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inspiration and a constant stimulus to

The

Can be all men

now in subordinate places.
The
eyes
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equipped

with To Supply the Family Milk them. He is looking eagerly every

various An eminent doctor says: minute of the day for evidences of the TYPEWRITER

type faces "Those buying milk by the quart, sold at a

industry, the loyalty, the broad knowl-
uniform price for all breeds, will get more
commercialvalue by purchasingJersey milk." edge of business and the sound judg-
Nobody attempts to deny the truth
ment that fit men to become business

the Corona
of this statement. Jersey milk is
executives.

Typewriter a richest in butter fat and the other

standard solids which make milk valuable.

maIf you keep one ora number of cows EFFECT OF THE WAR ON

chine in every for your own use, there is all the AMERICAN BUSINESS

particular—but it more reason why those

can be equipped cows should be Jerseys. HE business situation is be- with various type faces to meet Your Jersey cow not only

ginning to clear. In the the needs of different professionssupplies you with rich

early stages of the great Doctors and Druggists especially milk, but she keeps it up. One of the well known

conflict, the probable results find it invaluable. Jersey qualities is her

to American commerce and Other notable features of the Corona are persistency in milk. She industry could be seen only in dim visible writing, full width universal key is easily kept, she produces milk

outline. Now we have reached the board, back spacer, stencil cutting device, economically, while her beauty and gentleness single her out as em point where calm analysis is leading front stroke type bar, folding carriage and

aluminum frame. phatically the cow to supply milk business men to definite, clear-cut con No other standard typewriter is at once for the home.

clusions on which they will not hesi so light, inexpensive and portable. The A membership in this Club will

tate to act. Of course, the uncertain Corona weighs but 6 lbs., and when folded prove valuable to all Jersey owners. fortunes of war continue to be

occupies but a corner in a suitcase. We have no Jerseys to sell, but we

Booklet No. 93 will be sent anyone who writes will gladly supply you with con source of disturbance. But at least

CORONA TYPEWRITER CO., Inc., GROTON, N. Y. vincing Jersey facts. we have made the great gain of sub

New York Office, 141 West 42nd Street, at Broadway THE AMERICAN JERSEY CATTLE CLUB stituting clear thinking for either

Agencies in Principal Cities of the World 324 W.23d Street, New York City panicky alarm on one side or bom

bast on the other. In this emergency We've been

We'll please you or economics has suddenly become the pleasing

refund your people for

most practical and helpful of all the
sciences. The views of eminent econ-
omists have been eagerly sought for.
Professor Irving Fisher, of Yale, in

How Weak Eyes are an interview in the New York Times, Strengthened by Exercise DAVIS DELICACIES expresses the opinion that "the out Nearly all eye weaknesses are simple and

traceable to one reasonbreak of the war and the simultaneous When the eyes are affected by strain, nervous From Ocean, Farm and Orchard

exhaustion or other causes, the muscles of the opening of the Panama Canal will tend The best fish in the world are brought

eye become flabby, and the eyes do not focus to divert the course of trade from easily, if at all. into Gloucester. We get the first selection and

The

reason the muscles become flabby is deliver them to you fresh from the boats, in keep Europe to South America. ... New

because the circulation of blood is deficient. able packages, with the sea flavor retained.

If the normal circulation of blood can be York can largely take the place of The best vegetables in the world

restored by a simple, safe exercise, the eye are brought to our dock, after being packed, London as the world's exchange center

will regain its former strength and power. according to our standard, wliere they grow,

This fact is testified to by the greatest Profor Pan-American trade. This opporin order to assure proper freshness.

fessors of Ophthalmology in the world. The best fruits in the world are untunity is increased by the possibility in

For the past twenty years a simple exercise

has, in a quiet way, been giving thousands loaded at our wharf from Native Orchards, the South, the Pacific Coast and Across the Seas.

the new banking act for the establish independence from the wearing of eye glasses, No matter where you live, we guarantee

and restoring their eyesight. ment of branch banks abroad. With

These people have had some serious eye to bring to your door Nature's choicest prod. ucts from Ocean Farm and Orchard, packord these opportunities and the rise of troubles too, as is shown by their voluntary

letters to us, also from oculists who know the as they grow and packed to keep. interest in Europe, the United States history of their cases.

So if you wear glasses, no matter what your will change to a great degree from a

age—have weak, sore, strained or smarting We sell

Express
debtor to a creditor nation.”

eyes, let us tell you how the Ideal Eye Masseur DAVIS direct to free on

gives this necessary exercise, gently and safely, you never $3.00

over the closed lids for five minutes twice a through DELICACIES, orders east

No Sensational Boom

day. Also how you may try it free for 10 dealers of Kansas

Expected.

days before you decide to purchase. ROFESSOR EDWIN R. A.

Just ask for booklet No. 163K and full de

tails will be sent you by return mail. OUR SEA FOODS range from the Mack

SELIGMAN, of Columbia Unierel (fresh or salted), Codfish (fresh or salted),

THE IDEAL COMPANY Salmon, Lobsters, Crabs, Clams and Shrimp of

versity, writing in the
the New 134 West 65th Street

NEW YORK
our native waters, to the specialties of Italy,
France, Portugal and the North Sea Ports.
York Journal of Commerce, says:

Canadian Office: 275 College Street, Toronto, Ont. OUR FARM PRODUCTS include all the “So far as the immediate effects of

and inventive ability good things that grow in and near the ground,

should write for new special cures of bacon, dried meats, pork-and

Lists of Needed Inbeans and other New England goodies. OUR ORCHARD SPECIALTIES are gathered are concerned, the prospects are not ventions,” Patent Buyers and “How to Get Your Patent

and Your Money.'

Advice FREE RANDOLPH & from the selected crops of American and more very favorable as to cotton and per CO., Patent Attorneys, Dept. 75, Washington, D.C. Tropical Climes. All are of a quality rarely found even

haps a little less unfavorable as to in the best markets.

wheat and other food products. We We are glad to send, upon request, our descriptive price-list, telling of the

shall be sharing in the inevitable loss many specialties we handle and how best to enjoy them.

which is consequent on such a war. Book of Receipts is an au. thority. Fill out coupon

In industry, however, the situation
today and begin to
get your share of

promises to be different. . . . There is
every reason to believe that under

CORRECT ENGRAVING favorable conditions an immense im

and FINE STATIONERY The

making of Wedding and Social Invitations, Visitpetus will be given more particularly

ing Cards,and Stamped Paper is our special work, done

in our own shop. Samples and prices upon request. to the textile and the metal industries,

LYCETT, Society Stationer the influence of which will considera

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bly overbalance any possible loss from a fall in the price of our raw materials.” In the course of an able review of the situation written for the Alexander Hamilton Institute, Dean Joseph French Johnson, of New York University School of Commerce, sums up his conclusions as follows:

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capital already in our hands.
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quence to buy the luxuries he would ture is at the danger point.

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farmer scrimps and saves for a few Booklet "Health and Comfort" on request.

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HE vast sales of European-owned

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tals. It was impracticable to ship gold
for some weeks after the opening of
hostilities. Thereafter, owing to our
cumbersome banking system, it would
have been dangerous in the extreme to
send out of this country the great
quantities of gold-estimated at be-
tween $100,000,000 and $200,000,000—
that would have been necessary to ful-
fill to the letter the financial obliga-
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expectation that shipments of wheat
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American business men that the highly
exceptional circumstances of the war
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at the time of the Franco-Prussian
War, yet President Wilson considered
that to preserve the strictest neutrality,
it was better not to make the loan to
one of the belligerents. Consequently,
the loan was not made. The sale of
American securities in New York by
foreign owners, however, has prac-
tically amounted to the creation of a
forced loan the part of the
United States to European people.
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presumably be invested in French
rentes and English consols, and will
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goods to maintain the armies. This is
the only way we can pay for these
securities in the long run. This illus-
trates, also, how European trading and
capital are being spent for consump-
tion and diverted from constructive
use. The payment for American goods
by foreigners has been further facili-
tated by the deposits of the French
Government of $16,000,000 with Mor-
gan, Harjes & Company, of Paris,
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establishment of a branch of the Bank
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T IS unfortunate that the Federal
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organized before the outbreak of
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