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THE AHGTJS, TUESDAY. FEBEUAEY 7, 1899.
VAVTFT-A GOOD COOTC AT1A TWKX
II iic-tj sTtet.
XVAXTFTV-A COOK WITH REFE2EXCBS
? at 1010 Second avenue.
TIf AN'TKD HOARDERS. CHOICKROOMS
and board at Zijt Fourth avenue.
V V quire Of
COMPCTEXT COOK. IV
Mrs. J. W. Potter. TJ1 Seven
HAJfTKD A trOD. KKU.WJL14 BOY.
v or 11 yea s of aire, at Von Koeckrilz
A ig v.ore.
-T AXTRO-C'OMPETENT (ilBJ. FOR iES
vv eral housework at once. For informa
tion cali at A H.CM office.
1 1T A NTED A RFXJABLK GIRL FOR OKS
vv eral bniwevork. Appl7
lleas.ntH. 1 1 Second avenue.
TANTKD PI7PIT..S WISHIXU TO TAKE
V V private lessor. In daoein can do so by
enquiring at-.iur iitn avenue, jones.
-TXTANTF.D-T.AniF.3- DRESS RIflRTS TO
t V make at I.SO eaeb 'or a tiort tiuieoily.
SatNraeticn iruarjnteed. 517 Twentieth
TITANTFJ) TWO GOOD PORTRAIT SOU
m eitor-. c Ne w r 1 in-n '-'all I to V p. m. fall
for W. Thorn. U Fourth avenue. Saturday
and Sunday. Rock Inland.
WANTKIMiOARIi A NO ROOMS -THREE
v irood warm room and l:rd wanted for
f! ve person". Mut le irood and reasonable in
Ince. Audreys U. J.. AK'.i s oitlce.
.MAX OF CHARACTER
nr.d atiiiitr. exneHcnrred in eanva-is
or willing to learn, to represent a well estalj-
li-!ied business. Address in own uan1 wntii.if
Ifivim.' aire and occupation, Company." AH-
1 1TAXTED CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE
dLstributor-t: 5 per !.). pay advanced:
cermaneut: experience unneoess.iry. I'riiou
Adver'isinif company, Kolbsouild buiid.nic.
'ANXKD FI'ISXISHED ROOM: PKH-
.iiK ia: rrladr. i-'omlorunle amine-
.'atil. Mtxlcrn ti'us-. I.Mraii"! central and
nc;r c;ir itii'v Stitit? price and particulars as
to l lie i wiiii. Address Ii-s It. Am.L's oiltce.
ArAXTEn-ioon solicitors is kock
v T L-! iml to tae order for the celebrated
Sinirer sewinir mai-Wne A Xo. I contract
riven to ri;fln parties. Call on or addre- the
Siirer Mamif.ictiirir.i.' compaoy, 117 Harrison
street, Uaienport. Iowa.
ANTWi-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
musical Instruments, bicycles, clolhinit. dry
floods, furniture, etc. H:rfhcst cah prices
tiaid for second hand ifooiU of ail kinds also
The above iroods for sale at half th usual
store prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location
I'a .Second avenue. Dul l forget Ik J. W
Jones. Two rinKs on 1347.
IlOU SALE TWO GOO! HI.'ILriINO ITS,
' Mr S feet, near C, K. 1 A P. depot,
IVOR S A l.f-TH O f K IK iMf: ' THIRD
A avenue, oitr '.oO. tiic oilier
Inquiie at II io Third avenue.
TiXJR SALE NINE-ACRE FRI'IT FARM.
J? All kinds of fruit: kmh1 buildinmt; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Cordon it I tow man.
"FAIR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
J fa in near town. Inta of frtiit. To be
Bold rteap lo settle an estate. Hre In a bar
rala cheup for cash. So trade. Cordon &
CXR 8L. OOAL, IN ANT QUANTITY
a? of to bunhela or over at K.bO pwr loo. de
1 vend C. O. D. f any partof the cl. I are
orders at Coimrreial bnua barber ahop, Book
Itiand, or Enoa Jamea, Milan.
A BICYCLE FREE,
PRINCE ENTERS A PROTEST. NEW DIRECTORS
The Argus to Present One
Some Old or New Sub-scriber.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYECP OF FIGS
is doe not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
knowc to the Cauforsia. Fio Syrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original xemedy. As the
genuine 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
fornia Fio Stkcp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
cf the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in ad ranee of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its bcneScial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
"A.N FI AX CISCO, CaL
LOrisVILLE. Uj. XEW TOItC K.Y.
AS OUTLINE OF THE PLAN.
Any Old SubOTriber Who Fay SOc on Sub
scription Either on Back Account or In
Advance Ceta a Chance to Goen New
6aberlbers Who Pay In Advance May
Cineaa Also Consolation Prizes.
In order to be always up and doing
The Akgus proposes to jrive to some
old or new subscriber absolutely free,
a handsome new Modern bicycle of 1899
pattern on a plan that Mill insure
satisfaction to all.
The contest opened Feb. 4th and
will close three weeks from that
evening .Feb. oth at
Tenth's Con fremiti) an Opposes Presenting Terminal Officials Elected to Control D.
Mercer to Marsh. j C. K. Jiraneh.
A Springfield rorresponJent who! A special mietiur of the Davenport
seems to be verv well posted as to ! Clinton & Kastern railroad t'ooiiianr
what the plans of the Tanner machine
ar, in writing to the Chicago Trib
une concerning the "health-hunting
trip of the governor and a delegation
of his fellows, savs:
"The governor wants the state re-
apportioned, and there is going to be
trouble over this. Congressman Fos9
does not want to lose Lake county
irom nis district. Aicix?an countvde
sires to get away from Warner, and
Sangamon would fain make up with
McLean and get in tne same uistric
she was in some vears ago. Prince
already objecting to the threat to take
Mercer countv away from him aud
throw it into Marsh's district. Prince
is able to swing Knox, Mercer and
Putnam. If Mercer county be taken
from him Rock Island may bag the
ASKING FOR FULL STATE PAY
It will be known as The Argus Prize volunteer soldiers t
T.IOR SALF.-CHEA.P LOTS IN MMAS
JL? ter n addition, old baweball (rrounds. TheM
lots will be miUI from t"0 upward; small
amount don n. balance on lonir lime at 8 per
cent. Keidy Bros., room 4. Mitchell A Lynde
PjOR KALB A NF.AT OFFICE CAKI.N'ET
.1? with about SO different slides, suitable for
fl'ln lCKal blanks or anv description of papers
li nat form to be kept In thape for wrnintr
A eomprenenHive Index connected. Just the
thing for any ofnee with oontraais, etc, to
Die. Address H. K. C. care of TBtAUiDt
IOR RENT A LA!.;K
IIAKN AT 1 1 10
"L.'KJR RENT-7-KOOM HOI SF. WITH ALL
-a modern conveniences. IH'I Seventeenth
street. Inquire at I IU6 bevcnteentii street.
X.10R KKNT-THF. STORE. ?J3 SEVKN
-C teenth street, fornierlv iiccupied sh bar
nexs shop. .;ohI locuMon for any kind of busi
ness. liniuiro of F. . tjauetiuau. .'l Kiga-
Xj"tR RFNT NK.W LOIXJK If HIM. WHAT
. whs f. fmer.y tli Ntancard cluh rooira,
Is li,-n tittfil up with nw ard compiete
1m1uc rM'tTi fii!i:!tnrc and tixttiri's. anil N
pt-naiifl ri;ulv fr irstcction. Cheap rent;
Mraiu heal. Apply ol Krell ,v ;a:L.
II with fnuve
I'.LAf'K lASHMFilK SCARF.
ill (round. Fmrer feturu to
:il Fi:tt-enth strict a-.d be row . inlet4..
.1 manet . Leitler now
:KSS VKtdl'M AND
w l:c;itfd :'t S xih
Mrert. Sa'.isfaction tfuaraiticcd. It. vale and
eoiiildeuti kl ietien, aii-swcrt'd.
OST AN Ol'KN-FACKH LATUKs- OMI.D
waifhii t he ictuit v of rent.v-third St.
klxuit i a o ees iil-o. r'noer reluni l Ak
t.fs cftn-e Si.il receive revraret
LOAN CHATTEL MORT
II. Fa-stmn. I71i Sm.
ond avenue, without publieuv r removal He
auso makes collections haru ones a specialty.
a' I i;i;e han bv W.
1 1 F.LI'
J L bandage
WANTKD-I..IIS TO MAKE
at home for larire surgical
bouse. Karn ! weekly, fjiciose addressed
stamped envelope for reply. Marshall 6i. Co.,
JsrooKlyn, is. i.
m. mi.i;kf. inhepenpent slate
nter. elairviyant and business me
dium. All maiters of n.arriave. liv,ree.
separnii ns. ami'v trtwibie. law. luiU. etc.:
nnssinir ptrons or papt-rs: lost c,r stolrn arti--les.
The onlv sl.ite ruin-- medium a est of
lnn-.ii.-o. 5 1 J r ifteenth street.
FREE' FREE" FOR A FEW DAYS
will answer al,-d oucstions free t f all
eharce. Come aritl ee tne at on,-c. The eelc
b att-l life reader and painiist has just chwed
IWfniinihs btisints.s at Moline andh's licausj
to Ihls city at Mi Filteentb stn-eu Huurs w to
. Vnluut the aid of anv man. ante". pirit or
di vil. 1 read from yiir ha:i:id e-ey trouble
doubt or fc;r. hor ,ir dt-sj, ir: I iziw n ne in
full, dat unl fjfcft Iti dct.iil. toil novcr ik A
iutlnn. lfcihe. M ot-tiis: trntN-mt ri. i. If
ufi.ciorv. 4tbrr ie frte. I leaeb italtulir'
ry or proleivuunal purpiKsej..
BTv-i linns vonafv-vi c aoil. NTOiA
rwfBvr i n r'firw ior fciMr, will,
Wrrt nMlWOO. sWT M M M W 9 EsV.dk
T- -J llf lJOflf ova drnrritl mm
oah for ii, Ta.M It vita
St. &11 rarM: Knts. m ia
Jio you ever consider
quality of the IJread you are
eating? It may be good. It
might le better, purer, fresh
er and more wholesome. It
will be all right if you buy
KKKLL & MATH'S
Ask your Grocer for Krell
Math's Perfect Home
and insist on having it, why,
liecause it is the liest ami docs
not cost any more than the
poorer kind. Krell & Math's
I? read Is always good, whole
sonic, pure and niitiicious,
rich in llavornnd of tine grain.
Every loaf has our name
printed on a reil lalel. Do not
let thrin palm of some other
ttread on you as just as good,
as there is no ISread made
that is as good as Krell &
All the lcst (Iroocrs
Pi zzle Coxtest, and the bicycle will
be civen to the lirst correct answer
received after the puzzle is published
which will appear in The Akgcs of
Saturday evening, Feb. 11. 1899.
This is done in order to give everyone
a chance to comply with the con
ditions which are as follows
Any new subscriber who pays 50c
for a 5-weeks' subscription to The
Ak'U's in advance will he given a
ticket entitlinfr-sucu subscruier to a
guess in the contest, or one guess for
every 60c so paid on subscription
An' old subscriber who pavs 50c on
subscription will receive a ticket
eutitlinr them to a rrucss in the same
manner, or more guesses at the rate
of one guess for every 50c paid on sub
scription. In this manner all patrons
of the paper share and share alike
In cither case, however, the money
must Ie paid at or sent to X he Akkls
oflice. No iruesses will be given for
money paid to carriers.
In the issue of Saturday evening
ieb. II, a prize puzzle containing a
square tilled with black dots will be
printed. lo the nrst correct answer
as to the number of dots in the puz-
zl the bicycle will be given, every
answer being marked with the time
received and precedence given to the
lirst ono that is correct. The puzzle
will be such that no one will be able
to estimate the number correctly in
side of several hours, so that all will
have a good chance to get the wheel
Iu order to make it more attractive.
a ti-months' subscription free will bo
given to all who estimate it correctly,
but are too late to get the bicvcle.
All contestants will be required to
send iu their estimates on a blank
form that will lie furnished at The
Aunt's oflice to all who are entitled to
l ou can pav at anv time, get vour
blank ready for your answer and
make up the reply when you please.
II the wheel is won oy a lalv, a
lady's bicycle will Iks provided.
If no one estimates the number
of dots correctly the wheel will be
gFven to the one who comes nearest
A detailed description of the bicycle
...:n i ' 1 . . . . '
win uc jrnen later.
o Fetitlon the Illinois
Volunteers in the regiments whic
represented Illinois in the war wit
Spain will ask the legislature to allow
them full state militia pav for thei
time from the date of being called on
until they were mustered into the
United States service. Representa
five George M. Boyd, chairman of the
house committee on military affairs
will introduce resolutions to that end
Thev were framed by the league of
Illinois Volunteers, of which Andrew
J. Hirschl is president. The men re
ceived 52 cents a dav from the govern
ment for that period of time Instead
of $2 a dav, which is the regular mil
itia pay. They will now ask th
state lor the difference.
Seems Salvation Isn't Free.
LTp iu Clinton it seems the wearv
toilers of the press and the good peo
pic who labor in the Lord's vineyard
have reached the conclusion that sal
vation isn't free after all. Not
alone is faith without works dead
on the Wapsic bottoms, but faith
without donations as well. Hear
what the Herald, speaking of a local
contemporary, says: "A certain pa
per that makes a business of running
church advertisements free, has
boasted, through its management
that it runs such notices free to tickle
the women, aud then always over
charges merchants connected with
tue same cnurcu suuicientiv to more
than make up the donation. The
Herald never charges for notices for
entertainments strictly for charity.
but we uo not think tne -IU or more
churches and the dozens of lodges
should expect the papers to give them
free advertising. When the people
think ol this in the right spirit they
will cease to ask or, .expect it. Ibe
Herald is very religious, but it cannot
worship at 40 churches, lo adver
tisc free for 40 churches would be
in expensive way of gettiug to
Krell & Math's
Fbooe 1154 1718-1718 Second Avenue,
Eat vour daint v, costly v
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell iV Math's pure bread
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." Iiut 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 1
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Coming Woman
Who goes to the club while her hus
band tends the baby, as well as the
good old-fashioned woman who looks
after her home, will both at times get
run down in health. Thev will lie in
trouble with loss of appetite, head
aches, sleeplessness, faintinir or dizzy
spells. The most wonderful remedy
for these women is Electric Bitters.
Thousands of sufferers from lame
back and weak kidneys rise up and
I call it blessed. It is the medicine for
Women. Female complaints and ner
vous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved by the use of Electric Bitters.
Delicate women should keep this rem
edy on hand to build up the system.
Only 50 cents ier bottle. For sale by
llartz & bllemeyer. .
Bethesila. an An pel of Health.
Bethesda Mineral Spring Water has
proven an anel or lieaitli to the
1 thousands who have Wen cured bv
its wonderful healing power of
Bright's disease and kindred kidney
I diseases. Write for our valuable
book, "Bethesda," giving full direc
tions; also a partial list of those who
have been cured, many of them
doubtless personally known to you.
The list includes the most prominent
1 among statesmen, physicians, bankers,
I farmers and representatives from
everv class ami from all sections.
Sold only in sealed half-gallon bottles.
Druggists. A. M. Jones, president.
Bethesda Mineral Spring company,
Mistakes Will Happen.
A coming engagement at the Burtis,
Friday, Feb. 10, which will appeal
strongly to all fun lovers is that of
Jacob Litt's company, which will lire.
sent Cirant Stewart's roaring comedy.
Mistakes w 111 Happen. mere is
not, says oneof the best dramatic crit
ics in the country, 'a single slow mo
ment from the rise of the curtain until
its linal fall. The action never drags
ind the lines fairlt bubble with spark
ling and witty sayings." The company
which Mr. Litt has engaged is one of
exceptional strength. It is headed by
Charles Dickson and Henrietta Cros-
man, two poople whose connection
with anv company is sufheient to
guarantee an exceptionally tine per
formance, lbe company carries, every
thing, even to the smallest properties.
and the production is most elaborate.
This engagement of "Mistakes Will
Happen" will be one of the comet! v
events of the season.
(ione to Stay.
Moline, 111., Jan. 30, 199. Mrs. L.
Gilfoyle, of this place, s.nys her boy
had a great deal of trouble with sores
breaking out on his body and limbs,
and he could not ret rid of them.
Thev would heal, but would soon
break out again. She legan giving
him Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the
soreness healed, and she has seen no
sigus of their breakinir out since.
Does Coffee Agree With Yon?
If not, drink Grain-O made from
pure grains. A lady writes: "lhe
lirst time I made Gra'in-O I did not
the franchises of which were trans
ferred some time ago to the Terminal
company, was held in Davenport yes
day, and resulted in the election of
the board of directors of the Davenport,
Rock Island & Northwestern road,
otherwise known as the Terminal com
pany. The new board consists of John W.
Gates, W. P. Palmer, John Lambert,
E. T. Shuler, John Drake, H. B. Shul
er and Frank P. Blair, and will prola
bly hold a meeting in the near fature
to devise plans for an early comple
tion of the road. By the action taken,
the Davenport, Clinton & Eastern is
maintained as a seperate organization,
although it is practically owned by
the same interests, and" for the pres
ent at least, the company will con
tinue under the name in which it was
incorporated. Later if it should be
deemed advisable, the name will be
changed, and as rumors are current
that the St. Louis, Peoria & North
ern will build the road, it is pi'ob
able that eventual- the Davenport.
Clinton & Eastern may become a part
of that company's line through to Clin
ton. ONE FOR WEARY WILLIES.
Cheap Cash Store.
Plenty of choice Table Butter, per pound only gc
Strictly Fresh Eggs, warranted, only per dozen t7C
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 Pearl Ilomany, the best, 2 pounds gc
Nic Oranges and Lemons, per dozen only 20c
Fancy Jersey Cranberrys, 4 quarts for 25C
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 Avenue
i-s. i -r
Itill Designed to Keep Track
Senator Stubblctield, of Blooming-
ton, has a bill which he designates as
h:s tramp" bill. It is designed to
keep track of the wanderers who go
lrom town lo town. lhe bill pro
vnles that everv tamp or vagrant
shall register his name with the town
clerk in every town he may visit.
whereupon he will be given a certi
ficate of idcutilication bv the . town
clerk. This certilicate will entitle the
holder to proceed upon his way
without molestation. Under Senator
Stubbleheld's bill the - knight of the
road" who happens to forget to reg
ister with the towu clerk will be sum
marily dealt with when he docs alight.
The line for this neglect is not less
than $50 nor more than $200, to bo
worked out in improving the public
streets at tne rate 01 i per day.
For Stnnop Collectors.
The postollice department at Wash
mgtou announces tnat in compliance
with numerous requests made to the
postmaster general by collectors and
others, enouga of the newspaper and
periodical stamps lately in use by post
masters to make up 50,000, complete
ets have been reserved by the de
partment for sale, and that
they may be bad of postmas
ters at lirst-class postoflices. or upon
application to the third assistant post
master geueral, at the rate of ?5 a set
the set consisting of one each of the
12 following denominations: One. 2, 5,
10. 25, 50, $2, 5. $10. $20. $50 and
$100. When applications are made
by mail the money to pay for the
stamps must accompany the order
with 10 cents additional to pay lor
postage and registry fee on the re
turned packet. No less than a full
sold, but as
as may be
wanted can be bought. The stamps
are not jroo.1 lor postage, ana alter;
their purchase thev cannot be re-
leetued or exchanged by the govern
ment. J he sale of these stamps will
continue up lo the olst of next IJe-
set in auy case will be
many more whole sets
A Handsome Sideboard
can bo bought from our superb
stock of furniture at such a rea
sonable price that you can deco
rate your dining room with oneof
these convenient pieces of furni
ture without embarrassment to
yourpurse. We have reduced our
whole stock of dining room, par
lor and bed room furniture to
prices that make them rare bargains.
PflDnCQ 1802 Second
Knows that the Peerless Remedy
for Diseases of the Liver,
Kidneys and Bladder is
Or. J. 13. fMEAN'S
Mr. S. A. Fackler, editor of the Mi-
canopv (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife
and children, suffered terribly from
la grippe. One Minute Cough Cure
was the only remedy that helped
them. It acted quickly. Thousands
of others use this remedy as a 6pecilic
for la grippe, and its exhausting after
effects. Never fails, tor sale by T
II. Thomas. A. J. Reiss and M. F.
like it, but after using it for one week ;
nothing would induce me to go back j
to coltee. Jt nourishes ami leeas
the system. The children can drink
it freely with great benelit. It is the
strengthening substance of pure
grains. Get a package today from
your grocer, follow the directions in
making it and vou will have a deli-'
cious and healthful table leverage for
old and voung. 15 and 2o cents.
LI. . . .
John Mulholland, 6 Per Cent
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run live years and lear 6 per cent interest. The bonds bavo
20 coupons. 10 to pay interest, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cent of the principal are payable semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal every six mouths, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM for the full term of the lxind, thus enabling the
investor to get an increased rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are as absolutely secure as it is possible to inako a security,
eferences from investors given. For full particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12 Mitchell & Lyndc Bldgor
305-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street Chicago, 111.
-..r . , ,., r ,.-11! tr ..
jsuo-l jeiin-i ei ry ouiuiing jvhiis.im iny, wo
51 1-13 Century Building St. Louis, Mo.
812-3 Banigaii Building Providence, R. I.
! It hzS Cured Thousands of Dcs-!
perate Cases. Try It. j
PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. j
The Palace Cigar Store,
Coughing injures and inflames sore!
lungs. One Minute Cough Cure
loosens the cold; allays coughing and
heals quickly. The U-st cough cure
for children, perfectly harmless. For
sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reiss and
I M. F. Bahnsen. druziists.
Chamberlain's Coojh Kemedy In Chieago
Hisgen Bros., the popular South
Side druggists, corner of Sixty-ninth
street and Wentworth avenue, savs:
We sell a great deal of Chamber-
Iain's Cough remedy, and find that it
ives the most satisfactory results
especially among children lor severe
colds and croup." For sale bv all
Dsnt Tsaaree Spit sad Ban Tsar lift Awsy.
To qnlt tobaccj easily and forever, be mar
netie, full of life ne. ve and vicor, take Ko-T
Bac. toe wonder-worker, taat makes weak men
strong. All draC'ts, SOc or II. Curernaran.
teed. Booklet and sample free. Addrea
BterUBg Kerned Co., Chicago or Hew Yorav
There Is No ? About IU
No question indeed with those who
have used it, but thai Foley's Kidney
Cure is absolutely reliable for all kid
ney and bladder diseases.
Coughs, colds, down to the very
lorderland of consumption, yield to
the soothing, healing influences of
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Svrup. 'For
sale by Marshall & Fisher. i
M. F. Bahnsen and T.
A Healthy Child.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, wo 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
- Booms opposite Harper House.
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.
HZITBT A. PAKIDOW
JOBS M. FAKIDOB.
PAIIDON & SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calcltnlners, Etc.
Shop 419 Seventeenth SU Bock Island
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