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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1907.
May Build Where Do Not Conflict.
In addition to the right to finish tip
work iu alleys in which trenches have
already heen opened for conduits, the
People's and Independent Light com
panies have been givtn permission to
lay conduits in the streets and alleys
in which they do not conflict. The
right to build conduits in alleys through
which both companies will run and
which have not yet been opened, how
ever, is still withheld by the city from
Pastor to Quit. Hev. William V.
Love, rector of Grace cathedral, has
tent in his resignation, to take effect
Sept. oO. At a meet ins of the vestry
of the church Tuesday evening Mr.
Love's resignation was accepted. Mr.
Love has been called to the rectorship
of Christ church, Waukesaii. 111., and
expects to take up the work there Oct.
J. Waukcgali is miles north from
Chicago, on Lake Michigan. Mr. Love
came here in liior. from Helena. Mont.
ino cnanqe in strike. There is no
change in the plumbers' strike. The
master plumbers state that unless the
men return to woik at once their
places will be filled by new men. Thej
journeymen plumbers on the o'htr
hand, state they will stand pat for
their demands. These are as follows:
Recognition of the union. Wages to
be increased from $::..".o to $f a day.
Master plumbers to have but one ap
prentice in shops where but three
plumbers are employed and but two
apprentices in shops where over three
plumbers are employed. The journey
men plumbers now out of work have
issued notices to the effect that thev
will look after all work that is offered
them and attend to i( promptly.
Sues City for Damages. Anna
Schmalhaus, through Attorneys Ely Ai
Bush, has entered suit against tliu city
of Davenport 1n the sum of $.".,000,
which she claims as damages for per
sonal injuries received on a defective
sidewalk on Sixteenth street between
Scott and tlaiues streets. The plain
tiff states that by reason of said defec
tive sidewalk she tripped and fell in
such a manner as to sprain both ankles
tearing the tendons and ligaments and
being otherwise seriously injured.
Workmen Dumped Here. About 20
workmen arrived hero from St. Louis
yesterday, vic tims of the old graft thai
has been worked down there before an
employment agency having taken from
$0 to $7 apiece from thctn and sent"
them to Davenport with a promise of
jobs that were found to be purely im
aginary when they arrived hue.
Little Miss Grace Tidball entertain
ed a party of friends at her home Mon
day afternoon, the occasion being her
Lixth birthday nnnivi rsay.
Mrs. William Whisman and daugh
ters, Nora and Mabel, are expected
home Wednesday from a visit of sev
eral weeks with lela'ives in Michigan
Hamlet people celebrated th; Fourth
in many places. Many remained at
home; others attended family picnic
Look at your Skin
Through a Mag
Sec the millinna of pores. See how
they arecloiiireil with dirt, soau, grease
and hardened oily secretions. Huw
can tho Rkin be beautiful unlcbS it is
clean unlcas the pores are open and
utile to throw off the pursiiiratiun.
A healthy skin in always fresh,
plump, pink and beautiful but your
skin can't be beautiful unless it is
clean, and soap contains too much ani
nvil rrca.se to clenneo it. Soap takes
off porno of ttie dirt but planters up the
mouths of the porctand burns the skin
by lU strong ulknli. making it harsh,
dry, salluw and wrinkled.
Removes all the Dirt
from the skin
mouths of the
the oil glands
feeds the skin ti
suosand makes the
skin soft,clcar and
Price 50c at
all Dealers -
Insist that your
dealer supply you
Try Kommmo Fcm Powdmr
Mrs. Gervalsc Graham
Mnlr. ol Fine Toilet Preparations
LtOTt photo of M.-i Ouvftljt Ontuus. J
IN." na PIN I
OF THE NEIGHBORS
while still others went to Aledo, Edg
ington, and the Watch Tower.
Mrs. C. L. Hoy lea and children spent
Sunday with Mr. Iloyles, who is at St.
Luke's hospital in Davenport.
Misses Hessio and Mary Marsh are
visiting friends in Millersburg.
William Cook was a Viola visitor
William Whisnian visited Sunday
wit h Luther Packer and family near
Mrs. Joseph Odell of Millersburg vis
ited Saturday night and Sunday at the
home of Lester Cain.
Hiram Cooper and George Taylor
went to Hay island Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Ilea be r of Aledo visited
sevcial days last week with her son
John anil family.
George Leslie who lias been .confine I
to bed at the home of hi a sister Mrs.
D. 10. Scott for the past six weeks is
Jesse Downing is working on the
farm for William Dottohoo. He takes
the place of Harvey Tanner who has
gone to Davenport to clerk in a groc
Mrs. Oscar Kathburn visited, wrh
her daughter Mrs. Paul Lorenz at Ik r
home in Moline a few days the last of
Walter Martin of Erie spent a few
days last week with his grandmother
Mrs. John Johnson.
C. L. Markee and wife are visiting
m .ewton this week with Mr. Mar-
Oscar Hoover, the former editor of
the Hillsdale Post has resigned his
position. Walter Scott is in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dennison of Erie
spent Monday with Mrs. Dennison's
sister Mrs. Jesse Walker. .
Mis. Fred Ashdown is suffering with
an attack of malaria fever.
Mrs. Fred Fihner is recovering nice
ly from her operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson Tweed of
Chicago stopped at Hillsdale for , a
week's visit with Mrs. Tweed's par
cms Mr. and Mrs. George Downing.
They are on their way to Denver. Col.
for the benefit of Mrs. Tweed's health.
Chris. Kasmusseit will soon start 1.
Denmark to visit with his people. A
sister will return with him to keep
house and care for his motherless
children. During the absence of Mr.
Hasmussen relatives will take care of
1 he children.
The woman who was taken to Rock
Island last Tuesday was sent to For
rest, 111. where she claimed to have
relatives. A collection was taken to
defray her expenses by those present
in the court house.
A very large congregation was pres
ent Sunday at the dedication service i
of the new church at Sharon. Ill near
Spring Hill. Over $:!,nut has bejn
raised in subscriptions and cash.
Last Thursday afternoon while liltl.
Kcmpster Douglas was hunting eggs
in the hay loft of the bam he had the
misfortune to lost his footing and fa!!
12 feet to the hard floor striking his
chin and cuting a long gash under uW
chin and knocking his teeth loo-;.
lb was taken at once to a surgeon at
Geneseo who gave him the necessary
Ike Marvil of Spring Hill is moving
his family to Hillsdale this week. They
will camp on the vacant lot of Ruben
Woodburn. Mr. Marvil will begin at
once on the new residence for Ephram
Kcmpster which will be modem in
Mr. Ropp of Fremont, III. is here 011
a visit to his two sous Levi and Eph
Arthur Entrikiu of Geneseo spent Sat
urday with his uncle Harry Entrikiu
mis. .Maim swan ami nine daughter
Florence of Danville, 111. are here on a
visit with Mrs. Swan's aunt Mrs. D. E.
Mr. Thornblown bought a span of
ponies from Lon Wilbur les than two
weeks ago last week. He hail the mis
fortune to lose one of them.
Alice Cooley returned home Satur
day evening from a week's visit U
relatives in Orion.
The two youngest children of Mr.
and Mrs. John Woodburn and Berni.:"
Feastcr wandered away from their
home last Wednesday morning and
were not found until late in the aft"--noon.
The parents, assisted by thu
neighbors, searched for them. The
children had circled the Docia bottoms:
and came out at the home of Janus
Camp. The searchers were at once re
called by the ringing of dinner bells
and by telephoning.
Mrs. Amos Shcppard is sick wi'.h
inflamatory rheumatism at the home
of her daughter Mrs. Lydia Smith in
Mrs. William Sheppard visited over
Sunday with friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. William Dillon was a Daven
port visitor Saturday.
Joshua Dillon of Rock Island spent
Saturday in Hillsdale with his sou Wil
Mrs. Wood of Sterling visited Fridav
with Mrs. David Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fender and
baby returned to their home in Rock-
Island Monday evening after a short
visit with relatives.
Mrs. John Butger, accompanied tv
her husband, returned to her home
Saturday morning in Urbana. Thev
spent Sunday near Chicago with a sis
ter of Mrs. Butger.
Mr. and Mrs. Fearl Dcbord were In
town Saturday looking after the shin
pins of their household goods. Mr
Tlif line? 1 w-n rrX i' rrt nn r fT - n. t rt
Rock Island and the night work at tu2
Hillsdale telegraph office has been dis
continued. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes of
Kansas City are here on a visit to M..
and Mrs. John Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. William Conrad and
baby Ester visited over Sunday r
Rock Island with relatives.
Miss Francis Liphardt of Milan U
visiting this week with her grandpar
ents Mr. and Mrs. John Liphardt.
Mrs. John Kuehl entertained her
mother and little sisters from Clinton
a few days the last of the week.
Jay Benjamin who has been work
ing at Briar Bluff is home suffering
with an attack of rheumatism.
Frank Hill of Watertown spent Fit
day in town with his parents.
E. L. Hanson attended the Chai:
tauqua in Clinton Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Mercer, representing the
hospital at Peoria, spoke at the Meth
odist church Sunday evening. Mr.
Mercer and Rev. A. A. Waters were
old friends, being boys together from
the same town in West Virginia an 1
attending the same schools.
The ladies of the Enterprise Aid so
ciety met Wednesday at the home ol
Mrs. liesketsell. Lunch was served.
Ernest Stephenson of Moline was
calling on Hillsdale friends Saturday.
The Drack children of Rock Island
are staying at the home of their- grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Li:
hardt. Sr. during the absence of their
parents, who are in the west looking
for a location to make their future
Chester Hinds returned to his hotni
111 Kansas Citv Monday evening aft or
a two weeks' visit with relatives.
William Xelphcr is in Moline th
week visiting friends.
enving to me ueavv rams tins we.'it
Rock river is out of its banks. Tin
corn on the low lands is destroyed.
Mrs. C. C. Johnson and children r
turned home Saturday after a week
visit with relatives near Wilton, Iowa
The Misses Maud McAdain and Je.i
uie McConnell went to Rock Islaa
Saturday afternoon returning Tuesda;
Miss May McConne! of Harlan, low,
and Miss Vesta Gregg of Daveiipot
accompanied them home.
M. bchoonmaker and family return
ed to Reynolds Tuesday after a visit
Bradford. The return trip was ma 1
by rail as automobiling was impossible
on account of the heavy rains.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. McAdam an
children spent Sunday in Rock Islam
with Ed McAdam and family.
Perry Davis, Sam Johnston, Joe Moi
risen and Fred Carpenter went to Mu.-
Miss Mollie Wayne came home Tue
nay alter a visit ol several weeks u
A number from here attended Mi
funeral of Nicholas Attig of near Ham
let. 111. Tuesday.
Mrs. Gus Bull and children
Monday with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parmenter of Gil
men, Iowa spent Thursday night and
Friday at W. E. Parmenter's.
Mrs. Clarence Roberts visited la.it
Sunday in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaffer of Tay
lor Ridge spent Sunday at O. .
Mrs. Charles Waldnian and daughter
of Rock Island spent Sunday ;it Thom
Willie Wait of New Mexico
in this vicinity last Monday.
Self-Government in the Philippines.
The first step toward Filipino self
government will be made July 30.
when all males not under L'o years of
age and not subjects of any foreign
power will be permitted to vote for
members of the Philipine assembly as
well as for other provincial offices.
The first step toward relief and ulti
mate freedom from ailments of the
stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels is
made as seion as you take the first
dose of Hostetter's Stomach Batters.
You know that delay only makes a
cure so much the harder to accomp
lish, and increases your suffering. B3
persuaded to get a bottle of the Bittern
today from your druggist, grocer or
general dealer and let it cure you of
dyspepsia, nauesea, indigestion, poor
appetite, heartburn, belching, femalo
Ills or malaria, fever and ague.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
sure, safe pills. Sold by all dru
Take half a
la itfsnsud M&wei4
Danner Transferred. F. M. Danner
for 11 years freight and passcuccr
gent of the Rock Island road in Mo
line has received word of his truiisfc.
to the position of agent of the Rock
sland at Peoria. The change comes
in tiie nglit 01 a substantial promotion
for Mr. Danner, for Peoria is rami
fourth among all the local offices of
the system, based on the volume of
business the Rock Island aunual'v
undies in and out of that city. Mr
Danner will de-part in about ten days
for his new post. As yet no decision
has been reached as to his successor
Molders Take Over Foundry. Mold
ers employed at the Moline Pump com
pany have formed a co-operative com
pany ami will contine the business !
the foundry. The management of the
Moline Pump company gave notice
that it would discontinue the ope--
.11 ion of its foundry, at least temporar
ily and when the molders were givei
this information, they organized a
oinpany to continue the foundry. Th"
oneern will be known as the Moline
Pump Company Foundry association
At a meeting, the following officers
were elected: President, A. IS. Pen
ney; vice president, Roy bcholor; mai
ager. Henry O'Brien : secretary, Wil
liam i-.iuanu; directors. . i. swar-
s.on, Fred Wegge and Louis Johiisuu.
Body Bore Moline Card. A card and
some papers lauen irom a bo;ly taken
out of the Mississippi river 10 miles
below LaCrosse, Wis., would iiidica.e
that the man either had lived in Mo
line or at least had passed through
here. A card was taken out of tie.
clothes on which was printed "Tri-Citv
Fish oi Oyster company, Moline. 111.,'
ind this led the coroner of that coun
ty ie wriie lure, noiitying me police
ipers found in his clothes indica'-
that the man's name was Edward Mur
ray. Nobody at the Tri t'ity Fish &
Oyster company's house knew any
thing about the man and he lirobabi-
procured the card while passi'i:
through the city.
No Extension This Year. Definite
announcement is made by T. S. Lloyi
superintendent of motive power of th
kock island roan, to tue eiiect mat m
improvements or extensions win lie mi
del taken this year at the Silvis shop
of the system. Mr. Lloyd writes: "I
beg to advise that the budget for thi
year does not indicate auv plans fo
extension of Silvis shop."
Wants Factory Site. Providing M
line gives satisfactory inducements
the Combined Liquid lank cc Krelgiii
Car company will locate its plant
Moline. 1 lie company, which has it
present offices in Chicago, wants tit
teen acres of land on which two lar
buildings will be erected, and althoti
starting with a list of employes nur.
boring 2.i0. the company will eventua
ly employ S.ntio men.
Freeman Returns to Y. M. C. A.-
Friends of the .Moline Young Men
Christian association and of John :
Freeman, will be especially pleased t
learn that he ha.- been called and a
cepted the position of secretary of th
local association recent I v iett vae-au
by the retirement of J. L. Roger, r
signed. Mr. i-neman lonueriy eu-cu
pied the same position prior to th
coming of Mr. Roger and then demon
strated his executive ability to mame
the affairs of the association. Vnd
his leadership, the membership has in
creased as it never did before. A year
ago, Mr. Freeman resigned the pos
tion to go into other work.
Anderson Let Off Easy. At the
liminary Hearing ot led Anderson w
was charged with interfering with rail
roads, Police Magistrate Gustafs
dismissed the case- on a motion of tie
prosecution. He was fined $23 and
costs on a disorderly conduct charge.
May Publish Belgian Paper. Molin.
may soon have another newspaper,
owned and operated by the proiuiuer
Belgians of the city. Stock is be-ins-subscribed
at the present time and i.
is expected to have the first edition of
the new paper printed in the fall. Th
object of the paper will be for the ad
vaneenient of the Belgian nationali:
in the United States.
Miss Elizabeth Kough and Harriot
and Dow Bancroft ef Rock Island spent
Sunday visiting at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Hinkley und Mr. and Mrs
Richard Walsh. Miss Harriet Bancrof
remained for a few days' visit witl
Miss Vera Hinkley.
Little Helen and Ralph Comber of
Ga'esburg, who have been visiting foi
the last three weeks with their grand
mother, Mrs. Speade, returned home
V. II. Dumbeck's new soda fountaii
is now in order. It is an elegant fixt
ure, of solid mahogany and quarterec'
Howard Stephen and Logai
Adams of this place- have returner
from spending the Fourth in Chicago.
Miss Nellie Conway and sister, Mrs
Roach of Chicago, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Powers
near the brakeshoe works.
Arrangements have been made by
the gentlemen members ot the Catholii
church choir for a hayrack party to
Carbon Cliff next Friday evening, to
rehearse at the home of Mrs. O'Donnell
of that place.
Mrs. E. A. Hinkley was a Rock Is
land caller Tuesday.
.Mr. arid Mrs. H. W.
into their new home
Hill have moved
on the Eleventh
L. T. Haddick of Des Moines, Iowa,
-pent Sunday at the home of James
Mr. and Mrs. Burr Engle of Avon,
111., spent Sunday visiiing among
friends in Silvis.
The W C. T. U. met at the homo of
their president, Mrs. Dick Bell, on Ele v
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Pennell are to
o to housekeeping with Mr. and Mrs
Tom Wanless oil Eeleventh street.
The school directors of district No.
4, J. C. Corb and George Nichol, took
the school 'census July ::, and found
that there were SO I children of school
e, and 107 enrolled in the Silvi
schools last year.
At the recent special school election
on the proposition to build a school
house at the west end of district No. :'. 1,
ami issue bonds to the amount of $5,
"no to build a sehoed and nurchaso .1
ite, the question carried bv a inajuritv
f votes. W. H. Gulley was elected
school director to succeed John Tho
me r, deceased.
G. W. Seidel is having plans drawn
for a $1,(100 residence, to be built on
his lots mi Second avenue, near Fif
Last Tuesday while little Ruth Noah
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Noah
was playing around the house she ban
pencil to pass by the family dog an
it sprang upon he r and severely bil he:
ace. Dr. Brimer was called and dies-.-
ed the wounds. The de was kill-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walthcrs were
business cabers in the tri-cities la.it
The Fourth of July celebration held
it Joslin fair grounds was largt Iy at
tended. Judge II. W. Olmsted of Rock
Island and Attorney McEniry were th
orators of the day. 1 lie music was fi
nished by the Moline Drum corps. Tn
ball game between Zimia Cubs an-1
loslin Wftite Sox was won by Joslin
by a score of 10 10 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Argubright of
Battle Creek. Mich, who have been vi,
iting with Mrs. Argubright's friein
1 lie past few weeks returned to their
home last Friday.
Miss Edna Cox spent a few da
with relatives in Moline last week.
Dr. Dailey ami familv of Port lUron
spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mr
Mrs. Theodore Frels who severely
cut her hand with a bread knife about
three weeks ago and caused blood po
son is some better.
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of Moline
-pent the Fourth with Mrs. Simmon'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pencil.
Mr. Durfee of .Oskaloosa. Iowa wh
has been the guest of Mr. and Mr
George Wake the past few days d
parted last Sunday for Hampton who
lie will visit friends.
Mrs. Onier Karr and chihlrcu of
Rock Falls have been visiting with M
and Mrs. S. S. Real.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Reynolds am
familv of Muscatine spent the Fourth
here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stuart are the prou
parents of a baby girl.
Miss Mamie Robertson of Rock 1
'and and Mrs. Spinney and tlaughu
Helen of St. Louis visited from Wed
iesday till Friday at the heme of Mr
mil Mrs. C. B. Burgoyne.
Gray Tittenngten s team ran away
last Friday. They were hitched i
front of T. E. Cole s, broke loose, ran
o the U. 15. church, left the wagon
here, and ran on as far as L. Burmeis
.er's, and were there caught.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huntley and
(Continued on Page Six.
The greatest in the market today are
The new Steinways at the new
scaleof prices present values that
are entirely unapproached. No
other instrument offers such
quality and no other will keep
your investment so safe. You
owe it to yourself to study our
proposition, which is within the
reach of any well-to-do family.
A Steinway means a life-ime of
Also at the present time an un
usually large number of
in perfect order at low prices, and
practically as Rood as new at most
attractive figures. Write today fur
"Portfolio ot World s Artists, con
taining 170 photographs, free.
With it we will also send you full
information in regard to prices,
terms of payment, etc.
Pianos Sold Everywhere
Freight Utually About $5.00
Steinway 6 Sons
107 E,. 14th Street
New York City
Wick Blue name Oil Cook-Stove
Because it's clean.
Because it's econom
ical. Because it saves
Because it gives best
Because its flame
can be regulated
Rf?cause it will not overheat your kitchen.
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.
Made in three sizes and fully warranted.
with latest improved burner. Made of brass throughout
and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room,
whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every
lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency If not at
1 STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Why We Get the Business
We know why. Two words tell the story: We're fair.
Our iioliey lias always been to treat a man so fairly, mi courteously
and considerately, that when he needs money he thinks of hut one
company the MUTUAL.
Our rales are lower, our terms EASIEU. than those of any.com
liany in the tri cities, and we never say $3 when we mean $1, and later
tack on "extra:;" to make up the difference.
We arrange quick loans, in large or small amounts, fur a Ions or
t hurt lime, mi furniture, pianos, horses, wapitis, without publicity, h'a''
iii I he properly undisturbed in your possession.
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
Peoples National Bank BIdg. Telephone, Old West 122.
Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to . m.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to B p. m.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
lie la the old reliable specialist, established in Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over lifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. Tlicy look your money and left nothing but
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the people lie cured 12 years ago have remained
DOST waste your time trying others, for you rannot Ret our treatment
at any other place, as most of our appliances ami treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention, and you cannot get the same re
sults without them.
SKK our new pi;antlc Static X-Ray machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
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equipped Institute. Consultation, nspcclioii and explanation free and
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money lor inferior treatment when he surest is the clic.-iicst. Our guar
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ro where you can net the best fur your money If you are not bute. In
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OMK. suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
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perience. MK. we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and blacVlcr diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and si"ei;tl weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach ami intestinal lisrases. Varicocele removed in one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until vuu see it
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport. Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. BO., 2 to
4:30. and '( in 8:30 p. m. Sundays from 10:39 to 12 a. ni.
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Glorious beyond compare is the scenery, the climate and the opportunities
for out-door enjoyment in the great western country.
"S with its eool breeze and azure skies lis picturesque
m. ninrRfin mountains and verdant valleys its exquisite Wild
w flowers and Its Garden of the Gods.
V jr mm . w" m with its scencrv that surpass-
I GllOWStOnfi rafK .ut ncht or the
VlUTiJlUIV M. l IV w1 its clear, placid
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m m with its grand oh! missions and snow-capped Sler-
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The Pacific Northwest SrlifS'S
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centage of American-born citizens than any other section of the country its
picturesque Columbia river with its magnificent cascades and great salmon
A trip to one or all of these interesting localities will he an
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CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
B. & Q. Railway.
Telephone, New 170