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THE ATJGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1900.
If Houscwprk Is had work without GoldDusf j
TO WASH COLORED
A great many persons who live on farms rod I j
have lo do Ibeir own wasting, used colored table
lioen lo save washing. Tc crp them looking
new and from fading use a little
Gold Dust Washing Powder
in the wash water, and dry in the shade. It Is pi
monderful how long a pretty rti fable cloth will
keep its freshets Hashed this way. Wash red
or colored napkins the same way.
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THE M. K. FAIBSaNK COMPANY,
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PULPIT AND PEW.
The Young People's Endeavor so
ciety will bare charge of the evening
service at Memorial Christian tomor
row. The topic will le "Things That
Kndure." This is the l'Jth anniver
sary of theCbristian Endeavor. There
are now 57,000 societies, and a uieni-
service. Wednesday evening meet
at 7 MO. Readies: rooms oven every af-
nuoD. except Sunday, from 2 to 4.
M. C. A. builoiag, corner 01 Tturu avenue
acd Nineteenth street. Services at 3:30 p. va.
Is the Best
That's why buying
furniture at our store
is the most profita
ble in the long run.
WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU
You'll miss it if you
don't see us before
Cleiam k Salman
Cor. Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
aw" W W M
A SURE MEDIGME.
Hlimom, Va., Dec. II.
I have been au Bering from femalo weak
taeaa for four years, and have taktn many
medicine, but Wine of Cardui anil Black
Draught have done more for me tLan any
HR3. CAROLINE EVANS.
It is l mistake to tike any and every kind of medicine when you are
sick. There is dinner in it. Most of the so-called cures for female
weakness" do nothing more than deaden the pain temporarily, and when
the effect ears away the patient is weaker and sicker than before. It is
never wise to take chances. You have only one lite, and that is dear and
precious. If you have any pain, ache, disorder or weakness in the femi
nine organs, nothing u ill help you like Vv"ine of Cardui. It helps do
away with morning sickness dunn the early stages of pregnancy, and
modifies the pairs of childbirth; recovery is rapid and future health is
assured. The w me is purely veg
etable, betn? made of herbs whose
medicinal properties act directly
upon the organs of womanhood.
It is a long-tried remedy, and has
many years of success behind it It
is sure. Why take I chance nudicine when you can get a sure medicine?
Druggists sell Large Bottles for SLOO.
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BfcVK Its I", . battmnootn. Tenn.
JOKX M. FAKIDOsT.
HKjTBT A. PAKTDO
PARDON 5e SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlacr, Etc,
KEV. W. W. KF.Ki;.
bfrship of over 3.500,000. Tlie pro
gram will be composed of special mu
sic and talks. '
The evangelists. Kerr and .lohnt.
inanimate revival services at the
Methodist church tomorrow. They
will have charge of the services
throughout the dav. These gentle
men come iH-'arin"; the very highest
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
HKV. J. K. JOHNS.
ere lentials. They are not, sensation
alists and their cam paign in our city
There will Imj services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinity KplseopM. corner of Sixth aventi
and Nmeteentli street. Kev. It. F. Sweet. S T.
I) , rector. Sunday selioul at l:l." a. m. Matins
unci celebration at lu:l." n. m. Kv u soui; at
7::i p. ra.
Trinity Kplscopal, corner of Fourth avenue
and Seventh street. Kev. R. V. Swtei. S. T. U..
rector. Sunday school at 1M. Kven toi:K at
?:: p. m.
St. Joseph's Uooian Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Thomas Mitckin. dean and pastor. Mas-S at s a.
m. and 10::0 a. tn. V'espera at 3 p. m. Sunday
school at l" p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Twenty
eighth street and Filth avenue. Kev. J. F lxick
ney. pastor. Mass at h and I0::!0 a. m. Sunday
school at '1 p- iu. Vespers at 7:30 p. ra.
St. Mary k iierman Chluo.ij, corner of Fourth
avenue and Twenty-second ftreet. Rev. F. .1.
i'oettkin. pastor. Mass at S and 10:30 a. m.
Vespers at 3 p. tn. Sunday school at 'J:30 p. no.
German Lutheran, cornet of Twer.tieih
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A. Mennicke
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:3u p m.
Urace Kntriisb Lutheran, corner of Kortv
fourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev. Joseph
I.. Murphy pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
;:: p. in.
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. irl 1-1 Slatt.
pastor. Services at lo a. m and 7:3 p. in.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. Seventh ave
nue. Kev. J. ;. Iahltr, pastor. Services at
10:45 a. m. and p. tn. Sunday school at il:i0
iJerman F.vaneellcal. Ninth street, hetwei n
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Kev. J. F. .1 anke pas
tor. Services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday bChool
at it a. m.
First Haptist. corner of Third avenue and
Fifteenth street, Kev. Ceorue H. Simons, pas
tor. Services at lo:4" a ui. a'id 'i:M p. ra.
Morcinr subject. Satisrafclion:' eveoinif.
' The I'iper's l.aui'nt. " rtiinanee of Lord s
supper in conne'iion wlibuiorninK srvi -e.
Sunday sclmol at v.M a iu.. S. J. Woouir,
superintendent. II. V. 1. V. at 6::t0 p. m.
Junior Union at 2:10 p. tn.
Free Swedish mission, corner of Kleventh
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Prayer meetlnif Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Kmanuel Baptist Mission, 447 Forty-four' n
street. Sunday school at 3 n. tn. li. II.
Vi's n. superintendent. Devotional service
at T:.I'J p. ni.
second Haptist. Tenth street and Sixth ave
nue, Kev. K. 1 Wilson, pastor, services at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school from 1
to 1 p m.
S w edLsh Haptist, corner of Twenty-first street
and Fifth avenue, l'reuchini; at 10 4r a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. hy Kev. K. Kosuiark.
First Methodist, oorner or Firth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Kev. C.
Dastor. Services at 10:4 a. m
Services eo .dix'ted by Kvanif. lists Ke rand
Johns, who will hold ineetms durntr the
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your .mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
ami other aches. You ouly need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
iu liquid form, to make you satis lied
there is nothing serious the matter
w ith you. Sample bottles free at T. II.
Kheonuatlaiai Cared la m Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 8
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable ami mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
tirst dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto (Jrotjan. 1501 Second
avenue, Rock Island; (Justave Schle
gel & Son, 2-0 West Second street.
la ven port.
To Stop a t'old.
After exposure, or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a doe of Foley's
Honey and 'far. It never fails to stop
a cold if taken in time. Take noth-
t liiB K;nd Yau Have Always Boutfi
CUTS ADMISSION PRICE.
Ten Cente to Uet Into the IndostrlaU
Uouie Association Fair.
At a meeting of the Industrial
Home association last night it was
deciden to cut the admission to the
foithcomiug fair from 15 to 10 cents.
This, the association believes, will be
a popular move, and will encourage
Ben F. Iinhof has beeu engaged to
arrange entertainment for the fair,
which is to open Feb. 23 at Armory
Taxes for the year lsas) are due.
Parties having personal tax and no
real estate will be expected to make
immediate payment. The penalties
pre-cribed by the statute will be en
forced for nonpayment of personal
taxes after notification by postal card
or otherwise. Otlice witli Hull & Co.,
real estate and insurance ageuts.
Room 21, Mitchell & Lyude building.
Advert lord List of Letter No. S.
List of letters uaea'led for at ihe postoiflee
at K ck Island. Feb. 3. 1900:
Haha. Mary. Mackenzie. I.ila.
Haker. Clarence. M-wrv. Audrey. Mrj ,
Collon. liattie M.. McNeHic. Mrs .
H am iu e4.. Sterner. J. D.
Hauiuie-. Kd ward. Jr., SetU-. Charl?i H.,
llaeabu'h. C. 11 Stoddard. A. D.
Krenier. Will, Woelfel. 'Jo.,
I .in tor. Chai ies. VVamp. Ch tries J .
Mat: uet. L J.
When calling for advertised letters please
give 1 si number.
Thomas II. Thomas. Postmaster.
l.lreuaed to Wed.
WilHam H Wilson Rok Island
Mis.s Jessie A. Turner Clinton. Iowa
I have ahvtys used Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine, and think it
the best in the world," says Charles
HtMider, a newsdealer of Krie, Pa. All
Some of the Cured
CUAKLES W. TI I FETT,
Tippecuuoea I &.
CureJ of I'arj.tyn.
MorlU Vakuna, W'uti.
Ou red of iocoriooriwnu.
Mrs. M. C. WHITE,
Mason, W. Va.
Cured of 1'arulisis.
Mrs. IIARUIET BEGOLE,
Cured of lUrtml lrulyi.
ytt9. EMILY SEAMAN,
SI De ittst., I'.ullulo, N. Y.
Oirtxf of Xcrvuus J'rostratton.
Mrs. IL T. SALISBI KY,
11 Follett SU, Paw tucket, R. I.
Cured of Locomotor -4(ujtiu.
II. N. WARNER,
Currcl of JUrutysn
Cured of i'aralytn.
O. IL SNYDER,
M Lawreni1, TCan.
Curtd of Crecjjinj i'uralyiu..
Mrs. MINNIE FIEDLER,
MU l'ieuuiut, Iowa.
Cured of Ht. Vitus' Itancc.
The above o re a f4vv cases from
hundreds cured ty lr. Williams'
Pink Pills. If you are a nervuua
sufferer, write ua. Advice will coat
,i2aX TJZZ. li
That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
K for Pale People have cured ob
stinate cases of locomotor ataxia,
partial paralysis, u;;.l St. Vitus'
dance, is the best evidence that
they will cure all lesser nervous
disorders, because the principle in
the treatment of all nervous dis
eases is the same. Nervousness is
a question of nutrition. Food for
the nerves is what is needed and
the best nve food in the world
for Pale People
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are never
sold bf the doien or hundred, but always In pack
ages. At all druggists, or direct from the Or. Wil
liams Medicine Company. Schenectady. N. V., 60
cents per box. 6 uoes $2.50.
Department Store After-Inventor Sale
We have finished our annual inventory. We have tried to keep the stock clown, but do what we will we
always, on looking over our stockbook find in every department some items that we overlooked and do not
wish to carry over so that we can keep our stock up to the hih standard of excellence we aim lor. We
must sacrifice this surplus stock at prices that will interest the most economical people. A word to the
wise is sufficient.
vjj One lot boys' soiled shirts, sizes
to 14, sold for 25c and 3oc.
fi while thev last, each
Boys" wool mittens, 25o one..
JS Mens' 25c suspenders. ir p.tir
j&j Ladies' and gent's satin string
i-flJ ties, each
Men's fancy colored shirts left
! &jJ from our select holiday line,
if! sold at 75j, l and $1.25,
! &i now 09C
6 dozen strictlv all wool shirts and
drawers that sold lor f I, to
close out the line 5SC
Men's oiid underwear iu wool and
yA lleece lined, that sold from 5oj up
f& tol, all on the job table
r for 25C
Men's blue Jersey ribbed shirts and
5j drawers slightly lleeced, a lirst-class
lS o;ariiient and srlls regularly for 75c.
Supply yourself for next win
S ter 42c
Men's work gloves and mittens.
4 Kverythinjr that is lined. We are de-
' 4 termined not to carry them over,
: you get them at almost your o
M Men's black satin Teck ties,
sold for 25e. this stle 5c
Jvlf These prices give 3-ou onl' a fa'.nt
. and T::w d m. , aj eral throughout the whole store, and
fi, if you are looking for bargains now is
coining week. Sunday school at i:30 a. m. rV your opi)0rtunity.
Junior Iea'ue at :30 d. m. I'.Dvrorth Leuirue L:.'
Chihlren's jersey ribbed vests
Children's camel hair vest
Hoys' camel's hair drawers,
tleeeed lined, ages 2, .', -1 and
Mise' and boys' all-wool natural grav vests aad pants, worth OCr
50e, now '. . .' L.J
lleece lined union suits, worth 75c, 4"2C
pants, the 50c ijtiality, QfJ
Hovs' natural gray shirts and drawers
Ladies' ecru jersey ribbed ve-sts and
heavv lleeciug, for
Junior League at Z.'IO p. m. l'.p worth League
at 6:3n p. m
Gerniao Methodist, corner of Sixth avenue voa . ....
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. L. Litzrodt 1 7 AOf0lS &nd Small WarCS Ah
pastor. Services at lO-A.t a. m. and 7::iO p.
Sunday school at b:15 a. m., J. J. HeU. super
Intendent Kpwortn L.engue at 7.
Leairue at 2 p. m.
African Methodist, Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. H Thomas, pastor.
Services at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 12:30 p. m.
Broadway lresbyterl an, corner of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S.
Marquis., pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:: p. ni. Morr.iro? subject. "Christ's Spirit of
i o erati ' n:" evenlnir. - A Mxlel ruth seek
er." Preceding reular morti iif erviee
the pastor wiil address the coildren on
Wolves in Sheeps'Cloth:.nf " Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Youne people's meetiay; at d:15
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Flfteentn streets. Rev.
Ira W.Allen. Jr.. pastor. Servi-esat 10:45 a.
m. and 7 :W p. ui. Sunday school at W:15 a. tu.
Vounif people s uucenuu at i:3t p. m.
United Hrejibyterlan. Thiro avenue acd Four
teenth street. Kev. D. I McXary. pastor.
Services at lir:45 a. m an! 7:3 p. in. Sunday
school at V.M a. m. Y. P C. V. at 7 p. m.
Atken Street Ctapei, PresDytenan. outb
Rock Island. Rev. L W. Allen. Jr.. pastor: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Kodeavnr
J Castile soap, per cake.
" r ( " i ? iuu varus sewing an..
7:30 p. m. ' varus threai, black ami white.
j w m - mm-
$Ai ways L,neapesi ncrc.
One set dress stays lc
Xj Card hooks and -yes
Shoe strings, per pair
ti Safety pins, 1 dozen on card. . . ,
fit Key rings
Mourning pins, per card
Colored darning cotton
t Hair pins, per paper
Tj 1'aper pins
Silk twist, 10 yard spool
KS Luigtry curler, per package. . .
Black pant butt on , per do. . . . .
'53 Black shoe buttons, per doz . . . .
l5 Bone hair pins
t Aluminum thimbles lc
South Park Cbapel. Presbyterian, Elm street
and Fifteenth avenue. Kev. W. S Maroni-i.
pastor; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Reopenirc;
. i ..l f . . i - n P.. T TXT Cli-m. ftsvn naa. 1
tor. Serv.ees at n:4.s a. ru. and ,: p m- vuiuesc uuii wax.. .
Morning suOjeet. - Speci alUts li Uoi s Sr- Muci'a"e. Der bottle.
In the eentna- an i-.ni -av jr aay i ro t - n .. . .
and white stay blading.
Black safety pins, per box
trratn. Sunday school at V lb a.
C. K. at 6.JU p. m ti
Twenty-nlntD 9treet Sunday School. Chrur
Uan. Seventh avenue andTwenty-ninta street.
Rev. T. W. Grafton, pastor. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Charle . w ana;iin. upenntenoent:
MM Clta T anner. Mcrcirj. rrajciumuif
Wednesday eveninic at 7:45.
Salratioo Army Uarracks, l1" Second are-
enue. acnrices aa follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m., Bolweas meeting" at iitju av. at., ennst-ans
meetlnc at t p. m-. sairatlon meetina; at 7:30
""First Church -it Christ. Scientist. Twenty
ihird street between Seventh and Nfnth
avenues. Servictsat 10:45 a m. ard7:tp m.
Humect for both momina- and. evecin-.
l-SvaL" Sunday kChoul follows the to ru-
r.j Home iinen tnrcau, oiacai.
l-3 Pine tar soap, per cake,
ft Bfack stocking darners.
Extra heavy ladies' black and wool
double mittens, always 25c, for. 15c
Ladies' black and wool fancy back
(Vj double mittens. 33c. nowfof .. ..20c
- r.xir-a cue Jjuainv iamct uiacK
MEAD THIS. This is an opportunity you can't afford to over
look to repl-inUh your table linens and napkins. Keinember this week
we will give you a clean cut price of .'! per cent or 1-5 on the leguUr
price. (Joods are advancing all along the line and you will not l
able to buy linens so cheap again for come months to come. This in
cludes all bleached, half bleached, unbleached table damasks; also,
lunch cloths, etc. (ioods are -all marked in plain ligures and discount
will be taken otT the bottom of your bill 20 p-r cent.
Hot Prices for Cold Wave in Bedding Department.
SECOND FLOOK-TAKK F.I.KVATOlt.
Full sized bed comfortu s
Single bed comforters, fancy
robe prints on one side
and turkey red on the QQ
Single bed comforters.
robe prints on both
sides, cros stitched,
(Jood .juality bed comfort- FQ
ers, largor for JJi
Full sized bed comforters,
turkey red lined, while 7C
thev last, at I Jl
extra quality of robe QQp
print, heavyronly .... Ow
French sateen covered
nead rest, we have too
many, cheap at 25c,
Silkfiline sofa pillows, 10-
inch, sijiiare eugc, with
fancy cord, cheap at
1-S-ineh French sateen sofa
pillow with down lill
ing. 3-inch rutlle, worth CO
75c, now OCU
Saxony mittens, worth 40c, now 25c
Black and Colored
Special inducements to those who want to buy staple dress goJs
that will prove irresistible.
Double fold plaid suitings, usual price 12. for this sale, per
Double foil black mohair jaojuarJs. usual price 25c, for this
stle, per yard
42-inch novelty suitings, a big assortment, Usuil price U'Jc,
for this sale, per yard
40-inch fancy wool cords, usual price 55c, for this sale, per
40-inch all wool boucle, usual price 5Sj. for this sale, per
Priestley's blak diess goods, usual price fl and $1.25, for this
sale, per yard
This ilepartiueiit is now in shape O
for the HUM i business. (Mdsand ends J,
cleared out. Stock fresh and cN-m ,1
and new goods now (tuning in. Our 1
etT.trts will lie r renter than ever to X?
please, and we promise our custom- v.y ' ,
ers the best o values at nil times.
We have just opened a case of im- ;f
ported china which reached us too JvP
lato for the holiday trade, an I we y ,.,
have placed it on our counters at t
prices that will move it quick:
Toothpick holders, old dee-
Tea cups and saucers, gold dec
Tea pot stands, gold decoration,
Cream pitchers, neat Moral dec
Oat meal bowls, neat Moral dec
Cream pitchers, neat Moral dec
Sugar bowN, tn-at Moral decora
Ice cream plates, neat Moral
Bread plates, ne.it Moral decor
Salad dishes, gold tiimmcd,
Cake plates, open handle, each.
Sugar and cream s;ts, each ....
Cup. saucer and plate sets,
Pin trays, each
Spoon trays, each
We have a large list of thesis goods fJ
and many others that will interest 91
you. ' fi
toe t3 I
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Marc;il(iM In Our .lewelry Heimrtoieiif.
New (roods arriving. Note-
H dav strike oak clocks, fullv
guaranteed, only $I.9H
8-day st l ike aUrm. fully guar- jr
anteed, nly 2. OS ffi
8-day enamel wood clocks, fully yi
-day enameled iron clock, fully
guaranteed, only .
o. 75 , ;
1-day porcelain, linely decorat
1-day nickel alarm clocks
lingers' teaspoons, per M.t,
Ko"ers' tablespoons, per set,
M.ly - 1.9S
Bogers' pie knives, worth $1.50,
Sterling silver teaspoons, per fJ
set, only 3.75 01
Sterling silver sugar shell.
A fine line of cut glass, Dresden tj.
vases, watches, jewelry and novelties, yi
All kinds of watch, dock and jewelry 5
repairing and engraving promptly
do'ne. All work guaranteed. 5vj
--4 U tax.-