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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAKCH 16. 1899.
Published Dull and Weekly at 1CM Second
Avenue. Hurt Wand, lit Entered At Uie
fuaioBce aa Second-ciaas mailer. 1
II THX KAMK OF J. W. POTTBE
TFRMS DaUy. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
00 per annum: In advance (I .SO.
AU communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
Ctc real name attacned for publication. No
ucb article will be printed over OcUtlouj Big
Correspondence solicited from BTery town
hip In Rock Island county.
Tim imav. Maiw ii K'.
Itrmorratie auruatu anil Convention.
The democratic voter ol the city of ICoel:
liai.d arc rcii'iestctl to meet at ttieir respec
tivc .vards Tuesday v-ritiir. Mar.li II. at
oci M-icp in.. t' nominate "lie cantiidate in
c-teli Auril for ai'lerliian. anl ti c'.ect three
nn-fiilers of tlic t nv ciiuii.it;ee. ami 10 elnxr-
Ueierute-l to i ljt- e: ' '. -1 w n b i i con v ell t iei..
Tin- c.ijimm-, w.il I..- m i.) in t lie lespeetKe
u anls an foliows:
i ;r-t W'.nJ Null!' TOi'l oH -'C.
Sec.icd War-! - Stw!d' hail.
1 in.! W'unl- :il TIi rd :ive:a.e.
Kk ji-ii Ward K.-iel; o Ka'.t.s livery stu'Lie.
Y.I t ': Ward - ll'ie lio'ise oa 'I'ieiitv-.ei,i..d
S.x h Wanl- J;;0 Kifih avenue.
-veiih War.l did N-. 7 seline! bouse.
Ti.e tia-isof representation w iil lie one dele
gate t- ci.ett ji vits t major fra:tiu:i ttieie-
r e.i-i for- t h-ilerimerat le l: a' tonal ticket
s:. K.ih wr.nl is cotirletl to flcle..aTcs as
Kir-' ward I'
Sei'urri ttaiil . .. -'"
Kotirlh w aid I:r.'
"ii" h anl ... --
Sixiti watil -"I'l
Sevcii'ft uaii! .. '.v.;
I clival '.
fle'.;raes eli-ct-d It I liei" rcsfee:ive wa.'d
u Hi assenii'i' ;.t Ti:i :ir hall 1 li.n -4iav cvcnciir
Ma'-eh ar nii i'l'ii-1;. to nominate candidates
for nuv-i-. !' v clerk. et iti'ornev. e.ly i reas-
i.ri-r two a-;,:anl iirv isors. as-.e-.vir and
c!eti . aad seieet a ha:rt:ia:i of the clly
t. ll-l. p oajtlli' 'CI'. V. . ('. M il ' KFK.
(.hu:rinaii I oiumutee.
M IK III J VI:
Republic -ays. i'
I r:i !c mark .
cy." i lie .st.
i i!ie tret) nine
I i is :i n ii u n - ! litttt President Me-Kitilt-V
is after Reed's sc.-ilp Ix i rlllsC (if
t he c-pc:ikt-r"s opposition In liis pol
icies, ami that he lias Id licsU'il a:i-'ii-s
man James Sliefuittn. of New
V t I. . In U'coiue 1 he administration's
-:t 1 1 !: f for .speaker i.f the new
Tiik l-f iiKjuiry court learueil
-iiiiiellitliiT vesl-!-.I:iy of t in- ai lunl
iriliire of t lie incut the .sol'liers were
fetl in the war. The volunteers who
went to the liehl of M-rviec ill I'olto
Itieo no hesitancy ill tcilin;r the
nature of the foot I the .'ini'inuieiit
xjiecteii !i!"iu in c:il.
;v. ITi i-K t l I , in a recent speed;,
saiil; 'Ihele is no honesty in the
cry that an army of Iihi.uiiii men will
lie ii menace to our lilierty. Tlieonly
menace 1 1 1 I he to the ilisolilcrl V.
ami t he police w ill I ake cu e of t iiem.
1'reciscl v. "' s:l s t he Spri irjrliel'l lle
isier. anil then iii'tiires. why have an
army of I m immi men. to cost us -Yl. "('.
!. ('"J a year ami menace the lilfr
ties of other people'.'
Tut. Women's Home Improvement
cluli. of New York ";ty. lias lieen in
corporate"! fort I olueation ami in
struction of mairicil women in the
art of making their homes comforta
lile and happy, to the end that they,
tin- said homes, may lie :tt tractive to
their litili.tnds and contl nci e t o t he
health ami future prospects of t heir
children. " lis admirable olijccts
Ix'tits tiny woman's suffrage orj;ani--atioii
that a ev er conceived.
Tin: i;vcrniiie!ii contemplates the
establishment of a lar;re navy yard at
Manila. Srcli an instit utio'i. as the
Keokuk 'oust ttut ion-1 K-mocrat com
ments, is not at all needed there. A
little rcliltiii"; at t'avile would ic a'l
that is utedi'd. 'I!iere all tiic repair
ing tieetfssary f"l" our Asiatic I'eet
could l-e done. If an extensive ship
building plant should be built, costly
tot tilicatious w iu!d have to be built
to defend it. A coiling station of
proper proportions is t he inot urgent
need of l he Americriu navy at Manila,
and the onlv need of this government
in the Philippines, it mav lie added.
It is announced that Senator Mi'
Milan's pno.sition for the enlarge
ment of the I'istrict of Columbia wi.I
l-e Miliinitted t: the next general a
scMibly of Virginia. Senator McMil
lan hopes to -re i Virginia to cede back
to the United States a part of the
land on i lie other side of the Poton:ac.
ir.i-hnli;! Arlington, which the I nited
States rctroccdcd to Virginia in 1M',
and which frir to that time had been
f the Globe for
mruMTA.... - ...7
GERMAN MEDICAL HWS.
a P"n ama vj eminent pbyiicianjr
I k " - a nviior. I
k AlL Bl. ktfVl I A I A P..rl a
lT-Bw,nfnAmarK T 1 Ir A ..
II 31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Brat,Q Hgbms. Ova Glauworkti
Naihail Ksher. l?t iud
T H Tbrmn lto -Jrd ave-
k.Johil Benrsioo. ITtO ltd ivr
kovk is.ana, lil
I " INniOU" HTO.MACHAr, bet for
fuibrcd in the district. Oriinilly
th tl'irtriet consisted of 1' siiare
miles of lei-rittirv. made up of cessions
from Virginia and Maryland. The
Vir"inia cession included the city of
Alexandria and the Mary html cession
the citv of Georgetown. It is not
probable, accoplinjj to the Richmond
I)isnttch. that in the Virginia legisla
ture Senator McMillan's proxjsitiou
will get lunch further than the intru
duci ion stage.
The l:-f f Seandal t hitreeit.
The lecf iiiiuiry board left for
Omaha last night and will return to
Chicago next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Muring it week's session in Chicago
the commission, according to the
Times-Herald, which has the credit of
l;i:ig near to the situation, deter
mined the following points in the
I. I hat Chicago nacKers ;! not
chemicalize or embalm armv or other
J nnt den. l-iirnn, la'.c coiuinis-
sarv I". S. A., is responsible for th
cosllv e perimental use of caniicil
rotst or lioiled beef in the armv
That Chicago packers tiid not in-
llueiice the coiuiiiissary department in
its selection of canned or refrigerated
1. That the commissnrv
ment iiiider ien. Ilagan was bad!
iia!illel, the troops cither insti llicieiit-
ly fed or furnished unwholesome loot I
ami that iTcat sullering anl disease
was caused thereby. And the 'l imes
The linal report of the com mission
will not commend bell. Miles for m
iinlicii.iis talking." but his criticism
of t he com missarv will not bo found
w ithout foundation.'
f.vidciitiv the startling and con
vincing evidence that was submitted
to the court vestcrdav bv volunteers
in the war with Spain as to the
stringv. maggot-infected beef fur
nihed the soldiers for food, and the
fact that eheiiiicail v treated canned
roast lcef was found in cans of well
known packers is, according to the
surmise of the mouthpiece of the ad
ministration, not to be taken into
consideration, but we do not believe
this of a disinterested commission of
regular army ollicers.
The defence principally seems to
Ik- that a verdict for Miles a truthful
verdict would hurt the lx-ef bui
liesS. Would touch the pockets of t he
licet comiiiiie. 1 hat s the oils.ness
side. If iM. condemned and unlit
oeef was furnished the b vs ill blue
by c'ti.en of the I'nited Slates, who
for prolit sacrilicctl or jeopardized the
life ami health of tiie soldiers, then
such citizens should be banished from
the soil. That's the oilier side, and
ii. is the side the great mass of the
pirple want to know about.
Zleafnp,, I'nurot he Cured
by local application, a they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is onlv one wav to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
intlamcd condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tule. When
this tube gets iul'amed you have a
rumbling sound or imjK'rfect hearing,
and when it is cut irely closed deafness
is the result, and unless the iullam
iii.it i i 1 1 can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inll inieii con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars
for any cast; of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot lie enrol by
Haii's Catarrh cure. Send for circu
F. .1. Chunky A: Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold bv druggists, 7." cents.
(iive the Children a Drink
Called (irain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers and liked by all who have
Used it because when properly pre
pared i! tastes like the finest coffee,
nut it is free from ail its injurious
properties. (irain-O aids digestion
and strengthen the nerves. It is not
a stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great bcnelit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffee. 10 and
;iven tip ly Foar IliH tnr".
Heaver Dam. Ohio. Aug. '11, ISO.j.
- My daughter, after being treated by
four doctors, and being given up for
lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's
Kidney Cure. Today she is able to
walk several miles without fatigue.
I fee! we would have lost her if it was
lot for your medicine. Respectfully.
Mi:s. J. M. Uailey.
Hard Coal. Coke and Wood.
Indiana block for furnaces, cannel
for grates. Cable and Athens lump
and nut for stoves.
E. 15. McKown.
As the season of the year when
pneumonia, lagrippe, sore throat,
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded
against, nothing "is a line substitute"
will answer the purpose." or is
just as good" as One Minute Cough
Cure. That is the one infallible
remedy for all lung, throat or bron
chial "troubles. Insist vigorously
ujKn having it if 'something else" is
offered you. For sale by T. II.
Thoiuas.A. J. Keiss and AL F. Bahn
F.verybody who fears headache,
grip or tipt-ickn'i should know
( rangcine.' '
Have you ever tried T. & T."
brand of'coffee? It has a richness of
flavor possessed Iir no other brand
Your grower sells "it onlv in sealed
o-i-Bm lor Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit core, mm si
n3 aires-, biood pvj- eitt u. Ail drgiat
Foster, March 1. Miss Anna Hes
ser returned home from Nichols. Iowa,
Miss Laura (Jillett is visiting with
her aunt, Mrs. IJ. Drury, of Ferdi
nand. Miss Uc-rthn Reynolds visited her
E. Thompson, of Joy, 111.
The iufant daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Huinie lleviiolds has leeu
sick for several days.
Several of our neighbors attended
the oyster supjK-r at William Krue
ger's iat Thursday night.
Tin- Imp at Henry II impton's last
Saturday night was not very well at
tended owing to the indeuiencv of
Daniel Reynolds, another tdd set
tler, has lieen in a critical condition
at his home, but is reported some
what better at this writing.
Jacob Frevermuth. Sr.. a long-time
resident of this township, is lying
verv low at the home of his son,
( ienige Freyeriiiut h. Mr. Fryermuth
is now in his H'.'lh vear.
NOTHING BUT FACTS.
No Deception Used in Talking
About Morrow's Kid-ne-oids.
The Arguments In Their Favor Comes
I'ruiu IVte Who Have Tested
There is no deception in anything
we publish about Morrow's Kid-ne-old.
All our statements are facts,
and are from people right here in
Kock Island. People in all walks of
life are iis'ng ami recommending Kid-ne-oids
because they cure backache,
nervousness, sleeplessness and gener
al debility in cases where other reme
dies have failed.
Mrs. lirown, 211 Fourth avenue,
this city, says: "I have been suffer
ing for the past li years, and have
tried every remedy and preparation I
ever heard of to stop my suffering,
but was never successful. Kidney
complaint is a diliicult malady to
master, as every one suffering from
it will tell you; most of them have
constant pain, sometimes very severe,
and sometimes almost free from it.
but it never leaves one entirely. I
had severe catches or a stitch in my
back; these stitches render one al
most helpless for the time being. 1
procured some Kid-ne-oids at M. F.
l'ahnsen's drug store, and they helped
me within a week, even at inv age.
and the years I have had it.'
Mrs. Urown's daughter says: "Xoth
ing mother ever to k gave her such
jutck and permanent relief, ami we
are glad to recommend Kid-ne-oids to
Kid-nc-oids are put up in wooden
boxes, which contain enough for about
two weeks' treatment and sell at ;0
cents at M. F. Hahnscn's drug store.
A descriptive booklet will be mailed
upon reijuest by John Morrow & Co.,
chemists, Springfield. Ohio.
Notice i tiereiiv nivcri. that on Tuesday, ibe
foiii Hi tlat of April. A.I). I St n. in tli-ci.vof
Rock Island. Ill . an election will be held for
Hie toliotiiiiiT onlecrs. to wit:
ci r r nu n tus.
One m ir for two years.
'i city clerk for two years.
( luc city at uirney for two years.
(Jin ei'.v treasurer tor two years.
One a tie rm aa in t -itr First ward for two
One li.tlcrnian l.'i the Seeottd ward for two
Dae alder ami in the Third want for two
ooe alderman m the Kourtu ;irc. for two
Ol.c alderman in Iht; Firth ward for tv
t ne a Herman ia the Sisib wanl for fxo
tine aaienuati in the Seventh w ard for two
T' ilt'S olHi KHS.
Tko assistant surervisors fur two years,
t ii.e assessor f.r one vear.
line coiA-eiiir Tor one year.
Which eler-t ion will open at 7 o'clock in the
iniirtimi: and cent iuue open until 5 o clock m
liiv.' k l i eraetin el (bat day.
l'lai es of ret'istration and volini; will he as
l-irsi Ward Precinct I. No. 4n;t Fourth ave-
r'.rst VVa rd - Precinct Nn .Vd l'i .'Hi street.
Sei'.iiiil Ward Precinct '.. No. lull Third
secotd Wanl IVeeinet 2. (ieor'e Stoild s
Tuird Ward-lYecinet I. No. 1:51 1 Tbid ave-
Tliinl Ward-rrecicct '. No. 1 114 Seventh
Fourth Ward Precincl 1. P'miek's liverr
ai'le. 1'liint a euue. 1'etween Nineteenth aad
Fourth Wiird Precinct 2. brick building rear
No. T"J Twentieth si reel.
Filth Wa d I'l eeinct 1. liose bousa on Twen
1-ntn ard Precinct 2. Sclraiidt s crocerv
on Tweutie.h striet.
Sixth vv ard Precinct 1. t.v.10 Fifth avenue.
sl3l!l Ward- trecinct ' Twentv-ninrh street
ch:iel. Sever.' h uvecue and Twenty-ninth
Seventh Ward Precinct I. street car barn,
fceventb VVard-Preeiotti -z. old No. i school.
A. D. Hcf.siN... f,i ion Town Clerk.
Hock Island. 111.. Marcu n, A. U. iw.
Bocklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuru,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tins, and positively cures piles or nc
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give jerfett satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Hartz & LTlemever.
Bear tie ItJB Kir.rJ VrHawwars Bcttt
In all 1: ta's Uiere
' Ei- 0.XT E,
chnuld be deal:. tries s.
'my mm J
Elj'g Cream Bilm
clean -H.fot i.fs anU
the dsci-ed rxhriiic.
It enrcs catarrh ai drivcj
away a cold ia the Lead
Cream Balm is placed into the nostra a, preada
OTer the rr.rmbrai.e and ia alworbed. Relief ia ira
mediate and a cure fo.low. I: is not drying doe
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 5d cents at Drog-
gisu or by mail ; Trial Sixe, 10 cenu by mall.
tLT EKOTiLtlCS, oo arren Street. ew Tork.
out of order.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
is the "PEERLESS REMEDY forI
curing ailments of the Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, Diabetes, RJKumAtism &
&nd Bright's Disease.
SI.OO PER BOTTLE.
FOB SALE BT
M. F. lialinsen and T. H. Thomas.
Fi WEST EQSpy.EPJT.
Besi Dining Car Service.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smth's Studio.
In order to nure thoroughly
dull finish or
tve hare de-
ciu';d to reence the price,
making it a object to all.
Call early, eri"iine work and
place your trdcr. All work
guaranteed .o be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Rooms oppo.t Uproar House.
MOTT'S PESfJjROYAL FILLS
Tiler ovtrcjmr lvrafcnctw. irroiru-
erVV i:tni mil o;i:i.'it.ii,in icom; t.ui
ana Linkh luP: t-f flC'litritH-
miA iflnpmcnt of urL'an nnil body. Si
v"""'fV . known rt nt-iv ir women equhlj
Ja JbTv - .. ..... M- i .. . Ik-.-,, .llf. I.e.
rtmt n Liaiin-. " 1 f" 1S
hv mall. Ne1sl Uy dru-nrlj
I'or sale by M.
0p3 JT 3J ?333 r!3K
J -'v n iMwfij JiL A "Wis.
r. naon.s'.'a. uruugi.-.u i Wr
i You need one today, and a! the time. The muddy water
h may be till of sickness.
ri Take no chances bt have one put in at once. fid &
LSjHV3-9 s. g
1 112-114 West Seventeenth Street.
..V.LMJ.rSnaVOJJr1iLVl II U',,"TlgltflinilI. -
SEEDS WAT GROW!
Whether you are galcning for the market, or only in a small
way for your own pdit or pleasure, you cannot afford to waste
the time necessary I preparing the soil, by using seeds that are
not the very best yu can buy.
The Best Sccdsfnsurc the Best Results.
We are positive tU we are supplying the very lrftst seeds there
are none letter. l'hey are Fresh, Pure and Reliable. You will
be pleased with le results if you use them.
louis hanssen's sons.
Wholesale and Retil Dealers in
JOHlf M. PABIDOIC.
Shop 419 Seven tnth St.
AMUS EM EN TS.
Stevb F. Mh.i.er.
Solo 1sj.ec and Manager.
TWO MIGHTS AMD MATIMEE,
. . . ComrnencinK . . .
MARCH 18 and 19.
A (ienuine Noreltrat liat. A llroml Sfw
s.edisii loalert Comedy Drama.
Wiih t,it jolly Ilcr and ari-'Hy
.FAMES T. McALPIN
in the titlo ri'le supported by au ex
celien coinpaiiv or dramatic aid
sceeialiy anisis. 1 ln reivniLi.' nov
el! v of the season, 'i'be tamous
C'ASA. l.KAKK i. ITA1-IA
IhifSKt from i;.ni- Italv. Tiii" nly
:m is hr.ssv h;i:nl tu i lit u or tl. S v .
l-n lit t It :iri iv is w ln'-- a-''s ruiiK
Ir.Hu i I ; t;ii'. umI 1'U'ft-s
liUl" ttl-t t'UVUN -ttTUIIS.
1'itICKS M ATIN KF. ,A'V!,'re" Uf
NldilT IKIt:s. l.'e. i".e. and .Vv.
;n.Ni)snti:i:TrAUA)E at noox.
Sale of seats at Kleutr's jcvelry store
Ijlrection of Steve F. Miixeu
OXE KlIiHT ONLV.
Monday Evening. March
JOHN W. VOGEL'S
A fro-A ruertcan
And the Historical Spectacle
. . . DARKEST AMERICA . ,
A Mighty Union of the World's Great
(;i;.Nin:a: moke ixteukstixu: laimjeh:
KK The Peerless I.tt She. The Kxcit-
inir lloat R:i"e. I he Wahbil s Foot
Saloim. The So el ake Walk. The
Voodoo Dancers, etc.
MASSIVE-SI! 'l-Ai 1 5 OM i M.I .T 1 -lll:.K
Ulienaull. wonderful Tenor,
-'iitiiaiii ( ii y tna-tci. Snperii N'c-'ro
Meloilies. ( iperutic t "horuses. ei c Sil
erCitnet Hand. IXmiiie t irchest ra.
Itiiiitl Concert 1 I ::SO a. m., i, in,
I'rico. ."ii.". ::rc and "n'.
Sale of seats opens Saturday. March IS. M
liieuer s jewelry store.
The onlv Cement that is not effected
bv heat or moisture.
Otto Crotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A J. Riess, 22"J Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and fi-Sth St
Otto Rudert, 5th Ave. and Elm St
f 2i3-'i5 West Second street.
4 DAVENTOIIT, IOWA.
HKlfHT A. PABIDOM
IWe Have Throuerh
HU IIUIU llliuull luuiiuiiiiuui muitiuuu
and successful efforts lieen able to go forwarl nrcr nllowinjr fty
Jti oui selves to l;tg neither in quality nor price. The result i tluit Wtf
50 each succcetlinj; tl.iv has placed "us in :t U-tler hape to sell tho
Wi luit irmuld t l.m-ot ,I-iea IHKlitll TIlC lil:IT:il I1H t foil!! r
rJ ... .....vow ...vv.
f we are receiving tells the story
No. 1 shore luactcrcl, per
Apple butter and jelly, :
pounds ". . . . 9c
Buttermilk soap, .' bars in
rffV lloucy drip syrup. per gal-
jm i! ;uc
ijtt Sorghum, per gallon 85c
&5a Splendid baking powder.
Ufy per pound 0e
Sliced pineapple, per can. . . 10c
2 ('rated pine:iple, o-pound
&i can 10c
LA 2 cans of yellow tabic
peaches " -.
'2 pounds of aiichot is i.r,
('ASM (il.O( I'.ltS, o-2l
Drink at the Fountain of Health
and he made well
The most successful
and the most scientific
OF IH) 111
Our Electrte Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-iCay woik.
His reputation for years It Oavcnnnrt u-horehn h:iiiiriiihiiii,iri..Unfh........ ..i..- ..u
as hopeless by others. Droves uoneliisit elv i l. n
CONSULTATION' Fit EE PKOMIT AND PEIiMANEXT CUKES.
CVTAURII, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula. Syphilis, Blood,
Ktunev, i.iver una sjkIu Lhseases can he
system of medicine.
suffering from Diseases of
11 inni'ii. .b ni. ii iiiii oi iiit" tit
MIOUKI call on Hie itrt'lll Shti;i list ami L'el
1.I.M lll HI Mcicntllleailv aiMineil:
Drains. Nij-'hl Iosses. Defective Meiuorv.
Iieliisions. tlecDiessnets i.nst, Ma-,liinl.
v jnii-r.i;r. is tne most acLive
months with others when we trnarantee you
methods. Hydrocele cured in three days
Remember it Pays to
OUH CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE TIIE 1JKST. Tim r......
erous acUnowledcements we have received from the new spapers for our r.-uiai kalile cures
In boih medicid and suririeal cases Ls proof conclusive hat our advanced iucMhkIm euro
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, hut eo mult us at oue nnd
reKam your lost health. There Is a staire in every tlisease that can lit cured Have
you passed that sta?e? If not. do not experiment anvl O'urer. but consult us at once Kur
tbeniiore, we offer l. 000 to any one proving our credentials false. We maUe It an ohicirt
to investigate ours. No other specialist oilers such a fair proposition. UNI.Y CIJKAUIU
CASKS TKEN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot cull, write, liua
dreds cured by mail. Houra V to ia; 2 to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30.
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Brings Bargains, t
We are now busy getting in our spring Sf
stock. There are many snap bargains in
our stock upou which prices have been 1?
p'aced that will merit your attention. The u
receipt of new goods make the old ones E
move and we have put prices on them that
will make them go lively.
tSHOF SNAPS IN
Come quickly and you will do your
pocket book a favor.
WRIGHT & BARBER
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island, HI.
Incorporated Under the
SI05EYLOA5ED03 PZ2S-Q5AL COLLATES OS REAL E3TATE 2E0UBITI
1. M. Buford. president,
John CrubauKh. Vice Presided
P. Creeoawait, CaiH.er.
Becan buslnew July 2, l, and oeetipy the
. t. corner ol Mttcheu a. i-yuue
.. i e j
why wo can sell.
1 sack Pillsbury Hour 1.10
Finest French soaps, bars
in box '2?,c
IS lbs granul:tttl sugar. . .$1.00
1 sack l'ritlc of Owatonua
Hour .... l.lo
1 sack White Star tlour . ... 110
4 lbs SantoslVaherry coffee- 1.00
t'ood rice and raisins, per lb 5c
Seeded raisins, per package lOo
Yeast foam. er package . . :e
Rising Sun stove polish. . . (!c
Enamiline stove polish. . . -c
Hox, large size. Itest hoi
I'eas per can. . IS and .... io
Coldeil UiticolTee. per lb. : . 15,.
Twentieth St. Thone 10'JO.
DR. J. K WAI.S1I.
T.ate of Chiiat:o. former
ly f"iirj.reon in-t hief of .St.
Al.tlmi y 8 liosi'.ul.
l.i-sei.-m hi.. .- ..i r.. ' '.
quickly and permanently cured by our advance
the Womb. Ovaries, Bladder. Kidnevs.
art, i ivspcpsia. or any ii seas'
I)ysieisia. or any d'sc.tst. pe -nliar to sex
an illlllll.iu on their e:is,. 1... ..r ..l. ......
Nervous Debility. I'ilc.s. Kvliiiislic
Threat ?netl Insanlv. Loss or Will 1'ower Ment
Wt - akiu - ss of M.-n. .m,.
cause ol iVerviiua I)i! i ilv. Wht t -....t
a permanent cure in seven daysby our'oalnli- ,s
Consult the Best First.
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tliLULUli CLILULNG. DAVEXPOHL Ii
Wc Are Busy
AU the Time'
Now is the time to have your
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to ee you. Scarcely
any annoyance and bo fpuiekrjr
ADAMS WAL4 PAPER CO..
310, SI 2. S14 TWENTIETH ST
Four Per Cent Paid
If. 8. Cable, Wro WUmertoo
John Cruuaugb, I'h'l Mitcnell,
H. V. Hull. L. Simon.
K. S. Hunt, J M. HuforA
SoUcltora Jacaaoo Hunt.