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THE AEGrTJS, TUESDAY, MAY'S), 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 184 Second
Art-rue. Hoc it Lsland, 111. Entered at toe
l-ostofflee aa Second-class matter.!
IK TBI KABI OV J. W. FOTTU
TKRMS Dally, 10 eenta per week. Weekly,
boo per annum; In advance 11.50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
uch article will be printed over Cetllioua tig-
Correspondenee aollclted from eTBry town
hip In Bock Island county.
Tl'idat. Mai 'J.
'IIo ii ler kaiser"1 isn't in it with
"hoch der mayor." as McConochie
The Northwestern I'low association
is to ailvance the price of agricultural
Implements Mr cent. More pro
tcction for the farmer.
Aimika I. Watson has the look of
being a worthy successor to the illus
trious commander of the Asiatic sta
tion of the United States navy.
The news of arrangement for
Dewey's relief and return home is the
liet that has come to the American
people since Spain sued for peace.
Tiik imperialists held a dem
onstration in Cbiliago Sunday. Thev
all themselves the loyalists. That's
just what the Britishers called them
selves in the davs that tried men's
souls. Ilockford Star.
Af i f.k such exhibitions as Ijave been
made in Kock Island the past few
davs of the substitution oi incompe
tency for competency in various pos
itions of municipal employ, we may
thank our luckv stars that we have
no more of municipal ownership than
Ik any Iiip Van Winkle who went
away from liock Island to sleep
years ago should come liack now his
vo UL'nuti! nut leinilor fur f til t ? i t t
sights. He would find temporarily
Phil Miller, Andy Ktel and Harney
McCabe just where they were when
When the time comes to resist the
invader or to strike a decisive blow
for freedom then our youth will rush
to arms to face a glorious death in a
righteous cause. Hut let us not excite
the itch for war with any damnabh
juackory of the '-strenuous life!"
am oi vou wno voted tor a
iu the city administration, just take a
look out the door some time this
evening as the McConochie ideal of a
policeman passes. and then re
call the appearance of the bluecoat
who passed regularly for the past two
years and meditate as to whether
after all there was so much wisdom
in the change of administration.
(!kx. T. M. Amikini.v, just returned
from the Philippines and placed in
charge of the military department of
the lakes, with headquarters in Chi
cago, said in an interview yesterday
that last summer, before Aguinaldo
assumed the aggressive agaiust the
United States, he asked Anderson
what course this country proposed to
adopt with reference to the Phil: put
pines, and on in'ing told by Anderson
that he was not at liberty to say.
Aguinaldo replied that he had read
the constitution of the United States
carefully ami had failed to find any
power in it to establish colonies. And
in this Aguinaldo had the absolutely
correct interpretation. (Jen. Anderson
states that at that time he cabled this
government that the Filipinos were
determined upon absolute independ
ence. Yet it was after that time that
this country taught them at so much
a head ami denied them that inde
pendenrp. Ir is not only in the quiet aud the
leisure of the home that advertise
ments are read, says the Philadelphia
Kecord. Multitudes of professional
men. workmen and persons tilling
clerical positions turn to the "ad"
columns of the newspapers while rid
ing iu the street cars or during the
day. They are interested in the ad
vertising announcements, and. usually
have something in particular to pur
chase, they are eager to learn where
the purchase can le made most ad
vantageously. The American people
have become adepts at uuicklv inter
preting the full meaning of an adver-
f the Globe for
" tiww naaer ue stringent
EEBS1H HEDIC1L L1WS.
vnwmau nr eminent p briiciansr ; d
OIL RICHTER'S ftf
. A2. r3TU CO.. C15 Ttui Et WTwTi-X.
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branch fioaaea, Owa Qlanroxs
5 uuvtr )ri
ANrBOR BTOJUCIUIi kmm for
CHn. T , mitt fmim & trvwnm I raOTpbilnr
tisement. They promptly discover
the inducements presented in it.
Plainness in expression and concise
ness in statting the variety- of articles
for sale, therefore, should, character
ize the "ad," and when it is thus ar
ranged and given pnblicity in a news
paper which everybody reads it is
certain to bring patrons to the trades
man's establishment. The Akgl'S
offers the best possible advantages in
the way of advertising.
Tkc DraTC Doll, tlie Crael Spaniard.
The trumpet sounds ag a in. and the
espada takes his sword ar d his mnleta
and goes ont for the last .scene. This,
which ought to lie. is not always the
real climax. The bull is -often by this
time tired, has had enouerhof the pport.
leaps at the barrier, trying to pet ont
lie is tired of running after red rags.
End he brushes them aside contemptu
ously. Ho can scarcely be got, to show
animation enough to bedeoentty killed.
But one bull that I saw was splendidly
eavage and fought almost to the last,
running about the arena wi tie-the sword
between his slionlders. and fthalj great
red lino broadening down e ich side of
Lis neck on the black, like a deep layer
of red paint, one tricks oneself into
Ho carried two swords in Lis neck
and still fought. When at last" he. too.
got weary he went and kntgt down
before the door by which he had enter
ed and would fight no more. But they
went up to Lira from outside the bar
rier and drew the swords out of him,
and ho got to his feet nain and stood
to be killed. Satnxday KevLew.
SUe Let, Him Off.
Ono night Green came home very late
and found his wifo' evidently prepared
to administer a Caudle lecture. Instead
of going to bed, he took a seat, and,
resting hia elbows on his knees, sawned
absorbed in grief, sighing heavily and
uttering f-uch exclamations as "Poor
Watkiusl Poor fellow 1"
Mrs. Green, moved by curiosity, said
ehaiply, "What's the matter with Wat-
"Ah," said Green, "lis wife is giv
ing him fits just now."
Mrs. Green let her lrnsband Off that
time. Liverpool Mercury.
They were talking, of figures
"Have yon ever noticed," said one,
how fond people are of vegetable meta
phors when they aro dealing with a
woman? Her cheeks are 'roses,' her lips
aro 'cherry,' her hands are always 'lily'
hands, her month is a 'rosebud, her
complexion is 'like a peach, and her
breath is 'fracrant as honeysuckle.""
"You've forgotten one, said the
"Her longno. It is a scarlet runner. "
A Considerate Lover.
Parent Of course, as my daughter
is of axe. she can suit herself as to mar
rying you. but the day she does I will
cut her off without a penny.
Suitor (after a pause) Well, under
those circumstances, sir, we will break
our engagement. I could not think of
depriving a young lady of her inherit
ance. Ilarlem Life
Love at Flrat Slht.
"Do vou believe in love at first
Bight?" she asked.
"Of course. " answered the savage
bachelor. "Do you suppose, if a man
had the gift of second sight, he would
fall in love?" Cincinnati Enquirer.
Merely at Gneaa.
"Why do they call it the matrimonial
yoke. 1 wonder?"
Because there is generally a calr at
ttip on J of it. J guess. Cleveland
Who' to ISIatne?
News from Madrid sajs that Cen. Martinez
Campos has Insisted upon the appointment of
a commission to Investigate the conduct of the
w ar and to place -.be responsibility. Carele.-S'
ness and neglect all through the war gave rise
to the most disastrous conditions, but no more
dangerous than comes from the neirlect of the
health. It is every one's duty to iruard h's
health. It is easier to keep it than rcvin it.
Hosteller's Stomaeh Hitters taken honestly
will not orlv create health but will preserve it.
It is the medicine wbieb for tifty years lias
made weak stomachs stronjr, and has over
come that terrible dragon, djspepsia, and all
the evils such as constipation, biliousness, kid
ney and liver troubles, malaria, and fever and
arue. which follow in its train.
If vou suffer from tenderness or
fullness on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, bilious
ness, sick headache, ami feel dull,
heavv and sleepv vour liver is torpid
congested. DeWitt's Little Early
Kisers will cure vou promptly, pleas
antly and permanently by removing
the "congestion and causing the bile
ducts to open and flow naturally.
They are good pills. For sale by T.
II. Thomas. A. J. Keiss and M. t.
Rheumatism Cured In a Daj.
Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable ami mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefit. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second
venue, ' lvocK isiand, and Gust
Schlegel Ss Son, i.20 West Secona
As an honest reuiedv, Foley's Honev
and Tar dins not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, out truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the vcrv worst cases, and in the earlv
stajjes to effect a cure.
k. Weary and Wasted
from kidney diseases, why not try
Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed
An excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects ol tlie wen Known remeay,
Strup of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fio Svhit Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually.
dispelling- colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
" overcome habitual constipation per
il., icntlv. 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 thev are pleasant to tne
tay'.e. but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Califoknia Fio Svr.iT
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
ertects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the lull name of the Loin pany
printed on the front of every package,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
I3UI3VTI.I.E. KY. NEW YORK. N. Y.
Fur sale by all Druggists. Price 0c. per bottle.
Subscribe for Tiik Arqcs.
HENNEPIN FEEDER WORK.
Operation Continue Night and Iay Near
Two hundred men, about the same
number of horses and four bi;r clam
shell dredges make the new Hennepin
feeder-near Sterling a siirht which
would pay the average sightseer to go
miles to see. Lvervthing is hustle
Night and day the big machines are at
work, rain or shine. There is mud
all kinds of it, from the common black
mud to the stickv, clavey substance
but it makes no difference the work
goes on just the same. Perhaps the
scene of the greatest activity and of
greatest interest is the first two miles
of the feeder under the Callahan Con
struction company. J he company
has about httv white laborers, about
thirty-live colored, all living at the
camp, besides a large number of men
from the city who drive to and from
their work night and morning.
The men at the camps areuearlvall
satisfied. Thev receive rool treat
ment, anil the lest of food and lodg
ing. This week the government en
gineers will make estimates on the
amount of work already completed.
I.ovnlile I.lttle Pis.
While the raising of swine is not ex
nctly a poetical occupation, it is said to
be a paying one and one that would be
practicable for a woman to engage in.
"Ono of the most thoroughgoing,
caiiablo business women of - the day,"
says The Practical Farmer, "is a breed
er of fino swine, and she has wen a
reputation that is enviable. She has
made thousands of dollars from the
business and is proud of and enjoys
her work. Poultry and swine breeding
as a , part of the farm wife's business
ventures forms both a happy and profit
able combination. Even the word 'hap
py,' she says, is well placed, for it is a
happy work caring for and owning
handsome sows and pretty, thrifty pigs,
fine tshotes and marketable hop. Little
pis. she tsscrts, are as lovable as baby
chicks, and through actual ownership
one takes pride and comfort in watch
ing them grow and looking to the com
forts and needs of the entire swine
herd." New York Tribune
An I nfortanate I'artlclple.
A recent discussion at a dinner table,
whether - "gotten" or "got" were the
preferable participle, received a practi
cal solution, at least for the telefjraphic
service, from an experience related of a
colleso professor who preferred "got
ten." He had telegraphed to his wife
"Have gotten tickets for the theater to
night. Meet me there. "
The telegraph operator rendered this
into "Have got ten tickets'," etc.
Mrs. Profeswir was delighted with the
opKjrtutiity of entertaining her friends
and accordingly made up a party of
eight besides herself, whose greetings to
the professor at the rendezvous were
probably more cordial than his feeling
nntil matters were explained. He now
makes an exception to his customary
use of ''gotten."
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and that too by a lady in this
country. '-Disease fastened ltsclutch-
es upon her, and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For
three months she coughed inces
santly, and could not sleep. She
finally discovered a way to recovery,
by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, and was so much relieved on
taking first dose, that she slept all
nigbt; and with two bottles, has been
absolutely cured. Her name
is Mrs. Luther Lufz." Thus writes
V. C. Hamnick & Co.. of Shelby. N.
C. Trial bottle free at Hart & Ulle-
meyer's drug store. Ilegular size
50 cent, and f I. Every lottle guaranteed.
Two million Americans suffer the
tortuiing pangs of dyspepsia. No
need to. ISurdock Blood Bitters cures.
At any drng store. For sale by Mar-
"CTOH SALK-CHEAP: A LADY'S BICY
X cle, at 3U1 Twentieth etreet.
TTV)R SALE A LOT LOCATED IX THE
X best block on 1 bird avenue. Apply of
FOR SALE-I.ARC.B SALOON ICEBOX.
Call and exuiu;u it lit A. 11. Liitl's, 1T3J
1 hid arenua.
CIOH SALE TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
' " ifenue, one t0. tee other tl.IUO: paving
paid for. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
IpOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
. All kinds or fruit: good bulldlogs; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
TTKR SALE LOT ON SOUTHEAST COR--A
ner Ninth avenue and Twenty-second
s'reet; terms to suit buyer. Address T. J.
llalpin, 50V Mun street, St. Louis.-Mo.
TjTOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
A7 farm near town. Lots of fivit. To be
told cheap to settle an estate. Hdre Is a bar-
gam eneap for c&oh. fo trade, uoraon &
CXB BALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
- or fiu bushels or over at 1 W per ton, ue
ilrered C. O. O. to any part of the oly. Leave
ardera at ComiDerotsi bouse barber shop. Rook
1 ft: ana, or Enoa James, Milan.
tilOR SALF CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
L' ler '8 addition, old baseball frrounds. These
lota will be sold from 1400 upward; small
vnount down, balance on lone time at 8 per
sent. Reldy Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynda
lilOR SALK THE ATTOUSTANA COLLEGE
Daroer shop. Good puyintr. eleaa and
CHKh truie. A s;lcr.dicl oiuortunitv for a
yuUQfr mun to xtnn in liuln. Wr.te or ap
ply on premises. S. J. Stater, 633 Thirty-eltjhih
tilOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
' with aoout tK different slides, suitable lor
311ns legal blanks or any description of paper
c nat torm to oe Kept in scape tor writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
bing for any office with contracts, etc., to
ue. .aaaresa ts. is. C, care or j bi A Roue.
"They lit the feet as natuie
I mmw if
Cheapest In the end!
Only $3.50 Pair.
Only to Ikj had of us!
No other denier has
them or their ejual!
17:2 Second avenue.
The only Cement that is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Ctto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A- J. Kicss. 2220 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and S8th St
Otto Rndert. 5th Ave. and Elm St
ASTID-H CH1UBER MAID AT THE
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at 222C Fourth avenue.
ANTFD AVPTEN T1CES FVMJ DRESS-
maWinyat lrt'Vi seventeenth street.
T ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
Housework Call at 701 fourth avenue.
TAN"TED-CARPET LAYERS AND IT-
v hoLsterers. Arply to A. J. Smith & Son,
WANTED GIRLS TO LEAKS D3ESP-
uaktn. Mrs. Dunleavy, 30H Thirteenth
WANTED PUPILS VTISHTNU TO TAKE
private lessor.s in danclnj can do so by
enquiring at 710 tilth avenue. Jones.
HAIR BALSAfVf I
CV'r- mini irmiZll.r the Kait. I
Jfrr Fim to B,-tore Ormrt
WANTKD-GOOD TOOK WITH K1.FFR
enees. nply to Lieut. Uixon. com-mandi't,-
ofiicex's quarters. Kock Island arsentU.
M NELSON & LUNDQUIST
Are always selling the ben poods at the krwest prices, simply because
rl they thoroughly understam I how to buy and are always giving their cus
ft tomers the benefit. We wish to call special attention to our line of cof
fees. Having completed a contract for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, each grade to be roasted especially lor us and shipped as we
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee unsurpassed In Quality at
bottom prices. Note the foUowlnx quotations:
1 T ANTED-GOOD, p ELI A BLEOIL S A LES-1
T man. on commission orsalay. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company. CleveUiud.
WANTFD TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
mo lcitors for Kock Island, l'rrmanent
positions. M Mltebeil & Lyude buildint;, be
tween 5 und 8 p. in.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR
general house work. Only four in fam
ily; easy place, good pay. Call afternoon r
evening at 1(C7H second avenue.
Our Golden Rio at
Our N. & L. Santos Peaberry
Our N. & L. Imperial
Our N. & L. Java
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha
Let us also quote you
Schepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar. .
Enameline stove polish. . .
Rising Sun stove polish..
Heinz's sour pickles, per
S pounds of jelly 9c
IJoney Drip syrup, per
gallon ! 80c
Sorghum, per gallon ...... 85c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7e and
3 for 25c
Fancy patent Hour, per
ack f 1.C0
Garden seeds in hulk.
NELSON (2 LUNDQUIST, g
CASH GROCERS, 829 Twentieth St. Thone 1090. M
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who ran d co
yote sufficient time to ihe business to make it
profitable. Address --E M.," ABUl'S.
7ANTED POSITION AS COACHMAN
t by youut; man Of experience in the
business. Can furnish good references if re
quired. Address --O. P. " Artrus oitlee.
T7 ANTED SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS MA
TT chlnists. vie'e bands, blacksmith helpers,
woodworkers, and .painters, by lame manu
facturing concern of Chicago suiburb. Address
Harvey. A im us office.
WANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
T mechanical drawing. Pen and Ink,
china painting and new method of water col
ors. Children's class Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class in
the evening. Lessons M cents. Miss Piatt,
studio tj06 Eighteenth street.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street. Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
oods. furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
t tore prices. A U business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
l&.'3 Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
OR RENT DKSIRAHLE FURNISHED
rooms: tine location. lJlt Sccoud avenue.
m WATCH THWFn
I?OHHEXT-A FLATIN THE INDUSTRIAL
X.' home building. Apply T. H. Thomas
FOR RENT DOUI5LE STORE BUILDING
at 1515-1517 Second avenue. Inquire of
Wit R EXT ST A BLE FOR TWO OR THREE
horses: all convenicncts. Euiiuire liXf.
TjOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
-A- on or two persons at 116 Second ave
nue A:l modern conveniences.
IalOR'RENT ONE FLAT. OPI"OSITE C, R.
. 1 & P depot. Flat of five rtxm.s: water
and bath rontn. Inquire of C. M Frew, oppo
site I lie vacant nat in tne ounuing.
FOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
WMb fnrmorlw thA it n ivi-H r li i ht rwma
Has been tilted up with new and complete
mi riHim urn 1 1 ii rt- iliiu iixliitpk. nfi ih
open and ready for inspection. Cheap rent
XX AVE YOUR SHIRT WAISTS MADE BY
J A. an expert. Fit and work guaranteed.
isoe i nira avenue, second noor.
X OST-ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STKEET
-A lietween Eittbt -and-a-balf und Ninth ave-
nueR. a pair of gold spectacles. Fiuder will
please return to tub a u;us omce.
ATONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT-
XfA. gage loans by W. II. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
vso manes collections nara ones a specialty,
XT jqraSSi, JVNE CHARLES MILLER'S
JCJ Express, U'lti Sixth avenue. tareful
nanuiiiH: i gooos ana quicK anu leniiiMc ser
vice. Moving by careful, experienced men
Call or telephone No. 4611.
I" OST-HETWEEN THIRD AVENUE AND
I'lLVril'li Ml tel ttUU . vj t 1 1 v t y runt; il J 1 1
liiuiu cti, u nunc nauu 1 1 it u u nAUatii
ffoid heart. Suitahle reward it returned to
rvuuuitrr a urujf More.
2? A L.KS U KS (CA I A J. XG OS ANY LIXE
ide Ine ever offered: over ISO different styles
of the handsomest calendars ever put on lb
Qiurkei: most liberal conimi-slons orrercl (:iu
per rent). Agents cn easily make HO to tloo
weekly. Ouaranteeu the best line to be found
anywhere Give references. The American
Novelty company, at and Ml Ilroadway. Cin
John Volk & Co.
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and MonMings;
Veneered and Hard W ood Floor
ing of AH Kinds.
Sinjrle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
to Fifteenth Rock sand.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium pavers of the state are main
taining a fund by popular subscription from
wmcn la onerca a
Reward of $200
By the undersiiroed association for the arrest
and conviction of an r incendiarr in an of the
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
Roek Island. 111.
Dr. William-' Indltn Pll
rtntroeut wi. ure Blind
Hleetbnr am. ItchinM
Piies. It. absorbs the tumors.
ailays the itcbtnir at once, acts
s a poultice, rives instant re
lief. Dr. tVil.iams' Indian Pile O.nV
rnent is prepared for Piiesand Itch-
Ire of theprivate parts. Every box is
warranted. Ii7 drusKK'ts. bv mail ol
Int of nri-e. a eenta and f l.OO. Ulil I " ;
AaUFACTURIHG CO.. Props.. ClcveUad. OCa
King's Big Cake Walk Company and Trip to Coon
Town. Bigger, Better and Grand
er Than Ever.
Through the best people of the tri-cittes it h:is been secured to
give a series of entertainments. For the pleasure of tlie liest
people these entertainments aro given nightly in the larger
cities, like New York, Chicago, St. luis and Cleveland for the
society people, and we waut to l.c right in the hwim with the
best, so don't forget that DECORATION DAY at the Watch Tow
er will be one to be remembered by all, for there will be
Dancing, Boating. Shooting the Chutes. Bowling,
Out Door Performing and Refresh
ments of All Kinds.
'.To make this event the best of the season cars will run
until 2 a. in.
The Best $3.50 Tans in
? La flies' and men s Sloes
Ever Offered in the City.
WRIGHT BARBER. I
SPRING WALL PAPERS.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, lie sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
1310-314 Twentieth Street.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island, HI.
Incorporated Udder the
Four Per Cent Paid on
K0KET L0ASED 05 PEES0HAL COLLATERAL 0B HEAL ESTATE EE0TJBITZ
J. M. Ruford, ftrefttdect, '
John CrubauKb, Vice President.
P. Greens wi,i. Cashier.
Becsa troatneas July Z, 1HU0, and oeetrpy the
S. E. comer oi Mitchell Lnda a
n. s. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
K. W. Hurst, -JohnVoiH.
I. Him on,
M. M. Uulortt
ball oc fisher.
Sotloitors Jackaosi it Hum.
Sold bj M V- Banfcsea-dLruct-lau.