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THJS AKGUS. TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1898.
rAHTt D A CK)K AT NO. 219 SEVEN-
MN'TEIV-CIHI. KUR HOUSEWORK AT
w:i Twenty-tlrst street.
"rANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply a'. ll.V) Second
A NTED A LACNOISRSS AND WAIT-
res a' the rt'alcb Toner. Apply at
r.NTKU WASHING AND IRONING OR
t l,nM-.'lc:iiln' ( ty tbe day or week.
A pjil.v at 00- Teiitli street.
"rANTII SMALL GIRL TO HELP DO
ireiieral hotiseworU lu small family. Ad
flress i;irj iurib aveiiue, Moliue. Xli Call
Irum H it. Dt to 5 p. in.
WANTED IIOAKU AND ROOM WITH
private family liy voiini? lady: refcr
ene., Ifourilinir house need not answer.
Andres ;. r:, TlIK AKiiL'H.
' a :;tedtotka ib-w h at h a ve you
to offer for r.ii stock of uoods in
eountrv s ore? Ilnir kixkI liusiness: proprie-t-ir
Mi-k anil must sell or trade. Gordon &
Hon m ill.
M,r . NT ED RELI A I ILK MEN TO TACK
up nlvertisln alirnn: 11:1.50 weekly;
a'.eady work. Send 10 cents for postage, sam
ple, rto. Vounif Medicine company, 2a Nortb
Colorado atrcel, I'ulladelphia. Fa.
V'A NT KP KXt'EIIIENTEDfANVASSEi:
(either s-xi. for the Missing Link
It ruiem supporter. Gn.d waire : pay every
i.i.'h:. AppK' evfiiins Ifcuis patentee, T.v'
Setfii'eetiih street. Rook Island. 111.
' ANTED-TO I.OAN MONEY ON DIA
inouds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
mvie.il instruments. Iiievles. ulnthini!. dry
yo.xL. fiitniture. en;. Highest cash prices
ml for seeoml hand irooils of all kinds also.
Tin- iilxive kmn1s for tale at half the usual
Moi" prices A U biisinuHs transactions strictly
-.til4-iit iiil. His new number and location.
, I '.:! isi-eond aveuue. Don t fortret it. J. W.
Jones. Two riujjs on i:l.
1o RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
1,i: KENT THREE OFFICE ROOMS
out I7iw Tbird avenue.
K'o'l RENT-GOOD It.VJEN. CENTRALLY
I located. Address "X this otn.ee.
I f f TV' RENT THE STORK ROOM AT lrtlP
X - Tblrd avenue. Apply V. Dauber.
IjNiR RENT - DESK ROOM IN IfEIDY
I ros . olilee. Room 1, A itcliell 4. Lynde
Ini: RENT -ROOMS WITH Ho.MII IN
m rv itrnl location, at moili.f ae rates.
lu .:ni '1 ii K A In; I s oiliee.
.""ll.'k'MT Nl II.Y FI'sNISHEl) FRONT
iM.li,., li iinl iuii; Poard. ras. PaUi. all
Hi' ! i u I'ouveiiieticcs. iscvciiteciilu
J'i:i:i:.vt-eii;ht rkim hoese fi r-i-'
beat, modern Improvements. Wl
I v. in I.M ii street. Kent. r. Apply to Hayes
k I ! -aveland. llrtu.--.lou block.
IO'I KENT FIGHT ROOM HOISE.
1 ThlrtCf nth mrer-i and Second vtnie.
Rent ;- Apnly to K II. Stafford at Jackson
IfiV.Z ni'.NT-RESIHF.NCM OF M K.OMS.
e.inierol NineteciiMi street ur.fi Seventh
atenue. u ii h ull meilcni iniproveuients. Ap
ply l.eiilv llros.
I.'oi; RENT-A FINE H.-fSE WITH
I i ii-lil eleiriini rooms; larife ilry cellar: sew-
rii:'e and waierw, rks; lieauii ill "sii.nlc trees.
uril cl. vir, ;,i,i,. nci. In. mil. niiI. Corner Fifth
nveln.i- iitnl Forlv-tbiril street. Rock Isl.ind.
See jirHinlses and apply at ikl 1 nemv-tuird
1iOH SALE A Sl.'1-ARF. PIANO. AI
ilns ,i ' cure of AH. .I s.
iolfS M.E-TU()GOi;iriLlINi! LOTS
kih:ji feet, near C. R. I I'. depot, a
IoR SALE NO. RI'.MMINGTON TYPE
writer. Very cheap, if taken at once.
Address ' I-'," AhoI's.
1,'tiR SALK-FERKETS. YolXG AND OLD,
I at reiisoriat'le pncis. Apply to August
Ueblinif. I ll Twelfth street.
I4-ol SALE A NEW Rl ltltER TIRED
I trap in lirst class iditiou. A l. irr.iin if
lal.eii al once. Aihlress i;. :;t." Tint Am.r.
Ioil S A I.E N I N E-A ( ' R E FRUIT FARM.
All kuiils of fruit: co,mI liiillilincn; near
t4wn A harirain for some one if taken soon.
I onion How man.
WALK CHEAP: f7i CASH ANI1
sniall I'leiimhrance takes a Very neat eot
laee on the lilurts. Who wants It ipilck at that
pr.ccr tiordon .t Imiw man.
R SALE-SMALL GROi ERV ItCSI
ncss. New stock. I io, i.l location. Sell.
itn' on aceoiirt of sickness.
Atlitiess M." tox i;l. K.ick Islatul. 111.
TOR RAIJC-COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
X of Ml busbeai or over at $i nfl per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the eltT. Leave
ordara at Commercial bouse barter ahop, Rock
laiand, or Enoi James, Milan.
IOit SALE-CHE I LOTS IN M MAS.
ter s aiiilitlou.olil hascli iU grounds. These
lols will be sold from upward: small
amount down, bal.it n i.e .- tmn at fl per
cent. Hci.ly llros . i, ,, jh ,.n,.p; Lyi.de
IWR SALIV-a SENT OFFICE CAH1NET
with ! i;ii rf.,ient h.l-is. .aitiJle for
llllpr iepal I links or any description of pacers
In Hat form to i.r u-pt. in ibape for writing.
A comprehensive Ir.'.ei connected. Just the
ttilnu for ant ofttea with oontrvts. etc., to
lll. Address II IT. fl . nf Ttiv a . t a
JosT A HiKK IN H:EN fl Ti-XTVVITH
I I a: her cmer fimtcr return to 7Ju
Nun. ecu b street a'ul rcci-ne reaard.
Ios-T HEMIC SATIN SKI I IT 11 ET WEEN
J Milan a id Ta lor Kiili-r Monday. Finder
please return to Aio.i's oiliee and rceeiie re
WRITE TO FULTON A YEAGLKY,
f Denton. Ten , if you have accounts,
r.otcs or jmU'iuents vs. Texas parlies taa; you
desire settled or eomproinlaed.
IO-sT-AsoKIULIIOK'SE. WITH WHITE
J star in forehead. Kith back feel while
swav hack, ma'e cut. cht alsiut I. .Ml
rsHimU. Finder rctaru to b.m Johnson. Sev
enth street. Moluic. one mile from city, and
Mott's Nerverine Pills
.lt an nervous
-Jt. diseases nf the
ap rcoerative or.
Js.Ka AMD AiltK gan, ft eithtf
kx, tuch Nervous Prostratioo, Failing or
lost Manhood, I m potency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Coiuumption and Insanity. $1.00
prr box by nail 6 boxes for iSJXX.
For aule bv M. F. Ibihnsei. dni.-ist, earner
Fourlb aveuue and Tutleth street.
THE EXCELLENCE CF SY21P Of RuS
is due not only to the orig-inaaty and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and fckill with which it is
manufactured by tcientitic processes
known to the California. Fio Svri-p
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchas:nfr the
trua and original remedy. As the
fjenuins Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fig bvr.v? Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
tics. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Svkcp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the p-snuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its rcmrdy. It is
far in advance of all other luxativcs,
as it act3 on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not pr:?c nor
nauseate. In order to got its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO.
8AS FIIAMISCO, Cat,
Ljri9Vll.!.E. Kr. XKW YORE. X. Y.
A Social Enter
tainment, or any iniil-sumnn.-i- nilit so
cial function should include
I eo t'leaiu. Fruit Ices, Xcs-
Kflrinle FiHldins, Fancy Ice
t 'reams, 'J'utti Friitti, and a
selection nf our line
Fancy Assorted Cakes. Muc
earoons or any of tin; choice
Rikery (Jouds fur which we
are famous and which we
ttill deliver to you so that
you mii serve in the swcllcsl
manner if desired.
KRELL & MATH
don't want ymi to forget
their Perfect Home Made
Uread. Ask your grocer
Phone 1156. 1716-1T18 Second Avenue.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more liecause it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not. like some drinks. lower
the teiuKTature a littie onlv
to raise it much more after
' ward. Youn: men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
REACH CUBA'S SOIL,
Rock Island's Volunteers Are at
Last at the Actual Scene
YALE KADI A VELY QUICK TEIP.
With the Head of the Aruiy lorn
auy A Joins Shaffer's Force llcfore
Santiago Onr Krave ISoy to do
Real ISattle For the Cause of Lib
erty. Hock Island's brave soldier boys
have reached Cuba "and fire doubtless
by this time reinforcing Cen. !haftcr
ill the final stand before the Iwsiepd
city of San! injro. The notalily fast
run made by the cruiser Yale.froni
'harleston to Santiago is particular) v
pleasinir io the naval ollicials. She
left 'liarleston Sjf. urda y morning at
3 o'clock, utakin the run in a trille
less than t wo-davs-aud-a-lia!f. She
had on board the tith Massachusetts,
and a battalion of the Clh Illinois. In
cludinj; C'fiiiipanr A. of (Jen Carivt
son's brigade. The Columbia, which
left Cliarleslon practically siniiiltan
eously with the Yale, carried also a
part of (leu. (ianvtson's brigade,
tien. Miles was on the Yale.
Cen. C i u y V. Henry has two bri
gades in his command. The ll in
d ink's the ;J:-M and :4th Michigan ami
the ilth Massachusetts retriments.
The 2d brigade consists of liie i!li
Illinois, b'th Ohio and Gth Massachu
setls regiments. The bulk of this
brigade was expected to reach Jura
tfiia today. They are the Nth Ohio,
which sailed from New York on the
St. Paul, and the Massachusetts regi
ment and one battalion of the Illinois
regiment, which sailed from Charles
ton on the cruisers Yale and Colum
bia. Other Sixth Itt-ginieitl Hoy.
The other two Illinois battalions
were to leave on the Kita. a ship cap
tured from the Spaniards, but she
could carry only ;."!!. ami Companies
U nun .M were Ictt at l liarlestnn. It
is impossililc. therefore, that Con.
IUnrv will not be able to reach (ion.
Shaflcr's fn.nl wilh the bulk of his
command uulil lale today.
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
News ami flnssiii From the Town
on the Ileum-pin.
Milan. July 12. William Kure and
family enjoyed an outing last Sun-
Heed Wilson iseniployed at the ren-
eral store of K. H. (iirtoii.
John Hinderer has remodeled and
repainted the l.lack Hawk saloon.
James Johnston ' left Friday for a
visit with Arthur Wheeler, of Sterl
in;r. Harry Woerman, of SI. Louis, is
visitimjr, with O. II. Honens and
Miss Sadie Olmsted, of Chicago, is
visiting with her parents. Mr." and
Mrs. li. P.. Olmsted.
Mrs. K. 15. Oltiisled returned home
Friday, after a few weeks' visit with
relatives in Chicago.
Charles MeMichael and family, of
P.ural. spent Sunday with Mr." and
Mrs. J. K. MeMichael.
The fanners in this vicinity report
a large crop of hay and splendid
weal her for putting it up.
Miss Mamie Trent, of Port Hymn,
returned home Monday aflera wm-k's
visit with her brother,' II. . Trent.
John Mercer lett Saturday for
P.rown county. Kas., on a visit." after
which he will take in the Omaha ex
position. Miss Itulh OTIaver. assistant post
mistress, gave a reception at the home
of Postmaster and Mrs. It. F.. Little,
Thursday evening, to a few of her
friends. A line repast was served bv
Mrs. Little and a delightful time was
enjoyed by all.
Sunday" last Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kuehl entertained a parly of friends
and relatives from Davenport. Among
those present were Mr. ami Mrs.
Christ Kuehl and daughter. Sylvia.
Mr. and Mrs. Krnst Ilim and family,
and Mr. and Mrs. Krnt Coene and
family, ami Miss Sophia doene.
Playinfi rowi -terry r.r "trt ploy goos.
hrrry' is c-ii:::-.io;i f iiojvli it: ci :::!--cti(,-n
with rwc: thrarr;i;g. A lass ireivs a
walk with a lad. tut for so::n r. as..n
she docs not care to oal..:ie, so she
takes a friend, another Kill, ami the
friiud "plays g.Misclicrry. " S.i.nctii.u-s
the girl who i invited to hare the
walk refuses, saying, "Nay, 1'hi not
wing to ji'.ay gios.Mii rry. " The g-.rls
speak of tha I.ul ia th.is connect inu as
"pwsobeiTy fool." I'.y the way, gi?eu
gooseberries Ktewcd with a little water,
mashed, and sug.ir addt:d, rnustitnto
"liooscbcrry fool. " Not.-s and Cncrius.
Just In Time.
A "bntchcr's lad went to deliver Borne
meat nt a certain hnnso in Newcastle
whi.ro a ficn-e dog is kept. The lad en
tered the bark yard, and as soon as the
dog saw hi:u he pinned him against tho
walL In a short time the mistress of
the house ran out and drove the animal
uway. "Has he bitten yon?" she asked.
"Xoa,"said the lad, "aa kept him
of? by giving him your suet, an ye ju.;t
sua' iii tinio to save the beef. " Lou
C ui Fun.
There i no Question Alxmt It.
No question, indee.l. with those
who have used it. bit that Foley's
Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for
all kidney and bladder diseases. For
sale by f . II. Thomas.
SHAFTER A CAR HANDLER.
Army General Onre m Resident of Vales
bnrg. During the autumn of 185 a tall,
slim, tint broad-shouldered youtir fel
low, fresh from a term of years in a
country school up in Michigan, had
charge of a gang of workmen in the
C, B. & j. yards in Galesburg. says
the Galesburg Mail. He was famil
iarly known as Bill Shafter.
Karly in the fall young Shafter
walked into the home of Charles A.
Cothreu in Galesburg. an unexpected
visitor from Galesburg. Mich., where
the two families had lieen the closest
neighbors. Mr. Cothren was in charge'
of the freight department of the C.
B. & Q. railway, ami gave his young
visitor charge of a crew of men.
Traffic continued heavy for some time,
and as young Shafter tilled the posi
tion to his credit, he was allowed to
remain. His men could get through
with a piece of work in short order,
and could do it well. Even in his
new home Shatter enjoyed outdoor
sports. He was a good uaturcd. ipiiet
sort of a fellow while in Gnlesbiirr.
and although he did nt go out much,
yet lie was well liked by the young
men of the town who knew" him.
loWii on tho east side of the present
freight house there is theatilograph of
William Shafter daubed on with a
Late in the w inter of "fi he left for
his old home in Michigan, where he
was at work jvhen the war broke out.
and where he entered the army to
seek a military career.
onk-ial rrocrrillues or Last Night' Coun
City Council Boom, lbnk Island.
111.. July 11. The council met pur
suant to adjournment, all the alder
men present evcept Winter and
Wheelan. Aid. Mauckcr was elected
acting mayor in the absence of Mavor
Medill on mot ion of Aid. Johnson.
The clerk read the bids fur the im
provement of Thirtieth street, which
were referred to the street and alley
Flick & Johnson Construction Co.
llerea curbing. Hi cents per lineal
foot ; resetting .S cents per foot; pav
ing with macadam foundation. !.'':!:
per cubic yard; with concrete sl.4o:
storm water inlets 1S; l." inch pies,
o." cents per lineal foot; culvert.
Edwards & Walsh Construction Co.
Ct'rbing. Berea. 4" cents; resetting.
10 cents; paving, with Galesburg
brick and macadam foundation. $1.2:1;
with concrete. 1.41; inlet, iji; sewer
pipe. 70 cents: culvert. l.flo.
A petition from the People's Power
company for leave to ojk-ii a paved
street was granted.
The clerk read a petition from the
Rock' Island Teamsters' Protective
union and nearly one thousand citi
zens, asking that the Sennott Con
struction company be reipiired to
employ Rock Island teamsters on thf?
reservoir excavation in accordance
with the terms of the contract, ami
Charles J. Searle addressed the coun
cil in behalf of the justness of the
contention. A resolution offered bv
Aid. Pendur, granting the praver of
the petition and referring the matter
to a special committee, composed of
the mayor and three aldermen, one
of whom should be the present chair
man, was adopted. The committee,
as announced bv the chair, consists of
Mayor M.-diil 'and Aids. Mauckcr.
Johnson ami Surnian.
Aid. Elwell. from the ordinance
committee, reported favorably the
ordinance granting the Rock Island -Peoria
Railway company the right to
lay a side track across ' Eighth ami
Seventh streetsand ordinance ordered
consid"red. Passed by unanimous
Aid. Gall offered a resolution for
the placing in of a gutter on Twent v
sevcuth street ite'tweeli Eighth ami
Sixth-and-a-half avenue. Referred to
the street and alley committee to as
certain cost on motion of Aid. John
son. Adjourned on motion of Aid. Pen
'ier. A. 1). IItF-sing.
The Coiiini; Woman
Who goes to the club while her hus
band tends the Iniby. as well as the
good old-fashioned woman who looks
afi'-r her home, will both at times iret
run down in heal! h. They will lien
trouble with loss of appetite, head
aches, sleeplessness, fainting or di.v
spells. Tim lnost Wonderful renied'v
for these women is Electric Bitters.
Thousands of sufferers from lame
baek and weak kiduevs rise no and
call it blessed. It is lite medicine for
women. Female complaints and ner
vous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved by the us,. ,.f Electric Bitters.
IMicate women should keep this rem
edy on hand to build up the system.
Only ."0 cents per lioUie. For sale bv
Harlz & Ulleiiiever.
rilen! I'ilee! Mien!
Dr. Williams' Indian Tile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allavs
the itching at once, acts as a Miultice.
gives instant relief. Dr. Willi.-
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared on
lor piieg an. i in ning oi the
Parts, and nothin" els.. Frmi-
is warranted. Sold bv dru2,"ists
?ent by mail on receipt of price,
H-MIO ilUll fl TI ll..
Williams MAstFACTrisrs? Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen. Drnggist.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at once to 1
the curative properties of Doan's !
Ointment. Never fails. At any
drugstore. oi cents. For sale by Mar
shall & Fisher. " j
Thomas Smart has gone to Califor
nia. Otto Kock. of Pekin. 111., was in
the city yesterday.
James Battles and bride are here
for an extended visit.
Miss Sophie Bader. of St. Louis, is
visiting at the residence of Daniel
Scully iu Thirty-eighth street.
P. S. Xowerlaud, agent of the In
terstate Despatch at Peoria, was a
Rock Island visitor yesterday.
Miss Dollie Cool left today over the
Burlington for Colorado, 'where she
will spend several weeks in the moun
tains. Mrs. Phil Mitchell, accompanied bv
her mother. Mrs. Judd. h as gone to
Philadelphia for a visit at the hitler's
Mrs. M. E. Knox, who is visiting
her son. F. E. Moulin, leaves soon for
Denver, and from there goes to Orient
whero she has mining interests.
Galesburg Republicau Register:
Miss Ora Cunningham gave a partv
to a small company of her friends at
her home on South Prairie street in
honor of Miss Margaret Rrogan.
Miss P.rogau has In en em
ployed in the Mac kc it-Doiielau store
for nearly a year and a half, where
she has made many warm friends.
She 1ms recently resigned her Hisi
tion and leaves today for her home in
R ick Island, where, on Aug. It), she
will he married In Harry W right, of
Chicago, a well known and popular
salesman for the Henry A. Rice Rub
ber company. Miss Rrogan is a
charming young lady, and her de
parture from Galesburg is much re
gretted by her many friends, who.
however, rejoice with her in the ap
proaching happy event. A number
from this city will nitond the wed-
WORKING ON BRAINS.
Kol Specialists Urine "t a Novelty.
Afoodeiert at Battle Creek. Mich.,
connected with Ihe Posluni Cereal
company, limited, has produced a
food esMcially intended for rebuild
ing the brain. It is a well-know n fact
among physicians that cvamiuatioit
of ix-rspiration ami urine will tell
whether the individual has been ac
tively using the brain or not.
Brain work exhausts t he phosphates
which appear in tho excreta above
mentioned. Administration of inor
ganic phosphorous or phosphates does
not readily supply the waste, for nat
ure demands that phosphates be made
up and blended in food which she fur
nishes. Advantage has been taken of
this knowledge ami a scienlilic seleiv
tion of part of the grain has been
made, and t hese have been put through
mechanical processes parallel to the
processes through which food is
passed in its management by the hu
man digestive organs. The'refetv the
new- food is not only ready to serve
without cooking, h'ut it has passed
through the process where the
starches hare been changed to grape
sugar, and that with the protcids. or
ganic phosphates, etc., are at once
ready to be jtiickl v absorbed and
turned to use it! vitalizing and nour
ishing the parts of the body like brain,
solar plexus, and the delicate nerve
The new food has been given the
name of Grape-Nuts, ami far from
being a - crank's food." invalid's
food," or anyl hing of t hat sort, il is a
crisp, sweet novelty, f harming to the
athlete, brain worker, epicure, or in
valid. Grape-Nuts can be had of grocers,
and a trial dish for breakfast ."will be
found a pleasant experience.
The llolhiiiil Siilimnrliie Hunt.
All our rentiers are fiimlliiir with the II. il
lurid Sul.niartne bolt, with w Ui-ti it is i jssiiilo
to fi about coinfletciy ntiiVr water. If Hi"
enemy have a biir a -ship lyimr In a s' rotiflv
f.r ilieil hsrb-r. the bjiit can be submert-'-il
sum! riinUe iss way to the s in. place a iMi.ver
fi I ef losive under i! arc lilo it to pieces
wilii.iit :i;icariL;; al. ne a:tr. Wiilla this
b.i; ; seoretlv ih-striys sl:is of the eneo.y.
IIo:c:ier's Sioiuacti I.iiteis likewise af.:ic-!;s
uial overcomes flan serous ii-.e-.ws. A lew
doses will nic relief in any stotaai'h. liter r
l.in.il iiisonler. 1 tie Hitters col only ran; the
sick, but prevent the well from lieeorainL'
sick. Tbey should te taken by all wh- need a
Mniy Tells a C:ise nf SelM Vfense.
l ana. His.. July 1J At O ne S'jn lay
AH" :l i r.-o:.s and .l.i.n s .bin .;. e
or. .1. I"i::c's roatr il piavd tra'n e:;i
l'i ;, s i-oL-.i.i.- ir.vo:e.i in a il.:ii u ty.
I". is n- -.fa-V-! 1 ,i..ne- wi:h a :a-r.
w!.; r tijon Jor.'-f ilit-'.v a r-y. I-.er and
Fh. t lr-t.r. throat-h the ht-a t. l ite
tun ri'-r'n Jury n iiIereil a v.-rdict cf
Many feoj.le Cannot Itrluk
Coffee at night. It s-ils their sleep.
Veil can drink Grain-O when you
plea-e and sleep like a top. For
Gr.iin-O docs not stimulate; it nour
ishes, cheers ami feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the lu st coiToe. For
nervous persons, young people and
children, Grain-O i's the perfect drink.
Made from pure grains. Get a pack
age from yoi.r grocer today. Trv it
in place of coffee. 1.1 and :J- cent's.
Ifim't Slop Him.
lie has a bad attack of colic and is
making for Thomas'' drug slore after
a bottle of Foley's Colic (hire. l'.
cents. For sale bv T. IL Thomas.
Win your battles against disease bv
acting promptly. 0;,e. Minute Cough
Cure produces immediate results.
When taken early it prevents con
sumption. And in later stages it
furnishes prompt relief. T. H.
ThoniTjs. A. J. Rici-s and M. F. Bahn
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Who Has Cured
Onr TaectrU M.iohm- for
t-eire em.-n; m Ner0us
A Hay i
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
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NERVOrs HKBII.rrV, Exhaustive Drains. Slwplessness. Threatened In
': :lk 'Jemcry. Mentji I)clutou. or any other couUiton due m nervous euausii.iu.
Asthma. Rhcuniatisin. Scrofula.
Msti-iu' o Vn,ei;i,. ill- seises can tic quickly anl iiernianently curd liy our adviuuu-d
VARlCt H'F.I.K is the most, active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
ni'".?,!! '," "' " Bn,rn e cii iramee y.m a permanent cure in sewn ilavs hj lur nain-l.-s-
m-lhiHts. Ii v.iroeele eun-il in lli.-ec ilays t:o .4iu.
WOMKX suffering from diseases jH-culiar to her sex. should consult us.
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Rock Island, III.
PARI DON &
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more ttari li verrs' ntc rrr.ap" ;l
clAtsn, uzi Ijrpuro ctj Lcr.ct worth i; ur.rquallr 1 '
ONE CENT .1 Cup.
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Life is Health
IR. J. K WALSH.
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FOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
Goods Made to Order.
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