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THE ARGTJS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1903.
Generally fair tonight and
Friday; slightly cooler Fri
J. M. SHERLKR,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 67;
at 2:30 p. m. 80.
Stoves at' Yilcher'sv
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
The "Never-Kip" gloves at Bennett's.
The "Xover-Kip" gloves at Bennett's.
Peoria stoves and. ranges at Sum
mers. For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Order your fresh fish at Seliroeder's
Excursion to Clinton Sept. 7 on the
The Knox fall styles are now ready.
Set' Lloyd's ad, page six.
Before ordering1 your coal call up
Mueller Lumber company for prices.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue. Union 2S3.
Fresh cattish, river salmon, crop
pies, trout, white fish and buffalo at
lless Bros', tomorrow.
Hugh Burt has taken a position as
prescription clerk at Canode's phar
macy on Twentieth street.
The Kock Island Turner society is
arranging1 for a bazar to be held during-
the month of November at Turner
Electric baking exhibit of Ceresota
flour at McCabe's every day this week.
You are invited to see it and eat the
The stores" of Hock Island will; do?
Monday in observance of Labor day.
As usual, there is to be a general sus
pension of business.
E Mundt reports to the police that
his Cleveland wheel was stolen from
the hall of the Dolly cigar factory,
whort; he is employed.
The town board met- yesterday af
ternoon, alloweoj the bills, of Assessor
J. L. Freeman anl voted a tax levy of
$2.0OO for town purposes. f
Excursion to Clinton Labor day,
Sept. 7, on steamer Winona and bnrgo;
Fare, 75 cents round trip. Leave at 8
m., and return 8 p. in.
You had better see the- Kock Island
Sand & (Jravel company before order
ing your supply of fuel. Bituminous
from the Springfield district, Scranton
anthracite and West Yirgina ocean
smokeless are carried.
Every car of Hurricane coal is la
beled with a trade-mark. You get the
genuine if ordered from the I'ort By
ron Lime association. Either 'phone.
These are some of the coals Mueller
Lumber company sells: Springfield,
Pocahontas, Washed. Egg, Etherly,
Smithing and hard coa. Try them.
- Under the general designation of
"accidentia" every physical affliction
which is not the outgrowth of disease
may be classed. All of them, from a
simple nervous shock to a compound
fracture of the bones, including
drowning, suffocation, etc., have their
projer treatment, fully described in
"Accidents, one of the. scries of med
ical handbooks being issued by the
Mutual Life Insurance company, of
New York. The book will be sent on
request to anyone who address the
home office of the company, New
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE
NEW 800 SERIES OF ENGINES
. Those monster new engines just re
ceived by the Kock Island road and
now running ouof this city are at
tracting much 'attention. They are
what is known as the Brooks Pacific
They are built to pull heavy express
trains at a high rate of speed.
The Kock Island road has ordered
30 of these engines and 10 of this
number have been consigned here.
They are being broken to the
service on freight runs and after sev
eral trial trips each engine is worked
into the passenger . service. Two or
. three are now on passenger runs.
The tender capacity is1 15 tons of
coal and 7,500 gallons of water, and
with that supply an 800 engine will
take a train of 15 coaches 100 miles
without having to stop once for coal
or water. The engines are built to
maintain a schedule of 50 miles an
hour on express trains so heavy that
with ordinary engines a speed of from
30 to 35 miles is all that is) maintained.
The engine and tender ready
for business will weigh .157
ions, the. engine alone tipping the
beam at 100 tons. The length from
pilot to rear of tender is 75 feet, three
feet longer than any other engine
ever used here. The engine cylinders
are 21 inches in diameter and have a
28 inch stroke. The three drive wheels
are fit inches in diameter and a trailer
wheel is nece-ssary, so wide is the fire
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul ... 14 3.9 0.1
Bed Wing 14 3.3 -0.1
Beed's Landing .. 12 3.3 ....
La. Crosse , 12 4.8
Prairie du Chien.. . 13 5.8 -0.2
Jlubuque 15 6.D
Lo Claire 1" 4.6 . .. .
avenport 15 5.8
JJes Moines Bpds.. .. . 3.7 -0.1
Keokuk 15 7.3 -0.4
St. Louis 30 20.3 0.8
Kansas Cty 21 1C.4 -0.9
indicates rise, - fall. - "
Biver forecast fo 48 hours, ending
8 a. m., Saturday, Sept. 5, 1903: A very
slight falling tendency in the Mi;e;is
sippi will continue between Dubuque
Boats - down were the F. Weyer
haeuser with 32 strings of logs, Wino
na and II. C. Brockman; up, the Wau
netta, Lizzie Gardner, F. Weyerhaeus
er, II. C. Brockman, Gardie Eastman.
The stage of water was statioary
, Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot, 2,508;
teams, 1,738; street cars, 235.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper William Donaldson,
Dayton; D. J. Castelle. St. Louis; B.
Booth. Omaha; F. II. YanAHen, Clin
ton; P. T. Brown. Galesburg; J. W.
Justin, Indianapolis; F. A. Smith and
wife, Kock Island; T. S. MacKnany,
Chicago; W. Mclntyre, Kock Island;
A. J. Dimoiul, New York; F. M. Cook.
Kock Island; W. K. Foster, Louisville;
F. P. Williams, St. Louis; II. A. Sing
er, St. Louita; C. F. Carner, Ehnira;
F. .7. Link, Chicago; C. C. Carter, Kock
Islan; C. I. Whisler, Chicago; Y. Cart
wright. Chicago; George Stauffer, Chi
cago; Edward Uymcrs, Chicago; F. K.
llorton. New York; D. Moses, Chica
go; Fretl Sea cord, Galesburg: W. E.
Cooper. Chicago; M. Soper, Chicago;
C. 15. Chandler. .Toliet; C. Ginbach,
New York J. T. Walker. Kansas City;
M. J. Mulgrew, Dubuque; .7. T. Lam
son. Chicago; Henry Backnuui, Des
Moines; F. K. Brooks, Des Moines; T.
K. Willard, New York; G. C. Shaw,
Philadelphia; A. A. Cowan, Stillwater;
C. F. lovell. Chicago; (!. K. Morrison,
Savanrai; W. H. Welchman, Savanna;
F. Lobdel. Chicago; W. W. Newhall,
At the Harms (European) C. E.
Worrow. Chicago; S. 1 oung. New
York; M. . Morehou, Kansas City;
P. .7. Warren. New York; L. L. Cramj
ton, Chicago; J. C. Evans. Chicago;
W. Myers. Grand Kapids; Mrs. W.
Norton, LtK'kport. 111.; Frank Norton,
Lockport, III.; H. Norton, Loekport,
111.; Mr. and Mrs. Norton, Chicago;
Miss E. Wylic, Chicago; Miss Kugules,
Chicago; 'If. C. Keno, Tucson. Ariz.;
IT. Oleiwlorf, Chicago; .7. M. Barring
ton, Baltimore. Md.; A. Demcil. Chi
cago; George Bendel, New York; F.
V. .lohivon. Chicago; .7. C. Chase. St.
Louis; II. S. Kiddle. Tnpeka. Kans.;
E. .7. George, Proviiienec; F. Yan lloe
ser. Geneeo; V. Marsiu aivl wife.
Milwaukee; A. D. Erlander, Kock
ford; W. Wheling, Chicago; .1. A. Gus
tafson. Orion; C. C. Bulkley. Chicago;
John Leinz, Marston; George Baker.
At the KiK-k Islani'J-C. C. St. Clair.
Marshalltown: Perry W. BriM-kman.
(liicago; Elisha Lee Hamlet; Mrs. E.
Lee. Hamlet; Miss Mary Lt e, 'Hamlet ;
A" 11. Plake. Chicago; George M.
Scott. Wapello, Iowa; A. Hildebrand-t,
Pierre, S. D.; Leon McBeynoliUs.. New
York; James I. Cary. Dubuque, Iowa;
George B. Knapp. Dubuque, Iowa; II.
C. Friedlioldt. Kock Island; J. A.
Wray, Sully. Iowa; Thomas Davidson.
Cedar Kapids. Iowa; George Swearin
gen, Adair. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Sad
doris. Port Byron.; K. (!. Hollister,
I'ort Byron; G. F. Hal linger. Chicago;
E. M. Day. Cincinnati; C. Young, Da
vid City. Neb.; Alfred Peterson and
wife. Cable. 111.; M. S. Kosenkrans, Al
bany, 111.; O. Johnson; and wife. Des
Moinee-, Iowa; John E-ckhnrdt. Edg
ington. HI.; J. B. Pitney, Peoria; L.
Oswald, Whitehall; II. L. Oswald.
Beard town; .7. F. Oswald. Beards
town; Thomas. O'Brien, New York;
Harry Bond, New York; J. C. Mark.
New York; Nelse B. l'riikon. New
York; L. K. Wilhird, New York; Helen
Ridgeway. P.uffalo, N. Y.; Minnie
Thorpe, New York; Maud Le Page.
Chicago; C. K. Briggs, Fulton-. 111.;
Madge Wood. New York; Mr. and Mrs.
William Ruthrauff, Joliet, 111.
TAMPIC0 MAN RAISES
A SEVEN FOOTED PIG
A pig with seven feet is the prodigy
C. C. Nelson, a farmer living east of
Tampico, sold to a. traveling agent
this week to exhibit at fairs. The pig
is one of the queerest freaks ever
raised in this; part of the sit ate. At
the knee joint of one front leg two
well formed legs branch out. and three
at the knee joint of the other leg,
making "live front feet. All of the feet
touch the ground when the pig walks.
The hind feet are natural as in other
pigs. The pig was purchased of Mr.
Nelson for a neat sum, and a wagon
was fitted up Tuesday by the agent
to exhibit Ihe. curiosity at fairs. It
has lM-en suggested that a new breed
of swine be established from tins oe
Binninc as a specialty for the manu
facture of pickled pigs' feet.
What la Life? , .
In the last analysis nobody knows
but we do know that it is under strict
law. Abuse the law even slightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangement tf the organs, resulting
in constipation, headache or liver
troubles. Dr. King's New Life Pills
quickly readjusts this. It's gentle, yet
thorough. Only 25c at Hartz & Ulle
nintiwM After KkUok Cared.
Judge W." T. Holland, of Greensburg.
Ii., who is well and favorably known,
says: Two years ago I suffered" great
ly from ' indigestion. ' After eating,
great distress would invariably result,
lasting for an hour or so, anil my
nights were restless. I concluded to
try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured
me entirely. Now my sleep is re
freshing and digestion perfect."
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Beiss drug store, corner Sevcmth
avenue and Twenty-seventh streX
IHPEOVEHENT IS SHOWN
IN CONDITION OF CETJM
A slight improvement was reported
thin afternoon in the condition of
Walter Crum, the .injured Rock Island
baseball player. He was remioved in
the nmbuluiee this morning from his
home, on Second avenue to St. An
thony's hospital. There is hope now
that it will not be necessary 'to per
form an operation on his head. The
local baseball association hasi shown
the right spirit by bearing1 the ex
pense of medical and hospital service
and keepinig the injured player's
name on the pay roll. It is likely that
a benefit game will be played for him
at the conclusion of the schedule season.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called a.t 3:45
OUTSIDERS TO BLAME.
Continued from First Page.
artillery. Thlrty-fivo insurgent! are
reported to have beeu killed, while
l.ty Turks were killed or wounded.
(i the following day the Turks re
turned and burned the village. Accord
ing to a S a louden dispatch of Aug. SO
the Bulgarian insurgents sustained a
serious reverse at Smilovo, on Aug.
2S. when 1.00O of them were said to
hnve lern killed, while the Turkish
losses" were Insignificant.
Says That Chaklb PraTarlcatoa.
Boston, Sept. 3. Discussing the re
port that the Turkish minister at
Washington accused United Statesan
colleges in Turkey, of teachinc sedition
and hostility to the government, Rev.
James L. Barton, foreign (Secretary of
the American !oard, said: "I have
personally visited not fewer than six
of these colleges, with whoe adminis
tration I also am personally acquaint
ed. These institutions d not allow
any sedition or disloyalty within their
walls. Both teachers and students are
summarily tlismb-ved when usiectel
of agitation of such views.
Striking Mluen lie turn to Work.
Knoxville, Tenn.. Sept. .1. The dif
ferences between the miners at the
Fratervlllc mine and the Coal Creek
Coal company have been) adjusted and
the 200 men hnve returned to work.
The mine had been shut down for one
week. The labor troubles at the Sham
rock mine, of the Black Diamond Coal
company, also In the Coal creek dis
trict, has leen adjusted and that mine
is now in operation.
Corporation Must Report.
Springfield, III.. Sept. 3. Twelve
thousand affidavit blanks, which are
to le attested by oorirutioii of Illi
nois under the provision' of the nnti
tmst statute of the state, have been
mailed by the clerks in the office of
Secretary of State Rose. - Secretary
Rase says he will not permit a cor
poration, to escape making the report.
Bad Wreck in Kansas..
Knicr prise, Kan., Sept. 3. A spe
cial freight train or. the Atchison., To
pekn and Saida 1'e railway, enrrjing
thirteen pass4;ers in' the calioose,
backed into an open switch here. Five
cars of merchandise and the caboose
were wrecked. Three passengers wero
perionsly hurt Mrs. Munn, (Ilasco,
Kan., foot cut and head bruised; Jo
seph Kochenover. Hope, Kan., collar
bone "broken and internal Injuries, may
tile: Henry Kandt, Woodbine, aKn.f
Ha Founded Belott Colleff.
Belolt. Wis., Sept. 3. Hon. and Mr
S. T. Merrill celebrated their fiftieth
marriage anniversary. Merrill was
founder and lirst tracher of Beloit col
lege, and is r.ow a trustee. He built
the first paper mill her? and was
founder of the Beloit Co-Operntlve
Savings bank. He has served in the
state legislature and represented the
government at the Vienna exposition
In 1873 and Paris exposition in 1870.
Iowa Republicans Confer.
Des Moii.es, la., Sept. 3. Tlie Iowa
Republican state central committee
held a conference with Governor Cum
mins, Senator Dolllver, wveral rep
resentatives, and the candidates on the
ftfate ticket. After Reveral hours of
discussion A. M. Piper w-as elected
chairman of the literary 'bureau for
the campaign. He was the candidate
of the "stand patters," as opposed' to
the "Iowa idea" wing of the party.
Hootltri Visit tha President.
Oyster Hay, L. I., Sept 3. President
Roosevelt had as guests at luncheon
Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, rind
cne of the hitter's constituents, Mr.
Pettit. Senator Beveridge came to see
the president about some federal ap
pointments lu Indiana and to talk with
him alnjut th? work of the approaching
sessioa of congress. " .
Y. 1. C. A. ANNOUNCES
FLANS FOE LECTURE COURSE
, Pamphlets bearing the prospectus
of the Y. M. C. A. lecture course for
the coming seuson were issued yester
day afternoon. The attractions that
have, been booked have heretofore
been alluded to in The Argus. They
are probably the best that have been
embraced in any Y; M. C. A. course
ever presented here and should be
well patronized. The terms are about
the same as in former years, with the
main departure being the presenta
tion, of a season ticket free to mem
bers of the association. The season
tickets will be $1 and they may be had
at the Y. M. C. A. office now. Sinale
admissions to the Banda Ilossa, witk
which the series open.s Oct. 0, will be
75 cents, including reserved seat,, and
to the others it will be 50 cents. Sea
son tickets admit to gallery only, un
less reserved. Bewrvation will be
$1.50, $1.20 and IK) cents, according to
the part of the house.
The reservation this year will be
conducted on a new plan, as follows:
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, at S a. m.,
and continuing Friday, numbers' may
be drawn at the office. These nnin
br s will determine thei order in
which scats may be selected Friday,
October 2, in. the association chapel
at 7:30 p. in., at which time the plat
will be open anil the house reserved
for the entire season. Numbers' are
not given out as heretofore in 1, ', :. 4
order, but are drawn from a box, in
which, the order is disarranged. All
have an equal chance for No. 1.
DAMAGES ARE ASKED OF
ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD
Suit for damages of $12 .(MX) was
brought in the circuit court today
against the lek Island road by
Searle fc Marshall, attorneys for Sam
uel S. Fisher, administrator of the es
tate of Charles M. Fisher. Suit was
also brought in behalf of Henrietta
Fisher to recover from the Continen
tal Casualty Insurance company
$2,000, the amount of a policy held1 by
Charles M. Fisher.
Mary O.-borne has' started proceed
ings for divorce, cluirging her hus
band, Bobert Osborne, with drunken
ness. Her attorneys are Searle &
RACING TO BE FEATURE
OF THE FAIR AT JOSLIN
The racing events will be a strong
feature of the Kock Island county
fair to be held Sept. 15. 1( and 17 at
Josilin. Some of the fastest lalent in
this section hast been entered. The
cards are to be as follows:
Wednesday Ti idling race. 3:00
chrsss, purse $150; 2:?.M pace, purse
$150; running race, half-mile heats,
open to all. purse $50.
ThursdayTrotting race, 2: '20 class,
purse $150; running race, live-eighths
mile lwvnti-i. ojH-n to all. purse $'U; 3:Oo
pacing race, puive $150.
Street Hallway Men Meet.
Saratoga. N. Y., Sept. 3. The Amer
ican Street Bailway association began
Its twt nty-seeond iinnuill meeting here
with President Jcre K. Ilutchins. of
Detroit, in the chair. The annual ad
dress of President Ilutchins was fol
lowed by the presentation of pa pern on
technical subjects for discussion.
Insane Man Attacks His Wife.
Pueblo, Colo.. Sept. 3. (Seorge Kog
gnn, an Austrian smelter employe,
who for some time has shown sings of
insanity, attacked his wife by beating
her with a revolver on the head. He
then cut his own throat and is at the
point of datu. The woman may re
cover. 4?at to Sleep filind; Awom Seeing.
Kokomo. I nd.. Sept. 3. Henry Dow
ney, a cab driver, who went totally
blind last year, has rci-overed his sight
fully and instantaneous. lie took a
tiicrt nap n id on awakening was ns
tonished to Hnd he could ee. He had
quit taking treatment. The doctors are
Big; Drainage Tunnel Completed.
Cripple Creek. Colo., Sept. 3. The
drainage tunnel that will relieve of
water many of the principal mines of
the camp below their prrsent lowest
workings has been completed. It is
4,070 feet In length and cost approxi
Chicago Thus; Kun Down.
St. Joseph. Mich., Sept. 3. Pursued
for miles by a liosse of angry farmers,
armed with shotguns', pitchforks and
clubs. John Smith, a Chicago loy,
nud Thomas Dundy, of St. Louis, were
forced to fumndcr and bog for mercy.
They are In jafl. charged with attempt
ed robbery of the house of Juliu
Krclger, near Stevensville.
Much Corn Destroyed by Hall.
Mankato, Minn., Sept. 3. A severe
storm visited a section north of Man
kato and for miles corn was cut down
or uplit by hail. No damage was done
in this city, but along the Northwest
ern road as far as Nicollet much corn
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
victims. For sale by all druggists.
rrorslar Ilea Safety Depoalt Vault.
Harry Muzzer, alias Steven J. Law
ler, arrested for burglary hi St. Louis,
admitted to the police that be rented
a box In a safety deposit vault as a
storage place for bis plunder.
Subscribe for The Arpis.
Visitors and Purchasers are Equally Welcome
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Corsets Fitted By Expert Fitter.
Calcar.0, Sci t. 3 Following are the open
ing, Highest, lowest ana closing quotations
in today's markets:
Sept. MH; 81: MS..
Dccha1: 83: K?H:"2H.
May, H3;85;tM S;M'i.
Sept. 52: S3; 52S: 52 v
Dec, hl; MS
May, 5l; 51; 61H
Oat. Sept. 354: 3C; 3.-.IS, : 36V
Iec., 86V 87 37'-
May, 3; Wf, 3f?; 3U-.
Sept ,12.45; 12 4: 12.40: 12 45
Oct., 12 67; 12.75: lt2: 12 67
Mjv. 13.22; 13 25; KI.17 ; 13 M.
Sept. 8 65 8 fij : H 65: 8 2.
Oct., 7.77; 7.HJ ; 7.17. 7.77.
Sept..T.t7; 7.10: 7.C7. 77.
Oct.. 75; 7 U7; Lab: 7.9i.
Rye. Sept. hi'i. Pec. f2V4: flax. N. W 9.),
S. W.84: Sept. bt; Oct. W: barley 4fj.t.9.
Keceipis tuuay: W neat 113. coru 377. oats
0; nogs 15,000: cattle 8.100. sheep i8,ooo.
riog mark et opened fcteaily.
Light. S5.50&tt-l: intxeu and butch
ers, ts.axae ); good neavy, l.8o5.f0; rough
heavy, 4 85O5 20.
Cattle marcel steadv.
Sheep market opened steadv.
Hogs at Kansas City 5.non. cattle 8,000;
bogs at Omaha 5.500. cattle 3,200.
Union stock, yards 8:4(1 a. m.
Hog market slow.
Light, 15.50(3.0 10; mixed and butchers, 15. U)
5 90; good heavy, llboaKo; rough heavy,
Cattle market steady.
Beeves fci 70S6.15, cows and heifers 1.50
4.85, Texas steers 3.254.75, stockers and
teeders I2.Xt4.:w, westerns 3.1U.4.75.
Sheep market steady lor good, others
weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed strong to 5c higher.
Light. t5.50&&l2; mixed and buicners, 5.00
5.95; good heavy, 4.8(35.o; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipts Friday: Wheat 100,
corn 2&, oats 100, hogs l'.ooo.
New York Stocks.
New York, Sept. 3. The lollowlng are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
Sugar ll74.Gas to -v. C K. I. & r.2. South
ern l'acillic 45'4. 11. & O. f2, Atchison com
mon 64 -, Atchison , rid. 81. C. M. & St. I.
142K4. Manhattan copper 4, W. V.
Tel. Co L. & N 105H. V. & A Kdg.
common Can.I'acluc 124Vi. Leather com
mon 7X, H. It. T. 4rtH, 1'aciiic Mail V.
S. Steel pld. 71, U. S. Steel common 22,.
Tenna. 12.i Mo. Pacific IW. Union Pari tic
75. coal and iron 42, Erie common 29
Wabash pfd. 35, Car foundry 32H. C. & (.4
W .Hep. Steel pfd. &?, Rep. SU el com
mon 1 ?. New York Central 121. Illinois
Bock Island, Sert. 3. Following are the
quotations on the local market;
Butter Creamery 21c 22c, dairy 15c.
Eggs Fresh 15c.
Live poultry Spring chickens I2.50a?3 0.
per dozen, hens Uc per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 40c.
H. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toiler & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
YOUNG & NU1BS
1723. 1725. 1727 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
T rainier Stiiis ad
Women's new FaJl Walking Sviits, in Zebe
lines. fancy and knob tweeds, cheviots and co
verts cloth; Colors: black, blue, brown, gray,
green. Styles include the new corset and
tight fitting coatts; also Norfolk and Louis XIV.
Skirts arc unlined and made in la.rge variety of
styles. Size. 32to 44 bvist. Price ranging from
$5.00 to . .
Thursday, Sept. 3.
Tlie; Svi'(li:-h uialt'ft cmnoily drama,
with NKLSH KKIC'KSOX, at Kullagrun
narstoi. as Win.
Intcrprotod ly a sjilemlid coinian y
The lirrakins; 'f tin- . jam.
The lumber ramp in mid-w inlrr,
The fnniiy Irish widow.
The Lumbernu'ti's. quartet.
Prices: 2.". .",() and T." eents.
Dl.tCriON CHAMEKRUN.KlNUT M. COMPANV.
Sunday, Sept. 6.
Lincoln .t. Carter's Creates! Pra
.7 1 I . I A CRAY,
assisted by .olm T. Nicholson and a
supporting company -l ifniforin ex
Prices 'J 5c. o5c. 50c. 5c.
t A Good Time to Begin to
I SAVE is NOW ! '
A good Plaice to Depostt your savings is
J in the Sa-vings Department of the X
Dr. S. H. MILLER., M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, 111.
Office and Veterinary Hospital
IKK Third Av.nae, Kuck If ksd, 111. Kesldae 181 foarth Atenst
Once b.un7 to S a m.. I to 2 p. m..
West, Kofcldenoe itCl Wek Union
ONE WAV AND R0VMI TIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connections st Clndnnsti from all Mints
NORTH. EAST AND WEST.
WRITE FOR RATES.
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D. P. BROWN. N. E P A. Detroit. Mich.
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CHA8. ZELL.D. P. A. Cincinnati.
W. C. BIN K A RfiON, Q. P. A Cincinnati.
"BACK TO OLD"
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky
Home Visitors Excursions
Big Four Route
Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1903.
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Belief ontaine. Ohio
. . .?5.0i
Cincinnati, Ohio T.'1
Columbus, Ohio 7..V
Ilayton, Ohio 7."
In(lianailis. Ind 5.0u
Louisville, Ky ".('!
Marion, Ohio 7.5H
Sandusky, Ohio 7.5(1
Springfield, Ohio 7.00
Correspondingly low rates to other
points on the "Big Four."
All tickets will be good returning
within 30 days from date of sale.
For further information, call on or
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7 to 10 p. m. Central Phonrs: Office 1409
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