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Tbey work like Kodaks.
Made on the Kodak System, which means: No
dark-room, simplicity, success for the beginner.
High-grade achromatic lenses, automatic shutters with iris diaphragm
stops, automatic focusing device, finders for both vertical and honzontal
exposures, two tripod sockets.
Use Eastman's Non-Curling Film Cartridges.
No. 2 Folding Brownie for 2^x3 % pictures, $5.00.
No. 3 " " for 3^x4% " 9.00.
At all Dealers.
EASTMAN KODAK CO.
Catalogue free at tht Rochester, N. Y.
AND PLEASURE WAIT
In this latest number of
THE "FOUR-TRACK SERIES" I
the pictures tell the story. There are only a few lines
of descriptive matter, and twenty-nine of the most exquisite
and int<=- _ l:ng half tones of charming scenes " where health
and pleasure wait."
This is one of the most beautiful pieces of advertising
ever sent out by a railroad company.
A copy of " WHERE HEALTH AND PLEASURE WAIT."
which is No. 2 of the New York Central's Foui-Track Series, will
be sent free post paid to any address on receipt ot a 2-cent stamp by
George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agent, Room 209, Gr_nd
Central Station, New York.
An ever varying panorama of giorious
scenery awaits the tourist on the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Waving wheat fields, prosperous homesteads, boundless cattle ranges,
and the most magnificent mountain scenery in the world, make the
entire journey one of interest and delight Two through trains,
perfectly equipp'ed with every luxury of modern travel, leave 5t. Paul
daily for Portland and the
LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION
THIS IS THE "COMFORTABLE WAY"
F13 out and send this coupon with 2 centa poataae for LU-iarraied
booklet, "A Camera Journey to the Lewij 6r Gark ELxpoorion,"
or "Side Lighu on Lake McDonald." Check the one you deure.
For rates and further particular; addre?
F. I. WHITNEY. Passenger TrafBc Manager.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
The Greatest Value the 1905 Market Affords
Note the distinctive appearance and graceful design of this car.
We guarantee it equai in appearance. design, quality of workmanship and materiai,
rnechanical features and construction to any $2500 car on tne rr.ar._e:.
Shaft drive with "Haynes" Sprocket and Roi^r Gear?no chain dirt ar.d
roise nor breaking imks?four tirr.es the strer.gth of beveied gears. The onJy
Rolier Bearing Motor in the world-wili develop 20 H. P. Cne piece Nickol
Sieel rear axle. Weldiess steei front a_xie. Cast Aluminum Seats. Roher
Bearings throughout. The very Desi Hand Buffed Leather and Curled Gray
Hair used in upiolstery. Eigr.teen coats of Paint and Varnish. Thre? speeds
ahead and reverse. Singie iever jontroi. Buil: bi an automoWle factory.
Compare these feat ires with the entire market?.hen buy wherever ,-" t-e
"Haynes" cars a;e the result of 12 years e-.perier.ee in motor car : " "
cat-ioaM. THlL. H_\YNES-.Apperson CO.
NM York RoKomo Ind Chicago
1715 Broadway ?*S??_V* ?**?