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THE ARGUS; TUESDAY. JUNE 13; 1909: r
FROM ' DOCTOR'S PRESCRIP
Is not only our most Important
duty, but It Is aliio work which
we like to do work In the ex
cellence of which We take pro
fenaiunal pride,- and to which we
give our unstinted endeavor.
Will you entrust your prescrip
tions to our care?
H. O. ROLFS,
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VrtiT'T t onfn
W ; ' TO ADMIRE
even If you come to criticize
our natty new suits. First you'll
admire the style in them. Then
you.'ll adutire the high grade
materials used in the tailoring.
Then you'll admire our moder
ation In prices. And if you or
der one you'll admire the tail
oring skill which makes the
suit retain all its shapes and
shapeliness until worn out by
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Avenue.
NICEST CREAM PUFFS,
SWEETEST CAKES '
and that lovely
It's a sin to swear, but the
man who has to eat poor bread
cannot be blamed for using the
profane vocabulary occasion
ally. Tho only preventative is
to buy your Bread and Bakery
.17 id Second Ave. Both phones.
I FANCY BAKERS.
The way to make the June
.bride happy is order your
Redding cakes and ice cream
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
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The ethical obligation and the
commercial value of being well
dressed is no longer a question
with thinking men. If it's mere
ly a question of what you can
"get along with," wear just ordin
ary clothes. If, however, you are
seeking to turn expense into in
vestment, wear clothes tailored
to fit you; your body and your
The added influence given your
personality by the clean cut,
stylish appearance of a well tail
ored suit 'will wipe out the ex
pense Item and leave a balance
on the other side.
J. B. ZIMMER&S0N
&h Building, 109 Eightenth SL
'.' "IVr. made UoOr ftthtt'l Oolha. "
Better Stir up Your Liver a Little!
Not too much, just a little, just enough to start the bile nicely.
One ot Ayer's Pilk at bedtime is all you need : These pills act
directly on the liver Made for the treatment of c mstipation,
biliousness, dyspepsia. side-headache Ask yom doctn if he knows
JLqgtter P'H for a sluggish liver
NEAL WORKING j
Miners from Dubuque Amass
But Two Hits Off Billy and
Are Shut Out.
TIMELY HITS OFF WEAKLEY
Bunching of llingles In Two Rounds
Gives islanders Pair of Earned
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Bloomington at Peoria.
Springfield at Decatur.
Billy Neal twirled another one of
his airtight games against the Miners
at Island City' park yesterday, the final
count being 2 to 0 in our favor. Only
in two innings was Dti'juque able to
get a man within scoring distance and
then after two were down. Xeal'j
team mates fielded perfectly behrfid him
and In order to set a good example he
accepted six chances himself, without
a bobble. Weakley opposed him and
pitched good ball and was well sup
ported but the Islanders bunched hits
in the first and sixth and won easily.
ItiTurr ltriiiKH Hint In.
In the first Murphy singled to cen
ter. Backoff making a pretty pickup.
Joe Berger. who by the way is clout
ing the ball in major league style, then
came up and instead of sacrificing.
laced out a beauty for two sacks lo
left center, scoring Murphy. Meloan,
Stark and Kelley were retired in order.
Vogel singled in the second after one
was down and Stark in the fourth, but
both died on the bases. Three hi's
counted up another run in the sixth
Joe was u again and this time he
sent one to the left field fence on a
line and pulled up at second. Meloan
sent him to third with a perfect sac
rifice and after McBride had fouled out
to Lerchen, Kelley sent him home with
a single to right. ' Tom Stark poled
another single, but Vogel was retired
from Weakley to Ix-rchen.
- Van TrlPH to Strnl Home.
In the meantime Neal was retiring
the Minors in one, two three order.
In the fourth Taylor managed to
squeeze in a single and Plasj sacrificed
him to second, where he died. Some
where in the archives of the .Three
live there is a record of Dow Vandine
stealing home and he came near pull
ing-it off again in the fifth. Van
opened the inning with the second and
last hit off Neal and Backoff sent him
down with a sacrifice to Stark. While
Ilauser was being thrown out by Ber
ger and Stark, Van took third, where
lit! held a consultation with himself
and decided to purloin the counting
station with Nunamaker at -the bat
and two strikes on him. Van took t
good lead as Neal wound up. but th?
ball broke nicely over tho plate and
it was up to Nunamaker to hit or be
called out on strikes. He decided on
the" former course and met the bail
just as Van reached the batters' box.
but it went straight to Billy and the
catcher was out at first. Dubuque
never bad a lookin after that. Score:
ROf K ISLAND. A.B R. II. P. A. E.
Murphy, cf 1 1 1 2 0 0
Berger, ss 3 1 2 1 3 0
Meloan, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
McBride. If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Kelley, ?.b 4 0 1 0 '3 0
Stark, lb 4 0 2 15 1 0
Vogel, 2b .3 0 1 2 5 0
Jacobson, c 3 0 0 4 0 0
Neal, p 3 0 0 1 5 0
! Total 31 2 7 27 17 0
DUBUQUE. A.B. R. H. P. A. E.
Taylor, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
Plass. 2b 4 0 0 3 3 0
Lerchen, lb 4 0 0 11 0 0
Darringer, rf 3 0 0 4 0 0
Vandine, 3b 2 0 1 0 1 0
Backoff, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Ilauser, ss 3 0 0 2 2 1
Nunamaker, c 3 0 0 3 2 0
Weakley, p ....3 0 0 0 5 0
Total 29 0 2 24 13 1
Rock Island 1 0000100 2
Dubuque 00000000 0 0
Two-base hits Berger, 2. Struck out
By Neal. 4; by Weakley, 3. Bases
on balls Off Neal. 1; off Weakley, 2.
Stolen bases Meloan, 2. Sacrifice hits
Meloan. McBride, Plass, Backoff.
Time 1 : 40. Umpire Hollingsworth.
Illnnie All on Steen.
Bloomington, 111., June 15. Steen's
bad inning at the start took all the
ginger out of the locals. The score:
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P. A. F.
Long, cf . . . . 0 0 1 0 0
Keenan. 3b 0 0 10 0
Cutshaw, 2b 1 13 1 t)
Melchoir, lb 0 2 8 1 0
Novacek. rf 0 0 0 1 f
Snyder, ss 0 0 2 4 1
tErwin. If 0 1 3 0 0
(Langdon, c 0 0 8 1 0
steen, p o o l c 1
1 4 27 14 2
R. H. P. A. E.
112 4 0
Then follow his advice
C. Aer Co.,
Bilts, rf 11200
Smith, ss .......... 1 0 2 2 1
Johnson, If, '. 1 3 4 0 0
Rowan, lb . 0 2 8 0 0
Cuthbert, cf.. 0 0 1 00
Higgins. c 0 1 '4 1 0
Edwards, 2b 0 1 3 1 0
Gilbert, p 0 0 12 0
Total 4 -9 27 10 1
TJloomington . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Peoria ,'. 3 00 010000 i
Stolen baser Netzel, Johnson. Two
"aase hits Melchoir, Johnson, Rowan.
Three base hits Melchoir, Rowan.
Struck out by Steen, ,C; by' Gilbert,
4 Bases on balls Off Steen, 3; off
Gilbert, 3. Umpire Clarke.
: RabhKa Full to Score.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June IS.
.?mith pitched steady all an I '"dar
'lapids was nnabl? tj solve i:is de
livery. The score:
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Collins If 0 2 2 0 0
Chase, 3b 0 0 1 3 0
Williams, 2b 0 0 1 3 0
P. Clemens, cf 0 0 1 0 0
Sailliard, lb 0 0 10 3 0
Caveney, rf 0 0 1 0 1
Kelly, c 0 0 9 0
W. Clemens, ss 0; 0 0 1 0
Engman, p 0 0 2 5 1
Total 0 2 27 15 2
DAVENPORT. aR. II. P. A. E.
McGrew, 2b 0 1 2 7 9
Nye, ss 0 0 1 0 0
Jacobson, rf .-. 0 0 1 0 0
Reitz. 3b 1 2 0 2 0
Ohland, cf 1 1 C 0 0
Hendrlckson, If 0 1 0 0 D
Shaffer, lb 2 , 0 10 0 0
E. Smith, c 0 2 7 0 0
M. Smith, p 0 0 0 2 0
Total ... 4 7 27 11 0
Davenport 00030 1 000 I
Cedar Rapids 000 0 00 0 0 00
Stolen base Shaffer. Two base hits
Reitz, E. Smith. Struck out By
Engman. 8; by Smith. 5. Bases on
balls Off Engman, 2; off Smith, 2.
Iloiitt Pennant and I.one.
Springfield, 111., June 13. A large
crowd saw the Three-Eye league cham
piens raise their 190S pennant and lose
to Decatur because of O.lson's clever
twirling. The score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf 0 1 0 0 0
Andrews, 3b 0 1 l 5 0
Bell, 2b 0 0 3 2 0
Dehner, lb 0 1 14 0 1
Burns, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Streeter, If 0 0 2 0 0
Blausser, ss 1 0 2 1 1
Donavan, c 0 0 4 0 0
Smith, c 0 0 1 1 0
Oaly, p 0 1 0 5 0
Total 1 5 27 14 2
R. H. P. A.L.
Ruby, If o 0 1 0 0
Jenkins, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Bark well. 3b i i 2 0
Foster, lb 1 0 8 0 0
Cote, cf l 1 5 0 0
Moore, 2b 0 0 3 2 0
Fisher, c 1 3 8 0 0
Purtell. ss 0 1 0 5 I
Olson, p 0 0 0 3 0
Total 3 7 27 12 1
Springfield 00001000 01
Decatur 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 003
Stolen bases Callah3n, Fisher,
Streeter, Barkwell. Two-base hits
Flr.her. Daly. Double play Purtell to
Moore to Foster. Struck out By Daly,
4; by Olson. 4. Bases on balls Of
Olson, 3." Wild pitch Daly. Hit bv
pitcher Dehner, Burns. Umpire, Burke.
One step nearer the top.
If Dubuque had as good a pitching
tarf as some of the other Three-Eye
'earns they would make it interesting.
One of the boys attending to the
score board fell off the top of the run
way during the game, alighting full
ength on the ground 19 Teet below.
He was momentarily stunned and
was carried to the club house, where
Weakley will probably not toss dp
an? more slow ones to Berger. lie
tried it yesterday and Joe waited till
it got where he wanted it and then
smeared it for two sacks down the
left foul line. Later he scored.
G0TCH RETAINS HIS TITLE
former Wrestling Champion of the
World Jenkins Proves Keasy.
Des Moines, Iowa. June 13. Be
fore. 7,000 fans, Champion Frank
Gotch of Humboldt, Iowa, last night
easily and decisively defeated Tom
Jenkins, formerly champion of the
world, in two straight falls at the
stock, pavilion, state fair grounds, in
Gotch won the first fall in 14.23
minutes with a reverse nelson and
the second with a crotch and half
nelson in 7.53 minutes.
Roantree and Aldrich to Bowl.
Charles Roantree and H. W. Aldrich
have arranged a bowling match for
this evening at the Harms alleys. A
purse of $50 is up to make the match
a little more interesting. The match
will consist of 10 games.
A Grand Family Medicine,
.t gives me pleasure to speak a
?ood word for Electric Bitters."
writes Frank Conlan ,of No. 43C
Houston street.. New York. "It's a
?rand family medicine for dyspepsia
and liver complications; while for
lame back and weak kidneys it can
not be too highly recommended."
Electric Bitters regulate the digestive
functions, purify the blood, and im
part renewed vigor and vitality to tue
weak and debilitated of both sexes
-fold under guarantee at all drug
gists. 5Q cents.. .
WILL BECOME LAW
Governor Deneen Signs Bill
Providing for Inheritance -Tax.
SHOULD YIELD $1,500,000
All the Old Exemptions Are Retained
in the Measure More' Pay for
Springfield, 111., June 15. Senator
Gardner's inheritance tax bill, which
is expected to bring the state of 1111
nois $1,500,000 within the next year,
was signed yesterday by Governor
Deneen. Of this amount a full million
is expected from estates such as those
left by the late Marshall Field and
Otto C. Young, the hew measure pro
viding for the taxation of what are
known as contingent remainders.
The new bill increases the rate tav
able against direct heirs on all inherl
tances of over $100,000 from 1 per cent
to 2 per cent on the amount received
It also Increases the rate on collateral
on all inheritances over $20,000 from
1 per cent to 4 per cent.
Old Exemption Retained.
The exemptions in the old law of
$2,000 to collaterals and $20,000 to di
rect heirs is retained. Where the ben
eficial interest passes to the father,
mother, husband, wife, child, brother.
sister, wife or widow of the son th j
tax shall be $3 on every $100 of mar
ket value when the amount exceeds
$100,000 and $1 on each $100 when it
is between $100,000 and $20,000
Where the beneficial interest passes
to any uncle, aunt, niece or nephew or
their lineal descendents the tax Is
made $4 on each $100 market value oi
over $20,000 and $2 on every $100 of
market value under $20,000.
In all other cases the rate Is as foi
lows: Estates of $10,000 and less $3
per $100 valuation; from $10,000 'o
$20,000, $4 per $100 valuation; from
$20,000 to $50,000. $5 per $100 valua
tion; from $50,000 to $100,000, $G per
$100 valuation. All over $100,000, $100
per $100 valuation.
For State Cbarltlea,
, The two bills which carry the appro
priations for the ordinary and the spe
cial purposes of the state charitable
institutions were signed by Governor
Deneen. For special purposes for the
two years there is appropriated $1,154,
315. For ordinary purposes for the first
year the charitable institutions get
$2,3C2.5liO, and for the second year
(In the appropriations for the state
charitable institutions the Illinois
Western hospital at - Watextown
given $39,000 for special purposes for
the next two years and $175,000 for or
dinary expenses.) ;t. 1
The governor also signed house bill
115 appropriating $325,000 per annum
for the payment of salaries and ordl
nary expenses at the University of
Illinois, and carrying annual addition-!
appropriations for s)ecific purposes in
the sum of $232,850 and house bill 12S
appropriating $250,000 - for the con
struction of a new university hall at
University of Illinois. This Is the bill
to which the enrolling and engrossing
clerks added $150.00 for another new
building, which was not passed by the
general assembly. Governor Deneen
permitted the bill to be rewritten cor
rect lug the error.
Other II ill Are Signed.
Among other bills signed by the gov
House COO provides that municipal
corporations nay borrow money and
issue bonds tl erefor, but shall not be
come indebte l for any purpose to ex
ceed 3 per cent of the taxable prop
House 297, by Durfee, makes a num
ber of changes In the fees of the
county clerks in counties of the first
and second class.
House 92, by Plerson, provides that
TO AILING WOMEN. .
Little Sound Advice Will Help
.Many a Sufferer in Hock Island.
No woman can be healthy and well
If the kidneys are sick. Poisons that
pass off in the secretions when the
kidneys are well, are retained in the
body when the kidneys are sick. Kid
leys and bladder become inflamed
?wollen and worse troubles quickly
follow. This is often the. true cause
of bearing down pains, lameness,
backache, sideache, etc. Uric poison
ing also causes headaches, dizzy
spells, languor, nervousness and
When suffering so, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, a remedy that cures sick
kidneys. Yoy will get better as the
kidneys get better, and health will
return when the kidneys are well
Let a Rock Island woman tell you
about Doan s Kidneys Pills.
Mrs. A. W. Boughton, Sears, III
says: '! was in poor health for some
time and I now believe that all my
trouble was caused by weak kidneys
My "back ached a great deal and
there were dull, bearing-down pains
across my loins, I also had dizzy
spells and headaches. - oan's Kid
ney Pills were highly recommended
and deciding to try them, I obtained
a box at the Harper House phar
nacy. They completely removed the
backache and I am now well. Doan's
'Sidney Pills deserve the entire credit
for my cure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
'.ents. Foster-Milburn Company, Buf
"alo. N. Y.r sole agents for the United
Remember , the name Doan's
and take no other. ..
whenever the grantee of a tax has not
jossessian ci theaod and has not In-
tltuted proceedings- for possession
.vlthln a-ear after the date of the flr3t
tax deefl and' whenever the lawful
jwner. tenders him ,th.e amount he na3
xpended, together with all lawful fees
tnd 5 per cent interest, the holder of
he tax title shall reconvey it or be
ub ject to a fine" hot exceeding $200.
Senate 442. by Potter, amends the
ure. food act by providing that con
densed and evaporated milk shall con-
ain not less than 28 per cent of milk
solids and not less than 7.7 per cent
)f milk fat.
Houee CS8. educational commission,
Ixing a scale of salaries .for county
superintendents of schools as follows:
Counties of 12.000 population, $1,250
oer annum; 20,000 population, $1,500;
28,000 population, $1,800; 36,000 popu-
latioi, $2,000; 50,000 population $2,250;
75,000 population, $2,700; 100,000 pop
RECORD OF LEAGUES
Springfield ..23. 9
Rock Island 25 12
Davenport '. . . .20 - 10
Peoria .....17 15
Decatur 18 1C
Bloomington 13 22
Dubuque ... 13 25
Cedar Rapids 11 25
Pittsburg 33 12
Licago 31 18
Cincinnati 27 23
New York 23 20
Philadelphia 21 23
St. Louis .19 30
Brooklyn 17 28
Boston .13 31
Detroit ........30 1C
Philadelphia 25 19
New York 23 19
Boston ..24 22
Cleveland 22 22
hicago ;.,... .19 23
St. Louis ,18 26
Washington 17 28
Indianapolis 31 24
Milwaukee 31 24
Louisville 29 27
Columbus .30 28
Minneapolis 27 28
Toledo 23 29
Kansas City 23 30
St. Paul ...19 30
HF.Sri.TS YESTEItDAV. '
Rock Island, 2; Dubuque, 0.
Bloomington, 1; Peoria, 4.
Cedar Rapids, 0; Davenport, 4.
. Springfield, 1; Decatur, 3.
NATIONAL LEAGUE, '
Pittsburg, 7; Brooklyn, 5. -
Cincinnati, 1; New York, 2.
St. Louis, 1; Philadelphia. 7.
Chicago - Boston, postponed, cold
New York, 7; Chicago, 5.
Washington, 0; Detroit, 1 (five In
Philadelphia, G; St. Louis, II.
" Boston, 1; Cleveland, 3.
Columbus, 6; Kansas City, 7.
Toledo, 7; Minneapolis, 2.
Indianapolis, 5; St. Paul, 2.
Louisville, 2; Mflwsukee, 3.
Wichita, 1; Denver, 0.
Omaha, 4 ; Sioux City, 3.
Lincoln, 7; Des Moines, I.
Topeka, 9; Pueblo, 0 (forfeited by
refusal of Pueblo team to play).
Fort Wayne, 3; Wheeling. 7.
South Bend, 4; Terre Haute, 1.
Dayton, 1; Evansville, 11.
Grand Rapids, 11; ZanesvIIle, 0.
Quiney, C; Jacksonville, 3.
Ottumwa, -; Kewanee. 2.
No other games scheduled.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that .there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages,
and that is catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease,
requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the. foundation of
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer $100 for any case that it falls
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
- Toledo, Ohio.
Sold hy all druggists. 75 cents.
I's Family Pills for con-
Born in Iowa.
Our family were all born and raised
in Iowa, and have used Chamberlains'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
(made at Des Moines) for years. We
know how good It Is from long exper
ience in the use of it. In fact, hen
in El Paso, Texas, the writer's life Was
saved by the prompt use of this rem
edy. We are now engaged in the mer.
cantile business at Narcoosee. Fla..and
I have Intrndiifprl tho romaA- '(
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has proven very successful and is con
stantly growing In favor. Ennis Bros.
This remedy is for sale by all drug-
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IH THE ASCOT RACES
Countess Granard, Formerly Beatrice
.; Mills of New York, Gets Tlace
' la Procession. , .
Ascot, June 15. The royal Ascot
face meeting opened today most aus
piciously. A unique feature Was the
participation of Countess Granard,
formerly Miss Beatrice Mills of New
York in the rqyal procession from
Windsor castle. to the Ascot course,
she being the first American woman
to be shown this distinction. Many
American horses are entered in the
Various events during the week.
- The principal raci day, the Ascot
stakes, handicap for '20 sovereigns,
with 2,000 sovereigns added distance
two miles was won by Rush Cutter,
Laughing Mirror, second. Fifteen
horses started but there were no
LINE '0 DOPE
F.ussell, the infant phenora, has bren
dvopped by Davenport.
Tomorrow we go to Cedar Rapids for
three and then to Dubuque for two.
The Islanders will be home again Mon
Jay for a long stay.
. Stockton of the California league has
traded Rusty Owens and Tom Hackett,
another former Three-Eye leaguer, o
San Francisco. Hackett is to become
Joe Scott has signed a contract with
Freeport, becoming one of the all-new
staff that the desperate management
of the Wisconsin-Illinois league town
is investing in.
President M II. Sexton of the Three
Eye league, who attended the hoisting
of the pennant at Springfield yester
day, is making an official visit at Peo
ria today. : r-T
:They tell a story of Manager Shaffer
of! Davenport to the effect that once in
the Virginia league he was presented
with a box that looked like It contain
ed roses. .-.When -he opened it he found
Pitcher Carl Xundgren; the former
Cub pitcher, has been suspended by
Toronto till be gets into condition. He
hasn't talum much interest in baseball
since he ceased to be a member of
the world's champions.
Fred Beck, the Bloomington boy who
.is with the Boston Nationals, paid a
visit to his old home the other day. He
has been suffering from illness and a
batting slump but still thinks his job
Pitcher Will Torrey, who is the law
ful property of Springfield, held th:?
Cuban Giants o a n3 hit shutoui at
Chicago yesterday. Torrey was pitch
ing for the Logan Squares. The Cub
ans prior to the. game had won 27
Pitcher Percy Wilder comes back to
the Three-Eye league. He will come
on from Aberdeen, where he has been
playing this season, at once. Wilder
did not show up very well with Clar
ence Rowland's bunch, but thinks he
will do better when he has Mississippi
river water to drink.
At the Airdome. A good sized audi
ence greeted the Jack Bessey company
at the Airdome last night. The play
was ""A Human Slave," a four-act melo
drama. Jack had the part of Richard
Atherton, a young engineer, and played
It with his usual force and finesse.
Miss Evylyn DeFolliart, Miss Jessie
Egan, "Miss Dorothy Gray, James Mor
gan, Eddie Black, George Joiner. Ed
ward , Silvers, Ira .Herring and Don
The increase of our business has made it necessary for
us to remove to larger and more modern quarters, and after
this date we will be located in
Boom 403 Best Building
(over Young & McCombs new store), where we will be es
pecially pleased to see all our old friends and patrons.
Should you have any occasion, now or in futureto need
our services, we will be very glad to accommodate you, and
can assure you. as always, of a fair, square deal from first
Customers now on our books should note this change in
our address and make payments at our new location."
Thanking you. for past favors and Inviting you to call
and see our new offices, whether in need of money or not, we
remain. Yours very truly.
Room 403 Best Building:
Old Phone, West
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WE ARE THE LEADERS
MacMillan rendered Mr. Bessey excel
If you would enjoy tomorrow, ' take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets tonight. They produce an agree
able laxative effect, clear the .bead
and cleanse the stomach. Price, 25
cents. Samples free at all druggists.
No Need of Suffering from Rheuma
tism. It Is a mistake to allow anyone o
suffer from rheumatism as Uie pain
can always be relieved, and in most
cases a cure effected by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. The reltef
from pain which it affords is alona
worth many times Its cost. It makes
sleep and rest possible. Even m cases
of long standing this liniment should
be used on account of the relief which
it affords. Do not be discouraged un
til you have given it a trial. For sale
by all druggists. . -f.
THERE IS A TREAT
In store for any sickly man or woman
who will start taking Hostetter'e
Stomach Hitters at once. It will tone
and strengthen your weak and run
down system and in every way prove
helpful. Therefore, be persuaded to
get a bottle of
today and make a good start on the
road to health. It is for Flatulency,
Heartburn, Vomiting, Indigestion,
Dyspeitsio, t'ostiveness ami Liver
Troubles. , .
On Real Estate Security.
IiUDOLPH & KKYNOLD.S
Mitchell & Lynde Building
Nineteenth St.. South of Har
Meet Me at the'
1,000 Scats 10c
A Few Reserved at 20e.
314, Xew Phone 6011.