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THIS ACQUP, MONDAY. KOVEHDDR CO 1C03.
Changing to Cash
Believing it to be to our patrons' interest, as well as
cur own, we will from Dec ist sell for cash only.
Both buyer and seller can do better under this ar
rangement. Note the following list of low prie s
we will give under the cash system.
Peacbei per can lOc Mustard Sardines: '6c
Pine Apples per cam 12c Chocolate per cake 5C
Canned Apples per can 9c C quarts of dritd Beans for 2e
Corn per can.. ; 5c 6 quarts of dried Peas for.. .... 2fic
2 cans of Tom t oea (or 15c Good flour, per sack 80c
Boston Baked Beans ... 9c 22 pounds of Sugar for. , tl.00
Kerosene per gallon 9c 13 bars of Soap for 25c
Bluing per bottle 4c Small pickles per gallon 190
Starch per pound 4c Coffee per package i7jc
Tea 10c and np. Durham, 1 pound of Tobacco.. 45c
10 pounds of New York Buck- Good Tobacco per pound..;. .. nc
wheat for. 24c Extracts per bottle 8c
011 Sardines 8c least Foam per package sc
Keep your eye on us for bargains.
CURNYN'S CASH GROCERY.
6oo Twelfth Street.
But a Gold Mine for the Public!
Yrigfct & Barter are Giving Array Silver.
A grand opportunity to get something substantial
for nothing, and at the same time buy the nec
essary footwear for your family.
Come Quick and
While the opportunity Is open.
1704 Second Ave.
LAST WEEK OF
Dr. Moses Medical
OF CHICAGO of
PROF. R. M. MOSES.
Practice limited to Diseases
v.nrunic aiscaae. ana an forms
painless ard by latest improved
vt lb. CaUeg ot Ph.felnt J lSggS
L BE M HARPER HOUSE fe.JA
Herb at ffome
lmillirsr nn th
of select Malt, sad
Ions assistance to
The Chicago lire win? Co's. Bottled Beer
bm also made a reputation
dared; from the local b:aach
k l S.
Nineteenth Si. first Ave.
and Optical Co.
3912 Calumet Ave.
DR. J. M. MOSES.
of Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat,
of Catarrh. All operations
methods. Spectacles made
It Chfc?E - ' S"M'-
wabiuuay, uvu. 9
YOU CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
known nrodnct of tha PIITf'Afin Rnrw
has become ao iuatlv nnn
tetu. It is a concentrated
Hops and rives almost
for itself and can
Glory to Rock Island
EASILY VAJQUI82 DAVESTOST BOTS
A Unmttat pea tact tUvartaateaa m taa
laara aula .Taa Uaa aa af Caattataata
, Taa Sittlwi aa tha Colaf Faat
tw. Illinois vanquished Iowa at foot
bool In the postponed Thanksgiving
frame at the Davenport fair grounds
Saturday afternoon. It was an easy
victor, indeed, for the team organ
ized in this city and composed of
players from the High school a of
Sock Island and Molina and of An
gustana college. The contest was
watched by an audience representa
tive of the society ot the three cities,
and the orange and blue of Illinois
and the red and white of Iowa, were
flaunted freely and with enthusiasm.
The team from thia side outclassed
the homo team at every point, in
weight training and scientific knowl
edge of the game.
It was a one-sided struggle, the
Illinois player making most of their
gains around the ends, and very
little puntin?wss ion. Rr.n . -wi
heft gave the orange and blue an
advantage that the red and white
COUra?eOUslv but vninlr
Lafgren thrice forced the Davenport
hub ior a loucnaown, Lindgren got a
couple and Easlber? kicked ail n
C0al3. and thna worn tnH ill. n
points for Illinois, while Iowa scored
Tba I4a Cp.
The line no Of the nnmnlntr alav.
cub was as iouows:
Wittinlr r- ?w
... ..vujwn, v.pi
Tornbolm c Mom
. ' .... .... . . n . .... . . . . ... .... aw it r
ICU.....,, ...... ...... ..11.. .......... Wtiln
f,e'd. It. Parker
,Vln le. Vincent
tnuiin rhb i'in.
. . . -M. ........ ....ntuuieiufl
;.Krca..... inn MMdk'lon
Undfrren. Capt. fb Peck
kicked. Ksstber. 4. Time of game, t'Wo halve
Time kerixr. Snhmirtt nf T7rw.tr ii.-.a. .
PrZi ?y- of venPor; linesman. JoUtuon
POULTRY SHOW CLOSED.
Winn.ra at tha Flrac ... Kxhlblt t
tba Writers Ililaai Aaaaetaila.
The first annnal exhibitinn nf tk.
nestern Illinois Fonltrv nH pt
Stock association came to a close at
Aamory hall last evening. It has
been a success. The next exhibit
will be he held at Moline. Here is a
list ot the nrize winner:
Barred Pi j mouth Rock F. H. Shel-
laoarger, west L.tDerty, Iowa; third
on cockerel; pullet, first and second;
uroi uing pen, nrst.
Bert Walker, Geneseo;
first; hen, first; breeding
Fred Crosby, Seatoc;
second, hen, fourth.
. Parkman. Ala1n
fourth; pullet, third; breeding pen;
J. C. Surman, Bock Itland; pullet.
uurbu; ueo, aecona; Dreeaine nen
fourth. 6 1
Buff Plymouth Rock H. B. Boyer,
Morrison; cockerel, first; pullet, first.
bbuuuu ma intra.
II. H. Robb, Rock Island; pullet.
Bnff Wyandotte s D. G. White
Kock Islarid; cock, fourth; hen,
second, third and fourth; pullet.
urst, sec-juu ana intra; nrst and sec
ond on black Wvandottea.
Silver Wyandcttes J. C. Surman.
Rock Island; pullet, first, second and
iniru; second on nen.
ired Kirchner. Nihnla Tn.
cocserei, nrsi; pullet, fourth.
uo:aen wyandoites r red Crosby,
Seaton : cock. Mennd -
ond, third and fourth; breeding pen,
Frtd Kirchner. Kirhnla Tn..
cockerel, first: outlet, first and x!
White Wvaadottes W..N Smith
Ohio, 111.; cockerel, first, second!
third and fourth; breeding pen. first.
Light Brahma Mra. Phil fmkt
Coin, Iowa; cockerel, first; pullet,
third; breeding pen, second.
F. H. Shellabarger, West Libertv,
Iowa; cockerel, second and fourth;
pullet, second; hen. first: breeding
A. H. liielev. Cedar Rnnida. Tnwa-
cockerel, ihird; pullet, first and'
fourth; breeding pen, third.
Bnff Cockins K. I). Mn.,i...
South Bock Island; cock, third; hen)
third; cockerel, second.
R. A. Donaldson. Rnnk- - T.l.n.l .
cockerel, first; pullet, first, second,'
inira ana xourtn; breeding pen, first.
Partridge Cochins R J nr.k
Geneseo; cockerel, first; pullet, first!
second and third; breeding pen, first.
c u. aicariney. sou in Kock Isl
and: cock, third: hen. third?
erel, second; pullet fourth; breeding
n hue L.angshangs E. D. McCart-
nev. South Rock Island:
first andc second; pullet, first; hen!
Black Langshangs E. D. McCart
ney. South Rock Islacd; cockerel,
first; pullet, first.
S. d. lirown Leghorn W. G. War
nock. Geneceo: cockerel- first. s)insir1
and fourth; pullet, firtt. third and
lourtn; ben, tnird; breeding pen. I
E. S. Lindemacn. Uskalooaa Tn ..
cockerel, third; pullet, second; hen.
second and fourth; breeding pen,
W. M. Wilcox A Co.. Unlina- Kral.
ing pen, third.
r- La. Mont?omerv. Revanlda- 1an
J. E. Axelson, Moline; cook, first.
B. C. Brown Leghorn F. L. Ack-
Shroeder. Rock Island;
third: pullet, first and
R. C. Black Leghorn J. Heck,
South Moline; pullet, first.
R. C- Buff Leghorn C F. Kara
merer. Rock Island; cock, first.
S. C. Black Leghorn C- F. Kam
merer. Bock Island; cock, first; hen.
iii ft, second, third and fourth; cock
ere, first and second ; pullet, first,
second, third and fourth.
S. C. Bnff Leghorn C. F. Ham
merer, Bock Island; cock, second;
hen, second, third and fourth.
. E. Parkman. Aledo; cockerel, sec
ond and fourth; pullet, first, second
and third; breeding pen, first.
II- E. Biggs, Moline; cockerel,
first and third; pullet, fourth; breed
ing pen. second.
8 C. White Leghorn Holts Rraa .
Moline; cockerel, first; pullet, first,
second, third and fourth.
Black Minorcas F. Ii. Cooper,
Moline: cockerel, first, second and
third; pullet, second, third and
fourth, n. A. Andrcwa. Rruk-falanrf
cockerel, fourth; pullet, first.
W. C. Biack Polish. B. Frank
enberry. Sunbeam; cock, first; hen,
first, second, third and fourth; breed-
ice pen. first.
G jlden Polish E. D. McCartney,
South Rock Island; cockerel, second;
pullet, first: breeding pn. first.
Fred Crosby, Seaton; cockerel, third;
hen, first and second; pullet, second
Ilondans E. D. McCartney, South
Rock Island; cockerel, first; pullet,
S. S Hamburg George Senn,
South Rock Island; cockerel, first
and second; pallet, first, second.
third and fourth; hen, first and sec
Red Caps H. E. Biggs, Mc
lint; cock, first; hen, first, senond.
third and fourth; breeding pen, first
B. B. Red Kama Bantam If VI
Shellabarger, West Liberty; cocker
el. first and third; hen. first; pullet.
nrst and second. Ernest Mondt,
uavenpor; cockerel, second: pallet.
third; Andrew Hiramer, Moline;
cockerel, third; pullet, third and
Golden Seabright A. 11 Floyd.
n ess L.ioerty; cccferei, nrst, second
and fourth; hen, first and third; pul
let, first, second and fourth. V. n
McCartney, South Rock Island; cock
erel, inira; pallet, third.
Buff Pekin Bantam A: II. Vlnvd
West Liberty; cockerel, first; pullet.
Silver Dnckwinp Bantam V n
McCartney. South Rock Island, cock
erel, first; hen, first, turkey, one
pair, nrst; colored Muscove ducks,
one pair, first; White Mnscove ducks,
one pair, first; Toulouse gcse, firs ;
Pea Jowls, one pair, first; Wild geese,
one pair, first; Belgian hares, two
pair, first. H. C. Wrhling, Rock
Island, one coop ferrets, first.
Pit Games Andrew Hammer, Mo
line, first j. eo, second best stsg. C. A
uaves. Sears, best nnllat. aennnd
bt hen. Ulam & Bnrton, best cock,
best pair, beet 10 birds, sweepatake
price. Ed Stodd. South Rock Island.
bsst pair chicks, best stag. Simon
Lynch, Rock Island, best display pet
gmp, winner 01 association sweep
atake priz. second best nen. aannml
bet cock, first premium on hen.
From a letter written l R J
Gundcrman, ot Dimondale. Mich., we
arc permitted to make this extract
"1 nave no hesitation in rwnmmnnii
ing Dr. Kinc's New Discovery, aa tha
maims are almost marvelous in tha
case of my wife. While I was pastor
ut idd Baptist cnorca at Rives June
tion She Was broncht dnwn avlth
pneumonia sncceedinrr la trrinrvn
Terrible paroxvsms of enuehinir
u i ... " ... . . " e
wi.um last nours witn mtie mterru
tion, and' it seemed as if she con
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. KihT'a New Diaminrr
it was quick in its work and highly
....ioiuij in renuiiB. a rial oot-
tles free at Harts A Ullemever's drar
B , . ' . O
neiruiar siza duo ana
"Charlev's Aunt." with ita mnn
derfnl hnmor and roaring love acene
a mo iarce comeay mat naa capti.
vated fastidiona women. Thia r
markable plav has been translatad
into the orincinal Enroman lan.
guages and is plaved in tha imperial
cities oi Europe to the same great
audiences. In Roma the Italians
pack the houres and cheer the actors
in Benin tne uermana have made it
the hit of the vear. In Paris tha
success is even 'greater. In London
tne autnor ana manager have both
oecome ricn irom the Immense re-
Yon Will Bee thia nla at Ifarnaa'a
.. .- ,1' j ! 3 r J . IT" -
lunin ncunnaij evening.
Tha boat aaiva U the world fcr
euts. brnlaaa, soraa. nloera, salt
rheum, fevar inrai. tnttar. niiaj
hands, ebilblaina, corns and nil akin
eruptions, ana po.ltively cures
pUes or no pay reo aired. ik u
antaad to artva Mrfaot aatiafutini,
money refunded. Prion U seats per
dos. craia liana at Uiinuta
Sealed prooosala will ba
at the citv clerk's office. Rock Island.
I1L. until Mondav. De. 7. A. I iftar.
at 5 o'clock p. m.. for furniahiair
1.000 feet of hose for tha fire depart
ment of said city.
Bidders are required to furnish
samples of the Lose they propose to
Kock Island. IIL. Not. IS, 18M.
A. D. Ucesiko. City Clerk.
Subscribs) for Tas Aaacs.
Sparagus Kidney Pills Keep
on Curing People.
Kidney Disease Has Been
Robbed of the Horrors
tached to It.
The Cry for Help is Qoickly An
swered by Dr. Hobbs' Grand
Ask at T. IL Thomas1 Drop tor.
Corner Second Avennn and
Seventeenth 8treet, of the
Cures this Wonderful
There was a time and not ao
long aeo that when nersona vara
attacked with kidnev disease, and
because tboronehlv convinced of it.
a sense of mingled anguish ana hor
ror qntcKiy crept over them. They
know the perilous position it placed
them in. Brlght'e disease, with all
its horrors, atared them in the faoe.
Horrible visions came to them, even
in sleep of the dreadful ordeal they
were to pasa through, and many
wouia nave wricomea ueatn at the
start, once the diagnoais made it ab.
solutely certain that they were afflict
ed with thia disease.
inps, now that a handy and safe spe-
ciuo is oDtainaoie at tneir nearest
drog store. No man or woman can
be so totally blind to facta na o for
one minnte believe that Dr. Hobbs
Sparagus Kidney Pills will not cure
them, after the public test that has
been made ot thia remedy in Bock
Island for the pat three weeks.
Tne teatimonlals and commenda
tions that have appeared in the Rock
laland vtanara nn t ti. I
r r- g- w i'i.w.i V.UIV
1 . : . m .1
ai uui aniBii part oi i nose already
rereiveu, ana more are coming in
VleeoaM publish hundreds, tint
we feel that we have add need proof
mat most convince tne most aaeoti.
Kever in onr experience has there
been such n spontaneous outpourlog
of praise as has greeted Dr. Hobbs'
Sparagua Kidney Pills.
What Or. Hobbs' Sparagus Kid-
ney Pills Are Designed And
Guaranteed to Do.
They soothe, heal and core any
inflammation ot the kidneva or blad
Thty cure backache.
They cause tha kldnejs to filter
out of the blood all poisons and im
purities, whether mil in tha a
tem or taken in from the outside.
They render sluggish kidneys ac
tive. Tbey ene the kidneys to cast out
the poiun of rheumatism (urio acid)
the disease cerms of malaria and the
Tnev enure tha kldnevs to keen tha
blood pure and clean, and thua pre.
vent neuralgia, headache, dissiaess,
nervous dyspepsia, skin diseasee,
eruptions, scales, tetters and rabes.
They c.uf etna kdneys to work
steadily end regularly.
They dissolve and cast ont brick.
dust and paospbata depooita and
disolve gravel and calculi in both
tne kidneys acd bladder.
They cure Blight's dii.ae.
Thay cause the kidneva to ranidlv
rid the svstem of the do hobs of alro.
hoi and tobacco.
Thev field a clear mind, awaat
aleep. steady nerves, active bodies,
brimful Of the meat and hannineaa t.t
living, bright eyes and roy cheeks.
oecause they keep the blood free
from noiaona and imnnritiea that
would otherwise clog and irritate It.
neaitny kidneys make pura blood.
Pure blood makes perfect health.
Perfect health makea life worth
Dr. Hobbs' Snars. Kidnev P.lla
An flkl. - J J - -1 1 . 1 - . :
Dr. Hobbs' Smncnt Kidna
Pius, 50 cents a box or six for S2 60
T. H. THOMAS, Druuist,
Car. fssaaS Aa. A aaraatta ac
A a lipailaat KaalaUaa.
In addition to other nrneaadinira
which received the attention of tha
county Teacbera's association In the
'.vumuugg aa aioiine was tne auop
tion of the following resolution:
"Unsolved (1). That it is the
sense of this association that the
perennial examination of teachers In
the same branches and on tha same
portion of these branches is dwarfing
in Ita effects. (2) That in our be
lief holders of tbe first grade eertifi.
cates should, if subjected to annnal
examiaaticaa. be eal.ed npoa to paas
tests in n Mngie oranca cnoeea lor
its professional and culture value
and changed from vear to year. (3)
That if introduced' la thia way we
would favor tha addition of Phvsics
to the requirements for nil eertifi
catee, and of algebra to the ren a Ira
ni en ts for first grade certifies tea."
Ta Cara a Caaa aa Uaa Kkay
Take laxative Broaao Qalalae Tab-
lata. All drorerisU refund tha
ioney If it falls to eara. SS cents
After aa exposure, or when voa
feel a cold eainiftr es. take a dnaa nf
Foley's If ony and Tar. It ncvar fails.
Sold by M. F. Baanjca.
Why Hog high price, he says erer)thinr is ifo
ing up, but he wouldn't say so if he lock a look at
our 1st, as we have some things to cut on right
along Note the follosnog and be convinced:
Canned Tomatoes. 1 eaas for., l&c
Graham Flour, per sack ie
Crackere. per ponnd $c
Sew fork Buckwheat, per Beck 25c
Gold Dost, rer package i7Je
Gno powder Tea. per pound.... lie
Yonng Hyson Tea. per pound.
Chow Chow, per bottle e
Bye Meal, per sack jj
Paskega Coffee, per package...
Cirn Meal, per sack 7c
Buttermilk Soap, per box .... ye
Six quaru dried Peaa 25c
Catsup, per bottle &c
Sour Pickles, per gal J0
Prunea, per pooad oe
Ginger Snaps, per pound. fie
Four quaru brown beans e
TOUOS FOB CASH.
LANGE de HEITMANN,
'Phone 1327. 7co Serenth Avenue.
Not la the wild western sense, but in the sense of
haying tender feet? If you are, we want to fit your
next pair of shecs for you. There's a great deal In
the way a shoe is first put oa and the way the foot
seUes into It If it is tight where it should be and
loose where It should be, there'll bs very little
trouble. We make a study of these things. Trices?
Of course they're right, or we wouldn't idl eo many
Spot Cah Shoe Store 107 Twentieth street
THE POPULAR SUBJECT
be witn tree col aaim. Our 99V
M ,ti: . . ...
B"" S up aUQ aUUtOSY
Osring to the high quality of
material we use In our plates
we could not afford to snake
them for $6. The price is now
Bridge work, the most sclen
tific and modern way of replacing teeth. We dp this work
at onr-half price. $c
We exuact teetn positively painless with an application
to the gums no gas, ether, chloroform. conequently no
For a short time we will present our patrons with a tube of
tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see us.
Consultation and examination free,
New York Dental Parlore,
DR. feJlUnZl, PiToprlotc:?.
115 East Thlid street, .... Davenport. la
BOTH QUANTITY AND QUAUTY.
1 M- -Li-Lanj-uuxTL-Lnj-L-u-..,
Can Pamkln. cans for
Pae berry Coffee, per ponnd . . .
Large box Stove Polish '.
Pound can Mackerel, per can..
Star cleaned Currants t pkg. for
Quart bottle Bluing
Bye Floor, per eaok
Clothes Pins, per doten
S bars Santa Claaa 8ap
Six quaru dried Beana
tO-ct. Baking nowder and pall .
Caaaed Apple Batter
Surgam Molasses, pcrgsllon...
z gaiion ran syrup..
umiain. per pouad
Holland herrirg. per keg.
Corn Starch, per package.
WE HAVE BOTH
Free Silver Gold
Our silver fillings at 505 sre
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