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TXZB OHIOAOO H3A.O-2L.E. t- 1 t " l' . H Jm kasiVl)sfaVfafaafaV GEORGE DUDDLESTON, Popular Merchant and Useful Public Official, A Wmiilcrriil Natural Mineral Witter One of the niixt wotutorful discover io ot the ime nml 0110 which Iiih iho veil n positive blosslnj: to Immunity Is tho now woilil fuiuoiti Aveiio Nut urn 1 Meilldniil Water. Till the middle of the eighteenth cen tury the Avene Nuturnl Medlelutil Wa ter, ns yet unknown, nw wasted In a jiond between the mountulnn siuiomul Ins; Avene, l.es ltaliw llerault. Trance. The owner of this rciiloii havlnu one ot his hoios n tfee ted ! a stroin; cu taneous eruption, turned him loose to prevent contusion. The horo was -eon drlnklns; anil wallowing In this Water several times a day. Soon after the animal was entirely cured, his coat as plossy as ever, without the least trace of his dIeao reiniilnlnir. The owner, surprised at this lemaiU able cure. poke of It to several physl elans, who, after oxninliilni: the water, believed In Its curative power and pledired tho owner to build a larire b:i--In In 17." I. Several persons Hvlnjr In the vicinity, airecled with skin ills cae, were cured by this extraordinary water. Successively, the reputation of these Sprlncs grew and the sick peo ple arrived In such prcnt numbers that It srrew necessary to build more and more basins and hotels for their ac commodation. The Avene Natural Mineral Waler Company, l-.'i. Michigan avenue. Chi cago. Is tho direct Importer and nolo owner for the United States and Can ada. The twater Is bottled at and Im ported directly from the Sprlmrs, and wo aro prepared to furnlh "Avene Natuial Medicinal Water" to all suf ferers of acute and chronic ilNeum's. The Sprlncs are located at Avene-I.es-ltalns Hcrault. I'm wo, and I ue. veoloslcally speaking, ftom phylladlen mctamorphlc wound and limestone of transition cloo to volcanic masses. ' As a medical niront the "Avene Nat ural Medicinal Water" has demon strated beyond tho slightest shadow of n doubt that It Is truly remarkable. Its many nlmo-t mlraeulous euros ervo to e:ni)ha-Izo thin statement. Its great therapeutic value becomes rapid ly apparent after a brief trial, benefi cial re-ults being po-ltlve. Avene Is alo a table water of great merit, because Its intluence upon the digestive tract Is mot excellent. Avene's great medicinal properties are of great value In All Skin IU-e.ises, Stomach, Itowel and Kidney troubles, Itlieuiuatlsm. Anemia, Nervous Kx-liau-tlon and nil dl-eases re-ultlug from mal-nutrltlon. In these illinti "Avene' never falls and Is Mire of last ing re-ults. This wnter Is for vale by all drug gts or by tho Avene Natuial Mineral Water Company. 12."H Michigan ave nue. Chicago. 1'hono Calumet 4121. Hundreds of testimonials havo been pouring In upon 13. A. Devlc, president of the company, nmong tho eoutrlb utliiK them being such well-known citi zens of Chicago ns fieortfo It. Kent, New York I.Ifo Insurame Company: K. C. Hacey, Deputy Criminal Court Clerk; Henry Delauey, wholesale liq uor dealer; Chris (i. Stleger. treasurer Stleger I'lano Manufacturing Com pany; William Kdwards, the contractor and decorntor; William I'. Knoeh, cap tain I'lrst Infantry, I. N. (!.. fpiarter master, and many others. It should be mentioned also that tho wnter from tho Avene l.es Ilnlns llerault Springs1 Is recommended by the faculty of medicine, l'nris, and the highest solen title authorities of Kuropo and tho Tnlted States, and were decreed In the Interests of tho public by tho govern ment of Franco In 1ST I. "Napoleon Sec' was the wine nerved, ami one of the orators of the night, n distinguished member of the Illinois bar, by the way, whoso genius had become Inspired by tho rosy intluence of this generous wine, paid tho fallow ing eloquent and graceful tribute to the sparkling beverage in which lie was about to propose the toast to be drunk: "I hold in my linnd tho most won derful beverage that ever drove a skeleton from a feast or painted land scapes on the brain of man the min gled souls of grapes. In It you will llnd the sunshine nml shadow which chased each other over tho billowing Ileitis; the breath of June, tho carol of the lark: made glorious by Its impris oned light. Drink It, and you will llnd In Its life's blood the starlit dawns and dusks of many a perfect day. DrlnR it. and you will hear the voices of men and maidens singing tho harvest hymn, their melody mingled wltn tho laugh ter of children. Tor years, no doubt, this liquid Joy has lain within Its stout staves of oak longing to toucli the lips of men." It is Impossible within tho compass of any article, however xtended, in mere prose, to equal, not to speak of Improving upon, this eloquent apostro phe of the gifted lawyer, and the mak ers of "Napoleon See" have adopted It. They assure their patrons that experi ence will prove to them that tho com pliment is not exaggerated. The headquarters In Chicago of "Na poleon Sec" are at 2T1I Kast Madison street. This wine Is being sold todny over nluiost every prominent bar In Chica go, and from the present outlook it Is but a question of tho Immediate future until it will bo handled In every ho tel, saloon, bullet and cafe of tiny im portance In tho city. Messrs. Hrooker & Co., 270 Mndlson street, nro tho capable, popular, suc cessful agents of tho already famous "Napoleon Sec." WHEELER REOPENS CAM. Keck Vindication for 111 Ancestor Uen. IIulli Who Htirrcndcrad Detroit, General Joe Wheeler has stirred uf a row In Michigan In connection witb his desire to have the name of his no rcstor, Brigadier General William Hull restored to the army list The attempt recalls De troit's surrender to the ltrltlsh, under General Urock, In the war of 1812. Not a gun was fired on either side, al though Hull's men were drawn up nmo. okx. hum.. wlth shotted mus kets. After l'erry's victory, nt Put-In-bay swept ltrltlsh power off tho face of the great lakes, Uutl was brought to trial at Albany. For eighty days lils conduct was thrashed over. 1 nnlly, Hull wns found guilty and or dered to be shot. The sentence was deferred. A president pardoned Hull on condition that his name bo taken off tho army roll. General Wheeler lias issued a pam phlet, and it will bo used In Washing ton this winter. While avowing no blame should bo laid on other men of tho period, Michigan's Idol, General Lewis Cnss, Is deprecated. Cass, n captain then on Hull's staff, was no nt Detroit on tho day of surrender. The chnrgo Is made that Cass re turned from down tho Detroit Itlvcr In time to see the American flag still flying, but with drew, held a coun cil, and then de cided to surrender. This attack on Cass' courage is new. If accepted it means that there lewis cabs. is at least a doubt of the proper sup port offered Hull by Cass and other staff officers. In Detroit tho historian, C. M. Burton, has discovered in old family papers evidences of a discon tent among the staff officers under Hull. After Hull was put In the back ground Cass, who was an obscure cap tain of mllitln, from Marietta, Ohio, was niado governor of the great north west territory, n position which ho held with honor for eighteen years. He then entered Jackson's cabinet, ran for Trcsldent, and was almost elected, was minister to France, Unit ed States Sonntor, became a great land owner, and died in 1SC0. if you want a tlno drink of excellent I'liampagne at a moderate price, try Napoleon Sec. It Is as good as trV be-t and most cxpcu-lvo of Imported brands. Kesults Indicate that rice Is better lii.iln food for lighters than horse meat it ml vodka. HER GARDEN FOR THE POOR, Given woman the right kind of raw material and -he'll make a good inn b.iud of It. That boy who smoked 100 cigarettes a day couldn't havo list very much of a mind. If you want a drink of old well flavored first-class ryo whisky, call for Napper Tandy. It Is excellent In every respect, and there Is not a headache Is n barrel of it. "Xnpolnon heo" A Native Chain imgiui, tho Most I'opiilur Mine in tile .Market. "Napoleon Sec" Is tho euphonious title of u wlno that is beyond nil doubt the best champagne of native vintage in the markoA to-day. It U a beautiful, sparkling wlno of delicious flavor, that compaies favor ably with the oldest, most famous, mid most expensive brands of Import ed champagne. Napoleon Sec" Js a new nrtlclo In the market, yet its popularity its n beverage, stimulating mid nourishing to mind and body, is already wide spread and firmly established. "It has come, and seen, and con quered." At a banquet recently held on an important and auspicious occasion Swapping a war between Ilussla and lap.iii for one between Franco and Germany would be a mighty poor trade for the woild. The Czar's hoy ought, as soon as lie Is old enough to understand anything ti be taught to begin saving up for the rainy day. Science now rocks the cradle with electricity, but the tlinchouored way or using the slipper in the nursery has not been Improved on. A young woman committed suicide bocaiiM' her lnver po-tpoued the mar riage. In a great many cases putting oil the evil day would be a cause for icj ilclng. lilch Woman Lets the Children Play Thcro While Hhc'a Army. A playground for tho children of tho byways has been opened In Philadel phia. It Is a bit of hot weather phll nnthrophy of tho most practical kind, encouraging cvldenco of what one woman can do If she has both the money and the Inclination, says the Now York Tribune. Miss Rebecca Coxe, while she Is away for tho summer, has thrown open to tho children of tho poor tlie garden of her home In Spruce strejt, near ISth street, in tho heart of the aristocratic district of tho city, yet right on tho edge of the slums, Tom, Dick and Harry and their sis ters con romp and roll on the grass of this play-ground till there Is no grass to romp nnd roll upon. Such is the order of Miss Coxe. The garden was opened nftor sho went to her summer homo in Drlfton, Pcnn., and on the second day the caretaker, seeing the effect of many feet upon tho recently planted sod, wired to know if he should keep the children off tho grass. Miss Coxe's decision was prompt, nnd since then the grnss has been gradu ally disappearing. There is a box hedge lining tho walk that encircles tho playground, plenty of green foliage, and many flowers, hollyhocks, fox-gloves, marigolds; a half dozen white benches, with nrbor backs, rising nearly to tho top of the red brick wall, and at one end a little pool nnd n drinking fountain. Tho caretaker's most strenuous duty Is to prevent hot nnd dusty urchins from plunging into tho pool, and many a time when the guardian' eyes havo been turned one of them, according to his own defense, has been "Just push ed In, sir so pleoso don't put mo out for 'twasn't my fault, sir!" A Wall street writer reinnrks tint the world "needs u new ilctlnltlou of honesty," What the world ically needs Is more old-fashioned honesty. I'lie iletluliloii i df minor Importance. Many a woman will agree witli the Indian who said, In describing the linblts of his people, "Indian great smoker, smoklu' gie.it help to l.i.I-ncs." A I.oihIoii literary man has had tho MSS of his latest boot; burned twice. It was a hl-tory of Venice, but lie must havo maile It ilieailful dry. He made four drafts of It, but evidently forgot to open the damper. Hornnd. tho Keach ot Hoap. Whllo playing with other children a few days ngo a llttlofl-ycar-old girl was overheard by her mother to cnll one of her mates n "d d fool." She immediately called tho child into tho house, talked with her seriously on tho sin of profanity, nnd proceeded to wash her mouth with strong soap nnd water In tho most effectual manner. When all was over tho llttlo ,-rirl looked up in her mother's fnco mid said: "Well, mnmmn, I s'poso you think you've dono It now, but thero'a lots of llttlo d s way down my throat you never hit!" -Huston Her ald. Ills View of Iternliarilt. Of all the stories told of the extreme sloiitlernobs of Mine. Sarah Ilornlyirdt tho following probably caps the cli max: Two Ilostou men wero talking about the famous actress during her last visit to this country when one of iheui asked the other if lie would llko to sre her. "Yes," wns Ids friend's delighted reply, "Well, walk past that coupe mid look In and you'll see her." The other did as directed nml then came back looking disappointed. "Didn't .miii see her?" Inquired his friend. "I looked In and saw nothing." "Well, that's she!" Hoston Christian Itcglster. It Is base nlmost wicked, In fact for tho American pupils nt Oxford to try to supplant cricket with tho great Yankee game. Now that John D. Itockefeller linn learned that it's tainted, maybe no'.s trying to unload. Coo', to lie Sure, I'm looking for a cool hummer re mrl," said the would-be guest. "My dear son," replied tho landlord, "on hiiwt struck the light place. Nights are mi cool here guests have to cover with six blankets." "How about miiisIiIiii'V" "There's n good ileal of It. From 5 n. in. till noon the sun speuili his tlmo thnvtlng the Icebergs!" Atlanta Con-ktltutlon. Get Away from the Incessant Hum of the City Take a Trip to the Country Forget Business, Household Cares and Trouble THE AURORA, ELGIN S CHICAGO RAILWAY Takes you to the beautiful Fox River Valley and charming Glenwood Park. Trains leave every thirty minutes from our New Fifth Avenue Terminal Station ("On the Loop") near Jackson Boulevard. 0 SMOKE! NO DUST! NO CINDERS! Address or call at Slh Avenue Station for New r older telling all about the "Oreat 8eenlo Route" and beautiful country reached by our third rail eteotrlo system. Mlr When They Fly Fast V The Marlin 12 Gauge IgSSS1 uHfa Is the all-around favorite. It is made (or both black and smoke bIPJV less powders and to take heavy loads. It has one-third less parts than any other repeater, and handles very last The Marlin Breechbolt that shuts out rain and water and keeps the ahells dry moken it a crcat wet-weather gun. It has Marlin accuracy, buoyancy and reliability. Our Exptrlenct Book hu hundreds ol good Mailln torie. rent with Catalogue lor 3 itarnpa poataga THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.. 42 Willow St.. New Haven, Ct. YOUMANS HATS t7$& 45 JACKSON BOULeVARD JSSB.t .an wi;,BBU v...viwv &lBROADWAY.j fib nkkKjlnm& Capper & Cnppsr Did?. In tw vpm JSZlri&tn ALBEMARLE nOTEL. HATTERS Henry H. Roetofs &. Co. Philadelphia Henry Heath-London AUTOMOBILE HATS AND GAPS ItlGHTMIRE & CO., Ino. Joseph C. Jacques, renc.EoRpit0crone,,y " iKllPidBBSSaMaW mmUm TTSLbiiiV Joibpr C. Jacobs, I irmcrtr Manairrr fur Dunlap Telephone Hyde Park 14 Charles F. 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Tbe Palatial iteamiblp Manltou, for Cbarlevots, Ilarbor Spring, Peto.kcy, liny View, Mackinac Island, Detroit, Buffalo, all Eastern and Lake Superior points, Tuesday, 0 a. m.; Thursday, U a. in.; Saturday, 4 p. m. OOlce and docks, Hush and N. Water ti. Telephone Central 1487, T Goodrich Line Steamers. For Mllwntihee, 0:30 a, m. and 0 p. m, dally. For Orand Haven, Muskegon, Urand Rapids, and White Lake, 7:45 p. in. dally and 0 a. tn. except Sunday. For Itaclne, 8 a. in. and 8 p. in. dally. For Sheboyean and Manitowoc, 8 p. in., except Friday and Sun day. For Kewaunee, Algoma, Sturgeon Hay, Green Hay, Marinette, Menominee, and Kscanabn, 8 '-, Wednesday and Batur lay. For Mackinac Island (S. S. Qeorgia), 9:30 p. m. Saturday. Ticket office unit docks, foot MIchlganaT. Vel. CmUsI 7C Nnppcr Tandy is tlio kind of whisky tint In liolli n linioor nnd nn nppotlm-. It 't r.iiwntf the finest bruudH to bo bud. King Osnif Ih disposed to Insist til it lio Is Ktlll Nonvr.y'B king do Jure, nny imw. Thorn Is said to bo some person or other who uiulces u lllai elnlin ns to Knuico, but I.ouliet U triinsiiutliiK tlio laixlnes-i at pi'CM'iit. A Hoston author claims that iu twenty years lie has received 18,0(10 for tlio literature ho has produced he roic breakfast. Hut ho doesn't elnlin to have been Iu tho habit of ttiUliitf his breakfast early. The 1'iiiiauia zone will ho moro popu lar with excursionists when tliu yellow fever Kertti h permanently retired from tlio reception coinmltteo. Other men besides ministers marry for money. Just Two Boats" JUFFALO m y DjgarrAj smaw l -a. x. Arlk mtm Mm' WrrV WJz DETROIT BUFFALO. ctevci. THE DIRECT AND POPULAR ROUTE TO POINTS EAST DAILY SERVICE, MAY 10th JmproTt Kipmi Strvke (U hour) lUlwocn DETROIT and BUFFALO Leova DKTROIT Dolly - 0.03 P. M. Arrive BUFFALO ' 0.00 A. M. Cotmi-ctlntr with Morning Trains for nil 1'olnti 1 1 Nrvr 10IIK, mtimiMl and MI1V I.M.UV0 fcrill.S. 'I hrvutfh TIcWI. told to All iVIiii, and l-atrimK Clirrltil to IlHtlnatlou. Leova BUFFALO Dplly 8.30 P. M. Arrive DETROIT " - 7.30 A. M. l'onul.ok- with liiilf Mornlnir Tram. Ir I'olul. Korlh and Wt.l. . Htla tftwrrn Ji.trolt and DuOala SI.M on vor, JH.5Uroui.Hrlp. Inbi SJ.OO, I.5U lui.roow J.JJ cull airr lion. tnd So hiamp (or Illiutritn! I'amphl.t. 0 Wr1ll TICKITS HONORtD ON STCAMCRS AlK'luir.ol Tklrl. teld rradlng- tla Grand Tru-V, SllcbUan IVntral and Wal4.ili Ita.Uaia ttwrvn lt I roll and lluffalo wltlbe accepted for tran.portallon nn l.& U. Kir., in ftth.r direction between lirlrolt and liuiTalo. A.A.BCrilNTA0 8f.T.U.,ltroil,lcb tj The 13th Ward presents the Ham ef CRISPO for president ol the CRACKER WORLD For campaign material telephone Mirk L. Sullivan, Secretary of the ' SAWYER BISCUIT CO. ,7I-I7.S0.GRENST; CHICAGO. IU. Monroe 33 Green St. aad Jcckeon Blvd. M5 jBJSfl CRACKERS WESTERN ENGR4LVLSO CCOLOKTYPE CO. WWSSSSS 95 5AVE.. CHICAJK) L H H aVap siia H lav- Hiiiitsrt TlT7asT?TTXjamiAT!l aV CadjV 'l 5 ?iakaS-idBM Tanner & Conley. 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