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THE AUGTJS, TIIUHSDAY; APRIL. 1G. 1903.
Mull's Grape Tonic Cures Constipation.
When the eewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
into the 6treets where it decays and rots, spreading disease-
I f The undigested food backs into the system
H H t 11
CJ them to eyery tissue.just as the water works
C" of a city forces impure water into every
I H strength and health.
rich, red blood. As a laxative its action is immediate and posi
tive, gentle and natural. Mull$ Grape Tonic is guaranteed or money back.
Send 10c. to Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, III., for larger
s&mpie noma, au aruggtsta sea
has great and rare bargains in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Iiicyeles, and
all other kinds of goods. These goods have not been redeemed and will be
6old at a great sacrifice. 320 Twentieth street. Thone brown C63.
TH TBATELEB8' GUIDE.
"CHICAGO. RjOK ISlANL'
ITiiV AFaclflc Railway Ticket!
hn can be purchased t Cltj
Ticket office. ISIS Second ave
nue, or O , R- L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
first street. ? Peoria branch depot, foot of
Tw: itieth street. Frank H. Piumaxer, C. P. A.
I KAST. WIST.
4JBVAr limited & Omaha.. It 3:45 &a
F worth. Denver & K. C. t o:m an
Minneapolis 6:45 am
Davenport & Chicago t 7:b0 r
iOmaa & Minneapolis... H2:45 an
Colorado & Omaha r 1:85 put
Dea Moines & Omaha 12:'0 arc
Denrer, Lincoln & Omaha. 3:40 am
Dea Moines Express t 215 ptr
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis .. 3:40 air
Denver. Fv Worth & K. C. 5:15 aa
tKaosasClty.St Joe & Calif. I1:10 ptr
iRoctt Island & Washington 1:CS pa
Ctaicstra & DesMolr-s t 2:15 pa
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac 4:S3 pa.
tr,h 5:45 prr
Omaht& Des Moines t 6:00pm
1m a - R.ptds, Tipton . I0:37 am
t 7:00 pic
t 9:55 pre
t 0:25 am
r 3:00 am
t e:53 am
t 0 as mn
t 7:10 am
r 3:25 pre
t 2 3J pa
t 7:10 am
t 9:35 am
2: 2 pm
t 4:?0 pre
BOCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time given.
L.SAVK. AHKi VS
Feo.U, bpribgaeid, at. L,
t S: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bioom-
ington, at. louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
Cable & Sherrard Accom
Cable & Sterrard Accom
Arrival. tPeparture iDaily. except Sun
day. Fnone west 1093, west irm. w est wo.
avenue and Twentieth street
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
6:35 an fl:35 am.
tS:05 an t3.35 am
s 7:25 pu 7:10 pm
f7:25 pre t7:10 pa
s7:40 pm fl:2S am
7:00 am 7:00 pm
87:00 am 7:00 pm
St- Louis, Sprliigneld
Galesburg, Peoria ar.f
Sterling. Mendota and
St. Louis, Kansas Cit-.
Denver and Pacltic
Sterling and points in
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, La
Croeie, ft. Paul, MLcs.
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
a Stop at hock Island 23 minutes for meals.
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
A St. Paul Railway. IX,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
1TT UFA 71 1
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river
Trains for Free port aid Milwaukee will rux
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for point
ast and west.
TBAIN3. I LIAVI. I A Bit! VS.
Dubuaue and St. Paul Pas-
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
A U trains dally exoept Sunday
Paesengera for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
AND RETURN VIA
Big Four Route
Account Convention of
Nat. Manufacturers' Ass.
April 15 to 17, 1903.
Tickets to New Orleans, La., and
return will le on sale April 11, 12 and
13, 1003. from all points on the "Riff
Four," Cincinnati Northern and D. &
U. R. R., at half rates.
Tickets will be gond for return to
reach original starting point not la
ter than April 19, 1)()3, unless exten
sion of retsrn limit is availed of.
By depositing ticket with special
agent at New Orleans not earlier than
April 12, nor later than April 10, and
on payment of 50 cents fee, an exten
sion 0 return limit may be obtained,
to. reach original starting point not
later than April 30, 1003.
For full information and particu
lars as to rates, tickets, limits, call
on agents "Big Four Route," or ad
drsa the undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH,
OenT Pass. & Ticket Agt.
. ' W. P. DEPPE, .
' - Asst. O. P. & T. Agt.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. An Peoria, 111.
creatlnff germs throughout the entire city.
An emdemic of sickness follows. It is the
when the bowels fail to work.
"""v ana there it rots ana decays, i? rom this
festering mass the blood saps up all the dis
ycase germs, and at every heart beat carries
nouse. xne oniy way to cure a condition
like this is to cure the constipation. Pills
and the ordinary cathartics will do no good.
HULL'S GRAPE TOniC
is a crushed fruit tonic-laxative
which permanently cures the affliction.
The tonic properties contained in the grape
go into every afilicted tissue and creates
It will quickly restore lost flesh and make
regular eizea oocues tor bo cis.
(let aboard at Kock Island,
(iet off at Los Angeles, , Han
Francisco 1 r Portland, Ore.
That is what the Bock Island
offers, " ,
Extraordinarily low rates to
Pacific coast points daily until
Full information on request.
Call or write.
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A., Rock Island.
I snfrercd the tortures of tle
daiuncd wUh iiroirudin l ilcs. l)ror.-ht on by
consti;)i.tion with whic!i I wus aftuctt'd for
twenty years. 1 run across your CASCARETS
in the tovn of N jwcll. Ia.. iiixl never found any
thing tocriiiil them. Today X am culircly free
from I'ilcs und feel like a new msm."
C H. Keitz. if 1 1 Jones St., Sioux City, lx
Pleasant. Palatablf. Potent, Tasto Good. Do
Good, Xuvur Siukcu, W'eakcu or Gripe. 10c, iic. 50c.
Sterling Rrmrdj Company, Chicago, Montreal, New Tork. 312
I'fl-Tft RAO Sold and iriinranteed by all drag
nU"l U-DAU eistn to CCKt Tobacco Habl.
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connections at Cincinnati from all point
NORTH, EAST AND WEST. -
WRITE FOR RATES.
-J'35S5J'E:R P. A Chicago. Til.
. P. BROWN. N. E. P. A. Ietrolt. Michl
W,y. DUNNAVANT. I.PA Warren a
CH AS. ZELIi, D. P. A. Cincinnati.
W. O. KINEAKSON. Q. P. A.-. . .Cinciinlul
r4TIVl3"ar" TOBACCO SPIT
WlM 8 nd SMOKE
Fou'caa be cored of any form of tobacco tuiua
easilj be made well, strong, mant-tic. full ol
new life and vifror by taking ffO-TO.DJLn
that makes wealc men strong. RfanvVain
teii pounds in ten daya. Over SOO.OOO
cured. All dnigpists. Cure guaranteed. Boot
let and advice FREE. Address STEXLING
tBMEDY CO hicao or New YockT 37
DowT Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only hy Madison Aledl
cine Co., Madison, Wis. it
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each packs?.
I 'rice, 35 cents. Naver sols
In bulk. - Accept no vbstt
tats. Ask your arugxUt
The state convention of the ltoyal
Arcanum, elected at the meting that
closed yesterday as follows: Grand
regent, Fred W. Wilson, Ottumwa;
grand vice regent, 15. F. Stratton, Des
Moines; grand orator, A. Trediek,
Davenport; grand secretary, II. A
Snyder, Waterloo; grand treasurer, A.
K. Brock, Council IUuff.s; grand chap
lain, t. A. laylor, Cedar Hapuis;
grand guide.W. C. Mossman, Daven
port; grand warden, E. P. Hazen, Ft.
Madison; grand sentry, K. P. Drake,
Des Moines; grand trustees, A. Hart
ung, Des Moines; J. K. Dysart, Ot
tumwa; and L. P. Severin of Cedar
Falls; finance .committee, Charles M
Dickson, Sioux City; Charles N. l'eno.
Council Bluffs; Charles O. Ballitt of
A. D. Kydquist, a theological stu
dent of Augustaua college, Uock Isl
and, was the first witness to testify
in the case of P. W. McManus, ad
ministrator in the estate ofChristo-
pher and FUsworth Leonidas vs the
Diamond Jo Line steamers and Dan
Breen mi trial here. The case is one
wherein damages in the sum of $15
000 are asked for because of the al
leged unwarranted shooting of the
two medicine men on board the
steamer Dubuque about noon of July
S, 1902, just off the Davenport shore.
Witness Hydquist was a passenger
on board the boat and had been hold
ing conversation with the two Leoni
dascs before Mate Breen ordered
them with profane language, as he
testified, to move their baggage to
another part of the lower deck, lie
described the altercation on the boat
which led up to the tragedy wherein
the two , medicine men. lost
their lives. The plaintiff is
represented by Frank A. Cooper and
Letts fc MctJee and the defendants
by Hurd. Linehan & Kissel, of l)n
buque; Ely & Bush and William M
Chamberlain. Judge Linehan is pres
ent at the trial.
Melinda Lorran has filed an action
in equity against her son Charles Lo
cal, wherein she alleges that tw
years ago he went into the Klondike
and since then has never been heard
of. She believes him to have perished,
and states that she has used everv
possible diligence in inquiring as to
his whereabouts without success. She
therefore asks the court to order the
sale of land which he is heir to. and
its division among the other legatees.
The Tri-City Street Uaihvay com
pany Tuesday through E. E. Cook con
veyed as a gift to the Schuetzen Park
association, and F. T. Blunck its presi
dent, two and one-half acres of land
adjoining the terminus of its track
at the park. The land was conveyed
for the customary $1 and adds that
many more acres to the park.- The
land thus donated to the park form
erlv belonged to Eniil (leisler. who
sold it to the street, car company.
At 8 o'clock last evening at the
home tif the bride's parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. Gerhard Seebode, Uev. A. D.
Grief officiating at the marriage of
William Bock, the well known candy
maker at. the lioddew ig-iSchmidt
Candy company's plant, and popular
member of the Peerless club, and
Miss Anna Marie Seebode, one of the
popular young ladies of Northwest
Davenport. The ceremony was held
at the parents' home, l'.V.'S Liberty
street. The young couple will be at
home to their friends at their resi
dence on Fifteenth street and Mar
quette after May 1.
There was another cdse of smallpox
reported to the board of health yes
terday. The patient is a 6-year-old
child named Adam Butler, who re
sides with his parents at --'-- llock
ingham road. The case has been quar
antined. TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
Qu?en & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
One hundred miles
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
"The Land of tbo Sky."
This is the title of an attractive
booklet just issued by the passenger
department of the Southern railway,
descriptive of western North Caro
lina. The lyok is beautifully illus
trated and gives the prospective tour
ist an excellent idea of the attrac
tions of the charming mountain coun
try. To those contemplating a trip,
for either health or pleasure, during
the spring or summer, it would be
well to apply to a representative of
the Southern railway for a copy of
A Sprlne and Summer Tonic.
Go to the glorious mountains of
western North Carolina, the "Land of
the Sky"-and "Sapphire Country," a
natural paradise at all times of the
year, a pleasant spot, full of life, of
color and enjoyment, rich with pos
sibilities for health and recreation.
For temperature and climate it is un
excelled. TveacLj by the Southern
Write for descriptive book of "The
Land of -the Sky," mailed free, upon
application to J. S. McCullough, 2f. W.
P. A. Southern railway, 223 Dearborn
street, Chicago, 111.
C. B. & Q- Railway.
Beginning Feb. 15 and continuing
until June 15, we will have on sale
one way excursion tickets to San
Francisco and Los Angeles at rate
of thirty-one dollars ($31).
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Pu
get Sound points, thirty dollars
Salt Lake City, Ogden, Butte and
Helena, twenty-six dollars ($20).
Inquire 'phone 1180, C, B. & Q. tick
et agent, depot Twentieth street and
80 to California and Return.
On May 3 and 12, to and including
the 18th, the Kock Island will have on
sale first class round trip tickets to
Los Angeles or San Francisco at rate
of $50. Stoj-overs both going and re
turning. Choice of routes. Can go
via Denver and Salt Lake or via El
Paso, with through service. Call or
write F. H. Plummer, C. P. A., 1813
St. Loula Dedication Ceremonies Louisiana
The C, B. & Q. railway will sell
round trip tickets to St. Louis April
26 to May 1, good to return until MaV
4, for $J.40. Call or telephone C, B
& Q. depot ofiice, Twentieth street
and Second avenue. 'Phone 1180.
Western North Carolina In the Sprlne.
Western North Carolina is attract
ive at any season of the year, but
certainly during the spring months,
when the trees are budding and the
flowers blooming, what could be more
inviting than a trip to this beautiful
The months of April and May in the
land of the sky and Sapphire conn
try, including Asheville and Hot
Springs, N. C, are very enjoyable.
I he climate at this season is deliiht
ful, the scenery most beautiful and
the opportunities for the enjoyment
of sport, including golf, cannot be
The hotels in this region afford the
very best accommodations. f you
wish to know something of this de
lightful region, communicate with
your nearest ticket agent, or address
J. S. McCullough, N. W. P. A. South
ern railway, 225 Dearborn street, Chi
Cheap Homes In Texas and Arkansas
Along the Cotton Belt Boute land
that can be bought for $2.00 and $5.00
an acre and up cut-over, timber
ground that makes good grazing land,
furnishing range ten or eleven months
of the year, farming land for corn,
wheat, oats, cotton some of it pe
culiarly adapted to quick gTowth and
early maturity of fruits and vegeta
bles, such as peaches, pears, plums,
strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, -on
ions, cabbage, melons finding good
markets in the north at fancy prices,
on account of excellence of quality
and earlier maturity than, in other
sections. An ideal place for the man
of small means cheap fuel, cheap
building material, long growing sea
sons, short, mild winters a land of
sunshine and plenty. . Let us send you
literature descriptive of this country.
"Homes in the Southwest," "Glimp
ses of Southeast Missouri, Arkansas
and N. W. Louisiana," "Through Tex
as with a Camera," "Fortunes in
Growing Fruit and Vegetables," "The
Diversier," a fruit and truck growers'
On first and third Tuesdays of each
month the Cotton Belt Koute will sell
one-way tickets from St. Louis,
Thebes, Cairo and Memphis, to points
in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, at
half the one-way rate plus $2.00, or
round trip tickets at one fare for the
round trip plus $2.00, allowing stop
over going, and 21 days return limiV
For full information, address
E. W. LaBEAUMjE,
, ' ' O. P. fc T. A., St. LouisV iifc
Severe Attack ot Grip Cored by One IJottle
ot Chamberlain's Couch Remedy.
"When I had an attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actual
ly cured myself with one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy," says
Frank W. Perry, editor of the Enter
prise, Shortsville, N. Y. "This is the
honest truth. I at times kept from
coughing myself to pieces by taking
a teaspoonful of this remedy, and
when the coughing spell would come
on at night I would take a dose and
it seemed that in the briefest inter
val the cough would pass off and I
would go to sleep perfectly free from
cough and its accompanying pains.
To say that the remedy acted as a
most agreeable surprise is putting it
very mildly. I had no idea that it
would or could knock out the grip,
simply because I had never tried it
for such a purpose, but it did, and it
seemed with the second attack of
coughing the remedy caused it to not
only be of less duration, but the pains
were far less severe, and I had not
used the contents of one bottle before
Mr. Grip had bid me adieu." For sale
by all druggists.
A Thourhtfol Man.
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the hour of need.
His wife had such an unusual case of
stomach and liver trouble, phj'sieians
could not help her. He thought of and
tried Dr. King s New Life Tills and
she got relief at once and was finally
cured. Only 25c, at Hartz & Ullemey-
r's drug star
Don't Accept a Substitute !
-When you ask for Cascarets be
sure you get the genuine Cascarets
Candy Cathartic! Don't accept
fraudulent substitutes, imitations or
counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamp
ed C. C. C. Never sold in bulk.
All druggists, ioc.
The inter-class meet at the .high
school has been, set for Wednesday
afternoon, and will be pulled off on
the school's dirt track. The track
has a 100-yard straightaway, and will
be sufficient for all the events, as the
meet is just a try-out. From the
bunch of material that reports Wed
nesday the representatives for the
tri-city meet that comes off the 23th
will be picked. On account of the bad
weather the new quarter-mile cinder
track, now under way at the Athletic
Field, is not in condition to be worked
on. It is therefore the wish of the
athletic management of the high
school to have the meet held at the
Davenport Mile track and to make it
a tri-city instead of the tri-city invi
tation. Garfield Wolstencrof t, 21 years of
age last August, died Tuesday night
at Jhe home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah
A. Wolsteiicroft, 2031 Fifth avenue, of
tuberculosis, after suffering since the
first of the year. The young man,
known familiarly to his friends as
"('if," was educated in the public
schools of Moline and for the last few
years was employed as a driller by
Deere & Co. He formerly belonged
to the Moline Athletic club, was popu
lar with its members, and prominent
in amateur boxing circles among the
young element of Moline and often
appeared in preliminary mills before
the Athletic club. He leaves his moth
er, who at one time conducted .the
Phoenix hotel and restaurant on
Third avenue, ami four brothers.
Evert, George, Harry and Charles, al
so five sisters. Mrs. Sam Lofgren.
Mrs. C. Ma pes, Mrs. A. Haire, Mrs. C.
Sill and Jennie at home.
Members of the executive board of
the Industrial Brotherhood of Black
smiths in session at the headquarters
in this city, have received word tell
ing them why Member J. G. McDaid,
of San Francisco, will not be here for
the meeting this week. Coming to
Moline he was thrown from the train
while it was running at a rapid rate
and is now confined in a hospital in
Kansas City suffering from concussion
of the brain. In passing from one car
to another he was thrown from the
platform as the car rounded a curve.
He has not recovered consciousness
enough to tell of the accident.
Friends of the members of the
school board whose terms expire this
year, have launched a ticket in the in
terest of their reelection. Dr. A. M.
Beal is named as president, and .1. F.
Liiulvall and F. II. Cocper for reelec
tion, with John Swanson named to
till the unexpired term of C. H. Bo
man. Mrs. Harry Ainsworth is named
to succeed Mrs. Mary K. Entrikin.
Another step in a move towards -u
Greater Moline has been taken by the
establishment of boundaries of the
tract of land east of the city. City
Civil Engineer Paddock has establish
ed the lines at the 'instigation of the
committee at work on the matter, and
all the available and desirable land
whose owners are disposed to favor
annexation has been included. The
east city limits is the western boun
dary of the tract desired annexed
and the river the northern boundary.
The eastern boundary is the line of
township IS, a half-mile this side of
Watertown road, and the southern
limit is the old Flack & Bean Indian
boundary line, equivalent to the e
tension in a direct line eastward of
Eleventh avenue in Healv's addition
except for a jog of half a mile to per
m it of including the entire Cady farm
within the city limits.
.lull ii Torsell mil family left vpk
terday for Sheldon, la., where they
will locate on a farm. They are lonir
time residents here and many friends
will regret their departure, though all
will wish them the best, of success
in their new life. As a token of re
membrance, the ladies fcocietv of the
Free Swedish Evancelical church lire-
sented ..Mrs. jorseu wnn a oeauinui
lot of table linen Monday evening.
. ... 1 . - ,
January holds the record in the last
fiscal vear of the city for the irreatest
amount of water pumped in any single
month. Usually the summer months
hold the record, but last year the wet
weather made sprinkling unnecessary,
and the high average of the winter
imlhths js attributed to the needless
waste of water by natrons who allow
he water to run for fear of freezing
n the pipes.
Three nurses-will be graduated from
the city hospital at the anual exer
cises of the training school to be held
n June. The three graduates are:
Miss Eoith Miller. Miss Carrie Lind-
uist. Miss Lvdia McClelland. The Wo
man's Hospital asociation yesterday
ifternoon set June lb as the late or
he graduating exercises.
Manufacturers' lodge. No. 45. I. O.
O. F., Tuesday evening heard the
most gratifying report made in the
ustory of the linlge. the figures snow
how the lodge to be on an excellent
financial basis; and are a tribute to
the. efficient management of the oth
ers. A smoker was the feature of
the evening incident to the installa-
ion of the following officers: X. G.,
F. W. Anderson; V. G.. F. 11. Kennedy;
recording secretary, Herman Harms;
treasurer, L. A.- inton; K. !". -N. i.,
r. A. Evans; L. S. X. G.. Xamo Lun-
deen; It. S. V. G. John Union; L, S.
V. G.. John Bnrgeson; O. S. G.. Henry
Ilintz; conductor, S. Love joy; K. S. S,
Robert Thornton; L. S. S. Jacob
Brown; representative, Milton hpratt;
alternate, George Freeland; chaplain,
William Hedlmg; financial committee,
P. G. Simmon, L. Quick, E. Blair.
! Beardsley & Baiiey, Agents. W
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 dif
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, STETSOX
and HAWES can be seen
Rock island, ill.
spii1xg styles now ready.
iiarpeu house block.
10c Per Copy
Get the hits while they
You can keep in touch with the lat
est in good music by calling occa
sionally at our store, as, we are con
stantly receiving shipments direct
from the publihers who write the
REAL HITS. We carry only the l est
publications, such as those of M. Wit-
mark, Joseph W. Stern, Whit ney. War
ner & Co., F. A. Mills, Sol Bloom, Yan
dersloot Music company, and Howley,
Haviland & Dresser. The largest stock
of the lcst music in the city at the
1609-1009 Second Avenue.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Time - tried Com
Rates as low as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
Your patronage is
g- Vm y7
cago for Los Angeles every week. A most com
fortable, interesting and satisfactory way to go.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent C. B. & Q. R. R.,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL. ; ... . .
SIRAIGHTgf CIGAR Y DJ ' P Sty 1 ?
for Cigars rtot.soo'od
with its lovely seaside resorts,
orange groves, beautiful gar
dens and quaint old mission
towns is visited every
year by thousands ot
tourists who travel
over the Union
Pacific, b e c a u se
it is the best
est route, '
San Francisco from
Omaha sixteen hours
ahead of all competitors.
It is the only line running
Four Personally Conducted Ex
cursions to Calif oi nia every week
For full information call on
W. G. NEIMYER, G. A.
193 South Clark St.,
Half a million dollars is the
expense of new equipment
this sea.-on on the California
You pay nothing extra for
added comfort. For seven
seasons the choice of travel
ers who require perfect serv
ice. Very cheap round trip tick
ets to California May " and
May 12 to IS.
"Santa Fe all the way,"
Chicago and Kansas City to
Los Angeles, San Diego and
San Francisco. Interesting
H. D. MACK,
Thone West 1268. 210 Eighteenth St.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
b'ght, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the (rood things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
For a Ticket to
From now until the middle of Jane, California is a
veritable fairy land- The climate, as everyone
knows, is mild and delightful. The flowers are
luxuriant, the fruiU are ripening, and everything
is green and beautiful.
The trip out there is so intensely interesting (our
route is through picturesque Colorado), it can be
made in such com fort, a ml the cost is so little, that
really, if one has the time to go, it will not pay to
stay here during the miserable Spring weather.
There are a lot of hotels and boarding houses
in California where you can live nicely for
from $7 to ?15 a week. If you will kindly ask
Frank A. Hart he will tell you all about it and
send you a folder giving particulars about our
" Personally Conducted " parties which leave Chi