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New York Irtneh: 123 Fifth Avenut.
American Mineral Water Co.
A. C. POWERS, Manager.
277 KINZIE ST., CHICAQO, ILL.
'PHONE CENTRAL 012.
! Distributors of...
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ALMANJUBT
(Tit TiUe Water of the WorM)
Foreign and Domestic Waters,
QMOER 1LES, WILD CHEMLT rHOSNUTE, ETC.
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THOMAH :NAII.
JOHN DOWDLE,
Telephone Central 1445.
NASH & DOWDLE
oDtr&etor$.
145 La Salle St., Rooms 211 and 212.
Box 378 Builders and Traders' Exchange.
N. O. LOOM IS,
Preelslent.
J. A. HOQAR.
m. and Gen. Man
ILLINOIS STONE COMPANY,
Dimension and Rubble Stone.
QUARRIE8 AT LEMONT.
Iiii Oflct mil lam, Comer Liiber mil 221 Stnets.
TELEPHONE CANAL tOO.
NORTH 8I0E YARD8,
Bitten Ave., On Block Nortfi of Division.
Telephone Wsst SOI.
...CHIOAOO.
iHptH Business men using Catalogues and IHxv
Wfl Cuts are requested to write or Ule 3)
WKm The oldest photo-engraving houM SW
ISfj In Chicago. They make Half-tones, TaiSfl
(KEyJI Zinc Etchings and Wood Engrav- v&j
ijRQl ings for every purpose. Send for mmI
SfSI New Catalogue. 79 81 Filth Ay. &J5
If you want a good lamp use tht
SUNBEAM
INCANDESCENT
LAMP.
It burns longer, and gives a clear, Bteady light.
See that you have the Sunbeam.
Dm Our Low Candle Power Lamps in Your Residence.
.THEY WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
THIS IS WHAT ONB OP OUR CUSTOMERS SAYS:
"Whkaton, Illinois.
"You ask If the 4 C. P. lamp aent me are gWlng satisfaction. Am pleased
"to state that thev are entirely satisfactory. 1 hare been placing these lamps
"la a great many nouses and in one that formerly had about thirty-five 16 C. P.
"lamps t took out their 16 C. P. and substituted 4,6 and 8 0. P., about one-third
"I these being 4 C. P. By so doing their lightingbiU was reduced ontMhlrd.
" Whkaton elkctric Lt. & Pn. Co."
H wM pay (HMMri te ceastler tie use el these lasts. Tey give aM the
Ugkt accM fer halls, cellars aid closets. Seal for prices.
SUNBEAM INCANDESCENT LAMP CO.,
94 S. Jefferson Street, CHICAGO.
MOVE m FACTORY
a v o e
AMERICA 1ST
Anlii Metallic Fin Est ft
123 HARTFORD BUILDING.
For Hotels, Factories, Residences,
Public Buildings.
Always ready lor use. Safe and durable. Does
not require expert to operate.
A. W. NOHE, General Manager.
aiYMOUR BWARTB, Pre.
LOUIS SOHWAB, Bee'y.
Swarts Metal Refining Co.,
SMELTERS and REFINERS
Of All Kinds of High Orade
METALS AND ORE.
Manufacturers of Pis Lead, Pig Tin, Solder, Babbitt Metal, Spelter,
Ingot Brass and Ingot Copper. We supply Municipal Plants and State
Institutions with double refined Pig Lead, Jute, Cotton Waste, etc.
Main Office and Works, 20 and 22 N. DespUines St.
Long Distance 'Phone, Mala 3657.
STASLI8HBD !.
INCORPORATED !.
TILIPHONB, LAM VliW 1 01.
HENRY E. BRANDT,
Paints and Wall Paper,
446 A 448 Lincoln Avenue.
Paalntlnflr, Paperhavngrtnar and Doooravtinsjr.
CHICAQO HEIGHTS,
Where you will have the combined advantages of thirty-eight railroads (with shipping facilities unexcelled in America
cheap fuel, free water, free switching facilities, free factory sites, viwtrlo tight, electric power an abundance of raw ma
terlal, und Chicago freight rates to and from all points. Three switch engines are kept constantly on hand for the pur
pose of serving the industries. Again, and greatest of all, Chicago Heights Is tho center of population, and It is the
largest railway and distributing point in America. During the yast two years twenty-two manufactories have moved to
Chicago Heights, and many others are negotiating with us for locations. We ovrn 4,000 acres of land at this place, a&d
have arrangements completed whereby wo keep fifty vacant houses In advance of the demand, which may be rented by
the workmen at from 65 to 80 per month, or purchased at 810 cash and 810 per month thereafter. We aim to encourage
the nrkmen to purchase homes, and our easy payment plan places it within the reach of all to become their own land
lord 'and stop paying rent. Chicago Heights has hotels, banks, schools, churches, city water, electric light and power
tclopnono service, macadamized streets, handsome dwellings and beautiful parks, walks and drives. It Is the one place
in America where Nature and Science combine t reduce tha cost of production and cheaply distribute tho products of
the tactory to the consumer.
Mov your
Factory to
CHICAGO
HEIGHTS.
"Wo are ottering
Manufacturers
FREE
FACTORY
8ITE8
and other
Inducement.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
LAND
ASSOCIATION
Capital paid In.
81,250,00000.
IT PAYS
To deal with
responsible people.
taead the Names of the Founders of Chicago Heights:
JgpMMina. PMPuntti II l)J BKLT
LZs LINES
0IIA8. L. HUTCHINSON, Corn Ox
change National Bank.
JOHN BUEHLEB, Garden City Bank.
LEO FOX, Vice President Internation
al Bonk.
ADOLPH LOBB, Banker.
D. B. LYMAN, President Chicago Title
and Trust Company.
0. H. WAOKEB, of Wacker ft BIrk,
Brewers.
JOSEPH THBDRBB, Pre. Scboenhof
en Brewing Company.
M3ICIIT & HAKTHOI.OMAE, Brew
era.
UUDOLPII ltltANI), President United
States Drewlng Cumpuny.
GKOHOE W. KKLLNEIt, of Schmidt
Browlnc Company.
K. a. UIIILKIX, President Schllts
Ilrewlng Company.
JOHN CUDAHY, Packer.
MICHAEL CUDAHY, Packer.
LACKNER & BUTZ, Attorneys.
O HOUGH BURRY, Attorney.
WILLIAM VOCKD, Attorney.
JURGENS ft ANDERSEN, Wholesale
Diamond Merchants.
ANDREW C. LAUBTEN, of the Lin
seed Oil Trust
PimiRSON BROS. & CO., Grain and
Commission MerMmuU.
JOSKl'H AUSTRIAN', of Leopold ft
Austrian Transportation Company.
D. V. PURINGTON, Brick Manufact
urer. II. GRUSENDORP, Lumber Dealer.
RUDOLPH E. RHODE, Wholesale
DrtiKKlst.
JAB. E. McELROY, of Jas. E. McElroy
& Co., Real Estate.
ALBERT T. OTTO, Capitalist
II. E. SMEIDING, Capitalist
THOMAS B. MARSTON, Attorney.
DOLEHB & SUEPARD, Contractors.
M. II. KILGALLEN, Rent Estate.
ALFRED KOHN, Wholesale Grocer
A. 3. J. MILLER, Lumber Dealer
CHICAGO HEIGHTS LAND ASSOCIATE
172 Washington Street, Chicago.
ELMER E. BALDWIN,
Real Estate Broker
244-46 East 35th Street.
Wlttoiate: It. 411 taiilni Aft., tar. Uioola Ava. ".l&Wles
mmmsminimmiKMm
CHAS. PIERSON, Pres.
JOHN S. RTDELL & CO,
THE OLD RELIABLE
CLOTHIERS.
""KSr 1 2184-86 Archer .
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Cor. 2 2d St. and Archer Av.
Piersoh
Dairy
Company
186 Twenty-third St,
CHicnco.
Telephone South 5-47.
uS&SKsSsKRoQK
D. J. MAY, Sec'y. 8
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$100,000
TKLIPHONI 74SJ BOUTH.
TO LOAN at 5, 5 & 6 per cent.
ON OITY IMPROVED PROPERTY.
Personal attention given to property located in the
Fourth Ward.
Renting and Collecting a specialty.
join a srmr rsin
s. a. sraT vies mssmsw
aao. a. srsv sa ak tbi
John Spry
Lumber Co.,
WHOLESALE
The
Purington
Paving
Brick
Company,
OALBSBURO,
ILLINOIS.
THB WORKS OP THIS COMPANY
ara located on tho C, B. ft Q. and
Sante Pa tracks, and ara tho
largest and bast aqulppod In tho
World. Tbobedof ahals from which
the supply of raw material la drawn
la practically Inexhaustible and un
surpassed In quality, and the Com
pany take pleasure 1st referring te
mora than fifty cities and towns In
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Missou
ri where Its material has been used.
MAIN OFFICE OP THB COHPANY,
aalesburg, III.
CHICAGO OPPICB,
til Caaauwr et Ceaajtrce IMf ., Chlcsge.
Ill
FRED. W. UPHAM, President.
O, O, AQLER, Sec, & Tress.
Fred. W. Upharn Lumber Co.,
WHOLESALE AND EXPORT
Wisconsin Hardwoods
1470 Old Colony Building, Chicago.
Cbl. tddrtM "Upfasu, Cbictito "
stabllshoel l4.
ineeraaratasl laasi.
C. HALLSTROM TAILORING COMPANY,
Pine Tailoring
at Moderate Prices.
Ohaa. B. Halletram, Pres.
1 64 Randolph Street,
Ohicago.
THOMAS GAHAN,
Telephone Tarda 3t.
THOMAS BYRNI,
Telephone Wentwerth
Gahan & Byrne,
CONTRACTORS!
SHIN6LES.
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