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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUKE 12, 1893.
THE TBAYELER8 UIE.
firat street. tTsn n. .
TRAJN6. tBAST. VWest,
CcTTmaHrTj "TsTm 4:-5 nm
KUUr: ... . 4:r..m.l.;15pm
Stuart-Rock Island Express 5 10 pra . J am
ScS'Sii"::::: S;15 - S;SS
"'Daily. rOoingeast. itni vest.
T CRUNuTOS ROUTS C, B. A . RAIL
B way Depot Firs', avenue and Sixtttenth t.
M.J. Young, agent.
TRAINS. tAVi. abbiv
gCIKipres a :40 am 7 :40 pm
St uVnl Bxpress 7:40 pm o:40au
Piul Express 7
Seardstown Passenger S:f0pm 10:am
Sterling Fassenger 7 -5ft an- h-Own
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
J way Racine Southwestern Division D
pot Twentieth street, between First and Secord
avenue. K. D. W. Holmea. agent.
TRAINS Lsavb. Abbitb.
Mail and Express 7:00alr "6lpE
St. Paai Express 4 :4d pm 11:45 am
pt. A Accommodation ' "45 rr i Ulpro
OCX ISLAND & PKORIA RAILWAY DS
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavb Abbivb
FlkKMaU Bxpress 8 :05 am 7 :05 pm
Express .... 2 :20 pm 1 :2ft p m
Cable Accommodation :m
4 :00 pm H :'" am
BURLIXUTOS, CEDAR RAI'lUS nt'rti h
ern railway, depot foot of Brady treet,Uav
enport. J.B.Hannei:n. Oen.T'k't & Pass. Agent.
Pave n port Train.
.... b4:f5 pm MO :45am
....! I5:00 amibll:15pm
Leave West Davenport
Ww Liberty Train
t North. ;outh.
"l7 :9f m l10:45pm
aHV.S I pm a4 50;m
Ht' 45 am !
ht :15 pm i bS:fKam
b9:l.rtm ' hr.lJSpm
aDaily. bn.ii'y except Sunday .
Goinjr South ami east
!tOUT DVTiHCT BOUTS TO TBI
t. South and Southeast.
' Fast M 'i.i Express-
Lv. Rock Is and b : am 8 :8u pm j
Ar. Orion 8 :45 ara ! 8 :04 pra
Oaratirdwe am ! 3:27 pm
Galva um' 3:5" r,ro
Wyomlc W:U am) 4::Mpm
Prtcccviie iHl:80 am 4 :55 pm
Peoria : 11 :1 nm! 5:-p' ym
Bloorainctcja . 1:15 pmi M:15piu
Sprtngaeld 3:40 pm, 10:-pm
Jacksonville 4-oCpra: 12-05 n't
Decatur.... 2:50 pm 10:00 pm
Danville 3:51! pm! 12:10am
Indianapolis F:5Spmj 8:25 am
Terro Haute 7:l'pm, lo:com
Evanv-u;-- '1:20 am! 7:SS-im
91. Loaia 7:30 pm 7:40 an:
Cincinnati 11:00 pm 7:j0n't
WIRT BOUND .
Lv. Peoria 10;10 ain 3:5o pm
Ar. Rock 1ihr-'. i 1:25 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodatior. trims leave Rork Island at
P:U0a. m. and G.JO p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
ra. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :rp0 p. m. asd 1 :25
Ail trains run daily except Sunday.
All pase:icer trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cnaircaron Farit Express tetvreen Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticke-s to all points : hagctu;e caeckcd
through to destination.
Lv. Roc-i I-land ' .lf) am 4.00 pm
Arr Revn.i.d.... 10. Ut' am 5.0S pm
" ' Oftbl 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
Lv. (Vi s i 8.20 am H.E0 pm
Ar. Kiivoold i 7."0 am 3.45 pm
- HTt l-:n-:'l : 7.5 am 3.00 pm
n. D. St'DLUW, .. ?OCKEOUSE
-irrititendent. ft--'' Tkt. Ace: t
Great Rock island Route
TO THE EAST.
Best Dining Car Service i:i the World.
Thi- KM-k I-taml is fi.rrnntst in
:.iln)l in ;ui v :tl v:iti t :;r' l-ti hit e
1'. inii'i'ovf sjH't-tl iv' that lux
ury. :if'.tv :inl -(inifor! tlia! jmpular
iat rciiai' lfiu:tiiN. Its rijui jmiciit
is t li M- -i rli 1 v mill jli-tf witli vcsti
J n 1 -tl t r : i i 1 1 -. nianitifttit (liiiin
cars. .-.(! s ami t'hair cicichcs. all
the most Icirant. ami, of rot-rut lv im
Fait lit ul ami oapaiilc maiiaoini'ti t
ami poli tf. Iionost sorvioo from oin
ployoji ar' important items. They
are a iloulilo t'.uty to tlm company
anl to travolors ami it is somothnos
a task ilitlioult of aoooiuplir-lmit-iit.
l'assoiiers on this lino will liml little
cause for complaint on that rrouiul.
REM EM 11 KR
The Groat Rook Ilaml Route runs all
regular trains to Eiirlowool sutuir
lnui station, close to World's Fair
grounds, and you can save time and
trouMe by jrcttinjr off at that point
and avoid" the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps,. rates, apply to any coupon
ticket olVieo in "the United Stales,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111
E. St John, 'Uen'fMgr. Chicago, Hi.
V m 1 9. r 2-Tbr " m
THAT MAKES GOOD DLOOD
Will completely chanpe the Wood In yotnr system
In three months' time, and send new, rich Diood
coursing through your veins. U you feel exhausted
and nervous, are getting thin and all run down,
Ullmore's Aromatic Wine, which Ib a tonic and not
a beverage, will restore you to health and strength.
Mothers, ose It for your daughters. It is the best
regulator and corrector for all ailment peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and gives lasting
exrength. It Is guaranteed to cure Dlarrho?a. Dys
entery, and all bummer ComplaUita, and keep the
told by all druggists for f 1 per bottle.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician. Success! ully used
montblv by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of nn
uriiiciDled druggists who of-
... .,, Urines in nlace of this. Ask for
Coou's Cot roK Riot Coroc, take no substi
tute, or inclose tl and cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Full
seale 1 particulars in plain envelope, te ladies
only. S stamps. Addres
y POND LILLx COMPANY,
V No. 3 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Sold in Kock Island by Marshall & Fishci. F
per House, Hartz A Maunscn. 2Jth street and 3o
ave-. and drn;:f!sts evervwhor;.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell A
Lynde's new block.
JACXSON & HURST,
ATTORHEY8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Ialaid
National Bank Building. Roca Island, 111.
T. HWBESKT. O. t. WA 11B.
8WEESEY & WAUtER,
TTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
T.Omce in Bengston's block. Rock Island, 111.
XcEMRY & McEMRV,
ATTORSEY'b AT LaW Loan money on cooc
ecarity, make collections, Keforenco, Mltcb
I1 A Lycdc. bankers. Offloe in Poetoffice block.
S. W. OlELL,
TTORNEY AT LAW Forraeriv of Port Byron.
T and durinsr the past two years with the firm of
Jrowniuc A Eutr.ken at Moline, hs now openrd
inoGiceintne Auditoria.-n bniidinc, room 5, at
C. .T. SEARI.E. W. SKABI.B.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
t TTOKNErS anil 5ounelIors l Li and So
Alicttors lr. Chancers ; ofEcx; Btford's block.
R, M. PEARGE.
Kn. m .V. it M'tcceH A Lynde's new block.
D.R. J. E. HAWTKORHE,
Teeth extracted without pim by the new
o 1710 Second avenue, over Krell dt Math's. A
ORS. BiCKEL & SOHQEMAKER
Mitcbei' & Lyndea Elock. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Uabvatt. clakk II. Buroim.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Koom
41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Piatt and euperinw ndetice for all class ol
oonis 5a and 55. Mitctieil A Lynde tm!ldii:ir
TAK S ELrVATOB
Physician and Surgeon,
1 i:H Tllll:i Avk.,
Telephone Rot K II.AM. III.
Offii e Hour-: 10 a. m. 1- 12 in., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. Uollowbr.sh, M, I. Oen, E, Burth. M. I
DKiS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHVSIOIANS AND SlJRGKONB,
Orrlco 4W2:1rd ft. Ttltphone 1I1H5
Residence 72121st t. " llsS
Df Barth I Dr. Hollowbnsii
' H to 10 tt.m. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to x and 7 to b p.m. I i to 5 ai d 7 to c p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. SOEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCuliongu Building, 124 W. 3d St.
Hours: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtebh, M. D. Geo. W. Whbeleb,;M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Nnrrsry nncl idseases or omen
Office over Krell A Math's. Telephone 1148.
tB. MYERS . I 1K. WHEELEB.
0 to 12 a. m. 18 to 10 a. m.
to 5 acd 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. in
tee. telephoue 1200. Res. telephone, 110.
I I .11 II Sk. Insane Persont Restore.
I 1 'IS 19 fjtjs Dr.KLINE'S GREAT
M si W nerveRestorf.r
S 3 P.KAItC NRRVK DISFASES. Only su
gy turt or Km Arf.tvt. I frft'y
Wr? INFALL.1BI.B it taken a dirt?rtl. A' aftr
F'V? first day s ust. Tre.itiM antl $J tri.ll t ttie free to
F95 Pi I-Micnts. thV r-iv.niT enressrli.inronl when
F; U t-Are.t. Sind ran... P. O. and (ir d.lrras J
Ti rd tc riK.KI.tNli.mi '' St.."hila-lphi,P.
5S"Keicib. tihWAKt W JMI CATJNH tKAVOS-
tUr Ur rALiAljh UAUd
FACTS CONCERNING PARLOR CARS
AND SLEEPING CARS.
How Two Men Came to Invent a Sleeping
Car at About the Same Time Fnrnlsli
inir of an OrUinarj- Sleeper Pay of the
Employees Bic rrflt.
No other country can boast of railroad
service equal to our own. Kven our pitrs
and horses have palaces on wheels.
In 1So7 Webster Wagner, then freight
gent of the Xew York and Hudson River
railroad, running from Xew York to Al
bany, conceiveJ the idea of iutting1erths
into cars so that passengers might sleep in
them. One year later four of these cars
were iu operation. Wagner used ordinary
coaches and constructed lerths in tiers,
like those in ocean steamers.
There were three tiers. The upper berths
were made of slats. During the day these
slats were taken out, together with the
mattresses, and were piled in the ends of
the cars. The cost of construction of these
cars was about 12,000 each. Two years later
Mr. Wagner changed these lx-rths so that
they were hung from alwve by iron rtxls.
On sharp curves the occupant of the Ix-rth
was apt to tie thrown out or at least havo
his elbows thumped against the side of th?
car. The cars vrere very crude. A t iu wash
basin apologized for the absence of a bath
room. The absence of all other comfort 1
vxilogizetl for them.
'a few months after Mr. Wagner Con
ceived the idea of a sleeping car George M.
Pullman was riding on the Chicago and
Alton railroad when a similar scheme
struck him. lit) tot two of the railroad's
passenger coaches and constructed u sleep
ing car much like Mr. Wagner's. Neither
gentleman was aware of the doings of the
other. One of those cars built by Mr. Itill
mauwasthe famous "Poinevr." now hon
orably retired. From these two logIn:iiiigs
sprang the two great palace car companies
of today, the Wagner a:id the Pullman.
The one operates l.soil cars on 17,0ii0 miles
of railroad, with 30 dllTerent railroad com
panies. The other operates 2,'3)0 cars 011
100,lHJ0 miles of railroad. There were also
two smaller companies years ago, the
WoodrutT and the Mann. The Woodruff
was merged into the Pullman company in
lSfl, ami the Mann company is almost de
funct. A picture of a car of lsO and a descrip
tion of a car of today would t.L-rve Ix-tttr
than anything else to convey an idea of the
progress and advancement in traveling. Put
with all the crudeness and plaini.css of the
one ami all the gorgcousnes and luxury of
the other so great lu;s been tbe advance
ment ia car construction that thoo-.-tof
the cars of today docs iit.f exceed the cu.-t
of the lir.-t palace cars built bj sSl.OOO, sivp,
of course, i'.i special instance. It took oue
ytjir to build the Pioneer, and it cost is-.-h.oi.
It takes two months to turn a car out
liow, and seldom does it .-ost SI'J.oOO.
It was but a step from ii sleeping car to a
parlor ear. Put it was years Ik fore !i hotel
or bullet car was turned out. lullnsati built
the tirst one in lTtl for use at t lie ceiitcmiial.
It was a slcepUig car with kitchen attach
ment. The luisseugers slept in the car, arid
their meals were served in tbe spaces their
bi rths occupied at night. All the Pullman
sleepers are bullet cars 11. w. Few of ; h. r.i
art? but cl cars, where freshly cooked meats
e.re served. The dii.iug cars supplanted 1 he
hotel cars, wl ich were mouiiicd il.to bufTt-t
cars. The observation and combination cars
are only a few years old. I'rivate cars began
with tiie orgauizat ions of the companies,
but they have changed much in furnishings
The furnishings of an average Wagner
sleeping car, which has compartments to
accommodate "w passengers, fur an ordiuary
nin of a tlay and a niht and return are 11)
sheets. KW hand towels, loo pillowslips, 12
cakes of soap, 0 boxes of matches. 2 brooms,
C whisk brooms, 0 combs and ' brushes.
Thel'ullmau furnishes l.V sheets, towels
and pillowslips resjx-ct ivt ly. The sleeping
cars vary iu their accommodations of pas
sengers from 20 to 32. They have in ad
dition to thtirother equipmeutsa hammer,
monkey wrench, hatchet, saw and crowlmrs,
iron and wooden buckets and feather dust
vrs. The cost of equipment of a car, in
cluding tapestries, averages .2.s0O. The cost
tif the car proper aveniges jl2.X0 more.
The conductors of t he cars receive from
575 to 100 a month, according to ability
and length of service. The companies gov
ern conductors with a set of rules much
like a civil service system. It is supposed
that those with the liest records yet the
best runs and tbe top notch salary. Each
conductor buys Lis own uniform. The
company provides an overcoat, which it
stores in summer. The jMirters' salaries
vary fro:a to $75 a month. Very few,
get -fto. Like the conductors they buy their
own uniforms and wear overcoat furnished
by the company. The conductors are re
quired to give a surety bond in the sum of
4oio. The porters give no bond.
The arrangements between the railroad
companies and the jxilace car companies is
ordinarily in the form of a contract where
by t he palace car company agn-es to furnish
tbe capital and the cars, while the roads
agree to haul them free, only pocketing
the regular railroad fare paid by each pas
senger. Ih some instances when? palace
cartrafdc is upt to be light the railroad
company pays a proprr sum to the palace
car company for running cars on the road.
A point on which the general traveling
public has long been uncertain of the utti
tude of the Waguer and Pullman companies
is the responsibility for the baggage and
effects of the passengers while in the palace
cars. Oflioials of both the Pullman and
Wagner compauk-s say that they are not
the custodians of the passengers' tiersoual
effects. They call their pi 'iters and con
ductors servant s jmd net agents and state
that they are forbidden to become custodi
ans even for t he time be: tig.
A palace car pays an et ormou - interest
when the amount of capita! invested is con
sidered. Au official of oucot thetompanies
says that the farts to Chicago is 5, anil t Iir.t
a sleeper makes six round trips 11 month,
carrying 15 passenger-, each way, and re
turns B5 per cent, clear profit 0:1 the pro
ceeds. It is a poor run where the clear
yearly proceeds are not 30 per cent of the
cost of the car. New York Sun.
Leaf by leaf the roses fall ;
One by one our dear ones die.
O, to keep tliciu with us still!
Loving hearts send up the cry.
Wife and mother, O how dea r,
Fad'ng like a mist away.
Father, let us keep them here.
Tearfully to Ciod we pray.
Many a wife and mother, who seems doomed
to die because she suffer!, from diseases peculiar
to women, which saps her life away like a vam
pire, end battles the skill of the family physiciar,
can be saved by employing the proper remedy.
This remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion, the greatest boon ever conferred by man on
weak, snfTeiln!:, despfirins women. It is a spe
cific for all, phases of femsle weakness, no. mat
ter what their urme. .
J. H. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps-
burg. Pa., says he will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
"La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Robert Harbor, of
Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & U1U
mover's drug store. Large bottles
.50 cents and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so "popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Hitters sing the same song
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exist and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Hitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt i-hcuru and other affections
caused hv impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system ami prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Hitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price 50 cts. and
sjl.oo" per bottle at Hartz A: Ulle
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE,
The best sal ve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin orup.
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfact ion, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullonieyer
When Baby was sick, we pave m-r tvistoria.
.When he to a Child, she cried for Citstoria.
When she lx-cajne Miss, she clung ir Oastoria.
When she had Children, she gavethein Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each tlay. Most people need
to use it.
Ghiitfreii Cry for
Coughing loads to consumption.
Kemp s Balsam will stop the cough
at out o
In childhood we study mathematics and
languages to strengthen our mind. When
we get older, our mind is so strong that
these things are driven entirely out of it
LOUIS O. VANDERVERE,
One cf the best kaotra Ifcslness men in Chirjo,
representative of the frreat BradUeet Ci.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
JPr. ST t7- 3If&ical Co., Elkhnrt, In.
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in informiTs you
cf the verv teneficial results which have fellow eit
the use tif Dr. Mitre- R ebtorativc Kebvipie
ia thecased myself and w ife- lura year I was
subject to a distressing pain at the base of the
brain and upper portion of the Fplnal cord. I
sjm a lost flesh and wan cruutly
Rll J 3 fj troubled with fi'.eeplessttese.
Your Nervine was highly
recommended to me. My case hail lieen so ol 11
natc tbut I had no conti'ilenee in tho ellieaey of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort 1 conetitel to
friveitatrial. Much to my surprise, I experience'!
marked Ifnefit: my sleepleitsnesa disnpiN ared:
ciy headache wasTeuiovoil; my tpinUuud renerul
e1. I 600N
CAIKCD TiKIUTt POUHOS. ALL THIS OCCUBflTO
rTCf LCARNCO AND WELL KNOWS) fHVStCIC
mao failcO' M y w ife is taklnK ti io Nervi i v .Ui
the hest of ivsuita. Louis J. VANbEEvrai.
Solfl on a ipositive 5uarantoe.
Dr. MiLbS' PILLS, 50 Doses 25 Cto
L.ame Sack, &c.
DR. SAHOEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Electro Magnetic SUSPENSORY
iintr"i i-RirniKi lkvAi improvement i
Will our without imilirine all ninci Tvsultinsrfroni
OTer-taxation of bnun n-rvo forces ; exoejsr India
crvtMn, as uervou d'hilitv, FltpUnuss, languor,
rht'umatiMn, kirim-y, liver "and biaddvr roniiJiiit,
lame back . lumhi;o, sciatln, all fomcJv ooinpluint
,enrnr il! h-eltli, etc. Ti.ifl elot-tric iJeit mtailia
MoDderful I mi prowinr'BUi over all other. Purrent IS
instantly felt by bearer or we for Kit a,OOJ.u0. and
ViU cure all off the otjovo diFaces or no pay. Thu
Mnos liave. been cured bv tlAa marvelon invention
i!ter all other rmr-die8 failed, and we rlv huiitiivld
Cf testimunuils iii this ai4 every ther Mute.
Our rmrful Improd tXKITKIC St"h4FVS6 KT. ttio
grptttert bor.a vnr .tr.i-rd weak mt-n. VKVK with all
F.HIb. Umltfa and VftrartMu MtYMih tl AUtTKr lli d t
iH tx-nd fur liiUtt'd tamhlei mailed . twauwd. Ltc
SAKDEH ELECTRIC CO.,
Is the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
The Furniture establishment of
is replete with all the novelties of tlv; sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
IB?) and 1527
s now Uucated In his new Fhop,
ST"LiKht ehoce a Bprcialty.
A. D. HUESiNG.
Beprefent. among other ttme-tneil ana wel
kaovra FlrelnBurance Companies be following:
Royal Inanrance Company, of Bcgland.
Wecheeter Fire In. Company cf N. Y.
BaCalo German Ins. Co., Bnflalo, N. Y.
Rocheetcr German Ins. Co., Kocbester, N. Y.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sun ITire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Secnr.ty Ina. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., MUwankee. Wl
Serman fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. IL,L.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Uepreeenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets?
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Koom ai. Mitche'V LyniJeV block
rtock IlanJ, llle.
fSecare our rates; they will intoreft you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
TUe old Fire and Time-tried Cot:pa:;ie
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates as low as any reliable company ran aford.
Your Patronage is solicited.
Washes everything from a tint?
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1524 THIRD AVE
AJ M. & L. J. PARE fiR;
Telephone No. 12 14
A MEDICAL Rnni.-
HOLLA US, sent lor 1 I ,.era,J ,
$1 i'er Hoi He at Iir jo,.
50c. Trial Size si ii bv i.,nil.
Letttrs fur a'lvlee MurVd
"Coiistiltiiif: l'.purtai.iif are
seen l.y otir physiciai.s t.nlv.
ZOt PHORA KfUteiNE co.
II. t'ol!!i:li. Sr'T,
124 123 an 12
At 324 Seventeenth Stree
p;-!tt- t:.'j o';
SU;Kf ft f K
tr , l -w-
7AN t.USZLClZ CLiPL --01
Will fJO" CAjS; I
T H- THOMAS H-o'.p Ace:
I 'roil ! ; :-l.'; :- '' 1
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Use it your ov u '' '
It is the bett Suap na"r
For W ashing MacLiif
WARNOCK & SALSTOC
Cor. Michigan Ate.anfl w-"r,eAipB;:
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