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0 NtONt 24 DAY OR NIGHT
REPEATING RIFLES FOR HUNTING
No matter what you hunt for or where you hunt, the answer
to the question." What rifle shall I take?" is a Winchester.
Winchester Repeating Rifles are made for all styles of cartridges,
from .23 to .50 caliber. Whichever model you select you will find
-, it an accurate shooter, reliable in action and strong in construction.
Winchetttr Cans and Ammunition the Red W Brandare mad for each other.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS
In addition to a Fast Limited Service
an Hourly Local Service is maintained
these local cars stopping at all points.
In Detroit connections are made
nt'-the Interurban Waiting ltoorn with
Limited and Local cars for Pontiae,
Flint, Komeo, Monroe, Toledo, Ypsi
lanll, Ann Arbor, Jackson and other
points. The itapid Railway Limited
cars .flop at St. Clair, Marine City,
Anchorville, New Baltimore and Mt.
For Time Tables, Folders and other
information write the General Passen
ger Agent at Detroit.
' FOUR TAST LIMITED CARS
EACH WAY DAILY
LEAVE LB ATI
PORT HURON - DETROIT
7.32 a. m. 7.45 a. m.
10.32 a. m. - - 10.43 a. m.
3.32 p. m. 3.43 p. m.
6.32 p. m. tt.45 p. m.
Maadays aaly , Saturday aaly
3.15 a. m. ,12.45 p.m.
.r, K c i Sundays anly
(Central Standard Time) ,ou p. n.
fARt $1.30 FOR ROUND TRIP,
f ram Center al Pari Hnraa to Detroit City Hall io
2 Hours and 12 minutes.
Are You -
Sick? :Sj "i -j'
Much sickness is due to
a Mrcnk nervous system.
Yours may be. ' 11' it is,
you-cannot get well until
ybu 'restore ncrvostreiigth
Your "nervous sstcni is
nature s ynvvvcv house; the
organs of your body pet.,
their power from it. ;If ;
thc-.povcr 33 not thovc, the
action of. Ji!' organs is,
weak, ai;.d Ylisease i (sick'.
nes.;0 follow. Dr. "Miles'
Nervine t;uitfs tlit; sick
because it soothes the
irritated and tired nerves
find gives the system a
chance to recuperate.
Try it, and see if you do
riot quickly, feel its bene-
iicial effect. : '.
"I wan tivn p t 1 t.y a. lml
Iriff drtctr.- Oot on of tr. Milns
txxiksi nnrt found thnt Dr. Mlh-"' Nfr
vln rU my rAwv From th very firwt
doss I took I cot better. 1 am bettor
now th'n I nava twen for yr-nr. and
lo nil m own ork on the farm.
Thnt what. Dr. Mlta' Nf-rvlne tin
done for mo, and I am &U1 to rccom
jnend It to cOwr."
, JOHN' JAMLW. Itlvorton. Nrhr.
Your drwgglat aells Dr. Milra'-Nerv-'
int, 'AfiA we authorise him to return
prtea Cf flrst bottle (only) If It falls
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
, AND KIDNEYS.
Wl? TAFI? .MA'PTftl?, 8
that very few people come hero only
onee. Most people who onee buy
goods jiero very soon become regular
victors. Of course there i u reason,
and we are just vain 'enough to think
It is the quality of our .
Come and see anyway." Ji dur Fur-,
niture can please bo many other
people the chances are you-will. .be
equally -well suited." moro par
ticular you are about the quality of
Furniture the surer we nro of seeing
your face often after your first visit.
CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Subscribe for the Expositor.
Old papers at the Expositor ollice for
sale. 30 for Sc.
This being the lirfct time there has
been a corset demonstrator in town be
sure, and pet a pair of Abdo Support
corsets and have them fitted perfectly.
Hayes & Sheehy.
Tickling or dry coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoops Cough
Remedy. And it is so thoroughly
harmless that Dr. Shoop tells mothers
to use nothing else, even for very young
babies. The wholesome green leaves
and tender stems of a lung healing
mountainous herb give the curative
properties to Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy.
It calms the cough and heals the sensi
tive bronchial membranes. No opium,
no chloroform, nothing harsh used to
injure or .suppress. Demand Dr
Shoop's. Accept no oilier. Sold by
l'ollock & Hennessy.
VTOTK K OF IIi:Al;lN(i t'l.Al.MS liKKOKK
State of MiflilKHii, (lie l'robiite Court for th
County of St Clsitr.
In the mutter of the Kstuteof MancellJaoksou
Notii-H Is lu-rehy Klven that four months from
tli ;'th day of AukiM A.H. 1:mii, huve Iw en al
lowad for ereditors to present t'wlr clHlm
aif.'iinst sxid dc'easi-d to said eourt for xamliiH
Htion :md adjiistint'iit. iind tlmt all creditors of
Maid decfas' rt re r(Miilred to present tlu'tr
i laiins to mild court, fit the I'rohate Otllce, In tlie
t Ity of I 'oft Huron, in t-iiid county, on 6r Ix-tore
the :;rd day of .lauuary. A. I). t:M0, and that tid
cJiiiiiis will N. heard hy said court on Monday
tin ai d day of January A.I), t '.'10, at nine o'clock
In the forenoon.
Dated Autrust :jth. A 1. mt.
(Atrueropv i STKI'IIKN A. CKAIIAM,
Olio. h. I'.HOWN. .inCvf of I'rohatf.
, lieulster of J'rol'Ote. 'Jn-4
Get Well First
Don't risk even a'pennyiintil health
first rit urns. . . ., ,
An'llun aw Jnst exnrtlythat.
lam tho one iihysictan wfio oyg to the s!rk 'I
will. out of my own tHx Ui-t. pay for your mud;
rlne If tt luiN V bring you help !"
AikI ftir v?J ir L'r. Flioup have
boen u-"l ond rtirommotxluil in evury c ity aud
lutmh't In Anieiifti They are positively stand,
aril inovery c.rtiimuiitt.f and every whwo.
Thfn why pay th'j rush, and at your risk, for
other unwirrftitd ami iinivrtaln medicih.'?
lhou!id upon thousand have In the past
ancces-fiilly uskI It Whoop's lietoritlva.
When the St"nvu,.)i nerves, or the Heart or Kid.
tier neTws fail,th"eVl Itonesknovv luwr qni kly
Dr.. .-!nop'i K torjitive v. Ill irii g tle:mli( XUt
h.V.t'.i nRain. Jiut UslofalL t.ey poultice
lil take no moruy risk whatever. They Know
tha-t; whunrrifl health fal'a to
return. Ir. I v H hoop i v.l 11
hlmsell Kindly 1 t5 11 VY tho lni
rmt for that, te-t. And lor
that test a full W day trmtinent is freely granted.
But w rlt me first for an or Vr.
Thi will save delay and disejuolntment.
All druuitlsU M il Dr. Shoop'g Jt-stomtl ve and Tr.
f hoop khetnnatlc It"ineily, hut all arn not an.
thorlei to sire the 30 dar b'st. So dwn line
please for 1 have appointed aa Innv-st and r
aponslblu druir-, . t'-t fa almovi
very roininnn- bj . ftr, everywhere,
to Ihsus my "no K frin lp. no iwy.'
riedlclm-a totheA JL V, irk. TeMmalo
whieh tok you nxl. Tljlk
U-low will surely open rip new ami lielrful hN-nt
tothovi lio arc, not well. Iwld.-ayon ivrn terf"rt
ly froei to consult mo )ustaa y on would venr Linn
fihyslclan. My ailvtra ami the hotilt buiow are
youri and without , i
I'erhai a word or two front me will clear tip
aome in'rlona ailment. I have helped thou-ndH
upon thotisonda by my -private
prevrlption or I " rfTotm! advlee
plnn. Mr best rf- w l'OT ' "urely
vorth yon r simple A J JL re(tiesf. Po wrltn
now. vhlla yon have it fresh in
mlna, for tomorrow never comes. Dr. K hoop, Bo
Wklta ok 'kali X Itad Tout
Ko. 10nrypepfl; Ko. 4 fi.rW"omon '
No. 2 On, the Heart ' f K. 5 for Men i :
Ko. 3 On the Kidney a ' So. 6 On fcheumAtfsra
ICopyrlferht. t'!t. by Amertcan fres-v Aaao-
ciutioa.J ' v
The caso of I'etcr Lusher was cn'K d.
The Judge, Inivlng usj;ed him If hej had
employed counsel and receiving tliv re
ply that he hud not, appointed n recent
graduato of nu eastern law gehool to
defend hlc. , '
-Lusher, tv cowboy, wan' charge;! with
aavirjj; ; fired u shot at' the coutl'.n-ter
of a freight train with Intent to; LIU.
The conductor had put him off th;
train, imssengers not being carried on
freight -trains. While the conductor
was climbing back on to a car Lusher
fired the shot. A braketnnti came up
behind Lhu and held hi in till -other, em
ployees, of the road gathered round,
took, him' In charge and at the' urxt
town turned him over to the policvv.
Another cowboy, Shnttuck, a piil'juf
Lusher,- was on a rear, car .-of, the
eamo train. He testified that' heniid
Lusher were traveling together: .that
they were accustomed to travel on
freight trains; that ou uch occasions
they usually separated in order to at
tract less attentlouaudv that If, one
were put offr.axtnUavtbc other, rued a
shot from his-revolver-As a'slgruirvf
the fact to the other, "NvLo then left the
train. Lusher, hacked' by. this testi
mony, claimed that 'nstead.of shoot
ing with Intent to Injure the conductor
he was merely giving the usual Klgin'l
to Shattuck. who was on one of tl
' There was no one in court. Im'-ludhn-the
prisoner's ennnsel, 'who 'did' n'i
consider Ihix plon very farfel.-lunl
The case looked bad for Lus!:ov. i :
If couvli fed'of ,1 tying to 'Jflll-'tliV nm
ductor h could Uol hope tfi'r !es
sentoiue tha?r live yejis' it hard .i In -r
in the penitentiary. When the Jury
wtni 'about to retire' Un prisoner kiiKI
to the Jf.dge:
"Your honor. doe any one yete this:!;
that I've been gohf arcu::d with two
revolvers at my lilvs fr ten years for
nothln' I)".ve suppose 1 ' tmuldti't hit
the innp's bdy If 1 wanted to? All i
ask Is for the court to tn adjourned
outside and I'll show what tomfoolery
this yere trial Is." . .
There was something so' convincing
lu this argument that the Jmle ad
Joumed the court, and Judge, attor'
neys, Jnry nnd' spectators. Hglithig ci
gars, weut out Into the conrthnusk $ nr!
to find out why the cowboy missed t!'
conductor. . '.' ' :
The prisoner's pal. Stint tuck, ronsi-nt-ed
to be shot at. Lusher borrnued a
quarter from the Judge. Insetting itn
lower edge between his friend's thuuih
and forefinger, stood otT, tweiuy p:vf
and sent the coin spinning in tho nh
without bringing a drop of blod to
Shattuck'B fingers. The coin happened
to fall at the feet of tin Ju !o. li i
picked It up and, hotl'-lng lt-: !i'nt:ei.t
apjicaronce. remarked audibly: ,'.
faisher next. pr;MT. red a thrend and
tying .'a walnut , to oue cuil jof,!r. put
the other end In Sh:iuu;.li'a hutup wii.i
held the nut suspended Lusher tv.i'l.
cd away from his ntnrlt, -rniiutlng forty
paces, turned, anl Kfore the. sjM'eja.
tors- realized thnt he had raised . hi
pistol oracketl the nut. '
; There were moreejcluinfttlona l.ti-h
er:tben tied a :;fone'to the thread and
from the name ; distance as he had
crnckel the nut cut the thrend tit the
Py this time It begaa to ook as If.
had Lusher been vindictive toward the
conductor, he-could have cut off an
ear. darkefied an eye or put a ball
through the center of' his heart with
out' half trying. Some one suggested
as mufh, but Lusher declared that If
he was to be vindicated he Wanted the
flndlcatlon to be satisfactory and pro
ceeded . with the exhibition. Itorrow
lng a hunting watch from a Juryman,
he opened the case, which was highly
polished and would serve for a re
flector I'oiotlnn, iaja break. In the
b"ark"of a tree uDouf tworiiT:LesTn"ul
amefer, ,ho walked twenty paces from
It jand, still keeping his back toward
lt caught the target's reflection In the
watch case,' fired over his shoulder and
put ri bullet In the Improvised ,inut k. (
At this the siectator cried. "Acijult
hlin!" The Judge- ordered 'the Jury
back Into the courtroom, and as they
were proceeding thither the prhoner
'. cut o hole In each, of their hats wlth
'. out ncfn tchlr.g a bond. ' ,
'You jalt that," cried the foreman
angrily, "or you'll get ten years!" f
When court ' was resumed ami the
jury , had been charged the. foreman
Iioke a few words to fho Jury In a low
tone, theu arose and said:.;, , , ,
"Your honor, the jury llnds.tuut the
defetnliint Is not guHt.V of pttemptllig
to kill the plaintiff. Furthermore. If
he had Intended to kill the plaintiff be
could haie shot ofT his fingers and toes
eparately. chlpjdng off pieces of him
till . theft- ! was nothing ; left '; but bis
heart to keep on ( beating' ', rurthcr-.
morel : It wouldn't bu safe to convM
him unices he's unarmed mid no weap
on within ten mlless for he iould kill
every mother's son of ns before we
could get him under." , ' .,
"The prisoner , Is discharged,1, tiald
Jho Judge,' following the. verdict with
remarkable, activity, ,nnd, tepplDg
down from the bench, Im took the pre
caution to grasp the . cowboy's hand
fervently ' that 'he might -make pence
with him before ho had a chance to
shoot Every man rj the courtroom
insured his own safety by following
the Judge's example. Last of all came
the conductor.' who told the acquitted
man that whenever he ond bLs friend
wished to ride on hh train to step
rl;ht Into the caboose and if he would
notify Mm a umptuou4 Innch would
te provided. Then Lasher walked ou
of the courtroom a conquering bero.
EUGENE HOLMES BURKE.
"'' " The Sacred Qoete.
In Egypt the goose was the emblem
of Scb, father to Osiris. A precious
figure of it is extant inscribed "Tho
Good. Goose Greatly I Moved. " It was
the national flag of Ilurmu and of
Randy, Ceylon. Wherever Ruddhlsm
rules the goose Is venerated.' There
fore It Is i leading motif In the art of
Japan and n symbol of peace and hap
piness in China. Figures of geese are
as indispensable at a Chinese wedding
as' is bride cake with us. In both
countries, us also In Ilurma and Slam,
weights are made In the shape of a
goose as a token of good faith, though
the connection Is not obvious, liut in
ancient Egypt tho samo custom ruled,
and Laynrd found goose weights
among his first discoveries at Nineveh.
A row of gigantic geese surrounds the
grent Ruddblst temple at Anajapoora.
The devout cherish a fond fancy thnt
all geese perform au aerial pilgrimage
to the holiest of lakes In the nima
layns every year, transporting the sins
of the neighborhood, returning with a,
new stock of Inspiration for the en
couragement of local piety,
, When tha Play Fails. -
;ratlently. . morning, noon, night,
sometimes far Into the dawn, the re
hearsals go on, first the steps, then
the music, then the words, then the
situations with principals and stars In
rehearsal and always the business,
the exacting comnnmd, the sharp re
buke, the tireless round..1'
'How would .you' like to' rehearse
day and night: seven weeks,' without
pay,' and ' find yourself out of : a Job
after the first night? - ;
. J'AVouldn't you rather read of a glo
rious triumph and see the manager
and 'authors and composers rake in
the shekels, the golden, glittering
shekels, oven though they grew fat on
them, for the sake of the people who
had rehearsed seven weeks without
J'Thc tragedy of failure is back In
the lar.d of make believe, down In tlie
crowded dressing room, down where
the girls huddle together and tremble,
down where one weeps silently and
dries her eyes on the skirt of a use
less costume.'. Smith's Magazine.
Poor Richard' Almanac i
Dr. Fin ri.Kn himself h on.' of the
lat uuiubors of Uv almanac gathered
together all the bot sayings of 'Poor
Richard,' which for twenty-five year
had amused and edified thoj country.
These sayings are In constant use at
this day.; For example, "Early to bed
and early to rise makes a man healthy,
wealthy and wise;" "Drive thy busi
ness let It not drive thee;" "Help
hand8,'for I have no lands;" "No galn.i
without "pajnsi" "Constant , dropulxu
weafs' aw'ay stones " Three removes
are ns bad as a fire;" "He that by the
plow would thrive roust himself ei
ther , hold or drive;" "A fat . kitchen
makes a lean will;" "Experience keeps
a dear school, but fools .will learn In
no1 other.'' It was such .homcjy.. max-,
lms ns these Inserted in all the tittle
gaps, of, the almanac that made It so
popular. Franklin said bo sometimes
sold 10.000 copies In a year, a wonder
ful salo for that day. The first number
of i Poor Richard's Almanac appeared
In 1732. "' - ' -I'
Not Well to Butt In.
;.,MAfter the ernsh," Imparted the first
hospital tnrgeon to the second. "I ran
over to where It lay on the pavement,
and when I raised It up I saw at once
that Its ribs were smashed, while a
gaping hole was torn In Its" -
"Pardon me. doctor," broke In the
medical student, who had caught these
words as he was alxut to pass by Into
the consumptive ward, "but If you
have no objections Pd like to take a
few notes on that accident case." . lie
pulled his notebook from his pocket.
"Was the case. a child?" . ,
' "No," the, surgexn Informed him to
his embarrassment "I was speaking
of ray umbrella." Judge.. , - , (
, .' ' A Needed Change.: :, j' - ,
The naTy department ohec received
from the commander In chief of the
fleet an official communication relative
to: certain changes recommended by
him to be made hi the uniform shirt of
the enlisted med. In accordance with
enstom this letter was forwarded to
various "officials for comment or ex
pression of opinion! the remarks of
each officer being appended on an in
dorsement slip. . Each Indorsement ln-
trodyces the subject matter of the let
ter in n brlof, nnd one of them .thus
tersely explained the contents: "Com
'mnnder In chief desires to change
shirt." LlpplneottU ' '
' ' Rhythm. In Rowing.'',' '
i Rowing means much' more than mere
exercl'o of muscles. Over It all , He
thestrong upell of ordered movement,
the delight of pure rhythm, which the
rowing man Is perfectly Just Hied In
rlalmlng must , be experienced to be
nnderstMid.--Field. , ,
- ' : - No Very Gfee!V '; i
"Otld. Isn't It, how human ways are
In such direct contradiction to na
' "fn vrliat, for Instance?"
"Did you ever find anything green
abfjut a grass widow?" En I rt more
Amerlesn ..' ',r
' ' 1 '" Tha Dilemma
"How can I ever learn to understand
that girl?" ' " ' 1
Tou can marry her, but when you
have done that It will be too late for
your understanding of her to Le of any
benefit to you." Exchange. .. . t .
' . r ,, i Teo Late Now, ,
Mother-I hope you rtre nice to tliat
yonng man who has been calling, dear.
Daughter I don't bare to be ' now,
mamma, for he's la lore with rs
It .Cures From - In
fancy To Old Age.
SOME MAN SOME DAY
May Make a Medicine for Brigiifs
Disease, Rheumaiism, Stomach
. and Bladder Trouble the '
L Equal, of ; ;,. -
BUT NOT YET.1
It is the Onlv Medicine which. Ko-
ables Yon to Keep a Perfect P.alance
jsetween the iiiminailons and lie
newals of the JJody.
Decay of the Body in
Old Age is.Unnatural
.' Periiictnent wastt-s of the hjtciii can
be avoided by laKitig San-.Iak, tn.tkiiig
each day a buthday lor the j-e too who
has a butt it ot Un tiTtal ti.edit'iiiH on
1 tu lid ittud unu It-m'ii how to core
Jinglit's DivtUae, Diabetes, Khi-una-tiMii,
La.iiv Hack and rioui.ich iifcfuvs.
Winn tho p.oJi'd of exhauthi'n ri-.t.-l: the
brilli and .i'aileii Jin- nerve cl l .i-. Is the
L'Ak-! with ll onJ ; -.. i -. ;M'ii.vf I...'.: aol iiy to
tu.niv biia tic ,.ii.en iiii n.tvo ine ower to
oxiUi.h the ... i.ic ili.it itccuiimlal Uijrni i ei
niul i tii!n..4ie them, lin y had tx-tter K-t a buttle
.t nr. Iiurnliaiu s s.oi-JhK. 1 ..in jer ul1
unu have ket a, lot(le ot tin im-Ulclne la my
houke UurhiK the tt year au t take a Uose mule
utten no 1 know It helps tORive streiiKth and
U. O. Keller, Lahsinn, Mick.
ell Wabliteimw fct.
Mrs. M. I. lirown, mistress of the hntler
lionse, Ijnislnx, Mich., aays: "Ouo year airn 1
wa In very poor health, nick and weak Irom
that much Urended disease, kidney trouble, call
ed Bright' Disease ly .nHlclalls. 1 have taken
about one do.en tiottles of Sau Jak aud have no
nyinptomsi ot tho old trouble to annoy 1110. 1
Klve this letter for the bandit It may bo to
K. S. HoukU. Kx-.ludn of 1'rohate, Lapeer,
.Mich . aays:
i bouKhl a'hottle of San-.fak froui V. A.
Snowman, the drtiKKist of l.opeor. 1 tea I was
noyeara old with Kcoat distress of the stomach
and a droway, leepy leelini:, which the med
Iclnc MiacorieUed 1 clieei fully pt rmlt the use
of thin letter for tlie beiiellt ot other."
Kdirar S. HoiikIi
I(tt r. Mic'i ,. arch 10, vx.
Mr..T 11 ( urtis. K lv 11 .u x l.aji,-cr fays:
"I wish (o cell you how much uooJ your ttan-.iak
has none lie I have inutile r!ieiiiiinll'-ia jiud
hvei tronh e IV year. onietniie my teet and
lliuhi we ie swollen so le .uhi u- w.-ai my fchoes
I have tan-n on. nnd on.-ii.! holt cs ot y .ur
rem.-dy. The luoui ha ah o..e uowu. "i'he
pain has gradually leit and Hi.- st.lt joints ate
irettiriif nure limber 1 limit; three or t.ur
Uatie of your Mjvit-.lak will cure me .oiii.l-(el.
Mere thanks lu wordH U a teelde way of ttdiinit
how arateml 1 l.vl for ihe henertts beslowcd
upon ine hy your niedn me."
ht. Jcbiet. Mleli ; Mari'h It, irKw,
Mrs. .h hij Frit Mia: "I have hueii In very
poor health for the past seven yeuis hnd have
since childhood been alllicted wltlL sick head
ache. I have taken 4 (Kittles of Sair-.lak ai.d It
has done inn a woiiderlul cood. 1 mil now able
to do lluht work, aud KainiUK lu strength. I
wish every lady hi Mu hman could have a hoi tie
If she Is weak and ailing, for I believe. It Is the
greatest medicine lu the world trom the fact
that my case was hopeless and my physicians
said I could riot l heljed by medicine.'1
We will give $100 to any church
or charitable institution if these
testimonies are not genuine.
Have you Kidney, Liver, Stom
ach or Bladder Trouble?
Are you a Rheumatic, with
Backache, Varicocele and Swollen
It restores t,(. ncftl to bt-altb and
youth. No remedy eq. i,i I to SM.H-.Jjik. ns
a bbxnl tonic The tired fctiing I !tc8
you like magic.
Ninety live peo.l out of evtly hundred can bo
reiu-ved of Stomsch Trouble. Ilackxche and
llheumatlsni lu 'Ji hours by taking SAN-.IAK.
.1 F. Itoe.41 K Main St., lljittln ("reek says:
"I wish to state that your San-.lak cured me of
Krleht's Disease after the local iIm ton raid I
could not live.."
ivr Sir: Voiir Imiuiry as to my health. In
reply will vay I have taken s Isollles of vour
MAN .JAK andean cheerfully recommend It as
the best medicine 1 ever found and th only one
that cured m of Ulabetea. 1 aindoniK harder
work than 1 over did and am perfectly well.
F. U. Ilolinan, The optician.
i ' Owosxo. Mich.
li:i West txchaiitfe St.
.'8AN-JAK is Bold in Vale by
Mathews c Wight, druggists, who are
reliable and will return the price of one
bottle (81.00) if San Jak. fails to do
good. Made by San-Jak Co., Chicago, 111.
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General Agents. Toledo, Ohio.
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We do Repairing Promptly.
If you are looking for .
Studcbakcr Wagons, Ovid and Pontiae Buggies and Surreys,
Empire Drills, Osborn Harrows and Discs, 20th Century
Kemp Manure Spreaders,
and arc Jo..ivi;ii; tor Ut-ln'4. yu; ii 'f i look iw farther. Aflvr many ,
years) ns- in i locality, thw vehicles and implements prove. Bsat
in construction Bast in working qualities Oast to wtar. Wo
iruarantee Satisfaction, a.) b. ture and r;ive us a trial.
Wharton & Co
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P 11 li R L l S S W l R E P E N CB.
Made of th. b. Imnl stt! wire. Ihorouuhlv iralvanizt -d. ' Th
not flip, they ar tior .Irivt-n l)"'n on
emus nars to the rod. Tb tUnvd st
tho market. Our prices are. liht. ee
ket. Our irtces are lu'ht. see the nnder.-?ic:ii( d' before placi
Wire Fence. I also handle Cadar Posts. , i '
WILLIAM WILSON, AGENT.
order tor Wire retire. also handle
1UU b a.
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The Yale F.xpositor has the deputation
.of doinsc the linest Job Work in the
-.Northern part of St Clair County. -
I'll IN TIM IS OUH BUSINESS. sL'K OUH SAMHJX
MONEY : -
By Using A
Send for Illustrated Catalogue
of Engines, Wind Mills,
and Feed Grinders.
Hot-Water and Steam Systems
house from the destruc-
tiveness of ashes and soot, - and
puff no coal gases or cellar gaseslMt
into the living rooms. ',: hjwn
NOTE: All gases are not odorous. fctjfj, J
lockH v, iU !
the wire, hence not a wire is injured. -'Id i
Woven Wire- Standard Farm 1'chch oi nJ
the nndersicrm d before, placinif lnr t
Cadar Posts. i I
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