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TOP ABStJir FKIPAT, HOVEMBCH 26 1897;
Feei t4 Daty Mi My M M
l-eat.a. (Baeattd at Saai
J. H. POTTIB
M MM set eaaft. W.ki
r raOaiee,aa aaae
IM MMMM. MO
keertaeadevav IctMaef tlfaaaafaa.
raraar, SoTBBBta l, lt7.
Tcaasr sarrsadered grsotfolly la
Mann Haava las b itmt car tg
bib heads la tddltioa to his otbai
Tbi football hini practicallt
dad yesterday. Tbla la aot tbt
least of tbo tblara to bo tbaaktal
Irlaitill tb lapraoiloa tbatMr.
Foraker baa a few salves ap bit
aiaa laai Bam paid aty aaaar
lb DtSf ley law. reorta Herald.
TBI Peoria Journal say Mllwaa
kee baa become aboat as faaioas tor
It wedding aa for Its beer. There
la a ae of ml-le U bitter with
tfc iwset. to be sore.
Wirrsa Kaasa la e Terra a this
year wttb eoyetea. It waa taoscht
thai they bad beea almost esterml-
aaud by tbo warfare made by the
settlers of tb aew aoaatry, bat re
ports from that sectloa ladlcat that
they are maltiplylar laitead of
dimiaUhiaa;. Taey bar hlUed
tboasaada of sheep, aad area go
Into tb femurs bea honsea aad
in iatr thicssas. Dogs ere bo
preuctioa afaiast their invasion
fur oao eojote. If aoraen d, will whip
tsree eraiaary aofa.
V. T. Iorta. Ike At. Jark
waather propbot. baa aaeceeded ia
nwrtiui( tee weaiacr oareaa om
elate la his bag rang weather fort
easts, aad eommtncisg aeit moa'.h
aad rttsndiag taroagu 189S tk-y
wui e is o ais system of plaaaury
m-lenr-'Ity-y a tet. Mr. loetr wMI
furnish Pmf. 11 we his montHlv
charte ia advance. Chicago havlee;
hea seleetAd a the point from which
'.he forecast will be mad. Th re.
salt of tb test will be watched with
a food deal of interest.
Cn.airs A Lute, brother of the
secretary of war. has beea appuiatcd
postmaster of Hannibal, hto . Post
master General Uarey having yielded
to th Mlohlfsu man's Importaalties
a neaaii oi fci brother. Macb la
dUtaatloa la felt among aativa htli
bobti rspuoucaas. ana many pre
.ais pave oeea niea ga ust lk ap-
potato, u ekarra being freely
made that ha la laeompeteat. This
seema to b aa Bdmialstratioa of
family remembraaece. of brotherly
love, so to speak aa for aaothor
lasteae. witaeea hfoliaa.
Rsv. Dr. Joaisroa th presldeat'
paator at vTeehlagtoa, foUowod the
example of tb maa of tbo oloth
whoa fatal alllUratloa created the
sensatioa la th Blalaa campaign and
oatrlbated la ao marked a decro to
th ralaaUoa of th Mala statee-
maa'a poliUeal asplratioaa. Ia his
Thaaksgivlag sermoa. ia the prsa
tic of th sblst magistraU at Wash
lagtoa yeotorday. tko Waahiagto
eiorgymaa ao far aegloeted th pro
artosie of th day, aad th oeea-
atoa dlstiagalshad by the presldeat
ae en oi ia eoagTSfatioa. aa to
mak aa oatrageoas eoaparlsoa of
Miss Mcggic Hannah
B rrMiimtly ivRvwd ktrL-a
S-i!y mml the alU-Mio r
mI fK-nt tnl-ery. Viva Marti Itaa
k. Bit rfcMtavrt IMVllK lit. mm ta
Jaa M: "I reaaot aVl m my tMilamy or
bm fMf eacey. tkal I a a aad etroac
T yara aea I k4 earh a aala la ray ha4
the t mrhnt. ' Frtly xrtim
wotllar M mt Mt Mt
ta aad ear ykrakiaa
tOr4 aaotWr la era).
taJtatloa. Ttrj a
(Ufaat I Bad w aaia
Uoa aad rrari die. I
raw aw and taltar rr.
mm Bi Mwitiw rta aad tke Mfoa
afffciaHaiawttk 'rMabrhwml tkrp la
Mf I ka iat ir. HUm B-tor
attva !ria mttM r j r.f.
Or. M.kv KaawittM aM anU by an Crar-r-
aaJ r a -JUm raa-aaw. In kotUa
kravStauf atoatr rafaa-. BunkaaBaan
ami Wf Ml rra M all aaallraaka.
DB BU1XS KXDICAi. CO. Ckkan. lad.
social evils, on that will bring to
the door of the preacher m unenvis-
Die Bowritir in place 01 tnc ntzn
distlaot!oa be hM hitherto eobted.
Boca Islabd gross aralnr la No
raaiber, like those of tba C, B. ft Q.,
xoad any iaereaaa ia any month tbia
yaar. Not rotaraa monthly to Ojs 1
bow that praeucauy au of tba
gross Increase waa aet income. It la
baowa tbat Octobar waa th beat
moatb ia tbo history of the road.
For ait moatba of tbo - fiscal rear to
Dot. 1 tbo road earned oa the atoek
over 1 par cent mora tbaa tbo aame
urn uat year. Thl inn- tw i ,
arrant year, without lonbit in-
reases, 6 per cent oa th stock.
Assistant Postmasteu Gikbbal
bf ibbitt baa leaned aa order otating
tbat It la aot permissible to write
upon third or fourth class matter, or
oa ita wrapper, or to print or writ
apoa second class matter or ita wrap.
par Directions relative to deliver?-.
Consequently directions to delivery
13 torn indcnail address as to
drag store," or "physician," it tbo
matter be aadeliverable to the ad.
dreesed, mast in all oaaes bo dure
farded by postmasters. Postmasters
eve been laslrncted that after
March 1. 1898, matter ao addressed
will be bald unmeileble.
Byao'.ds. Nor. J4 Brnner ft
tlckert shipped fonr carloads of
bora to Chicago last week.
4. u. uotad kas ktni bia winttr
term of school la tb Dexter district
. T. HeEatir has bons-ht tb
wuuam hlsffit lot and residoae on
the acrth side.
Joseph Gilmoro went over to Dav
eaport to make a short visit with
reletlvee at tbat plao.
nev. u. m utrcn and wife vis ted
their doarbter. Mrs. Mvrtle McKel.
vey. of Mtllersbnrg. last week.
uicar voyiee returned to bia home
at Mario. Iowa, after a few data
i.i . i 1 1 .... . . .
wiio bib loin near tiamiet.
Mrs. J. Joslya, of Molloe. returned
to her home last week after a brief
visit with hsr mother. Mrs. W. P.
Mr and Mrs. 1L C. Moor and
daagbter. Mie Mamie, have retarncd
from Lincoln. Neb. They bad been
gone a month or more.
r.award Hammond, of Preemption.
waslaonr vUlsgo Wedcesday and
Tbarsdsy potting tbo local telephone
he and instruments ia gaol shape
i t mt wiaier.
tvvlos RiiMtc tone.
Taylor Ridge. Nov. 23. Mrs. Wil
nam t'atke alurled Monday tnnrniog
lor tarn aasi to max quit an as
tended visit with relatives.
MIsa Emily Splokler went down to
Aaaaiosia last Saturday tor aeveral
alisa Ia Johnson departed last
week for Marango, Iowa, to vhit rel-
auvea lor some time.
Mrs. Florence Starkey visited
eoiploof daya in Rock Island the
Iat of tb wek.
Mias Annie Znerker is ia Bock Isl
and for several weeka' visit with rel
auvea, after which the goes to Mas
catine to visit relatives.
Mcelslor school closed Friday of
last week with speaking, etc., after
which the teacher. Miss Uattia Tav
lor. treated th scholars to a fio lot
of candy. There was but on week
of vacation Instead of two.
Send your addreaa to B. E. Buck
ua Co., Chicago, and get a free
tempi boi of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Atrial will convince youcf
their merits. These pills ars easy in
actioa aad ar particularly effective
ia in cur or constipation and e'ek
leadack. For malaria and liver
troobiee they have beea proved in
valuable. They ar guaranteed to be
perfectly fro from every deleterious
suDoianc ana to o purely vegetable
taey uo boi weatea oy tkair action
rat by giving toa to stomach and
cowaia gToauy tavigorat tb sys-
Mn. neguiar ais 2d cenu per box.
Sold by Marts ft Cllemeyer, drug
T. J. Blackmor. of Heller
Blackmora, Pittsburg, .Pa., aays: "A
short time alace I procured a bottle
of Mystic Cure. It got mo out of
the bona la 24 hour. I took to my
bed with rheumatism nine months
ago aad th Mystic Cure is th only
medicine that did m any good. I
had five of the best physicians ia the
eity. but I received very little relief
from them. Sold by Otto Grotjaa.
101 Seeood avenue, druggist. Rock
Island; Gait Schlep 1 ft son. 220
West Second street. Davenport.
filMl rui mai
Dr. Williams' Indian Pi! Oint
ment will cure blind, bleeding and
Itchier piles when all other olet
meatahav failed. It absorbs th
tamors. allays th itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives fastaat relief-
Dr.. Williams' Indies Pile Oint
meat la prepared only for piles and
Itchiag cf th private parts, aad
aothing alee. Kvery box U war
ranted. Sold by druggists or sent
by mall oa receipt of price, 60 cents
aad 1 per box.
Williams MABcrAcrcuio Co..
Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold by M.F. Bahnssa. Druggist.
Many of your frleadi, or people
whom yoa hasw of have contracted
consumption, pneumonia or other
fatal diseases bj neta't of a simple
Id er tonh. Foley's Honey aad
Ter. a aaf. sure aad pleasant cough
ssediciB would have saved them. It
Is guaranteed. For aale by T. IL
Sherrard, Nov. 26 Miss Mami
Douglas, of La Porte. I1L, is visiting
witn Mrs. Jjnn waisteaa, oi mis
Jobn Russell, of Cable, was oa our
It is rumored tbat wedding belli
ar to ring soon ia Sherrard.
Henry Lawsoa moved ats furniture
aad family to Cab Tuesday.
William sonermann waa to bock
Island last Wednesday oa business.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Matthias are the
oioud oarents of a babv bov. which
arrived last Thursday.
M.s. Oscar Undstrom and Misa
Dire Barrett, of this place, were in
Swdona last Friday on business.
Mid Daisy Johnson bad a narrow
eicap from serious injury by falling
down a ntgnt oi atatra last Bunder.
Quit a number from this vicinity
attended the funeral of Christopher
Hiems, who waa buried last Thura-
Mrs. Slum Hal and family left
last Friday for Farmington. wlur
Mr. Hal has secured work, and will
mek it their future home.
Mrs. Mark Thompson, of this
p'ac, fell down the cellar last Son
day and received quit a gash in her
bead and hurt her right arm.
Mrs Thomas Atn and daughter.
Mrs James Hsddick, of Topeka,
Kas., who have been visitingrelatives
and mends tn last four weeks ia
Sherrard and Cable, returned to their
bom last Thursday.
Jonathan Gaunt, of Reynolds, and
daughter, Mrs. Aba Johnson, oi
Sherrard, had a narrow escape last
Sunday, as they were on their wa
to Reynolds. Two miles west ol
Sherrard a runaway team overtook
them and demolished their buzgy.
bat as lock happened no one waa se
Christopher Hiems, who resided on
a farm two milea west of Sherrard In
th German aettlement, died lat
Tuesdsy evening at V o'clock of c?n-
sumption, aged 31 years. Ha was a
member of tb Modern Woodmen of
Sherrard. He leaves to mourn his
lota a wiro and sister and many
frieeda. He was interred at the Ger-
mn cemetery last Thursday. Riv.
Zimmerman, of the German settle
Poling, Nov. 24. Thomas Doo-
nan dedicated his new barn tbe
evening of the lD;h with a dacce.
which was attended by 10 couples of
Attorney J. w. uaiiian, or liock
Island, railed on old frienda Sunday.
hapervior James uouy eonieiu-
ptntcs retirement from active life
and moving to Milan to reside.
1 be little coal mines ia the vloln
ity of the county infirmary are ac
tively engsged in competing with
the Cable and Sherrard mines in pro
daolog fuel for the three cities.
rut vocim Ttxru.
Nov. 22 Anson Candee to Art bar
B. Chapman, lot 13. block 4, Candee
Grove, South Moline, 1.
William Moffit to Samuel T. Mo
Entire, lot S. block 4, village of An
Nathan Gray et al by Master to E
D. Sweeney, sublot 7, block 14. Spen
oer ft Case's add.. Bock Iilaud. II
Emma Boultinghouse to Fannie
Dill, e sr. 16. 17. 2ir, nfrl stfrlj
(Big Island) 21. 17. 2w. i.000.
Albert W. Wadsworth to Margaret
J. Craig, part assessor's lot 8, 83, 18
24 Olen W. Looker to Catherine
Salem, lot 7, O. W. Looker's first
add., Hillsdale, 50.
Mra Chancy (Irani....
Iald Y. Pollock
Wlm Ma O. Brown....
Jnha U. SUvts
Mia DatuT A. Gilmora ,
Mb Iddi Hterein
Samuel T McEntira
Mim Amanda 1. Pealatrom
Mum Mar Uartlia Archer...
Willard Hall ,
Mtaa Nettie Garrtra
kiM Lulu M. MoLane
! D. Conner
Miu Florence Moras. . .. ,
.. v atertowff
Ta Oet a Oold ta On Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it faila to cur. 25c. Th genuine
net Lw 0. j. oa escn tablet.
try Oraaa-UI Tr Orata-O!
Atk your grocer today to show you
a package ct Grain-O, the new food
drink that takes th plao of coffee.
Tbe children may drink it without
injury aa well as the adult. All who
try it. like it, Grain-O has that rich
seal brown of mocha or java, but it
ia made from par gfttn, and the
most delocate stomach receives It
without distress. One-quarter the
price of coffee 15 cents and 25 cents
per package. Sold by all growers.
A Qaw IT) MMIfea.
There is a medicine whose proprie
tors uo not ciaim to nave aia
covered soma hitherto un
known Lugedient, or that it is a
eure-alL This honest medicine only
claims to cur certain diseases.
Bad that ita ingredients are recog
nized by the most skilled physicians
as being th beet for hiluey aid
bladder dieeaaea. It is Folev'e Kid
ney cur. For aale by T. H. Thomas.
For IsJe&ta and ChUdrea.
THETOES IN SOCIETY.
STORIESTO&D BY NONBEUEVERS IN
IJgbt riacera Ink Xteaeaia Boome at
XaabtoawMa XMertatmrn VaSalr Bz
claaaCM Whkh KayMJeaCaHe Bobbery.
OMhfafa Mat New..
"Oh.vgive it iany na!neyou lite bor-
rowiDff other people's tbelongiiign and
failing ver to return them, mistaken
identity (aa to special poe sessions or klep
tomania, but I call it thieving, and
somethingtaught to be dime about it"
This is vnmfrthe blond woman in the
very smazt bonnet said to her nearest
neighbor ia blue, whereupon every other
woman near the tea tetblet cut short her
conversation and hold her up in .midair
to hear v batathe discussion would bring
That I da wentaon the blond em
phatically, ' 'and I've been stolen from
repeatedly. o, my dear, I woirt take
a word of it back, and 'J am notiepeak
ing hastily. In every instance itwas a
plain case of theft, and I've not up to
date recovered a single belonging. Why,
of course if it had been a grimy fingered
sneak thief, or a too en tei prising house
maid, I most naturally w aula have gone
to the police and detectives for protec
tion and assistance, but ia is not quite
so easy to have an individual who wears
tbe best French gloves, vdhose bonnets
come from en expensive Limporter and
who sometiuics asks you to 6bareher
opera box, receive at her tais or tabs a
lift home in her bronghamarnested and
searched on suspicion. "
"Well, I never!" remarkedithe wom
an in blue.
"Ob, that's just because you are a
dear, unsophisticated little' creature,
and out in your western town ithey don't
do such things. The temptations are not
so great, but I can assure yoUj that here
ill uur uig cuii'H, ttv regular intervals,
polite kleptomania is simply rampant,
and hardly a big function breaks np
that half the women dont come away
quite savage over thoiloss of some pretty
and especially prized belonging. " Evi
dently the blond was right, for all tho
ether women nodded assent, and the
hostess was apparently breathless to tell
cf some persoual;griovanco on this score,
when tho first speaker broke in again:
"You see," she elaborated, "we used
to think it might have been the servants'
fault, or an honest error, when we found
our pcspcssions exchanged for others
less valuable or simply disappearing, un
til two or three tintcs tho offenders were
caught right in the act, and then came
the awfully dismal consciousness 'that
really no one could be' trusted.
".My first experience-was with a'very
costly lace fan I carried to a dinner. I
held on to it most affectionately through
out the evening, until some half dozen
of us went up to the hostess' bedroom
for our wraps. There I laid.it, with my
vinaigrette and fan, on the -dressing ta
ble, cud when I turned to get them
again the fan was gone. I protested, the
maid searched, but nothing came of it,
und broken heartedly I wentdown, be
wailing my loss to a sympathizing fem
inine companion. We went out to our
respective carriages together,, but as the
butler opened the hall door a puff of
wind blow her long cloak aside, and
there I saw, snug in its pocket, my pre
cious fan. Well, the next day I wrote
her very frankly, asking for its return,
suggesting, of course, she bad taken it
by mistake, and home it came. But we
have never spoken since.
. "That taught me to look for higher
offenders than maids in dressing rooms,
who are usually accused of making way
with all wraps, umbrellas, overshoes
and what not that maybe missing."
"Ah, that is not myrouble," chimed
in a debutante across the tea table. " The
favorite plan is now to exchange bad
for good things. I am growing almost
philosophical over the deplorable shah
biness of my wardrobe from this con
stant swapping. Last week, on coming
up late to the dressing room from a
dance, I found in place of my brand
( new green suede carriage overshoes two
overlarge, badly worn ones of rusty
black velvet and my lace head scarf ex
changed for a frayed one of soiled white
chiffon. Naturally cross and sleepy, I
fell en tho tired maid, who wept and
denied, but looked as if she could tell a
Only to make a test case of it I rolled
my new French galochcs in my mackin
tosh, laid my card on top and put them
in a safe corner of the dressing room of
ahousewhero I went to luncheon the
other day. But it was of no avail. The
galoches had been metamorphosed into
a pair of muddy rubbers with holes in
them when I went back, and I didn't
grumble, since my pretty umbrella was
left. Tbo work of the spoiler goes on in
th cloakrooms when big wedding re
ceptions, teas, musicales and private
balls are in progress.
"At one of the big dances of the sea
son tbe hostess simply ordered her maid
to issue checks for every woman's wrap,
and, charming to relate, not so much as
a hairpin was lost, for at her daughter's
wedding reception, only a week before,
three muffs got away somehow without
their rightful owners, and the possessor
of a o00 sable hand warmer found a
scrubby old astrakhan one in its place.
"That is where the fashionable klep
tomaniacs salve their consciences by an
exchange, you see, for rarely is anything
taken that some inferior rtiglo is not
put in its place, and very rarely are
they caught with them. Their position
in society is one of protection, and their
victims are too timid or proud to trace
a clew, which too often leads right to
the door of their best friends or some
woman who is aiding materially in
helping them along in society. " Milli
ccnt Arrow point in Chicago Record.
Sandals were more fashionable among
the Egyptians than among the Hebrews.
Tbey were worn by women of the high
est rank, for we read of the sandals
with long, turn up points which a beau
tiful queen habitually wore when ahe
waa at home.
NOTHING THE MATTER WITH KANSAS
So Far na tbe Iat Season's Crop Became
Topeka, Kan.. Not. 26. The Kansas
board ot agriculture has prepared a
final-bulletin showing the atate's crop
yields and farm values and the cumber
ar.d farm values of live stock for the
year 1897. The total yield of winter
wheat ia 50.040,374 bushels, worth $33.
79S.612, or almost 160 per cent, more than
last year's crop. The corn crop Is 152,
140,893 bushels or 63,278.421 bushels less
than in 1898 and its value 17,077.720 lets.
Of oats the yield is 23,431,273 bushels, an
increase of 4,116,501 bushels.
The combined value of winter and
spring wheat, corn and oats. Is SS6.76S,
7S8. an increase of 115,071,930 over that
of last year. The net increase In value of
this year's agricultural productions over
those of 1896 is 120.204.246, and of live
stock 120.508,985, a total increase of S40.
554.231, or somewhat more than 21 per
Illinois MoaumcDt Dedicated.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 26. The
Nineteenth Illinois regimental monu
ment, erected on Missionary Ridgo, was
formally dedicated yesterday, there be
ing present at the ceremony about twenty-fire
survivors, all from Chicago. The
monument is erected on the spot where
the regiment first rallied and reached
the crest of the ridge In the memorable
Negro (irabs fur 949,000.
St. Louis, Nov. 26. Lee Pitts, a negro
Pullman porter living in this city, is a
prisoner at tne Four Courts on the
charge of attempted robbery. A. R. Hill,
a broker of Providence. R. I., alleges
that Pitts tried to steal from his pocket
an envelopa containing J39.000 in cert!
fied checks and $3,000 in cash.
Batate of Hearr RosenfleM. deceseed.
fh TiflriaMtfftiMrl lunnahu . - - .
Azof the last will and testament ot Hecr Boa-
S"1". w we coonty or itoca leiaud, etate of
uiuuio, uwwtu, nereoy giea nouce toat sue
will appear before the eonntv eonrt nf Rmk tin
noomy, at the cootrr eonn room, ia
taeeuy or Book Island, at the Jaaaa'jr term, oa
te first Monday In January next, at which time
all person having claims against said estate ar
notified tni) T,..,n t n a,,a.J .v.-
of haviac the tamr adjusted.
au pewons Indebted to said estate are re-
lattetedtO make 1mmuti.lAnflim.nt m
liated this Sth dar of Norembtr. A. D 1SS7'
Aucau Bosesfisld, Eiecutr'z.'
Special Prices on Special
Em-El Rye ji na .50
Km El Bourbon 1,90 .50
Em-El Royal Kye v. 240 .60
E n-El Sour Mash 2,40 -60
Grantf Dad Uye, 7 yeras old. . . 2.85 .75
Coon Hollow, 7 yers old a. 85 .75
lit. Vernon Rye, 8 years old. . 5.60 .90
Guckenheimer, 8 years old. . . . 8.60 .90
Clover crub, 10 years old 4.20 ttlO
Clarke's Rye, bottled in bond, 1.25
v s aaiDT
Own Tour Bonn ana Bm it aiarad.
Insurance and Loans
oora 4. Mitohell A Lrnde b'njj
Jectd directly ta the
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ire the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
1 GUARANTEED remedy
3r money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidnevatuf
Price soc mad Sixv
,,1 SSJL l,ri wsjana req aires ae
ll -I VJ lO I cause r diet. Cmre
ires everlasting poking and raking that is
w;T ot one hour and cold the next that eats ud the fnel
jf.'j.- and sends the heat up the
, mon stove troubles, all
ot wmcn nave been over
y come in JEWEL STOVES J
if AND RANGES. Ifvou
want a stove or range that :
- va aa mm est UlVUUiV OUVi
2 give you perfect satisfac-
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the dealer for a "Jewel,"
f and look for the famous
trade-mark. ! sfJ,;
BEhR OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from oor Iruwery. It is the favorite
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich men and the poor man.
Its flsvor is delicious, its "bldy" right to plese all tsstes.
Made right here al home of tba fiaest malt and choicest hopi,
and by the most advanced process; why sbooTdnH "ROCK
ISLAND" be the bestP
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
112 West Seventeenth Street.
JOEH B. FABTDOII.
Painters and Decorators
PAPXS BAITOZSS. OALaimSSB, sto.
Shoo 4.10 Seventnnnth nreni
vm MVa mm awa. uraaattaaMat,
Dr. Pcd'o Pennyroyal Pillo
Thar ara Wn, "ta an aKlala ta raaalV Tba naalna (Dr. PaslDatsartlaaf.
Y ' wmwm,
For sale by A. J. Belss. Druggist.
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are sold by
Number 1148. It has been pretty busy
lately with orders for p'.umbiog and
steam heating work, bet we oaa
stand a great many more. Yon have
had somethiaz to be thankful for on
Thanksgiving day, and if yon let aa
attend to your plumbing, you will
le still more thankful. Onr work Is
perfectly sanitary, and we can safely
Bay that you won't get better work
In Bock Island than we can give yon.
Our charges are moderate.
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