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MIS AttOUa SATURDAY, MAY 12,104..
A. D. HUESING.
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rl taBBfaata Company, af Bat-laa.
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faa trm Office, l.wnrtaa
rnlvalBa.tth. of California.
arrH Im. Cat, aw Bam, Onaa.
Mtlwaaaaa MacAaaics las, Ca., Mihraaka.
Warmaa Tin Im. Cb. at rarta,t 11.
Office Cor 19th Si. and 3d A.
' Rock Islawd. Iii.
Kerreautlag Krr 40 MiHtuo Dollars
of Cask aaarla
' Lira, Tornado
B-mls of 8nrtvhrp.
tS-srnB utr Miai easy will
1. M. RUFORD.
Ttw ata Trtm u TlBM-OTa Caaapaaia
Lerses Prcaptlv Pail
Haaa nlMMni rallabia aasBpany aa aSan
Va FatmM. ta aaHnnnf.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
. OSa Cacael TVtmr -aaiw aaa TnlTd Av
Herwto tiw Motto. Savtata oaas. Orala la
s rci3T uTiusT .nimsni
Orranised aadat SUM Lawa.
Opaa from t a. in. to I p and Waaaasday aa
Saturday al(kw rronTtoSpai
Piiaria Smtawsa- Praaldant
B. A. . Aiaaauara, . . Vlca-Pwlanl
a. r. uiaia.ii, Vaaulm
TorUr Rkraaat. W. W. Wal ia,
C.A.Rm, M. A. AlsawofU.
tt. U. aUwarda, W. H. Adaata.
Aadrsw rrlbars. C. T. Tlaai.aj.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Mia tit pmaU parti ta lha aardaa
apat af Ik. weal by Ua
Orchard State BanV
at OuCUARIl, RCBHASKA
M. W. D4BT. Pfcatdmil.
J. a Dar Caahlat
HttclH-n A Laaa. Ihnkoia
i. r. Butwaaaa. Capiat Kuca iakuid ItaHmal
i. C. CarvT, . n.
Horj iait Domi. WkiH.n.K Omar,
Ula.l.l. r or Uri
lo you want immediate relief and
rurv? tct . .
Tor rale by all crp;gtata.
Read wlmt Dr. Snyder, formerly
of Frerport. anya:
. rhr3n. rarch 7. 1SW
Dr. Birmhnm a Adiwrt fi, 'Dr:
Mjr ttmr lnriu-Mr itaiM.a waa lt r-l ed
wi "it Juk" 1 yr In the cm a of !aaln
M rrwlat of AMxnt . , who waa atlarka . la
Uitfitjr wibr' iiH-Hni.. (lnd.MrU k dacy.i
annry.ill. onllaniamm f Itlort Afiar fr
uribi.i: 11m u l n-aMtllr. illmi'(nil, 1iaa
Jah" m ffi.'rlrl. M.d (Im tmirTa rnl mm mt
m-irirri aflrr the arl ro thai a rtimplri. cara
follnavd an .nnxll t, that I at nr oaMamcrd
aa HiTTMiKatam o( n a-r!i. m km .ion. trr
orlnrd ti la alnaiat rntj mow. lima nf kld
arjf. hlaJd-r anxhral, tinl rnn ral.rrh .1
tmahl.. follua.d la each loataice br Uw baj
p et malm
la atjr oa raw 'ryvllliai Ihoralhif it eaa aw
la a f tw dt? w. Imply inarvrl.Ma
A cna o' enarrple la wjr w fnmll. w tptt
aiarh Imp'nrrd by a Irw do. and rwllcallr
rarod In knathaaawrak naa pr edral xtt-h-are
m a nnmtwr of b-l na m htaenrrhora. I m
ftavtoaay that I hny. .a'.d ao remedy that la
eqaai In aa lah.n
A ad b le I have r-erer hr'orr i Ivra a prnfea.
ahina aminrwrmra' 'a a pmKl. t ryrvawdy. I a.y
anlie.llallPir'y and wnlioal trm'xm ihat I tonahi
arraa4i"arrlubtakMia Ut haaM ity. aad
aflrr i; m; H I thr aurrt pntra h4 lw,
raa ray with rnn&ileace It la beilnr kaa It k
taanataira rd t le.
kll rtwllnan to pri-arrOw II H all nan or
rral'o-ti'tn.r. or catarrhal InMiho piaUreaca
ptali elborkwwn r ntrilir
A mfrtw nioic. raic llln ihrra-.nf weak,
ararpilc rhlldrrn. "jao JakHe-i h ralhsd aaan
faPy aal a.nlrrlv lha d-tl Umm la la af ibr
aieatrlne la alra In l fa- or. la r aerlW r II f r
chltrirra I aa at arvcat aahng Haa iak aa an
altarallm In rkia d arai ' ami acvvral eaaaa f
chrwt.K rraraM b .la tcllde I a teadli I lu
laiuraro that I rhall cnnllaae lo ao tt la ahallar
aa rvrllnit enaailcat I hat n WX nil all lha
haulBatMiiMl la anrn raaea.
(Slir ad) Oaa. W. SMTP, M. D.
Aak your Druggist fur home ref
How many BciTervrs from tin
oghtlf skin diwnses "hsv&elghed
n vain" for relief from torturing
"znna, aeay pimples, knrrid black
hauls, or disfiguring frcrk'tt, igno
rant of the marvelous cures which
liare been effected in tlie treatment
of these diseases by th.it wonder
Which has brought Jfydnd Itf-ppi-ncsa
to thousands who bnd been
athamed to be tsen, even by heir
friends, so sensitivo were they- oi
.This preparation i8 paaranteed
to cure the most obstinate Free t lei
in CO to 90 days ; Eczema in SO to
'SO day"; Pimples, Blackheads,
Acne, Tan, Sal I own ess, . Brown
Spot?, Etc., in 10 to 20 days.
ASX YOTJB DRroOTST FOB A BOTTLK
Atili l '.
F.r sale, by T. II. Thomas. 1630
Sw-oil avenue and 2v)6 Seventeenth
a. a. ooxiclli.
a. D. ooaaaixr.
Connelly & Connelly.
Attonioy at ltw.
ea arcnad nrvr Mitchell A Lrade'a
Mak. Mnaa la Nim.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OaVa la Rook Ul.nd National Bank aaDdlne.
a. o. itioir. & l. wALBBa.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councilors at Law.
Offlra tB Brnrai Rlnrk.
Charles J. Seaxle,
Attorney at Law.
Uird baatncaa of a'l kiada promptly attaadad
kk. StMeH Aacrmrj el Rocfc lalaad eaaatr.
Odea. t-ostnOaa Block.
McEniry & McEniry,-
Attorneys at Law.
Lnaa af m e"nd arcarltr; auka ennae-
Uona. IU.frr.-Dc, Mlicbell A Lfada, banker.
Often, roalnfll a B nrk.
K. M. Feaxce,
Rnomi 3? an! 31 in Mltcboll A Lrade',a i
Bnlldlac Take elW-nr.
U&wthornw && bilvis.
Ho. 1716 Soroad Arenae. arm Krll 4k MatV.
Drs. Bickle & Schoe maker,
Mttrkalt A Lrade'a Block. Room II. Tak.
riiVHieian and 6urgcxin.
11.11. Third ATvoae. Tclepboue, 1170.
Iloar:-l lo 4 p. and at nlgtit.
t. a. auixvwaoau, a. p.
a. a babtb, a. a
Drs Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and SurgoonA." "
Ot, Bara I Dr. PollawkMb
a Ml a. at. I W la la a. a.
1 lot aad Tie I p. at, I I ta & and r la a p. at.
Dr. Chaa, M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wbliutrr Block, BTOlbwrat eoreer
Tbiid aad Br. dy atraeta. Daf anport. Iowa
Kooam 17 aad 18. Ooora: loll a. 1 to 4 p. au
KUwajd I HAxnma.it,
Offcv. Bnma 4 Kttcbrll A tyada Bnlldlnc.
Geo. P. Stauduhtr,
. Plana aad an pert ntc ad race for all rlaaa of
BaUdlasa. linoaw SI aad 63, klilchell a Lynda
BalMltifr. Taks eleraur.
W. A- Darlins,
Bnford Block, orar KlDarbnry More.
Waihn iTarytltf fnm a Flat
wllkHiTtirMtftoa Circes. TfsL
XaMs Ocrtaiat a Epsdaltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
jl m. it I., j. Parker.
Telephone No. 1214.
' lfav. John Murphy to E. D.
Sweeney, lot 8. block 1, Bail t
Uo.la'a add.. Rock Island, $6)0.
.. D. Sweeney to Agnus Murphy,
lot 8. block 1. Bailey ft Boyle's add..
Rock Island. $600.
Sarah J. Comoffvs to Peter P. Pfafl.
lot II. Gayer & Lees' bloek. Rock I
Joshua Hasselquist to S. P. A. Lin
bahl and C G. Timlin, tract by metes
and bounds. ne se S6. IS, 2w, $1.
H. L. Bnllcn to William Galds
worthy, lots 1 and 2. block S, Hcaly'a
First add.. Motine, $1.
?. William M. Shall to John Shall,
lot 2. block 16, Old Town ot Port By
ron. $100. !
John Shall to Alexander Hassnn,
lot 2. block 16, Old Town or Port By
Andrew Hermann to Henry Her
mann, part lot 23, Halo's add.. Rock
Henry Hermann to Margarcthe
Hermann, part lot 23, Hale's add..
Rock Island. $1,000.
Dorothea Bergstram to Andrew
Lindblom and 'A. N. Weslling. part
lot 7, assessor's plat of 50 acres of
ne nej 6, 17, lw. $1,100.
J. J. Joslin to F. J. Whiteside, wj
ne 11. 18. 2c, $1.
F. A. Joslin by master t F. J.
Whiteside, wj ne 14, 18, 2e, $2,500.
7. Jeremiah J-equatte to Eli
Drury, tracts by metes and brands,
se 3. 16. 6w, $3 V
S. W. Bowser U Chester W. Smith,
tract bv metes and bounds, swj 18,
16. 5 w $100.
fester W. Smith to Wiliiam B.
Smith, tract bv metes and bounds,
awl 1. 16, 5w," $125.
9 William Roth to C. J. W.
Sckreiner, lot 5, block 6, Bailey
Davenport's Fourth add.. Rock Isl
Emma P. Darrow to Mary E. Mc.
Mnllen, lot 5, block 1. P. Gregg's
add.. Kock Island. $3.50).
William A." Norris to Wilber F.
Xorris. tract by metes and bounds,
part outlot 47. 35, 18, 2. $1.
William L. Stonghton to James D.
Tidraar. lot 10, block 6, Atkinson's
Second add.. Moline. $1.
Susan B. Gould and heirs of H. B.
Stoitbton tu Episepal church of
Moline, lot 10. block 6, Atkinson's
Second add., Moline, $2.60'.).
William J. Kerr to C. R. Cham
bcrlih, lot 10. block 1, Chicago or
Lower add.. Rock Island. $4,5J0.
10 S. W. Blackburn to L B.
Hetmbcck, cj lot S. block 18, Chi
cago or Lower add.. Rock Island,
11.200. . .
Henry Merer to William Mever nl
nl and nwj ne and iv) iw 27,
16, 5W, $2,200.
May 7 Guardianship of Thomas
Doonan. Guardian's inventory tiled
and approved. Guardian's report
tiled and approved.
uuarriianship of Percy J. Rath-
burn. Guardian's report tiled and
Guardianship of minor heirs of
John V. Cook. Receipt and release
of James W. Cook, one of said minor",
and guardian discharged as to him.
instate of Andrew S. hjje. Froof of
notice to creditors. Inventory, ap
praisement bill and widow's award
filed and approved. Claims allowed.
I-.slate oi James lirvant. In re
petition to sell real estate. Assent
of widow to sell dower And home-
In re-application of county treas
urer for judgment for delinquent
taxes. Hearing continued till the
next morning at 9 o'clock.
Estate of John Tavs. Letters tes
tamenUrv istued to William McCon
ncll. Bond waircd bv will. Inven
tory tiled and approved.
Estate ol Joseph Hardy. Inven
tory niea ami approved.
estate oi jienrv bpear. Appraise
ment bill and widow's award filed
f.state of K. II. Bowman. An-
praisemcn. mil ana widow's award
hied and approved.
estate of Jul ward Catr Allen.
Inventory bled and approved.
Estate of Rosanna E. Swander.
Final report of administrator filed
and. approved and estate closed.
U estate of Rudolph hchweckc.
Order authorising executors to sell
personal property at private sale
estate oi James Itcrgcrt. In rc
petition for sale of real estate. Leave
given to amend petition. Amend
ment lilcd. Proof of service. lie-
fault of defendant. Guardian ad
litem. Answer tiled. Answer of
Rock Island Building and Loan asso
ciation hied. Bond of administrator
hied and approved. Hearing and
order of sale.
Estate of Jane C. Miller. Deposi
tion of Eli C. Cavett, snbHcribinir
witness to will, filed and will ad
mitted to probate.
10 In re-twtition of Oliver E.
Cramer for certificate of moral char
acter. Petition granted on motion
of Harold A. Weld, Esq.
Estate of Thomas Thornton. Peti
lion of Peter Curnyn for letters of ad
ministration, d. b. n. e. t. a., filed
Bond filed and approved and letters
issued to nim. -
11 Estate of Andrew S. Ere.
Widow's relinquishment and selec
tion filed and approved and order
turning oTer property to widow. .
In re-petit Ion of Judsou Metagar
lor certificate oi moral character,
Petition granted on motion ot J. B,
Madam Hutchinson was recently
made the recipient of a valuable
present for effecting a reconciliation
1-. 1 J i
wiwroB m well uuwg iauy ana gen
tleman of this city. Be convinced at
231 Twenty-first street. Her charges
are: urates, owe; gentlemen, il.
Aa Aaeedoto 1 Lord Lyttaw.
Itaayycar3 ego when the older Bnl-
trer was ia his prime a laborer on the
estate was engaged to do a certain job
of hard work. At the end of a week be
carried Ua eccodbt to the bailiff, who
said a weekaJrark was worth 3 shilling
ana 0 pence. ; The maa insisted that this
was not enough and refused to settle.
aad every time he met the bailiff he
would stop hi ui and ask him for bis
money. Finally the bauia became
angry, discharged the man and refused
to allow any farmer on the estate to hire
The man was forced to leave the
neighborhood, hnt he was too poor to
move any great distancv. so that he was
till witlua the circuit of the bailiff's ill
will. . Wherever he went this pursued
him, and his life in consequence was a
hard one. Bat all the tiino he kept tell
in:; his family and his friends that some
day be won Id Ret the money v. hich the
Dulvrcr Lytton estate owed him.
IIo v. as well on ia years, when one
lay l:o met a msn in the road. It was
the snmo time poet Owca Wcredith, now
cocic to tho titlo, and English embassa
dor to France, r.t homo o:i a visit.
Yon t:re Lord Lytton. I believe." he
"Then, if yon plenw, I shnnld Ifco you
to psy an account which has bevn due
uio f .r a Ion;? time.'
Lord Ly'iiira looked nt the account
and at his n-qnest the man told the
whole tilory. The poet was very tnnch
affected r.nd d::;tarlvd. Then he said:
"Well. I will iTo what I cr.n to mahr
it up to yon."
He was as rood im his word, lie b:iili
a hor.sB.nt the Rutes of the park, jmt fit
man and Iii' f:un:ly into it. and gave i:
to tlirin rant frets, with itlii,rperquisit4,s.
so that ue was t.ntin-lv co:ufortalu for
Hie remaiudor cf his days. Iiurtford
Tho V.'Hy Clilnra.
A German Jew who keeps a prswn
broker's shop in Sydney is Mcssod with
nrtr) d:nit;hter, who now and then teciis
shop whilo her father attends sales ot
ico toofeont for bargains. During the
temporary nbseneeof old Moses recently
a meek lixilcin Cliin:u:iau walked into
the shop and asked Rachel to show hire
somo -welly good watches."
Rachel handed down four from the
shelf at the end of tho counter nnrkeu
respectively, "(SO watch." "$!0 watch."
"$30 watch" and 'lO wateh." and ar-
ranged them in a line on the counter in
the order of their value.
John inspected thcin. and taking ad
vantage of Rachel's momentary inatten
tion slipped the $10 watch into the place
occupied by the $40 watch and handed
over a $10 note saying:
"I takoe cLcapee watchee."
Shortly afterward Rachel detected the
swindle and sought refuge in tears. On
the return of old Moses she related the
misadventure with many protestations
Never mind, mine tear," said the
father, with a dry chuckle, "dose vat ches
were all de same bnce $6 but vat a
scoundrel dot Shinaman must pe, don'd
her London Tit-Bits.
Tbe Cauee of Geynera.
Bnnsen has explained, the periodical
eruption of geysers in such a satisfac
tory manner that doubt is no longer pos
sible. A cavern filled with water lies
deep in the earth under the geyser, and
tbe water in this cavern is heated by the
earth's internal heat far above 212 de
grees, since there is a heavy hydrostatic
pressure upon it arising from the weight
of water in tho passage or natural stand
pipe that leads from the subterranean
chamber of the surface of the earth.
After a time the temperature of the
water below rises, so that steam is given
off in spite of the pressure, and the col
umn in the exit tube is gradually forced
upward. The release of pressure and
the disturbance of tho water then cause
the contents of the subterranean cham
ber to flash into steam and expel the
contents of the exit pipe violently. These
eruptions may also be provoked by throw
ing stones or clods of turf into the basin
of the geyser. The water in the cavern
below is disturbed by this means. Great
. Ba Waa Ceaeclcntloas.
Hera is a good littlo story told by
George Tyler, a yonn newspaper man
who is actively engaged in theatrical
"One of my theatrical friends." said
Mr. Tyler, "was not many seasons ago
doing the Romeo to a very bad Juliet in
a country town in Kansas. Even that
rural audience could hardly stand tbe
pcriormance. Dozens or tho auditors
hissed. At length only one man was
noticed as maintaining an absolute Bi-
lence. At last the man who sat by this
- 'Why don't yon join in tho fun?
'It wouldn't be fair.'
WclLI came in on a nana, bnt if
they don't improve darned if I don't co
oui ana uny a ticket and begin on em. "
Malta aa In Far raw
"oca in little 'this sentence asrana. It
alawat become a proverb, became the erpn asioa
can an nsrn in ao many Instance. In no in
stance, however, caa this raymj ba aaadwith
K.mKir irrupmu taan in rpsaktni; of Dr. Fierce 'i
i-ieasat t rcilels. 1 hern i. indeed aacb in a lit
tie vial or thera-tbere is a c ore for many a head
ache relief from drenetMia. hllUn-..
paiion, com ana pue and reslorution to hea'
ana nappra) as. ucn cood ia lilOe rpate.
-Royal Baby" Kye Whiaky
la a Rve aa la a Sva nataii.
- 'J Hivnmt ana
roe frees all fore lea Savor and .rf.w
.7 n "MPs. raeoaa
anawn 10 nv nnnnnKsr as a aaerltoTlons artt-
cw wortDy or ua cons lanm mt i
"anrn ann m aaea. Fee that oar -
bkrwa ia bottle . ft .OS per quart but le.
boyai. susrn post wnrc,
pare, old and mellow, therefore best adnnod
in rail da. eonvalf aaanta aad ft . a
lost vHalitT. creates strength and appetite, bailde
.r van oaouitstoa. Qaaraj, ft. Plats,
ap an aonor aad caanatead ay
, BOTAL WINS, CO, CMcaaa.
Tor vale at narper nate PbAranty aad t
WUliaat dcndtaln, Molina. J
. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
aw Tea Waawelal. .
Money on call eaay. Offered at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 2ft5 per cent ater-
az chance steady with actual baaiiieaa In
bankers' tails aSitwK for demand and
mWV tor aixty day posted ratsa4S!HaS
Nl Commercial billa &8e.
Bilrer certHk-atea. SfiJ: ao Bales; bar sO
Tor, GtM. Mexican dollars, 6U.
United States bonds. S'a renter. 117: do
PS con pons. 117$ do coo pons, 113),: 4a
tegular, UaKi do 2"a. M bid: Pacific of
sear xorK crala natal Prod ace.
New York. May 1L
Wheat July, mMc; Spptember, GX&
SaSnt- Decern txr. 6g6r3. Corn May. 9
ftwvs Jnly. 4444ftc. Bye Doll: weatern,
ilfc-'i Oata May, WHc; July, 37ftc; track
white aate, 42aiTc; track white wentern. 43
17c Pork New mnta, fls.7iiil4.0U; fam
ily. 1.V(H5 -. abort clear, fl4.15la.UL
Lard Easy; prime western ateam f 7.7a nomi-
Ckkaia Grata aad Prod nee. '
Chicaoo, May 11.
Following; were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat -May, opened
STtc closed Wmc; July, opened 5fc closed
Stvr, cptvmlNr, oned SUiic. clorud StHto.
Corn May, opened nac ciOHOd nna July,
opened SPHiC, closed 3Wvac; (September, opened
ate. closod a.ic Oats May. opened 34$C,
closed iMc; Jjily. opened closed Sic;
September, opened S'ljc, cloned dJie. Pork
May, opened $12.31, closed fUJD: Jaly,
opened $OJ3b closed fU.35. Lard May,
opened S7Ji, closed S7.M.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, lot!)
17c per lie fancy dairy. l.VMAlnc: nackina
stock, Hfoite. Kfrtrs -Fre jli stuck. Vo i er doa.
Live poultry Chickens. He per lb: turkeys. 7is
tc: docks. MSKlc: geese, faatrVU) rr dos.
Potatoes Karbanks, SO&KSc nor ba; llebmns.
73(7c; new potatoes, IjnuUiana, f l.tK.t,4.S0
per bbl. Apples -5S.(irr.(l per bbL Straw
bszTiea-'Louiaiaiia. S1.U.UU per 84-qt case.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May II.
Lire stock Prices nt tbe Union Stork
yards today rauuod as follows: Hum Esti
mated receipts for the day, 1li.t; sales ranted
at S4.75A5.15 pitra, S5.U !.: livcht. l.nfS-
nnurk ifkiu. ?.r.o.lvC,.i mixed, and fi-Wij
boavy vackiar and shipping lota.
Cattle Becuipts tor the day, 6.I1U0; a nota
tions ranired at S4.4rrf4.WI choice lo extra
ahiprrinir Kteers, good to choice do,
fn.r,:t.!r.l fair to froo.1, SllAvAS;) common to
mediam do, $:f.3V3."nl butchers' Kteers. $2.89
(t-l.lil atiH-kern. SJ.:ra.W fedors. fl.90
S.40 cows, ci.l..;UV heifers. $2.a.1.50 balls,
2.7r.!.1.0U Texas Etec-rs, and litlij,t.li veal
Sheep and Lambs Receipts for the day.
,!; prk-ea runnel nt &.7crS4.6S n-mterii.
;.i.l.;a lexaLts, KMroi.li uauves, and fX3
Th. KMaJ Markcta.
1ST "I BiothT. tin: oplanl. tMUtO: wild
$T; slo irh. t&IMS. anted. St.
Butter Van" tn chotoa. 153lfic;
Poultry Chltkeus, dreaaed,inc
rarrr iid tcgbtablxs.
Apple fs -e nb, FOB Chicago.
Poiatoea 70 7 (We
Caicoa f I.'jO per ba.
Cattle Satchels Pay tor cn
cows aad eolfejs XH3c calef
Spring 'amb S3 5COt5 a bead.
Coal Soft. 10c: hara. S&sa
I love a maiden fair to see
And b. : of all she loveth me ;
Onr hearts both best in unity
We owe it all to Paiks' Dcrb tea.
For he was sallow and I was red.
And r either of as won Id ever have wed
Bad it not been for her aunt wbe said :
Just taken Parks Tea when yon go to bed. '
So d by Oar s A UHenteyer.
"As ol3 u
an3 proven "
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
can pin your
faith for a
TT 'n5 directly
rf i i C on tho Liver
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
Tbo Kins of Uver Medicines.
"I have nnod vonr Simmons Liver Retro
laUarand can niuafieiii-unixly Kav It ia the
klne of all liver inert k-ine. I cotiMder It a
medicine rluwt in Iwtelf. filco. W. JACAV
eon, Taouma, Waahinsuxv.
' anr-EYESY PACK-1CE-SS
ana the C Stamp ia red ow
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
ouat it.iv iifcK iree of charce
BUT OUR LADY" SOAP
Cnt off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When von hiv
35 pictures of oar Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and von will receive
vircti' a ...4 . i .
m -a-ruainu JUCfcHr, WOrVO
25c. We make this liberal In.
daccment to quickly introduce
Our Lad Sobs and
Anti T7.uhbord Coap Powder
A 1 J. 1 ...
auu uuiuB goou sum ui wrap
pers on which this offer is print
. ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & ndctcn
boap Makers, Kock Island.
No man can afford to have a sick Wife or
Daughter, nor, iu such times as these.
. A big Doctor bill. Zoa Phora cures
the sickness, eaves the bills.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME."
Sent on receipt of rricc, or C O. D.
the United States if $1.00 deposit is sent with order. If not satisfactory we c.-t T
refund the purchase price. Samples of cloth FREE. In ordering inci-dte-- -o -
THE HUBtcVSS:SSSSSr. ftSS&J,?
J. M. SOHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding dose
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOS MILLING CtVS
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
A mEVEXTATIVE FOB
The Best Disinfectant Ready
Trade supplied by 1IORST VOX KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue l'harmaev. Si1e A- ct.
Rock Island. Manufactared by the Pastaur Chemical Co., New Y; rk.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
ntCOBFOKATED tTJTDEB TDK STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Opaa Sally from t a. as. to S p. sa.. and Satardaf cranm f rota tms o'ciw
Flva per oaul Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaued on l ersota! col
lateral er Ueal stat security.
t. U aUVvitZtiL, Frast. F a PKNKMASN. Vka Pnst. tU bCroKO. Csrtw
f . U aitchan, F. C. Oarkn-atm, John Crahanirh, Phil M trb. II. U. P. Hull. L. t!tn.
A. W Harot.4. M. Bnford, Joan Voik.
jAcaaua At lluaav. H.ilimtnra
1 an"aai Jalj B,Hi, al oocapy tfca
Pluinbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Beatint; and SaniUry Plumbing. Basement Rock I!anI Na'-
AVH kinda of Cat
Oaa aloe k froai Oa'ral Park, bufnt ia
CLEAN HOUSE WITH
00 Will C'oifce
HERE'S THE HUB'S OFFER'
A Full Suit of Clothe.
Ages S to i years every thread all Vt,i
double breasted coat pants im wj
doable knees double seats taped
(will outwear 2 pairs of the usual kind i-a
Stanley cap, made like illuMraii.in-i,,
match the suit and A Pair of Shoes of
solid leather, first-class, strong and r:.
the entire head-to-foot outfit for $5.00.
with rrivilcire of examination to .
Small Pox, Cholera. Typhoid ari
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, E;c
aostacaal corner uf Mitchell a l.jte K-a tr'""
of lb Biad at rent
noarrta eonsUntlr on haad.
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