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THE AEGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 18SJ.5.
THE TRAYELEKS' GUIDE.
CmCaK, ROCPI3LANI P AC? Fit: KAIL
way Depot"eornei Fifth avenne and Thirty
But street. Frank 11. Plutnmer, agent.
TRAINS.
tEaST.
tWT,
tnaccil Binds MmuesO- I
uDtf Express I
Kansas City Day Express. .
VMwrton Express . . ..
Omaha Express
Omaha and Dcurcr Vesti- I
bale Express (
Kanaaa City Limited
Stuart-Rock Island Exnre
St. Panl and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and Sit. Joe
Denver, Colorado Spring
and Pneblo (
:0ft an-.
13:U6 am
i 45 am
t .45 am
:."X) am
4 :45 am
6 :2i am
1:1 pm
7:6 pm
3:30 am
11 ;15 pm
am
6:40 pm
6:15 am
9 :05 pm
8:15 am 9:10 pm
11:45 am' 3:50 pm
Daily. Ooiteeast. tQon wen. A Pull
Ban .locoing: car is sidetracked at Davenport
antltaitrnto nicazo uauy i iu n i am. inn
mv ! for rxYiunacct at 9 n. in -'or reser
vation cf rerths, tickets, etc., telephone 1093
Kock Island, or apply at depm.
F. B. Plcxmeb, Act.
Ik M ALUS. Gen. tgt. Pass Depr, lacnport,
T5CRIJNUTON RoCT-C B. V. KAiL
X way Depot First avenne and sixteenth st.
V.J. Young, agent.
TRAINS.
tllTI.
.am -a
t. Loot express
ju . at pra a ...
M Ptnl Express
Beardetowa Passenger.
Uterltn? Paseeneer.....
Savanna Passenger
:4oan
. .. 7 40 m
..! 6:t0 pn
... 8:fopro
... : ir
. . . ; 9 :) am
7 40 pm
4U am
lV4tam
6:N) m
5: 'B pm
Daily.
CHICAGO, MIL.WACKKE 8T. PAUL RAIL
S' way Kacine at sonuwoiivni uhibiud w
jot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, u. w . auiuo.t. ...
TRAINS. Lt Aaatva.
Mail and Kxprese 7:00 9 80 m
pni Kxpr.sx ... 4 Out. am
Jfr. M AerpmTiMvin 4 IP 0 '
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth acreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS.
LllTt ABRtT
Fast Mall Kxpress....
Express....
Oable Aecommoaation.
8:0f am,
2:t0 pro
9:10 am:
4 no oti'
7 :t'6 pro
1 :3 pm
3 0 i pm
fHs m
T3CRL.lXUTwN
rifnAR RAPIDS Jk NOKTU-
ern railway, depot f.iot of Bra.ly strect,Dav-
enport. J.K.Uanneen, tn. I'si ji iass.Aeui.
Pavenp"rt Trains.
Leave. Arrive
bl:M proihlO4.'Sa:a
bS V0 am bll:15 pm
Pa sender
Freight
Leave West Davenport,
We' Liberty Train
Passenger
I tNorili. u h.
77 17 .S ni blO:S.ipm
.. a10:3;m; at 50a a
. . I a6 4 am
I bl :1S pm i hS:00am
.. j b9:lf m ! bl :15pm
..' bll:5iiiin
Freleht..
aDaily. hivur except Snndny.
Going South and east
.Joing north.
UOt jlk&'vTt iiiCTa TO TK
East. South and Southeast.
I AST ."TTTit).
; S:iir ami S:J0 pta
Ar. Orloa
C'tnt t; .1 i ; .
OV:Vi ..
Wy.-:r -. ...
Priori v.. - . .
8 :4o uui 3 :i-4 pra
) :.! aia: 3 :5 pm
...;1.1:11 Rmt 4:3"1 pm
... am' 4:rvin
. . . 11 -IS KTn' t'tr.
3loo:uir.-::.
iprlnsrasid...
jacks' nvil!u
Decitur
Danville
Trrc Ii i?:- '.
Svani'viiir...
.;ia iiin-i
lion'sv; ' "
1 :l.s pa:
?.:4f
4"ilt ttr.
3:M pm.
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T : li ' t'm
. ; :.!,i i :n
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7 1) ti'i
WIST !UrNL-.
M.10
1 -i :-tr
3 :M pm
T :'S im
Xr. R:c !!
Acc.-.Sfn !'
trail.!
le'ivc Ko"k Ts'and at
. rj; rrive .if t'c-ori.t s:ro p.
31. nnrt 1 :H 'i. -n.
- :13 p. m; arrive
ueave Po.w.a :! m. ana
liock IslanJ 4:ii .'. m &ad 1:25
V
ipart Cn:o
eii i?otk
:1 tr.iins r .n Ia'Iv ex.-eit via...i- .
A'.! pi-se twi arriv tnc d
iervoi. Qi-i-t.
Cf . Cw.r c . -r. t i' Ev;i-e.-: 'fi
:'"oi 1 n ! e ri. h;tT diw.Tlon
Tt rot . - " r in":
iro i.'i lo ie ! -i-m
Ac
j Ac com.
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Great Bock Island Ro ;
JtMITEO J
TO THE EAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World, j
Tho Hock "Ts-land is fnremo-t in :
adoptiiif; any advantage ca!oulat'l
to imjrove spectl ami jive tiiat lux-j
ury, fafety and comfort that popular j
patronage demands. Its equipment :
is thoruu-hly complete with vesti-j
buled trains. majrntfioent dining ;
cars, 6ieeers anti cnair eoacnes, an
the most elegant, and of recently im
proved patterns.
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
area double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
REMEMBER
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
o-rouads, and you can save time and
trouble by getting off at that point
and avoid' the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket, office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
JXO. SEBASTIAN,
Gcn'l Tkt. & Tass. Agt Chicago, 111.
E. St John, (ien,l Mgr. Chicago Hi.
I
n MEDicinE
TIIAT MAKES GOOD 0L00D
nnomnTicomE
Will completely change the blood In ronr system
In three months' time, and send new, rich Diood
coursing through your veins. It you feel exhausted
na nervous, re fretting tnin ana an run no
GUmore'a Aromatic Wln which Is a tonle and
a beverage, will restore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, nse It for yonr daughters. It Is the best
regulator ana corrector tor an ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and elves lasting
Dys-
the
riiiriT, son mu Dununer vompiamta, ana seep
wwn l Jku 1(11 .
Sold by all druggists for ft per bottle.
WOOD'S PHOSPiODINE.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Prom ally and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervous Weakness, K mist-ions,
Spermatorrhea. Im
potency and all effects of
abuse or excesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of cases; is
t V. 1 1 . . 1 . V.
- B . . . i u 1. Will. I l 1 I. kllll Mill. 11 1 1 1
hctGTC and After. l medicine known: a,k
druggist, for Wood's Ph si'booine: if he offers
some worlhlers medicine in place of this, leave
bis diphone-t rtore. enclose price in letter ami
we wit' send joa by return mail. Price one package
91 : six. f5: one win pie-se. six win enrv; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope, stamps; address
UOU t UHMlC AL. tl..
131 Woodward avenne. Detreit Mich.
fROFESSlOlAL CAKD
E. FA K VENTER
ITTOKSEV AT LAW Office in
.1 Lynde's new block.
Mitchell A
JACKSON & HCKST,
1 TTORKEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock iela i
.! :ona: Bank Baildinp, Rock Island. 111.
.hjmi o. l. wataas
SWKEE. & H.4LKER,
t HOKSIVS AND COUNSELLORS Al U
"V Sce ir. Bent,'Stor.'s '.lock. Rock Island. IU.
WtENIRY k. V.CESIR1-,
$ Tl iKXEY t AT tTAW Lean money on i-ooo
J security, make collections. Reference, Mitch-
ill i Lyndc. bankers. Offloe is PoetoKce block.
S. w." OIJELL,
TTOTIN'SY AT LA W Former: v of Port Hyrn...
V ai.l iluriui; th-j riast twi v:irs with the i'r' of
".ken ut Moliiie. ha;-
now oii.-m-a
, nora 5.
.'. .iffi in ts .-
iti.rimo "iii.ai
C T. MEIBLS In. W StAUI.S.
SEARLE 5c SEARLE.
. TTOKS'Krs m 1 i oij'-il ir" a' Lw and So
i ' :cl'.or !r. 'hncer : nSlce Ecford's bl-JCk,
iEyrisT.
R.
Bt PEAROE.
DENTIST.
.:a3S m Mitchell A Lyiide'
Take tslev-uor.
new blo.'..
DENTIST,
Tf-etn tfx'racted lthor.i puic ty t "m. i .
IT'ti Sccotii avLiuc. over Rrelt dfe Math''..
- 11 r
"-as. BICKtL ii SSKOEtAKE
Cental Surgeons.
' lie'. ' & Liymic'si Ulcck. IVioens 29-S1
(Take Elevator)
ARCHITECTS.
Edward L. Hammati. iurs II. Burnmi.
HA1' MATT & BUFOiU
A
RCHITECrs, Kock Island, 111 Offlc. RiKim
41. -Mitchell Lyndu hinldir.".
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
Arehileet.
i HTiptTiTitendMiCe for tll cliis ol
niiiiiiiii.-!'.
i! !. MStc.hc:! Lynd batlUinc
B y.l.t V ATOTl
' rsiciA.ys
DR W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
pecla'i lUicr.tion "iwu to
oa?ts of the Eyo
:.!i 1 Ear
Mllce an.l residence 111- Twentieth s'roet.
OlIKe hours : 10 to li . m., 2 to A and 7
r. 1. Teltplio e No.
to S
DR. AS AY,
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave.
Telephone 1270.
office Honrs :-10 a.
at night.
Rock Island, III.
, to 12 m., 1 to S p. m. and
I. R. Hollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYSICIANS AND SUEGICONS,
Office 40923rd st. Telephone 1W
Residence 791 21st St. 1188
orrica mocks:
Dr, Barth I Dr. Hollowbnsh
9 to 10 a. m. I 10 to y a. m,
1 to and 7 tot) p.m. I to5and7toSp.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
ONLY
Office McCullongh Building, 134 W. 8d St.
DAVENPORT, IA.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtbis, M. D. 0.o.W.WBKtiK,'M.D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
sraciALTTEs:
.rrrr and Ihariir of Women
office over Krcll & Math's. Telephone 1148.
ornct boubs:
DB.XTEBB. I SR. VBIILXE.
litolJa. m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
to 5 aid 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
(vs. telephone U00. 1 Res. telephone. lltW.
GILEIORE
DUMMY.
They Hud a FiRlit, Hot
It Was a Ontt.
Sided Affair.
You can reproduce the likeness of a
cat or dog or any other animal on
canvas and the animal will not or can
not recog-nize it, even though it be
considered a perfect life-like repro
duction. ,IIow different when the
interloper ! is a raj? . cat. It seems
ridiculous to write, but nevertheless
the writer went home one eveningr to
find that the little four-year-old up
stairs bad been presented witb one of
those stuffed rag cats, with the ex
pression painted, and altogether s
fairly good-looking specimen. Wishing
to see what effect would be produced
by showing it to the tiger-cat that lay
sleeping behind the stove, I quickly
placed the dummy in a sitting posture
about three feet from the sleeping
feline, and by fair means or foul, began
to attract her attention. It didn't
take long.
With a gentle "biff" on the. side of
the head to give her the impression
that it waa a cat blow, she awakened,
and with a flying side-leap she met the
stuffed beauty on the jaw. A rough
and tumble fight ensued. Grappling
the dummy the genuine proceeded to
unjoint it in a very rapid manner; rags,
wood and other members of the decoy
began raining in showers, and the lit
tle girl being unaccustomed to such
actions started to whimper, and, as
the circus continued, gave vent to her
feelings in heart-broken sobs. With
not a little difliculty I separated the
fighters, and after gathering up the
fragments, started out to purchase an
other dummy for the child.
INTERESTING
EXPERIENCE.
Told
by the l'sychteal Research Society
Secretary to Unitarians.
Ernest Allen,secrctary of the society
of Psychical Research, related some
queer incidents before the Unitarian
ministers of Boston.
One experience of his own was quite
interesting. A friend of his died, and
the widow was about-to dispose of tho
household furnishings when one day,
a little more than a week from the
date of the death, the speaker on entering-
his own room felt distinctly the
presence of the dead friend. It then
came into his mind that he should write
to the widow and tell her not to sell the
furniture because another friend would
come on f:om the West and arrange
matters more satisfactorily. '
To convince hiir.self, if possible, that
this .vas not a hallucination but a
bona llile communication from his
dead friend, he iinmou iat.t y visited
two ladies who live near him. one of
whom is a medium, aud witli..t the
slig-httt sutrestion from hiia of tho
nature of his vi.Mt this lady informed
him that the spirit of ttv doctor, the
dead friend, was present. Ho there
fore wrote to the widow, as he had
been moved to do. and later on he
learned that the Western frien.l had
come on without the intervention of
any one and had succeeded in jrcttin''
the furniture de ilerof whom the jroods
were boujjht to exchange the' pieces
which had so many unhappy a: soci:i
tions for the widow for ether articles.
HE WASN'T THERE.
The Course of True Li Is C'rosse-ii by
the Small Ilrotlior.
When tht? coarse of true, love does
not run smooth it f reqt-ntly happens
that a small brother of oue oi tho lov
ers is the rock in the stream.
That was tha case with Mr. S;iatts
and Miss Kissam. The yov.n man
was waiting for his adored one to de
scend to the parlor, when Tommy
came in an.l observed curiously:
"I don't see 'em."
"Don't see what?' asked Spatts,
mystifed.
"The two string's."
"What two strings?"
"Why, the two strings tied to you."
"What on earth do you mean?"
Tommy?" asked the young man.
"Ain't you sister's beau'.'" demanded
Tommy, win thought thu he.it, way to
answer questions was bv asking more.
Why." replied Spatts.
that in colloquial terms I
alluded to in that way."
"Then you must be the
I suppose
miyht be
chap sha
meant. '
'Who meant?"
"Sister."
"What did she say?"'
"1 heard her te'.l mammn she had
two strings to her low.''
That is why, when Mts Kissaru
came into the parlor five minutes af
terward, looking just too sweet .for
anything, Mr. Spatts wasn't there.
Costly to Keep Her.
"This is your little sister. Tommy,"
said his father, showing him the baby.
"You will love her dearly will you
not?"
"Yes, of course," replied Tommy, in
specting the latest arrival, "but it'll
cost a good deal to keep her, won'tit?"
"I presume so."
"Yes," said Tommy, with a long
drawn breath, "and when I asked you
the other day to buy me a white rabbit
you said yoti couldn't afford it"
A Base Slander.
Two visitors were observing with
admiration the noble form of a pass
ing policeman.
"Fine looking man," said ont,
"Elegant," said the other.
"Do you suppose he ever caught
anybody or anything?"
"Don't know. The newspapers,
though, say it's a poor policeman that
can't catch a nap occasionally."
The Little Innocent.
Gertie's parents have' staying with
them on a visit an aunt whose charms
are chiefly of an artificial character.
The little girl would like to sleep with
her and her wish is gratified. . Jf ext
morning Gertie comes running to her
man ma in the greatest alarm. "Oh,
mamma, I think I'd rather sleep again
with you, for, do you know, auntie
takes to pieces."
A million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
j have found just such a friend in Dr.
j King's New Discovery for consunip-
tion, coughs ami cold. If voii have
never used this great cough medi
cine; one trial will convince 3-011 that
it has-wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do aU that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemeycr's drug store. Large
bottles o(c and 1.
llKSKKVINU l'KAlSE.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King s Isew Discovery for con
sumption, Dr. King's New Life pills
Hncklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and ha"", never handled rem
edies that sell a. veil, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
Hartz & Lllemeyer, druggists.
BUCKLE Hi'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
lions, and posi .ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Iiartz & Ullenieyer
When Baby was sick, we (raw m-r tastoria.
When i-'ho was a Child, slio crind for Ca.storia
When she becamo 5Tiss, tho clnnR to Castoria.
When the bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Ca&toria.
Lane's Faniilv Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Mit people need
lo use it.
(ihii -e G ry f o r
Pitcher's Castoria.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam w ill stop the cough
at once
.Jlichei5- Castoria,
l"'red .-t.it; :r.-.-e : .hi i y-ai's and ..
months .. ivs: .-. . :: v. ...-e t li.i:
in. ' h . ii. ..it an t .V::i;t;:e S'avfh
l.ii.-.ily in jiit -.l !iv a cr...-ini; accideul en
the "O" ti t ; :. a. .i
::-r"s4.'
i '' .
1 isr--
V'l.-. i. .liKAV
KCM. 2. AVERY,
Ht or the Largest Cont actof.s i.-;a i.m o
CRS IK NlBRaSilA.
DiSElSE 30 YRS.
Gkxnd Iand, Knix, April Mh. 1
II ile a Zlcdicat Co., EtftJi a rt , JtsJ.
Grvn T;r.N : I hail bc-en tro::b: -1 - - - x
:-iEESE FOP THE LAS"" SO YttRS, Itli'i i I"
v: s trcHte-l by uMe !btit'i;t:is miO i : . . i
noJics, I jnvw sivir.s.ily o:o until i y.- -. .. .
T ELY PPDS7RATCD AND CO!Fl. EO 7 vr
"CTmOI'T ANY HOPE or RECOVERY, i "- '''
ho ;teti:e.n diiEcviity thtt ray circuisit .- .
Hthousads;;.
ok u ccn?rfoii?riois apnin. Wti!e in tiii'i : , -'Liu
I tried your new Het Cupe. u--! I t '
10 improve frum Tle lirst, utitl ih.v, 1 n:i jii.:-.- lot- .
CIKK1 (TitJ S HOIK I.irU tli ll-iliMU M:-l. 1 1., . J
Sold on s l'ohitive Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' FILLS.50 Doses25Cts.
rin it. iten
A trw and Onmplete Treatment, con.l-.ilne of
fupiHHitoriei. Ointment in Canpnli1, aloo In Box
and Kille; A Positive t'nre for External. Blind or
Blccdir.ir Itchine, Chronic Keccnt or Ileredtry
Pilea, Female wiixxibhii and mnnv other dla
eapen: it i alwaya a treat benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Iitmedy has nerer neen known
to fall. 1 per box, for SS; sent by mail. Why
anffer from this terriable disease when a written
enarantee ia poeitivly giyen with l bottles, 10 re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
fm aamie. Onaractec ld by out atfeul.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta tike magic on the ctrmach. Liver and Baw
es; dtsels Uysfiepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous lieorilers,Slceplessnes.Losf of Appetite,
restores the comploction; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. PoeiUve cure for Sick Budachi
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vials of B0 rills 25 cents.
BAKTZ A TJLLMKYKR Sole Agenu Kock Isl
af ' "
MBTROPOIITA N
'fjS;il i
Dr Macs- New Heart Cure
rctlit l.r my rOt-very. It isovorsix lie. -ri t ' s --n J
I laive taVen any. altnouh I keJ a l'tt!j i: i:ms
(uiiisv in ee I should need it. I Lave ei- ieJ
your Nerve and Liver Pills, ihink a
cieat deal A lUclu. . Avi.-. v.
Cer. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
Thorough instruction, cheap BoanniNO.
itegsnt fireproof buildms , ,
I
I
ZOA- PHOEA.
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
m book avert A dollars, tent sealed for 10c
Header, suffering from any complaint i-eouHnr t the female sex zoa 1,. .
worth eTervthing to you. Letter, for advice, marksal "CTmutimr ,U if
seen by our physicians only. Z0A-PH0RA CO., H.CCOlllW See', K ani ar'
CHAS. DAWWAGHER,
Proprietoror of the Biady street
Ail kinds of Cot Flowers constantly on tn.nu.
ureen Llouses
One block from Centeal park, the larsef t la
JOHN KONOSKY,
Carpenter and Builder
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,. '
8hcr on Vine Street. ROCK ISL VND. ILL
THE NEW
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephofaw Kock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or exprt-br
wajou and you will receive prompt attention.
PtfBEKLAKK & SPENCER. Prop
s SEIVEfUi k ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER
All Kinds 01 Carpenter Work Done.
UunareU Jobeing done on abort notico aud eauamcium ira.-ani,., .1.
Ot8cM and Sbon Twolfth Htrnst- Hues ISLAM,
Contractor
O ' .iju Mior 225 E fC ill ecth S.rtct,
s'"." t'n-is of mnn-atc -eorit aain'ciaity.
BAXKS.
TEE IMOLINI
Si'ATE SAVINGS BANE.
liiolixie, 111.
tct'-'oruer Firietsib t-tnj'jt ucd Third ji-.
CAPITAL SI OO.OO.OO.
Su -t eels the Mol:r.e Scvinas oi.fc. 1 reumzed l.-w
5 lVrCEM IHLliEM .AlftW DLr05ITS.
irirai.izcd uuder SiaVt Ls.
O .. c from 3 n. in. to 3 r m.. and Weanod::y a-.'n
Saturday nights from" to Spm
I'osteb SiniNKS, - - President
li. A. Aznwi'HTU, - Yice-Ir'iirieni
j r". i'.emknw.v. ... cashier
B1RECTOUM
loner kiner. W. W. Well.
0. A. Hose, H. A, Ainswonh.
1. li. i-::lwr.1, W. H. A;i:in.
ALiiirew r rihert, . '. F. lltsmriiv.y,
ll'iraie lariiim.
Western Investments
GUARANTEED
REAL ESTATE LOANS
maie fur prirati- parties in the ctriien
HKt of the- west by the
Orchard St:ite Bunk
of OUOUAUl), NEBRASKA .
K. W. Part. I'rcsidi nt.
J. S. D.ikt chi r.
UKFEKENfSs. .
v.l'cheii A Lynde. Bunkers
'. r'. '.'chin-on, t'tifl.icr lioi Islacd Nutiti'al
'. I k.
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lt-rrv Hint's Sctii. W tiolessie i.i-ocii.
'. .orri-MuHHiciicc -tilicited .
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SAVED i
LAE0K. TIME, MOI-JE
Bl UBINS
it
SOAP.
Use it your own way.
It ie the bett Soap made
For ashing Machine use.
MADK BY
WARMOCK & RALSTON.
"'old evervwbere.
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
liaising brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box ffl.
ANTI-wASflBOARD
genres to CiRLSa i,,,, s, ,
development and thus prw.,,K i, , rt
weakness. h,uS j
Sustains and sootlios t , ,.,... , f
Women, JJjFiausti u '''l
and iirovraU iirolapsus. " 'v,lt( ''K J
Cure. ValpitnUnn, Shf ,.,
ie.s.v, nervous l,reiikiitS .,,
prsveutiiifr insanity), i,r. i.li,,..
Change of Ufe. and lt 1", .
happy old age.
Iowa.
Flowor Store
14 Brad reet, I)aveti,n. U
exiiol Iriiavi
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i.Vff'iMACi'
AN!'-
Insurance
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soti Inauranct Ccj.i... vi L;.- . .
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tocfcci'tot German I: . v.,
.lisirs Ins. Co., cf i'r.i.-.!.-. l. .
-.ui i'i'vOtlce. Lot-.-!.-:.
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.oriiritv Co.. u ivc-. . -
a!lwcte ."icc::ac;cs li.f.o. .. y. n-s
oerman irc Ins. Co.,of Ptor:.:.'..
Offlce Cor. ISth St., a-i tkccxd .
rock isla:;d. i
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Established 1S6S.
i 1 1
'THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAKU
MIMCI Mil
Ut, reseating over 10 V.V.l:: u V
of Cusa ssiis.
''ire. Life. Tcr::?.
Accident, M-.t:::..
Ecii.-lcycr'c Lij..:!::
--SUKAXOE
Honiis of S-.;rc t;f sh.p-.
.-:iiCI. !itcl:e:i.A Ljr.,:vV : .-.
L-st 3 -
j. ;U. BUFORD,
General . . .
Insurance Agent.
The old Fire and Time-tried Com; iLiei
represented .
Losses Promptly Pail
Uoa aa 1-.u aa m-ntm rnli.hla mmTlRnT f ili &&
Your Futronaire is eolicited.
PARKERS'
Laundry.
Washes Everything from a fis
silk handkerchief to a circl
tent: Lace curtains a special:
No. 1724 THIKD AV
A. M & L. J. PABIiER
Telephone No
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