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complies with the pure
food laws of all states'
Food prepared with it
is free from Rochelle
salts, lime, alum r and
U'rom tin World
ttrnhn, who is attending
the Fremont Normal, came
John ftrnhn, who is attending
Bchool nt the Fremont Normal, came j
home ntlay evening nnu visited wiin '
his parents. Mr.nml Mrs. Henry Brnliu
We notice by the Schuyler paper?.
that Morley Cnin, a former resident
of Leigh, but for peveral j-ears at
David City, has gone info partnership
with Geo H. Thomas and will locate
in Schuyler for the nurpoj-e of practic
Dr. J. II. Lowery. II. P- Puhman.
Norman Markham. G. II. Hansen and
C. H. Stockdalo spnt a couple of days
this week duck hunting in Wheeler
county- While there they were the
euests of Mr. Scott Bowers, a former
resident ot this vicinity.
Tuesday evening Gerhard Asche jr.,
purchased of Frank H. Frease, the
lots and buildings on the corner east
of theFarmerstV Met chants' limk. Po
ssession will bo given tomorrow. Wo
understand that Mr. Ashe will con
tinue tho business at the old stand.
While Mr. Freasc will retire from tho
mill and devote his attention to the
fancy chicken business, together with
his ice business. Tho consideration
At tho regular meeting of tho Leigh
Chapter No. N',7, Order of Eastern
Star" Friday evening, tho following
tiflicors worn elected for the ensuing
year. Mrs. It. II. Goodge. worthy
matron, Mrs. V. Graves, assistant
worthy matron: C. E. Ueatv. worthy
patron; C. II. Stockdale, secretary;
Mrs. J. II. Lowery. treasurer; Mrs.
II. P. P.uhnian, conductress and Miss
Maud Kibler, assistant conductress.
There wore four applicants for mem
1 1 Idlii Hie I riii('T:il
Mrs. C. II. Swallow and Mrs. F.M.
Cookingham wero Columbus visitors
Jos. Lachuit and LouisDiers went to
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I have purchased Wrin & Son's Hard
ware department and am now through
invoicing and ready to sell Hardware of
I all kinds at a lower
bought beiore. I will close out the entire
stock at cost, giving you unheard of bar
gains in Shelf, Heavy and Builders'- Hard
ware, Tools, Machinery Repairs, Etc.
Come in and investigate before you buy.
You can find anything you want at my store at a
price that cannot be duplicated elsewhere. If you want to
save money on any purchase come in and see us. We buy
and sell almost anything.
Wouldn't tHat make you
Hungry. What? 1
THe Coffee served at the
1 Palace Annex Cafe.
1 C. S. SNYDER, Propr.
Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Sign Writing,
Besides the regular Wall Paper Stock we carry we 'have
sample ;ooks from the largest manufacturers of jWall
Paper and can suit you in quality and price.
1 Door north
Trust Baking Powders sell for 45 or
50 cents per pound and may be iden
tified by this exorbitant price.
They arc a menace to public health,
as food prepared from them con
tains large quantities of Rochelle
salts, a dangerous cathartic drug.
the Loup Wednesday, on a hunting
Dr. Carl Leach of Columbus spent
SnIj,iay wjrn jg parents, Mr.andMre.
i jj Leach.
Thos. Ottis haB been on the sick list
the past week but at present is report
ed to be improving.
Logan Prnitt who is attending the
Omaha Commercial college is reported
to be ill with typhoid fever this week.
Miss Florence Biggs of Madison has
organized a music class in Humphrey
and now makes regular weekly trip9
Mrs. Math Farrel went to Columbus
Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. E.
Tims. Ewing who has been attend
ing the Culver Military Academy at
Culver, Ind.. arrived Saturday to
spend the spring vacation with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ewing.
Joe Gallagher rho was formerly
employed by Jos Anselme as drug
clerk is mw brakeman on the Union
Pacific passenger between ColnmbUB
Nick Steffes left for Fremont Mon
day where he expects to remain fo"
ten weeks, taking a course in short
hand and stenography at the Fremont
Martin Onfcels has been having some
bad luck with his horses lately. While
moving to the farm one of his horses
died from drinking while overheated,
and Tuesday of this week one of hi
teams ran away with a disc, cutting
one of the horses so badly that it had
to be shot.
Mrs. Bernard Manifold died at her
homo in West Point Wednesday night,
of consumption. She was a cousin
and also tho adopted sister of Mrs.
Fred Bering of this place, who has
been at her bedside the past week.
She leaves a husband and four child
ren, two of whom aro qaite small, to
mourn tho loss of an affectionate wife
Frank Holder has pent in his resig
price than you ever
nation as agent of the Walratb&Shsr
wood company at this place and will
go into the coal and ice business for
himself. There will be no du!l sVnru
in his business and he will nnd.-utitei -ly
make it a very succepsfol ne. A.
C. Collins of Wood Iiiver w.li repre
sent the Wairatb&ShtfrwMid company
here and will faicu ihnrge tlw loth of
An alarm of fiai from r-it. No. y
caused some lively ha-tluitr in the
part of the firemen ami ct her curious
individuals Wednesday forenoon. The
alarm originated in Ma't Furrel burn
ing some rubbish in his yard and the
lire spread to a manure pile near by.
It was easily extinguished however
without doing any serious damage.
From the Advance.
Mrs. Mabel King of Columbus was
a guest of Mrs. S. E. Rich Wednes
Mrs. Utterback accompanied her son
Archie to Columbus, Monday wheie
ho will take treatment at the hospital.
Mrs. Utternack was accompanied by
Mr. T. J. Jones.
Mrs. W. A. Buchtel and Mrs. Black
well ariived from Springfield, Mo.,
yesterday and will roside on tho W. E.
Disher farm formeilv occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lewis. Mr.
Bnchtel has been heie for some time
getting affairs on the farm arranged
for his family.
This office received a letter from 1'.
J. Boyston last week netting that his
Advance be addressed in the future to
Marquett. Eans. He is now located
there, having purchased a larce flour
iccrmill. Mr. Bovd6ton reports that
he is in a fine wheat country nnd that
the locality furnishes enough good
wheat to keep the mill running night
Last week John Lambrcchr, tho
jeweler, sold the building atid lot
just north of Bubman&Schlueter's store
to the latter.
From Uip iiiar. i
A petition was filed with the village
clerk the last of tho week nominating
D. A. Willard. A. Bratt nnd Chas.
Peterson as candidates for trustees. On
Saturdav objections to the placing of
their names on the ballots on account
of deficiencies in said petition were
also flld. The candidates have until
Thursday noon to answer the objec
tions. Mr. A. C. Ashbv ot the Spkeedre
received word from Lucas. Iowa last
week that lira. Ashbv, who recently
went to that place to attend the fun
eral of her father, was sick of pneu
monia. He left for that place on
Thursday last and on Friday word was
received calling the children to her
bedside as there was little hopes of
her recovery. They departed Friday,
bnt news was received that she died
before they reached their destination,
The funeral was held Monday and the
remains were interred in the cemetery
at Lucas beside her parents. The de
ceased leaves a husband and three
children to monrn her sudden depar
ture from this life and the Leader
joins the entire community in extend
ing condolence to tho mourning rela
tives. Platte Center.
From the Signal.)
Mr. J. F. Garrig, from Columbus,
was a pleasant visitor in Platte Center
from Saturday until Slonday.
Joe Frovert started Tuesday evening
for his Bonesteel homestead. Ho will
finish his house and expects to bo
gouc about n week.
Mr. Simon Burows. who recently
moved to Colambns, was a guest of
Mr. an J Mrs. T. S. lloare Mondaj-.
He went from here to Lindsay to look
after his farm interests.
John Moffett's mother arrived in
Platte Center Monday evening's train,
for an extendei visit with her son.
Although quite aged and very deaf
she made the journey from Philidel
There is something doing this week
relativo to Platte Center 's postoffice.
A petition, asking for the appointment
of Fred Hoore as postmaster to suc
ceed Robt. Pinson has been circu
lated and received the signatures of a
largo per cent cf business men. A
petition asking that &.'r. Pinson be re
tained is also being circulated.
Patsey Riley informs us that as
soon as he can get capenters to do the
wori he will begin remodeling the
hall. He will move to the first floor,
using thH two store rooms below for
the purpose, build a new," large stage,
new scenery, nnd add dressing rooms
behind. A very convenient and attrac
tive hall can thus be made.
(From files of Journal April 5, 1872.)
Married, March 30 by Rev. John E.
Elliott, S. W. Smith and Mies Katie
L. Mullen both of Columbus.
Married, the 25 by Judge Higgins
Adnev H. Hnrlbnt and Miss Apphia
J. Avery both of this county.
On the J8th at the Clother hotel
occurred the marriage of John A
Griflin of Polk county and JIisf
Harriet Recti of PlAtte county, Juilge
Judge Higgins issued seven mar
riage licenses daring the past week.
Many of our farmers have already
planted their wheat. The bridge
across the Loop has been in for one
wetk and trade has been more lively
in CoIumbHS than for a long time
Thursday last an accident happened
to E. A. Geirard of this place, which
luckily did not prove fatal. At about
two o'clock he was saddling one of
his horses when a cat jumped under
the animal frightening it, throwing
Mr. Gerrard to the groand and kick,
ing him in thn face and hips. He ex
pects to be abont in a few days.
We visited school district No. 1 last
Monday and were pleased at the pro.
greseMr. S. L. Barrett is making.
The enrollment of the school is sixty
five, and the average daily attendance
The Nebraska M.E. conference at its
recent meeting appointed Rev.. L. F.
Whitehead as paster of the Columbus
ead Osceola charehes.
At a late tuoeuti:? of rbeTownBoard
th:r NTrn tli ret! bill-, tor eboiHing
m:u v in Ruad Di-. Kos II and 25 but
not with' ut stroii.; : mi-it ion from
amii:g i.-i- I'.-iird A !mt trimminu
m- slmve. hill, mid hI.q.v:!;;. thtn s
resolution bv It. V. Lim-h w.: nren-ut
ed and adopted, deel,iriti: that thin
Roanl will aiiow no more lulls for
httimiini: snow, "bnr now there is
no more- snow to hairlle. "
For tr.e ptst two weeks thn tune of
tho liaiiwrer and saw could be heard
just over in tho field southwest of
the seru.o! house and now there Wins
nt) a new addition to John L. Schre-
ber's licuse which will give him ample
accomodations for his increasing
Eva Drinnin cut on Homo Farm has
iuva-ceit in r. kodak. Oj arriv.im
hoiin with the nn" insfnoieur. t-v
first snap ihot secured P.ter and t
Pte Lucbsirgir aid Sam Drir.nin
wero callers at Home Farm Sunday.
Something very unusual is thf taut
that we havo sern no movers parsing
oji thin road, nce spring s;pyrc:u hcd.
Ilr.rrv llickok ttarted on a va"aliou
Tuesdav luqrniug of list wei'k, with
out informine anv ono of th house
hold as to wnero Jm was noing. As a
rule he i not vorv commnnicalivo of
his intentiens but it is presumed that
he wtnt to visit n sisnr who lives at
Tyto. Kansas, as ho was heard to sav
recently that ho thonghS h would
visit bis suter before spring work
Walt Eastman nit with qito n
painful accident p. week nijo. A yonng
horse which ho bold bv tbo halter be
came frightened rr tho npuroach of
a neighbor and in his fright stepped
ur.nn ono of Walt's feet, breaking a
small bone in tho side of his foot.
Spring work is going fall blast tbusn
L. K. Hitchcock wa moving 'some
household good to Oconto Thursday.
Mrs. O. Stevens visited with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Campbell
John Quinn shelled cnraWcrfnesday.
In davs of yore, "Mary had a. little
lamb." But she need not think she
is tho "only ono" tor thero isat least
one young lady on this route who has
a little Lamb.
Miss Maud Barnes is visiting friends
in Columbus !his week and attending
the meeting at tho M. E. church.
Juhn Branigan returned home Wed
nesday after a two weeks stay south
of the Plat to where ho had been shell
ing corn for his lather and old neigh
bors. Dor.d Bros, shelled corn for Rob
Rupprecht last Thursday.
Mis Mahal Campbell was ou the
sick list Tuesday.
Herman Kooning started oat Sundav
afternoon and in some manner he got
turned nround, lost his bearings and
did not get homo until tho wee small
hours of tho night.
The young people in tno vicinity of
Oconee gathered at tho homo of W. E.
Beckwuh and enjoyed a few hours in
Mrs. V. L Humphreys visited sev
oral days last week i Columbus, re
-, t .- i .. -. . .1
I. Cj. iNOrtU OI UOlUmUUS trar.PacrO'l
ba.siuess hero last Friday.
Mrs. E. C Blorrill and Hiss llinnic
Lnwrenco of Grand Pnririo visited
Miss Lawrence of this pktco last Fri
day. Mrs. Ladd uf Albion spent Thurs
day ia Monroe, the guest of her son,
W. W. Ladd.
J. H. Smith. E. E. Watts, W. W.
Frank, E. R. Dack aud O. Y. Holl-
i ties bead weiir hunting en tho Platte
Monday. All reports received nt this
place up to date indicate a scarcity
Tlio baseball reason was formally
opened here today when a" kid" team
Iroia Columbus crosfed bats with
r. similar aggresatiou of local sports,
men. Tho result was a victory for the
visitors by a score of s to 7.
ilathew Gleason, who practiced
veterinary surgery hero last summor.
arrived Wednesday from Chicago
where ho recently received his depree
of D. V. S. Ho will practice heie
for the present.
Orie Preston of uenon is visitim:
his mother, Mrs. H. C. Presfn.
One Night Only.
JOHN M. HICKEY Prfsents
Aided by a brilliant company of legiti
mate players in a stupendous pro
duction of Shakespeare's
Complete and correct Sreprcof scenic
Dazzling electrical effects.
Startling chemical illusion?.
A tale of enchantment in si:: acts sur
passing any and all performances ever
given in this city,
Prices: 25c, ofjc, 75c, $1, $1.5
-Ji-?' 'Mwavs n-Iiablr. Ldir.ask Irucit for
t'Klt'lIKVTKK-M KSUU.IHU In BU ajui
.j'! nxullic bon-s, seaU-l with blue rhb-m
1 ixiif ti- uthrr. KcftiM- daiierrna .uiMti
lali.mt.naal Intitatloa. !;m nt --jurlinistflN
r swJ tr. in Maiujn r.,r larlirular. Tti.
cioiiiaK aiit -Keller Tor IitlJr." in Inter.
U r urn .Hall. ltt.UOeT:ii,ii.iiuil9. ul J by
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO.
2IOO I4dinon Mxuarr. 111 1 Uk TA.
Scntl.a this anr.
aiLvs Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Head quickly.
Restores tbo Senses of Taste and SmelL I
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drtig.
Applied into the nostrils and absorbed.
Large Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by
mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 WarrM St., Nw Ygrk.
A Daredevil Ride
ofrea ends in sad accident. To hsa'
accidental injuries, uso Biuklen't
Arnica Salvo. "A deep wound in m;
foot, from au accident." writes Thec
dore Schnele, cl Columbus, O.," caused
mo great pain. Physicians were help
less, but Backlen's Arnica Salve quick
ly healed it." Soothes aud heals
hums liko magic. 2 cents Chap. H
D ick druirgiBt.
Sweat Pad 25c i
Eleveninch all gold, four book, all
hair Sweat Pads, only 25; at L. W.
The Journal lor news
APPLICATION FOK LIQUOK LICKSSK.
Mutter for apiiliition for liquor licence:
Nitii i- hereliy uivpn that tVHx Smi..icz die.
m the .Mil tiny of Aji-il, l'A". tilo hirt a;iu-:tt ioi
to tln minor anil city couucil of the city of (o-iuniKii-i.
N'lniska, for lin-n-e to wll malt.
M)irittiou-aml inou- licj-ior-i at retail only n"
lot 3. Ulnr'-c Us. in the Seeoutl ward in tliecit;
of Ciln::iln", Nlr;i-.ka. from the I'.ttli l ly
April. I'Wi to tlu lltl; ilay of April, 1 ..
If 'Ikti' l" no olijtH-tiou". remonxtninee oi
pnitit til ii I within two uti-kn from tlu Mh !
of April, HHTi, wiiil lieenmay lx Krantel.
Win. Jlecker, City Clerk. Applicant.
Matter of Application for DrtiKKiftV Permit:
Notice in hereby itiven that (J. II. McCliutock
.v .1. K. Carter, iartner n McClintoek A, Carter,
iliil on the ltitli day of March. r.HJ.". tiln their ap
plication to the mayor anil city council of the
i'it j of Columbtix, Xeuraxka, for I)ru(rcNtiRT
tnit tOM'll malt, t-piritnoiis anil inoim liinoi
foriuecliiiuiral, ltitilicinal ami chemical pur-p)M'-at
tetail only at lot 8, block HI. in the
Mvonil ward in the city of Columbus Nebraska,
fro-n the Uth day of April, M5. to the 11th d.i
of April. l!Mi.
If there Ih no objections remonstranceor pro
tect filed within two wcekt from the 2Jnd day of
March, l'.0i, said ermit may be iiratitnl.
McCLlNTOCK A CAItrEIt.
Wm. Hecker, City Clerk. Applicant.
APPLICATION FO:: l.lQUOi: LICENSE.
Matter of application forliiin r Iicene:
ltifo ii liMrt.tiv- itivi.il flint .limiiMi Vii-ilw dtil
on the llth day of .March. 1W. tile hi aimlica-
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I tlrili tiktliiiimiifk. .nil a! ......a. ..II ..I ,1... ..I... ,.T
..i.ii .. iitt- iiutjiii iklll. 1.IIJ l.tftllll.11 III llll U1J
Inhiniliiiti, Xi'liRixkti, fiira Hcciimj to kU malt,
'Tiiritf.iviisand viiioan liuuors at retail onlv nt
lot 7, Mock Ss, in tho w-coml waril in the city of
('ulumlnii., Nebraska, from tho llthil.ij of April,
V.KC, to tho Uth day of April. !..
ii mure ix n oiyociions, ri'inon-tmncpor pro
t filoil within two weoky from the l"th day of
Jlarch. lit).!, wiiil liccaw may be granted.
t:i. Hecker, City Clerk. Applicant.
A LAND OF WONDERS.
Tho Sightseer Finds Many Things ei
Interest ia California.
California has numerous natural
bridge?, caves, etc. of no little interest.
The .Mamoth Cave of Calaveras, dis
covered by miners in 18.10; the Alabaster
Cave; the Crystal Palace Cave, contain
ing a number of attractive subterranean
appartments. such as the bridal Cham
ber, tho Chrystal Palace Room. Acuri
onsappartment called Music Hall, where
the deposits of aqueous origin not only
take the form of organ pipes, sounding
boards etc., bnt emit, when struck, musi
cal sounds and vibrations. .Near this cave
are two natural bridges which the tour
ist can visit and return to tho railroad
within half an hour. The only natural
way to reach these scenes of interest is
via "The Overland Limited, Route,"
comprising the Union Pacific and South
ern Pacific, cow realy one line. The
only line running through trains to San
Francisco from Omaha, its fast trains,
arriving sixteen hours ahead of all com
petitors. Pamphlets and maps describ
ing the wonders of California, and full
information about the most comfortable
and direct ronte to the Pacific Coats, can
be obtained nf E. L. Lomnx, G. P. &
T. A, Omaha, Xeb.
I sm. SORE LSJ
m mx ' tr. m ?jl,m i
h hRVvVvCvvKtvVVaw All I J
I iSM! HONEYAN
I BnfflvUlli n 111', nil tWmuVf
McCLINTOCK & CARTER,-
y The best is the. cftraDftt
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
-w - w ww w w -w- - mr- w '
and OS3RE TK5 LUNGS
.-?r K 3 litfktffefMr :
50c &S 1.00
j Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THKOAT and LUNG TSOTJB-
) LES, or MONEY BACR
' i MBaaRnHBagMHHBa
Yeast Foam It the yeast
that took the First Grand
Piize at the St. Louis Ex
position, nnd is sold by till
grocers at 5 cts. n package
enough for 40 loaves. Send"!
a portal card for our new
Illustrated book "Good
Bread: How to Make It."
NORTHWESTER!! YEAST CO.
Cheap rates ono way to California.
Pnget Sonnd nnd the Northwest conn
try, daily until Mav liith. Low home
seeker's ronnd trip rates March lsl
to eastern Colorado, the Rig Horn Ra
sin nnd North Platte Valley where
there is an excellent chance of getting
in on the ground floor ahead cf the
crowd and pick up bargains in irrigat
EASTERN TRIPS. If von nro con
templating an eastern trip fhi spring
batter write me for information. We
will probably be nblo to oiler yon
nionev saving suggestions.
L. W.Wnkeiy. Gen. Pass. Agent
L. F. Rector Ticket Agent.
II. & M. TIME TARLE.
No. 22 PasnoDBcr, daily except Snnday. 7:2." i
ao. 3Z Accommodation, daily except
Saturday 1:30 . ir
Vo.21 1'asBenRer. daily except Hnmlay. 80 p. tr
N'o. 31 Accommodation, daily except
Snnday 1:30 p. n
TIME TABLE U. P. R. R.
EST BOUND, Jl UN LINE.
So. 12, Chicago Special
N'o. 4. Atlantic KxnrebH
r,:ir. a. :n.
tiJO a. m.
:t:l., p. m
!. p. t:i.
2:3) p. m
r.:K p. in
.-.:20 a. :n
No. 8. North Platte Local
No. 10, FaHt Mail
No. 6, Kastern Kxpri"
No. 2. Overland Limited
No. 5:?. Local Freight
WKST BOUND. J! UN MNK.
No. 5, California and Oregon Kx
No. II, Colo. Hpt-cial
No. '.'. Fast Mail
. :.i'l p. m
10:10 a. in
ll:l.r a. m
12:10 p. m
.' p. in
7.00 a. ni.
No. 1, Overland Limited
No. 3, Colorado Expre"i
No. 7, North Platte Local
No. 23, Iocal Freight
OHFCLK UK '.ycil.
No. 29, Passenger..
No. 77, 3I:xed ..
No. 20, Passenger 12: trip, n
No. 78, Mixed 7:10p. ni
ALBION AND STALDINfl ISUANCII.
No. 21. Passenger 2:2Ti p. m.
No. 7D, Mixed 7:W)a.m.
No. 32, Pasangrr 12:.Vi p. m
No. 6J, Mixed 8.iOp.m
Norfolk passenger trains ran daily.
No trains on Albion and SpaldiDe branrt
All main lice puercnger tn-.ini. dally.
W. II. Hknuasi. Agent.
cv iv' .sj m w
SOll AND RECOMiERBED IV
Bay Killed by Cars.
Lincoln, April 5. The seven-year-old
son or Henry Eckhardt was killed
at the Union Pacific crossing near
Fourth and E streets. Tho boy, ac
cording to reports of tho tragedy, was
crawling under a string of cars. Iie
fcre he could get out of danger thii
engine started up. catching the boy
Under the wheels.
Brady Is Asked to Rcsirjn.
Washing' ou, April T. A conditional
rrcpicst has been niado anon Hen.
John G. IJrady. governor of Alaska, for
his resignation. Tiio request grows
out of the L'.ct that Governor Brady
is identified with a mining company
which is extensively engaged in ad
vertising its affairs. Secretary llitth
cock wrote to the governor calling Lis
attention to thr- requirements of the
fopr.rtmcnt in matters of this char
acter and telling him lie must either
vacate his position in the ccnipsny or
resign his oliire. A reply has been
dtto for about a wee!:.
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Daily isrc!) !s?
M -"- -'" -'
! milar,u .
From Columbus, Nebraska," to
Pugct Sound Califoinia,
Counliy. S:in Frar.-
Portlantl Dist. cisco, Etc.
THKOUGU TOUIJIST ST.EKIT.1W ilai'y to ('jilir.irnia terminals
TUAIX NO. .", via Denver, with daylight ride through riviiic Colonulo
and Salt LakoCitj: Tourist Sleeper excursions TliUUSDAVrf and FKI
DAYrf are personally conducted.
TO Til R NORTHWEST: "Tho Burlington-Northrrn I'acitic Ex
precs" is the joint, throngh train and time savor to lh. wholo Northwest
region Moiitami. Upper ldidio. Washington and Pnget Sound territory.
It carries all classes of high grade equipment.
Folders and descriptive matter, rates, retervatiuus at.ti all informa
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unraa ii ui
Straight as the Crov Flies"
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY CK
CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHE.1
RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH
Alng it- line lire the finest liliid-smtclfnrt:-nvin7-ii!.ill pr.mi n 'Ir.-,
fiittm:. fir i-o.-nini.-rci.il applt and ic:i(-,xori.'h nb. t-irt.tSu'r ': i(- .i-..l ir
rii : urcdinmorcinlcint.-iloiipe. jiotati. tomato au 1 gi-n-ral .ii.-'. tnrtu;
fir-iiikr..i!i:iril rk-,cnltivition: for iupri-li.iiii.klil.' -iiiil-r f.ir m.,i. -
"TJJE LAWD OF
E. I. DUTtOIT, Trav. Pass. Ayt.
urM.-4, uiuiw.--, ca:tic, lings, t-necp. poultry ami Ancou goaU'.
Write for Information Concerning
FRES GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
New Colony Locstijns. Improved Farms. Mineral Lands, ftico lar.iis ami Tfn-.bcr
Uittis. aa io.- copies of Current E-.enls." Business Opnortunit.us.
Rica Book. K. C.S. Fruit Bcok
t'liesiiiocad-triphoissotfcLers'tlelcett on s-.Ie llrst and tb:n! Turdayic:
02i- -i inth.
THE SH0.7T LINE TO
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L Tho idea that an inferior class or pi op!o patmm, r'
k the tourist sleepers is an error. On many trips &
only the hest el.if.; r travelers are found. mff
They aro merely men and v.oreen f mf
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m i;iiii m-iicu v.iio woiiii! ra'i:r irart J
I TO GflUFORNIfl I
m in this manner and Five a finite cum fc
m of money to he used Ki -a here. Stisho- R
K Xxwumz to he understood that it is h no
M means neeessarj ftir tho travelor to spend a lar-re V
M eiiiii of inruioy in order to enj-iy a trip to the etT;-t. k
m If you cross tho continent in oneof tho tourist A
m f-leejiers of tho !
m UNION PACIFIC 1
you will enjoy Uie trip and sane i-nn-iderallu W
L Iiiiiiireof m
W. IJ. 1JENUAM, AKont. Jm
When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing-,
is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA. PLEURISY
and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.
stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con
tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the
lungs, or opiates that cause constioation, a condition that
retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and
Tfaf Dteftrs SaM Hi Had Consumption -A srvoiaus Cure.
L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had con
sumption and 1 got no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TxR.
It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the
pain in my lungs and today I act sound and well.
Three sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00. The 50-ccnt sire enn'nins two ana
one-half times as much as the small ;ize and the $1.00 hottlu
almost sis times -as much. REFUSE SUGSTiTUTEa.
W. H. Celius Ends His Life.
Chicago, April 5. William II.
Delins, son-in-law of Chief Justice Mel
ville W. Fuller of the United States
supreme court, and reputed to be a
member of a titled family in Germany, -shot
and killed himself at his resi
dence here. A coroner's jury decided
that the cause was despondency, due-
to the prolonged ill health of his v:iie.
who testified at the inquest. DclhiR
was employed as contracting fr.-ight
agent ot the Chicago and Northwest-
E!ecticn3 in Colorado.
Denver. April 5. Municipal elec
tions were held in all cities and town
of Colorado, with the exception or
Denver. At Colorado Springs, flenfy
C- Kail. Democrat and nonpartisan,
was elected mayor. At Leadville the
Republicans elected only two alder
"nieu. loss than a majority, the remain
der of the offices gting to the Demo
in ana emiwesf
fc tfay f5ih, 1505
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