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TIIG AEQUO, TUESDAY, DISCBITJinn IB : 1CCO.
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN. GRAND ARMY OFFICERS.
Why king high price, he says everything is go-,
ing up, but he wouldn't say so If he took a look at
our list, as we have some things to cut on right
along. Note the following and be convinced:
Canned Tomatoes, 2 cans for.. 15
Crackers, per pound, 6c
New York Buckwheat, per sack 25c
Gold Dost, per package 17Jc
Gunpowder Tea, per pound 21c
Young Hyson Tea, per pound. 20c
Chow Cbow, per bottle 9c
Package Coffee, per package... 17c
Buttermilk Soap, per box .... 9c
Sis quarts dried Peas 25c
Catsup, per bottle 8c
Sour Pickles, per gal 19c
Prunes, per pound.. ..' 5o
Ginger Snaps, per pound Ec
Four quarts brown beans 25c
Corn Starch, per package c
Can Pumkin, 2 cans for.
Peaberry Coffee, per pound. . .
Large box Store Polish
FoundcanMackerel, per can..
Star cleaned Currants, 2pkg. for
Quart bottle Bluing. 8o
Clothes Pins. per. dozen lc
S bars Santa Clans Soap
Six quarts dried Beans
20-cz. Baking powder and pail
Canned Apple Butter.
Surgum Molasses, per gallon. .
2-gallon Pail Syrup 44c
Kai&ms, per pound
Holland herring, per keg
YOURS FOS CASH.
LANGE & HEITMANN,
'Phone 1327. ; 2700 Seventh Avenue.
Do Your Own Half-Solicg
And Save Money.
DYKE'S RUBBER HALF - SOLES
k 11 Prepared for Adjustment to Any Shoe.
Anyone Can Affix Thm
In Five Minutes.
They keep your feet warm and dry. Useful for Bicyclists, Tennis
Players, Vacationists, for beach wear and mountain climbing. Thou
sands wear them. For sale by
1704 Second Ave.
A Nice Far Collarette
A Nice Far Muff.
A Nice Far Cape.
A Nice Pair of Far
A Nice Pair of Ladies
A Nice Pair of Gents
A Nice Pair of Gents'
A Nice Pair of Ladies
Or.r 500 styles of Glove
and lailts to .elect from.
A full nock of Fan siwsya
Wawe af Cmal IaSsrist . Mia Batae faa aaa tka Wi
rtmm tfca Vrprw Eaf. I Caraa aM EMMI
Joslin, Dec. 14. Almost everyone! John Bnford post 243, Grand Army
you meet Is sure to say. "what bean. - of the Republic, and the Woman1 He
rn a i weatner we are having." Jiel Corps, held
1605 Second Ave.
BW. Wfl BW, m mW - WauWaWawat mi mm Mm llll
The Bridge Line Cars will take you to cur store
Corner Third and Harrison street,
Wow then, boys, host! el
TffK SI. Shoots 22 ran.
ferv cartridir- ( It-at: or short I
ri Bed. blued barrels, ottvd walnut stock. DtstoJ: crio. toned
Mtfnt e.h,.l vtrartitf. Imth ttt ham-4 ifarfka-c vnrht n rw..
marks ml ir.mrt .K-a 1 friMti irv- mnA 9lkf --; sf VIW fiUDsi a---i...-iS
I1AKE1I PlIKK A i- v.4il Pr-iwrl ilk Tnm.U Wo-
Save lanfls t hc.-ie, ret your aunts and i.icmii interested, ire other boys to help yoa eoPect the.
Thry can help shoot j.ame when gun arrives. V rite us ami wc will teU rem how to seil beaas to ail tha
ueiehhont and jjet them lo save the lalel for you. The srwrr wiU dehver all the bnns you sell for him
and be plad to oo it. S-nd one hundred labels and ?rM a dvad repeater air rirte; shoot 150 times with
out reioaain?, nuri . uim i ilu iic lorev auu 11rrt.iMi.it oir wurn rate ana wiin much less eiueitA-B
for ammunition. It is a ireouine pistol frrip and r beauty. Makes btxay cats akip the back fence, aiavx
tfae troublesame spanv w, and Uut yeUow doc r y, bow be dwiiomp!
VAN CAMP PACKING CO.,
Joseph Whiteaide was ia the twin-
citie last Friday.
Koiand V bileatde and bride are at
home on the William Whiteside farm.
William Whiteaide. Sr.. of Moline.
came to Joslin by train last Friday.
ur. iauey, 01 HUisaaie, now viai
Joslin two dava in the week
Wednesday and Saturday.
.inere are quite a number who are
seeking: farms to rent: in fact, sev
eral applications for each farm.
uharles Hass has rented the Vande-
bnrg; farm land for the coming year,
in addition to the farm he resides
Mrs. Upend ike, ol uillsdale, with
her eon and daughter, visited her
daughter, Mrs. Roland Whiteside,
Another carload 01 lam be r from
Dimock, Go old & Co., of Molice,
ariived at Joslin Toesdav last for
Whiteside & Donahoo. j
At Oliver EcksTom's rale every
thing seemed to bring satisfactory
prices and its full value. The pro.
ceeds realized between 600 and
Abont fourteen thousand pounds
of milk are now receive t weekly at
the Joslin creamery. The batter is
now all sold in Moline, bat the price
rules very low for a gilt edged ar
ticle. Mr. Swisher is the salesman.
A few days aero two sisters of char
ity came by train to Joslin, and were
driven to the residence of Henry
Nold. Thev staid one day. On in
quiry I was informed that they were
soliciting subscriptions lor the Kock
John Crawford nas hired out to
Hon. William Payae for the coming
year. J. U. Crompton takes the
management of the Widow George
Collis' farm, in Henry county. John
Joslin has succeeded in gettintr a
man and his wie from Moline to
work upon his farm.
The C, If. & seems to be cur
tailing and catting down expenses
by reducing the number of section
hands by abont one-half. That is
very unfortunate for the hand, es
pecially at this time of tie year. It
does not say much for the revival of
Bills are posted at Joslin stating
that there will be a grand ball at
Vogle's hall in Rapids City Friday,
Jan. 1. The Hampton string band
has been engaged for the occasion.
No drinking or drunkenness will be
allowed and good order is guaran
C. M. Hubbart left for Sae county.
Iowa, Tuesday last, and expects to
be gone eight or ten days. He owns
a half section of land out there.
which he has had rented to several
parties, and owing to the low price
or larm products, the rents are not
Calling upon Kingsley Matthews
Saturday last, I was shown the f ol
lowing specimens of moth-proofed
. 1 1. : j t : . 1 l .
isuuou uiucb, wuiuu were urobm
irom Texas. Javeline, or Mexican
hog, kiota wolf, Texas deer, fawn or
baby deer, leopard or Texas wild
cot, Texas coon and red fox, all of
which are in a good state of preser
vation, and in their way are interest.
MCLTCM IBT PABVO.
their' annual elec
tions last night. The sew officers J
the G. A. R. are:
Commander W. B. Bruner.
Senior Vice Commander Andrew
Junior Vice Commander S. B.
Surgeon W. O Bonghton.
Chaplain E. Wilcher.
Quartermaster W. J. Ransoa.
Officer of the Dsy F. M. Rogera.
Officer of the Guard Thomas
Trustee cf the Post (for three years)
C. B. Knox.
Trustee of Relief Fund (three year)
W. P. Qaayle.
Delegates to State Encampment
A. Bladel, William A. Norris; alter
nates, George Stocker, J. E Larkin.
Baford post. Woman's Relief
Corps 66. elected the following:
President Mrs. S. J. Horn.
Senior Vice President Mrs. M.
Junior Vice President Mrs. C. B
Chaplain Mrs. J. Cleveland.
Treasurer Mrs. F. C Hnmenway.
Conductor Mrs. Haymaker.
Guard Mrs. Bladel.
Delegate to State Encampment
Mrs. Carlton; alternate, Mrs. Hill.
Tri-City Bricklayers' union 7 has
elected the following officers for the
President David Hathaway, Rock
Vice President Ernst Woo ten.
Corresponding secretary Pat
Rooney, Kock Island.
l-inancial Secretary Adolph Ansa.
Deputy Jcha Garstang, - Daven
port; alusrnate, Beajamia north.
Directors brnst vtooten, Claus
Gottsch, J. 11. Garslaog, John PolU,
Davenport; William Flack, Hock Isl
Sometimes the most careful women
are tne most careless. Moy a
woman bundles herself up to keep
out sickness when she is neglecting
tne very worst sickness that can
come to a woman, one snows a
slight disorder to become worso, to
slowly sap her vitality. The little
pain &nd the other slight indications
of trouble seem to her unimportant
She goes on, with increasing soffer
ing, rntil life itself becomes a drag.
Kervouscess, "sinking spells," di
gestive disturbances, and 60 other
complications vay arise from the
derangement of the organs distinctly
feminine. Over thirty years ago the
need for a reliable remedy for
so-called female complaints" was
recognized by Dr. R. V. Pierce, then,
as now, chief consultirg physician
to the World's Dispensary and In
valids' hotel at Buffalo. N. Y. He
prepared Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, the most wondcrfally
effective remedy that has ever been
used for uch maladies.
Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps
and receive Dr. Pierce's 1.008 page
"Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
VICTIM OF THE C$1 MAN.
A Cis ' CUti
A yonng man named Uetwell
from Cordova, was victimised to the
extent of 912 oa ths coa files oe game
this moraing. He was am at the
Bnrllogtoa depot by a stranger, who
said he knew all his folks, etc
The stranger asked for a loaa of
12. He rot it; giving a cheek for
1574 as security aatil he eould get the
money at his hotel. Maxwell aad
the man came to the Harper house.
Maxwell was told to wait outside.
He waited. Bat his friend" never
came back. The check Is oa the
State bank at Msrshal!town, Iowa,
aad payable to John B. Crawford
and signed by Mania K. Grover
Work on the government dams
and walls at the People's Power
station, Moline. is experieacioc
considerable delay, owing to the
rapid and continuous rise of the water
in the Mississippi. The big rise
Sunday caused the series of coffer
dams on the north side of the big
wall, which has recently been
erected, to overflow, and the conse
quence is that the water has flooded
everything inside of Ihe two big ad.
jacent walls by rushing through the
open gates ia the walla. The dam
age so far doae is the flooding over
of the most of the small workshops
ana storenoaees. several carloads
of sand, which hd been deposited
inside the walls, is under water. No
damage was done whatever to the
two big walls. Snpt. Totten, who is
in charge of the construction of the
waiis, says ne knew the rise was
coming, but he was unable to check
the overflow. He hopes, however,
to resume the work in a few weeks
W later Toartet IUt.
Now in effect via the Chicago. Pe
oria ft St. Louis Railway, to southern
winter resorts. Cheap rates to Mo
bile, Ala.. New Orleans La., Jack
sonville, Fla., Hot Springs. Ark., and
other southern points. The direct
and short line tor the south. For in
formation call on yonr local agent or
address the undersigned.
W. J. McLeax.
C P. & T. A., C. P. & St. L. R. R.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich..
says: "I have ued Foley's Honey
X he Houston Daily Post of recent
date contains a long article from
Dallas explaining how applicants are
examined at the recruiting station
there which is in charge of Lieut.
James Edward Normoyle, Twenty
third infantry. United Slates army
formerly of this city:
'The people of this country know
very mue aooui tne army. The en
deavor now is to improve on the ma
terial, several years ago it required
very little qualification to enlist.
but now it ia different,' remarked
Lieut. Jormoyle. "First, all must
be American citizens, either by birth
or adoption. The examination is
very stringent and the slightest
fault will cause one to be rejected.
e have many applicants. Thev
apply every day, bnt the percentage
of applicants accepted is very small.'
"Uieut. Aormoyle is a very plessant
ganuewau. tie was born in alichl
gan, bnt was living in Illinois when
appointed to West Point. He yrad
uaieu iro n tneie in 18H3 and now
holds a commission of second lieu
tenant, but has recently been exam-
meu at rort heaven worth for ad
vaacencent. and passed. He is no
awaiting his new commission. He is
a man of soldierly bearing and is
courteous to every one."
u m.-w-ry n imami morn Is a
very curious mllrtinn of knives r.f the
sixteenth century, the blades of which
"8 ra one may ti,a njtiM al notes to
tiie besmiiction of the table, or grace
oeicire meat, and on the other side the
grace alter meat. The set of these knives
usually consisted of four. They were
kept in an upright care cf stamped
caiDcr ana were placed before the
vnger. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Ommm at Dice.
In the game of dice, as played by the
Greeks, names of their divinities were
givon to the various "throws," the nio-t
l-rtunate, that of the highest tromtwr.
City Council Room, Rock Island.
Dec. 14. The Council met pursuant
to adjournment at 8 p. m.. Mayor Knox
presiding and all the aldermen prcacnt
except Schreiner, Wheelan and Winter.
Alilermnn Nelron moved that the
sum of $400 be allowed to P. Auer, con
tractor on the Seventh avenue im
provement. Carried by unanimous
A Merman Foka moved that the Coun
cil go into committee of the whole on
the Ktorm drain report. Carried, and
tW Mayor called Alderman Xclnon to
At 10 o'clock the committee roue. Al
derman Nelnon reported profrreaa and
axKeil further time, which sin era tiled
Alderman Maucker moved that the
Street Sum rintemh-nt he anthoried to
complete a fill for a rhlewalk on FiftH-
nuit-a-half avenne between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth Mreeta. Carried.
idjotirr.ed on motion of Alderman
A. D. Iluening. City Clerk.
IVc. 12 Paulina Verpole to Mary
ue v riexe. 101 . mock 1, II o r's
first add.. Moline,
Mary Da Vriexe X Rnstef Ver-
mnelen. lot 7. block 1. Moore's first
add , Molioe. (450.
Ernst Buck to Dora Schmlelau.
rort lot IX, nale's add.. Rock Island,
James F. Iluatooa at at to Emma
S. Hodgson, part lots 2 and S. block
2, Woods' first add., Motiae. .f.0.
Ftp ma 8. Hodgson to Jamen F.
Haatooa, part lou ? and 8. block 2,
woods' nrst add.. Moline. f 1.600.
Peter Doose to Anna Beack. part
S e s mm m
w 1 ow 0. 14, je, jzo.
Charles H. Tope to A. P. Land
quiat Co.. lots IS and 16, block
17. towa of East Moline. 600.
Joha liutscy to Joha T. Campbell.
tract by metes aad bounds, 7, 17. Sw,
Dee. 14 Adam Aldiv by execu
trix to Katie Peterson, lots 14 aod
16. block 1. Aldsy's third add., Mo
Olof J. Swansoa to Gnstaf F. W.
Krueger. nl lots 1 and S. block 45.
Chicago or lower add.. Rock Island.
Adair Pleasants to William F
Pifer, nwj nw 1, 16, 4w, ft.
quarts of Beans for
6 quarts of Peas for
Barley, per poaad
Starch per poaad
Oil, per gallon
Maple Sugar, per pound
Bluing per bottle
New Tork Back wheat..
Corn per can
oos ton Baked Beans...
Prunes, per poaad
Assorted Kots, per lb..
Lemons, per dos
and Tar in three very revere cases of i " lenM' Aphroditc-St.
pneumonia the past month, with
good results." Sold by M. F. Bahn-sen.
Considerable cloadiness, bnt with
little or no change in temperature;
light, vsriable winds. Today's
F. J. Wilx. Observer.
mum wai uajr.,
. iiuiwiiw. nr
T Car. Cald M oaa Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druccisu refund tha money nd bowels.
if it fails to cure, ii cents. or grip; 10 cents.
Tba IYalaoawa' Uath.
Modern Medicine says that a patient
in tne sc lkmus hospital was mceut iy
kept immersed in a bathtub for six
weeks for tho cure of a Litrc sloughing
ausceaa, a current or water being con
stantly passed through the tub. The
writer has, within the lt 20 years.
treated many cases of niurrene. crush
ed limbs, sloughing sores, etc., by this
method and has found better rnmlrs
than by any other, lit success is doe to
the awpKis srcure.1 by the couHtant im
mersion. The presence of a lanro nuun
city of water in not favorablo to the dn
vclopmcut of pus fonuiLg germs, eo that
snnpuration is lessened and at the sane
time the poisons resulting tram the ac
tion 01 the disease germs are washed
away. These poisons, when left in cm
tact with the tissues, paralyse the liv
ing cells and destroy thorn, thus bin
dVring the reparative efforts, but by lite
constant cieantinir effected lir the con
tact of water kept pure by frequent re
newal the tissues are protected from the
toxic influence of these poiaona, and
ocaitnrul repair is thns promou-d.
vtnue in vienuafime is years ago
the writtfr found patients living in tabs
01 water who bad been iuimerwd for
periods varying; from sis months to a
year or more. The opIIs of the Ixn'.j are
accustomed to contact w it h nxiiat are. In
this respect they may even be ccmparcd
to aquatic animals. The blond cells are
earned by a current of watery fluid.
and the tissue telle are all cceiKtantly
wined in this Quid, ao toat tho eoutart
ol water with the living time ia
condition cioJy analoRoas to that
which la naturally maintained within
the body. .New York Ledger.
Tfce rtwn a CWaiaf.
A eHiaate aot aausaartty aatweMay area
srarrt so lo taow aasctaMnawd to H. Tat sc
eltatwia atoccai ra-aa a.ally "
(vaat!ttoas. TWn to. aawtr. a 1
airaa ol accllwatlns H el wklck rwldrau or aa
ioaracn la mm wat a m.lartesa cttssam
saa aot tca lw la arall laalvia tt-m
auT't atvancb b4tar m s awStdaal r'tam4
a4 accltsakac loslc of ttaaar St-aauuoa
hkb oa f. caUcaata, saarWts,
mut aUcia wmm . aa aurralla aatall
I potan, rehJctioa curi of Win, aa
j las or abwastavawa Stat er ur, aa taa
fS-Vna attratsat apoi yg liarasy by laad ar
' It will surprise most people to know
that there is an English law to (nniah
servants who invite their friends Into
their masters' houses. It seems tho in
traders can be chared with bete '"rcj . eoacar ia araaoaie rrtutla. agrmah
pected persons," and the servant who " arayfar Siaa-San aftaa nc
admits them with .iriinir ar.A ahottiaa- kowi..rty prarakat la waaitoas
tk.m rv. . t.Hce. ac the tropics. a araatame af few
CascareU stimulaU liver, kidneys
Never sicken, weaken
aieatrae.rhaoait'lta aal kkTay mWo. aa4
a. a ravtoUn at l(r. a u a as acid la
Subscribe for Tu A asm.
Live Like a King
It's easy enough when you know where to buy your
grocerid &t the rijht prices. There's a tiht wiy
and a wrong way. Buying at Curnyn't b the right
way and that's what tares you thoae hard earned
dollars. If you hare nerer tried of course you don't
know. An up-to-date store with dowc-to-d ite pi Ices
, Look at the list:
Star Che wins; Tobacco
Durham, 1 poaad of Tobacco..
Good floor, per sack
Chow Chow, per bottle
Small pickles per bottle
Mustard, per glass
Chocolate per rake
Salmon, per pound
Catsup, per buttle
Uood Tobacco per poaad
foda. per package
Matches, per pecksg
5-pound pail Lard
Macaroni, per pound
Vermicelli. S tweed for
All peck are Coffee
S quarts Cranberries
Home Made Mioce N at. lbs.
Yours For Fair Dealiag,.
CURNYN'S CASH GROCERY.
(00 Twelfth Street.
It's a Feather
In His Hat
He knlw whte the Latest Style
Fall Hats were to be found ihe
kind that looks the brsz, wears the
longest a&d exists the least. You
will find that all of our hats ere
made of the finest material, and
It pays to buy high quality head
THE POPULAR SUBJECT
WE HATE BOTH
Free Silver -Gold
Our silver fJUr p-s at 50c are
worth more than a. ArAiir will
be with froccoinage. Our 32k gold crowns at $5, and our
goia wiings at 91 up are almost
Owing to the high quality of
material we use In our plates
we could not afford to make
them fur $6. The price Is cow
DrltLre work, the most scien
tific and modern way ol replacing teeth.
at one-hall price. $s
We extract teeth positlrrly plnls w!th n Application
to the gums na gas, ether, chlorofoim consequently no
For a short time we will present our patror a tube of
tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed .vbsoluteiy pure.
All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see us.
Consultation and examination free.
We do this work
Nc7 York Dental Parlors,
DRa Xa&UCIl PfMp?l0t0?
f IS East Third street, - Darenport, I
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