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THE AUGUSrTnUitSDAY, DECEMBEK 29, 1898.
Publiahed Dally ud Weekly at ISM Saaoad
Avenue, Boca 'land. HL lEnterad at the
Poavofflce m Scoond-clia matter.!
III THE KAMS or J. W. fVllU
TERMS Dall t , 10 eenta per week. Weekly,
2.00 per la ilruM fl M.
All communications ot political or artTnnen-
ul1i character, political or rellaloua, mt
kua real name attached (or publication. No
aea article will be printed over neUttoua
Correapondenee aoUelted. from avery towa
' ahip la Bock Island county.
Thcbsdat, Dec. 29.
Illinois is a great corn state and
sbonld make a liberal appropriation
to display the uses and value of corn
. . . a 1.
to the peoples or tne oia wona wno
gather at the Paris exposition.
-uincy Herald, Kigbt: ..
' : A max over in Keytesville, says the
Slater (Mo.) Index, bought his" boy a
nice double-barreled shotgun last
week, and when he took it borne tne
U first thins the bov did was to look
down the barrel and ask if it was
loaded. The father didn't say a word.
but got on bis horse and took the gun
right back to the dealer and took in
exchange a sawbuck, an ax and other
The Philadelphia Record gives the
friends of Alger sometmng to ponaer
over in this: "Shoddy uniforms; 'em.
llmpri' Impf: shelter tents that did
not shelter; no pay for troops willing
tn l.ii ir fhenn fond that thev could eat.
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and medical sunnlies conspicuous be.
i9na nf thftir absence! Small wonder
that the death rate from disease in the
army rose to such abnormal propor
tions during the brief Spanish-Amerl
At the ew tngland dinner in
Charleston, S. C, Senator Hoar was
the orator. The Worcester Spy recalls
that 64 vears a;ro his father left Char
leston because the legislature had
asked the governor to expel him, and
the sheriff advised him to go. He had
come to procure the release of four
nejrro sailors who nau been taken irom
Massachusetts vessels. This is the
story told today. Sectionalism is dead
Since McKinley has been president
UnAQl-nl 1?0mI hfia liOAII iliat f oil f f.l mtH
tc the White House, each time strictly
oi official business. It is said by the
Maine man's friends that he has never
asked the president to grant him a
favor cither in the matter of patron,
age or otherwise, holding that the ad
ministration ouirht to consult him
rerardinr such affairs in so far as they
- atlect the state -of Maine. This the
presidcut does not see fit to do.
The embarrassment, ana it is
1 oared trouble, with which this coun.
try is brought face to face in the Phil
ippines by the shrewdness of the
Spaniards in deserting the island of
lloilo to the Aguinaiuo insurgents.
is likely to be the first of but many
perplexities and complications that
will involve the nation in the gov
ernment of the archipelago that the
influences that are just now regulat
ing this country felt was too tempt
ing a morsel "to pass up. Rut the
present moment is not for sentiment
alities. As this government has taken
aa unnecessary job on its hands its
duty is forthwith to assert itself, and
as Ion" as the American flag is re.
sponsible for anything in the Philip
pines it must be responsible for all.
Every ether emblem of national au
thority must come uowd.
Tax on Information.
Tit K11TL PlMtt
The American Newspaper Publish
ers' association has presentea to the
American members of tke Lniieu
States and Canada joint high commis
sion a convincing plea for free print-
, r I 1 'm...
lnrr naner auuiree wow iuii. jucic
is a question of revenue involved, as
the duties on imported wood pulp
amount to less than f 42.WU a year
There is no American manufacture to
le protected. Our paper mills can
make paper cheaper than any other in
the world. They are, in fact, export
ing paper at the rate of 1,000 tons a
week, and at an annual value of $2,
702.351. Absolutely no paper for
newspaper use is imported.
In the course of the conversation,
which turned ou mythology, the chan
cellor said be could never e dure Apol
lo, who flayed Martvas out of cenceit
and envy and clew the children cf 2 iobe
urr 111 NAn
1 - -"T.S
of U Globe for
BERMiH MEDICAL LAWS,
praacnMa By eauaeat pcyasiaaat
DR. RICHTER S
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. . I K Trl. Mark rM
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Braaofc Hoaaaa. Owa Glaarworka.
Btuu fcaaoreea m rooommranra ay
MarefiaU Ftetaer. 1KB
9T9 PUUTI HH. irviu UIU ew-
John Pewrstoo. '
HOCK lilri, in
I ANCHOR" erTOStaCHAL. bl for
fotlr, P mr pare atrrr rh Cwtt tm.
lor similar reasons. "fie la the genuine
type of a Frenchman, cie who cannot
bear that another should play the flute
better than or as well as himself.
"Bismarck Memoirs" by Buscb.
COAL VALLEY CTJXLI'GS.
Coal Valley, Dec. 28. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Johnston, of Preemption,
visited at James Clegg's Sunday.
Miss Lina lees spent Christmas
with her parents.
Albert WooIIey left lor his home in
Mr. and Mrs. James Hampsoa vis
ited with relatives Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lees and
daughter spent Christmas in Cable.
Mr. and Mrs. John Spargo, - of Ca
ble visited with relatives Saturday
Richard Callahan has moved his fam
ily into the house just va cated by
Mr. and Mrs. William Wood visited
with Mrs. Wood's parents Saturday
The Christmas entertainment which
was held at the Presbyterian church
was well attended.
Miss Jennie Lees left Monday for
Rock Island, where she will spend a
few days with friends. i
Mrs. Porshia Fritz has left for Lin
coln, III., where she will visit her
Isister, Mrs. Samuel V eatherspoon.
The home of Marshal Harshey was
burned down Thursday morning.
The origin of the fire is not exactly
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis and family
came over from Cable Wednesday to
attend the wedding of Mrs. Lewis'
M. G. Bedford and family, Thomas
R. Lees and family, J. II. Lees and
family, W. Glenn and family, J. M.
Lees and family, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Bailey and Mrs. Sue Glenn spent
Christmas with Thomas Lees. After
dinner they went on the lawn and had
their pictures taken by Mrs. Sue
William Paul and Miss Alice Twom-
ley were married Wednesday evening
at the bride s home by Kev. Brown
Miss Fannie Twomley. sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid, and Henry Ellis
groomsman. Miss Ethel Lewis, of
Cable, played the wedding march
The bride received many handsome
presents. Mr. and Mrs. .Paul will
make their home with the groom
Foster. Dec. 26. Matthew Ohaver
came home from Keokuk, Iowa, to
spend the holidays.
John Zollner has been quite ill with
pneumonia, but is reported some bet
ter at this writing.
The entertainments at the German
M. E. and Baptist churches' Christ
mas were largely attended.
Willard Warman came home Mon
day to spend a week's vacation. He
is ensrajred in teaching school at Car
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krueger and
Mr. and Mrs. William Kruejrer, of
Ferdinand, spent Christmas with Ed
Feldman and family.
Mrs. Mary Shierman, of Lone Tree.
Iowa, and sister, Mrs. Frank Fox,' and
children, of Buchannan, Iowa, j are
siehdin; the holidaysat the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Meyer has boenf quite ill for
two weeks with malaria,' ami her con
dition indicates' symptoms of typhoid
It is supposed that she contracted this
sickness by caring for her daughter
and children who have been afllicted
with the same disease.
Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the "mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy
sicians, as the damage they will do i:
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from tnem. flail's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury,
and is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure be sure you eel the genu
ine. It is taken internally and is made
in Toledo, Ofcio, bv F. J. Cheney & Co
Sold by orurrists, price 5 cents
Betheada Aa Angel of Health.
Bethesda Mineral Spring Water has
proven an angel of health to the
thousands who have been cured by
its wonderful healing power, of
Bright's disease and kindred kidney
diseases. Write for our valuable
book, "Bethesda." giving full direc
tions, also a partial list of these who
have been cured, many of them doubt
less personally known to you. The
list includes the most prominent
among statesmen, physicians, bank
ers, farmers ana representatives irom
every class and from all sections,
Sold onlv in sealed half-gallon bottles.
Druggists. A. M. Jones, president.
Bethesda ir il spnng company.
It used to happen in Java that, owing
to want of transportation facilities, the
inhabitants rjf one part of the island
might be starring while those of an
other had as ranch rice as they could
eat. Railways hare remedied that state
Have you ever triend "T. & T.
Coffee?" The most deliciously
flavored brand ever offered for sale.
Put up in 2-pound, air-tight cans,
Late to bed and early to rise, pre
pares a man lor his home in the sties.
But early to bed and a Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer
and better and wiser. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Bless and M. F. Bain
WE PUBLISH tH&'SToHYA
Of A Bother Wonderful Care of Kidney
Backache for tbe Benefit of
Morrow Kid-ne-oids receive the
highest possible praise from an Elk
'aart, Indiana, business man. If Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids were not a worthy j
remedy, or the remedy we claim them
to be. it would be impossible to get
people living An Elkhart to praise
them. George Towman, the barber
at Main and Franklin streets, has
much to say for them and stronger
language could not, be used. Here is
what he says , word . for word: I
doubt very much if there are many
people living who have suffered worse
with kidney complaint and lived than
I have. My condition had gradually
been growing worse for years, notwith
standing the fact that " I have used
much "patent medicine,' as well
as being treated by physicians,
which has cost me lots of- money.
Only two months ago I paid a large
doctor bill for which I had received
not one particle of benefit. My con
dition has been so bad at times I have
had to quit work for a week or more.
The'pain through the small of my
back was so intense that it seemed to
me as if I were dying by inches. This
condition made me so nervous that by
pells I was unable to hold a razor
steady, ine kuinev secretions were
highly discolored and accompanied bv
a scalding pain in its passage. This
showed an excessiveness of uric acid.
No one could blame me for being com
pletely discouraged. I had begun to
believe that my condition was a hope'
less one, until hope took the place of
despair through reading of the many
cures affected by Morrow's Kid-ne-
oids. I could no more than fail
(which I had been doing right along,
although taking treatment from phy
sicians ana paying doctor bills) if
gave the Kid-ne-oids trial. I bought
two boxes to start with; and it seems
incredible when I say that I began
to feel better in 24 hours, but such
was tne case, inside or a week my
condition was more improved than it
haa been lor years from other treat
raeni. Aouay my backache has en
tirely disappeared, my nerves have
grown steady and strong and I am
perfectly free from urinary disturb
ances, notwithstanding the" fact that
I work hard all day. I am so elated
over my present healthful condition
that I suppose 1 have told and recom
mended Kid-ne-oids to over thirty of
ray customers. I make this state
ment for publication with . the hope
that tnose wno read it will not delay
one moment, but stop their Buffering
by using Kid-ne-oids at once, for
positively believe them to be the only
cure lor this complaint to be nau."
ine people oi this city and sur
rounding country should be convinced
at once through this statement and
lose no time from being cured. Kid-
ne-oids are yellow tablets (not pills)
and are for sale by M. F. Bahnsen and
all first-class druggists at 50 cents
box. John Morrow & Co., chemists.
. Reynolds, Dec. 28. W.
gomery, of Chamberlain, S,
a brief visit with his parents here last
Louis Vetter is reported very low
Jerome McCarthy has returned from
a week s vacation in Chicago.
M. K. Fenstermaeher left Thursday
ior a visit wiin relatives in unio.
Each of our churches held a Christ
mas entertainment Saturday evening.
Charles Sporling left Tuesday last
ior aiparaiso, inu., wnere he ex
pects to attend school.
Dr. Birchard and Mrs. John Mc
Laughlin and family spent Christmas
with relatives in Davenport
. Gus Anderson delivered 3,200 bush
els of -corn to the elevator here last
week, at 271 cents per bushel.
W. T. Johnston sent a car load of
hogs to the Chicago market Thurs
day, and Bruner & Vickers shipped
iour loans l uesaay.
Among those who loarded the train
for the three cities Saturday morning
were ur. Wait, . li. llaefele,
Guv and Hugh Wheaton, A. H. Smith
and Isaac Bovle.
Henry rrey tag, who was taken to
Chicago to undergo an operation for
the removal of a tumorous growth on
bis upper jaw, is said to have
stood the operation well and will soon
be home again.
The following were among those
from abroad who spent Christmas in
Reynolds and vicinity: B. E. Wait
and family, of Davenport; Miss Essie
Roseberrv, of Rock Island; W. W.
Clark and family, of Aledo; M. L.
Wait, of Chicago; Benjamin Ketzer, of
Champaign; bam Johnston and
mother, of Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs.
Clelland McEntire and Mr. and Mrs.
Shotwell, of Vinton, Iowa.
- Bucalea Arnica Salves
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns nn-i i... kin erup-
tins, ana positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. " For
sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Overcome evil with good. Over
come your coughs and colds with One
Minute Cough Cure. It is good. Chil
dren cry for it- It cures croup, bron
chitis, "pneumonia, grippe and all
throat and ' lung diseases. T. 17
Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bah,
Accidents come with distressing fre
quency on tbe farm. cuts, bruises.
stings, sprains, ur. a nomas' ivciectnc
Oil relieves pain instantly. Never safe
without it- For sale by Marshall &
Cordova; Dec. 27. Miss Grace Mar
shall, of Chicago, is visiting friends
and relatives here.
James Baker is home from Chicago.
Don Adams, of Chicago, is spending
a few days here.
Edward (jnick, of Chicago, is spend
ing the holidays at home.
Mrs. Schmeltzer and son, of Thomp
son, spent Christmas here.
Mrs. Jfettie Hugunin and family, of
Clinton, arc visiting friends here.
Ira Humphry, of Lincoln, Neb.,
came home to spend the Christmas.
Will Robinson and wife, of Ains
worth, la., are visiting relatives here.
IL D. Pinneo and family, of Duluth,
are visiting relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tavenner, of
Lanark, are visiting Mr.and Mrs. James
The members of the Baptist church
gave a dinner at the church Tues
day. Mrs. Whitford, of Clinton, is spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ga
ger. William Switzer attended the funeral
of his mother Tuesday in Whiteside
W. B. Phelps and son, David, of
Thompson, spent Christmas at the
Marshall house. .
Miss Sadie Cool, of Chicago, is.
spending the holidays with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cool.
Prof. O. E. Peterson and Mrs. Sarah
Hollistcr spent their Christmas vaca
tion at their respective homes at Rock
Mrs. Tanner, who makes her home
with her daughter, Mrs. R. M. John
son, had a serious fall last week,
breaking her hip.
Mrs. A. S. Marshall, of Chicago, and
her husband, A. S. Marshall, of Port
Byron, spent Sunday with Phillip
llson and family.
Cordova lodge A. F. &' A. M., No.
543, held its. election of officers Fri
day night. The following were chos
en: W. M., W. R. Freek; S. W., C.
A. Phillips; J. W., Charles Sallows;
treasurer, C. B. Fisk; secretary, D
Zimmermnn; b. D., J. 15. andeburgb
J. D., A. W. Ileany; tyler, Charles
Andalusia. Dec. 27. George Brit
ton, of Rock Island, spent Christmas
at his home here.
C. A. Haves has sold out his butch
er stock to William Mosher.
Frank Westbay and family, of Rock
Island, visited the former s mother
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gravink, of
Davenport, also spent Christmas here
Mrs. William Bushart, of Milan
spent Christmas with her parents,
Air. and Mrs. llliain Mosher.
The revival meetings at the Baptist
church being conducted by Kev
Frank Miller are still attended bv
bv large congregations. Several have
Christmas day was observed in
quiet manner this year in our little
village. The evangelist, thinking the
cantata, which was to be given by the
buaday school, would interfere with
the morning service, persuaded the
committee to give up the entertain
ment. Sunday morning candy was
distributed among the Sunday school
Something; for the New Year.
' The world renowned success of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, and their continued popu
larity for nearly half a century as a stomachic,
Is ssurcely more wonderful than the welcome
thut greets Hostetter's almanac. This medi
cal treatise is published by the Hostetter com'
puny, Pittsburp. Pa., under their own tamed!
ate supervision, employing 60 hands in that de
partment. Tbe issue of same for 1W9 will be
ore eleven million, printed In nine languages.
Refer to a copy ot it for valuable and inter
esting reading concerning health, and numer
ous testimonials as to the efficacy of Hcwtet
ter's Stomach Bluets. The Almanac for 1899
can be obtained, free of charge, from drug'
gists and general country dealers in all parts
of I he countrj
Constipation prevents the body
irom ridding itself of waste matter
De Witt's Little Early Risers will
remove the trouble and cure sick
headache, billiousness, inactive liver
and clear the complextion. Small
sugar, coated, don't gripe or cause
nausea. T, II. Thomas, A. J. Riess
and M. F.Bahnsen. druggists.
Beauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean Mood means a clean ekin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up tne lazy iiver and driving all lm
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug-
: . . f : . 1 n- r-:
It s the little colds that grow into
big colds; the big colds that end in
consumption and death. Watch tbe
little colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
syrup, lor sale by Marshall & fish
M oftra reveatal In tbe Da
man lace by tbe removal of
ont dteflieurliMr ktn dis
ease, ptmplra. eczema, tettrr
or efTsipetaa. To do thim
' quickly and male tbe akja
amooch aod bealiby nae
To ki th complexion
peanttral, ' nanui aU j
HEISKr"Lt5 sard .
, a a ati - ii n at, rui
(11 II L AOmtmciii wC 'Vre Blind
I I I II I rWHleeduiir am. Itchioa
Va II am Pile, liaosorbo the tumors.
allays the itchincr at once, acta
M a muitire ritM Instant m.
Iter. Dr. Williams-Indian Piie Oint
ment kmmUMl fnr PtlMftnil Ith.
In of the private part. Every box Is
warranted. II, drup.i.i, h mn nn
Ti! ?! JEr- eenta and Sl.ao. Mflll llt
AaUFaCIUKIRS C0 iTopa. CleveUad. Ohio.
Sold by M r. Baahaea drugciau
fllADE ME A MAN
posmvELT cmts At
Nfmmii Ulneaaea Kailtnff
fmory. Impotence. Sleplea
Dfws. etc, caused by Abuae and
otlx-r Imiwm and li.dlnrre
tiuua. They qnlrklr and
unrrly rettitro Lnt Vitality la
uiu or r oanc. and fit a man tor
etiidr. business or marriage,
I'fttwnt Insan ity and t'otuiuuip
tNin K taken In time. Their
a- m luitAoJlate Improvement
aa :teci a I'CliK where
i. 1 1 ...Ka-A fail. InistKl nmtfi
tsrlae the cenn'ne Am Tistirr. Tbey have cored
IhouaaiKla aud irtlt cure jou We rive x alt I n written
roamntr t effect a cure In each case or refund the
owner Price .10 cent per package, or six packairee
(fnll treatment) rnr(j.v. fj mall. In plain wrappor,
upon rarlpt of prico. Circular tree. Atlanta
AJAX REMEDY CO.,""
For sale in Rock Island by John Bensston
aad Marshall & Fisher. drugcHsts.
Stkv F. MlO-BR,
Sole Lessee and Manager.
A Happv New Year
One ft ight,
Sunday Evening, Jan. 1.
A good hoimy Uufrh to worth a thousand
mui in any marKet. Lord Baeoa.
.-.i.A Grand Production -of 'the Beautiful
A Turkish Bath.
It has made a mil'ion people lauph.
The cleanest furce eomedy ever
written. int?olucins the popular
MR. ARTHUR BLACKALLER,
Andaeomaanv of America's best
Comedians, Siopers and Dancers.
Prices -Sc. SOo and 75c. Sale ot seats at
Bleuer's jewelry store.
MARPER S THEATRE
Direction of Stive F. Miller.
ONE JOLLY NIGHT,
Thursday Evening, Dec. 29.
The most laughable of all Irish farce
. -:- RECEPTION
Interspersed with up-to-date
Specialties and Music.
20 TEOPLE IN A 20TH
Superb Hand and Orchestra.
Excursion rate prices. 10. CO. 30 and 50c.
Sale of seats at llleutr's jewelry store.
Under The Direction OfChamberun Kinst&Co,
Sunday, Jan. 1 ,
MASON In 1 j
"WHO IS WHO"
" Start the new year with
a laugh and get your
Prices, 25, 50 and 75c.
Seat sale at Fluke's. Telephone SO.
YCEUM COURSE OF
To be Given at the
The Schubert Glee Club
Ursnd Concert, Jan. 1
Dr. A. A. Willi ts, "The Anostle ot
Sunshine" Lecture, Feb. 23
Tickets tot Entire Coarse $1.
Single admission tickets 50c, Includ
ing reserved seat.
Tickets now on sale at tbe Haroer Hmica
Drug Store, Rock Island, and Joaephaon a Jew
elry atore, juoune.
Teeth Extracted . . .
Absolutely Without Pain.
Full set of teeth ..M OO
tiold Crowns 3.00
Bridtre work, per tooth 3.011
I'oreelain crowns... 2.00
Gold Fillintrs 1.00
Vitalized air 6O0
I warrant m double auction rltA
to fit and stay np in any mouth. A
written guarantee given lor 10 vears.
DR. J. M.SILVIS,
Assisted by Dr. George M. Babeock.
1724 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
Orer HcCabe'a Dry Goods Store
nnniLLiflr.is'pn j p
U U A StTKE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to her sex. r9send by
I J If
mail or from onr Agent. SI.OO per box.
ariUJAMS KFG. CO, Props-, CLEVELAND. OHIO.
For aale by K. T. Baluuen, druggist
WRIGHT & BARBER
Wilt Give Away Free ot Charge
mm. nw m s aw Ba wm
acquainted wittrrou."we will, for a limited time only, give
you a set of these beautiful Sad Iron9 with each f 25 purchase.
'tHE SAD IRONS
have Asbestos Lined Covers which keeps the handle and
Your hand cool and comfortable. They are no clap-trap
cheap article no shoddy picture book nor worthless giui
crack. They are worth"$ 2,( and the good they will do you
are worth ten times $2.
Everybody should have a set. Call at
The Elixir of
Have You Got It?
If not, consult
Who Has Cured
Our Fleetrie Machine tor
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
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NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatened In
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CATAKR1I, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
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VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
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WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
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operations performed at your home if desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND. TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nuin
erous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable eurea
In both medical and surgical cases is proof conclusive that our advanced methods cura
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
regain your lost health. There Is a stage In every disease that can be cured. Hava
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A Happy New.
A Healthy Child.
?SS? asri 1 1
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. 20, ill, $25 and up. Tbe
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, o SO, 6, $6.50 and .
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
GUS ENGUN, i03 Saeood In
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Incorporated Under tbe
K05EY LOANED 03 PERSOT AL COLLATERAL OB REAL ESTATE EE0UBI7T
J. M. Buford. president.
John Crubaurh, Vice President.
P. Greeoawalt, Cashier. -
Began aoalaeas July Z. IW), aod occupy the
, S. K- corner ol Mitchell Lynda
A set of Asbestos Sad
TZymTZ. Irons, worth 2. Our
IriON) stock was never larger
or mure cuiiiicio.
Clean, Fresh Goods
that you .can buy at
low cost. In order to
advertise our goods
and prices, and get
Life is Hearth
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chioago, former
ly Surgeon-In-Chief of St.
And the compliments of the tea
sou we present to our patrons,
and we know they will be pleased
to see the handsome offer
ings that we are displaying for
' their choice, andofferingat prices
that will enable them to secure a
gift of a fine large rocker for
"hubby" or "mamma." Forthe
parlor or reception room our gift
chairs are exquisite.
CORDES 1 Avenue
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
Rook Island. 111. ,
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. S. Cable.
H. P. Hull,
R. W. Hurst,
L. film on.
J. M. Bufor
Solicitor JackaoQ Hum