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O'BRIEN OUTPOINTS RYAN
PHILADELPHIA MAN HAS THE
BETTER O SIX ROUND O
WITH CRAFTY CHAMPION.
threw a sponge full of water him.
Philadephia. Jan. 28.Jack O'Brien
and Tommy Ryan fought one of the
fastest six-round bouts ever seen in
this city last night, and the Philadel
phian had a slight advantage.
O'Brien clearly outfought Ryan in
the first four lounds and in the fifth
dropped him with a hard blow to the
jaw. Ryan took the count of eight
and came groggy. saved him
self clinching until had re J
gained his bearings.
A moment later Ryan drove a vic
ious left to O'Brien's stomach which
sent the Philadelphia!! to his knees.
Ryan seemed to regain his wind a
the round progressed and landed re
peatedly O'Brien's
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(MASSABA RANGE, MINNESOTA.)
Offers Treasury Stock
Guaranteed by Gold
Bonds at
We have 150,000 tons of iron on the dump ready to ship in
the spring and can ship at least 300,000 this year at one
dollar per ton net. This is the chance of your life to make
500 per cent on your investment. You can't lose as the
stock is guaranteed by a prominent trust company. A. R.
Merritt. of Duluth, President, is the discoverer of the iron
ore on the Massaba Range. Get in now as the price will be
50c Feb. 1. Write for circulars at once or call.
ADDRESS ALL LETTERS TO
421 ANDRUS BUILDING, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
SUITE 211-214 MANHATTAN BUILD! JG, DULUTH, MiMN.
It was only the gong
O'Brien from being
vicious lefts
that saved
knocked out.
I the sixth round honors were
about even, both men having re
ceived punishment. When the gong
sounded, ending the tight both men
were in very bad shape. Near the
close of the fifth round, while O'Brien
was the floor, one of his seconds
Many persons were of the opinion that
DR. FED HIMSELF
Pound the Food that Saved Hh, Life.
A good old family physician with a
life time experience in saving people
finally found himself sick unto death
Medicine failed andbut let him
tell his own story. "For the first time
in life of 6 1 years I a impelled
to publicly testify to the value of a
largely advertised article and I cer
tainly would not pen these lines except
that, what seems a direct act
of Providence, saved my life and I a
impressed that it is a bounden duty to
make It known.
"For three years I kept failing with
stomach and liver disorders until
I was reduced 7 0 lbs. from
normal weight. When I got too low
to treat myself, 3 associate phy
sicians advised 'put house
in order' for I would quickly going
the way of all mankind. Just about
that time I was put a diet of
Grape-Nuts predigested food. Curi
ously enough it quickly began to build
up, appetite returned and in 1 5
days I gained 6 lbs. That started
return to health and really saved
life.
A physician is naturally prejudiced
against writing such a letter, but i
this case I a willing declare it
from the housetops that the multiplied
thousands who are now suffering a I
did can find relief and health a easily
and promptly Grape-Nuts. I thev
only knew what do. Sincerely and
Fraternally yours." Name this
prominent physician furnished
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Look i each package for a copy of
the famoulittl book, "The Road to
Wellvme,('s
THURSDAY EVENING,"
Have You Any
to Invest?
stomach with I the jaws of a spirited horse attached
with its mate, the sleigh,
The animals had run some distance
and were approaching the bridge
wehn Jeffries, approaching in a cab,
heard the woman's screams.
sprang to the ground, seized the near
horse the head and was dragged
along some distance, but managed
with his free hand tQ grip the horse's
nostrils, choking it quickly into sub
mission. The woman i the sleigh
was slightly hurt but Jeffries was un
injured.
Champion Heavyweight James
effries has distinguished himself
stopping a runaway team i Central
Park, N Y., and saving from probable
serious injury the man and wife who
WPrp hpiner f.nrrlArt ranidlv tnwarri lajette 163 were being carried rapidly toward a
narrow bridge spanning a gorge thru
the drive. A bit had broken between
The Southern Athletic club'has the
signatures of Marvin Hart and Bob
Fitzimmons to fight i Louisville, if
a bill permitting limited round bouts
in Kentucky goes thru the legislature.
BASKET-BALL
Columbus Ohio. Jan. 28 The Minnesota bas
ket ball team last night ran away with the
Ohio state team and won easily a score of
81 to 18. The pla\ was verj fierce from the
start and neither team hesitated to indulge in a
little rough pl.ning. The work of Leach for the
visitors was brilliant, that player shooting seven
difficult baskets from the field. The speedy play
of the whole Minnesota team was a revelation
to the spectators, for nothing like their remark
able team wo'k has ever been seen In any of the
g"me in this city.
One thous md people witnessed tne game,
which wus played in the Ohio state university
*gmnasium
Both the Central and East High school basket
ball team are practicing hard in preparation for
the
at tnee u. A building The game promises
to be exciting, as
bot-h
of ball.
h!ii
ba
PZ 'rinfti'h ^h
BASEBALL
Joe Cantillon, managerv of
American associationo team.
after Cateher Mcl'arland off tn Chicag
7?~ .Hr"?..i,!a,ld,
,a
SPORTS.
APEX MEN ROLL
IN GREAT FORM
TAKE TWO OUT OF THREE FROM
TUXEDO TEAM.
Tasmos Now Hold Second Place i
Minneapolis Bowling LeagueRace
in the Commercial League Grows
Closer Leaders Drop Three
Straight the Wyman-Partridge
Five.
Games To-night.
Minneapolis LeagueTurner vs. Buffalo
at Co-operative alleys.
City LeagueSt. Anthony vs. Hub a
Hub alleys.
Grain and Flour LeagueSt Anthony
Dakota vs. Poehler at Co-operative alleys.
The Apex team bowled i great
form i its match with the Tuxedos
last night, making a total of 2,871 pins,
and taking two out of three games.
The Tuxe.dos bowled fairly well, but
not brilliantly, in the first two games.
I the last they went crazy and made
a total of 1,026. Big individual scores
were common. Hansen got one score
of 244, with a average of 213 2-3,
E Peterson got 235, with a average
of 209 1-3, .Kayser got a 232. Sowden
a 228, and several others went over
200. The scores:
TUXEDO.
Totals 868 893 1,026
APEX.
First. Second. Third.
Sofcrden 228 1 47 203
Massolt 207 171 203
Giosser 155 175 179
l'eterson, Ed 201 235 192
Krussow 181 180 214
I the Commercial league the Don
aldsons took three from the Roberts
team, and -the Wyman-Partridge
bunch made a clean sweep with the
Powers team, the league leaders. The
scores:
DONALDSON'S.
1
this ended the fight, but the referee
said no.
The men agreed to meet in a six
round bout for a $5,000 purse, split Sommers 129
equally, and under the laws governing
boxing in Philadelphia decision
could given. Both were weighed
in a 6 o'clock. The beam was placed
at 138 pounds, but neither man
budged it
Both men were i the pink of con
dition. I O'Brien's corner were Kid
McCoy. Joe Hagen and Billy McLar
ney, while Hugo Kelly, "Spike Sulli
van. Frank Barthey and Ferrety at
tended to Ryan. Lew Durlacher was
the timekeeper. I was 10:25 when
Referee Crowburst called the men
the center of the ring for instructions.
Kees 124
OTe1
1
15 S
Totals 748 829 769
I the Flour City league the Colum
bias took the odd from the Washing
tons, and the Franklins made a clean
sweep with the Fitz team. The scores:
F1TZ
First.
C. Hengen 142
Taylor i 7
F. Hengen i
Voriek 133
Dugas 135
Miller
-r
Av. First. Second. Third.
Hansen 193 204 244
kayser 173 166 232
Kjberg 170 170 1S2
Louder 143 159 180
Nickoles ISO 194 178
213 2 3
170 1-3
177 1-3
160 2W
187
A
Totals 972 908 991
102 1-3
209 1 3
191 2-3
First. Second. Ttainl.
Edington 126 1(
Drew 204 197
Wilkinson 131 144
Johnson 168 139
Cole 151 152
Totals 780 799
T. M. ROBERTS.
Peterson 201
Annls I3
Mortenson 130
Line 178
Hitchcock 1 S3
Brandt
Gilbert Dahl TV illinms
15.J 108
156 178 189
S44
First. Second. Third.
Meyvls 162 212
Ihielen 176 129
Logan 154 117
Cowan 108 157
rarnsworth 163 118
1S5 117 150 138
170
733 60
Totals 763
WYMAN-PARTRIDGE.
First Second. Third
154 169
152 157
178
Totals 834 810
POWERS.
First.
.174
114 143
100
Second Thiul
105
170 118 133
210 Fredrlckson 189
Totals S10
1(3
729 1 805
COMMERCIAL STANDINGS.
Played. TV on. Iost
Poweis Minneapolis Dry Goods
.Tanney-Semple \en* Store
Wjnian Partridge
Donaldson
Roberts
Palace
Totals 69?
PILLSBLm.
First.
150 17$
Leitr Fehrman
Pet. I
42
42 42
42 42
42
42 42
27 2" 23
23 23
23 15
9
15
17 19 19 1ft
19
27 33
.548
.548 .548
."48
357 211
I the Flour and Grain league the
Pillsbury team took three straight
from the Watsons. The scores:
WATSON & co.
First. Second.
Saunders 178 145
Meade 135 19s
KIlsw orth 130 136
Gibbons 134
Rustad 131 i
Thud
147
ir 128
106 127 6t
779 750
Second.
154 207 181
151 135
Third
181 138 14")
157 144
Second.
139 1*1
170 143 139
Total 688
FRANKLIN.
First.
Johnson 136
Brejette-
ros,9
Row ley 147
Steudman 152
Wade
Shea 156
Totals
Totals 823
Wblteford 182
E. Johnson 142
Peterson 126
Hlggins 131
Wolfrom 165
Totals 746
MINNEHAHAS.
First.
Sisson 177
Kennlston 144
Barrett 156
Gorman 114
Deitner 137
Totals 728
game which will be played Friday afternoon n^w chemical rnmnnimrt ^oii^1 "it A building Th game promises ?J?7n ^li^Nc 2"?? Called lec
ithin, which is said promote rapid
and abnormal grow ti would bi i ns
valuable hee French society estab
The girls' first basket ball team of Drnmmond Hshed fthbr^ln Xf
Hall will meet the women of the first team In a
teams play a steady game
?ootro
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!t. Paul Central high school at the university
armorj Saturday. Feb. 6.
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match came Friday evening at the hall. Some tme ago a noted count left
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Owner Comlskey for the backstop's services. In
case McFarland Is signed. Bob Wood will not be
asked to affix his name to a contract.
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Third.
145 148 162 137 163
772 755
:ond.
154 201
170 18H
147
Third
379 161
13,3 212
168
17_ 2
14 9
16 8
A Johnson i6t
Totals 786
COLUMBIA.
First.
Dilworth 183
Jamison 130
Hunt
S58
Second. Third.
142 168
169
150
148
16J
224
107
189 1C8
852 834
WASHINGTON.
First.
W. Hillle 132
Ryan 133
O Hillie 16
Hennig 201
Sw eeuey 191
Second. Third.
179 128 131 161
153
lft? 132 136
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EIGHTH WARD LEAff&E.
H1AWATHAS.
First.
Second.
16T
158 i?? 1S5
144
783 680
Breeding Giants.
The Medical News suggests that the
weedng O gant.
the expense the prop
ti
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$2,000,000 i his will the city
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gatno gints. I had known
golden grain belt beer this count
would doubtlehave advised its use ?& USSST. 8^STBrai^Ffa5SJ&
by hi society. I keeps body and
telephone the brewery.
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shain ga 25c Drgists oc mal,
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reported.
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l-Ki Chemical Co. St. Paul. fatal diseases, but Bucklin's Arnica
Salve positively cures pay. 25c
THE MINNEAPOLIS^OURNAIif
FRAMiGOTCH
IS CHAMPION
HUMBOLDT WRESTLER DEFEATS
JENKINS I N VICIOUS MATCH.
Cleveland Man, Forseeing Certain De-
feat, Deliberately Fouls Gotch
Veteran No Match for the Yonng
Iowa Heavyweight, Whose Leg
Work I Remarkable.
Bellingham, Wash., Jan. 28.In
what was probably the hardest fought
wrestling match i the history
wrestling i this country, Frank A
Gotch of Humboldt, Iowa, demon
strated last night before 5,000 people
that Tom Jenkins of Cleveland, Ohio,
who has retained the title for six
years, is match for him i fastness
or science, altho Gotch's fast work
possibly caused Jenkins appear
unusual disadvantage.
A the end of the first bout'Jen
kins' seconds had to carry him to his
corner and administer restoratives.
I the second bout, knowing that
was sure lose, and preferring
lose a foul rather than down,
Jenkins deliberately placed a strangle
hold Gotch, and when the Iowa boy
got away from him Jenkins aimed a
vicious swing a him, which, had it
landed, would have knocked him out.
The referee jumped between the men,
who continued lunging a each other
until the ring was cleared.
The former champion did not seem
to able solve Gotch's leg work
and when lost the first fall it was
after Gotch had slammed him four
times upon the. floor and rendered
him helpless. The match was for a
$2,000 purse and a $2,000 side bet.
Gotch weighed 190 pounds a the
ringside and Jenkins 210.
Frank Gotch, the new wrestling
champion, is from Humboldt, Iowa,
193 2-3 where first gained a reputation
169 2-3 wrestling other farmers' boys a local
fetes. His rise prominence during
the past year has been rapid.
Charles Moth, the local wrestler,
will meet Jim Burns a Northfield,
Saturday night i a handicap catch
as-catch-can match. Moth agrees
throw Burns four times i a hour
and a half for a side bet of $50 each
Moth says is ready meet Tom
Jnkins even terms, provided the
latt3r trains down to 180.
RACE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
THOMAS REYNOLDS, THE WELL-
KNOWN SKATER, WILL APPEAR
AGAIN I N COMPETITION.
Considerable interest is manifested
locally in the northwestern amateur
skatmg championship to held i
178' Fargo, N D.
148 has been arranged Thomas Rey
125 nolds of Fargo, formerly a amateur
skater of national reputation. Rey
nolds has not competed since 1 900. but
7991 has been in active training for some
time, and Friday will race Schu
mac
next month. The meet
ker of Grand Forks a Fargo for
144 the championship of the northwest.
137 The match wll' half-mile heats,
8
THOMAS REYNOLDS.
best two i three. Reynolds i recent
trials has done a quarter i 3 4 2-5 sec
onds, a half mile i 1:15%, and a mile
in 2:35%.
The meet i Fargo next month for
the northwestern amateur champion
ship will consist of quarter-mile, half
mile and mile events. Handsome
prizes are offered for all events. N
entry fee is charged, and entry blanks'
can secured upon application the
sporting editor The journal.
MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS
2or The annual Yale football election wag held last
__ night and resulted In the choice of the following
832 officers for the coming season: President and
mpuager, Edward E. Spalding, Lynn, Mass.:
secretary. D. A. McGee, Plainfleld, N. J. as
sistant manager, Ed^In White, Minneapolis,
Minn.
Second. Third
176 191 Yale's football men are being urged by the
333 133 coaches to go Into other branches of sport In a
156 146 Hfcht "av during the winter months and a large
170 162 number of kickers will engage in boxing and
176 J48 wrestling. Class. Foster Rockwell.
Orion Hare.
Third.
131
136
95
164 154
Among those who will take instructions in gophers played a hard game, and used
8?1 8Q0 boxing are Tom Shevlin, Ralph Kinney, Edgar our men pretty badly. They were
Harold Metcalf and
S. Fullerton, executive agept of the state bones stuck out thru their suits, and
13 6 game and fish commission, received notice yes- when thev fell a man lrnw it
terday or a shipment of 6.000 small fry of bass I ,,7" ZK. 1!^
and crapples. It Is a verv unusual thing to se-
the unfavorable coidltions of last fall cut thet
commission short the shipment Is very accept
able.
Athletic women ir New York society are about
to put into operation plans for a clubhouse of
which they have talked for a year The New
York Athletic club will be Incorporated in a few
days and land has been bought for a clubhouse
site.
CURLING
The Commercial club bonspiel Saturday night is
proving a verv popular project, and Secretary B.
J. Westlnke is fairly deluged with entries. The
entries since Tuesday are M. E. Rutherford,
K. Cone, A Johnson, L. C. Prior,
Arthur B. Chamberlain, A Parker L.
Rains. James Gray, J. F. Perkins. Dr.
Simpson, John Hopnin, C. Ely, W M.
Horner* W Bechtel. George Ganssle, Dr. N
M. King. Dr. L. W Day. G. A Will J.
Jpnes. Alderman John Van Est. S. H. Chase F*
E. Mulford. Harry G. Kobins, R. Rosco San
burn, Frank M. Barnard.
You Risk Your Life
i~"
TRADE IN AUTOS
IS INCREASING
A W STRONG RETURNS FROM
EXHIBIT I N NEW YORK.
Several Manufacturers Sold Out Their
Entire Output and Turned Away
Would-Be PurchasersTendency I
to Lighter Machines With Higher
Power and Heavier Tires.
A W Strong the new Strong Au-
tomobile Manufacturing company,
who has just returned from New
York, where spent considerable
time a the automobi lo show i Madl*
son Squa rt Garde ne, sa yo th ai all sig n.s
Pi i_*
mos
I not think, from what I saw
in New York, that the high water
mark has been reached i the auto
mobile business. I will reached i
a year two, perhaps, and the his
tory the bicycle trade will re
peated. Automobile factories are
springing like mushrooms, and
overproduction is bound the re
sult of the phenomenal present de
mand. I not think, however, that
will see any such cutting of prices
as was made i the bicycle business,
because the manufacturer now makes
only a reasonable profit his ma
chine. But when the novelty of the
thing wears off, the sale of machines
will decrease.
"In the commercial world, however,
the automobile trade is still i its in
fancy. One of those big electric trucks
will the work of three teams i
delivery work around the city. Autos
are coming into general use for truck
ing and delivery work in Chicago, and
they will soon become popular farther
west.
"The 1904 model autos show a ten
dency lighter but stronger ma
chines, with increased power. Steel
is being used i various parts the
frames where iron was employed be
fore, and armored wood, that is, wood
protected each side a thin steel
an
0 0
MINNESOTA NOT ROUGH
OliD CHICAGO. HAIiFBACK SAYS
GOPHERS USED O PJaAY A
VERY CliEAN GAME.
William Eldridge, who played
halfback the Chicago university
football team i 1900, was a the West
hotel yesterday. Eldridge talked en
tertainingly of football matters, and
expressed surprise a the charges
rough play made against Minnesota
by Michigan last season.
"If Minnesota plays a rough game,
her men have changed considerably
since 1900," said. "When
played the gophers a Northrop* field
that year, I saw indication in
tentional roughness, nor did I hear
any of the foul language which Mich
igan attributes Minnesota. The
all big, burly men, without any super
fluous flesh, and the poin th ther
^HA^
prsperous year i
th
?.mu
to rh
,J
AIT i
autmoble trade
was the biggest ever
Am erica," said Mr. Strong.
All the main floor of Madison Square
Garden was filled with machines, and
a gallery above was crowded with
more machines and with automobile
specialties. Another gallery was en
tirely given specialties. I a
big room a one end of the garden
were the exhibits of foreign manufac
turers. I should say there must have
been sixty seventy-five these for
eign machines alone. Then there was
an overflow exhibit which filled an
other large auditorium across the way
from Madison Square.
"Not only was the exhibit the larg
est ever held i this country, but the
amount business done Was phe
nomenal. Several firms sold out their
entire year's output before the show
close|. Some did only a fair busi
ness, and some did business a
all, but the good machines always
found a ready sale. One agent want
buy 200 machines a certain
make. offered pay the cash for
the whole lot then and there, and ac
cept delivery whenever the factory
could accommodate him, but the of
fer was refusid. That is one in
stance several which show how!
big a trade the retail dealers and
agents expect this year.
plate, also is used a great extent i slaughter, altho held them well
the framework. perfecting vari- i the first half
f,?^
"sing steel wood
made lieher"' have been poor showing recently has been lick
without sacrificing of material. I 1902 a lot of good
rpF! freshmen entered tl)e university, com-
The power has been increased also, petition for places was keen, and
and the four-cylinder upright engine developed a pretty good team, consid-
IS coming into general use. This i ering the greenness of the men. This
originally a French idea, but it has year only two freshmen made the
almost supplanted the two-cylinder teamHill and Eckersall. The rest
engine. Two-cylinder uprights are al
most unknown, but two-cylinder op
posing horizontal .engines are still
used. The public is running to big- that is one reason material has'been
ger machines, discarding runabouts,so scarce there i recent years."
for the more powerful touring cars
or racers. Tires are being made
heavier this year, the manufacturers
having profited last year's experi
ence.
"TPWfHr. o,^ he*
nes
livery work. The freight trucks, which Paying full postage, without affixing the
are not obliged off the pave
ments, can use electricity, but it has
not been found satisfactory for tour
ing cars which travel over the coun
try roads. The Edison battery, which
was expected revolutionize the au
tomobile business, i not highly re
garded New York dealers. The
batteries are much lighter, but it
takes twice a many of them pro
duce the same power, that there is
really nothing gained. The only real
advantage of the new battery is the
practical indestructibility the
plates, and this is offset the in
creased price the novelty."
stam
de
te didn
'i
se
coul
a
Ut
S
cure fish fry at this season of the year* and as try to injure any our men. I faot,
heir conduct the field compared
very favorably with that Wisconsin
in 1899 and 1900.
"Minnesota did put our team the
tobaggan that year, tho. W all came
out of the contest very much bruised
and exhausted, and that game was
largely responsible for our defeats
the latter part of the season. The
week after played Minnesota,
had to meet Brown. Her men were
smarting under their defeat a our
hands the year before, and they beat
us a score of 1 2 6 Then went
to Philadelphia play Pennsylvania,
whom had tied the year before.
Pennsylvania also wanted revenge, and
they got it The next week played
Iowa, and they wanted satisfaction
for a tie game also. They were pretfy
sore because the year before, when
they scored a touchdown us, Ken
nedy, tied the score with a field goal.
They got satisfaction. Then played
Northwestern, and the next week
met Wisconsin, and furnished a lit
tle more revenge. That same was a
^W-^T^^'
JANUARY 38, 1904.
A LAWYER Five years ago
dyspepsia took
such a hold
me I could scarce-
ly go. I took quan
tities of medicines,
ut nothing helped me.
I tried Kodol, and im
proved at once. It cured
me. GEORGE S MARSH,
Nocona, Tex.
A DANKER I suffered for
four years with Indigestion. After
having almost despair ed of ever
getting well, Kodol was recom
mended to me, I began to improve at
once. I a now taking the third bottle
and I feel as well a I ever did. Can eat
anything without-bad effects.
THOS. TAYLOR, Como, Miss.
A MERCHANT 1 suffe.cd heart-burn
and stomach trouble, caused by dyspepsia, have
had some very bad attacks of same. sister-in
law has had the same trouble. She lived entire ly on
warm water. Two bottles of Kodol cured her. A for
myself, I a glad to say that a dose of Kodol always
gives instant relief. ERSKINE, Allenville, Mich.
A MINISTER For years I suffered from dyspepsia,
growing worse and worse, until culminating in a bad case of
ulceration of the stomach. Every known means, and many of
the best physicians, were consulted. people sent to
Europe. Each Hemorrhage left weaker and weaker. Finally
I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It relieved beyond
imagination. I a now using third bottle, a preaching twice
every Sunday, and thank Go I expect to be well soon.
principal reason for Chicago's
of the new material was poor, and yet
competition was not sharp. Chicago
is a very expensive universityan
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ommitt er
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Electric arid steam rigs are seen decided to report favorably a amendment ously short time. If you've had catarrh
more frequently i the east than i to the postal appropriation bill relating'a week it's a sure cure If it's of fiftv
Minneapolis, but even i New York to third and fourth-class postage. The
twenty gasoline -machines are seen amendmen, if adoe da wille perm ip busi-
one electric steam, except in de-
hous et se npdt pckags- or arcels,
S oxni ea cnhg package a is required un-
th
esti.law. ROCKIsland
-System
Constipation
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Like a Diamond
in the Sky
In the annals of medicine Kodol is up
above the world so high that it is like a
diamond in the sky. True merit has
elevated this famous remedy to that
position wherein it stands preeminently
as the world's recognized cure for all
disorders of the stomach and diges
tive organs.
Unlike all other remedies,
Kodol combines the natural di
gestants with the greatest known
tonic and reconstructive prop
erties. It does not purge the
system. The weak should
never be weakened and the
sick should never be sick
ened. Such treatment
gives temporary relief
often, but permanent good
never.
Immediate benefits
follow the first dose,
and perfect health is
the permanent result
derived from
use pf Kodol.
W LOPER, Earlville la.
A DOCTOR After three years almost constant use of Kodol in
hundreds of cases referable to faulty digestion and assimilation, I
can truthfully say it is the most efficient combination for dyspep
sia, indigestion, flatulenc e, nausea and all gastric disorders that
it has been good fortune to discover. experience in a
general and hospital practice dates from 1872, and of all the
digestants prescrib ed in those thirty years, none in hands have proved
thoroughly effective as Kodol. E HAYES, D., Washington,
DYSPEPSIA CURE
Your Dealer Can Supply You.
Bodies only. Regular sire, $1.00, holding 2% times as much as the trial site which sells lor SO cents.
Prepared at the Laboratory of E C. DeWITT & CO., Chicago, 8 A.
is the starting point of disease. It can be easily
removed by taking on arising half
a glass of the
NATURAL LAXATIVE
Hnnyadi JanosWATER
Ask for it by the fall name, HUNYADI JANOS, for
your own protection.
SUBSTITUTES A8 WOTHI,BSS AW HARMFUI,.
Two More
Homeseekers Excursions
FOREIGN FLASHES
MadridAn attempt to blow up the roval pal
ace was frustrated h\ the police
OttiwaSeiiatot Wark of Ft ederickton. ti
still hale aud beany and an active :e?i3 ator,
will be 101 jt.us' ot i'ge next month.
Foul, Loathsome,
Disgusting Catarrh!
SECURE RELIEF I N 10 MINUTES
And a Radical Cur e.
Does your he aa ach?Ha vr you pai
O LIMIT USE O STAMPS oyer your eyes' I there a constant drop-
th
i
5
ln &
Washington. Jan. 28.-On motion of sive? These are certain symptoms of
Representati vc Steeneson a subcommittee Catarrh. Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder
Tuesday, February 2d and 16th, the Rock
Island System will sell round-trip tickets to
points in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Indian Ter
ritory and Texas at one fare plus $2.00.
Good to return any time within 21 days of
date of sale. Stop-overs allowed on going trip
at and west of Alta Vista, Kan.
If you are looking for a new location, either
for farming:or business purposes, take advantage of
this low-rate opportunity and visit the New South
west. It is growing faster and building on a
firmer foundation than any other section df the
United States.
Tickets and information about through car v,J
rangements on application to any Rock Island^/|
Ticket Agent or to
1
W. L. HATHAWAY, "^fs
City Passenger Agent,
322 Nicollet Av, Minneapolis, HunT
F. D. LYON, District Passenger Agent*. gf
i*
the
Kodol
Dyspepsia
Curedigests
what you
eatmakes
the
stomach
sweet*
&?
throt? Ie the beath offe nn-s
on postoffices has will cure most stubborn cases in a marvel-
yeais' standing it's just as effective
Dr. Agnew's Pills are the best.
40 Doses 10 Cents. 1
Sold E Weinhold. West Hotel
and Sixth street and Nicollet avenue, and
A. Herrmann, 400 Second avenue S
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