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Senator Norn.an A. Knuds on anil Mi -s
iirie Josephine Bleser were married
St. Bonifatv par.-ouage on Tuesday,
midday, The Iv idea-id groom took
e vows which made tlm m man and
,fe before the Ret Father riel. Among
use those who Vi ne.-sed the and >l'tract
ere the families at relatives of the
ung couple find the b I, \ving on I of
wn persons:
Joseph Dftvull :ftid wife, Miss Leon
eger. Msister Htau!-v Seeger. George
ivail and wife, am Miss Leona Head.
Kewaunee; Louis Arnold, of Milwatt
e. Anton Knnd-' u and family of She
tygaii, Mrs. Benoit and Miss Barbara
diaeffsr of Anpletc.n.
Tlic bride was dressed in white silk
ope and carried American beauty
ses, her maid. Mi- Harriet Bleser
urea dress of white organdie and a
iffon hat After the ceremony the
;wlv married pair parti ok of breakffist
the home of Mrs. Bleser. and then
ft for a brief wedding trip south amid
ie well wishes of fill their friends.
Judge Anderson entertained at ft stag
irty on Tuesday in honor of Gen.
ntasa Coble.
Miss Julia Wentner is visiting in the
Miss Alice Nash is entertaining Miss
lice Fuller of Appleton.
Miss Bessie Tillson who has bee* vis
ing in Sheboygan is home again.
Mrs. Henry Richards is home from
Miss Nellie Waterhouse has returned
om Milwaukee.
Miss Inga Gilbert left for Blair. Wi-
Mrs Tim Kelley and Kenneth took a
ike trip wtth Capt. Kelley. They are
ome again.
Miss Stella Wood is in Carrol. Midi.
Mrs. Landreth. Mrs. E. <f. Nash and
!rs. A. J. Kndress spent Tuesday fit the
Miss Helene Canright is visiting in
forth Muskegon.
Walter Schnette lias decided to enter
he University of Wisconsin this fall.
Mrs. M. H. Murphy is expected home
rout Milwaukee Saturday.
Miss Minnie Hoffman has returned
roui a several months trip with friends
a Springfield, 111.
Miss Grace Hamilton of Two Rivers
ras in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raine have re
timed from a Milwaukee visit.
Two girls for kitchen work at $-.50
nd 3.00 per week.
Thk Lake House,
15 Two Rivers. Wis.
I herewijh certify that Dr. Kntchin
as done for me what no other doctor
ver did. When I began treatment with
iui one year ago I was suffering with a
omplication of diseases, and often ex
perienced great pain. He has relieved
ne to that extent that I have only had
ne attack of pain in the last year. 1
lave not only found the Dodo" a pleas*
ng gentleman, but also a man who
loes all he promises and even more.
Wm. H. Bailey,
West Bend, Wis.
Dr. Kntchin will be at “The Wil
iams” August nth.
I, the undersigned have gone out of
Justness at Rc-ecrans, and wish to noti
'y all my patron* who are indebted to
ne to come and settle at once.
James Opichka.
F. (). Denmark.
fit 5 Brown Cos., Wis.
A gallon of cur mixed paint will coy
>r 250 square feet, two coats, and only
M-25 per gallon. tf
The Rand & Roemer HdweJCo.
We kindly ask you to call for prices
before purchasing ronr supplies for the
coming season. We are better prepared
than any previous year to supply your
wants promptly. tf
The Rand & Roemer Hdw e Cf
Miss Julia lift; of Green Bay is a
gu *sf at ;b ■ h eof Dr. J. A. Roberts.
Miss Ella R: tV ack left for Milwau
kee on a Saturday.
Mrs. E. I.- Kelley is in Madison.
Aligns* Porn of Collins and M ss Min
nie Save of New ton were married Fri
Joseph Vilas. Jr., and wife have re
turned from Aigoma.
Miss .To-oplnne Totm k and Miss Emma
Ratnpf of Two Rivers were in the city
Mrs. Max Ruhr and children have re
turned from a Milwaukee visit.
Miss Birdie Johnson of Chicago is a
guest of friends in the city.-
Miss Amanda Larson i-d home from
Miss Faye Landreth is visiting in Chi
Francis and H- nry Murphy went to
Sheboygan last Friday to attend a parti
given by Mrs. Dennett in honor of Mil
waukee guests who were visiting at the
Dennet home.
Miss Cora Johnson is in Milwaukee.
Mrs. William Lneps is in Milwaukee.
Stephen J McMahon lias decided lo
enter the university next fall.
Prof. Evans is in Fairchild.
Miss Clara John is home from Wau
Wm. M. Rueech of Marinette is in the
Miss Bertha Wegfiwth of Brillhm was
down for a day.
Miss Minnie Schmidtuian was in She
Mrs. L. J. Nash is in Tacoma.
Louis Seinin'z entertained friends on
Monday. It was his birthday.
Ed L Kelley was in Green Bay over
J. H. Keith was in Sheboygan on
Dr. Patchen was in Sheboygan on
Tuesday on professional business.
Dr. H. Banzhaf is to attend the con
vention of Dental men to be held in Mil
waukee next week. He has been chosen
to read a scientific paper before the den
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Urey and daughter
Emma leave this evening for Buffalo
where they will visit the Exposition.
Mr. and Mrs Chas Krueger left to
day for the Buffalo Exposition.
In cases of cough or croup give the
little one One Minute Cough Cure.
Then rest easj ami have no fear. The
child will be all right in a little while.
It never fails. Pleasant to take, always
safe, sure ami almost instantaneous in
effect. F. C. Bueistatte.
Mrs. 8. H. .Mlport. Johnstown, Pa.,
says: “Our little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live but she was instantly
relieved by One Minute Cough Cure.
F. C. Buerstate.
Farmers, get your rural free delivery
mail boxes of the Rand & Roemer Hdw*
Cos. tf
Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores
of all kinds quickly healed by De Witt’s
Witch Hazel Halve. Certain cure for
piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure
you get the original -DeWitt’s. F. C
Kerrigan—W ere Blinking ov nam
ing him George Washington
Casey—Have yez got Kelley's permis
sion? That’s Ch' name av his gout!
James White, Bryantsville, Ind., says
DeWitt s Witch Ha/,el Salve healed run
ning sores on both legs. He had suffer
ed years. Doctors failed to help him.
Get DeWitt’s. Accept no imitations, i
F. C. Buerstatte.
York county. Pennsylvania, the home
of many people prominent in stnte poli
tics, boasts of a white man whose name
is Micheal Andrew Jackson Donelson
Filmore Deckman.
314 North Bth St.
H aro likely to lx> used for Rlnzinsr Hj
H coffee? yon would be
i Lion Coffee 1
■I which is never contaminated with 3M
Re any tflazingof any sort, either egtfs Bite
H or crlnc— just pure, fresh, sir ug, K 8
Tliesenlerl packaKA uni- |S9
■j form quality au J freshness. rtSj
A blacksmith who understands shoe
hip horses. Will pay good wages.
Anton Graycarik,
8 Larrabee, Wia.
In the Himalayas people protect their
cattle from tigers by placing bells about
tlieir necks. When the wild beasts hear
the bells they leave the neighborhood.
City Briefs.
A Speed) Animal George Hill of Anti
go brought a last mare to this ciiy last
week, which Whitney Bros, will train
ftir ihe fall rac ■ The animal is sai 1
to be very speedy. , ; jpT, •
llis Brother Died R< v. D. C Jones tea -
graphel fricn 1 that his brother died at
Wilkesbarrie, Va.
Fined For Being Drunk John Dolan was
arrested Siradav on a charge of being
drunk and dis. rderly ami was taken up
before Judgo Schenian. being fined TJW
or ten days in jail.
Gets a Contract -Ferdinand Kirchi er
received the contract for calcimming
tl “ Third ward school Saturday and Ins
already begun work.
Subject to Fits ( diaries D. Smith who
fainted on the street last week, was
again pros‘rated at the F .Ir Grom Is
■siitmdav aftejuoon.

Felled a Large Tree 'i lie hug ' tree
south t r the Lt he building on Washing
ton - erect Inis been cut down and anew
cement walk will be laid.
Arm Caught in Boring Machine A seri
ns accident occurred at the factory of
the Manitowoc Building Supply Cos..
Saturday. The umortunate victim was
J. Herridei and as a result of the mis
hap he will be laid up for some weeks
•o come. He was at work at a boring
machine when his arm came in contact
vith the machine amd a painful injury
was the consequence.
Ask Her Help Dora Hen Irickso.i
has received a flattering offer from the
mayor ot Manistee to visit that city and
make arrangements for the owning of a
deaf and dumb school in that city.
A New Resident—H A Broadhent. of
Kaukanna is in the city and will take
up his residence here.
Schuelle Firm Incorporate.—Schuette
Bros. Cos. was incorporated at Madison
The capital stock is S2OO. oop.
O. <). Buck. Beirne, Ark . says: I was
troubled wirthconstipation until 1 bought
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers Since thou
have been entirely cured of mv old com
plaint. I recommend them. F. C.
If the action of your bowels is not
easy and regular serious complications
must be the final result. DeWitts Little
Early Risers will remove this danger.
Safe, pleasant and effective. F. C.
SALE, n;
On our entire line of
l3and|l-2ioff usual'prices.
Chas. F. Fechter’s
Tnll Mails of Keil anil Kven of (Iri-rn
Are Aon Occasionally to
He Seen.
“White is, of course, still the prevail
ing color for painting flagpoles," said
a flag pole man, according to the New
York Sun,’‘but you see nowadays more
colored ling poll s than you used to. and
1 don’t know but w bat 1 like the colored
flagpoles pretty well. White is. 1 sup
pose. after all the proper color for n
flagpole. The white pole seems to
stand up more mast like and defiant,
but the colored pole is more pictur
"The poles that thus far have been
painted in other colors than w hitehave
most of them been painted red, a terra
cotta red. And in my judgment Ibis
deep red is a pretty good color for a
flagstaff, lied is a good cohort o stand
exposure; it shows wear less than
white does, and so the pi ople paint T in
"As to green, that I must say seems
at ties) like an odd and inappropriati
color for a flagstaff surmounting- a
building; nevi rthless. a pole in dark
green may be a dignified and sightly
object, and there is one advantage p< r
taining to a green pole, nann ly, it
show s off the gilt top piece, if flu re is
one. to line advantage. I have in mind
one dark green pole upon the summit
of whieh. rising above the gilded me
tallic fixture indicating the points of
the compass, is a fine, gilded eagle,
this w'lioh top piece of gold show wig
very strikingly and effectively by con
trast wWi it - dark green support.”
It Took Seven Months to Make, nml
the CnrvliiK on It Alone
Cost SSOO,
Avery beautiful burial casket, and
one about as costly, too, as is ever
made even in these days of lavish ex
penditure is one shown in the ware
rooms of a lug manufuctuiMiig con
cern in this city, says the New A’.mk
Sun. This casket is of mahogany of
a deep, dark red. its coloring like that
if some fine specimen of old mahogany
furniture. Die corners of the casket
itself and the corners of the ea bet
r.T-tnd the escutcheon upon tlnwnp
of *t In* lid and the handrails along the
.-ides and upon (he ends of the casket
are richly carved.
The carving upon this casket occu
pied the entire limn of an expert for
nearly four months; there was paid
out for the earring alone within le-s
than sls of SSOO. In the getting out
nod pre.paring- of the material of
w hich tin- casket is made, in the eahi
i £
ret work upon it, and m the various
details of its construction tiiere have
been employed upon it from first to
last, half a de/en or more men, and
the 1 1 >t n 1 time occupied in it s const ruc
tion was seven months.
11 is an ndmirahie specimen of work
manship, the price of which Ls $2,500.
l‘nr Will CoiH'liide tin* Second
< <‘iil <‘ii nin I of the l( ii m-
Miuii I’rcHN,
On tiie 2!Mh of December, U!O2, the
Russian press will have tin* oppor
tunity of celebrating its two hun
dredth anniversary .* It was on that
i.ay in the year 1702 that Peter tin
Great si^:in* l l the ukase ordaining the
j publication of tin* first Russian news
paper, the "News on M i>! i I ary and ()i li
i• r Mat ters,” A fi w days In ter I in* tirs t
number of this official Russian news
papi r was issued, and from dainiarv
10. 1~03, it appeared regularly both ii
| Petersburg and Moscow. This lirst
i Russian newspaper, by the way. ban
Lutwi slnirt life. The news ceased to
ujipear in 1711, says n London paper.
Already preparations are being
made in the Russian empire for a
wort by celebration of this jubilee. The
Dihliographienl society of Moscow
plans the publication of a magnificent
work, containing a list of nil the Rus
sian newspapers published from 1702
to 1002, and adorned with the pictures
of prominent journalists and puldish-
rs. The net proceeds of the sale of
i the work are to be used ns a fund for
supporting needy journalists. They
also intend to arrange on this occasion
a newspaper exhibition at Moscow.
Driioxllory for Money Tlmt (las
FiKlirt-il In F.iihllmli Romance
and History,
If Londoners have any real senti
ment to waste it should rather be
directed toward the approaching
demolition of the time-honored
though frowning and repellent front
age of Contis’ bank. The name of it
conjures up the thoughts of heaps
of gold second only in size and ampli
tude to those of the Bank of England,
is not foulls' the largest private
bank in England, and has it not a
more extensive connection than any
other with the “nobility and lauded
gentry?” To possess "a snug bank
ing account at Coutts’ ” lias been the
stock synonym for riches with all the
novelists of the nineteenth century,
says the London Telegraph.
"(Irent (l<*orge our King" opened an
account with the shrewd old Scotch
man who not only founded a bank,
but founded a family by marrying
each of his three daughters to men
of title. The duke of Wellington
was another of his most famous
clients, and Dr. Johnson and Sir Wal
ter Seott banked their moneys in his
keeping. The history of such an in
stitution. could it ever be written,
would.be far more interesting than
any romance.
it is understood that the building
will not be wholly destroyed, and the
most notable features of the interior
will, of course, be preserved. These
include costly marble chimney pieces
of the florid Cipriani school and a
valuable collection of portraits of the
friends of the founder of the bank,
while the dining-room is described
as being "hung with Chinese subjects
on papers which were sent to Mr.
Coutts by Lord Macartney while on
his embassy to China in 1703-05."
Interestlnwr Scientific Kxperlment
Shows tile Kfl’eet of l.oss of
(iray Matter.
No convincing proof has yet been
given that any part ienlar portion of
the brain is exclusively concerned in
'i.telleetmil operations, says Prof. O.
\. Stewart, in Popular Science Month
ly. (hiltz, Ibe most prominent repre
-dilative of the baud \\ 1 >
- II refuse to hclmve in the lorali/a
mi eveiWif the motor functions, has
lily published an interesting paper
■ outainimi the results of observations
>a a monkey which was carefully
watelied for II years after the removal
of the greater part of the gray matter
of the middle and interior portions
of the left hemisphere of thehrnin.
The character of the animal, whose
little tricks and peculiarities had been
studied for mouths before the opera
tion. was entirely unaffected. All its
trails remained unaltered. On the
other hand, disturbances of move
ment on the-right side were very no
ticeable up to the 1 line of its deafb. It
learned again vo i • the right limbs,
but 1 here v as always a eert a in clumsi
ness in Hn ir movements. In actions
requiring only one band. Mo- right was
never willingly employed, and it evi
dently cost the animal a great ell'ort
'o n-.e it. Before the operationil
would give either the right or left
bam! when asked for it. After the
operation it always gave the left, til!
Tv a long course of training, in which
'mil of lumps of sugar served as the
-•ewards of virtue, it learned again to
ive the rig lit. V
111 111 % I'll I lull I lint (noses No I*II 11 1
anil l*i*i*iit I*lll m (In* V, nrk
I \|n i! (lon-!,i,
A novel tin 1 must him fill in> ; rutin n■
•ns ln*i li ill\i nil'll 1)\ I);-. I*.ml .Mioln I
.1 Well-known I'n Ill'll |•! I \ -. i• 1; 11 .. Will;
WOlllUls III! II lllllU I'll II 111 -llll'lll'
IVicilmlt. i|iiii• k 1 \ mill without ea to
ng any pain in tin* patbnl. 11 1 n*l<•-
'lire wounds wire k111c*li• it by lianii
mil I his 11 pi* rat ion was not in 1 y si mu -
a hat dangerous and slow. Inn abode
•id. (Il.\ painful, my tin* St. Louis Ik
i In* m w insil*llmi nt rm. i- of
’orceps (it- piiii ln r.-, ami if ; <■:; , ( i
In alii, which nor. tain -a n n i* i :
ticlifl hooks in hi.i. i-.*i,nr w 1;.,i i '
i;■ t it I h . i i'..,i ii iin fri ip:i tit Ivm ii
n t in* corn* r-of ciiriiboaril hoxrs. A
light pr, sun suffers in free tins.
Nook - fro in tin sin r t h. aml w it iiln mi
niniiti* lii lm in lift and HO of tin i.
•an la* placid on a wound in such i.
mil n i'it that tln y will i (Tocl i vrly cl, - ,
it. The reason win 1 1 .i ,\ cause i,
Uiiin is because tin ir tii .i 11111111111
minis ortl.v penetrate tin* .pi. in,
and not thi lower lay trof ■ kin. Ohm
advantages which they p. - an
that they can he iii.-i'.v <ii-ii feeted
that it is no trouble in remove thin:
from the skin after the wound i
lirah'd. and that they h avi hardly an\
trace of a scar.
Dr. Michel has received eong r:i' n'a
lions from the most (list ingni-ln and
European physicians, and his Instru
ment is h< dug rapidly Iniroduci and into
’eadfng hospitals.
An Ml all 1 1*1* li -Holl r It ei* 11 it f I on.
I’rof. Arlini, of Naples, has just per
formed a remarkable feel. Some time
ago In* offered to make {l „.( that In* j
•ouhl recite the whole of Dante’-;
’Divine Comedy” by heart. His abil
ity to do this was doubted, and his
wager was taken tip. A select au
dience was invited to hear tin* pro
fessor, who declaimed from eight
o’clock in the evening until two
o’clock the next afternoon. The re
citer stopped occasionally, but it was '
not because he had forgotten fin*
poem; it was simply to moisten his
tongue with augured water. He won
ha wager, for the audience had to
confess that he got through tin* 1,1,000
verses, more or less, of which the
poem is composed, without the least
O. Torrison Cos.
* " l! ' fTfin II 11—| ■ll HI LBaiIjIUUMLI Ji-JJL—J-JUllli—L,
Special Sale on Corsets for one Week com
mencing Wednesday, July 31st.
On Second Floor.
eci; i \ a large to c of the host styles from the leading' manu.
facturers ami are prepared to fit every figure, and to snit every taste
ami purse. lon may think you do not need a corset at present, but
pause long enough to consider the prices, and you will supply yourself
for the future.
!• lexoGirdle, made of good quality jean,
striped with sateen, long waist, -Vbook. in
drah. white and black, regular price '7O
- sale price lOC
HENDERSON Model bust, short hip. two side steels, white
and drab, regular price SI.OO *7O
- *1 price / oC
No. .I!, made of American sateen, bias cut
seams, gored hips, straight front short, in
drab, wh’te and black, regular price 70
#I.OO. sale price IOC
Abdoiiiiiiu]. specially made for stout women
witli elastic gore in front and extra lacing on
hips. .Vhook, regular price ft. 50 . m
sale price M.ID
Hilda, made of American Coutille in drab,
while and black, gored hips, straight front
ii \ pvr.p'C Medium length waist, regular price "n
Alt. Ll\ , *I.OO. sale price ioC
CORSETS. La Heine, made of good sateen, bias front
HIST PROOF -earns, gored hips, colors white drab and
KL>I Mack, regular price fl.on
sale price / (SC
Thalia, made of imported sateen in white,
drab and black, straight front. low but, silk
flossed, regular price $1.50. qI | ”
sale price . M.lO
No. (ioi. made of fine jean, sateen striped,
boned wit Ii rust proof, absolutely unbreakable,
colors white and drub regular price rO
sl.oo. sale price I 0L
No. 05 Model Bust and Warm is Nursing
Corsets, regular price sl.(>o 70 _
THOMSON’S sale price 10C
~ ...... riTTiuc 1 >uad( of Amei • •
(lI.UVE IIIIIMt (ini stripped traiisvi-r si-aius, low Itust,
fADCCTC short hips white drab and bind gu 70
tOKMI J. lar price SI.OO, sale price IOC
1,. L 1 OOMER’S steam molded, made of fine quality jean, sat*
■’ * ' * een stripped, low huM cutir a\ hips most
CORSETS. de irahle for women inclined to lie tout, col
ors while, drab and black regular price TO
sl.no, ; ale price. ... lOC
St. am molded, made of tine imported sutteen,
satin stripped, low bust cutaway'hips c*j 1-
CRI'SCO regular price $1.50. sale price Ol.lu
, Made of fine jean, coutille stripjel made in
CORSETS. two parts so as to pn vent breaking on the
very desirable corset for stout wi 70
P, I). CORSE IS. men. regular prii 1 $1 00. sale price. I OC
M ORI I) •tich shajie, made of imported figured Cou*
[.ink for
RENOWNED. c*i is
-ale [trice
style I‘sii. imported Sateen, in white and
drab, regular [.rice r'J.75 sale [trice
At t Tell made of goad quality jean, ateen
■ * ll ''■ H) r
0 C ale pi lee. I7W
Hilt cti ire regular‘ii cant (•'•rset sale
IViris A .tacksuii Waists, r. -nlar price 70-
sl.Oll, sale [nice IOC
Owner Tlioutfitt I In* llnlilt llml Worn
All ll*r I mu*r I t*elh
A farmer in Kn \ county. Me., has
men saying 1111 i t hint's about a Uoek
tain! shipmaster, aid Opinh n reports
i few. Quoth tin' farmer:. “It Iliad
i lured man thaj made sindi a piece of
t'vurk as lie <li<| about that cow of Lis,
I'd sold him off!
"Why, he bought # a cow of a man
down my way; good eritler nothin'
•he matter with her. Itnt it seems the
aplain’s wife, one day, thought tlit
milk tasted funny, and suggested that
p'r'aps she'd been eat in’ spruce
loughs; said ih milk lasted like
spruce. And what does lie do but go
mt iriythe pasture i < watch the cow,
I o sew w ha t she did eu t.
"The cow was lyin’ down, chewin'
her end, and ho wont along and rnn
his finger in her mout h to see what die
w.'is oaf in’. Then ho was mad. Ho put
a ropo on Hie cow, and started off with
“'Where are you goin' with the
cow ?' says a neighbor.
“‘(loin’ to lake her hack to the fri
er that sold her to me. He's cheated
me, and I won't stand if!'
“The man wanted to know what was
the matter, and he went on to tell
about it. ‘She wasn't entin’ boughs,’
he says, ‘she was ehewi ng gum; that’s
what's the matter with the milk and
mikes it taste like spruce. And,’ lie
says, ‘that ain't nil. She’s so addicted
to the habit that she's worn all her
teeth out. She ain’t got an upper
tooth in her head. Hack she goes,
"Of course, the.man told him that it
was all non ense; that cows never had
no tipper teeth. Hut lie didn't believe
a word of it, and went on and bad n
larnal row with the man that sold him
the cow. Guess lie was never .satisfied
nbout it.”
Ilollnnil'* Yon lilt Qucfii.
An amicable arrangement is report
ed in Holland by which Willielmina
is queen and Duke Henry an obedient
subject two hours every day. The
rest of the thne the queen is a luyai
and obedient wife.
I. ante Lived I.adieu.
All the eight ladies who acted ai
trainbearers to Queen Victoria on her
wedding day, 63 years ago, are still
alive. All save one are married. Lady
Victoria Howard is the only excep
Non 1111.it.n \vis<ihvki.op
Ml M
Thnt rapidly <l*\ tt*rritorr>
which occupies the northern lia.lt of
Wisconsin is not new *i null to cause
the hardships and issitndes of fron
tier life, ami nut old enough to keej>
away the intending settler on account
of exlmrbilant land price- It i- in that
stag* 7 of partial development which gives
great opportunity to bring ittothe high
est point of perfect ion and prosperity.
Si bools, good roads and oilier improve
ments are going in. All that i- needed,
is a small capital Brawn and brain,
supplemented by push and energy will
do the rest The iron ore, marl, kaolin
and clay beds, the timber and the rich
soil, jual opportunity to the settl
er and the manufacturer Land is cheap
and can be purchased on easy t**ruis.
offeis facilities for the <piick and cheap
traiiHpoatatiou of its products and as the
I line penetrates the very center of this
v -t northern territory choice of loca
tion i- not confined to any one particn
iir locality. Interesting pamphlets and
a aj - fully describing tins oeaiitiful and
rich country can Is- obtained by address
Land and Industrial Commissioner
Bi’kton Johnson, Jac. c. Pond,
G. F. A. Gen. Pass, Agent.
Colby A; Abbot Bldg.. Milwaukee. Wis
No man is truly great until he is will
ing to use a small word when he knows
a big one that means the same thing.

Between Chicago and Davenport,
Arrangements have been mad ■ with
the Davenport, Itock Island Ac North
western railroad, whereby standard first
class coach* s are now run between CT.i-
I cago and Davenport and Rock Island,
leaving Chicago at luou a in,, arriving
in Davenport at ‘3 30 p. m . Rock Island
at 3:45 t>. m. and, returning, leaving
Hock Islandjat .3:35 p. m., • Davenport
8 4*> p. in., arriving in Chi cago-"a I Js.SO
p. ui.
With a population of 4, 790, 000, the
Argentine Republic possess 5,091,000
horses. It is the only country in the
world that has a horse for every inhabi
There is something uncanny about a
bov that can save

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