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AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR Cured by Lydia E. Pink- ham'sVegetable Compound Milwaukee, Wis. — \Lydia E. rink - m's Vegetable Compound has made, me a well woman. and I Would like to tell the whole world of it. I suffered fromfemaletrouble and fearful pains in my back. I had the best doctors and they all decided that I bad a tumor in addition to my female trouble, and advised an opera- tion. Lydia E. m's Vegetable Compound made Me a well woman and I have no more backache. I hope I can help others by telling them what Lydia E. PinkhaM'S Vegetable Compound has done for IMe.\ — MR& EsistA Leal, 833First St., ielwankee, Wis. The above is only one of the thou- sands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the Pinkhain /Wide° ConaWny of IQ, iftwelqefttirtateS etafe . ItAWodA Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from roots and herbs, actually does cure these obstinate dis- eases of women after ell other means have failed, and that every such suf- ering woman owes it to herself to at least give Lydia E. Pinkham'e Vegeta- ble Compound a trial before submit- ting to an operation, or giving up hope of recovery. Sirs. Pinkhani, of Lynn, Maas, Invites all sick women to wriUs her for advice. She has guided thousands to health and her advice Is free. Net His Fault. \I refuse to accept these photo- graphs.' said an irate woman to a photographer; \my husband looks like baboon!\ \I can't help it, madam,\ replied the photographer; \you chose him, I Eldn't.\ WOMEN'S ILLS. Many women who suffer with back- eche, bearing -down pain, headaches and nervousness do not know that prise ailments are u b s l ually due to with the kidneys. Doan' s Kidney Pills re- move the cause. Mrs. Joseph Cross, Church St., Morrilton, A r k . , says: \For weeks I was bent double by pain in my back and the kidney se. cretions were pro- fuse. My feet and ankles were badly swollen and I had peadaches and dizzy spells. Six doc- tors treated me without relief and I finally began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me.\ Remember the name—Doan's. For safe by all dealers. 60 cents • box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A Dirge. Ethe laid the still white form beside those which had gone before; no sob, no sigh forced its way from her heart, /throbbing as though it would burst. Suddenly a cry broke the stillness of the place—one single heart -breaking phriek; then silence; another cry; !more silence; then all silent but for la guttural murmur, which seemed to lwell up from her very soul. She left he place. She would lay another egg tomorrow.—Princeton Tiger. Limit le Woman's Suffrage. Women have obtained the right to vote in Krain, a province of Austria. They will be allowed to east their ballots in person and not by proxy. There is. however, one limitation im- posed on them. A special time of the ay has been allotted to them for the exercise of this right. Not Exactly What She Meant, She—We've bin very busy at the mothers' meetin' gettin' ready for the sale of work. He—Oh! I -'opes it will be a success. She—Yes,1 think ii0; yet see the Meal. is goin' to take most of our clothes off of us.--Tatler. • Desire. for Information. \Mrs. Gaddington wants to know all all about everybody's business.\ \Yes replied Miss Cayezme. \She regards matrimony as a failure be-. pause she didn't marry a celesta eater.\ HARD ON CHILDREN. When Teacher Has Coffee Habit. - Best is best, and best will ever live.\ When a person feels this way about I'ostum they are glad to give testimony fer the benefit of other., A school - timelier down in Miss. says: \I had been a coffee drinker since my childhood, and the last felt years It had injured me seriously. \One cup of \coffee taken it break- fast would cause me to become eo nervous that I could scarcely go through with the day's duties, and this nervousness was often accom- panied by deep depression of spirits and heart palpitation. \I am a teacher by profession, and When under the influence of coffee had to straggle against crossness when in the school room. \When talking this over with MY physician, he.suggested that I try Postum, so! jeirchased a package and made it carefully according to direc- tions; found it excellent of flavor,,and nourishieg. \In a abort time I noticed very grate fyirig effects. My nervousness disap- peared, I was, net - irritated by my Pu - pils, life seemed fell of sunshine, and my heart troubled me no longer. \I attribute my ffitinge In health and spirits to Postum alone.\ Read the little book, \The Road to Wellville,\ in pkgs. \There's a Reason.\ Ever *tad tar above letterer A new awe aopolkre front thee to ttme. They are aseregget, trim, sad toll wit human 'i.e...,, NEVER SAW FIANCEE Servian Crown Prince to Wed Turkish Sultan's Daughter. Union Between the Royal Houses At. ranged—Young Man Was Reported Having Designs on an Amer - lean Heiress. Belgrade. — In the announcement which has just been made of the en- gagement between the crown prince of Servia and Princess Schatila Sultana, fourth daughter of ex -Sultan Abdul Hailed of Turkey, no one can and a signification of the impending union of two loving hearts, or anything ap- proaching the romantic. These two young persons, who are one day to be man and wife, have never even seen each other, the prospective bride be- ing a Turkish lady of high degree, who IS seen by no one outside her own household until her wedding day. The affair is fixed up by the father and uncle of the principal parties to it during the visit of King Peter of -Servia to the Belem of Tutkey and real significance is found in the fact that ,by Allowing his niece to become the wife Of the future king of Servia the ruttier acknuwt.tffgvi the Ka vitch' family to be ef equal rank with his own. This family of lengthy and cacophonous nomenclature has had e . 111•2,2•s room growth, for only as far back at Crown Prince George. 1604 the founder of the dynasty was a swineherd. Servia was asart of the Turkish empire originally, but about that time it rose and the swineherd it was who won ledependence- for his kingdom, and waa set upon the throne ss its first king. The crown prince of Servia, as is probably known, is the second son of the present king of Berets, the eldest Princess Schmitt' Sultana, son having been forced by his father' to renounce his claim to the throne owing to his wild and dissipated life. Prince Alexander is • much quieter youth, though one wonders rather what his opinion Is on the subject of his unseen bride. Her veiled picture seems to show that she is an extreme- ly beautiful girl. The report was spread in the United States severe] months ago that the crown prince and his brother intended to visit that country this summer and would try to win the hand of some wealthy American girl, who would ex- change her millions for the title of Queen of Servla. It was said that a special envoy hat gone to Washington to arrange for Prince George's introduction to a Chi- cago hell -age who has several millions at her command and will have more In the event of the death of her mother. This has been emphaticsly denied and the announcement has been made that the man Who daft:tied to be the royal mktthmkker'is not even kriowti to the crown prince. A Disagreeable Pose. In these days of hyperculture it has become a pose --mainly among grim girl graduates from the most austere temples of learning—to dislike chil- dren, and babies In particular. • To the young mother. Who adores the 'most perfect of all triffulte to the point of thrusting it before the notice of her old chums, this indifference is the unpardonable stn. To the fond father, who fairly wor- ships before his., baby's shrine, their unbending attitude seems almost a crime. A certain concealment of this unnat uraLaversien,to Infant humanity were the more Womanly part, to say the least. A modicum of toleration toward newcomers into a cold and cruel world Is demanded by th4( 'Mot educated.\ If the Maternal instinct be not preei suit in the \overeducated let some semblance of Christian shanty creep in to take its place. Plan to Seek Treasure. An appeal is being made in Johan. nesburg to !Mance a treasure -hunting expedition. The treasure Is the sup- posed hoard of old Chief Sekeltunl, who is believed to have buried it In s is certain cave in 1879. The story goes that the treasur consists of two big -skins full of sovereigns and a pot filled with diamonds. Details connect!, ed with the burying of the hoard have been obtained ftom dn old native, and funds are -being astked for in order te finance the expedition. . . aspirations for higher things, but MINEttil H EA RST. cross your more primitive instinct Instead of being harmonious wi Publishers' Attitsula le-.111na Lockout them, as In the csae-utleunan squat - s• Hieeetersegeo l eemeregasaceseosseestaie : eel* , ~ger. w J.. ....,.........tvenr.foraf The - high priestess of the newest \lent\ to attract public attention thinks a law 'Of attraction and repul- sion is merely one of smelling. \So many women,\ she observed while expounding her novel theory% \are puitzled because, while they like certain men when they are around, they forget all about them when they are away. Others, on the other hand, will say, 'When I'm with him he ex ; asperates me, but when I am away I care for him.' These are cases where mental and personal attraction are not properly balanced. The real test of attraleon.\ she added solemnly. 'is smelt\ \But clean people don't smell.\ ob. lected the Interviewer. \Butte. — Resolutions condemning the attitude of William Randolph Hearst with reference to his Black Hills mining properties, in lock- ing out union men, have been passed them and thereby gives indisputable tutions say: \Whereas Wm. Randolph Hearst, proprietor of the. San Francisco Ex- aminer and other publications, has re- cently given working, and particularly union men, to understand that he hes no feeling whatever in common with ready to betray and crush those whom proof to the world that he is now his constitutents. and, whereas, the he formerly was proud to boast of as his constitients, and, whereas, the managers of Hearst's mines in South Dakota have issued an ultimatum to organized labor, we hereby brand him as a'political faker and moente- bank, and inasmuch as the San Fran- cisco Examiner is the mouthpiece of this faker, we earnestly urge all mem- bers of organized labor to see that it does not reach their friends.\ TO BEGIN ON CUT-OFF. Forms Connection letween Burling. ton and Great - Northern. Sittings. — Work on the Scribner- Fromberg cut-off of the Burli_gton will be started as soon as the con- tract is let. This matter has been de- layed for a few days pending the re- ception of additional bids. This cut- off will form the connecting link be- tween the Wyoming main line from Denver and that of Ur: Great North- ern. With the completion of the new line, which will be reeds for use be- fore the end of the present year, that portion of the Toluca-Cody line be- tween Toluca and Scribner will be torn up and all traffic to Central Wyoming will be by way of Fromberg from Montana. When this hes been accomplished all persons going to Wyoming from, any point in Montana, or even from the extreme northern part of Wyoming, will Se compelled to pass through Billings. A party of. Burlington officials are now inspect- ing the proposed route to the Big Horn basin. FAILS TO GET DIVORCE. Fights 11 Years to Be Rid of Wife, But is Still Paying Alimony. Butte.—After fighting in the courts fdr 11 years to be rid of his wife and evade paying her $100 a month ali- mony, John Bordeaux, wealthy capital- ist here, finds himself in the same po- sition as when he began suit against his wife Ella in 1899. After the jury failed to agree Judge Smith of Helena took the case under advisement and abruptly dismissed it. Both sides will appeal to the supreme lourt. Bordeaux was granted a divorce in the first trial, but the supreme court reversed the judgment and remanded the case for retrial. After the case had come before it half a dozen times on various motions, Bordeaux based his suit on alleged infidelity, his charges causing a sensa- tion in Butte's society. Pending disposition of the case Mrs. Bordeaux secured an order allowing her $100 per month for support, which she has been receiving all this time. Smuggled Opium Seized. St. Louis, Mo. — Eighty-five tins of opium, valued at 0,000 and be - !Weed to hltve been smuggled into this /country, were seized by United States government agents in a Chinese gro- cery on a search warrant SELLS 13,000 -ACRE RANCH. Montana Land Deal involving Con- sideration of $90,000. Helena.— The Rock Creek ranch, belonging to Dan Flowerree, the pio- neer cattleman of this City, was sold by him to J. 'H. Burke, of Hogan, and C. B. Power, of this city. Tile con- sideration wasJ00,000. This deal is the largest made in this county in recent months. The ranch contains 13,00(f acres. All the buildings and equipmeet went with the property, but nona of the stock Madrix Is Winning. Washington, May 27.—Madriz' forces have completely surrounded the city of Bluettelds„,i the last stronghold of the Estrada fitetion Ir Nicaragua, ac- cording to a cablegram received at tee navy dertartinentelteday from Captain Gilmore orthe,UnIted States gunboat Paducah. Injured by Aesomisbats. Columbus. Ohio., way 27.—Miss Lit- tler Wright and Miss Flossie Herman .wer0 Instantly killed todey at Logan iv their automebile turriffer turtle. ' 5overs1 others are reported to hue* saveireir Woad- -- - - - • 'SUICIDE, FEARED ARREST. Name of Wilson Cleared and His Body rotund After Year's Search. Butte.—Remarkable is the story of a suieide that comes from Standford, in the southern part of Montana, solv- ing the disappearance of Thomas Wil- son, a respected citizen, who had been missing since last July. Hes body has been found, after untiriug efforts by his friends to locate him and apprise him that he had been exonerated of all blame in connection with the death of Thomas Geer, Who dropped dying to the ground following a light slap given him by Wilson on his face. Wilsou, in passing Geer's place, found him intoxicated and abusing his children. He remonstrated with Geer and the latter attacked him. When Wilson, according to -witnesses, struck him with his open Qat!. Geer expired at his feet. Wilson, fearing he would be prose cutest for murder, and that the facts would never be known, tied and ap- parently killed himself when he reach- ed a clump of brush in the hid An autopsy disclosed that r died of a weak heart and acute alcoholism, the excitement bringing on the hail attack. X • s Your Mind a Triangle or Circle? MEW YORK.—Is your mind a trl• II angle, a double triangle, a square, a circle, or a key to the If you don't know the answer, only Mrs. Adele Marie Rique can tell you, for the tall,Bad stately person who an- swers to tiler Vire Genic cognomen— pronounced in two syllables, like an American drink—is the counselor Ind speculator of the latest thing 'In cults •or occults—the Temple of Unlyereal 'Preelons. If you are a triangle You think only of three things—food, clothing and shelter. If a double triangle you have \Every human being bin not onlj a personal smell but alert .should se lect an individual perfume, an indIvid 'us! color and au Individual flower. \Certain people should requir4 cee lain colors.\ continued the odorologist, earnestly, \and you cannot bring -about certain moods in yourself cm drive' others away by changing youi gown to one of another shade.\ . \Oh yed they do,\ affirmed tha,ex• peasant of odorology. \Each individ- ual has a Arsenal odor which Is strongest In moments of great hap pineas or great anger. \I suppose you know,\ added Mrs. Rique carelessly, \that women's rash ions, If you admire them properly, prophesy events. For Instance when I Ow the shop windows full of plaids in 1896 I said: 'Plaids mean war This country is going to have, a war.' \My friends laughed at me. 'The TURN ON unueelnites win never have snout er war,' they said. \ 'We shall see,' I answered. 'Ro man plaids mean war, and from the Wassagifelriplifekr•-4. stiOlthi say our war would be With\ Spain.' \Then there -was the woman's -craze for purple. Purple means power and penance. It stood for the power of the monopolies and the penance Roosevelt would make them do.\ \Well what do the 'Chantecler' halt propose?\ was askisd. \Aeroplanes of course,\ exclaimed Mr. Risme. triumphantly. \The cern- •plete triumph of aerooafflics. \And the big hats women are wear Mg now mean burden\ mean drudg- ery, mean suffrage, 'elf -support. all the things they are ciamorlog for. Oh, yt 1, all those things are coming. Whether' or not we like them when we get them is another atom\ Burglar Has Claws, Fur and Four Legs • 'JEW YORK.--Whea Ellis HarLaight II watchman, heard an awful racket upstairs, in the lead pipe storehome at 451 'West One Hundred anti Twenty- fifth Meet, just before daylight Mk cently, he was scared badly. There was clashing of metal, thumping, scratching and holloaing, and, with great presence of mligel. Hart realised that it would be silly to go up to the third floor all alone and try to make so many and such bold ruffians go sway. • Anyone who could heave heavy lengths of lead pipe around that ilfay was • match for the regular police, man to man, Hart wam sure, and be sloes he counted the distinct and sep- arate footsteps of at least a dozen of the strapping fellows Warily he tip- toed to the telephone in the office and stealthily he called up the nearest notice station. \Burglars!' he whispered to Lieu tenant Miller. \Plenty of them. Send around the reserves and a wagon or two.\ \What do they look like\ asked Lieutenant Miller. guardedly. \Come around and see for yourself.\ Insisted Hart Lieutenant MiHer went into the re serve room and woke up everybody be could and. ' Leaving one policeman to guard the station house fixtures. everyone else sprinted up the street There were 35 In the race. Lieuten- ant Miller sent some Inside of the pipe storehouse and some over the roofs to shut off escape, and some around on Manhattan street to catch anything that might try to break out by the rear. There was that terrible notes still going on ng the third floor and the cordon of police closed in. One brave policeman listened at the very door. A howling and scuffling greeted his ears. \Jump In. boys!\ cried Lieutenant Miller. There was a concerted rush into the room, where evidently some spirited drama was being enacted. The police crowded In, then stopped, ted by astonishment. There were criminal and victim. The criminal, caught in the act, was a large black cat of ferocious appear- ance The victim was a hysterical canary bird, which had screamed for help until It had a sore throat. The, two were separated by the brass wires of a bird cage. Trials of the Gotham Crossing \Cop' NEW YORK.—\If it wasn't for -the L ll rougher sex,\ says Big BIB, the traffic cop at the corner, \me HMV be a dream, no less. Sure, 1 010110 wimmen. The felly that named thins the gentler sex, I guess, lived on a desert island. There'couldn't ha' been' none of 'em near.\ He was doing his dervish dance In the middle of the street. On one side reared the big freight 'tam loaded down with bales and \barrels. The fast newspaper delivery machines shot by now and then with a scream that demanded a right of way. 'Hard -beaded horses fought with their drivers as to whether they should or should not turn at the cor- ner, Big Bill, meanwhile, apparently missing death a dozen times over. Taxicabs booted. but mildly, for it Ise known of all chauffeurs that traffic po- licemen, 'bate the taxi-chauflng breed. Big private autos charged at him top speed and stopped- miraculously In half their length at the wave of his white -gloved hand From four direc- tions at once heavy-footed teams drag- ging enormous loads of freight thumped ponderously his way. A mere incident of his job was the clanging of bells by frantic motor- men. anxious to keep the double cat line clear. And all the time Big Bill, cap thrust on the back of his head, in defiance of regulations, turned this *ay and that, waved his hands singly, doubly, alternately, whistled now and then through the tube that depended from his lips—was a competent mas- ter of the situation. At the Broadway curb a dominating woman stood and gesticulated at him savagely. \Come on acrost,\ said Big Bill, through the roar. \I'll see you troo.\ She shook her head angrily anc, crooked her forefinger at him with the effect of an archangel catching a seraph In the sugar barrel. Bill held up the traffic four ways with a wave of his hand. For a moment there was an oasis of sweet peace on Broadway On the four corners drivers and chauffeurs and motormen cursed viciously, as they set the screeching brakes. Bill got the lady's elbow. \Why didn't you come before?\ she demanded, g ely \I went to know —is this, Broadway\ Dobbin \Falls Off the Water Wagon\ BEST HIC TIME - 1— E vrFc HAD - WHEE. r• —) C IICA00.—It is very seldom tha old Dobbin \fails off the wagon.\ but this is exactly what happened to a horse belonging to William Britten. on North Clark street. Britten, an expressman, was delivering a cask 0! wine to the North Side Turner hall. 823 North Clark street, when It slipped from the truck and, striking against the curb, broke open on tbe sidewalk. Dobbin smelled of the en- chanting liquid as it trickled into the gutter and his soul thirsted for great things. Leisurely he drank while 'Britten was Inside the building \ex- plaining,\ and having suddenly be- come endowed with aglIty In his old age, started on a jemeney down the street. 'le leered at the passing vehicles with drueken disdain and virtually blocked all traffic as ite,\topa to- the street from curb to atria. One ear 711 \-.5. - M.. other e - - !drooped, and no circus horse ever was guilty of the fancy steps which Bob- bin executed on Clark street Pedestrians stopped in amazement, and those who had seen the wine and knew the cause of Bobbin's hilarity gathered in a crowd to encourage and applaud. A policeman took Dobbin in tow and straightened him out as beet he could until Britten was summoned Dobbin could not be annoyed by any more work and Britten was compelled to lead his steed slowly and painfully home, rhe aforesaid Dobbin was sorry the next morning Giving In. The man who gives In when he is wrong Is wise: tile man who gives In when he is right Is generally znsrried. —Life. 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Daniel had been cast into the lions' den. \My main objection,\ he said, as he playfully tweaked a Hods mane, \is that I get no moving -picture royal- ties—Puck. Important to Mother* Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of is4;e4' In Use For Over 30 Voris The Kind You Have Always Bought. Some men put oh hotel airs on a boarding house salary. FOM SIKVIRISTV YEARS int o . t ho record of PoINAglleo Prtry r. A re- liable remedy for diarrhea. dr eermory end ail bowel emegialale. lint genuine, . 5, surd SW - The success of a scheme depends largely upon the man behind It. CAMINO OSUMI MAW. and 1111,111•411.• WM, !I/Moll. V C:SS\'i Ii PX114 I :s l i r \ 1111 1 11 i ;e r . '' The man who bets on the wrong horse is apt to have a race prejudice. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Sot eallilrre teething, erollorn• lb., 'Mar, reduee• In. lieww..Uon I la y ro pal W. 4. !WI W !DJ wile. 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The New Perfection stove has • Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot, chbp shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It ties long turquoise -blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attractive and invites clean - limas. Made with I, 3 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3 -burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. 4.1er ererywhore; If not at TOM, IRMO rallr 1/..errIplire Circular to the Deanne agency of We Continental Oil Company (incorporated) =we ' 7