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M A. Ut e '. i '!ihii'r. The People's Savings Bank or BELDING, MICH. :t.,0(U Capital, $70,000 StockhoUor's Liability. SpffUl attention niien Uio SAVINGS DEPARTMENT! KOTHIXU LlKK IT IN TIIK CITY. Call and examine our K". stein. Vo troubloto show ami expUin Us sw.iUinK. lenilt ol flttiaml upward received and Hook gXyvu Hank opens for business S Uurd.iy evening from fl to 8 o'clock. For tiik l'Korr.K. k tiik People AND 11 Y TIIK I'KOl'LK. MOAii V TO LOAA' ....hy tiik.... ISvhlitiir lluililhiix m oii As.snvlutitm. To thoe who wish ta build a house or pay of your imirii'; or in buying a home already i 1 1 on ea-y term of nmi.t! ly inxtall- . incuts For ; ticul irx call at th-iv oMieo. There is nolhi dl' ter in IMdinj? for Investment than r-uek in the I -1 -dintr Huildinr ami L"au Stock of which, Series No 'J i - now open toaii A. WACXlHt, Sci V. WALL PAPER AND SHADES AT W. A. WILDERS Louisville & Nashville T)nilncwl "" liK''T CliNTKAi XlalirUlill, M.i nu.kN 1WI .NK LINt - WIN I'ER TOURIST TICKETS N-mv , S l K TO Florida AMI TIIK GULF COAST Write for folders, d.-scrlptive matter, ftc, to c, l. svonf, dencru' Iiseiisjer Atfent. LOI'ISVILLK KV. SKND YOUIt A1M1IJKSS to it. J. WKMYSS. General Immigration ail Industrial Agent I.OUISVIU.I'., KY. And be will mail you, free, Maps, Illustrated Pamphlet and Price l ists of Lends and l:rms in Kentucky, Tennessee. Alabama Aississippi and Florida. Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having EUREKA HARNESS OIL Uncmialcd by any other. Renders hard leather soft. Especially prepared. Keeps out water. A heavy ltodicd oil. Harness A' excellent preservative. Reduces cost of you- harness. Never hums the leather; its Efficiency is increased. Secures best service. Stitches kept from breaking. Oil s soM in all Localities . MllImfarf1ir, ,iy ?tnndurd Oil Company. Dyspepsia Cure Digests whil you cat. Jhl preparation c..iit;;irn all of tho jigestants ami 1 i i kiids of fjod. It pive.s iiit.M.r i iirf and never (ails to cure. 1 1, all .vs on to eat all Ihe foofl you wint. TM" i-nM. sensitive -stomachs can take It l'.y i t s u- many thousands of dyspeptics have ltecn Cured after even t hinu' cIm' failed. It U unequalled fm all stomach troubles. It can't help but do you flood rpfMl only ry V..O, I m:Vitt A- Co., rtiirago Theft, buttle contain:: !. tltta Mtlit50c. lzo Itching pile? NVer mind if every thing eNe failed to core on. Tr Doan's Ointment. .No failure there. 0 cents, at any drug store. inminmi vv nuu Thm Vlclona Latin Qoarti 1 After two years of life lu the Quar-1 tier Latlu," says Charles Theodore Murray, "where I got my studies of French character for Mlle. Fou- j chette I may freely say that It la the worst place iu the world to send a young man or woman If you enter tain any hope of meeting him or her In heaven. 'I have had much experience lu the vole of Journalist and "'have investi gated the slums of London and Liv erpool, know the Tenderloin of New York and tho 'attractions' at Berlin and Vienna, but for downright Satan ic ingenuity of vleloiisness and gilt edged debauchery you must go to the Quartler Latin, for it is here that Im morality is accepted as a virtue, and real virtue has no line of demarcation to distinguish it from immorality. "No young man or young woman can survive such environment untarnished, and many are ruined for life. That which, like London slums, Is repulsive Is not dangerous. It is attractive vice, sugar coated Immorality, which Is dangerous, and that Is what young men and women find in the Quartler Latin." How Coal XKa Flrat Named. Curiously, the word coal was In use long before as well as long after the commencement of the coal trade, with a meaning quite different from that which it now has. The term originally belonged to wood fuel and was applied In particular to wood which had been charred, or what is now called char coal. When the trade in mineral coal be gan, this was usually distinguished by the singular name of sea coal. It would seem that from having been gathered In early times on the sea shore, more especially of Northumber land, aloug with seaweed and other wreckage cast up by the waves, this peculiar substance was supitosed to be of marine origin. From this circum stance and Its resemblance to wood coal In color and burning properties it obtained the name of sea coal, by which It was so long and so widely known. Then In the course of time, as the new fuel gained upon and su perseded the old, the simple name of coal became universally transferred to it. Maklnir It Plain. A writer in the Lancet, says tho Chi cago Keeord-IIerald, generously sets himself the task of giving out valuable information as to the amount of food one should eat. lie proceeds to make the matter plain to the masses by say ing: "If you desire to know how much you ought to eat per diem, you must ilrst determine whether you are tem peramentally anabolic or katobolic. Then, taking Into account your age, sex, size, the amount of exercise you get and the temperature of the atmos phere, you should calculate the amount of food necessary to maintain the min imum weight of the lody consistent with the best health of which you are cainible." Hereafter there should -be no excuse whatever for overeating or undcreat Ing. The DNrorrry of Florida. Juan Ponce de Leon, sailing from Porto Klco in search of new land, dis covered Florida on March i!7, loll!. lie landed mar St. Augustine, planted the cross and took possession In the name of the Spanish monarch. In 17(i a treaty ceding east and west Florida to tlreat Britain, In exchange for Ha vana and the western part of Culm, was ratiiled. In 1781 part of Florida was receded to Spain, and in 17S1 Great Britain ceded east ami west Florida to Spain. On Feb. J2, 1811), east and west Florida were ceded to the United States by treaty and pur chase, Spain receiving $5,000,0U0. Admire a girl's hat, and she will tell you that she didn't like It after she got it home and tore It all to pieces and retrlmmed It. Atchison Globe. A common table sets some men a pood example it never crosses Its legs -Philadelphia Bulletin. Graceful Women A Dttlre lor Parted Figure It Imepiriblt from a Lova of tha Beautiful. The scent of the violet or rose Is as precious as the lovely flowers whose breath they are, and while the lives of flowers are brief and we can only enjoy them for a dav. the lieautiful woman cives the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing. The soit iragrance of a beautiful umm ti siKTcrests tiuritv. health nrol 1fr,na dm ia ihf t-ffiripineiit of civilization; an index always of good lasie and an unerring badge or genumy. BRAD FIELD'S Female Regulator In regulating the lunar periods In woman permits of no wrinkles, nale cheeks or tortured nerves and shapeless figures. It is Nature's remedy. The druggist may offer omething else and call it "just as good" but the meustrual organs will not be de ceived, and permanent injury may result. Try our Regulator, Of all druggists Jr. Our treatise on Woman " mailed free. THI IIAOFICLO RECULATOB CO, ATLANTA. GJL FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Feathers Meed Hfo fan. Never put pillows in the sun, even to air them, for it will bring out the ani mal oil and cause them to have a ran cid smell. For the same reason pil lows should not be dried near the fire nfl..,. iv..tln,r I if both tick and feathers must be washed, fill a tub half full of warm soapsuds, add a tablespoonful of am- w,,,1,uua' " .i? Yi 7 monla, rub soap on the tick, put Into the water and use the washboard as for ordinary clothes. Ulnae in several waters that are lukewarm and run the ,,, A. , . t pillow through tho wringer. If the clothes wringer cannot be made suffi ciently loose In the rollers to allow the bunches of feathers to pass through, wring as dry as possible with the hands and beat and dry the pillows several days in wind and draft. Hang in he shade to dry. It will require at least three days. When dry, give the pillows a good beating up, and they will Ik sweet and light. ' Colored Lace Curtains. The time honored fashion of using white lace curtains exclusively is rap Idly disappearing. For several years Arabian gray and ecru have been pop ular, and now there is a demand for net mil color. The madras laces in stained glass effects are exceedingly liked for country houses, and town houses riie taking them up. Some of tin? designs reproduce Gothic mosaics, as well as the glass work of such art ists as La Farge. A striking design is shown in a Moorish applique lace cur tain. The scene is a Moorish balcony, with latticework center, showing a suspended rose tinted lamp. Another represents a green iron grille, with a pair of gates, the curtalu being divided in tin middle to suggest the gates be ing thrown open. Sofa Caahlona. Pretty and serviceable coverings for sofa cushions Intended for summer use are made of linen, denim, duck or crash. Some of these are tinted and stamped to 1m? worked with coarse Ko- man floss and are finished with rutUes of ribbon or a heavv cord. Esoeciallv pretty are the leaf designs In the tinted work on denim. One pretty cushion of dark green denim has a design of oak leaves in a delicate shade of green. Pink satin ribbon edged with narrow preen satin ribbon Is ruffled around the edge, cord. headed with pink coronation l'roterta From Molatnre and Daat. Machine covers are "considered the best protection from dampness and dust. They are usually made to match the cretonne or denim draperies In din- ing or sewing room and may be quite artistic In color nnd design. Tho Illustration shows a cover of pale blue linen. The seams are bound A MACHINE COVEIl. with yellow braid, and the embroidery around the itottom is done in several shades of blue and gold. The cover and table i portion are plain. The skirt is gathered at the upper edge and arranged on the table ior tion. When further decoration is de sired, a monogram may be worked on the top of the cover or at the sides. To make the machine cover it will re quire : yards of thirty-six inch ma terial. IMnleaa Clotheallne. Women will be glad to hear that on Ingenious Inventor has fashioned a clothesline which works admirably without the aid of any pins. The new clothesline Is composed of a series of connected links, each formed .of a piece of wire, which Is bent upon itself so as to form two flexible shank portions. Those shanks are then twisted about each other and terminate in a loop. Clothes arranged on a line of this V will remain In position Just as well as though they were held there by pins. At any rate, so say those who have test itl this novel device. ' To Keep Sweet Potatoea. Get a goods Ikjx as large as you want It. Then make a paste of flour and water. Take this and some good, tough paper and line the box through out. Then If you want the box to look as nice as iosslble get wall paper to paste on the outside. Have the top to fit closely. Now set the box close to the chimney, as the warmth from the fire will-make them keep better. I have known twenty bushels to keep that way and not over a peck rot. I'lnm Saaee. To make plum sauce boll three quarts of half ripe plums fifteen minutes. Hub through a colander. Add one pound of sugar, one teacup of apple vluegar, half a ten spoonful each of ground cloves, mace and cinnamon. Again place on the fire and boll for half an hour. Seal while hot and keep In a cool, dark place. Qnllt For Con valeaeent. A comfortable quilt to place over the knees of a convalescent permitted to sit up for a short period each day, but too weak to stand much in the way of coverings. Is made by taking surah silk a yard wide and yards long and lining with a thin layer of eiderdown held In place by tufts placed here and there. Special Shoe Sale now on, City khok Stork. iiMMH- Hl Caprife and' Lurk. In gambling une thing Is certain, and that is the vtry large percentage in favor of the tank or the game. Ca price Is the only law of chance, and the results are as fanciful as they are unanticipated. One summer, the last of John Mor- rlsscy's life, a party from Washington " whom was a youthful attache of the French embassy says the Brooklyn n . ...... a" 1 . ""f ' , " 'WUI " V , ll'JT' cn,T?, if i" ? ro mtte n hundred do ar b 1 on ten, black, . 1uar 41lof The dealer politely informed him that ho bad exceeded the limit Tho at tache was Insistent. Morrissey, saun tering up. uo1Uh1 to the dealer to let It go. It won. Refusing to accept chips, the attmhc gathered In his win nings and rejoined his friends. Half an hour later he did the same thing and was again successful. At frequent Intervals he repeated his trips. Invaria bly winning, never once losing until ho had won $17,ooo, when his friends car ried him off. As he left Morrissey remarked ,to a friend, "I never tnke the limit off that the bank doesn't lose." Nevertheless there was a profit on the night's play for the bank. , Mual Wrltliitc -Made Kaay. Mile. Salle was In the eighteenth ceutury the most accomplished and fascinating halleteuse at the famous French Open. In addition to her other qualifications, she played and sang with extraordinary artistic skill and depth of expression. She once confid ed to Uaineau, the noted musician, that her ardent wish was to be able to compose and asked him to give her a few lessons In the art. "Nothing eas ier lu the worM' Kameau gallantly re plied. He handed her a sheet of pa- P1'" ruled for music and asked her to tnke ntT valuable breastpin and prick llolos 1,1 the lines wherever she thought propor. After tlu' l;'dy had completed her a8k Kameau took the sheet of paper, turned each puncture Into a note, de- termined Its length, selected n suitable key, nnd the thing was done. This re markable composition turned out a lively piece of dance music, which was afterward entitled "Les Sauvages Dans les I tides Galantes" and was popular ,n France for a great number of years. SIhiii'h .Mitred llleplianta. Few persons visit Bangkok without having a look at those parts of the royal palace open to the public. Here are situate the treasury, foreign of- flee, department of the Interior, royal Horary and the sacred white elephants, These last number four and can be seen by any one willing to pay a small amount of baksheesh to their keepers. Thev are rather a miserable looldmr lot of beasts, their mottled gray color reminding one of a highly leprous Chinaman, while, sad to say, they ap pear to the casual spectator to be only half fed. Facu lias a separate house to himself, where he remalus chained all day to a gilded jost. Formerly po litical offenders of noble rank were sentenced to cut grass for the sacred animals, but this custom has now been abolished. Straits Budget. F.atltiK M ii room a. In the light of modern Inquiry there seems to be no reason for believing that mushrooms possess any greater food value than other ordinary fresh vegetable foods, and in many respects they compare unfavorably with them, says the London Lancet. Still, the fresh, tender mushroom is undoubted ly easily dlgestlU . :is It contains car bohydrates, iu addition to some dietet ic value. This value is not comparable with that possessed by essential foods such as meat, milk nnd eggs. The mushroom, however, contains an un usual proportion of potassium salts. Few will deny that the mushroom U an excellent adjunct to many dishes. It has an nppet i.ing flavor, and this quality alone makes It dletetlcally val uable. Some Monaenae. "The bow of a ship," says a humor ous handbook of nautical terms, "is not evidence of politeness. It reminds us of a line In iiotsam From tho IsIs:'" And the hands went up to the nose of the boat, displaying a lack of irood taste. And first begun to pull at her stays and then to scrub at her waist. This, It may be remembered, occur red off the Isle of Rudeness, where A spit ran down to the bay. And a tongue of land projected In a moat unmannerly wuy. An i:ehnnue of toartealea. "No. suh." said Mr. Frastus Plnkley; "1 nebber sold my vote to nobodj'." "Hut that candidate gave you $1!." "Yassir I doesn't deny dat He Jos' come along an' gimme dat two, n' when a getnuian comes along an' gives you fob nutlin' It ain't no mo dan common reciprocity to vote fob Id in fob nuttinV-Washlngton Star. Foiled Attain. "You are In my power." cried the r Ilia In. "lln. ha! Kevenge Is sweet." "Hut." replied the heroine, playing her last card, "your doctor told you you must not Indulge In sweet things." "Foiled again:" snarled he and faded sway. Modern Society. Superfluooa. "Do you think Unit my daughter Is old enough to know her own mind?" The Plutocrat - With all my money, sir. she doesn't rieed a mind. Hetroit Free Press Tlielr Ho. Mrs Honster Henry nnd I went to the theater last night We had a Ihix Mrs 1 1 1 ii r . t (imcolab s. weren't they? I saw you in the gallery eating some Mitug tWAdvcrfiM' in the IlANNF.il. It will pay you. PEOPLE OF THE DAY Iluldulu Deulea Iteyorts. Evelyn H. Paldwhi, the arctic ex plorer, has hi an Interview pronounced the reports of diliictiltics on his ship, the America, during the recent Ibild-win-ZIegler expedition to the north as Incorrect. He says that any criticisms are out of place i ml premature at the cud of only one year of an expedition lit I J3 liVELVN n. P..L1WI.V. tho time for which was placed at five years. He nssrts timt he took only such measures on board Ihe America as were neoo.-sary Jn tho Interests of the ext. el it ion mid that he will pur sue his efforts t: reach the north pole as vigorously as oxer. Governor Fo;:d of Children. A reader of the Philadelphia Press In Minnesota who was inicrcstcd In a recent story published about ' Huffalo Hill and his delight in writing personal letters to children who communicate with him says that the same trait Is characteristic of Governor van Snnt. Sluee the old Mississippi steamboat captain was elected to the governor ship he has received humheds of child ish epistles asking for his nutegraph and others from lads uppioachmg the adult age asking for a i 'c on certain points. Inslead of leaving the ta: k of answering these letters, to hi; lecreta ry, Governor Van Sant i: :il.es auto graph replies and keeps up an Inter change of correspondence with many of his Juvenile friends. He usually devotes to tills corre spondence the time that his clerks take for a noonday luncheon. One of Governor Van Sant's convictions, aside from strict tectotalism. Is that a lunch eon Is an insult to a good dinner. A glass of water and an apple or some times a pint of peanuts is a hearty luncheon for him. He works hard dur ing business hours and does not care to be disturbed after that in the quiet family hotel where he lives with his wife. ICendnll'M Wardrobe. Probably no other actor on the stage carries as t.mali a wardrobe as Ezra Kendall. His change of costume con sists of an old style frock coat, frayed at the edges and a trllle torn, a still older hat, shoes of a score of winters and a necktie such as grandfather used to wear. To get Into these togs take him probably four or five minutes. He never uses a bit of makeup.. Just be fore fie goes out on the sbige he runs his hand through his hair two or three times, and he Is ready. Mr. Kendall Is almost In despair be cause his old hat is giving out. He bought it some live years ago In Haiti more of an old hatter who had re ceived It back from an ancient gentle man of the south in exchange for one n little more up to date. Since then he has worn no other on the stage. Hut now the rim Is off half the way around, ami he has to wear It with the ripped side behind. Setback For llerxl. Dr. Theodore Herzl. founder of the Zionist movement and head of the Palestine association, though consider ably disappointed at the result of his negotiations with the sultan, says he still hopes to be able to convince the lorte of the benefits which would re in. TiiKoiMuiK ittfnzx suit from the Jews settling In Pales tine. Dr. Herzl and Dr. Wolffs, n. president of the Jewish colonial trust, recently returned to Vienna from Con Htantinoplo. They rojtort that nothing definite was arranged with the sultan' representatives. The sultan, though expressing sympathy wiih the move ment, would not consent to all the con cessions required by the plans of the Zionists. The 2:ir pace at the Ionia Fair, promises a sensational event. ' Cl . wm?ZZ7.- . ru f SUakeapeara and Mollere. A correspondent finds these notable points of resemblance In the career of Shakfspcaro and Mollere: The lather or each was in trade and apparently destined his son to follow his occupation. The early education of both was neglected, and we know nothing In their after training that coui erred on them their I rfect knowl edge of good breeding and distinguish ed manners. Nell her of them was hap pily married. Each became manager, author, actor. Each produced a con siderable number of authenticated dra matic works. L'aeh was careless altout publishing his works, or. rather, object ed to do so lest they should be acted by rival dramatic companies. Plays of each were collected by actors and first published In a c tmplete form after the death of the at:;! ors. Each touched up or produced plays that are lost or of doubtful origin. Each disregarded novelty of plot, bor rowing from various sources. Each disliked hN pro.ession. The itersonal character of ( ach was gentle, kind, generous. Each had a profound knowl edge of human nature. Each preferred the Idea or matter to the comparative disregard of the manner. Each had a remarkable fecundity and fertility of production. Each tiled at the age of fitly two. Ihe Weather Mim'a I'ertiulaltea. ' I have Just v rved sixteen subpu-nas on Uncle Sam's weather man," said a process m r r at the county court hor.:.e the ctoer day, "and handed him sl Ucn half d ll.;is t legalize the coni maial that he appear to give evidence in that many casts and $1U to enforce the d.rect.o'i that he bring the weather records along. "Do you know, lie Is much In dc mind as a wiinessV There are hun tlieds of ci.ses. especially In the acci dent and negligence actions In the city court, in which it is necessary to prove what was the state of the weather at the time of Ihe accident, and obvious ly the man to give that Information to the Jury Is the observer of the local weather station, for lie has the records made at the time to show indisputably whether It was raining or whether the sun was shining. "Sometimes this duty keeps the weather man on Ihe Jump. 1 have known him lo give testimony In six or eight cases in a day and to earn w t ness fees far in excess of nis salary. I presume these f. es are his ikvuuI- i sites, and I know tint the lump sum in a year Is a handsome amount." New York Tiun s. TI. ' l'l i ioiiiIi lloeL. A s lioolte k h. r in one of the cl: inn ing rural suinu-hs of Philadelphia, where fancy gardening and the rais ing of "Phihtiielphia fowl" ere gen eral among the residents, recited to the class the story of the landing of the pilgrims, and as the children had been taking up the work, she requested each scholar to try to thaw from the Im agination a picture of the Plymou h rook. - Then it -.as that the little fellow got up nnl raised h s ha ml. ell. Willie, what is it?" asked the teacher. "Please, ma'am, do you want a hen or a roost. r drawn?" came the unex pected reply. Mulenl Snnlla. : A French naturalist claims that there are few if any animals which have a higher apprt c!::IIo!i of music than snails. Place o:ne snails on a pane of glass, he says. ;:nd ou will find that as they move over it they will make musical sounds sinill. r to those which ' a person can prdu e by wetting his 1 finger and then ruliMug it around a i glass tumbler. Compete airs, he points . out. have been phiycd on tumblers In this way. and he expresses the opinluu that quite as g.;od results can bo ob tallied by using snails Instead of lin gers. Oar ItpnlIle. The American republic must live. Popular commotion ami partisan fury may dash their mad waves against It, but tl.ey shall roll hack shattered, spent. Persecution shall not shake it. fanaticism distort It nor revolution change it. but It shall stand towering sublime, like the last mountain in the delude, while the earth rocks at Its feet and the thunders peal altoVe Its head inaji -tie. immutable, magniti cent. -Wendell Phillips A Tale of llerolam. "I wont for a bath yesterday." said an Auvergnat. i had-been In the water some time when I suddenly per eclved an enormous shark advancing toward me with Its Jaws open. What was I to do? When he was a yard off. I dived, took out my pooketktilfc and ripped up the belly of the monster." "Wh ii! Then you are In tnV habit of bathing with vour clothes n." said I one of the listeners. From the French. Spot Appropriate to Speech. "Ah. darling," he exclaimed, "as we sit together under the spreading branches of tills noble tree I do de clare on my honor that you are the only girl I have ever loved." And Just a suspicion of a smile crossed the dar thing's features as she replied: "You always say such appropriate tilings. John: this Is a chestnut tree." -Haltimore News. . Flraineaa. Jones Dear me! You say you often lav down the law to vour wife, llow j do you go about It? Hones why, oil you need Is firm ness. I usually go into my study, lock the door and do It through the key hole. There are three things about the north pole that have never been dis i vered- exactly where it Is, what it Is ind why It Is Call at IIannkii oflicc and get a premium list of Ionia Fair. Pere Marquette juisr? od, iGoa. Tralna Leave IU Idlng aa follow a: For Lowell, Grand Kaplds, north and west I0:(tt u. in., 3:00 p, m., T M.tu. For lonls 1 1 :04 a in., 5:u'3 p. m. ifc p. tw For Detroit. Toledo and Kant II :0I a. m.. 5:'.'3 p.m. For huifinuw, lluy City and Port Huron. .. . . . . H:b. in., C p. m. For Howard City 7:24 a. in, " .... 1 :40, p. in., 6:18 p. m For Ortt'iiville 7:l't a. in. H:14 a. ra , I :p. in . fl:3. p. in., 5:10 p. m. II. F. MO K.I. I. Kit, (Jen Tass, Agt M. L. OUTBHHOUT AKt. $2.52 to (CfoD(Effl(D) VIA Pere Harquette Railway AND Grahani & Morton Line STEAMFKJ. Leave Hclding 1- ni., leave Grand Hapitls !:.Vt p. m , leave Otta wa I leach (steamer) II m.. reach ing Chicago it a. in. Through tickets sold and baggage checked at IV re Marquette station. Ill-turning; steamers leave Chicago daily at N:4 p. in, connectingat Otta wa lh-ach with tin rn inif train for all stations on IVre Marquette system. ST. JOSEPH DIVISION. Three steamers daily. Leave St Joseph 7:"a. m. daily," Sundays ex cepted. " p. m and in:." JO p. m. "Leave Chicago ic.'JO a m and 1 1 :.'J0 p. m. daily, and 12:.!0 noon daily except Sunday. (rahiiiit A .Morion Transportation Co. jowt Be Fooledi Take the renulne, original ROCK.' u.OUNTAIN TEA Made only by MadUon MedU -i m .. Ai. wi. I Jf'jl keeps you well. Our trad f ( J nark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never ol4 In hulk. 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