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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, August 23, 1896
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Gladness Comes ,ith a better understanding of the ». transient nature of the many phys- ls. which vanish before proper cf' crentle efforts—plcasantcfforts- •y directed. Thuro is comfort in |kc knowledge, that so many forms of ncss arc not due to any actual dis- C, but simply to a constipated cond'. : of the system, which the plcasar.t I ol LUC ojaMjitUj M iti^i* v..w r •fcmUy laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- Iwremoves. That is why it is the only Miedy with millions of families, and is «i«rywhero esteemed eo higHy by all •bo value (rood health. Its beneficial •fleets are due to tho fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal «U»nlines3 without debilitating the •wans on which it acts. It is therefore •U Important, In order to get its bcno- "-' effect's, to note when you pnr- that you have the genuine art;«», which is manufactured by the Cali- Jornla Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by •U reputable druggists. M in the enjoyment of good health, •ad the system is regular, laxatives or ;tj|ber remedies arc then not needed. 11 -^Ucted with any actual disease, ona •tar be commended to the most skillful •••kfsicians, but if in need of a laxative, ,S* should have the best, and with the W»U-lnformcd everywhere, Syrup ot i stands highest nnd is most largely land (rives most caneval satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Baih RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose , 25c. WON'T BE EELIEVED. Roar Admiral Beardslea to Betaln Command of Pacific Squadron. Hl> Kosumr Term Expires Thla Mooth- Spoculntlon n» to Ulii Probable Suo- ceiior-Comuoodore Dowcy Likely to Bocolve tUc AHulB"™ 00 *' A New York Herald special from Washngton sa.ys: Although tlio tour of duty of Roar Ad- mind L. A. BcMdBlec, m command of the Pacific station, will expire this month, it is understood, thot bcc- retiirv Herbert will not relieve him until"the fall. Before Uje. secretary's departure for Alabama- "(lie question wns raised as to the date when Admiral Bcn-rdslee- should be relieved, und h£ decided thatM. orders should be issued unlil to the close of the first maneuvers. As in ail gossip connected with squadron command, the name of Hear Admiral namsny, chief of the bureau of navigation, is mentioned as Admiral Beordslee's successor, but it onn be RIGHT AND LEFT Paralyzing blows'are being dealt at disease by the grant tonic and regulator, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Fever and ague, general debility, rheumatism, nervous ailments, constipation and dyspepsia, arc among the maladies for which experience has proved It a spcciflc. Us worU is thorough, its effects arc prompt. It is not, however advertised to produce Immediate cures though it affords speedy relief, and will, If given a reasonable trial, such as any standard remedy deserves, root out tlie maladies to which It Is adapted. In emergencies arising in families, It is partlcunlrly serviceable, and It is esteemed throughout tbe land as a medicine of comprehensive uses, wholesome vegetable composition and unobjectionable flavor. It has risen to popularity by purely legitimate means, and only ['well substantiated facts are alleged In regard to it. Use it system- aticalh'. ALL BAIL ROUTE TO,-THE SEA, To Atlantic City Without T^nsfer via Pennsylvania Lines. By the opening of the Delaware River Bridge the Pennsylvania Lines have become the only all rail route to Atlanitlc City and tbe seashore. Transfer of passengers and baggage at Philadelphia via Market street Ferry and Camdon is avoided, as seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Concliw* depart from Broad street station, oi which passengers form the west over the Pennsylvania Route arrive in that city. Through trains from Chicago, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and rntennebiate points on the Pennsylvania Lines make convenient connection with tbe seashore trains. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent. Prevents Wetting Head yioot or Walls. Hornless Water Closets, Send for Catalogue fntt Proof Water Closets, Self-Actlnu Water Closets. Kelly Stop and waste Cock, • THOS. KELLY & BROS.,, No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. g. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR D. B. CHURCH. yraienoo, ind., Sept 8,1880. n'Syrup Co.: ... Dear Sir:—I;have been.afflicted over twenty years with dysp.eps.la : or. sour ttomach. I have tried different reme- 4tas without much benefit. Finally 1. fcnight a 10-ceht bottle of Syrup Pep•In and found that It benefltted me. 1 MB convinced- that' It will do what U M recommended when taken according «t directions. I bav* taken nearly one vfcrttte and feel like a.different person. S. P. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. SUttMER TOURS ... VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES S - Solid Vestibuled Trains • i With Wagner Sleeping Cars - t» Hew Korfc and Boston from Bt, Lonls, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limited." Si* Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandusky, Cleveland Tourist Rates in all Directions. ; E. O. McCorraicfc, ! • Pass. Traffic Manager.. .' • . D. B. Martin, f-' ' .GenL Pasn and Ticket Agent. St Joseph U a most delightful resort during this extremely torrid weather. jT«re for the »omd trip, »2.00. Train t 7iOO a. o. safely asserted that this officer will not leave his present billet. Commodore George Dewcy is also on applicant for the billet, and the general impression ct the department seems to be tha,, he will be given the assignment. Commodore Dewey is now the president of the board of inspection and survey. Another officer stationed at the navy yard, Civil Engineer U. S. G. White, has made application for assignment to membership of the, Santa Monioi engineering- commission. The other applicant for this billet at the New York navy yard is Civil Engineer F. C. Sprindlc. The secretary is understood to have determined to recommend to tho president the appointment of a line officer. Commodore. E. 0. Matthews, at present chief of the bureau of yards and docks, may receive the assignment. LIEUT. PEARY IN AN ICE FLOE. Prof. Torr Writes That Their steamer I» Stalled Off Greenland, i Prof. R. S. Tarr, of Cornell university, who started with Lieut. Peary on oil arctic geological expedition m the steamer Hope, has written to his family iu Boston that the steamer is hung up in the floe ice off the Greenland coust. Sir. Tarr's letter does not speak as if the vessel were in any immediate danger. Tho arctic expedition headed by Sir Martin Conway and his nephew has accomplished the first crossing of Spitsbergen from oast, or west. In the central portion of the islands was found a vast ice plateau. Sir Martin Conwny's expedition reached Advent bay, SpMzbereren, from England via Tromsoe on the steamship llirfteiind on June 20. The members of the expedition were Sir Martin Conwuy and his nephew, Trevor Battle, Dr. J. W. Gregory, E. J. Ganvood' and Mr. Studley, a sportsman. They possessed two Norwegian ponies and three sledges of the pattern adopted by Nansen. . The explorers proposed to split up into two parties. Sir Martin Conway, Ganvood and another intended to go into the interior, while the three .remaining members were to stay at the coast to geologize and collect birds n-nd eggs. Sir Martin Conway hod made arrangements to be taken, off with his companions about September 5, and it .will thus be seen that the expedition has- returned sooner than expected. ARMOR FOR TORPEDO BOATS. Bn'ecaw of Kot»k» Snffgolta the Ide» to English Buil<J«r«. One effect of the late China-Japanese war which is just developing was to direct the attention of-naval architects to the necessity of providing some armor for the little torpedo boats which form the main reliance of many ports for defense against hostile fleets and are also necessary adjuncts of these very fleets. Among the Japanese torpedo boat ' s •.which covered themselves with glory m the attacks upon, the Chinese fleets at Port Arthur and Wei-Hai-Wci was the little- Kotaka, a vessel built 11 years ago by Yarrow. She had some armor, not much, it is true, but one inch over the boilers and machinery,, and this enabled her'to run in. where no other boat could escape destruction. The British designers were quick to see the advantages of this slight protection, and information has just rcachtd here that Yarrow has just made a successful trial of one of the four boats built for Argentina, all intended to bo similarly covered over the vitals with half nil inch of high grade steel armor. While a slight sacrifice of speed is made to ea.rry this armor, it is held that it will give thecrewsgreater confidence, protect them against the raiu of small missiles, which are .really more de- Btructive than heavier projectiles, and BO make the boat more effective. Prob- nbly th* idea will be token up by our naval experts- before long, j MULES FOR CUBA. BpmUsb A K ent Fnrcha.ci JFlve Unndred ' for Ese In .the Army. Col Jose Garcia, a purchasing agent for the Spanish army, has been .in St. Louis for several days, and during his visit bought 300 mules, making the trado through Joseph Wolfert & Co., of -the Union stock yards. Col. Garcia has gone east for a short stay, but will soon return. Before leaving- the city he contracted for 200 mules, making 1 a total of 500, and he stated that ho expects to buy at least 1,500 in- thta, market.' The mules will be used in the transport and other service ol the Spanish army in Cuba. The price pail ranged from $25 to $100. , .' Fbresls cover about 10'per cent, of lie earth's landed area, nnd 25 per cent/of Europe. The highest yield is in ..the. United Kingdom, namely: Sixty c.ibic| feet of timber per acre, wherea? In Brazil, for example, It is about qneiuWo Roadside ,Tim—"Wat caused de blolse tor croak? Rajrwced Reffgic-Driulciu 1 er quart o' milk punch after catin 1 er lot o' lobster salad. Roadside Jim— Golly, he must er died happy.—Washington Times. If you have ever seen a little child in the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWitt's Oollc & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea it is a reliable remedy. We 'could not afford to recommend this as a cure unless it were a eure.-Jno. SI. Johnston. In England and Wales the average duration of married life has been computed at about twenty-seven years. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world :ot cuts, ttrulsea, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever wres, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains -orns and all skin eruptions and posl- dvely cures piles or no pay required. tt IB guaranteed to give perfect satls- fiictlon or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. P.. Keesllng.- All.the letters of the alphabet are contained in the following: "A quick, brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE Mr. G. Cfiilouettc, druggist, Beaver- vlllc, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I ow'e iny life. Was taken with 1ft grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's N'ew Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first doso began to get better, and after using throe bottles was up and about again. It is worth.its weight in gold. We won't keep store without It." Get a trial bottle at B. F. Kcesllng's drug store. AN EMBARRASSING The Young MISTAKE. She W«i • M»n Thought Boggur. He was very busy, no doubt, ponder- ing'some deep subject. He strode aJong vrith his hat well over Ms brow and his eyce fixed upon tbe ground. He had been, accosted several times in the block- by beggars and nod his train of thought Interrupted .by stopping to flingi them X" Rays Of severest trial awl test prove in regard to Hood's Sarsaparllja It doefiD' ; matter much whether stek headache, biliousness, Indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by unavoidable' circumstances; He- Witt's Little Early Risers will speedily, cure them alt.—Jno. M. Johnston. MEETING, KNIGHTS OF PYTT-IIAS tfaltfonra Rank, Cleveland, O., August 23 to 30, 1S9G. The Wabash will sell tickets August 22, 23, and 2* to Cleveland, at one fnre for the round trip, with choice of routes by rail or lake. Tickets -will be good to return to a»d Including Angus t 31, 1S06. For full particulars Inquire of Wabnsh Ticket Agent. f FOB OVER FIFTT "TEARS. Mm. WInsiow's soothing Syrup has •een used for over fifty years by mil[loan of mothers for thfc!r children while teething, with perfect success, rt ioothes the child, soitens the gums, illays all pain, cures wild colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents i bottle. Be sore and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup." and take 10 other kind. Besides doing the butter-making cooking, washing and housework for her family, an eighty-year-old woman of Whitueyville, Me., walks a mile or two daily to pick blueberries, for which she gets about S cents a quart. Tfleories of cure may. be fllscuaeed at length by physicians; bnt the sufferers want quick relief;, and .One Minute Oough Cure will give It to ^them. AJ eafe cure for .children. It .la. "the. only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. EXCURSION TO FT. WAYNE. Excursion to Ft Wayne:.vla Wabash Sunday August 23, rate ?1.00 for round trip, leave Logansport at 7 a. m., •' returning .leaves Ft. Wayne at T.:i m.; Grand reunion of. German.slngin:;. societies of Northern Indiana under the auspices of,the Ft. Wayne Saenger-; bund. All the German singing societies will appear in n musical program at Robison's park. The Ft. Wayne Saengerbund will entertain its friends at its new and magnificent hall at No. 55 West Main street. train 30 p. EXCURSION TO -FETOSEEY AND •MACIN'AC ISLAND. Via. Vandalia Line, September, 1st. On the above date the Vandalia Line will run a low-rate excursion to Pe- toskcy and Maclnac, Michigan. Tickets good returning for ten days. This is the only through car line to northern Michigan. For full particulars, call on nearest Vandalia line ticket agent, or address E. A. Ford, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Louis Mo. "BIG FOUR" TO ST. PAUL. On "account of the Thirteenth Encampment G. A. B., at St Paul, Mian., Sept. 1 to 4, the Big Four route will sell tickets at one cent per mile from Btations on its lines. Tickets good going August 30 and 31 and September 1; good re-turning until September 15, with privilege of extension until September 30,1SGG. See nearest agent for particulars as to routes. SOMETHING TO KNOW. It may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres In the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs In throwing off impurities in the blood, Electric Bitters Improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very • best blood purifier and nerve tonic •Try It. Sold for 50c or $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Kcesllng's drug store. HALF RATES TO MILWAUKEE, On account of the National convention of Republican League Clubs, August ,23, 24 and 25, The North-Westerr (Chicago & North-Western Railway) eel! excursion tickets from Chicago to Milwaukee and return at rate of one fare for the round trip. For tickets and full information apply to ticket agenta of connecting lines, or address W. B Knlskern, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. The whole system Is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and open' sores. DeWltfs Witch Ha«pt Salve speedily heals them. It is the best pile cure known.—Jno. M. Johnston. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC 1 CONVENTION INDIANAPOLIS, . SEPTEMBER 2, '1890. The Vandalia line will sen .excursion tickets on August 20th, 30th and 31st good to return until September 7th, Inclusive from all stations, at one fare for the round trip. For full particulars call on nearest V-andalia line ticket 'agent, or. address E. A. Ford, Gen'l. Passenger Agent, St. Louis Mo. •Don't trifle away time when you ."urn cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Figh them in the beginning with DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't hav< to wait for results. Tiey (ire Instan taneous and It leaves the bowels In healthy eonditlon.-Jno. M. Johnston. •The Tandalia line will-run a.specia excursion to Lake Maxinkuckec nex Saturday, August 22d. Fare for tin round trip, $1.00. Time 10:5G a. m. Poison Ivy, -Insect bites, bruises scalde, burns, are quickly cured by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pll M. Johnston. ."Boys will be boys," but .you-.can't .afford to lose any of them,. Be ready for the green apple aeascn, by having DeWltt's Oollc & Cholera Cure In the boose.—Jno.' M. Johnston. T IRED MOTHERS find help in Hood's Saraaparilla, which gives them pure blood, « good appetite and new and needed STRENGTH. The Eel river division of the Wabasl railroad will sell round trip tickets t the Farmer's picnic on the old Indiac battle ground one mile east of Adams boro on Thursday, August 27, at.2 cents. .Trains leave Westside depot special, at S:30, regular .at 10:45 a. m returning leave grounds at 4:30 p. m All trains stop at picnic grounds. Many a day's work IB lost by .sick headache caused by indigestion anc stomach troubles. DeWitt's LltH Early Risers are the most effectual pll for overcomlnsr siich difficult!**.—Jno M. Jonnston. . . .•' . •••.;•• He was vaguely aware that a. figure had stoppedinjront of him and he said, rather testilyT "I haven't any change." \ The gasp of breath which caused him to look up produced an exclamation, from his lordship. Standing before him, •was o, fairer vision than is usuallyJbM held in Wall street. She was a veW charming young woman, wearing the very • choicest of grass-cloth gowns, under which gleamed a dark-rose silk. She held her pretty parasol well away from her face as she looked haughtily at him, and her checks grew crimson under -her veil, until they rivaled the American, Beauty rose she wore at her belt. He tried to apologize, but before He could summon the proper words she turned to a man near, who looked as if be would be willing to spend his life in her service, and asked him the way to er lawyer's offiae. She evidently VTBS n a part of .New York new to her, and there was not a'messenger boy or po- i«eman in bight. With a glanee of triumph at the first me he gave her the necessary directions, >rolong-ing them as much as he dared hat he might look into the beautiful yes upturned to his own. He raised his hat whan she said, with bewitching smile: "Thank you so much," and disappeared in the crowd. "Better look before you Kpcak, old ellow," he said to the other one. They were both en route to the. la-w- Tcrs' club for luncheon, nnd though it cost him a couple of bottles of wine to jeep the story quiet, it pot out some- low, and one only hns to say, in a high, mock feminine voice: "Kind sir, can you tell me the way—" to tease thatris- yoimg lawyer, who has mentally vowed to scan very carefully every one who approaches hhn in future before takes it for granted h is n beggar.— JT. Y. Telegram. ___ HE WAS MISTAKEN. The Little Man's Name Wa» Not Bambo, Nor l>ld He Hall from Sandoaky.' All the passengers in the cor noticed that the big man on the left of the rear door was looking fixedly at the small man opposite, and by and by the small roan himself noticed the same thing. After an embarrassing interval of three minutes he observed: "Well, what is it?" "Excuse trie, sir," replied the big man; but your face seems familiar." "Yes." "Though I can't place it. "No?" "Is -your name Eambo'?" "No, sir." '..'... ' ' . • "i thought it was. Didn't you used to live in San-lusky., 0.?" "No, sir; never was in Sandusky in my life.". .. ;. . ••-'•, "Wasn't there in 1890,.eh?" "No, sir." •'That's queer. Just the minute I got sight of you 1 was sure you was Kambo, of Sandusky. If you are—" t'But J.'m not!" interrupted the small man. ' "I never heard o* Rambo and was never in SanJusky." 'Well, that settles it, I suppose,' said the big man, as he looked out of the window nnd back again; "but if you hadn't said RO I should hare continued to think you were the man." "And what of it?"'retortcd the email man, flushing up. over it. "Oh, nothing much. He eloped wjth my 1 wife, from Sandusky in 1690, and I heard they were living in Detroit, If were -Rambo I was going- to ask 1st, Greatest Merit I Secured by'a peculiar Combine . tloii, Proportion and Process unknown to others — which > naturally and actually produces 2 d, Greatest Cures Shown by thousands of honest, voluntary testimonials—which ; naturally and actually produce 3 d, Greatest Sales According to the statements ol druggists all over the country. In these three pointi Hood's SarsapariUa. is peculiar to itself. Hood's SarsapariUa Is the best- It Is the One True Blood Purifier. rt-tt are the only Pills to take PlllS with Hood's Sarsaparlllv A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. ••SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. TLe (Uperior accommodations given the jreat number of patrons of the above ..-*!n during the past tourist season, warrants the announcement of plans •«r next season of finer service with tqulpment superior to anything yet snown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inauguration of •SUNSET LIMITED" tbli fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route" In connection with thu "Queen ind Crescent Route" are running tbe anly line of through tourist Pullman Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and 4an Francisco. These excursions are sf>ecially co&- Incted, and the object Is to enable thoie who do not care to buy the first-<:lasi •ound trip or one way tickets, to enjoy t comfortable ride with sleeping car frlvlleges and no change of cars at the »try low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. a. CONNOR, Commercial Agt 8. P. lo., Cincinnati, 0. . W. G. NEIMTER, G. W. Agt. 8. P. «o., Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. ft T. Agt 8. P. to., New Orleans, La. you : "If you'll g-et off the car-I'll lick you and Eambo and Bambo and Hoodoo and all th'e rest of the gang put together! ".shouted the small man, as he (rot. up and went out. ."No—oh,, no!" replied the big.man. "No there is no call to fighu If you rire : not- Rambo, I beg your . -pardon Your face had a fomiliar look, and I just thought I'd ask tf—'\ ••- .. Biit;tne small njan ; hopped.offi the car and went his way, and the big man heaved a sigh and looked around and "I'm sorry I offended him, but- I thought it was Rambo, and was going to ask if Maria had had her teeth fixed and; her eyes straightened."—Detroit Free Press. Tb« Tree of Life. The Guaraunos are to be found all over the delta of the Orinoco. They eat little, and wear less. Many authorities claim that they subsist on the moriche palm tree plant. Whetherthis bo true or not, the tree in question is without doubt an. indispensable factor in the problem of life. Not only does it furnislx a inf? elevation for a home, but give* a nutritious sago, or meaJ, from which L;-ead is mode, a tree 15 vears old yielding COO pounds of this roeiU. In addition, the juice furnishes a kind of wine, and out of the fiber is made cord, rop», hammocks and a rude species of cloth. This tree, owing- -to the many and various purposes it serves, was called by-tile early missionaries the "tree of life."— "Glimpses of Vene- zuela." .'.--: .' •'.'.,-. . * ' '• -.'.— ^ -"-.—- • • ' MOPO TlmjWmn .He .Ne ; Penning Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO; CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- ; WAT AT ST. JO- j SEPH. | Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntii about Sept. 30tb the Bteamera ot Uils line-will make two trips each way dally between St Joseph and Chicago, tn the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:80 p. m. an4 10*0 p. in., dally. Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 0:30 a. ni. and 1130 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St Joseph at I a. m., and leave . Chicago at 2 p. m. Bnnnlng time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, having St Joseph Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenlugs. Tbe equipment of this line Include* tbe side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City ol Milwaukee (the largest and T •nest west of Detroit), and the newly, rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Tandalla "tains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla .Cine stations. Chicago dock f«ot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mica.. !eavc th!S hotel this morning. ' ., '' ''.,' Miss LenW-Isn't that rather sud- TOrv I have .been telegraphed for. And, now.' I have only just time to kiss you /rood-bv and catch. the train... .Miss Lenox-Ob, if you're in such » hu'rrv you can save some of that time, Mr. Clarkly.— Bay City Chat. —Spelt, n very peculiar variety of wheat, is a favorite smong the farmer* ta many parts of southern. Europe, Going For A Lake Trip? You'll fully onloy a If you takoonooi the . /"- JUCBIGAM AHD LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION COJS " lGANT: w .Sailing! bttween CWc«sv>_»n<l M»eWn '••r.--' -natoce. TraveU 'twtxt i' "-rtiT Hirbor Spring., : __ to » Chicago. . . -,.: *• Write for our reaaaDie:,j reading tnattor, free,. oPy auk your neareot arcnfc ..-;• Address Joo. Berolihelm. : G P A.. ' •'. ,i' LAKE MICH. AND fcAKS^ SCFEBIOR TBAHB.OO.

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