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HICHMONT DA IL.V PALLADIUM, FRIDA Y.AUGCST le, 1901.
J OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST BOO OS ... IN THE MARKET ... An extn fine pound which for delicacy of flavor and fine ctip tjuahtK-s can tfbt tie excelled . . . A choice Young Hyson SOc quarter pound. 75c poundis the lest thing for the price that we have been able to pur cha.se of late yeart, and will suit the most fastidious. . . . john f. McCarthy - - - MAIN ANO S. (Olh. IVE A WANT SUPPLIED. Fruit Preserves Made from lcst fruits and granulated sugar. A1SSOLU TJJL.V ILJKK. Just as good as you make at home. Letve us your order to lie delivered in Octolx.T. Ak to see sample. lit Miotic jar Si.oo. Your choice of any kind of fruit. o o o- o o It TjO 3X2 IT I TSX SIX ET7I, rra ocoa W. E. O'O o -s s o .4 ? o mm mmm-jmv,m atmt iis nii in II I'1'..? X -4 HOE'Sfflrt Now is the time to Prices are dead ripe. JiLiviather Bros. Co. Richmond Palladium Fill OA Y, AUGUST 1, 1901. Ol' vi : thi :k. ItUlnsr ami Si-itin i Moon f lite Sim a mt Sun. I Moon. ,-ts :.VS I Sets 7:."- .u. m Indiana ami Olilo Weattier Washinutov. T. C, A"iust 1(5 For Indiana: Probably tinsettUnl tonight and Saturday, with showers in the east and south. For Ohio: Cloudy tonight, ram in the south. Saturday rain and ,.Kltr. LOCAL ITEMS. Flotcho r for hats. Dark glasses for the sun. Ilaner's. SpH-ta.les correctly fitttJ a Hauer's. L. V. Wine and family are visiting relatives in Liosantsruie, Jnd. r.et a pair of correctly fitted spec t'sles at llauer's, 810 Main street. Miss May Thomas is the guest of friends in this city for a few days. Our stock of suitings is by far the largest in the city. Geo. V. Schep man. See Schepman before y jh buy your LJiniuer suit. 4 The ladies of the Christian church will have a market Sat unlay after noon in the rear of Haisley s shoe store. Miss Alice M. Thomas, who has been the guest of friends in Tei.nes see for some time, has returned home. The ladies of the Sivond Presby terian church will give an ice cream social at the church this evening. (Friday). Mrs Tonev Gosling, who has bt en visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sol Franklin of south eighth street, returned to Cincinnati today. George Ellison was fined $1 and costs for assault and batterv on Ilet- tie Anderson in "Squire Hoover's office yesterday af teruoon. The clxk lately put in the west side of Adams drug store building will be a great source of convenience to the people who pass that corner. It is an eleetrie clock, self winding. The correct time is furnished by the Western Union. Mrs. Geo. F. Elliott of New Castle Those present were: Misses Mabel was the guest of friends in this city j Connor, Margaret Conroy, Alice Col yesterday for a short time. She is j lins, Emma Kemper, Ethel Cisco, or, ..v.tj'tn TVki-t-i i;;r t. ir;n Kuf I Anna and Marv Covne. Messrs. Fred husband who is stationed there and j Do, You Like Good Tea ? We can plea.se you.- We have just received a shipment consisting of A Fancy Gunpowder 2.5c quarter pound, f1.00 pound which we lielieve to las as fine a Tea hs ever came to Richmond. Oolong 3.5c quarter pound. SI.4H GROCERY PHONES ISO O o o o o o o o HASTINGS o : d o o o o o o d o o o rl 0 vRGttMDMD::MStf,a lay in your supply will sail from New rork on the 17th of this month. Humpe's summer sale. II. S. Davis of Williamsburg was in the city this morning on business. Miss Grace IlolttuSuse will In tTie guest of friends in Urbaua, O., for a few days. Miss Iiichey and Miss Means of New Paris, O., were the guests of friends in this cty yesterday. The South Side Improvement com pany have in view several other fae- sories beside the Get overall factory,, New Castle Courier Mr. and Mrs. Rosooe Turkman of Richmond are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kirk man. The band concert at Glen Miller last evening was largely attended. These concerts are growing in pop ularity. Ilargains for girls at Humpe's. M iss Ollie Mitchell of Cowling Green, Mo., will be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John Y. Crawford, of east Main street, for a few days. Two street cars were chartered to day for a oartv of colored children. Ihey were taking a ride over the company s lines for an hour or two this morning. Miss Emma Seott, 14 north F street, gave an elegant dinrer yes terday in honor of Mrs. Eliza Urown of Lakeside and Mrs. Catherine Me Coglin of Toledo. John Bayer, wife and daughter. Edna, left yesterday on a visit to the Pan-American exposition and other points of interest in the east. They will retura home in about ten days. Bargains for boys at Humpe's. Miss Anna Ross who has been visiting friends and relatives in Kushville returned last evening. She was accompanied by Miss Elizabeth I Punleney who will be her guest for a j lew aays. At the meeting of the Elks last evening there were seventeen apppli cations for membership. The appli cants will be admitted some time in September. As soon as the number reaches thirty or thirty-five they will be initiated in the new hall. The Hotel Life, the leading journal devoted to hotel interests, in its late issue contains the roilowing: ihe purchase of the realty of the Arling ton hotel, Richmond, by Mr. J. H. Gitbens, has not been accomplished M E. G. Vaughan has for fifteen vears been the owner. The lease of Mr. J. P. Hill runs until 1904. ui mute ana wue entenainea a party of friends at ' their home on south twelfth street last evening. Crivel. Charles' Weber, Frank Pier-j 8 North Tenth JF n -, son, Omer Weisbrodt and Henry Wishmeyer. Miss Grace Portcrlield of Colum bus, O., is the guest of friends in this city. Superintendent T. A. Mott will do institute work in Whitley aod New ton counties. TLe southern storm is beaded this way and will probably reach the Ohio valley tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Campbell left last night for Hay View for a three weeks'oating. Mrs. George IJishop went to El wood this morning to visit her sister, Mrs John Greenlee. Miss DeGroot of south tenth street left this m rningon a viit to friends and relatives in Eaton, O. Frank 15. Owings of Nashville, Tenn., was the guest of Henry Gen nett at The Westcott today. We are reliably informed that the rumor of the suicide of Geo. Ayler was entirely without foundation. Mr. John Gegaa and Miss Lizzie j Overturn are to be married next I Wednesday at St. Andrew's church. Miss Hattie James and Miss Grace Miller of Glendale, O., are the guests of Miss Colburn of south eighth street. Robert Charles, who has been suf fering with typhoid fever at St. Stephen's hospital, is s-owly recov ering. Miss Martha Whitacre and Mildred Schalk, who have been visiting rel atives in Troy, O. , will return home this evening. Mrs. A, Sponenberger and daugh ter, Miss Einraa, of Hamilton are the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dean of south ninth street. Train 21 leaving here at 10:la. nr. tomorrow will stop at Cer.terville to accommodate those who wish to tale late train to atteud the Old Settlct s picnic. Joseph Colvin, superintendent of he Washington, Alexandria & M. Vernon electric lines who was ii Richmond yesterday, left this morn ing for the east. The different committees who are in charge of the local arrangements for the Masonic conclave to be held at Louisville in September are hard at work on the completion of all mat ters pertaining to this order who will attend from this city. The winning of the trotting race at Brighton Beach yesterday in 2:03 will bring the horse iuto prom inence in the east. This event may make it impossible for the 1 eal fair committee to bring Cresceus to Rich mond next month as they had in tended. A train that attracted considerable attention passed through this city this morning over the Pennsylvania road. The train consisted of 57 cat s of the most modern construction for the conveyance of cattle to the east ern market. Railroad men, who are in a iosition to know, stated that it was the most complete train of i's character that ever passed through this city. There is a large increase of travel over the C. R & M. since the new schedule went into etfect. The train from the north this morning brought iu twenty-seven passengers to this city from different stations alontr the line. The train that arrives here at 10;Mrt for Muiicie and other points is also showiug that the road is iFi many ways an advantage to the general traveling public. The small park at the Pennsyl vania station in this city is attract ing much attention from the manner in which it is In ing taken care of. There is in the center of the park a canna bed with border flowers, that is greatly admired no only from those, who are lovers of flowers in this city, but from the traveling public who pas along the line of this road. The road is noted for the care taken in this res-ct on its en tire system, and Richmond is no ex ception. Henry L Shattuck of Shellsburt, Iowa, was cured of stomach trouble with which he bad been alllicted for years, by four boxes of ChamlxT lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He had previously tried many other remedies and a number of physicians without relief. For tale by A. G Luken & Co. and W. II. SudhotT. A S TUIU)A1 FEAST. The finest and largest la3'out fruits and vegetables ever shown lj:,.l.m.i n.,i a .. .. k , Of in we ""-""'"""J, , "" . !"" " u iiuu- iu sen, wneiuer you wi-u iu uuy : in uuir. e are always triad to see VOU. 3IEYEK IJKOS. Tlr InilPie1eiit Ire ami Fuel company have coal to uurii at rigtii itt ttrs. them. 15-sr 50e for any of our 75c soft shirts, August sale. - Railroao Store. The Tinlep ndeiit Toe ami Fuel company haveco l o burn at rijfht prices. wee them. 15-Itt 5e yard for any of oar 10c. 12 and 15c wash goods, August sale. Railroad Store. Drink Reid spring water the next two months. Phone 652. 15 2t " Saromer Corsets, made of gooti net, woith 25c; gg Summer Corset?, fine n-t, perfect fitting, all f iz s, cheap at 65e, for f Zu The celebrated French P. D Corsets, white and 01 Crt drb, all sizes OliOU Full standard fancy Prints . Qp Saturday 0u Fine Unbleached Muslin, fn'l yard wide. An Saturday HU 1C0 double faced Smyrna Rngs. worth $2 50, all go Saturday TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES. con TY EXPENSES Estimates by the County Commissioners For 1902. The estimates for the year 1902, presented by the county commission ers, are as follows: COIKT Ilot'SE. Amount required for repair of buildings and eareof grounds. tl,04.". Amount required for supplies 12.270. Janitor, $1,(M0. Engineer, StH. Total. $5,115. COVSTV JAIL. Repair of buildings' and care of grounds, $150. Amount required for supplies, $55. Physician at jail, $75. Guard for care of insane. Washing aud mending for crs, $200. Total, $1,807 50. IOCNTV I'OOR FARM. Repair of buildings and 547 no prison - care of grounds, $(00. i Amount required for supplies, $,s;io. Amount required for salary of su I eriutendent and emnloyes: Superintendent. $Hin. Three hired men, $04S. Four girls, $"2t). Physician, $240. Amount required for all other ex penses, $550. Total, $r,,l8. HOME KOtt OKI'HAXS Repair of buildings aud care of tjr.junds, $232. Amount required for supplies, fl.HOl. Amount required for salary of ma tron and other employes, $1,5i0. All other expenses, $7. Total, $3,777. HOME OF 1'RIENW.ES.S Repair of buildings and care of grouuds, $1 000 Amount required for employes, $50 Total, $1,050. KXl'KNSK OK NEW 1HM lMiES. j Hunt and Fariow bridge, four m ks southwest of Richmond, $10, 340. Thompson bridge, near E!khorn mills. Uoittsn township, $t, 320. Mud Creek bridge, Robeits' fold, Franklin township, $1.05i. Jess Townsend b Mge, Franklin township. $1,730.' Bethel and Hollandsburg bridge, $1,050. Mt. Vernon road bridge, Pyleford, Franklin township, $1,C50. Wi'low Grove, Center township, $5 316. PaaUn bridge, Webster township, $l,o25. Price bridge. Greene vOvvnshij, $1.05 Nett'e Creek t ridge, Da': ton town shin, $1,381. Linderman bridge, Clay township, $1,0 5. Nannie Oler bridge, clay township. $1,431. Gtcenstroet bridge, Perry town ship, $3,300. lotal expense of new fridges, $3, 728. EXPENSE OF IJRIIKiE REPAIRS. Ryan bridge on Union pike, Wayne township, $581. John M. Snyder bridge, Abington township, $010. i Frank Wallace bridge, 21 miles south of Milton, $874. ; Bethel church bridtre, $700. General repairs, $3,000. 1 otal, $5,705. COM M IKS ION ERS' COI'RT. Salary of commissioners, $1,500. Other expenses. $55. Total, $1,555. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Salary, $500. KOARIt OK HEALTH. Salary of secretary, 470. Other expenses, $50. Total, $520. REPAIRS OK ROAOS. National road. 16 miles, $2,875. Middleboro pike, 4 miles, $180. Richmond aud Fountain City, 10 miies, $I,t40. Arba pike, 8 miles, $060. Richmond and Williamsburg, 12 miles, $1,520. Union pike, 'A miles, $400. Boston pike, 7 miles, $1,400. Liberty pike, miles, $010. M ilton and uentouville, - miles, j.-IM New Paris pike, 3 miles, $400. Straight Liue pike, 3J miles, $500. Centerville, Williamsburg and Bloomingsport, 12 miles, $1,500. Ilagerstown, Washington and Richmond, $100 Economy and Washington, $625 Ilagerstown and Dalton, $650. Ilagerstown and Franklin, $600. West River pike. $400. New Castle and Ilagerstown, $200. New Castle and Dublin, $150. Milton and Connersville pike, $500. lotal expense of gravel road re pair, $17,310. EXPENSE OF ELECTIONS. Inspectors, judges, clerks, sheriffs, booths, election boards and other expenses, $3,111.35. I County indebtedness. S35.000. Interest due during the year $16,580.70. i Expense of insane hospital, $350. I choice patterns, at Sl.00 Institution for deaf and dumb, $30. School for feeble-minded youth,$60. Reform school for boys, $600. Reform school for girls, $30. Expense of publication of delin quent tax list and other advertising, $4ti5. Expense of Board of Review, $300. Experse of poor, $10,50. li ardin prisoners at jail and Home of Friendless, $4,000. County institute, $100. Soldiers burial, $500. Telephone, $240. Location roads and highways, $50. Coroner, per diem. $400. Inquest expense, $4tt0. Persons attending state meetinsrs, $1,320. The appropriations will be asked from the county council in Septem ber. Extra fancy (m and tip top melons. Every o e gutranteecl swept. MEYER BliO. $158 buys August sale. $3 worth of clothe' Railroad Store. FKO.H TilK CAPKAh bome r Uin Thuttn That Are At- tract ins Current Attention. Iliili;Ui;ilN.lis, Auj;. lti. A new and imoortaiit rtde in regard to eorre blHiudeiic? had bceu Inaugurated at the governor s otliee. It Is a rule tnat will help to vqe away the impression in certain localities that Uovernor Iur 1 biu Is an arisHK-mt aud the reprvsenta I tive in ollice of the privile;d classes. The now rule is that every letter re ceived at the orhce shall le answered, and In n kind and courteous manner. Of course answers have lieen kind and courteous hereti fore, but it has not always lneu thought uvceasary to an swer every letter. Governor Ilurbin thinks that every missive brought to him by I'ncle Sam Is worthy of re ply. It frequently hajtiiens that the request of the writer cannot lo grant ed. If so the letter is written explain ing why. A good many letters re ceived at the governor's oltiee are from little t"t. All such letters are an swered its carefully as the letters of Rrown-tii- persons, and a letter press copy of every letter sent out of the ollice is preserved for rciereuce. John W. Kern, the last Ikmiooratle candidate for governor, is Koiii! around with a very black eye these iays. He .iends a jrood part of his time at die Grand hotel anil one of the hotel's quests is Jude Willard New of North Vernon. Jnd.se New is afflict ed with eye trouble and one of his orbs is done up In bandages. Mr. Kern is asked altout every tive min utes how he cot the "black eye" and he invariably points to Judge New aud says: "That's how I got it." Alout half of the guests ami loafers alKut the hotel really think that Mr. Kern and the judge have been engages! in a fistic encounter. Mr. Kern under took to wash his face iu a hurry the other day and ran his linger into his eye. His friends say that should be a lesson to all mankind of the evil ef- I rect of takiug a bath. Postmaster Stevens of Columbus was here yesterday and called at the otiiee of Senator Fairbanks. He says that he does not know whether Col umbus will make u thin! effort in the next legislature to secure a hospital for epileptics, but the projwsition, he declares, has merit if only the public would view it in the right light. Mr. Stevens was an energetic promoter of tlie bill iu the legislature. Merrill Mores of this city, assistant attorney general, who is a candidate for the Republican nomination for at torney general, performed valiant ser vices in securing the enactment of the state medical law, and he is now send ing out letters to physicians reminding them of the fact. The friends of this law say It has almost weeded out quackery. Colonel Charles K. Wilson, private secretary to Governor Dnrbin, was postmaster of Lebanon four years and live months and served under four dif ferent presidents. This does not seem a credible statement, but it is true, and the presidents under whom he served are Hayes, who apiwiuted him, Garfield, Arthur and Cleveland. X Iteferenoe to k'iryan. Harrisburg. la.. Aug. IU. The Dem ocratic state convention yesterday nominated Judge Harman Yerkes of iHiylestown for supreme court and Representative Andrew J I'alm of Meadville for state treasurer. The platform makes no reference to Wil liam J. ISryan or national affairs, le ing confiiHsl entirely to state issues. Another Vessel Available. Washington. Aug. PL The navy de partment has been informed of the arrival of the protected cruiser I'hila delphal at San Francisco from Samoa. The arrival of the Philadelphia ren ders available another vessel for ser vice at the Isthmus of Panama In the event it is d-emed necessary to make a naval demonstration there. train KoIiIht Confesses. South MeAlester, I. T., Aug. 1G. Bailey Lewis was arrested yesterday charged with being one of the train robliers -.rho held up the M., K. & T. train Wednesday near Caney. I. T. J George Ilrown. one of the men charg ed with the crime, has made a con fession implicating seven men now uu- riar arrest FOR 23 pieces choice check white gool 32 inches widr. worth 15c, for- - - Gents' Handkerchiefs, worth 83c, Saturday Men's fine fancy striped Hose, cheap at 3o, for Cbildren's fine Lisle Thread knee, worth 35c, for Ladies' faney fitripe Hose, very Saturday LB Ma JIM1 RAILROADING The nio Grande railroad In Colorado has equipped its loco motives with a novel train robber killing device, saya a writer in Locomotive Engineering. It is a means of playing scalding water and steam over the bandits. There Is an extra piece of steel pipe runulng up from the bottom of the boiler to the hack of the engine cab, where It Is flattened out fan shaped, the ankle of the fan embracing the front, top and sides of the blind hag gage and express. Another device of practically the same kind covers the front, top and sides of the locomotive Itself. Other engines have a steam pipe and hose Just back of the engi neer, where It Is handy to grab quickly. Down near the floor of the cab, in several places where they can be reached easily, are little Innocent look ing buttons that connect with the atr valve fitted to the steam pipe. In less time than it takes to tell It the engineer or fireman can touch a button and send back over the coal pile' In the tender the hotest jet of water that any robber ever saw. The boilers carry a pressure of about 225 pouuds. so the water near the bottom of the crown sheet will be at least at the boiling point. The amount of execution one of the cookers, as they are called, can do In a few seconds Is frigbtfuL Automobile Railways. The Austrian minister of railways has ordered an automobile railway car riage. It Is to be of the dimensions of an ordinary third class European rail way carriage, with 32 seats and stand ing room. Under the flooring will be placed a 30 horsepower four cylinder motor, with the mechanism and sup plies necessary to enable the carriage to travel Independently at a speed of SO miles an hour. The car necessitates the services of only one man and will probably be put Into use on the South western line In lower Austria. A NEW CHAIN STOPPER. Simple bat rfnl roatrhaan la irnttd by a WUruaita Mas, Michael A. Prees of IVshtlgo. Wis., lias invented n simple appliance by vhfch a chain can be easily ntid etTeet-" iely stopped and which can lie read ily released notwithstanding the strain to which the chain m.-ty le subjected, says The Scientific American. The device comprises a lotly having oppositely arranged oKnlngs. The eor-re:-ioiidiiig cqenmgs of the top and bottom bigs are iu ' alignment with each other. Those lugs nre designed to THE XKEES CHAIN STOl'i'KU. receive the unequal legs of a stopper bar. The two legs nre connected by nn eyepiece, through which a roie Is pass ed, whereby the stopper bar enn be withdrawn. The one leg of the stop per bar Is about twice as long as the ' other, so that when Hie stopper bur Is I withdrawn to open position the shorter j leg will be moved out of the spas.lie- tween the lugs. When the stopper bnr Is moved to the locked positiou shown In the gener al perspective view. lKtb of the legs will lie across the space hctwts-n the lugs. One end of the chain is nttncht to the longer leg of this stopper hai the other end of the chain being pro vided with a key which -nn Ik- inserted in an opening in thvend of the shorter leg. so as to lock the stopper bar In po sition. Thus locked, the two legs strad dle the chain. When the stopper bar is moved to open position, the chain Is released. - : One Fare Excursion to Col lege Corner. On accouut of the Pastrn Indiana Temierauee-Rallv ard Union County Oratorical Contest to be held in Col lroe Corner. Saturday, August 17, the C, R. A M. will sell tickets on that date from Richmond and all joints south to Cnttao-eGrove at one fare for the round trip. Dr. Clinton N. Howard. "The Lit tle Giant," of Rochester, N. Y., is principal orator. Parties tro'int from Richmond will ! rerteh Tollei'e Corner in time for the 'oratorio 1 contest in forenoon. Elizabeth T. Stanley, President Union County W.C. T. U. I52t. Tomorrow will be a big day at t ur August sale. Railroad Stobe. People's Exchange. A DVERTIHEMEXT8 under the bead 01 ' anted Situations, male or female belp wanted, lost, when not exeeedinr four lines, in serted free in these co!nms. All "ads" for real eatate nales, honnes for rent, financial and miscellaneoas wants Insarted tor cents a Un each Insertion. Storage Ground floor sixteenth ard Main. Varna Smith tf Lost Ladies pockctbook on Main street, between eighth and fifth streets. Return to this office. Lost A package of laundry on east Main street last night by Mrs. George Amsden. Finder please call l096. Home phone. 7c 4c 19c 19c 19c Hose, all sizes, double fine. 3c quality, r iQirgQQoin) SoOe We liave placed on our Harjcaln Conn ter i jj neru'a Suit at greatly reduced price. JPIite Cnttxlnicreti, ScrgeM and lllack Vn tin lulled Cheviot. Nixet run from 34 to 46 ..... $10 Suits leduoid to 12 " " 15 . v 16 " " 18 " " 20 " " Now is your opportunity to g-et bar gains. Come and see them. SEE WEST WINDOW. ,,. break-nans & Ores Utias The ioiaa-ou orrion S Caauaerclal Clab Bldff References to cured mm to jtxir community. 4'orres- cire puuueuce rofinapimal. Ball Tat. 2417. r "" -afc w.lilfcfc, Sot. at. ri" - rLAIMFICLD, IMO. Notice. A car of Gluten meal the best milk-producing- food known for sale. Leave order at William Hit i. & Co. 's, 10 6t yil Main street. II The Alaska is charcoal packed, and considered by experts the best made. Before buying, be sure and examine both. PRICES ARE RIGHT. t Gilbert T. Dunham, The Leading Furniture Denier.? 627 and 5a Slain Street. ' YOUR... RESPONSIBILITY might surprise yon. It is probable that you can borrow more than you suppose. If you are financially emljarraKsed. come and see ns. No matter how liar np you may be, it is very probable that we can let you have mousy on a basis that will lie mutually satisfactory. We advance money ou salaries and ac cept unindorsed notes. We loan on all sorts of small articles left in pledge. v e loan on many kinds of personal property without removal of same. Low rates, easy payments, fair treat ment long time. RICHMOND LOAN CO. . (Established lfkH) Room 8, Colonial Building Southeast Cor. Main and 7th St. Be me Phone 44S Ladies fine fast black and tan Saturday Choice line Seersucker Ginghams, worth 10c. Saturday Ladis' lice embroidered Handkerch efe, worth 25c. : Saturday Men's Balbrigflran Shirts and Drawers, all sizes, cheap at 50ey Saturday- , Ladies Gauze and Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants, would be cheap at 50e; they go Saturday ........ (SGDQmnilleir . . . . $ !, $ 8 acd $ ti lo, $ i and 8 12, $ in and $ U !M2nnd$lO I2 $lft ELECTRIC PILLS Benefit is Immediate and Permanent Restores tha Powii intended all men ahouM hava it it hat been wasted and ritrctioyod by Knvtwi, Abuse. Indiscretion of Youth or Ovetwotfc; dues away wii that Tired, Wrary, Keailesa and MU holy heeling, Nervoiaant Sleplss NiKhta.VV, , Hark and ltck of Ambition. Makes you feel . freshed, voting; avaln, and lite worth living Completely leouiitis tiia Nctvtus Syrstm..-ne bis is sutticiunt ta rnre most catws, and emmsh to prove its worth to the mct seveie, vl.no per box. or fall guaranteed cute tf t boxus for f5.on. Von take no t-lianres, ns we guarantee A bones to Cure In 3 days or refund your money , which is proof that we mtiMtcuia the maturity ol onr pntrooa. tie uuul, ia plain wrrappoi on rnceipt of price. EL1CTRIC PILL COMPANY TS Wirr JaoaaoM SratcT, CHICAQO ILL. A. ii. Luken & Co., (.() Main Hi. CliarleH L.. Map;av, 2UI Ft. Way ne Av. BY BUYING EITHER A LEONARD CLEANABLE OK AN ... ALASKA Refrigerator You will save over the cheapet makes more than AuU pounds of ice the first season. The Leonard Cleanaltle ia built with eight walls, made as follows : Outside wood. dead air space, layer of sheath. ing, layer of mineral woo' ; layer of water proof sheath ing, then the inside box, water proof eheathing, and last tot inside zinc wall. , Hose, cheap at 3.V I9c 7c I2c 21c 21c 1 1 i ss lnuur m m. buusii:U (TO X. ,h "'"T IbU pea; M) Cfifj eautia tsa taken agalawt Y h yaur valaakls) yi Pi papers. jg V for as lit! la a tZJtO Vf' CV year ym awra a cow part- TO S saaat la aar vaatt. This p4as Q iaaarea year impartaat deaar ? ($ aata against lasa by lira, W then, ar salslaylag. f f2? A E) A ii