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Macron! Cold Core enre ro'U In tte had.
eexi aa tin Insea. n'.d col.U. mw Colin, an ob
ailaala tods an" b'I forms bf grip. Slop rmi
U)g,dlcbaro. frrn the ansa mI eyre, a-areata
eat nth. ripbtberti. pneBonlaant all :broataad
lwaglrjarjlre. This pUaeenl Utile paflet are
beoluuijp barn're.. tar aved f - in 1 1
lives sad prevented Bacu ticks Pile, tbj.
Iaprered Homoeopathic Boa Ranedy Con
ptr.T pnt pa-w car for mil dttea. At
11 lru.ita, mouly, ci-t. Guide to Health
P. rocl letUni to prof Manron. 1S0S Arrh
street, rbl fclelpht. P., sniwsrt with free
wim ntn ivr raj 1 ir in.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency mods to
be Uw wajr It "does np a whit
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticle which require more skill an 1
care. We invite yon to compare a
slilrt or any other article lanndrled
ben with those done elsewhere and
plane your patrooe accordlnfly.
We do not fear the teat
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Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
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The poppitiff of a a
ran I rum a imucoi
Hire, i n siirnnl of
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good Uc illhniul plea
sure, a sound the
old folk like to hear
tiie children can't
resist it. I., ft ,
I com posed of the
rry tiiarnllent lh
ynU'tii rrtpilraa. Aiding
thi U U'at Inn, aoiil hlng
the nerve. purlfMnn
I h Mxl. A temner-am-r
drltik fur toui pir
GET THK BUST
All Wjrk Oaarafitead.
10 TKIBD AVKNUB
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
OFF WITH THE OLD.
i 1 a
County Board to Remove Aban
BIDS OS TO BE ASKED FOB.
Tn Claartas ta Bast Front aX tha Oaart
Inn Sqoara ABlas.d Bcaston Ore
aniuu-ao raUtloal Maettaga la
tha Haw Stiaetaa.
The board of atiDarvlaora at fta
meeting yesterday afternoon adopted
the proper course in the acceptance
ni ue iouowing resolution presented
br Snnerwianr Rinrk-
Wtereas the count building, sit
uated oa the southeast corber of
conrt house iquare, bat served Its
purpose and usefulness, and in its
present condition is unsightly and
obstructive to the general view of
onr oanasome new temple of justice,
and that the remoTal thereof will
greatly enhance the Tlew and ap
pearance of the new conrt house and
surrounaings, laereiore. oe it
Raeolved. That tha mattar h
disposition of said building be re-
irreu 10 me proper committee with
instructions to receive, bid a for tH
disposition of the same, to tha best
advantage 01 bock laiana county,
said committee to be empowered
with authority to act.
The matter was placed in the
bands of the committee on nnhtfa
supervisor uuavie nrMantorf .
resolution which was also adopted
aiter discussion, ana which was
for the guidance of the sheriff ia the
matter of tha nse of the nar hniM.
ing, the senso of the action being
uai me new structure Da not need
for political gatherings of any kind.
With the number of halla in ni
Island now, it is not necessary to
auujech ui court nonse 10 the wear
and tear of such occasions.
Mai. J. M. Bcardalftv anhmittari a
proposition as to the disposition of
uiv cannons in tne court nonse
Square loaning subiect to renall tarn
ot them to Graham Post, Moline, to
place in its lot in Riverside ceme
tery, and one of them to be placed at
each of the four corners ot tha conrt
bouse square, to be in charcra of Rn.
ford Post, g. A. R.. of Bock Island.
The proposition was concurred in by
the board and Uaj. Beafdsley was
extended a vote of thanks.
The clerk laid before the board the
returns of an election held in the
tOWnshiDS of afoline and finnth Ma.
line for the disconnection nf nartain
territory from South Moline and the
annexation of same to Moline. The
matter was referred to the commit
tee on town acoonnts.
Sunervlaor Ouavle hrnnirht nn tha
matter of the laying of permanent
walks to the conrt honaa nntranona
The committee on publio expendi
tures was instructed to advertise for
Supervisor Kinner said tha kltnhan
at the iail ia In a riilanwUtorl
condition and be advised that some
thing be done In the premises.
ralina ovar tha Maanment.
The board had an animated aeaainn
this morning over the removal of
the county soldiers' monument. The
publio expenditures committna tn
which the matter was referred yes
terday, brought in two reports, the
majority signed by Supervisors
tirippand Lees favoring the order
of the board at the last session for
removal to the northeast corner of
the square, and the minority report
of Supervisor Rinck being for keep
ing the shaft where it now is. There
was a squaooie over tne reports, bat
finally Supervisor Britton moved
that both be received and placed on
tile. Then Supervisor Quay la asked
what was to be done with the monu
ment, to Which Chairman Haraw
replied that the board would be
guided by the majority report. The
mauer may come np aatn this
A woman never really knows the
meaning ot happiness and content
nntit aha la tha mMl.. . l
happy child. The health of the child
depends on the health of the mother,
ootn oeiore ana after birth. Most
all of woman's weaknaaa. anil nar.
ticularly the weakness that most
strongly influences the health of chil
dren. COmeB from laranrani vf
disease of the distinctly feminine or-
(" r. rmrce s ravonte Pre
scription will cure troubles of this
natnra. It should be taken ran.
larly by every woman daring tha en
tire penoa 01 gestation. It gives
strength to all the organs involved,
lessens the pains of childbirth, and
insures the health ot both mother
Send SI one-cent atamna to m.
cost ot mailing only, and receive free
a copy 01 ix. rierce a Medical Ad-
1 a J Mt a a a ar-a.a
viser. Aqarcae, n oria a llif pensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Warkiac Waaaaal aaaae iar Us His.
SI South Peoria street. Chicaro.
111.. Jan. 11. 1896.
Oar Working Woman's Home asso
ciation nsed Foley's Uoney and Tar
six years ago, ana are using it to
day. It baa always been a favorite,
for while its taata ia aot at all un
pleasant ita effects are very bene
ficial. It baa never yet disappointed
ns. Wishing yoa all possible saecess,
sincerely yours. Laura G. Fixen,
business manager. Bold byM. V.
The taxes for 1896 are bow doe
nd payable at tha law office) of
O. E. Cramer, 1713 Second avenue.
Bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay ia searching for de
scriptions. Haa-BT Kbomkb.
8UCCOR FOR 8TARVINQ.
Meat Bawda meat's Maattaa; at tka First
M. K. Charek.
Ia their appeal oa behalf of Sun
day night's meeting at the First M.
E. church to consider means of suc
cor for the 80.000.000 starving peo
ple of India, Revs. C. E. Taylor and
C. O. McCulloch the committee of
tha Ministerial asaseiation, refer to
the fact that amid the plentv of our
own land it is bard to realize that
now in India there is transpiring one
of the meet appalling famines in all
history, owing to the failure of erops
the past two years. Ot the 80,000,
000 people destitute it is feared that
8.000,000 to 10.000,000 will perish
before the frightful ravages of star
vation can be stayed. A mass meet
ing for the India relief work will be
held ia the Flis: Methodist church
Sunday evenine at 7:80 o'clock. Dr.
T. Da Witt Talmage, the famous
preacher, will be the speaker. As
here is no available building la the
city large enough to accommodate
all who would desire to attend, 'the
admission will be by ticket. The
committee having the details of tha
meeting in charge is as follows:
For the First Baptist church, W. J.
Kahlke; Broadway Presbyterian, Dr.
J. W. Stewart; Central Presbyterian,
W. H. Gest; United Presbyterian. E.
B. McRown; Christian, A. M. Parker;
First Methodist. C. L. Walker, and
the city at large. Charles McHagh,
of the Harper house. Dr. Stewart is
the chairman and E. B. McKown the
secretary. The tickets will be equit
ably distributed to the various mem
bers of the committee, who will dis
tribute them to the people they rep
resent. Any persons not specifically
included in 'the above classification
will call on Mr. McHugh for tickets.
The committee says:
"Many people throughout the
land are contributing corn and pro
visions because the rail way a have
agreed to transport, free of charge,
all such contributions, and tha gov
ernments of our country and of
England have put at the disposal ot
the . relief movement a sufficient
number of vessels to carry the sup
plies from tha seaboard to India.
We trust that all who may see this
appeal will be moved to signify to
Some member ot tha committee the
amount they are willing to give to
stay tha hunger and death of those
whose emaciated hands are now im
ploringly stretched across the sea
for assistance out ot our abundance.
If you cannot attend the mass meet
ing please let some of the committee
know right away how much you will
do to answer this awful ory of dis
tress. Timely giving will greatly
stimulate others in the good work.
What large-souled cltisen will set
the pace for the givera ot tha city?
Money can easily be cabled to the
land ot destitution and thereby fur
nish instantaneous relief. And corn
is one of the very best forms - gener
osity can take on in this matter.
Train loads have been sent already.
anu omer train ioaas anouia soon be
moving toward the western sea
board. We call upon the farmers of the
surrounding country to organise in
their respective neighborhoods.
Scarcely any farming community ex
ists around us that could not aend
at least one car of corn if some one
whose heart is in it would undertake
the work of making the call for con
tributions. Any information aa to
the shipping of supplies may be had
by addressing Rev. R. G. Hobbs,
Jacksonville, III., or the Christian
Herald, New Tork."
LIKE LIGHTNING FROM A
Bright's disease makes ita appear,
ance. It has fewer premonitory
symptoms than any other known dis
ease. A little dissinass, a little
headache, a dryness of the skin, fail
ing eyeaignt, pains in tne loin, mud
dy urine, a little nausea, and while
we think we are crowinv hilir.n."
or dyspeptic," or "run down," the
iaiai disease ia upon us.
Forewarned is forearmed.
Ran no risks. Take no chances.
In kidnev diseases, delava ara
DR. HOBBS1 SPARAGCS KIDNEY
are a sine qua nou for perfect kidney
health. W hile using them, Bright's
disease or any other urinary trouble
is simply an impossibility. Besides
they filter rheumatio and malarial
poisons out ot the blood.
Kalfcmdl at HI aaaaatl aad Laaibaca
Rock Island. 111.. Nov. S4. 1896.
I have been a sufferer of rheuma
tism and lumbago periodically for a
number of years past. I secured
some of Hobbs S parage a Kidney Pills
at Thomas' drug store, and caa say
for them that they gave me relief,
and recommend them to othera, and
believe they will do all that is claimed
by Dr. Hobbs. A. H. Hampton, 1416
Br. HoMa PHI, Foe Sal in ROTK ISLAKD by
T. H. THOMAS. DragKiat. oar. Sd ara. a 17ia aa,
Fruit, ahade and ornamental trees
clematis evergreens, shrubs of all
kinds. Give us a call. Nichols &
Lortiu, Davenport. Iowa. Retail
yards, comer Fourth and Perry
streets, opposite new postoffice..
RaphieL the treat occult acientiat.
naJmiat anil A!.iAM.i
thing concerning business, love, law
bium or private matters, removaa
troubles, bad luck. 1901 Second
avenue. Entrance on Nineteenth
: Tara Aboob daita-a
lag. at your door at 10a a week.
GLORY OF GOSPEL,
Continued from Fifth Face,
thraa timaa dnrlno that lima, twino
aow home oa a furlough. Dr. Cor
ttett is a tali, maa and an elo
quent talker. He said that with
bis wife and six other missieaaxies aa
started tor China ia 186S. They were
oa toe sea six montas. ex penancing
much hardship during" tha trip.
The-, people hated missionaries
When he first arrived ia China,
oe saa . traveled monta alter
m'onah inn tha . n ati vpa with.
out finding one who had a bit ot sym-
patny ior mm or ma mission, it
looked like aa imposeibillty to chris
tianize tha naorJa of that ennatrw.
but he felt that the prayers ot the
eunareas oi tnootanaa la the chris
tian conntrian dailv - ntfmrmA an fnr
the barbarians would eventual!, be
answered. Twenty-Ova years ago
mt. uoroett too a uninese iaa into
their school, and in IS vaara ha
D aTV 1 aa. a . a a a
graduated from college with high
aonora, ana ae is now a prolesaor in
one of the schools. Rev. Corbett
read a lettar nf o-raatlno- tn tha Rnt
of Missions of the Northwest from
this once ignorant lad. It was in
his native chirograpby and was
translated bv tha aneakar. Tha lat
ter was signed by more than a thou-
a . . n n . .
auu oninesa. xtev. iwroett said
that a few yeara ago one of his par.
lanonera. wno reiusea to profess ldola
try, was arrested and beaten, drajr
ged through the public streets
and afterward placed in stock a.
only being released after surrender
ing all his property. This treatment
did not cool the man's love of
Christianity, but intensified it, and he
uu uu.ijr continued to worsnip at tne
shrine of God. but went anions' hia
countrvmen. dointr what ha mnid
for the cause of Christianity. There
are auo cnurcnes in China, said
Rev. Corbett, many of them self-supporting.
There are about 200 mis
sionaries scattered through the
country. Anere are s.uuu children
in the christian schools. Since the
war with Japan there .has been a
great ooaoge ior tne Better la the
feeling of the natives toward
the christian people. Men of in.
flaeuce and Dublin official a srhn
formerly scoffed at them, now visiM
m BiiBBiunariBa, converse witn mem,
man V anennracrino- tha anraaittno -t
J .vw.llig VI
God's word, which they have found
is tne oasis oi an success. The
Chinese are a most economical peo
ple; they are good business men, pro
gressive, and only lack the accept
ance of the gospel. Rev. Corbett said,
that if you. ask 'a Chinaman why
ha does not ' edueate hia wife and
daughters, he will ask you why,
and it they really could learn have
they brains and if they did learn
what use would they be. The speak
er said if the -civilised only could
realize the true situation In the
Orient; it they cdifM bear the weilt
of the persecuted; witness the treat
ment ox tne young ana neipiess, they
would not turn a deaf ear to tha an.
licitations of those who are giving
.. A.wwsu v ibv aaviuft; tit inpse
downtrodden, ignorant people. Rev.
Corbett said he did not ask sympathy
for himself, but for . the heathens
among whom he was laboring and to
wuuse snores ne inienaea soon to re
turn to pass bis remaining daya in
promulgating the words of God.
Dr. N. D. Uillic. the distin
guished Chicago" divine, r spoke
on the missionary work Bt
home. Christianity" at home has
given us a new world. He dwelt at
Some lecirth on tha terror which
faced the missionaries who first in
vaaea the uncivilized conntriea.
But a Change has ainna nrnnrrail.
The barriers have been lowered. All
cf these countries now welcome the
christian. Many of them are send,
in? their voutha hern tn atnriv A mar.
ican inventions and customs; to
study law. engineering, electricity,
etc Dr. HiHis is a brilliant orator
and his address rjrnvad a traat. Tn
conclusion he gave a few words of
Bunco io tne young people to broad
en their lines of atndw and work.
and to improve the opportunities
," m anowieage oi this versa
While the Orcaniat nlavad a anln
the offering was taken up, after
ww congregation joined
singing -Praise God From Whom
All Blessings Flow. s. Tra W.
Allen. Jr.. of the Central church,
pronounced the benediction.
The list Of delacrataa In attanrianna
Dccatur-lCra. U. W. Bchultx, Ills C. at.
Mlnonk Leta B. Stoddard.
Malcolm, , Iowa-Maggie J. Watson.
Davcnnort Iff pa T it i. . . u
, rSr,i J- H- McA!Br. Ella Jamtaoa.
Falrfleld. Iowa-Mra. O. p. Loomla.
JackaoBTllle. I1L Mr. A. B. Moray.
Fraeport-Mr. c. 8. HilL
Dulutli, Mmn-llra. Geo. M. Smith.
I SarvP lBlaBBl re V a aa ra fan
- . m. k wnrr.
w 1 H- Trowbridge. Mn.
ffr..B"T."' Mr- H. M. lUUton, Mr. 8.
GrTHota" Hanaount, Mn. C
UtHMliM M . . .
r" Ilowiy Deacon, Mr. V.
Mt. Verpoa. Iowa-Mra. A. K. Knox.
Burlington, Iowa-Mra. O. V. Thomaa.
1 1 op In too. Iowa-Mra. Mary R- Doollttle.
BloomiaiytoB Mrs. M. D. Marqula.
IHrrm III Wm n m j w e-.
rah J. Brown, Mrs. M. j. w. Matthew.
Omaha Mrs. R. E. McKachroa.
8U11B. 1U.-Mlsa Parmc-lia Anthony.
Vinton. Iowa lira. J. H. Towns. MJa Jea
ay Avery. Mr. J. C Ktnc
Dca Molnaa Mra. 7v w f K
Oaaeaea Jaaa 8. Guthrie, Mrs. aUeaaor &
InBniWtance. Iowa-Mra. D. W. Tab.
Monmoaia. IH..Um n nr wwviImiA
Mra. Wa. Penroaa
""o". Iowa Mia Anna Calderwood.
Keokuk Iowa Mra. L. H. Ajar.
Iowa Ctty Mra. F. 8. McRea.
Edainston, Ul. Mra. W. 6. Park.
Oalena Mr. DavM Clark,
atraator Mra. Violet C kalian a.
t-aalli 111 U. . .. ' u
rtot U Farruvtoa,
Oafcalooaa. Ia Mra. J. K Kaleoba.
Xak roraat, IlL-Mlaa Mahal Mart.
Fort Warn. lad. Mr. J. a KaDar.
C"j.IU--Mra. A. B. aUtttaaT
Elmwobd. IU. Mra. A. G. Gaoraa.
UbcoIb. Il;.-Mra. ataV r. Vawaga.
Gakwbara-Mra. L rTncit-7
Watarlaa. Ia af. a. B"aC .
. Eraaatna. ill i w"
9aavtll. Wla Mr. w. IT mTV
Mary Laurancr. -
uurunsvw ara. J. T. Rbodaa.
Albart Laa. M Inn. M r. ip-i
Vr. 1. G. Gaoatey.
Fiaak B. Baaai.
atanon. ia. Mra. ml j. Jeckaon.
-Caa Uotoea. Ia. Blirabcth Reaa. , .
VpallanU, MrT. Mr. N. DTrirtraa.
Fcoth -GroT, Ia. Mia Minnie R otl wa
Alien R. Bolton.
Sbjonrney. Ia. Mra. r. It. Howard.
wuiiran ia. an. bnar a. BM
Mendota M.a. 8. A. VL'oadbridaa.
.1.-1 Til S.1 c l . .
nmnw. - i .'oaa.
Mllwauka. Wla. Mm. ridaay It. Ca'a
Mrs. 8. 1. CuUlaa
Winnebago. I1L Mm. N. P. Panoaa.
Chicago atrr. C H. Ann, Mia Marr C
WooanoD Mta. I. K. PrHehard.
- Alexia Or. Emma H. BtJBley, Mrs. at. B.
Aleoo Mrs. U M. Uremora.
Woodbnli Mra. K. U. Perrkv
Joltot Mrs. P. W. Sebriwdar.
Ella. I1L Mrs. A. D. Wood, Mr. A. L.
Detroit, Mich. Mr. C O. BrownalL
Wilton. Ia. Mrs. Lacy MeAuay.
Parte Mra. O. W. Patton.
Red Oak Grove, Ia. Mra. D. A. Pratt, Mr.
Prlacefleld. IU. Mr. B. T. Henry, an,
Peoria Mra. Frank Mnrdaa.
Dun lap. 111. Mr, p. C. Townaend.
Elmlra Mrs,' J. C. McLeman.
Wtnnebaao. I1L Mrs. Dora Blllara.
Montana Mrs. B. W. Pay, Mra. Cbas.
Bnsan A. Doty, Seool, Korea.
Bva H. Field. M. D.. DesMolne.
Eleanor Edward, Peoria,
Mary McDermlnd, Ripon, Wis.
Addle Halle. Omaha. Neb.
Mra. 3. it. Leonard, Hamanwa, Japan,
Mlsa Kate Shaw. Kamacawa. Janaa.
Mis Edna I. Bisaeil, MlBnaapona.
Mia Loulae Bab. Bataaga, West Africa.
M , Hugh Taylor, Lakawn, Laoa.
Mary E. Bradford. M. D. Talvla, Parsla.
Mary Brown, M. D., Ann Arbor.
-Mlsa Besste Gates Rooa, Chicaatt.
Mrs. W. P. Dunn, Chicago.
Mr. B. D. Fisher, Princeton.
Mra. j. A. Swan, Morn,ng San, Iowa.
DUBUQUE 18 A DANDY.
Maw Paani a Jm
The new Diamond Jn ilumw
DubUQUe. the erstwhile Pittahnro-h
came over the rapida early this
morning, ana alter maxing the cus
tomary Stops at Rook Inland and
Davenport proceeded south. The ro-
moaeiea stem wheel packet gives
tnai appearance mat tha etvaot nf tha
o. Hum oyoione to ner was a bless-
inir in aisiruise. She la a trim, aniid
lookiner boat, that aaama arnnil Iap all
kinds of business, all kinda nf wth
ana all kinds of water.
HE ASK8 FOR A DIVORCE.
Deu ttordew. Bay at Wife XUraaa ta Uva
With Hlaa. '
' Dell Gordon, formerlv of Coal Val
ley, but now of Moline, has started
auis ior a oivorce in tne circuit eourt
through hia attomaV. O. E. Cramer.
He says hia wllj gave him the shake
o .. I . B - .
m v-uupin oi years ago, ana BBS aieos
refused to live with hia.
Mrs. Gordon ia livins? in Rook 11-
au. insEQupis were marriea in
June. 1893. Bat Gordon says that
ere two years of matrimonial bliss
had paaaad she bad flown. Mra. Gor-
-i , " ...
uon is cnargea with desertion.
- . .
43org BUztea'a raaaral.
The faneral Of Ganrara If ixtar waa
held from hia home on Twaats.tai.il
avtoek mi atternoon at i:au, Bev. W.
S- Marquis officiating. The cert.
Cionies were in charge of Phil Mitch
11. The Dall bear era ware; J. M
Buford. Dr. J. W. Stewart. C.mwyt T '
J. Robinson, A. C. Dart, Col. Heory
Curtis and A. M. Blakesley.
8 Bart in HI
Louis H. Rieck. lata Aitw tnuaia.
of Davannort. haa haan tnnnrl
ao.uuu in nis accounu. and he eon.
feisea to tha una and aawa ha :mA
f" VVWH WUVS S
the money in his buslaess and failed
. 11 w. 1 .
iu rauiac. ne nas given a mortgage
u piviwi mi oonasmen.
Davenport havlna? tha Rnrna-Ua
Lead match cinched, now says that
swck Asiana can nave it. at least that
is what may be interpreted from the
Democrat's latest. Davannort alwawa
was magnanimous and generous af.
ior sue got ner own nu.
Tratta tn a Matanall.
Imnnra blond la tha natural aa.-la
of close confinement in house, school
room or ahon.
Biooa ts parined by Hood's Baree-
paniiB, ana ail tne aisagreeabie re
sults of impure blood disappear with
the use of this mad ici na
if you wish to feel well, keep Your
V.1 i ... n It r.
uiuuu pure wiui uuuu oarsapariiia.
Hood's Pills ara tha hmmt famllw
cathartic and liver medicine. Gen
tle, reliable, sure. .
t Tahaa San aat aaaifca Vas
If VOB Want to anit tnhaam nalno
easily aad forever, be made well,
StrOOP. mapnetio. full nf ma Ufa aan
vigor, take No-To-Bao, the wonder.
wm aw ana msasi weax men strong.
ManV rain tan tramila la ha Ammm
Over 400,000 eured. Buy No-To-Bac
uuu uur own druggist, who will
guarantee a euro. BookbHa and sn.
plea mailed free. Addrea Bterliag
Remedy company, Chieago or New
AtSaatlaa. r. w. p.
Shiloh eomaiandarvr 9- thara win
bj b special meeting of the eommaad
Friday evening. April SS. Baaiaeea
oi tsaponanoe. bj oraer oi
Xv. Jt. WILCOX,
Ta Can a Oaad aa aa Oaf.
Take laxaUva Broaao QuiaiBe Tab-
lete. All druggists refund the
oB-jy if it fails to am. li eeats.
Wtm - t -
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and qualities we have.
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108, 105 aad 107 East
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Store During April,
2002 3TO U lA'J.'JdL -A."V"3CTTTTHJa
We pride ourrelves on the fixed colors of our hats.
They are firm and rigid. This Is only one of their
good points. Come In and learn the others.
YOUR ATTENTION ...
Is respectfully Invited to the GRAND EASTER
Fraaea Pattern Hate aad
Some surpriaes. Watch for
iom M. PABIDOV.
Paintoro and SJccorators
Save Money g
from the numberless) ttylea
Come In and see them
Second Street. DAVENPORT. i
We 9 II Do It tor You
We'll change roar walls Into a TlHonisas
ot beauty. We'll strew them with dainty
flowers in delicate tints, or we decorate
them In unique deslcns, piala and stums. "
or ao iDirieate that it will take you a day
to find tbe end of a curve. We can please
yon In color and design. We can ulnae
I on m price. It will please s U yaw
eoaie here. . If you come here, we wlU
Schmeil, Hubb & Anton
Are the most provoking
thlnflr on earth. When a
man buys a hat, he pays
a fair price for ft, and
naturally expects It to
last a season. What an
awful lot of electricity
there must be in his words
and thoughts when it be
gins to pine away and
fade into a dusrw tM-ne-n
-DYCaTJGO CL CO.'O
Boaaeta. Mllliaerj Noveltiwa.
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