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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1M)X
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICaOO, HOCK IBLAND A PAL'sTC HAILr
way Depot eornei Fifth avenue ud Thirty
first street, Frank U. Plummer, agent.
Council Binds Mtcceao-
UDT Express.... I
Kmm City Day Express. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bnle Express (
Ft Worth.D;nver A uC!ti
mwn.M A-AK ant
10:50 pmi 6:14 am
1 - " ' 1'" ...
7 45 am !:&Dm
3.45 am 3:90 am
! 4:50 am;ll ;05 pm
5:30 pm 9:00 am
Ftu art-Rock Inland Express
St. Paal and Minneapolis..
Kansas City and Si. Joe. ..
Des Moines, Omaha Lin
I-.... am w pm
:40 unv S :35 pm
1:40 am;10:20 pm
Daily. tQ Mng east. fotne wen.
F. H. Pl.ClmER. Apt.
L. M. Ail.lv. Hen, Afrt, Pax. Dept. Davenport
"DCTHJSlrr- KoCTE-O., B. A V. Hai.
.A way Di-o it rMr wgiif and Sixteen' .
X.J. Yonng, aiient.
TRAINS. inn t.i
H. liooi tfxprees tt.45 an.;' 7:35 pa
. Loul Express... ' 7:45 pm1 6:35 a a
Bt.Panl Express 7:05 pm; 7.55 a n
oeardstown Paaienger. ... 8:50 pm! 10:45 am
Sterling Pwienmr ?:Kamj 6:50 pm
La?ron se. Passenger ' n:50am! 5:06 pm
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAtlr
way Racine A Southwestern BiviBloo De
pot Twentieth tret. between Firft and Secocd
venae. E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
TRAINS. Leavb. j Arrive.
Hail and Bxpress 7 :' au- Y 9 30 p id
ft. Paul Express . .. 4 4i)m! 11:4 am
Ft. accommodation "4 -n.l 1 (O run
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. j Llt ABRITE.
Paal Mall Express j-8:05 am 7:05 pm
Express ; 2:)pm 1:35 pm
Oabie Accommodation 9:10 am -3 0) pm
" " 4:00 nm 1:06 am
BCRliINOT'N, CEDAR P.APIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street.Dar
nport. J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't tP Agent.
Davenport Trains, j Leave, j Arrive.
Passenger i b:55 pm'blO 45am
Freight bS CO amibU:l5 pm
Leave West Davenport.
Weat Liberty Train North. JSuth.
Passenger b7:r m bl0:J5pm
" ... al0:3'lpm a4 50ai
" i a 45 am t
Freight... i hi :15 pm bR:n0am
' b9:l5 m : hi :15pm
.Daily. hDiily except Sunday.
Going South and eastj
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO TBI
East, Sonth and Southeast.
Lt. Rock Island
b :n am
9 :3 am
Prlncerille 'l0:S0 am
Peoria 1! :15 ami
Bt. Lonlo ... .
; 1:15 pm;
, 3:40 pm
: 4 -0C pm :
! :50 pm
: 3:50 pmi
11 :00 pmi
Ar. Rock Inland.
Jlraft pm 7:05 pm
Accommodiitior. train leave Ro-k Island at
C:00a. m. and 6. JO p. m: trr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leav Peuiia 0:00 a. m. and
? :15 p. m; arTive Hock loland 4:M p. m. and 1:K
Ail train- rnn dally except Snnday.
All pac3i;er train. arriTi; and depart Union
Free Coair ciron Fa: !!xpre between Rock
!ond and Peoria, both directions.
Tnronch tickets to all p.o ; baggage coecked
hnn?h to destination.
L. Rock Island.
Att. Reynolds ...
a. 4U pm
wT. Canle ... . ..
" Hock Island.
11 IU , B1.I.UUJ
. i (.20 am H.50 pm
., 7.00 am 1.45 pm
.1 7.65 am' 8.00 pm
t. B. 9TJDLOW,
tn'' Tkt. Aeei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
rc.'.r.-. Car Service in the World.
The Knck Islaml is foremost in
(loptin any :nl vantage calculatt-d
to improve sjn-i'il and fjive that lux
ury, t-af'-ty ainl comfort t hat popular
patronage dt'iiiamls. Its cuipnunt
!s thoroughly coinplfte with vesti
buled trains, niajjiiilicfiit dinin;
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, holiest service from em
ployes are important items. They
nre a double duty to the company
and to travelers aud it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Islaud Route runs all
egular trains to EnglewooTl subur
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by getting off at that point
,nl avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oQice in the United States,
Canada orMexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Joun. Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111
It Cures Coida. Con; is. Sere Threat. Cronp, Inin
enra. Whoooing Co if h. Bronchitis and Asthma.
A eertaia cure for ( oniamption in first atagea,
and a sore relief in a dvaneed stages. Use at once.
Ton will see the excellent effect after Ukinf the
first dose. Bold by dealers every where. Largs
bottles 60 cents and il.00.
ITTORNEY AT L tW Office in Mitchell Jt
Lynae's new bio' k
JACKSCN & HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LW Office in Keck Island
National Bank b Hiding, Rocs Irland, 111.
I. D. evrzt-tt. c. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Beng.toi's block, Kock Ii-land. III.
C. J. SElBLE. S. W. SESKLE.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEY'S A 'DCOUNSELLORS AT LA W
and Solicitor in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island .
MoENIRY & McENIRY-
ATTORNEY'S AT I. W Loan moneT on pood
sepnrity, make collections. 'Reference,
Mitchell it Lycde, bi.nkers. Office in 1'ostoffice
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
ano oiirtnir the par t two years with the firm of
B.own.i.. A Entriken at Moline, hat now otiened
m offif 'j tne Andiurinm bniidlrg, room 5, at
R. M. PEARCE.
ttoom Jo e Hitcheii ALynde'encw bioca
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
l'e:h extracted without pain by the ce
o 17 b second avet ne. over Krell Math's.
Drs. Bickel icSchoemaker,
Mitche:' & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Hawaii. Clarb. H. Bqford.
HAMMATT & EUFORD.
ARCHITECrS, Rock Island, III. Office Koom
41, Mitchell & Lyxde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
P!ac and snperint ndence for all class rt
Rooms 53 and 55. Mitctell A Lynde building
DR. "W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention rivtn to diseases of the Eve
Office and residence S 12 Twentieth street.
Office hoars: 10 to 13 . m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. M. Telephone No. 1 109.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Tdikd Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. n . to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
J . R, Hollowbneh, M. D . Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbtjsh
Physicians aid urgkons, .
Office 4U-.1 23rd xt Telephone 10ti5
KesidencrTSI'Jlstst. " 1188
Dr. Barth i Dr, Hollowbnsb
to 10 a, m. iu to a. m,
1 to and 7 toti p.m. i to 5 and 7 ta e p. ni
DR. CKAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, KAR, NO
rhec McCullouirh Building, 1S4 W. 3d 81.
tio. re : V to 11 am: 1 to 4 nm.
'. F. Mtbis, M. D. (,bo. W. Wheblbr, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
AaraTTy and Isi-teaa r Htnri
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 118.
DB.HTF.RS. I DR. WHBELEB.
1 to 12 a.m. 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 8 and 7 to V n. m
Kes. telenhnn ijoo.
1 He, telenhmif.
Mitchell & Lyntc Block,
Take S levator.
lnsan Person. Rwtofrv
) Dr.EXINE S GREAT
Nerve R estorfh-
r sBRAmtrlS'B tVB DISK ASKS. Oniysmr
fairs' faw A'tv-: Mil ft Uttr I , .Vat r. -tr
TnrALLiBUI if taken i directM- ho h U - ft
rit"tays mi. Treatise and $2 nisi bottle frrr i
Fit patients, they pay nr at-reietMrceonrtnx whrn
ru. n-nn iiitn, -. ti. am eXTtrc antires rd
e Ow.KLINhr- 11 A"h St .PhtUJ'-lphU.Pi.
. i - J ,4f 4. ' MTA-rr4'i f&AWS
HE DIDN'T KNOW.
Woman Was Angry and the Train
Caller Nearly Lost His Job.
Over 150 trains a day cotue into the
Grand Central depot, Philadelphia,
and the other afternoon, just when
business was heaviest ana one of the
long suffering; station attaches was
calling- out the 5:15 express from
Albany, a woman came up to him, her
whole figure a life size interrogation
"Do trains from Connecticut come
in here?" she asked.
'Yes, madam," replied the station
She cogitated a moment and then
"What time does thj evening train
from from Oh, dear. I've forgotten
the name of the town, bat, it's in Con
necticut, and seventeen trains a day
stop there y.ou know the town I
mean. Now tell ine when the evea
ing train from there comes in."
"But madam," mildly expostulated
the train caller, "you haven't told
"Yes, I have,
"Oh, that's it.
interrupted the wo-
I don't know "
don t know. hat are you here for
but to know when trains come in?"
"I'd be happy to tell you if "
"No such thing," snarled the now
thoroughly aroused woman; "you
know, but you won't tell mo. You're
an impertinent rascal and I shall re
port you at once," which she pro
ceeded to do.
Nothing1 came of it. but the unfor
tunate man nearly lost his job because
he could not answer the impossible
question of a silly, irritable woman.
A MEAN TRICK.
Changing the Book Marks l.otes a Law
yer His Ca-.
A lawyer defending a promissory
note went to lunch, leaving his books
and citations on the table in the court
room. The opposing counsel sneaked
back into the room and changed the
places of r.i! his book marks. In the
afternoon :e lawyer, taking up his
books, re. vl the court to his authori
ties. His Lordship noted every volume
and page carefully and took the case
under consideration. In rendering
his opinion, ho said:
"I was inclined after hearing the
argument of counsel for defendant to
nonsuit plaintiff, but I find after re
ferring to the authorities quoted by
counsel none of them bear on the case,
and I am led .- think that the gen
tleman has wilfully been trying to in
sult the court. He has referred to me
an action of an Irishman who sued
the proprietor of a monkey for dam
ages for biting him, to a case of ar
son, one of burglary, two of petty
larceny and three divorce cases, none
of which bear on an action to recover
promissory note. Perhaps the gross
est insult to the court is referring to
'Duckworth vs. Boozyman,' an action
charging defendant with breach of
promise. Judgment for plaintiff, with
The lawyer never knew what the
matter was, and to this day he thinks
the judge was out of his mind.
SECRETARY FOSTER'S CHAIR.
How Carefnlly the .overnment Looks
After Thincs of Small Value.
It is the popular impression that the
smaller affairs of government are very
loosely run, and that in any of the de
partments are opportunities for fat
pickings by any man not over scrupu
lous. As evidence of the incorrectness of
this theory one of the treasury de
partment employes relates an incident
of the first day of Mr. Carlisle's ad-'
ministration. Secretary Foster had
occupied one chair at his desk for a"
long time, and, as men will, had be
come attached to it. He expressed a
desire to take it with him.
"Certainly," said his
"take it along."
It was more easily said than done.'
First an order was necessary; then
the chair was to be accounted for to
the official who has such matters in
charge; then it was to be paid for.
It was a valueless piece of furniture.
As a short way out of the difficulty
the appraiser was sent for. He eyed
the wreck over and over and said it
might be worth S2 to anybody who
wanted it very much.
"All right,' said the secretary. Then
he put his hand in his pocket, pulled
out a S3 bill, paid the otlicial and pre
sented the chair to his predecessor.
Not less than four false Christs are
mentioned as having appeared between
the years 1014 and 1GS3, among them
Sabbathia Zebi, the greatest of all
the many Jewish pretenders. Zebi
made a great noiss in the religious
world, imposing himself upon the
Jews as "King of the Kings of the
Earth." He finally tried his hand at
converting the Orient, and was only
saved from, being pierced by poisonous
arrows by embracing Islamism and
agreeing to labor for that faith. Of
the other three, one was Mordecai, a
German Jew, the names of the others
are not given in history.
They Learn ao Fast.
"Well, Willie, how did you like it?"
asked the fond mamma when her angel
child returned from his first day at
the public school. "Bully!" ejaculated
the cherub with a new light in his
eyes. "But, ma, don't call me 'Willie;
my name's BilL'"
Killing- Men and Rabbits.
In the days of William the conqueror
it was more dangerous to kill a rabbit
than a man. A murderer could escape
with payment of a fine, a rabbit slayer
was put to death: .
Awaiting- V ire-how's Decision.
Aanong the treasure trove which tas
come to light lately as the result of Hel
lenic excavation, none has been more
enthusiastically heralded than that
which was discovered the other day at
Deceleia namely, the cranium of Soph
ocles. Already it has been sought to
throw a damper on the delight of the
discoverers by suggesting doubts as to
its authenticity and certainly the Greek
record as to such "salvage from an
tiquity," whether it be a coin or a manu
script, a tomb or a cranium, is not so in
variably unsullied as to absolve the
finder from the most stringent proofs of
Controversy round this latest prize of
archaeology has waxed so warm indeed
that an arbi teT has had to be constituted
an arbiter who to classical learning adds
the scarcely less appropriate qualifica
tions of anatomical and palafontological
knowledge. Professor Yirchow of Ber
lin is the authority to whom the con
tending camps have consented to appeal,
and by his judgment, re-enforced as it
will doubtless be by that of the archae
ologists and men of science with whom
Germany abounds, the question will,
provisionally at least, be settled.
We await Professor Virchow's deci
sion with unusual interest and on rrounus
which every student of the connection
between genins and organization will
readily appreciate. London Lancet.
An Insult to a Princess.
Sarebji, a princess of India, came to
the World's fair from Bombay, her
home, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ballan
tine. Mr. Ballantine is American con
sul at Bombay. The princess supports
a school for native children in Bombay.
Mr. Ballantine relates an incident that
happened to her in a cable car the other
day. As she took a seat in the car a fat
woman adorned with cheap jewelry
flopped down in the seat next to her.
Turning to her companion, a little man,
the large woman sneeringly exclaimed
in tones loud enough to be heard all
"I suppose 111 have to set next to this
The princess quietly replied:
"Don't be alarmed, madam; I am no
savage and will not hurt you."
Whereupon the fat woman said to the
"My goodness, she can talk Englisli.
Who would ever have thought iu"'
"The manner in which the people here
gaze at a person is very embarrassing.
1 don't like it," continued the princess.
"Why should they be startled to hear
me speak the English language? It is
the first language my mother taught me,
and I am In-tter acquainted with it than
with anv other." Chicasro Tribune.
Rabbits Woie Than Coyotes.
The inadvisableness of disturbing the
balance of nature in the relationship of
wild animals js well illustrated by what
is passing in San Bernardino county, Cal.
A state bounty of $5 was placed on coy
otes, and this prowler of the foothills
and plains was then worth powder and
shot. So coyote scalps were collected to
such an extent in San Bernardino county
and elsewhere that the jackass rabbit
had the restraints npon his existence
very much slackened and increased in
great numbers. It is hardly doubtful
that thousands of rabbits are worse dep
redators upon the farmer's thrift than
scores of coyotes, which do not trouble
the crops, but only seize a few lambs or
sheep when they get the chance. San
Bernardino is now so pestered with ral
bits that the suix-rvisors have passed an
ordinance voting 20 cents per iir of
ears fur their slaughter. There is money
in this, loo, and it will Ik? well if the
county treasury is not bankrupted. Ex
change. Cauatlians Think Aberdeen Off Color.
The Canadian snobnocracy have dis
covered what they regard as a serious
blot on the escutcheon of the new gov
ernor general. It has leaked out that
Lord Aberdeen is engaged in fruitgrow
ing iu British Columbia, and that he is
about to establish a factory on his farm
for canning fruity and Ottawa society
being of a very exclusive character it is
feared that the revolting intelligence
may seriously interfere with his lord
ship's social surroundings. One news
paper which has been sent to me remarks
that it will create, no great surprise "if
Ottawa's select few turn up their noses
at Aberdeen because he runs a fruit
cannerv." London Truth.
Canada's Own Fault.
Canada it niioor country. Montreal Gazette.
Its poverty is voluntary. It is the re
sult of Canada's folly and conceit.
Riches and power are within Canada's
reach. The jioverty of Canada would
be exchanged for wealth by union with
t lie United States. By this union Can
ada would obtain an inheritance worth
tens of millions of dollars every year.
If these Canadians choose to live in pov
erty, they should bear its ills without a
groan and never ask for pity, never beg
for favors, never try to get hold of the
money earned by other people, never
wear wry faces when they look across
the line. New York Sun.
Sisters at the Fair.
A noticeable feature of the World's
fair attendance is the presence of so
many Catholic sisters among the sight
seers. They are particularly interested
in the monastery of La Rabida, where
they carefully scrutinize the relics of
Columbus and the valuable loan collec
tion of the pope. They themselves in
their black gowns give a finishing touch
of realism to the building. Chicago
Wong Ah Wah went to California an
almond eyed Argonaut in 18-19 and died
there the other day, leaving a large for
tune, gathered from supplying labor for
constructing railroads in the early days.
He went to China a few years " ago and
almost hypnotized the entire district by
bis lavish expenditures.
M. Got, the oldest member of the Com
edie Francaise, which lately visited Lon
don, is getting np a volume of reminis
cences of the trip.
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
uiMn this condition If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
you may return the bottle and have
vour moncv refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. Ki lie's New Discovert could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle
nievcr's drug store. Large size 50c
Since its lirst introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearlv in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
ir intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kidneys.
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
ftoni the svstcm. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Bl'CKLEX S AKXICA 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,
tions, and jHisi lively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
Found and Lost a Treasure.
One of the rarest books extant is the
first edition of "Don Quixote," published
in Madrid in 1605. Recently a collector
in the City of Mexico while examining a
pile of old books for sale in one of the
remoter wards of the city came across
an ancient edition of "Quixote," but
mistaking the date concluded it was not
a first edition. Next day he discovered
by reference to his library that the book
was a genuine first edition.
He went back to find the treasure, but
it had been sold for waste paper in the
interim, and although search has been
made in every small shop in the city the
precious volume cannot be found. A
few years ago a California book collector
bought in an old bookstall there a first
folio edition of Shakespeare, paying $15
for a book worth 0,000. New York
it Opeis the Eyes.
"My daughter i litnj her sipht," eaid an
anxious mother, '"and just on the eeof marriaee,
loo! What sha 1 I doV "Lit her get married,
by all means." rctpar.ded .he doctor; "marriage
is a refrular ee opener" A man eyes open
pretty widely, when he fi&ds h'.s wife's charms
disappearing. Health is the best friend of beauty,
and the innnmerab'c '11 t which women are pe
cul'arly subject, its worst encmincs. Experience
proves that women who possess the best health,
use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is the
only medicine for womer, sold by druggists, un
der a positive guarantee from the manufacturers,
thtt it will pive satisfaction m every case, or
money i 1 be refunded. This guarantee has
b en iiriiitod oa the bolt '.e wrip;r. tud faith
fully carried out for miny years.
Wl-en Baby n as sick, we pav,. e.er t "astoria.
"SVh; r, was a Child, she c riiil fv.r Costoria.
THi.-n slic bcvani' "iss. she cMn;r t- Oastoria,
V.'lien sh? Lad CI ildrvn, she pave hem Castor
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b nvels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
" K Sf
Anew and Cimpleie Treatment, consisting of
iipiiositories. Ointment In t'apsol", also in Box
ai d Puis: A Positive Cure for Ei'erua!. Blind or
H;e'-df' Itchinc, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles. Female weaknesses and mt.nv other dis
ease?: it is always a jrreat benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
derinsan opcratum with tAe knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kemedy hs never oeen known
to fall . 81 per box. 6 for f . ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this ternable disease when a written
iroaramee is poeitivly piven with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frt-t: sample. Guarantee ieed by oar agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like maple on the Stomach. Liver and Bew
els: dispels Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Fever, Colds.
Nervous Disorders,SleeplesHness.Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection: perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive cure for Sice Headache
and Constipation. S mall, miid, ' ley to take. Larce
Vials of 50 Pills 25 tents. b
HARTZ A IJLLMEYER Sole Agent Kock Is)-
- instantly removes and forever destroy-fb-
c. jcctionable ha r, whether npon the hands
lace, srnH or neck, without discoloration
c or injury to the most delicate skin. It was
! fob'fiftt tears the secret formula or "
C Kt-A--r9 Wilson, acknowledged by pbysi- o
cions as the highest authority and the
c" most eminent dermatologist and hair specia- 'a
list that ever lived. During hi private prac-
tice of a life time among the noblity and ar-
istocrary of Europe he prescribed this re-
cipe. Price, 81 by mail, securely packed.
C Correspondence confidential: Sole Arcnts O
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STATE SAVINGS BAH
office Comer FifteeEth etreet aLcTt.rCAn
Succeeds the Moline Savincs uar.s. Or;::
5 PerCEXT INTEREST .AID ON DEFiiii!:
Organized nuder S'.i-tc L .w.
Oen from 9 a. m. to 3 - n., and Wiascf&i
Saturday nights from : ;'3
fORTsa Skinner, . p-
H. A. Ants worth. - - V
I. F. HebENWAY, - i a
Porter Skinner, W W. We'. .
O. A. Rose, H. A. A!tcr.t
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. A.:air..
Andrew Friberg, c. F. UesiiLwij.
REAL ESTATE LOAN
made for private parties in tee cv
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Ban'
of ORCHARD. NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart. President,
J. S. Dakt Cwte.
Mitchell A Lynda. Bankers.
J. F. Kobiniin t. 1 Ni ::
C. C Carter, . D.
Henry Halt's Sons. Wuoies-iie ,--crr.
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