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THE FINAL SALtJTE. EXPBE8 FR0M Mwumss
HIS IS A WOIDEXTUL IXOP.
RULL times cause low prices. We must be
U kept busy. Here are some quotations that
cannot be res'sted.
Sale is for This Weak My.
AM WMt Oae If We Mr Caaatrr-aaa-
Ml HK dm far Sa-as
B Ba-aetnaBa at Imim to La.
Cotton Blankets. 45c a pair.
Turkish Bath Towels, Sc. 4c,
5c and 63.
Men's Bine Handkerchiofs,
3Jc and 5c.
Cotton Flannel at 4c.
Linen Crash at 4 2c.
Cotton Toweling at 21c and
3Jo. A ' "
Half Wool Flannel, 12Jc, 15c
and 181 0.
Wash Bags, 2o, 3c and 4c.
Germantown Yarn, 5c a skein.
Dress Goods, worth 49c, at
Dress Prints at 8c.
Unbleached Muslin, 3c and
Bleached Muslin, 4c.
Unbleached Cheese Cloth, 4c.
Jeans, worth 35c, at 5e.
Shirting Flannel at 18Je.
Men's Gray Underwear at 17o.
Ladies1 Jackets reduced to
75c. 11 and $1.60.
Ladies' Kid Gloves, regular
price 93c, at 35c.
Breakfast Shawls. 17c 25c
Ladies1 Dretaing Saequea at
Ladies1 wool surface, double
texture. Black and Navy Mack,
intoshes at $4.75.
Ladies1 double texture tan
Mackintoshes, $3.50. ' ,
Bugs and Door Mats at cost.
Oil Cloth Bibs at 5c each.
Oil Cloth Mats at 3o each.
Tins at lo per paper.
Wool Soap at 4c and 7c.
(LUC1SLER Dry Goods CO.
217 and 217 West Second St., Davenport.
That it has taken time and study and work to
produce Shoes worth your buying at prices fair
for you to pay? Think it over.
Think this over, too that descriptions are
cheaper than materials. Be sure the shoes you
buy are as good as you're made to believe they
arc. Our new fall styles are in. Ladies' shoes
of any grade, and some wear-reslstera for the
children that are worth your while to buy.
1704 Second Ave.
i5. ID IL 1SIL
Showlog the Largest and Finest
Ec offered in Rock Island or Vicinity.
Latest Styles, Latest Shapei, Litest Productions.
Souveniri with every Cash Pu 'chase.
A full line of our own city made Shoes
for ladies ...
ALWAYS PLEASE. "
OPEK EVtEX ETEMWG.
Paid by Labor
All classes et laboring men, espe
cially those who an or hare been
affiliated with the Kaights of Labor
ill be interested in aa oibcial ref
erence to the new found faith of T.
Powderly. iaaa-auck as that gee.
tied a was seat to Bock Island this
week to influence labor ia the cease
of Mark A. Henna. Here ia the fall
text of a document addressed To
the Order Wherever Found, Greet
ing." bearing the official seal and
signature ,ot J. J. Bishop, general
worthy foreman of the Knights of
Terence Vincent Powderly. who
for 14 years prior to November, 193,
was the chief officer ia the Knights
of Labor, has been recently quoted
in the precs dispatches aa aiating
authoritatively that the free coinage
of silver is no portion of the pream
ble of or creed of the Knights of
The influence of aaything Mr
Powderly may think or say will have
small weight with thoe of our mem
bers whose memories go back a few
years; it may, however tend to con-
fuse and mielmd some of the thous
ands who have joined the cause more
recentlv, and to those 1 principalis
1 have claimed now for three
years that Mr- Powderly was a mon
omaniac upon the one subject of T.
v. rowderiy. however sane mm might
be considered upon matters affecting
his personality, and 1 cannot at this
tim retrain from entering into a
short retrospect of the career of the
man whose unexampled egotism was
one of the chief causea that brought
strife and dissension for a time into
"The free and unlimited coinage
of silver has been one of the main
demands of the Knights of Labor
since the Atlanta session of the gen
eral assembly in 1889, it has been re
indorsed specincally since that time
at Denver in 1890, at Toledo ia 1891,
at St. Louis in 192, and our legisla
tive committees have been instructed
to make that, with the land and trans
portation planks, their chief care.
What Ha Did far snver.
Mr. Powderly. aa chairman of a
delegation representing this order,
attended conferenoea and conven
tions of the Farmers1 Alliance and
people's party at Ocala, Omaha and
BU Louis, where the Knights of
Labor were again pledged to the sup
port of the measure with his active
cooperation and consent; be is on
record in more than one of hi offi
cial reports as being personally a
warm adherent 01 tbese doctrines.
and hia present attitude is simply a
discarding of the mask and a proof
01 tne claim so frequently maa that
during ail the yeare he held remun
erative office in the order, he was
simply a time server without slncer-
I'T 01 mind or purpose.
in 1 1 years be drew, in actaai
c.sh. over $15,000 from the treasure
of the order; hia poatage. street and
rauroaa car tare, hotel bills, even the
gas bills in his home In Scruuton
were charged to and paid bv the
der he so long deceived. From the
position 01 n mediocre machinist be
was, through the advantage ob
tained by membership ia the order.
given opportunity xor studv, leiaure
to observe human nature, and abua
dant chance to become a cultured
cosmopolitan with acquired ability to
smooth the world1! rough places for
nimseii, 11 not ior bis fellows, and
tne return ne now gives to the or
ganization to which he is so deeply
indebted Is to throw his meaalv
weight, with a remnant of his old-
time egotism, into the scale scatnst
it and make a feeble attempt to help
tne comnmed corporate banks and
monopolies against which he waged
reientiea war so long.
All he has and knows he ewes to
the Knights of Labor; all he is. he is
himseii responsible for. I have
claimed tnat hia mental poise was
lost in 1893. and every public act and
utterance he haa since perpetrated
has but deepened my conviction; let
us in charity all decide that this
view is the proper and correct one.
aad permit T. V. Powderly to 1
quietly into deserved oblivion at
tended only by the contempt of aa
At Tea Three
All the time? This condition ts
suie indication that your blood Is
not rich and nourishing as ft ouirbt
to be and it may be if you will Uke
a few bottles of the great blood puri
fier. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thous
ands write that Hood's Sarsaparilla
nas enrea mem 01 tnat tired feeling
1 ; f . I . m . . -
"J K"nK "" ncn, reo mood.
Hood's Pills art easily and
promptly on the liver and bowels.
Cures eich headache.
ia 1 to S daya.
system ia re-
Its actloa apoa
markable aad mystarioua. It re
mo vee at oaee the eaaaa, aad the
disease Immediately disappears. The
first does greatly relieves. 7a cents.
Sold bv Oct Grot jam. drwrrh. Koek
Island, aad Oast ioatagef Boa, M0
west aeooaa sweet, Devea
What joa need
care you. Get Dr.
ia eomething to
'Caf.iilaaiii Litti rn
Fred Grader, the aefortaaate toy
raa dowa bv aa eleetria aseaor eo
terdey. died of hie la jertes at St.
Asthoay's hospital at 10 o'clock Wet
Sept. Haatooa. or ia Trvnti
Railwav en so pa bv remained at the
hospital through the afternoon and
eveatajr. and eo effort woe sper-d oa
the pert of the company's repreeeus
ative that might poaeibly eoetrtbau
to the alleviation of the safetiars of
the aatortanate boy or ia soothing
the hearts of those apoa whom
the affliction had come.
Thin morning Deputy Coroner Eok
hart summoned a Jury compnard of
M. K. Sweenev, John WheeUa. f red
Wi-ill. T. F. Burke, B C Cool aad
L. Freeman. The remain were
reviewed aad the laqoest continued
aatil 2:30 this afieraooa.
The inquest, which Is being held
at the reejaeot of Misormaa Kea-J
tedy, la ia progress this af terneoa
The fnaeral occurs at 1:80 to -norma
afternoon from the boy's .ate home
ia South Koek laiaad.
TATLOB BUIKJ TOnce.
Tevlor Cidge, Sept. SO. Mr. aad
Mrs. Weil Baker atteaded the JMedo
fair last Friday.
James Taylor wrat to kocs isiaad
Mrs. L- V. Muage went to Bock
Mrs. S. P. Ball and Mrs. R
Kirk were in Rock Island Wed net.
U. U. Bruuer ana a. r. Mall went
oat to Coal Valley last Friday to boj
There was a lecture given ia edg-
ington by a colored lady Tuesday
Mrs. Walter Lloyd spent a lew
days of last week with her mother at
Dr. B. G. Christie is considering
the starting of n drag store and den
tal office in onr little village.
Mias Isie Dusenbary returned to
Mrs. Ball's last Wednesday after
spending two weeks at Illinois City.
There was to be a political meet
ing at Reynolds Toesday eight.
but ram prevented a very large at
Mra. W. O. Forgy returned from a
visit to her parents last week, and
she and the children hare been quit
ick ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brnner. aad
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sever, where
among the many who attended the
Aiedo intr last innrsday.
We regret to hear of the departure
this week of Mr. and Mra. John Tit.
terlngtoa and famUy. It will be
quite a surprise to a great maay of
their mends. , -
There will be a series of protracted
meetings st the Tnylor ridge Baptist
church beginning next Monday night
Oct 5. Bev. Mr. Matthews, of Cam
bridge, will preside.
The lecture given sondav nt-rht bv
Mr. McClnre. of Chicago, wan verv
good. There waa qattc a gnnd at
tendaneo. though fortunaiel? Ir
this vicintv. there were an little one
needing a home.
Mrs. J btewart Invltad a few of
the intimate friend, aad cave Mr.
Titteringtoa a verv pleaaant sur
prise. They each took with he
n block for a craxy quilt which wa
left ai a memento of their good will.
When they put n man ia j-JI he
cannot foli.w hte na'arai ic!ina-
tloes. He ran not at what be want
to-be is 1 mited to a verv frunl
diet. Is It not eona:lr tree uf a dve-
pspiicr rnraiioi the real en toy
ment he gets out of life he might ns
wen ne in Jail. He cannot eat what
he likea, nor eaooga. II suffers
much, gets little sympathy. At Srst
perhaps a little Iteavineaa la the
stomach, a little sourness, windy
-ivdidK ma nenrtnqra; headaches
and biliousness and a foul taste la
the moath la the morning. Chronic
constipation is almost inevitable, aad
means that the body la holding pot
aonoua. impure matter that should
be rotten rid of. Thoaotaoa Is be
ing reabsorbed into the blood aad the
whole body. Impurity In the blood
mny lead to almost aay dienai
constipation is the start of It alL
t-k W- a a..
vt. rierens rieasant FSileU cure
constipation, enre it eo tt stays
' o.aer remedy ia tne
world will do that.
sena zi cents in 1-cent stamoe to
World's Dispensary Medical Assocla
oa. vuuaio. N. v., and receive Dr.
rierce's l,W-page Commoa Sense
uedical Adviser, illustrated.
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'l'-t, l-M-' "'I aHat rvtwiito ia th' 1teH' ,;..
Everything Tktt Is Rew an Nobby Far Bc5ow
Its Rfit Vttoe.
Osv's OaBUnavtlai SsUU.
l-lW.Vk-..UrrMM --MMH -iIh a,.,.m.
. trt, .-rn ft-..,.!! mm S,l UH
mttt iM.iMMi a4 IHM ,i.,u i.,.i
.A d It, 1 . m ,1 f
Boys9 Two Piece Suits.
fa til wool aa-r htae rtirr hea-r oewki i
a. ana mrwr . - tmunr wot ar. aaati)
M aereiefors atS -
-) alN-a S a
1 1 wain a iiaw
I lla-nata IN' CM I- ttMft Vaaaa la Sa-a i
a-), -aarta etp-awftl- lur ewt-S SoaPA ia wear
an a-i rta-a s
LT7 Z.V7T.- w ea-.tBer.-, S .rta. t. e
aae pifta nuJ-ar:
iuin-tw. trknlT all onl botti'
tJnyle aa4 Uaaiila ht-aie4
VotM-CNUM. or ttaat eSecta I
a Wm- fcv -) ka-w hmh vi.mw au .1.1
J rnevas muumh, l
"r- W-aa-rr-M. , !.
Boys9 Long Pant Suits.
t tana faa-M tmt Mn1IMi Ovr ttuoal Mawve- -
tMS laj-i-. -tm-44-h Tmmm Hi all - fall MautHi "i
IMaal-. as 0mrmx. mmum. tn-rtri, ,,.
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MMaoWarr aa aa M. ttnr faa(
ei-M. ba alaar - ai at -
Sw benra' aO Manl tnacaaet llur ta r-ar a4 .
i r-w at Mt aaa eo-rtae alt
hww aai Salta. ara 11 ta IS ta
rlM. tana Iran atal
a Hetnch aUHU irao-dltirr
21 8. Peoria 8t Chieage, I1L,
Jan. 11. lsta.
Our Working Woman's Home 1
sociation used Folev'e Hoaey aad
Tar eta years ago. aad are aeiag U
wmj. a nas always beea a lavor
itev for whU iu taste Is aot at all
unpleasant its effects are eery hen.
aae aever yet disappointed
ua. w Uhing you all possible aae
. . --f G. Fucm, Baa. Mgr.
Sold by M. P. Bahasea.
I will replace free ail work thai I
have doaa daria the tanaa 10 vaawe
G. M. Babooos.
17U aeeoad aveae
that is aot
I It be te aa a.
auwmr mnmmmjjmm, gold men aay
v. Mm -ui wao nave a sea it
er gold ar silver
Foley-h Uoawy aad Tar Cough Syrup
is superior to all others as 18 la te I.
Mothers should not fail to sec our line of Extreme NoveltSe in Children's Suits
Reefer Jackets and Cape Overcoats. Remember everything is n-w, no old didf.
worn, shoddy garments in our stock. A visit to our store will conunce you that we
have the trrandest assortment of Clothinc ever shomn in th Tri.r; ;e
SBl -"- --.-.- a ai a aje-w-' tvwi
Sherrard. Sept, 3X Mrs. L J
Iladdlck. who has beea visltlag rela
tives la Dee Motaee he lest alx
weeks, returned home Thetadsy.
Thomas llaiga. or Ihle piar vis
ited relatives la Cable bueday.
Joe Jeaklae aad family, of Cabl
moved to 8htTnrd tt'twa-adav.
Uuite a tanr frnm this T-rlrt-y ,
aueeoea toe aiaoo lair 1 aui-wiey
tuteaaamner atten-ied the t
pabUcaa rally at Cable Monday e wain.
Miss Mora UKell. of Waaluck. ta
visiting with Mr. aad Mrs. Jmn
Oaorgr Diwana. of Cable, i- rtd
b'S h fe-ehH hrtnda SM4 ftbl i
Saarrard VTda- adv
Jacob Clark, vf this pi -. ah" hue
beea la Chtoare aad llartey. rt
turned hotna M-tday
Mrs. Charira VaKat-M a4 M
Mary Jane Geralds, nt t'ahia. mrr
viaitors vf Sherrard Thet-1r.
There are X9 more aaee avm
ifig ap hor bo wort frm 1 shaft
of Cable to No. S. at be-Tia-d this
Mr Jba IVvrTage, of -U. who
h beea viailitg her daethtr. Mra
Gurney Farrow, rv'arred b m h
Jen Gleaa, of Ceelaad. 111.,
passed throagh hero Haaday ue hi
way to Cable ta seereb. of a horse
that strayed a. acd crrrtook It at
The eleelloa Saturday for a new
village board lstweea the eiUieeea.
ticket aad ponple's ticket wae de
cided as follows: Pre-id-st. Kobrt
iHvisoa; treat. Klmar Mx.
LewU Shah. Uavid U. F.taas. Rkh
ard J. Hicks' William Mrechae and
Fraah YoeogqaU: villa' clerk F. S.
Catarrh by the ase of eo-ealled blood
rosaedlee means the espaadltar ef
maay do tare sed deraageaieat of
tb atoatach That aata-ra ta aot
ceased by blood troubles U elf-vi
dent when yoa rfl-et that attacks
are always dae to eaddea climatic
cbaa roe or exposure to old. aad on
cer saeet freeueetly darieg the wla-
ter aad satiag. though the h ood Is
as para thea as ia summer ar lalL
A umawy whlh utehty rebeee aad
by tkorowgh treatmeat earee the ca
tarrhal attacks has bees found ia
Lly's Cream Balm.
THE rOlULAK St.'BJLCT
Free Silver Gold
Oi f Jlv- r lillinf st t-,cc t f
5.S, ami O'.if
Dr. WUliame' Indian Pile Oietmeat
wiUear bllad. bleediag. alcerated
aad Itchier astee. It abeorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at owes,
acta as a aoalUee. rives ieeisat re-
relief. Dr. Williams ladtaa Pile
Matsaeat ta prepared oaly tor
aad tubing ef aae narrate parts,
nexhinjr else. Beery was as -gaa
teed. Bold ay dragrWta. seat ay
mall for M asata aad II per has.
Wituaas Mrs Co. lYoaa., Ctava
laad. Ohio. For sale ay all drag
worili mrrr dln
b". with rp. cotr.iK. Our k gotd t.mwns at
pffi hiiKtft at 5-1 up hte ihA'rn
:i s-fu . .
tj';-af vt tr h'u.h )ulitrof
.tut.'tit are ua-. In oar pUtet
! ctulJ not aftcrd to rnKke
Arm f"f JA. TUr pric-i ia noar
Drida'r rrk. the most acier-
thc aid tndfm eratr of rrpla Ioat trh.
' mc tvtu uricc t.
! - . - C t.i
c rxtraci tceva mwztf p&inie-as wun mn apfuicaiioti
to tb? crunu rv sjaa. ethr. chloroform cncout-nilv no
ror a short time we anil present our patrons with a tube of
tooth paste of our cram make, garmnteed absolutdy pure.
All rmr work hTuaraateed for ten years. Come and tee us.
Consulutlon tod examination free.
vYe do this
New York Dental Parlors.
115 East Third street; Davuiport, fa
OUR AUGUST SPECIAL We wUl refund cash
for 20 miles railroad fare on all UHs of $5 or over
for one rnoatk.
mom ovAsmr 40 ouautt.
SOLD BY ALL VCALC2S.
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Bold y n. r.