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THE ARGUa SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB 17, IC34
THE THAVELF.RS' GUIDE.
(B1CAOO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIflC
rUlrway Depot corner fifth arena and
TMfly-WI iwi Kraah H. Flummer, Agent.
Ptivr UaiSsd liii'ii..1
Ft Wrth. Ditw II.O..I
K. C St. Jos MtBOMpOlif
Oass A Da Mmet
tomaha A Kami City
tmtahaA Dee Molne Bx...
IBM A Da MnlD-a Ex..
Denver, l.tneoh) A uniki...
ft. rl Mlaaeapol
St, Psal Mtnneapolts....
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a is as
11:30 aat :! an
St. Jereptt, Attalaon IK C.
1:46 am it 1:10 pa-
usessr, r. worts A a., r.
tKsn-s.s'ltv A St. Iwpk
tRocl Island Wwhhwtaa.
tctitin Dna Molne
ll:fJ0pa t 6:am
18:80 aai tl:pn
Armal. tDspanar. Dairy, except Sunday.
All sben dally.
V. B.PLinnuB, Act.
BrrajsoTow rovttb-o. b.
war Depot flrat are a i
atrtev M.J. Yours, axeal.
. Itraw Bipn aa
at. U'l Kxpree
St. tl rasaerarer
Bean.st .wn l'Mwiior.
a:erliti(t Parses rer
"alijr Uaily except Sunday.
CB1CAOO, MILWACKKE ST. PACL
t.i:Mvftarma anihwa.tarn TMrfaton
Tet TwanUetn at:
between rim and
Ceroid UTrnort. B. D. W
Mai! aid kx.-fvM..
St. Paul kxprssa...,
Dock Islako a 1'koria Railwat
Depot Plrat Avenna and Twentieth attect.
T. A. Muekssll, A (flit.
Pact Mall Kl,rfia...
8 : (1ft am
It 'Ilk am
1 ante 4eommodar1oa.
DuiaisuTow. Cedar Rapids a
-ortli.r railway. depot fr of Brad)
tract. tiav.npucv J a. alonon, wen. Tat A
14 :4i pin blu.) am
W .tO ml at aw am
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a fail trUy except ndT. tftntnc wmb
tGuina oota ed cart. o. IS tuna twtwaaa
I'ailar HapMa atl Wcet lDei lj.
TO THE EAST
I. R .rt 1-1 '.nd. Rl & P IWin
At Prnrla. K I A f 11 :30 a in
Ar IniVai.apo'ia, Bis Four.... n:rn p m
Ar CnclnnaM " .... 10:15 p ni
2 2ii p m
S : 3h m
7: ir. a m
Ar C ulimhua
Ar Inffalo, LS A M ..
Ar Albany. N Y C
3:10 a m li:45 p
6:: m 5 4'ipm
S:D6p m 3:rf)atn
Artw lork l:S0pm 7:00 pra
ArB veton. BAA :05 p m 10:50am
Train leaving Kock Island at 8:05
n. in. connects with
The Famous Knickerbocker
Special Solid Vestibule Trains
carrying Wagner olcrncrs to Clcvc-
lain! (car f't out at this priivt. pas-
npn'crs nMou-oa lo sleep until 7 a
m.) aod New iork. Dining Car iter-
Train leaving Kock Islnnd at 2::')
n in. connects with train carryin
Wagner sleepers Irom Peoria to In.
diatiitpoli!) and Cincinnati.
Ucn. Ticket Agent.
Dttpot foot of Twentieth St.
Kock Island, ID.
How to prorrire ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP TOW DEU free of charge
a. ....... - . . D
lbl "WL LAUI" SOAI'.
uui on the end or the wrsptmr
at place named. When you have
a.) pictures or oar Anti-Wash
board Soap rowdor, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our (lOica and you will receive
I'l&K a 4-pound package, worth
SAo. We make ibis liberal in
dncement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Act!-Washboard Soap P-wder
And noidj gnati until an wrap
pars on which this offer is print
ed, is preacuted to ns.
Soap Makers, Uock Island.
Such ia the verdict of thousands
who, after having thoroughly test
ed numerous brands, have awarded
the palm to
Empress Josephine Face Powder.
This powder has been proven by
the most searching analytical tests
to be free from all injurious sub
stances. From the person of one who uses
Empress Josephine Face Powder,
there is emitted a perfume faint,
delicate, hardly perceptible, but
yet thoroughly characteristic a
perfume which fills the surround
ing atmosphere with a fragrance
which is inexpressibly charming.
In three shades : White, Flesh.
For Sale at 25 and 50 cents
per Box, by
For sale bv T. II. Thomas. Drug
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av., Uock Island
EXF-t'l'TOH's XO nt'E.
Katate of Joiio Warner, dcceaixl.
The caderalnit;a havtpifbftrD appointed exern
trtx of the lam will and tmtamrnt of Jolin
Warner, late of the county of Rock Ialano
late ol Illinois, dieraxed. ber, b rlvia not let
tbat Fbe wiil appear before the eoauty court 01
Hock Ietand coanty. at tbe oXce of tr.e clerk
aaid court, la trie cltv of Rock Island, at the Jan-
nary leim on the nn-t wonder rn .Tannarr oci
at whlcu time all tiervoiia h ivicit c'.airoe aicairot
aid estate are nol itieJ and requeeted to at lent1
1 r lue panose of bavin; toe nine uljuatod.
ah oeraons indented lo aaic estate are r'
nested to ataka Immediate payment to toe on
Dated Ibis 10th H o' Vti.brr, A. D. 1W4.
C AKOL'NE L. WaU'.Kl:. Socuirlx '
Notice to Cowl rmc torn.
Fc.ited proposals wll be rccciyed at the ity
clrrk'a nfrW. Mock Island. I ' until Monday.
Pec S, 1HVI. at ao clock p. m.. lo: the consrrnc
ilon nf a standpii and rmn ati n for t e city t f
Rock Island. III. and f.r furri-hinir all the ini-
tcria and doin the work according to pinna aod
sprlurallons on flle 1 1 tli city clcra's ofti.-e.
All b'ds mast be scrnmpamcd with? certified
chink, atnes'.im of live hundred i J 11) dMUrx.
payab'eto the oid r of the ninvorof sold city,
which anal become forfeited to said city, in esse
ii p niiioer snan tan toenter n lo contraei witn
aofcrotrcd siiretlca to -x cute tte work for the
tiru-e mentioned in his bid and according to tlc
plana and appRilicatims in the event thit the
contract ih.ill be awa'ded to him.
Rock Island, ill . Nov. 1:1. IsCI.
A. D. HI EslNCi, City Clerk.
T. J. NED'I.L. J Mayor.
STATR OF ILLINOIS. .
Mock Ulawd coi stt, (
In the C'H-uit court of -iM fneb l-lnd c.mntv.
to the 4 nn y UTtn, l . I":,. In rtim r.-.
Icohert . -lodlinrii. cotnuln'oL. a Jonn Ev
ans. Mi- ir.knoau in i -or devisees or J. din
KV' n, di ce.c 1. Nm-cv r vaii. the nnUroA-n
heirs or di vt.i-rs rf Nancv Kvsus, dcci ase.
de'endants. IT i 11 tocjnict title.
To th - 'bov4 u.mcil rtfft'tulin'a and each nf
Ihum: Afl'davit nf your noti-roK.dcn e Ijavtn?
been Sled in the ofhuc o( the clerk of sild ci-cut
court, notice is her. Iiy i; ven u yon and each :f
ou that the above named comiil ltmnt has II ed
in said cunt bis hi I of comul .hit aBint von on
the chancery rh t of sn d eonr; that a Hiim
mona in charccry has be u 1-sne i in sa:d cause
sraii;s: you. returnable to i he next teim of said
conrt, to be b fruti a d holden at tbe eourt taonse,
in the city o Rock Island, in said couniy. on the
tint Monday of Jrrunrv A. D. !".. at hli h time
m u Mice you wnl appear anu pit ad. answer or
ucmur to aaia oiu oi complaint ir yon ace lie.
bU'lKuB Vi . liHWBLtS, t 'C'K.
Fwkxsit A Wi tu. Solicitors for OomplX
Rock Irland, Iillnoie. Nov. li, A. O. 1MH.
HAYES & CLEAVELANB
lepmsBrtinp crr 40 Million Dollar
of Caab Sonet
S"lr Life, Tornado.
Bends of Sui-viysnlp-
OPrniR Bangstim'a block Mock Island, 111.
!4PTwrnre oar raiaa; towf will roteraat yoa.
J. M. BUFORD.
General . . .
TS. old Ptre aad Ttraa-trlM Coaapaiile.
Losses PrsznptlT Paid.
tale as low aa any raltobM company can
Votu PMronasw la olteitod.
X7ashH Zrajtblag From a Fir
111. Eariktrofckf to a OinuTot.
Lua Catrtatai a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave,
4.. h. Parker.
Telephone No. 12 14.
JOKES AND JOKERS.
SOME OF THE FUN AND FUNMAKERS
OF BYGONE DAYS.
rrawi DlnawBca to Mora MoAsra Bloai Ta
Bncllah Fwrviah Rathe a Ileovy Ctaaa of
Homer-IaxhaaatlbU Swpwlx eff Irtah
There Is more real humor in a mod
ern clodhopper than in an ancient phi
losophy. The jokes that have come
down to ns from Greece are mostly poor
stuff, trot college boys aro glad to get
any comfort at all from root grabbing,
and therefore they laugh at Diogenes
and Aristophanes. It is said that the
old cynio hepped a tnb to Tivo in and
toted this abopt where ho liked and
squatted nuuer it Mhen be pleaiod.
When Alexander called on him in this
palatial residence ho askod what he
could do for him. "Wet out of my sun
light," said Diogonca Tbat was tolera
bly good, bnt uncivil. The nasty old
cub with his tub could be duplicated by
a thousand tramps in America any day,
and many of them are doubtless nastier
and smarter. Plato is said to have
preached fatality. When a rogue ran
against him with a beam and excused
himself as "fated to do it," "Yes,"
said Plato, "I see, but I also am fated
to beat you for it," and gave the fellow
a good caning. For sportiveness Horace
was the most pleasing of the ancients,
but his verses are very amatory and
some of them more suggestive than a
French play. ClnwJes Lnmb is worth
20 of him, only that Horaco could bo a
poet when he chose of a different rort.
Homer's picture of Thersites is the old
est burlci-qoe that I remember A joke
coming down from 1000 B. C ought to
bo pretty good. Will M. Quad last as
English joking is generally heavy.
Here is one told by James Payn. A wit
ness in a slander case swore that Miss
lies was thrown over the wall a dozen
times. "What, " s:ad the judge. "Who
was Miss lies, and why did they throw
her over?" It was missiles. I cannot see
anything so very funny in Sydney
Smith's wishing he could, on a certain
hot day, tuke off his flesh and sit in his
bones. Bnt Hood and Charley Lamb are
a brace that no cne ought ever to be
without. I have given up trying to keep
a complete set of either. They are bor
rowed aad relished, and, I suppose, road
Hood was capital in every direction
he turned, whether pathos, satira, pun
or pure joking. Ilis taking oft of cele
brated characters was as good as any
thing. You should first read Boswell's
Johnson" and then read Hood's
"Johnsoniana." But does anybody read
Boswell nowadays? Alas, for once fa
mous books! Hood, says Johnson, was
oneo consulted by a ladv as to tho de
gree of tnrpitudo and spanking dne her
boy for robbing an orchard. "Madam,"
said the ponderous doctor, "it all hangs
on tho weight of the boy. I remember
my school fellow, Davy namekTrco
was a little fellow, robbing a dozen or
chards with impunity, but the very first
time I climbed an apple tree, for I was
always solid, tho bough broke, and it
was called a jnrlpmont on sic I sup
pose that is why justice is represented
with a pair of scales.
Sheridan wa tho best of jokers, bnt
half that is attributed to him is floating
wit that needed a father. It is probably
true that he asked his roistering but
highborn crew one night whether they
should drink like beasts or liko men.
Some one said, "Men, of course," "Oh,
then," cried Sheridan, "we'll get aw
ful drunk, for beasts only drink what
Irish wit is famous the world over.
Part of it consists in the brogue, bnt it
is rare that an Irishman has not sur
prises of speech, in which consists the
wit of the highest order. Le Fanu, in
his "Seventy Years of Irish Life," has
collected a great deal that is delicious.
A witness that was badgered by a law
yer was asked, "You re a moo fellow.
now, ain't yon?" Witness answered.
"I am, sir, and if I were not on oath,
sir, I'd say the same of yon. Another
witness was asked by a bullying coun
sel, "So yon had a pistol?" "1 had.
sir. " "Who did you intend to shoot?"
"I wan't intendin to shoot no one."
"So you got it for nothing?" "No,
didn't" "Com o, come! On your oath,
what did you get that pistol for?" "For
three and ninepencc, sir, in Mr. Rich'
ardson's shop. "
Tbe Irish bull is often better than
any dclilicrate wit. Sir Richard Steele
insisted those bulls ww owing to the
air of the country, "and, sir, " he add
ed, "if an Englishman was born here.
I don't doubt he'd do the same. " In a
debate on taxation an Irish member of
parliament insisted that "a tax on loath
er would press heavily on the barefoot
ed peasantry. " Sir Boyle Roche replied
they could "make the under leathers of
wood. " The same Sir Boyle urged the
anion of England and Ireland, so that
"the barren hills would become fertile
alleys. " In another debate he answer
ed, "I boldly answer in the affirmative
No!" He was author of "You should
refrain from throwing open the flood'
gates of democracy, lost you should
pave the way for a general conflagra
tion. " At a race an Irishman was de
lighted because be was "first at last. "
When they laughed, he added, "Sure,
wasn't I behind before." One day a
mend of Bishop Bramstone approached
him with the remark that he wanted "a
wife, young, rich and pretty," and he
wanted tbe bishop to pick ber out for
him. "Tut, tut !" said the bishop. "My
name is Bramstone, not Brimstone!
do not make matches!" E. P. Powell
in St Louis Globe Democrat
What May Be.
Old Fashioned Passenger (awakening
suddenly from a do) I beg your par
don for not seeing you standing, madam.
Please take my Beat
Woman Conductor (shaking him
again) Say, undo, bow much longer
are yon going to keep mo waiting for
your fare? Chicago Tribune.
E'HICS OF THE REGISTER.
What note! IVople Have to Soy A boat Tf
tlra and Decrees.
For a man to take a lady to dine at a
hotel and register as "Mr. So-and-so and
lady" is considered the height of igno
rance by hotel clerks. The proper way is
to register both names, or, if the man is
sensitive, to wrrite "Mr. So-and-so and
one." This is sometimes done, but not
vtry often. To no "and lady" is bad
form in tl.is gar, tation, when it comes
to hotel registers, for obvious reasons.
But this is not the only evidence of bad
firm whi.li is t-o-n on the register.
When a man pens Mr. be fore bis name
be is jnclred as being egotistical, and no
professional man will put Dr. or Pmt.
before his name if bo desires to avoid
the cltrk's anathemas.
Many city ponr-'e exhibit their igno-
ranco of fjoort breeding by going to a Io
cs.! hotel and giving the number and
street of their residencn. A notable in
stance of this is a well known jeweler,
who, when be puts bis name on a regis
ter, winch is frequent, invariably puts
his business address after it To put
Hon., Gen., Capt. or any other title be
fore a man's name em a hotel register is
an bad as Prof, or Dr. in fact, it is
looked upon as worse by all good hotel
Tho only exception to tho above is in
caso of theatrical people, who put tho
name of their company after their
names. All professional stage people get
rednced r ites at lvtstelrics iu nearly cv
ciy instance, and for them to put the
numes of their troops on tho book is a
good thins for the hotel people. It goes
to show tiiat tho person thus registering
is not af: lid of Iting questioned as to
bis connection with a company and is
not trying to get lower rates in a snr
reptilions manner. It is also in tho case
of theatrical people that there may bo a
p-rmisMble violation of the rules in re-
g trd to putting Mr. before the name.
J any stars do not register, but allow
sumo one t ire to d ) it for them, general
ly the mr"iager. In order to show all
possible r' ' renrv to his proteges, the
rranagi r t iit ialiy puts Mr. la-fore the
names of the men. In the caes of ladies
ir is invariably proper for them to put
ITiss or Mrs., as the caso mav be, in
front of their names. New York Dis
patch. The Dofr Man Escaped.
Sho wss btandi:: on ber front steps
cu Hastings street telling two or three
women how it happened. Sho waved a
broom about her head and said:
"I was in th'O-ack bedroom up stairs,
making i v tbe i-d. My husband was
down in Uie kitcl:en, heating a sticking
plaster for las sore beeL Our dog was
sitting on the curbstone right out there.
Suddenly I hears a rumble on the cob
blestones, aiid I takes it for a funeral
procession and goes ahead and turns
over the mattress on the bed. Then I
hears tho children whooping, but I
thought they had a goat. Then comes a
snueak, and a howl, and a bang, and I
runs to tba window to sec the dug wag
on drivi:;u t'ff a? 'I my dog gone."
"And yoti scrummed? queried one of
"I did. I sorosmed out and seized tho
c!ub I've he-en keeping for the dog man.
As I ru-hed down stairs my husliand
rushed up, and wo collided and rolled
dTwn into tbe kitchen and under tho ta
ble, and ho called me names, and I
flumped him, and before I could get
oat the ilog mni was gone, and with
him the I k . seni ; dog that Detroit will
ever kno v." Detroit Free Press.
V , 11 I ton.
Ono of the moj-t unique specimens of
the courting crisis on n-cord occurred at
a London dinner party. Ho had long
made love to ber, and while at the table
he learned from a friend sitting next to
him that his rival intended to "pop the
question that veiy day. What waa to
be done? He was some distance from
ber, while the dreaded rival was at her
side. Tearing a leaf from a notebook, he
wrote on it with a pencil: "Will you be
my wife: Write your answer, yes or no.
on this paper and return it ti me, "
This he sent to her by a waiter, saving
"To tho lady in blue at the end of the
table. re very careful. " This servant
was careful enough, but the sender for
got to give him tho pencil for the lady
to use. She didn't have a pencil, but
she coolly put tho note into her bosom
and answered to the waiter, "Tell the
gentleman yes, " with as little betrayal
cf excite ment as if she were accepting
an invitation to a gamo of croquet
I.ove "Lat-sha at Doctor.
A young man wanted. to-many a girl,
but ber rich parents forbade the match.
Tho yoniig man thereupon became sick
and bad terrible fainting fits. The doc
tors were called and said he would soon
die, and he said he wanted to die. The
father of tho girl visited the patient,
and the poor fellow said that if be could
marry nis fliary Ann lie would cie
happy. His dying request could certain
It not bo refused, and, Mary Ann hav
ing no riT'jc.-ctiuji, the minister was sent
for, and the marriage ceremony was
performed. The knot being securely
tied, the patient rose from bis bed
It was a great cure, astonishing both
the cruel parents and the doctors, but
tbe bride acted as though she had ex
pectcd it all the time. London Tit-Bits.
A tMen tauiiMle",
Benson I have a literary friend who
is so absentuun-i.-d that when be went
to Lund-D l -Kx-iitiy, be telegraphed him
solf ahead wit for himself at a cer
Smith Did tho telegram have the
"No; be got it all right, bnt be bad
forgotten t si'gt: his name, and not
knowing who it was from be paid no
atteution to it' Pearson s "fteokly.
Coffee planting was formerly the
most important single indnstrv of Cey
lon. Nor-v tea is the leading article of
export. Jibing risen from 3,OC0 worth
in 1878 to over 1,000,000 two years
TAKEN FOR A GHOST.
Aa Aataalai Eaaerlenaw at" Teams Irtefe
Travwlrr la Gawar.
Many Tears ago an Irish student hav
ing obtained a traveling scholarship at
Oxford, went abroad to awe tho world, (
of which he knew little. Crammed with
tho classics, ho had not the slightest
knowledge of any modern language
On landing at the sleepy town of
Ghent ho put np at an old many pas
saged hotel and sallied forth in the even
ing to see tho town. Shortly after 0
o'clock be retnrned to the hotel thr-mgh
streets rrniinously sib-uf. He found the
doors shut and saw no signs of lifo
within. After making rcise enough to
rouse the "seven hleepcrs" be heard the
sound of aomo oao moving within.
Tho dotrr was stealthily unlmrred,
and some one whether man or woman
he could n. tell holding dim oil
lamp reluctantly gave biiu admission.
Then, birrirg tit door and muttering
unintelligible sounds, the fignr disap
peared. The guest yelltd for tho waiter
and was answered by a mocking echo.
He groped his way np the croaking
staireaae and felt along the passage till
be came to an opcu door. Thinking it
the door of his room, which he bad left
open to guide him, he entered. A shriek
was beard, und n gruff voice called out
in French, "Who are yon?" Ho re
treated and heard the door angrily shut
In a little tinder box bo had some ci
gar fuses aud a wax taper. Ho lighted
one of the fuses but befi.ro he could ap
ply the flame to tbe taper it went out
After exhausting his stock of matches
and filling the passage with a strong
sulphurotu odor be was left in the dark
ness of despair.
Ho regained the staircase, descended
it ami fonud his way to a subterranean
passage. There suddenly ho heard a
piercing shriek and then a fall like
that of a carpetbag. A rushing of many
foet was followed by a light
The feet were those of waiters and
cbamuormaids. I ho Ian was that of a
plump English lad v's maid. The bearer
of tbe light spoke English, and from
him the stranger learned the cause of
The fruitless artemnts to light his ta
per hnd covered his fingers with phos
phorus from tho matches. His gestic
ulations bad rubbed the phosphorus
over bis clothes, and in tho dark pas
sage he glowed with unearthly light
The lady's maid's nerves were upset
and she went into hysterics. Having
explained those facts, the waiter showed
tho guost to bis room. Philadelphia
Rome Wowirn Are Ksn Old.
Mrs. Margaret Plolser reeentlv cele
brated her ninety-third birthday at In
eliana, Pa., and although her 1T0 de-
seenefants who were present presented
her with many gifts the one she prizes
most highly is a safety bicvele, aud so
capable a wheelwcman is she that she
has issned the following challener:
'I, Margaret Plot r, being in sound
health, memory and understandine.
hereby challenge any woman of my a.te
to ride a race for a prize Bible, the one
losing to present the Ixx-fc to the win
The Bicyelo World reports that there
are two other ladies in that immediate
vicinity who could accept the challenge
by f cliilling the two qualifications of age
and ridinc abilitv.
'The Nearest New Hovel
may be so intensely itjtrrsarlnr trat tbe rcaJer
maj he on a bed of tuff oritur, and yet tead it: but
eerta'nly not with satisfaction or pleasure. I
dies who arc given lo much novel reading should
feci pel feet y we.l to read with p'earnre ar d
profit. If afflicted with headache, neuralgia.
pain In the back, eyapeiaia, and "female eom-
plainta rnerally,fiist procure Dr. Pierce Fa
vorlla Pr-scrlritie-i, rrvpared esD-ciaTly tor
women, and after a inn. yon will read a it a
pleasure. or aa'e ny an mc-atcme dealers.
When Baby was elck, we gave nrr Outorla.
When ahe was a Child, alio criod for CoaLjria.
When ahe became SI Ha, she chtnr- to Caaturla.
h-n in had fTiilirm Bhr x-i-rrlhrm raavaav
Children Cry for
Or DshlWata Waaaea gh--U Us
Every tagredient DPflnFIP l.fV'v i
1 aJlallll i a. 13 IS CI
ionic properties. EC ft 11 1 I ta
and exerts a won- rilLlrll a
rtortnl mS..,.nr.l. l-mila.
toniSR- up aad
iT HtrenKibeiiiDjr ber
jg system by driviiyr Urrorjrb tbe proper X
g channel aurmptmuea. HetUth arid strength Z
f-y mix: Hiwnwwei w result iiud its vmc
t- Ts wire, who was bsdHddss fe eirhtees
2 months, after using niantun rassLC aaac
XLaToa tor two fm.ntii,, i. aauaas W.U.
S'j.lL JOHNSON, kuivn. Ark.
SSM as aU Dtaatfcsa el SI jt pw tortta.
BRADi'iELD REGULATOR CO, Atlanta. Oa.
".v-Je a Well
II ALIA iota Bar.
iraace ia ! aesalal aa Bwa. It acts
Pwer1ully and quickly. Cures when all others
fcuL Ysant: men will raraia their loot manhood,
and old nei will recover their youthful varot
by using 'VITALIS- It quickly and surely tw
stores yerroiiaaea, Lost Vitality, lm potency.
sajs. rovir, r silica atea
ory. Wasting liseaaea. and all effects of ael
auuse or excess ana indiscretion. Wards of
insanity and oonsmnpUon. Insist oa havirat
VITALIS, a oUn-r. caa be esmsd la vsal
ar retssd ta msy. Circular tree, arsrlrnai
CALtaXT AaSaAf CQaVAII. tlasaasTuL
For aai at Kock lalasd by Harper Rosa Phar
mtrj aad WllUaai Cleadsnln, Dragzist, ateUaa.
let Dor. V IaT v"""4" IrVtaxtaL I
Vs-- s j v s j j i it
CaastoriA Is Dr. SamtMl Pitcher" preacrlption for Infani
nd Cblldren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcoile stubstAvnee. It 1 aiarmlcaa aulHtiiat
for Paregoric, Drop. Soothing Syrups and Cantor Oil.
It Is Pleaaant. Its anutraatee ! thirty years use ,T
Millions or Mothers. Cast orla destroys Worms and ajava
feTcrishncM. Castoria prerenfs Tomltin; Sour Cur 4,
cores Diarrhoea and Wiad Colic. Castoria rtlirvcg
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the MortiiM
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep, t as.
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's i ricud.
Oastnrlt Is an ezorUrat msdietrM trr chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly o4 ma of Ha
good cScct upon tbcar childrea."
Da. C. C OsoAon,
" Castorfa U trie best remedy for cbildrea of
which I am aetrualnted. I hope tbe day is cot
far distant warn mothers wiUeonsider the real
Interest of their children, aad as Castoria ia
stead of tbe varioniouack amtrums which are
dostroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, aooth'ng srnp aod other hurtful
agents down tbetr throaS, thereby aendisg
them to twrmature grsrea."
Da. S. T. KnKXrXos,
"DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
HFATIMtf AXU TEXntATlaO EaUIKEECa.
T. F. BCRKE.
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck Island Heating
aod PiczSi,; Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1388
Sole Agent for la Parmaa.
X T. DIXOIST
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avei;u
I KACI'URS and BUILD KK
All littH of rarjaratrr
Olliec and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. KO: mi SIXTH AVENUE.
..t on Vlnt BtnmL MOCK IShSKO.
City 'Bus aad Express Line.
For Bns or Express Line telephone 1H1. and job will re-fA
prompt attention. ,
TIBOSSLASB t BPElfCEB. Props.
" Castoria la so well adapted lorlii: Irsa tha
I nwtaamrad S aaaupcnortoauy J'caarrrp.j'j,
kaowa to toe.'
H. A. A scam. II v,
111 Ro. Oxford at , ctrauslya, X. T
"Our rhysIciaM ia the childesti'a drsr,
sent base spoken bicUy of ttv ir er.-n'
caea ia their outside prsctio a itb Cn,n,
aod although ws ooly bass a:n-.i , -tnedical
supplies srhat is kaowa as r-.-j. .;
producta. ye we are free to couf.-s ;:
roertta of Caaloria has wua ua to lw sua
favor tipoo H."
Cnra noarrraL ass Ii ?-. sr.
Amrs C Sanra, Vea,
Matrrsw Stroot, Stew Tark City.
HAVK YOU fcl.KX
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Xot?
Come and see the llcatt r, an-5 jie!.'e
merits yourself. Fifteen mlJ tLi
son, and more goinje. Call f T Je- re
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
JOUS JOERS. ERNEST WA-iNKK.
Vice Preside.ct. Jcc. and Tr '
Uesstal lotrfnu; done mi aliort .-J...
aad Btiefac!HHi gufaiit J
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