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Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock island County, f
la the circuit court, September term,
Anr.a oeiht Ganahl vs Frank flanahl.
A flldavit of thrt tnm-re-.tiience of the said
Frank Ganah .tlina'oveucieDuaat.baviuK been
hied in the circuit court of s.nil county. noti
is therefore hereby even to the said non
resident, defendant that the complainant tiled
ber hill of uomiiiaint in said court, on the
ccaneery side thereof, o t the Istn day of
Au'.'um.. A. It. If-.i-J. and that thereupon a sum
mons Issued out of M.id cou-t. wherein said
su.l is now pendintr. returnable on the third
Mondav in the tu n,;b of Sefcteraher nei'-. n-is
by law required. Now. unlessyou. tbesalduon-
res de'.t defend an I atMve named. 1 1 liiiuiiaiar.i.
shall personallv te and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the Urst day of the next terrn
thereof, to t e boldcn at tto"k Island in nnd for
the s-id county, on tbe Third Monday in Sep
tember nert, and plead, answer or demur
to the said coiiul linant s bill of complaint.
the hiiniL' and the matters ami things therein
charged and stated will e taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according to
tne prayer oi saiu n it.
(iBiKCI! W. f'AMBf.E. flerk.
Kofk Island Illinois. Au Is. A. I). 1.-8M
Jmi.s T. maffi'HU. Con,pla:nant's Solicitor.
Notice of Fabllcattun Chancery
State of Illinois. I
Countvof ftoek Island
in the circuit court, to September term, A. D.
1KW. In chancery.
Heroert VV. Gates vs. Margaret Gales. General
Affidavit of the non-residence o' Margaret
Gates, tne defendant above named. Laving been
tiled In the clerk's oltlee of said circuit courtof
Kocic isl tnd eouuty. l.otice is hereby ttiven to
the said non-re ii-'.ent dei'endatit th.i. the com
plainant has tiled bis bill of complaint in sa d
court, on the chancrv side thereof, on the
loth day of Anns'.. IW. w herein said suit is
now peudiitfcr.aTid that a summons ts-sued out of
said court against said defendant returnable
on the l!h day of September. A. I. si. k.s is
by law rci'ilred. No v. therefore. unies.s you.
tne said Marira-et Kites, shall personally be
and appear before t:i-j said circuit, court, of
Koek Is and count v. in the !!n,t day of the I
neit term therof 10 te boluen at the emirt
hou-e. in t he . i:v rr:ock Island tnsaideountv.
on the lsthd.ivof Septembtr. A. U is:'., and
plead, answer or demur to s .id complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and the matters
and thliiiM therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
itxainst you accordinK to the prayer of said
GK--KGE W. Gamble, Clerk.
LrUtlLPIf i RETSiil.lrs.
August I-ilh. A. D. Isw.
F.state of I len Kllis. deceased
TLe undersitrr.ed. having Decn appointed
xecutorof the 1 .st w ill and te uruent of Wlcn
I Hi-, laic of the county of Hock Island.
state of Illinois, defe-isod. hereby trives nonce
that I e will appear before the county court of
Kock Island county, at the county court room,
in the city of Kock Island, at the November
term, on the hrst Mondav in November next
at wbicn time ail persons havluit claims
against said estate are notiiled and requested
to attend for the pur;"se of havinir the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to mae immediate payment to
Paled this bin day of Sept mher. A. D. 1K99.
T. 11. Kl.i.is. Executor
Estate of Aue ist II uesit j. deceased
The undersiKied tonvics neen appointed
executrix oi ice last wui anu testa
ment of Au'.'ust HueMtifr. late of th
county of Kock Island, ktate of Illinois,
deceased, hereby itives notice that f he wllj
appear before the county court of Rock
Lsiaud county at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island at the November
term, on tne tlrst Monday in Novc-nber next
at which time all posons harici? cla'msairalnst
said estate are notnied and requestel to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to sid estate
are requested to make Immediate paymeut
to tne unaersiiraea.
Dated Ibis 21st day of Auoist, A. D. 1?&9.
MtKit Hue in;. F.xe"itrtr.
Notice of Final Settlement.
K-tare f Thomiis Shea, decea cj.
i'ntilic notice i n-ret'y v'ven mat tne ur.-
3ersii."oci. llcree Keane. has this dav filed
his Dnil report and sci iJriut'Dt a sueh in the
count v court of lioek Isiaud county, and that
an orderha been entered bv said ,-ourt afiprov
ink.' the said rejoin unless ohjecti n-. thereto
or cause to the contrary be sn.wn on or b.
fore the i-Vi dav of September. A. I Wt-s. and
etsin the ni:;d appros-al of said, report tne said
t'ierce Kea-e iil ak for an urrirr of dis
tribution, and p ill aiso a-.x to be riisebar;rei.
All persins iatrretel re notified to .attend.
jiock lslatid. 11 . -c;t.. I-', lsw.
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(ilLUAXS UTS. CO. Prop:., CLEVELAND, mi ,
rnaie by U. T. Ba&aa ;o, dnictisi,
Representative Reeves at Ghica
go Piping Off His Polit
THTSXS OF EUNUING FOB GOVEElfOB
Coninltinr Friend on the Ontlook tot
Support Strike at the Decatur Mine
No Improbable Commissioner Cal
houn to Quit Hi Official Ft and Re
turn to III Law Practice Governor
Tanner Salt! To Be Very III.
Chicago. Sent. 14. Kepresontative
Hooves' lxMiin for the Republican
yiibematJtrial nomination is still in the
hot-hoiiso tta?t. lmt the Streator rep
reseutative and a IVw of his friends
are still busy nursius it. During yes
terday a luiidIht of the Streator c-andl
date frni Chieairo and from points
down state were fallen at the ;rand
Iju-itic. The t-onfereiu-es with these
friends were nil of a set-rot nature. Up
to date the headquarters of the Hooves
boom has been so only in name, and
everything done there is in private.
The managers are not ready as yet to
oon the lors and invito the public
in to view the boom, but before t lie rep
resentative returns to Streator ho may
say something that will permit his
friends to ltegin hurrahinjr.
Just Consulting- a Few Friends.
'The fact of the whole matter
Wlid Hooves to a reporter. "I
merely consulting a few of my friends
on this question of boeomiu; a candi
date for governor. They are dropping
in hero to soo me nn:l I nm lir.-ussiuu
lite situation with them. Who are
they? 1 hardly -aro to answer that
question. They are my friends, that's
all. Yes. some of them are from Chi
cago, and others are from lown in the
fotintry. On thinsr. however. I desire
to have made very plain at this time:
that is, that in ease I lK'como a candi
date for irovernor. I shall be neither a
ianner nor ami-1 tinner candidate, nor
an auti-iatos cam In hi to. nor an auti-
anybody-else candidate. 1 shall bo a
candidate for governor, a Republican
AVI 11 Krmaln a Little Longer.
Reeves said ho would remain in Chi-
cairo for a day or two lonper, but felt
that ho hardly would make an an
nouncement of his candidacy leforo
leaving. Reeves and his followers hope
to secure the assistance of men who
are friends of both Tanner and Reeves
and say they ean soo many chances
for losinjr strength by opposins Tan
ner so Ions as Tanner is the Repub
lican iroveruor of the state.
CALHOUN IS OCT OF POLITICS.
Will Keslgn III Place on the Interstate
CoiuuiiHslon and Practice Law.
Chicago, Sept. 14. YV. J. ralhonn.
who was at the Auditorium Annex
Tuesday, confirmed the report of his
purpose to resign from the interstate
commerce commission and outer upon
the practice of law in t hicasro.
"The report is true," he said. 'It is
my purpose with in a few days to sent
inv resignation as a niemlior of the in
terstate commerce commission to
I'resid'-nt McKiniey. aud as soon as
is accepted I shall become a nieinb
or the linn or I 'am. t'alhouu & (.len
nou. Charles II. Donnelly is to retire
from the lirm. which now is stvlod
I'am. Donnelly & (ilcnnou. My reasons
for this slop are purely of a business
or financial character."
When asked if it were his intention
to take an active part in politics he
said with emphasis: "So. I am out o
TUEIK MISSION WAS A FAILURE.
Miners' Union Officer Pay a Fruitless Visit
Springfield. Ills., Sept. 14. State
President John II. Hunter and State
Vice President YV li. Russell, of the
United Mine Workers of America, re
turned to the city hist night from De
catur, where they had a 1 1 unless con-
fereiiee with Manatrer W. C Arm
strong, of the Decatur and Niantic
The miners' officials are endeavoring
to have the scale of .V cents per ton
paid at Decatur and Niantic. but Man
ager Armstrong refused to par it. The
result may no mat there will he a
strike, though the miners' union is
hardly strong enough, in the mines in
question to bring on a successful one
lit present, as many of the minors are
not members of the union.
Governor Tanner Very Sick.
SprlnghMd. Ills., Sept. 14. Governor
fanner, who has Ikhmi more or less
seriously ill since Ins return from the
west four weeks ago. has suffered an
other relapsennd is now a very sick man.
bile he has given little thought to
his illness his attending physicians
take the matter more seriously aud
they fear the effects of a campaign
such as the executive is expected soon
to enter into.
Drops Dead on m Train.
( incago. Sept. 14. Lawrence Mc-
overn. is years old. a newsboy, ditstl
on an in-bound ?r:ind Trunk nassen-
ger train at Fifteenth street, while ho
was engaged in soiling his paiors. JIc-
t.nveru was calling out his papers.
when he threw up his hands and sank
to the lloor with a cry. Jreat excite
ment among the nasseutrcrs of the
crowded train followed.
Walter Halbert Pardon rI.
Springfield. Ills. .Sept. 14. (Jovernor
Tanner -has pardoned Walter Halbert.
who is serving a seuten-e of one year
in the Joliet penitentiarf on a i-harw
f riiurtliT. (Jovernor Tanner con
curred in the recommendations of the
state loard of pardons. He refused
pardon to eighteen other eonviets.
Military Appointment Annou iced.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 14. The ad
jutant general has issued an or ler uj
on the recommendations of the regi
mental commander appointing William
J. Sanderson adjutant of the first in
fantry to suoece-d Captain Patrick.
The IIoo-IIoos voted to hold their
next annual convention at Dallas
Tex- Oct. y. l'.mo. Captain George W.
IxM-k. of Lake Charles. La., was elec
ted enark of the universe.
GOOD ROADS C0HVENTI0IT.
Permanent Association Is the Result of a
Qainey, Ills Meeting
Quincy. Ills., Sept. 14. A good roads
convention was hold here Tuesday
with a large attendance. A perma
nent association was formed, with
tJeorge R. Stewart, chairman of the
Adams county board of supervisors,
as president: Lyman Met arl. of Quin
cv, secretary; aud a vice president
from each township in the county. The
morning was devoted to illsurtations
of road building. Several road - ma
chine men were present with their
machines. The afternoon session was
held in Turner hall and addresses were
made bv General E. !. Harrison, the
road expert of the department of ag
riculture: W. II. Moore, of St. Louis
president of the State aud Interstate
lood lioads association, and others,
General Harrison stated that the aver
age cost of hauling farm products on
ordinary country roads is 'J.T, cents per
ton per mile. On hard roads the aver
age cost is 8 cents per ton per ui le.
The total cost of primary transporta
tion in ISM) was $!M),o" 1.000, and i. all
the roads had been good a saving of
SlKKXOOO.000 would have been effected
to the farmers
Anti-Liquor Crusade at De Moines.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 14. A numbet
of members of the W. C. T. U.. of this
cit v. with the aid of several policemen
yesterdav raided B. I Parker's bath
rooms and secured a considerable
quantity of liquor. They say he
crusade against illicit liquor sales will
be continued. Francis Murphy, who
is holding a temperance revival here
addressed the Iowa Liquor Dealers
Protective association yesterday, urg
ing them all to sign the pledge aud
observe more closely the laws relating
to their business.
Death of a Milwaukee Judrs.
Milwaukee. Sept. 14. George E.
Sutherland, judge of the superior court
of Milwaukee count y, died suddenly
Tuesday night at the Clifton House,
Chicago. The announcement of his
death startled and shocked Judge
Sutherland's friends. He was on his
way home from Luropc. where ho wont
early in thosuinmor for a vacation trip,
and stopped in Chicago for a couple of
days. He was taken ill. while attend
ing a vaudeville performance, with
nami .linkers Licet Officers.
Cincinnati. Sept. 14. The National
Association of Harness Makers decided
to meet next September in Chicago.
The following officers were elected:
President. John lianholzer; vice urcst-
lent. C. I'. !. Stender: secretary, Ed
ward Hamsoh all of Chicago.
Prospect of Another Strike. "
Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.. Sept. 14.
George Uhler, president of the Nation
al M. E. K. A., is here to consult en
gineers relative to a general strike on
the lakes if a new wage scale is not
arranged by the Lake Carriers' asso
ciation. A decision will be reached
within a week. The engineers so far
seem all in favor of a tie-up.
Kankakee Street Fair.
Kankakee. Ills., Sept. 14. Kanka-
Kee s street tair anu carnival was fa
vored with beautiful weather. Tues
day the coronation of Miss Carrie Bros-
sean as queen and the tloral parade
took place. The electric- display at
night is very brilliant, thousands of
electric lights being, employed.
Chicago Grain and Prodnoe.
Chicago, Stypt. 13.
Wheat September opened TOVi, closed
Tl"8; December opened TO'Si. closed
71Ts: May opened 73. closed 744-
Corn September opened 30"8, closed
31: December opened 28. closed 28;
May opened 9'4, closed 29.
Oats September opened 21, closed
21 U; December opened 20"s. closed 20;i;
May opened T2r, closed .2.
Pork October opened $7.92,
$8.05; December opened $S.021i.
$S. 15; January opened 9.47V4,
Lard October opened $5.22,
$r..32Vi; December opened $5.30,
$5. 374; January optned $5.40,
Short ribs October opened $5.13, closed
$..2212; December opened $4.i"a, closed
$4.90; January opened 4.92Vi. closed
Produce: Butter Extra creameries,
22c per lb: extra dairies, 17c: fresh
packing: stock, 13c. Eggs Fresh stock
12'iigi3 per doz. Live Poultry Tur
keys, 83 11c per lb; chickens, 8"6??9c;
springs. He; ducks. 7Sc; geese. $3.50
tffd.OO per doz. Potatoes Fair to choice
40fT43 c per bu. New Apples $1.253.00
per bbl. .
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Sept. 13.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
29.000. Sales- ranged at $3.40'ffi4.45 for
pircs. $188.8.131.52 for lipht, J4.10(,J4.20 for
(li 4.20rouch packing. $t.25S4.65 for mix
ed. and $4.25465 for heavy packing
and shippmjr lots.
Cattle Estimated receints for the
dav. 16.000. Quotations raneed at $6.30
fft6.S5 choice to extra steers, $5.650,6.30
good to choice do., $4.905.6O for fair to
good. $4.4. am.&j common to medium
do.. $4.2i"Tt4.50 butcherso steers. $4.5C?J
6.35 fed Western steers. $3.25 4. R0 feed
ing steers. $2.254.50 cows. $3.255.50
heifers. $2.?0fft4.50 bulls ar.d oxen, $3.75
fi4.75 Texas steers $4.0005.35 grass Wes
tern steers. $3.4019 4. CO Western cows
and heifers, and $4.50725 veal calves.
Sheep Eestimated receipts for the
day. 24.000. Quotations ranged at $3.40
74.35 Westerns. $2.75"?f4.60 natives, and
Milwaukee, Wis.. Sept. 13.
Wheat Steady; No. 1 Northern. 72;
No. 2 Northern, 6S4&69. i.ye Firm;
No. 1, 57c. Barley Hir' No. 2.
43'i45c: sample, 3SQ44',
Spring lamb i50S3.50.
Hav Titnothy, V9: wUd, tT.SOas.
Potato, s 2hc
Butler Choice to fair. 1-Se: fresh ereamerr.
Chickens 7c per pound.
Sprinif chickens Mc.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Coal Soft. IOc
Cattle Butchers sir for corn-fed steers.
5fVSc; cows aud he.fcrs, tcHc; caivea,
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
Tha Kind Yoa Hare Always Bought
NOT EXACTLY 0UB BUSHTES3.
Archbishop Ireland Opinion of the Drey
fus Case Excitement.
St. PauL Minn.. Sept. 14. Arch
bishop Ireland yesterday was asked
for his opinion on the meeting to pro-
liVJt against the verdict of the Renues
court martial ami said: "It is my be-
lief that public meetings in America
such as if is projMisod to hold for the
purpose of protesting-against ihe seu-ten-e
of the Renues court martial are
untimely, unfair to I-'iaiiee aud likely
to briM-d I'ogretable ill-feeling between
that country and our own."
He nddisd that ho had hoped for an
acquittal "But it is another question
to face the verdict of the court
with the assertion that it is plainly
against truth, and that the court from
which it issues is guilty of base in
justice and sacrilegious perjury. And
it is still more so auothor question to
lay Ukiu Prance the crime of the ver
dict, if crime there be in it. and to
throw at a whole people and at their
gvornmont insulting epithets. Let us
"Tin's whole matter belongs to the
internal life and to the internal ad
ministration of France, and interna
tional courtesy as well as justice bid
us talk slowly. France will
deeply resent as it is her right undue
criticism and hasty judgment or her
acts by a foreign iteople. and especially
will she resent as it is surely her right
any uncalled-for interference with
her internal administration, and any
imprudent challenging of her national
WANTS JUSTICE FOR LABOR,
Stated Desire of the Equal Wage Union In
corporated at Kansas Ci jr.
Kansas City. Sept. 1 1. The Amer
ican Equal Wage union, a new labor
organization, was incorporated at Jef
ferson City yesterday. Legislation will
bo its chief weapon. The now union
will contend for 'Voim! ami ev.-iet Ins-
tVe to all wage-earners, without re
spect to ago. sex. or occupation: for
the emancipation of nil children from
industrial servitude: and for the pro
tection of women wage-earners in their
equal rights with men."
Richard D. Kathrcns, of this eitv.
Is the founder and president of the
movement. The Retail Clerks' Pro
tective association of 4.'!.oiH members
has indorsed the movement, which
will have headquarters in Kansas
OPERATION ON WELLHAN.
Arctic Explorer Tryinc to Save the.
I He So Itadly Injured.
London. Sept. 11. Walter Wellmnn.
the loader of the WcUiunu nolar ex
pedition, who arrived in this city
Aug. JS, after explorations in Fraua
Josef Land, has undergone the first
surgical ojH-ration for straightening
his right loir, which was seriously in
jured when he fell into a snow-covered
crevasse while leading his part v.
The operation resulted in the suc
cessful loosening of the sinews.
Another oeratioii is necessary, but
the attending surgeous say they ex
pect lo save the leg and "that Well
man will bo able to return to America
In three weeks.
Clove Fight nt Sioux City.
Sionx City. Ia.. Sept. 14. The four
night listie carnival under the manage
ment of Tommy White opened at the
; 1:1 nil Opera house last night. The
"Rlaek Pearl." of Sioux City, and Sel
lers, of Marshalltown. fought ten hot
rounds to a draw. The big event of
the evening was the lilteen round go
between "Mysterious" I'eorge Kirwin
and Pat Mnlloy. of Chicago. M alloy
was clearly outclassed and was forcetr
to quit in the fourth round.
How They Do in Old Kentucky.
Frank rort. K.. Sejt. 14. Judge TV.
L. Drown aud SIiorilT Mellnrgue. of
Iiurel county, are hero urging (iov
ernor Itrntlley to furnish troops to
guard thetJritiiths in traiisferringthepi
to MaiK-hester, Clay county, for trial.
The Griffiths are now hold in jail at
London. Ky.. charged with killing
Thackor, but it is feared that one fac
tion may ambush them en route to
Clay county or the other faction at
tempt to liberate them.
Suspected of Delntr a Klre liujr,
Oconto, Wis., Sept. 14. Tuesday
night a man was discovered in the act
of crawling through the window into
The Enquirer's press room, but he es-caiR-d.
A gasoline tank was near the
wiudow. and it is thought that he in
tended to touch a match to the gaso
line and sot fire to the building. No
clue as to who the man was can be
formed. There is considerable excite
Servant Sue an ICst.ite.
Oshkosh. Wis.. Sept. 11. A claim of
$3,ri against the estate of Mrs. Elean
or Williams, of Neenah, by W. S.
Hughes, a servant, is being contested
by the heirs in the probate. Hughes
was l'iiue;i thod a bousoand lot. hors
carriages and barn furniture by Mrs.
Williams in recognition of his services,
In additiou he asks for Jf3,."o) for ser
vices. Fatal Accident on the Kail.
P.akerstield. Cal., Sept. 14. The
north-bound passenger train on the
Southern Pacific ran into an accommo
dation train at I-'ot mosa last night.
1 It roe passengers were kill.-d. the en
gineer and fireman seriously hurt, and
a track-walker badly injured. The
dead passengers are Mrs. Ross, Mrs.
Majors and Mrs. Martio.
Gratitude of a Uubuqae Mnn.
London. Sept. 14. A gift of 400 has
lteen received from James Woodward,
of Dubuque, la., by the Wcsloyan
chapel, of Kirkby-Stophcn. out of
gratitude for Sunday school teaching
received there forty years ago. Woc.d-
ward recently sent the chapel another
contribution of the same amount.
Pollman Leave Keeley Home.
Xew York, Sept. 14. George M.
Pullman. Jr.. left the White Plains
Keeley institute this morning cured of
the liqnor habit. He is confident that
he will not drink again. After a short
visit to his mother he says he will
fcetlle down and enter business.
Will lie Exclusively Military.
Paris. Sept. 14. The minister of
war, ;en. Dot iallinet, has decided to
remodel the Intelligence department
Sept- 15. It will Ik; exculsively mili
tary hereafter, taking no iart in the
police or espionage services.
Jegc table Reparation for As -similating
ting the Stamariis aDdJ3owels of
"Prrvmntp a HTdtsftnn .Cheer ful
ness and Rest.Contai rts mther
opium.Morpnine nor riiiicioi.
Apcriect Remedy f or Constirvi
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
and Loss OF SLEEP.
"facsimile Signature of
EXACT C0PTOF WRAPPCH.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
WHAT DESTROYS THE LAWNS
Authority .Says Cousin of Army Worm
The Chicago entomolesrist, Horace
E. Wilcox, disputes the assertion that
it is the army worm that is destroy
ing many of the lawns and pastures.
He has made a very thorough study
of the pest, and says:
"lne name ot this pest is lapiivria:i
fiugiperda, or southern grass worm.
while the army worm is known as the
leucania unipuncta. While the p?st
in Chicago is a cpusin to the army
worm, it cannot be exterminated by
the same methods.
1 'On lawns only one remedy has been
found etiicient aud that is Paris green
or some other form of arsenic dis
solved in water. If Paris green is
u.ed an even teaspoonful may be
added to one gallon of water, and the
grass sprinkled with it during the
night, this will kill auy worm, as a
rule. If it is found the grass is
browned by this solution, two table
spoonsful of slacked lime may be
adtled to the water, and that will pre
vent the arsenic from burning the
jrrass. Kerosene, if it could be trot in
contact with the worm, might kiil it,
but it would also lie pretty sure to
kill the grass. It is not at all likely
that the grass roots are injured by
The worm against which we are
warring !ays its eggs at night. It
takes from H to 12 days for the eggs
to hatch. The worms are voracious
eaters, and several thousand of them
can eat the foliage of an entire tree in
from 11 to SO nights."
Itlsniarck's Iron Nerve.
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous en-
AVi.mr riru lint fnil nil ivlinflt Llninnul,
liver, kidney and bowels are out ot
order. If you want these qualities
and the success they briii'r, use Dr.
King's Xew Life Pills. They develop
every power of brain and body. Only
U.j cents at llartz iV Lllemeyer s drug
The groat hticcess of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ati't Diarrhoea remedy
in treatment of bowel complaints has
made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
by all druggists.
and other points in the west,
northwest and southwest,
Stpt. 5 and 19.
Oct. 3 and 17.
On these dates round-trip tick
ets, good for 21 days, will be sold
Half Fare, Plus $2.
A dry, healthy climate. A soil
rich, easy to cultivate and yield
ing all varieties of crops. That
is what Nebraska offers to the
homeseeker. For a descriptive
pamphlet apply to
U. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Yocxo, Agent.
Phones 2131 and 1180.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CCNTAUN COW'aNV,
tw romn city,
OLD KING COAL
will soon Le monarch of Ihe sit
uation again, when antumnal
bree.es feel as if tliey had strayed
down from Klondike. Now is
the time to fill your bin with your
winter's supply before coal goes
up to cold weather prices. Uy
tilling it with Fraer's coal you
will assure yourself of warm,
comfortable rooms during the
winter. It is the best coal mined.
E. G. Frazer.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of tbe state are male
talulcg a fund by popular atiDacrlpUoa from
which la ottered a
Reward of 9200
By the undersigned aasoclatlon for the srreat
and conrlction of any incendiary in an of to a
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