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THE AKGT7S, FlUDAT, NOVEMBER 11,US9S.
Foi:cv.ed by Heart Disease, Cured by'
DS. MILES' HEART CUKE.
OF THE SIXTH.
tbe Trip to
tt yr It. C. C. EiiTXTS. cf VTIntsrset, Iswe.
V'l', I ever, tor rd naaufECtnuf of
A T tL-j.!;-- ?.ifrjty V. hM.i'-trcc Coup'dr.-.
tvritcsof Slifrs lit.irt Cure. "To yc:;:
rocattticko? LaCri;-j.o lott. mi T.lth a
veil: h'r.rf-. I Isai rua
:.;. ta bcr.e, 1 cr. !u toisiee p Jj -lr.;
"ot7;j for n.ittr.fcrltsr f pch.s; freac:;. jhzr.
csirllm; ; Jdna and j,::!:iir.tit-a itiused a cor
: tr.r-t f'ar cf sailiie.i c'c-lii, nottir. cyll
I.idtico L;;- t; rcnJ". aray Lo3 oti:
z.!sht. LI loce.l pby.dcian rrc-crTci Ir.
JUItV Heart. Core and In a '.'S7 day3 I was
Lie to sleep c!I i.ad tho pains gradually
K-ssencd. Mid Cn::l:? rcascd. I reduced til
the dysoa, jr-is'd S'tcen pounds, an i
tta uow fo2i::i5 ijtt jr In overy way thoc I
Live for years." fZIK:r2r""
r. lui-ti- wEcaicaci''- r, 'V.-',
5.oI5 ty t:i r.&f . '22
is utdr a r-c-itivo iS '"?
id. I-ogI: oa els- r; ..K rJ
of tie heart ma rTTTrV
DC MILKS i:nMCAI, CO., Elkhart, ltd.
3 -ScS ?5
' V V'''
Perfect FLAVOR and PURITY.
rtSKE ON EACH PIECE.
For Sale By
At Krcll tt? Math's.
W i:i-.t- in sJiH-k thc:ilove line of
Thrv l.:tvc a reji::atin w!iic!i i
jx'irK-s-!. atnl fiior;il. 'J'iicy :ire .
avi-11 n.iPif.I L:i 15:-c.-t t-s. " as tliat
i.s what t li-y arc in -I.r. make
aii'i liavr. If vuii have not triel
tkt'lii. a aiii;i l-o will coiivinre
von th.it o handle nothing but
to he ha !. aiitl u hen you pive a
of ei-.ocolates or I;on 1k-h.- from
KreM iV .Math to our wife or
sweetheart, t heir smile will le a
sweet as M.ur o!Terin. Try some
O.l. I. Jack Foster loM a Moii
uionth eiti.eii the other lay that it
hal heen sftt'e.l that his regiment,
tbe 6th. to which Company A, of this
city. lt-lor)3. would be taken to
SprintieM to Ik; m;jstere:l cut of the
United States service. ' If the move
ment to have the '.jovs mustered out
at home hail ln.en s-tartc t sooner,
Faid the colonel, '-it mirht have
smuuiiteil to sometliin. h::t the de
jai 1 tiifiit iias already made its con
tracts and arraniiement.s for Sjirin
lielJ. I think the Ujys will lJ weil
treated. The manufactures lnih!injj
will be u.-ed for. sleetfinir :;iarters.
ami it is beiu fitted ui v. ith heaters.
Hunks liave been built in it ai.d every
thing iil be loneto mal;..' them com
fortable. T.he dfiae IitiiMin iil be
ued as thfr eatinjr hall. The same
man has llie emit rat t to feed the Oth
that cared fur the Z'. Tiiev had no
complaints to make i.bout th'2 fare.,
and the men will be well treated.:
The boys are expected to report at j
Chaplain K. rri. of the C:i.
ans-.verinjr iii'i'iii ies for ilate-
new lecture. The American
iu t!ic Late Camoaiiru."'
BOTH ARE DISCHARGED.
A GEORGIA DOCTOR.
Nut Looo'h Kvidence Azainat Itigpun and
Oeorjre Ilispan and George Marshall
were before Justice Cramer yesterday
afternoon for preliminary examina
tion tor the alleired robi'jap oi uniiam
Ioyens of ?40 at Banker's saloon on
iifth avenue a few yveeks aj;o
Doyens had nocorroborative evidence
and btate s Attorney .sear.. not con
sidering the facts presented sutiicient
to hold the men. recommended their
dismissal, which yvas ordered bv the
Juun Mc-Carthv. a stranger, who
swiped an overcoat belonijin;; to Fred
IJevansev, a loarder at the First Ave
nue hotel, was held to the grand jury
in $200 bonds for larceny bv Magis
trate Stafford today.
Mrs. Kate Schocker, of 31S Twenty
third street, and her three small,
poorly clad children, were taken to the
county jail this morning in the patrol,
by Chief IVmler, in order that they
uijjht receive proper attention until
such time as the court makes disposi
tion of them. The woman, who is
thought to lie mentally deranged, was
found seated with her little ones in
Si.eneer iuare. One child was bare -
Jioidier footed. Mrs. Sehoekcr said her hus
band illtreatcd her and refused Jo sup
Kay t'oiTee Canted RhenmatUm and II
Especial pains must h taken by
j'i vsieiaiiS jireserimn rosiiini, loou
fTe to insist that it l.e lini!ed lonpf
enouli to extract me. iiavor ami rinni
elements, otherwise it may be under-
boiled aijd disappoint the patient.
T was finally compelled to abandon
coffee alt iirether as it made me ex
tremely nervous and di.y ami upset
T have laid in bf-d many nights fear
ing to to sleep bccaii.-e of tlie pai-
Thr is a rendition pess
tie to some
few sotiii tht :f not really the hi-rhst
nttrihute c hr.mai;:ty would be cLk.scu
Ly mcft men cf t:-ib!o mold vcri" selec
tion p ssible. It is the unawed fran-(;-ciI'ity,
the absolute iuai ility to fear,
that some m n, not many, possess, or
rather, one should Fay, by which seme
::ien are Tos.-vsscd. An instance cf sncli
courage on a low plane is that cf Po
toii,l::: kicking asirh? the bl(ly head
of his 1 1 eii. cessr as he stepped to the
I leek, an :;or almost indelicate enough
to be him.oreus, yet withal siiiifie-ant
of a:i iron nerve.
Somewhere ia the late seven tie.? an
othrr I'r.s ;;.-.:i. but this tine a sav:.nf.
(rave- a prr.of f what Ictitrth a rart iu-
VOTE IN THE THIRTY-THIRD.
Complete Election Returns From the Sen
Thecompletecdlieial returns from the
Thirty-tliird senatorial district places
U llliam i'ayne s majority at o,tb4
the vote on senator and represeuta
tives be-ing as follows:
J. H. MuUican. D
WUlijun Payee. K
T W. Hurst. t
W. ". Ctle. K
ei. V. Jocn-son. K
VALUABLE BOOK FREE.
..!! 03' J
Quaint Fanliiona In Slanilla.
Con cf the orient enrt'i nr.d open sa,
Mar.iUa. that in thy lap and ca thy breast
Bath fathered beauties nil the loveliest.
On which the sue smilrs in his n.ajcfty,
and so cn. The tmatrain. with an uuim
portant emendation, is from Eawrinjr.
It sounds Cue- and rinas fals
used to be regarded as the Kicst foitu
r.ately situated city in the world. Jait
why is a problem. Set btner.:h a torriil
sky, remote from the routes of com
merce, it has squatted. u!iheediufr and
practically tmhevded, the capital of a
ffi-ctch of trnfurtcnato i:de.s. Visitors
have l.ctu infreijuent. The earliest was
Map-ll::i:. The most recurrent lias been
the typhoon. Thciiicst peiti:iaeioas hs
been thtf earthquake.
Objects o.f iistere.'- hp1 few. A:nonc;
th- m is tho me.-tio. Superstitions as a
ballad, hmT.orocs as a serenade, sin
floats, a human L ntti rily, alons i-hs SL-ar
let lam s. Another feature is tho cli
mate. , x anc-v a pastiitc burning m a
vr.THir bath. The atmosphire has th.e
::vor of cachousaiid the bite f red pep
pers. Cost nine, iu eoiiseqin-iice, is brief.
Tim mamil! i of the me.-ti.: is her hair.
iter ruiua.:;t is mist, verv tri.alit. verv
loo. e. The m;:!o half caste wears trou
sers iind a shirt. The tails of the latter
ue not always tacke-l in. On hih davs
he flaunts them. The effect is neat, no
:udy. So much f: r 1-xr.i fashion. Hd-
ar fcia'tus in Collier's Wet kl v.
3'2-Tase Book on Art anil Fancy Work
OlventoThe Areas Readers.
Mrs. Nella Daett, editor of the
Home, has published a new edition of
her book. "Fancy Work and Art Dee
oration."' giving practical instruc
tions for making doilies, table ewers,
searfs. tray cloths, piu cushions, ete
with oO illustrations. This book, to
rether with '-Successful Home Dve
iur. " will be sent free to any reader
of The Akgcs who forwards the at
tached coupon and a 2-cent stamp to
Weils, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
This Iiber.v yr ,
is made to adVyTej
the reliable Diaux ml i
Dyes and to get their,
book upon the home !
dyeing In the hands J
of women who want
to dress well by mak-
S'rnl thi with a
2 - crnt ttamp to
irv;i. HU tuxrUon x
eo Bu-linjlan, Vt.
anit rrcrire ly mail,
ont copy tach vf
"FHncy Work'' jji't
less nru i iijjiiv--
their old "cloth- y
IPS look new.
Diamond Dyes are prepared specially j
for home use. and are practical and :
simple. They make fast colors and
are f ir superior to any other method1
of home dyeing.
Semi for books today. They will I
he'p veu in making Christmas irifts, !
Cheap Cash Store.
Maud S., Gold Medal, or Boston Record Flour $t,10
Several other brands of flour, per sack 70C to t.00
Gold Dust, large size package, only. . . -.
Santa Claus or Anti-Washboard Soap, 10 bars for 25C
Choice Japan Tea siftings, per pound 15C
Plenty of dairy butter, per pound 75 and J7c
the f 1.23 kind.
this sale. . .
Ladies' and Gents Umbrellas
this sale only
Men's Rubber Boots, $3.50 kind.
Boys' Rubber Boots, best quality. .
A bargain lot of Misses and Children's Rubbers,
only per pair 10 and .' -.
The annual meetintr ef the stoe-k-
holders of the People's Power com
pany will le held at the Rock Island
ollice of the company, Friday, Nov.
25, 19S. at 3:30 p. m., for the election
ef directors for the ensuing year and
such tther business as may come be
fore the meeting.
S. S. Davis,
Secretary People's Power Company.
Arnold's Bromu Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Keiss'
1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
Food for Thought
'' s ' V I
Krell & Math's
. Ft one 11. 'Si 1719-1718 Second Ayenue.
We also sell Oysters by the 'can.
w. s. v, :i.'.vix.s!:,-, :.i. i.
!'r; J 'rnailwsi ,-. Autr.:st:i. tia
pitati. n nnd skipping of Ci?
auil know in g the terrible' eot:se j uences
likely to follow the constant stimula
tion from coffee.
I am of t'ie opinion that weak and
nervous people who have Used col; e; a
long time, should be given a liberal
allowance of lVstiim Food ('o'Vec. as ill
such caM-s you have present an e-
tensivelv lowered tone of nervous im-
te:'.-:ty of p
in croer to i!n
suicide m.r.y ! t
in? he subject
pose will ci.rry a man to.
'.-(. "rr-d th.'nrv tli-'l- a
delib.'rare and i:::repent
1 Limsi lf to hideous tor-
pulse, d.-gciu-r le5 nerve tissue
table heart action, e-te., broii-rht aliout
bv repcatdl elees el the ilrui: we call
It is a physiological fact that the
nerwms sy.-'.em piesides over and
controls the nutiilion of the entire
T'ctum Foc.il CoflVc contains flic
p!ioihate. anil albuminoids natural
ly and beautifully combined, nrah
ing an admirable nerve and tissue
-):;e of my p.i! iet-.t s, Mrs. A. W..
still'-led -..iisi.-t nt I v from indigestion
and lhen mat i -in. also from trouble
with her heart and insomnia.'
I finally siiio i'ilul. after a multi
tude of argument in i ii.I ii n her l-o
a'oandon tl:e c.ifre't and Use Postum.
with a most !! u ti ring resiill.
She began to sleep v i ll at once,
the stomach and heart l " disap
peared as did the f-.ieumattsm.
(mole gradually however). Coffee
produce r.ii aeiii and rheumatism in
many caes. au-l the l e ison fr forbid
ding its use is plain.
lhis is but ne clip I refer to. I
prescrile Postum Food Coffee very
ireijiiently a 1 know of its great
tnre, endina in death, but under such
.-irer.nis'iaii. tr, that he mi.cht have re-lirqiTi.-
hed his design at r.ny state cf
its prtv-ress. He lay on his back upon a
Ndstrad from which he had stripped
all the clothinp. v. ith a lamp placed r.:i
dermath him so that the flame just
touched his spin:-, rb-mg rt intervals to
mak" iiute-s, which were afterward pub
lished. They show a calm spirit of re
search and ire .-lightly trir.mphant i:i
t .-'e. though toKche-il into hi-.:!i r lief
once cr twice- by an cxpres.-ion of an-
mii.-n. r. 1 ostcr m orlh iimerican
How to Look (,ooU.
Good looks are really more than
slsin i!eo?. denemlm'!" i-nlii'idv on n.
healthy condition of all lint vital or
gans. If the liver be inactive, you
have a bilious look: if your slomach be
disordered, you have a dyspeptic look;
if your kidiu ys be ah'ei ted, you have
a pinched look. Secure good health,
and you will surely have good looks.
Elect rie Bitters"' is a good alterative
and tonic. Acts directly on the
Hard foal Market.
Anthrax e coal, all si.Tcs, delivered
at ?!.oO per ten, for immediate de
livery. 1.. ti. 1- K.VZIlit.
slo:naeh. liver and kidneys. Purities
the blood, cures pimples, blotches
and boils, and gives a good complex
ion. Every bottle guaranteed. Sold
at Harlz A: Ullemeyer's drug store.
50 cents jkt bottle.
K lieu mat Iftin Cured In 24 llouis.
T. J. Blackmore, of llaller ft Blaek
more, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A
short limit since I procured a bottle
of -Mystic Cure.' It got me out of
the honse in 21 hours. I took to my
ImjiI with rheumatism nine months
ago and the -Mystic Cure' is the only
medicine that did me any good. I
hail live of the best physicians in the
citv. but I received very little relief
from them. I know the -Mystic Cure'
to Ik? what it is represented, and take
pleasure in recommending it to other
Sold by Otto Grot jan. 1501 Second
avenue. Rock I-land; Oust Schlegel &
Son. 220 West Second street, Davenport.
Overcome evil with good. Over
come your roughs and colds with One
Minute Cough Cure. It is good. Chil
dren cry for it. It cures croup, bron
chitis, pneumonia, grippe and ail
throat and lung diseases. T. II.
Thomas, A. J. Riess au-J M F. Buha
To Preserve Health.
Perr!o should sleep on their ripht
s:ues ana avoid tho habit of making
plans when in bed. Eieht Inurs should
be spout in sleeo. The window should
bo open, all iiiirht, and the ouautitv of
e-e.wrir.Ks- should be regulated by a ther
mometer. The iurrai::r ir.b should be
ut ihi tempi ratsre of tho I tody. Exe
ci.- should bo taken before breakfast bv
tiir a who r.ra robttst; those who
weakly should take a -lass of milk and
a biseuit before oiii or.t. The eatim
cf fat should bo cultivated, as it feed
the little cells, which desrrov disease
girms. Intoxicants destroy these cdhs
A!iiraah; are i'vt to carrv disease "erms:
therefore, ihildri u should not be allow
ed to i et ind f indie stray cr.ts. do
etc. Three Ds fhotihl bo partieuhuly
watehe d drmkii.:; water, dampness ami
drains. It a child is threatened with a
t-ol.l, .- trip h:s feet and fairly toast them
before the fire for nearly half r.u hour.
till they are throughly htaUd through.
Then put him to l ed and rub his ehc.-:t
v. ith j;e so f.-reaso or vaseliu nntil it
plows, mid have him drink a nip of
very hot rr.;l:. 1 cv colds will survive
o-To-Itae for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco huhit cure, makes weak
men sirocg, biool pure. bOc. ti. All ur jsis.
It will give you when you see
the prices that we have placed
on our Library Tables, Leath
er Sofas and Chairs, and our
superb Book Cases. Literary
men and students find our
large Topped Library Tables
most convenient. You can se
cure plenty of library comfort
from our rich stock of Library
Furniture at small cost.
The -Sapreiiio Tenor.
Louis Ca'h t. r. Trench musician, pi
tented hi:::s' If i:t tho- director's room
the Gram! Opera in Paris one eveni
fiurm me aii:::m:s:ration ol l-ui-i:e
Kitt. The latter was a jrre-at stickler for
the diiinitv of tho place and remarkc d
as the vi.-itt.r took off his topcoat that
he was not ;:i ovcnin.ii dress.
ics. my dear director," returned
oi'.iii i, i ao ro:ao jasi, i;s l was. Cio
very n.ue'i pr;s: e l. However, I have
not had to cross the theater. "
"Ah," it it t sighed, "but on the starre
of tlie Opera ouu ought always to bu iu
e-veni'.iji lre.-s. "
evt rtheless, Callet answered
liphlly, "I just now saw Joan de Kcs.ke
very styli.-h. no doubt, but in u lroek
cuat a frock coat .'"
"Ves, yes, no doubt, bet but he is
a tenor I" Exihanjre.
& lcte bv T
w Do You
Feed Your Stove
he tko- c'ful cr the bucketful ? The
: t'lt z3 r.cccssary to l'll a stove
1 t j kcrp it hot hai been made oSso-
V.'EL ;::cvci and Rrc-es. They rro-
d':c"- "- L s- t;r vclume tf Lect witli a smaller amount
A;V CI" fl becauio they are constructed on strictly iricntific
7r S-- --A , r rl-c:DVs. Thcj- are most
s W Wl I
Unit f;uii k wit is not confined to
cities was proved one? day by tt youn
woman who was lamblim; alone one of
the. Lou Island roads. She was dressed
smartly, she thought, and when she mi t
a umall, bare legged urchin earrviiiL? a
bird's nest with c:.-s ia it eke did not
he.-itatu to stoji him.
"You are a wicked bny. "she eaid.
This week we shall give the
ladies a chance to buy nenv
up-to-date Shoes from tlie
factories of Gray Bros', and
Eddy it Webster. The $3
and $3.50 qualities iu six
stales, at our own popular
introduction sale price : : :
Remember these are not old
shop worn or off-style shoes
of 10-year-old stocks, but
every pair just from the factory.
The- $1. 25 grades, good styles
ami satisfactory wearers, our
popular price Q5c
LADIES HARM SUPPERS
Just the thing for house
wear, worth 75c, our popu
See the Boy's Shoes we sell
for iiSc. It is a good $1.25
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Fleetrf j Maehine for
the treatment of Ni rv. .us
and X-Kuy woik.
Have Ycu Cot It?
If not, consult
Medical Insti- B
Who Has Cured
Dlt J. K WALSfl,
I.aie of Cbleairo. former
ly Surtfeon-in-e'hlef of St,
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others.
"II-.w could you rob that mst? No LOOK AT OUR WINDOWS
uouot me poor mother is now grieving
for the b.ss of h.r e?s. "
"Oh, she- dc-u't care, " nMiel the ur
ed'iup: away, "tho's up in your
Man Is Vv'iscr.
Gerryman (:it th mirror) Put a
in Old; y before a 1 o kinj: j:hiss, theyfcay.
Ci::l hi; wni hxjk ! ebmd it.
For every day Shoe Snaps, or
look in, the store whether you
buy or not. We want your
trade. Souvenirs given away
for a few more days.
po But a man knows bet
ter. He knows he won't find anything
tnnuier there than the- face he tees be
fore him. BostuJi Transcript.
best m itcri.il to rft
5 V?lf 1 Ui'CCI tialt to h" - w'--kJ
iRGESTSTOVT FIA.NT IN WJW
ind civo the best
ccausc thev are
be procured. They crc most
satLjfiCtorv in every w.iv, be-
Stoves and Itr.rj:rs. famou3
r over u.:r.v years. Over
3,oco.; oa :jv.- i.i i.se.
Ak yo.:r dealer for then
md loci; for the trade niarL.
Jcrrel Stos-es arc telu ??7
Men, Mvers & Lowmnf
Exact justice is commonly more mer
ciful in tho long run than pity, for it
i-mis to roster iu men tnese stronger
t.ualities which maka them g xxl citi
i rcncli experts in the des. i t of Sahara
tro expressinpr appr h nsios at th
train;; oiminut'.cn .f the fertile on sea.
nisuaowu mat t;:e large oases were
much larger in the time ef the ancient
Romans and that they are being con
stantly reduced in sizo hy tho encroach
ments or the sand dunes. The problem
U liow to stop these.
Constipation prevents the body
irom rmeiing itseit of waste matter.
De Witt s Little Early Risers will
remove the trouble and cure sick
headache, billiousness. inactive liver
and clear the comnlextion. Small
ugar. coated, don't gripe or cause
nausea. 1. 11. 1 nomas, A. J. Kiess
and M. F.Bahnsen, drutrists.
SuLscribe for Thz Abgcs,
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 your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Rooms opposite Harper House-.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
ev, IJver nnd Skia Llseases can be aulckly and Dermanentlv cured by our advance
Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened
sanity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion.
I ' ' 1 ' - 1 Y V. L. I TTVl
system of medlc-ine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others v. ben we (ruarantee you a permanent cure In seven diyBby our painless
methods. Hydr cele cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. Wre
hsve cured many caes rivi-n upas hopeless, and we may be able to eure you. Runricul
operations verforujo-U at your home if desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
OUK CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nurn
er-us ai-irnriwledifments we haTe receP-ed from the newspapers for our remarkablft cure
fn both tiiedioal and surgical eases 1.4 proof conclusive that our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but co suit us ut once und
reKaln your lost health. There Is a stae In every disease tuat can lie cured. Have
you passed that state? if not. do not experiment uny lonirer, but consult us ut once. Fur
thermore, we offer 41.000 to any one proving our credentials false We make it an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist tilers such a fair proposition. ONLY CU HAULM
CASKS TKKX. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun.
oreds cured by miO. Hours to 1 3; 3 to 5; 7 to H. Sundays, 11 :30 to 1 :3.
OFF CE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUCn BUILDIXC, DAV0PORT, IA
FIXE TAILORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Hero are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from f 18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $6, $6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
1803 Second Ave.
Has made a record for good goods at low prices and satisfaction
to all patrons. Its future aim will be to uphold this record.
It is now showing a handsome array of fine jewelry of every
description, including novelties of every description. Your
re-pairing of any kind will receive careful and prompt attention.
Bleuer's Jewelry Store.