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THB AESUS, TUESDAY, APRIL, 4, 1509.
v Steam laundry.
AT HOCK ISLAXD.gr
TANTKD &IRL. FOR (iESERAL HOUSE-
all at 'SE First avenue.
1XTA STKO A V
v Mrs. T.
A. Murp7. 5o7 tlm ttreet.
WANTKT HOARDERS. CHOICE BOOMS
and board at 2i Fourth avenue.
GIRT.. FOR GENERAL
Call at 701 Fourth aveoue.
" V A NTF.D A GOOIJGIKL FOU GENERAL
V fcousework. at Wi beventeenth street.
WANTKH A HOCS EM AID APPLY TO
Mrs. Curl is. 11:27 fcecond avenue, Good
TI7A XTED -GIRLS. I ATF.I.Y.
31 in Fifth avenue. Kock L-JanU. C.
v v 1: ouse w ork.
to Mrs. J. It. ilol-
"IITANTKIV GOOD H APD WORKING V. OM
vv sin for kitchen ivnrk &nd wa--hioi. Ap
ply at Koclc I -hind Cluu.
1 TA NTF.D A
GTRL FOR G F.N Fit A I..
Good references requircx
Ajir.ly to Seventeenth street.
"YrANTK fOI'R GOOD CARPENTERS
ww ;i once: Mejwiv emlyi em. Apply to
C-.-rire liiek. V.M Thirty-eiKhth street.
SOME BASEBALL BRIEFS.
BiS Danct In Preparation for Next Satar.
Armorv and Turner halls have been
secured for the masquerade to be
civen Saturday nieht to swell the
baseball club s fund. Tickets will be
sold at 50 cents for gentlemen and 25
cents for ladies. Prizes will be offer
ed, and the most largely attended
terpsichorean event of the season is
Walter Wilniot, manager of the
Ordered at Half
x'resiaent xvicj-imev nas issued an
executive order that the national fla
be displayed at half mast on all public
buildings, torts, camps ana govern
ment vessels Thursday at 2 p. m
On that day the remains of man
officers and privates brought from
Cuba and Porto Rico, are to be buried
at Arlington. The president orders
that upon the arrival of the cortejre
Minneapolis team, has written Secre-1 at the national cemetery all prope
NEW TIME CARD TALKED OF. J(giMSr5TX3(i
"YT A NTED PTTPILS WISHING TO TAKE
w w private lessor. in dancmir can do so oj
enquiring at &10 Fifth avenue. Jones. -
WfANTKD -I"OKITirN AS FI3ST-CLA
w w horte-shoer or jrenend tJ.icksrt.iihi;ii
Address s,am Amhro-e. '.JS First avenue.
T A N r EI PI SITION
v v class horseshoer:
Aildress Sum Ambrose.
BY A FIU
Z T enlletn tlree
tTTANTED-PLACE IN STORK OR
ww kirwl of iiL'bt work, hi irood boy of 1
vlmls w illing to work.
or address K;
"llr" ANTED - COTTAGE OF FOrrt OR FIV
tf fiMimt to ent bv cci.ilrnjan ;id wif
no children Address John rears,
Due. West Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
& C ave
"11TANTED-TO KENT IIOT'SE OR FLAT
of rive or rooms. iicrmaner:tlv. Stat
rent and liK-ation. and wticn it can be bad.
Address -II A It'.l's ottlee.
v v eleciricitv.
IIORSE3 TO CLM liY
st the Metropolitan horsi:
turner Third and -oek Island
e Shade. Davenport. Iowa.
- IT A NTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v T Island to tave ordr-rs for the celebrated
Mnirer sewinjf machine A No. 1 contract
(riven to ritrht partl-s. Call on or address tt
Slntrer Mai.ufacturlntr company, 417 Harrison
street. Davenport. Iowa.
H'ANTriMTI'ir.s'lV FREEHAND A
T v mechanical drawing. lVn anil ink
riima paiutinu and new metlKxI of water col
rs. I hi dren'M class Saturtlav afternoons.
wiih first lesson and material free. Class in
tin- eveniiiif. Ijsmiiw So cents. MLss 1'la.t.
studio fioti Eik'bteenth street.
TjVR RENT DOPMLK STORE lit"! LI
JL at lfIVf,i7 Setond avenue. Iii'iuii
lienry I arse.
TTR RENT LARGE FFRNISHED FRONT
J- room- sicnni beat, iias aLd bath. Eli'iuire
a". LTI Fifth avenue.
TPI RENT NEW
J was forriieriv t tj-
MIx:R RfHM. WHAT
Standard club roon.s.
Hh befn lltted uf with new uml complete
IikIu'C room furniture and nztures, and ts
open and realy for lnsptrrtlon. Cheap rent;
team neat. Apply oi fercu & Alain.
TiOR SALE A LOT LfM'ATED IN THE
.1 rwst block on Third avenue. Apply of
T7IOR SALE TWO GOOD HUILDINO IXTS.
J- soxiso feet, near G., K. I I depot,
XJR S ALE TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
JL avenue, one t'.M0. the other l.lim; paving
paid lor. inquire at llioituro avenue.
UKSAIX-linrSKAT 7iS TWENTIETH
street: 1 rotms: rutist ! moved tit once
Al: ly to A. D. Spcrry. Iclephons 11:10.
fi'OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRTTIT
JL. AU kinds of fruit:
Kood buildinm; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon
Gordon & liowmaa.
SALE SMALL .toil OFFICE OOlt-
ri s. ct, tter. tvrc. -tc : will sacrifice
otinl of ileal h. cimmI triide. eood lica
a: is Guldt n.'.opf. CXiibiril ateuue.
1X)R SALE AT A
farm near town. lots of fruit. To be
Bold cheap to settle an estate, llore Is a bar
cheap for cash. Iso trade. Gordon
LIOR BALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
L of V) fcunheis or over at 12 S) per sort, do
live re J c. O. D. t.) any part of the city. Leave
o -Cera at ComTeninl house barbershop. Book
Island, or Enoe J atnes, Milan.
IjHJR SAI.K CHEAP IJOTS IN MMAS
tcr's addition, old baseball rrouniis. These
lots wtil he sold from fko upward; small
amount down, balance on long time at 6 per
cent. Ke.dy U.-oa., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
IR SALE LOT ssOI'THEAST CORNER
Ninth avenue and Tuinl v-t hinl street:
tils, ot soutlirai ft rner Ninth axenue and
Ti i-nly-M'omil s'reet; tertis to suit buyer
Address T. J. llalplu. 5u Mam street, 1st.
T7OR SALE A N" AT OFFICE CAMINET
JL with about 0 different sliden. suitable for
P'tri; letral blanks r any description of papers
In Oat form to be kept in shape for wrung.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just th.
tsing for any office with oontraeta. etc., to
urn. Aaurcw ri. a i., caro oi 1 us AKoilL
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known . remedy,
Strup of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fio .Svkip Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting1
them in the form most refrcshinf- to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strcnjrtheninfr laxa
tive, cleansin? the system effectually,
dispelling' colds, headaches anil fevers
pently yet promptly and enabling one
- overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting "on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fig Svr.cr
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
rememlHTthe full name of thet'ompany
printed on the front of every psickage.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOXnaVTLLE. KT. NEW YORK. N. Y.
For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle
tary Eddy that the date of reporting
in bis club bas been changed to April
10, by which time it is hoped the
borne ground will be in lit condition
to be used for practice, in which
event it will not be necessary to take
his pkvyers elsewhere to do their pre
liminary work. The Minneapolis
team had thought of eormnjr to Kock
Island to practice.
Manager Harry Sage has signed
Earl Lewis, an outfielder, of New Or
leans, who was recommended by Bob
Iiothermel. The services of Lewis
have been secured in order to le pre-
wired for a possible vacancy in the
liloomington' uniform will le white
with jrreen stockings, belt and shirt
Ed Deady, who will csptain Quincv,
has reported for duty.
1 he Kock. Island players are to re-
port the 18th.
THE BODY DID NOT COME.
How to be
Fix up a nice home, select the
girl of your choice, set a nice
Lili.'e and always be pleasant
and courteous and buy your
from KUELL & MATH. This
receipt is guaranteed in every
instance or money refunded".
A desert lit for a queen can
Ik- enjoyed from our delicious
bakcrv -roods. Our
ies, Loaf Cakes,
ancy Cakes, Macaroon?,
ure snd Healthful Bread.
Rolls and Cream Pies
are relished bv the most
jaded palate. We cater to
the most fastidious that ap.
preciate line liukery (iomls
and Bread StutTs.
RELL & MATH,
hone 1156. 17KM71S Second Ave.
Make vonr partv or dinner a success by
havin ItKll K ICE CREAM for
desert. Wc deliver it
YOCMi. Itl.ACK. WATER
coir. I lease return to fn. in..
1 1nn! avenue and 1 wcniy-fourth street, and
1 UST-AN OPEN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
airn in ine vieinitv or i wenty-third St.
arsmt two weeks scm F;ndcr return to Au
to office and receue reward.
AIOXEY TO LOAN CHATTEL
.'m. rate loans bv W. H. Eastman
"I 1 ELI
Jl A- bandages
ond avenue, w itbo'ut publicity or removal, lie
auo makes collectiona bard ones a specialty.
WANTED LADIFS TO MAKE
KL hnm for 1 mr
bouse. Kjim l!0 weeklr. Knel. a.i. i
Si.ao.ped envelope lor reply. Idarabail X Co.
lruokiyn. N. Y. '
riHE MKTZ FOOT KELI EF Ct'RE Cl'AR
. ;nt""'1 .'"r PoP'rinK. burning, acbins
ami swol.cn feet, sent oo reeeipt of r-i cents.
Sample .. cents. Met Manutaetmir ......
1 ar.v. b r uitoa street. Ne w York Cit v
AlliS M. Mi-GF.F. INDEPENDENT SIATE
- 1 r'l"r- elurvoysnt snd businesn me
dium. All matter f marriatfe. divorce
separation-., family troubles, law. luck etc.
snissmc persona or papers: kl or stolen artl
elcs. The only slate w nun medium icm of
tUto. Hi Hfteenta street.
rA NTED TO LOAN MONEY nsi ni A
moods, watcbes. lewelrv. tini.M
Instruments. bicveiM. rintki.. a
rr " --' xiuc cMn nrleea
paid for seoond band roods of all kinds also.
1 be above foods for sale at half the usual
store pneea. All business transactions strictlv
confidential. His new number and location
13 Second avenue. Don force! Ik J w'
Jones. Tworio VB1347.
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 k no w good cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
Remains of Alfred Oberg Still ona Foreign
I he remains of 1'rivate Oberg were
not among the bodies that were
brought from Cuba and Porto Ilico on
the transport Crook. He was buried
by his comrades of Company Fk Mo
line, July Jo. at ouanica. the rov-
crnmeut failed to lind the remaius.
and has so notified his sister, Mrs
Annie Peterson, 1408 Fourth avenue.
Moline. Another attempt to locate
them will be made. Capt. F. J. Clen
denin is of the opinion that those who
were instructed to lind the remains of
the dead did not go to Guaniea. He
thinks they will ro there on their
Notice is hereby given that the car
penter tirm of lonn & llaminerquist
composed of C. II. Tonn and (Jus
llammerquist, has been dissolved, and
that the undersigned will not le re
sponsible tor any debts contracted
by Mr. llammerquist. Ihe under
signed will continue the business at
Ibb rilth street, and solicits a con
tinuance of the public patronage.
C II. IOXN,
Kock Island, April 3, lst)J.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Kock Island Sav
ings bank for the election of nine di
rectors for ono year, will be held at
the office of said bank, in Kock Island,
Monday, April It). ISO'.). Foils will
be open at 10 o clock a. m., and closed
at 12 noon of said day.
P. Greenawalt. Cashier.
Rock Island, April 1, 1'JJ.
military and naval btmors be paid
the dead heroes; that the customary
salutes ot mourning oe urea at the
cemctry and all.deparlments of the
government at Washington be closed
at noon that day. He pays a glow
injr tribute to the volunteer soldiers
and sailors who put behind their pri
vate interests and went freely from
every quarter of the country to do
battle on foreign shores for thei
country's honor under their country
This beautiful tribute to the sol
diers who yielded up their lives in tl
service of their country in the Spanish
ami Philippine wars will be genera
throughout the country, for the pub
lie will cooperate with the governmen
in thi3 memorial to those who have
joined the eternal bivouac. At noon
every llatr on a iroverninent buildinr
fort or arsenal in the United States
as also in the Indies and far east, will
be placed at half mast, and the sta
and municipal governments should
do the same. It is the tribute of a
srreat nation to brave men, and shoult
le as jreneral as it is possible to make
At the annual parish meeting of
Triuitv church last uiirht the follow-
injr vestrv was elected:
Senior Warden B. F. Hall.
Junior Warden Lucian Adams.
Vestrymen A. E. Lyford. A. De-
Solaud. George Bennett, H. S. Boll
man. K. Crampton, W. L. Evster,
ratislactory linanciai reports were
made. The vestrv will meet to orr:tn
ize ihtirsdav evening.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura
ble. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failintr to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
science lias proven catarrh to lie a
I constitutional disease, and, therefore,
requires constitutional treatment.
I bill's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfull.
It acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the svstem. They
otter flOO for any case it fails to cure,
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Cheney)!: Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
The Verne Swain was in and out.
The Ruth came down and returned
The stage of water at the bridge at
6 a. m. was 2 and at noon it was 1.95.
The temperature at noon was 48.
lr. J. H. McLean's strengthen!
cordial and blood purifier is admirably
adapted to make '-a little health go a
long wav. Its curative powers is
largely attributed to its stimulating.
nutritive and tonic properties, by
which the energy oi the system is re
cruited. It is pleasant to the taste.
easily born on the .stomach, and harm
less under prolonged use. Price 50
cents and f 1 a bottle. For sale by
M. F. Bahnsen and T. II. Thomas.
Returns of Tax Aeconuts Made to County
The majority of the township col
lectors have turned over their books
to County Treasurer B- F. Cox. Kock
Island, Moline and bouth Moline are
3-et to be heard from:
Cordova O. J. iiamieu, collector;
charged, $6,609.51; delinquent, $1,
812.90; collected, f 4, 796.61; commis
sion, $95.61; due, 4,700.68.
Port Bvron W. W. Pearsall, collec
tor; charged, $4.8J..93; delinquent.
$19.38; collected. $1,616.55; commis
sion, $92.33; due, $4,524.22.
Zuma (1. W. Walker, collector;
charged, $4,140.41; delinquent, $170
i9; collected, f J,yo'J.c2; commission,
$79.40; due, $3,890.42.
Coc V. W. Morgan, collector;
charged, $8,507.30; delinquent, $617,-
i)t: collected, $, 889.94; commission,
$157.80; due, $7,732.14.
Canoe Creek Matthias Gerhard,
collector; charged, $2,502.77; delin
quent, $329.03; collected, $2,173.i4;
commission, $13.47; due, $2,130.27.
Hampton .John Crouch, collector;
charged, $8,397.33; delinquent, $1,
01b. 49; collected, $,3bU.4; commis
sion, $147.02; due, $7,233.22.
South Kock Island Peter Schlue-
tcr, collector; charged, $7,426.74; de
linquent, $760.56; collected, $6,-
66H.15; commission, $133.32; due, $6,-
Black Hawk W. B. Girton, collec
tor; charged, $8,368.59; delinquent.
$1,898.03; collected, $6,470.56; com
mission. $129.14; due, $6,341.15.
Coal Valley K. A. Hass, collector;
charged, $3,613.90; delinquent,
$307.32: collected, $3,306.66; commis
sion, $66.60; due, $3,210.56.
Rural J. W. Gordon, collector;
charged, $7,939. 94;delinquent, $58.96;
collected, $7,SH0.9S; commission,
$157.62; dne, $7,723.36.
Bowling Henry Hutchinson, collec
tor; charged, $6,914.83; delinquent,
$507.10; collected, $6, 407. 73; commis
sion, $128.13; due, $6,279.60.
Eilgington W. II. Patterson, col
lector; charged, $9,942.80: delinquent
$394.23; collected, $9,518.63; com
mission, $190.97; due, $9,357.66.
Buffalo Prairie Michael Kelly, col
lector: charged, $7,875.07;delin luent
$1, 4 IH.ao; collected, $6,456.62; com
mission, $129.13; due, $6,327.39.
Andalusia J. L. Mounts, collector
charged, $3,637.73; delinquent, $1,
U().5.U: collected. $2,634 03; commis
sion, $52.6: due, $2,581.35.
Drurv William J. Kranz, collec
tor: charged. $7,392.6; delinquent
f.i.vj.24: collected, $f, 433.1 1 ; commis
sion, $128.67; due, $i,S01.77.
Rack Island Considering an Improvement
In Western Service.
A new time card for the Rock Isl
and, to become effective May 15, is
under consideration. It will embrace
several important changes in the op
eration of the trains, all with a view
to improving the service. The chief
purpose of the proposed card is to
give the traveling public a better ser
vice to the far west, and it is under
stood a train will be put on which
will leave here about 7 o'clock in the
evening and reaeh Denver at noon the
- W. G. liesler,- division superinten
dent of the Burlington, accompanied
by Mrs. Besler and little daughter,
spent last night at the Harper.
W. I. Allen, general manager of the
Kock Island, came in from the south
west in his private car last night.
He remained iu the city until this
morning, when his car was attached
to No. 2 for the east.
C. E. Laiuphere, train dispatcher
for the Kock Island, is visiting in Chicago.
Trainmaster J. G. Sickles and C.
L. Nichols, superintendent of the Illi
nois division of the Kock Island, are
in the city.
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. . . .
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen, only 12c
Plenty of good dairy butter, per pound. 5and 7c
Lion or McLaughlin package coffee only
Nice choice Japan tea siftings, per pound. . . .
Fancy rolled oat meal, 10 pounds for
The best quality of salt herrings, per dozen..
Brick codfish, 8c per pound, 2 pound
Nice dried Scotch peas, 2 quarts for
Canned tomatoes, the best, 2 cans for
. . . .OTHER GOODS. ,
A lot of choice calico prints, per yard, only. . ,
A lot of nice towels, each only 5c and
A lot of ladies' and gentlemen's umbrellas.
Household goods and tinware sold cheap.
.1513 and 1515 Second Avenue. It
They Have Resulted in a Steady
Gain of Popularity.
I'eople Who Are Ever Ready to Recom
mend What Has Done Them So
John lulliollaiid, 6 Per Cent
The people of Kock Island feel very
greatful for the great benelit they have
received from the use of Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids, the great remedy for
backache, dizziness, sleeplessness,
nervousness and all disorders arising
from the kidneys. Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
cure where other remedies have
failed, and the people of Kock Island
have not been slow to find this out
and add their testimony that their
friends may know what to use and
Frank O. Caned v, who is stock
clerk at Sechler's carriage works, Mo
line, 111., and resides at 804 Fourth
aveuue, tins city, says; "1 was not
feeling well, as my system had been
out of order for some time. I suf-
red with a sharp pain across my
back and I always felt tired, more so
n the morning when I got up than at
night on going to bed. I went along
this way for some time, and as I hail
read about Morrow's Kid-ne-oids I got
some at Bahnsen s drug store and
took them according to directions. I
was soon relieved and have not ex
perienced the same feeliugs or trouble
since. 1 believe that Kia-ne-oids are
all that is claimed for them, as they
did me a great deal of good in a very
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are yellow
tablets (not pills) put up in wooden
boxes, which contain enough lor about
two weeks' treatment and sell at
cents a box at M. t . Kahnseu s drug
Descriptive booklet mailed upon re
quest by John Morrow & Co., chem
ists, bpringheld, Ohio.
Before the discovery of One Minute
Co.:gh Cure, ministers were greatly
isturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. For sale by T.
H. Thomas, A. J. Iieiss and M. F.
Ordinary household accidents have
o terrors when there's a bottle of
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the med-
cinc chest. Heais burns, cuts,
bruises, sprains. Instant relief. For
sale by Marshall fc Fisher.
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run live years and lcar 6 per cent interest. The bonds have
20 coupons, 10 to pay interest, ami 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 months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM tor the full term of the bond, 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 make a security. Highest
eferences from investors given. For full particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12Mitehell& Lynde Bldg or
305-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street Chicago, 111.
208"-12 Keith-Perry Building Kansas City, Mo
511-13 Century Building St. Louis, Mo.
842-3 Banigan Building Providence, R. I.
Times Change . .
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. We are in the front
ranks and can we be of any service to you!
B. ZIMMER CO.
A lazy liver makes a lazy man.
Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural.
never failing remedy for a lazy liver.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher.
Educate Tear Rowels With Cases rwts.
CandV fat h SI 1 1.- c-n r rAiuttnAtian faMMP.
it i-1- taii. aru; gikts rti una
Tbs Kind Ya Kaw liwn Bcjgtt
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture o
Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia, Pa., when she
found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption had completely curet
her of a backing cough that for many
years bad made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she savsof this royal
cure: "It soon removed the pain in
inv chest and lean now sleep soundly.
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and $1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemevers drug store; cverv bottle
For Thirty Years.
For thirty years Itethesda Mineral
Spring Water has been curing Bright's
disease, dialetes and other forms' of
kidney affections. Thousands testify
to Bethesda'a wonderful curative pow
ers. Do not delay, but be warnei! by
early symptoms of pain in the back
and groin, headache, nervous irrita
bility, and use at once and freely
Bethesda. Sold in scaled half-gallon
bottles. A. M. Jones, President.
Bethesda Mineral Spring company,
A Life for SO Cents.
Many people have been cured of
kidney diseases by taking a 50-cent
bottle of roley a Kidney Cure.
Subscribe for The Abgcs.
you tried 0RANGEINE?'
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Our Display of Spring
is correct in style ard
color. The shapes
are extremely becom
ing and trimmed so
artistically" that you
will be deiighted with
them. Call and get
her prices before pur
Mrs. D. La Frenzl
i Pure and
c9 which are known to have been secured from the very best ?
3 sources are the only kind with which we supply our patrons.
j Farmers and Market Gardnersh
who do not desire to take chances with poor and question-
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nine mucus, can oe accuruu in purcuasiiig muir supply oi seed
from us they are absolutely the best produced in the world. (a
LOUIS HANSSEN'S SONS,
3 - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
3 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in High Class Seeds.
1321 Third avenue.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL fllLS
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tOKirlsat woman h'xl. aid in if de-
rloprarnt of nrp-ans and body. No
knon r-miy fr om8 equals
tit-m. Cannot lo hro life be-
For sale by M- F. liabfisCQ- drutfgit.
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Have you seen our new slock
of Spring carpets, Chinese and
Japanese mattings, and our su
perb assortment of Oriental and
domestic rugs. If not we will treat
you to a display of exquisite color
ings ami designs that will delight
the artistic taste and please the
economical housekeeper whose
means are limited.
pnnnirQ 1802 second
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A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
In suitri the prices range from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $8, $6.50 and
upward. Come in and see oar fine line.
GUS ENGLINt 1SOS