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TITE ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIX 12. 1904.
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univcrsil remedy for pains in the back (so frequent in the case
women-, l ney give
Therever there is
a pain a Plaster
should be applied.
are superior to all
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For :nln Ih? rnwn ' f '!
K 14 -. r f .1 :i
Mark. ll.- ...iu.-i f .nl.l lie
ailii'.l im lmwTi t '
U hrvT th-rt- IB -.till &TI17
a tonic. The alcohol
an aid to digestion;
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
every bottle is sterilized. N
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
your doctor what he thinks about drinking
Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Chicago Dental Company
If yu ;iro in need of T ri t : 1 work,
call on : before .lug v ' - Ihtp, as
V can HHP vml money. We use
nothing but tin li--t of materia!, and
our work is guaranteed to In first
rla-s in every pect. If V'11 :ir 'n
need of a si-t of teeth, call :uil se our
tliin cl' stic plate. We guarantee it to
fit iti s:!I cases and wlicn : 1! otlicrs
failcil. We neuT a-k von more
tli:in our prices l-!v:
( i.r.A.MMi fi:i:e.
Cement fillings $ .2."
Hone liUiinr -'
I'iatinum fillinj ill
SilT fi llinirs. T. 50
Col.! fi'.lir, 1 an.! up 1-1-0
lo.M crown. J ti ?. 4.00
P't if tectli. ?. and up T..00
$15 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
over si:ini:rs di:ig store.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that malcet
Leat. it's q'la'itv that retains.
It is quality that n akes jo-ille
ronsamption of 10 per cert of
Ibe coii.h istiMe part of it. !ea
luz a lil.t, clean ah; lastly. It's
qtr.iiity that lessen your fuel
bill ou"rc not paying for dirt,
rcfue or unburnable. The coal
handle, both Lard and srft,
tlverves all th pooI tiling we
and our patrons say for it. A
ton will talk as loudly e a car
load. E. G. FRAZEP
I ii HIiMiralUm or rain '
n t-lMulclrfr:iii cr i-- t .Jj
ul.. . ti 'r r:iifi. ' ' " - r '-3
!. .. jim I' r Arlrinir f i 3
- l. ri.,-;. ' ki,.'i;. 1 m .zf - r.J
an-t Hit- i " i'iu-l
to jum r. re i.-i u suo o '-ot.t. m
Beer is Good forYou
The malt is a food; the hops
only 3 per cent is
a healthful stimulant
Phone I'M 4 an.1 Zr3Q.
Cars- ot Ohlweiler 'o.
4:'-V431 Kleveritb St..
I'.'k Island, ILl.
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O. ( ome in aim n t t n:i..i our
X. I'i'H plan to We are sure
O we ran .rlcri'-l oii. We n
ce'ue ';eii-it- fl'ol.i 1 uj. willl
O imere-t at I - n T . You'!!
! -1 1 1 m" 1 li.w juiir aee. .ii ; t
will "inu, i:ie oii'e t.-llt"!
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ir:5. Co Newark, N". J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Trailers Ins. C Cliicasro. 111.
1'nif-n Ins. Co Philadelphia, la.
Kockford In. Co Rockford, II!.
Pecuritr Ins. Co New Haven, Conn.
In. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 1".
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
low as consistent with recuritj.
J. M. BUFORD
The i Id fire and time-tried companies
represented. Kates r,s low as
any re!iah company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Dowt Be Fooledi
Orauine ItiKKY MOl-NTAW TEA
: ! p: up kit rckatrp. umifacturcd
j exclusively by lh .Smducm HedUin
I Co.. Hadiscn. IV is. ickk at 35 ceat a
1 package. All cthvrs are rank imitations
1 and Mibstitutea. t risk vowr kcW'a by
I taking tttem. 1 MtHiUNCtMi mut aick
paioh Well. k'ers w HU. All Monckt
I lckrf sell the O-cuinc.
HOLUsTES Die t a CO. Madiion. Wis.
At noon e.-ter.Tay Ceorpe Mensrer. a
iiialrter :it the plant of the Independ
ent -Maliirsr e.n:pany met with an
aeeii.-nt which will ril'le hiin for
life if it doe not result in ti e loss of
hi- ;irin. Mr. Mender In -ome unae-
in n t;i li!e wax ot arm into some
eo xln-e! ma-liiiier air! 1 h re-nlt
w:i :. erti-hii'S-. a laeerati n aril the
i- :iih mil! frattnre i f the Iioiie in two
piaee-. 'i h a ;:ihn l.i nee xxa ealletl
an : the in juieil mati. w Im -iltTer-:
1 1 vr n-iVr:: li'". . w:;s Ii 1 1 1 lit-. ' I taken
to Me rev lm-ital. where lr. Mattliev
atteiide 1 h::n.
The 'ath of Han- Stamp oeeurrrd
x'-tet.!ax" morning at his home. I'l'-'t
'e.-t See n.l tre't. I )'eeasf(l xas a
natixe of MaiifTiIorf. Sel:ieswiir-IId-steisi.
(ieritianx. where he xxa- born
xear ay i. lie eame to ill i eountrv
in !7 ilireetly to I)a enp.rt . He was
mairi'.! in 17'. to Marie RoimhotT,
wlio surie l:im xvith two ehildreti.
Mrs. Roa li hlielii and A:!olph Stamp.
Until f thi -ity. 1 )eeea 'i xvus a !a
Uoi'er haxiiiLT l-eii in the employ of
the Mueller Lumber iompany for
many ea;-s. Of late xear- he xxorked
a- liostler for the tirm of Stark A.'
l.epper. The funeral will be lu-M
;"rom the iate re-iiii-iu-e. lt'i".'4 V'-t
.-; II I street, at :.' o'eloek Thuixlay
afteriioi-n, with interment al t l'air
Sunday oeeiirred tin' !eath if I'lor
enee A. ( a r. t en. tin !auirhter of"
Mr. ami Mr.-. August I
a 1st ens
1:'" West Sexetith
moil t l:s a m! It ia vs.
.1. P. :m Patten. Da x en port's
priminiit iirici'iv jobber, has just
entered into po.--e.--ion of a family
treasure lhat is worthy of more than
pa-siry mention at ihls time, xvhen
the country i- beiny seoiired for arti
cles (;f int're.-t and value for the
l.oiii-iana Piireha-e exposition. A St.
I.oiiis paper recently mentioned that
the Connecticut education exhibit at
the xxorliic fair was to include what
x a s supposed to be the oldest i;co
irvaphy in Ihe cc iinlrv. published in
Isrjit. Since then an I ndia 11:1' paper
has aniiouiice ! that there has been
found in that state 1vo i,'eora ph i's.
one published in 11 and the other iy
!H. Mr. a:i l'attn has reeeixed
from his eTaiid-it'Jhexv. .lohn 'an
Patten llroxxn. of ( larloxille. Ark., a
c r.era I ile xoltime. a yeopraphy pub
lished in lr' am! ant'-!atinir all the
others, that has been in the possession
f the familx for nearly a century.
Tin Tri-City Plori-ts club, xxhicll
was . i i;a i.ied a few x'eks at. will
-nun he rea! to commence jixin'r
literary proi-ranis. c n-i-tiny of 's--axs
t u subjects relatinir to horti ami
lb l icuit lire. The club will meet 'J hiii s--!ay
exenii-ir at I. 1 1. ). K. hall to adopt
a const i; hi Ion. The next regular
iiu'ciinir wi!! hae a lixed iro-rram.
esas b'iny a.-siirni'd to lli' incm-
Vi sit i ia x a rtcriioon a telephone
; 1 1 : i tin summoned the tire department
to the C. !. I. iV P. !evatl road xia-
lu t on Third and Iowa strcei-. w her
soiiu' of t Re .ah -trinirci's on xxhich
tin- rails are laid, were -mouldering.
The -paik- eaun. dualities,, from a
pa-sinir locoliiot ixe. and was fanned
into aetixity b- the h:ili xvind of
e-ter!a. Tin' b!ac was ext iiiyuish
"! b the fir' department without any
u-e of llu- hxdrant.
Ye-l'i'iay a farmer's, team hitched
to a top Imi'i-y diixcn bx harlcs
Schi'!'. i f Durant. to k fright at a
passinjr str'et ar on r-ixtli ami Har
rison sheets and da-he! like mad
down the t In r m ii h fa re. Tin horses
narrowly escaped colliding wiih oilier
-hi li'-. and sex-ral pede-lrian- had
to iiiii to clear tlnir xxay. Mr. Schieh
duny l.i the n-iiis. anl xxlun he saxx
the madiiened team L'oiiie pell inell for
the fixer an : the net xxork f the ('..
M. A St. P. tracks, he leaped from Ihe
vehicle to the yround near the Wiese
livery b:wn csc-ipinif niihurt. The
lioi'se. kept on foin; until 1 h i llidel
wiili a passin-r b x ear on the moininy
l tain from .;ihant. the tonyiie of ihe
eh i!e p-ii't ra t iny t h' s.;e of tlie ear.
Iloth of th' horses xxere thrown. uie
if ihcui sii-taiiiiiiir a skinned knee
and the other a haMy humped nose
Poiiyla- ,lohu-on. a eoloreil prter
OcfBafzT. p R 1
"Come. sir ua tMfteoffoor qaality.'
Wiener BUtz the embodiment
of honest components and
consummate skill b the art of
brewing. Ha dxarartr anr? tn
K that's bdescribably pleasing.
N 1 clown town.
I fcaaarw Send a case
UKARDSI.EY A- RATLTTY. ' '
Wholesale Dealer. 217 Eighteenth St.
at the St. .lames hotel, ami Harry
Foxvler. sin employe of the same hos
telry, xxere arraigned yestentay on
the charge if larceny. April 1. they
had stolen a dres suit cae containinjr
rarments valued at ?-"'. The magis
trate therefore held both of the de
fendants to the prar.'l j'iry. xxhich xvill
not sit ap-ain until next September.
William Yripht. the eo!r'l man
from Monmouth. 111., who v.as arrest
ed in the M. I. Nal.stedt & Sons' jexv.
e!ry stor Satunlay niirht for the
theft of a 2-o:d and diamond studded
Masonic lapel bulton. has be'ii held to.
tlic grand jury and xxill have to r'
main in .jail until next October, before
a bill f if indictment can be rendered.
Wright is the man xxlin is tluuiglit t
have sxvalloxxed the bulton in order
to avoid detection. In confirmation
of this iherry the prisoner :i taken
xery ill Sunday. ' ubtless due to the
pet egrinalious of the button through
his system, and Dr. f. I- l'.arexxald
had to be called. An X-ray examina
tion is propos' In ascertain if ihe
button can be located.
The lower house of congress yester
day passd the bill creating a federal
court in this citx.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Peoria. III., to Washington. I). C and Ke
tnro April 23. 1004.
Directed by V. R. Vandervort, prin
cipal of Creeley fehod, Peoria; $40,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding meals, sleeping car berth,
board in Washington, guides, side
t rips. etc. Send for circular giving
detailed information. Allen M. Nye,
T. P. A., Rig Pour Route. Peoria, 111.
The Nickel I'late Iloa.t
xvill sd! tickets to Cleveland. Ohio,
and return, account of National Rap
list anniversary. May Hi. 17 and 1. at
rat of one fare for the round trip,
ldiis l'.'i cents. Tickets irood irning
date of sale. Ry depositing same, ex
tended return limit of .Tune 10 may be
secured. Through serxice to Nexv
York fitv. Roston and other casiern
p lint .
any train on the Nickel Plate road.
Meals on American e!ui meal plan,
rangiif in price from L!5 cents to .1;
also serxice a la carte. Chicago de
pot, l.a Salle and Yan P.uren streets,
the only pas. cngcr station in Chicago
on the elevated loop. Citxt ticket olYi
c;'s. Ill Adams street and Auditorium
Annex. "Phone Central 20.17.
One Fare for the Kooncl Trip
plus 25 cents, to Cleveland. Ohio, ami
return, xia Nickel Plate road. May !'.
17 and 1. Tickets good going date of
sale and returning to and including
June 1". by depositing same.
Three through daily express 1 rains
to Fori Wayne. Cleveland. Erie. Ruffa
lo. New York. Roston and Nexv Kng
Ir.nd points, earrxing vestibule! sleep
ing cars. Meals served in Nickel
Plate (lining cars, on American club
meal plan, ranging in price from 1!5
cents to if I; al-o service a la carte.
Chicago dep 1. l.a Salle and Win P.ur
en streets. City ticket offices. Ill Ad
ams street and Auditorium Annex.
Chicago. 'Phone Central 2057.
The South went I.lmltel Nevv Train Chloa-co-Kinui
The nexv short line of the Chicago,
Milxvaukee & St. Paul railxvay Las
been completed through Moline, Rock
Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Wash
ington ami Ottumxva, and ifives a nexv
and direct route betxveen Chicago and
Kansas Citv. The Southwest Limited,
Ihe nexv electric lighted train betxveen
these cities, makes its first trip Dec.
C. It is a handsomely equipped train,
carrying' standard and compartment
sleepers, observation-library car, din
ing car, chair car and coach.
A second daily train between Chi
cago and Kansas City is also offered
via the nexv route.
Additional information from any
ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwau
kee -fe St. Paul railxvay, or F. A. Mil
ler, general passenger agent, Chicago.
To Colorado and California via the Cbtca
ro. Milwaukee & St. Paul Kali war.
Double daily train service is now
offered from Chicago to Colorado and
to California via the Chicago, Milxvau
kee fc St. Paul-Union Pacific line.
Through standard and tourist sleep
ers are operated betxveen Chicago and
San Francisco; and througn standard
sleepers and reclining chair cars be
txveen Chicago and Denver.
The nexv tervice to Colorado in
cludes a train that is on the road only
one night, leaving Chicago 9:45 a. ro.,
reaching Denrer early the next af
ternoon. Descriptive folder and booklet
from any ticket agent of the Chicago,
Milwaukee L St. Taul railway, or F.
A. Miller, General Passenger Agent,
Advertised Letter List No. IS.
Letters remaining uncalled for in
the Rock Island postoftiee for the
xxeek ending April '., 0o4: Mrs. C. S.
Allen. Mrs. Da.le- A-ay. Hiram Rrad
ley. Miss S.lmn Rergin, YY. R. Roles.
Lenr.der Nexxton toinsworth. Sher
man Johnson. A. V. Johnson, Alliert
John-on. .lohn Keply. Mrs. I.exx K les.
Willie Kxle-. E. i. Mann. C. i. Mxers.
.1. II. Moore. (o'i rire V. NeNn. Mis
Mabel Orr, J. I. Park. .1. II. Pulling.
Jake Pender. Ceorire J. Ri-lo. Y. II.
Reei!. Mrs. Maggie Siinp--on. V. O.
Smit. Dr. Cliarle. S. Winn. Ir. F. J.
Weld. Dr. Roy C. Williams. Foreign:
Ml-. Jeie Hull.
T. H. THOMAS, P.istmatter.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidnexs
and bladder right. Don't delay taking.
Rela Nnessc. Ihe 1-year-oh! son f
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nuesse i f -!' Six
teenth avenue died yesterday.
K?xxin I!. Wils'm i- in :, Kansas Citx
hospital and has appealed to Seth Wil
son of this iix. The only Seth Wil
son here knows nothing f the ease
and a second telegram to l.iyie Wil
son. 2"2:i Sixth avenue, failed of desti
nation because no such person liv's at
Harry Delany, xxho lias been em
plo.xed as driver at ihe Crystal Steam
laundry, stole a suit of clothes and
some toilet articles Saturday night
fn iii his roommate. Lambert, at iheir
boarding house on Fourth avenue. lie
xxent to Daxenport. became drunk and
xvhs arrested. He xxas brought to Mo
line and bound over lo the circuit
cmirt under $2(M) boiuis.
Moline mothers and members of the
Woman's club xvant the police to help
them keep their children off the si reel
at night. At the meeting of the club
Mrs. R. W. Entrikin said that then
had been complaint from mothers be
cause their children no longer feared
the cerfexv bell. It xvas decided to ask
the city administration l enforce Un
law more strictly.
Moline is to have a new store block
this summer. It is to be a brick block
on Fifteenth street, between Fourth
and Fifth avenue and is to be erec
ted by (i. II. Chase, on the ground at
the corner of the alley on the ea-t side
of the street. The building xxill lnyoc
cupied by Fisk iX- Loosley company,
proprietors of the Roston store, and
work is lo be commenced May 1. Tin'
structure xvill be t'.O feet front and
over 1110 feel deep and txvo stories
an 1 basement in heigh and possibly
three stories high. It xvill be occu
pied exclusively by tin department
Six more vagrants rounded up from
Naliek yards were given sentences
from 10 to 20daxs each in police court
yesterday. Txxn of the bunch feigned
ignorance of line English language
and xxere ordered out of town, but
when the patrol xvagon xxith the six
sentenced xags passed Ihem en route
to Rock Island they gave the officers
the merry ha-ha. using some of the
picen's best in their taunts. The po
lice protest against the feeding of
tramps by residents, and ascribe the
presence of so many hoboes her' to
the fact that they know they can se
cure a handout, especially in Ihe east
en 1. The officers argue that Daven
porl gives the frozen stare to tin ho
bo, for xxhich reason he doesn't tarry
long there. "Don't feed 111' hobo." is
i- the bulletin of the police depart
Camp n. M. W. A., at its meeting
tomorrow evening xxill adopt a class
of ::." nexv candidates. The degree xxork
will be iioiie by 1 he head office team
of Hock Island. Camp No. 2. It xxill
be one of the big Modern Woodmen
doings of the vear. jind members of
tin camp xvill turn out in big force.
Another" Moline bov has risen to a
pot of prominence in the city xvhich
he has clndsen for his home. Word
comes from Milxvaukee that Henry W.
tirant has been elected al lerman
from Ihe Twenty-first xxard of that
city, lie xvas a candidate of the so
cial-democratic ticket and he captured
the honor with a plurality . f 270
Neither Mr. lirant.'s father. C. F.
(irant. nor anv of the familv in Mo
line hail any knoxx ledge that Henry
xxas a candidate for office. ami ihenexxs
of his triumph comes as a double sur
prise. He has been a resident of Mil-
xxuukee for seven years following th
trade of machinist. He learned hi
trade xvilh Williams. While X: Co.. and
later xvas employed as clerk in th
Mstofiice during the administration
of M. J. McF.niry.
At the election of a trustee for
school district No. 1. held Saturday
at Ihe city hall in Moline. (J. L. Peter
son xvas elected over Charles llaxvley
by a majority of 17. Ihe vote standing
a- folh.xvs at1he closing of the polls
at 4 o'clock: Peterson, :2; Haw lev, 5.
A Great Kencatloa.
There xvas a big sensation in Lees
xille. hid., when W. H. Rroxvn of that
place, xxho was expected to die, had
Ins life saved by Dr. King's Nexv Dis
coxery for Consumption. He writes: "I
endured insufferable agonies from as
thma, but your Nexv Discovery gave
me immediate relief and soon there
after effected a complete cure." Simi
lar cures of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis and grip are numerous.
It's the peerlesa remedy for all throat
and lung troubles. Price 50c. and $1.
Cuarnnteed by Hartz & I'llemeyer,
druggis-ts. Trial bottle free.
Pneumonia la Itobbed of Ita Terrors
Ry Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lung-. If taken in
time it xvill prevent an attack of pneu
monia. Refuse substitutes. All drug
hrb-rade piatto fchonlct t,'-l pricf
cxi t-u-.owi from sue. I can ie
jrn lorn r-v price and the b-ta-fti a
clioiro from a verr laitro utoek of these
C2A!I CAtVE. T. 0. tot JU.B-tl UUad. IH.
I I -
Dr. Harry DePew CSL Co.
Renew their Great Offer of
FUEE TR.EATMENT UNTIL CURED
to all Who Apply Before
Oxving to I he fact that maiiv conserx a t ix people haxe failed to
take advantage of Dr. Rcl'exv's great free offer, he ha ! ideil to give
the sik and suffering people of this vicinity another opportunity of
regaining health ami xigor lx means of his xvomlcrf nl system of
treatment absolutely xx it hunt cost. Dr. De I'exx .v Co.. cons'uler their
cured patients their greatest ad rti-'m'iits. and that they can xxell
afford t give their -el-vices free of eharge for a limited time to all
xxho are sick ami suffering from diseases that have been pronounced
incurable by others.
Dr. DePew's SpeciOk.1 Method
ipiickly strengthens and warms up every organ. mind
and body. It produces prodigious xital force, strength, nutrition and
enormous digestion. For xears Dr. De I'exv Co. haxe used this
treatment in their Chicago sanitarium and ofiiccs. treating thousands
xxith astonishing success unequalled by science. In a short- time it put,s
great vital force and strength into xxeak. low. gi ven-up-t o-die patients,
often curing in a fexv days.
It has cured hundreds . f coiisii m pt ix cs in two to three months.
It cures cancers, abecs.-es ami frightful nh-ers xvith incredible
speed. It imparts courage and conlideiicc. chili ra t es body anil
mind, gives strong voice, cli'iir skin and great xxorking power while it
doubles ingestion and st rengt h. ' ix -s great strength to the heart ami
cures vv onih'i f idly pii-k heart. liv-r, stomach and kidney diseases,
blood poison, all skin and nervous diseases. rhcii 111:1 1 i-in and all
drains and xvastes. xarieoeele, m-i'v o-v ital weakness, athuia. bionhi
al troubles and pains of any description. (lives such vigor to weak fe
male organ and nerves in feeble women that in a fexv davs severe
cases are almost well. Most men and women made fat. strong ami
well in two to six xvecks.
It xvorks xxondcrs daily. Hundreds of patients delighted at the won
derful work' performed by Dr. !) Few iv Co., at t hi r perin.i lien t otlice
in the Nexv Cock Island lloii-e. Dr. Do Fexx's system is unknown to
other phx sician. Read what some of your neighbors sa v . call and
see if it is t rue:
Rock Island, III. I xvish the public to know that I Miff e red
terribly from stomach trouble for many years. I suffered
constantly, ami" never knew xxhat it xvas to be without
pain. I had x omit ing spells every day air! would get xxeak
"I could iiot walk. After taking a few treatments from Dr. De
I'cxv x Co. my pains anil troubles left me entirely and I have
Hot had any vomiting spells since. I feel belter than for many
years and am trnlv thankful In these skilled phv-icians.
MI!S. A l' I "STA KUM.OFF. .-!. Ninth axcime.
Rock Island. 111. -I have been afflicted with a .-welling on
one of my limbs for the last six years xvhich xvas xcry pain
ful, and caused me much trouble. I tried ninny doctors here
and other places but found very little relief until I heard f
Dr. De Few A Co. ami decided tv take their treatment xxhich I
found to be entirely di ffcrcn t to any I had ever heard of. I
haxe been taking th' treatments but a short time and can
truthfully say the swelling ami pain haxe i i.-a ppea red and
m v general health ha- not been so good for years.
WILLIAM WF.AVKR. Txxcnti th Street.
Dr. De Few A Co. will cure you and cure x mi free of charge.
They ask nothing for their services, except for sur'ieal operations.
Those in need of medical services xxill be given a free pre-eript ioll to
be filled at any druggists.
Come a.t Once a.nd be Cured Forever.
Dr. DePew (Si Co. are permanently locat.nl at th
New Rock Island House, Rock Islam", 111.
Hours '.) to 12 a. :ii. 'J to and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays ! to 11 a. m.
The Road For You
Is the one most travclorH list?
H. 1). MACK",
fleiri Agent A. T. & S. V. IVy.
Scenery and s-erxice
will pleae you.
Chair cars are
nap ii ii i
1 tm m ii mi Im
Take the California limited via .Santa Fe for
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
LADY "Htra, my poor fallow, this will
TRAMP 'Tanks, lady. May I ask
you whosa brand It this!"
LADY "Why, lt' tha 'BELL COffM.
Wa navar usa any othar."
TRAMP "Right you Is, lady. 'Da
"club I btlonged to or.st usad that
and no othar, and we wara 'high
feeders,' you bet!"
NOT! : He had Men better ilar.
THE "BELL" COFFEE
The Pullman- are
nexv. Kverx Ixxly
likes Harvey's din'ng cai