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THE ABGTIS, SATURDAY, JTJJNE 27 1903.
;Very Low Ope Wayanci Round? Trip Rate to
the Northwest via; the.
One-way - colonist tickets on sale until
Round trip homeseekers' tickets on sale
first and- third Tuesdays, April, May and
June, at the rate of one fare plus $2 for
round trip. .
For information write at once to
Charles ' S, Fee, G. P. & T. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
Our Work and!
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rill I i .I.' ii II " ti,
' Old pbone 15U West.
Now Is The Time....
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap,, and high, grade. papers, which we are selling
at. the lowest prices in the oity. We also have a large and
complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting and
paperiqg promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran
teed. PARIDON SON,
Phones Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St.
Dr. S. H. MILLER, M. D. V.
& Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
g Graduate of McKillip'a Veterinary College, Chicago, HI.
Office and Veterinary -Hospital
S HIS Third Anooe, Hock Ir lud, Ilk. BuldcuM 18U Foitth Aftoai
8 Offlc bours 7to8imi,1to8p.in., 7 to to p. m. Central Phones: OfDee 1409
0 , West, Residence lf6l West. Uolon Phones: Office 6707, Bealdenoe 5397
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t B. WINTER.
Wholesale Dealer In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
5 WAUKESHA AND
5 Maiiuffcoturei of WINTER'S CELEiiKAXED Biri'JttUi.
. ... ..... , 1818-1618 Third ATenue,, Bock Island, IUU - : -
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One ..hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen- & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
. . Fourth of July Excursions.
The-C., 1J. & Q. will have on sale
July. 3 and 4 round trip tickets to all
points on its. line within 200. miles at
rate of . one and one-third fare. Kc
turn limit July 6.
Boston, Mass., and return via Illinois
Central r.-iilway .June" 25, 26 and 27,
rate $21.03. July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6,
rate $23.Co. Long return limit our
All disease of Kidneys.
Biaaaer, urinary organs.
a cae, HeartDisaae.r avej,
Dropay, Femalo Troubles.
Don't bcomo dUconraged. There If &
care for yon. If iHiceswury write lr. Kenoer,
He hus spent a life time curing jt such
cases as yours. All consultations free.
"Yont Kidney and Backache Cure bas
cured two-very bad canes among our custo
mers, the past, year, whom the doctors had
given up. J. L. STILL & CO.. Woodland, la."
DrusfRlsts. 60c.. tl. Ask. fpr.Cook. Book Free.
Pot sale by Harper-House Pharmacy
and Canode's Pharmacy
and SM O KB
"I -caa be cured of any form of tobacco iiMqc
" be mad mil, strong tnantic, full of
SanJfe and rigor by taking- A"Q-TOrWl&r
, ,. - a weak men strong. Many (jam
building ln. teB; 0rer: &oO,OQO
12. Iitche.f7it. ure guaranteed, Bonb
. rtp.n. Address ZTHRXJG,
dress . fr0f-ie ock 4i?-
AKTIIUR UU UR.
Uock Island or Colo
wUl stand comparison with
the best of 'em. Have your
carpets cleaned .andxenovat
ed by the new process, and
your old carpets that are
worn by beating will make
beautiful reversible 11 off
rugs. Goods called for and
delivered to any part of the
BOCK ISLAND BUG CO.
2335 Fourth Ave.
New pbone 5001.
COLFAX MINERAL 4
route ia Decatur and Wabash rail
way, Detroit and; Niagara . Falls
through standard and tourist sleepers
from Decatur. Try the Continental
Limited , and you'll be pleased with
your trip. Leaving Peoria at 7:15 a.
m. you arrive IJostoq 5:20 next, even
ing. Full particulars at city ticket
office 329 Main street, 'phone Main
f96. G. A. Smith, commercial agent,
Cm B. St U- HallwaySpecial Kxcnrslon
June 1 to Sept. 30, St. Paul and Min
neapolis and return, $12. ... .-. q :
June 1 to Sept.. 30, Denver, Colorado
Springs, and Pueblo and return, $26.75.
July 20, 21 and 22, Minneapolis and
July 1 to .10, Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo and return, $24.23.
July 1 to 10, San- Francisco and Los
Angeles and return, $50.25.
June 29 to July 2, Burlington, Iowa,
and Return, $3.65.
'June 29 to July 2, Clinton, Iowa,
and return, $1.50.
St. Paul, one way, $8. a
'Phone 1180, C, B. & Q.. depot,, Twen
tieth street and Second avenue.
Peoria to Atlanta, Ga., and return,
via Illinois Central and Dixie Flyer
Route, account national convention
Baptist Young- Peoples Union of
America. Tickets on sale July 6-7 and
8. Return limit, Aug. 15. Leave Peoria
0:50 p. m. Arrive Atlanta 7:30 next
evening; standard Pullman sleepers.
If your ticket, reads via the Illinois
Central and Dixie Flyer Route, you
can depend upon having a quick and
comfortable journey in both direc
tions. For full particulars write or
call on tis- at city ticket office, 329
Main street, Peoria, 111. 'Phone 896.
G. A. Smith, Commercial Agent.
N.K. A. Boston-. .
S. J Ferguson, coumty superintend
ent is organizing, a party of teach
ers, from Rock Island and Mercer
counties to attend the National Edu
cational? association, meetingat Bos
ton, All teachers anJ others wishing
inforjmation. in. regarl to. th's... trip
should confer with Mr- Ferguson,, at
1 ! ':
Frank. Janss, an employe on, the
costructio.a work of the, Tri-Cit-Railway
company's extension on the
Rockingham road4 was assaulted by a
villainous workman on the same tie
spiking shift yesterday, Janss and
the man got into a dispute over the
nature of the work, whereupon the
other fellow fetched Janss a blow
with an iron bar which laid open his
scalp. The coward then ran, and
Janss had to be laid off for the day
for repairs. Xo arrests have yet been
made. Janss boards at the Farmer's
hotel on Scott street.
After a hiatus of several weeks
smallpox has again broken out in the
fit 3". Dr. George W. Miduleton was
called Thursda3- and visited the home
of the McGuire familj' at 924 Harrison
street, where he found the 17-3'ear-old
daughter .suffering, from a well
developed case. The house has been
placed under quarantine anil. ever3
effort will be made to pre.vent any
further spread of the disease.
Mayor Becker upon his return
from the demovratic convention at
Des Moines, issued an order and- had
notice of the same severved upon
the members of the- police, depart
iuent, prohibiting the discharge of
firework, of 01131 kind within the cit3'
limits previous to the Fourth of Jnl3'
Alreud3 there lias been some com
plaint in this respect and although
the mayor is as ardent. supiorter of
the Declaration of Indeieulence and
the proper celebration of theFourth
as may be found anxwhere, he feels
that in order to safcl3- guard the in
terests of the public. Unit such a
prohibitive measure is necessary.
The representatives of the Inter
national Construction company of De
troit, Mich., to whom was awarded
the contract for the construction of
the I)avenjH)rt and Suburban road, are
still in the city and getting ready for
active work. These representatives
include Theodore A. Sehulte, presi
dent of the company; ( II. livrencp,
(1. V. Morgan and F. II. Lancashire.
When interviewed President Sehulte
gave out the following statement:
"Messrs. Morgan. Lancashire and my
self will from now on be permantly
located in Davenport until the comple
tion of the road. We are now en
gaged in completcing the surtvs and
taking measurements for our citj
lines. Our rails and ties will begin to
arrive in the CH3- within u week, when
we will start work. Just wher we
will start, will be determined at a
meeting to be held at 4 o'clock to
day. We will spend the. entire day
tomorrow in looking over our pro
posed line to Muscatine."
At Morbonin hospital yesterday oc
curred the death of William llollings
worth at the age of 65 years, the fatal
ailment .being a complication of the
heart and kidfuey trouble. Deceased
was for some time an employe of the
street car coin pa 113 and. has resided
on West Second street, and more re
eon 1 13 boarded at 520 Main street.
The. latest internrban proposition
that has reached Davenport, is to the
effect that a line is now proposed
and bids fair to be built, which will
connect Davenport and Iowa Citx-.
The company, which will known as
the Davenport and Iowa Cit3' Railway
company, will shortK' be incorporated
and it . is understood that a number
of well known Davenport business
men will be interested in the new
A- warrant- was issued. 3-esterday
from, Justice Iloddewig's court,
against Julius Fleishmann, the Second
street clothing man, charging, him
with selling goods Sunda3 June 21.
in violation, of the statekSunduy clos
ing law. The. warrant was signed b3
Albert Petersen, who is acting for
the union which is back of the move
ment to close all of the stores on
Suiuh3-. The warrant was to be serv
ed in the afternoon., Mr. Flpisbmann
when seen stated that he would pro
bably fight the case, lie stated that
he thought that it was his right to
sell goods on Sunday if he desired,
and he would like to see the case
Sheriff Morgan of Clinton count",
arrived in Davenport, yesterday af
ternoon after D. II. Andrews the man
who was found in a demented con
dition by the police, and who claimed
he was a newspaper man and worth
a million. Mr. Morgan states that
Andrews is a painter by trade, and
that he has a wife and family living in
Clinton. lie stated tat the man had
been in the sanitarium at Moline.
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The Carpenters' and Joiners union
No. 12.72, in its regular meeting, elect
ed, officers for the next six months.
Many, of the old officers, were reelect
ed and there was little opposition. The
pftioers-elected were as follows: Presi
dent, John Fisher; vice president, A,
S;. Beqson; recording secretary, W.
T Gallagher;, financial secretary, W
IL Hitchcock; treasurer, O. M. Stough
ton; conductor, II. G. Dutton;. warden,
John Soller, Jr.; delegate to Tri-City
District Council, W. H.. Hitchcock.
1 Matthew Zaflg, a barber from Re-:
wauee. III., was found floating in the
Mississippi' river- yesterday., afternoon
at 4:15 b3'. a..b3"stander on. the Daven
portr ferry, dock. He . called the at
tention of!.Gus.Reimers,.wlM.was. try
ing out his launch at the. time, to the
biuck object, and withim a .few min
ute Relmer.s .had .the dead man on
shore. The-body; was. floating in an.
upright position about 200 feet from
the. dock. As soon as. the. floater had
been bright in Coroner Lambach
was notified and the bod3r taken to
Boies' undertaking rooms, where it
was announced, that the inquest
would- take place this morning at .9
o'clock. The body , had the appearr
ance of being in the water about fo,r-f3'-e'tfht
hours, being,. budl3' swollen
and discolored. A pawn ticket call
ing for a gold watch and signed b3'
Matthew Zang gave the authorities
the first clue to the man's address.
Zang left Kewanee last Monday,
pawning his watch at Cornaus' pawn
shop In that city. He stated at the
time that he was going to St. J oof on
an excursion and needed some money.
He. left that da3- on a forenoon train
and had not been hoard of since. Tihe,
dead, man comes of a very good fainil3'
in Kewanee, although he had always
been known as a drinking man. Late
ly he had been employed in a barber
shop. He is married and has several
children. The inquest today resulted
in a verdict in accordance with the
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mitchell, St. Louis; K. A. Runker, Ce
dar Rapids; W. K. Fleckles, Chicago;
L. Dodds, Toledo; 11. S. Ansley, New
York; Dr. C. J. Koontz, Beardstown;
W. W. Donaldson, Kewanee; A. (J.
Lundburg, Kewanee; K. C. Miles, Ke
wanee; F. D. Ramsay, Morrison; J. A.
Cnrr, Dubuque; C. N. Peasiee, Du
buque; X. W. Leslie, ClintbH; A. .
Cole, Clinton; P. K. Nichols, ew
Windsor; W. O. Hitchcock, Peoria;
Miss Bessie Williams, Chicago;" Rob
Lee, city; Carl. .Schulz, Little Rock,
Ark.; K. M. Whitham, Aledo; W. C.
GalIown3 Aledo; Mrs. W. C. (iallowa-,
Aledo; Mrs. D. N. Blaster, Aledo; Al
bert Hupp. Kansas Cit3'; N. J, French,
Davenport; C. O. Rogers, Peoria;
Fred II. Band, Cambridge; L. H. Pat
ten, Cambridge; Charles K. Smith. St.
Louis; W. Bamberger, Chicago; AY. X.
Sype, Chicago; George L. Stoben, St,
Louis; L. (Jugg-enheimer, New -York;
K. K. Lexy, Chicago; A. T. Mangle
and wife, Chicago; Fred Weber. Chi
cago; Thomas K. Davidson, Green
burg, lnV; James C. Simpson, Gales
burg; C. M. Boyce, Chicago; William
Campbell. Detroit; K. B. Hoy, Chica
go; (ieorge llitf, Milwaukee; P. Mc
(Jlnnoy, Belleville; .lames Winan, Now
Yrk; W. A. Conkling, New York; O.
I. Auer, Chicago Miss Alma John
son, Marathon, Iowa: II. Bartold, New
York; L. P. Sanger,. Chicago.
At the Harms (European) Dr. W.
A. Jaqucth. Chicago; J. L. Ferguson,
Chicago; J. W. Vance, Springfield;
Iva Mae, Keithsburg; Florence Fish
er, Keithsburg; K. (.'. Coffey, Peoria;
Mrs. C. K. McConnclI. Marcus. Iowa;
Mrs. Dibbern. Milan; Mrs. J. K.
Schwab. New York; J. H. Donnelly,
Chicago; Kdward NY. Offerman, Chi
cago; George Baker, Chicago; S. S.
Glaistin. Chicago; .1. M. Baer. Chica
go; P. L. Peterson, Chicago; F. Col
lins, Chicago; G. W. Brown, Jackson
ville; George D. B. Van Tas-sell, Chi
cago; F. C. Wathburg and wife, Dos
Moines; B. S. Fisher, Omaha; Fred
Sweene3-. Milwaukee; K. L. Berry, To
ledo. Ohio; Charles Mitchell, Boston;
A. F. Middleton, New York; B. F.
Keiloher, Kansas Cit3-; Charles Black
At the Bock Island II. F. Gingrich,
St. Louis; Samuel Seabury. Peoria;
1). Zimmerman, Cordova; Simon Trout,
Cordova; M. R. Doran, Fulton; Ilarrj
Hill, Cable; James Hill. Cable; Willis
Hill, Cable; J. Kirk, Chicago; J. Mer
kel, (Juincy; Gofrge II. Oesche, Peo
ria; W. L. l'errin, Chicago; Peter
Mioder, Kalona, Iowa; W. P. Bowers,
Peoria;..!. A. Schnell, Kellogg, Iowa;
K. II. Andrews, Clinton, Iowa; J. A,
O'Xeil. city; F. H. Jackson. Dos
Moines; J. X. Zook, Cedar Kapids; H.
W. Lee, Peoria; W. C. Jones, C, R. 1,
Throw From a Wairon.
Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown
from, his w agon and severely bruised.
He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freel3" and sa3-s it is the best liniment
he ever nsod, Mr. Babcock is a, well
known citizen of North Piain, Conn.
There is nothing equal to-Pain Balm
for pains and bruises. It will effect a
cure in one-third the time required by
an3' other treatment. For sale b3' all
druggists. . .
Kodol Gives Strenarth
13 enabling the digestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform all
of the wholesome food, that may be
eaten into the kind of blood thatj
nourishes the nerves, feeds the tis
sues, hardens the muscles and recu
perates the organs of the entire bod3r.
Kodol D3rspepsia Cure euros indiges
tion, dyspepsia, catarrh, of the stom
ach and all stopach disorders.
Sold by Harper House pharmac3-;
A. J. Riess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue, and Twent3-seventh street.
Wan Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, . Mo.,, is instructive:
"I have been troubled .with kidne3' dis
ease for the. last five 3-ears I lost
flesh and never-felt well and, doctored
with leading physicians and .tried all
remedies : suggested without relief.
Finally -I tried. Foley's. Kidney- Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and. now I am sound and
well." All druggists.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
, The, most important discovery of
recent year- is ,the positive, remedy
for. constipation.: .Cacarets Candy
Cathartic.,. Cuje guaranteed. Genur
jne uble$s.stamped-. C C. C, Never
sold in, bulk. XfU2gist5, xoCk.
The Moline tribunal ofthe' Frater
nal Tribunes held an enthusiastic ses
sion last night at their hall in the In
dustrial building. Fifteen candidates
were initiated, including thejadies of
the drill team. District Deput3" S. K.
Van Noorden had charge of the initi
ation ceremonies. The young ladies'
drill team of Rock Island tribunal No.
1 exemplified the ritualistic work and
wer greeted with rounds of applause
at the conclusion of the floor drill.
The young men's drill team and glee
club and a large number of visitors
from the Rock Island tribunal. acconir
panied the ladies' drill team and add
ed much to the success of the moot
ing. Transportation to Woodward's
Grove fqr the Deere & Co. employes'
picnic of J11I3- 8 has been arranged for
and a committee for the entertain
ment of the da3' have boon named
as follows: Chairman, J. I. Smith;
transportation; A. R. Kbi; prizes, H.
(!. Copp; music, O. A. Kckerman; re
freshments, J. Biebinger; program,
L. B. Kuhn; decoration, A. K. Toline;
tickets, Arthur Kneberg; floors and
tables, O. Hanson; annunciation, J.
Trainer; order, Theordore Truxell, W.
B. Kent, M. McHonry, J. Buhan, G.
Anderson, H. R. Johnson, Charles
Goodmanson, L. L. Curkeuahl. Axel
Hokinson, A. Gustufson, J. Hender
son, H. Stange; sports, J. Lenvmon, P.
Ia' Allen, F. Bumison, C. Wolsten
croft, Oscar Johnson;danco, C. Dahl
berg, C. Landstrom, AVilliam Biyce;
judges. John Condo, T. Walborg, John
Beckstrom; referee, Hilding Ardahl;
time keepers, G. Grant., (J. Strom
berg. Yesterda3 a rather unusual request
was made of the police by H.jaliner
Anderson, a workman in this cit3",
who has boon on a spree for several
da-s. He came into the police sta
tion and in broken language asked
the police to send him down to the
county jail at Rock Island for 90 days"
work on the rock pile. Ho was then
under the influence of liquor and
fa id that ho could only escape the
habit by being sent to the rock pile
for throe' months, so that he could
sober up. The matter was referred
to Chief of Police Kittilsen.
fA farewell reception was given
Thursday night at the Swedish Baj
tist church to Uov. and Mrs. O. L.
Swanson, who left the city yesterdsv
to again take up their mission work
in India. The church wes filled with
the friends of Rev. and Mrs. Swan-
son. Pastor J. A. Jader had charge
if the program. The principle talk of
the evening was made by Rev. Swan
son, who fold something of his work
and of the pleasure he had had in his
vacation in mooting his former
A petition for paving Thirteenth
avenue from Fifteenth street west to
Ninth avenue has been signed by a
niajorit3- of the frontage. B- the time
the petition gets to the board of Uv
oal improvement the now law will be
in operation, and the petition will not
be needed. But it will show the sent
ment of the people and that will be
an aid to the board.
Charles J; (ramble, of Mercer coun
1y, Fa., brother of Circuit Clerk
(ieorge W. (ianible and of Will J. (iam
bic, has left for his Pennsylvania
homo. Ho is the father of Carl Gam
ble, the young man who was oerated
on at the cit3" hospital last Saturda3"
for appendicitis, and he goes away
feeling satisfied that his sou is mak
ing i, rapid recovery- from what
threatened to be a serious, perhaps a
Al Young, a colored man well known
about town for many years, died at
the home of Xed Dunn, on the Sugar
Hollow roail Thursda3- evening about
7:80 after a fortnight's illness with
quick consumption. Deceased was
about 50 yearsi old and was a widower,
his wife, formerly Miss Potterson,
having died in 1898. Mr. Young was
for many years employer at Milton's
barber shop, but since the removal of
Mr. Milton from the city. he ras been
engaged at different jobs, of late hav
ilng been with Cal Karnest.in the
Browning block on Sixteenth street.
He was also an employe of the Union
Malleable Iron comjiany's works at
ICast Moline, whore he worked until
two weeks ago. He was a member
of the colored Masons, hich order
will hove charge of the funeral at
2: 30 tomorrow afternoon from the
A. M. F. church.
II. M. Anderson, chief carpenter for
the Moline Plow company, and four
teen men have, gone to Kansas Cit3
to repair the damage of the. branch
house which the recent floods have
done. The men will be employed
there for several weeks in clearing up
the effects of the devastation.
Yesterday the jetition circulated by
the business men on Fourteenth
street to have electric light arches
across the street to be illuminated on
Wednesday and Saturda3' evenings
was completed and the plant is as
sured there us well as on Third ave
nue. The plant will cost .$200 to es
tablish it and it will consist of ISO in
candioscent lights, there being 20 to
the arch and nine . of these archo
will bo erected. Eight of them will
be put . on Fifteenth street . from
Fourth avenue- to Sixth avenue ami
one and probably two will be put on
oi.. Fifth avenue between Fifteenth
street and Fourteenth street.
el .- I
Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago,
speaks to young women about
dangers of the Menstrual Period
how they can avoid pain,
suffering and remove the cause.
"I suffered for six years with dys
menorrhea (painful periods), so much so
that I dreaded every month, as I knew
it meant three or four daj-s of intense
pain. The doctor said this was due
to an inflamed condition of the uterine
appendages caused by repeated and
neglected colds and feet wetting.
" If 3'oung girls only realized how
dangerous it is to take cold at this
critical time, much suffering would be
spared thom. Thank God for Lydia
K. linkliams Vegetable Com
pound, that was the only medicine
which helped me any. Within three
weeks a.ter I started to take it, I
noticed a marked improvement in my
general health, and at the time of my
next monthly period the pain had
diminished considcrablj-. I kept up
the tieatment and was cured a month
later. 1 am like another person since
I am in perfect health." Miss Agxes
Mii.t.ku, 25 Potomac- Ave.. Chicago, 111.
$5000 forfeit If original of above letter proving
genuineness cannot t2 produced.
The monthly sickness reflects
the condition of woman's health.
Fifty thousand, letters from
women prove that Iydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetahle Compound
regulates menstruation. and
makes those periods painless.
Family Groups Large Groups Best Groups
AttKe SmitK Photo Studio
Opp. Harper House. Cor. 19th St. and 2nd Ave.
Our newjv enlarged skylight room enables us to produce
the BEST large groups in this part of the ooiintr Ca
paoity, eighty people at a time. Bring the whole faniily
which i the BKST and cheapest way. Family groups on
largo cards at about HALF the usual price.
All Kinds of Photo Work at the Very
: Nothing Better Than
X 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1
$24.25, Colorad-o and return, .1 nl y 1 to 10.
$20.75, Colorado and return, daily. "
$50.25, California and return, July 1 to 10.
$12.so, Detroit and return, July II to 15.
$25.l2, Boston and return, June - to July 4.
We have issued some very attractive literature rela
tive to summer trips. It's free, if yu eall for it.
Rock Island trains for Colorado Springs and Denver
leave Rook Island at 0:55 p. m. and U and 6:52 a. m.
SALE OVER oDciKW-
- VIA ' v
Queen and Crescent
To points in
ALABAMA, FLORIDA, GEORGIA,
OHTII AND feOUTII CAROLINA,
TENNESSEE AND VIR
GINIA. On the first and third Sunda3"s in
each month. Ma3 to November,
At the ver3r low rate of "
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP,
Tickets are good going 15 da-s, and
for stop overs south of the Ohio
river, with final limit for return of
21 da-s from date of sale.
On same dates
ONE WAY SETTLERS' TICKETS
will be sold to points in same territory
at one half first class rates plus
from Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis, Ohio
Rjver Gateways and intermediate
For information about rates, etc.,
call on your nearest ticket agent, or
J. S. MoCULLOUGII,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write
T. B. THACKSTON,
Traveling Agent. Land & Indus Dept.
225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111
C. R: ALLEN.
A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
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Call and look through our new
Fixture Room. New stock.
V. A. ROBB & CO., i
119 IStll St. Phono West 1538
1 I'M I
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOYD, 1. P. A., Davenport, Iowa.