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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, August 27, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a lietter understand nip of the transient nature of tho many phys- letlills, which vanish before proper el- «~«._(rentle cITcrts-plciisiuit efforts-directed. There is comfort in ilg-c, that so many forms of mess ore not due to any actual dis- e but simply to a constipated cond- i of the system, which the pleasant lily laxative, Syrup of Vigs. prcinpt- emoves. That is why it is the only (JS. J Hit U -O ni"» * *• "-• --* — v wneay with millions of families, and is Jwrywhcre esteemed so highly by al Who value Rood health. Its bcnehcial •fleets arc due to the fact, that it is the iae remedy which promotes internal Zuknliness without debilitat-ap the anfans on which it acts. It is therefore Sfimportant, in order to pet its bcne- •elal effects, to note when you pur- Zhisc that yon have the genuine urh- STwhich is manufactured by the- California FifT Syrup Co. only and sold by •U reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of pood health, •nd the system 'is regular, laxatives or •ihcr remedies are then not nceclefl. " .Iffllcted with any actual disease, ona TO be commended to the most skillful ™ icians, but if in need of a laxative, J should have the best, and with the ll-informed everywhere, Syrup of __»stands highest and is most larfrely ^Sdandprivesmost. general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose $a Express Ad, 2Dc. Prevents Wetting Bead 1'loor ot Walls. Hornless Water Closets. Send for Catalogue Proof Water Clcsets. Self-Actlnj? Water Closets, Kellj Stop and Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. .-MV. 8. P. KLOTZ. PASTOR C. CHURCH, •TH!.-. YARD MEASURE. Stiimlanls Have Vnrlod In tiio Different Agc» of the World. The yard is the British and Amcri- c-in standard ot length. Down to 1S2-1 the ordinal standard of Britain, (and from which ours wivs copied) was a rod, which had been deposited in the court, of cxoheqiier, London, in the time ot Queen Klirabeth. In those days, says Ihe'St. Louis Republic, all measures iHH-ndcd for general use w.-.re tak-en to tlu- court, of exchequer to be examined by the proper olliccr. Tl-atoflleiiU took the proposed measure and placed i; •niiniUel with the standard, nnd if found correct, placed certain marks of identification upon it. By an net of parlia- "iciit in JSLM the old Elimbetha.n standard was superseded by another, winch ]rid been constructed under tho. directions of the. Itoyul society 04 years previous. This act provided that the straight line or -distance between the centers of two points in the gold studs in the brass rod now in t.hii custody of the clerk of the house of commons shall be the genuine standard of the yard measure, in Great Britain." The net further provided that the measure- jnwits of the rod must be made, when tho temperature of the brass rod was nt C2 degrees Fahrenheit. That standard was destroyed by flre in 1S34 and the commission appointed to. replace it ruado the yard measure now, in use. The new standard was deposited in the house of parliament in 1555 and authenticated copies of it are In the possession oi our government officials at Washington. L.I IIonR Chans'* Pipe. The Brussels correspondent of tho London Daily Chronicle says that an amusing- incident occurred nt the royal dinner given to Li Hung Chang, the other evening. After passing into the state driving-room, at the conclusion of dinner, the Chinese envoy, apparently in ignorance of the rule of court eti- ouctte which strictly forbids smoking in tbe state apartments, pulled out a Ion" pipe, whicJi, duly filled avid lighted by "his secretary, was returned to the owner, who bepm drawing it with cviden-t sutisf.aotion to himself. King Leonold, with kindly tact, had c.ga- ruttes thereupon passed round, nnd In 8 few minutes the whole company were puffing vljTorously. BfJCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and .ill skin eruptions aud positively cures piles or no pay- required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Kecsling. Dr. Hobbs Little Liver Fills I net RcuLly yet promptly on the Liver, Q , Stomucli ami Bowels. TlieydispulSIck Q headaches, fevers nnil Colds; clc.-.nsc Q Ilia system thoroughly; cure habitu.-.l X constipation. They tire siifrar-contcil, X 1 don't erlpe, very urnnll but Rreat. in \J I results. Recommended, by Physicians U ) and DruKRists. U Hnbl). lltmiiily On, Clikn 5 o and ttan Frmtkeo, ( ) I-'ur Sale in LOGANSPORT. IND., hy Q iSun Pislmr, 311 Fourth Si,, and John I-. ^ Coi-.lson. .10.1 Marko: St. -^ A Collector Now. "Keep still," commanded the tall burglar, pointing 1 his revolver at the householder, who had just waked up. "We don't wantyour money. We've got all the money we want. All we're after now is your inonopram handkerchiefs. We're making 1 a collection." And while he thus discoursed, with the owner of the premises the short, pimply-faced burglar went through the bureau drawers.— Chicago Tribune. A Pretty Tea Cloth. \ tea-cloth, a yn.rd square is mnde from pn.lt* b.lue linen ornaroented ty Renaissance lace braid in crcn,m white. These braids n.re laid on the slamix*3 design and sewed down along 1 the edges. The design itself is a wide band iu conventional rfgurw; that extend di- ngonally ;i.cTos;i the cloth in leaves and flowers' The samo <1es!ffii is vised m the corners. Bach side the baud thc.ro is a.ppliquwl a wide band of Torchon lace in a beautifully open pat- Ti. The sa.me l.oce is used as a fnJl round, the. cloth. The, design would bo pretty for ,1 bedroom stajid-covcrlf worked on pale green or Canary-colored 1 DID iOU EVEK Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now aud get relief. This medicine has been found to be iia.rticul.arly adapted to the relief a.nd cure of .-ill female complaints exerting a wonderful direct Influence in Rlvins strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells or arc nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dlMy spoils, Electric Bitters is the medicine •ou need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and :i.OO at B. F. Keesling's drug store. SOME PLURALS. ffe'll begin with a box. and the plural is boxes, But tho plural of ox should bo oxen, not Then one fowl Is a goose, but two .are called gc-eao. Yet tlic plural of mouse should never oe meeae. You may find u lone mouse or a whole nest oC mice, But the plural of house 13 nouses, not ll'CG If the'phiral of man Is always called men Why shouldn't the plural of pan be culled pen'' The cow In the plural may be cows or kine, _ But a bow If repeated Is never called And the plural of vow Is vows, never vine. It I speak of a foot and you show mo your And l" Vive you a boot, would a pair be called beet? If or.e is a tooth, and a whole set arc teeth, Why shouldn't the plural of booth be called beeth? . If the singular's this and tho plural Is Should the plural of k'ss ever be nicknamed Jtecse? Then one may tie that anJ three would be those, , Yet -hat In tho plural would never bo hose. And t ho plural of cat is cats, not cose. We speak of a brother, 'and also of brethren, But though we say mother, we never say mcthren: Then the masculine pronouns are he, his anrt him, But Imagine the feminine she, shls ana shim. So the Enprllsh. J think you all will agree, Is the queerest language you ever did see. —Commonwealth. WILD KIDJ5 ON A J3EER. Exciting Experience of a Hunter on a Stag's Back. A rcrfoot Fit Needed. A veil-known club wonr.n i.hu otlicr day wont to her dressmaker 10 order n. frown. The woman asked at once: "Shall you wear it at. club meeting's?" The reply was ill the affirmative. "And to make" speeches in?" was the ri'ext question. Agra in she said yes, "Then ir-ust lia.vo it trimmed accordingly, .id the dressmaker. "It will bo eyed clcccly and for long periods of time at once by women at leisure to observe. Such a gown must be absolutely per- ™t." Don't trifle away time when you *iave cholera rnorbua or diarrhoea. Fisbt them In the beginning with DcWltfs Ck>lie & Cholera Cure. You don't tmvt> to wait for results. They are instantaneous and It leaves the bowels in healthy condLtion.-Jno. M. Johnston. Calvin Sauudors has been arrested at Anderson charged with looting and burning the postoffico at Ovid, one month a pro. The whole system is drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWltt's Witch Hazrt Salvo speedily heals them. It is tlic best pile cure known.-Jno. M. Johnston. .Tames Sulllvau, eighty years old, near Warsaw, committed suicide by hanging. Five years ago Ills brother killed himself In the samo way. , ma., Sept. 8, 181HJ. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour •tomacD, I have tried different reme- «|M without much benefit. Finally l fcragbt a 10-cent bottle of Syrnp Pep- *tn and found that It benefltted me. 1 mm convinced that It will do what H !• recommended when taken according to directions. I have taken nearly one fcottle and feel Hie a different person. 8. P. KLOTZ. IV>r sale by B. F, Keesllng. SUflMER TOURS - VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vcstibuled Tralas With Wagner Sleeping Cars t* In York aid Boston from 8t, LouLs, Peoria, .Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus. via '•.., CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." • "The Southwestern Limited,"^ Sir Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Ben ton Harbor, Toledo .Detroit, . Sanduslty. Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlck, Pass. Traffic Manager. |. D. B; Martin, . ,GenI. Pass and Ticket Agent, It doeen .' matter much whether sick headache, biliousness. Indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by: unavoidable circumutances; De- vWltt'B Little Early Risers will speedily em them all.-Jno. M. Johnrton. EVERY MEAL IS A TRIAL To the dyspeptic. Flatulence, heartburn, oppressive fullness of the stomach, are the Inevitable sequences of misuse of the knife and fork. To say of him that he gratifies the cravings of appetite would be genuine satire. He only apeases them. Is relief attainable? .Certainly, and by the use of Hostctter's Stomach Bitters. Will it cure immediately? Certainly not-lt does not effect miracles. But It docs give'prompt and unspeakable relief, and will, 1C persisted In, produce an ultimate cure. Not only docs It impart relish to the food, but promotes its conversion by the stomach into rich, health and strength-sustaining blood. Supersensitivcness of the nerves, mental depression, and unquiet slumber, produced by interruption of the digestive functions, arc also remedied by it. It is the finest preventive ixnd curative of malarial disorders, and relieves constipation, rheumatism, kidney and bladder aliments, and liver complaint. The Indiana Steel Castings Company of Montpelicr has made an assignment. The assets are placed at $20,000, with liabilities above that figure. Poison Ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure,—Jno. M. Johnston. Many old comrades attended the •ninth annual reunion of the Sixth Cavalry and the Forty-third Indiana Rcgi mental Association at Brazil. Six weeks ago I suffered with a very severe cold: was almost unable to speak My friends all advised me to consult a physician. Noticing Chamberlain's Cough . Remedy. advertised In the St Paul Yolks Zeitung I: procured a bottle and after taking It a short while was entirely well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyone suffer Ing with a cold. Wm. Keil. 078 Shelby Ave., St Paul, Minn. For sale by B P. Keceling, dragglet f BERFECT and.permanen* are the r cures-by Hood's: Sarsaparilla, because, it-makes pure, rich, healthy, fife and health-giving BLOOD. As a result of a quarrel over a womau at Alexandria, John Landers was seriously, if not fatally, shot by M. Davis. The latter was arrested. 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 infctnntan- eous relief always afforded by DeWltt's !olic & 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 cure.—Jno, If. Johnston. The United States glass factory, at Gas City, will resume operations tomorrow. It is a non-union concern. The Thomas Evans Glass Compauy will also resume tomorrow. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION INDIANAPOLIS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. The Vandalla line will seH excursion tickets on August 20th, 30th and 31st good to rcturn,until September 7th, Inclusive from all stations, at one faro for the round trip. For full particulars call on nearest Vandalla line ticket agent; or address E. A. Ford, Gon'l Passenger Agent, St. Louis 5Io. Many a day's work la lost by sick headache caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such dlfflcult!«".-Jno. M. Johnston. Miss Edna. Louise Totter, of Delaware 'township, carried off-first honors in the Riley county oratorical contest and Clarence M. Shockley, of Lawrence township, stood second. Since 1878 there have been nine epidemics of dysentery In different parts of the country Jn which Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy was used with perfect success. Dyson tery, when epidemic, is almost as severe and dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Heretofore the best efforts of the most skilled physicians have failed to check its ravages, this remedy, however, has cured the most malignant cases, both of children and adults, and under the most trying conditions, which proves It to be the best medicine In the world forbowe 1 complaints, druggist. For sale by B. F. Keesllng Henry Owen, while carrying a sack o£ apples on the highway near Bckerty. slipped aud fell, and before he could rise Tilford McKeowu drove rapidly by, his horses at a gallop. . The wagon struck Mr. Owen, breaking both arm* and six ribs. When at I.a»t Ho E»cnpr» from IllH Cn- wllllnK Steed the Siivntro Muck Kept Illm » Tnsoucr on the Limb ol a Tree. Jerry Thompson is :in L-xcellent trapper und a ma n of grea t fearlessness, but he doesn't particularly care to repeat the adventure that recently befoll him. When a man plunges through the wild nud rugged region of the Adirondack!* on the back of an infuriated deer he is having an experience which falls to the lot of few, if any, men, and which t-hey, it may be safely assumed, little care to have happen them. That was Jerry's experience recently. The fact that he was not killed by the deer was due to his quick wit nnd extreme agility. Jerry was wandering about the Adirondack's in search of game when he suddenly encountered a big buck. The meeting was so unexpected that boti; man and animal were for the moment too surprised to act. Quick as was Jerry, the bock was quicker, and before Uie luckless humor fullyi rea+lzcd his position he was rolling over nd over on the ground with the raging niiunl stamping furiously at him. Jerry struggled to his feel, but before >e had regained an upright position the inck came at him with lowered head, t tossed its huge antlers wildly about md had it not been fora sudden resolve hat Unshed across his mind Jerry voul have been impaled upon the sharp jrongs. When the buck was just about o spesir him Jerry clutched the animal's intier? nnd in another moment he was astride the much surprised buck's back. Then came a scries of snortings. buck- rigs nnd kickiufrs which discounted the antics of zmy bucking broncho that Jerry says he has ever seen. It'was a most unique and thrilling spectacle, with no witnesses. Jerry clung to the back's back with might end main. It was hold on or fail off to Ferious injury and probable death After cavorting in the clearing-in which the duel had so unexpectedly been bc- c;un the deer started up the mountain side as if chased by ail the dogs in crea tign. Jerry was not slow to recognize the extreme peril of his position. He was in Serves just aa surely come from the useof lood's Sarsaparilla as doca the cure of crofula, salt rheum, or other so-called 5!ood diseases. This is simply because he blood affects the condition of all the Nerves bones, muscles and tissues. It it is im- iure it cannot properly sustain these jarts. If made pure, rich, red nnd vital- zed by Hood's Sarsaparilla, it carries icalth instead of disease, and repairs the worn, nervous system as nothing else Can do Thus nervous prostration, hysteria, neuralgia, heart palpitation, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because it is the One True Blood Purifier. CONDENSED TESTIMONY. Chas. 6. Hood, broker and manufacturer's agent, Columbus, Ohio, certified that Dr. King's Now Discovery has no equal as a Cough remedy. .T. D, Brown Prop., St. James hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.- testifies that he was cured of a cough of two years standing caused by l.i Ki-ippc by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwinville,. Mass., says that he has used and recommended it and never knew it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 20th St., Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of croup, because it instantly relieves. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's drag store. Frank Meredith, of Rush county, while at Shelbyvillo, picked up a water spaniel belonging to Jacob Schroedcr. and with the dog under his arm and a revolver in his hand, he -went down the street, shooting at everyone who offered to interfere. He was finally arrested by Deputy Sheriff Andrews, who nearly brained him with a. double- barreled shot gnu. My little boy, when two years of age was taken very ill with bloody flux. I was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and luckily procured part of a bottle. 1 carefully read the directions and gave it accordingly. He was very low, -but slowly and surely be began to Improve gradually recovered, and Is now as stool and strong as ever. I feel sure It saved his life. I never can praise the Remedy half Its worth. I am sorry every one In the world does' not know how good it It is as I do.—Mrs. LIna S. Hlnton, Gra- hameville, Marlon Co., Florida. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist, EXCURSION TO PETOSKEY AND MACINAC ISLAND. Via. Vnndalia Line, September, 1st On the above date the Vandalia Line will run a low-rate excursion to Pe- toskcy and Macinac, Michigan Tickets good returning for ten days This is the only through car line to northern Michigan. For full partlcu lars, call on nearest Vandalla lino ticket agent, or address E. A. Ford Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Louis Mo. Dr. Balscr, State veterinarian, has quarantined a shipment of cattle, ro coivcd by C. W. Nagle, of Torre Haute from the south. The herd is found to be inflicted with Texas fever. -Boys will be boys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure In the house.—Jno. M. Johnston. Word comes, from Greencastle that Buck Ford, of Bainbrldge, who had caused considerable, trouble in that village, twfe seized by young men and treated to a dose of axle grease and feathers; . . • • ,.• • '.-, ..•'•. "BIG FOUR" TO ST. PAUL. On account of the. Thirteenth En campment G. A. R., at St Paul, Minn. Sept. 1 to 4, the Big Four route wil sell tickets at one cent per mile frorr stations on its lines. Tickets good goinf August 30 and 31 and September 3 C ood returning until September. 15, with privilege-of extension until September 30,1890. See nearest agent for partlcu lars as to routes. T-neorles of core may be discussed a length by physicians, bnt the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute 'Oough Cure will give It to-them. A safe cure for children. It to "the onlj harmless remedy that produces immedl at* reaults."—Jno. M. Johnston. JERRY'S WILD RIDE. imminent danger of being swept from the doer's back by the branches of trees nud badly injured. The moment thr buck felt Jerry slide from its back i would instantly wheel about and at tack the hunter. This Jerry knew; hi knowledge of deer was ample enough tc assure him of its wariness. Half a mile was traversed before anything like a low tree came upon the direction of th buck's mad chase. Jerry braced him self; he. felt sure that if he were strueJ by the lower limbs of the tree nothing short of a miracle would save him. The tree, happily, was not a young one but'one that was stunted and had pos sibly for many years withstood the furious blasts of wind of that'dcsolat region. Its limbs . were .stout. On ilew the deer, Nearer and neare came the tree. Jerry in his furious rac< imagined that it was racing towan him, eager to lay him low at the buck'i feet. When almost directly under the limb which .projected across the buck's pathway Jerry, by a powerful effort raised himself up, and, with a clutch of steel, grasped the friendly limb o the tree and swung 1 himself clear of th buck's back. In another moment h< had drawn himself up into the tree With, an angry snort the buck turnei rind charged at the tree. Stout as wa the tree. JerryJteltthe impactdistinctl; when the head of the maddened bucl struck. The hunter drew himself still higbe in the tree, and began to-breathe mor freely. Unfortunately, he. hod no re volvcr with him. His knife had fallen from his belt when he was knocke down by the deer. There was nothing to do but to sit in the tree until tb buck went its way. For nearly an hou the savage buck walked about imde 1 he tree, pawing the ground fiercely am every once in awhile looking up into th tree to see whether Jerry was still there Eventually the buck went away, anc Jerry, still nervous and vigilant, de scemlerl and hurried homeward as fas n,s his limpinfr gait would permit. "I wouldn't cnre to repeat that rid for a good deal of money," he said re ccntly. "Tt may be exciting, but want no more Of it." And the veteran Adirondack moun tain hu'ntor did not belie liis looks. »«de Him Swallow the millet. Some time ago Jim Tucker, of White top, N. C..' and Frank Edminston, o Virginia, got into', a.littlc.impleasantr ness, duriug which thc,former shot the latter, in the leg. : .'When the, bullet \yas extracted 'Edmins'tbn carefully , prc 'served the missile and waited fdr-a chance at Tucker.;'.A fewda.yRsince.be pot it:.' : He didn't shoot Tucker, but h« made him cat and swallow the build after which, expressing- .himself as.sat tsfiod, Edminston nidp away. T-»-II arc the best aftcr-dlaner S PlllS pills, a!U digestion. 25C. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA JN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co ••SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. >v«r the Sunset Route—New Orlean* to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April Ifith. TLe .operlor accommodations given ttb ( r*at number of patrons of the above f»ln durinsr the past tourist season, .nrrauta tbo announcement of plans •-sr next season of finer service with -luipment superior to Hnythlnp yet tnown In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-lnaueuratiou of •SUNSET LIMITED" thin fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunaet loute" In connection with tho "Qneen md Crescent Route" are running tbe <,iy line of through tourist Pullman -lepers leaving Cincinnati every ^bnrsday evenlns for Los Angeles and '»n Francisco. These excursions arf spocially COL•««ed, and the object is \f, enable tbofc vho do not care to buy the flrst-clasi .•mud trip or one way tickets, to enjoy . comfortable ride with sleeping ear ; jrlvlleges and no change of cars at the -cry low second-class rate. for further Information, addresi V». 1. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. io., Cincinnati, O. : W. G. NEIMTER, G. W. AgT. S. P. ; j«., Chicago, IU. K. F. MORSE, G. P. * T. Agt. S. f. •o.. New Orleans. La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- ; WAY AT. ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing-- intll about Sept. 30th the steamers of ttli line will make two trips each way tolly between St. Joseph and Chicago, »n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. ac* 1030 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 1130. p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Ertral trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at i a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Sunning time across lake 4 hours. Tri-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, waving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday *nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Included ihe side wheel steamers City of Chicago, ind City of Milwaukee (the largest antf anest west of Detroit), and tbe newly- rebnllt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with' alll randalla -Valns. Tickets on sale at all; fandalla £ine stations. Chicago dock ••ot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., .Benton Harbor, Mich. joing For A .akeTrip? You'll fully enjoy all ! f y ou take one or the -'•KE MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CD'S/ IIGANT STEAMSHII fsiilinc* between Chicago ind IWBCklnne Inland lour tlnw tvmty week. -l.n now steel B WMhii»^*U^»«t^^ .;';?Co,r 1 ^^^-^ ^1 . vi-.Dcltlind.cu. :-..-.-,•', ' I'j'h'iJ — Wrlto for •t)UE.T"" <1llh ™ reading matter; I ask your -nearest ... Address Jos. BeroUl G.P.A. " Ruth •«i«.W»i»r$l

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