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"1 NG BANNER I nWJVAAAUWAAAAAAAlAAAAaw,,.w ' i! V n 7 - , , THE NEWS OF-MICHIGAN. k I kiua.-v ci2MnAi slf.s. statu m:vs in imii:i MICHIGAN. lias an excuse for any tho toothache. rown people to shame to telling tho truth. satisfied with himself sappolntcd ij other any a young nan gets to tho front securing a job as a motorman on a k-V-y car. vjvyers havo no excuse, for going W, as the statutes havo lota of visions In them. man is in a position to teach men until aficr he has burnt his rs a few times. toper must think his stomach Is rit lamp, Judging by tho way he In tho alcohol. a tho man who snores loudest ilways manages to get to sleep i a slecnlntr car. a great deal easier to teach an 'row tricks than It Is to make iorget his old ones. Is a popular belief among chorus that It's Impossible to keep bald ailcd men from coming to tho front. ob tolds the record for patience then he never had to buy Christ- pnsents for all hli wife'r- rela- ft necessary to speak the truth Lines, and evea lies should bo rest between political cam- may bo method In a lazy Ldncss. He doesn't want to .es of Injuring his health by tween meals. irngo man s little troubles .mount to much were it not ailed for comment of his t them. Chicago News. BIICI Clnlm .l'ro(rnt Inir Special Chnrtcr DnnlitvA Hond $cl,oOO,00. The Mi. Saturday ; cult Coiim state of V In daiu.ig. of the re; the fpoci;i ture In lit The suit! Rumpsit f( served on 1 1 sran Central r;i!Iro:ul 0:1 'i';'im suit in the Wayne Clr- for ii,(:)(),0U() ng.'.lnst the 'ichigan, the amount claimed h to the plaintiffs by reason :il of its special charter at session of the state legfslu o. begun Is In the ordinary as "in and the summon will be l5ov. Wis by Sheriff Dick- son this wef'k, when the state executive will be in ifotrolt. The suit been expected for some time, as wlVu the repeal of the charter was made : the ci'unpai the state j show any, provision b repeal, th proceeded law case it w 1 . fRIEF DISPATCHES. I'V.losophcr can loaf suecess- ;ht of work to do give s zest Msts In making tho other wcrk. n :-n't a law unto himself I verb one for iustlre. iu of what a lot of work o 4 you'll got it done. ;y X inuto count, but don't L't mint more than one. Thanksgiving that one u staying qualities of a is the only friend t liable to give you It will iiV din i 11 tin'. it wii! term. (he legislature provided that y might bring suit against ir damages, ir mey coum 'cfore .Inn. 1. VM. If this 1 not been ineludcd In the lnnanv could not have the stale. I'.eing a tried by a jury. ible to try the suit term of court, and leard in the April Twc fach w; to repi read. 1 tleman Van W.J famine on the cJ up homcst would pay timber ck: right had 1 They wc low the "a tation, as 1 Ing for the include m; men bit a? the price 0 to gather a Chicago, S a goner" went. Thi not appear some time now return Detective "doctor." tending to lake sever; were pron capo officer of all profi Chase S. miss'oner, a, v V 1 Wm. 1 v J r 1 V 1 I I 1 I J -4 Ivcil Men. 'arwell put up $20 gentleman claiming! 'jrthern Pacific rail- . said the smooth gen. ; imed the name of Dr. LeonHas hopes for a cheese factory to be established by Chicago parties. William Shafer, -wealthy Uaroda fanner, dropped dead Monday of heart disease. Vandal? Invaded the Glenwood ceme tery in Flint and cut a number of ever greens fcr Christmas trees. More than 100 new houses have been built at Holland this year, besides three new business blocks. While in Detroit buying Christmas presents Mrs. John Shearer of Hen rietta, Mich., was stricken by death. Crand Rapids men are organizing a company to establish a factory for the manufacture of dining-rocm and high- grade chairs. The ( rand Rapids board of health has become alarmed at the spread of smallpox and as a rcyult SOU children were vaccinated. The movement of ore for the season Just closed shows an increase of G.SSD. o!)0 tons, or CI nor cent over 1901. when the movement by lake was 20.149.CG3 tons. Win. H, Rntts. of South CI rami Rhine, dropped dead Sunday morning in his chicken coop. He was the first postmaster of Crand Wane, lie was 0 years old. Wilbur II. Clute, one of the conspic uous ligures In Michigan during tho days of the Creenback party, died U many people Into thieves, aceordinj vim.-i.iiui 8. X HO C when loaded hold all tho way froio r 7, 1 '"wimj in going! r I'OO mile, as much as tlVe to 1 tiis have been stolen from a car. Harry I.ockwood, n barber, arrcsfc'l i'j nreaKiiig into tho Point saloon I jimuor, 1 a Known 10 iio an ex" rii. jin.i is out on parole. Wkwooo' r ent nave escaped, but Jn breaking i'Jthe saloon :fUv fiif lit . 1. 1 iwi Wuell Was tho ?i.f:in ff r. -.. wf before ink L. ciiainjerlaln, an Owosso luster, was kicked in the let bv one is horses and an artery cut. He lied from the loss of bloo 1 while King to a doctor's ofllee. nn.i M (5- f old son. Dale, held the cut. check- the how of blood till the .lxtor ua liTTTAnIcnco ml hell give V pi. Aggs fvslve cptimism is lil e a sur feit of candy. Persistent 1 ssimi.m is a (lit t of dry bread and vim ;. ai. That vv.iV: Is happy who is M(!!jeirnt-! 1 mid s '. That man wl'.i make' tthcrs l.a:pi who sullieiently C(iiceaU lie fact. ; Only the m'ti who know l ow to .ork know how to h-cif. It is as much . mistake to omflne oneself to one as o the. other.' Kvcn a a man may train himself ( sleej) in a. toiler factory and he an -so can .a man preserve a calm Content whilo the heathen rag3 about tim. in on account of the coal Mercy hospital. P.av Citv (if 'heart fall- red to secure mineral land, ure Saturday morn'lni t and It wanted men to take j uwutin n nr ..,. .- 11, 11 .11 V I n I 1 I 1 'Ml Missaukee county, where he was con victed of murder less than two years ago, died in Jackson prls.n Saturday from cancer of the stomach, aged ';. Win. II. Knapp, of Weston, charge's .Tames Mace, hardware merchant of the same town, with alienating the af fections of his wife, plaelng the dam ages at $1,000. Mace is in the county Jail. Large shipments of "suckers" are heing made from Saginaw river to New York. The fish weigh Trom two to right pounds, and, it is said, are sold in New York restaurants for white ns!i. A renr-end collision occurred on the Fere Marquette road et M ('Cords. II miles .south of Grand Rapid. Wednes day, 1 y which two pisjrem.'.er trains were damaged and several persona In jured. Congros will be urged th's session to .'Ui'repriate .?.". U'(' to aid hi the erection of a monument on the ground formerly rert'idedbvth;' military post on Mackinac i.-ynd now a state Irk. icve Riy J FiMie! 1. was have been ad claims on such land. It $1,200 fer the mineral and ims after the homestead een established, e told that they should al ;ent" to buy their transpor e could get it cheaper, buy whole party, which was to iny others. The Farwcll iln, each handing over 1 fare to Seattle. They wero the Clrand Trunk depot in nday to meet "Dr. Van nd start for the west. They v met, but tho doctor did The Farwcll men spent looking for him, and havo d home. ; have a photograph of the le gained confidence by pre e a Mason. He refused to I applicants. His contracts unced smooth by the Chi . He was to have one third ilxirn l'on ml rr. 0horn, state railroad com- .110 several years ago was Milwaukee newspaper )0(i;0 fir their iron ore ' '. . r, ,1 .1 tl ..!,.f ;n tne huon'.uj uimih.; north of the Canadian Soo In Ontario.; Diamond rill operations have been In, progress for several months, and it la : believe 1 a larg" deposit of ore has been ( encountered. The oiler to purchase is f aid to ccme fiem the C'.ergue interests ; and is o.ie roaon for the loan of $:Vj The di. overy of the valuable mlns , was made bv Osborn whos knowledge of nKta'.J arid wooder?ift enabled him, to penetrate the unexplored region and ; locate the property. To reach it at the time was a matter not only of gr-at Flilll. but roTiired also great physical, ( nduranee, and a masterful manage-; ment of men who?e knowleiRo and courage to face danger had given ouc. t( of fa W: In ea r new JI5.000 rink of tliA Rnn C'lUng club collapsed Christmas e K 11 o clock, being totally ruined 1 h riiembers nf thn rlnh nn.l ihn orn. had just left, and the building 'serted. Weight of snow on tho 1 3 supnosed to have cause.l thr till unllng township woman, Mrs, has made a sece3s of mail. La.?t week the township board d and accrptrd a road built by paid her $323 for her work, d Is a little ever a mile In nd Ilea between MunlsLig and irlous railroads affected by s of the state tax commission ling a careful and elaborate ' md it is believed tl ey will wn en the board In a bodv 1. and thus swamp the as that none can be given ade- itlon. 1 of Levi J. Barnard, of Rr- P. while oiling a feed mill, box. The box tipped and ;nto the machine. His arm was broken and mangled below the el low. J it would have been pulled clear e J iat not the machine broken also an :tcpped. The Sou i Haven & Eastern railroad has bernri,lie defendant in a $10.' ' 1 damage: s i brought by Andrew Oil bert. a irir.fr. He alleges that the con ductor ciiii him from the train nn that in tl.o udee one of hl3 legs v ;n frnctun 1 i that ho was otherwise feciioii3lyir;roa. Thonrs ll Stockton, of Flint, hx swe rn c-.t 1 Kvarrant for the p.rres.t of .1. N. v';!khlm claiming to be ag'-nt for the C':.: "o inter Ocean, on the charge A f b :ng ordeis sent in for sets ofi;;r;Ul'Un.i frcm $,1 to $72, Nearly i iy r.t tomey and. physician in tiie city is reerivlns books. In the Circuit Court In St. Joseph a $"',f,00 e:r.:,i?e suit has been fi'ed against tl:e Pcre Marquette railway by Arthur Ji rn.an. o vner of the Higman resort. The plniritiii claims damag e en the gr;i:n that the railway com pany did in t tarn the bridres over ti e Paw Pawifve-r, as ordered by the ecc- the farm o.V the store of MANY WOMEN V confidences without being v the fact. ipon attention from men tar ir deserts. as a woman's prerogative U) a!use other women. ! Nag a husband over affairs un irorthy of consideration. Trouble themselves more over dress Ijian over household affairs. l apo ijfthoh .xirfird it ... .. ...1 "Won't llnv It At a meeting of the taxpayers of the wot side of th;. city of Saginaw, the offer of NY. K. Part to the chy of .fl.'O, 000 for a manual training school wan declined. Mr. Hurt's offer had pre viously been unanimously accepted by the east side taxpayers. West Riders state that the reason for refusing the gift was that its accept and TTVl-! destruction of proprrt Ti.f ..'IViko is that of cutting dow several valuable trees on a ne Ighbor. A fire which started In Calvin YVhifTln, Manistee, Vednervia night, burned r-roperty to the value o; $27.0'0. It was well handled by the fire department, which saved the busi ness portion of the town. Merrill Day, a Pcre Marquette brake man, whose home is at Fairgrovn. was coupling cars in Saginaw when his right wrist was crushed and the hand so badly jammed that three of his fin gers had to be amputated. Gov. Pllss will be asked to authorize the employment of Attorney-Cen-ral Or en to assist the state tax commission until after the work of reviewing the assessment of railroad and ether cor porate property is completed. The postofhees at Purr Oak, Fdmore, Yermontville and Wakefield will b. made international money order of fices on January 2. The postofflco at Owcndale will also bo made a domestic money order office on January 1. An additional rural free delivery route has been ordered established to b-gin February 2 at Adrian, Lenawee The route will be 23 miles long, covering an area ot .5 fq-iarc aw Pawij vcr, as ordered I ttary oflhr. 4cv -.- '-f ..'-'r, v 1 1 s a - - " m 1 What you DON'T WANT Far You DO WANT. Sq3B What you DON'T NEED AmB Buy What you DO NEED. m.,,1 r,, ii, . ..i; .1 1 ) in Mf t wn school districts and also tho CtM,so11" I icne c e'.aling 01 lo lngli selioois aim in. , nn. orv nnnintlon of f,07. building of a large high school for all, " - , , TA . CM . !k. ihn nut it.i,. It Is claimed by Deputy Sheriff In addition to accepting P.uris oner ura.cj, 01 . kmi. the east side ilistrh-t voted to bond the j Anderson, who has been missing from city for $o0(m:0 to make the building that place for several months and was eonmlcte throughout, and the union' uioubui i -0 di-trict refused also to ratify this ac- .o rruL-ibly yon l.vi fur w .! li l'av' nif --iil' nv!i' ioi nn h aiii. '.('. an i .''VfTal firt!rlr ii nuf 'Hit ri 1 -U Ir i f.-r Ju-t Uli 1,.IV- WMlt AtO you wnnl. In t'fim yfii .ir,rl tt.irn lu'tlir l wy '( ' 'ti t a f.w citit.'. A "Want1 aJvc-itiae-mint in THE DETROIT EVENING I MORNING TRIBUI1E win 1j it All n-UrrtW'-nurU l i . :.r Ir. I ..th u! r. n Inn . T' li- ,(,.!. mt-lilik' l''.'M: cn- i '1ruiy. .r oti.-lnnrth liOKT ("nn .n ui.r l. ooit .luiili f (omhlmd. nalo-fc a Word, I (Ch with Order) J Trv ft "Wn'.t" J. '"1" FlH,J you .lil. Tli O-tr-'it Kvpiiin News an.t Mornlr.R THMmn ur In cv.ry town arnl Hlage In Ml'::i- Thm Cvmnlng Mmwm Au n0 Detroit, Mlchm do VOU OKT TUB Detroit Sunday I Nowa-Triuuna rilR-i' rratpt Fun.lar ll.rr? H.dntlful color rtt t. hft lii rnl-M-fliany. nr'lnl rtl'-l-. Utt nii, marriiflf'-iit illitr- -i inn. to ; 5 criil A copy. tlon. llf .(MlllltCll. Friends of Ira Pressley, the former resident of Peck, Midi., who has been j on trial for the murder of bis wife at. Missoula. Mont., are pleased to learn : that the jury has rendered a verdict of acquittal, aiid that he Is nnee more a free man'. Confidence In his Innocence was the feeling of !U4 residents of Peck, nnd at no time has any fear been felt that' circumstance s count he so in criminating as to cause bis conviction. The Jury was out nearly six hours, but it Is claimed only three ballon wvrc taken, the thvt standing ten tor ne- quittal nnd two for mansiauuMiier. Fresslev has written or ins uuciuiou of returning to Superior, where be was ihing when his wife was M.ieu, aim resuming his work there. The last of the assets of the Central Mirhiran Savings bunk, which went iy the board nearly 10 years ago, were disposed Of by Receiver Jewctt at pub lic auction Wednesday. They consisted of notes of the fare value of f-8t.oi)j. and were purchased by an optimistic Lansinglte for $331..10. Two Poles found a mail pack on the tation platform at Ospur, III. 'I hey cut It open and used the contents to ImlM a lire, by which they kept warm d urine a cold night. They admit the crime, but protest they were not aware they were breaking: the law. They cannot upeak Fnglhh. There are .V vacancies In the grade f nssint.mt surgeon In the army nnd little pnpoct of tilling them. The next fxandnntlon to be held In Washington 'M occur jiome time In April nnd nn nmlnAtion I now being conducted In the Phl;ii.rinr to till ome of the . Prices. In the streets of Menominee. RusseM David came borne from CIrand Rapids to spend Christmas at bis parents' home In P.utler township, lie was net feeling well. Saturday morning he was found very ill with smallpox. The family and visitors have been quarantined. Prosecutor Hart, of Midland county, has procured from the Supreme Court an order directing the supervisor anil treasurer of Warren township to col lect the taxes. They claimed that the tax equalization was inequitable, but refused to levy the tax. Through misinterpreted orders, two engines Rent out from Rattle Creek to help haul in a freight train on tho (rand Trunk road while backing up met the train at Denton, six miles west, going fifty miles an hour. Two men were killed and two were Injured. Deroy Kuney. of Madison township, has been bound over to the Circuit Court on the charge of aiding a state charge to lice. I.ula Jackson, of the Industrial Home, ws indentured by Kuney. It clalneAjhat she was l;i trouble and Kunev cA lived at her dk- nnnea ranee ( K. Warner, fori I Xv marshal. who. with Ceo. Row! -superintendent of public woil Vparoled from the Detroit honl oct!on bv Cow RIlss. niter soil Vacu um lling Rrewer Rnqu arrived home Saturday time to attend his bn Chase & Son's cand Joseph, burned Tue Fifty girls were emplo tory. nnd many of thei the ccond nnd third Sophia Mlntus nnd M fntnllw nnd Laura Dnkln nnd Rosle Krau Injured. Frcfe. azcV t of tbr i iiJifiln. las., C)., and Koilin II. Owen, a nt co'itraclor, all of Crani the trio, who, oil the night of it is aPeired, rssaulttnl CliarleS . (Pprer. x backinan. were nrreted Tuesiiy en a cajiias sworn to by Coop er, V' ;,sl;s ff ?", !') damages. Th-li reate-t volume of commerce In the buory c f the greatest ship canals (f th'Vo;ll i -5 shown by tho completed f-latlKtjn of t!ie trafiic through tho waterys of Sault Ste. Marie. Mich., and (liiarlo. for the present year, which ?r.ount' -l to 35.fi 3 1 ,1 4 G freight tons, oircdieg th.at of last year, also a tannc E-eaiton, by 7,o:,8,0Sl tons. Coruna's lo.-s by fire Wednesday was tl elargr.-t that ever occurred in that cit: The National Rank block, three f teles hi"h, is In ruins. Tho less will qua! $'.0."0'), with less than half that amount in insurance. The entire 1h d story was occupied by Co runna Comandery, No. 21, K. T., and four othe Maionie bodI3. Their loss is $1.00). vith $2.2vj insurance. Mrs. I.i-etta Mellwan, the nurs who alte.led Agnes Kbersteln In the 1'raser base last summer up to the time of Ir death, and who was one of the v 1:1 ssi s against II. T. Ren net!, now,. r ing seven years In Jack son priso for manslaughter, Is lying at the polt of death. She was to liaVt; been ooef the people's witnesses against I Roy W. Criswoid, also charged vth laanslanghter. lhere a. reports that four children have beci bitten by dogs In Siglnaw within th pat few days. A boy named M'.ilpin was bitten through the leg by yellow cur which got away before It nld be nhot. A boy of the name of icbhius was bitten In the leg. nnd thdog will be killed If trouble ensues, farmer came Into the city yesterday nd shot a vie ions dog which had beer) -i-Heiing people. In theNi,o's bribery Trial Monday Margaret Inch of the court reporter's office of I'.fidcr & Rrewer, Cr ind Uap ids. testU'.fl tint durim? McCarrv's trial In -llgui she was (stenographer for Will JlCiiriy. She testified nt the trial, nntl iil i.,.r employer was dis pleased vfii i,fT t.stiniony. She says be told If that s e would never get another jolin a i,PV ofiice. as what she paid dam.4,' pr other's case. Kenncdhhe uatdunan at the Rapid railway etf.,, t i;irno city, who claims toBve iJf.,M1 forced to hand over the i.tr-nts of the ofTico Fife to two rmskrl roliMTtf on Sunday night, has been rioted from duty pending nn investl t- en. slvs th(5 robbery was coninfi.Ml fa,v jn the nlcht, but in fear li4sat mutely In the office without gitR an alarm until tho car men came .tiwork Monday morning. An elderly hni wline mnw j4 un. known. buMi0 j.jvos Juunp ot Crandall. Isli rrorizi n- people In Mar shall nnd vl uiijr, .,nrold a tnle of woo, snyl : uifo nnij djmtrr died t wo yob . n?0i nnil n Woinan de ceived nnd v hhn u lhcn nsk. In n terrorW :? nj wi.Mher lie md better ivi i!m..,, A- th. uAv. 1 mull torn Ire ft wompn ti0 tely n?ksnorKl nnJ selJom Host rdc; origin. V tho lgncoL, rocks. The. been derive. largely, thro Ing down of .1 the sedlmeiAl limestone air iargo portIon,l spoken of aa Ing by the ttS 1 , . . 1 Havo Deen a, ci rock. If thl3J farther It might" are .sometimes may be either td upon whether tr derived directly rocks. If they h i directly from tho i' will be peconiiary, icon uenvea by tl f the sedimentary Known as tenia-' uon i spea'l of t: tlio fact thurt uiation of mh oidiCed or r. ieau or the t scientific app C'ays may I. "to two class iii'l transporte we that results ttoa of a rock i; -n-rai a thousan tunnern part j.tcted to the atmospheric la. mciti for an Indefinite term of yiai and you will have the rocks broljen down into a loose earthy mass. The rain water seeps into tho rock tn ' Jie breaking down of that re 'i 1 v-ply means that certain constitjei ele ments arc separated from t: 0 I ser ais which compose that rex k are carried off by the undcrgrou; d That part of the rock which -ret tins is known as a residual clay, ;iro led do e v " a S i tho rock originally contains constituent. In a great many cases the 1 tides that have been broken different rocks which cover faco of the earth are pick the water which flows off surface and carried into the and by them into tno oceai? or Hood plains of the stre. there deposited. These pari sorted out according to their specific gravity, particles of and tho same specific grav. accumulated in one place. Review, lay 111 par 6t tho to -nr-ViJ by i the are ms , lit tOii i-Tpj ire i nd ,k 1 zo arim rjii'J 01 1 a' c'uiO. tt.imp. Ji yen '..avo sweating, sore 14 or tight phoes, try Allen's Foot-EU Sold by all druggist 3 and shoe ston 25 cents. Samnle rent free. AddM Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y. "Ilenpeck Riys hb cold In the winter." It hot for bini.' nouse is neJ Ills wife mal Dropy treated f rco by Dr. II. IT. Hroer Bons, of Atlanta, ( a. Tho greatest drop tpeciahsts in the world. Read their advi tistrui nt lu auotLor column of this paptt Iio who love over his reward. his work never worrU To Cnro a Cole! In Oro fin, li Tnto iiiixative Uronio Quinine Tablet-. AJl druglstr rof und money if it fails to cure. llch reo;de nre everywhere at home.-. Girman prover'). Mr. AVinnlow'o Sootlilntr S-nrnp.' H For oM;ci-.!ii tteHji:,ir. nofn-nii u.e K'iniK, rn.liirfu I- nau.siitiiiD, aaayi pmu.curen wind c Mc. 20c a boiUil up to his epitaph Any rrnn who Uvea Is a Ceai one. Corn Meal vs. a Balanced The Maryland Rxperimei went into an extended exp( know the comparative effee ing corn meal or a balance cow3. It was found that e anced ration tho cows k healthy, In mu h better bre dition, give nn-re milk ai; much better condition for year's work. The eiTect of the corn m was the same or all the co Ing only In degree. With corn meal cause'ii her to dr malning so for tnroe mont calving. This lea Is us to much of the shy breeding plained of may rot be di feeding of nn unbalanced If yon hh lanf iful. clear, white clotLei, uo'i c rosi ami uiuo. Lurje 'A cEagv, u e-euis. glands at It Destroying Red Ml' Clean thoroughly the r boxes and other wood l tliese ports' accumulate'. with coaloil, using an old paint n; to apply it with. Do this helfcr after the hatching season. dirt on the floor and fill up C which the fowls have s( ratc l. this each tall and yoa will t rid of mites. After you pla flclent amount of dirt on t; level it and tamp it with a ma-al. This will make a betti Gets Free Board. W. If. Hays of Cirelovllle tencetl to the penitentiary year. He was found guilty of Falling Limb Kills Joseph Fullerton, a young North JackFon, was kllleo limb I on,"X v ' .. iiinn winif uu --uiiui a" 1 "T'0rt. b,ch I i lllglb volume ' Break Hi.Jh I for the flgmVN - f) Itcecd the dl:V4N-T- ll?eotL"V VuLX ' 'lU,"1 at Upper WA' ' I Im vim Ptso'i Cum for Cnnui lit mj mtiiiiico ypnri a -o.-Mrs. Tin I Maple street, Norwich, N. Y Feb lation iStiU n Til :: IHUnlil j Kvery hrdr hxs two oil Sf 'ho fit Dae- h .i' ' i i - . i: n I . , II ( -f''-. ..... A ii B H J1::, "1 lie ti, t H H V . I "II U M ft. 1 II' RR ' S . . . H I SJ 1 I l'a.fimiiiw n-iaiiiiwii-i-iiw las sen-J ' r one ' rnlrC off vnur linf t I mil I ' - II 1 I i ilintL 1 II- Cnrr ; -, iff P. L . 4 tl J I II-- M y npt'on s. Ilon'ii . 17. lwn 1 Mull's Crape Ton" When the fewer of. a city lei i-uj tne Bireeta .r.cere it de, creatiti. An epit The line and ther festerine case ceri them toil or a city nouse. like this and tho o T.1UL! Is o cr tvhich r Tho tonic j co into e It Will qu etrt?n:th and health. ncn, led blood. A li-rae.-,- u" tIve,gt ntIoand natural. MuirGri( stmrlo bottK All druiririirti eii rl H) p . .1!