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THE AUGUS. MONDAY, JULY 18, 1898.
TVANTID-a COOK AT NO. 1 SEVEN
' teeotta itreet.
AVTEO-GIFr. FOR HOUSEWORK AT
.i rweniy-urst street.
WANTED-A LAUNDRESS AND WAIT-
res at tbe Watch Tower. Apply at
YV ANTED - A COMPETENT SECOND
kti: irooa waCT. inquire at lolo Sec
Vr ANTED WASHING AND IRONING OR
upu!-ieniiiK in an oy me a ay or week.
"TAXTED-AN t'NKt'RNISHEU ROOM-
near i wentiem Mreet. inquire at re
terson's, a Twentieth street.
"WANTED--FIVS OR SI ROOM MOD-
-rn bouse or Hat In i?ood neighborhood
-n ciniumon auoui tne ijtn ol Auxust. Ad
dress lix S46 city.
" ' A N'TED S M A IX GIRL TO HELP DO
1 lire U2 frourth avpnun. Molina. 111 fall
i yini v - u. iu a p. ru.
"lrANTED-HOARD AND ROOM WITH
private family by young lady: refer-
rr.w-. ixianunir nouses neca not answer.
jjuiiress ai. c, i HE A Hi. IS.
UfANTKnTflTI? A np iril ATO i VP vi-it
v to offer for fsVi'jn Htock of roods In
-mairy K-nrer umnt goon Diikinesi: proprie
tor nick ana must neU or trade. Gordon &
. "WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
' tip adveriumr ulirns: 112 50 weekly;
teafly work. Send 10 cent for postage, annv
i uuuk OTuicme compsny, t&ji iorta
Colorado street. Philadelphia. Pa.
. A NTKD -A LIMITED N I'M HER OF
persons to Ho n rlllnu at their homes.
Twenty nve com paid for every bmdred
words. Promptness and nood wo-k necessary.
A ppliRatlims miwt be accompanied by in cents
for particulars. Address: The Sioux City
Hushu-ss college. Sioux City. Iowa.
A 1 r A NTED TO IIAN MONBY ON 1)1 A
' niumts. watches, jewelry. hardware,
miislrul Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
furniture, etc. Iliirhcst cash price's
paid for second hand iroods of all kinds also.
I'ho uhove khk!s for salt; at half ibe usual
stor prices. Allbiisinevttransaetlonsstrictly
contldrnllnl. His new number and lovatlon.
l-.':i Second avnnue. Iinn't lorjjet it. J. W.
Jons. Tworinicson l:U7.
tOR RKNT-OFHCK KOOrj OVER DAVID
Ott RENT THREE OFFICE ROOMS
"cr i sj j uiro avenue.
IOI RENT 'iHOD HA UN. CENTRALLY
I'M-ii'ed. Address "X ' this otllcc.
"If OK Ur.NT-THE STORE ROCM AT 1810
Thlid avenue. Apply V. Dauler.
"Ltolt RENT -DESK RTOM IN RET!Y
X Iron', ofnet. Hooin 4. alu-hcll & Lrnde
IOII RENT -ROOMS WITH HOARD IN
rry nirnl locution, at moderate rate.
Inquire at Thk A ttucs ollli-c.
L'f? RENT-FIVE OK J KJHIM FLAT IN
X lmsnrs part of -ttv. with all modern
rnnvnii.-ni'es. Aprilyat Keid.v Itros .
IOIt IIKNT Nl ELY FTNI3HEI FRONT
riMims. itihhI InMe boanl, (.-as. l ath, all
miMli-rn t-onveniinecs. ;:ii buveute-.-tnh
ItENT KIOHT-mmM HOl'SE. Ft'R--
ni:e hrar. iiiiMlt-rn Inipnm-nients. K!
TwrniiPth irrrf. Int. KY Apply to Hayet
A I lratcluml. lu-nvston block.
J Am RENT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE.
Thirteenth street and Seoond avenue.
I 'M ' A pply lo KE btaCord at Jaluoo
410R RENT-RESIDENCE OF 14 ROOMS.
A i-omer of Nineteenth street and Seventh
aeune. with nil modem Improvements. Ap
ply Reldy Itros.
RENT A FINK HOUSE WITH
t-U-hl rli'k'iinl rooms: larittr dry cellar: sew.
raire and waterworks: hcauiiiul shade trcrs.
and deslrpalile n'lt.'hliorhiMHl. Corner Fifih
avriiur and Forty-third street. Honk Island.
See premises and apply at H '1 wc-ntv-third
UOR SAI.F.-A SQUARE PIANO. A IV
L dress '.n" care of A Hot's.
i.oh sAi.K-Twor.ooDiiuiLiiiN; irrs.
I ant ISO feet, near C, It I & P. depot, a
bargain, ti. Ion.
K BI.E-A NEW RUIIHER TIRED
X trap in tirst elass eondition. A barvaln if
taken at onee. Address -1J. a," THS AhoI'h.
FOR SALE CHEAP. FoUR HIVES ITAI
Ian bees, hives ami honey boes com
plete. Inquire for U)itab:iiiKh at 3110 Fifth
IfOK S A f .E N I N E-A CRE FRUIT FARM
All kinds of tnilt: ko.kI buildings: near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon,
t. onion H How man.
11 R SALE-CHEAP: f:0o CASH AND
Miiall Incumbrance takes a very neat cnt
tape on the hlujTs. Who wants It quick at that
prx-e? tiordun A llowman.
T.TOS SALE-COAL IN ANT Q0ANTITT
X' of tu bsrhela or oyer at KM per ton, de
livered C. O. I), to any part of tbe olty. Lesre
orders at Corcrrireial bo"e hr Ijor shop. Rook
lslaad. or Fjios James, Milan.
IftVl SAI.E-CIIF.P Lots IN MMS
ter sadili I 't old b i-eri.ii ronuds. These
lots will be sold Irnin two iipwanl: s;nH
amminr down, h ilancr on Ion? ilnn at a per
cent Kc dy llios.. room , MI.ericU A l.yndc
1jt"IU8AfV-A NEAT OFFICE CAHINET
with .Im,ii X0d i1err.nl slides, suittbla fur
fllln leral Irl.tuks or an? description of papers
In flat form to be kept io hape for wntm
A rompreheiislvc Index connected. Just the
thin for any ofllcn wlih nootr-vets, etc., to
Ml. Address II K. I'... rare if Tim AHiiCS.
I OST- A IUkU InTrENcTTteTwTtH
leather cover. Finder return to 7.W
Nineteenth street and receive reward.
WRITE TO FCLTON A YEAGLIY,
V Denton. Tex., if yoq have accounts,
notes or judgment vs. Teaa parties ttst you
desire setiletl or compromised.
SJTRW HORSE -TAKEN UP HY JOHN
t H. Hurkett. on Hot island. 111. Is a brown
pony tnarf shout 10 rears old. one white foot
little white on head, a faw white hair on
h.l.-U USI h. sonic cuts anil yeses on Iep.
Aildresn Jobs II. Hurkett. .Milan. III.
Moil's Nerverine Pills
'' fins of either
sex, suen - Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Mjnhood, Impotatcv, Niftitry Emjj.
lions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cessive use ol Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. SI .00
Pff box hy maJ 6 boxes for $5.00.
For saV by it F. Bahasen. dnj.-ist. ouraer
. . r. . . . . . ........
vutta arenu saw sweniteia sueet.
From Extreme Nervousness.
1IIAT no one remedy can contain the
elements necessary to euro all diseas
es, is a fact irell knOTn tn
lr. Miles' fyiifcm ot Restorative Remedies
consists of seven distinctively different
preparations, each for its ow n purpose.
Sirs. L. C. Bramley, 37 Henry St., St. Cath
erines. Ontario, writes: "For yaars I suf
fered frociextrema QrvmiEnocanfi
- - ' ....
lnp constipation, developing into palpitation
and weakness of the heart. T fiiin,t,i.t.
siccp, suffered much front headache, pain in
my left side, palpitation and a constant
ieeuo;oi weakness aim prostration. I bejan
nslng l)r. Miles' Nervine, Heart Curo and
Nerve and Liver Puis and the Actl-Pa!n
Pills fci relievo sudden lumTVCfn. rf Ml.
and hcadarnc. I &xu felt much improved
ana tne pains and aches and weariness left
me. I then took lr. Miles' ntr.n
Tonic and am now restored to mj former
Dr. Miles' Kemedies
aro sold by ail drug
gists under a positive
euarantee. Orat bottle
I Vn'V I
benefits or money re
funded. Book on tit-
eases of tho heart and
nerves free. Address.
DU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkbart. lao.
A Social Enter
or any iiiiil-suinmcr niht so
ri:tl function should include
lee Cream, Fruit Iocs, Xes
solrode ruddins. Fancy Ice
Creams, Tutti Frutti, and a
.selection (if our fine.
Fancy Assorted Cakes, Mac
caroons or any of the choice
liakery (ioods for which wc
arc famous and which we
will deliver to you so that
you can serve in the svvellcst
manuer if desire!.
KRELL S MATH
don't want vu to forget
thpir IVrfcct Home Made
Rread. Ask your procer
t for it.
Phone 1156. 1710-171S Second Avenue.
the opport unity U wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy catinj cream all the
more because it leaves a tool
impression after it. and doei
not. like some drinks, lower
the temperature a littie only
lo raise it much more after
ward. Younjr men who
adopt onr ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
TO SEE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Bock lelandars Derldfl on a Trip to tTnrle
Sam's Pacific Possessions.
Dr. G. E. Babcock and AdelLert
Dart have decided on a trip to the
Hawaiian Islands. They intended
We are just going; to lotk the
country over at least we have nosh
ing further in contemplation now,"
said , Dr. Babcock this morning.'
There are excellent opportunities
there if we are to believe what we
read, the climate is tine; although a
little warm probably for us northern
ers and altogether it is a country far
ahead of Cuba. Then, too. the "jieo
ple like Americans, and are now in
the heighth of enthusiasm over hav
ing been taken In-neath the wing
of Uuele Samuel, and I lielieve
this is the time to go there,
not only for pleasure, but with an
eye to taking advantage of business
snaps. I will not say that I am going
in search of opportunities, but if anv
tempting ones present themselves 1
am not the one to let them go bv.
"The country has its advantages
and disadvantages, so I am told, ami
one of the latU-r is 40-inch raiu falls.
I suppose it would Ins well to .carry
stilts. But I am troinir to iiivestifate.
The iurv selected to dc.id,. it,..
benefits of the propsed Thirtieth
street improvement returned its ver
dict Satm-dar evening at 6:30. affirm
ing the assessments against the prop-
i-ii man nut tnrce eases, in wnicti re
ductions were made as follows: Mar
garet A. Sample. La V. block 4. Hod
man's addition, from gtf::i.!i5 to
1227.50: C. M. Osborn. south 141 feet
f north -.'Hi' of east 125 fed of bit -'4
Hale's addition, from $302.15 to $282;
. u. Osborn. lot 1. Howard's third
addition, from $1,674.15 to $1,301.
l lie case consumed two weeks in the
ounty court, the arguments to the jury
lieinir finished at noon Saturdav. (
M. Osborn. of Chicago, and iVilliam
Jackson, of this cttv. appeared for
he objectors, and "citv Atim-nev
Marshall defended the assessment.-
1 he intention of the citv is to nush
the improvement thruiigh this sea
A False Alarm.
The lire companies en-ra-'ed in a
wild goose chase at noon vesterdav,
responding to a false alarm sent iu
from )n 61, located at Twenty-sev
enth street and Eijrhth avenue. It
was all a mistake. Mr. Miller, who
gave the call, says titer was a light
in an alley in the" neighborhood, and
a number of ladies, apparently much
excited over the affair, came' to him
with the kev and rciiuested him to
call for the police, but he pulled the
THE COISTY TEMPLE,
July 16 Anna Bennett bv master
to Kock Island Mutual Loan & Sav
ings association, lot 8. and n 35 feet
lot 7. Balch & Fraer's snlxliv.. cl
block 61. Chicago or lower add., Kock
Mary Ann Buckley Roach to Mrs.
James Davis, lot 1!. block 2. vilbi.re
of Coal Valley, $60.
Harriet E. Allen to Marv E. Schnei
der, w 47 feet lot 4. Keator's sillidiv..
outlot 22. 35. 18. -w, $2,700.
Something to Know.
It may be worth somethiu-r toknow
that the verv best, reineilv fur roti-.
ing the tireil out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts bv
giving tone to the nerve centers in
tiie stomach, srcittlv stimu ales the
liver and kidneys, aiid .aids these or
gans iu throwing off impurities in the
blood. Electrie Bilters improves the
appetite, aids digestion, and is pro-
nouuceo ny inose wno have tried it as
the verv let blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try it. Sold for 60 cents or
il per bottle at Hurt. fc Ullemeyer's
Have Yon a Son. Brother.
Husband or lover in the anuv or
navv? Mail him todav a 5.."i-rni
package of Allen's Footn asc, a jkw
der for the feet. All who march.
walk or stand need it. It cnrr ini,.
ing. tired, sore, swoollen. tweatiii"
feet, and makes hot. tight or new
shoes easy. Feet can't blister ,rM
sore or callous where Allen's Fool-
ease is used. 10,000 testimonials.
All ilniff-'ists and shoe storcK sell t
25 cents. Sample sent free. Address
Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, X. Y.
The Chief Burgess of Milesbur".
Fa., savs DcWitt's Little Early Risers
arc the hest pills he ever used in his
familv during 40 tears of house kecp-
uig. j un cure constipation, PICK
headache and stomach and liver
troubles. Small in size but great in
results. T. H. Thomas, A. J. Kiess
and M. F. Bahuscn. druggists.
A woman's han1
is smooth and white it
save her liands
3 Plii lit
to do lit-r clr an:r.g. If her hand is
: ..i. . . . , . :ii ... ,
it. ami tut la sun usui); mc
i "i . .i .... .
ny uvii i tuu use .xoai
Dust Washing Towder?
Lar-ept psckafe greatest economy.
THE N. K. FAIRBKNX COHFV.T.
: S f SrS Chicago. St-Loui. Nw York. S
' sBostsn. PhL'adelptiia. sVV
POLICE . COURT MATTERS
A Coaple Flood for fast Driving -Hand
O'Brien Bound Over.
There were, two cases in the police
Frank Wright, claiming to hail
from Chicago, and May Day, a Daven
port woman, were gloriously iairied
Saturday night, and were cuttin?;
hilarious capers alxnit the streets in
a buggy. They were lined $2 apiece
ior last tirivins. inov paid.
Frank Smith, a hobo, was sentenced
to 10 days' work on the streets
Justice Hawes Saturday afternoon
held Maud O'Brien to the jn-and
jury in bonds of $150
A stranger srivinj his name as J. A.
Egan, arrested Saturday night bv
Capt. Eckard. in accordance with in
structions from Sheriff (ininu, of
t ambridge, on suspicion of being one
oi two parties who murderously as
saulted Charles Ol'ni at Cambridge
Saturday, has leen released. Olin's
assailants have since been captured
John Dolly is in Chicago. t
William Kinner has returned from
Rev. C. A. Meunicke left this morn
ing for Fcoria.
Miss Eliza Jones left today for Salt
Lake City. Utah.
E. A. Jamison, of Peoria, was in
the city yesterdav.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Dutlin. of
Morrison, Sundaved in Rock Islaud,
Congressman (icm-'c W. Prince and
Hon. John T. Piatt, of Calesl.nrg
wtsrij iti the cifv today. P
Miss Bertha R. Lodewiek. of Al-
1 V If , . ... . .. ...
oanv, i.. is visiting at tne Warner
home on Moline avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rose and fain
ily left this morning for Michilluida,
Alien., to spend the summer.
Misses Clara Rice. Edna Kerr and
May Carl are visiting with friends
near lay lor Kidge for two weeks.
Mis. Lowe, of Iowa Citv, who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Donohue, left this morning for Gales-
Prof. C. O. (iranderc. who resigned
from the chair of Latin at Auirustana
college, has accepted a call to the
onice ol librarian.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Mack have jrone
to Lake George. X. Y., where Mr.
Mack will attend the national senate
of the National Union.
Mrs. William Jackson, Mrs. H. C,
Whitridge, and Mrs. George Babcock
leu tins morning lor Ocean Grove. X
J.. to spend the summer.
Hugo O. Tcuschcr. of Vinccnnes
Inil.. spent Sunday in the. city with
Ins wile, who is visiting with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hans
A. P. Graves. bairiMireman at the
C. R. I. & P. depot, is off on account
of sickness. John Rush, nightman, is
serving in his place. 1 H. Collins i
holding down the night watch.
G. E. Blakeslev left today over the
Milwaukee for Geneva Lake, Wis.,
ami iroin I here will go for a visit to
Washington and Red Oak. X. J., the
scenes of his youth. He will return
about Sept. 1.
Ward Off Attacks.
"My limbs were swollen and pain
ful, but thev are much lmtter sinoe I
have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla. For
many years I hate been subject to
attacks of kidney trouble, but now
whenever I have any symptoms of
tne iron me, 1 take Hood s Sarsapa
rilla and it wards off the attacks."
Marv A. .Miller, Bu.lu. 111.
Hood's Pills are the only pills lo
take with Hood's Sarsnparilla. Be
sure to get noon s.
ilve the Children a lirink
Called Grain-O. It is a delicious, ap-
pntiziitg, nounsning loon drink to
tase inn piace. or conee. Sold bv all
grocers and liked hv all who "have
used it. because when properly pre
pared it tastes like the finest "coffee
but is free from all its injurious prop-
eiucs. urain-w aids digestiou and
strengthens the nerves. It is not a
stimulant, but a health builder, and
children as well as adults can drink
it with jrreat benefit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffwe. 15 ami
are expressions frequently heard about
Foley's Kidney Cure. Do not fail to
try I his great remedy for all kidnev
trouble. I or sale by T. II. Thomas,
nevlls In Petticoat. '
The f?ll!SciMiu nA 1 .
- o,o iviiurica to nave
raid when tuty first saw th h;wt -,a
.....us, ,vc tuougiit we had co
to fieht with men. but find devils
POfYiiiiiLnte a tl . I . . V
tells ttie tnV I
.-hows she uses her head to
that she u-es
rough, wrinkled .-.n I shrunken
1 1 . '
ui - i soap ana soaa combination.
A.. . ,
TOO MUCH FAKE WRESTLING
Faraaer Burns Gives Hi Reasons for Quit
ting tbe Business. -
Farmer Martin Burns, who, as
stated in Saturday night's Aittit s, has
quit wrestling, probably for good, ex
plained to a reporter in Dcs Moines.
while there w ith a string of race
horses. He said:
..T nm . 1 1.1 .. ...a r . i v..
alii eiuiaun uui ui ine oiiauiess
as a wrestler from now on. I do a
little wrestling around homeonee in a
while to keep my hand in. but do not
travel anv more and am not look in
for big matches. The fact is there is
no money in the business now. There
have leeu so many fake wrestling
matches and so many men of promt
nenee in the business have gone over
the country giving what pnriorted to
le matches for blood, but what were
in reality fixed matches with an un
derstanding of how the money was to
be cut, that the people will not at
tend them any longer. I am in the
horse business now and am making
enough out of it, so I do not believe I
will kave it to go back to wrestling'
In ono of the most fashionable dif.
fc1cts of Paris a mock marriage was re
cently planned for the rnrpose of secur
ing a rather dangerous luimtio. An at
tractive young person named Mllo. Do-
laplnme was sitting in her boudoir the
3ther day in a house, situated in a
street off the Boulevard St Germain
Suddenly a riug came to the door, and
ono of her servants, having opened it.
ushered in a well dressed man looking
like a superior sort of valet He told
Mile. Delaplume that he had a letter
from oue of her friends, a eouutoss, and
as tho yonng wman put her hand out
to receive tho missive tho stranger
seized her fingcis, prcsM-d thein to his
hps and thm, Finking on his knees.
made a passionate declaration of lovo
and offered to marry her.
Mile. Delaplnmo saw by tlie man's
ryes that lie was dangerously mad, and.
fearful of a tragedy, sho accepted his
offer with apparent calmness. Then she
invited the strango visitor to the may
or's office in order to have tho nuptial
knot tied. Tho man accompanied her
with alacrity to tho establishment in
question, where a secretary, informed
of tho real state of affairs, pretended to
read the civil marriage regulations.
Tho mock bridegroom was then taken
Ly a detective to tho police depot nnder
the delusion that he was bound for a
pastry cook's, there to givo an ord,er for
a sumptuous wedding breakfast. The
man was, it appears, formerly employ
ed as a valet by one of Mllo. Delap
lumo a mends. Fans totter.
A Brilliant Fraud.
A small weekly magazine was started
hero 11 years ago by two hustling young
men. One was editor, the other "writer
and paster. " They clipped, extracted
and rewrote. An advertising agent was
employed on a commission of 25 per
cenr, ana it was a caution tho way ho
filled np the pages with black typo and
enrs. Some contracts were made for a
month, some f'sr three .months, ponie
for a year. The only cash in advance
wns half of tho commission, which M as
paid as soon as tho contract was turned
Prosperity peeped from its pages. Tho
magazino rapidly crew-fat. In tho sec
ond week tho American News comhy
ordered 14,000 copies. Mon?y flowed
out like corn from a hopper and not a
cent came iu. The writer and paster
went around at tho end of the mouth to
collect from the 30 day adverti.-rs and
what do you suppose happened? Ho fail
cd to find onct Every advertisement was
a f rund. There were no ench names, no
sticli businesses, no such addresses as
tho agent brought iu for publication.
Ho happened to hnve an engagement in
New Jersey on that fateful day and
never has been seen since. Contracts
supposed to be worth $10,000 were not
worth a tent The magazine died.
Isew lork Press.
fa ISurtdliint Nunnery.
Sir Charles Gordon's "Rocollpctinni
of Tlurty-nino Yertrs Iu tho Armv'
contains this anecdote: "In 1S00, at
Tien-tsm, tne two Cordons, when seek
ing for hospitil Kites, camo across a
jjucumist nunnery. jJespite tho warn
ings of one of tho inmates, who annear
ed in boy's clothes, they entered the
building and lonwl that the inmates all
wore malo clothing. Tho Buddhist
women were greatly shockod at tho in
" 'Our regret. ' savs Sir Charlea. "wns
real, fcsiilanations wereesehamred. V
wrro informed that tho community
within adopted male coptnme as an in
dication that they not oulv rennnnrwl
the world, bnt with it tho emblem of
their sex. W e were 'received by the
lady superior, tea and cakes offtred to
and partaken of by ns. We were then
permitted to visit the 'private chart L'
and finally we parted from tbe rv-
ugieuses on tne test or terms. "
Cruel Span buds.
Spanish officers as Well as men penpr.
ally incline to cruelty aud treachery.
Here is a story iu point, told by an ex
"In Alcala. the Gnardia Civil tW
is, one of the crack troops was after a
robber band. One of tbo robbers was
caught Being promised a full
he gave away his comrades. This mail
had no sooner signed the paper that
served as his death warrant for hi Ut
friends when the officer In charge said.
v e win Dcgin witn him. The robber
was immediately shot in the bar;k J hn
When Von Take Tour Vacation
the most necessary article to have
with you (after your pocket booki is
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
lerangements of ttielmwcls caused ,v
a change of water. Yon are likely to
need it. for sale iv l.tl.l nomas.
T Cam Constipation rorove.
It & C C. 1U r care, dT0(giau retud Money.
J I aai wm un r iu m aWT L I
1E3 ajl KT. EPS iJlW K
MM'i at rJleV sajfl njw
WV MHT nurasni nienrm ai.
exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by UuvUle, which win be gives
you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in ciacumfarencc, are free of any snggestion of
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only io
the manner specified. The subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsoady embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept
The Elixir of
Have You Cot It?
If not, consult
ently located in
Who Has Cured
Onr Electric Machine for
fetreuttnent ol Ni-rvnim
Diseases, hneumatism and
A Kay aura.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NEKVOUS DKHILITY. Exhaustive Irain. SleepWones. Threatened In
minlt v. A'e:il; Memory. Mesial Delusions, or any olber coodltoa flue to rervous exhaufttoa.
CATAUUII. lHsK.psia. Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula. Syphilis. Blood.
" i.iwr uu mid LfiMTsc cu oc quicHij aaa ponnaaeDiJy oureu iit our aavanaec
KysieBi of iDi-dii-ine.
VAI!l('(K'KLE is tho most active, now of Nervous Dehilitf. Why twat
month un fiihcrs aha re iruarantee jrou a permanent care in seven aara bv onr nafa-
ltfss mutbuts. Uyurovcle curmi in ilirce d4vs-no iiaia.
W'OMtlX suffering from discuses
n nnve -ureo m:.v rses girvu tip as nopeieM. and we may l able to aare yon. ft urn),
eul oiH.-mious iM-rlormrd at our L .nio If (Inured. Atxlmninai and vrain surrerr a wanlalk.
OCR ( Ui:i)KNTIALS AX!) TUSTIMOXIALS AUK TI1K ItKST. Thn num
erous nrktinn K-nron. ems . hst e n--l-.-d fnmi the neaspiip-rs furour remiirkalile earns
In both medieul and suriful CHss. is priMif eouciustte iht our iMtvstir- metbooa aiif
where all oth-rs lull. Then-foro. no not waste time a Ith others, but ennsult us al ouce and
ro.-aiu your l-i-i beailh Thi-ia Is a Mw:r In evnrv discaMt tliut rnn le mired Navn
y.iu pa-s. U Unit t:ii.-e. If not do not eiperlment anv lonirer. hut consult us at onoe rtti
thennori-. weoflcrll.-Kni to any one nriivi'iic our credentials false We make it un obleot
to Invesiii-atr mi's. Noo h-r stM-?i:uist pfl.-rs suh a fair nronosltloa. fiSI.Y CUKAHI.K
C.SV:s TAKrN. Itcst ot reft.-nii aud crwk-ot liU if von c-aniiot eali writ, iiua
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OFFICE 121- ViEST THIRD STREET, aTCCllflUGH BU1LDLC, DAVEXPOET, U
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Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under the
K0FEY L0AEED C3 PESS05AL COLLATES iL 01 mat. ESTATE 8E0TJBITI
J. M. B'iford. president.
John f 'ruba'iim. Vice lrenldeijt.
V. breeuawall. CawUm.
Be;aa busier J'llv i I"" aed orrnipv the
S i. c-rr.r.rot NiteheU at LvnOet
FREE for a few months to all Men of tht
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iraa
Brand). To induce yon to try tola brand of
starcho that you may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and ecos
ony are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a series of
lion To Get Then:
All rntrhwr of thnw W emit or
! So-nt pnekagrwof Elartir Ktarrh
(Flit fmn Rraadi. ancnii(lrd lii
reive fnun tbeiramrrr tint of lh"sa
rmnutiful Game tHaanea fr. Ttra
rlaqoea will not tm vent hr mail.
Tl)i caa be obtained only f run jrour
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do not Way. "Hiis offor
is fur a short lime mj.
Life Is Health
rR 3. r. walph.
Ui of Oilpiir. fxrmer
l.v Hiirroon-ln-Cliief ol tH.
Anibony a liukiuiiU,
rx-coliar to her sex, t-hould consult a.
Until your Lawn
and Plants are
dried up before
you look after
your Hose and
If you have none,
wc can supply
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. . fable. Wm. WiloAnoa,
Jokn ( -nthaora, Mid Ml I eatdl.
It. P. Hull. U ftimoa.
K W Hmsn, I. M. Bufurd,
Solicitor JaeUon k HunL