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I"h th ;ti. th.-l aryT imntf 4 !m Ry r 'ip of Fijp b taken ; it it pksaaaat ami reffshirHr; toth taste. inl art Ently yet lr.mptlv nn th. Ki.lnrya, vr ami Itnwrla, cUirif-. thf ay, tern rffwtnally, i, -.. I ..,, bead aches m-1 fevi r an.) run..- h-.hitnsl aoostirnttion. Syrup of Fir i- tho ealy remedy of it kin ever pro du' ixl. pleading to the taste and ac ceptable tn tha stomach, pTvwr.pt in iU aetion and truly le-nefu i I in it effects, prepared "tily from the-moat healthy ami a-Tve eantr sunt vnce, its manycxrwllent epralitie mrnmrnd it to ail anil have made it the moat popular remedy known. tynip of Fijr in for rile in 50 eent twttlea by all leading drug gut. Any reliable dmtrgi.it who m not have it on hand will pro ear it promptly for any one who wifthoa to try it. rnt ac ptany ulMtitnte. CALIFORNIA FIB SYF.UP CO. amtvui. a. mm rear, it. Treating Your Friends Coldly (SN" r always a food plan. hnl treating them to am of KRF.LLA MATH S P'.r;.'4 Bad delicious ICF CRFAM or FRUIT ICF. At Your Party or Reception ! at all tlmaa wall aad gratefully received. Try a ' 'I'mrt briek for yonr aaxt llanar or tea aad tea kow well yoar rompaay will be pleeaetl. Ton reeaot taree aay lesvrt that will take aa well aa lea Cream, especial ly if it from KRELL S MATH itm m W serve lee Crtam aal rait wee In our I'arl r at ny time. alo Hut Coffee, lea or Chocolate. Bring your fr leads la and treat them. Children's Shoes lid you know that we arc the Head quarters for Chil dren's Shoes' tPRHG SKCE3. Ws. our Spring Shoes? are now in; call and see them. All widths from A to EE. DOLLY BROS. Tka Ittrfala (Mvera 07 aou St Rock Island TH K ABgUB, THUr8DAY, MAitCH 17, 1898, BRIEFS ABOUT BASEBALL. lALDERHAJWC ASP RANT?. MISS BRUNER THE VICTOR.! OTHER FELLOWS' SCHEME Maml Mawfjam The Km-!: I. land lit-hall assocla- tloa ha r-iv. id contracts' P frcm sevei; of tie p.,trs who areltimlew yenerday afternoon. Here M-Tn ln, l...n- .-n r.U lp . .. rltlo i In 1h- S, Whtr '! llF'r nl TtrT-T-. !.:. Nteh. l t Nla atoff Hroncbt. The raamklteaaa held their wardj The jnry m the ease of John W . " ' "n'ljr pricisrv elec-1 Siinelofl find o:hr.i wihttt ltl rMx.ktd frr atrvi iu iu .teal team the rofciar eeaeoa. They aro from Lkirlcs kliti aala, c.tehtr. Ctic?o; J'Stmu. rtkt G !. Jtektonsille; J Wrhi. i.ti a-J. Milwaukee; William Dikcr. catohr. Totonu, Canada, aad BM A. jn. pstcLer. Adtnc a ney wm f .rwardei yei. terday to George K. Uabt'.t. whi la tTB to bold dewo the short laid, ilis home is la Tac x W. ;0 rote acd siid kv enl1 save the T.aacanent here ah ut f .'i in rail, r -ml fr if ho w. u..l cum oo now. asd tsk ad.nntagr 1 the reduced ' With thi t 'r-r tc.n who plated la ftcfcfort last ;aon thn il team la n-. aomalatmt. Tka player will report at QhMfaJfi April Tkoy hare a twi.woeks' rn ifsg'maeit there with th unicrlty rleo. and will e?mo home the 16th and mm the i' .,r. Um In two game. (wrgc Icowa, pit' aay, acd Jtmcs Driseoll, rfnd bvu-nien, hbtu bttu signed by Huhuqne. Utjm cUims lo have Warren Berkwith. Ko'eit T. Mocln's son-in-law. tgr(... n .twiihe'.nndin' tho report pawl ont from Dulit-rj jo that tka elob there bad him rirched. The Ik Moims b&li '.i-nm will go to 'Jilney. Kri. . the owntr. having ttrelihnhc l.i tinaliy c included to Bake tho rraogc. The players i l teo;t in (J ilncy k. ut April 1. Sur4l In 0v it . Mrs. At.u For'jth". tov) hus band ha-. . rn ml.':T from tho M rmn I. !-. ( .!.' ., fin", i n -1 Wtdneily. r. hKn d a letter from him yetterday. h;h was m uld at Davaamarti reameatlaf tht money with whl' h h return to Ci ics-o he ent him. Tues?nv s teigrnm pur porting to Irf. from KireythH uu re. caisrd by hi j wi.V from l'avonport. asking her la "levsnh f.Vi ht once. thinking that 111' rii-4a: might it . the wrrk m n iu'p o -. Mcf. Knr- ythcs'nt no mon-'j. Tne let-.cr. aowavar. is la toe handwriting 'if the misirj man. 1 he faot tha. Kjr 4jthr hi.: f", .i with him at the time .I his ili-ft.( ..arancn from UM holal i ni r 'd ' 'it rjon u 'c iu tit th'j iwaMsta f r tan' s, i he Parajlbas n.nrl d rsrrntiT.n . li k nMb MlaOsbkoab 1 1. are i t aldennasic candidate: n rirt Want I. V. ..:, .. T:...-J Ward Iurtb Want Mn Waal Suth Want neeeadi ward.... I M. Oaabsr sy. Ht Hi' No- Candtdatn t the neaeajlaaa eabaaae. Aid. Valentine Danbat wishes it uncerstend that he is still a demo eXeN wv v. m . RISK WK TIM u. a. j n:..- x tart Mibelle Hrucer to break the will of i crat, and that tho placinj? of hia the late Nicholas K SllDgloff ended ' name before tho Fourth ward rennb. veiterdsy at Bennington ia the lican primary for tho aldermanie Xi Ml A I TCD DAIED t. law tindinf; for the defendant. -J1UKA.AMTOV.S Mr. Siin rirff. rho was aged HG. ....v. illiam KENNEDY ajajao Rav. trank Gruuer. afor- mc- laanaat of this eiu:.ty, hut who nw lives in Chicago. A few mouths bjtj .'ir. a.nion ..iea. riiss ornner I wan with him a cre- t deal durin" kla lai day p. er.U tho sci: wsf baaed jii iud iei-.-ri...ja i! ewe ut.ouiv! I . . . ... w ii.iiaincea mm '.o bobu tao propirv ner. to The property involved i. valued r.t ItO.OM. INJURED BY THl CARS nekaaean .it Kii.ti-r. af t. BMUaaees. Ilm n H rlna. A'-cto-t. Brhkeinsn Victor L klcKibbaa, of the Chicago, Baxliofijton & (jjiucv re.ilway, w .scaugas between two car- .vhiio -witching in the Molina yards nta mu n.-rn ng, nnc nnooaly I elaotkmu injure . iir. meuoMB, who raaidea .... ACMH9 H NELSOX M. V. Coactnnoa, who r-.-oentiy II Ipawd j the republican side of the fti-e. aftt-r tan.'ig been elected to ih. c mot i! by the demorra's t-vjye&rj apo f.-on. t he First ward, found tuat ho did n : have t-uch a large, leaf drsg amr.ng hi new party fnei d aa he tficught ho had, and the result a L as laraad down in hii aidor mni. hxpiratioae. Ba waa drfaamd by Frank Westbay, 72 to Hi. Jiien: w. re two dt legate tiokeu, the oco favoring C H McK wn for e.:iect-ir b;og alealad, K3 to 47: Edward JUuhr, J hn Arkorr.---, Vt illiim Wii kins, K Oturman. .1 K Beanaaa, Kre.i Bkaaal, a. Uadatroaa. A toiph Carlton, W. J. dihagen. V. B. Mc Rawn, Herman rtrfrtltaatat. Dvid Shut p. John KollcfT. "lloney" Jnhcson wai rcnomi. aaaai in iba Baaaad. He hud n: op- pition He was the thoic-. of the pre'.imintry i-aaeus. wh-ci wis held du-wn ther. some fev ataalega no, when a lis: of delegates vta a:so Hlaeted U Vole t u ut the prinisrj-. But the un.on labor men did not like UM make up of the tleleation, a.jd put up n t.unch cf ti.eir owa. The laSor delegare wore elected 8 ) to 71 . Thayer : R.H.NeUoa.8 M anor, ML Scu'er, A. W. Johnson, W. Swallow, U. Ralae. Thomaa Cox. H. Krm. back A. Lladbloaa, ,J. llunge, A. t).. awM. A. Tabor, J. !'. it?., a Lam- '-rt. II. BLtris and J. Qatawaller.l Woodmen Moiu L-.uts Kokharr, Jr. war chosaa Head Consul w. A. Morthoott re ward committ.i:!.ian. I turned bomo t; QnenviUe las; night I rank A. Andrews and Al Roaeial "C.n. C A. Atkinson, itssista.il at - - ' , : ) , . " . 1 . . , ... . .. ii H4 nwiwiwi !j tnu intra, i KTBvsi oi we uoiteo .'!ic3 mtj .'-rnier won our Df a v. ti- of JOG who is re;iresontin'r tue go v.jrnment. to 10. W. H. C!i. ; Mdp' on S. I in H'-i.ct pia canal condemnation nau, aapatj eciiiT and biiin:, tad I proaaodlngrs, esme doA-u fromSter the mam tq.io. z: ,n t ie Iloek I. land llln last B'Rht to piv a short vUi'L to ll.k ...! . I .1. j . . . T ... in i tun: i.;crey, were tae ppon-lk';,, turcciora oi ine vi oouiuvn, ol eots lor vard rommitteeman. (which order In is a pr.mirert. m--m-:ph.c fOt eeead moaey, Clino de-1 ucr- Mr- Atkinson's fa w i- in Un f '.in ' htm by a boom ot 8 ) to 61. 1 coin. Nun., ard ho is (tn intimate HcKown delegates were eh )-en w th- i Wand of 1) rector A. li Tatbst, who fut - pp..si!v;n: Joba O. Kreed, p. J alao lleea thara. R Schro-.dcr, John Hammerstrom, j Mrs. B. 15 Watt, ol Omaha, su K. !1. 6t 'jr.rtttj'i. Aarn And. srnnn. ! prciae oracle, 'ind "-.. tVinoie b'lidd- primarv nomination yesterday afternoon was dene without his knowledge or con nect. He says ho is cot trotticg in that sort cf compnv. "Xhe tirst I keew'that ray name . - . . was being used, was when a friensl e?.me to me." said Aid. Dauber to an A kg its representative. I took it as a joke at tirst, but when I found out to my own satisfaction that tickets with my flaaii c n were b"ing handed cut. I began to thiak it was a serious matter, as it might load some of niv prty friends to believo that I had been I party to snch a deal. But 1 am c: lire. y innocent. I know nothing about who had the tickets printed, Of who started the boom for me. I I am a deraoorat and a good true one. j t o, and my party friends can de- pend on it that I will have my coat wuring ior tne election oi every on the tioket at tho c-imimr far supporting Oeorpc W. Aster for alderman with the same in t V. ; n . . . I r ., ... u., ii iiiwiier oi tr.e nsrnettiia IK, !, ju ---- - irweemaBna su.ib lit. liv;n iUI .'IW, crew, end waht all my friends to do the SilUlfe." moonlight" freight train wlch runs from here to l);.r,rork The train was comipj' this way whea the aooid'Bt oooarrad. Mr. au k l- ren was riding on the sloe oi o W. Bia body lalliag to clear a car staad ing on a side track he was crushed between them. Ho was taken to St. Anthony's hos pi Dr. J. OaSUaa, the attend iig pliysioian. ssys two bones of Mr MeKibben'a left 'forearm are frae- One of tho republican leaders says the plaeiBg of Aid. Daabar'a name in the field wm a Bsbema conceived by a number of the Fourth ward re publicans fcr the pnrpoea of forcing out n party carilii-'ate, as no one emoitg the fp.ithfol bad consented to enter the race up to 2 o'clock, whea I). K Koftaker. rather than C n 1 ! 1 ! . ,,T ..I .11 . . . . I to red. nd ho i- hi.rf it.ra.II. l,f . , J uwu -T - LI7 UBUBJ now arJoaaiy eiunot yei be dtiT mined. me a candidate. So scheme bad the deaind effect. the for salt I. n- I i . -,. .i.aiio. Laa. Immi Ir. r.rt aathw.tr on akai rai ft. . in, n : i-r ,1 ft n tral I rt:r. ' - . .. .,.m;.' i 'f tea la IkaBjaj niia'ae), awmw4 Ml bW t'onw Itl -to iK 4x.li i r th" Itr lat m in taA a nim ml . rt.iar-ni- iik.. mm ash- ir at inm:nii . r in in mr I ,JI p. i'i-rv witn u i. - .- . .ir.t i ' at i . . .. ,.,;. r' m j.m-t laamhe -At Inei aao'hrr. X alaewbere l he fact, however, that ir . r. ,. .. i . n. urcornn, i. r. tiemi-owav, Harry Petta, S. R Wright, W. L UMelahi J in Kir.- .. H. Lewj, 9 ree Raker, RTUUaw tiali. La the Fourth ward David B Rofta. kai Boaainated with ut oppr.-i. iioii. re eving t vciei . 1 U,t . DaubeT, whoa.: name s ia 1 od be. i BOB. er. la- tu . .) L .. ., j. . r I ai.ib . t aa rat 4t, t r ii.ii a i Wale or od'nir. hat ;t hM h-' i ntr nfr f f a r'r aVI atatj thatlh- .-! BdUMl rrrr.-n'lv 1 aaeWi at (j varoa raraw .f n-.lirl U II wtaft etw4ca lk .. tnrri aataehi MMlM'f k'IW xtl t thrlr tpi-r btt'.oa itnuitaatfi'lo-i, hat laaaLin.J for rh-aaa fa.htayal !.-r : ae'. 4aea aast aOBaahaalaa, It Upmri kaW tea-1 tr aa4 Stop, a i a WaM li-t-1 i f t ura ixt Kk- Baaaf nt i Re nr- toe baka into your hoca AiUn's v..vt-i:i. apo.',.r tor the feel. .1 Vnj,- j .ur !e t e l and comfortable, prt-rrnta rweatiog feet, and makes tnr odi:raacs ten-fold frcetar. titer lu) t si wheel j bo people ar ujlnj Alien's fonl Raan lhy all pralae it. Ladies, inalst un karing it It give rest and comfort aad praveLta smarting, hot. aw.ilen, aehit.g ftei. At ail druggi.'. and bnc res .Scents Sample free by rovtl. Address. Alien S Olm-t- 1. UU y. N. T. olreona, taprema recorder, of Hoyal Neighbors, are h&rn tc'.ir attending a meeting t.f the benefi. Cisry board, wuicii is c.ouip.-scd ol M-ij. C. W. Ilawes, J. G. Johnaoa and J. .''. White. The direokors decided the oonteat between R kford oamn o. bl jan i K-.nsaa City ramp NV '2,002, over tho oa aucr tvlu a i a v.-.'.;, : .r.-.:.. illy to i the camp haeing the lareatt B rahlp !. 81 , o! ea:h yar. Tr j banner was Iran to trc lv tns Chv eeajp, winch afaowed l i.ij mer. hers to 1.117 for the ickford amp. which baa held the il rr for the pist two yra-a Kacll. .'. Arulrn SIre. Tho bust salve in the world cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers. rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corn and all skin eruptions, and positively euros plica, or no pay required. It ia guaran- teed to gfea perfeet satisfaction or money refunded. Trice i5 cents per j tex. For sa c by Ham & Ulle- :aoyer. Tr.a Collector a Notice. The taxes for 1M7 aro now due and payable at the oliica of county superintendent of schools, court bouse, bat door Bear eorth entrance. and enp- Towaehip Collectcr. ! Brine last year's tax receipts j avoid delay in eearching for (ictc 'ris. ';' t n ar on it u I the Woodmen buiidine. is in town boilding on iratlon will N.,tH) i . eu.trt Ihaaaasaaa, The Dai ted Statea c:reuit courl ol p all nir. hai.dcd down an epiatoa c irming the court below in find log for the defendant! in the f 100, 000 rait ot Martin Rlsgmai agaioat tha Molina, ..;.: hum soddarc! c m- paay. K-.Tgrnitn. in 1862, inugh out uioiino, Milbara Sio.idar.l o ra- Arn. '"t Brome r ry cures h '. ehrs, 10. li and 50 onta. Reiss' Urn at aaj MADE MCA MAN A.JAX TABLETS -i .!.. t r IT .K I . Mm ":';-;- J ,;;. ' 1h an n,l rl i t" .: ?!:;) n -1 . , ..i r i j ani lb pny at Oaiaha. and cr-atoiidntcd it with his other boainesa. He olaimed that alter Le had made tha Dare found that the 1 ISO debts '.f the to bo p-ac'.ii-ally ' h I i. ' ; 'it rattn-4 . V liim mn) . u uniifiuai f',fp f1 n . or trf ,' to AJAX REMKDV CO.'. ? Wo' aa 'i - l-'aal m Jobs Baatria 4rt r . arc,-. . aawr f aaiir Or rmr Hom4 . . BBM li faaM. Reldy Bros. Peal Estate, InMiraiKc uiid Loir.i tr-em 4 MiteheL A LyaL " lapt.tt lvOJ. b.g iifiet o.-arir;- ti'sn:.::.1 were rrmted t ite i'cion r fflce, cause 1 'ni2 to ibiok that Lis candHac, was boti'i i e, : oid tl o ins'i.n-e s iv.'d to give CaudidV.O N .ttsker rja;t- a 'i..t,, r t ing the laorauioa th t Daub r was not rati1-!!, d in bec.tTT him Ht Iha n.."!a .or rears ago, but wae i i- radlaa' his partv to beat hiui at h -' "e SflV3 l)l own caocas. Frtnk Brough was be PU3hcd aha td aa rapidly as pos ekratad ward Bommineemaa. These Wo. d-..v-atjs, wh i ute f .r M.-Xoa n, wero I l ovr n U y.!-ra iford ticket, 7J to Mi J. T. NoltHker. William Amison. Dr. Saia. C harles Willia, '. W. Stewart, a H Wirt, Fred W. Btaefc, 1'hn Miller, (ieorge K. Bailey, Sam Armlt. Frauk BtfUa. John In gram. Cnarlta Spencer. A. H. Head. i orge Schni idr wr.s alone in tao Fifth ward raoe. and nf ooar e ho - ee.v . d the nemmation. H A. Weld a- 1 !'. II. I, wei o -.I.e. w i. o-ioi-mitteemaa. We.d won U :o 15. Me ho'.n delegates ware th sen without oppoeltioh: Frank Bobinon, L. Kini. Charles Oswald. D. J Browa, i'r. Hollowburh. Frank Ciliiaa, Sam U i s. 11 A. Weld, M. V. Areher. Charles Jenen. B. F. Kncx. M. C 1 line and William Stewart. la the Sixth ward William Ken- aeay had a wath-awiy. Hooae else w.,iitid to run for tho job, so he waj nominated unanimously. J. B Mve-r-ei was i fieri wi.rd e- Btnut teeman. The delegates, who are for Lteyd, are: William Knhneinan, W. H. hebiilinger. J. B Schoessol. W. BUdel. B. Horn. L. Frir.. k, A. lan- ner, I homas Dolly. J.hn Mai r. Charles Krabbenhovft. Eli Rush. i rank Friestedt, (iorrge Rwhola. A. K. Nelson wa? renominated in the S -tenth, receiving 115 votes to 67 f r r rank Mauekrr. J. tiimble was rhneeu ward commitfeman. Tne dclegn'e aro for Readfrd Thev arc: V. o. Peteraoa. C. A. Lofarea. K. F. tiod're'-. (ieorge Areher. ft. M Siaaet, W . Son:. Olo.T Atkinson. Henry Bmpke, A. Fetcrsoa. Prank Helsoa, A. R. llineke. Ji hn Leaf, R H. Barry, L A. Baatberaj, dames MaBride, T. B Goddard.d. A Raith- cl. K'ank Tornholm. H H. Uoiiand Uaa j Kuora-y. Mv M.od wrs impu;e. both broke out and 1 had ; aat titel f ling. In short, I was r.ii run dowa ani did not have taj cre-cy. After t king a lew i.ltlo.i cl II ad's Sar.- iparil.a I felt much batter and I recommend tall rae-di.-iue for purifying the Mood and building the system " Jtmej Bea dcrs'jn, 11 cdvi , lliiucis. Hnod'a Fills are eisy to tak. av to operate. Core indigestion, beeo B'he. Women love a ciear. h-ahby r-ra ajtsjaa. Pure M.o.1 mekca it. Bor-d-ck Itlrol Br.ttr makes pore baOCd Sold by Marh'l! & Fiiier ho trm, rcp-eseiit"d nothing, amounted r 190,000. He however, continued in the conduct of the business. The court below, and the court of appeal! now, hold that Kingman thoald have demanded a cancellation of the deV. at tho time of the discovery of the indebtedness in order to have a right to damage. &OMthl!.g llnow. T: may be worth something K knov.- that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous sys tiu 'o a healthy vigor is Rleotrtc iU'.tcrs. This BBedicine is purely rentable, acts by giving tone to the u rvc center, in the stomach, gently stiranlates tho Liver and Kidneys, Bed ni.ts these organs in throwing oil ir..nuiities in the blood. K'.tctr.c Bitten improvca the appctiti!, ai 's Uaatiemj ami is proaoaaced bv thjoae who have tried it a.- the ve.-y best Blood puritier or,d nerve tonic. Fry it. Sold for 5'J cent? or tl pet bottle at Hartam Ulkmever's draj s.ora r.irr tne BhaMeaai a I'rlsV Calll I Qraia-0 It is r. delicious, ap petising, BoariahtBt food drink to take toe pi -cm oi oofee. Soli by r.:l .: rrs a-d liked by all who Lave need it kfiet naa when prnpsriy pre pa-ed it tatea llko the riaust coffee, hut is tree f'oru all its injurious prop erties tirain-0 aids digestion a::i strength! aa the nerves, it is not a stimulant, bat a health builder, ar.d ebiltireo, a we 1 as adults, can drink it wtih great benefit. Costs about o-.e-f ourta as much as coffee. 15 ar.d See. ;ious. Ueaeaea i.j wo. Thonuis Johnston lalaa Beaate Morrison lames I.. Ledford Elta at. ..rlle . Ken nedSa , UeieoMbj ...liun Hag Itura: Tr. beta CVtieIi Or. Boll's Pine-Tar-Hjcey cuts the mucus, bealh the laageand bronchii.1 tubes ejalckly. Cares grip cough in ono nigh:. 26 c els, do euro no f .y, la the way grod droggtata sell it. Get tho genuine. Ouing Deara II II. People fullering from kidney dis eases fool a gradual beteteadv loss oi strength and vitality. Tbi lose uo time in Irving Y ill ney cure, a naranteed preparation. Per sale by T. H. Thnmss. Ebonli I Kid is"sr wvwwwr va 4 -THE- Aimu.id Nugots ARE tho leadera 'or fine " frcih Candies and Bickory Nat are wood erf al taker-;. Tat lies u!;d N'ut Cand y's fresh every morning. ()ur Cera melb are perfect, and tbos-e delieaboa Popcorn Fritters lead them all. i Se 4 i i Italian Creams Will sun ly unit 3011. and ourelegaar bill of Cream and Chocolateth are the best in the three cities. Try a I T, Ice Cream Scaa NSCMNI KltOM TDK While Pa-sci of Sw&8ts Ttlephcce 2 on 134o. Itehiatn M the skin, horii'de plague. Meat everybody afflctei in one way cr another" Only one aaie, heear failing core D:sn"s (Lr.tment. At any drug tore b'j cents. Sold by Marsha"! 4 Fiehar. CASTOKIA. REMOVAL fJET THE BEST ! tiit - 1 Mumbiajf, Heatitag, Gas Hiting, Sewer Pipe. All Wr rk Guaranteed- !, u j tt 09 aeiawaj I ley THIRD AVENUE t 1ESKFAST COCOA f:1 .1 .1 " Has :trc.'. the test of more t'.i4n :oo yrs' use among all clissrs, sd ijrrri-y jd basest woxth is uaaquMled." ill ......Itau SurytcaiJuBsnc!. Costs less tl-.an O-ME CENT a Cup. Trade-Mark on Every Pacltege. f t-- '"-S WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD., mesMBM EGtaUiiLhetl I73C. DO It CHESTER, MASS, Mahaa. HEADQUARTERS FOR Sporting Goods. ALSO SOLE AGENT FOR THE ELGIN WHEEL AT fMTT'S GLOVE STORE. Bass Ball Gloves Made to Order. "HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH SAPOLIO iAProvokingTaskl I i 1 I s I JL. ,Yim 1 I .1 CTTND ONE which is enough to make tho righteous pro J f 1Ee :nl be forgiven, is an old stove that won't drew when one is in a hurry for their breakfast. When you can buy a superior atove or range that is handsome and nscfnl, a good baker, and cf tho very beat manufacture, that we sell at euch low pricas why bother with a nae-li-ss old hulk. BAKER & KNOX, OPPOSITK ej HARPER HOUSE. Cor. Nineteenth street and Second Avenue. alaH LESS THAN 43 Hours to Jacksonville, Fla. Lv Rock Is" int.. Ar '.'inclacaUi Lv C'incUnattl Ar TackgODvllle. K I P. B:g Four.. eti a c... F C 4 V. 1 ISpi 7 10 a m 8 SO a m 8 40 a m But two () ohangea enrcute, both in Union Depots. Sleeper Feoria to Cincinnatti. Solid Vea tibnle Train, consisting of Pull man Drawing Boom Buffet, and Parlor Cufo acd Observation Car Cincinnatti to Jacksonville. Reservation itde through to Jacksonville. R I & P Ry. R. STOCKHOUSF. Con'l Ticket Agt. I j Depot 20th str. , Rock Island. r.: THE THIEF WHO STOLE A RED HOT STOVE aoon repented ot his rash act, when he found that it waa loaded with Hill Bros', anion mined Cable coal. A stove or oven heated with that coal carries auch an intense heat that yoa can't hamper with it with Im punity. Try it for heating or cooking, and yon will never use any other. For sale by s E. 6. FRAZER. 1909 Second Are. Telephone list.