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Fred E. Sterling For
Secretary of State No man in the state is contrib uting more to the livlii-ess of the present campaign than is Fred E. Sterling of Rockford, who is seeking the Republican nomina tion for secretary of s ate. Fred is editor of the Rockford Regis. ter.Gaz »tte, one of the leading Republican newspapers in IIii nois, and he has been fighting the pirty's battles editorially, in s< ason and out. for many years. H i is a native of Illinois, having been born in Dixon, Lee couuty, June 29, 1869 For a dozen or more years he has been secre tary and chairman, respectively, of the Winnebago couuty Repub lican central committee. . .. pe ils to Republicans in all parts of the state from the fact that he c )tnes from Winnebago, one of the largest Republicin counties in Illinois, wtiicii has never had a nominee on the Republ can state ticket. The indications, some people claim, are that northern and cen tral Illinois where the Republi can vote is cast, will line up al m ist solidly for Fred Sterling ai d he will a'so get go d support in southern Illinois, He is. con ducting a personal campaign of Illinois and makes friends where. ever be goes, for lie is a good mixer. Some of the best news, papers in every section of the state are giving him their cordial support. CHICAGCX^Sk.TON RY. time ^2)^“ Northbound. Arrive. Depart. •'hon Limited .11:53am 11:53am . s,:lle Express., 2:45 pm 2:45 pm •PJoomingt on A room .. Starts 5:00 pm t Capital City Flyer.8:35 pm Stops •Palace Express .12:20 am 12:20 am ‘Idnight Special .2:43 am 2:43 am •Atlantic Express-Chi . Starts 7:00am Accorn.11:35 am 11:35 am •Spfld-Eldrod Accoin ..10:35am Stops ^Sunday Special .10:45 pm Stops Southbound. Arriv'e. Depart. •St T onis Express.3:25 am 3:26 am •Midnight Special __5:05 am 5:05 am iSpna-Mt. rotiH Accom. Starts 6:30 am •Inilrle State Express.. 2:36pm 2:36pm •Alton Limited .4:16 pm 4:16 pm •Chicago Arcom .S:40 pm Stops •Spfid-Eldred Aceom .. Starts 5 00 pm •Sunday Special . Starts 7:16 pm Peoria Division. Arrive. Depart •Peoria ccom .9:10 am Stops f- Peoria Express .4:00 pm Stops t Peoria Accom. Starts 3:10pm •Peoria Express. Starts 6:46 am •Sunday Sperm’ . Starts 6:30 pm • Sunday Sped,..9:00 pm Stops 0. & *A INTERT'RPAN SERVICE. ' Suringfield-Lineoln Interurbans leave Springfield at 9:40 a. nr. 12 p. nr, daily. St i'Ingfiold-Lincoln Interurbans arrive at Springfield at 11:60 a. m.. 5:60 p.m., dsilv. •Daily. fDail.v ex. Sunday. sSunday only. For folders, rates and further informa tion call upon or address I>. G. CAMPBELL, Ticket Agent Chicago & Alton Ry., Springfield. 111. Roy R. Reece Mayor of Springfield Who can and may be re elected next year should ne desire, pro vided he enforce the state and city laws, and who, vve believe, w ll enforce them. Mr. Reece, sometime ago prohibited pianos and women in saloons, last Sat. urday night ho dosed them a! midnight. The next thing ic his power is the Sunday closing, I am now doing a general Real Estate —AND— Loan Business Properly in all parts of the City offered for the very Lowest Prices and best Terms Loans made on Property * or Anything of Value. Strictly Confidential Ladies business solicited Phones: Office 2322 j Res. 176Su2 j (A. Morris Williams, Williams’ Bldg. ■ lltli i Washington b—Mamm Dr. S. A. WARE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE:—627% East Adams street HOURS: 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. 7 p. m. to 9. Calls promptly made. A Morris Williams Attorney at Law. In many of our issues, we have presented the likeness of Mr. i Williams as the leader in colored real estate here. He has done a | remarkable work along that lii_e, i not only for himself, but in the ; way of teaching others the way, or -‘breaking the ice.*’ He has done a good real estate business, and, as you have been told before, was the cause of the speedy erection of the colored Masonic Temple, the Williams’ building and several good resi dence buildings. It is als j it nolitole ia't that he is the first to open a la v office, t making his way to the legal fo ! rum by hard and constant work. This young man deserves double ! credit, for he inaugurates all the progressive moves that has caus ed our Industrial system to make such a phenomenal improvement. He is now doing an excellent le gal practice, and his success in this, as in other pursuits, is as sured. As a iawyer, he is shrewd and always confident of winning whatever case he gets and never thinks a case is too intricate. Dr.C . H. JONES, Contractor — Builder Real E,sta.te Rentals and Loans. 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