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*low They Control the Organs of the Body. The electrical force of tho human body, at tho nerre fluid may bo termed. Is an cspo- •OUlly attractive department of iclonco, aslt exerts 10 marked an influence on tho health of the organs of the body. Nervo force is produced bj the brain and convoyed by moans of the nerves to the various organs of SUNDAY MORNING. MAT 13. the body, thus supplying the latter w vitality necessary to in- aure tholr health. Tbo pooutnonastrlc norvo, a* «hown here, may bo said •to be tbe most Important Of the entire norvo (79* tern, is It supplies tho heart, lungs, stomach, boweU, etc., wltb the nerve force necessary to keep thorn active »na healthy. As will bo seen by. the cut tbo long nerve descending from the boso ol tho brain and terminating In tbo bowels 13 the pnoumogBstrlc, jwhllo the numerous lit-, tlo branches supply the heart, lung* and stom- icb with nocessary vl- tallty. When tho brain becomes In any way disordered by Irritability or exhaustion, the norvq force which It supplies Ulo33Ciiod, and tho organs ropolvlntt tho dl-r roliilshodsupplyarocon- Mquontly weakened, Physicians generally _ . tho Imnortanco of rtiU fact, but treat tho to rccoKnlzo. organ itself Instead of tho cause of tho trouble Tho noted specialist, Franklin Wiles, M. D., LL. B., haft given tho jrreator part of hts llt\$ to tho study of this nubloct, and the prlnclpai discoveries concerning ft »ro due to his efforts. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, the unrivaled brain anil nerve food, la prepared on tho principle that all nervous nud. many other difficulties orlclnnto from disorder* of tho nervecentors. Its wonderful ««ccet.'<IncurlnK these disorder* Is testified to by thousands In «»ofypartof the land. Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness, nervous prostration, d'.zilnoss, hysteria, sox- nM debility, St. Vltus dance, epilepsy, etc. It 1*«oi ____________ _ _ __ iittiart, Ind.; borecelpt of "price, II J>M bottle, ilx bottles lor |3, oxpreu prepaid. SUNDAY BILL Of FAR3 TOR DINNER Celery Young Galons SOUP. Chicken Gumbo a la royal Lettuce Finn. Salmon and Trout, French Tomatoes Shrimp ilenler, dressed with Lettuce ROAST. Prime Bon.it of Beef, Natural Gravy .English Ribs of Beef, with Horseradish Kotiut Chicken, Cowell Dressing Pigeon Pie, Hunters' Style KNTRI>S. Veal Croquettes n la Sattel Strawberry Meringue VEGETABLES Mashed;;ir.d Boltal Potatoes Asparagus and Cream Lima Beans A QOOD RECORD. The records show that the train bearing the New York contingent of the Hotel Men's Association which passed through the city over the Pun Handle last Sunday made the best time on tho east end of the Chicago division between Bradford and Logansport. Tho train loft Bradford as tho second section of No. 21 one hour and twenty minutes late and made up forty-three minutes arriving hero bat twenty-seven minutes late, The tr&in lost timo on every division from New York to Bradford and It is a matter of some prldo to tho offlcsala of the Chi, eago division that they broka tho records. The train was hauled by engine S51 said to be tho best olas^ 0 engine on tho division. The onffino was manned by Engineer Wm. Rowo and Fireman Ed Gobi and thoy strained every nervo to make up timo. They completed tho run in two hours and forty-seven minutes, the distance being 110 miles. Deducting 1 one atop at Hardford City for water, all tho railway crossing stops and several stops for orders the train made considerably more than a mile a minute. This is said to have been the second fastest run made on the east end, tho fastest having been made in two hours and thirty-five minutes. Tbat train, however, was composed of flveordinary day conches while this train was a solid vestlbuled Pullman train of six coaches, much heavier than the former. Oa the north end the train would have made up the twenty-seven mia- utes lost on the eastern dlvltlon If it had not been for the fact that the locomotive ran hot and considerable time was lost on this account. It was an unfortunate occurrence that this should happen as the Chicago division officials made every effort to put the train through on time. Tho engine used on the north end was 622. '•''r.'ty &•**$ •"v'd,' '.•••'"-'.'•-*•'*'••. l;"-**;'*.•]„"-." f^ffill" -I -•*•'.:'!'"' hood fundr Inv«tl e ,tlon ibowi th»t the itrlke fund never reached but $69,000, and it was handled by the grand trustee. The Indiana, Illinois & Iowa railway from Kankakee, 111., to Knox, Ind., wants to extend to South Bend. Two townships In St. Joseph county will vote June 16 on aiding this extension with 113,000. The 'Three CV crosses the Pan Handle at North Jud. eon and is said to be one of the beat paying email roads in the country. Frank F. Felker left for Evansvllle yesterday afternoon to attend the session of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association to which he is a delegate. Mr. Felkor denies the rumor tbat the association contemplates abolishing the beneficiary feature but will dis» cues the point of making it optional for members to belong to the insurance fund. He states that the association Is perfectly solvent and amply able to meet all obligations as has shown by its past records. DRSKJIT. Wins Plant Flo Whipped Cream Pie Ornnge Ice Assorted Cake Coffee Tea Milk Buttermilk Wecaa'ttell you what life is bat we can say that the amount of it in a person depends upon the condition of the nerves. Without good, healthy nerves, life 1» feeble and miserable, and liable to leave the body entirely, but with nerves braced up by Dr. WHEELER'S NERVE VITALIZER Ufe is vigorous and athletic. The Vital- ber prevents over-exertion, unusual fatigue and extreme excitement from weakening the nerve* and cures all nerve disorders like Prostration, Debilityi Sleeplessness, Headache etc. PHICC, C1.00 A BOTTLK Inquire of druggist! for free MUnple. If not found, write u» enclosing five centi (itamps) for pottage. The doctor gives —71 free ad vice to any nerve diieaae sufferers. AU welcome. TbeJ.W. Brant Co. Msktrs ALBION, MICH. , MtwVerfe •We offer $500 to «nr phjnlctui or «MHBlH WbO CAD •bow brUMlyidaar otbtrwin.tbat tbli nmtdy contain* mcrphlot, opium «oc«lnt, or »07 Mnafbldrur. Sold by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. 1 Notice of Application tor Liquor License. Notice Is hereby given thai I, David Loftai of togtuwport, Cans county, Indiana, will apply to the Bi ard o! Commissioners of Cass County, Indiana, at th« .Tune session tu convene im th« first HonAiy ol June In the ye«r 1894, (or * license to sell malt, VIQOQH. spirituous and other Intox- JeatlDi liquors in a le»» quantity than a qnort at a time and sulTer the same to ba drank on the Tbe precise location of said premises Is M fol> loMitofttc At Johnston House bar room No 30 Csnul street, Logauport, Ind. DIVH> Lorro, Application lor License. Notice Is hereby given th«t the Loganspoit Hotel Company will make application at the r*g- OlM June term 18W of tn* Board »f County Com- mldlonen of Can county, Indiana, for • license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt Honors In les, •nunlltlee tt«n a quart at a time with the privilege of permitting toe same M tx drank upon the premise* whereon sold ThepnmlMi whereon nM Hours are to be soli) and drank are situated • M No. JIT Broadway strw t. tonnsport. Zel town:' iblp, Cut Coonty,Stalo of Indiana. tOOAMTOKT BOnLOO. ' By I. V. ULBm, fic«. BAD 1VHECK ON THE MONON. A bad wreck occurred on the Monon near Air Line junction, about 12:30 o'clock yesterday af sernoon. A south bound passenger train »an through an open switch derailing the entire train. The engineer broke a leg, the fireman nnd bagffagoman were injured tho latter probably fatally, and several paeeontfers were shaken up and some of them quite seriously hurt. The loss In rolling- stock Is quite hoary to the company. The accident waa caused by a gang of bridge carpenters who forgot to close the switch when they left. J. D. Allison, operator at the Fan Handle yard, Is sick. John H&rtz, of the Fan Handle boiler shop, IB quick ill with a malignant fever. Fred Westerman, the Fan Handle bollermaker left for Fort Wayne his old home yesterday on a short vlalt. Chaa. F.'tz night caller at the Pan Handle round house tas returned from Star City where he waa visiting his father. Wm. Scheuman, an apprentice at the Fan Handle machine shop had two fiogere of his left hand mahaed yesterday morning while at work. A special containing Gen'l Supt. J. F. Miller and party came up from Louisville yesterday morning and left for Gal City later on. Pan Handle engineer Al Wood received a telegram from Indianapolis where he resides yesterday morning that his home with all Iti contents had been destroyed by fire during the latter part of the night. The loss Is quite heavy. The time first flxed, May 18, for the new time schedule on the Pennsvl- vanis, linos, hai been extended to May 27. It was found that the schedules oonld not be arranged earlier. No specific changes have yet been announced, but a number are conjeo- tured. The ooal saving plan Introduced on the Chicago and Richmond divisions of the Pan Handle la meeting wlih much luooess and Is quite satisfactory to both employers and employees. The engine crows add a considerable amount to their monthly wages and a big saving of fuel la effected to the company. The grand trueteeu and grand executive board of locomotive firemen la •till In session at Terre Haute, and an adjournment will not be reached until next week. Several grievance against Chief Sargent are being investigated. Yesterday the Ann Arbor firemen returned home, having failed to secure the restoration of strike pay. Among the rumon prevalent, alleged to have been started bj disgruntled member*, li that of a one-hundred-. Today is Whitsunday. Who real Izos that at this feast is repented year after year tbo oldest anniversary com. msmoratioH known toman; that for more than three thousand, throe hundred years it has born its testimony to the truth of Gad's revealed religion? For fifteen centuries it was a festival Of tho Jewish church. For morotti n eighteen centuries the Christian church has kept it holy. The anti. qulty of Its steady testimony to revealed religion la well expressed by Bishop Doane when be saye: "We think of Greece, wa think of Rome as ancient; the feast of Pentecost had been observed flve hundred years before Homer sang. It had grown hoary with the frosts of seven full oentuiiea when Romulus collected his rude robber band beside the Tiber. More than a hundred generations have been garnered Into the grave since Its observance was ordained. And through them all Its observance never once has failed. What a solemnity has gathered thus about the day. With what sublimity its just appreciation must impress the soul. We think it long to tfi» apostles 1 times. It Is llttln more than half way to the appointment of this feaat. We count the Reformation old. It reaches but a tenth of the whole distance. When we reflect on the short livenoet of all human things, we must conclude that this has oome from God. And when we think how careful Ho Is of His power; that nothing that He does U done in vain, we may bo sure of eome great end In Its observance. In tbo wilderness He macie Paschal Lamb the forecast shadow ot the saorlfloe of His only begotten son. In the wllderneas He instituted the passovor as the perpetu» al admonition of the cross. In the wilderness He ordained the feast of weeks; the shadow cast before it of that-glorious feast of Pentecost. And what a glorious Pentecost It was! The crucified, indeed, had conquered. The rushing mighty wind 'has filled the world." THE OHCRCHEH. I thousand-dollar thortage In brother. I must ba fixed. YIHST PRKSnTTKHIAN CHTHCH—ROT. D, ?. Pnt- niim, pastor. Services at the usual honra todiiy by the pastor. Sunday School at 8:30 AcordUU welcome for oil. EVANGELICAL Cirtmon-Re?. 8, J. Zelglal. pastor. Services today at 10;30n m nnd 7:30 pm prononlni: by the mistor. Snbbath school at (1:30 am. ¥. P. S. C. E. lit C:3o P m. CiTuitcn OF C.HHTST (^cl-ntlst)—Sflrvlcos ^flll be held In thplr new roomn In tbe Magfm block, corner of Sixth nnd Broadway. Bible Cluss at 111:30 Monday morning. All are cordially Invited to attend. COMUEiitANn PRESIIVTEUIAK CHURCH. —Services nt 11 n m and 7pm. dundar Kcaool at U:W a. m. rTnachlnu by Hev. Cbiis E. Wellborn. Ph. D. of EvniiBvlllo, Ind , President ot the Missionary Council or the Irdlami Synod anil at Cumeer- lantl chapel north or town at 8 p. m. BROADWAT PRKSBTTETIIAN CHOHCH-RRV. E. S. (rcott, Pastor. Sunday School at I) :!0. n in. Mrs. Charles Clark, Sui/t. Secretary Cootc of th« Y. M. C. A. «lll cpnak at II a. m. Y. P. S, C. K. meeting Ht otfu Midweek prayer every Thursday evening. CimiCTiAN CmjRon-Corncr Ninth and Spear streflts. Rfv.T.S. Kroeman, Pastor. Services at 11 o'clock a m and 7:80 p. m. by the pustor, Sunday School at 0:30 a in. G, N.Berty, Supt. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:15 p, m. AH ore cordially Invited to these services. A. M. E. Cironcn—Corner of Clcott and Market streets, L. W. BatlllT, pastor. Services lit 10:80 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. M r ». Rfcocla Clark ol tho Bro'idwar Presbyterian church will nddrois the nudlmieeot7:M) p. m. In the iBterent of the "Horns of the Friendless." TBINITV EPISCOPAL Cnvmon—Rev. Douglas I. HOOUH, Rector. Todui is wlilt Sunday a n. m. Holy Commrnnnlon. 9:30 a in, Sunday School; 11 B. m. morning prayer. Holy Communion and sermon. Subject, "The rtiraolete or Comforter" 7;30p. m. evening prayer and sermon. A welcome for all, UNI7KK3ALJ3T CncRCH-Bnv. T, S. Gnthrle Pastor. Services today at this church at 11 a.m. anil 1:30 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m., Kdwani Cauls. Supt. Morning subject, "New Birth Regeneration." In the evening "Short bedsteauT Narrow covering." All are cordially Invited to these services. BBOADWAY M. E. CntJKcn-Hev. H. J. Norrls Pastor. Services at 11 a m and 7;SO p m prench- Ingby the pastor. Sunday School at i):45a. m. Kpworth League at 650 conducted by tfr', Banter. Topic, -'Glory Belongs to God," Morning theme, "A stranger snrt a, Strange doctrine." Evening theme, "A Wheel and its Lessons." MAHKjtrSTRTwrM. E. CmmcH-Rev, V. K, Wones, Pastor. Mrs. Olarlt will present the cause ol the home ot the friendless it 11:50 a Clnss meet'ngeat 11:50am und 8:30 p m. SBbhnth School at 9:30 a m. Junior League at 2 30 n. m. Epworth League at 8:30 p. m. Evening services at 7:80 p nt All are cordlalfy lnvlt»*. BAPTIST CHOUGH—Ret. W, H. H. Marsh Pustor. Services today fit 10:30 a. m. Breaching by the pastor Sunday School at 12. Meeting of th«B Y P n. In the lecture room at 030, Leader Miss Cora Winters. Subject, "The TisUnfof Peter., 1 ' John lldft. Morning subject, "The' Promise of tbe Lire tbat now Is." In the evening at 7:30 the subject will be, "Tbe Learenln tne Word."^ Connldorlng the extraordinary char- aoter of the Otto Kraui tale announced (or Monday, Ihe rules governing same Don't forget the State convention next Saturday. Special t r a in leaves W a bash depot at 7:50 a. ra. Remember this convention will be held regardless of tbe weathbr. The transportation committee are expecting a large crowd and from present indications they will not be disappointed. Lee Woods has gone to Martinsville. Geo, Barren will marshal tho local post at Lafayetto. P. V. Vlckor of Vincennos ropre- sentlng B. T. Babbit of Now York, was a visitor at tho pariora last even- Ing. Seven hundred and slxty-one members have been secured and accepted at National headquarters tho month of April. Thoro will bo a special meeting 1 to perfect tho organization of delegates and other important business Friday evening 1 May 18ih at 7:30. Tho members of Post A of Fort Wayno, tho plouoar post of this division are nuking extensive preparations to attend the convention. After a spirited contest for the honors Mr. Moynr Franklin h»3 been granted the privilepe of carrying the banner representing Post F at Lafay*. etto. Tho minority report on badpes was accepted by the post and we will hava a fine white silk ribbon printed in blue. Ladies accompanying members will also be provided. There is a movement on foot to enlarge our present quarters by adding a billiard parlor. We tbink this is in the right direction Make theee rooms popular and a place of recreation and pleasure. Mr. J. S. MoLftUghlin representing L.. Gould & Co., of Chicago, was a visitor at the parlors last nl^ht, Mr. McLauj;hlln Is a resident of this city and of course will be a member of Post F. The train bearing tho dele/ration to Lafayette May 19th will bo called tho Commercial Flyer, leaving Wabash depot at 7:50 a m. arriving at Lafayette at 9 a. m. A dining car will bo attached serving breakfast. Lafayette Commercial Gv.otte: Among tho prominent pontlemen wbo will be present at Ihe State convention next Saturday, the Hon. B. C. D. Road, Mayor of Logansport and honorary member of Post F will be with us in all his glory. An adjourned meeting was well attended laet evening. Geo. D. Custer being absent Joo Reltomler was elected chairman. Mr. Pittman was appointed to escort the South Bend delegation to the Wabash depot. Robert Graham was accepted as a member. A motion to carry canes was carried. Post adjourned to meet Friday evening. Aim's Oldest Largest Richest and Best Show on Earth. ITS RECORD IS UNIMPEACHABLE, IMPERISHABLE, UNBLEMISHED. ABOVE THE REACH OP RIVALRY AS THE STARS ARE ABOVE THE EARTH. SELLS BROTHERS BIG SHOW of the WORLD Presenting all New Exclusive Features, Three Big Circuses, in Three Separate Rings. Fifty Cage Menagerie, Real Roman Hippodrome Races and Gala Sports, Gladitorial Combats. Huge Elevated Stages, Australian Aviary, Afri:an Acquari urn. Arabian Caravan Grand Spectacular Pageants and Trans-Pacific Wild Beast Exhibit. LOGANSPORT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. ..-' 'V a^^A^C^.^":- ~^ ':~/-<^&.^>-'^\^^ 9109 Bcwtra, »100. The render of this paper will tw pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded diseases that science has been able to care In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive care known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constltntlonal disown, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is taken Internally, acting directly on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tbe disease, and giving the patient strength by building tip the constitution and asulstlng natnre In doing Its work. The proprietors have so mneh ffiltn In Its curative powers, that they offer One Hnndred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. .1. CEENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. HT dold by drngglHts. The Rlnkorr Gains Another Victory Mtsfi Shlnn'a hlcyole that was run over by one of O'Donncll's heavy loaded omnlbu908, was a Hickory, and It did not oven break a spoke. For sale by HENKV TUCKER. Mrs. Lucy C, Miller, Blngham, Mich,, writes makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer: "I needed help If any poor mortal .ever needed It." Many others need help for their nerves. Call on Ben Fisher. House for Sale Very Cheap—No. 808 Sycamore street. Inquire of A. DeLong, No. 102 Market street. BROTHERS Inaugurated the novelty of commercial Integrity, judicious but honest, advertising, moral and chaste performances andhlgh- er tone and respectability than was ever known before in the show bail- ness. It has always been a clean-eut, fair and square venture, noted for its meritorious magnitude and magnificence. Its twenty-tuird year will mark H.U epoch in its history never equaled on either side of the Atlantic or Pacific oceans. Having doubly increased their G-igantio Aggregation, while other shows have fallen by the wayside, Sells Brothers, in keeping with the spirit of the times, have revolutionized the Circus World the present season by reducing their price of admission from 50 to 25(3, which has been a whirlwind Innovation, astounding the largest audience* everywhere. The press throughout the country eulogize the incomparable and absolutely world-famous Sells Brothers' Greatest Show on Earffl. Two hundred startling acts ia three rings and elevated stages, an army of all-star artists, equestriennes, bareback riders, racers, gymnasts, acrobats, leapers, aorealists, chirioteers, bicyclists, trained horses, trained poniei* trained elephants, trained pair Hippototui, educate-i seals and sea lions, equestrian Lions, priinaldas, clowns and jesters, champion performers from' every land under the sun. Real Royal Roman Hippodrome Sp'orts. Thrilling and spirited race* of every apro and nation. FIFTY (Jolden ca-?es filled with rare wild beasts embracing every cap tive animal known to exist. Exhibiting more exclusive features than all other shows combined. THE GKAJS1>, GORGEOUS STREET PARADE absolutely eclipses any pagenant ever seen ia the public streets, take splace at TES OCLOCK A. M. on the day of the exhibition. 2 performances daily, afternoon and evening. Bijjgest show in the world. Prices within the reaeh of all 25 CENTS - ADMISSION »• 25 CENTS Special Excursion Rates on all Lines of Travel. Notice. Tho first payment on subscriptions of stock to the Citizens' Natural Gas Company of Logansport, Ind,, is now due and should ;be paid at the com. pany's office, corner of Market and Fourth streets. Shares of stock are twenty -five dollars ($25.00) each (two shares to a fire) to ba paid as follows: Aptll 20, IBM ................................................ * 1 «0 May2'l, 1894 ............................................... J 00 June 20, 189-1 ................................................ 1 00 July 20, 1834 ................. ......... , ...... - ........... 2 M AURUSI.20. 1K04 ............................................. 300 September 2». 1(01 ............... ~ ..................... » 00 October 20, 1894 ............................................ 8 00 Noveml><>r20, 1891 ............................ ........ 8 00 Drcemlwr 20. 1«0» ........................................ 4 00 January 20, 189i "0 WONDERFULI The Remarkable Cure of an Arkansas City Street Commissioner. I hod an attack of La Grippe the IBtti ol De- camber, complicated wltl) tonsllltls; WM confined to my bed one week. The physicians gara me up My breathing wa« very labored; bad a smothered sensation at times; my cbeat and lungs were v«rj •ore. Fhelp'n "Four C" remedy helped me the flrtt*»B:thanorenesslert ray chest almost In- stantlr; won well In three days. The above Is due Mr. Phelpn In simple Justice to this wonder- mi medicine. P. H. FBiNET.,' FStreet Commissioner Arkaniiu City, December 30th, 1891. Four "C" lias cured Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Ulcerated Tonsllltls, In composition It Is DIFF2BRNT, Is HOR« POWERFUL and Aomm In fact Is as DUTERRENT from any other Ituif remedy as molasses Is different from vinegar. It Is a REVELATION. BHT or ILL Ton TAD ico KOI. The «s3*»cn of the contract is, roar "C' HUBT Gift SATISFACTION or mouejlnfundW * BEN FISHER. JOHN GRAY, President. C. W. GRAVES. Secretary. Home Seeker'* Excnnion* May 8 and 29. 1894, tho Wabaeh Railroad Company will sell round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates to principal points In the Northwest West, Southwest and South. Fo particulars of which please call on o address C. G. NEWELL, Ag't, Logan sport, Ind. Bctnrn of Subscription Book». All parties having- stock subscription books of the Citizens Natural Gas Co. are requested to leave them at the company's office for auditing without delay. It is desired that all such books be in b> Saturday night if possible. C. W. GKAVES, Sec'y. *1.55 Round Trip to ladl«napoll« via PeuuaylTtula Line*. Wednesday, May 16, for all regular traing of that day account I. 0. 0. F. Encampment. Returning trains leave Indianapolis 11:15 a. M- and 11:20 p. m.. and return coupon valid until May 17, inclusive. Vandalla Line. $1.55 to Indianapolis and return, tickets good going May 16, and to return Including May 17; account of I. 0. 0. P. Grand Lodge of Indiana. For particulars apply to J. C. EDOBWORTH, Ag't. If your child ia weak and sickly, give Rlnehart's Worm Lozenges. For sale by B. F. Keesllng and Keystone drug itore. _ Acute and chronic catarrh; dUeaset of the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth itreai Telephone 157. Nature* Pale lips, flashed cheek's—nature* signal for worms in children—that the mother may see the danger and provide the remedy. The only known thorough cure is Blnehart'a Worm Lozenges—they remove all kinds of worms and tho worm nest. Pleasant to take, need no cathartic and are a safe and certain euro. For sale by B. F. Keesllng and Keystone drug store. Quaker headache capsul* give relief in ten minutes. 5O Of these DOZEN Beautiful Waists In Blue, Pink, Lavender, Navy and Black ground. Sizes 22 to 42. Only 5 0 Cents AT THE BUSY BEE HIVE, < 09-411 Broadway.

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