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TUTJ AD3Pa BaTUBPAY. D-ECEA1BEK 18. 1K7,
Walter Baker & Co.'s
I. ,hnm I b abeolatety pure.
X Because R b art made by the so-olkd Dutch Proem to
whfch chemaa.'$ art wed.
3. BtntBt bans of ftt Snot auility arc avd.
4. Afcsmm R b rvJ ty a evthod wtnek preserva cnfervxlrrd
tn uoU natural error aad odor U the bom.
J Bmwt abut mutt ccuoonical, costtnf k than one cent
Arxi use trjenta.
Cae. mtM, bum yt.
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Sunday, Dec 19.
EVENT Of EVENTS!
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Mti waa ia lutf.
Aarlea Fvamte C ataa.
umI ky law Jayr Ban aa4 w.wy af
SI AlMata, hwmmi Ik M .
"The Hoosier Doctor."
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MaaeaiBwetaf Mr. DniN B. tin in.
re- rM, re, n Mt n.
at. aa Mia at Blaarf Braa.
Monday, Dec. 20
Scntcr Paytcn's SLfZf'
A langhlRt aa ralte la fury
traMU Ra a.4 fan nrrkvtira.
aay alaM Mwy win anaaal laf Ua
Irat Haw M t J Ua teat
frlr Ptlria M. aa a, taaiaa fraa
.aOaf iSM aaly It iiwhwM Iv mM
Hcftat. Bmbi aa ) at Baar t Javatr
Ifreie Tmi Daxcnoa Or (AtlmMumtomeill
a. 5ih (My.
Wed Qf 3 Jay, Dec. 22.
rrtteatlflg far the frit
Tess o the
9t 1Hmt M.lwHL ftaaj TVaiai
kart amal. (afraa( ay Mar.
y Biatawa.) all kar eiaiaaa.
F4r Da BalkvUla, Mary faa.
raal .MaMa, ry B. Bar,
J-n Jar. rT CVaatt,
. Ttm' ItaMkt Matt,
Freak Mrwack, aUiUWnaM.
fa. fk aa 4 .. at aay
Ttotra.;iatn4l4 ky tka Tavatrkal
Il ia. ,. ai4 3Sa. Ftw Bat m
Insurance nd Loans.
loo 4. MltekaU A Lyadt Vwr.
laaafukiraw af taa AataO BaWaafwtk
Stilaf . Floorlaf , Walaaaoaliaf
Ilia Itml bat. Ilk u4 IU Imax
FOtt UCUJG " "
aaa. ay WALTOt
Our Italian Choco
late Creams are the
proper thing. Try
them you will surely
mi Ptlzci of Scuts
329 Twentieth St.
Miaaaaoto Taiaat noor, war.
raaUd. naraaek fl.so
OraaalaUd Sagar. 19 poaadt... 1.00
Backwkaat, Ntw Tork. par aack 2Sc
rj a . uit pteaao,
Soottk paaa, C qaarta 25c
Mil iwni, pw (IKIin.n,,, 00
Surok Gloaa, S-poad bos lie
Rollad Oata, 10 poaada S5c
Oraekara. aoda, a pouad 6c
Giagar Baapa, a poaad &o
Nav kflao liaai. a packaga... 64
uaiaa. poaaa pacuga 6c
rraaaa, Vaw Calif eraia, a poaad
Co, 7e. N aad 10c
RaJalak. 11. a. Ttonad
n Faaekaa, S-poaad eaaa, 3
ICad Ckarriaa, 4 eaaa 36c
Cora. 4 eaaa 9&
Toaaatoaa, aaw. 3 eaaa . l&c
sftjaoa, i.poaaa eaaa lOe
Pleklaa. aaadlnm. a raJlna av.
Pleklaa. Okarklaa, a ralioa 30e
ak a a a . .
bock itiaaa ootp, 10 Dan Sao
Noodlaa. nukiMi iu
Pail Jally, 13 poaada 33c
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Sdfcfcb fcr Prcatj,
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
13CS eooad Ait
County Institute at Reynolds
a Notable Suc
cess. VA&M0U3 KA.TTES3 SIS0DSSED.
PafM at IiIhwi aa
1 ma altalaaa Bate f tka Art
aalMralajf. Utt-BaaatamUt7 at tha raa
Via at Mayaata. Ikt Mtst Batil.a,
HE Bock Island Conatr Far
) ( mart' laatitota waa held ta
C aur tka onara hooaa at Rav.
fctie aolda Tharaday. The Tie-
Mira wbo mn i ua umia or tae
a .... m .
raoepuoa commiiieo aaa aaatgaea to
the Tarioa 1 placet to be entertained.
After dianer the meeting waa called
to order b Prealdent Thomaa Camn.
bell, and ei ter an addreaa of welcome
dj t. v. utmit, of Kejnolda. 8. W.
Heath responded ia a reiy pleating
and fittior manaar.
W.aWtlaoa. of liollne. read a
paper on Preperatioa of the Soil
for Cora Caltare.n The aobatanee of
hla ramarka waa that there were two
klada of plowera, deep aad ahallow,
the former being ia the minority,
The dava of tha Blow, in hia inAv
meat, were aambered, aad aa imple
meat waa aeeaea taai woaia aurap
the top and under toil without in
verting their natural position. The
diacuttioo which followed brought
out eome Terr fine talk. Thnaa t.k.
log part were Mr. Ljford. B. F.
Fouataiae, 11 Corbla, S. W. Heath
aad Louie Jeana. T. C. Lewie thea
aee a beta aolo. "The Old 8exton.n
and waa eaoored. At 3 o'clock Louie
J anna read a paper oa Farm Econ
omy." He said that the object had
aot received ae much eonalaeratloa
aa other farm topice. and Tat it waa
of neat importance. He believed
that hoga aaould be told aa toon aa
ready for alaughter. There it a time
to lell aad hold cropa. Batter ahoald
be well Becked, noaltrv wall rlfnl
aad farmera thould give good weight
ana measure in overvtuing. o. V.
FoBBtaiae beraa the diaenaainn hv
aajing that the subject was well
I I . IB .
nauaieu, oonsiuenng mailt waa lnex
hanatible. difficult to becin to talk
oa aad harder still to fiad aa ending,
to. Ia the discussion which followed,
O. W. If cCaakrlu. Dr. W. H. Ljford,
Louie Jahaa and W. C. Wilson took
pert. B. W. FooataiBe, delegate to
the laaUtuU at 8prlngfield, read a
report of the second ua.'a a.ainn
after which the meeting adjourned
iui 1 :v.
VBa vaataa a
The evenin? session onanad aHtn a
tong bj a quartet composed of G. V.
PetliU J. hi. CCBld. J. F. Cannt anil
T. C Lewie. Eli Corbla gave a pa-
par u -xruit u rowing." ine et.
aentialt to fruit growing were, he
held, good plaata, variety aad plenty
of cultivation. Plant grape viaea
ura ieei apart, cut ouaa oaci; ratp.
ba tries, three-and-a-half feet apart
with iuateuourh atemto ahoarnl.nt-
a fine strawberry patch, three rowa
. 1 1 . a . . .
minau-a-am ivet apart aaa iu roda
loot?. W. C Wilson, of Molina? R
U. PinkertoB, of Viola, aad G. W.
aetue, 01 aUlan. discussed the topic,
ktusio by the quartet followed.
"Farm House EcoBomvn waa tha
topic of the paper read by Mist Hen-
neita oaenara, 01 nejnolaa. She
begaa by atarting with life oa the
farm veara aero, aad ended with tha
life of a modera farmer of today ia
aii bib luxury, aienaing, iarnltu
iae. cookln? and tidinaaa am aih
tpokea of ia tara. The various
leoora 01 aoap-mauag, alaughteriag
aad other labora of tha farm
house were ditposed of in a aoian.
did manner. The applause which
greeted the writer of the paper
auweu uai au wore wen aatisned
with Miss Sherrard'a ideaa.
Bav. Birch, ta a very pleasing way,
apoke oa the Religious Duties of
tae Farmer." While the address
wet aot leagthy, the tubject waa
wu aaiiaiaa. ana eeemea to meet
the approval of the audience. The
people of Beynolda were extended a
vote of thaaka by the visiting farm
art aad frieada tor their generotlty
xae latt institute of W closed
with tbetinrinirof "America" hv tha
audience. Tba next meeting will be
a two dava' tession at Milan j.n. 11
and 13 Beit.
a Mamma cm
la aa all-embracing cause of disease.
It eloga the laage with mucue. It
strains and breaks dowa the luair
tletaee. Dr. Bella'! Pine-Tar-Honey
ia aa aafailiag cure for coughs aad
colds. It rebuilds the tissues aad
givea ttrength to the loaga by aop
plying the blood with fat forming
oxygen: S3 eentt at all good drue.
Dec 34. 33 aad 31 and Jan. 1. the
C, B. L fc P. railway .will aell rouad
Uip tlckote to all atatioaa withla a
radloua of 300 mllet at one aad one-
third fare. Betura limit Jaa. 4. To
students aad teachers, oa preseata
Uob of proper credentiale, these
tickets will also be Bold Dec 33, re
turn limit Jaa. 11.
There la nothing better than Foley's
Bvianey vure. everyoBe wao true it
will agree to this. For aale by T. H.
The aeraaa who diatBrbed tha mi.
grefteUoa latt Sunday by coughing
Ia rvqaetttd to call oa T. H. Thomas
aad Tar, which alwaya givea relief.
analag tkw rraatHal. nf.
Hyaea sells skates.
Big toy aale at Eokhart's.
Cameras aal auppliee at Bowlby'a.
Lee'a Little Gem ia the beat broom.
Blssell's earpet aweenera at J. W.
There were lOlodgera at police
headquarters laat night.
Santa Clans la a close raadar nf tha
advertising colutant of The Auars
Freedanoe at Tom Van Haeka'a.
Twenty-second atreet aad Fourth
aveaue 8aturday sight. Muaie by
Go ta tha Rock Island naat mtrht
for your meat, 3123 Fourth aveaue
between Twenty-Ortt and Twentv
The Crevon aooial at tha FIrat Ran.
tiat church laat evening nrnvH m.
novel aad eajoyable affair. It waa
Solid ailver tooout 65 cents, aolid
silver nail file 43 cents, and aolid sil
ver thimblea 24 cents, at Brookman'a.
A perfect fiend for second hand
goods. Johnny Jonea. Look for hia
name and aigna on building oppo
site The Andes office.
Some choice barcalna in aeannd
nana manoe ana orirana. th ara
in nrai ciaaa oraer inn wirr.ni.ii
Call aad aee them at Bowlby'a.
Alwaya baying, eelline, tradine
aavthiair aad evert thin?. Johnnv
Jonea, 1623 Second avenue, next
door west of Bock Island house.
The Sheridaa olub held tha firat r f
a aeriea of daneinir nartlaa at it.
rooms ta xremaBB't diock laat even
lag. Twenty couples were present.
A camera with a nnnr n. I. nn
dear at any price. Fiebig keeps only
reuaoie camaraa ana supplies, BUCB
aa are fully guaranteed to make good
Just the thine- for a Christmas rift.
arlaai covered box containing ana.
pendera, garters and arm beads, at
bi.Lk 1. na way r
mcnier a, ai neii oecona atreet,
It looka aa though soma of tha
crack billiard players of the country
wouia oa arawn into a game with
Billv Catton aa a resnlt of hia awnan.
It will PBV VOU to innnlra for
Johnnv Jonea. for he will nr
make you money oa any deal that
you may have. So leave your order,
Iks second avenue.
F. A Marson. of Anirnsta. Ma .
an experienced evangelist, ia ia the
three cities, and will aiaUt in tha
song aervioe at the First Baptist
Kuuruu tomorrow evening.
Hundreds of pretty things for the
little ones with nrettv trana and
tree trimmings at Trefz '& Co'e.,
where you can get Christmas can
dies aa well, and everything el a tn
delight the youngsters.
Captu John O'Connor won back hia
laurela laat alrht bv defeating tha
dark hone and another venerable
player at forty-fire. Capt. O'Connor
ia accordingly himself onoe more,
and BOW declare, ha ia tha p.ham
forty-five player of Illinois.
Entign aad Mrs. S. W. Groomea,
of the Bock Island Salvation Army
corps, are arranging to feed the poor
of the city at the hall, 1610 Second
avenue. Chriatmaa dav. and tn thu
end seek such donationi in provis
ions ana casa at tnote tn a position
to oo so may mate.
The lcoture at tha T. M. c. a. an.
ditorium last evening on a "Trip to
moDuiae, to nave oeen givea by W.
B. Mclatvre. waa delivered hv Rav.
W. 8. Marquis, and was entertaining
and instructive. Mr. Mclntyre waa
Called OUt Of town bT tha daath nt
Mrs. Mclntyre'e father, Eb Terry, of
The COmmisslonad nfftPAra nf tha
Second battalion, Illinois Naval Mili
tia, at Molioe, haa elected a successor
to Capt. D. C. Daggett, promoted to
the CBPtainCV of tha naval fnrna. nf
the etate. John H. Porter waa unan
imously elected commander of the
Second battalion, and R. H. Savage
wet likewise unanimously choaen
lieutenant commander. Eaoh ia a
Manv people think that rood anld !
x - . i . . . I
m a aecona-nana store must neces
tarily be of little worth. Call at my
store and you will find this a mil.
taken idea, at 1 have a large atock of
houaehold eoods. also watches. iaar.
elry and musioal instruments. I
have 100 pair of ladies' and misses'
anuw, ilea z aaa 9, worta 2, DUt
will aell them for 7fi eanta a nalr
juat the thing for achooL Also for
oast wee oniy goia earrings and
breast pint, worth 3, will sell ear-
linm Sioaa for S& rants enmnlata aat
of earrings and breast pia for 76
ceaU. Doa't fall to see mv stock of
Watchet Bad musical Inatrnmanta.
J. P. Ament, 1623 Seoond aveaue.
Mill Medina Adama. of Ifavattn
111., formerlv Of this citv. haa in.t
eloeed a series of remarkably suo-
- a t . . . . ...
ocmibi revival meetings is tae upper
end of Bock Island eonntv. At ana
of the meetingt at Hillsdale a sense-
hob waa ereatea oy 1 nomas nti
ribbons, of Zuma, Ukiag it apoa
himself to break up the meetiag.
Ia the midst of the service he arose.
puuta out a deck of cards, aad an
nounced in a lend vniea to Itlaa
Adama his desire to play her a game
of card t. He was promptly arrested
7 mv viuaga marsnai, out as au
heariar Thuradav ha waa diamiaaad
by Justice Brewster. Miss Adams
ia aa evangelist of much earnaatnett
aad force, aad the frulte of her la.
bora ia tha apper aad of the couaty
aaveborae abaadaat teatlmoav to
her seal aad convincing efforts.
S0I.E SKy.1T STCES.
One of the members of the Bock
Island police department haa a bright-
11. .1. . v. 1 T.
jw win bub ui yvara, wao IB jaat
learning to aay hia pravera. Child
like, he feara the men who carry the
billy, and does aot exactly approve
of hia father eoatiauiag la hia pres
ent position, ana au aepartare lor
headquarters every morning Is the
occasion for a perceptible evidence
of anxiety ia the couateaaaee of the
little one, who ia la coaataat dread
of hia father getting into some ser
ious aimouiiy wniie aealin? with
disturbers of the peace. The other
sight the little fellow waa repeating
the Lord's prayer after his mother.
'And lead us, not into tempU-
linn n .V- ..M
tvai vsiw eyaaaaaa
The little fellow took the sentence
oat of his mother's month, bathe
put it in this way: "Aad leed us, aot
to tne police ataiioa.
An incident which waa not down
on the books occurred at the court
house the other morning.
The circuit court had inst haaa
called. The attorneys were in their
respective pieces, tne jury was
seated, and the usual air of dignity
and ailenoe nravallad.
Suddenly faint knocking sounds
vwauBKu iiuui lua law uornrj,
which is located inst sonth of tha
court room. An attorney stepped
uut mi tDveaugata.
He discovered that soma nnfnrtn
nate was imprisoned in one of the
Who's there and what'a the mat
ter r" he asked
'It's me Billv Moore.1 eama tha
reply, "and I'm locked in. . Help me
ret out of hern."
The door was tried, but it could
not be opened, the lock being out of
gear.' The aheriff waa aent for. and
with the aid of a atepladder he re
moved the Closet wiodow. The. Mo-
line attorney after' several attempts
uiauBgvu to crawi op on tne sain,
where he remained ion? enonirh to
give vent to a aigh of relief, after
which he descended the ladder.
He ia short and fat. He haa r-
aorted to every meant known to tha
medical profeasioo for the reduotion
of corpulency. None of them had
the desired result. He finally oast
aside all the anti-fat remedies and
concluded that he knew best how to
doctor himself . So he inaugurated
a system 01 aiei. ue kept it up lor
A friend to whom he had confided
hia troubles inquired as to how he
was progressing in nis campaign
against his avordupois.
Oh, I've given it up," he said.
"There is no wav of pettin? rid of it:
that's all. I nearly starved myself
the first week, and what do you
think? I gained three pounds and
have beea gaining ever since. I'm
eating regularly now. I don't propose
to eo hungry anv loncer. I've
given it up. There is no use trying
to defeat nature."
A maa residlnsr in a little town nn
on the Rock Island road wanted a
wife. He waa timid about dhcuea
ine matrimonial propositions in tha
hearing of the opposite box, tend be
ing oonvincca tnat ne couia never
muster up enough courage to pop
the question, nnbotomed himself to
a neighbor. He aaid he would give
him 10 if he would get him a wife.
The bargain waa made.
Ia the course of a few weeks ther
waa a weddieg. But the maa who
Drought about the union .had not re
ceived the compensation stipulated
for hia services. So he aent a bill to
the groom. He received an imme
diate reply. It read:
"She's not worth $10. I'll give
you 15. and III be blamed if that
ain't too much."
The 5 waa accepted.
Who roes to the clnb whila hnr hus
band tends the baby, aa well as the
good old-fashioned woman who looka
after her home, will both at time.
get run down in health. They will
oe irouDiea with loss of appetite,
headaches, sleeplessness, fainting or
dizsy spells. The most wonderful
remedy for these women is Electric
Bitters. Thousands of sufferers
from lame back, and weak kidneya
rite op and call it bleaaed. It is the
medicine for women. Female com.
plainta and nervoua troublea of all
kinds are Boon relieved by the use of
Electrio Bitters. Delicate women
ahould keep this remedy oa head to
boild up the system. Only 60 centa
per bottle. For aale by Harts & VI-
Caacarets Candy Cathartic, the
most woaderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant aad refreshing to
the taste, act gently aad positively
on the bowels, cleansing tha entire
system, dispel colds, euro headache,
fever, habitual eoaatlpatloB and bil
iousness. Please bay end try a box
of C. C. a today; 10, 35. 60 oeats.
Sold and raaraateed to eura bv all
Beajamia Iageraoo, of Hattoa.
lad., aaya he had aot epokea above a
wbiaper for months, and one bottle
of Foley's Hoaey aad Tar restored
hie voice. It le aaed very largely by
tpeekera aad singers. For aafa by T.
When billoua or eoettve eat a Oae
earet, candy eathartla, ears gmsraa-
taed. 1" wwta: S
(0 IL IE 12 (D (ID IX'iS
The Greatest Sale of the Year
Every article in the store marked down. The
largest line of Christmas goods ever shown in
Davenport. Don't fail to look over our stock. ,
You will save money if you buy from
W. B. HOLBROOK
103, 105, 107 E. Seoond Street,
me 1. j. UMeara Shoe House (J. P.
Clark & Co.) Saturday, Dec. u.
Over Eight Hundred
Left our store feeling satisfied with
their purchase knowing they had a
Special Inducements Every
T. J. O'MEABA OLD STAND.
126 West Second St., DAVENPORT.
1605 Second Avenue.
The new Xmas goods have arrived at the
ADAMS WALL PAPER ART STORE, and
now is the time to have your pictures framed be
fore the Xmas rush. All the latest styles In
Mouldings the Antique, Ebony, Delft, Mat Gold
and Flemish are well represented in the new
lines. Be sure and see them.
y ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
310, 313, 314 TWENTIETH ST.
Five Per Cent Paid on DeposlU.
Jew a, am aat
OITICE AND SHOP
Of people visiting a shoe store visited 3w
. 1 v -e.a ay- -, .a
of all hkd.
Incorporated Under tha
Collateral or Real ZstaU Seoartty.
- HB CmMa,
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731 ZWWTH SZE5SZ.