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atb ,nf tie farden of the h fDiiere life it easier to Es!J.i Inters do not eat r f. nf the toil of summer, U'lpr. o trying a. many I Into have auppoeea. i L oeopie ' or" said nE t I work all the hlTnrk half the time fe-r&u .... nk5 Mnnon Route to near- merino h a. rata roclli "re one way); tick- FBr,tc ii on any Tuesday or U returning on . from K'U rstop-ovcr.-are.l. Wiale. Weia' ... etnrt (and f Zt i ff 8 "and 31; sg. 19 and 20. Call I1, ntof the Monon Koute for ;Smationr address Frank T a Chicago. Tti papers are telling of a good S at dinner table In the ital the other day by a well American woman. Someone I ... -1 . ivnrdivnrth. lunr story o"i Cat the bard was in the habit Qng out his stories at night and I V,o ha Maori rly mornm . ; ----- lit bis wtIe aDOUl u t -Maria, get up! I have thought U word!" Whereupon hie obe lm i rnnnrHii u helpmate ariwe iw-v..- LMr About an hour would inJ Hew inepuawuu nwutv n1 ha would call out. ... ni t hnva thoueht of a bet- k" Everybody listened and ad- tbe practical spirit oi me pei, k-irrvt-rved American re- u with a wave of the rose In net "Well, if he d been my a usua.ua i hoi- Aid. 'Wordsworth, get fre thought of a bad word I' " btinloni to tha ffMt aad North- watt. nmhfr 1. 15. 29. October 6 and V the North-W estern Lane iuni- k North-Western Icy.) will sell token 'excursion ucKeis at very etto a large number or points Vest and Northwest. For full don apply to ticket agents or itl lines or address W. B. Knls P. AT. A., Chicago, 111. 1 Wonderful Craator. Mlroe is the most remarkable h that now inhabits the earth. msversely or longitudinally In- feral parts, each part will soon i perfect animal. Turn one ln :aai It will continue to eat and !sc!f. Professor Trombly cut b two and placed them together ihape that he formed animals o heads and animals with two ilnirr parts and no heads! The :j la such cases readily unite, pitched up creatures go right 5 as if nothing had happened. Rita Krarlon South. e first and third Tuesday of each nil October about half rates for trip will be made to points in :b by the Louisville & Nash ilroad. Ask your ticket agent it. and it he cannot sell you ex i tickets write to C. P. Atmore. l Passensej Agent, Louisville, IJ.K. Rldcely. N. W. P. A.. Chi- Fntarprlalna; Japs. i diet voted $45,000,000 for the tion of railroads, telegranhs. 'let at its last session, and $97,- for the construction and nur- i! war materials and shins. Since h, 1835, JGOO.000,000 has been, in- tT Japanese in banks, railroad w companies. New York Mall press. low rates will h mai h h K Kansas and Texas Railway, pcarslons of Serjtemhpr int. ri 23th. to the south for fers and Harvesters. For m aDDlT to tha nMri I..! r address: WU Pr rintU.. iPeari ara a dim nt r..t v. Kuiiuin, a the philosopher. "That's true; a, most mn with large ears are ' bout It. and try to conceal -Harper's Bazar. are destroying watermelons ' City, Fla., and giving more "n the razor-back hog, since aot be fenced out idness Comes Better nnl..i..ji ... fcted. Ihcro is comfort In Va!ilJ,rtr my forms of RS,? atipatedcondi. Sw' whln tf,e pleasant T Thr1?1 ViZ- Prompt. L -Sf hClM Vhly bJa11 lur,. M beneficial Ny m I'"5 ,act at It la the .es,7;' Promotes internal f3ht?u,k deb,liatlnff the Sb. It is therefore 't Ton k y fi&D c aCtUb' the Call 4 2S "n'J d sold by I whh Vf? lhen not needed. I K but if l mSt Willful bTe ti v c? OI laxative, aQd with the '-rjwnere, Syrup of it Iar ed JSa and wlth the 9 01 The a re at KIDNEY, LIVER & BL.ODEH 4 Pretlco Whlrlt la la-A tnSrlcB kai lla II l Rrault. The narbers' International Union of America has taken on the true Ameri can spirit, which is tho spirit of per sonal freedom and dignity the spirit of working for wagfH instead of fawn ing for favors.iajs Ounton Magazine Tho barbers of New York city appear to be oppoBcd to Mr. Van Fleet. They evidently think that, being an addition to their wages, these tips are so much net gain to them, and hence to reftue, tips would bo permanently to Ipsrpii their income. This, of course, ! the view entertained by all who consent to work under the tipping practice. Hut It is a mistaken notion. There is no class whoso general income Is increase ! by tips. The Income Is made precari ous and fluctuating, depending upon the whims of customers and degree of servility of the laborer. Dut its perma nent effect is not to enlarge the income, but rather to lessen the man. Tipping as a practice. Is offensively un-American and positively uneconomic. It is un-American not merely because it did not arise in America, but becauso it Is contrary to the whola spirit and genius of American life and Institutions. It Is a system of paying for services partly In charity, which Is always Injurious, both to those who give and to those who receive; it Injures those who give In tending to create the austere senti ment that they are giving something for nothing, for which the recipient is under personal obligations; it Is de grading to the recipient because it Is a voluntary gift for which he can put In no economic claim, and consequently must pay for in personal gratitude or obligation, which always means the surrender of personality; It is especially offensive in this country because it rests on no recognized principle of equity or payment of equivalents. Tips are uneconomic because they make the laborers Income precarious and acci dental without making it larger or bringing any other corresponding ben efits. The truth is, nnd it Is gradually coming to be recognized, that the labor ers gain absolutely nothing by tips; what they gain In tips they lose In wages. All the mcnlallsm exercised to obtain tips and the inconvenience re sulting from tho uncertainty and un evenness of the amount of income Is so much disadvantage due to the tip ping system for which the laborers ro. lelve no equivalent. NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES. KfiKluntl'a ".4rqiilltlT IntlnrtM anil Jritloiia 2rlp Fnrly l:hlliltixl. It has always been a common notion that for the first half of the sixteenth century the French, Spanish and Portu guese had tho Newfoundland fisheries themselves, says Macmlllan's Magazine. Judge Prowse disposes summarily of this Idea and brings forward ainplo proof not only that the English fishing fleet was there In great strength, but that for the whole century and most certainly from the accession of Eliza beth, it ruled this heterogeneous floating colony in most masterful fashion. Spain was computed to have 6.000 snilors on the banks at this period; Portugal was not very far be hind her, while France was probably more strongly represented than either. Though no question was made of the right of all these nations to an equal fchare In the trade, the supremacy of tho Prltish seamen, chiefly from De vonshire, half fisherman half pirates, seems never to have been disputed, or never, at any rate, successfully disputed. The sell of Newfoundland, or Terra Nuova, it is true, was then of no mo ment. Its value was merely that of a refuge in stress of weather and a place upon which to dry and pack the spoils of the deep. Dut upon thla seemingly barren foot-hold the Eng lish adventurers, with that acquisitive Instinct which foreign nations and our selves aro Just now calling by such different names, kept from the first a firm and jealous grip, while In the floating and, upon the whole, peaceful republic, which spent half of every year between the desert shores of Lab rador and the grim headland of Cape Ray, our countrymen seem to have se cured for themselves undisputed sway. Ariutnta and Caha, It is not right that the Turks should massacre the Armenians. The powers of the world should step in and stop it. It is not right that Spain should rrudh patriots In Cuba, and this country should send forth an army and navy to itop It. Rev. Dr. Thomas. Victoria' Million! of Rahjorta. Queen Victoria now rule 367,000.000 people, a greater number than has ever before acknowledged the sover eignty of either a king, queen or emperor. THE CHURCH MILITANT. The next national Christian Endeav or convention will bo held at Nashville, Tenn. An immense audience gathered to hear Bishop Fowler's farewell sermon at Hennepin Avenue M. K. Church, Minneapolis, recently. The Archbishop of London estimates the contributions of churchmen to re ligious objects during tho last twenty five years as $100,000,000. The Episcopal diocese of Michigan has voted toat women shall vote in parish affairs. The clergy In the con vention stood S3 to 29 and the laity 34 to 15. The Fifth Paptist church. Washing ton, D. C, which recently celebrated Its fortieth anniversary, has never had but one pastor. Rev. Dr. C. C. Meador, and he has never bad any other church. One of the notable features of the convention of the R. Y. P. U., held at Milwaukee, was the review of the Rap tlst missions of the world, with a brief address outlining the work done and tho progress made. Dr. Arthur T. Pierson Is no longer a PreBbyterlan. The Presbytery of Phila delphia heard him, at its last meeting, in his defense. He was recently Im mersed by a Raptlst minister, and has repudiated the scriptural doctrine of Infant baptism. His position as to bap tism led the Presbytery to erase his name from the roll, although a paper was adopted expressing confidence in his Christian character and his general doctrinal soundness except as to baptism. IT1SAM0MI, ASYLUM WISCONSIN STATE NSTITUTION FOR THE INSANE. Efforts Mai, to Cora Krr Ca llrontht Th.r.-lt I. lhr.fur. tonden.d ou i)Jff.r.u tUn from 0tur ItatrratSt sto i 77 (Oaukosh Letter.) Hri WHAT la known as :ijf the Wisconsin sys tem of caring for the insane is at tracting the atten tion of physicians, philanthropists and people engaged in the care of depen dent classes "Xv-""- through out the country. The ordi nary method of caring for the insane consists in building large establish ment which contain from 500 to 2,500 inmates. It Is very common in many states to have asylums that hold 1,200 and 1,500 patients. In these great asy lums the acute and chronic are mingled to a greater or lesa extent. It often happens that there are patients In these asylums who have been Inmates for twenty years. It was formerly sup posed that the mingling of the acute and chronic Insane was beneficial from a psychological point of view. It is teacher is employed, a regular program gono through with, and the results thus far obtained give assurance that this may form the basis of a revolution in insane hospital management. Each day, too, in the main dining-room, which also constitutes the auditorium of the institution, literary and musical cxerclFes are had. being participated In generally, or at least listened to by the patients. Dr. Gordon, who for years has made mental phenomena a study, believes that if he can divert the minds of his patients from the morbid, vision ary and unreal images and subjects that now fill them the battle is won. Therefore, his whole struggle Is along that line. It is only fair to him to say that he has accomplished wonders in bis short Incumbency. In all his ef forts he is ably eeconded by his wife, an estimable and handsome woman, whose natural kindliness prompt her to many noble and alleviating acts among the fortunate unfortunates that the Wisconsin Northern Hospital shel ters. FOR THE MINISTRY. Tho Staff That Qnod Maa Aro Said to Ha Mad a of. Lobly had a troubled look when he called on the minister that day and asked for a few minutes' conversation, says the Detroit Free Press. "What can I do for you, Brothei Lobly?" asked the parson. In sympa thetic tone. AZZ2 a AfM-t ! Ill-IB BiTTI "Till i. 'if.., vi ,nif ,m NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. now not generally believed that the mingling of the acute aud chronic In sane benefits either class. It Is not geneislly believed that locking up a man 'ho has been Insane for a short time only with one who ha3 been In fiane a ong time has any remedial in fluence itpon cither one. The Wiscon sin idea U to abandon these mammoth institutions and to keep the chronic insane, the majority of whom are in curable, svay from the more recent cases. There are in Wisconsin twenty-two county asylums for the chronic Insane, which are scattered throughout the state, and two state institutions for the treatment of the recent cases of In sanity. One of these Institutions, tho Northern Hoppltal for the Insane, is located near this city. At this institu tion a number of modifications of for mer methods of treatment have recent ly been introduced, and a vigorous ef fort is being made to make this institu tion a genuine hospital, leaving out all asylum features, a true hospital being a curative institution and an asylum merely a house of refuge. The writer recently visited this instl- SUPT. W. A. GORDON, tution and was shown over the estab lishment by Dr. W. A. Gordon, the new superintendent. Among many other improvements made during the last year has been the introduction of a congregate dining-room, where patients take their meals in one large room, instead of in the wards, as in former days. Two Turkish bathrooms, one for the men, and one for the women, have also been put into the institution. Pa tients are no longer washed In the old fashioned tub baths, but are given scrub and shower baths and are ren dered fresh and cleanly by being placed upon a table and scrubbed after the manner adopted by all Turkish baths. The diet of the patients has been materially changed from former time. Svrong tea' and coffee are no longer given, but in their place large quanti ties of milk are used. Patients are ac corded a greater variety of vegetable diet and not so much meat as formerly. Every week there is a picnic, where good music Is furnished, and dancing Is indulged In. Refreshments are served after. The popular magazines of the day are much more liberally supplied than heretofore. Bus rides oro used to a largo extent, and are euppwed to have a helpful Influence. The disposal of the sewage has been materially al tered. Conf iderable attention has been given to promoting the comfort of the employes. A separate dining-room has been fitted for them, also a reception room for their especial benefit. Inunc tions of oil and massage treatment have been introduced and form a prom inent feature In the treatment of the Innane. A very humane feature is the leaving of the doors of the patients un locked at night, and the night force has been Increased, so that the ancient method of locking a patient in his room for the night no longer obtains. In the old days the attendants shaved the pa tients in the ward. A barber shop has been opened up in the basement, where skillful tonsorial artists attend to the wants of the houeehold. A most recent departure is the intro duction of a hospital school, where grlibmetic, geography, writing, spelling and United States history are taught Think of insane patients going to school, and apparently not only ac quiring benefit from the commingling and the arousing of thought, but ac tually enjoying it. A jrofcsslonal "It's about that boy Robbie of mine. I'm afraid he's incorrigible, though he's kind-hearted and seems over whelmed with remorse when ho has done anything wrong." "There is always hopo for a boy of that disposition, Brother Lobly." "I hope so, but I'm pretty well dis couraged. Last week I went up to the Inland with Mrs. Lobly and left him at home with his little brother. They put in part of the time playing blind man's buff and Willie ran into a stand, hurting one of his teeth. Robbie at once made an examination and told Willie that If tho tooth was not pulled lockjaw would set In. Robbie got an old pair of pinchers nnd after a great struggle extracted tho tooth, a fine front one. Ills only excuse was that he proposes to be a dentist some day?" "Did you punish him, Mr. Lobly?" "Severely. One evening he came home from school and had his report. Everything was good but hbj deport ment, and I asked him what was the matter with that? He replied that he had a habit of putting his foot on the" railing when in class and that the teacher always gave him a mark for that. I saw her and found it was true, but the young rascal had told her that it was hereditary and that it was the way his father always stood in front of a bar. Think of that and I never go near a saloon. Again " "No use of further details. Brother Lobly. I know your son better already than you do. I was Just such a boy. You must get his energies turned in the right direction and then bring him up for the ministry. He will make a mighty worker in the vineyard." "Well, parson, if that is the kind of material they make preachers of it's a puzzle to me why there are not more men in the pulpit than in the body of the church." Flfh EttlBff nia Maadow Graaa. A rancher, whose place is on the bot tom along the Willamette slough, be low Holbrook station, was in the city yesterday to find out whether he had any recourse against the United States fish commission for Introducing carp into the rivers in this section. He says these fish are destroying his meadows by eating his grass and grubbing up the roots. As the water overflows his meadow the carp follow it up in thou sands, the small ones, weighing about three pounds, pushing their way up where the water is only three inches or so in depth and clearing off all vege tation, so that when the water recedes he will have mud flats in the place of meadows. He says that while looking at the fish eating his grass on Sunday he got so mad that he took off his shoes and stockings and went out into the shalllow water and attacked them with a hoe. He slashed a lot of them in two, but when the drove became alarmed and made for deep water they bumped against his shins and came near knocking him off his feet, and his ankles are all black and blue from the thumping he got As for driving the carp away, he says he might as well have tried to sweep back the rise of the Columbia with a broom. Morn ing Oregonian. l'apor Talacraph Polea. Paper telegraph poles are the latest development of the art of making paper useful. These poles are made of paper pulp, in which borax, tallow, etc., aro mixed in small quantities. The pulp is cast in a mold, with a core in the center forming a hollow rod of the de sired length, the cross pieces being held by key-shaped wooden pieces driven in on either side of the pole. The paper poles are said to be lighter and strong er than those of wood, and to be un affected by sun, rain, dampness or any of the other causes which shorten the life of a wooden pole. II la Offaaao Overlooked. Kx-D. C. Commissioner "I want the beat room you have. Do you know who I am?" Arizona Clerk "Wall, I don't know es I do, partner." Ex-D. C. Com missioner (pompously) "Sir, I was once a commissioner of the District cf Columbia." Arizona Clerk "Oh. that's all right, tenderfoot. We never bring up a man's past ag in him here." Washington Times. The Japanese in Hawaii sent $10,000 to Japan to aid the Red Cross Society in the late war. Kanaaaar Raaorto oi tho Mnaoa. The summer resorts on the Monon Route are more than usually popular thU year. West Baden and French Lick Springs. In Orange County, are overflowing with visitors, and the ho tels have all they can do. Paoll, the county scat, has opened a fine sani tarium, which Is well patronized. The waters cf the various springs oirrer materially In their constituents, and are successfully prescribed tor a great variety of maladies. The woods in tne neighborhood abound In game and all the streams teem with fish, some of them having been shocked by the gov ernment fish commission. All indi cations point to West Baden (and the neighboring springs) as the great sani tarium and popular summer resort of the west. Cedar Lake, forty mllc3 from Chi cago, is a favorite picnic and outing spot, where the Monon has a fine wood ed park of nearly 4u0 acres. Tho fish ing is first rate. Noval Window Scraan. A beautiful novelty for a window screen is made of silk bolting cloth. This is intended to hang close to the window, and upon its transparent eur face may be painted a broad effect in water colors, embodying a border of conventional design, using alternately almon pink, blue, India red, tawny or foxy brown and gray outlining in long stitches of silk in appropriate colors. Inside of this border may be worked a design in water lillles, with foliage painted and worked in silks, the water suggested by broad touches of gray blue, with an occasional gleam of silver thread. These are but sugges tions of what may be done with this species of screens, as there are many elegant materials and combinations of color, but all depend for their beauty on the artistic make up and the rare qualities of their embroidery. llarvat Czeoralona. In order to give everyone an oppor tunity to see tbe grand crops in the Western states and enable the intend ing settler to secure a home, the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y. has arranged to run a scries of harvest ex cursions to South and North Dakota, and to other states in the West, North west and Southwest on the following west and Southwest on the follow ing dates: September 1, 15, 29, nnd October 6 and 20. at the low rate of two dollars more than one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be good for return on any Tues day or Friday within twenty-one days from date of sale. For rates, time of trains and further details apply to any coupon ticket agent in the East or South, or address Geo. H. HeafTord, General Passenger agent, Chicago, 111, Cyi-llnj Had Eaar. Bicycling is to be made easy by a new "house-to-house cycle-cleaning and insurance company," Just floated in London, with a capital of $1,500,000 It will establish depots for the clean ing, storing, repairing, and sale of bi cycles, and for an annual payment of $6.50 by subscribers will send peo ple to their houses to clean their ma chines, will insure them for $500 against death, and for $250 against serious personal injuries whilo cycling, will store their machines -when not In use, and teach them to ride New York Sun. How to Grow 40o Wheat. Salzer's Fall Seed Cataloguo tells you. It's worth thousands to the wideawake farmer. Send 4-cent stamp for cata logue and free samples of grains and grasses for fall sowing. John A. Salzei Beed Co., LaCrosse, Wris. In New York city the percentage of deaths from apoplexy has quadrupled during tho past thirty years. Iowa farms for sal on crop payments. 10 per cent cash. balance crop yearly un til paid for. J. MULHALL, Waukegaa, UL The sting of a waep is eased by rub bing on the wound a slice of a freshly cut onion I believe my prompt tine of Piao's Cure prevented quick consumption. Mrs, Lucy Wallace, Marquette, Kens., Dec. 12, 'V5. A man with the hay fever has dou bled his affliction by marrying a gross widow. Ball' Catarrh Core Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c Reading makes a full man, conversa tion a ready man, and writing an exact man. If tbo Ilaby ta Catting Teeth. ) tun aad ana that old and wall-trlod rvmrdr. M Wwauiw'a Sootbin htmvr for CbiUraa Twitting. Give because you love to give as tbe flower pours forth its perfume. Haaromam'a Camphor teo with Glywerln. Curaa I'bappad Hand and Fara, Tender or Hon r aot, CaUbUlaa, 1'liM. Ao. C. U. Clark Co.. Maw Uaraa. Ck The chief source of self-happiness Is the act of making others happy. FITS ptopped trr and permanently eared. BUalbrr or day' wwof Dr. Kllna'aUreat Korre Iteatorer. Free 9i trial buttle ami t reatiM. Head ta Da. Kuaa, ftU Area IU ruilaOelphla, Pa. Religion is the best armor a man can have, but It Is the worst cloak. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. It speedily relieves Irregu larity,' iTirprcssed or painful men struations, weakness of the stomach. Indigestion, bloating', leucorrheca, womb trouble, flooding, nervous pros tration, headache, pencral debility, etc. Symptoms of Womb Troubles are dizziness, faintness, extreme lassi tude, "dont care and want-to-bc-left-alone H feelings, excitability. Irri tability, nervousness, sleeplessness, flatulency, melancholy, or tho blues," and backache. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will correct all this trouble as sure as the sun shines. That Bearing-down Feeling, cr" jnp pain, weight, and backache, is Lcantly relieved and permanently cured by ita use. It is wonderful for Kidney Complaints in either sex. (loot Newa frone Sooth Dakota. The glorious results of this season's harvest of golden grain will pour a stream of sound money into the pock ets of every Dakota farmer. South Dakota has thousands of acres of choice farming and ranch land lying cast of the Missouri river, and within one day's rldo from Chicago or Milwau kee which can now be bought reason ably cheap, but which before the end of another year may be advanced in price. The stock raising industry In boutn Dakota is profitable, and eastern capi tal is now being Invested In cattle and sheep growing In that state. Diversified farming, the growing or live stock, and the products of the dairy, are placing South Dakota fore most In the ranks of tbe successful western states. Those desiring full information on the subject, and particularly those who wish to seek a new home or purcnase land, are requested to correspond with W. E. Powell, General Immigration Agent. 410 Old Colony Building. Chica go, 111., or H. F. Hunter, Immigration Agent for South Dakota, 295 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. Womaa aa a Tollre Officer. The new woman has advanced a step. Mayor Doran of St. Paul, Minn., has appointed Mrs. S. V. Root, who is prominent In society, as a special po lice officer, possessing full power to make arrests. Mrs. Root will not pa trol a beat, nor will she look after the property of any person, yet she will wear a star. She desired the appoint ment to aid her work in connection with the rescue home and Institution for tho reformation of fallen women, with which she has long been connect ed. She thinks that as soon as It is generally known that she has police authority she will be treated with more consideration by people with whom Bhe comes in contact. The apptaa Way. The famous Appian Way, mentioned by almost every Roman writer, con nected tbe Eternal City with all parts of South Italy. For many milts from Rome the space on each side was filled with sepulchers, many oi them of per sons distinguished In history. To have a sepulcber on the Applan Way was equivalent to being burled la Green wood in New York, or Pere la Chaise In Paris. Among the voters registered In Av on dale, Ohio, recently was Tho' maa Anderson, colored, aged 105. He knew, because his mother told hhn he was 69 when Abe Lincoln was elected. "Pretty Pretty en Poll She's Just "poll parroting." There's no prettines in pills, except on the theory of "pretty is that pretty does." Ia that case ahe'a right. Ayer's Pills do cure biliousness, constipation, and all liver troubles. w. N.U. chicaoo.vol.xi.no. an . ...--x When": Answerin AdvertisementJ IGiJjr IBM Mention This Paoer. OKOBCf 1 1 HI I ot r .oo' -tt A. " - inn farli q" MR 0) "A Bicycle Built for Two." Five cents' worth of "BATTLE AX" will serve two chewers just about as long as 5 cents' worth of other brands will serve one man. This is because a 5 cent piece of "BATTLE AX" is almost as large as the 10 cent piece of other high grade brands (jgbQ Q q- q CCO Yom Know Col tuiim lb I a You think you'll save a few dollars at the start in cheaper bicycle buying perhaps J'ou get what you pay for, but you don't get a lundred dollars' worth the real value is in the cost at the end of the year the best costs less, lasts longer, doesn t bother you while it lasts certainty is always worth its price. Columbia Catalogue, free at our agencies by mad for two 2-cent stamps. Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Conn. HH HARVEST I IIMIIIIrJ I 13 1( II II 1ST II II II luMI TO THE FARM LANDS AND PRINCIPAL CITIES OP THE llfest, Noithivesf and Southivosf The Burllngtsn Route and many eastern railroads will sell Excursion Tickets at VERY LOW ROUND-TRIP RATEO August 4, 13, September 1, 15, 29 and October 6, 20 Take thle opportunity to o and see the splendid crop that Nebraeka Northern Kansas and other Western eectlone have produoed this yea Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars, and see that your tloki reade via the) BURLINGTON ROUTE. Send to tho undoretsnod for e pamphlet (no charge) about Western Farm Lands. P. G. EUSTIS, Central Passenger Agent, CHICAGO, IU .' Binffhamton. N.Y.