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THE AUGrTJS. TTIU17SDAY. JAUTJARY 31, 1931.
will do '
Rummage Shoe Salaii-
Before taking stock anjjj
SDriDET ShOCS arttVP I If
going to baveaij 0p (jtAMMJUJM n tu
Thursday, Jan. 31.
Sixteenth annual tour. The AU G.
Oldest, biggest and best. 50 peoi le.
Au entire train of palace ears. The
tnc expensive organization of tha
kir.d in eiisten:e. A uibeof mamclukea,
'The fetn at Mr.eem." Al. G. Field.
Artour R'sby, Tomniv DonneH, L)oo
lju'gley. Paeattl. the no- descrlvt. the
man with a hundred forms. " K right
in Parii during the exposition" Wes
ton, Ureeve and Staats, the thre mu
fiio -1 kings- Keys and Mdonald. the
grotesque athletes. Watch for the bltf
Prices f 1. 00, 75c, 50c and S5c.
at Fluke a.
Direction nf Charles Dleuer
Sunday, Feb. 3.
The one tram?, Jule Walters " sup
ported by Louise Llewellyn and a large
company In the new
See the tramp side tracked in a box car,
the aectiou .quartet, the little German
band, the tramp on a cow catcher, the
a-rival of the oassenger train, the tramp
on the grind stone.
lrices eric, Soc and 50c. Sale of seat
at Bleuer'a jewelry atore. Phone 4ti03. '
URTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Under the direction of
CHAJ4BKHLIN. KlJSUT A CO.
Sunday, Feb. 3.
THOMAS JEFFERSON, PRESENTING
"RIP VAN WINKLE,"
Assisted by an excellent company of
Prices f 1.00. 753, 50s and 35s. Seats
at Fluke a.
CHAS E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N.J.
Traders las. Co.. - Chicago, HI.
Union Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Fa.
Backford Ins. Co. - Bockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins Co State of 111., Bockford, 111
Office, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security
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The old Fire and
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ItLU w in subscribing to the Eu
gese Field Monument
pflCMO Souvenir Fund. Sub-
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sired. Sulwcriptions as
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V'-UU donor to bisdaioUyartUt-
' tic volume.
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certiUoate of suDscriD
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the cen- contains a selection of
turv Hand- Field's best and most reo
- somely U- resentative works and is
lutratd ready for delivery,
by thirty- Hut for the noble con
two of the tribution of the world's
World's grea'est artists this book
Greatest could not bar been
Artists manufactured for less
Tbe Fund created Is divided equally
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monument to tbe mtrnory rf tbe be
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Will Be the Advantage De
rived From an Old Rem
edy in New Form.
Mr. W. H. Marshall, Druggist of
Our City, Interested.
The Public Marvel, and Doc
Nowadays it takes considerable to
astonish the world. So many won
derfal things have been discovered in
the pael century that it has seemed
almost impossible that anything more
could be found to add to the comfort
or beneb't of man. ,
Probably no branch of science has
made such wonderful strides as have
been male in th3 practice of medi
cine. Diseases that; a number of years
ago were considered fatal, are now
known to be curable. E?en consump
tion is no longer looked npon with
the dread that it formeily inspi td.
It is right on this line of wasting
diseases that we now have news of a
wonderful discovery one that is
bound to revolutionize the science of
medicine and startle the world. Eecry
one is familiar with methous tnat
have been employed by physicians for
years in cases that they were afraid
would develop into a decline. In all
troubles of tne throat, lungs, bron
chial tubes and other similar ailments
that were known to end disastrously,
about the first thing tbe doctor would
do would be to recommend cod liver
oil, for cod liver oil has been recog
nized for a great many years as pos
sessing peculiar medicinal properties
particularly adapted for the cure of
such troubles. ' .
Every one knows the objection,
however, to the use of this nauseat
ing remedy. So extremely disagree
able is the taste and smell of cod liver
oil that - many people have actually
been unable to take a single dose of
it. Many others have made heroic
efforts to take the medicine, out nave
been obliged to abandon it after
struggling with the horrible stuff for
a few days.
The consequence is that thousands
have drifted into incurable diseases
who might have been saved, bad it
been possible to administer this po
tent medicine. Enough people have
been ablo to assimilate ecu liver oil to
prove to the medical profession and
the world at large its intrinsic value.
Such patients, as were blessed with
unusually strong stomachs derived
benefit from cod liver oil. Why, then,
could not a form of it be devised, to
be administered to patients whose
digestive organs had been weakened
This is exactly what scientists and
chemists have been aiming at for
years, and this is exactly what has
"been accomplished by two prominent
French chemists. Their secret has
been brought to America and our own
W. II. Marshall, proprietor of Harper
house pharmacy, has succeeded in
connecting himself with the promi
nent tirni of Boston chemists who are
placing this new preparation on the
market. The preparation in ques
tion, now that it has been discovered,
like all other great inventions, is sim
ple. By a peculiar process the liver
of the live cod is treated in such a
manner that there is obtained an ex
tract which contains all, and only all,
of the curative properties that have
made cod liver oil famous. The" horrible-smelling,
that has always been a pait of this
remedy has been left entirely behind.
This curative extract is the basis of
Vinol which Mr. Marshall is present
ing to the public. . It is placed in a
delicious table wine, and in itself be
ing tasteless, tbe consumer is unable
to distinguish tbe fact that he is tak
ing anything more than a pleasant
Mr- Marshall has indeed struck it
just right in making arrangements to
handle this new remedy, which goes
under the name of Vinol, Wine of Cod
Liver Oil. It is worth any one's while
to talk to him about it and learn di
rectly from bint the good that is being
done by finding a way to administer
what has always been a horrible and
much dreaded medicine in a form that
is actually pleasant, to say nothing of
being a hundred times more efficient.
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day Irani -
TRI-C1TIES TO CHICAGO
- (Six Trains en Sunday) via
BEST DINING CAR SERVICE ,
PIXU1AN SLEEPERS ON NIGHT TRAINS
. Parlor Car on the Chicago Limited -
For reservations, rates, and full Information,
call on or address. Ticket Agent. Davenport,
la.. Mock Island or floline, la. .
SHORT STAGE STORIES, j
Al G. Field's minstrels are to Le
teen tonight at ihe Bortis, in Daven
port. Tbe cpmpany is a large and
capable one ana is said to be giving as
complete and up-to date black face
performance as can be seen anywhere.
The singing is a leading feature, while
the vaudeville specialties following
the first part are novelties of the boot
Local theatre-goers are to be fav
ored with a visit from the gentleman
tramp. Jule Waters, supported by
Miss Louise Llewellyn and a good
company, in tbe farc'ial drama, "bide
Tracked," at Harper's theatre next
Sunday night. "Side Tracked" is pro
nounced to be one of the funniest
conglomerations of farce on the road,
and lovers of light comedy and high
class vaudeville specialties will no
doubt be highly entertained by the
able star and "bis associates on their
appearance here. Mr. Walters' vaga
bond is not of the vulgar, objection
able sort; but rather a tramp one
would not hesitate to come in con
tact with even on a dark night. An
eastern critic once said that had Mr.
Walters stepped from the stage to tbe
auditorium and shaken him by tbe
band be might have mUttken him for
a once printer friend of his, so natural
was bis delineation of a tramp.
Thomas Jefferson will be the attrac
tion at the Burtis next Sunday, pre
senting the one play that has been
seen by thousands of theatre-geors,
presented by his father. Joseph Jof
terson, entitled "Hip Van Winkle."
The play will be given w'uh special
scenery and a company of excellence.
Thomas is not a novice on the stage,
at be has served apprenticeship under
the tuition of his lllustilous lather,
and has been highly praised for bis
able performance of Kip by all the
critics of the large cities, namely,
Chicago. Boston, St. Louis, Washing
ton and Pittsburg, where he has ap
peared to large audiences.
FACTS FROM FOSTF.lt.
Foster, Jan. 29 Mrs. D. L. Ripley
has been ill with the grip for several
Tbe Misses Lucy and Kate Watson
and Miss Kate Foster were guests of
tbe Misses Gillette Sunday.
Ben Wilford sold his farm to G.
Dickiuan last week, the price per acre
being $35. Mr. Wilford expects to
take up his abode on the Canon farm.
Mrs. Ellen Pratt and daughter,
Ruth, and her niece, of Washington,
Iowa, are visiting at the Kipley home.
Rev. Kcttelkamp commenced re
vival meetings at tne German church
Mrs. J. 11. Foster and Mrs. William
Reynolds spent Monday with Mrs.
Reynolds, ol Wrayville.
IK-puty Sheriff Reynolds returned
to Rock Island on the Fire lly Mon
day. vuite a number ot inenus oi Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Prouty spent a pleas
ant evening at tbeir home last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Foster enter
tained several of their friends at their
hospitable home last Saturday even
ing. All report having spent a very
Mr. and Mrs. George Workman re
turned home from Oak Grove, Iowa,
Mondav. wbe-e they attended the fu
neral of their cousin, Mrs. Shields,
which took place Monday at 10 a. m.
Miss Kate Foster gave a party for
her friends last Thursday in honor of
her birthday anniversary. About
twenty-five of the invited guests were
presents and wtre royallv entertained
by their hostess. Amusing games
were indulged in, and tbe hostess
favored the company with several
selections on the guitar. An inter-
of Dodd's llidney Tills
sre legion. The box is
imitated, the outside coat
ing and shape of the pills
ire imitated and the name
Dodd's Kidney Pills is
imitated. Imitations are
dangerous. ' The original
is safe. Dodd's Kidney
Pills have a reputation.
Imitators have none or
they wouldn't imitate.
So they trade on the rep
utation of Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. Do not be
deceived. There is only . rj-v. IV T"' C
one DODD'S. Dodd's is Lrv"u"u" a
the original. Dodd's is '
the name to be careful
TKEY TASTE VERY H
MUCH LIKE IO
esting fealura of the evening v as a
bankrupt sale, h'ci was heanih en
joyed by all. Oysters and numtrous
o'.ber delicaciet- were served ard at
a late hour all departed,, wishing
their hostess many happy rtturns of
her birthday. -
" POINTS rOM FORT BYRON.
Tort Byron, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Gillespie are down with the grip.
II. E Rogers, who has been wo I -ing
dofcn below, may return to his
home on account of sickness.
Henry Necker. who has been down
soutb, is in Port Byron visiting rela
tives and friends.
There will te a dime social by the
Social union at tbe residence of Mrs.
J. W. Simonson Friday evening next.
Tbe entertainment in tbe Star
course took place in the town hall
Monday evening last, entitled "Too
Rich to Marry."
Sheriff Cralle, of Rock Island, was
In Port Byron on business Monday
Mrs. Scnsibaugh was taken quite
8ick with congestion of the lungs.
Dr. Bruner was called and she is
said to be some better.
Monday evening last six couples
met at the residence of Charles Ellis
and spent a very pleasant evening,
refreshments being served.
Roland E. Dillon and Lina M.
Guinn, of Coe township, were married
at Davenport Monday, Rev. Barclay
performing the ceremony.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Metzger, of Molino, visited
friends aud relatives in our village.
Frank Allen has rented Mr. Nor
maad's ice house and intends to till it
as soon as the thickness of the ice will
jastify him in doing so.
A telephone has been placed in tbe
residence of Rev. J. C. Craine.
Mrs. J. G. Haire's sister, Mrs. Ltw
reuce Ecklund, of La Crosse, Wis.,
has returned to her home after a
Rev. and Mrs." J. W. Elwards, of
Aledo, came to visit Mrs. Edward's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mix well,
and their children have been quite ill
with a mud form of chickenpox.
Mrs. C C. Uovne s mother, Mrs.
Blum, was unfortunate in falling so
that she sustained severe bruises in
one arm and limb.
George 1 Moore, it is said, has sold
his farm in Missouri.
Mrs. J. I. Hubbard's mother, Mrs.
Blin, met with a severe accident last
week. Being feeble, she bad a fall
which resulted in a fracture near the
A number of horses were sold at
the Dow farm Wednesday of last week.
there being a large crowd in attend
ance. The horses are said to have
been above the average.
There will bo a box social at the
(Greenwood school house on Friday
evening, Feb. 1. when it is hoped
there will be a good attendance.
A petition is in circulation for the
sale of the Schaiblo school house cast
of town. , ' .
There wis a "German evening" at
the Academy on Friday evening last
with the following program: Music,
Mandolin clab; history of Germany.
Miss McDaniels: recitation, (G rman)
Bernice Geisler; recitation, Myrtle
Rennie; zither solo, (German medley)
Mrs. Linke; letter from a former
Academy student in Berlin; recita
tion, (German) Mrs. A. II. Wendt;
solo, Edna Haire; imaginary trip to
Germany, Ed Holhster; music,
quartet: zither solo, Mrs. Linke.
The pupils of the high school will
have an entertainment at tne town
hall Friday evening next, with a small
fee for admission, the proceeds to go
for an equipment for the gymnasium
The following are - further ptrticu
lars concerning the Epworth league
"crazy tea" at the town hail on lues
day evening last. Menu: Springs
offering, water, $ 01; temperance cup
coffee, $ 0'5; Chinese cordial, tea, $.02;
glass extract, cream, f 02; a bereaved
country, turkey. $ 06; womtn s wea
pon, tongue. $ 03; origin of woman,
pare rib, $ 04; what brings tbe crows
eggs, 01: a dead beat, pickled baet.
$.01; fruit of the vine, cucumbers. $ 02;
crushed fruit,' jelly, $ 01 ; found in a
logging camp, chips. $01; a dear
article, butter, $ 02; charming com
pound, salad, $ 02; a ministering spirit;
angel food. $.04; changeable politician.
turnover, f 0); what tbe girls iiko
kisses, $ 02; the tempter, devil's food
$.0t ; music, cake with icing, $.0:;
ivory manipulators, toothpicks, $.01
The amount cleared was $22.
Cordova. Jan. 81. The high school
literary society will give an interest
ing program Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Ethel Fields has returned to
her home at De Witt, Iowa.
Lola Matthews is quite ill with
The young people are taking ad
vantage of the first sleighing of the
The swjtcbboard of the Central
Telephone company has been removed
from w. tvnitesiae's to kj. j. iiau
Mrs. W. H. Whiteside is still very
Mrs. W. K. Johnson is again ablo
to bo about the house.
Ithaoicr Maxwell is suffering from
a severe attack of rheumatism.
Tunis Echelberry has moved his
family onto r. llaiupbry'a farm soma
of Cordova, L U. Gardner having
moved on Edith Brown's farm.
Tbat Means Kheamatlsm
Sore and swollen joints, sharp,
shooting pains, torturing muscles, no
rest, no sleep, j bat means inenma
tlsm- It is a stubborn di-eaee to light
but Chamberlain s Pain Balm has con
quered it thousands of limes. It will
do so whenever the opportunity is
offered. Jry it. Une application re
lieves the pain. For sale by all drug
TIPS FCR TRAVELERS.
$27.30 to New Orleans aid return
Feb. 11 to 17 via K. I. & P. railway,
account Mardi Gras. New service and
Tbe Barlington win have on sale
tickets to New Orleans and return,
account Mardi Gras, Feb. 11 to 17 in
clusive, at $27.30i by all direct routes.
Tickets good returning until March 7.
" The Burlington will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
5th and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
($2) for the round trip to various
points in the north, south and west.
The R. I. & P. railway will sell
tickets to Peoria and return at one
and one-third fare on certificate plan
Feb. 11, 12 and 13, account biennial
meeting of Modern Woodmen.
The R. I. & P. will sell tickets
to Springfield at one and one-third
fare on certificate plan Feb. 4, 5 and
6. account the meeting of the Royal
Neighbors of America.
Low rate round trip tickets to a
number of points in the north, west
and southwest via the C, R. I. & P.
railway Feb. 5 and 19. Very low one
way rates to a number of points in
Montana, Minnesota, North Dakota,
Oregon and California Feb. 12, 19 and
2(3. Call at ticket office for full in
formation. COUNTY TEMPLE. '
Jan. 30 Johu F. Oltmann to Hein-
iich G. C. Reiling. wi, sj. sw, 10,
18, le. and wj. wl, uwj, lo, 1, le,
John F. Oltmann to William A. Olt
mann. ei. s.l. awl. 10. 18. le. and a
strin of land (5i rods w3. si . swl . 10.
and e, r, nwj, 15. and a strip of
,and()'. rods w"., ni. nw, io, 10, ic,
A CAUSE OF HEADACHE.
One Very Common Cause, tienernUy Over
Headache is a symptom, an indica
tion of derangement or disease in
some organ, and the cause of the
headache is difficult to locate because
so many diseases have headache as a
prominent symptsm; derangement of
the stomach and liver. Heart trouble.
kilncy disease, lung trouble, eye
strain or ill-fitting glasses all produce
headaches, and if we could always
locate tbe organ which is at fault the
cure of obstinate headaches would be
a much simp er matter.
However, for that form of headache
called frontal headache, pain back of
the eyes and in the lorenead, the
cause is now known to be catarrh of
the head and throa' ; when tho head
ache is located in tho back of the head
and neck it is often caused from ca
t-irrh of the stomach or liver.
At any rate catarrh is the most
common cause of such headaches and
the cure of the catarrh causes; i
prompt disappearance of the head
There is at present no treatment
for catarrh so convenient and meet
ive as Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, a new
internal remedy in tablet form, com
posed of antiseptics 1-ke eucalyptol,
guaiacol and blood root, which act
upon the blood and cause the earn
ination of the catarrhal poison from
the system through tbe natural cban
Mibs Cora Ainsley, a prominent
school teacher in one of our normal
schools, speaks of her experience with
catarrhal headaches and eulogizes
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets as a cure for
them. She says: "I suffered daily
from severe frontal headache and pain
in and back of the eves, at times so
intensely as to incapacitate me in my
daily duties. I had suffered from
catarrh more or less for years, but
never thought it was the cause of my
headaches, but finally became con
vinced that such was the case because
the headaches were always worse
whenever I. had a cold fresh attack
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets were
highly recommended to mo as a safe
and pleasant catarrh cure and after
using a few 50 cent boxes wmcn l
procured from my druggists I was
surprised ana aeiigntea to nna tnat
both the catarrh and headaches had
cone for good."
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold
by druggists at 50 cents per package,
under the guarantee of the propri
etors that they contain absolutely do
cocaine (found in so many catarrh
cures), no opium (so common in
cheap cough cures), nor any harm
Jul drug. They contain simply tbe
wholesome antisceptics necessary to
destroy and drive from the system
tbe germs of catarrhal disease.
I inflammatory Rheumatism Cured In
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle anil
ioint; her suffering was terrible and
her body , and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; naa been in
bed for six weeks ana had eignt pny
sicians, but received no benefit unti
she tried tbe Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate reliel
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Such little pills as DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are very easily taken
a ad they are wonderfully effective in
cleansing the liver and bowels. B
U. Bieber and HarU & UUemeyer.
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An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
bYKUl' OF iioa, manulactured bv the
California B'io Syrup Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the By6tem. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansinc the Kvstem effectually.
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys.
liver and Ixjwels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Caufoknia Fio Syrup
Co. only- In order to cet its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SA1I FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVTLLi;, KY. NEW YORK, N. "ST.
for sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per botllo.
Free! Free! Free!
ABSOLUTELY FREE. -
Two treatments will be given ab
solutely free by the physicians of the
Illinois Infirmary and School of Nat
ural Healing, whose offices are in tbe
Mitchell & Lynde building, rooms 49,
50 and 51, reception room No. 51.
The physicians of the Illinois In
firmary and School of Natural Heal
ing are specialists in all chronic, ner
vous and special diseases, naving
spent years of study and research in
the science of curing diseases, and
having had years of valuable exper
ience in treating au sucn cases tney
have now perfected their new, abso
lutely new method, (which will cure
to stay cured) and are competent to
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treat ana aosoiuieiy cure you. even i
many others have failed. We cure
your disease by removing the cause.
We examine our patients thoroughly
and locate the cause of their trouble.
Then we apply our new and original
cure to the cause of their disease and
remove it. The result is that they
are cured and stay cured. Oar
method is pleasant and agreeable to
all. It you cannot come to our office
we can cure you at home by sending
you our absent treatment, which is
only $5 per month. Remember two
treatments will be giveu absolutely
free to all who avail themselves of
this grand opportunity.
Consultation, examination and ad
vice free. Take elevator to fourth
floor. Office hours 9 a. m. to 12 ni.;
2 p. ni. to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. in.; Sun
days 9 to 11 a. ni.
yvi biflrXI I
AND HEALING CUKE
.v v.' ran
Easy and plet-ant to
use. Contains no in
It is ouickly ab
COLD ' HEAD
Gives relief at once.
It opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages.
Allays Inflammation, lleals and Protects
the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste
andSmelL Large Size 50 cents at Drug
gists or by mall. Trial Siz 10 cnt by mall
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St. New York
A breath of Fine Balsam in every cake.
like it for
Gleans tho Scalp
Most baldness is caused by dandruff. To keep the
hair, scalp and beard in healthy cmtdilirtn. make a
Mronir lather with Martina
Soap and shampoo freely. If it
desired to restore gray or
faded hair to youthful color.
apply Hay's Hair-Health after
shampooing with Martina, ana
the grayness will disappear and
Ihe hair will grow forth its orig
inal youthful color and beauty.
SSc CskM a feeding- drug .hop
mr 5 eaJtea, ft-c. Msiird M rocviptj
r4 Tic fcr Losno 8ITCT.T Co-.-
iof Hraadway. ti York. Halo all suUutaua.
5old by Thomas, 1630 Second Ave.1
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nlrty-flrst street. Frank H Plum me r, Agent.
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Denver, Lincoln A Omaha. 3:05 am
Des Moines Express ;13:1S m
Rook island a ljureau Ac. f 4:30 pm
3t. Paul A Minneapolis. 3:05 am
Denver, Ft. Worth & K C. StOO am
(Kansas City, St Joe ADnvrill:10 pm
LRoek Islands Washington 11:0 pm
Uhleacro A Des Moines... t 2:15 pm
Rook Island A Brooklyn Ac 6:35 pm
(Omaha A Rock Island 0:35 pm
(Chicago, A Davenport.....
Arrival. tDeoarture. IDallv. except Bun-
(Daily except Saturday. All others daily. Te
TJOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger traina
leave C, R. I. A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
aiven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
LSA VS. AMBIVB
Spr'gfleld, Cincinnati, Peo
8 05 arn
1 45 pm
Peoria, Springfield, Cine In
Sb err ard Accom
Oable A Sberrard Aosom..
jable A Sherrard Accom..
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
T) A V EWPpRT, ROCK ISL---'and
A Northwestern rail
way ("The Trl-City Route "
Passenger station at Rock
Island A Peoria depot root of
Twentieth street. L. K. Ber
ry, G. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, l1
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton, Sterling. Cbloago.i 7:15 an
Clinton, Chicago, umana,i
Denver, Rock ford, Janes-1
ville, Madison :I1:50 atr
Jlinton, Omaha Cedar'
Cllnton.Omaba, Sioux City,
Utah and pac'Jic coast..
Jltnton, Ster'.lng, Dixon,
Clinton. Chicago, Janes-
vuie. Maaison, KocKiora.
0 In ton, Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally.
All others dally ex-
TITJRLINGTON ROUTE O.,
-"B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. JT. YOUNG,
tt. L. Springfield, Peoria.l
Bur. (juln. via Montnoutn e:o am
Ihlnsfo. Sterling .Clinton A
Dubuaus It 7:46 am
t 8:40 pm
?eorla, Beardstown. Bur
tine ton, Denver and weat t z:40 pm
it. Paul A Minneapolis ; 7:60 pm
Sterling, Clinton A Dubuque 7:50 pm
it. L Kans C Denver A
1 8:40 am
Pao. coast via Galesburg.' 7:16 pm
Daily 4-Dally except Sunday
VST. PA DL railway Ra
cine A Southwestern Dt vision
Dpot Twenttern street,
between First and Seoond
avenues. W. W. Breckin
1. Paul Exprem.....
Freight and accom..
p. 55 pm
All trains dally except Sunday.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURES OP
4ash, Doors, Blinds and 'Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
ingleand Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
' 311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET
Tom A. Marshall
A;tQi DtvTAMce Unit
tji TCLfQRA PM RA TZS. .
M Roomb, 111.
Ablng'loti, 1 II-,
Columbus Jc. Iowa.
CeJar Rapids, luwa.
fH hj, 111.
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. .
Kw liosum. III.
Kew Windsor. 111.
Xorth Eradexsou, 111.
Port Byron, 111.
Prairie City, 111.
De Motne. Iowa.
Hock Inland. IU.
Kornnlds, IiL ,
Rio, IU. -Hwan
Ht. AugnsUna, Iti.
Taylor liiriga, IU. -Toulon,
Walnut Urov, lil.
Wspe.Ho, Iowa, t
Wwt Liberty, Iowa-.
VMM City. Ill
Kirk wood, TTI.
Knoxville, III. '