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CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO., - CF cago,
Calumet Hating Powder mate a pure fa 3.
WE KEEP MORRO CASTLE
Havana's Old Fortress Not to
Be Turned Over to Cubans.
DECISION COMES AS A STJEPBISE.
THE TRAVELER FROM ' HE WEST TO THE
Pan America Exposition S
Should remember that therare
and Michigan Southern Railway.
The Only Double Track Line
All ticket! over this route afford use of steamers either way between Cleveland
txH Buffalo, also stop at Chautauqua oa the return trip within limit of ticket.
Book mi Trains and Pan-American Fold? r on applicatioa
F. M. BYRON. G. W. A., Chicago.
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Tor ncralions wroti have been
taught that "beauty i only skin deep
but, like many proverbs, that will not stand.
Beauty Is blood deep. There can be no
beauty without health. Our j;randmothera
lived closer to nature than we do, and they
were so sheltered by their home life that
health and beauty were theirs naturally.
Skin foods, freckle lotions and face bleaches
were unknown commodities. But there has
been a great change in the life of women
since then. With broader education and
larger opportunities, the has developed
mentally at the expense of her health. Front
the quiet duties of home she has gone forth
until now w e find her in many avocations of
life, which prove too great a tax on her
vitality. How sad it is to see the cheek
robbed of its color and the eye of its fire.
These symptoms nearly always show de
rangements in the delicate feminine organ
ism. They don't call for bleaches or paints
or powders, but for a remedy that will make
the afflicted organs strong and well. Vine
of Cardui is just such a remedy. Women
broken in health and spirit have been made
healthy and happy by this Wine. No one
should give up fo the "blues" until this reliable remedy has been tried. It has
proven a blessing to other women and will not disappoint you. It brings that
buoyancy of spirit, elasticity of step and lightness of heart which is the corner
stone of beauty. A healthy woman is always beautiful.
Vetviile, February 4. 199.
I feel tbt I must ar a few wnrri in praine of the Lad ir' grett friend.
Wine of f urdni. Jt in the moat wonderful remedy that I evertried. I bars been a
anflerer for yearn, at timen beintr confined to mjr bed two or three day a each month.
A friend recommended Wine of tardoi, and since I have taken it I have been
reatly relierert. I intend to continue to take it, for I know it i a recommended,
will uae every effort to get others to use it. Mrs. MAHY K. toOLEV,
For advice In ruri reqairtne apeciai direction., addreea. a-tvlne lympUimi,
"Tbe I-artie.' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Company,
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry, liy modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work "
b the best that Is turned out In this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
X1AUKR3FELD '& SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephosa 1S9S.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rook Ilnnd. HI.
Ancient Stronghold 'Will He Made
Imprearnable and an American
Carrlion Katabllnbrd There So
Intereatlnar Fact. About the Sluat
Dreaded of Prlaoaa.
The New lork orlJ. necordini? to
Its Washington correspondent. Is in a
position to announce upon the highest
authority that the famou.s Morro Cas-
Ue, overlooking the harbor of Havana,
Is to be retained for all time by the
The American flag will never Ik? low
cred ttiere, and it is the intention of
the administration that the nut-lent
stronghold shall lie occupied, controjled
and defended by United States troops
even after the government of the is
land shall have been hauded over to the
The plan to hold Morro t'nstlo iu ad
dition to the other bases of supplies al
ready demanded in' the l'latt amend-
uieut will come us a surpri.se to all cir-
Incorporated Under tho
w a at a ea
rour vet -cnt raia on
y ' Interest.
Oaf rSKKONlL'CofXATKRAI. Oft RKAI. ESTATE SCOURITT.
J. M. BuforO. PrealfleB.
John Crubaurh, Vice Preaiaeat.
f. Ureenawutt, Caablar.
Peg ft thebualnaaa Joly 8, l.'O, and Oflflopylnf
S. E. eorner of Mitct.ell
tX Lyndcl itw buUdiog.
U. 8. Cabla,
II. P. Hall,
K. W. B o ret.
rfoan v .
oiioltora jro ana Barat.
L. Simon .
i. at. Uufotfl,
clcs, for there had been uo previous
intimation of such a purpose. It was
supposed that everything this govern
ment thought wise and proper to do
maud had been included iu the Tlatt
The fortress is to be made as nearly
Inipreguable as possible and will be
eouipped with modem artillery. It Is
understood that the Idea of the govern
nient is that with Morro fortlticd by
United States troops Cuba may be as
sisted Iu defeudiug herself against her
jwssible enemies, and by that same to
ken the United States may be protect
ed against unwarranted action by the
new republic to !w? against the country
that wrested her from Spanish tyranny,
It is said that a treaty is iu prepara
tlon. as between this country and Cu
ba, which will provide for the leteution
of the fort and that the United States
commissioners who will arrange the
matter will insist upou this point until
compliance is secured, the foregone con
clusion being that the Cubans will
make a vigorous protest.
At this time Morro Castle Is crum
bling with the weight of years and is
of small account as a fortress. Spain
was l'-HJ years In building It. The fort
was begun In 1007 by Oregon Uastou,
governor of Havana, with money from
the receipts from Mexico, then owned
bv SDain. Millions of dollars were
squandered upon it, and when It was
completed it was acknowledged to be
one of the most formidable forts In the
world. But Spain was not satistled.
and S3.000.000 more was ez (tended up
on the castle during the governorship
of Juan Francisco Cuytnas, who when
the work was finished said, "1'ass It
Morro eventually Ix-came the most
dreaded of all the prisons of Spain
Men of all classes, rich and poor, high
born and humble, have entered its
gates never to return to their friends.
Of Moito Castle it might have been
truthfully said. "All hope abandon ye
who enter here." It was really more
as a prison than as a fort that Morro
became known throughout the civilized
world. Hundreds upon hundreds of
men have died the slow death of dee-pair
In its subterranean vaults. I'roiu
it there was no escape unless the mag
ic power of money was at hand to aid
Some years before the war of this
country with SpaJn Morro Castle was
restored to its original use as a fort.
and Cabanas became the principal pris
on of the island and one of the most
wretched In the world.
LATEST THING IN FRUITS.
, , t
The Dumbbell "Which Taatea Like a
reach Flavored With Pineapple.
Most New Yorkers at least have
heard of "dumbbell tenements." but
probably no one. in America has yet
seen the newest product of seientitic
gardening, the dumbbell fruit, says tU3
New York World. The new fruit re
sembles a Siamese twin peach and
tastes like a (teach flavored with pine
apple. It is said to lie delicious, far
surpassing any known fruit in the deli
cacy of its flavor.
There Is a romance connected with the
story of Its cultivation, and, although
the fruit comes from an island in the
Indian ocean, on the opposite side of
the world, the hero of the story was an
American. It seems that in the year
1$H an American scientist named .Jef
freys, imbtttered by an unfortunate love
affair, turned his back on civilization
and with a Cingalese servant made his
home on a small island 1,(XK) miles
south of Ceylon.
Here he remained, living a Kobinsou
Crusoe life, until his death In 1S!S. oc
cupying himself with scientilic studies
and the cultivation of fruit trees. By
grafting and other methods he pro
duced several curious varieties, his
most astonishing success being the
dumbbell fruit. After the death of Mr.
Jeffreys the native servant took a few
samples of the new fruit and set sail
in a trading vessel for Itoinbay. The
merchants to whom he showed his
specimens at once formed a syndicate
and have since been diligently culti
vating the plantations left by the Amer
Several shiploads have been sold in
the seaport cities of Australia ami In
dia, and the syndicate Is making prep
arations to meet an enormous demand
next season. In London, where the
dumbbell fruit has appeared this sea
son in sjnall quantities, it has met with
much favor from those fortunate
enough to obtain it. A suburban Inn
keeper who concocted a new drink with
the Juice of the fruit did a thrlviug
BROWN HOUSE A GOLF CLUB
uf the Famous Agitator
I aed For That Pnrpoae.
The house where John Itrown, the fa
mous aiuisiavery man, itveu, just on
the outskirts of Akron. O., Is now occu
pied by the I'ortage Golf club, and the
beautiful grounds surrounding it are
played over every day by enthusiastic
golfers, says the Kansas City Journal.
The members of the club have endeav
ored to keep the house lust as it was
when "Osawatomie" planned for the
freedom of the black race within its
walls. Tho grounds around the house
have not been changed materially, and
the old stone fence that was built with
Infinite labor by John Itrown and his
sous still remains as firm as ever, a
tribute to the memory of the grand old
Aside from the tinge of romance
given the (dace by the fact that it was
once the home of one of the most re
markable figures in the history of th?
United States, it is noted for the fact
that it is right on the old historic tort-
age path made by the Indians nianv
years ago In carrying their canoes from
Cuyahoga to the Tuscarawas river, aud
the grounds Surrounding the clubhouse
were once used as hunting grounds by
the Delaware Indians. No more beau
tiful or historic place In the old West
ern Reserve can Ik? found than the spot
where John Iirown once lived, and It
will always be kept In good shape in
memory of him.
Automobile Iloase For Family Travel
A novel vehicle that recently attract
ed the attention of pedestrians along
Wabash avenue, near Eldrldge court,
for two days is an automobile house be
longing to George Washington of Chi
cago. It is a traveling van propelled by
a 40 horsepower gasoline motor and Is
Intended for a home for Its owner and
his wife during their wanderings about
the country", says the Chicago Tribune.
An old street car has been rebuilt for
the body of the house, to which are
added an observation and operating
platform at the front end. surrounded
by, large windows, and a porch In the
rear. The machinery is mounted on a
heavy steel frame, the whole weighing
about four tons. Although no great
success has as yet attended Mr. Wash
ington's efforts to navigate in. the new
craft, he believes that when he has put
ten inch tires on It, wJth teeth to them
to catch the ground, he can move his
house at a good pace whenever he wilL
JAPAN'S NEW ARMY.
What n Soldier of (he Mikado Sara
of Ita Efficiency.
Lieutenant Colonel Wantanabo, the
first representative of the Japanese ar
my to be accredited to Washington as
military attache, arrived there the oth
er day, says the Philadelphia Times,
and reported to the Japanese legation.
The present military system of Ja
pan is thoroughly modern," said he.
aud is similar to the best European
systems, those of Oermnny being fol
lowed to a considerable extent. Tho
peace footing is from 70.000 to SO.000
men, with a war footing about double
that number and reserves which can be
called u(ton to an almost unlimited
The Japanese troops are armed and
cquipiietl with the latest rapid fire in
ventions, our rltie is distinctively a
Japanese weapon, made in our own ar
senals and combining the best fea
tures of the most effective weapons.
Our soldiers are well drilled, nnd expe
rience has shown them to be capable of
"We hear much of the American sol
diers In the east and always favorable
reports as to their splendid appearance.
courage and fighting ability. I am glad
to say, too. that there is the most
friendly feeling between the Japanese
and American soldiers."
PICHON ON CHINA.
Saya Chinese Were Sorprlaed
Sraallneaa of Indemnity. .
M. richon, ex-minister of France in
China and recently appointed governor
of Tunis, was in Montreal for a few
days on his way home to France. He
was chairman of the Indemnity com
mittee of the powers hi China, and In
an interview at .Montreal with a repre
sentative of the New York Commercial
Advertiser lie said that he did not con
sider the Indemnity demanded from
China to be at all excessive. -I can say
as chairman of the indemnity commit
tee," he said, "that when the amount
of the Indemnity was decided upon the
Chinese representatives were astonish
ed at the reasonableness of the de
mand. I think that they expected the
bill to be a good deal heavier. China
will not have the slightest difficulty in
settling the account. The country is too
big to mind it very much. If a much
larger indemnity had been demanded.
It would have been paid."
Russia, he says, occupied Manchuria,
but it still is and will remain a Chinese
province. He was shy of saying much
about the missionaries. He merely re
marked that the cause of missions had
received a severe blow and that mis
sionary work would be continued when
the country became a little more set
t'haraso Grain and Produce.
Chic-aero. Jury 2R.
Foliovvitis were the quotation on the
tii.ml of Trade today:
win's! - iptMi. niuh. i-ow. t;
July $ .9"R X .70-', S $ .fii;
Septenihf r .. .71S .711, .7i .7H
October 717, .72' .71 .71U
Juiy .r..-,i; .r..is; .r.t
eolemlier .. ..6 .ubT .ub .;.b
ua i si-
July ..v.. ..r.a9
Seiteml.r .. .",: ..',6 .35'., .35
Seplemi.. r ..H.47'- 14.471, 14.32'i 14.3J
Vt"litr 14 :.
Jm mi:. iv 14 .v.". 14. .:. 14 .77':. 14 77'
S'ptcir.i:cr .. .7't s.7ii ."
O. tohcr S.TC'i fc.7j'-.' S.b"1- S.H7'2
January .... J'.ffJ S.b'- .7j3 t.37Vz
September - 7.97 s ii 7.t7 7.97'i
October R.uil 8 n2'- 7 97'-. 7.H7U
January .... 7.7.1 7.7T 7.70 7.70
I'roiltn-e: Buitei Kxtra treanitiy
'flc it-r ;b: i-xira riiihy. 17c; parkin
sro k. 12' it! !'.. Kkk Krt-sh stuck. 1
fil'-.--. l.ixe IMultry Chickens. n-tns,
f per !b; spring!., ltl-ft 1LV; (ecs. $3.d0
i6.W per Appli- .New. Jl.."i0'ii3.iH-
per bt:. rotators Ohio. sJi l.t pti
Clilra-fo l ive Mo k.
H t - Kft i mn t ed receipts for the day
Uj.iiuo: sa.es larst-a at ;..- ,"..ti i r
piKs. J.Vr.iKa ".!'0 for lisht, J.VCVrf .".7'l for
rouii pac king-. $,i.t-0fi 6.H for n.ixed. ami
$.V7."i i. tor heavy pHkir.r ajui ship-
pine lots, with the bulk of tn-e- sales
at $.".!'' 6 i U.
Catti I Kstima ted receipts for the .lay
4.:".Mi; quotations ranted at to.'nii6.3)
for ihoi. e to exu-a steer?. $d.3ij 5.t5 for
-.toil t.. -hoioe do.. $.V0ift'n.5O for fair
to Rood do.. 11.205.10 com-nton to med
ium do.. 3.7l"iJ 4.ri butc her steers. $4. Ml
riCbl feci e.-ierr. steer. $2. -0'?i 4.50
sto, kers and feeders. Jl.eo-g t.fO c-ovf
$;.6ira.r..0i ht-ifers. J2..V"ii4..Vt huils and
oxen. f. .Tjfi .Vim Maics. J:!.:;0(ci 4.70 Texas
steers, and J4.r.0'ri 5.75 veal calves.
Sheep Kstlmated receipts for the day
14. (x0: nuotattor.! ranged at $3.riKi 4.00
westerns. 2.6T,it 4.15 natives. $-'.0'35."0
western lan-bfi, and $ ? 003 5.30 native
l-:at Itollalo I.iva Stork.
tdst liuft'alit, X. Y.. July 26
Vtumiii.sr - Stevens. Live Sto.k Com
mission Men-hunts. Kast Buffalo. N. Y
quote as follows: Cattle Receipt?, 3
rtrs-; feeling; sio.v. Hosts Receipts, IS
cars': market steady: lisrht orkers,
$0.15: pond. $G.lVi5.17Vi: mixed, ir.edi
ums and heavy. $ti.l7ta.ln 6.20. Sheep and
I .a nib.- Receipt s. 12 ears: good prades
hi-rher: top lambs. li.tS't'S 5: others.
$:!.25'a5.'ti: sheen, top mixed. $4. 10!i 4.25
others, fj.oofj 4.0i: wethers. $4.30'a 4.50.
St. Lauli Grain.
St. Iiuis. July 2".
Wheat Lower: No. 2 red cash ele
vator, tii'ji.-: trai k. h"e; .luty. bi':i
September. ti-3 'n fis' c ; Oecember. 71'af
No. 2 hard. KSSKt-i 6'4c. Corn Ixiwer;
No. 2 cash. 5tSic; track. 57e: July, ."be;
September. 5-'e; Itecember. 57't1'.
Oats Invfr: No. 2 each. :;Se: track.
"9c: July. oJc; Septemter. 36c; May,
3 Mo: No. ' white. 4"i7'4le. Kye Lower,
Milwaukee. July 2rt.
Wheat Kasier: No. 1. northern. 72c:
No. :.. iu-tt hern. 7le; September. 713il,fJ
li'-sc. Iiv2 Stearty: No. 1. :Uc. Par
ley i irin: .o. -. oi'c; winipie. iinn i.c.
ttats Stead: Ni. 2. white. 4l'341:-tc.
Corn September, iib'aUob'ic.
Hay Tlraothj, IISCIH; prairie, I8C11.
Coal 13 aer ton.
New potatoes 75.
Hutter Choice to tair, 13a; fresn eraamor
Hens-6'-c per pound
Spring CtiiOKena 43.00 per dozen.
Cattle Hutonera pay for eorn fed steers
4Hcci'trc; cows sod betters, loS4c; calves
Sonne Lambs ti 50CH s besd
Hog io.iOiiti &.
THE CIGAR OF
with a flavor equaling three-for-a-half"
unblended goods not an
empty claim, but a guaranteed
fact not a mere novelty, but a
You will find them the richest,
smoothest and finest goods you
ever smoked (REGARDLESS OP
HERE IS A
SMOKE AT 5 CENTS
that is as gratifying and fine as the
costliest cigar any millionaire can
buy. ISN'T IT WORTH TESTING?
Get a Quarter's Worth
And learn the real satisfaction
of smoking them.
McNEVIN & GANSERT, Distributors.
- V- -
Chicago Dental Company
It you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
ive you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings 50c
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, fl and up. . .,.$1.00
Gold Crowns, fl and np. . .-4.00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel'a Drug Store.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rH10AGO, KOOK ISLAND ft
vy Pacific Railway TleaeMi
ean be purchased or bagtrafrei
ebecked at City Ticket offlce,
1818 Second avenue, or C, K.
LAP. depot, corner Film
venue and l tlrty-fiiil street. Fran H. Flum-
mer. A cent
J MeT. J wasT.
Miover IJmltod & Oiraka..
Rocky Mountain Lltrited.
ct. worm, Denver 4K.C.
itnaba and Dea Moines....
tOmaba & Minneapolis....
Gnt a & Lincoln Ex
Des loolnes & Omaha ,
Denver, Lincoln & Omitt.
Oes Moines Express
St. ram x alinueapons.
t 8:10 am: f OO am
t 2:43 ptnit 6:10 pm
t 6:06 am 10:35 pirt
t B:50 am 6:10 pm
t 8:00 am 11:10 pm
12:05 am 8:00 am
7:S5 amll:0 pm
11:55 pmltioa-i pm
8:05 am 3:05 am
.12:15 m! :ft am
3:05 am P:l5 pm
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C. 5:00 am10:40 pm
fKanssClty,St JoeiDnvr 11:10 pmit 6:30 am
tKrc IalandtWaEhlnKton!ll:50 pm t 8:25 pm
Chicago A Des Moines. ..it 2:15 pm t 8:-.'0 pm
lock Island t Brooklyn AC. 5:35 pm' 7:40 am
Omaha & Rock Island 0:40 pm ;i0::o am
.Cbloago, tX Davenport. I 't 7:00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture. iDally, except Sun-
iDaUy except Saturday,
All others dally. Te
-RTTRLINGTON ROVTB O.,
-"B. & Q. RAILWAx Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. J. YOtTNG,
I LSAVS. ABB1VS.
Qulncy via Galesburgl
and bterlinir i7:15 am C:50 am
jr.a, Bearastown, Bur
I'-r-Rton, Denver and
West 2:40 pm 11:11 pm
St. L., Kas. City, Denver;
and Pacinc Coast via
Galesburf 7:25 pm 7:I5 pm
Sterling and points inter
mediate j7:5 pm 7:15 pm
East Moline. Suburban 6:15 mi
St. L. Denver and west. .f C:S0 am
Clinton and Dubuque ifl:50 am 'bO am
Davenport and Clinton. ;t:0 am;
Clinton. Dubuque, La: i
Crowe, St. Paul, Minn. !
& West and N. W T.h pm 7:10 am
Dally. Daily except Sunday.
Quility and make,
McCoy & Co, N. Y.
y. M. AHNDT & CO.,
I70S Second A vena.
tiHIOAGO, MILWACKIE Js
ST. PAUL raUway D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Sevententn.
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buqne and points north run
via Illinois side of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Ciin
toa aud Savitnna-
Aii trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
t'reeport Express I
7:25 am 11:10 am
10:15 am 11:15 am
4:00 pm 0:15 pm
7:00 am 9:15 pm
4:0 pm: 11:40 am
Stndenta From Old Mexico.
A well known Monterey gentleman
t.tted to a reporter of The. Mexican
Herald that about 100 children of
prominent Mexican families will attend
school In the United States this cotiiiDi;
Sew Milk Adulterant.
Housekeepers and pure food coniiuts-
aioncrs unre, a new toe to tlgnt. pays
the New York Post. It Is vlscoprcn as a
milk adulterant. It lias been found by
Inspectors of tho dairy department in
Minnesota, and so far as known its use
Is yet confined to that state. When Its
properties become pcneraliy known.
however. It may confidently be looked
for elsewhere. It Is a Rirup composed
of siiar, lime and water, about the col
or of water and is used chiefly to make
the milk appear richer than it really Is.
When vlscoyen Is placed In milk or
cream, the luetic acid turns the lime l'u
the fluid Into a white, thick substance,
which, assimilating with the milk.
gives It an appearance and taste of
great richness. It Is possible throuRh
Its use to palm off upon customers milk
and cream which are far below stand
ard. Fortuuatelr the adulterant, ac
cording to Minnesota authorities, is not
Injurious to health.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests Lt food and aids
nature, la fitreumneii.ntr ana recon-
Btructine the exhausted digestive or-
ganu It isthe latest discovereddigest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In efficiency. It in
stant'y relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, inaigi scion, iieariDurn,
Flatulence. Sour Stomach. Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralffia.Crampsand
air other results of imperfect digestion.
Prle50c. and St. Larjtestrecontinm time
mall Book all about dyspepsia maileofrer
Prtparad by E. C OaWITT CO, Cblcog
B. II. Bieberand Hartz and Ullemejer
n HAIR BALSAM
C1-ann, snd hrau'iiir Ine hU.
PriHiK.!-. iiixnri nt prow'h.
N'ver ! to Rtor 9rlj
T I rw" IWi -l-titl "! li:riUjnac
firi mi"!? "' ""! f ' '"" nirri.i. .
It's a Mot Subject
To talk ahout, but we are mu
tually interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOR WINTER FUEL.
is our principal article for all
beaters, but we are pushing PO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E. B. McKOWN.
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
rhone 1198. '
All trains dally except Sunday.
a TfOOK ISLAND & PEC
CSX. -"Railway Depot First
TrfaX. nn .nd Twentieth fttrfftl
Patterson, General Paaaeo-
cer Agent. Passenger trains
leave C, R. I. & P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minute earlier tban tlma
Clven. E. Goff, Agent.
I LUTE iBBITI
Peoria & Springfield Lim-j
Peorta. Spi in;t1eld. L.t.
Indianapolis. Cincinnati . .
Peoria. Spr.nu'lield. Indian-'
apolls. Cincinnati, Hloom
Peoria Express. i
Peoria. IcdianapolN, Cin
cinnati Hloomington '
Peoria. St. Ixuis, Spiing-i
Cable Accommodation 1
Cable . Sberrard Accom..
Cable & Sherrard Accom . . I
8:05 am 10:20 pid
9: IS am
Trains marked are
daily. All otbers daily
It's Quality that Counts
In Coat it 's quality that makes beat, t a
quality tbat retains It. It quality tbat
makes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of it. lea v
Ing a liKht, clean asb: lastly, it squality
tbat lessens your fuel bills- you re not .
payini? for dirt, refuse or unoumable.
Tbe coal we Handle both hard and soft
deserves aU tbe good things we and .
our patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.