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THURSDAY DECEMBEB 14, 1899
Read this. It Will Pay You.
STYLE. No need of making any mistakes in style if you trade at the
riht place- And if this store wa- not entitled to that designation, we
-would not be doing the business we do. You are not supposed to be
up" on t-very lte fashion plate and change, '.ut we are. And we do
so keep up-to-date It is nqt enough for us to sell yon anything and
everything. We are impelled by bnalnes nonesty and priaciple to sell
yon the latest and most stylish shoes. This is our daty as a progressive
merchant and we aim to meet the same on all occasions. Oar stock is
in ftyle. new style, this season's stjle. When you buy here, therefore,
be assured of one certain basic fact: yon are procuring the latet, you
are wearing what was made to wear at just this time, and, therefore,
the most fashionable to be bad in shoes.
7 TwtotUtfe Straw
Good, Sweet and Whole
ls the ataf of life" for the
family and the only kind.
KRELL. & '.MATH serve to
their patrons. Oar delicious
Perfect Home Made
is made from the highest
grade floor and from the !est
materials, and is nourishing
and palatable at all times.
Onr loaves are full 16 oz.
weight, and at a price of 5c
tier loaf is far cheaper than
the so-called three for 10c
bread which is 4 oz. short in
weight and made from cheap
materials. What's the use of
buying a poor article when
yon can get the best for the
esme money at your grocers
or from the bakers.
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 116. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
I'AKCY BAKERS. .
If yoa want to satisfy the
Inner Man eat KRELL &
MATH S bread three times
DOES HE SMOKE?
Or curse be dors, and in tbe selec
tion ol Cb'Utmas presents (or gen
U'oea n tbiag more acceptable
ca be procured Lb an something la
tbe smokers' line, and no better
place to find It lbn at
THE PALACE CIGAR
Beautiful assortment of b olid ay
bnxr of cigars ranging In price
from ftOo to lo per boa. Pipes from
ye olden corn cob to tbe cleg-nt
meerschaum. including tbe m at ea
ter sive assortment of briars erer
Bliowi in tbee part. Cigar case.
- cigarette carte, cigar bolder, cigar
ette holders, tobacco jars, andln (act
most ever y thing dear to tbe be ait
of tbe smoker can be bad at popu
lar prices at tbe
1706 Second Avenue.
tnt She a Jewel?
If yoa wast a watch or a wedding
no;;. fcCrerware or norelly you will Dnd
a complete assortment at Dick man &
Co a. We carry a full lin. and prices
to suit al! claaa of trade bUrb prised
and low priced, and all goods worth
every cent of money represented We
tell to everybody, as we want all our
townspeople for our customers. Try
F. J. DICKMAN & CO.
1701 Second Avenue.
Opa WcdawUr aad Saturday Eranlngs.
J The Richness of
j Marfcell Cigars,
! ioc straight and 3
J for 25c, at the
I Palace cigar store
J and all good deal
A Snap Shot of Santa Claus!
His latest and best picture. Taken
one year ago Christmas Eve. as he
was making bis tirst vwt after load
ing his 'fcigh with gifts from our
store. We have enough to sup.
ply nini witn again tn is year. Jnst
let him know what you want and be
will be able to lind it among the large
and varied assortment of candies, jer-
fuuies, toilet articles, (tc, that we
have selected for tbfc holiday trade
Come and see for yourself what we
have. Remeiubsr tbe place, Bahri
Bahnsen's Drug 8tore
Corner 4th Avenue and 2Cth street.
Guarantee to Care,
Dr. U. Branch,
CANCERS AND TUMORS
Internal or external,
without the knife.
Cures Blood Poison
and other chronic '
Office: 14 East Seventh street, roomr
1 and 2. St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. Matthew Young, of this vil
lage, has entirely recovered. He was
affiictel with cancer of the lower tip.
Tbe cancer was removed the 1st of
be pie ruber by Dr. Uriah Branch, of
St. I'aul, who is a cancer specialist.
Dr. Branch did not use a knife, but
put on a salve which drew out the
cancer'. Tbe principal cure was
effected by some internal remedy,
which Dr. Branch says kills the can
cer germ, and which has proven true
in Mr. Young's case, for be was cured
in 10 days. No scar remains and the
cure is permanent."
Dr. Uriah Branch's office is No. 11
East Seventh street, St. Paul.
LOOK AT OUR COAL
and you will not want to look any
where else for that article. We have
all grades of hard and soft coal, which
we sell in any quantity and deliver at
loweat prices. You cannot do better,
when preparing for the long, cold
winter, than to give us a trial. We
Pock Island Fuel Co,
Office Twenty-Third street and Third
avenue. Phone 1197.
ELECTIONS ARE HELD.
Officers of Trainmen, Woodmen,
Relief Corps and Masons
THOSE OF ISLA5D CITY LODGE.
E. Bralthwlta SuMd For fat.r L
Oliia sad Bf. T. Serena Klcetad Con
suls of Bock Island and Iadspratfeae
Cam pa Kspctlelj Twla-Clty
Island City lodge Jfo. 11. Brother
hood oi Uailway l rammen, nas eiectea
officers an follows:
Master K. Braithwite.
Vice Master Dn Einerick. '
Financier W. E Owens.
Secretary W. A. J"bnon.
Physician Dr. J De Silva.
Rock Island camp No 29 M W. A.,
at its meeting list evening tlect-d of
ficers f r the ensuing term as follows:
Consul L. Obge.
Advisor H F. Lamp.
Banker L. Einl.
Clerk S Matiison.
Escort B. M. Ells.
Watchman John Buck.
Sentry E. Seidel.
Manager (three years) J. E. Lar
k'n Physicians Drs. G. E. Barth, J. F
independence Camp. No. 26, M. W.
A , elected officers as follows:
V. C M. T. Stevens.
Advisor A A. Burt.
Clerk F. A-Gravs.
Btnkei E. R Dade.
Escort George E. Morgan.
Pbysiaians Drs. G. G. Craig, Jr.,
S. B Hall.
Watchman R- M Hackett.
Sentry C. E. Rubb.
' Managers D. L. Hartman, J. E.
Penry, r. B. Hawes!
Twin-City Stone Mason's Union bas
chosen new ollicers. lney are:
President D. E. Butler.
Vice Piesident Chris Baker, Jr.
Treasurer D. L.. Doom berg.
Financial Secretary Peter Man-
Mecording Secretary L. L. Cool
Master-at-Arms Fred Holtzer.
Deputy W. Stromer.
AlUrnate Hermon Allen.
Woman's Relief Corps.
Woman's Relief Corps No. 60 bas
made tbe -following selection of offi
cers for tb ensuing year:
President Casandria E. Cleland
Senior Vice President Alice Rog
Junior Vice President Mary Wil
Treasurer Sarah J. Norris.
Chaplain Cecillia Frey.
Conductor Jennie Hsmaker.
Guard Cinderella Hoppe.
Delegates to convention at Jackson
vilt. Illinois Mary Wilcber and Jen
nie Hamaker; alternates, Amelia Hill,
Foster. Dec. 13 Rev. A. M. Rvder
expects to attend the quarterly meet
ing which will be held at the Baena
Vista church near Tipton, Iowa, the
latter part of tne week
The Bapti.t Sunday school will give
a Christmas entertainmeut baturdav
evenin?. tbe 23rd int.. and the Ger
man Sunday echo 1 will give its en
tertainment on Christmas night.
Mrs. William Krueger gave a din
ner in honor of ber husband's birth
day anniversary last Thursday. Quite
a number of relatives were la attend
Ben Zollner and Miss Helen Thorn'
ton sjent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Kev. Kettlecamp went to Pine Creek
bunday, where be delivered two ser
mons. Mr. and Mrs. John McNall, of Edg
ington. spent Sunday here
Mrs. Diik'' Reynolds is on the sick
A child as asked to nam tbe principal or
gans of tbe buisan body, and this was bis re
ply: "Tbe organs of tbe body are the bean.
lu"s and other utensils." Th Ignorance of
many adults abut tna human body 1 actually
app .Ulns. Ctinsilputlon Is considered nothing"
Induces ion i a noyiog but nothing serious.
Bili uoes brings melancholia, but (ben luck
Is b amed and not the liver. A dos of Hi
tetter's Stomach Bitters would quickly "how
these people where they stand This is the
medicine which bas been known as the dys-pepsla-conuuerer
for the last Blty years. It
will cure yoisr stomach iruuDle quickly and
ea.-J y. Get It and see for yourself. See that
a private revenue stamp covers the neck of
Ueeasad to Wad.
Ira S. Dougherty.
Mis Ada Kepple.
As a cure for rheumatism, Cham
berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide
reputation. D. B. Johnston, of Rich
mond. Ind., has been troubled with
that ailment since 1&62. In speaking
of it he rays: "I never found any.
thing that wonld relieve me until I
used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
acts like magic with me. My foot
was swollen ana paining me very
much, but one good application of
Pain Balm relieved me. For sale by
Itching pilef Never mind if phy
sicians have failed to cure you. Try
Doau's Ointment. No failure there
50 irnti, at any drug store. For sale
by Marshall & Pisber, druggists.
At Charles Ullemeyer'a.
1 1 hi lad Yw Hut sMrarg Esgg
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
Miscellaaeeas Vtwi Gathered ta the Tow a
a th Btssepts.
Milan, Dec. 14. Gilt Moore is visit
ing friends in Milan.
R'chird K'rk of Tavlor Ridge was
a Milan vi tor Tne-dy.
U. a. Dibnern bas moved nto his
new house on Fifth and Dickson
The Presbyterian Sanday school is
arranging for a cantata to be given
Miss Hattie Kain, of Bowling, re
turned Tuesday after a visit among
friends 'ii Ko-k I-lnd
Mrs. Miry Mc ulloagh and her to
daughters have movet! hark to tbe
Milan boue from Rick Island.
Henry Htss. of Htmler. spent Mon.
dty and Tuesday on tbe Drury farm,
where he intends to more in tbe
Gns Daniels, who lives on the Tin
dall farm southeast 'f Milan htd the
misfortune i-f losing tbe ends of two
&og-r f his left hand last Friday
while helping Ferrel Gobel with his
Mr. T. Van Horn and children left
last Saturday for their hom in Indian
apolis after spending a month among
triends and relttivea- Mrs. J. Jone
and son, of Sears, accompanied tbem
for a brief visit.
MOST POPULAR WOODMAN
Contest la Ooanetioa With Trl City Mid-
WHO IS TUB MOST
The coupon above is to vote on.
wbo is tbe most popular Woodman
in Rock Island. Tbe prize is a hand
some gold watch valued at f 35, on
exhibition in tbe window of H. D.
Folsom, the jeweler. All coupons
must contain a stamp, which are for
e&.e at one cent each at Thomas1 drug
store, n. V. rolsom's leweiery
store and the Harper house
pharmacy. All votes without
stamps are void and will not be
counted. One cent for each vote
may accompany coupons and tbe
stamp will be put on. The contest
will be decided on the last evening of
the Tri-City Mid-Winter Fair. Pure
Food and KJower show that opens at
tbe Saengerfest hall. Davenport, for
ne week commencing Dec. 3, closing
tne lutnT teno or mail all coupons
to Searle A Marshall, state's attorney's
office, at the court bouse, where they
will De put in a oaiiot box.
Cordova Dec. 18 Grant Richards,
of Grand Rapids, is visiting his broth
Mrs. Agnes Walker is dangerously
in at ine nome oi ner mother.
Bernard Brown bas accepted a pos
ition as news agent on the C. M. &
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Lvons. Iowa.
spent a few days with, friends here
Mr and Mrs. Scbmeltzer, of Thom
son, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Business at the button factory is
booming, and Mr. Van Horn is put
ting in iv more saws.
The Teachers' Institute held Lere
Saturday was well attended, there
being 23 teachers enrolled.
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Nelson received
news Tuesday of the serious illnesH of
he child of their daughter, Mrs. L.
Tient, of Watertown.
Mrs Mat Vandeburgh and daugh
ter, of Winterset, Iowa, left for home
Mooday after a 2-wi-eks' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Reeves.
Charles Tavenner, of Lanark, wbo
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Tew for the pat week, left Monday
for Galena, 111., where he bas fecund
a position with the Standard Oil com
pany. Mrs. Tavenner will join him
there some time this week.
Farm For Kant.
The Henderson farm, near mouth
of Turkey hollow, two miles below
Milan. 800 acres, of which 115 acres
is bottom land, cultivated, remainder
pasture, will be rente) for one year or
term of years. Cuktis & Cifcvris.
Rocs. Island. 111.
Remember that name when you
want a delicious, appetizing, nourish
ing food drink to lake tbe place of
coffee Sold by all grocers and liked
by all wno have used It. Urain-li is
made of pure grain, it aids digestion
and strengthens the nerves. It is not
a stimulant, but a health builder,
and the children as well as adults can
drink it with great benefit. Costs
about one-fourth as much as coffee.
15 and 25 cents per package. Ask
your grocer for Grain -O.
Chapped bands, cracked lips and
roughness of tbe skin cured quickly
by Banner Salve, tbe most healing
ointment in tbe world; 25 cents.
Everv family should have its house
hold medicine cheat and the first
bottle in It should be Dr. Wood's Nor.
way line Syrup. Nature's remedv
for .coughs and colds. : For sale by
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
3 ONE Q
S WHO IS TDK MOST f 8taA(,S 8
X POPCLAB M'OOryUAH f CEJTT. 5 g
O IS KOCK ISLAND t XjL
X I Believe Q
S U the
Q most popular Woodman. Q
Q (Ins tractions how to vote below.) Q
ONE OF MR. HOYT'S BEST
"A Day mad a Ifht" to Ba Caen Here
Charley Hoyt can gene' ally be do
pended npon to put op a good show,
and when one pav to s-e bis offer
ings, that one vi 1 ome pretty near
getting bis money's worth. Sach is
tbe case with his latest Hoytian ef
fort, to be seen in this city next Sun
day, Dec. 17. Wbite possessed of no
more plot than tbe I'gat opera of 'be
period, the scheme of w. rking in
clever vaudeville acts is so well woven
as to keep up jn-t enough interest to
make the p rf -rmancc agreeable
H.iyt't character are generally well
drawn, and tbe gniu be displays in
naoinii them ha become one of the
b igbi f-atures of tbe t ge of today.
In A D y and a'Nigbt" be gives bis
Kay old commodore th brave cog
nomen - Lvon Hart.'.. The commo
dore's son v.hlis been brought up
in the church, but who bat lua pater's
spo lint; blood gushing through bN
veins, blood which bursts forth into
complete mastery before the pNy is
over, has the frigid title. "Marble
Heart." The old seadog's wife is
called "Fuchsia," and at the bottom
of the program is a diagram of the
j"ke: '-The fiicbia." it says "is
a fluwer called by some people bleed
In e heart." So "much for the differ
ent styles of Hrt, around whom tbe
ae iuu timers. The other characters
have appropriate and amusing names
to go by. The brst act of the p'ay is
a stage "in full operation. ' one
m tfbt sav. Here fits the manager
aud his troupe, who resort to all forms
of subtetfuges to show their stalent.
The mysterie of the stage are re
vealed, for a scene is set in full view
ef the auiience, which is delighted
with tne ' business" brought out.
The story is briefly told. The youug
churchman comes to ew York to
select a church choir, fulls in with bis
father, who is determined the son
shall become more like bis parent
The y"Uiig man meets a lot of stage
lolks". wbo are masquerading as can
didates for tbe choir. He soon dis
plays his sporting qualities, and is
pronounced a winner by tbe oia man
HO WLINO BREKZKS.
Bowliag. Dec 1-1. William Daxon
was in Bowling tndav.
John Scarr is busy delivering corn
in Black Hawk.
There are a number of cases of
whooping cough here.
Mrs. John Den ick, of Bowling, is
visiting in Roi-k Island.
Curtis B. Ellis, of Rock Island, was
Been in Bowling Sunday.
Ernest Starker, of Tavlor Ridge, is
visiting at R bert Young's.
Mis Edith Derrick is visiting Mrs
George Gotobod. of B'ack Hawk.
Eward Daxon. of Center Station,
spent Saturday with his son, Ed.
All the children of tbe Pleasant
Rirtge school seem to be well pleased
with their new teacher, Henry liowen,
Dec. 12 George F. Roth to E. II
Gnver, lot 11, blcck 1, lots 15 and 16.
block 2. lots 19. 20 and 22, block 8,
lots 3. 4 and 11, and part lot 8, block
4. College Heights add., Rock Island,
Geoige B. Hanna to Gerhard II. W.
Ashorn, lot 19, Dodge's add., Rock
Island, f 900.
IS Jacob Stewart to Charles L
Dewrose, part lots 1 and 2, Stewart's
snbdiv., Moluie, $3,043.
Jacob Stewart to Fannie E. Aiken,
part lot 1, Stewart's aubdiv , Moiine,
S. R. Hattield bv master to Minnie
CI trk part lot 1. b'o -k 2, Healcy's
aubdiv., Moiine. sayu.ao.
Sarah Gregg to heirs of William
Killing, ej nej 21. 17. lw. f 4,160.
Miss Helen R. Piatt has on sale each
afternoon, and also teaches water col
ors and art novelties of all kinds for
gifts. Children taught carefully. Orig
inal pictures oi "Mistorio uia tort
Armstrong," with cave and iirt
bridge. Call at 606 Eighteenth street
"Blessed Uonr of Oar Dinners,"
Said the poet, and the meal is really
enjoyable when eaten at tbe dining
rooms oi tne Airs, diaric company.
151-153 Wabash avenue. Chicago, or
at the restaurant for men only, on
the seventh floor of the Association
building, 153 La Salle street, which
is also run by this company. The
cuisine and service are unexcelled.
Academy of tbe Visitation, conduct
ed by the sisters of the Visitation
2939 Fifth avenue, Rock Island. Tbe
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of tbe new academy
are now opened to Students.
Superior advantages in music, art,
elocution, physical culture and the
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them, also old running and fever
sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns,
warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,
chapped bands, chilblains. Best pile
cure on eartn. urives out pains ana
aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by Hartz & L'lle-
Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says: "I have used Foley's Honey
and Tar in three very serere cases of
pneumonia tbe past mouth witn gooa
. Try Vst-K-To
At Charles UlJemeycr's.
TU fM in Kiw Hum BC
GREAT. STOCK REDUCING SALE. .
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$8.93 all lined Boncle Jackets; reduced to , $5.98
f X2.00 silk lined light tan Kersey Jackets reduced to $8.9m
$13.50 and $15.00 silk lined Kersey Jackets in castor and black, reduced to $9 98
$3.00 misses' Rolf cloth jackets, reduced to '- $6.48
$7.50 30-inch long crushed plnsh capes reduced to $4.98
$3.98 seal plush capes. SO inches long, reduced to $5 98
Tremendous Reductions on AM
JS'O BITTER TASTK
NO SCBSTITCTE USED
C :) ,
III l" s
If you cannot obtain It from your dealer write or call oa the wholesale areata
LEMBURG DETLEFSON, Rock Island.
High Art Photography,
Fifteenth Street and Fourth Avenue,
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
Rock Island Savings Bank
Booh Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the vfflVi Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. Deposits.
MOXKT LOANxt OW. PZBSONAL COLLATERAL OH REAL ESTATE SECURITr.
3. M rtuford. President.
John Crubauph Vlee President.
V. Greaaawait. Cashier-
Begaa business Julr 2, MO and oecupUd
e. c corner oi suusneit
tonm at. rjuvum.
Shop 41 Serenteenth Si.
1,4 WDea8epcor?.d st"S
Jackets, Cf St Fur Collarettes, j
Neglected Colds Make
Scientitically combined, the best
grade of pure
Pure old Kentucky
together with herbs of medicinal
value makes the very best remedy for
the cure of
Colds, La Grippe and All Forms of
Taken be torn msaia restores appetite, talc' a
before retiring Insures slarp Tie genuine
bas or name on b'Ht'c as above. (A good
medicine to keep In the house.)
H. 8. Cabfcs,
John 'rub such,
H. V. Hull.
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. auford,
Solicitors ' Jackson and Burst.
BXXBT A. rAKIDOS)