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THE AltGTTS, EDXESDAY, OCTOBER 2f?,19S.
Ker Health Restored
LIIE misery of ciecplcssness can only be
realized by tbese who bavo experi
enced it. Nervousness, sleeplessness.
headaches, neuralgia and that miserable
fecIiu.T cf unn ?t, can surely be cured by Dr.
MiU-s" Kcstorative Nervine. Bo certain la
lir. Slilesof fact tliat all druist j are
uutbor:z.l to rcfuii'l price paid for tbo first
bottle trie5, proviilli; it does not benefit.
Mr. Hunry liruns, wife of the well known
Llii'liHmit h at Grand Junction, Iowa, saya.
'I was troubled with sleeplessness, cervous
iiesF, Leadnehe and irrecular rucu&truulloa;
Buffering untold misery for year?. I used
various advertised remedies for ferncl" com
plaints bt-sltics bein? tinder the care of local
physicians, without help. I noticed in Dr.
Miles" advertisement the testimonial of a
lady cored of ailments similar t j mine, and
I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her
testimonial induced me to cse Dr. Miles'
Nervine and Nerve and LIvt-r Tills, which
restored me to health. I cannot say enotzzh
Lr. Miles Remedies
are sold by all drur-pl-tiundera
puarantee, first bottle
benefits or money re
funded. Booli on dis
eases of the heart and
nerves free. Address,
Dtt. MILES MEDICAL CO- Elkhart, Ind,
Y "fwnss ;
A ROYAL RECEPTION,
. prairies of the glorious state of Illi
nois ami shall hare reacbyed the banks
01 I lie rather of Waters, at or near
i the tri-cities of Davenport, Ivck Isl-
iaml and Moline."
"And when, before the close of an
tic of their descendants in the new . other ijaarter of a century, it shall
world."" ' j have reached this locality, which js
p Restores '. j
His i ips
7 - -
When he tri-ats himself to a
i t Ki;kll & Math's : : :
Mr. Ficke said that in the new
world descendants of ireeks and Ro
wans, of Teutonics, Celts and Slavs,
united in forming a new nation,
unique and full of promise the Amer
ican nation. Teutonic stock was here
to mile, and under Anglo-Saxon lead
ership these people were to vie with
each other in building up a common
wealth., whose lustre was to extend lar
levond its own confine?, and which
was destined to Income a guiding star
to other nations. "When I recall
that the population of our fast-grow
ing commonwealth was less than
OOu.OOO in 170; that it had risen to
I itiiik i w if i : , . i i i . . .. . .
reached 75.0Mj,ooo in spite of the trT
ing years of its history. " continued
Mr. Ficke. -When 1 also recall that
in 17'J0. when this republic was in the
oiusn oi us youm, its center ot popu
Jation was -ast of the city of Uaiti-
iiiorc; that L'U years later this center
was 40 miles west of Washington: that
then it crossed West Virginia, and in
10 was near Chiilieothe, Ohio; that
it then crossed the line of Indiana, and
in 131)0 rested half way -across that
state near the city of Columbus, and
that with everv rising sun this center
draws nearer to the confines of the
state in which lie two of tiie tri-cities
todav represented at this exposition
When I furthermore recall that this
center of population which at one
time was as far south as .08 degrees
and ii'J minutes north latitude, lias
reached its highest northwesterly
point and is still tending toward the
great northwest. When I recall all
this, I see the day
when it shall have
crossed the rieu
in any style
in the most tempting
and for a dainty lunch
theatre, or In-fore, is a
lc remembered : :
Stewed or Fried, or
the epicure prefers.
Oyster or Luncheon
Try a Slice of Our
It is delicious and nom-i.-iiing. as
is also our HOT COI FKK, CIIOC
O L AT K Oil T KA , which with a
nice Sandwich or French lloll.
makes a nice afterntxin Luncheon
to treat votir friends on.
Krell & Math's
Phone 1 154. ms-1718 Second Avenue.
We also sell Oysters bv the can.
Despite the bad weather last
Saturday, our opening sale was
more than satisfactory. The
comina week we shall strive to
make it both pleasant and prof
itable to every one attending
our Souvenir Sale.
Below we Mention a Few
" of Our IVIany Sho3
Misses Dnngola button shoes
worth 1.2.j speciel as long
as thev last
liovs' School Shoes,
and servic eable, worth tip Ol 1 Q
to $.:,0 95c an,( H,li'
Ladies' fine shoes, Gray Uros.
and Kddy & Webster's
$3."i0 and 1 makes, our
sale price shall be
Special attention asked for
our line of men's shoes
at 2.45 and
You save 55c on these goods.
We shall advertise nothing
that we cannot show when called
for, and shall aim to give every
one the benefit of good
and cash transactions.
with every &2 purchase.
Remember Name and Number.
"THE MODEL," .
1812 Second Avenue.
so ncn irr historical associations
which is so dear to the hearts of 75.
000 residents of three cities, and which
is so keenl- watched bv thousands
who are looking for homes, the tri
cities will be not only the center of
population of a commonwealth with
i.ju.wu.vw peopie, out nxewise a
commercial, shipping and "manufac
turing center of the lirst magnitude
'j ne iri-tuies iorm even now a
railroad center second to none in the
west. From this center ' important
trunk lines, with mileage running
tin into the thousands, penetrate the
boundless west, southwest and north
west. The territory to the east like
wise lies within its reach. Other im
portant lines of railroads are heading
its way. At its very door, reached
bv railways and by water alike, lie
the great coal lields of the state of
Illinois, ready to yield up their treas
ure without limit. At its very door,
too, are the great llock Island rapids,
over which the country's grandest
river sends its powerful current, un
harnessed, unimpeded. Priceless en
ergies here still go to waste because
public enterprise has not as yet made
this great water power, which is sec
ond only to that of the falls of "Niag
ara, of service to man.
'Here, too, surrounded by the
three cities, is an island with broad
acres, the property of the govern
ment. Upon this island is located the
most important government arsenal
of the nation. Our government fully
realizes its good fortune in providing
at a seasonable time a navy sufliciently
strong to defend and to protect our
rights on any seas. When it shall
also realize, as it should even now,
that in times of war we must depend.
as wo recently did, upon volunteer
citizen soldiers to aid our small stand-
ng army: that these citizen soldiers
must be speedily equipped when an
emergency occurs: that' there should
be in the heart of the republic, far re
moved from dangers of attack from
foreign foes, a great arsenal tilled
with perfect machinery, in order that
in army of citizen mechanics may
juickly provide equipments for an
army ot citizen soldiers: when the
country shall realize all this, then it
will also see the wisdom of having
chosen this most fitting place as the
the Aryan family, who now kwell in
the three cities "and are aiding not
only in the upbuilding, but in the up
building of a great nation, now enjoy
the blessings of freedom, prosperity
4 -Iet those, therefore, who are so
loyal to the interests of the tri-cities
be content In knowing that they at
least have fully paid the debt "they
owe to preceding generations for the
privileges aud blessings which they
THE TRl-CITX" UEl'AKTl'RE.
Five Hundred Co to Attend the Day's
Despite the condition of the weath
er, which could not very well have
been less favorable, the special that
went from the tri-cities last night
carried 350 people from llock Island!
Davenport and Moline. to participate
iu the day's demonstration. The llock
land delegation numbered l(x and
was headed by Mayor Mcdill. J he
Davenporter were headed by Mayor
Uaker and ex-Mavors Smith aud
Ficke, and -the part v was accompanied
bv a baud composed of 30 pieces of
the best talent in the Otto and Strasser
ser organizations, which wa to conduct
the party to the exposition grounds.
and take part in the program at the
auditorium. I he train consisted of
12 coaches and was drawn by
double-header composed of two of the
Lock Island s monster passenger
liesides this nuinlier the Burlington
took out 16 people from llock Island
for Omaha via Oalesburg.
Telegraphic communication with
Chicago was impossible lat evening,
over the lines of the llock Island road
and as a consequence the tri-city sih
cial pulled ont for the west sometime
ahead of the regular evening limited
at 11:30 and ran through without in
cident, reaching Omaha at 10:15 thi
The number actually going from the
tri-cities was just about half what it
would have been hail the weather
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Hon E. W. Hurst is in Peoria on
federal court business.
Mr. William Mi nek. whoa few days
ago suffered a paralytic stroke, is
Mrs. F. B. Ilawcs left this morning
for Delevan, Wis., where her niece,
Mrs. Dr. E. S. McBurnev, is seriously
Wilfred Laurinaatt, who has been
visiting with Kev. Father Lockney, of
the Sacred Heart church, returned to
Leon Conover, of Company A. who
has been under treatment at Fortress
Monroe since his return from Porto
K:-o, is expected home tonight. He
will Ikj accompanied by his mother,
who has been with him since he
landed in America.
MUST GO ABROAD
Are Yon an Atblete?
"An Athletic Primer" is the Octo
ber number of Spalding's Athletic
Library, just received. The book is
published for the Amateur Athletic
Union, aud especially designed tor the
guidance of those who are athletically
inclined and yet do not know what
steps intake toward the formation of
a club or the construction of grounds.
It is the intention of the Amateur
Athletic Union to encourage athletics
in every town and village in the
ite of its chief arsenal, ami having I United States, and there is no reason
erected thereon the 1- massive and whv there should not be a club where-
pacioiis buildings in which, during I ever there is a school or factory.
the late war, even with the limited , The benelits to 1h -rained from svs-
niachinerv provided in times of peace, tematic exercise are incalculable, and
:. 000 men. night and day, were tilling the subject of physical education.
'he rush orders for cMiiiniiieius for i v li icli imi- i'iuiiviiur nmcli nt.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or,
platino wprk. we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place yoar order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
j Booms opposite Harper House.
Cuniil an Important I-'arior.
'But the most important factor in
the future development of this local
ity remains to le mentioned. Ihree-
quarters of a century ago there was
lngnn the construction of a canal
vhich was to connect the 15.000
miles of navigable waters of the Mis
sissippi river system with the lakes
ind the ocean, lhat canal was com
pleted half way across the state of
Illinois prior to 150. Thereafter.
luring nearly forty years, the people
of the west labored with congress to
induce that body to complete this
waterway to the Mississippi, lleason
at last prevailed. Congress finally
nade the necessary appropriations.
fiie Illinois and Mississippi canal is
now being built. The tri-cities lie at
the western terminus of this canal.
The opening years of the new cen
tury will witness its completion.
When the dreams of Madison, Web
ster, Lincoln. Seymour. Orant, Gar
field and many more of tiie greatest
statesmen of the nation, who in their
lay favored the building of this wa
terway, shall have been realized, and
it shall have been opened to public
tralhc. the tri-cities will quickly ta.
their place in the front rank of the
great commercial centers of the west
There will lie gathered the products
of the west, the northwest and the
southwest for shipment to the lakes
;md the sealoard. There, too, will lie
collected the iron, salt, coal and other
heavy freights from the east for dis
tribution in the west.
I see in my mind s eye a picture
of the tri-cities as they will appear
during the first quarter of the new
century. I see their river banks lined
with decks at which the great bar
which pass and repass the canal are
Ieing loaded and unloaded. 1 see the
smallest jf our Mississippi river stern
wheelers making nnbrokcrt trips to
'hicago aud return, towing long
strings of these barges, laden east
ward" bound, with the products of the
west, ana west want bound with an
eoual tonnage of freight from the
east. -1 see our -government arsenal
the largest of our country, employing
thousands ot men manutacturing
every article needed by our army; I
sec long trains of cars and' lenig lines
of barges carrying coal from the mines
of Illinois to the great factories that
have sprung up in thelri-cities. And
I see the great water power of the
Mississippi at this point developed
and loDg lines of factories with thous
ands of employes, extending for miles
along the river. '
Many of us may not live to see the
fulfillment of this vision. We hope
for its realization, nevertheless. It
is not the lot of many to reap the
choicest fruits of their own efforts.
Those who precede build for those
who follow. Each generation pays
the debt which it owes to the preced
ing generation to th succeeding .one.
jLach generation, too, is the guardian
: of the interests of the next. If past
(generations had ignored this rule.
would the scions of every branch of
tention in schools and colleges, is the
result of agitation such as the A. A.
U. is now engageil in. The A. A. U.
is a national organization of amateur
athletes, and is the recognized gov
erning body for all athletic sports iu
the United States. Further informa
tion on this subject may be obtained
from J. E. Sullivan, the secretary, 10
and IS Park Mace, New York.
Prof. Zrublin'n Second I.ec tare.
Prof. Zeublin will give his second
lecture in the University Extension
course at the High school tomorrow
evening. He will discuss the "Phys
iological Life of Cities" under the fol
1. The early growth of a city.
2. Abolition of the shims whereby
public health is improved a, better
housing of the population; b, parks
and open spaces lead to open air
sports; c, hospitals.
3. A good water supply a, for
drinking: b, for cleansing, domestic
4. A pure and abundant food sup
5. Disposal of a city's refuse, ex
peditiously, effectively, economically.
rorty-seven stereopticon views will
The Orratest Discovery Vet.
W. M. llcpine, editor Tiskihva, 111.,
'Chief," says: -We won't keer
house without Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds. .experimented with many
others, but never got the true rem
edy until we used Dr. King's New
uiscoverv. , other remedy can
take iis place in our home, as in it we
have a certain and sure cure for
coughs, colds, whooping cough, etc."
It is idle to experiment with other
remedies, even if they are urged on
you as just as good as Dr. King's
New Discovery. They are not as
good, lecause this remedy lias a rec
ord of cures and leside is guaran
teed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at Hart's & Ullcmeycr's
To I.i-iirii About Yoar Home.
"A short time ago I was visiting in
New York state, Massachusetts and
Connecticut, and I was particularly
impressed with the number of times
I was asked what I knew about Pos
tum Cereal Food Coffee, made at Bat
'I generally replied that I had never
used Postum. but knew of a -ood
many who did. and I knew that it was'
made by men who devoted their time
and study to the perfection of food
and food beverages.
fSMfvif2! Hers fo
?i ' r-i'USGEST STOVE PUXT M TNF WPM ntKi
2 Fhn - '. is'v'l
Y fik psEa gpa OVER.
If33. 22g 30000001-
BCT-B-iy IN. USE.-
S JEWEL STOVES ARB SOLD BY ,
JkffemMvers & ChmmW
i.r. 4 -" -3" - ' r
tk!mart o: jewel etoves ir.-
and Ranges has been em
blematic of all that 's bcst&..;v
in stove construction
Tcwc-1 Stoves ana t- .K-br;
tiie hi-j-Uert development
cf stove efficiency, stove L;v"
durability, stove eruamcn-r&sv'l
tation. Over 3,000,000 now
in use frui.-.h conclufiye
rrmevidcuce of tlicir superior
t y Jewel Stoves and Ranges.
RheomttUim Cured in 34 Hoars.
T. J. Blackraore, of llaller & Black
more, Pittsburgh, Pa,, say?: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
of 'Mvstic Cure.' It got me out .of
the honse in 24 hours. I took to my
bed with rheumatism nine months
ago and the -Mvstic Cure' is the onlv
medicine that did me anv good. I
had five of the bet physicians in the
city, but I receive! very little relief
from them. I know the 'Mvstic Cure'
to be what it is represented" and take
pleasure in recommending it to other
oold by Otto tirotjan, laOl Second
avenue. Kock Island; Oust Schickel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
Hard Coal SlarkeU
Antbrjk" e coal, all sizes, delivered
at f o.nO per ton, for immediate de
livery, i.. ix. I KA7.EB.
:iiS. K. K. MONAfSIIAX,
74"i Xorth Vvutcr!oo A vcuue. Jackos.Miuh.
'One of my former classmates, Mrs.
K. Kinsley, of Westfield. Mass..
seemed greatly surpriseil that I had
never used Postum. The family were
very enthusiastic over its effects upon
them. Said they could not enjoy life
without it. The physician had rec
ommended total obstineriee from cof
fee, as she hal injured her digestive
organs by using it, and was consid
ered a confirmed and incurable dys
peptic, but when put upon Postum
Cereal Food Coffee, she immediately'
began to gel well, and left off the
irugs ami the coiiee. JNow sue is
able to eat anything she likes without
the least symptom of disease. Her
life before had been one of suffering,
and it is now one'of en joyment. She
said it would be impossible so speak
too highly in its praise.
hen I was in estheld eight
j-ears ago. 1 visited Mr. Albert At
kins, who was tnen a verv great suf
ferer. Both he and his friends did
not think it possible for him to live
more than a short time. I found him
so well on this visit that I insisted
poa knowing what made the chau"e.
He said he had visited every point of
the compass, and tried almost every
thing he had ever heard recom
mended, but all of no avail, until lie
was Jed ly the Postum Cereal arti
cles to suspect that the little coffee he
drank was really ioison;n'r him dav
bv dav, and from the verv time thaV
he juit coffee entirety and began to use
Postum, he began to' get better. He
is a. icry weauny man ana travels a
great deal, but savs he never leaves
home for one night without his outfit
"While at Jamaica Plains. Mass.,
Tisited a retired sea captain's hom
He said "in all his experience, far and
near, on land or water, he had never
found any beverage that would con.
pare w ith Postum Cereal Food Coffee
. line ne used to urniK coitee he suf
fered with headaches, drowsiness ami
an unnatural thickening of the bipod,
but since quitting the common coffee
and using Postum, lie was flee from
all his ailments. I drank my lirst
cup of Postum with him, and "to my
surprise, found it a very delicious,
palatable drink, which I have since
used with favorable results. I can
not tell half of what I heard in praise
of Postum during my visit in theeast.
It is suflicient.to say that Postum has
a very firm foothold with my eastern
"I wish to add that on one or two
occasions I have had Postum served
to me rather flat, but always know in
such cases that it is simply because it
has not been allowed to" boil Ion"
enough to bring out the delicate and
well known flavor."
Howell, In-d., Nev. 28.
I will always praise Wino of Car.lui. It
has done me ii!ore pood than all tiie medi
cines I have ever taken in my life. l'lcaso
send a book about tcni.il a diseases to ttit
ladies whote names I enclose.
Mrs. MINNIE STODQIIIliL.
It isn't necessary for a woman to'Rive firtieuhrs. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless stiftering. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that" terrible bearine; anJ dragging
down in the lower abdomen. It means aonizin backache, an.1 shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
edire the blues despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call lc-itcoirlicea. It means martyrdom -some-tunes
even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
putthose diseases and pains to rout.
It has cured thousands of cases
when nothing else on earth would.
To the budding woman, to the
bride, to the wife, to the expectant
mother, to those going through
IADIES' ADVISCRT OtPARTMLHT.
diTvt iutii. Mttttr.., icvuii- si:.:imh.
1 r.rtli AiUl.urjr 'I'hr I I! A I T 4 Mil (, A
the Change of Life, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for SI.CO.
K7 :y er? y o
MM THE TIMES OH II SOFA
. So-T-ll for titty cata.
Gcaranteed tobacco habit i mnvn w.v
Hea strooc, biovi pare. 60c. f i. 4x1 uroggistA
Indies Can Wear Shoes
Uae Sie smaller after using Allen's
root-iase, a towder to be shaken into
-the ' sfroes. - -It makes tfirht or new
shoes feel easv: gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatest
cernfort discovery of the age. Cures
and Trweiiti swollen feet, blisters.
callous and sore Vpots. Allen's Foot
Ease is r. certain cure for sweating,
hot, aching, nervous feet. At all
druggists and shoe stores. 25e.
Trial package free. Address Allen S. i
Olmsted, Le Uor, X. Y.
or furniture of any kind would bo
folly for you when we aro selling
such beauties iu fine parlor suites,
library and dining room furniture.
We have many odd and rich pieces in
gold furniture, upholstered in superb
style and artistic design, that aro
suitable for wedding, or to bri-'hten
up your parlor with.
1 li Uul
ft!, fit'-- at a
An ji.ternl Tonic Applied ft the
Ski a. Baaie it o by Mafic. 1
A woiaaa was tli Inventor.
V- " A
imlfuriii9. wtirn tiio fblooU Ju recti to tuo enrlaca e,f tt. Iu.Il- ! . . . i . i
wtorowrapijbwt. 1 rtckies, pimul.s. bkufcud. moth fi(i-. T:" :V"1
Th IfiH H-ll wiil thm innniTi cire to nil rh 7.
cull ut irujir p&rlcrn. ir tniil ttott.n t1 tliir t-rn- C
tjrxion ionic. I tJOr io livn ut n llf r4n"o may
Avmm fro Ixjti) - vii1itja 2S vcutM fu Kilvrr 01
pttitnp lo cuver tlio cot ut mcUiuk and ilnl vfritiu.
Xtto pneo of On wotiUrful tomo i Ono lonr
Hi" i'r?s i"5 Tl'ft new .iok, "Saerrtn of Braofy,
fo WDt i r - It I !! how wontnn can KtUit unil
Jic.- a p.o;l coin p;n.T ion. hical -tiapU;ri n Htm
fur of I ho hair, l:ow to irrenro tin rolor and
lutrf, c t ;i to n silvancnd r. AWo Inw to rt
r?d of 'f' rflu'-ui hair on ho m-r.k mmi mtitim with.
1 ont. iniui y to itjftfUift. ThiM VitlumVitn honk will 1
(cordiulij auljcitcd, Atitlrcfa,
THE MISSCS BELL, 78 Fifth Hvenuc. New York City.
"The Misses Hell's Complexion Tonic, Complexion Soap. Skiu Food and
Depilo are for sale by all druggists."
FINE TAILORING ...
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $L'0, 22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5. b .0, $6, $G.60 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
1803 Second Ave,
Constipation ! prevents the body
from ridding itself of waste matter.
De Witt's Little Karly Kisers will
remove the trouble and cure sick
, .T.t 1 ill'
nea-iacne, uiiuouscess, inactive .liver j
ana c-iear uie compiextion. Small
6ugar, coated, don't gripe or cause
nausea. T. II. "Thomas, A. J. Kiess
and M. F.Bahnsen, druggists.
JOHX 51. I'AKIDOK.
IIKXKT A. l'AKIPO.V.
PAIJIDOIsr & SON,
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calciminers, Etc.
3aop 419 Seventeenth St.