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ALIASES OF THE PEANUT, j
Thrre Are llaar Ximei For (he, Tootltaoiue I'aUte Tickler. ' Corwlelerlnr H" universal popularity and excellent fctundlug in ojfrlculturnl . rtrrlrs. It I" re-'rhi.l'o !- v :a:.ny jllli)M. t .: ...T v I .. the pen- nut traeia. A. icnever it in introduc tl to a new coi.iumnilj' the toothsome offering of t L tanl adopts a new iianic nnl fttuuN forth with nn additional wduiipict which make it uluiofct un rccoxhi.ablr t( its oh) acquaintance 8. If the "eilihle fnilf'-JiH the tlletlonn rlen rail It -had cwr done anything to lie ashamed of. the puhlic wight uncle r- Aland, hut if tilings are the icee T.tr:-1-tle of ix-mint notm-nc lntnre are ulo lute ly antonlshing. Here in Virginia we designate our little friend principally un the peanut, iMit quite often we like-wine allude to him n m a "ground pon" and ewcnsionally as a 'Vool e r." ()vr In Knghtnd they rail the name fruit ground nut. while It I variously Known elsewhere n "earth nut." "Manila nut." "Jurnut" and "pindar." The sclentltie patro nymic, as we understand it. U ArnchN pypogn a. and ti e family belongs totl.t genus of !" mow plants. Put. I . ..nine what It may, a pea lilt? ' . i eanut the weiid over, so far as ii.s iitu:ti g(. ai:;l few lire the hu man palate which dec!:!. e to receive an Intioduetion to it. Kl Lnoiid Iis fiatch. A VICrrrnt Sort of I.erlher. A Pennsylvania physitain tells n utory nhout hi mtvmi t wh h remind one in a vague way of the "skinny :--ide out and tin woolly side In" thyme. He had J'ist hind a herv;::it who, Kiyn th IMiihnh 1 1 1 1 ' ; i Ti'h graph. l:;id mine of tlio "ould dart" still clinging to her boots. One morning he noticed his Mine windows were rutin r dirty, and. call 1r"r Pridt'et. he invtructed her to e l an tiu-iu la. ! he returned. At the Kline time he told In r that he would ttop njul purelnifc a new chamois k k 1 1 1 and wnd It hi.uie. and with this khe was to clean the windows. After he had ;.one his rounds he re- j turned to his oltice. lla!nlng at the j windows. lie found them thehly atri al eil u it h gre o-e. He called ISrhlg et, and the follow ia'j: oi!(juy tc-.k place: "Itridget. didn't 1 tell you to clean the windows V" "Yes. nor." "And didn't I tell you to use the new chamois V" "Yes, nor." "Well, did .von use it?" "Sure, 1 did Kor." "Pet mo see the chamois." Paid the doctor, and Pridpct promptly brought it. Then fer tile firM time he learned that his wife had left the house a half hour before him and had nent Lome onie tripe. t 1 Illurk inn) AVli He. Every (row Is said to think Its own nestling the whitot, but a white cat that had four kittens, of which three were white and the fourth was black, gave the first plaee In her affections to Sooty. Once they were all brought Into the drawing room to be "shown off." HokIUcs the humans tje room contained a great Newfoundland, dog. Hitherto cat and dog bad been on friendly terms, but now pussy showed much anxiety lest the dog might harm her black pet' especially. At last the Kolzcd It by the neck and bore It be neath the lowest piece of furniture, where the d :g could not possibly crawl, but Klie merely un wed to the cithers to follow her as best they could. The black kitten owed all this care to Its color, nn re happy In this respect than the black hheep which is said to be lu every Hock. Exchange. TOOL THAT ALM iff TALKS inlaua Cmm Holland. Holland, known as Noit'a and South Holland, forms part cf the northern part of the Netherlands. These prov inces are composed of land rescind from the sea and defended by ImineiiKe dikes. Holland was Inhabited by the IUltvl In the time of Ciesar, who made a league with them. It became part of (hillia Itclglcn and afterward of the klndgom of Austria. Prom the tenth to the fifteenth century It was gov erned by counts under the (lennan em perors. Holland was at one time a Dutch republic. It was created r. kingdom In 1mm;. and Louis Eona parte, father of Napoleon III., was declared king. Diplomacy. "I always endeavor," said the matri monial philosopher, "to take the wrong nlde of an lncouseUentiiil argument." "With what objec t in view?" he was naturally asked. "It gives my wife? a chance to proves me w rong, and this so eh lights her that I find her ge miou-ly tr.utable It: all the more Important matters." ("ul cago Post. Ilia Itooitt. "Mr. Higgles," s-.iid the boy with hi ruflles on his shoulders, "I wish yen. Would bt Hie come and M'c where yuU j live. I want to ! k at your room." "Why, ci i tr.!i,l v. I'.ut what miUo ' Jtu think of thai':" "Mv vj.t,v sail it was hitter tl.-:i j your Ci i i pa ii y , so I tin Uglst It must bo , t nnx t hi I--; tit e." Mtt Itm Complicated lie Tended tr L q V The ruost highly Act I '1 of ma-p-'iUhtl.- crvii.), .v v .: a i , :.vhI. i::.e i.. ;. :V ... . ..: !r"v.. -ic E r vlng i . r. if New " .,''...:.:;. it Ij a ilcvc jo,'-me t cf the oi.Ii..;:ry uteel working lathe, the Intermediate step being the monitor lathe, In which the various cutting tool protrtide from the side- of u tle-vl turret like t liirtc n inch guns fi t m a battleship turret. In the iioi.automiit.le Hcrew mi c hine the turre t Is revolved by the ope r;:ter sei as to b: log t ;.e h tool Into play. J;t as the turret on the old Monitor wasicvolve 1 to bring one gv.n after another Into ac tion. Eut in the automatic -machine the work Is done without human guidance. In making mtcws. nuts, bolts, fine's and oth-l Miiall pie : e s thr:t muvt Ik-tnrne-d. drilled e r tl.rea led fer watches, clocks, tyjK'write rs. electrical Instru ment ami ether n.eehanisii.s all the operator has to eio hs to feed the 'stoc'.;"-;! -long, thin rod of t-P.-cl er biass-to the machine-. The fev'!.!!.g tneeha!:lsm carries the rod Kl;wiy fer ward into the held or' action. Th;- tur ret advance and puts its Mit too! t:t work on the end of the rod. When tis,: has eioni- it.- tasi;. tlie turret wltii citaws it. tun s and advances a second toed Into iwtiori. Erich cutting too! around the turret has its dif .inet we.rk to perform-one cutting a thread, an other sh aping a lead, another putting en a point, another drilling a hob-, stiil another putting on knurling. The- tur ret autom itieaily brings each of per haps Fix tools into action, and when the- work i finished the completed screw drops into a pan. whiie the "stock" ic; automatically foil forward to begin the complex opeT.itiou again. A Mn am of mac hine' oil pours contin uously on the work to carry away the heat, and the litt.'e metal c uttings col ic e-t In a heap under the machine Hour after hour this wonderful au tomaton goes through its cycle of oper ations, the turret clicking every mo ment as it brings a new toe forward. Small bra pieces, on which but one toul cuts, are dropped at the rate of f"t:r a second. Large screws of com plicated design upon which a who!" turretful of tools must work are out from a steel rod at th" rate of one or tvo a minute. So perfectly are these sc rew machines cout: r.ctc-d that an un skilled workman can pcrate a row of them. All he Is reiuirel to do is to kee p them feel with "stool:." In some i-hops girls tend the machine s. Success. A Wmr 9t ( t telnl nar It. Wife Why, Jo. yut bee what tupld blunder .J uewrpaper h&J made in It nrronn our !lver wed ding! Don't yctt roj ''lur 1 wrote irj out fer the icporte t A .c bad spent! toge-thcr twenty-five V of married j happiness, and the ', typesetter i has gone and made It twNity-tive yenrt j of marred happiness. Isn't It awful) j HusUir.d-Oh. mc 11. dear;' don't Ui tes hard on the I hut fellow. ' l'crliap; he's been inarried twenty-live year, himself.-1 Aiiidon Tit Eits. Prrcmillcin. "Do you think you can give my daughter the surroundings to which nhe Is accustomed?" asked the parent. "Well," answered the young man. "I won't guarantee that. You see, Clarl bel has talked the matter over and Rays she's tired of the neightorhood." Wahlngton Star. HALF RATES to STATE FAIR v, INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION at MILWAUKEE Vin Nortfi-Western Line. Exmrsi m ti' k-ts will ie-) s.ild at one fir. for t ro'tti 1 trip. SfptembrT t ) '.' iucl'tive. limit" 1 to rf.trri .in' -i Sej.tenjl'er '-'. inclusive. liedu-- I rNi tieKetri will ie S -hi f ll Specif..! dxt-s uf r-r State F.r.r v"er,. eViring t!e Exp sitton. Apjily t agn: Chicit-' V North-V.Vstern R'y. .f.' r. Thonsasds IlaTC Kidney Trouble and Don't Know It. How to Tlt.d Cr.t. Fill a bottle cr ccrr.rr.cri g v. vah yrrr water and let U 6tan4 tv,cr iy i. .r hcuis., a t cu.:tic .t or set tling mdicitcs an 1 i unhp.atthv rfnd. frvW-y?W icn cf the kid &fYwJl evidence of 7U frfrrL. ney trouble; too int MLy irequent ceilre to " 'zZJmJv pats it cr pain in ' e back is also ccnvincir.g procf that the kidneys and tlad cerbieoutcf order. Wliat to Do. Thett ic eemfert in the knowledge to cf.en expreited. that Dr. Kilmer's Swarr.p Roct. the great kidney remedy fulfills every v'ich in curing rheumatism, ain in the tack, kidneyi. liver, tiaddtr and every part cf the urinary raiaee. it corrects inability fc hold water and raiding pin in pairing it, cr bd effects following vit cf liquor, wire tr leer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity cf Lt:ng compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times coring the night. The mild and the extra orclaiary effect of Swamp-Root 13 rcon realised. It Hands the higheit fcr its ven derful cures cf the mort di-treicir.g cases. If you need a medicine you should, have the teit. Sc!d ty druggets in 50c and$l. lizes. Ycu may have a sample bottle cf this wcr.cerful discovery ffvLi and a Look that tells if"'e .vhi mere about it. tcth sent P 1 - m-J absolutely free by mail. US? Accitss Dr. Kilmer fit r.n f pwti-iiot. Co., Bingharr.tcn, N. Y. When writing men Uco reading this generous offer In this paper. Duliitli South Sliorel V'' DULUTH SOUTH r:r:r' Atlantic R'yi SHORE Dominic Dallifor, Dealer In j Fancy Imported and Domestic Wjr.;. Liquors and Cigars. A.MASA. MlCIIle'lA. ., . ABSTRACTS . Cf Iror? cuy.)' . . PICKINGS FROM FICTION. The tlr.n fc r r';x ntanci' i in ad vance' of the cTiine-. 'Abroad With the .liuiniics." It In 1-kh futile' to consider our past than to pivellet our future. "riiilip Lc;ntrc-th.M If a man 2idn:!rc-H n cirl nt nil. he will want to marry he-r as hinjr aw he' treats him hadly. "Myra of the TiinM." 'Veil it 1h to he a hie to nfld rune-H, hut be tter yet it Is to know what the Lord Iiuh writt'-n In nien'f eyes.- "The Thrall of l.e if the Luc ky." reojilenre Kekh ni man and wife half their llve-se without wishing to Impart their nufTer'iiKx n" veil the-ir pleaH-Ure-H to each other. '"The Kentons." Tears and laughter well compounded make the' nwee-test Joy, prlef and Joy the truest happiness, happiness und pain the grandest soul. "Dorothy Ver non of Haeldon Hall." lte flic rljiht or wron', n woman will not permit a man to cpic-stlon her mo tives. I'.eiin; a woman Is of Itself a jrooU and suflieient reason for what ever Khe may do or say. "(JrayMone." "VAh er loii lane that r.ln't :ot no turnin' whatsumever, an' I've noticed this till my life the longer tdie Is be fore ihe does turn the bljrer turn be makes when she finallj' tslts to It." "TLc Silent Tinne er." ItfTctle, ltnt I)!inKpron, To c leanse elass vases, carafes or bot tles of any nirt nothing 4s better than a little muriatic acid. A tablcsponfuJ rinsed slowly around in a vase or de canter will cleanse it thoroughly, re moving front the fclaps eve ry particle of foreign matter. Th acid can then be poureel Into another vase to perform the same olllee and even then returne-el to the bottle of supply for service on another occasion. Alter the acid is out of the vas' or bottle the latter must be rinse-l Inside thoroughly first v.iilt ht xeiapsueU and then in several char waters. Muratle acid is a deadly pi.l fon and mu-t 1. ed with preat cau tion and only b.i an Intelliire-ut adult, A child or servant should never be In trusted with Its tJse. New Yedk Tost. K 4 i-r'''' 4.-?!"',-Vr',, s ear X ' A F J B J f DEALER IN rloPCTHAH 40 YCA&5 or fiCHtn DLAUNG : run roa GOTZIAH Farming, Mineral and Timber LanaV Qorre5pcr;dei7e Solicited. lloMothoy Property Without a-'oi-rect Abstract nl'the Title. ,Viisnel ,YooMira u DniiriMtiH lurui"i el toen dei . jTntv COST iVrtTHCTWlVC, :t i t t UUOTZIANittO.. MiKNUOTft Snot CO. H 1 tlrei oir I . ' fhour Afl.'M. You weat money We wait yoi $3,000 IN CASH AWAKUS Tin-: Pilc.kim, a nnigazinc of progress, (.-ditecl by Willis J. Abbot, offers to agents a yearly in come, and an opportunity to secure liberal quarter ly and yearly cash awards. Tin: Pilc.kim lias the only magazine combination instalment plan for subscribers ever presented to agents. Don't niako arrangements with any publication before learning our proposition. Write to-day. BATTLE CREEK. I MICHIGAN SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. THE PILGRIM PUB. CO., LTD, TIMETABLE. In tMt Nov. 17, 1 tl. Tralnt Leave Champion For Mmti'.il. the eut ' H'ld lower Michiyien I H7 ti. in. Fir ll'Htthtc.n h'ihI the? 'ipi'i eun1 ry ".h-lT . tit. For lntnw l, Hurley, Asfil.M,. and P.ihith fl:rri n. in For Pc ti.oi imI thee.iHi...tl l::ir . m. I'm 1 1 e 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . e'liliimet, lii'.utli in.) th.- hikI J 12 '. a. ru TralnH Uvb r'eDU'clic 'I neiiejI'ii.M and the -..ni.ei iiiooti.y -t.'irf.O p. m. I'.o b,i... - te .. i. 111. F..r li lii.;t no. I tl- .Mt....M.:IO n. 111. -tv N .iii-'-. Jflipe'iiiii't! iit.it M.M( . I 1. t' " l- ",- I I'.ii t ici. 1 ... t in.; t i Ii!. - ,n. ! nt li r :n- J ' 1 ' 1 j 1 e i . 1 . . , 1 j . t . 1 v in n. isj.. 'i 1, :.. i Act.. I 1 1 . . I M ' "I" " , Mit'll l' I.'.e;i.v;is(N, T 1 l.tt.At., ; iN-i eil.li.'. Mich The Leading Specialists cf America 20 Years in Detroit. 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE Thouari'l- f youi f nuJ u;iJ lie ftgnl rcn are troubled with thi eJiveace--iuiijy iieifoniiciiiui-ly. 'lhe-jr umy ha ve a MimrU 11 V t- iiHa(iu. fiimll. 1 w if-t it.fr H renin, i-liurp rultii.g puiriHut time-, hlight ciir-e-hiirirc, ciiltic-ulty in rctnuicncintr. w-uk crtrauH, -tniiii!K, mid all the f yuir tctriK cf iicrvoui de-tiility ihe-y Lrv h i l!K' '1 '.'it I'. l)..n't let doctor rxpt-riinrnt en y-u, by culling, Mrctohiiiir, cr trarinK you. J hi will nt curf vi.u. b it will rev tutn. Our NhW MLflldU llthAT MI..NT at)it the ftrictures ticfuc; iiciice return en the stricture 1 ennaue ti t ly. Jt ran Leve r re-tarn. No i Hiri.i.o suffe r, ii.f. iict tletf ution frciu tucititMi by e.ur iii-thu. '1 liflFxuulorgaiiareitre-Dirth-e i.t' l. TIic nt-rrvi are inviKorateJ, aud the blifucf tj'.aijbocid re'.urun. VECURE GLEET Thouoandi of ycurg and tuidd!e airfd mi u are havinir their reiual irr and vitality continually rapjx- l I y thin iii cne. Tbey are frequently uiicoiir'C-ieius ei the rauce of there yui! tiini. Cfem rnl We-aiciic, Unnatural lJiclinrirc', Faib iriK -Manhood, Ne-rvoufnei'i". 1'oi.r Meiu ory, Irritability, at time Smarting Se u rutiiin. Sui.ken Kyf, with dark .-in le. Weak Hack, (Jrneral Dcjrf mw, hack of Auihiti.m. Varicocele', Mirunken 1'art.. etc. CJLEET and .STIt It'll Hli may be the caupe. Don't conrult family doctorii, a they have no x.crieucc in there ppcrial di-eacn di.o't allow cyuack to ei eriuietit.gn yi.11. Confult .wlce ialivtii, who have made a lifoftiuire f lieni-eof Men and Women. C lur M hW MhTIIuU TKLAT.MKNT will loi-i-tivcly cure you. One thousand dejllara fc.r a care we acrei t for treatment and cannot eure. Tenux tuodrratefora cuie. CURES GUARANTEED W. treat krd rnr.' I'M I 1 U VAKK'C ic'KLK. SYl'lllhlH, tlLKKT. U. SI KICTUKK. I M POTENCY. hF.e'KKT R bhAINS. I'NNATt'KAL tUSfllAlttl. V LS. KIDNEY and It LA DDK It Diaren. ft t'ONSl'LTATlON Fit EE. lniUKS ri FHEE If unable to call, write f..r U gHESTUiN bLANK for liOMK I IKLAi.MLNT. K Kennedys Kergan miuii&au Mid auu jiiciuj i. Live People want Light. Dead Ones Don't Need An . sf , '1 tic ntti'TiTit I ire inc. "I h'i'.d :i full Inti.l." nmrnntfe'd V uw:il! :m li.' '!e.d t!je lily while fin '.-it i.f the f;i!r le-il-l. lit it- :i f.,il i:i!i iu::iil to I : r ln.r. A ro;d :!::-'i I .mIs j-. full t.unl rve.r," Hi,,,. (.'.... ij,m i V !!" u;i. I'.ilt lf.i..ri' Aiinil'.n!. 1'ieixT Itntit Ini;. Oil" e.f the 111 nt excitilii: e,f nil flel- In' -'atu. luijie-r hnntlnir, r follow l;iu' a tr.'ill ni;nh hy di-eiipln ni'-ci -e f p.-Hn r. It e.in In- nindi- :is ehini to H ns sti-i'jiN'ehasin,; r in nmre mi tha'i nn ordinary all -p over the hi his. Tie? ehitiiri r h in tie- frnoi s to Ie ridde n ovi-r, says t 'mn t ry Life In Aniiiha. Thi fi' Is no limit t th- pare hut t!i' tp.-.'d of the h a-.ii! hoi-i - and th" n' ee ity of hi- p! th- :?vil. Tie' as the ',:):) M I . !.;'(!; v. hn Ll. tie." trill N ev.lh-l. Is . . rt. .1 to f :i hK Ki n. !-'. th ' "i 'i!l'.il." as ofd-ii ;)s he e:'!i l.y tie j. t t s ,.f the fo rv he Jil-i i.e. M in: i ei.it y, I'l.l.V ! --tl i t' 1 h.V d r t ! ill I '.l! s . .f t !: ,'::! tie-. It I tint : v:i' te fi hoy Koine hi d A Teirnli etf f!ou-er. n hot e.f e:.i: ly or A !i"V hok Wh.'M It I piltiyt to hrif:U ft rinile to In r fn e und happlne r, to bW lir.ut.-r.Xil.nriire. f lory p l C 'It m rite, l ' e Al.t ; ;r.,!i e !i:.:.ie. with Its l. ! t .;', i .!!. i- very tr li-u l d ii 'i t o. s e?i;ie :ilr:ii.'t l!: e t!ie l.:-.i h after tl'ioil this.sidi e f MM tf;BESCEIiT VAFCK m SUPERIOR TO ELECTRIC LIGHT- Use the "HULIT S" j o.nd you'll not be and Atlantic Railway! Do You Rent a Farm? You cm i wn uno in Northern MichL can ur Viexriwirt n the Dutitth, Sout! hheiie uimI .'.tlintic Ihtilway for one yeiHi ' ri-nt. TlnunndH of nert'H ot fertile lanj open for settletnent. Theie are-yood eipeninu for Liuneni-lahoti-rs und titHiiuIacturerH. Thete- are ooel citei for ie tiiilU.gM inillrt, pulp tnil'M and tanneries Splendid opiert unities for- nun. ini:, daiiyinc und div-iiliee fatniii g Work fan he found on In tins, mime i eiijs nulls und on the uvcrs in utniner and Iu ini; the winter in th wood 14. Soil is jjoo.I. Wood nd water are? plentiful. tie.k rai.sinj: and ehiiry hutniri. TJie abuiatanee ol Viitr, the vettamty of im- and other fooel for tuttln an I i,iiui.il shelter make thi: i natund -to' I; eountiy. Small fruit. S'tnall ft nit cultute has pieiViil I i'im-i l'l 'i hi V Mleeeshf U I . t ii ei in. Wt.e 1 1, i ye, oats, ha.i -y, po;t (lint e M n and huc k wheat ran h" laee l in piotu-iiiti and the hay crop is moht; Hlmndaiit. lltaia? Maiket-. The mining an I mi!. iu tow n tit this r'irit mi furnisli a U iliil lint r l; t a ni at !et pi ins for nil I fi i in pro'luc tw. j ijou:si.i:kki:s' i:x i'ksio.n ' e in at rane el nt any tifn?'. One hire, I for round trip from all points nn o ir ; 1 1 1. -S . ! For fm the? itdorina t ion apiilv to ! K. W. MacThj:kican Lnin I t 'oniniisVioni-r, ! Marejie'tte, M'i.Ii. Copper Ranjje Railroad Co. TIME TABLE. ,'iirt.t at KVni Sunday, June 1 1 t . cioV N'tb. , i 1 1 w - r No. ". No. 1 . .,u. i .So. . v-V p.e . 1'..--. I Pin.. ; M ix-.t. 1 1 ae; r, a .2' a7.ii as.M an." aa. au.oi L'U.U II..-' ma; a.i, 2.i ! o.7! o ! 1. M I or, a .-.i a is A. M i !e a." j Jlouwhtoii ! -o At Until' !l I 7 ' l'll)ll.-'lH!e' Jo. !l ll.V JJ.eltie1 U on' Ti iii.ouTitrtln J'n i llv ,i V MrKner Uli'eia)e Lake: wood Elm liive-r s t akj.ol WlllOllH s!-r He a I'rj.iir.l Ii. ei ice .!(-. Mass i n V. M. A. M. A. M.I 1.-. K an H at K as: is r.n. A. M - ,. A. M. In 1 i" :.- in in : in ! 1 u 'l I 1 o.l II JJ It 17 1 1 1") 1141 11 4H 1 1 1 1 r4 A. M. aiU'A(U), .Mll.H Al KICK A ST. I'Al'I.. (ioin north I:LT ;i. tieini south .":4." p. UIICACO A NOHTH-Wr.STKIt.N. Arrive. l''rni Cryhtal VhWh 1; 1 T a. From Chicago. 1:1." ). Leave. I'or J.'rystal Falls and jioints neirtli and noutli 7.1." ft. Fort'rvHtal FaMHatidt'hirasi)..,:').' p. in. a. H'IBB ADAMS 5T.CHICAC1 ..ri-:i-"i:vKi: ai. I'Kksd.ns ok e hai:- ?r in t uif.t trj.ia at iu r,u n ta f i In county r-'i'iirMj to rj-rK.-ut uu.! n'lvi-r-tle i.'i'l r-.eI t il.t-il we-.eltliy liuln lion of M!i'l fiiiau. ial ,iiii'l'um. Sa'ary flS.oo wokly with ?r f)r ,1'Mi? ioiiiet, a'l pa yaloH iii citli ,eili H'lni'Hil.ey ijirct from je-a! oil. .. !)r ant carrUit;-f rM-li''l. wh.-n n.---ary. WfWrt in. KiK-ri-e k-if ii'l'ti 1 kta!.ui.i-.l iiv'oi'. ManarT, !!$ 'aini l'.ii!i.n. nie.U!'. To Curo a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tul-l-ts. All drussists re fund t he money it it fails to cute?. K. W. ii ove's Hinature is on euicli hox. U.'e. CO YEARS' V tAKtmtreiyt A. JhT" A Traoc Marks frtfM COFVRIGHTS AC. Anrnn endlnK a ktch and rtewliitli.n nt 1 1 1 k I y uvrcrtHiii i.ur .iiin.ii t re-u lal lar ii.vi-ntii.il m .rilinlilr ietf iiIhIiIk. C dii riuiiiiiv ti.,1,1 Mtrii f Ir oniitldeintlnl. lliilidtMX.Inm rnlMitt ''it trfi". ofrtcut nyfnvy fur i-ci-urinK mtnii. I'tit era taken tiinanrh Muiai A Co. re?i-!t 'i tfitUt, without Clmrtia, In tlie Scientific JfineriCciii. A tian(1'.inetf llhnarateiil wpi klr. W-erffi! r'T' i iiiNtlori e.f miT (irleii title? louriml. '1 rrnrn. U .ir: f'nr nicrUhi, L by ail Tnnlinr MUNH & Co.3eiB'- New Ycrk Urariesi on'a-w, V WafkiiitfU'ii, DAILY EXCURSION J TO CALIFORNIA Tliro;i.:)i liist-elass atal Tourist Sln-pino c.'ars to ( 'alifoniia ana On '.ve ry day in the ycn- frcm Cliica-o. ( ;; PERSONALLY OMUCTED EXCURSION EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY. iiir ILlit a. i!.' "iir IrM r-.. Mi-c-:!,.! .-ti. . t i-.-.!v Atti.-n tio. in.. I'l-iwiit .'1 IV" i !:i.U".:t T of t: tii i ti!': t e.f vmi.'.l 1. a f. v i tlo . l.i 1 1 1 !. Tho Ai.ai h- in ma nnfii' t'.nis !,ai' h', o:i the i-xpe-d'e nt e,f lcalaf a ;.aei' hi tv.e-i n lan tin I f;aine In on! r to n'lo-.v for contrae tlen and eipuiihlop. J '....!,s. j petn.it J"'l 1 V ( Mi.thi- lit jil;-.!-, ! Nati ii i: .ud "I :.!' I'r. . i-Aiiti i, jTle- "NrhriT." In-i'-r r.l'Jaunatr.r, ! T".i e iisdi ' p'.'. !'. !: ri"t t'i l.: c i tmitv '.r (.as ,it ( )N K-TllN'J'll J llieeist. 1 Tin' Nn.lT!i""::l.i"' r 1 1 In m t '-r. ! tin- M:-st 1 1 i r i .1 1 . It - :t 1 I.ilit in the i W ' lid. (.iioaj or than K T'.m ru-. I A Brilliant Otr.ar.nnt not a Cluony Eyesore. h without light. 3. jY. 3erg- (icncml Acnt, Crystal !:alls, - Tl Lowest K.'its;, Shortest Time on the Koad, Finest iSeenerv. i j Only route' l.yiwiikii y.ti can !.-;ie inane any flay in the y,v...; an 1 tr; jln lourist. t Mrs on fat traliaM Hi - way. fe-r d-M.-riptive j a:nph:rt r.n'i -f itifoi ii, iti-.ii jt!.iiiro , no ,!', st a.'-Mil, r ad-lrf-.ss V, J;. KNISK i-;.f (', ff " " I "fi. ,t v.'"i,t. r'l.i,... u, mm l NORTH-WESTER!! RAi'.VAY.