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THE AEftTJS, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1899.
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All eommnnleaUona of political or argumen
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nave real name attached (or publication. No
uen article will be printed over fictitious alg
aatures . Correspondence solicited from very town
nip In Rock island county.
Moxuat. Mat 2J.
Tiik Cubans evidently want the
liberty that America promised them
or nothing but the arms with which
they have for years fought for that
Now that Teddy's franchise tax
law is passed and signed, Tom l'latt
lias come out in an elaborate state
ment iii favor of it. Little-me-too
slways did have a faculty for getting
into the band wagon.
Con;kkssman Hoi-kiss who wants
to be speaker of the house, has taken
a wise course. lie has gone to Wash
ington with the expectation of seeing
Senator Hanna and get his permission,
llanna can be relied ujnn to settle
Six English firms and two Ameri
can were invited to bid for the Ciok
trick Viaduct in liurma. The lowest
and most favorable Knglish bid re
quired for the completion of the work
three years at a cost of fO'JO.000.
The American o!Ter which was ac
cepted proposed to have the work
finished in one vear, to cost f.'JOO.OOO.
Oi.fVF.tc 11. 1. Uki.moxt in his speech
at the St. IxMiis anti-trust banquet,
Thursday evening, said: "I could
point an easy path to triumph. I
would name ISryaii as the candidate,
make Itryan the platform, and with
Hryan as the issue go before the peo
ple." Anil yet there are some who
pretend to think that Mr. Hryan is a
Is point of losses on the firing line,
or as a result of injuries sustained in
battle, the 1st Nebraska in the Philip
pines has exceeded any other regi
ment of volunteers that enlisted to
tight Spain, not excepting the famous
auth Kansas. Out of 1,200 who
sailed away from this country 400
have jH.'rishcd. ami the shame of it is
that most of that number have fallen
since the war for which they enlisted
ended, their lives being sacrificed to
enforce a scllish un-American policy
forced upon the country by an admin
istration that was not strong enough
to resist the temptation to convert a
war for lilerty into a war for con
President Kspects Long Cinerrllla War.
The civilian members of the I'll i 1 i p
pine commission President 'Jacob
Schurman, Dean C. Worcester and
James II. Den by probably will le
recalled to the United States very
soon. It is manifest that the coin-
mission will not be able to accom
plish much of importance during the
rainv season, and the opinion is olli-
cially expressed that the object sought
to be attainetl when the commission
was sent to Manila cannot now be
accomplished. Congressman George
Steele, the republican leader of the
Indiana delegation, called on the
president Saturday and talked plainly
to inni aiHiut the attitiule of the peo
pie of his state toward the adminis
tration's policr in the islands. Mr.
Steele explained to the executive that
the people were tired of procrastinat
ing niethrxls ol treatment, and did
not take kindlv to the idea of expan
sion. They did not approve of the
plan winch haa the American soldiers
in Luzon fighting battles one dav and
then resting on their arms the next.
while fruitless iejce negotiations
were progressing. They want the
war ended quickly, he told the presi
dent. The president told Mr. Steele
that be appreciated the desire of the
people to have the war terminate,
and informed him that the ad m in is
tration was doing all it could to bring
the tilipinos to terms.
President McKiuley said that the
volunteers had been 'kept in Luzon
In the Blending:
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It is digestible, nutritive,
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till now because it was the desire of
the president that the men who had
borne the brunt of the fighting should
receive the glory of having vanquish
ed the insurgents, but as this was
now impossible. they would be
brought home. The president ex
pects a long, guerrilla war.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
A. Hubbard is visiting
Kav is visiting in
Edward Hayes, Jr., of South Heights,
left for Columbia, S. C, today.
Mrs. Francis Murphy is visitiDg her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It- Johnston.
K. T. Dolly is suffering with an
aggravated but exaggerated attack of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Carson, of
Iowa City, well known here, have a
daughter" at their home their lirst
Vice President II. S. Cable and Gen
eral Passenger Agent Kobert Stock
house, of the R. I. & P., are in Peor'a
Supt. R. (1. Young has been notified
that tHe degree of philosophy is to be
conferred upon him by Cornell (Iowa)
Mrs. II. Bailey, of Wellington,
Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J.
Whitney. Mrs. liailey is on her way
to New lork to visit her old home.
Invitations from Rock Island mem
bers, of which Harry Truxtuu East
man is one, have been received to the
'JSlh annual commencement of the
University of Illinois, at Urbana, June
Frank E. Beagle and Miss Maggie
Murphv. of Mo'.ine, were married by
Justice David Hawes, at his resilience
on Seventeenth street, Saturday even
ing at & o clock.
Harrv Mever. state bank examiner
for Iowa, is visiting his friend. Dr. B,
F. Hall. Mr. Mever, while in Daven
port the other day, was struck in the
eye with a telephone wire, inflicting a
Mrs. W. II. Marshall and children
Mrs. S. S. Davis and child, Mrs. Jew
itt. of St. Paul, and child, Mrs. J. J.
Mitchell, of Chicago, and children
and Miss Sue Dcnkmann, of Rock
Island, composed a partv which left
on the steamer Rutledge Saturday
evening for a pleasure trip up the
The following out-of-town people
have come to atteml the wedding o
Thomas C. Grasselli and Miss Theresa
Schmidt, to be.ceV'brated at St. Joseph's
church this evening: C A. Grasselli
Eugene It. Grasselli, P. J. Brady, J
B. I.rfigorde, Daniel and Alfred Bailey
ami Charles JJuenuge, of Cleveland
Ohio; J. F. Edwards. Notre Dame
Ind.; Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Plamon
don, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Martin and
Mr. and Mrs. Guv M. Lilly, of Chisra
go: the Misses Josephine and Ada
Grasselliaud Anna Wamelink, of Cleve
land, and Miss Mae McShane, o
A. J. Taylor, trcncral manager of
two of the Weyerhauser syndicate's
saw mills at Cloquet, .Minn., is in the
city, arranging for the removal of his
family, haying prepared a cozy home
for them there. The northern climate
has not apparently cooled the good
natured Taylor's affability and genial
ity. It would be misquoting him to
sav that he is not content with his
new surroundings, for Mr. Tavlor
would smile and grow fat if he were
living alone in the remotest hamlet of
the Klondike. He and his family will
bid adieu to Rock Island next Thurs
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the city clerk sollice, ltock Island, 111.,
until Monday, June 5. A. I). 1H!9, at
Si o'clock p. in., for the construction
of a sewer on Kighth-anci-a-halt ave
nue lietween Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-seventh streets. Plans and
speculations on lie at the city clerk a
otlice. The city reserves the rijrht to
reject anv and all bids.
Rockls'land. 111.. May 29, 1899.
William M 'osch iiik. Chairman,
John O. Fkkep.
Gf.ok;k W. Heck,
Board cf Local Improvements,
A Narrow :rpe.
Thankful words written bvMra. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton. S. D. : "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on mv
lungs: cough set in and finally ter
minated in consumption. Four doc
tors gave me up. saying I could live
but a short time. I gave myself up
to my Navoir, determined it I could
not stay with mv friends on earth, I
would meet mv absent ones above.
Mv husband was advised to get Dr.
King s New Discovery lor Con sump
tion. t;ougns and uoids. 1 gave it a
trial, took in all eight liottles. It has
cured me, and thank God I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemey
er's drug store. Regular sire bo
cents and $1., Guaranteed or price
A follower of Measles.
Iu many instances a persistent
courrh follows an attack of measles. In
speaking of this Walter B. Beel, edi
tor of the Elkin (N. C.) Times, savs
Three weeks ago I had an attack of
measles which left me with a bad
cough. I took several doses of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and the
cough has entirely disappeared. I
consider Chamlierlain's medicines the
best in the market.'! . For sale bv
For Over rtfr T
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinz Svrno has
been nsed for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the earns.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
TALKS TO THE GRADUATES.
OIuob Delivers Baecalauerate Sermon
The baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating classes of Augustana Col
lege and Theological seminary was
delivered last night at the college
chapel by Dr. Olof Olsson, president
of the institution. There was a large
outpouring of students and their
friends, aud probably more impres
sive words never before fell from the
lip3 of the venerable and honored head
of the college.
Dr. Olsson said the closing of the
school year was always an extremely
sad occasion for him. "The deep
undertone of sadness sings its melan
choly melodies in my innermost soul,"
he continued. "The reason for my
deep sadness at the end of every
school year is occasioned by the en
forcement of discipline which is
vested wholly in me as the president
of the college. Law and letter are
important factors in .our institution,
but discipline is more, meaning the
building of character, and fortifying
young live sagainst the trials and tribu
lations of a tempting world."
Dr. Olsson spoke from the theme,
"Knowledge by our senses and knowl
edge by the love of God."
"Everything, all existence, is in our
text, divided into two classes things
that do now appear and things that
do not yet apjear, that is to say,
things that can be known on observa
tion and things that cannot be known
by our senses and outward observa
tion. It is the knowledge of the world
that concerns us to begin with. Let
us think of the natural sciences the
sciences that develop our faculty to
the highest degree, and loek at the
marvelous progress our age has made
in such science. It is, indeed, a most
precious privilege to learn to know
these sciences, to know the whole
machinery of the world, the laws of
nature, to lay on your own hands and
be able to say, here they are, so thev
"And when yon have cast out your
net of science into the boundless
ocean of the universe aud caught
planets and stars without number.
would that not be enough knowledge
of the world? Are not the things that
appeal to our senses more than enough
to satisfy our thirst for knowledge
lhe things that do not appear we
would not need to know, it appears
"There stands a man the greatest
visible and invisible miracle in the
world: and vou must know him, an
you apply physiology, anatomy ami
psychology on him, and do you know
him fully by all these x-rays.-" Ion
apply philosophy on him and you say
he stands to reason. Do you know
Iniu hv your philosophy f Put your
ear as near as you can to a man and
listen to his heart beats, and you
hear a strong voice or iaint whisper
saying, ! came originally from God
I am related to tiie heavenly Father
and I am or should be His child.' So
vou stand before a still greater mira
cle God. Vou ask. 'can I see Him
can I know Him, can I reach Him bv
a teleseoiMj or microscope? Can
know Him by investigation, observa
tion or science? Does He stand to
reason? Is He found out bv the
mighty system of the great philoso
pliers of the world.'' iso, says our
text only faintly have they heard of
Him. But you can know Him bv
love bv His own love. So also saic
the greatest thinker that ever lived
men you niust - know 111 order to
love, but God vou must love in order
to know Him?"
ANSWER IT HONESTLY.
Are the Statements of Kock Inland Cltl
sens Not More Reliable Than Those
of I'tter Strancers?
This is a vital question.
It is fraught with interest to Rock
It permits of only one answer.
It cannot be evaded or ignored.
A Rock Island citizeu speaks here
Speaks for the welfare of Rock Isl
A citizen's statement is reliable.
An utter stranger's doubtful.
Home proof is the best proof.
Albert Lattig. isuu ruth ave-
nue. bricklayer and stonemason, says
"I was taken with a soreness across
mv back, and it was further aggra
vated by the nature of my work, as
have to be so much in a stooped posi
tion. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad
vertised. and they were also recom
mended to me bv a neighbor, so I sent
for a box to Marshall & fisher's druj
store and commenced taking them,
was really surprised to see how quick
ly thev cured me."
Uoan a Kidney 1'iiis are lor sale bv
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed bv
Fcster-Milburn company, Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States
Remember the name Doan's and
take no ether.
The "cyclone be!" broadens every
year. Our section may oe next, loo
late to secure indemnity after a cy
clone has devastated your property
Take out a tornado policy now. Best
companies, lowest rates.
HAYES iV LlEAVELAM),
Insurance Agents, Office Bengston
There is a time for all things. The
time to take De ltt's Little Early
Risers is when vou are suffering from
constipation, biliousness. sickbead
ache, indigestion or other stomach or
liver troubles. They never gripe.
For sale bv T. H. Thomas. A. J. Reiss
and M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
.S TO XXX -A..
Tin Ui Yaa Haw A I wars Bag!
ITS 'ANNUAL CONVENTION
Luther League of .Illinois Meets Next
The fifth annual convention of the
Luther League of Illinois will begin
Friday of this week at Augustana
college. Two hundred delegates are
expectsd. The addresses of welcome
will te made by Prof. Olsson, presi
dant of Augutana college, and C. E.
Bonham, president of Tri-City Luther
League. Other addresses to be heard
are. "The Opportunity of the Lutheran
Church in America," E. G. Chinlund;
"Hospitals." Mrs. O. J. Waters;
lfcaconesses," Caroline Williams;
"Higher Education," Rev. Holmes
Dysinger; "The Sunday School." Rev.
Frederick. L. Sigmund; "Social Cus
toms of the Church." Prof. J. A.
Udden; "Art in Lutheran Worship."
Philip Andreen; "Parochial Schools,"
Prof. L. A. Yigness; "Church and
Missions," Rev. John Telleen.
Friday evening the visitors will be
given an excursion on the river
and' Saturday eveniDg a reception will
be tendered them.
MORE RECRUITS FOR ARMY.
Those Eulisted at the Rock Island Station
The following enlisted for service
in the United States army at the Rock
Island recruiting station last week: Al
fred Berg and Edward Gross, of Rock
Island, and Oscar Bixby. of Dubuque,
for the 2J artillery at Havana, Cuba;
Wallace W. Adams. Uscar t. Kd
wards and Henry W. Erickson, 19th
infantry: Lloyd M. Briggs, of Tyroue
Pa., and Hans Gran, of Davenport
for the cavalry; and Dr. James B
Wylie, of Keokuk, Iowa, for the medi
cal department of the arm. The re
cruits for the infantry and artillery
departed Saturday night over the
Burlington for Camp Meade, Pa., aud
New lork, respectively. Ihe cavalry
recruits left yesterday over the Rock
Island & Peoria for Jefferson Bar
racks, St. Louis.
Red Men. Attention.
All members of Osaukee tribe No
15, I. O. R. M. are requested to
be at the wigwam at 9 o'clock sharp
Tuesday, May 30, to attend to decor
ating graves of deceased brothers. By
order of tribe.
William Gi i.iEzorK, C. of R.
William C. J. Kl hth, Sachem.
When Wellington Was Mad.
The Czar Nicholas visit to Windsor
in 1844 afforded Murray an opportunity
to be present; at one of the few occasions
when the Duke of Wellington lost con
trol 01 In 111 .self, lie did it at a review
before tho queeu, her imperial gue.t,
and the royal family when, contrary to
his orders, issued for tho queen's con
veuience, tho guns were firod. The hero
of a hundred fights stormed in a most
violent uiauuer. ' '
Wheu tho prince tried to pacify him
by sayiug it was doubtless a mistake,
ne replied: "it is very good or your
royal highness to excuse it, but there
should l no mistakes. Military orders
should bo punctually obeyed, and so
loug as I command the army they shall
be obeyed ! Tho emperor was astonish
ed, and the suits looked at each other
with blank faces, while the artillery
was ordered off the maneuvering ground.
Cardinal -Manning's Humor,
Dr. Manning had a strong sense of
humor and delighted in telling Irish
stories. One related to au Irish laborer.
wno was tuns addressed by a passing
"What's that you're building, Pad
dy?" "Shnre au it's a churrch, yer
liouner. "Is it a Protestant church?
"No, yer honner. " "A Catholic church,
then?" "Indade an it is that same, yer
Honner. "I'm very sorry to hear it.
Pat. " "So's tho devil, yer honner. "
Tho cardinal on one occasion arrived
in full merriment, though informing
his friends that he had bceu all but run
over, and he added: "If tho accident
had been more effectual, my epitaph
ruu.st have Leeu:
"Sad was his fate, it happened thus.
Bo was ran orcr by a bus." .
Foxy Ways of the Japs.
Tho first ten days that one spends
in Japan impress him with tho idea
that the people there are the best to bo
found anywhere. But little by little the
conviction dawns that the bowing and
scraping is all shammed and that the
Japaneso are as unscrupulous as auy
one. They cannot be trusted to keep a
contract that is not favorable to them.
In all the large establishments, espe
cially in the hotels, one always finds a
Chinese as cahier. Seemingly tho Jap
anese are afraid to trust ono another.
Tho women are quite different. They
e-e faithful aud honest and have a lov-
ablo nature. I have met a large nam
ber of foreigners who have married
Japanese women and they are all en
thnsiastic ii. their praise. Tacoma
CoTered the Case.
Not long ago the Dublin Independent
published the following obituary notice:
"Smith On the 2Sth iust.. Amy Jane
Mary Smith, eldest daughter of John
and Wilbelinina Smith, aged 1 day aud
2' hours. The bereaved and heartbro
ken parents beg to tender their hearty
thanks to Dr. Jones for his unremitting
attention during the illness of the de
ceased and for the moderate brevity of
his bill; also to Mr. Wilson for run
ning for the doctor and to Mr. Rqbin
son for recommending mustard plaster. "
Moot Pleasant Picture.
Photographers, in their constant study
of the face, find that the left side makes
the more pleasant picture and that the
profile as seen from the left gives a
more correct likeness than when view
ed from the right
W hen Weak. Weary and Wasted
from kidney diseases, why not try
Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed
"Kindle the Fire."
The time for fires for
kv arming is about gone and
the little sticks can take a
rest. Unfortunately, how
ever, the cold months brought
into the human system im
purities of the blood, ivhich
generally show in the Spring,
and which need treating with
America's Greatest Spring
Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla
It has the faculty of going directly to
the seat of the trouble, removing it
speedily. It tierer disappoints.
Scrofulous Hip Disease - ' My boy
Willie" had scrofulous hip disease from a
baby. Abscesses developed. Months at
the hospital, with best treatment, did 110
pood. They said he would never walk
again. He was helpless and wasted away
to nothine but skin and bone. Hood's
Sarsaparilla had helped me. and I pave It
to him. Imagine my delight at a wonder
ful change. Abscesses all healed, crutches
thrown away. He is now tall and stout,
perfectly well and the thanks are all due
to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Other mothers with
crippled children should know this." Mrs.
Emma V. Dcrr, Walpnle, Mass.
Hives "The itching of hives which
troubled me last summer was terrible;
blotches came all over my body. Hood's
Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills cured n:e."
Mrs. Mibt Jbbott, 2ri South Wolf St.,
All Run Down I was as tired In the
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and run down. Three bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla built me up and cured me.
Can eat well and sleep well." Me's. Chas.
M01.Z, 418 Madison St. Sandusky, Ohio.
Dyspepsia " Complicated with liver
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with dyspepsia, with severe pains. Hood's
Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty."
J. 15. Kmkrton, Main Street, Auburn, Me.
Consumptive COUgh -"Five years
ago 1 had a consumptive cough which re
duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and
recovered normal health. I have been well
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Pearl and Chestnut Sts., Jeffersonville, Ind.
Hood'o Ptlii cure liver the non Irritating and
only e:tlinrtlrt to take ith Hood's S;tr sauarilia.
THE Fl?ST PHOTOGRAPHS
Professor Draper's Sister Sat Thirty Min
ntes For Her Portrait.
Elizabeth Flint Wade has an illus
trated paper on "Photography Its Mar
vols" in St. Nicholas. Tho author says
The first accounts of this great dis
covery are very eutertainiug reading.
Professor Morse, tho inventor of the
telegraph, was in Paris when tho new
was published, and at once went to see
Daguerro's wonderful pictures. Iu do
scribing them afterward ho paid tha
moving objects mado no impression on
the plate, for a pictuie taken of
crowded boulevard showed it as 11 en
tirely deserted, with tho exception of a
man having his shoes polished. The
man's feet, ho said, were well deGned
because they were kept stationary, bn
he was without head or body, for these
wero iu motion.
To America belongs tho honor of
making the first photographic portrait,
the artist being Professor John Draper,
a professor and afterward the presidru
of the University of New York. His
victim was his t-ister, Miss Catherine
Draper. He powdered her face, that the
likeness might-, bo more quickly im
pressed 011 the seusitivo plate, and for
30 minutes Miss Draper sat or, at
least, tried to sit as immovable as a
Tho first class in photography was
formed in Boston in the spriug of 1S40
by Daguerro's agent, Gourad of Paris.
The Rev. Edward Everett Hale, then a
6tudent in Harvard, became au enthusi
astic member of tho class. In his diary,
under date of April 1, 1840, is this en
try: "On my way home I stopped at the
shop and got my daguerreotypo ther
mometer. There seems to bo a great do
rnand ; there were three or four othera
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The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped bands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
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pay required. It is iruaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
An Epidemic of Wooplng Coogh.
Last winter during an epidemic of
whooping cough mv children con
tracted the disease, havmjr severe
coughing spells. We had used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy very
successfully tor croup and naturally
turned to it at that time and found it
relieved the cough and effected a com
plete cure. John E- Clifford, pro
prietor Norwood house, Norwood, N.
Y. This remedy is for sale by all
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the early
stages to effect a cure.
To cure piles, strike at the root
that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Haz
el Salve strikes at the root "it re
moves the cause quickly and perma
nently. Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
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and M. F. Bahnsen, druggists.
Ine Rind Yea tint Altr? Bctt
$ NELSON &
Are always selling the best goods at the lowest prices, simply because
they thoroughly understand how to buy and are always giving their cus
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 for us and shipped as we
need them, you fret a treshjy roasted ooHee unsurpassed in quality at
bottom prices. Note the following quotations: , ,
Our Golden Rio at
OurN. & L. Santos Feaberry
Our N. & I. Imperial
Our N. & L.. Java
OarN. & L- Java & Mocha
Jjet us also quote you
Schepp's shrouded cocoa
nut, per pound.
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar. .
Enameline stove polish. . .
Rising Sun stove polish..
Heinz's sour pickles, per
CASH GROCERS, 329
WAT A Tr- m ar
Ki m ym a m ma
rr m m
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-cities it has been secured to
give a series of entertainments. For the pleasure of the best
people these entertainments are given nightly in the larger
cities, like New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Cleveland for the
society people, and we want to be right in the swim 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 lest of the season cars will run
until 2 a. m.
4- The Best $3.50 Tans in
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, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
Rock island Savings Bank,
Sock Island, 111.
Incorporated Under the
State I aw.
K0HEY L0AHXD 03 PIE305AL COLLATERAL OS EIAL ESTATE 8 r CUB III
J. VL Buford, president,
John Crubauirb, Vice Presis'ent.
P. Greeoawalt, Cashier.
Began bnslnesa Jul Z. IfU. and oeevpy the
b. K. corner ol Mitcbell JLsade's
new baia&iag. - -
S pounds of jelly 9c
Ilonev Drip syrup, per
Sorghum, per gallon
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 71c and
8 for ."
Fancy patent Hour, per
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. Thone 1090.
m w 4 r vt. M ) 4
a a m wm mi a a vsrH's
1 rr lit
men's Sloes i
in the City.
it&i 310-3 14 Twentieth Street.
Four Per Cent Paid oa
H- 8. Cable, Wm. wumertoa
Jobn Crubsugh, fbil Mltebeli.
H. P. Hull. U Hlmon,
K. W. Hurst, U U, ttuforft
BoUoltors Jackso a Bnrai.