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THE AUGUS, SATURDAY, JfOYEMBEK 5, X898.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SY2CP OF TIGS
is due not only to the orig-inalitj and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the Caujobsia Fio Syrup
Co. only, and we wiih to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the Califokxia Fio Stbvf Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one ia avoiding :.the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of ,tho Caxj
fobxia Fia SretCF Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
. cf the excellence of its remedy. It is
far ia advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the came of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX ritAXCISCO. CaL
.riSTILLE. Br. TW TORE. X. T.
BETTER OF THE TWO.
Democratic County Ticket Rep
resentative of the
CLEAN AND ABLE MEN FOB OFFICE.
Comparison With the Republican Roach
Witt?opn Satisfy the Voter Which Will
Ilett Serve I1U Interest and Those of the
Community Are Honest and Intelligent
Scan the tickets that the democratic
and republican parties have laid be
fore vou for consideration next Tues
day look them over carefully, take a
little time to it, inquire as to the
standing. oualilication and funeral
Iitnes9 of each candidate for the ofiic
mat ne seeks, ana even though you
oe or tne opposite political faith
when you enter the Itooth on electio
day, if you would be represented f.
ine men who. ir tried, will be fcruM
true: men who will best serve ih uv
r i niii in a i t- a
Perfect FLAVOR and PURITY.
FUN KB ON EACH PIECE.
Tor Sslt By
At Krell cc Math's.
We h:i: e in stock the above Hue of
inevnavca reputation which is
peerless, and general. They are
well named l.a Brettes."as that
is what they are in color, make
and liar nr. If you have not tried
them, a sample box will convince
you that we handle nothing but
the lines t
to be had. and when you give a
lmx of chocolates or bonlou from
Krell & Math to your wife or
sweetheart, their smile will be as
sweet as your offering. Trv some
Krell & Math's
Fboce ll&o. 1719-1711 Seoond Avenua.
We also sell Ovsters bv the can.
W. C. ALLEN.
"terests and m-sds of the people at
large, you will place a square in the
circle at the head of the democratic
For county judge it would be difTi
cult to select one who would more
ably and conscientiously devote him
self to the duties of that position
man William V. Allen. loung
energetic and with a wide knowledge
I or legal affairs, tie would give to his
'county an administration such as
would do honor to himself and his
constituency. Mr. Allen is a man
who has used his hands as well as his
brain in working out a livelihood, dc-
I voting himself in his earlier da vs to
farming and later to the carpenter s
trade, following these vocations until
fetich time as he could lind opportu
nitv to embark upon the study of the
profession he loved law. 1 hat he
has been successful, all who have the
' Iill-U.III'K d f Ltd -i.i ii-i i n I -i n.i.i - Him-
lor today he is looked upon as one of
the brightest voung lawyers at the
Hock Island couuty bar.
John Norton, an every day man
wno has IalMrci these many years as
a patternmaker at the Deere & Mausur
cornplauter works, in Moline. is the
nominee for count v clerk. lie did
not aspire to
but his party
as not slow to
see in him one
ted for the du
ties, of the po
sition of clerk
of the county.
(s? ' Boru in Sire-
t-. j den, fli r .
his w a v to
America. Naturally bright and nuk-k
xo uiscern. ne snon became conversan
wun tiie aiiairs ct his adopted couu
try. anil his residence in Moliue was
soon lollowcd bv recognition of his
worth as a man and a leader of men
on the part of las ft-llow workers
who on numerous occasions have
found in him a successful arbiter in
shop differences, which without h
wise and conscientious council would
have resulted in serious and costly
i roubles, .Mr. Norton, being a mem
uer oi ine ooarn or supervisors, is
fully conversant with the workings of
the county clerk's office, and endowed
with excellent judgment in all mat
ters, would make an ideal official.
Albert I. Uurslng.
Albert 1. llueing. the present
rflicient clerk il the- citv of llock
B 1 l'
jits ranks so thoroughly equipped
' for the Position to which be aspires
asMr. Huesin". Intellirent. upright
honest and fearless, he would make
truly an ideal sheriff, and as in the
case of the entire democratic ticket
the people will demonstrate next
Tuesday in a manner that will leave
no doubt that they are not slow to ap
preciate his worth.
Thomas K. Lees.
For county treasurer it would be
a hard matter to pick in the entire
county one more-capable to assume
the great responsibilities of
nee i n a n
Thomas R. '
Lees, of Coal
Valley, a gen
has for six
years renre- -.':
town on ine j
board or su- f.
acts have tiiomas k. lees.
shown him to be a capable legislator,
and a shrewd and conscientious busi
ness man. ror two years helms ieen
chairman of the finance committee of
the county board, and in that
capacity has evinced his knowledge
6f finance. Mr. Lees is a product of
Hock Island county, having been born
ana raised in Coal alley township
where, after receiving the advantages
of a common school and collejre edu
cation, he finally embarked in the
business world, lieinj; now a member
of the merchandise lirra of Krapp &
Lees. That he is amply fitted for the
intelligent administration of the af
fairs of the county treasurer's office,
all who are acquainted with him
know, and those who may not know
will soon learn, once he is launched
behind the desk at the court house
O. I. Addlton.
Twenty successful years in educa
tional work is one of the numerous
arguments that command the sup
porting of O. I. Additou by all lovers
of the public instruction for county
superiuteudent of schools. And his
Interesting Programs Before the
Augustan a Societies
LECTURE BY FEOF. ZETTEESTEAND.
those educators who keep in close
touch with the people, and in this
manner accomplishes the most good
for the greatest number.
Discusses "Youth, the Spring-time of Life,"
at the Adelphic's Meeting Session of tire
Executive Committee of the Hoard of
Recent Lyceum's First Entertainment
News and Gossip.
J he main feature or the program
of the AdeJphie .society last evening
was a lecture by Prof. E. A. Zetter
strand on the subject, "Youth the
Springtime of Life." The professor
drew a close and striking parallel be
tween spring as one of the most pleas
ant and important of the seasons of the
year and youth, the period in every
person s lite which is so lull and rich
in promises and possibilities. Other
numbers of the program were a cor-
uet solo bv C. L. Krantz, and music by
mandolin and guitarclub. Next Fri
day evening the society will have a
so-called lantation Meetinj.
J he J. hrenokosmian society hail a
fine projjraiu last night. The general
subject was "American Humor and
Uuniorists. the exercises being as
follows: Music, A. W. Edwins, dec-
amatiou, Carl Jacobson; speech, F
Hanson: extracts from writings of
Josh Billings, F. Tornholm: Mark
Twain, L. L. Uroden; extracts from
the writings of Bob Burdette, C. A.
Eckstrom. "Miss Maloney on the
Chinese Question," Mrs. Penrose:
music, Miss E. Wahlgren.
Miss Lvdia Jsward has been re
ceived as a member of the chapel
choir. The choir is continually busy
with learning new songs, and already
has a very extensive repertoire
Among the latest musical works taken
up for practice are: "Estudiana," an
ideal college song, "The Owl," and
others. Next Tuesday evening the
conservatory chorus will meet for
practice. Prof. t. h.. Peterson will
be the conductor, Prof. B idfors, ac
companist, and Mrs. Lund, soloist
home special work will be taken hi
nd made the basis of study. Mem-
Kirs will be admitted only upon rec
inmendation of a special committee
pnointed to have all such matters in
harge. and it is hoped that this
chorus will be the nucleus of one that
will continue and keep up the work
for years to come.
Aext edaesday evening the lni-
ial entertainment of the Lyceum lec
ure course will be given. 1 here is
o reason why the course should not
prove a uecuicil success, ana thus
warraut the Lyceum in arranging for
similar courses to be given annually,
Thei; services in the chapel tomor
row evening will le in English.
The executive committee of the
board of regents had a short meeting
j last Thursday. The whole board will
meet the 12th of December next,
when many important matters will
come up for consideration.
The Lyceum held a well attended
meeting at 5 p. ni. Thursday. The
liscussion was the pos-
tv nf tn Iilikh 1 n it fi pnllfKrp n;itir.
principal of j j.-or various reasonsit wasthougbt
His record , best not to undertake the project at
WITH THE CENESEO LODGE.
Rock Island Masons Have a Tleasant Visit 1
Capt. II. C. Cleaveland, Henry Kra
mer, M. S. Heagy. Ben Lamont, P.
Greenawalt. H. A. J. McDonald,
and James Carl, members of the Kock
Islaud Masonic fraternity, enjoyed the
hospitality of Stuart lodge. So. 92, of
Geneseo. last night, and are lavish in
their praise for the royal manner in
which they . were entertained. After
the lodge had disposed of its routine
work, the memliera and their guests
repaired to the banquet hall, where a
delicious repast was done justico to.
and following which there was a Sea
son of speechmakiug and general so
ciability. Among those present was
Richard Demming. of (Jeneseo. one of
the oldest Masons in the United
States, who is now in his 91th year,
and having been a Mason 73 vears.
The Wealth of Cnba.
If Uncle Sam should, in the interest of hu-
miuilly. add Cuba to his dominions it would
almost double bis wealth. With C'ubt under a
stable jrovernmcnt and fully cultivated. Uncle
Sam would soon control the world's markets
for lour (rreat staples tobacco. suKar, coffee
and rice. It seems a shame to abandon, tbi
rich L-Jand to un alien rice. It Is a greater
shame for a man to abandon bis stomach to
the ravages of disease. To strengthen the
stomach lake Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. I
Is jnst the thintf to stimulate the appetite.
It w 11 overcome dyspepsia. If there Is cotwti
pation it will establish retfularitvof the bowels.
It makes the nerves strong und steady, and
elves restful slumber. Tbtre is no substitute
Constipation prevents the body
from ridding itself of waste matter
Do Witt's Little Early Kisers will
remove the trouble ana cure sick
headache, billlousness. inactive liver
and clear the complextion. Small
sugar, coated, don't gripe or cause
nausea. T. H. Thomas, A. J. Kiess
and M. F.Bahnsen, druggists.
years have not been idly spent, but
on the contrary he lias devoted hiiur
self constantly and closelt' to his vo
cation, until he has come to le looked
upon as one of the brightest practical
school men of this section. Mr. Ad-
diton is a Xtw Englander by birth.
He was born in Maine in 1855. He
has liecn identified with public educa
tioual work in various cities, and
everywhere he has added to his well
arneu anu aeserveu reputation, i u:,, trr:
Probably Mr. Additon is best known LtLiiu'r mil
n Hock island county as
he Cordova schools. 1
here speaks for itelt. lie is one of
"A Word to
Would not seem out of place
here when h c refer to Thc
Model" Shoe Store.
EXTRA SHOE VALUES
Island, in which capacity
A. P. 1U ESIXG.
serving his third terra, is the candi
date for sheriff. Mr. Hiies;ng was
born across the river in Davenport in
l?t0, but came to Kotk Island, which
has since continued to be his home, a
few years afterward. His career.
step by step, has been one of dis
tinction to himself and pride to his j
I friends, his popularity spreading, anl;
his worth becoming known
A WORD WITH THE BOYS. Hjj
3 BV WILL H. U1XOX. b
Boys, your future lies before you
today, bright, clear and promising,
like the glorious dawn of a mid-summer
day; but you can make or mar
that future by the habits you are
forming in life. If you are forming
good habits of industry, economy,
honesty and morality, the habit of
speaking kindly to those around you.
of reading good books, and being
manly boys, then there is a place
waiting for vou awav down the road
that you will one day be called upon
to fill; some high position of honor.
trust and profit. It may be on the
press, at the bar, in the pulpit, or
. . ... i
even the presmencv i cannot bay
but it will le well worth striving for
one that will make your mother, rela
tives and friends proud of you: one in
which vou can make tins big old
world some Itetter, brighter and hap
pier, and vour own ine a granu sue
. t . -. ,w. r
ces insteaa or a iauure. mereiore
I say to you, read good literature, le
industrious, bo honest. le manly
liovs: avoid evil associates and bad
habits as you would a poisonous rep
tile, for habits formed in youth are
apt to cheg to you through all the
years oi your ine. 1 nave matle up a
little vere here that I trust M ill belli
roa tortmemlier what I have said.
and if it will help even one boy along
on-life Vpothirar. I shall feel well re-
Dr. C. A. Swensson, of Lindsborg,
has., visited his alma mater yester-
lav. ine doctor had just been in
Chicago and so stopped off to make a
hhort call upoti us while enroute for
the west again. He took supper in
the college dining hall, and pleased
the assembled audience by making
pome felicitous remarks, referring
chiefly to the days which he himself
spent at Augustaua.
Gray Bros.' $3.50 and $i Ladies'
Shoes, for to get acquainted with
Kock Island s liest blioe. customers
are now on sale at the
' Plentv of nice dressed chickens, per pound IOC
200 pounds of fancy Japan tea, per pound I5c
Package coffee, XXXX or Lyon IOC
Iard, 1,000 pounds, nice and pure, 4 pounds 25c
'Fresh bread, three loaves for tOC
rienty of dairy butter, per pound 75 and 7Jc
We have a stock of Shoes, Rubbers, Rubber Boots,
Horse Blankets, Blankets, Comforts, Shirts and Under
wear, that we arc selling at very low prices. W'e also
keep house furnishing goods and tinware..
-1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
Hal U Is br,ljr1 r.ist.T.
Me ho erve5 hi'ai U a &lave
He drsan down bu victim e h d"fier
From tbe cradle to the srrave
If ron d not is life s battle. .
Beed the richt. tbe cood. ine true;
If vou do Dfit conquer habit.
Hiiil tbea rU conquer you.
nni the count v. It is indeed fortunate
that a par'y should have a man within
Burkleo's Arales Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It i9 guaranteed to
through- I give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
sale br LLulz & UHcmeycr.
Send voir address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits
J bese puis are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
constipation and sick ache. For ma
Iaria and liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guaran
teeu to oe periectiy iree Irom every
deleterious substance, and to be pure
ly vegetable. They do not weaken bv
their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigor
ate the system. Regular size 2o cent
der box. Sold by Ilartz & Ullemeyer,
Handsome Souvenir Hat Pins and
and Cuff Buttons given with every
Ladies1 Box Calf and Kid Shoes, np-
to date styles, good ip-J.oO oi nc
We have determined that many more of the good
people of this vicinity shall rest easy. In that end
we have set apart this week, beginning Monday, Oct.
31, and ending Saturday, Nov. 6, as Couch Week.
During this time any couch in our great store can
be bought at exactly one third less than the regular
This Means That Hundreds
WW Take Advantage
of the exceptional opportunity and it will demonstrate
also that we carry more couches than some dtalers
have chairs. Our line of couches of which you will
have your selection combines everything in the most
approved coverings and the sooner you come the
larger the assortment to select from. We will put
away the one you select and keep it until Christmas
if you wish. Remember couches go at regular
prices after Saturday, Nov. 6.
At ways the Biggest
Always the Best
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure'1 for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to
i . . . . . ,
uays. us action upon toe system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold bv Otto Grotian. 1501 Second
avenue. kock island, and oust
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Seconc
'- Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of 'corns and bunions
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Aliens root-Iase makes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a
Try it today
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores.
By mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted. Le Kov. X. Y.
certain cure ror sweating
hot. tireo. acning leet.
Arnold1 Bromo Celery cures head
aches: 10, 25 and 0 cents. Beiss'
Ts Cars) Coasiipatloa Vorevezw
1UiCucsrtlS CssdrCathmnuL iiv,.fh
If C C. C. tail M core, druggists reload sooaey.
Souvenirs with every
$1.25 grades . . .
Shoes, the QQqI
Good Wearers for Boys,
Especial attention called to
our windows. You will see
bargains In them every day.
Look for the new shoe store.
Clemann & Salzmann
Cor. Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.
"THE CORN IS IN THE COLONEL,
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place yonr order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Eooirs opposite Harper House.
And the kernel's in the corn," the
actor says in the play. If it M
our fine whiskey, that is made
from the kernel that is in the col
onel, be can congratulate himself
on having something that is pure
and high grade, and that will
warm the cockles of his heart and
ward off jri and other ailments
on a cold Autumn day.
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Her are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, 20, $22. 25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from 5. f 5 CO, $6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line. ?
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