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THE AEGTXS, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1903.
"Will find it to their interest to liuy groceries of
us, a comparison will sliow our prices to "bo the
lowest considering quality of goods.
Beautiful Premiums Free.
Owutonnn Hour, per sack...,
laud S. flour, per sack.......
Woodmen's Choice, per sack..
Rye flour, per sack
lye meal, per sack..,
lira ham flour, per sack
Corn meal, per sack
C.ranulatcd sugar, 20 lbs. for..
Santa Clans soap, S bars for.,
swift's Pride soap, 8 bars for.
Uock Island soap, 11 bars for.
We do not solicit orders from house to house, but will install a
, , ii....t ..w.-rio iuslrinr. in cive us a share of their
patronage. . '.'''.
Cash Grocers, Cor. Seventeenth St. & Fovirth Ave J
Old Phone. West 1301. New Phone 5489.
TBI TRAVELERS' BCIDE.
IHIOAGO. R.'CK ISLAND
,lit lr-'i'll oan fce purchased ft Cltj
TVi(i Ticket oSBoo, 1813 Senona ave
LCi nae, or C , K. I- & f. aepoi
'V Fifth avenue toot of Thirty-
Brat street. Peoria branch depot, toot ot
Twentieth ttree. Frank H. Plumas er. C. P. A.
I KABT. WEST.
Denver limited & Omaha. .
F. Worth, Denver & 1C. C.
Davenport & ChlcaKO
lOtcaba & Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
D Moines & Omaba
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Des Moines Expret- ..
Bt. Paul Klr.nea. "'..
Dourer, Kv Worth & C.
t S:-;5 anc
t 5rJ0 anr
t 9:55 pn!
t 9:25 arc
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
r 9:25 pm
t 7:W 403
t 1:25 pm
t 2:15 pm
t 7:iu am
t 3:25 pm
t 2 3J pm
t 7:10 am
t 9:25 am
t 4:3u pm
tKooa Laland'& Washington
t 2:15 pne
Uclcago s. UCTMiwiia
Roc Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & D Moines,
indar Rapids. Tipton
t 6:00 pro
. . - nn.mv. IkTCTICflW
Trains leave Twentieth street station, jj&m
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
'avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria, Sprlngfieid. St I.
Peoria, Snrlcgfleld, Indian
lnRtoQ. St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
jB: 45 am
Cable & snerrara Jtcoom
Cable & Sherrard Accom
Arrival. tPeparture jumij. exccj
Cay. Phone West 1083, West 1128. West 1423.
r'HICAGO, BUKL1NUTON &
w Oulccv Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
St. Louis, Springfield.
Galesburg, Peoria anC
Bterling, Mendota anC
8t. Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Bterling and pole 1 4 In
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, Ls
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
8. Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDallv except Suaday.
& st. Paul Ku way. u.,
R. L A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois siae oi river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davencort. Clinton "id Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
act and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Kxpress
7:00 am; 8:47 pm
3:45 pm! 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday
Parsengers 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
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
P. R. HOPKINS. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston. Kelthsburg.Oquaw
ka and Burlington.
The Steamer J. W. YOUNG. JR,
Every Monday. Wedneseay and Friday at 4
run ALiFoirrs cstrt ,
Upper. . tnP
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse,
St. 1'aul and points between, steamer
DUBUQUK, May 23, at 10 a. m.
GEORGE LA MO XT, Agt.
Office: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
ephones: Old 1105, new 6105.
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none,
incorporated under the laws of 1111
ols. Established over twelve years,
WILLOW BARK CO..
Tomatoes, per can
Corn. 2 cans for
Yeast foam, per pkr
Holland herring, per pkg
Salt herring, per do.
P.onesless codfish, 2 lbs.-.
Rolled Oats, S lbs. for '
Rolled Avena, 3 pkgs. for
Quart jar sorghum, each
Piccalilli, reg. 10c, for
Dill pickles, per gallon
Large sour pickles, per gallon-.
Chicago Dental Company
II you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you monev. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lirst
class in everv respect. If You are in
need of a set of teeth call and e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling SCH
Silver fillings S0C
Gold fillings, $1 and up 5 .OCJ
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 . . ........ 4. 00
Set of teeth, $ 5 and up 5:00
$15 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'a Drug Store.
Tf 700 haven't retrulnr, hrlthy movement of t h
bowels every dor. on're 111 or will be. Keep yrur
froweia open, and be well. Force, in the hap- rf
violent I'hyaie or pill poison, la danRsmua. Tha
smoothest. eail, moat perfect way of koeplag
the boirela clear and clean ia to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleaaant. Palatable. Potent. Taato Hood. Po
Good, Nevor Piokn. Weakrn or Onpe; 10, 25 and.
80 eenta prr bo. Wr.te for free sample, and Nwk
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New fort.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAIJ
i SOUTH. SOUTHEAST
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connections at Cincinnati from all points
NORTH. EAST AND WEST.
WRITE FOR RATES.
XT. A. SXCKtES, W. P. A Chicago. TIL
. W W T1IIMMAV1HTI KTA 1TrJ n
i; CHAB. ZELL. D. P. A Cincinnati.
w . u. xuux XiAMMVH, U. f. A.. . . Cincinnati.
JOHN VOLK & CO,
Also Manufacturers of Sash . Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, - Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring; of All
Hagle and Double Strength Window
Glass, rolished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass,
til AND 320 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
BEST FOi THE
davenport pots I
Mondnv evenimr iu Xew lork City
occurred the death of Morgan S.
Woodward, a native of Davenport anu
who leaves a number of sisters here
to mourn his death. Mr. Woodward
had for years been one of the lead-
ing insurance representatives in Line-ago,
the family home being at Evan
ston. Recently he removed to Xew
York to onen un a new field there
and his family were shortly to follow
him there for resulence. it was .Mr.
Woodward's wife and daughter who
gained considerable renown by being
imprisoned within the great wans ax
the sieire of Pekin. Something like
a week ago Mr. Woodward contracted
u severe cold which later developed
into grip. A complication of pneu
monia and pleurisy followed, wnicn
was the cause of death. Deceased
was born in Davenport in 1S55, being
n son of 15. 11. Woodward, at onetime
president of the Davenport Xational
bank. The survivors in this city are
flit- foHi:viii? sisters: Mrs. .1. 1.
Phelps, Mrs. Arthur Atkinson, Mrs.
S. 1). lla.wden and Mrs. F. C. drace.
The remains will be brought to lfciv
enport for interment.
One of the. most sensational suits
that has been filed in tlie eoiirt house
for a long time was plaeed on reeord
when Mrs. Anna Wood asked that the
deeree of divoree obtained by her for
mer husband, . Adolph ('. Miehel, be
set aside on the grounds that it was
obtained by fraud and false testi
mony. Mrs. Yoo;l also asks for the
wire of her two ehihlren. who were
taken away from her at the time, and
admits in the petition that she per
mitted the divoree to be granted on
the grounds that her husband had
promised to remarry her iu three
months and because she was ignor
ant of th. law. She also states that
the testimony given by Louisa Brueii
ing, charging her with adultery, was
all false and was a matter that was
fixed up between Miehel and the wo
man for the purpose of obtaining a
divoree. Mrs. Wood states that sinee
the divoree was granted to Miehel she
has been remarried and has obtained
a decree from her second husband
and also that Michel has been remar
ried and his second wife has died.
Yesterday afternoon .ludge House
imposed sentence upon Henry Kuhni.
the unspeakable criminal, for a sec
ond time convicted before the Scott
county court. Kuhni had formerly
been sentenced to the penitentiary
for life, but as he has gone blind since
his former trial the judge exercised
cltmeiicv and sent him to rort Mail
ison for 10 years. The judge remark
ed that God hail punished the man
with blindness and took into consul
eratioii the term of servitude which
he has already served. Kuhni will be
taken to prison at once.
John Littig has brought suit against
the city of Davenport for the loss of
his team ami wagon that went over
the city dump last March. Mr. Littig,
it will be remembered, had just pur
chased the team and had taken pos
session of his property that morning.
He drove to the city dump with a load
of garbage and the bank gave away,
letting the horses down the bank and
through the ice into the river below,
IJoth horses were drowned and the
wairon was hndlv injured before it
was taken out. Mr. Littig filed a
statement with the city some time
ago asking for compensation for the
loss of his team, but the committee
to whom it was referred returned an
adverse report. Now Mr. Littig in
tends to force his claim and has
brought suit. The amount asked is
A raving maniac, cursing everyone
and tearing the clothes from his body
until he was naked, righting with ev
eryone that came to his cell, such
was the condition that Deputy Eggers
left Julius Kami at Kansas City. Dej-
uty Eggers arrived home yesterday
and he states that Kami was the
worst prisoner that he ever handled
All night long on the way down the
man raved and tore, fighting every
one that came near him. and cursing
men and women alike.
The Tri-City Kailway company has
begun the work of distributing tin'
rails along Eighth and Glnes streets
for the proposed Northwest Daven
port loop or extension, the ordinance
which was recommended for pas
sage by the city council.
Two bids were received yesterday
for the completion of the library
building and the prospect are that
work will be resumed on the building
in a short time. The two bidders
were I!awnn & Son, of Iowa City
and John Volk & Co.. of Hock Island
While the. exact amount of the bids
is not to be given out' until the bond
company takes some action, it is
stated that the bid of Haw son & Son,
of Iowa City, was the lowest and that
the contract will be awarded them
The bid was a trifle over $.'?0V0K). The
bid of Volk & Co., it is understood,
was somewhat higher and was in the
neighborhood of $33,000.
Jj. P. McCIarren, formerly editor of
the Davenport Republican and who is
now a resident of Ottumwa, will re
turn to his former position, succeed
ing Malcom MeKinnon at the end of
the present week. Mr. MeKinnon has
not yet decided what his future
course will be.
Mme. Ratozzi, the noted beauty and
singer, says: "My face is much fair
er, the rose deepens in my cheeks, my
eyes grow brighter' since taking
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. T. U.
Thomas' pharmacy. ' t '
IN THE SUBURBS.
Port Byron, ,May 20 There w ill be
mothers' meeting at the high school
Friday afternoon. This is the last
meeting of theyear.
J. L. Elickinger is having the interi
or aim exterior of liis coal othce
brightened with paper and pnint.
The Christian Endeavor society will
give a social at tne academy Saturday
There is now an, epidemic of raeas-
els prevalent among the children of
Mail Carrier S. A. Allen, left the
rural route long enough Monday to
accompany his wife to Hock Island.
Steve is rarely seen away from his
post of duty.
Madge Schafer went to visit last
week at the resilience of Jesse Simp
son in Kic township, ami while there
was bitten by Simpson's dog. Medi
cal assistance was called to dress the
wound, and it is hoped there will be
no further serious trouble.
Next Sabbath at the Methodist
church there will be memorial servi
ces, when Rev. Shaw, of the Congrega
tional church will preach the memori
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark and son, of
San Francisco, are here visiting Mr.
lark's parents who reside on South
Some light-fingered person reached
through a broken pane of glass at
L. S. Pearsall's store Wednesday even
ing, and removed from the .how win
dow a bolt, of cloth.
Miss Eflie Pratt and George Mat-
terson drove over from Erie last Sun
day to spend the day with the family
of Thomas E. Caverlv.
Miss I'luiiia Corrin. one of Mobile's
popular school teachers, visited with
her sister, Mrs. Clarence Spaid, Satur-
Mrs. Carrie White and little daugh
ter Ruth, of Audubon, la., are visiting
Grandma Garnett and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davy and
family returned Monday to their
home in Lyons.
Miss I'.ertha Rogers, who has spent
the winter in California, is expeeted
home next month.
A. D. Dailey, editor of the Clinton
Herald, was a pleasant caller in town
Preparations are oemg made for an
old time box social at the residence of
John lluntlev. May 2(5. '
ia. May 20. Mrs
Andalusia. May 20. Mrs. A.
Smith visited friends in Rock It
Miss Marv Eggars is visitin
II. Li tiokman's.
Mrs. Charles Huntley visited in Rock
Island last week.
Louis E. Hrooknian and wife arrived
from Central City last week.
Mrs. Ren Fountain aim children
spent Sunday with Mrs. Tom Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. David Finley and little
daughter, of Reynolds, visited rela
tives last Sunday.
The dinner git en at Mrs. J. C. l'ur
goyne's last week netted the ladies
the sum of $11. -to.
Mrs. A. K. Claypool, accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Bowser, was over
from RufTalo one day last week call
ing on old friends.
The Queen nml Her Coirs.
The kings of Bavaria have long de
rived a profit from certain breweries In
Munich, and now Queen Wllholmina of
Holland i.s making money by selling
milk and butter. Her first step in this
direction was when she induced her
husband. Prince Henry, to buy several
cows, which were placed on the rich
land adjoining the castle of Loo. The
cows prospered exceedingly, and the
queen was so pleased with the success
of the experiment that she instructed
the manager of her estates to visit sev
eral stock farms and to purchase thirty
of the best cows that could Ik? obtained
in Holland. This has been dot e, and
milk and butter of excellent quality are
now being sold from the royal farm.
Brlggs Do you couslder Mercer
much of a French scholar?
Griggs Pretty fair. He understands
the language sufficiently well not to at
tempt to speak It. Boston Transcript.
OIL FOR THE BODY
You can't lose an atom
without feeling it. The body
is like an engine, a watch,
a machine; must be kept in
good order to run right.
That's the reason Scott's
Emulsion is so successful in
all wasting diseases. It feeds,
nourishes and strengthens
when ordinary food won't.
Doctors say Scott's Emul
sion is the best nourishment
for those who are not as well
as they should be.
We use the whole oil in
Scott's Emulsion because the
great reputation of cod liver
oil as a food and medicine
was made by using it in this
way. Substitutes in the shape
of wines, cordials, extracts,
etc., should be carefully
- We'll tend T ample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Perl Street, New York.
Mobile's Y. M. C. A. building will be
dedicated Thursday evening with an
appropriate program in which men
prominent in the city and in Y. M. C.
A. work will participate. Hie build
ing will be open all day for inspec
tion, and in the evening the program
will be caried out. The Svea quartet
will sing, I. E. Brown, state Y. M. C.
A. secretary, will tell of securing the
building; D. W, Connell will sing; Rev.
W. M. Story will make the dedicatory
prayer; J. W. Warr will speak for the
business men and C. E. White for the
factories; E. A. llalsey, of Chicago,
will give, the dedicatory address. The
program will also include additional
numbers numbers by the Sveas and
The teachers of the Ericsson build
ing went out to the Watch Tower af
ter school Monday, where they par
took of an elaborate bantpiet. When
the last course had been served the
following toasts were wittily respond
ed to by different teachers: "The En
gaged Teacher," "The teachers who
are not engaged yet even for next
year," "Of all sail words of tongue or
pen, the saddest are these, it might
have been I." "While there's life,
Members of the high school alumni
have rallied to the rescue of their as
sociation, and at a meeting Monday
evening at the home of Mrs. Daisy
Silvis, it was decided to hold the usual
reunion following the graduation of
the high school class. Plans are be
ing made for the event to be held at
the Watch Tower Tuesday evening.
June 2, and special effort is to be
made to arouse enough interest to
get out a gootl attendance.
A host of Odd rellows from Savan
na, Sabula, Clinton, Lyons, Camanche,
Princeton. LcClaire and other cities is
to participate in the local Odd Fel
lows memorial serxices Sunday, June
I I, The visitors will come here on an
excursion, either over the D.. R. I.
N. W. or by steamer, and will arrive
here at 10 ji. in. in tune to partici
pate in the parade to the cemetery.
Charles Forsherg struck his if
in the face on the street and for his
cowardly act was fined $5 yesterday.
She is suing for divorce. After th
trial yesterday she ppave way. to such
nervous collapse u.phvsieian had to
The banks iu this city are talking t
closing miring the summer months on
Saturday afternoon from 12::o to 1
o'clock iu the evening. Factory of
fices, lawyers ami other lines of busi
ncss have agreed to close and tin
banks have practically decided to
adopt the innovation.
As is customary the local patriotic
societies will observe Memorial Sun
day next Sunday, May 24. The ser
vices will be held in the First Congre
gational church and will be partici
pated in by all the local patriotic so
cieties, (iraham post. No. :U2. Grand
Army of the Republic, will have
charge of the services, but will be a.
sisteti ov an omer organizations t no
Iulies of the (i. A. R., I'nion Veterans'
I'nion. the Women's Relief Corps, La
dies Aid society and Wellington Wood
camp, Sons of Veterans.
The saloon men threaten to retali
ate on the city for the recent order
ot .Mayor Skinner ami m the mean
time may make war on the Elk's clul
to demand that it either shut up or
pay a license and close after 11 and
on Sunday. A prominent saloonkeeper
who believes in the recent law en
forcement declared that if Mayor
Skinner is sincere in his crusade he
will demand a license of the club just
as the mayor of Waukegan has done
They are awaiting such a move on hi
part. If the Elk's are undisturbed tin
saloomueii threaten to organize simi
lar duos among their patrons, issue
nieniiiership nooks with ilrink coupons
and do away with the city license. If
it holds in one case they say they can
do likewise and the city will be the
loser by about $2.1,000 a year.
"Neath a magnificent display of
Mowers, white roses and white earna
liens, set pieces ami sprays, all that
was mortal of Rev. Robert Corwin
r.ryant lay in state yesterday fore
noon that all who wished might look
for the last time on the lace of
clearly loved pastor and friend. The
services were held at 10 o'clock, the
church lx'ing filled to the vestibules
and parlors. Rev. C. E. Hewitt, of the
I'niversitv of Chicago, who was to
have preached the funeral sermon
could not be located in time, antl Rev.
C. E. Taylor of the Raptist church of
Hock Island, officiated. The pallbear
ers were all deacons of the church,
L. D. Edwards. J. H. Wendell. E. S.
Chase, Thomas Truxell. James Xodcn
and F. M. Sinnet. The remains were
sent to Wheaton on the 1:30 train for
The case brought against Sam
Arndt, of Rock Island, for breaking a
plate glass window at Woodyatt's
cigar store has been continued until
Monday. Arndt found that the pro
prietor of the store had substituted
another sign in one of his advertising
frames. He threw a cigar cutter at
i and it went through a plate glass
For Orer Sixty Tear
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used toi children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea,
cents a bottle.
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
U & fil lilted
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as
Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Head
ache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after
meals. Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills
Flushings of Heat, I,oss of Appetite, Short
ness of Breath, Costiveness, Blotches on the
Skin. Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams
and all Nervous and Trembling- Sensations.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN
TWENTY, MINUTES- This is no fiction.
Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one
Box of these Pills, and tli-y will lie ack
nowledged to bo WITHOUT A RIVAL.
BEECHAM'SFILLS taken as direc
ted, will quickly restore Females tocomplete
health. They promptly remove any obstruo
tion or irregularity of the system. For a
theyact like majric a few doses will work
wonders upon the Vital Organs; Strengthen
ing the muscular Svstem, restoring the long
lost Complexion, bringing back the keen
edge of appetite, ana arousing -with the
Roubnd of Health the whole phy
sical energy of the human frame. Thesa
are "facts" admitted by thousands, in all
classes of society, and one of the best guar
antees to the Nervous and Debilitated is
that BKECHAM'S PILLS have the
Largest Sale of any Patent
Medicines in the World.
Iter chain's Pills have been before
the .public lor - half a century,
and are the iiiot popular family
medicine. No teatlnionialnare pub
Halted, as llcechanig fills
Prepared only by Thomas Beecham
St. Helenst England.
Suld everywhere ia lluxec 10c. and 25c.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's qualitj' thac retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of tho
combustible part of it, leaving1 a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessons your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The roal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the. good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
Vnni" I ifa.... n..l
Vou can be cured of any form of tobacco tiding
easil, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAC.
that makes weak men strong. M.inj- Rain
teii pounds in ten da vs. Over BOO.OOO
cured. All druRfrists. Cure jruarautt-ed. Book
let and advice FREE. Address STIRLING
LKMJii)Y CO, Chicago or New York ATI
15he Doctors Are Here
Three Months' Service will be Given FREE to a.11
Invalids who ca.ll Before June 30,
A taiT of eminent physicians and surgeons from the Pacific Med
ical Institute have decided to establish a permanent office of the In
stitution in IJock Island. A location has been secured at -C-j Fourth
avenue (near Twenty-third street).
These doctors have decided t give their services entirely free for
three months (mcilicincs excepted) to all inxalids who call upo.it them
for treatment before .lime .'ID.
These services consist not only f consultation, examination an 1
advice, but also of all minor surgical operation.
The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and per
sonally acquainted with the sick and ufilicted. and under no condi
tions will any charge be made for any serxices rendered for three
months to all who call before .lune. :;.
The doctors treat all forms of disease and guarantee a cure in
every ease they undertake. You will be thoroughly examined; if in
curable you are frankly and kindly told so
Diseases of the bladder, kidneys, stomach and liver, lungs, heart,
blood, skin and nerves are positively cured by their new treatment.
OFFICE IIOFKS: 0 a. in. to s p. m.
Before selecting the place for your summer vacation you ought to send
for a copy of our "Handbook of Colorado." This handy little book does not
attempt a description of the wonderful scenery and climate, but it does give
definite information in regard to the resorts, hotels, boarding houses and
ranches in Colorado.
It tells where they are located, how they are reached, what the principal
attractions are, the cost of board by the week and the month, the names
and addresses of the proprietors. At many of them capital fare and
excellent quarters can lie secured at from $8 to $10 per week and upward.
Teoplo of moderate means can well afford to spend the summer in Colo
rado, as the Burlington Route will sell tickets throughout the season at about
half the regular rates -on certain days even less than half. Delightful
side-trips can be made from Colorado to the Black Hills and to Yellowstone
Park at little cost.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent,
Office, C. B. & Q. R. R. Depot, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Telephone, West 1180.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ARGUS,
display of fruits and vegetables
can always be found here We
aim to g-et everything the mar
ket affords and have it fresh.
Order your Sunday supply of
us and you'll be pleased.
Couliflower Oreen onions.
Parslev. Hea Lettuce.
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