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Buys a ladies' fine Dongola button hoc, mil
solid counter and insSeTaStiS
' a ladies' fine Dongla boot, buttoo. oa the
00 ur hoe at tJbJPrice knocks 'em all out. Yu
v v must see our $2 fine to appreciate it.
FlS5J IL. We received them.
rth $r them.IC'
Wc would advise you to be in time, as sosi
these bargains won't last always.
1621 Second Ave., Under Rock Ishnd House.
Special February Bargains.
Upon sorting up our stock we find remnants and
IroLcn lots of paper, good, desirable, salable pat
terns. Hut wc must have shelf room for our large
stock of new spring goods which are arriving almost
Jaily, and these remnants and broken lots must go
at a sacrifice.
Less Than Half Price.
To make trade lively through February we have
also inaugurated a way down price on our new goods
and our stock all the way through.
Wc will not be undersold. Always to the front
Adams Wall Paper Company,
There Is aaoath to which Air.
torn look with sack feeliag of
prldcs February, because It wu
ib wis stoata taat im shf alas? lis-hta
of American history aad literature
givea as. Darin? th nest
month exercises have been held In
the public school throng hoot Rock
isisaa in nonor 01 our irreat men.
Washington, Lincoln. Lowell and
Sherman. The programs have, fro at
time to tine, been published ia Taa
A Sees, aad tha exercises of the past
week hare just been concladed to
Yesterday afteraooa the Ninth
grades, la Ko. 4, of the Misses Piatt
aa4 roup, held Joiat exercises. At
tae close 01 tae aigniy interestinff
-a . m war n - .
program, iter. w . s. Marquis ad'
uresseu some Terr appropriate re
mark to the audience, and the par
ticipant in the program, which was
MNt tar Seaonl ....SnalMriu
(Mr r.braan MX Ml nam A4aaa
t-aon- w...... arjr aaa ma rams
BHarair af WMttMw ..Wive Touat
BtuartfmaiSaaw Boaa Baalea "lialmii
BaaS Ballot Urara LaarU)
hawIHM. Ellanaaaa as Oot 4am
Btogfapar . I,aa-f.lln B4 Baa oa
Aeeoaat of Lo-cfalwa'a ruin Mar
mMBailaVirMbjLoagfalla)) JWia MlrSt-
aaoar at pi a a .wa riMauaraa
sac ar -Hmio) ...Mma Van Mali.
Bstian tmai Bvaaaliae aa. Bt,
waanaaiOT ar uoasreiiowi Abb. BcBaa
Datcrtnriaa of tha OrmiV Hoaar iii Jaal
Tae vataeenaaa to. unaarwiKwri . aeaaaa Ai
BatMiaa at we saw m MacfaJlaai
..j. ...fiaahla Kottaa
raanm vama umm.
Iteitn rt Beao. Bo UotBaa, Bartia kteafal
aad Jacob aaaaa...
Life of Uaeola nuk Mean
of Uaeotai IaaacfMetaiiB
Saae Sa Bcaaal ........ Teattu Ton vat
Macaws apnea at axHnn... Jacob Haa
Ltacela'a Last Draaat... Gr-eaCaator
aaa ay rcaoot.... . ..Bully 'aoaad taa Flag
la Sua Ko.S
Grade 6 also held exercises. Miss
L. A. Taylor, teacher, presiding.
The exercises were as follows:
nemphT at LoaftaBow Bairn Aaaaa
TsaV TWaSlV.aao a VtaTaS aaWSsI
AettTliy Caa o
waaaa ia waster Doitta Ft
Fraai my Ana Cattr. .MjrUaQv
Twam aaa9a..M... ....... ..nm
tea Ware ...... MaaeiJ.
lamia... aitasr Baaraa
soaa,Ta Caters Bala ,
saava rmj.ar, ajaaal aaaaaa, Baatfa Bank
aa StrUa Baaaa
atata Lad CaaVaw Bai.ill II
Battlll Jaaaia falMaa
Tae Afaa aaa cat aaag ...UlaiooM Uatala
Tka Pialaat Ljf .... ... UiliaLraa
51a .-;ia and 314 Twentieth street.
l'.,;Vft Store. Biggest stock la the three cities.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic qeI Dielzii!!! EnziaLa
j THE TAlLQn,
III tata faa aaa feaa y-a alk
I'm aala at Barwr Ooaaa rtiraiary.
I aaxuwx I
J (,) BLsadstkem I
' Bay so others. I
Seven Per Cent
Tha followiac ia a Partial list of
completed gilt-edged first mortgage
loans on aanu, wnica wo now over
for aale aabjecl to previous selet;tions
for their face aad accrued interest.
These loans kae beea carcfull se
lected vr us, aaa arc uroi-ciaas la
every ruspeck xtttrj are an seven
per coat act w vae lavesior. We
Lave other loaas to offer if these are
aot la amoaaU to salt the lavesior.
IMmt ttf saeara
9 S&0 00.... 7 S years 92.300 00
BOO 00.... 7 5" 1.M000
Sid 00.... 7 5 " 1,60000
1,400 00 7 5 " 3.00000
46000.... 7 4 " 4.060 00
1,000 00.... 7 6" 3,60000
30000.... 7 6 1.8U000
60000.... 7 6 " 1,600 00
S.300 00 ... 7 6 " 4,000 00
1,400 00.... 7 6 2.600 00
1,000 00.... 7 6 " 2,00000
1.600 00.... 7 6 " S.SO000
t.OOOOO.... 7 6 " 6.7J0 00
The secarlties we offer are
tally adapted for the lavestaMat
trust laada, as oar persoasl attea-
tioa to aii cMtaiis 01 tae loaa, from
iu date to iu maturity, relieves the
iavestor from all aaaoraace, axeept
to preeeat his eoapoa to as for col
leetioa. For farther lafocmaUoa
call at tae ocas 01
ceu. r. Bcrra.
bupt. Loaa Dpartaiat. -
- - - - -- -
lhoe Snaps. - jit8y RcCaBz Brm
lyi-vr uKm Cxerclses tor Distinguished - Si. . : Definition Accord W uw V n
v vav aaiiaX kW. i Bnm aaaa-ata ka VI L b. I AU. KATTtS t5
Bus a ladies' fine rWww-nU u... t . a. I . . I press coaiaaat will take eharre of I .
The Americaa Express eompa
ny win be a thiag of tks past
ib Xoek Islaad . after todav.. To
morrow aMnttaf; the ,C Ex
press coaipaay will take charge of
nil the express basiaess former It
traasactad by the Amerieaa Express
eompaay. Tha asssssagms of the
local oBoe will eater iato the employ
ot the United Spates tomorrow morn-
lag. Walter V. Jaasea, for the paat
two years cashier far the American.
will eater the employ of the U. 8.
A rent J. F. McKibben, representa
tive of the Americaa la Bock Island
for about twenty-two years, will be
iraasiertaa to some otaer omoe, out
still remain ia the employ of the
Americaa. While we deeply regret
losiag Mr. McsTibboa. she . best
wishes of all his friends will accompa
ny him. Ia assuming the express bus.
iaess the Mllwankee system, the
work la the local U. S. office, wiu be
greatly increased aad make Book
siaaa one 01, tae company 's impor
tant transfer points. Packages for
Wiscoasia poiats, over the C, R. I.
P. from 'the west, will bo trans.
f erred ia Rock Islaad hereafter in
stead of going to Chicago and sent
ia a rounuaoout way.
Letters have been sent out by the
American Express eompaay officials
to their employes oa the C, M. &
St. P. railway, complimenting them
oa their good work anil congratulat
ing the United States company on
securing the services o: tne messcn
gers, etc., and exteadiag their best
wishes to them m the (utare.
The "Statesn is today scading out
a map ot the new temtory acquired
ia tae acquisition 01 tae Milwaukee
GOLDEN JOY. -
Tat CM Clack a u.c Stall
Taa Ravaarar's B.iCa Maat.
1 taa ware.
Soar. Ta Biauakt.......
Taa root aaa Ba Saaea....
alasara ...... ....
Soas, Bea. BjattssaS Bio.
.... . . .. . - Saak Kaataf
. Irmi Bawa
-.... Wni Saatca
. ooaOafMsl artBfwlnaaa
. ...twfTce? 4ra
This afteraooa grade oVMiss Wake
field teacher, held appropriate exer
cises, sod the following pro
gram was rendered ia a most delight
BUffrouajraf Gaanr W.sfeli
a aaaaaaoa raao
Aaieaaara af Waaklaftaa
liscta . ...r
hatraaaaatal Dat....BaMta aa4 Oiac, NotUaer
Hara'a BMaaajr Botloa HawaU
alaaaa, Biiii af wa"iiataaa.
Im oaar. CaiaafaaaJ
aaar, KHlS CMftaa. OaaaB
aas Banj CaftilL
aas-Maaal V-aa Ball
SHajraahy of Bmty W. ta-ajSjnaa.j....
. Ml a Snillay
ataama. raalai ar Mia wuoa as
tasnat.,taaa. Saat aaS tva aMaa
aana laiuaa. van rnw-a, wui aaawgaai
rrw a. flatiai MaaaaaaaW.
&.ajaaaa... .... uaoaiu auayaa
.. aaMraa Beaiaaiar
taa la Jasma
nos. lataaf Baaa'y ,
aa CalMfaa Haar
ao w aasai aw IBB) aaaanv.
aad awoa. Taa Bsau Bar..
1 araj ma ... ....ami
SlinnaAi -t - 1 aanila ftaSIrt Mai.aall
btraoia'a ataaaiias af acan ..auruaaaca
uatraajraial IMi.aoa aiimia
OM rrHHal. a taa Whtta Baaaa.. .Banaaa Saal
UbodIb aecttyaaatf Saotca awpaiajn
Laat Bnaraaf Liacala ....Mt
Saax. TacOM, uM 1
aaa BV. Loamll .
Taa acaovlBaS ... ...... m. ..-CaSllasa)aallay
laatiaaiaBl ! Part
Mmmrn aatw BM Bllllesaeacw
Tke Bataaaa..M aaaioftilcs
laairaaMatal SMa .M.riaiaaca
On Friday the Sixth ' and Seventh
mules will hold exercises ia Mrs.
Linton's room la bulldiag No. 4.
The fourth aaaual contest between
(he Societies Miaerva aad Belle's
Lettres. ot the Bock Islaad High
school, occurs Friday eveaing at As
Bociatioa hall. The followinjr will
be the order of the evening:
aVavMaataf Baatrra IVfalara .
Daabla oaariat. tat naor. Oanan taaaV
aarfpan. Mnpi Saaaj, lat baa o.aa
sma Ma, sa aaaaaa.
WaMsfrfl h saa SSSS aaaasMfflsaW aPBaa9HBf
taaay. Toaay Banks gaaaf
Laala. Cban. "MigBt SiaSa aa tha Wa-a."
DaeaiaaMJaa.-'A Vaajaw an IS .
a of aaa-a i a a o iasa a . a aWawW
PwlaaaMloa. ttasfSa BitlajiSaal
SMaa ttw Sastaa m. CarrtiOaiaan
. rnallaal.af BaUaa taat-js.PiilSii. "
lvVtniafaB.aaaoaooa a ao apt afaFaati WtBLtm&
Baaata-4)aoatloa: amlaai. Jaa IgaTa
UfaaatwaarSa MM) WaaS fiiaxain. sbjBM
0aim AiaMsaa a caiasa
"a.. ..sissaai m aiainii
Tecal laa, CaaajOalaaaa...........,
flaS taaaaaav a- - aassad aa-
V'ltaWeVaVaVaaeaoaae.ae eeoea aaofW-af ttiafak!
tmijJjtJOttim, flanaast of 1aS
BTta. J. T.
Mr. aad Mrs. J. W. Newtosv of
427 Fortyhird street, celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary
Moaday, quite a aamber of old
friends of the venerable couple in
the twin-oities responding to the in
vitattoBS to attend.
The afteraooa was pleasaatly
spent with sociability aaa oongratu.
lations. During the evening Misses
Nellie Wilson and Ethyl Archer fa
vored the eompaay with nadiags.
Toata were given by Mrs. Newton
aad Messrs. John Lawhead, Emerson
Scholar aad I. P. WUsoa.
A fine eollatloa was served from 4
to 11 o'clock, the young ladies and
men of the Beichborhood waitinjr oa
the tables. The host aad hostess
were the recipients of many beauti
ful presents, amonc them beinir 1
tine mantle clock, flowers from the
neighbors aad silver cake basket
from the Belief Corps. The Ladles
sua society aaa w, c. 1. u. 01 the
Forty-fourth street chapel presented
Mr. aad Mrs. new ton each with
pair of gold-bowed spectacles and a
stiver sugar oowi, a silver
came from Ithe young people of the
neighborhood. The ladividnalTgifts
were equaay appropriate.
, TlaaBliaaraS Caaal
Mr. aad Mrs. Newton have lived in
this viciaity for the past 89 years,
aad are well aad favorably kaowa
throughout the entire connty. They
were surrounded by the entire fami
ly their daughter, Mrs. George
Tomliason, of Orion; their grand
daughter, Mrs. L. T. Holmes, of
Bock Island, and their three great
grand-children. Misses Bessie, Ber-
nice ana uiaays uoimes.
Maaaeer Kindt states that he 1
secured Walker Whiteside for a
turn eagagemeat at the Bartis Fri
day. March S. The company closed
aa engagement of one month at the
Schiller theatre Saturday Bight.
Considerable interest in Mr. White
side's Chicago eagagemeat centered
ta nts periormaace of Bicheneu.
Every aight it was played the Schil
ler theatre was tested to its utmost
capacity. He is not oaly a success
as aa actor, out ne is also a great
stage director. His plays are all
stsgod under his personal direction
carrying scenery and properties that
are aiatwricauy correct.
The mailing clerks at the nostofEce
are ia exuberant spirits over the ar
rival 01 a nae vv-poucB postal bag
rack which was set ud last aiffhu
The old rack held only 44 nouches.
aad was aot of sufficient caoacitv to
accommodate the iacreasina? postal
a a a. - a-a
oasiaess. a letter addressed to Ta-
hoola. Ga., will bow get aa equal
start with one mailed to Wayside. Fa.
Aa Iowa lady answered this query
tnus: "Dae aaa a . Jovelv complex'
. ... . -
10B, out ao Better thaa all of , my
girls have since they beraa to 1
Park's Tea. It is woaderful hew
pretty they look now."
Crop Correspondent Campbell's re
port to the department of agriculture
lor reiaraary saows the proportloa
of the earn crop of im ia Bock Isl
aad ooBBty remalaiag oa haad for
ooasumptioa to bo 40 pareeat, wails
76 per eeat of the eotUe crop of UCS
vrlfl probably ho eeomaSoA lath
eouBty. Otohadrad poreaat wit
acnwuwitti. abb ayarera bo
Taiaeavo aasm m u oaats par
It oocbts notUfreqaoatly that no
tices of raffles aad advertise meats of
similar schemes are submitted to the
newspapers for 'publicatioa. These
annoaace meats . are invariably re
jected at Thb Aaers ofBee, net in aa
arbitrary spirit at sH, bat bseause
the law forbids reference to all lot
tery schemes, and Thb A sous is a
law-abiding institution. Ia order
that the law ta the premises may he
fully understood and properly iater-
preted, the statutary aeetloa oa
the subject ot lotteries It here
submitted. By a close peraial
of the definition published be
low it may oe seea taat say per.
son, who disposes ef any property,
real or persoasl, depeadeat pea er
connected with any chance by dice.
lot, numner. nas am or otaer tram-
Mi ng device," is guilty of conducting
a lottery, aad is liable, me law ta
broad on this point aad includes raf-
ncs, etc., ia its definition 01 lottery.
The maximum puaisbainnt for ad'
vcrlising a lottery is 9100. The fol
lowinir defiaitioa of lottttrr may be
round in tne cnniinai ixhic, section
Who ever sets up or promotes aay
lottery for money, or by way of lot
tery disposes of any property of
value, real or personal,, or under
pretense of a sale, gift, or delivery
01 any other property, or any right.
privilege, or uung wnatevcr, aia
poses of. or offers, or attempts to
dispose of any real or personal prop
erty, with latent to make the dis
posal of such real or personal prop
erty depeadeat upon or connected
with any chance by dice, lot, aum
bers, came, hasard, or other gam
Mine device, whereby such chance
or device is made aa additioaai . in
ducement to the disposal or sale of
such property, and whoever aids.
either bv printing or writing, or is
. - . . . ...
ta aay way concern ea ia tae setuag
up. wanasinc. or - drawing 01 any
such lottery, or ia such disposal, or
offer, or attempt to dispose of prop
erty by aay such cnance or device.
shall lor eaca onense oe nneu not ex
The raalihaiaat for FaaUeatlaa.
The following Is the punishment
for advertising the same, aad may
be found in the criminal uode, sec
Whoever knowingly prints, pub
lishes, distributes pr circulates, or
knowingly causes to be printed, pob-
llsned. aistnuutea or circuiatca, any
advertisement ot any lottery ticket.
or scheme, or any share In such
ticket or scheme, for sale., either
himselt or by another person, or
sets up, or exhibits, or devises, or
makes, for the purpose of beinir set
up and exhibited, aay sign, symbol.
emblem, or other represcntatioa
or a lottery, or the drawlag- thereof,
in any way inaicaung waere a tot
tery ticket, or any share thereof, or
any such writing, certineate, uui.
token, or other device before ax
tioaed. may be purchased or ob
tained, or in any way iavites, or en.
tires, or attempts to invite or entice
anv other person to purchase or re
ceive the same, ahalL . for each of
fense, be fined aot exceeding 9100.
THE LATE WILLIAM MILLER
mm ail KaloaliM
y exferte'tood l Taraer
Tavlob Bidok, Feb. 28 The late
William Miller, who died at his h ome
acar Taylor Bid pre yesterday morn
ing, was hora in laeashire, Eng
land, on June 1 1, . 1814. aad was ia
his 80th year. He emigrated to
Rhode Islaad ia . 1841, and came to
this county in 1846. and has lived
here ever since. As a ataa be has
alwaya beea airb.lv respected by his
aeighbors, and iadeed by all tbeasiti-
seas of Bowliag township, who
elected him to the office of assessor
14 times and supervisor three
times. He also held the omoe of
postmaster U years, ami rasaa at ,otie
time president of the Old Settlers
assocIaUoa. His wife, Mary (U01)
Miller, died Aac 28, 1878. Since
then his youngest daughter, Haa-
aah. has kept house for him. He is
survived by four sons, William - 1L
Robert, Cyrus and James, aad two
daufhtcrs, Martha aad
They are all ia comfortable circum
stances, each of the bobs having a
rood improved farm, aad all of the
family llviac : ia the immediate
Earl, bob of Mr. aad Mrs. Thoi
Bopes. ot Edrfagtoa. was baried
MoBday at ABdsiasis, Ber. T- JL
Johaaaoa, of Edgingtoa, ofaCisUf-;.
The child was arod 4 years aad 1
Bvaath. aad death was tht .Tesjitt of
. . . ASaaaa
Is always toady for any eaHwyaaey.
She keeps a bottle of Park's Coa
Syrup la the boase la the. aa-rrf
tiaaa. A Mmmor eo asMi eeu la
quickly cared by It. UneiCed la
ttowf. - - ---- ' - '
: TWfBclIWs ot tha f-""--ile
fx af rriMtt m.v. a. u
Tseertasry sargsaas aa ixstthetlls? Ilsrch 1. 1..1
The Gitdt Event
1894 Dress Goods. I '' Memorable.
aaWWhstw wa sarshed the atark
oil BaWi aMmfWIy, Bever have we
foBB to greater troaMs to aemrre
Ue ahaleew. mtoat, most stylish
goods Bt so tow a:ost, Bever have .
ttoas ia this eeluma oar sale
every day aatH elooed.
-bso spriag areas gooas as tje a
yojal BBtllosed- -f--'-
Oar 68c dress Sanaela. 86 inches
wide will go at Sic a yard. ,
Xhat joa 01 (Hikarts, sz-tnea
taac suitinars, all wool, red need
. All wool 62-iBeh . dress aaaaels,
vepaa at 47c a yard.
All WnaJ ' nnvaltv draaa enada.
the 60s kind, at 3c,
A lias of elenat 454aeh all wHl
fmqtee. Worth 87c, sale price 76c a
Silk warp tamise at 815. worth
Black satin berber at 91. worth
Black all wool surah twill at 91.
88 Inch black batiste at 46c, 60c,
67e, 67c, 76c and up, bought much
Whip cords at ?6c, worth 91. aad
alMriaes at 91, worth 91.26.
These are oaly a few samples of
the 100 berffaia ia our dress roods
Darin? the entire week every
customer purchasing a dress at 60c
a yard or over win bepnvuegea to
Skirt lialag at lc per yard.
1 spool best Corticelli silk lc
1 spool best buttoB hole twist lc
1 spool Coat's best thread lc
1 best skirt braid lc.
. To make this sale the most
memorable sale of dross goods over .
hold Ja this sectioa, we have ar
raaged the following special drives
,for each day la the week:
All of our S6e heariettaa at 16c
Oae pattera oaly to each customer.
-All of oar 60c serges, pure wool.
88 laches wide, st SJc a yard. For
Weenesday only oae pattera to
r,.? , Thursday.
1 Y'tvii all kaoiir oar silk fiaish tlea
rlettas at 67c a yard, for oae day.
Thursday oaly. you get choice of
every color as SSo a yard. Limit
of oae dress to each customer.
All dsy, to every, purchaser of a
dress pattern at 60c a yard or
mure, the waist aad skirt lialag
will be presented free.
The special for Saturday will be
announced later ia the week.
Late arrivals ia. infaat's and
ladies' muslin aad cambric uader
wear will be placed oa sale Moaday
at reduced prices. In order to
close out this delayed shipment,
we will present a corset cover to
every purchaser of muslin under
wear, when the purchase amoaats
to 92 or more.
. 1720. 1722. 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
FoMnlBeds fli8 Rack:
THIS WEEK YOU CAN BUY
$20.00 Folding Beds For $16.00.
$23.00 " " $19.00.
$24-00 " " " $20.00.
$28XX) " u 44 $22jOO.
And so on as the prices go up. Thb is an oppor
tunity you should not miss if you want some double-
5 -SI.al.Ja. L.m!.
BED LOUNGES-OUR OWN MAKE.
- This week we show.the larsest line ever shown at
i -r i t. i -.uT ' ?- -- ' -
- ubc tunc iu uus uiy, ana tac prices win oe as inviting
a4 tlaydayr. .You can't make a mistake by inves
ting in one of them.
SPRING STYLES Coming in daUy. Give
us the pleasure of your company for an hour, even
if you do not wish to buy.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
C. F. DSrfESD, Maasger. 1808-1811 Seooad Aveaue
Farniture, Carpets aad House Furnishiags. Our store do
at 6 JO except Saturday. Telephoae No. 1206.
SHOES GIVEN AWAY.
Misses' arid Chlldreh's Hiih Cut Shoes
rt rfin i . ; ; ,. - i:r.T it-
Schneider's i Store.
Every buying i psir of car 450
shoes lTCCTe apr of m ines' cr shil
dren's lih ait ibes free.
t m . . . : "i ftU. CtCl VZX Csaomd Avobbo
f a .1
t - .
for the UUe and eatUo yare V 1 lUr I6Air, CtinSs-