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THE ARGTTS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1898.
m t room
x 2H. city.
imSTOV WAS TO SlOW (JEASS AND
V ckeao yard. Apply at The A tf.va office.
tol at Lome or ly
10 Tenth flreet-
the day.' Call at
T.NTfD-TO KKXT. A FIVK OR SIX
riMirn house alHat tLa fvt of September.
AdJresxt H. it. T.." Aiv.r- olnce.
TATKJl-TWO f.oon MI-aTLKRS TO
ncII i-mtaiimen -oeei.iiuea. Apply tQ
F V. Ovennirt-. Pircoml avenue, Khk
II f A N T KTJTD TK A T TB-
ti t oner-tor v-fe.
-WHAT HAVE TOTJ
tn--k of rood m
country a-orer imif irood b'i-neart: proprie
i'r Kick and must acll or trade. Gordon c
Ho man. I
r ANT:i-PO.MTION AS HOOKItEKPKR.
tV .leiiiirrarher or eeneral oClee help by
yo-.i:k ui.in williiijr to work. 'an furnish the
l.e.t of references. Addre -- W. M. Harris. Wl
upc f LEAGUE DAY Hi CAMP.
y;jS Interesting Exercises atthe Wood- j
land Tabernacle in Tin-
WEEK'S; CROP CONDITIONS
1 T A VI Kli-ONK
ill lU'fti htni-sekt"
on two r:oMs tor
Dint? with a priv:t; fjrr
llv. Ia'.n i.et -?ri TwelftLi a rut Twi'fitv
Mtb Ktr Ih AdrleH imiiieiiatI V to -J. IS .'
care Aiin Myers A: Co.
r ANTED TO LOAN MONEY TjIA
II iuou'Is, walcbeH. jewelry, hardware.
TiiiiMcuJ lusirumentH. bicvcslt;. clot-hintf, ury
v4l. furniture, etc lliKbest cali prl?
fr Ntfoud band ifoori of ulJ kinds fJ-o.
'I li j.Im'iv Koods for naie at half tbe usjti
M'in- pri; All bu.HlaeHtrunuetion MtrlctiT
i-iirjnsriiLi;tl. HIh new oumiHT und locU'n.
I'. : Second avenue. ivn L forget it. J. W.
Junex. Two riiijf on IM7.
,KJK RKNT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
1V)R RKNT THRKK OFFICE
orer 17U Third avenue. -
JHjR RENT-DESK ROOM IK REIDT
1 Mros'. otnee, Room 4, taltchell & Lynde
J-WK RENT NICK
loom a, Ituford block.
to John T. JitaiTurd,
"I - jit R I :.VT -R ES I W.S C K
I rvner of Nineteenth sweet and Seventh
.ly Racidy Pro.
OF U ROOMS.
modern- improvements. A p-
noK BENT SEIT. I. TWO STEAM
J healed room in Hurst block: suitatile for
ofti-eM orpiiratc iipariiuontM. Apply at Jauk-
s4ri & liumi a oitu-e.
L'ui; sai..: two noon mlildin; lots
JT Ttnf. ii feat, near C. It P. depot.
bartraui. i. k.
J krallri v arid
I"OKTHI.E IMIOT' KJKAl'H
iuiirueijt eiieap for " tl.
Atllrei ;u' HimIhou. Cable. 111.
Llf-K SAtE-CIIKAl- MANTLE AND
JL icratr irate ban not been Hi d but a (vr
tinier. Eij'iUlre ai Simon atovnftl(larV
OU HAI.H-NIJTf-ACRK KRriT FA KM.
AU khida of fruit: voo1 buildln;-. near
town. A fm ain for teocce one If taken soon
lordou St Dowman.
8AI.K A ,'
ANTITV OF FL'RNI-
l-omN will be kouI a
jiivir on reauiia:!u 1 er:ii). Apply at
ir. Twentieth street.
1 t ure and boiisfrholtl
I Wfllli H I
TWO HALF A 'RE U ITS IN
uti-dtvision. Suuh Km-k Island.
A l.arcan If taHen at ui-e. Apply to Ueorite
y KoiA, Mjmjuio Temple.
LM.i! SALE -AT A
f:irm tifar iowti.
1I rtieap in settle an
.in ebfup fox e.4h.
F'ls of Iruit. 'l'o lit?
tvuie. Ilt-re is a bar
N'i trade, (lonloti a:
IjTOR BALE COAL. IN ANY QUANTITY
X1 of buahala er oyer mi i'iSO per ton, de
livered C. O. D. o any part of the elVT- Leare
r.idcrs at C uurrauu bouno barber anop, Kook
llaad. or Enua Jaiaoa, Milan.
T-xiu jtAi.R-cnri trrs iv mmas-
I ter H aldltit"n,old h.is ikil rrrtunrti Ttiesc
Iikm will be ail4 fror.i i w t.pwaru: niuall
ariHiiiuv dom n. balance cm l't.r urns at A pr
'i-nt. llt-.ity itrua.. room t. .V ichcli it Lycdr
MOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CAHINKT
X1 with, a turn t (O d.tfitreni KildeH. aultabie for
Vlirg lecal blanks or any description of paper
In ti at form to be kept in L ipe for wtitfne.
A comureheriire Ir-dez oin.ctcitd Just the
(lilag for any office with oor'-mcts. etc., to
tile. AddrMM H. Iu C. eare of Tub Aitura.
OST- PLAIN :t r KINil WITH INI-
tlaN'ii. F II . Kiuner lua c at iLi oaice
:iiil be rcw arded.
IjV'H LEASE FOR A T r.':M OF YEARS
I ir ftr tvale on easy
1 1 Klirhteemh street. i
Niti Ji ijanert. A. UenVd
"ril bv Mw-Ilarpi-r
TAlIiKl.Ni; AN1 iUll'l'T-
tiliK S-liol - PresMiiuklni.' mailt: 'aj .
i icrv lady eaii be her hkdi dr'-Mii'.iUer i-
I - iriilnif. Famous Tailor Svsiem li - im.r
vtrre measures and uuy lady oreh..ii ran le a
'rrt-ct eutier after taUiui; ttiree b-stias ,f
1 aiimus 1.:m1iis' Tailor System. Iipils iti-i-ie
jrsiial ii'.st ruet ion in nil lraniht-s of la-ii
nlnnw. i 'all at Famous Tailorinx Selio..;
P'c'l Ttiird avenue.
Ueim-n for otir
I-AIMKS ci; (WIN
ritlVtv st of J(ivm1t
liNkt for the tnlii.iv. r.aIi t h:- four
HHikn Krri3tkil for ii:tK? ii i-n.wn i;p folks
:ich lNMk !inrr-:inir. tU:i;nt f A. f:ijn atifi'.
I i wv ratine f r .tti i"C l N. I. ar? lMok
iMfiitloitM M-llers. Nti!pir liUc tht-ni. hour
MiiTttliH' aToltten h;irr'r fr rnoivetie work-
tttt's-sioiis. :til irh sMinpU f all lour lik
fi-. Sriid twelve S-trtit Thiiiih for i;iviiitr
l:rt 4ntv f thr iHistat a! ne. Ir.i a!l ira-h
ttid ltar a month with our tx ;l'iivt Ju
luUv. The National ttHk tmor:i. juve
;;'. ilt parf.iHnt. 4 'bteao.
J. K. UKIUT.
Otm n-fcr llm4 have it lnsurl.
Real Estate, -
Insurance and. Loans,
H.mnt 4. Mitchell & I.vrble BuiMing;
THE EXCRLEtCE 0? SHU? C? UQS
is dne not oaljr to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but alio
to tbe care and 6kill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fjo SvRrp
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purcliafeinc the
true and ong-inal remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Fig-s is manufactured
t.y the California Fio Stklp Co.
0!iiy. it knowledge of that fact will
r.i.sijt una in avoiding- the worthless
irni v.k.:j'; iniaufacturcd by other par-
T...-?. j re i.iii stanuingr ei the Cai.i
roc.v i. I'ii SrKCP Co. with the meui-
cal prci'cssion, and the satisfaction
wiiich. the g-ecuaie Syrup of Fig's has
f-ivtn to luilhoris of faziiilics, makes
the name of the Company a g-uaranty
of th exoUf:ri-je of its reinc.lr. It ia
lat- iu auvij.cu of all other laxatives,
.-..-j it uli on the kidneys, lirer and
bov vu without irritating' or weaken-
iog them, ana n loes not yripe nor
nauseate. In order to pet its Lenc-uc;tl
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO.
BAN I-RAXCISCO. Co?.
LOriSVlLLE. Ky. HS.W TORE. N. Y.
AEHY YOUNG CEEISTIAN S0LDLEE3.
Rev. It. T. ISallew. of Viola. Condarta the
Love Fent Kelijrion Zeal anrl Kerirr
Manifent by Tlioe Participating-The
MeeorMl Conversion Notea I'lrked I'p
Aroun-I the (Irunndn.
I hursthiv. An. 'Ju. lesterdar was
Leairue dav on the camp irround and
the vouiifr folks were liroujrut to more
of a prom i nonce than usual. Theex-err-iscs
proved lievond the shadow of
a doubt that the on-eomtni; armv of
christian soldiers are bv no means in
i-oin jK-tent to assume the more respon
sible duties of the ehiireh. when tht
time comes for them to step out into
srreater activities of the christian war
The bible studv service was consid
ered so important that it was added
to the day's irorraui. It preceded
the love feast.
The 1 o'clock love feast was conduct
ed bv Kev. K. T. Hall-w. of Viola
There was no intermission lictween
this ami the preecdinjj service. The
interest here manifested umiest lonablr
hows the relinous zeal and fsrvor
possessed bv those participating in tlie
meetinjr- I he many and earnest tt
timonics here given niuat convey an
almost irresistilile weirht of inlluence
to the unconverted visitors.
J he !U:oiJ service, as usual, was
preceded by a short and spirited son;;
service. Kev. . i. snoop, pa.-tor in
charge at Uradford. preached
J he Junior 1-aue service was con
ducted bv Miss K!I:i T.ivlor. The
two divisions wi re united and held
their meeting in the larce tabernacle
The afternoon session was in charge
of Kev. Arthur Smith, of the Second
church. Moline. Kev. Johnson, of
Kickapoo. conducted the altar servict
which followed. Dircoliv followiii":
the preaching service, the business
meeting of the lvalue was held.
J he soil'' service be tore the evciiinr
preachini; lasted italf an hour and
was espi-i-iail v c-njovable and spirited.
The district president of the Eoworth
I-ariie. Kev. S. P. Archer, of .Ncpon
t. preached the evening sermon
Outlook Continuing Favorable Throoghont
The temperature throughout the
! state for the past week averaged near
lv normal, anliou-rli the humidity
causel the heat to lie much felt. The
rainf.ill was very lirht over the south
half of the state! but increased to mor'
tlian si inches in the north half
northwest counties having a flood
Corn is renera!!v doinir remarkablv
well, early lields are approaching: ma
turitv and ears are denim"; ami hard
eninj-. late lields are earing well
Plowini; and threshing continue, rath
er sl-iwlv over the north half, but in
southern counties plowin-' is well ad
vanced and early fall seeilin is prom
icd. with larre acreage. Late crops
are doin; well; broomcorn cnttinj; is
"eneral. with iroiid vield. and clover
cutting will Uin this week. With
the exception of apples, fruits are
plentiful, also melon.
The tem jerature over the northern
district was about normal rainfall
heavy, especially in all the west coun
ties, where heavy storms prevailed
the ni-jht of the loth and morning;
the ltith. ilore than six inches of
water fell over a considerable area
and hih winds added to the damage
which was larg'e. both to corn and
stacked grain and hav. Corn is doing
well and early lields are maturing
slowly, late lields are earing well.
Threshing and plow ing made slow
progress. Pastures are good and all
late crops growing well. Fruits were
badly blown olT by the high wiinU;
peaches, plums and grapes are rotting
is the old story, '-and he did
drink.' Well, we've seen
him at our SODA FOUN
TAIN at least three times a
day since. Have you tested
KKELL & MATH'S
DELICIOUS SODA WATER,
with p-ire Fruit Juices as
flavoring? Or an ICE
CKEAM SODA on a hot
day? Of course you have
There is no one in Hock Isl
and who doesn't get re
freshed at our fountain
every day in the week. ISut
'nave another" any time
you ure passing. It will
give von new life.
KRELL S MATH
I'i-ii -f nuf-ncliers.
Key. J. A. Alford conducted the
altar service, which resulted in the
conversion of an immortal soul. This
is the second conversion of the meet
All the tents are now occupied.
The attendance is steadily increas
Twenty ministers were counted on
the grounds vesterdav afternoon.
The general interest throughout the
dav was intense, and the best of
order and health prevails.
The maiiv visitors from Hook Isl
and, Milan. Moline' and surrounding
towns are too numerous to mention
The Winona and Verne Swain w
I he Sam Alice brought down 10
strings of logs.
Hie Kit Carson came down witn lb
si rings of lumber.
The stage of water at the bridge at
( a. in. was 2.."j; at noon '2.20. lhe
temiierat ure at noon 78.
1 he I.umlicrbov anil t est Kambo
came down, an-i the J. H . an s.int.
Lvdia Van Sant. Huth and West
Kambo went north.
The water is rising at St. Faul and
De Moines Kapids. is stationary at
Ked Wing and Recti's Landing, but
is falling at all other points. Hut
little change will occur from Iu-
bnmie to Rock I -land in the next 21
An F.rroneoa impression.
The Ai:;rs has from time to time
learned from its correspondents
throughout the county of instances
wherein the blame and responsibility
for items which have appeared in the
columns of the paper have lieen at
tributed to litem. For instance, the
Milan representative of the paper
Oiice in a while the people of Milan
find s met hing in Thk Alters which al
ludes to somebody or some happen
ing about (iiiiirt proceedings. The
tirst thing some do is to Maine it to
the writer of these items. The other
r a lady came to us anil asked if
the editor was in. We replied in the
negative, but told her we did some
reporting lor l iik augps. under a
Milan dale. She said: '-You wrote
that I wanted a divorce from my hus
band. It is a lie." We told the ladv
to go to headquarters; that we wore
not responsible for hat Jiie Au'it s
It is the object of these remarks to
have it fully understood that the rep
resentatives of i iik Aunrs in the van
oils towns and townships throughout
the county are not responsible for
what appears in any part of the paper.
I he representative ot this paper, in
whatever capacity, is responsible to
JHK Aunt's and to no one else, and In
tired be expected to make no explaua
tions outside, for any thing that, appears
in the column for which he gathers the
news, much less for what is printed iu
other parts of the paper. This does not
imply that 1 in: A us is looks upon its
representatives as infallible, or that it
does not expect people who know of er
rors ha vi tig been made in any of t he var
ious towns to call the attention of the
paper's representative in that locality
to the fact. Tin: Aunt's enjoins care
upon every attache of the paper. It
lesires that each lie known in hi
respective coiiiiuunit y, but he should
not lie blamed for statements of fact
appearing m the paper in whose cm-
ploy he is engaged. Jiie Akols rep
resentative is expected to secure all
the news. He is not authorized to
suppress anything that properly be
longs to the news Held. His duty
is to his pajier, to none other.
171C-1718 Seoond Ayecue.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more lieeauue it leaves a cool
impression after it; and does
not, like some driuk. lower
the temperature a littieonly
to raise it much more after
ward. Young; men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
Cordova. Aug. 21. Miss Ruth
Phillips is visiting relatives iu New
l-a-wis .Johnson and .Miss tirace
Whitesides were married in Rockl
and Aug. 1 7.
I. vie Taylor, of Chicago, who has
been viHing his cousin, Mrs. Frank
Reeves, left for Moline today.
The people are well, pleased that
Rev. Davis has accepted the call to
the pastorate of the Ilaptist church.
acation time is drawing to a close
Mrs. Eva Osborn and daughters. Mar
ine ami Helen, returnen 10 .moiihc
Mrs. Ruth 'fuller died Wednesday.
Aug. 17, aged 70 vears. This will be
ad tidings for her son Harrv. who is
in the Klondike.
One who was there informs us that
Rev. Ix'onard Trent preached one of
the liest sermons ever delivered iu the
Haptist church last SuiuLlv eveniug.
Evidently Rev. Trent has not missed
Free of Charge to Sufferera,
Cut this out and take it to votir
drusrgist and got a sample liottle free
f Dr. King s ew Discovery, for con
sumption, coughs and cold". Jhey
do not ask von to b:iv lefore Irving'.
This will show vou the great merit s
of this trulv wonderful remedy, and
show you what can lie accomplished
by the regular size lott!e. This is no
xtH-riment. and would le disastrous
to the proprietors, did they not know
it would invariably cure. Many f,f
the liest physicians are now using it
in their practice v.ith great results.
and are relying on it iu mcst severe
cases. It is guaranteed, irial iot
ties free at Hartz At Ullemeyer's drnt
store. Regular sir.e oO eeuts and $1
Those seven iiuart covered procorv
ing kettles are the best thing we have
ever given with our pure baking pow-
lor. J-.verv can guaranteed. Special
sale Saturday Aug. 27.
OlCANO I'.MON Ti:. CoVIWNV,
''C West Second street. Davenport.
THE COUNTY TEMPLE.
Aug. 'l Mvron Walker to Rock
Island Mutual Rui'ding. Loau, fc .Sav
ing Association, s 2 feet lot 4, Mc
Enirv's add., Moline. 1.
Lucinda Mosher to Albert Oliver.
w.: swirl! and e". swirl! 2. 1.
:w, nw nwj and w.J neA nwj 2-i. 17,
. l.icenaed to Wed.
A J. O M.ilK-y Greelev. Nct
Ml- H.irS.ara Fiaher' v Hook Island
t uaries u. r.nckson. Mo in-
M ss Sverina Kanvn Moline
Ilalph Havcrstick is iu Chicago.
Harry Nutting is visiting in Den
ver. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yerbury have a
O. li. Thompson, of the Fraternal
Tribunes, is iu Aledo.
Rev. E. F. Oee has returned
an outing in Wisconsin.
J. L. li-an is attending
settlers' picnic at Colona.
Mrs. J. L. Murphy and
are home from Wisconsin.
Capt. A. M. Illakesloy has returned to
his family at C.oneva Lake, Wis.
Fred Hodges and family have re
turned from their northern trip.
Mrs. Horst von Koeekritz is making
a -'-weeks stay at i iconomowoc. W is.
Sam Campbell has gone for a visit
with friends in Denver and Colorado
Rev. Fran E. Sard and bride and
Andrew Johnson left this morninir
Miss Edna Shadle. of Moline. who
has been quite sick for the past week.
is slowly recovering.
Ernest Wood, night mailing clerk
nt the postofliee. and wife are iu (Jeu-
esco visiting relatives.
Mrs. Mary Henninan. of Chicago.
is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs.
Ed Jens, of South Rock Island.
Edward Kant, is improving nicely
at St. Anthony's hospital and will be
ibie to fee his friends in a few days.
Miss Chariot teRoidv returned to her
home at Chicago t his morninir. after
i two months' visit with relatives in
Miss Catherine Chase, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Chase, left this morn
ing for a visit with her grandparents
Hon. E. W. Hurst and Charles I!u-
ford returned from Nebraska this
morning. Mr. titivcr will be home in
C. L. Walker arrived home last
night lroiu W eiietonsing, .Mich.,
where his family are spending the
Willie Lvttlo. of Pleasantv ille. Pa.,
returned to his home today, after a
it at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kennedy on Seventh avenue.
A. J. Tavlor has returned from
Minneapolis, where he attended the
semi-annual meeting of the Missis-
ppi Valley Lumbermen's association.
It is now probable that when Hon.
Ron T. Cable returns from Paris early
in October his family will accompany
him instead of remaining abroad dur
ing1 t he winter.
Gilbert Canalil, John Ryhne. 11.
Reynolds and O. Mavity, of Rurcau
Junction, comprising a party of land
seekers, left this morning on the Mil
waukee to inspect government land
in the Dakotas.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tiiterihgton. of
this city, and .Mrs. J. W. Mei.ain. of
College Springs, Iowa, returned this
morning Irom an extensive northern
trip. Mrs. McLain left today for a
visit at Rapids City.
Mayor Med ill has received an invi
tation to attend a reception to lie
tendered Con. R. (I. Dryeul'ort h. the
new coininander-in-chiet" of 1 ho ITnion
Veterans' Union, who was elected at
the recent encampment in Rock Isl
and, at the National Rifles'' armory.
Washington. D. C. this evening.
President MeKinlev will bo one of the
Prof, and Mi s. J. A. Resell ret timed
from Minneapolis this morning. Prof.
Rexell has pursued scientific studies
at the stale university, besides takimr
i serier of examinations leading to
the degree of master of accounts at
the Archibald Kusiness college. Mrs.
liexcll has ben visiting friends and
relatives in St. Jifnies. Minn.
Hon. Henry G. Little, of Grinncll.
Iowa, an old settlerof Henry country.
where he was slier: IT from 1-S."il to
2, and represented that district ill
the legislature if! lH"f, left this morn
ing for Colona. to attend the old set
tlers' picnic, at which he is to make
the principal address. Mr. Littie,
while in the citv, stopiied tit th resi
dence of S. 15. Stoddard.
"A. PERFECT FOOD S3 TTUoIesozio a.s it is Delicious.
BAKER & CCS
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l -i n 11 f .'..
V'-"-. ' i'-i'T " Una 'ttoo&thc teste! more than tssyerrs ur 0Tnort"-s
j&2ihib4 vrpun-y and I.oncsi worth uncnUccl. V
- , ' j ' . . - i't-il irf'j 4 iVltN
st3 less than 0E CENT a Cyo.
Trado-Mark on Evcrv P;ic.rc.
Establisitcd I 7SO. .
r? Sc. CO. LTD.,
DC HCHCOTER, f.1A33
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our 'F3feri? Machine (or
te treatment of Nervous
Diseases, KtieuuiaLisni anil
Have You Got It?
If not, consult
ently located iu
Who Has Cured
r5. j.v. vfAi-sn,'"
I.ate ft ttpufo, former
ly Suiveon-fci-ChlcC oi 4t.
AuUniiy k llo:,;i!t;il.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened In
8niry. Weak Memory, Mental Delu Jons, or any oeber eobtlltan due lo nurvous uxliaustlou,
CATARRH. Dyspepsia,' Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilid, Rioo ,
Kidney, Liver" and ISktli Diseases can be quielily aul permanently oured by our aJvanoe
Hysietu of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a pemiuncnt ourc In tevcti drtys by tmr pain
less methods. liya'rocwJe cured in three days no pn!n.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us.
We have cured many cate3 iTn up an hopel-K, and ce mny be ai4n ftooure you. Suifl"
cal operations performed at your homo If defcired. A odomiiial und bruin KUric-ry a KpeuiAltsf .
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARB Til K BEST. The nwm-
erotio aoitnowledeinenrs we have received from the nowtpapors for our ri-irmrlt:i:il ,ure)
in both medical and s,iiri;al ciuses. ts proof conclusive that our aiivnneed liH-itinrta cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not wane time wlih otherx. liut consult us at oeec and
reriin yotir lout henlth. There is a sluije in e?e r? dwewc that can lm uureJ. Ilave
y mi passed that state. If not do not experiment any lonccr. but consult us hi o;ir. I'MI-tbei-more.
we oBer fl.Ulo to any one pro.-intr our oredentialn fuU-e We irinlu! ItMobnaft
to investigate ours. No other -bpeuiaiin oilers sueh a fair proposition. ONLY' CI'HAtll.K
CASES 'f AKKS. Hest of reference and creilnitisls. If you cannot cuU, writ o. Ilitn
dretli euiod ty mall, llours a to li, 2 to 5, 7 to . Sunday, 1 l:K0 to l:;kl.
OFf iCE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, MTCLLOUGH BIUDLXC, DAVEXPORT, IA
When in Davenport
CALL AT THE
no East Third Street.
Try the Thres-Cc
Moals 15 and 25 Cents
225 Perry St.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
incorporated Under t
f rars II .irl
Mus Freia C. Lit.dren .
. Uuck I-,laud
Warils f)fi Altarkn.
Mv limbs were swollen and pain
ful, but they are much better since I
have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla. For
manv vears I have ln-cn subject to
attack of kidnev trouble, but now
whenever I have any symptoms of
the trouble, J lake Hood's Karsana-
rni.t ami :t wanis o'i tlie attacks.
Marv A. Miiler. Ruda. Hi.
We o!Tcr one htin-Ired dollars re
ward lor any case oi catarrh that can
not, be cured by Hail s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Ciikxev & Co.. Props.,
e. me unnersigneii, nave Known l
F. J. Cheney for the last i." years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all I
husinuss transactions and linanoially
aiiic to carrv out. an v ooiigalioiii maie
by their linn.
Waldinv;. Kisxax A Mauvin.
UTifilevule I ru;'i-sts, Toledo. O.
Wkst & Tici'ax. i
WLo!ertle Ina.'f1-ts T'.lwdo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure it:tken intern
ally, acting din-ctly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces' of the system.
Price. 7oc tier bottle. Sold "r all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Four Per Cent Paid
MOl-niT L0AKD05 PEE30ff AL C0LLATXB4L OS REAL E3TATE EEOUEITI
.1. t.t. I?ufori1. president,
John Crubauiru. Vice iTesIdcnt.
I. UreenawulU Cashier.
Itegan biiincis-s July 2. lv:). and occupy tbe
S.E. corner of Ail tolled & Ljude s
new buiJdfni;. "
H. I. Hull,
K W. Hun,t,
Solicitors JacWson & Hurst.
W m. Vihrifirtou,
J. M. iluford,
sure it get
lis are the only pilU
Sren Ooart I'renervinji
Kettles, covered, will lir "iven free
to each purchaser of Grand Union
baking powder. Saturday.. Au". 27.
Gi:am Lmon Tea Comi-anv,
225 Wsl Second street.' Davenport.'
Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and
and other distressing eruptive dis
eases yield cjtiicklv and ermanentlv
to the cleansing, purifying- jiower of
nnruoek k:ohi liitters. i or sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
Ifc 1:3d Ym Km i'ltars Bci
To Can Canatlcetion toram.
-lane ii.'carcti Candv Cathartic, ice or 25c
ii v v. . uu 10 cure, (.ruggutu rfaiuna moBey.
Doat Tobaeca Svit nd f-moka Tuor 1ST Amaj.
To oc!t tolac3 easily and forever, be mas-
nette. full of life nerve and vicor, take No-To-
Bae. the wonder-worker, tiat maiiea weak mci
strong. Ail dr-Jirttiffts, tOcor lu Care goraa
teett Eoek'.et and sampic free. Adtfcss
Bterline Kemedy Co.. Chicago or New Yerk.
i a r lt?C M
p tf C. r LLIA LE BRUM'3
' ji wi.t i i,ujjjii'ju iiuaiiibia
u tbe onrrnal and only t RESCH.
to mm 'Atue cure on U10 saatw
. 1. -u r 1 1 . V . . 1
(remiine Boia only by
A J. TTr-w. Fourih Avenue IruiZ fctore. ao,
We Are Busy
All the Time'
Now is the time to have your
walls freshened "with bright
clean pajicr, so that it will be
a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see 3011. Scarcely
any annoyance and o piii;k
ly done by
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810, 312, 314 TWENTIETH ST.
A faw notfs regarding spring goodi last on bo foonrj by look
ing at ttls nd. Here are tome prices we oactef 'Sprtfctr novel
tie in suits tha prices range frora flS, f 20, 22 $22 and up.
Tbarirleesln the spring trouaere range froia 5r $S.60, 5,
$4.50 nd upward. Come In and. see our fine Une'. ' i
Gus. Englln, ' UzM&t; 1803 ; Second ku
agent. Bock laiacd, CI 1