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) mxrili! to tl ol Cong""'
pan oftitt ! KkS Mill, M lral II
We have A few of Irl Hicks' si-
tnanstcs which we will give to ny
pointing out thnt in nil cases in
whiih production 1 on Urge scale
in this country the domestic supply
iin.1 ck-raaml ahr)!utcty regulate the
price in the home market, nd thnt
in all such cases fore'iRti producer
who neck an American market for
their Roods are compelled to psy the
tariff tax when there is one. The
tree trade contention that the tariff
it alwayt a tax on the consumer is
untenable, and our experience with
IVORY ANO MEF.RCHAUM,
Taw Nstlv Born Americans Engags
," "iks trade of the carver tit lnnt.
Ivory, mecracliaum and Ilka materials
fcss nerer fully recovered from th.
hlow It rccWred In t!ie hard times 1J
Rhinlng in 18S3. Tlicrs wore at that1
time protally mors than 200 auch car
aers working In the city. Many ofj
them were driven rfnl of the traito Into!
Mher and crtnlor Unci of carving, and
only a few of those ho tints chanaMi
coal ia demonstrating the Ctct. as ad. ' their medium hare been able to find
mittcd by the free trade advocate
above quoted. The effect would
Judge V. W. Graves, who was
rulied as special judge in the case
of Senators Farris and Smith, upon
the proper showing, put the cases
over until August.
iew Mihscriher who payi one year be the tame on nine-tenths of the
in advarce or to anv old suWriher item upon which a protective tariff
, who will pay p one or more year'
Mibscription. There isn't many of
them, but they are good and give
a uplendid forecast of the weather.
The purchase of the Danish West
India Iilands is off. The time for
completing the bargain has expired
and will probably not be renewed
There are 50,114 pensioners in
the state of Missouri who received
$6,835,330 during the past year.
Kansa has 39.074, ind received
$3,445. 43 during the year.
A comparison of the weather pre
dictions made by DeVoe and Hicks
show a remarkable similarity, for
the month of August. According
to these Professots August will not
he a drv month, but rather favor
able to all crops.
The following is the government
formula for hog cholera medicine
Many who have tried think it a good
remedy. Try it- "One part wood
charcoal, one part sulphur, two
parts sodium chloride (salt), two
parts sodium bicarbonate fsoaaj
two parts sodium hyposulphite, one
part sodium sulphate, one part anti
nonv sulphite. Pulverize and mix
thoroughly. Dose, one tablespoon
ful for each 200 pounds weight of
hog once a day."
KEW KATlKALIZATtOS LAW.
July 29, Gov. Dockery received
the following communication from
the department of state at Washing
ton, D. C. :
"I have the honor to call your at
tention to the enclosed copy of the
actof Congress approved March 3
".To tegulate the immigration of
aliens into the United States, the
thirty-ninth section of which, taking
effect July 6, 1903, provides that in
order to render a court judgment of
naturalization valid, the court
record mut show that the person
naturalized is not opposed to all or
ganized government nor affiliated
with any organization so opposed
that he does not advocate the un
lawful assaulting or killing of offi
cers of government, and has not
violated any of the provisions of the
said act to regulate the immigration
of aliens and has always complied
with the terms of previous acts on
the subject of naturalization. The
act requires also that every certifi
cate of naturalization shall specific
ally recite that thesequirements of
the above act and previous acts have
been complied with or be null and
You are requested to bring to the
attention of the courts of Missouri
having power to naturalize aliens
the above provisions of law now in
force on the subject of the naturali
zation of aliens.
I have the honor to be your obe
(Signed) F. B. Loom-.s,
It is recorded of Cornelius Van
.leit.il that before he died he said
to a friend: "I don't see what good
it does me all this money that you
say is nine. I can't est it; I can't
spend it; in fact, I never saw it and
never had it in my hands for one
moment. I dress no better than my
private secretary and cannot eat as
much as my coachman. 1 live in
a big Ktivants boarding house, am
bothered 10 death by beggers, have
dyspepsia, cannot drink champagne,
and most of my money is in the
hands of others, who use it mainl)
for their ov.n benefit."
nrr x-r or rKKJt coal.
Less than a year ago Senator Vest
of Missouri, got himself a great
name by advocating taking off the
Mariff of 67 cents per ton on coal and
thus deal a body blow to the coal
trust. The Kepublican congress
took the senator at his word and re
moved the tariff duty from coal.
Coal was then selling in Kich Hill
at o. cents per bushel, and it is now
belling at the same pric. A free
tiade Democrat whose attention
was called to this fact a few days
ago, said it wouldn't make any dif-
lcience in the pike of coal here il
the tariff was $45.00 per ton.
This frank admission that the
tsrilf jnade no difference in the
iirice, was amply justified by the
ripetieiic ut eveiy observing man
in this mining district. However
this free trader hat most illustrious
f (Mimanv in his estimate as to the
effect of the tariff on pi ices. No les
a pel son than Geo. Fred Williams,
a leading fire trader of Massachu
setts, has been obliged to confess
that the suspension of the tariff on
coal. has afforded no relict to the
"The piite. he says, 'is now j
icjuUted by4ie failure of our home
supply, and if the duty of 67 cents
a long ton on this coal Le suspended
during the peiiod of high prices it
is pciUuly appatent that the pi ice
of i ujI to the consumer in the United
Statu will n't be leduccd by a sin.
y!e penii), because the coal will sell
! tne same J'ltce in this maiket
wl til irtbe duly is paid or not.
The only n'"-uil will be t lake fioin
the I'.xi.d Slates ticasuiy 17 CCliU
oil ewi ' Ion "' 'l to the
le.i.i) tti'iiiiniui piclit of the Cana
ii .111 I'Lnluier."
TO DCrElT UOVI'EIU.
Led by mide workers and the
'longshoremen, labor unions are re
ported to have formed a combina
tion to prevent the re-election of
Samuel Gompers as president ol
the American federation of labor,
which he has guided successfully
for twenty-one years.
During the next few weeks Chi
cago will be the Mecca for leaders
fighting the present leader. James
Duncan, secretary of the granite
cuttrrs, will be asked to take the
field against him.
Friends of Gompers say Presi
dent John Mitchell is opposed to
him. President D. J. Keefe of the
'longshoremen is also mentioned as
an adversary. The mineworkers,
ironworkers and longshoremen have
rallied to their support the brewery
workers, with 36,000 men? the car
penters, with more than 140,000,
and the bottle blowers, with 10,000.
The const 1 vative policy of Gompers
is said to have made enemies for
Labor leaders refused to discuss
the move against Gompers, but ac
knowledged they had heard of it.
The conferences next week will oc
cur as soon as the labor leaders sup
porting the move reach Chicago. It
is probable thcys will attempt to
maintain seciecy, but will make ar.
rangements to conduct a systematic
ork of tha old kind. Only a very;
small par ot tho who do irh carv-.
Inf belong to the elaas of true artlst
In Ivory, bone and tneemchaum. Ofj
nurh htfihly aklllel carvers the whole
Bitrober could ppoiatiy re couniea on.
the fingers of the two hands. TheJ
business grows very slowly. There are!
few native Amerieana who liavo vaas
tered the craft. Possibly a atngle em
f loving carver, a native American c:
German parentage, Is the only one no'
engaged la the art Only two aklUed.
Japanese crver are empioyea in imn.
tlty. and no Chinese carvers navij
come to town. Most of those engage
in the art are Germans, though & fcsH
Frenchmen have worked here. Th
German-American referred to thinks
that most Americans lack the patlenc
to become skilled carTers. Tho Amcr-,
Joan haste Is antagonistic to the attl
tude of mind that the successful car-j
Tcr must maintain.
German carvers of taste and kill;
could earn much higher pay here than'
at home, and If more should some over
they would find permanent employ.'
ment, but they are not attracted xr.
conditions here. On the whole, they,
ean live more cheaply In Germany than
than here, and amid more congenlatt
aurroundlnes. Another consideration
,. Heten th skilled canrera from
coming to New York Is the mmora
they hoar of disagreements betweear
employers and employed, strikes and
trammeling onion rules. They have a
notion that trades union conditions!
here are auch as to disturb the aeren-j
tty of the artist. As a matter of fact,;
the artistic carver would probably b
litUe disturbed by the wars of employ-)
er and employed, but Ihe news that
reaches Germany on thla subject Is
Chinese carvers of real artistic skill,
would be Tery welcome here, but the
difficulties presented by the Chinese.
exclusion law help to keep them at
home, for there might be some trouble;
n having such Immigrants admitted'
as artists. Then, too, tne cniuese esju
rd carvers are a contented body ot,
men. earning good pay for China, anU,
. rtovlni some social consideration.)
Few or them now have the skill of th
rarlier Chinese carvers, and many doj
only the crudest work.
The skilled carver In this city usual
ly makes his own tools, forges them Ii
the workshop, tempers, grinds and pol
ishes them ready for uoe. The Japan
ese carvers use much the same tools,
and almost exactly the same methods
as the Germans who work beside them.
The pay of tho cklllod carver is excel
lentfrom $3 to 10 a day, according
to the character of the work and the
ability of the cat vi r to impress his
worth upon his employer. There are
unions of the artistic carvers, but the
ablest of them have no need of union
aid In maintaining their rights. New
VvTl&Rt IS THt'WOftL.1) GOINtjr
,tronoinra Co to Chlls In Search f
th Earth's Destination.
An Importance ihl'-h relatively few5
srnon are avurs of atttuhrs to en
UpedHInn whb'h 'has lut B"n t'
rtille fnm the l.lck observatory ia
ralirornls. Its oblert Is to find out
whither we are all bound.
Nver) body bsa'heard that the solif
lyatcra Is (lying swiftly toward tbe
Sorth. It Is a planning fllRht thut car
ties us more that 43,0oi mile straight
through the ether every hour ot the
jay and nlfht, . It Is a motion that
kaa nothing to do with the earth's
innusl revolution about tbe aim, ej
rept as It prevrnta that revolution
from carrying the enrth bark turn an!
turn to the same, apot In spsce.
In truth, we never get back to th
same pl ice. Every new year conies It)
ith the rlohe at a ioint more thso
J00.000.0O0 miles nearer to a very
northern star, named Vega, thnn It
was a year earlier. .As far as the evi
dence now In hsnd goea the flight ot
the sun toward the north Is as straight
as that of an arrow, but the path de
scribed by the earth, since It Is com
pelled all the while to circle rouud and
round the flying sun. Is as a greit
And thus we aweep onward, moTlng
continually Into new regions, running
through whst perils nobody can guess
perhaps none at all and Impelled by
a force aa mysterious as thit which
drew the unfortunate ship in the AraV
ian Nights to be wrecked on the moun
tain of Adamant.
It Is this strange voyage cf the sua
and Its worlds through the unexplorei
ocean ot lronensity thatt the Callforn
l.in astronomers have gons to South
America to Investigate.'
Now. the precise object of the ex-
wdition to Chile ts to examine the
flight of the Southern stars from which
we are flying sway. They have bee a
much less studied than have the North'
em stars, to which we are ifrawing
nearer. It U aa it the people on tbe
bow of a ship, after watching for a
long time the effects of their approach
to objects ahead, should visit the stern
In order to note the recession of ob
ieets behind. Through a combination
of such observations the speed and dl
rertion of the ship's motion could b
But there are many other absorbing
ly Interesting questions relating to the
organisation of the universe, and our
place and rank to it. which will be
brought nearer to solution by the suc
cess of the exploration ot the South
ern heavens, now beginning. Collier'
fX.niuI American Beauty Corsets
GIVEN AWAY AHSOMiTKI.Y FHKK.
Wt'liuve Just oini'lt ti ll nrriintivmcntM with th Kiiliininmo
Cornet Co., tin' maker of Hit celclirnteti l (', 11 ml American liemity
Corcl to nlvc nvt ny tin' nlov number of cornet free of rli.it'Ke.
Our uiiiiNtittl offer, which I very caxy to uixlci'Mand mid it m
t'imy for ,vou to iiccoiui'IImIi, In on follow a: To every holy who will
liiiiitf to our Cornet leiiirtiiH'nt uirchaNer for one K. C. or Aini-n-
enn llenutv Cornet nt tin1 regular retail prUv of f t.(M), we will rv
Hctit 11 comet, ot I ho wamo make In anv My lit or color, nliNolntcty free
of churuc Ttie cornet nlven you In tin1 row tin I for your serviced In
tii'lpliiK linlnlfoiliiee tli',no cornet n to the holy whom j-mt bilt with
you for we know that hIio will tn mi well plenneil (hat ulie v 111 come
back for aunt her comet ot the name kind when tlio llmt pair ban
worn out. Thin In 11 bonliMx offer iiimlu to Introduce tliew goods
mul will positively nor do rvcutcd.
RAIbROAOS THAT DISAPPEAR.
t. C. STYLE 4
Kstemtrs C "! Cs. So! MsStr
F. C. STALE 266
nrn vniiiT iio.nt litidn.K
Made of fine iiuallty linen
IIiiImIi liatinte In white, pink
mul blue. A very hiindnoiim
well inaile little K'irni-"t
(lexliMictl for ini'illiiiu
fleinler llituren. Trli
at too mid tiottom
wide lace aud ribbon. Si?.ea
THE F. C. STYLE 49.
ritENCH Ml APE.
Made of fine titinllty I"nlliU coulll
In white mid drnb; tlnd fine Batii'ti in
Muck. Medium length of wnlwt mid
cut nwny over the hips. SinRlo utrlp
tiouliiir mul trimmed with ince and
Ik'Ik-riblxiti nt top mul bottom. As
illustrated herewith Igtl.OO
Banner Riding Allcctmcnl
Too wsr.t ts p'.ow hard pieur.l,
Yoa want t3 isvs your h-rros.
Yea want aVcy todosmn'swork
You want to rlAs yeur wslXlBg
tls. Utr cr ram.
Tale m ol Hirw l one sift lea.
11 Is fn,-4nlrrd In tl' Ol I''S !( SilJI
UIS t iluw on llm ' krl, niak y. iit IS
tntf .li.W IHH lrilifr, mill il ! llln
ball mini! ulkj.
Him riaitD av
The Coffey. ilia lmp.&Mfj. Co
COrr.lII I K, KANSAS. .
Gcnch Bros . Rich Hill.
"", ,,,ul r 'SSpf
:-rli..medA 4v ffr&i
r. C. STYLC tit
tUUmaise CtnU C. Ssls sttlsr
A M'vl'-n Bnll Line, Trsveralrt lbs
State n.l Trrriuines Ot
JtXAS AHO THJ
R4iiwJ ra'.e to t!!wt sit lk rar to
Til Fr!'-- Si -lro o.TftiiA 1-1? vr' tnul 16
Heciru-lii'tiK-Uiijii.-. AO t.. acU u.if
ufi.V r n u..il inl tir'r.
We will tn lad to have you i all t our cornet departuK'nt mid
lenm yioro nliotit our irtpofltloii w hetlicr you desire to .tnke ud-
vnntase ot same or not.
S. L. AMES, Proprietor.
HOW UKRM4N WOMKMCM IJTK.
A Hetlin politician asked a Sile
sian factory hand, earning the ever,
age wage, to keep a book cf his in
come and expenditure during one
whole year. Here are the figures
that will be laid btlore the
Regular income. fioO.oz ; npen
Among the annual expenditures
were the following: $jS,25 (or
bread, $5 for potato, $(5 for
meat, $17.25 for coffee, chicory,
sugar slid tea.
All told, (be family, comitting of
man, woman sod three children,
used I'll I.57 for food and drink in
an entiie year. The expenditure
for meat was little over cents
pes day per head. Vet, despite
rKtirine carefulness the family be
Km 11 ihe new yeur with deficit ol
A Queer Deck of Cards,
A member of New York's sporting
fraternity has probably tho queerest
deck of cards In the worM. It took
him 20 years to collect the pack and
he Is excee!lnply proud, of It, Ho be
gan by picking up playing cards In the
rtreot whenever ho happened to run
across them. He Rot fifteen or more
before he beran striking duplicates.
jMm days he yould find two or three.
and then It would bo months before
he would see another stray paste-
rd. Hut he was always watching
for pppnrtunltlvs to add to his strange
In ten years h wa's 13 cards short
ef a complete deck. In tbe next thre
year he considered himself lucky In
finding all but four. 1h mUsIng ones
were the Jack of cluba, the deuce and
eight cf diamonds and tht trey of
parie. In the course- of another year
picked up the eight of dlaraouila
and ais months later waa oerJoyed to
find ha( tie at Srl thought was
full dk of cards lying of) ttjfi Side
walk on Itroadway, near forty a((1
atrwi. TUo jack of clubs a n't trey of
apadea were tbere all rl;hl. but live or
Is cards were nituslng and among
these waa the deuco of dlamohds.
It scctccd as If he never would be
able to obtain his fifty second card.
but the other day he enon-J oue of
the suburban trains on the Jeraey Cen
tral ralinad, and alnxMt the Drat
thing he saw was the deuco of JI
nuipds fsre upward In the atnlu. It waa
gilt-edited and fcloboy l acked ti nn-
est of them all. He had U-q parch
ing for this identical card for five aud
a half cai, aud now breathed a fclU
The pack Is romrnHied of rards of all
qualities from tho cbi-aiMkt to the
hlKbeat priced. F.'iiiu) are clean and
tiilttbt. Others aro aoilud uuJ worn.
Kew York l'resj.
Effect of the Combinations Made In the
. Last Ten Years.
The extent of railroad consolidation
In this country In the last few years is
strikingly Illustrated by the recently
announced merger of tho Rock Island
and St. Louis It San Francisco lnter
oats. In combination tho two roads
w ill constitute a system of some 15.000
roiicj, and their combined capital I
stock at the rresent figure, wilt be
sbout 1200.000,0(10. The territory
served by the system comprises more
than a dozen states, tho Western tcr
tnlnal being Ienver; the Eastern,
J31rmlngham. Ala ; the Northern, Chi
sago, and the Southern, Galveston.
Not more than ten years ago there
Were eighty railroads furnishing week
ly compilations of earnings. Today
only fifty Ave roads publish sucti
figures, so that twenty Ave have dis
appeared. Id a few cases this Is due to
the abandonment of reports, but to far
the greater number the reason la
tound In consolidation.
The roads that hare disappeared
were at one time big factors In the
railroad world. Their names were on
the tongtiea of Investors fcrj shippers
day after day. Now It Is doubtful it
Some are even a memory, so complete
ly has their Identity been merged In
the systems of which they are a part.
A parttul lli of such roads Is of In
tercut . It Includes: The Ilaltliuoio A,
Ohio Southwestern; Ilurltngtou, Cedaf
Hapids & Northern; Chicago it East
ern Iliiuois; Cincinnati, Jackson &
Mackinaw; Cleveland, Lorain 4k
Wheeling; Louisville, Evansvtlle A SL
J 1 1 1 ; I'ooria, Decatur & Evansvllle;
)'ltthiirg t Western; Cleveland, AV
tou A Columbua; Cleveland, Canton &
rU)iirirn; Kansas City, Fori Heott k
Memphis; Kansas Ci'y, Memphis
ItirmliiKham; Memphla & I)'.rinlrig
hsm; Memphis 4k Charleston; BU
lyoiiln, Altos 4k Terre Haute; Wtstcrn
New York A Pennsylvania; III
Grande Western; St. Tail! ft Iu!uth;
Western Maryland; Iublle ft OUlo,
and Colorado Midland.
Tbera are, of eoursn, many roads no!
mentioned In this lint, but thas a"t
account for some t.ooil miles of rail
way. To them should lie addod the
lfLhern Paciae, th't Durllngton and
the Ureat Northern, all now In th
Northern Bocurltles Company. In'ai)
tiers are to be Included about 2S.00
miles of roada, which have practically
fUaaprxarod aa Indepc ident contemn.
All this has been brought about lq
les than ten years. New York, guo.
,3 J. 4f
' 5 t I . I j c t 1 1 1 a
-J'---.ti'JLJUi'-.-- yy l" 1 , YTa
Tomboy A girl who has seme
life about her; the is luted by the
women because she is liked by the
$j.y, round trip to Si, l.oui
Mo. July ibth. iccm1 rxcumoti
train leaves Kith 1 1 1 1 1 at 10 p. 111.
arrivs at St. Eoui. 7 a. m, July ith,
returning leaves Louis j-y p.
1 ' 1 " 1 .
r 1 1
Kit a HILL,
Kniisns t Ity Mail mid Y.x-
1 1 rem ii:!-'1 n. m.
Texan. OklaliotitH & Mem
phis, Mull tilid ExprvKH :W p. ill.
Carbon tVnter i:V p. lit.
A Kin v km.
Kn lions City Mall and lx-
ptx-wi t.p. III.
TcxaM. Oklahoma ittid Mem-
pliU, Mall and L prt-K n. 111.
Carbon tViucr to p. 10.
For detailed Inforuuitlon 111 n-nard
to train wrvlce. rutin, etc., nppl.v to
I". T. I ji llarrli re. Iiwnl net.t, or
Jiim. tloaoliui! A. . I'. A., kiuimis
One cf the largest anJ Most Thoroughly fouIppeJ Colleges In the West
Teaches Practically lver)twng. fosllions ouarameeo.
(0 Sladytl H.n Cturiti. SI I Gradual last var. This ts the nnlv liwtttn.
wu iu LLC couutry vuerc stuueotaai uoarucu autuu cum. urncv mil friimiB.ui uw
181.00 I 1 1 00.00 psyi ent're ngnwtn yrar ot Forty Weeka lo trnard. aulte ol room
o3 tuliiim. ill unrnry arparaxienifc sue luuu uuwikhvvwii viiw. m. mjw.
tmie ai:tuAl UuurM FicUuye extant.
Pcod for free W-page Illustrated Catalogue, sod oame de partmcot In which yon are Interest J.
J. D. DILLE, Pres., Station N. J. Dixon, III.
'I'll" fertile laud nbilitf the
LcMlinMlle A Nnfdiville It. U.
to Alal.aliia, W-t I I-tIiIu
11 MUi.Ui.liH'1 lire verltalile
liuiianf.a fur tin-fruit yrowcr
and truck Gardner. Hue loan
mild from one Hlnle iiciv, al
darrein f radUln-" for f '.ssi.nu,
jiroMtf. niiotlier patch of -I
ncreit raillhlieit yielded t l.l'i-t.-0U,
net. Ill the KprlllH of l'."'-',
itttotlier truck Gardner sold
:tou liarreU of potatiH- In
1'lltf.lMirnli from ;i lurw of
ground for 4l.tN nnd lifter
pavlni; all -vH iiwM,f i lenred
fs'.tj ihi, or f :u -r tu n-.
Itbiu two wifhK after ttill
IllK" bW potatiM'M.col'll it Up
and wateruieioii vine vtcru
in 11 til n 1 oil tltu name btinl.
He barveteil lilrt corn,
Hold hi melon, and alter
witriUcut two crops of bay
olf the name laud, mid oil
January 1M, I'.ai.'!, a plant
lnj; it na!n In potati.
M ra H iM rtli-it yield from t
tut to f .ViO.ntl H r ju re; 11. blli
a I'.'. I'M! ipiartu id lum lnil
UtiI. h have Ih-cii urou ii on
11 hIiikIi' uc IV. Adilrve
G. A. PARK.
ttiral Ii(tfu4iirtI mu4 I rnrnl-
lojisiilla & Kashvills R. R
LOUIS VlLUE, K.
f ',''.:-ivy T'.l
St. Louis & North
t'ouiiecls at ttellguiau with the HI
Louis ami Han Francisco. New time
card In ettVcl htiiiday.Juue. p.aij
No, 1 I.v . Kurska Hps. 6:60a. iu.
Ar, Herman fi:IOa. iu.
No. 2 L. Hoiluian 7:10 s. m.
Ar, Kurrka ripltirs b:07 a. ui.
N-i. ft I'V. Kuteka nplti)rs bJti p. 111.
Ar. Heltjciuan'. :td p. 111,
Na. 0 I.V. Hellgman J;S p. ui.
Ar, Kureka rtprlngs 8:02 p. iu.
No. 7 I.v. F.ureka Hprlugs b:'M p. u.
A r. Koltftiuwii O.'.t) p. ui.
No. 8 I.V. HnllKUiatl p. U.
Ar. Kuleka HprliiK 1 1: 7 p. ui.
CoiiDfclliva tiuiu r.loli Hill. Mo,
tuad with lbs Frtauo via tli Pact To
at Cartliags, or via the Memphis at
Klclil Junoll 111.
' A tiamUorus fist W Painplilnt ttuld
to I'.ureka r.rlng as a Health titMurt
ha tru lsud, Willi liW teauillul
Ulutratioiis. A uopy sent (r to any
address. Addrs all luiiulrlf sail
ordnr lo(im. West, Muaer Eureka
A FREE PATTERN
(rnur nl MlrtitHil to ff.i, kw,.
criUvr. iuif 5o cm. a ,rur.
Kelotciicr A person who wants m' J"1-
hi )i l-c" )0t u iliviJe your ftcsltb witb kiw-
We dolrv to i-mploy 11 trtmt worthy
hiiljr or ireutletiiitii to iiiitua our
htiHluenM In thU t'otinty and adjoin
ing territory. Our Iioiim Ik Wi ll and
favornlily k nou n.
siOtM) Htraljrlil fault MaUr
and nil I'sprusrs puld I'.utU
VVrk liy t-liivk dlrtt from liead
iUai'(er. I . IHH 1 o ' iio-y ad 111 iced,
pretlou M-rleti t tUlii .nKaiy ;
poltlou i i InalK lit. Aildrt-M
Tuiuiia J. Cimi't B. Mamier,
Ilia CVxtvU liuliJi.-g", OUlauu, U.u
i w rf.nii.if tiini t a ih1ih.i.u i
f ii. um.U'I n i.r j 1 . t I 11, mUou Is !
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a." ' , i J i.
ft-ttri Jslallj! h Jls aa
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I WASHINGTON D. C. !
A lAI)liS' MAGAINf.
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fill; H.C4LL CO..
Ill 111 It7 .-( Utt Si. Ms nils
PRINCIPAL CITIES Op
f UFFET suepers
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
Itetlsml List of Sptx-i.tl I'arrs,
VU tic liico line: On fi:st
ami lliild TucmI.i) in each in tith
One way at liaM lute plus $J.oo,
to 15 st.itcs.
I IolllC-Stlkt'tti Not ill, ViC"it Slltl
s jutli. ne farr plus f j.oo. '
South Dakota, cu b f.tic, plus oc
l'titlc SpinK, one l.tie plus 5C
Mich.ui, Oiiio, New Yoik, tote
Lite plus i.x. Juno Iu N'lvcinl cr.
Stuil'iaiiciMo, J;,iu, August 1
to 1 1 ,
All point ithiu ;uo miles, July
J ami , one f.ne pi yie, .oul
many otlitu, too nuiin.iou loo men.
lion. C,i!l t-u lociil iirtit lor par
ticuluis. L T, i.AlUltitl tin ,
LXCIIIVIOII IlLi.iU OH D.ilu M
Mo. l'lieir.c Ky. to l.'oloi.to, l'tali,
anJSulh PiiU'iU, Juan iht to Sept.
301I1 letutii limit Okt. 3m, one Ui
plus 50 ccil touml tiiji.
Read Tlio Tribune.