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THE EICELENCE OF SYBCP OF FICS
Is due nrtt only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the car and skill with which it is
manufactured by bcicntittu processes
known to the California Flo Svkup
Co. only, and we wi&h to impress upon
all the importance of punrhabiug the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the Califohxia. Fm Sntur- Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist ene in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
tics. The high standing of the Caxi
roiiarx Fio Hthvp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has
Riven to million of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
m it acts on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
niMseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the iiamo of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
as ruAMinm. ci
LOt MTILLE. ICy. 3KW YOKK. Jt.T.
The Wicked Flee
And Spain' fleet is alMiut a.s hard
to liml as the elusive Ilea When
you ut voiir linger on him he
isn't (lu re." It is just about as
hard to liud
Rich and Pure
ICE CREAM : :
:am. fruit ices'
Ami with such delicious flavor as
we give the public to select from.
KKKI.L Ac MATH manufacture
their Ice Cream from tin- purest
and richest cream to be hud in
t liij section of the country, and
they claim that for richness and
delirious flavorings they have no
equal. YVe have pajier package
to carry Ice Cream home Id. "It
will keep nicely until you get
KRELL & MATH
Party Supply House.
Itione h.vl 1T1H-I7IS Second Avenue.
PY ft Thirst Quencher at our
the opportunity it wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weajion of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating rrea.n all the
more U-cue it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not. like some drinks, loner
the temperature a lilt ie only
to raise it much more after
ward. Yon tig men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vUe this plan of caiupaigu in
TAKES FIRST GAME.!
Rock Island Team Defeats the Ot
tumwas on Their Home
HARRY SAGE BEHTJfD THE BAT.
Not s Single Krror Charged Aalnt the
Iorlor'a Boys-A I'lpe Story t'roni Kork-ford-t'ojiteat
Between the London and
Sheridan Club Tomorrow Afternoon
Jlsved. Woa Lost. Peret.
Peoria. J... s.7 li) M .7IM
Duluiue :il 11 .45
Wulncy 3! 15 II .(,77
K'x-k inland li 1.1 II ,4
oitumwtt ; v i; 3M1
St. Joseph -J5 6 lit .2
ROCK ISLAND took the tirst game
in the Oltiiunva series yester
day. With Doc Siige behind the
hickory the boys pilfered np and
worked together, and when the last in
ning was concluded not an error had
been credited to them. Young was
in the box for the Kock Islnnd team,
while Weimer and Keefe were in the
points for the Iowaus. The hits were
b and 7, Young "riving one more than
his opponent. Otiumwa made two
errors. The score:
Roe.' lo'and t u o o A n b tt
(Uttiniaa 0 0 0 J 0 0 u ol
IKic Sage is deserving of much
credit and will have the everlasting
admiration of the fans for doing what
f.!W players would jumping irito one
of the hardest msitions on the team
without hardly any practice and win
ning his game, the tirst he has taken
part in this season.
A siM-cial from Kockford in todav's
Chicago Record says: "Varnev An
derson, former manager of the" Rock
Island tcaui, has made arrangements
for the transfer of the players of that
club to Kockford next week. He will
conduct lr as au iiiilcpcndnut club
here during the balance of the season.
ami is open for games with good
clubs." Yes. Mr. Anderson willhsv
a chance to take back some of his fel
low , but not all of tliciu.
ll is a noticeable fact that there are
players In the Kock Island team who
have Im-cii decidedly ragged in their
work on the diamond, purposely so.
a is saui. since arncv Anderson re
signed the management. Mutiny will
not be tolerated, lie it understood bv
the guilty ones, if there be an v.
Cv Young i.s anxious to be released.
lie says in the lirst place his asso
ciates are not congenial, and that he
has lHeii ofTei'ed a good thing in the
New England league, and would like
to accept it.
The semi-professional team at Jack
sonville. 111., has disbanded.
St. Joe will admit ladies free to all
games the remainder of tho season.
1 he Y. M. C. A. -Woodmen came
has been posliioiui'd until next hat nr.
St. Joe and Peoria played a 11-in-
ninggaine. 1 he Missourians won, 3
to 2. There was rain at Oiiinev.
Unfortunately- Charles MctJinniss.
the pitcher, has not been able to get in
condition so far this season. He lias a
good record as a t wirier.
Ibe Iiudons and a team from the
Sheridan club will meet at the Twelfth
street park tomorrow afternoon. The
giuie. the entire proceed, of which
will go to the U,,, Island team, will
I s c:il ed at 3 ::!).
Kd Dtigdale. lie who used to hold
down the bag behind home plate for
the 1'corias. is now manager of the
Seattle team of the new Pacific league.
Dug started to Klondike, but the re
iHrts were so discoimminir that he
set stakes at Seattle, where he has
U'cn during the entire ball season.
W it h a 6-club league one of the mii-
inres will be dropped. It is hoped
President Hickey will not pick Paddy
Lynch. He is giving satisfaction in
every town he presides over the game,
and no doubt at the end of the season.
if allowed to remain, w ill have a rec
ord thau he and his friends will have
occasion to f,.td proud of.
Hi Oiimha Dipimltinn of 189H.
lleats the centennial exiMisition.
which occurred in Philadelphia in
ifm. awav out in .i-Mit. and is next
to the World's fair at Chicago in im
portance to the whole country-. AH
of the stale in the Trans-Mississippi
region arc interested, and a visit to
Omaha during the continuance of the
exMsilioii from Juuu to October, in
clusive, is recommended to all.
Hny your cxum-sioii tickets over the
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul mil
way. Au illustrated folder descript
ive of the exposition will Is- sent von
on receipt of 2-cent stamp for postage.
Auiircss ueorge li. iteatlord. general
passenger agent. Chicago. 111.
f . M liauM h I ....... .
" - 1 1 ii it ivito jot
over tneniy rears, and I ran tay tbat CoscareM
have k-Uen me muretslief than any oilier reme-
IntoK.n ia With Khirh I h . . t , . .
iu-a.1 Ihrm lo my frlcmU as being a'l'ihey are
irin.-wwv. nun ixiiXAKo, Eurtn. I1L
MMM tlt.kl .
MEETING OF ENDEAVORERS.
Island . Coanty l a'oa Holds IU
. The R-H-k Island CViunty Christian
Endeavor Union held its" 10th semi
annual convention at Memorial Chris
tian church yesterday afternoon and
evening. Officers for. the ensuing
year were chosen as follows:
President H. D. Folsom, Hock Isl
and. Vice President C. D. McLaughlin,
Recording Secretary 11. E. Robb,
South Rock Island. .
Corresponding - Secret arr Miss
Pearl Harnhart. Kock Islami.
Treasurer ftss Nellie O. Brncll,
Jnnir Superintendent Mlis lassie
Lyfonl, Port liyron.
Missionary SuH-rintendent Mis
Nora Lindip'iist, M-k Island.
In the afternoon there were devo
tional evorcises. led by Mis Anna
Bromley, of this city; ' discussion of
The Ouiet Hour.'" sonrs and scrii-
ture reatling. minute prayers and a
iiiDle ilnll by the Junior Lndeavorers
of Memorial church, led by Miss Pearl
B.trnhart. and a paper ou --Business
Meetings" by A. A. Olin, of Port By
ron. In the eveuiiiL' after devotional
exercises led by Kev. Ira W. Allen, of
Rock Island, there was an address of
welcome bv Miss Lila Fulsintrr. of
this city, ami a response by Mrs. Or
rin Ieonard. of South Rock Island; a
vocal solo by Prof. Philbrook and an
address by Rev. H. W. Keherd. f Mi
lan., lhe benediction was pronounced
liy Kev. Allen.
Supper was served to the delegates
hv the ladies of Memorial church.
The Red. White and Blue Mandolin
club, of South Rock Island, furnished
nice music at Imth sessions of the
It was decided to hold the next
convention at the First Congregational
BOY BATHER IS DROWNED.
Martin Thuiiutn I'erlahes In tho Mlultwlppl
at Kaplda City.
Murtiii Thomas, 16-year-old sou of
C. F. Thomas, of Rapids City, was
drowned iu the Mississippi near his
home yesterday afternoon. He was
enjoying a bath with a party of com
panions. He could not swim and
venturing out beyond his .depth, yvas
carried away bv the swift current.
Mr. Schrlrr's Death.
The home of Jacob Sehrier in Rural
was darkened by the death of his lie
loved wife June 7. Alice Schuyler
whs born in Butler county, Iowa,
Jan. 7, 1871. In INK bhe moved
with her parents to Nebraska. Nov.
10, 18811, she was united in marriage
to Jacob Sehrier, and in 1891 thev
moved to Rural. May 14. while in he
yard she stepped on a nafl, which
made a slight flesh wound, to which
litte altuntiou was paid otflMay 1,
when she became lU. An attack of
lockjaw followed and proved fatal.
Mrs. Sehrier yvas loved by all who
knew her. She was a faithful Chris
tian and a member of the Presbrter
ian church. The funeral yvas held at
10 o'clock Thursday morning, when a
large cortege of fri'nds followed the
remains to the Beulah church, where
services were conducted by R-v.
Brown, after which they were con
signed to their last resting place in the
Beulah cemetery beside her twin chil
dren Iva. who died Feb. 28. 1895.
ami Eva. who died March 10. 181)7.
She leaves her husband, two children.
Iaii, aged 7, Maud. agiM 5 years, her
aged parents, seven sisters and five
brothers, to nmourn he- loss. 'The
floral offering were uuiuerous and
lieautiful. The palllearer wcrei
William Coyne, Jr.. Frank Walkner,
George Bosold, Charlie Peterson.
James McMeckin and William Love.
Advertlaed letter Mat No. 23.
List of letter uncalled for at ibe poatotOoe
a Rock Ialand June 11, IHVS:
Hemic tt. Lizzie Million. Thomas
Hrown. H. U. Matbur. nohen
Xonnell Frank Miller. John C.
Hunker. Carol swald. r.mil
-Hiii-k. Mary A. Pitcher. M iss F. S. (J)
rasaon. Charles Heed. Ie
Nihil, K. P. hiclimonfl. Edward
( -iix. aiiima Ki liiiif. r il
IH-Ilon. Charles Scott. J. W.
Hurenlierirer. W'm. A. Stevenson. Mrs.
Pesrlii. Ur. Watts. Irene
Krapper. Sarah Wloke. Conrad
Harris. William William. Kred
Jlarper. ( barley Wilkinson. I.lzzie
Johnson. Alhcrtina ZeiRler, liattae
Korris. Hat tie J.
Tkokas H. Tromas P.HKmaster.
N. B When oalllnK for adreril a letters
please giro list numoer.
Something to Know.
It mav lie worth soniet liinf to know
that the very liest remedy for restor
ing the tired out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This
medicine is purely veiretaMe. acts bv
giving tone to the nerve centers in
toe siomacn. gently stimulates the
liver and kidneys, and .aids tbosi or
gans in throwing off impurities in the
moon, fciectrie fitters improves the
appetite, aids digestion, and is pro
nounced by those who have tried it a
the very liest blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try it. Sdd for 0 cents or
1 1 per lxittle at Hartz & Ullerueyr'
Attentlun, Camper and Fluhlaa; Parttee
We are headquarters for ramping
and fishing supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always on hand and
at the lowest price. Ice delivered to
all camps. Fresh and cured meats,
fresh produce direct from the farm.
All pHHls sold will le delirered free
S. J. ArrxK, Sears, 111.
When Toe Take loir Vararkm
the most uecessarr article to have
with vou (after vour pocket book i
a Iwttle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of the bowels caused bv
a change of water Yon are likelv to
need it. For sale bv T. li. Thomas.
THE AKGTJS, SATURDAY, JXJXE
Mild that bridge.
The Upper Connecting Link to the
Island is of Timely Im
portance. IT IS WTH L00KI5G AFTEE.
Weald Prove a (ireat Advantage to
the Eaat tad of the City and to
Rnainea in (irneral Tho Matter to
jBa Brought Before Cnngree for Ae
THE foot bridge extending from the
upper end of Rock Island from
somewhere in the vicinity of the
foot of Thirty-eighth street to the
islaud of Kock Island is lieing agita
ted with renewed vigor by propertv
holders and arsenal workmen in the
territory which would las so favored,
and there is every indication that
some definite and del el Wined move
will be made soon to insure the much
desired convenience. Ou Congress
man Prince's last visit here the mat
ter was called to his attention and
he promised to put the matter in
shape to brinir it thromrh the di-oimt
channel to the attention of congress
at an early day.
The cost of the improvement would
not lie L'reat. Tirohahlv not ta eseeml
15.000 to $10,000, and"theconvenience
to working men would lie so great
that it is not believed there will lie
much hesitation on the part of con
gress to permit the improvement
when it is once properly brouyht lie.
fore that body with the approval ofj
i-api. diuiu ami tne euuorsement or
i. . i i . .
me ivock xstanu municipal govern
Meuifold Advantage to Come.
There are a arreat many advantages
lo come to Kock Island lis the remit
of this little bridge. It will furnish
a short cut to the island that will
prove a L'reat convenience to the isl-
and men who already live in the npjier
ciio. oi tow n, ana yvno oi necessity
walk a considerable distance iu " a
roundabout wat to the work, to hv
nothing of being obliged to expend an
amount monthly for conveyance fare
to the island, while it will be :mi in
ducement to the building up of the
upper Krtion of Kock Island. The
more direct and the shorter the means
of communication with the great ar
senal at Rock Islaud, the Wlter for
The Winona and Verne Swain were
The Kit Carson came .down with 1 6
strings of lumber.
the 1. tA. Dcukinanu brought in
IB sliiiig of lumber.
The water is stationary at 4.50 at
Kock Island bridge; the temjietature
t noon tr.
The Lumlwboy and K. I. Kendall
came down, and the CyHone, Henne
pin and Tenbroeck passed up.
The water is falling at St. Panl. is
stationary here, but is rising at all
other points. Slight rises are pre
dicted from Dubutjtie to Kock Island.
The Kpworth league tif the First
Methodist church held a very pleas
Hit menting last evening" Mrs.
L. C. Pa igherty read a paper on
Martin Chu.zlew it." Miss Jetini
Dirkmau reciti'd two selections and
Miss Taylor reMrted the state con
vention held at Bloomington. Miss
Florence Hall gave a fine violin solo,
accomj a lied by Miss Bessie Barth on
t ie piano. Miss Bessie Barth also
rendered a piano solo.
To Whom It May Concern.
The partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned. Martin
Oberg and John lleid, tinder the name
and style of Olx-rg & Keid, is this day
by mutual consent dissolved, the said
Keid retiring from the firm and dis
posing of his interest therein to
Charles E. Davis, who together with
the said Oberg will continue the busi
ness under the firm name and style of
Oberg & Davis, and collect all bills
outstanding and still due the old firm,
and pay all debts unpaid and con
tracted' by it.
Kock Island, 111., June 8. A. I).,
18!8. Martin Obeku.
Chaklks E. Davis.
THfi COI NTT TKMI'LE.
June 10 John Jacob Strohmeier to
William Moser. lots 6. 7, 8, !. 10 and
11. block loo. Andalusia. $550.
Hexekiah Ripley to Frances E. John
son, blocks 2. A. 8 and II. (except lots
1 and 2. block 8), Leech's add.. Port
BarklenH Aralra Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, 6ores, uloers, salt rheum
fever aores tetter r.hir,,...l k.n.ln
r - - - - - , it uaiKia
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, ana positively cures piles or no
pay required.. It "is gua-antei to
give pejrfeet satisfaction or monev re
fundwl. Price 25 cents per 1ot. For
sale hy Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Trath Teraely Told.
Foley's Kidnrv Cure is a safe, sure
remedy for alt kinds. of kidney and
bladder diseases. For"ale by T. H.
Big Came Caae.
Game Wardeu Ivedav. of Illinois
through State's Attorney Graves, has;
men a ueciaraiion charging II. Clay
Merritt. of Kev a nee. with violating
Beanos f H Hwl Yw Ibw Um BwgK
CIRCUIT COURT MATTERS.
Edward Pattern Convicted of Robbery
Trial of Eddie Flyoa.
The jury in the case of Edward Pat-
tou. alter lieing out- siuee 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, at 10:30 this
morning returned a verdict rinding
the defendant guilty as eharged in the
indictment. The robbing of Frank
Ellinwood of a watch is the rrime
Pat ton is convicted of. It is a peni
tentiary offense. Patton is 22 vears
The trial of Eddie Flynn, , who was
indicted for attempting to wss coiin
lerfijit money, was liegun late yester-
uay anernoon. rlvnn, who is a
cripple, last spring came in posses
sion of a --raised" 5 bill, the origi
nal vaiue oi w nu n was ti. lie tried
to have it , passed at McCalic's and
was caught in the act.
Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Robin son.
of Moline. who a few weeks ago each
made au unsuccessful atlcyipt to have
the court undo the matrimonial knot,
she alleging cruelty and he infidelity,
have buried their differences and once
more embarked upon the sea w hich
proved so turbulent on their last
voyage. Robinson has arranged to
pay the costs of the recent litigation.
Court orders: Brubu Bros. vs.
Valentine- Jaiinseu, case, new trial
granted; Katie Drost vs. city of Kock
Island, rcdocket, plaintiff allowed to
prosecute as a poor jn-rson; Charles
Mcpherson et al. vs. Henry McPher
son, bill, master's report of distribu
tion approved; Milton F. Edward vs.
Josiah (J. Heck, foreclosure, cause of
action settled, bill dismissed; William
Neyvton vs. Carrie Newton, divorce,
proceedings dismissed .by plaintiff at
his "cost; James Pen tier vs. Rosa
Tuhbs. et al., foreclosure, master's
report of distribution approved.
HOOVER IS A HIGH FLYER.
Hock Island Engineer Again Illatlngulabca
Engineer Steeve Hoover, of the
Kock Island, asrain distinruished him-
solf by making a time-killing run
with the Kockv Mountain Limited
this morning. It will lie remembered
that Hoover broke all records on tho
initial trip of the train as a press sc
clal lielween Kock Island and Des
Moines. This time he took a whirl
at the same train comiur east on mi
extraordinary fast run. No. 41 east-
bound is due in Omaha at 1:S0 a. in..
but it was au hour and 15 in in men bile
this morning getting into Nebraska's
metropolis at 2:15. The west lows
eugiaeer broke a chunk off the lost
iime anil got into lies Moines but i.
minutes late, at 6:10. There Hoover
hitched on and he spun across IW.-i
at a rate that did not permit of ex
tended view of the scenery on the
part of the passensrers. hut th.v bml
an exjwirrence in rapid transit, for
while the train was exie-iel hrr nt.
least half au hour late, Hoover's en
gine. th91W. rolled into the sUtio.i
t Hoot Ulan! with the Kockv- Moun
tain Limited precisely on the dot at
:;. He had made another record
for the Koiik Island's famous liver.
1'leadi Not tlollly.
A. II. (irubbc entered a plea of not
ruiltvathis preliminary henriier f,,r
the larceny of Charles Bradley's wheel
III Police Magistrate Stafford' eoni-l
this movninir. He was held to the
grand jury in 200 Imnds. Not hav-
i a L . e
uigtnn necessary, lie went to the
county jail. Grubbe intimates that
he was merely an accomplice in the
theft of the bike, and that the fellow
w ho did the work is still at larw! He
refuses to giro up the other fellow 's
name, now ever
Could Not Work.
'My blood tvas toisoncd. I had
boils on my hands ami could not work
for a month, t t
parilla and have not had any Iki'iIs
since. "Onr little Isiv's face was cov-
t-en with eczema. e gave him
Hood's Sarsar.irilla ami in a short
time the trouble was gone." Wil
liam Elder, Trenton III.
Hood's Pills are the onlv pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
and vet elllcient.
Te Care Constipation rereeer.
V?arete CanUv OthWHo. Wo or JSe.
II U C. C tall to cure. dru-ihUj refund money
T Any Reliable Man.
elarrafcwa erHneani1 on nmnrti-t remeSiw
rsr "HI be Tit (.... viikmu an
4Sr W, hy Hie l-irmiiii miMir i lha
eorW hi It. txain.aiitut mm a-eaa, krnken, U
cvuryMi ITm kffeeta of exrew, wi.rrr. over
ira. m. Ilapm omrrl a t.vurl. hoI ra
iniiB derupTont uf H rDit eonaiiioo.
rsa fina ttila fe m amHH. M r. o. LI.
FR!F MPrrtfif ?n
lutviwit ww ubrratun.i.
Bsware of Imiutioas
You Arc To
it you do not get Whisky of the proper Ac and
Purity. -Six Years Old. 100? Pure." is the Gcvcntmenfs
Guarantee on every bottle of
Bottled by V. A. GAINES II CO.. Frankfort. Ky.
MfHHm Ce.tr tat Cearaatee that aee mhk this bettMet.
'kL UEnLERS SELL IT
Shoes Sampkd Gentlemen sample the line of men's
, Shoes, we arc putting out, and yoa will find n c carry
the best goods for the money ever offered.
Take our working shoes at !0 cents and $1. and we will save yon
at Jeast 'J.i cents. Compare our f 1.35 shoes with others for
1.50, lake our fl.oO for a working or d res shoe, solid a a stone
front, and we have a better one for 1.7. Our ffS shoes
are line, anil at f2..w we cannot say enough for .wear, yon w ill
U-surprised at the fineness of stock. U-st of workmanship and
latest and liest styles. We have tho liest ! ehoc offered bf any
one At $:t.;'0 we are still selling Stacy. Adams & Ci."s 'latest
style tan shoes, sold everywhere in the country for ff.".
DOLLY BROS. -
Wo close at 6:30 except
The Elixir of
Have You Cot It?
If not. consult
' Siiecialists of
ently localisl in
Mho Has Cared
Our Eleetrle Maohine for
t eircaiment ot Nerrou
IH asc. Kaeum tlaoi a. d
A Bay wor.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITV. Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened In
sanity. Weak Memory. Mental Delusion, or anr ether eoorlpon due to aervous eabsianloa.
CATARRH. Dyn'pia. Asthma. Kbeiimatlsin. Scrofula. Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, I Iyer and bkln rSseise can lie q'licaly and permanently eure'd by rmr aSraiieed
svslem of tiinliclue.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause tf ervou Ilebidtr. WIit treat
month with oiher when e snarantee ynu a pemiMienl cure lrfereq dajt hy inr nala
1e aetboda. iiydruecle cured le three day -eo palo.
WOMEN Buffering from diseases ecnllsr to her set, should consult vs.
We hare eured manv eaae iren np a. hielem. and we may te atrfe to cure roe ftnrel
eal iH-raliiHi ner.'ormed at your buroe Ifdexlaed. And-nrunal and hi am aura-cry a epeeleltf.
OUK CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The num
erous aoknnwlediretnent e have reertred from ibe Dew. pa pen ft nr remarkahle eitree
In both medical and surirteal raae. h proof eoeelulve tbat our advaeewd aoel rmda eere
here all others fall. Therefore. 1.i not waste tiete with other ont consult na al once and
regain your let beallh. There la a tae la every disease thai ran ne cared Have
y u nMsed ibal stare If not do not experiment any kmrer. rna eonult in at once Knr
thernmre. we offer t.HM to any one prorlii our credential false We make H an otileet
to Invest Irate mir. Knotberpecial!effuriAb a fair pronesltlon tiNI.V 'l'Hfl4C
CASES TAKKN. liest of reference and credential If you cannot call, write, Itae
dreds cured by tnalL Uour to It I to a, t to S. buuda-s. II 40 to I jn.
OFFICE I24"WEST THIRD STREET. M'CCllOCa BtUDlSt, MflSPOtl.Ii
Rock Island Sa vings Bank,
Rook Xalaad, III.
Incorporated Under the
MONEY LOAHED OH PJB60BAL C0LL1TEBIL OS REAL ESTATE BCOTJEITT.
J M. Huford. presldrnt.
John Cnihatii-li. Vice ITeattlent.
I. (ireenawali. Cashier.
IIckiii litislnesa Jul t. ii. and occiipv the
S. K comer of Mitchell Lyndea
A few Botes regarding spring goods tbat eaa be fonad by loek
log at this ad. Here ara some priese we tjnoU: tptiag aovel
ties in suits the prices range from 118, J0, 11, r aad ap.
Thepricaaia tba spring trousers range frem 3, 5.M, fl,
IS.50 aad epward. Come in aad see oar fine line. t
Gus, Englln, Cixiitr, 1803 Ssccri in
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SOI TWENTIETH STREET,
Wed nesday ami Saturday.
Life is Health
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t.e of Pbloasn. tormr
ly Suraeona'hlef of St.
Four Per Cent Paid on
M B f'alile. Va 'Pmertoe.
John t'rnliaush, Pbll Mtiebell.
II I HuU U Ulrm
V. W. Hurat, J. al Hulord.
J who Vols.
Stdfcitort-Jackaoa a Hunt.
Of onr sew stock of Wall Tapart
doasa't alooa lis la their artUtla
eolorlajs and designs,, bat la
tbalr rtmarkable cbaapaasa. Wall
Papers SO par cent ebaaper Ibaa
aver before. 8ea onr ureal ra
dootioa la prloes aad joa will
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