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11 Brewed By (he uia bnglish Process "Ye Olde Inn" ALE A light, sparkling, palatable beverage, which in Surity, richness, age and healthfulness has no equal. in draught everywhere ask for it. One dozen bottles delivered $1.50. Keeley Brewing Company Brewers and Bottlers of Fine Beers, Ale and Porter TELEPHONE SOUTH 349 28th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAdO UfUPN MtANS, PresMtst, Treastrtr ssi OtMrtl Missisr United States Brewing Co. BRIWIR8 OF FINE LAGER BEER TEUBPHONESi Mata Office, Central 3184 Barttiolomcc & Lslcht Branch, North 216 Bottllag Department, Humboldt 1088 Brand Branch, Humboldt 289 Bartholomn: & Roeslng Branch, Monroe 498 K. U. Schmidt Branch, North 409 WARD C. UIHLEcN, Manager. Talephana Monro S7S. Tewn of Lake) Vranoh, ear? Ashland Ave. ana 4th at. Telephone Yards 7a. OHIOAOO OPPICI, 0rnr Ohio antJ Unln ttrt. ,3 H. HILDRETH, Prat. PRANK LEDERER, lit, ERNEST HUMMEL, Trail, SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer. SALVATOR r s?i sflL 3t ?isa agg 9 kUK AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Are now ready for delivery in wood or glass. Please send orders through our agents or delivery men, by mail, or Telephone South 350. Bottling Department; Telephone South 869. CONRAD 3EIPP BREWING COMPANY. OUR BIO TRADE IN MOIOR CARS. The Conntrr'"' Traffic for the 'Year Approxlmnieil :iu,oo,ooo. More than $4,000,000 worth of auto mobiles were brought Into the United States during the fiscal year ending with the Inst week of June, mid nioro than $3,000,000 wortli were exported during the samo time. Figures of our forclgu commerce In automobiles show the valuo of automobiles Imported In tho eleven months ending with May to hare been $0,502,211. and of parts thereof, $.'J78,;i8!), while exports thereof during tlio sntnc months amounted to $2,037,"1S. It Is apparent, therefore, that tho llgitrcs for the full fiscal year which ended with June will show more than $4,000,000 worth of automobiles and parts thereof Imported, and tuorc than $3,000,000 worth exported. Meanwhile tho manufacture of auto mobiles In tho United States has amounted to presumably more than $20,000,000, fllnco the bureau of the cen sus has recently Issued n preliminary statement which shows the value of au tomobiles manufactured In tho United States In 1005 at $20,051,001. This tig nro Includes amounts received from cus tom work and repairing and value of products other than automobiles; but as It docs not Include automobiles, val ued ut $870,205, manufactured In es tablishments engaged primarily In the manufacture of other products, It may probably be safely set down that the value of automobiles produced In the United States approximates $20,000,000 and tho Imports $1,000,000, and that out of this total of $30,000,000 there was exported about $3,000,000 worth. Harper's Weekly. BsTi&arPaBaT n? ijKr ill Sucking tho Thumb. Ah a prevent ive put a pleco of adhesive piaster, such as surgeons use, a little less than one-half Inch wide, above the llrst Joint, or between the two Joints or the child's thumb. Paslo the end securely, but be careful not to Interfere with circulation. Origin of Spotted I'ever. Iteccnt ex periments provo that the deadly spot ted fever of the Itocky mountains Is caufed by tho Infection of ticks acting much like that which sots up splenetic fever In tho bovine race. This con linns n widespread belief which has hitherto been controverted by physi cians. Tho Danger In Headache Powders. Acctaualld poison is found In practi cally all of tho patent headache pow ders and they should cither be avoided or takeu with great caution. This poi son Is a dangerous drug, and If the stomach Is weakened to a certain ex tent tho quantity ilu' a headache pow der may be sutliclcnt to kill. In fact n boy died recently In Mesa County from this poison. Ithcumatlsm. Ono of the latest rem edies Is that of a gardener who rec ommends the familiar plant so well known as chlckwecd, Tho method of using It consists of filling i wide mouthed bottle three-fourths full with a plant and then pouring In spirits of wlno sutliclcnt to cover tho whole. The preparation Is then allowed to stand for from four days to n week, ut the end of which time the tincture Is to be rubbed Into tho affected parts In the usual way. Whooping Cough. Procure a mix ture of peroxldo of hydrogen two drams, sirup of tolu Hi ounces nud water one-half ounce, (live from ten drops to ono tenspoouful according to ago every hour for two or three doses, then every two hours for six or eight, getting farther between doses as the patient Improves. This Is a newer and better formula than that of any of the old-fashioned cough sirups, the most of which depend upon morphine or opium as a palliative. The Proof uf It. !ri I W&as "This milk Isn't lit to drink. It's sour." "Yes, sir. I knew It." "You knew It, and gave It to mo Juht the wuneV" "Yes, sir; In thee days of pure-food ngltatlon wo serve It sour to prove thero's no formnhlehydo In It." VIHOIL M. BRMSO. President PHILIP R.tlRAND.Ite'y-Trri,, Telephone Yore's 207 GLOBE BREWING GO. BREWERS OF FINE BEER 41st Street and Union Avenue, CHICAGO JOSEPH THEURER P resident F. H. PIETSCH Secretary and Treasurer CARL BUhu Vice President. H PETER SCHOENHOFE BREWING CO. II MAIN OFFICE; Canalport Avenue and W. 18th St. TELEPHONE CANAL 9 aiBiBWflR!af5aOHBME8AWa' BHKlaLliBtfK8SiSroBLftHaw BalMiHaH BaHBjaJW I L WiaVaf' vV4'3 I Bottling Dept Burlington Street, sear 16th Street TELCPHOfig CANAL 8 Brewers and Bottlers of HIGH GRADE BEER s- Sole Brewer end Bottlers of the Celebrated "EDELWEISS" Table Beer. ggg AlALTlrff '-'.:T.M-i.-.rj.vt. jilzlxz BRAND BREWING COMPANY. Brewers of JTin Beoxm. TBLKPHONI WBST Ml. Baton Avenue, CHICAOO, U. S.A. NATIONAL WILLIAM H. REHM, Presides! JACOB P. REHM. VIce-PrssMeet QlSTAV HESSERT, JB. Ssfi't-iYsse, ) Telephone BREWING Canal 224 Lincoln and 18th Streets, CHICAGO COMPANY Southorn 1'iii'iu Value. It Is computed that farm properties In tho cloven states that onco secedi-J from the Union have risen In value more than $1,000,000,000 lu two years. The uverago yield of theso lands slueo this ceutury began Is $200,000,000 a year greater than It was In the p-. ceding six years, The Retort Bitter. "Why, how d'yo do?" said the barber to his one-time customer. "Howd'y," snapped tho Inttor. "You're a stranger. I haven't seen your face for a long time." "That's odd. I left most of It on your razor tho last tlmo I was in your hop." Catholic standard nnd Times. This Is what father gets In tho way nt mnrnntlnn U'llc'll the rnftt nt tha Fn.lll . rt (I fl.lj.lllr. ftl II rirtHn.fj. .. I IWW1IIJ W 1" " ,.... v ... ft,i,V, lfj Is left at homo to "watch tho house." If you want your plate filled at din ner, eat It with a woman who baa beea lyBBBcy Jspfc JID ADAM ORTailPIN H. TKMPLE BELLAMY J. A. O. CENTOS) f rrMiacnt iraneurer sseeretary McAVOY'S Malt Marrow RKCOMMENDID BY PHYSICIANS Write for Beeklet, "Eminent Phyelelnna of the West" McAvoy Brewing Co. Tchshcnc ell Departments Calumet 1004 2348 SOUTH PARK AVSJ, f. JOHN A. OM, President. THEODORE OEHNB, Vice Pies, aatf Tree. JULIUS H, SCHILLER, Secretary. MRBWERS AND BOTTLERS OP THB CELEBRATED. . , . JMnffiHBBBnEjMsa BAVARIAN e SB si e SALVATOR at sms a a Extra Pale Beera iLBtnOHB SOUTH MB. IAI SrSORB. OOT OF 27TH !' J aafsBMSafia v"l'U I'VY ''ftTJ Sj tliitlfjaMBiLLla ialL i4jJ2iJ& Kmtmmmmttmmtmtmi used to waiting on boys, (