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THE AUGTJS, TnTD!SrESDAT FEEBTJAItX-.l., 1S99.
"TA NTFD COMPETENT
it.- te:ond avenue.
cm.. AT l'Jf
WANTED A COOK WITH BEFERENCES
at 1010 Second avenue.
WT'ANTED-A ROY ABOUT 16 YEARS OF
v V age at 1& Second avenue.
and board at 2 Fourtn avenue.
"WAXTED-BOARDERS AND ROOMERS.
V at Mr. Shannon 701 Kourtb avenue.
TTTAXTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR CEN
T eral housework at Second avenue.
Tlf ANTED A
f v quire of
COMPETENT COOK. IW
Mrs. J. W. Potter. 721 Seven
Grip Takes the City in Its Iron
I.ADY TYPEWRITER FOR
ttiiii'orary work, steuog rarjhy not esse n-
t Altlrcs A it. A mil's.
WANTf I A RK.rjAlirj". C.IRT. FoR'iEN
eruJ linuwwork. Apply to Mr. AUair
I least ri l. 1 1 -" Second av en Je.
- I WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
T private lesnw.s In daDPing- can do so by
enquiring- at -TIO Fit lb avenue. Jones.
TlfASTFJ) I W A ST TO RENT A
?V r liT-riM.in cofaL'f tv Fel. 10.
I e centrally located. I. It i'urm
ANTED-VOI'Si: MAN TO WO-K IX
(Government Machinery Almost at atand
tlll Enormous 1'ereenta re of Em
ploye Stricken . With L
Grippe Capital at the
Mercy of the
The Grip epidemic is raging in the
Capitol City, and fully one-third of
the government employees are sick
or suffering from the tfread disease.
Violent headaches, fever and chills,
sneezing and running at the eyes and
nose together with the lone-racking
aches and pains and a general ex
haustion are the rule rather than the
exception. The le9t way to ight the
fJrip is to strengthen the neVfes and
J build up the resistive powers so as to
throw off tiie deadly disease germs.
i at Hcs and nothing will do this so, quickly
land surely as Dr. Miles' NrTvine. It
has restored health
to thousands of
cooe and waes
np. March i. staie experi- drip sufferers after every other reme-
eipccted. AddresU.careof i jy ha(, fi4jIed -
rANTr,D TWO GOOD PfirTRAIT SOLI-
. m. u
for W. Thorn. SmI" F--urth avenue,
and Sunday. Itock Island. .
"1 V A NTEI-STEXO;R PH KB si. TEAf'H
v rr and other ualilled ersons fT im
tnrdiate salar.ed it.oiis Kea ross Mis;oi.,
ill E. Ohio street. liMliudupolis. Iud.
MAN OF CHARACTER
exiKrrleneed In canva sinif
r.r willin to learn.. ti represent a well csiai.
lisfaed business. Address in own haiidwritiutr.
Kivlnif uire and occupation. "Company." A K
rANTETV CIR'I'I.A R AND SAMPER
distributers: . per !. pay adt ant-en:
rjennam-iit: enpericnce unnecessary. L nlon
Advertising company, Kotuscnild building.
V ANTED A
"r A NTED-OODD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v t IMand to ta-e orders lor the ceienraieu
V.I, irr kvklnir mui-tiiue A No. I colllr.ict
Iven to riifht partt-s. i all on or addre-sthe
Mi.cer Manufacturing coinpaty. 417 Harrison
street, Llavenijort. Iowa.
UTANTED-TO 11 AN MONEY ON DIA
vv moods, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, ulcvcles. clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all Kinds also.
The above goods for kale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
123 Second avenue. Don t forget Ik J. W.
Jones. Two rintrs on 1347.
'OR SALE-A !OOI WoKMl.Vi;
cheap, at Second avenue.
A high-akm IMPROVED
winir machine l. Slightlr
i:r 1 bird ut cniie.
IfKJR SAI.K-TWO GOOD HTJILDINO LOTS.
1 noiiM feet, near C, R. I A P. depot, a
SALE POUT ABLE PHOTOGRAPH
KUllery wUb all euuipments. cheap for
cash. 4,uyiodou. C'leavelsnd. 111.
XTOR SALE TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
J. avenue, one OidO. the other l.li: pavli
paid for. Inquire at lllo Third avenue.
A. hliMNletl. two vcars fld
-A FINE JERSEY BfLL. FCLL
a'dress John Andersen, Coal Valley, 11L
T7IORSALE-A HBID LOI'NfJE THAT COST
-tu. stiil kimhI us ne . will be uld forl fx)
If taUeu at once. Aptly at 'Ml Tenth street.
FOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kinds of fruit: (rood bulldinfrn; near
town. A barirain for some one If taken soon.
Gordon A bowman.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
farm near town. Lots of fruit. To be
aold cheap to Kettle an estate. HoVe Is a bar
pain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon &
ITIOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
. ter's addition, old baseball ground. These
'lota will be sold front (too upward; small
amount down, balance on long lime at 8 per
cent. Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell An Lynde
"COR RFNT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
or live unlurnL-hcd rooms, at C TLir
T7H3R RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL
I modern conveniences. liJ Seventeenih
street. Inquire at 1 1U6 Seventeenth street.
TTIOR RI-TNT THE STORE S3 SEVEN
I1 teenth street, formerly occupied s har
ness shin. :oixl l.x-uuon tor any kind or busi
ness. Inquire of F. W. Sauerman, iKl Eigh
COR RENT NEW LODilE ROOM. WHAT
1 was formerly tba Standard club nxia s
Hm been mini up with cew unl complete
hslirc room futiuu.re and fixtures, and is
open arid ready for irsreetipn. Cheap rent:
steam beat. Apply or Kreli s Main.
X i I. n Tucrdav
ROBE AND SEAT CUSH
evening. Return to teiilv
Bros, and receive reward.
T OST-A SEAL SKIN MUFF AT II A R
1J ers theatre Thursday night Finder
leae at A Ki.t s offlee
a3d receiie liberal re
rTRANCE AND BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
JL- mairnetic healer now located at C2 Sixth
street, satisfaction guaranteed. I"rivate and
coatldenu-M letters answered.
T OST- AN OPEN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
m-M watch la thv vicinity of Twenty-third
nout t wo weets auo r inurr return to An
CCS office and receive reward.
TONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT.
gage loans by W. H. Eastman. 171i Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
also manes collections nam ones a specially.
HELP WANTED LA DI ITS TO MAKE
bandages at home for large surgical
nvw. i u , iv' wc-4. I'UV i (rr atiaressed
tamped envelope for reply. Marshall A Co.
Brooklyn. N. Y.
-TKS M. M.tiEF- I N DEPENDENT SLATE
w r.ier. clairvoyant ana ousiness me
dium, ah miners or marriage, divorce.
separations. iu;iy imumes iaw. luclc. etc:
mining perons r papers: lost or stolen arti
cles. The only si tte writing medium west of
tunriiicu. vi. ruircmoMrcet,
FREE' FREE! FREE! FOR A FEW DAYS
I wilt answer scaled questions free f ail
charge, t'ome and see me at on e. The eeie
b ated life reader and palmist has just closed
twomoi ths business at Molice andh slocated
In this city at 512 Fifteenth street Hours to
t. Without the aid of any man. ange'. -pirit or
devil. 1 read from your hand every trouble
doubt fr fear, hope or despair: I give ames hi
full, dates and facts in detail, and never astt a
question. Ladies. 50 cents: gentlemen. i It
aatlsfaetore. otherwise free. I teach ptUmia
rf r profeloual purposes.
HEATING OF HAWTHORNE.
Board Let First Contract In
With New School.
The board of education, at a special
meeting last night, awarded the con
tract for the installing of the heating
and ventilating plant in the new
Hawthorne school to Davis company
for ?l,b'Jo. There were but two bids.
Allen, Myers & Co. asking $5,763 for
the work. The board adopted the
Sturtevant system. The contract for
the building will e let in a few weeks
The razinff of the present structure
will be begun March 2.
CATARRH OF STOMACH.
- nen the Orip left me I was a
broken down wreck, both mental and
physical. Mv nerves were ' complete
ly unstrung, my appetite failed, could1
not sleep aim became so despondent
mat 1 tiespairexi oi ever getting well
I bejan to improve with the lirst bot
tie of Dr. Miles' Nervine and when I
had taken seven bottles I was com
pletelv cured. Have been strong and
well ever since and weisrh niore than
I ever did lefore."
Samuel F. Pilsox. Staunton. Va
All druggists are authorized to sell
Dr. Miles' Nervine on a jruarantee
that first bottle lenelits or tuonev re
funded. IV; sure and jret Dr. Miles'
Nervine. liooklet on heart and nerves
sent free. Address
Du. Miles Medical Co.,
Do you ever consider the
quality of the Bread you are
eating? It may be good. It
might le better, purer, fresh
er and more wholesome. It
will le all right if you buy
KRELL & MATH'S
4s your Grocer for Krcll &
Math's Perfect Home
and insist on having it, why,
because it is the best and does
not cost any more than the
poorer kind. Krell & Math's
Bread is always good, whole
some, pure and nutricious,
rich in llavor and of line grain.
Every loaf has our name
printed on a red lalel. Da not
let them palm of some other
Bread on you as just as good,
as there is no Bread made
that is as good as Krell &
Math's. All the best Grocers
handle it. Try it.
Krell & Math's
Phone 1150. 1718-1718 Second. Arena.
Eat your dainty, costly viands.
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math's pure bread.
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-
A Pleasant. Simple, hot Safe and Effectual
Care for It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long
been considered the next to incurable
The usual symptoms are a full or
bloating sensation after eating, ac
coin named sometimes with sour or
watery risings, a formation of gases
causing pressure on the heart ami
lungs and diilicult breathing; head
acb.es, lickie appetite, nervousness
and a jreneral plaved out languid
There is often a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue and if the in
terior of the stomach could lie seen it
would show a slimy, inflamed condi
The cure of this common and obsti
nate trouble is found in a treatment
which causes the food to le readily,
thoroughly digested before it has
time to ferment and irritate the deli
cate mucous surfaces of the stomach.
To secure a prompt and healthy diges'
tion is the one necesarv thing to do
and when normal digestion is secured
the catarrhal condition will have dis-
According to Dr. Harlanson the
safest and best treatment is to use
after each meal a tablet, composed of
Diatase, Aseptic Tepsin. a little Nux,
Golden Seal and fruit acids. These
tablets can now lie found at all drug
stores under the name of Stuart's
DysjH'psia Tablets, and not being a
patent medicine can be used with js?r-
fect safety and assurance that healthy
apietiteand thorough direstion will
follow their regular use after meals.
N. J. Booher. of 2710 Dearborn
street, Chicairo, writes: ."Catarrh is a
local condition resulting from a neg'
lected cold in the head, whereby the
lining membrane cf the nose lie
comes in (lamed and the poisonous
discharge therefrom passing back
ward into the throat reaches
the stomach. thus producing
catarrh of the stomach. Medical
authorities prescribed for me for
three years for catarrh- of the stomach
without cure, but today I am the
happiest of men after using only one
box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I
cannot . iind appropriate words to ex
press my good feeling. I have found
tlesh. appetite ami sound rest from
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
safest preparation as well as the
simplest and most convenient remedy
for any form of indigestion, catarrh
of stomach, biliousness, sour stom
ach, heartburn ami bloating after
Send for little book mailed free, on
stomach troubles. by addressing
Stuart company, Marshall. Mich. The
tablets can be found at all drug store.
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
The Most Fatal Olsease.
It is not generally known that more
adults die of kidney trouble than of
any other disease. When the first
symptoms of this disease appear, no
time should 4ie lost in
Kidney cure, which is
MUSINGS ABOUT MILAN.
Budget of News From the Town
on the Hennepin- '
Milan. Jan. 30. Rev. John Palmer
is sick with the erip.
Mrs. Alexander Owens celebrated
her 6oth birthday Monday.
P. Weideman, of Hillsdale. 111., vi
ited Saturday with c . inouapson.
Prof. Charles Ege- attended the
teachers' meetins at Center Station
There was a social at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John McConuell, of
Bowling, Friday evening.
Ed Love and son, Samuel, of Rural,
visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs
Lorenz Martin on Big Island.
Mrs. William Boyer. who has been
sick for the past three weeks with the
jrrip, is reported some iettcr.
tlrs. William Hoffman, of Rural.
who has been sick the past three
weeks, is roiorted to be out of dan
The Epworth League of the M. E,
church will give its regular monthly
entertainment at the church Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McMichael, of
Zuma township, came down last week
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. K
G. R. Svdnor, a retired merchant of
Milan, has purchased a general store
in Albany. 111. C. D. McLaughlin is
assisting him in the business.
Mrs. Harriet Zahn was surprised at
her home on Dickson street Mon
dav bv her children and crand-chil-
dren." The occasion was her 70th
The work of the Milan High school
is progressing nicely. Ihe senior
class is preparing for commencement
day. The graduation class consists of
one lsiy and three girls.
Samuel Baker, of Milan, had an op
eration performed last Thursday at
St. Luke s hospiUl in Davenport, by
Drs. II. J. Huyett, of Milan, and ,
D. Middleton. of Davenport, and is
I.ast Friday at bijjh noon a baby
boy arrived, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Minor Curtis, of Bowlios. and
early Saturday morning a young son
arrived to gladden the home oi Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kuehl, of Milan. Come
around lovs and have a cigar.
The men of the Presbyterian church
save their annual entertainment to a
large and appreciative audience Fri
day evening. Supper was served by
the men, who realized a snug sum,
which will rro for the benelit of the
church. Among the features were a
bear dance and cake walk.
The village of Milan was aroused
Montlav bv a fire alarm. An oil stove
in the "kitchen of Phil F. Zahn used
for heating purposes got out of order
ami set some things a tire. Ihe lire
men responded promptly but found
the hydrant nesrbv -frozen. They
then attached the hose to the artesian
well, but their efforts were of no avail,
as the blaze was extinguished in the
How It Hurts!
Rheumatism, with its sharp
twinges, aches and .pains. Do you
know the cause? Acid in the blood
has accumulated in your joints. The
cure is found in Hood's Sarsapariila
which neutralizes this acid. Thou
sands write that they have been com
pletely cured of rheumatism by
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, biliousness, indigestion. Price
There Is No ? About I:.
No question indeed with those wl o
have used it, but that lolcv s Kidney
Cure is absolutely reliable for all kid
ney and bladder diseases.
Hard Coal, Coke and Wood.
Indiana block for furnaces, cannel
r grates. Cable and Athens lump
and nut for stoves.
E. B. McKowk.
Iavid Belasco's latest popular crit
ical success as a dramatist will be
given its tirst performance at theBur
tis tomorrow evening, when our play
goers will have an opportunity to
judge for themselves whether there is
any exaggeration in the liberal
praise so universally bestowed upon
its performances elsewhere. "The
Heart of Maryland" is cleanly in ex
pression, the characters are typical of
the living humanity that forms our
social surroundings, and the theme of
the story never overreaches the
modesty of nature, nor is the story
itself, either in incident or action,
other than probable. In "The Heart
of Maryland" he has sought to give
dramatic emphasis to that quality of
dauntless courage and heroic "self
sacrifice with which love inspires
women when danger threatens the
one upon whom she has bestowed her
affection. The company is said to lie
one of the strongest iu artistic repu
tation that has been included in the
cast of any play at present on tour in
this country. The same production
will le seen at Harper's theatre Sun
A GIRL'S COMPLEXION
Which Half is
The housewife's duties are liardcr than men sr
realize. Cleaning alone is a constant tax on her Vcel
strength, a never-ended task. More than half the ffL jamw
work of cleaning she can have done for her, if she . l''$ttf?'s-
will, and the expense will be next tc nothing. .!''"
Ut f I? ?Vl!ki5tf 5oes tbe betteT half of cleaning; does it better
AJJfrCaV, than any other way known ; does it easily, quickly
K&5iSC3?J4! an clleaP,'- Largest package greatest economy.
ldtCrSiE' THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
"l Chicago. St- Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
Aa External Tonic Applied t) tie
Si-La. BeaatiXie it aa b j Mafic
THE DISCOVERY AGE
A Woauui was tit Iareator,
OXE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Off. r Almost
If say preparations intsade boaatifr ths complexion hsisf sited, rises tber do not prodaeo s
t" I on Vi k,n- lls to Miun Bell . Complexion Tonic bss inch a . it
7. , t. mT.nij tji. nu crest remedy, discovered by the Mt
Beil. the eminent complexion .peciaii.t. o ISo. T f ifth Avenue. ew York lili.umriot
imoonttes. which toe blood Iokm ui t ha oW-m n . K kui. . v. . i . . ,.
nerevec appaed. 1-recti . pimples. Msr.nesjs. moth pslchoe. wnnklee. Uv-r POT . rOtsFtlDfrU,
viiirt-m ou vrapuoes at sap pear, mau the D
come tt atad rosy mm baby .
T MttumM Beit wiil th month (ri to all who
eall mX totnr parlors,-, fr- trial bottle of tbetr Com-
fiaxion .oqio. idom vbo live at a cutanea mar
va fraa bottla hj aadut fa cent in or
ararspa to ov-r ttxm co of tmekiiiK aad de'i-nn.
1 ba nea of uum woadcrroi to&uo is taa iuUax a
Tba Mtaa Bell's raw book, - ftaerat of Beantr."
ia aaat fr a. It tella bow a tnmta can jram and
karp a fjood completion. Special chapters oa tba
emre of tba bair. hew to preaer-e lie color and
Inatre. even to an adanee-l aara. Aeo, bow ta erat
nd of aaperltaoos banr oa the neck and anna wrtn-
C ' ' tjT to tba akin. Tom vmJuabie book will be
0-74pV WKe4lof ad drees e re&j treats, Cwrtaajmiilanaa
TH8 -HISSES BBLU 78 Ptltlt H Tease, Krw York eity. ,
"The Misse Bell's Complexion Touic, Complexion Soap, Skin anl Food.
repilo are for sale toy all druggists.1'
Conion From the Insltle.
henever I failed to get my coffee
for breakfast, I would have a sick
headache before noon. It seemed
to me a curious thing that a natur
ally nealthv girl should have sick
spells of this kind unless she had been
dosed in the morning with something.
I naturally concluded that all was
not right, aud inasmuch as I was in a
very nervous condition anyhow. I
went to the doctor for a nerve tonic.
He told me I would have to quit
drinking coffee, and when I said I
could not possibly do it liecanse I al
wasgot sick if I didn't have the coffee,
he said, "I'se l'ostum Food Coffee."'
Well. I tried it twice and gave it up
because it tasted so Hat.
One day I was up to Dr. Uu ogles'
infirmary and remarked to Mrs. Kug
gles that the doctor had told me that
I must leave off coffee and wanted me
to use '-this new fangled stuff called
Postuni," but that it was positively
unbearable She:iid, "My dear, you
never have had a good cup of Postum,
evidently. i saiu, "AO, 1 never
have. I have only tried it twice."
Well." she said, "you go back and
look at the package and you will ol
serve that the directions insist upoit
continued boiling, at least fifteen min
utes, not that length of time for the
pot to set on the stove, but it must
stay there until it begins to boil", and
then boil lifteen minutes. I will
guarantee you will get a line, deli
cious tasting, black, rich cup of cof
fee, and perhaps better flavored than
any you ever tried before. The old
fashioned coffee is actually killing
you, she said, "ion are terribly
nervous, and your complexion is a
long ways from what it should be at
ell. when I got home, I tried mak
ing some Postum at once, and fol
lowed directions carefully, and I must I
say it was just delicious. 1 have con
tinued to use it ever since.
I am well and hearty now, and my
complexion has cleared up so that
duiing the last three months people
romaik to ire continually, "How
clear your skin is"' I am "naturally
of a light complexion and fair. Dr.
Buggies has all of his patients use
Postum instead of ordinary coffee. I
h tye induced papa to take up Postum,
and he likes it very much. One of
our neighbors, C. A. Barke, was
ill in lied with hoart and some kind of
stomach complaint. He was a habit
ual coffee drinker, but when he got
down Dr. Kuggles took his coffee
away and gave him Tostum Food Cof
fee. He is almost well now, and says
that he believes the Postum was the
real cause of his recovery. A great
many in our town use Postum in place
of ordinary coffee. Miss Mabel Ban
croft, Stafford, Kas.
Cheap Cash Store.
Plenty of choice Table Butter, per pound only..
Strictly Fresh Eggs, warranted, only per dozen.
The best 60c Teas, this sale only per pound. . ..
The best sifted Japan Teas, only pe pound
McLaughlin's XXXX and Lion Coffees, only
Nice Ptarl Homany, the best, 2 pounds ,
Nice Oranges and Leuions. per dozen only
Fancy Jersey Cranlierrys, 4 quarts for
Overshoes and Rubbers.
We are overstocked on Overshoes and Rubbers, and are now
going to let them go at cost anil below at this salt.
1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
Extra $2.45 Footwear Sale
We still have a lot of Ladies and Gents fine winter footwear
left in the way of our new spring stock which we will close
out at the above cut price.
For Men's line shoes, this includes our Black
and Tan Double Sole, Bull Dog and Coin
Toes, have always sold at f.'J.SO and
For Ladies fine shoes, in this lot we
hare placed Welts and Turns. Box Calf
and Heavy Kid, regular $3.50 and 3.00
All Warm Goods, Rubber Goods, etc., must be cleaned out
of the way. Note low prices. Ladies Felt Shoes 65c, K5c
and 'Joe. ' Ladies Felt Slippers Slhi, .r9e and 6!c. Arties,
Bubbers. etc., at wholesale prices.
Just below Harper house, Rock Island.
Our January Sale
attracting the attention of
those in Hock Island and vicinity
that appreciate high quality with
lowness in price. Those desirous
of securing firstclass furniture
at specially advantageous prices
should embrace this rare oppor
tunity in our reduction sale.
PnnniTQ 1802 Second
Booker T. Washington.
No doubt a large audience will
greet Booker T. Washington, the fa
mous colored orator, at Harper's thea
tre tomorrow night, when he will
lecture for the benefit of the Second
Baptist church. A number of promi
nent citizens have interested them
selves in assisting to make the event
a financial success, in order that funds
sufficient to help wine out a portion
of the indebtedness on the ohnrrh
building on Tenth street mav be
raised. Booker T. Washington is well
worth sroins a loner wuvs to hear.
Joseph H. Choatesaysof him! "When
me oiograpner writes the cyclopedia
of the future he will record u'nder the
name of Washington, these three?
fxeorge Washinston. the father nf
his country; Bushrod Wasb'no-ton.
the great American jurist, and Hooker
T 11 I . .
a. asningion, tne mioses ot the ne
gro race. '
e, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cougn or cold. We also guarantee
ZD-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
ho est vox kokckritz.
A Short Sad Scorj.
A cold. Nezleeted. Pneumonia.
Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar
been used this story would have had a
Soal Tokarr SaU sad Saroa Tsar Lift Away.
To qoft tobarxo easily and forever. b mu
netlc roll of Ufa oe.ra and vliror, take No-To
Bae. tbe wonder-worker, tkat makes weak men
strong. Ail druggists, soc or 11. Coreraarao
tacA Bookie and aampla free. Address
toerttaf cad Co.. Cfcicaco or New York
There is no excuse for
having it hanging there.
Drop a card to the
TRI-OITY Towel Supply
19 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
as you please at a mod
crate cost. Try it and
see how pleased you will
HODGDON & TUBBS.
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.
Corner Third Avenue Nineteenth
Bright Reading Rooms,
Social and Game Rooms,
Evening Educational Classes,
Any self respecting man irrespec.
ive of creed or nationallity may join
Teeth Extracted . . .
Absolutely Without Pain.
Full set of teeth W OO
Gold Crowns ... 1.00
Bridge work, per tootb 3 i
Pon-elaln crowns 2.00
Vitalized a.r tOo
I warrant ray double suction plate
to fit and stay np in any mouth. A
written guarantee given for 10 years.
DR. J. M.SILVIS,
Assisted by Dr. George U. Baboock
1724 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
Over McCabe'f Dry Goods Store