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THE ABGHJS, WEDNESDAY", FEBRUARY 22, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly t 1S24 Seeoad
Atesve, Rock land, in. Entered at the
PottofSce aa Second-claas matter. 1
TBS IUHI or J. W. FOTTEB
TERMS Dally, 10 eecta per week. Weekly,
12-00 per annum: In advance II. 50.
All communication of political or arcnmen
tatlve character, political or religious, moat
bare real name attached for publication. No
ucb article wlU be printed over OeUUona ale-
Correspondence solicited from every town
nip la Bock Island county.
M"r:iNrDAV, i KhKLAKlT
TliK majority of the Kansas f.nate
are in favor f a bi!l to reduce Pullman
rar charges 2. er cent.
Miss. Vamei:bii.t reioit-es in the
possession of the mosl l-autiful cat in
the world: it co-t-t no lc- than fJ'HJ,
Tiik Washington iion.se has passed
a hill annronriatin-' J0.imm for the
construction of a statclioii-e on the
jiresent foil ii Nation.
Iii-M i: k fought -J (fuel, and in all
t lifft- roniliots rccei vel but one wound,
which was caused lv the accidental
breaking of his antagonist's swonl.
Ti:viK follows the tla." Sure
thin. W'aW-h the fuel wajjonj fol-
;.nv when the cold wave liao; froes ii.
lint it is a lo.s.n trade to the con
-uniers. Keokuk Const it utio:i-Dem
Ir is anllioritatirel v stated th:it in
New York C'itv bo.Us in-ison are ut
terly destitute ami without any of the
iiece-tsaiies of life, and still the gov
ernment wants to annex 10,000. (MM)
u Mic charge in the Philippine isl
KX-M.NAIOI: (il'il.-iiK V. Kdminh-
who has Indian authority fur the re
publican party up to these days of
benevolent a-siinilal ion . " and is an
opponent of iiiigx-ri ilism, asks this
pn-slion : '-Il.tw ill such of our
bishops, priests and deacons' anil
religious newspapers as have ap
pearcd to favor the schomi- lind
authority in the greatest and lest of
all books ;;iven to n::iiiki:il the new
testament f-r this new enterprise
now proposed for our republic?"
Ckiii . tin? port of tin? island of that
name which is h-wj; occupied by a de
tachment of ien. Miller forces at
Iloilo. is the ino-t ancient town in the
Philippines. It was the former .-cat
of jjovernmeiit of the Vis.-iyan or cen
tral n.ii of islands, and its climate
is aid to ! better than that of any
other Philippine town. Its trade,
which in !' amounted in value to
alMiut !.7."o,no0. consi-ts almost en
tirely id exports the imports in 1
having U-cn le-s than sflO.Ot.Mi in val
ue, ami in the preious vear nothing
1mi'h:ii.im is speeding alon at a
terv rapid ";ait now, but wheti it col-iiile-
wit !i the people in l'.'OO there
will Is- cry little left of the firm of
McJIatuia anil company. A larjje
army is needed to .sustain an empire,
and liMi nijo soldiers are demanded by
t he impel ialit. lien. Miles says that
To.ooo soldiers are all that are neces
sary for all purposes in the Philip
pines. Porto Uico. Cuba and Hawaii
and thi-country. Kven if Miles li
ti re- were taken, from -.'5.0M).(kmi to
sf.M.ooo ih'u a year would If saved to
this t-oitntrx .
The complete novel in the March
isiie of Lippiin-ott s is The Sport of
"n cuiiistanres. Iv Clariuila Pendle
ton Lamar, a tale of modern southern
life. Joseph A. Nunez, in an article
on('iiit. ives timely and interesting
A Tumor Formed
Finally It Broke Inwardly
Trouble Began With Dyspepsia
and Impure Blood
Thorough Course of Hood's Sarsa
paritla Completely Cures.
There is danger in impure Idood.
IisfUM and siitterin.ir an- surely onl
ine to ih iii'L'li'd this thleateu-
inir niptoin. Head this:
C I. Moo.1 A Co.. Lowell, Mas.:
"(iriitieinen:-My troubles began with
nervous headaches, w hich would last
me for two or three days. The doctors
jronuuncM my trouble dyg-psi, but
they could not do aujtbiu for me, and
advised a change of location. At the age
of 55 a tumor formed on my spine, which
Was Very Painful
but did not rise or d-.M.harge. The doctor
t bought best to cut it our. but I objected.
It finally broke and discharged a great
deal. The doctors said they could do
not bine for it. Then the tumor began to
rise inwardly and discharge. I read much
atout cures by Hood's araparilla and
thought I would try it. Before I had
finished taking one bottle I was much
relieved. I continued the use of Hood's
Sarsaparil!a.and after taking 12 bottles I
w as entirely cured. I am now well, have
a good appetite and feel that I owe my
life to Hood s Sarsaparilla." W. D. Fore.
Hood's ; parilla
1 t h Wt in f art t be ne Tni Blood Purifler.
fs. .1.1 hy all !nii:K l l : ' for t.v
Hood's Pills ISL'SJ
facts relating to animal and vegetable
life in ottr new possession. Recollec
tions of a London Lawyer, by ('. Kur
nett Smith, tells amusing incidents of
Ixindon law courts, especially con
nected with the career of Montagu
Williams. Owen Hall, in Imperial
ism An Estimate, tells about the
poiiev of colonization. Brainerd's
Idol, by William T. Nichols, is
a tale of an ambitious editor,
and is followed by the Perception of
the P.'eturesque, by J. Hunter. Wil
liam M. Tisdale gives an interesting
sketch of Chinese Physicians in Cali
fornia, with details abjut their pre
scriptions and diagnosis. Mendicity
as a I'idc Art is treated of by Francis
J. Zieg'.er. (leraldine Ilonntr has a
romantic story entitled His Honor.
Ic the Night, a poem, is by the well
known author of Nocturnes of New
York, Charles C I. Roberts.
Their Wealdlne Trip.
A pemmer viritor in a New Euglacd
mill town made friends with one or two
of the French Canadians who were em
ployed as operatives in the mills.
One cf these was au elderly widower
whose two youaest children the visitor
Lad taken to drive with- Liiu several
'I make a marriage lies week,
ma'tnelle, " haid the father as' he de
posited the children at thtir Jiome late
one afteruccn. "Von mo os au'o pa-t
yonr Louse on the wedding trip."
"Indeed!" wid the young woman,
"hail you ro in the coach?"
"No, we no in hired Lujzgy. My wife
she po, and I with lier. to the bnry
groand, same as our peojile most al
ways," raid the null, witn evident sur
prise at the ludy'H igmrance. "Three
baggy more behind us. and we all carry
two, three boii'jui t to put on my lirt
wife's urave. Yes'm, it is a pretty wed
dinii trip to the tury ground, aul re-t-pectfnl.
Three it four days later the sntnmer
visitor wan filled with mixed emotions
a lie haw tho four bujiS'eii, laden with
the wedding party clad in pay attire,
pass tin- honse and tarn into the littlo
cemetery. .-oin minutes later tho l.u.ar
niis aaiu went by. that time at n
ciicerfnl tret, and she was favored with
au elaborate bow from the bridegroom.
whose face wore a happy and virfnons
Miii le. Youth's Cotnpanion.
t.nxury antl r.tlrnvnSRnre,
111 general tho destruction of wealth
is a social aswtll as uu individual loss.
The wealth that is u-ed up in riotous
living is iliverted from bitter uses. Kx-
travaiiic is not tcesarily luxury.
The mere transfer of wealth fro:u ouo
hand to another tcns not involM de
struction. Cnnsauijitioti uu uns usiu
np. When a nation spends $'.jO,tXiO for
i gri-at picture, the wealth is not de
stroyed: it is (-imply transferred. When
the jubilee plunder ran through 2,."iut,-
(it;U in 12 calendar months, the wealth
of tho world was dmiiuisitt-d only by
the amount cf it lie and those who
Fpouged on him pnt down tln-ir throats
aud otherwise wantonly destroyed. In
no far as it whs simply transferred to
otheis to whom lis paid extravagant
prices, it was m.t destroyed.
To give high pr:ce for articles which
are rare is not iiece-ssarilv luxnrv, for
the pi ice and tho rare edition or the old
master both remain. It is trne tha ex
travagance may mean - the transfer of
wealth to those who will not use it
well, but it docs not usually miau this.
It generally involves a transfer to the
Lands of thoso who will uso it more
wiselv. Journal of Kthics.
Tbr lilnr; I'awn.
One raturdav afternoon two friends cf
the noble game of chess eat rJaying
together in a cafe, tsoddeuly one of
them started up in a pa.ssiou and ex
claimed. "You Lave porketod onecf my
A glance at tho board and men exit
need to i-how that u pawn wow really
missing. Ihtf exciremeut over ine i'isi
pawn became so intense that a lively ul
tercation ensued, m which everybody
in tho room took part.
Quiet was at last restored, and the
player who had lost his p.awn riumeU
his w at and began to drink his coffee,
which was covered with thick cream.
when he all at once got something into
his throat which nearly choked him
He succeeded, however, in cxtiicatiug
the intrusive article, which turned out
to be the missing pawn.
The chess plavcr, intent on the game.
had thrown it into his enp in place of a
lump of sugar. Pearson's Weekly.
V Novel lllanrr.
Yiitor Smith, appointed collector cf
customs at Port Towushend, Wash., by
Secretary Chas succeeded in inducing
the government to move the custom
houso from that point to Port Angeles,
where he maiutaiued himself fr.ra time
iu u semibarbaric proprietorship. He
once invited the officers of the revenue
rntttr Shubrick to dine at bis Louse,
nnd the officers arrayed themselves in
full dress and went ashore in state tc
wait upon Collector Smith at Lis man
sion, which was then iu au unfinished
In due course of time the collector,
assisted by his wife, brought out twe
carpenter's saw hcrsee, on which was
placed a t'oard covered with wrapping
paper. The repast was then set forth.
Smith, taking from his pockets tbret
big apples, gave one to each of the thr
officers, with a small forked stick, re
marking. "You'Jl have to roast your
own apples." Argonaut.
Ilia Jwatiee In a Fort !(.
LcrdCbitf Justice Cockl urn, when
at the bar, defended a Scotsman foi
murder. A long and eloquent light wa
in vain; sentence of death was passed.
Then legan the condemned Scotsman tc
abuse his counsel. "I ha Dae got jus
t ice the day." he declared. "Possiblj
not, but you'll get it in a fortnight,"
was the crushing reply. London Out
GladTldlaga to Asthma Saffercr.
Folev's Honev and Tar jnves quick
aud positive relief in all cases.
Critics, pray do not reject
rTnat is writ in fciali-cr.
For the common p-:ples tbonpht
Ishocld in rcramon tpeech be wrought,
And the crude but punpent vord
S-hosld be written u It a hcaid
Wise or foolish, if 'tis true.
That should be enough tor youl
With nan a speech is omethins blent
CauRht from his environment
btrcn. rebellious nnd the schools
Only aci.tch it with their rules.
Man may fashion a di-uise
atmi; to !.is n'ii:hlMrs" eyes.
But upon hl torque will be
SMamp! Lis true identity. -
Th rcfore. critics, pray reject
Notion writ in dialect
Whu h in story or in rhymo
Is a rfonl of tint tjn.e.
Vital, fresh aud tt to be
F( i::ul in h ...t .'oii'.rr.ny
-Meredith rul:oion in New Vcrlc San
WHEN NAPOLEON WALKED.
An liiflilrnl nt t1i? Xrinorniilc tt
Irrnt I'roui !.s-ov.
It was en Nov. 21, at nLont T o'clock
in the mi rnicg, whet: v.e saw the bea
ot the column, lhe rsri-5 we ;tw wert
generals, a few of wheel v.cro oa horse
Lack, tut the majority on foot. Th3
latter painfully dragged theniselve
along, almost all having their feet fro
zeu nnd bound up in rags and pieces ol
sheenakiu and civir.a of hnnger. We
then saw what was left of the cavalry
of the guard. The emperor camo nest
on toot, with a stick in his hand. lie
was lnufiled np in a largo tapoto lined
with fur and wore on his head an
amaranthine velvft cap edged with
black foxskiu. On his right marched,
also on foot. King Mcrut; on his left.
Prince Lugene, viceroy of Italv; then
Marshals l5i.-rtb.irr, prince ot N'eufchatel
Ner, Mortitr, Lefehvio aud other mar
shalo and generals, whose corps had
been partly destroyed.
They were followed by TOO to 800
ofMcers and subofHcers, marching iu or
dcrau.l bearing in the greatest sileuce
the eagles cf the regiments to which
they had belonged nnd that had so often
led the:a to victory. TLiy were the
remnant tt over 00,000 men iMy poor
Fice.rt, who had not seen tho army for
a mouth, gazed cti silently, but his con
vnlsive movements showed only too
well what he felt 1 saw big tears roll
down the cheeks and fall on his inus-
t-cho, from which icicles were hang
iug. Then, turning to me, "Really,
compatriot, I do not know whether I
am asleep or awake; 1 weep because 1
bavo seen our emperor m.'rching cn
foot, a stick in his hand, he that was bo
great aud whi iiiadu as so proud!"
"Memoires of Sergout iioargojjna. "
lfv tins lit liK-tlonft In Siberia
Tb. re is not much caste or class dis
tinction iu Siberia, aud the few social
rules are las. The. Russian Siberian
mingltt freely with the native tribes,
aim their customs uud hnLits have, in
cou&cqueuce, been considerably modi
lied. I have often teen groups of boys
playing cu the street where tho Kirghiz
or Huriat boys were mixed indiscrim
inately wirii the Russians. From their
dress or huignago it was impossible to
distinguish tin in, for both costume aud
language were a strange mixture. Only
the peculiar features cf the native or
the more tloveufy appearance of the
Iiussi ui would betray the slightest dif
ference. It is an old saying that you
"scratca a Hessian and lii:d a Tartar.
It might ba more appropriately said
at least, of tho Russian peasant that
you scrape the dirt clT a Russian and
lind a clean Tartar, for tho latter aro
decidedly the mere cleanly St. Nich
A Fnhe Alarx.
"Oh, .lohti, dear," said Mrs. Nort
on s, "I'm so glad you've come home! I
wai:t yon to go right out and have that
new neighbor cf ours arrested, llo has
been beating his wife uud family all
tho morning, and the way they moan
is too horri.de tor anything I It has
thrown me into bvsterics and n nervou
headache, and there, there! Do you
bear that? Isn't it uwfull-"
Let John, dear, looked oat the win
dow nnd culy smiled.
"Why, what do you mean?" scream
ed bis wife. "Aro you as heartless as
be? AYill yon, too, liok on und hear a
poor woman and her innocent children
'"Thire, there, my dear, calm your
self! It's only tho pulley cn tho new
building that's going up tn the next
corner It needs a littie oil. " Detroit
(arljlf llrnra lilekenn I'.ernl.
April Z'.i, 1 M.3, C:.rlyie wrote thns of
cue t f Dickens' re.i'iur.-s. snys O. T
Copcland in The Atlauticr "Ihad to go
yesterday tj Dickens' reading S p m..
Hauovr rooms, to the complete i.pset
tiug of my evening habitndes aud i-pir-itual
comjxjsnre. Dickens dees do it
cupit.tlly, snt h as it is ; acts better thau
any Mat-ready iu the world; a whole
tragic, comic, heroic theater visible,
erforming uudtr one hat aud keeping
us l.iughiug in a s-jrry way, ru:ne of u3
thought tho whole night. He is a good
cieatnre, too, and makes 'u0 or -'J0 by
each of tho readings. "
I-altliic In Ibf Mint".
Clara I understand that Mr. Feath
erleypai'I xne a vry pretty compliment
Ltbel Yes What was it?
Clara He said that among tbe mcst
beautiful young ladies at the party waa
Miss Clara Smith.
Ethel (with a cough) Ye?. I noticed
yon among them. London Fun.
The gradual cooling of France is
proved by its vegetation. The Italian
poplar, common in tariy French etch
ings, is now eeldem seen in the coun
try, while the lemon has disappeared
from Lauguedoc and the crange from
It is intimated that the incandescent
lamps in use in all parts of the world
have over 400,000,000 candle power.
Soap was first manufactured in Brit
ain ia 1524. '
This is THE ARGUS9
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space above. Seal it and address it to The Argus Prize
Puzzle contest. He sure and write your own name and ad
dress on the card also. It will be marked with the time re
ceived, and the first correct, or nearest to the correct, unswer
i. warded the wheel.
THIS BICYCLE FREE
To some subscriber of The
fair to all. The bicycle is a
It will be awarded Saturday, Feb. 25, to some person
on the plan as outlined in another column
Andalusia. Feb. -22. The schools
have reopened aain.
Rev. Sanjston held servicrs in the
Baptist church Sunday.
Mrs. Couklin. of Sulphur Springs,
was in our village last. week.
This warm weather has weakened
the ice in the river considerably.
The vnmi'' folks enjoved a pleas-
nnt evening at Heath's last week.
Mrs. Anna Huntlev and little
daughter are havinir a sieiro of tjrip.
People from here atteno.od the
dance at Adoliih Dunlap's last week
llliatn Hobart and fannlv moved
a short time a-ro to a farm near Mus
Mr. Butterlield, of Do Witt, Iowa,
spent a few days with Joseph Sim
mons last week.
Mrs. ISartou. from near Illinois
City, is here visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. John Steckman.
Mrs Burtis and granddaughter have
moved into Mr. Trukenmiller's house.
Mrs. Burtis will keep house for Mr.
Andalusia youngfolks received their
share of valentine's last Tuesday.
Some thought thev received more
than their share. Several of the older
people received some, too.
A birthdav partv at the home of
Mr. Snider, near Tavlor Uidge, Mon
day evening, was attended by many
from here. Mr. Snyder was pre
sented with a handsome rocking chair.
The (ireatest IMseovrry Vet.
W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, III.
Chief."' savs: -We won't keel
house without Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds." Experimented with many
others, but never irot the true rcm-
-dv until we used Dr. Kind's New
Disc-overv. No other remedy can
take its place iu our home, as in it we
have a certain and sure cure lor
coughs, colds, whooping cough, etc."'
It is idle to experiment with other
remedies, even if thev are urired on
von as just as irood as Dr. - King's
Xf.v Diseoverv. Thev are not as
good. Iecause this remedy has a rec
ord of cures and lesides is guaran
teed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at Hart's & Ulleme ver's
For I-m tiripM.
Thomas Whitfield & Co.. 210 Wa
bash avenue, corner Jackson street.
one of Chicago's oldest and most
prominent druggists. recommend
Chanilierlain's Cough Remedy for la
grippe, as it not only gives a prompt
and complete relief, but also couuter-
icts anv tendency of la irriptie to re
sult in pneumonia. For sale by all
Not one chilil dies where ten
funnel iy died from croup. People
have learned the value of bie Minute
Couh Cure aud use it for severe lung
ind throat troubles. It immediate! v
stups cougliiuir. It never fails. For
sale bv T. H. Thomas. A. J. lieissaud
M. F. Bahnsen, druggists.
Arnold's Bromo Celerv cures head
aches; 10, 25 ani 60 cents. P.ei9s'
Doaf Tabsrr Hit mm4 Stmxe Tar life lwy.
To auit tobacca easily and forever, be mag
neUc. fall of l.fe oe.re and vigor, take No-To
Ba:, toe wonder worker, tat makes weak men
strong. All drags-Una, (0c or fl. Careguarasr
teed. Booklet and sample free. Addreat
BterUag lieiedy Co., Chi case or New York.
, ,' oi
Argus on a plan absolutely
hi;h grade 1899 wheel listed at
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
WliW'h is Better try an Experiment
l'rottt by a Kock Islanil Citizen's
Something new is an experiment.
Must be proven to be as repre
sented. Be successful at home or you doubt
The statement of a manufacturer is
not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends is.
Now, supposing you had a bad
A lame, weak or aching one.
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many so called
lint thev come from far away
It's different when the endorsement
conies from home.
Easy to prove that it is so.
Home endorsement is the proof that
bucks every box of Doan s Kidney
W. II. Thompson, photographer,
corner Second avenue and Twentieth
street, living at 2100 Third avenue.
says: - I use! Doan's Kidney Fills
and found tiiem an excellent remedy
for kidney trouble. I noticed for
some time a sluggishness of mv kid
nevs. The secretions from them were
highly colored, contained u sediment
and had an offensive odor. To my
mind it was a forerunner of kidney
complaint and, anxious to get rid -A
it before further complications set in,
more dillicult to check, when I heard
about Doan's Kidney Fills I obtained
a box at Marshall & FisLer's drug
store. I took them as directed. In
a short time the troubles disappeared
and the kidneys performed their func
tions in a normal way. I have
Doan's Kidney Pills constantly on
hand, for it is a good idea to take a
few doses now and then to keep the
kidneys in irood condition and thus
aid nature in carrying on" the poison
oils matter which mlirht otherwise re
main in the system. My wife also
used loans Kidney Pills and is as
firm a leliever in their merits as I."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed bv
Foster-Mil burn company, Buffalo, N
Y., sole agents for the United States
Kemember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
EdcraleToor I?rels With rascaret.
Ctrly C'atimrttc. cur? constipation forever.
10c. '.Sc. If C. C. C. fail, driiysiMs, refund money.
The only Cement that is not eiTected
by heat or moisture.
Otto tirotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A J. Kiess, 2229 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keirn, 7th Ave. and 3th St
Otto Kudert, 5th Ave. and Elm St
?We Have Throueh
and successful efforts been able
ouiselves to lag neither in quality nor price. lhe result i that
each succeeding da v has placed us in a better shape to sell the
liest goods at the lowest price possible. The liberal patronage
we are receiving tells the story why we can sell.
No. 1' shore mackerel, per
Apple butter and jelly, 8
ounds . . . . 9e
Buttermilk soap. 3 bars iu
Honey drip syrup, per gal
Sorghum, per gallou 85c
Splendid baking powder.
jht pound . . . 20e
Sliced pineapple, per can. . . 10c
Crated pineapple, ;i-pound
2 cans of yellow table
peaches . . . . 25c
2 pounds of anchovis 15
CASH GKOCEKS, 329
I Bright Days
I Brings Bargains. I
We are now busy getting in our spring
j stock. 'I here are many snap bargains in
3? our stock upou which prices have been
p'aed thit will merit your attention. The
re:eipt of new goocU make the old ones
move and we have put prices on them that
will make them go lively.
f SHOE SNAPS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Come quickly and you will do your '
p eket book a favor.
WRIGHT & BARBER
Drink at the Fountain ol Health
The m st vii!.n.sful
and llu; ui'ist scicutiU c
ok i;i)i ii
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Hit reputa-.ion fur years' ' i.ivvip
at bop.less by others, prove C'j'"1 :
C( )xsulta'Hon it: i
CATAUItH, Dyspepsia, Astlnni. lMiomnatism, Scrofula, Syphili.-J, J5I'I,
Kidney, IJvcr und Skin Disjase cia be quickly and permanently cured by our advaii'So
syKt;rn of medicine.
WOMKX sulTeriii"- from Diseases of the U omb, Ovarie. P;aM;r, Kilm-x,
Nervous ICxbuustioii. Ia!piiai ion of the Heart. Pyspepsla. or imv '1 v-;imi pesuliar to sex
thouhl call on the rieal Npceialisl arid trrl un opinion on their r:i tn-t of charge.
ELK.;TKK:iTY Sc-ientili' mII.v upplicd; Nervous Debility, Piles, Kxhannl i v
Drains. N'ljfht Losses l-fert:ve Memory. Threatened Insaoty. Los of Will Power, Meni
Ielus'ioiis. sleepiessnrss. I.-. . Majiiood. Weakness of Men. el.;.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause ot .Nervous Debility. W hy treat
months with others when e Riiarantee you a permanent cure In seven day by our palnleta
methods. Hydrocele cured iu three days-no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the liest First.
OCR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE P.EST. The num
erous acknowledgements we have received from the nepapern for our remarkable cure
In both medical and surL'i"-al eases Is proof inclusive bat our advaneeu methods cur
where all others fail 'I berefore. d' not waste time with others, but coosult us at once and
regain your lost health There is a ntai-e In every disease that eari .e cured. H.ivo
you passed tha stare" " If not. do not experiment nnvi oiifer. !'it consult ut at onec. Kjf
thermore. we offer t ' to any or.e pr.viri-f our credentials fai We rnaK It an object
to investigate ours. No ott er specialist offers sueh a fair ir.jiMltion. ONLY LUItAlU.K
CASES TAKEN liest of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. JJua
dreds cured by mail- Hours to : S. i to b, 7 to 8. Sundays, ll.au to l.fi.
CFF.CE 124 TOT IDIRil STREET, M'ClXUjrcn BlUHXG, MVESPOBT, l.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Incorporated Under the
M03EYLOA5ED03 PES305AL COLLATERAL OR SEAL ESTATE 3E3URITX
3. M. Huford. president.
John Crubauh, Vice PreEldeLt.
P. Ureenawalt. Ca.si-.e-.
Begac Iraalneaa July t, 1h-. and oeeupy tba
S. E. corner ol MltcbeU Lyode
to go forward never allowing
Finest French soaps, o bars
in box 2,')0
l'J lbs granulated sugar. . .$1.00
1 sack Pride of Owatonna
1 sack White Star Hour. .. . 1.10
1 sack Pillsbury Hour 1.20
4 lbs SantosPea berry coffee 1.00
flood rieeand raisins, per lb 5o
Seeded raisins, per package 10o
Yeast foam. mu- package.. lie
Bising Sun stove polish. . . tic
Knaiuiline stove jolish .... 7c
Box. large si.?, best shoo
Peas per can, 5. 71 and .... loc
(olden Kio coffee, per 11. . . 15c
Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090.
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now is the time to have yom
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
le a pleasure to receive yonr
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so cpuickly
A DAN'S WALL PAPER CO..
.510, 312. 314 TWEN1IETH ST
nit .i i:. waimi.
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rt -A Vcrchp ljiis-iirrd liiiiilri;l-iof chrorilCTasr-s t'lvi-n n
, ' y ,lii. ln.- vii.-ntillj mi-ltijCs of truulincnt cure ivl'i:
l'.t'.lMPI- ANT) PEIiMANKXT CL'KKS.
Fonr Per Cent I'ald on
B. 8. Cable, Wm WUmertor '
John Cruhaugb, I'til Mltcnell,
M. . HuU, I- Klmon,
K. W. Hunt, J M. Uuort
Bolleltora Jackaoo Burst.