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THE AEeUS, FRTDAT? APBTL 21, 1899.
Eftate of Julia Corken. deceased.
The uDdersitrned bavin Dm appointed -
rculrix of the liulwill aod i.ttnit oi juiia
lYirLrn. late of the count T of Koek Island.
fttale of Illinois, deceased, hereby rlves notice
that she will appear before the county
court of I Cock Island county, at the county
coui t room, in the city of Koou Island, at the
June term, on the first Monday In June
next, at which time all person having
riiirmi mlMt said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
fnir th unit mdiusted.
All Demons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 17th day of April. A. D. 1869.
Julia CoKKi.i. Executrix.
r. . n . . nf npnrr tvi-dorf. deceased.
The undersigned, bavin been appointed
admiiiLstratrix of tbeesta-e or Henry iviruori
i...- ti- .-.mr.tv of lnct Island, state of Ilii
deceased, hereby givea notice that she
in ...,rv.-:ir before the county court of Rock
I stand county, at the county court room, in the
city of KiKk Island, at the July term, on the
t. M.m.lav In July next, at which time
all persons having claims aicainst Ksiid estate
are notilied and requested to attend, for the
punsme or bavin(f toe same ao iimiea.
aii iK'isiins Indebted u s-aid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this l!'lh day of Api il, A. D.
Amn KlKlioKk'. AUuiiiiLsiratriX.
Notice of I'obllcatlon In Chancery.
State of Illinois.
i:.x-k Island County. (
In the circuit court of said county. To the
May term. iwjy. In chan-iery.
Kf.. .1 C("ullen vn John Seadden.
Affidavit of the non-resiUeiiee of the above
r.anicd defendant. John hcaddeu. tiaviox ieen
Med in the circuit court of said county, nonce
Is iherefore hereby Kiven to the saia non
resident defendant that the corutnuiuaot Hied
her bill of eo-wplaint in said court, on the
.-hncerv id thereof, oi the 31st dav of
u. ii ihi tipii t t-kt. ttie'CiiiMin a sum-
Dions ixmied out of said cou.t. wherein said
sun is now oendini.'. returnalile on the first
Morula in the nj.MHh of May next, a is by
law required. Now, unless you. the said non
restdei.t defendant above named, shall -r-
sonally be and appear before said circullcourt.
..n ii.. ict dim of the ni'tt term th-reof.
... .. hoiilcn at. H.m-U Island in and for
the said county, on the brst Monday in
bJuv nni and tilead. answer r demur
to the said coinlla:iiaiil s bi;l of complaint.
the same utiil the matters and thim-'s therein
eharvi-d and slated will be taken aj.eorifes.-a-d.
and a decree enteretl against you according to
the prayer of said bin.
.k-.k'.k W. ;amiii.k. f lerk.
IiMk Island. Ill nois. March 31. A. I. 1-1
O. K. CKAMtK, Complainant s Solicitor.
Sweeney Si Walker, Solicitor.
State of Illinois. I
Iloek Island County.
r"orei-lisure. fieneral No. 4'i.lS.
In the Circuit Court. To the May term A. D.
ItiacU Hawk Homestead I'.n icliuir. Loan ar.d
"avnii-s AHs4M-iaii4ii s. l'err V. Weaver
liiu.'. Marttia J. VVeaverlint'. Thomas Mu.irt.
A mill' ll:.ilev. Alice K Uiilirn. Allen l. lio
lieu. Jum'iiIi Uo'wn. William ;otien. Edward
Cohen. A nine Cobcn. Mas'k'ie Colburn.
To the alsive named defendants. Thomas
Smart and Kdward Uolien and each of them:
Affidavit that yon. the said Thomas Smart,
are a non-resident of the stte of I'bnois. and
that vim, the said Kdwurd Cl.ilien. have koi.c
out of the state of lliioois. so tint summons
i-annot be served uisjii vou. b-ivirii; b-en lilc I
Iniueorrt.-eof the clerk of the Circuit Coi:rt
of said Koelc l-laud county, lli'nois. notice I
herety triven to you. and each of you. teat the
uloe named complaint ant has bcieiof ore tiled
In said court, ilsbillof complaint aifairstyouoD
the chancery side of said isnirt. and th it the
said cause Is still penditur therein a- d undeter
mined. aril that said cause has lien continued
for service utti! the next May term of said
court, to In fun and liolden at the court house
in the cltv of Ko.-k Island, in said county and
slate, bcvlnnlni.' on the first Monday in May A.
It. isw. at which time and place you will ap
pear, plead, answer or demur to said LU1 of
complaint if jounce lit.
Liated at Kock Island. Illinois, Ibis 3lstday of
March A. D. 1?W.
C.Etitu.x W. Gamble, Clerk.
SwEEsr.T & Walk ek.
Solicitors lor complainants.
Jacks n ii Hurst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois. i
T7.uU IslAiiil cotintv. '
In the Circuit Court. In chancery. Fore
closure. Ccncral No. .'I0.
Tne Home Hiiilduiif and Ixan Associitlon
i:."k landvs. KudolpU K beriaiiler and
lierlha K A. tHwilsnder ami Chris llenninic
I j.wi K. Helming, and Fred lleiinintr. nan
tiers, etc.. as C llcnnitiif X Sons, acd tiara
Noticc i lierebv iriven tSal bv v'rtue of a
decree of said court, cilereil in the alsive en
tilled cause, on the Fifth day of April. A. I
sy.. shall. ti Saturday, the Twenty-seventh
l:v of Mav A. I I .'.. at the hour of tw
clock in i tie afternoon, at the cast door ol
t we court house, in the cily of Kock Islanil. In
sid counlv of K'M-k Island, to satisf y sjid d
crec. sell at DUblic vcnibic to the hik'hest hid
iter for cash in hand that certain parcel of land,
siluateiii the cotintv of Kock Island and stale
of Illinois, known and described as follows.
The east one half S of Lot Number Ten
ilm. in III.K-k Number Three i.li. in IMts. nil
tert It'.ts' sccucd addition to the city of Mo-
I la led at Rock Island. Illinois, this Twentieth
day of April. A. U. I r..
K.i.wijc H Pakmkxtkr.
M:ster In Chancery. Kek Islanil County. Iil
Jcss m jc IlL K'r. Complainant's Solicitor
State of Illinois. I
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In the circuit court of sa!d county, to the
May term. A. U.
farl J. Mueller vs. William Fenruson. Simon
liexter. Jessie A. Ikexter. I.ucy A. Matlock.
MarlaC. Uuilon. Carrie Cum-llnics, CeorKe
Affidavit of non-residence of Maria C. Put-
ton. Carle Cumtnins and Icori-'e Matlock.
defendants In the atsiveentitle 1 cause, havuiir
been tilt d in the clerk s office is the circuit court
of said county, totice Is bereny arlven to the
said non-resslent defendants that the com
Dlalnant tiled his bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancerv side thereof, on the
Isth day of Match. A. I lw, and hat thereupon
s summons was issueo out or said court,
wherein said suit is now pendlnir. returnable
t the first Monday In the month of May
next as is by law required.
Now unless you. the sakl non-resident de
fendants above named, shall personally
be and appear before said circuit court
on the Brst day of the next term thereof, to
be bolden at Kock Island In and for the
said county on the first Monday in May
next and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant s bill of eotrplaint. the
same and the makers and tbinirs therein
charred and stated will be taken as confessed,
and the decree entered atfaiust you according
to the prayer of said bill.
CB-BU.E W. fiAM ftr.s, Clerk
Rock Island, Illinois. March IN. syy.
McKsiht A M'-Khiht.
photos of Qables
All Work UaaranteedU
C. E. SMITH,
Opp.site Harper House, Second Ave.
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health.
w -wXCLE EZEKIEL OBEAIi. assessor and
jj tax collector. Beverly. Mae., who Las
passed the 80tU lifo mile stone, says
ur. jjiies Kestorative rt-rvliie Las done
great deal of good. I suffered for years from
sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble.
Would feil weary and used, up In tho morn
ing, Lad no acititiou and taj work seemed a
burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles'
Nervine, and I purchased a bottle tinder
protest as I bad tried so many remedies un
successfully, I thought it no use. Hut it
gave rae restful sleep, a Rood appetito and
restored mo to energetic tcaltn. It i3 a
grand good medicine, and I will gladly write
anyone Inquiring, full particulars of my sat
isfactory experience." C v" "Jf fi sjyji ' i ' ' J
Vr. Miles' Kemedics S -i T)t
are sold l7 all drus-SsNi --T. . 'vTI
gists under a pesitire . ,e? "5;
guarantee, first bottle $. WerVlllO
beneBts or money rc- ih'. Ra3ores
funded. Book on dis- fr' ... C
eases of the heart and J1 ."lJS.
nerves free. Address. LuxJ2j&MiM
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. tiktiart, Ind.
In 'jiialit v ami iltlicinusness is
KRELL & MATH'S
rich ami 'iuiitely flavorcil
THE ICE CKEAM CIKI. i nn
jive expert opinion as to tho
MifHTior tiality of "iir tlcli
c:it' ly I'avoi-fil crcaiii. Ufi ti r
arntinil to our parlor, thoy
will enjoy tri-at' that is
1m. th rcfreshiii"; ami tooth
some. KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
a l ijuar: liwiciv mr din
ner, it serves t persons. v e
deliver it packed on ice.
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 know good cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs-
WOODMEN STATE DEPUTIES.
Program for Their School to lie Held at
The national school of instruction
for deputy head consuls, to be held in
Kansas City during Woodmen head
camp week, will be under the super
vision ol Head Consul jNortucott, aim
he has arranged a "program for the
school of immense educational value,
The school convenes at 11 o'cljck
Monday, Jnne 5. The address of
welcome will lie made by State Deputy
Thornton, of Missouri, and will be
responded to by State Deputy Mur
phy, of Kansas, who is president of
the Male Deputy association. Head
Consul Northcott follows with an ad
dress on -Our Deputy System." Fol
lowing is the program of addresses
and papers for the school: , "How to
Oiiea the Work in .New States." C. D,
Elliott. Washington; "The Eelatiou of
District Deputies toTheir Assistants
W. II. Dawson, Minnesota; 'OurConi
petitors," Geoige Ii. Albert. Iowa;
The Duties and Relations of Depu
ties to Picnics and Other Pub
lic Gatherings." W. A. Roden-
berg. Illinois; "The Work of Deputies
With Old Camps." C. J. Rvrns. Mich
igan; "Deputies' Reports," M. N.
WvokolT, West Pennsylvania: "Good
Character a Requisite of the Success
fill iH-putv. II. r. Keeler, Wisconsin
Uur Jsyslein ol Insurance, it.
F. Avcrv, Indiana; "How New
Camps Shall Rest be Organized
With a lew to I-uture 1 'rosper-
ltv. A. O. I-an Ik ner, Nebraska;
The Importance of Our Uniform
Membership Fee." N. C. Sherburne
Ohio; "English Friendly Societies,"
D. C. Zink. east Pennsylvania; ' Our
Ritual," Charles L. Ward, North Da
kota; "Head Camp P.y-Laws," E. R.
Van Slyke. South Dakota; "Our So
ciety in the East,' Alex Foreman
West Virginia. All the addrcstesand
tajiers submitted will be exhaustive
The Woodmen home was visited
ami inspected last niirht. upon invi
tation of Ma j. C. W. 1 la wes. bv Rock
Island camp members, and families
and friends. The visitors were taken
through the elegantly appointed build
ng, and the systems lv winch the
various deiKtrtnients are operated in
Ii.opa'chiug the immense business ol
the society explained to them. E. C.
E'HTliarf had arranged a line program
tor the entertainment of the visitors.
It was given at K:SO in the hall on the
first lloor, ami consisted of a piano
luet by Misses Mitchell and Ruck; a
vocal selection, "Recause I Iove You
Dear," by Mrs. Thomas Casev; a rec
tation of poems by Mrs. J. E. Asay,
ami a piano solo by t ranklin W llliams
St. Paul will, in all probability, be
oted tho I'.mji head camp meeting.
An average of 1565 letters per day
are sent out from the order s head
ollice in this city.
Oklahoma will knock at the door
for admission to the jurisdiction at
the Kansas CJitv convention.
Mai. C. W. Hawes went to
today to attend a meeting
oard of managers of the
Suppress Alumnect Food.
The doctors inform us that alum is
a poison, and that alum iiaktng pow
ders should Imj avoided because thev
make the food unwholesome. Prom
incut hygienists. who have given the
matter most study, regard these pow
ders as an evil that should bj sup.
pressed bv state action. In Minnesota
ami W isconsin alum powders are not
permitted to lie sold unless they are
branded to warn consumers of their
true character while in the District
of Columbia the authorities have, un
tier the direction of congress, adopted
refutations to prohibit the use of
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..l,,!!. 111 CILI''L IIVI
Are not t he people of other states.
as well as those of Minnesota and
Wisconsin, entitled to warning of a
danger which is apparently menacing
them at close hand, and is mt the
whole country entitled to absolute
protection, as the people of the Dis
trict of Columbia are protected, by
legislation which is entirely prohibi
Until we can have protection in the
form of a statute, how can our state
boards ot health, state analysts or
food commissions better serve the
public than by publishing in the
newspatiers from time to time the
names of the baking iwwders which
thev timt to tie made from alum?
- Meantime, it will aid the house
wife in designating the alum powders
to rcmcmiicr that all powders soul at
i. cents or less per pound are of this
dangerous class. Pure cream of tar
tar powders are usually sold at from
4o to iiO cents a pound.
The opera "The Ileggar Prince" will
le presented at Harper's theatre Sun-
Jay evening. 1 be company which is
to present the opera is highly com-
mended wherever it has appeared.
I he farce comedy, "Ihe lurtle. is
to lie presented Sunday night at the
nurtis. ihe plav is an adaptation
from the French "L. lortue, ' and it
sent Paris wild during its original pre
sentation in that citv. J be company
s exceptionally strong in every par
If yon have piles, cure them. No
nse undergoing horrible operations
that simply remove the results of the
disease without disturbing the disease!
tself. Place roar confidence in Ie-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure others; it will
not fail to cure tou. For sale bv T.
H. Thomas. A. J. Reiss and M- F.
Clad Tldlnrs to A t hnvs Sufferer.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick !
and positive relief in all caes
T Car Cmattpatloa ftlTafc
Tfcke Caseareta Caadv Cathartic lOaneBa
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
A masterpiece. Did Gentility 5-cent
The theme of the hour Old Gen
tility 5-cent ciirar.
They're bought to sell Old Gen
tility 5-cent cijrars.
When in need of a tinner call on II.
T. Siemon! 1316 Third avenue. Phone
We mean business and we intend
to have lots of it on the Old Gentility
The lower saw mill has suspended
openkions for a brief period, owing
to the scarcity of logs.
Facts. Facts. Facts. Old Gentil
lty, Havana liiled, 5-ceut cigar.
For a limited time the People's
I Power company will sell lump coke at
4 per ton. and crushed coke at $1.40,
at the works.
Today is the last day for service for
the May term of the circuit court,
which will be convened a week from
Dr. Stanley, optician, is at Wolt-
inann's jewelry store every other Sat
urday. Examination for glasses ti
morrow free from 8 a. in. to .'1 p. m.
Clinton and return any time during
the season of li99 for the return to
us of 150 Ant i-Wash board "soap wrap
pers. Itogin to save them now. War-
nock & Ralston.
The Fraternal Tribunes will give an
ice cream social ami dance at t-arse
hall this evening. lileuer's orches
tra will furnish music. The business
meeting will lie omitted.
Parties desiring amusement privi
leges at the Watch Tower for the sea
son of lsD'J can arrange for the same
by addressing or calling George W.
Roswell, Harper house.
Chief Pender has been informed that
Carrie Snyder has been captured at
Springfield. She will be takcu back
to the J-.vanston Industrial school,
from which she escaped a few days
It was reported recently that Alfred
Rehm, a Davenport boy, member of
Company C, :?2d infantry, had been
fatally wounded in a battle near Ma
nila. The happy news has just come
to Davetiport in a letter received by
Ed Ruessing, that Rchm had been
slightly hurt in an engagement, rnd
was recovering rapidly.
Thomas I. Kidd. president of the
International Wood Workers' associa
tion, addressed a meeting of tri-t-itv
memlicrs of the trade at Turner hall
last night on the subject of organiza
tion. The wood workers here are not
organized, ami Mr. Kidd is trying to
get them together. He made an able
address on the benefits derived by la
bor through its unions.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 7.75, and
stationary. The temperature at noon
Roats down, Tcnbroeck. with eight
strings of longs; the. Ruth, Verne
Swain and Pilot; np, Ruth, Tcnbroeck,
erne Swain and Pilot.
The rapids pilots this summer, ow
ing to the clearing of the levee of
shanties, will occupy the house on
I.amont & Sons' coal dock.
Old I.ove nnd en Repartee.
People nre smiling at the little pas-
eat;e at arms which took place between
two yonnfj women at a lnm-hi'oii the
other day. One of the women is a beau
tiful blond, a bride, and she cimies from
the couth. She met the other woman
first at the aforesaid luncheon and. shak
ing bands in her characteristic, cordial
way, eaid :
"I'm so glad to meet yon I You have
afforded mo so mnch amusement."
"Amusement?." said the other.
"Oh, yes!" went on the bride. "I've
been throngh my husband's desk, nnd
I've read all bis old love letters. I found
several very warm and affectionate let
ters from yon, and I enjoyed reading
them ever so much. "
'I'm so plad you enjoyed them!'
purred the other. "Bnt do como to see
mo very sn. I have the answers to all
those letters, and yon might like to read
them. Mr. X.'s letters are ever so much
warmer and more affectionate than
those I wrote him. I know you'll enjoy
reading them ever so much more than
you did mine." New York World.
A utaral Mistake.
"I went to Paris." says an English
man, "staying at the Hotel de Lille et
d'Albion. Never having been before. I
lost my way and could not find my ho
tel again, because I neither rpoke nor
understood French. Thinking some of
the people I met might understand
written English. I went into a station
er's ebop and bought & large card, on
which I wrote. 'Please tell me the way
to the Hotel de Lille et d'Albicn.'
Again I sallied out. showing my
card to several, but still to no purpose.
At last a man read it and silently beck
oned me to follow him, which I did as
silently for a mile or more. Then he
pointed, ptill silently, to the sign of the
hotel, and when I saw it I broke the
silence by exclaiming, 'Thank yon.
"Wbat, lie replied in amazement.
'are you an Englishman T So am I. but
I took you to be deaf and dumb ' "
Pneumonia is one of the most dan
gerous and fatal diseases. It alwavs
results from a cold. Chamberlain's
tougn lie in e iv win ouictly cure a
cold and perhaps prevent an attack
of pneumonia. It is in fact made
especially for that ailment and has
become famous for its cures over a
large part of the civilized world. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia. Can you afford
to neglect yonr cold when so reliable 1
a remedy can be had for a trifle? For
BLAJR IS NOT TO BUILD.
Deal With Short Line and Abandons l'ro
poaed Clinton Extension.
From Clinton the report comes that
the proposed extension of the Termi
nal company from Davenport to that
city has been abandoned, and that the
Terminal and Short line interests have
reached an understanding whereby
the latter will build from Clinton
here and cross the Crescent bridge
into Davenport. At least so savs the
Clinton Herald. Here is the item:
"The Davenport papers do not
seem to understand that the St. IvOuis
& Peoria Short Line, now building a
road from Peoria to Clinton, is to
have a spur to their city nd cross
over the Crescent bridge. Rut such
is the case. To secure such use of
the bridge the RIair interests, which
have the track and terminal rights
here, agreed not to build the line
from Davenport to Clinton. After
effecting the deal with the Peoria
Short line people. I'lair disposed of
their rights in this city to the Mil
waukee, which is a good thing for
The Flick it Johnson Construction
company is to do the tilling in the
Moline tail ice for the Terminal com
pany. The contract cal's for 150,000
yards of earth.
J. J. Keefe, of Chicago, has lieen
appointed traflie manager for the
Terminal company. His headquarters
will lie in the Rookery, Chicago.
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
A IMeasKiit, Simple. Safe Hat Kffectual
Cure For It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long
been considered the next thing to in
curable. The usual symptoms are a full
or bloated sensation after eating, ac
companied sometimes with sour7 or
watery risings, a formation of gases.
causing pressure on the lungs and
heart and dillicult breathing; head
ache, fickle appetite, nervousness and
a general played out and languid feel
ing. There is often a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, and if the in
terior o2 the stomach could bo seen it
would show a slimy, inflamed condi
The cure for this common and ob
stinate disease is found in a treatment
which causes the food to be readily
and thoroughly digested licfore it has
time to ferment and irritate the deli
cate mucous surfaces of the stomach.
To secure a prompt and healthy di
gestion is the one necessary thing to
tlo, and when normal digestion is se
cured the catharral condition will have
According to Dr. Harlanson, the
safest and best treatment is to use
after each meal a tablet, composed of
Diastrse. Aseptic Pepsin, a little Xtix,
Golden Seal and fruit acids.
The tablets can now be found at all
drug stores under thenameof Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, and, not being a
patent medicine, can be used with
perfect safety ami assurance that
healthy appetite and thorough diges
tion will follow their regular use after
Mr. N. J. Rooher. of 2710 Dearborn
street, Chicago, 111., writes: "Ca
tarrh is a local condition resulting
from a neglected cold in the head
whereby the lining membrane of the
nose becomes inflamed and the poi
sonous discharge therefrom, passing
back into the throat, reaches the
stomach, thus producing catarrh of
the stomach. Medical authorities
prescribed for me three years for ca
tarrh of the stomach without cure,
but today I am the happiest of men
after using only one box of Stuart's
Dysjiepsia Tablets. I cannot find ap
propriate wortls to express my good
feeling. I have found flesh, appetite
and sound rest from their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
safest preparation as well as the sim
plest ami m st convenient remedy for
any form of indigestion, catarrh of
the stomach, biliousness, sour stom
ach, heartburn and bloating after
Send for book, mailed free, on
stomach troubles, by addressing the
F. A. Stuart Co., " Marshall, Mich.
The tablets can be found at all dru"
Ioea Coffee A tree With You ?
If not, drink Grain-O made from
pure grains. A lady writes: "The
first time I made Grain-O I did not
like it, but after using it for one week
nothing would induce me to go back
to coffee." It nourishes and feeds I
the system. The children can drink
it freely with great benefit. It is the
strengthening substance of pure
grains, oet a package today from
your grocer, follow the directions in
making it and you will have a deli
cious and healthful table lieverae for
old and young. 15 and 25 cents.
RtiemnatiMm Cared la a Day.
"Mystic cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days
us action upon me system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
at once the cause and the disease
immediately disappears. The lirst
dose greatly benefits, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grot jan, 1501 Second avenue, j
Rock Island, ami Gust Schlegel & Son
220 West Second street, Davenport.
Hare Voa Had the CirlpT
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley 'a Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
cough incidental to this I
People who have, once taken De
Witt's Little Early Risers will never
have anything else. They are the
"famous little pills" for torpid liver
and all irregularities of the system.
For sale by T. II. Thomas. A. J. Reiss
and M. F. Bahnsen. druggets.
Subscribe for The Abqcs,
Santa Claus or Anti-Washboard Soap, 8 bars for
Fairbanks Gold Dust, this sale for only
Xice Ture Lard, this week four pounds for
Pure Jelly, 15 pounds in pail, for only
Wash Powders, Perline, Gas or
Lion or McLaughlin's Package
Rest Parlor Matches, 12 boxes for
Potatoes, 20 cents a peck, per bushel
Rrooms at any price you want
. . . .OTHER
A lot of Hoes, Rakes, Spades,
lot of pictures that will cost you but little money to
walls with. We undersell evervbody in the shoe line.
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!
Careful investors are invited to
bontls. They run live years and bear 6 per cent interest. The bonds have
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 months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM for the full term of the bond, thus enabling tho
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
f ADLERT WELDON, room 12MitcheJl& Lynde Bldgor
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 Ranigau Ruilding Providence, It. I.
Have All the Finest
Louis Hanssen's Sons, h
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
213-215 West Second Street. Davenport, la.
"UNDER TWO FLAGS
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be fonnd by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fa.ll trousers range from $5, $5 50, $6, $8-60 and
upward. Come in and see our fine Rne.
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES.
1776, 2 for
from loo to
GOODS. . . .
etc., to sell cheap.
We have a nice
1515 Second Avenue
B. ZIMMER & CO.
6 Per Cent
examine the merits of our new form of
Grasses That Grow For the fit
of Fine Lawns.
are made the best quality and
handsomest mattings thatcome into
this country. The Chinese and
Japanese excel in the production of
superior straw mattings, and we
have the choicest of the latest styles
in inlaid and carpet effects. No
germs find any resting place in
these cleanly floor coverings.
PfinnCQ 1802 Second
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sale by all druggists.
GUS ENGL1N, 180S