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THE AEGTJS, SAT TJR DAY, JAXUABY 28, 1899.
"Wr ANTFI -COMPrTEST CI3L. AT I'JOt
TAN'TKI) A COOK WITH REFERENCES
at lulu becoaa avenue.
TANTKD-A DISH WAP HER AT ONCE
Apply at '.He Crown restaurant.
ANTEO-BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
ana board at etas t ounn avenue.
-1TANTKI-HOARDER AND ROOMEKS
at Mrs. Stianiiun a 701 Fourth avenue, c
TTANTKT-A fOMPCTENT COOK. IN
quire of Mrs. J. W. Potter, r.'l Seven'
-r ANTED PUPILS WISHINli TO TAKE
vv prvate ivmu ia aacinir cao uu av
enquinntf at r uiu aveuue. wuuc
T.ITA NTEf A "ITCATIONTO IW LKJHT
v bou-ew.rk lv a retlnetl vountr I t"
experience. Acldresa "A. J.." Ait-.rs oClce
ANTED A tlCX DGIRL FOR GENERAL
v hime-ork. pi'ly ki lr. J. if. coue;;)
(U'.b a ciiue and Nineteenth s recL
UTi VTtD-TWn CflOI) FIRTRAIT SOU
v? citorn. Newrl.n. Call I to 7 p. m.
f.r W. Tborn. Sl F,.iirtn avenue, Sa.urday
and Sunday. Kuek Iiand.
TlfANTtn-TniSTAIlUSH AN AGENCY
v in IhU eil v for - Lekko." the only clean
er in th woiid tb:tt -tn S:ipoUM. Ltkko
Manufacturing ctinii'uny. C'LleaKo.
UTANTEI) STENOGRAPHS" S. TEAC3
V ,r.:,li.,ihrr outlined nersounf-r i-n-
T:i-1inr -ai.r e1 iiit..otiH Ken rrun MLi-i jj
11 J-- Oli io m reel. JiiiiadaiHjh. Itid.
H'd aMIliy. eaperlcmred In cnnv mm,'
or willini: to learn, to rtjrwoicui-ia.r
lihel hi-MnexM. Addrcw in rn h.m wri'ini.
fivtuu it-ev and occupation. Company,'" AK-oiace.
ItTASTKn-CIRrruR AND SAMPLE
V distributors: ft per !. pav advanced:
rrm&npnt : exijerienee unnecessary. I'nion
Advertising eoruuaay, Kolbhchild buildiutf,
-lfANTED-;OOI SOLICITOUS IN ROCK
v V lMand to tiifce order for the celebrated
Sintrer aewlno; murhine A No. I -onir:ct
rtv-n to rH-ht parti- . "!! on or addre-x the
Mnirrr Manufa,turin:f compa y. 417 Harrison
atreet, Ltuvenp. ri. Iowa.
"WANTKD-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
montLs. watches, jewelry, hardware,
Oiuolrvil lnt.trumeuin. b!-ycl-. cloth. nc- dry
iroods. furniture, etc. Highest cash price
p.Id for second band iroods of all kind also.
The lmvr Roods for rale at half the usual
tore ,ri-es. A 11 business transactions Mnctly
rnollder.iial. His new number and location,
l Second avenue, lion forget Ik J. W.
Jouca. T o riutta on 117.
V'OK ALE A c;0! H'OllllSt; TKiM
L? cheap, at SecDd avenue.
1'OH SALE A HIGH-ARM IMPROVED
- -iti.icr sewlnir machine. tVt. SIiKbtly
used. 1 bir J avenue.
.VJK SALE TWOGOOD HUII.DING LOTS,
NtI.M) feet, near C, K. 1 & P. depot, a
IiKn SAT.E TWri SirF.HOMKSHS THfRD
" avenue, ope t'-'io. the other l.b: paving
paid fur. Inquire at lllu Third avenue.
IriOK S.UJC A FINE JERSEY' HI'LL. Ft'l.L
' bbxMled. to yeurs old K-r particular
a dress Jiou Andersen, Coal Valley. 111.
T(jit SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
Jl? All kinds of fruit: nood bulldUura: near
town. A bargain for aome one If taken aoon.
Gordon & Bowman.
XfOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
JL farm near town. I-ots of frj.it. lo be
Bold cbeap to oettle an estate. HtJre ia a bar
rain cheaD fur cash. No trade. Gordon &
IiOR SALE GOAL IN ANT QUANTITY
of to buaheia or orer at K M per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the oly. Leave
orders at Commercial bnuaa barber ahop, Rofik
Ialand. or Enoa Jamea, Milan.
"TjOR SALE CHE P IiTS IN M'MAS
ter n addition, old baseball grounds. These
lota will be sold from H upward: small
amount down, balance on Ions time at 0 per
cent. Kedy Bros., room 4, Mitchell a Lynue
T,OR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
J? with about AO different slides, suitable for
eilns- legal blanks or any description of papers
In Dat form to be kept In abape for writ In.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thine for any office with contracts, etc., to
f'o. Address U. E. C eare of TBI A rocs.
FOR SALE-CHEAP. AIL MY HOUSE
holl troods. bevinninir Mondav. Jau .T.
'W upright piano, parlor set. three brussels
urpeis. four ruii'. two inm neos;etns. sp invs
nnd mattreses sldetoad. ted room st.
rliinl rr rrl. couch, ret of chain, extension
tahie bard coal burner, cook stove, dinnerset.
t wo mirrors, eiirbt imlrsol lace curtains, nor-
tier i-uriains. W hue sewing machine, card
lalile. Irt ninir bonrl. eloihcs rack, kitchen ta
l le. clock. !. First come, first served. Mrs
Vic llmiNor., .SC1 NmeteenTh street.
3IOR RENT-7-ROOM HOfSE WITH ALL
. mooern convrniences. ln.t Seventeenth
street, loiuire at IliAi Seventeenth street.
iron RENT ;iX)I PAYING HOARDING
hmisc. and furniture for sale. Apply on
the premises, corner Fourth avenue and
I7KR RENT THE STORE. SEVEN
. teeuth street, fortnrriv tM-cupied s h.ir
ness shop. Coori loea Un for anv kind of husi
ness. In.iuira . f F. V. Saueimaji. I Lis'h
fOR RFNT NKVV IjODGE ROttM. WHIT
JC was f rmcriy tli Standard club nsrr.
Mrs been litn-l up with tew ad complete
1misc room fuinnure and fixtures, and is
t'u and rt'udy ftr irsretion. Cheap rent:
sle.'Ui beat. Al l 1 of Kreli & Math.
"I sT DCGGY ROBE AND SEAT CC-il-Ji
i n Tuesday eveuinj:. Return to Keidy
llros. and receive reward.
rpiJANCE AND HCSINESS M EDI I'M A NT
, -L n.a-iieiic healer nw located at M J S.xtl
n.a-iieiic healer now hH;ated at M: xin
street sa:isfaetion truaranteea. Private and
coutHlentt tl letters answred-
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
r?aue loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
HELP WANTED LAW'S TO MAKE
bandas-es at borne for larve surtrical
bouse. Earn HO weekly. Enclose addressed
stamoed envelope for reply. Marshall it Co.,
lsrooklyn. N. Y.
-S.IRS M. MtxiEK. INDEPENDENT SLATE
' 1 wr.ter. elair4yant and business me
riium. All matters if marriage, divorce.
paralii ns. umi troubles, law. luck, etc :
iiit.s:ar persons or papers: lost or stolen ai t i
eles. fbe only si.-.te writina; m.ilnau west of
1 hicafo. Mi r iftcenth street.
FREE' FREE FREE' FOR A FEW DAYS
I w ill answer saled iiuestions free cf all
charjrc Come and see me at on-e. The cele
brated life reader and palmist has just closed
l womontns business at Mitlice andh -s located
in this city at Mi Fifteenth street. Hours 9 to
. Without the aid of any man. antcel. ipirit or
devil. 1 read from ymr hand evcy trouble,
doubt or fear, hope or despair: I sive names tn
full, dates and facts in detail, rod never asc a
question. Ladl-s. 60 cent-s. gentlemen. 1. If
saiiiifaetor. otherwise free. 1 leach palmis
try prule&iavua! puipimzh.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRIT OF UQS
is due not only to the oripina'.ity and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and aklU with which it Is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio Svrcp
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
truo. and original icmedr. As the
genuiaa Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Strcp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding' the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
foknia Fio Strcp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
giTen to millionu of families, makes
Jie name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in 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. 1 n order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the same of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN FKAM'Isro. CsL
LornviLLE. Cr. Jitw weitc ir. t.
lh you ever consider the
quality of the lSread you are
catin;;? It may be 'ooI. It
might lc better, purer, fresh
er and more wholesome. It
will le all right if you buy
KKELL & MATH'S
Ask your Grocer for Kreli
Math's Perfect Home
and insist on having it, why,
because it is the lcst and does
not cost any more than the
poorer kind. Kreli & Math's
Breatl is always good, whole
some, pure and nutricioiis,
rich in flavor and of line grain.
Every loaf lias our name
printed on a redlaliel. I)inot
let them palm of some other
Bread on you as just as good,
as there is no 15 read made
that is as good as Kreli &
Math's. All the lest Grocers
handle it. Try it.
Kreli & Math's
Phone USA, 1718-1718 Ssoond Avenue.
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Kreli & Math's pure bread.
DOINGS OF FARMERS
Proceedings of the Institute Held
at Reynolds During
TALKS 05 THE COUHTBY HOME.
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
. about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary' and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
MAN AG Eli. '
Fruit and Taxation the Subjects of later-eating-
Diaeoaalona Officer and Dele
gatea to the State Meetloc President
V hem ton Appoints so Executive Com
mittee. Reynolds, Jan. 27. According to
announcement, the Rock Island Coun
ty Farmers' institute convened at
10:3J a. m. Wednesday. As the peo
ple were slow in arriving nothing was
done until after dinner. F. H. Cald
well, of Milan, called the meeting to
order, with B. F. Fountainc, of Anda
lusia, secretary. . Trayer was offered
by Rev. Sangston. after which Miss
Maggie Clark took the chair. Spicy
ami interesting talks were given by
Mrs. J. II. Parks, Miss Henrietta Sher
rard, Mrs. Henry Ketzer and Miss
Ella Wait, their subject being "The
Farm Home;'' also a talk on '-Berries
and (jraies," by Eli Cor bin.
A large audience was gathered for
the evening session, when the subject
of Taxation"' was discussed by
George W. McCaskrin, of Rock
Island. L. (). Jahns, of Moline, and B.
F. Fountaine. of Andalusia. Short
addresses were made by several farmers.
Thursday's session opened at 10
o'clock I'resiilent Caldwell delivered
his annual address, and Treasurer
Jahns and Secretary Fountaine gave
their reports. The following ollicers
were then elected for the ensuing
year: President, W. II. Wheatou. of
Reynolds; vice presidents, W. S. Mc-
Culloch. of Taylor Ridge, and W. H.
Ashiloun, of l'ort Byron; secretary.
Eli Corbin. of Carlton CHIT; treasurer.
F. II. Caldwell. Milan. Delegates to
the state institute at Princeton, Feb.
2l-'J2-'J'6. were chosen as follows: B. F.
Fountaine, (i. W. McCaskrin, L. O.
Jahns and W. II. Wheaton. The Con
gressional district institute will be
held Feb. 8-9-10. at Moline.
Executive Committee Named.
President Wheaton appointed the
following executive committee: A.
Sadoris. Port Bvron; S. W. Heath.
Milan: B. F. Fountaine. Andalusia;
L. O. Jahus, Moline; Thomas Camp
bell. Rock Island. Thursday after
noon s session was given to the sub
ject of sheep. Interesting papers
were reail lv C A. Lopes. C. .
Bridrrfttrd and John Eckhardt.
The evening session was not so well
attendett. Talks were made bv B. F.
Fountaine and Oliver Wilson, master
TOLD ALONG THE TRACK
News and Gosalp Picked Cp About
Al Campbell, machinist for the
Rock Island, has resigned.
Fireman W. J. McCarty, of the
Rock Island, is in Chicago.
Carl Browne, machinist's helper at
the Rock Island, has resigned.
Engineer C. W. Wilcox, of the Rock
Island, is off duty on account of ill
ness. Fireman John Smith, of the Rock
Island, is off duty on account of ill
ness. The 818, William Gilmore's engine,
of the Roek Island, is in the Daven
p -l t shops.
John M. Laston. night caller for the
Rock Island, has resigned. Harry
Griffin takes his place.
Fred Jones is back at his desk in the
Rock Island vardmaster's office after
!.KJMAY be given berth
Davenport in Line for Western
PRESIDENT BEOWHITS VISIT THESE.
Bock Island Club to be Asked by the Local
Manaremeot for an Expression of Ita
Views ata to Having Baseball Here Ban
Johnson and II in Leseae-Other News of
It is just possible that Davenport
may take a berth in the Western Base
ball association. President J. Stan
ley Browne, in his conference with
leading people there Wednesday, re-
. o I"""""" ,. , . . !ceived considerable encouragement.
W. S Rodgers. traveling; freight It shou,d not be inferred f,m this
agent of the M.ch.gan Central, was in : Btatemen, that franchises in the new
the city Ihursrtaj. league are going begging not on
U K Boehme freight house fore-: 7r daguer,lv.. t ?hc league
man for the C. M.& St. P has re- fs onduc,-ed the vomin on
signed. James Price takesh,s .place.' Qn busmess like lm?thods. and only
U. l Alieu. t.av.uj; " .S- Sn 8uch tQWn3 ag jt Ja
lor ine oreat sortneru ai vmt,-s"u
; to be
found are capable
willing to support a team are
visited the Burlington othces yester-
Charles Harris, night wiper for the
R. I. & P., is back to work, having
recovered from the effects of his acci
dent. P J. O'Brien. James Kidney and
George Gonld, water service men for
the Rock Island, were in the city yesterday.
ine oo.-.. .arence ty u u-, siorj of that ,,od th basebilll
r na j-tf Iha 1?raa-'lr II'illil 14 liMPk fmm 1 - .
" IllCt V ,bj a,w- - -
the shops after being converted into a
switch engine. i
Engineer Tom Fairman, of the Rock .
Island yards in Chicago, was a wit
ness in the Starkey damage suit the
nri or me weeK. i ba u desired in Rock isaud
Engineer H. E. Chalmers of the this season. Tne citv of Kockfonl
Kock Island was called to Stuart. wa3 prmed at the reorganization
Iowa by the death of his father, I meeti' bv a delegation of her leading
which occurred Sunday. IhnonaJ. .."n r,,.r,f..sli!;r.r.,i t'Jl
J Li I. L 1 111 I I v UIOLI' I ( I V ' HI ! fc- vu
! is elegautly situated geographically,
and would doubtless give tirst-class
' support to a club. So she has an
opportunity to join in the Western
association procession of 1839.
M. H. Sexton, president of the local
organization, has addressed a letter
for submission at tonight's meeting
of the Rock Island Club, asking an ex-
question. "As the representative of
the local association," the communi
cation says, '-I feel it incumbent upon
me to ascertain the sentiment of the
business men and citizens gener
ally as to whether or not base-
Cheap Cash Store.
rienty of choice Table Butter, per pound only fgc
Strictly Fresh Eggs, warranted, only per dozen 17c
The best 60c Teas, this sale only per pound 40c
The best sifted Japan Teas, only pe pound 20C
McLaughlin's XXXX and Lion Coffees, only JQq
Nice Ptarl Homany, the best, 2 pounds gc
Nice Oranges and Lemons, jer dozen only .- 20c
Fancy Jersey Cranberrys, 4 quarts for 2SC
Overshoes and Rubbers.
We are overstocked on Overshoes and Rubbers, and are now
going to let them go at cost and below at this sale.
1513 and 1515 Second Avenuo.
irange. on the advantages of
When fed on Cream and
Marengo, la., bridge Tuesday night,
prevented an accident to Rock Island
passeuger train vo. 6, which was
steaming eat behind engine No. 1107,
with Tom Magill at the throttle.
A special train carrying delegates
from Philadelphia, Boston, New York
and Chicago returning from the butter
maker's convention at Sioux Falls, S.
I.. passed east on the Rock Island this
Godfrey 51. Rhodes, superintendent
of motive power of the Burlington, I
has resigned to accept the office of
assistant general superintendent of
the B. & M. at Omaha. F. A. Dalla
uo, superintendent of freight termi
nals at Chicago, succeeds Mr. Rhodes.
'I don't think the Burlington road
will find it necessary to ' increase the
speed of its pas-enger service from
Chicago to the L'niou Pacilic trans
fer," remarked General Superintend
ent J. D. Besler, of the C, B. & Q.,
confidently to a representative of
the Republican-Register Wednesday
evening at the Galesburg clnb. "And
I don't lelieve the Union Pacific is go
ing to start its overland express train
from the transfer a few minutes be
fore the Burlington and other trains
get in, just to accommodate the new
. Northwestern passenger train, which ,
' goes on next Sunday; the U. P. can't !
alloru to miss these connections,
said Mr. Besler with equal serenity.
Rapids by a member of the city coun
cil and the secretary of her commer
cial club, and Ottumwa by a repre
sentative of her leading newspaper.
All of the gentlemen present at the
meeting seemed to be of the unani
mous opinion that the benefits to be
desired by each city from the stand
point of ad vertiscment alone.- would
afford ample return for the labor and
expense necessary to the support of
a team in the different cities."
Bill Kreij is organizing a club at
Peoria and will make application for
a franchise in the Western associa
tion. Ted Sullivan will bring a team from
Cuba, and take it on a tour of the
United States during the seasou.
President .Johnson, of the Western
league, wiil begin work on his sched
ule as soon as the circuit matter is
definitely settled. He will probtbly
make out the schedule alone. The
Western league season will begin later
this year than at any time since its
organization. President Johnson
figures that it will be a week or 10
days later than the beginning last
year. Unless there is some good rea
son for starting earlier, the first games
will not be played until April 27.
A Healthy Child
mi&Z t-t I I h-
Taste is Frequently a Valuable
Guide in Selecting Food.
A little child's taste is often a re
liable guide to palatable and desira
ble food, and it is worth one's while
to observe how the little folks take to
Grape-Nuts, the famous new food.
They eat it freely without addition
of sugar, for it has the peculiar, mild
but satisfying sweet of grape-sugar.
and the natural taste either of a child ; rondo (La Cenerentola)
or ail u It recognizes at once a food tuat
will'agree with and richly nourish the
system. Found at lirst-class grocers.
Made by Postuni Cereal company,
limited, battln Creek, Mich.
A Wise Decision.
I "After having the grip, dyspepsia
troubled me. 1 was obliged to give
Miss Molt maun at Troy. nit eatioir more than would barely
Miss Pauline Woltmann, whose fine keep me alive. I read what Hood's
contralto voice is fast winning fame Sarsaparilla had done for others and
for her, took part in the second concert decided to try it. I did so and it was
of the Trov Choral club at Troy, N
Y., Jan. VJ. The Troy Record of the
following day said of her: "Miss
Pauline Woltmann, the assisting con
tralto, fulfilled every expectation,
both in singing and manner. In the
first she is an artist, and in the latter
she is a woman, winning trenuine ad
miration from her audiences. Upo
not long before I could
I wished." Mrs. Eliza
Hood's Tills cure nausea, headache.
La crippe is arrain epidemic. Every
precaution should lie taken to avoid
it. Its specific cure is Oue Minute
Courrh Cure. A. J. Sheperd. pub
lisher of the Agricultural Journal and
Advertiser, Elden, Mo., says: "No
one will lc disappointed in usinj One
Miauto Couirh Cure for la rrrippe."
Pleasant to take, quick to act. For
sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reissand
M. F. Bahnsen, druirrfists.
Yes. 'tis true; Foley's Honey and
lar is tne best cou;n medicine.
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 Honse.
CWmn ami tmuufi th. aalx.
PwwUt s iMiunul iiwlli
Inn rails to Smmh Gray
Hair uni v ouiaroi iw.
Iwrnf f tt and hatr Ma
An expression of irrief and extreme
joy. Miss Woltmann played both
parts, so to epeak. faultlessly. Her
voice is attuned alike to grave and
gay. her facial expression is charm
ing, and in every way is she lovable.
Her second number was a brilliant
sunshine song. Later she rendered a
Schumann number, including "Die
Lotusblume," "Widmung," "Dub
bist Wieeine B ume," "Fruhlings
nacht." and in these, one no sooner
leit surtuueu tnan the feeling was
changed to jovousness."
The Bavaffes of 11 rip.
That modern scourge, the grip,
poisons the air with its fatal germs,
so that no home is safe from its rav
ages, but multitudes have found a
sure protection against this dangerous
malady in Dr. King's New Discovery.
When you feel a soreness in 'your
bones and muscles, have chills and
fever, with sore throat, pain in the
back of the head, catarrhal symptoms
and a stubborn cough yon may know
you have the grip, and that you need
Dr. King's New Discovery. It will
promptly cure the worst cough, heal
the inilamed membranes,. kill the dis
ease germs and prevent the dreaded
after effects of the malady. Price 50
cents and $1. Money back if not
cured. A trial bottle free at the drug,
stores of Hartz & L'llemeyer and llartz"
You should know that Foley's
Honey and Tar is absolutely the best
remedy for all diseases of the throat,
chest or lungs. Dealers are author
ized to guarantee
tion in all cases.
n i i II i
I antra llninn
i UWIUUI umuii
G. M. HCSTOOX, Manager.
Telephone 1112. Office hours 1 to 8 p. m
it to give salisfac-
Bard Coal Markov.
Antbixc e coal, all sizes, delivered
at f 6.d0 per ton, for immediate de-
every. h. li. t hazes.
atdas Yoar Statu With Casearata.
CmndT Cathartic sm eon'ination foraver.
t9c,8Sc U C. C-C. tail, a.igtst2c r'aud mono.
New Subscribers lnc Last
1002 Apple, J. S.
1272 Bahnsen, F. W.. res.
4092 Drs. Burkhart & Burkhart.
4371 Collum. John & Co.
4283 Ellenwood, L. W., residence
4181 Gregg, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4343 Kerns, George M., res.
1S36 Locknev. Rev. J. F., res.
4093 Loonev"& Kelley.
1956 McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
4472 Palace of Sweets.
4104 Reed & Boll man.
4144 Robinson, M. B. & Co.
4082 Summers, R. G. & Co.
1332 White, I. S,, res.
4444 Brit ton & Paulsen.
4402 Cash, George W. & Son.
1280 Kerns, S. Al, res.
4391 Lewis, Simon.
' 4482 Pearsall, George & Son, res.
1275 Ullemeyer. Charles,
1276 Wilchcr, Phil S.
4351 Connelly, John.
1266 Loeb. 1 res.
122: The Kock Inland Club.
1123 1L I. Plow Co.. Kerns. S. A.
1180 C, B. freight office.
1158 Morris & Lewis; foundry.
4503 Bovnton, E. W-, res.
1255 Keim, J. W., druggist.
1285 Trefz, Wm. res.
N B. Cat oat the above and paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
directory for ready reference.
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.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island. 111.
incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid on
M35ET LOADED 05 PEESOJTAL COLLATERAL OS REAL ESTATE SECURITO
J. M. Buford. president.
John Crubaugh, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Caahler.
Began business July Z, 1SB0, and occupy the
S. K. corner ol Mitchell it Lynde s
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. UuocO
Solicitors Jackarm A Hunt.
There is no excuse for
having it hanging there.
Drop a card to the
TRI-CITY Towel Supp'y
119 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
as you please at a mod
erate cost. Try it and
see how pleased yon will
HODGDON G TUBBS.
FROM ROCK ISLAND
R. I. & P. Railway
Leaves Rock Island 1:45 p. m.
Arrives at Jacksonville, Fla., 8:3
a. m. second aay.
.Two changes of cars only.
Sleepers sooth of Peoria.
Fall details upon application.
GenT Pass. Agent.