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THE ABG-US. THURSDAY. APRIL 9. , 1903.
Those who have used salts, castor oil, and the
many home and manufactured purgatives, know
that in such treatment there is no possibility
of cure from constipation. These remedies are
at most physics and do absolutely no good.
In fact they frequently provoke piles, fistula,
female disorders and many cases of appen
dicitis are traceable to their use. ,
physics fail to have any
effect upon the
. iv. v.iswwt
ever known for constipation It is guaranteed to cure you. Large
sample bottle sent free to any address on receipt of 10 cts. for postage by
Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, III. Send your druggist's name.
All irvmitt tell Muir Qraj Tonic at SO cento a bottle.
has great and rare bargains in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Bicycles, and
all other kinds of goods. These goods have not been redeemed and will be
sold at a great sacrifice. S20 Twentieth street. 'Phone brown 663.
TBI TKAVKLKRS' QUID.
CHICAGO. RjCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1818 Second ave
nue, or C, R. I 4P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of TMrty
Feoria branch depot, foot of
Tw itleth street. Frank EL Plum cue r. C. P. A.
IXsaver limited & Omaha..
Tt. Worth, Denver i K. C
Dat en port Cbtcajro
tOnc at a & Minneapolis...
Colorado St Omaha
Dea Moines & On ah a
Denver, IJaooln & Omaha.
Dea Molnea Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis ..
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. O.
t 3 45 am
t 6:5 am
t 7:so an
t 1:2ft pm
12:' 0 am
t 7:uo pm
t fl:55 am
t 0:26 am
r s:uu am
t 6:52 am
r 9:25 pm
t 7:10 am
t A:25 pm
t 2 35 pm
t 7:10 am
t 9: arr
t 4:90 pm
t 2:15 pa
tRock Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Moines.. ..
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omuhi & Dm Moinf s
( -a K-plda. Tio'on ...
HOCK ISr-ASD AND PBOaiA DIVISIOW
Trains leave Twentieth street station Mam
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance ot time given.
8:10 am 9.40 pm
pm J5:55 pa
I JU:15 am
J9:30 am $4:56 pm
3:30 pea J2:20 pm
tB: 45 am
Dally, except Sun
rest 1128, West 1423.
reoi-i, bpringheid, at. u.,
Indian a poil. Cincinnati.
Peoria. Snrtcirfleld. Indian
uiRton, St. i-xjuia
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
Gable & Sherrard Acoom.
Cable & Sherrard Acoom.
MtsnH CHICAGO, BUKL1NUTON &
fit rttt-'l Quincy Depot Second
pK,vUl4l?'q Tentt nd Twentieth street.
! TrHI M. J- TOUNG, Agent.
A FRANK A. HART
St. Louis, Springfield
Galeaburg, Peoria anC
Sterling. Mendota and
St. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Paoihc
Sterling and points In
termediate.... 6:35 an
Dubunue, Clinton, La
Crosse, St Paul, Mien
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
7 00 ajn
a Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals.
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
& St. PaUI Railway. D.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wooo,
asent. The trams ror Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois siae oi river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via DavenDort. Clinton ana savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
Dubuque aud St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All trains dailvexeent Bund a v
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 am. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via lowa siae oi tne river.
AND 1IETUKN VIA
Big Four Route
Account Convention of
Nat. Manufacturers' Ass.
April 15 to 17, 1903.
Tickets to New Orleans, La., and
return will be on sale April 11, 12 and
13, 1903, from all points on the "Big
Four," Cincinnati Northern and D. &
U. 11. II., at half rates.
Tickets will be good for return to
reach original starting point not la
ter than April 19, 1903, unless exten
sion of return limit is availed of.
By depositing ticket with special
agent at New Orleans not earlier than
April 12, nor later than April 19, and
on payment of 50 cents fee, an exten
sion of return limit may be obtained,
to reach original starting point not
later than April 30, 1903.
For full information and particu
lars as to rates, tickets, limits, call
on agents "Big Four Route," or ad-drer-s
WARREN J. LYNCH,
Genl Pass. & Ticket Agt.
W. P. DEPPE,
Asst. G. P. & T. Agt.
AXLEN M. NYE, T. P. Peoria, HL
- W" I
0 tflmnorarv or obstlnata '
t i ay
Mull's Grape Tonic
would not cur. First, Mull's Grape Tonlo is unlike any
other treatment (or constipation. It is the greatest and
most positiTe laxative known. But that Isn't what euros.
It is the tonic properties ot the grape and other fruits
that strengthens the worn-out muscles of the intestinal
tract. Mull's Grape Tonlo builds flesh, makes strength
Mnll'a firaM Tonic Is the finest thins
Friday, April 10. '
llen Ilencdict's new scenic produc
tion, MARIE CORELLl'S
as drdhiatized by Charles W
Excellent cast of characters.
Beautiful stage settings.
Special scenery for every act.
Magnificent electrical effects.
Kei-erved seats on sale at the Illi
Price: 25, 33, 50, and 75 cents.
Sunday, April 12.
THE II EST EVE It
FIJITZ & W'EBSTEirS NEWEST
"A BREEZY TIME"
A farce comedy brimful and bub
bling over with mirth and music.
Presented by a superior company of
cnmmeuians and prity girls.
Prices: 23. 35. and 50 cents.
Seats on sale Saturday.
Monday, April 13.
Buhler & Mann's massive production
of the season's greatest success
A picturesque play of strange peo
ple presented by a company of un
usual excellence. Mounted - with a
scenic equipment of rare inagnifi
cence and beauty.
Prices: 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Seats on sale Saturday at the Illi
IT'S UP TO.
What kind of a spring hat
are you going to have, and
it's up to you where you
buy you know this. When
you go to a hat store you
expect to see the very lat
est up-to-date things in
head gear, and you do
not only the latest
shapes, but notice the difr
ference in trimmings and
the get up right through
the whole hat. the new
creations from the $1.00
crusher to the most ex
pensive KNOX, STETSON
and HAWES can be seen
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. .
SPRING STYLES NOW READY.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
JT rV I TOBACCO SPIT
I and SMOKE
" Your Lif eaway
Vu can be cored of any form of tobacco urIoi
new life and vigor by taking HO-TO-DAO
" vrvrva. UlCU irOOg. M3BT )1IB
te pounds In ten days. Over BQO.OOQ
eured. All dmgi-rt. Cure euaramerd. Book
let and advice I-RKE- 'Address 6TERI4NQ
m run . u x wu. viucjpj or JNCW XOTC 0
yUB'.i r-tr a.Ty:v '. ."' n r" "
There has been filed with the coun
ty recorder a deed, given by C, II.
Widener and wife, of Buchanan
county, resident at Independence, la.,
representing the Northern Land com
pany; to T. O. llougen, conveying
acreage in the Wapsie bottoms in
Princeton township, for the consider
ation of $78,000. This is the deal in
which the Northern Land company
Officers of the company filed with
he county recorder Tuesday after
noon the articles of incorporation of
he Davenport Ice Chipping company.
The concern will have its place oi
business at the Schmidt plant on West
Third street, near Fillmore, anu its ob
ject will be the manufacture of an
ce chipping device which has been
patented by Keinhold & Ueenk. The
company is capitalized at $10,000 and
ts officers are as follows: President,
11. L. Schmidt; vice president, F. L.
Schmidt; secretary and treasurer, J.
N. Nelson; directors, I?. L. Schmidt,
F. L. Schmidt, J. X. Nelson, Herman
Keinhold and and William II. Ueenk.
u O- ..v, li,
Jeorge Schettler, the young man
who was sent to jail for robbing the
till in the peanut and popcorn stand
on Second and Brady streets, was re-
eased from custody Tuesday, only to
lie rearrested upon the charge of em
bezzlement preferred by Julius Schick
of the Schick Express & Tranfer com
pany. Schettler is 18 years of age
and is alleged to have collected and
pocketed money due on C. O. D. pack
ages to the amount of $9.50. The case
was tried in Justice Hall's court yes
terday with Charles T. Cooper defend
ing. It was shown that a demand for
the $9.50, had not been, made upon
Schettler, and therefore the justice
dismissed the case.
At his home, 825 Brown street yes
terday morning, occurred the death of
Lcander Flynn in the 28tlT,year of his
age. lhe deceased was born in lav'
enport, and is survived bv his wife.
Bessie,, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Flynn, one sister, Mrs. William Hol-
liday, and four brothers: Joseph T
Michael J., Leo E., and Edward I
Flynn, all of Davenport.
Tuesday at her home two and one-
half miles west of the city on the Lo
cust street roadr after an illness of six
weeks with cancer of the stomach and
liver, occurred the death of Mrs. Ber
tha Schnoor. The deceased was a na
tive of Probstei, (Jermany and, was
59 years old. She lived near this citv
for 38 vears. A husband and several
children survive. The funeral will be
held tomorrow at 2 o'clock from the
late residence, with interment at Tine
Word lias reached the city announc
in IT the death, at Milwaukee Tuesday
afternoon of Edward h,chle;rel, a for
mer Davenpnrter, in the 40th year of
his age. The defeased was born and
reared in this city, and is survived by
a wife and two children, and also bv
a brother, (Justav Schlegel, of Milwau
kee, and a sister. Mrs. Charles J. llasre-
mann, of this city.
A twilight wedding nt the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mason. 220 East
fourteenth street, lueso.ay evening
placed the golden bands of wedlock
upon their daughter, Marian Eliza
beth Mason, and Charles Grilk. both
well known and popular young peo
ple of this city. IJev. A. M. Judy, of
the First Unitarian church performed
the ceremony at 6 o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. Grilk are enjoying their honey
moon at Valley View, the country
home of the bride's family on the
bluffs overlooking the Father of Wa
ters a few miles north of the city
They return to the city in a week or
so to take up their residence in the
Arpvle flats, and will be at home
there to their friends after June 1.
The Iowa Electrical association
opened its third annual convention
yesterday morning. The meetings
are being held in the Shriners' hall in
the Masonic temple, the delegates hav
ing the freedom of that entire floor
of, the building, including the rooms
of the Business Men's association. The
morning's session was devoted to the
president's address and receiving of
reports and in the afternoon papers
were read and discussed. The ob
servation trip that was to have been
taken to the arsenal and Hock Isl
and and Moline yesterday, was taken
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident is narrated by
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as fol
lows: "I was in an awful condition
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appetite
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Then I
was advised to use Electric Bitters
To my great joy the first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinued their use for three weeks, and
am now a well man. I know they
robbed the grave of another victim
No one should fail to try them. Only
50 cents. Guaranteed at Hartz & LI
lemeyer's drug store.
The happiest couple in the world
should be a deaf husband and a blind
wife, both taking Iiocky Mountain
Tea. Keeps peace in the family. 35
cents. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
"Little colds." Thousands of lives
sacrificed every year. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine. Syrup cures little colds.
cures big colds, too, down to the
very verge of consumption.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, April 0. Miss Annie De
Voy has been spending the past week
isitmg friends in Davenport.
Mrs. Annie Hunt, of Lake" Park, la.,
is making an extended visit with
Miss Grace Beeves spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives in Mo
line. Clyde Beynolds was in Rock Island
The teachers institute held here
Saturday was well attended.
Miss Nellie Naylor, of Fulton, spent
Sunday with her parents.
Misses Nova Marshall and Edna
Karley, of Fulton, spent several days
this week with Miss Marshall's par
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hires left last week
for California because of the poor
health of Mr. Hires. It was thought
a change of climate would be bene
Misses Eliza and Rose Durbin who
are teaching school in Moline, are
are spending their spring vacation
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nich
Mrs. Mary Robinson, of Clinton, la.,
spent Saturday with her mother.
Prof. M. J. Yolton, of Garden Plain,
made a short visit in town Saturday.
Miss Mildred Cool, of Rock Island,
is visiting with friends here.
Hamilton, April 9. Rev. F. J. Wood
visited the tri-cities Tuesday.
Milton McNabney is sick.
Mrs. Clapp, an old resident of this
place, who has been spending the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. Mary
Chadwiek, of Moline, was suddenly
stricken with paralysis yesterday,
and is now very low.
Mrs. J. K. Henry and daughter,
Josephine, have been visiting Mrs. A
E. Bowles, of Zuma.
J. Gordon, of East Moline, has moved
into Mrs. Baily's house.
Mrs. T. Baily has gone to Chicago
where the will visit relatives for a
Mrs. Luce, of Prairie Center, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. T. L. Black.
Mrs. Walter Cook, and Mrs. Martha
Hartoon. of Rock Island, are visiting
Louis McXabney, of Davenport,
visited his uncle. Justice G. F.McNab
Johnny Mohr visited the tri-citios
Mr. Hawkins, of Watertown, was in
Easter services will be held at, the
M. E. church Sunday evening;
Mrs. William Chambers and' infant
daughter Alice, who have been visit-
: i.; e .1 1 it
niij iriHiitcH 01 11115 piuce nave re
turned to their home in Rock Island.
Prof. Harris father and mother of
Princeton have been visiting here.
Robert E. Lee and family, have
moved into Mrs. Guckert's house.
Mrs. David Jones and daughter
Myrtle, of Kansas City, are visiting at
Ephriam Willis of this place.
Charles Hays seriously injured his
hand while sawing- wood.
At the election Tuesday there was
only one ticket in the field, anti-sa-
loon.- Paul Guckert M as elected presi
dent f Charles Sikes. secretary; George
Turner. Charles Lee and Joseph Har
ris were elected trustees.
Sherrard. April 9. Hem. C. A. Sam
nelson 1 returned to his duties at
Curtis Ellis, of Bowling, attended
the K. P. lodge here Monday evening
Henry Barr and wife returned
home from Henderson, 111., after a
two weeks' visit with relatives. Mrs.
McFarlane, of Knoxville. accompan
ied them home for a visit.
Mrs. Hughes, of Colfax, la., who
was here on business last week, re
turned to her home Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Sherrard returned home
Saturday from Rock Island, where
she was called last Tuesday to attend
the funeral of her sister, Mrs. John
Thomas Blenkensopp and wife and
Richard Hicks and wife were ill the
tri-cities Wednesday shopping.
(ieorge Lawson and wife visited in
Rock Island from Friday till Monday
Mrs. William Ash returned home
last week from Cedar Rapids, where
she has been the past month to see
her mother who was very sick.
The township election resulted as
follows: Town clerk, James R
Briwn, republican; assessor, Jacob
Frichtewicht, democrat; collector, J
H. Greenwood, democrat; commis
sioner of highways, William Dawson
Mrs. Matthew Williams went to
Rock Island last week to see her fath
er. Dr. Myers, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Maggie Griffin went to Aledo
on business Monday.
Mrs. James Shannon visited in Rock
Island last Wednesday and Thurs
John Thompson, of Wanlock, visit
ed at Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson s
from Saturday till Monday.
Mrs. Fred Williams and Miss Mam
mie Thompson visited with Mrs. Burr
Enarle, of Orion, Sunday.
Mrs. Sladen returned to Cable after
a four weeks' visit with her daughter
Mrs. William Gibson.
Moving is the fashion nowadays
Alfred Pasco shipped his furniture to
Dumferline Thursday, his family fol
lowed Monday, to make that place
their future home.
Fred Marker had a narrow escape
in the mines last Week- He was
caught by a rock but came off un
. To Core Cold In On Day ,
take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
This signature, E. W. Grove, on every
box. 23 cexto.
The local coremakers union will
cease to exist May .1, as on that date
t will be merged with the local niol-
ders' union. This action is being ta
ken throughout the country in ac
cordance with a decision of the two
national bodies through a referen
dum vote. The movement first start
ed and is In response to an invitation
from the .National Molders Union of
North America at the convention held
ast June at Toronto. The coremakers
are merging . with great promptitude
hroughout , the country, and it will
be but a shrt time before a coremak
er seeking work will show the card of
the local molders' union.
The excitement of a municipal elec
tion did not greatly detract from the
attendance at the church council
meeting held Tuesday evening in the
Swedish Lutheran church parlors to
arrange for the fifteenth annual con
vention and jubilee of the churches
comprising the Illinois conference of
Augustnna Synod, to be held. in Mo
line beginning May 6 and lasting one
week-. In this conference are. all the
churchekof the state of Illinois, In
diana and "part of Wiscon.sin.'and the
task of properly entertaining' all the
visitors is no small one. The commit
tee appointed some time ago to se
cure homes at which the delegates
could be received reported, showing
homes available for 140 delecates.
Indications arc that there will be
nearly 200 delegates in attendance,
and promises of homes for the addi
tional GO are yet to be secured. There
were 150 delegates at last year's con
vention at Princeton and this being
the jubilee year, an additional 50 dele
gates is looked for. Charles H. God-
ehn. Rev. C. A. Hemborg and (Just
Lindahl were appointed a committee
on correspondence and reception
with instructions to write every min
ister and lay delegate and ascertain
whether or no he will be in attend
ance, and also notify each visitor with
whom he will stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jordan went to
Chicago yesterday to attend grand
Mrs. W. H. Prater, of Twenty-third
street, has departed for Melrose, la.,
to visit her daughter.
Yesterday morning at the Lutheran
parsonage in Davenport, occurred the
marriage of Mrs. Hannah Bradford,
formerly of this city and now ot
Princeton, and John P.axter, of
Princeton. After the ceremony they
were taken to the home of Mrs. Bax
ter's cousin, Mrs. 11. N. Odell. where a
wedding dinner was served. Thev will
reside in Princeton.
Mauritz, son of Hon. G. W. Johnson,
has departed for a visit to Sharon
Springs. Kans., intending before re
turning home to make a tour through
Colorado and the mountain region.
Before departing his young friends
of the Young Men's Literary clul. of
which he is a member, presented him
with a valuable pin.
An interesting bit of news comes
from Santa Barbara, Cal., of the tri
umph of little Dwight Wiman, son of
.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wiman. as a chick
en fancier. The Santa Barbara Morn
ing Press tells of the prowess of
Dwight's pet stock as follows: "There
is keen rivalry among the poultry
fanciers in the matter of raising
large black Minorca eggs. Yesterday
two eggs were brought in for meas
urement from the chicken ranch of
Dwight 1J. Wiman. The eggs were
identical in size and weight and in
both respects were bigger than any
thing yet shown. The eggs weighed
4 ounces each, and measured 6x7 7-8
inches. E. Ticket, of Goleta held the
former record, the egg produced on
his ranch weighing .' ounces and
measuring Cx inches."
Oo Week'a I'se of Hyomel Did More Than
Six Months' Treatment by Specialists.
In the treatment of deafness which
is often a result of catarrh, Uyomei
acts almost immediately upon the in
flamed membrane and the hearing be
gins to return at once. A few day's
treatment will bring relief, and in
three or four weeks, according to the
severity of the case, a cure will be ac
complished. Miss Meeks of Mattewan, N. Y., says
"Hyomei is truly wonderful. I have
used it but a short time and see a
great change in my condition. My
hearing is improving rapidly, and I
had no idea I would improve so rap
idly in so short a time. My breath
which was very offensive to myself
and others, has lost its bad odor en
tirely. I have spent a great deal of
money with catarrh specialists and
can truly say that six months of their
treatment is not equal to one month
T. II. Thomas is selling Hyomei up
on the usual plan of agreeing to re
turn the money if the medicine does
A complete outfit costs only ?1.00
and consists of an inhaler that can
be carried in the vest pocket, a medi
cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei.
The. inhaler will last a lifetime and
there is enough Hyomei for more than
a month's treatment. Additional bot-tles-xof
Hyomei can be procured for
50 cents. Compare this small expense
with the fees charged by specialists,
and then remember that if Hyomei
does not cure T. II. Thomas will re
turn your money.
What other treatment for catarrh
and catarrhal colds is sold in this
Bow Ai-e K.Its
Effects of R.ock Island Shops Already
REAL ESTATE investors and business men from all parts of the
country availing themselves of the great opportunity for prof-
li jiiHKiug at j.usi .Moiuie. iuu uwi.M.1 iwu ll.W JJ .K
? PART IN IT?
J THE ROCK ISLAND SHOPS when completed will employ about 5.000
men. Factories now operating employing about COO hundred
? . , I.... ... , , - . .
men. This means a population of 15,000 to 1S.000 people for
East Moline in the near future.
Did Ever an Industrial Enterprise Offer Greater Opportunity
For Large and Certain Profits in Real Estate and Busi
SIX BLOCKS just opened for sale, going rapidly. Small cash pay
ments, with small monthly payments, will secure lots at bottom
prices. Rapid rise in value certain.
AGENTS WANTED in every city in the United Stales who arc will
ing to work and make money.
Address or call on,
East Moline Company.
GEORGE W. ROSS. General Manager.
Office: EAST MOLINE, ILL. Open Every Day.
You Are Still Missing I
In I . C I "i - -..
F. P. KELLY
Special attention geyen
to out-of-town cus
offices for ladj specu
lators. Iowa Thone 840
Union Electric C56.
KER.LER BROS.. Old Reliable Cleaners
Of Carpets, Hugs, Mattresses and Feathers. Carpets taken up, Clean
ed, Renovated and Relayed. Uncq ualled for Promptness and Cleanness.
Both Thones Union 134; New 5134. No. 117 Seventeenth Street.
R.ock Island, Illinois.
r- M MIT
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
J. sUUlallii' 0 W
Office and Veterinary Hospital
tin Thlnl Awnna. Knrk lal&nri. 111. Residence 1812 Fourth AfMU
Offlee hours 7 to 8 a. m.. I to 2 p. m.,
West, Kesidence K61 Wet.t. Union
LEWES SBNGLE BITJEDER
STRAIGHT CIGAR Y Q ' gj) &y i
for Cigars notso flood '
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. .7.
Continental New York
Agricultural New ork
Traders Ins. Co. Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, l'a.
Eockford Ins. Co Rockford, III.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Ilaven, Conn.
ns. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3. Buford Mock. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; Jias Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of I1H
oLs. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
ritts far IJtsrataf. IMCfVERS. IU.
4 I I . X-JW. , ' , t I V-, ....... . . . . . -
'J 4" I- fr 'I1 "I'i-
a golden opportunity to get a
superb liquor if you haven't
bought a bottle or cae of the
celebrated rye whisky which we
are offering at remarkably low
figures. That's not the only
good thing here get our prices
on wines of all kinds.
RETAIL LIQUOII STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.
GEO. T. SULLIVAN
Ship us your cash grain; commis
sion one-half Chicago Board of Trade
259-2G1 LaSalle St., Chicago.
MEMBER CHICAGO OPEN BOARD
NEW YORK, Boston, Milwaukee,
Pittsburg, Detroit, Omaha,
Toledo, Cleveland, St. Louis.
. Send for Sullivan's Famous RED. Letter.
T VR M T V
a a ua vaaia ruwv
7 to 10 p. m. Central Phones: Office 1400 5
Phones: . Office 5707, beaidenee 6307 X
In comfortable Pullman tou
rist sleeper, on fast train with
You save many dollars as
compared vtith high-class ser
vice. It's "Santa Fe all the way."
Cheap colonial tickets, daily,
to June 15.
Personally conducted excur
sions tri-weekly, Chicago and
Kansas City to Los Angeles
ami San Francisco. Also tou
rist sleejiers on daily trains.
Free looks alout California,
tour and cheap lands in south
west. J. II. CONNELL, Gen. Agt.
109 Adams Street, Chicago.