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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
w Paciflo Railway Ticket
oan be purcha&ed or baggage
checked atK. LA P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, R. L & P.
depot, corner Fifth avenue and
Thlrty-nrst street. rankH Plummer, Agent
Denver Limited &Omabt...jt 3:10 am; 3:00 am
Ft. Worth. Denver AK.C..'t 5:0? am!10:35 pm
Minneapolis !t :W ami V:00 pm
umana ana Uea Moines :t f:no ami 1-10 pn?
lOiittDiA Minneapolis 12 0r an:;" 3:00 am
Omaha fc Lincoln Hi 7:.rS amjM:10 pm
iuenver, Lincoln & f imaba. ll:5ft pm t fl;3S am
Denver. Lincoln A Omaha.. 3:05 am it 3:05 am
De Moines Kx press j:i2:10 m't :S2 am
Rock Island Bureau Ac. I 4:30 ptcl 6:30 pm
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis. I : ami P:0S pm
Denver. Kt. Worth A K C S:fO aratl0:0 pm
IKansasCity StJoeAUnvr 11:10 pu t fl:30 am
IKock Island A VMblngton It:!fl pra.t 3:50 pm
unicaifo & uea Moines... it z:is pm ; 3:45 pm
Rock IfUan! A Mrooklyn Ac 5:?A prnit 7:40 am
zuniiuiit rtoctc inland... . 6:3a pm
f Chicago, ft Davenport I It 7:00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture. II)Liy. except Sun-
IDally except Saturday. All otaers dally. Tel
7CK ISLAND ft PEORIA
-"Hail way Depot Plrst ave
nue and Twentieth ntreet M
A. Patterson, (jencral 'amen-
per Agent. I'ansocger trains
leave C. K I. ft P. (Mo
ling avenue) depot nve (a)
minute earlier than time
given. C L. (.off. Agent.
6pr fe-neld, Cincinnati, I'eo ;
rla. etc t
Peoria. SprlEgBeld. St L.
Ls. etc .?-0S am
Peoria EiprcsM 7.3o pu.
Peoria, Springfield. Cincin
nati 1:4S ptr
Cable Accommodation 6:00 am
Cabld ft Sherrard sccom.. j
Cafie A Shirra-d Accom.. P:40 am;
CaMe ft Shrrard Accom . . 3:3i pml
daily; all other trains dally
ST PAUL railway Ka-
clne cl south western uivision
Depot Twenilerb street.
between First and Second
avenues. V. W. lireckln-
I i.rart I akkiv
Utii nnJ Kxpres i 7 m;
Bt. I'auI j.t7C9H j o pmj
Frelh. and acoom 1 6:0 pml
10 : !.) am
All trains diUy aicept Sunday.
T?T7RLIN'GTOV ROUTE C.
H. ft Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and bixteento
M. J. TOT7NO,
I 1.S4VB I AHKIVS
Hi L. SDrlnirfleld Peoria. I
Bur. Quln via Monmouth 6:SS am 7:16 pm
Chicago. Sterling, Clinton &: I
Dubuque. t 7:4P am t 8:40 pm
Pora, Beardstown, Bur !
Unpton. Denver and west 2 40 pm t:68 am
Bt- Paul Minneapolis ; 7:M pm B:15 am
Bterllng. Clinton ft Dubuque 7:60 pm t B:0 am
Bl I Kans C. Denver ft' I
Pao. coast via Galesburg 7:15 pml 6:65 am
Dally, t Dally except Sued y.
T A VENPORT. ROCK ISL-
and & Northwestern rall
wav "The Trl-Clty K ute "
PaNScrtger station at Kock
Island ft Peona depnfoot of
Twentieth street, r. Her
rv. U. P. A . Iavenport.
Iowa. City ticket orrtce, 14
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton. Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago. Omaha,
ivenver. Kock ford. Jaces
vlUe. Madison (leave Dav
enport Clinton. Cticago. Dixon.
Sterling ar. Davenport.
Cllnton.i (man. iouxClty.
Utah and I'ac-Lno Coast.
Clinton. Stcllng, Dlxon.
Chicago. Cedar Rapids.
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-
rllle. Madison. Rock ford.
Clinton. Denver. Omaha.
Trains marked dally,
All others dally ex-
Besi Dining Car Service.
na wrttf oa.
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LARGEST STOVE PUNT INTHEWtMPk
e or iKS II i y.
arc sold bjr
A Beautiful Woman
raalizc tl.t abur.dint hair
of i.c.i, youthful color al
a;i com;-ii::cs her attrac
iivcnc .T-. Tlic hair may be
f-Idcn, black or brmn. but
whe it becomes srray or
fad;J there L. in arrva,ncc
of ace ever, tiiougiishc may
Ir.ok anl feci J5 vnune as
ever. L'micr these circum
stance era hair is a draw-
Lack Co men and women. HAY'S
U a blessinir to thousands who now have a fine head
of hair. Insist on having Hay's Hair-Health. It
TJirfciy cleanse ihe mtIp. removes dindrjff and stops
fallia and hr-.ikinff ot the hair. One bottle does
It is tt.e rxprevsKin nf man who have had their gray
hair restored to yoatiifui color and their bald spot
covered mitn na:r alter usinjr one bottle.
Hay's ffalr-Health positively restorer (fray hair to
yj:hf if fieuty and color Is not a dye. Its use
cannot ne drtcrtfri it will mt stain the scalp orciolh
n.g. Prevents liair fai.u: aher much perspiration.
A k f r Hay' Hair-Health and refuse all substi
tute.. H.H.I I. is soid by leading; drueists everywhere,
cnt by epress. prepaid, in plain sealed package, by
i-.in r i i' r'l. v , - . -j nroaiway, i. a (so a j;c.
ulce Harfina Medicated .Soap, best soap for toilet,
Lalh, sk.ii and liair. Ail on receipt of 6oc. and this ad.
LARGE 50c. BOTTLES. AT ALL DRI GGISTS.
For sale exclusively by T. U Thomas.
The (Jerman English Sjecialist8
are well known and responsible
phjsicians. Their guarantee
means something. They are per
manently located. They devote
all their time to the cure of
chronic diseases. They have the
most complete office appliances
for the treatment of chronic di
seases (the eye, ear, nose, throat,
lungs and nervous system) in
the entire west. They have
cured hundreds of cases in the
tri-cities. They charge you
nothing for a consultation and
accurate diagnos'13 or your ail
ment. No matter what is wrong with
you it will pay you to consult
them. If your case is incurable
they will promptly tell you so.
CATARRH IN ALL
of nose, throat, stomach, posi
tively cured by new and im
proved methods. Diseases of
the lungs, consumption in its
first stages, bronchitis and bron
chial asthma, quickly cured.
Weak lunzs strensrhtened.
NERVOUS AND PRIVATE DIS
EASES OF MEN AND
Nervous debility and all condi
tions due to nervous exhaustion
or abuse permanently cured.
Varicocele hydrocele hemorn
rhoids and their accompanying
evils. A permanent cure guar
anteed in 10 days by our painless
method. No chloroform or ether.
Consultation and Examlaatlon
Der Demokrat Building
205 W. Third Street, Davenport.
Hours 0 to II a. m t to 4 and 7 to la m.
Sunday 9 to 14 a. m.
Jaclwi & Hurst, Attorney.
Slate of Illinois. i
Rock Lsland County. I3
In the circuit court, la chancery. Forecloa-
ure General No. 4TM.
Elmore H. s-t!Tord vs Clara Connor. Thomas
C. Otonor. Maunu Pearson. Acna Pearson.
Arthur I'earion -cd Clara Connor, admiats
tratnx of the estate of Andrew Pearson, de
ceased Notice Is hereby riven that bv virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the a!OTe en
title! ca-.ise. on tee four cent a day of J.ly.
D. I fhaiL on Saturday, the flrteemh
day of September. A. D. i)u. at the hourof t wo
o'rlocs in the afternoon, at the East door of the
Court Houe. in the city of Kork i!aid. in -id
county or kock island, tostiis'r said decree.
sell at public veniue t the h'rbeat bidder
for caa those certain p;-.r"ejof land. sitate in
toe ooumv of Mock Iand and state of
known and de.tcri-ed as follow, to-wit:
Lot ten lt and the north half of lot
eleven ll; in WilUam A. Nourse a addition to
ifci'.rd at Rock I!and. Illinois, this seventh
day of ABg-oat, A. D
Master la Chancery. Rock Island Counrr Dl.
jACiicji & Hckf I, Cocaiaiat Solicitor. I
D. VAN METER JOINS
THE SILENT MAJORITY.
David Van Meter, for years a resi
dent of Eock Island, died Sept. 7 at
Presidio. Cal.. while returning home
on sick leave from the Philippines,
where he bad been serving in the
United States army, having gone there
after the settlement of the war in
Cuba, in which he also participated,
Van Meter seme twenty years ago was
d eared in newspaper work in the
three cities. His last position was as
city editor of The Arucs. In his re p
ortorial capacity he wrote an article
criticising a crowd of young men, of
which John Staubach was leader.
Van Meter and Staubach Home days
afterward met in a saloon. Van Meter
had a pocketknife in his band. Stau
bach attacked bim. In warding off a
blow Van Meter cnt Staubach in the
head. The wound at the time was not
thought to be serious, but the next day
Stauoach was found dead, an autopsy
developing the fact that the knife
blade had gone through the skull and
penetrated the brain, causing a hem
orrhage and death. The grand jury in
cictea van Meter, lie pleaded stlt-
defense before a jury in the circuit
court and was acquitted. He there-
upon quit Rock Island. Since that
occurrence he has returned to visit
his old home only at long intervals.
V an Meter was 45 years of age. 11
was a son of David Van Meter, who
did at Memphis while serving in the
federal army. David, Jr.. had many
staunch friends in Rock Island, who
stcod by him through his trouble,
and all of whom will be grieved to
learn of his death. lie is survived by
two brothers and three sisters: John
Van Meter, Perry, Iowa, and William
an Meter, of Aledo, and Mrs. Clar
ence Gartin, Chicago; Mrs. William
Blea, California, and Mrs. Andrew
Hannah, Moline. He was also a
brother of the late Mrs. Phil Miller, of
this city The remains will probably
be interred at Aloline.
Emil Breunert. a former Rock Isl
and druggist, died suddenly of apoplexy
at bis home in Denver Saturdav of last
week. He bad been in business in that
city for 20 years. He leaves a widow
and four children, two sods and iwo
daughters. He was a member of the
Woodmen and of the Uruggists asso
ciation. Mr. Breunert was horn in
Warsaw, Poland, Dec. 1. 1846. He
was reared and educated in Germany,
coming to America when 15 years of
age. lie lived in kock and bt. luis
before locating in Denver, where he
conducted a drug store up to the time
of his death.
Examlaatlon of Teachers.
1'rof. Alired isayiis, slstte super
intendent-of public instruction, has
issued a circular letter con aining di
rections to be followed by the teachers
wishing to take the 1901 examinations
for stale certiucates. ihe examin
ation has been fixed for August 6 to 9,
l'JOl. and will be conducted at the da
pirtment of public instruction, the!
University of Illinois at Champaign
and at the normal schools at Normal
Carbondale, DeKalb, Charleston and
No Belief for Twenty Tears.
"I had bronchitis for 20 years,
said Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville,
III., "and at all times have bee a bed
fast. I never got relief until I bad
taken Folev's Honey and Tar. It is
pleasant and gives quick relief, and is
a sure cure for throat and lung dis
eases." Tak9 nothing else. For sale
by all druggists.
Sept. 11. Ellen Lloyd to C. J,
Toliver, si lot 19, blcck 3, Sinnet's
add , Rock Island, 11,000.
Sept. 12 Abby L. Morris to Esther
Acid in tt
kidneys are the cause
rf the acid bcin? tbere. If
the kidneys acicd as they
should they would strain the
Uric Acid out of tbe system and
rheumatism wouldn't, occur.
Rheumatism is a Kidney Disease.
Do-JJ's Kidney Pills have made
a rreat part of their reputation
curing Rheumatism. So get
at the fault of those fear
ful shooting pains and
tiff, aching joint.
There Is but
AND HEALING CURE
Ea&y and ple&nt to
a. Contains no in
It is Quickly ab
Gives relief at once
It opens and cleanses the Nasal Passage.
Allays Inflammation, Heals and Protect
the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste
and SmelL Large Size SO cents at D me
a1" "lai 31M IB otnu DJ Ball
ELY BSOTHI33. 5S Wairca St. Ktw York
i 1 jp i
Kale, si n48 feet lot 12, block 1, Mil
an, f 100
Edna Remer to Annette . Krell,
part lot 6, block 1, Spencer's add..
Rock l,land. S2.100.
David Schneider by heirs to Matilda
D. Ericfcson. wl lot 10. blocfc 4. ntts,
Gilbert & Pitts' add., Moline 1900.
John A. Hall et al to Lewis E
Waterman, part lot 5, assessor's plat
32. lot 24, 33. 18. lw. S10.
Albert Asweze to George H. Ei
wards, w 75 feet lot 5. block 8. Haldah
Thomas' add., Moline. $2,900.
DEMOCRACY OP SEW Y0EZ
Cctnplete m Ticket ond Adopts a Declara
tion of Principle.
Raratosa, N. Y., Sept. 13. For gov
ernor, John P. Stanchfield, of Che
mung; lieutenant porernor, William
Mackey, of Erie: secretary of state.
John T. Norton, of Rensselaer; comp
troller, Edwin S. Atwater, of Duchess;
treasurer, John B. Judson, of Fulton;
attorney general. Thomas F. Conway,
Russell R. Stuart, of Onondaga. This
was the ticket named by the Demo
cratic state convention yesterday.
When the will of the convention had
been finally registered (in a heavy ma
jority for Stanchfield for governor) ex-
Penator David B. Hill was first to pro
pose the unanimous nomination of "a
friend of lifelong standing, John B.
Stanchfield." This attitude proved so
spontaneously infectious that repre
sentatives of almost every county
which had opposed Stanchfield were
immediately upon their feet, and one
by one they were recognized by Chair
man Rains to second the nomination.
The nomination of the ticket went
through without opposition.
The platform Ijegins with pledging
the lemocracy of New ork anew to
the principles and policies of Jefferson-
Ian Democracy and Indorsing the plat
form adopted by the last Democratic
natoinal convention. It makes "the
burning issue" that.of imperialism and
ratifies and indorses '"the nomination
for the presidency of William J. Bry
an, a statesman of "undoubted patroit-
lsni ana independence, enjoying in at
marked' degree the confidence of his
fellow citizens. Relative to trusts the
platform specifically condemns "the
corporate combination known as the
ice trust and denounces all combina
tions of capital known as trusts."
BRITISH ARMY HOSPITALS.
Inquiry Into the Charare Made by Bur-
dett-t'ontU and Others.
Pretoria, Sept. 13. Lord Roberts,
when giving evidence before the hos
pital commission that is inquiring into
the charges that have been made
against the administration of the mili
tary hospitals in Soutn Africa, em
phasized the enormous difficulties that
had to be overcome. He said bethought
that no blame attached to tho home
authorities, and that in his opinion the
army medical corps, assisted by civil
ian surgeons, had met the difficulties
Lord Stanley, the principal censor.
denied that criticisms on the hospitals
had leon suppressed. He declared that
Hurdoft-f'outts (Conservative memler
of parliament for Westminster, upon
whose charges the agitation resulting
in the appointment of the commission
was hased. was ordered from Bloem-
lontein solely because his presence
there led others to ask permission to
come. Lord Stanley asserted that
Burdett-Coutts said that unless he
were allowed to remain longer he
would be compelled to make an unfa
vorable report regardlpg the hospitals.
I Burdett-Coutts, when he returned to
England gave a terrible picture of the
condition of a hospital at Bloemfon-
ROOSEVELT AT BROOKINGS.
Republican tac:r Pat in Another Hard
Brookings, S. D., Sept. 13. The spe
cial car of W. D. Contillon, general su
perintendent of the Cihcago and North
western Railway company, was at
tached to Roosevelt's special train
yesterday and the railway officials
placed their private coach at the dis
posal of the many callers and commit
tees sent out in advance to escort Gov
ernor Koosevelt to their respective
towns. During the day many recep
tions took place and numerous
speeches were made from the platform
of the car and from specially arranged
street stands around which the inhab
The feature of the day was the out
door meeting held near tbe courthouse
grounds in a tent at this place. A
torch light procession escorted thegov-
ernor's carriage through the streets of
the city, which were lined by crowds
of men and women and children. Tbe
tent was filled. At a late hour Gov
ernor Roosevelt retired to his private
coach exhausted and happy to rest
after a hard day's work.
Salt Against the Flonr Trust.
Milwaukee. Sept 13. The Central
Trust company, of New York, yester
day instituted foreclosure proceedings
against all of the property of tbe Unit
ed States Flour MilllDg company, com
monly known as the flour trust. The
bill asks that all of the property be
sold, the company having failed to
make the first payment of interests
under a mortgage dated May 1, 1809.
issued to cover a bond issue for $15,-
HEWS PACTS IN OUTLINE-
lt is eleven years since there was a
prize fight for tbe championship of
Chicago has 51,755 more males than
females, according to the federal cen
Laborers are so scarce in Switzer
land that they have to be Imported not
only from Italy, but Bohemia and Si
W. P. Wagner, cashier of the Citi
zens' National back of Green Bay.
Wis., will leave ehortly for an extended
The tenth annual reunion of the
Third regiment. Wisconsin Veteran In
fantry, will be held at waopun, Wis.,
beginning Sept. 17.
A St. Lonls (Mo.) negress helps her
husband crack stone- in one of the
streets. She says she would rather do
so than wash clothes.
The Tyler family, of which Presi
dent Tyler was a member, held a re
union at Philadelphia. Members were
present from fifteen states.
STORIES OF SUFFERING.
Continued from First Page.
got off the boat, and there was not one
but declared that after the gale struck
the boat he believed that she never
would see land again. .
Conneaat. Ohio. Sept. IS. The tug
which went to the supposed scene of
tbe steamer Lvons' disaster at day
light found no trace of the vessel or
crew. Eleven persons are believed to
have cone down with tbe steamer
Tuesday night. Five survivors drifted
ishore yesterdav afternoon near here.
lashed to a mast. The Lyons carried
a crew of 16.
FBIOOTFCL KAIL WAY ACCIDENT.
Of Sixteen Persona. Nearly All Women,
Nine Are Dead, Six Badly Hnru
Cairo. Ills.. Sept. 13. The special
car of the Duncan Clark female min
strel troupe was wrecked at Mounds
yesterday afternoon, and of sixteen oc
cupants nine are dead and six others
seriously injured, some of them per
haps fatallv. The dead are:: Alice
Williams. Ollie Euright, Etta Tatter'
son, Patrick Patterson, Marguerita
Coinpella. Anna Bell. Betty Ruby, Kit-
tie Howard and Faith Hamilton.
Seriously injured: Ettie Foye El
liott. May Martin, Otis Well and Dun
The injured are all In the hospital
here. Duncan Clarke, the manager,
will probably recover. Patrick Patter
son, the only man who was killed, was
tin cook. He was hurled from the
car and struck the switch stand. Etta
Patterson, his wife, was horribly in
jured, a large piece of wood beinj
driven through her right shoulder. A
special train was hurried from this
city to the scene with Dr. . .urans-
lead. tne company s physician, and a
corps of nurses on board. They did
what they could to relieve the suffer
ing. The dead were taken in charge
by tha coroner of Pulaski county.
The wreck was caused by the break
ing of a wheel on the theatrical car.
PRESIDENT'S NIECE WEDDED.
One of the Swelleat A flair Ever Seen In
Somerset, Ta.. Sept. 13. The Mc-
Kinley-Baer wedding which last even
ing united the lives of Miss Mabel
McKinley, the only child of Mr. and
Mrs. Abner McKinley, and Dr. Her-
manus L. Baer, was perhaps the most
elegant from many points of view ever
witnessed in this state.
The presence of President and Mrs.
William McKinley, the uncle and aunt
of the bride, together with other
prominent people from various parts of
the United States, gave dignity and
tone to the affair. The appointments
were superb and the gowns of the la
dies were remarkable for their beauty.
Colonel W. C. Brown, of New York
was master of ceremonies.
One fen ut re of the occasion was the
fact that that it was strictly a temper
ance function. .o wines or any kind
were served at the wedding dinner.
The bride and groom left about mid7
night on a westward . journey. Tbe
guests nearly all left for home today.
'4ne president and ms party leit on
their special train at 11 a. m.
THE MARKETS. ,
Chicago Orain and Produce.
Chicago. Sept. 12
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat open. Hign. iw.
October "5, .7bM
November .. .76 .76V ..4ft
SeDtember .. .4ij" .4U .ul .suy4
October 3 .39 .38V4 .38
November .. .36 .36 .36 .36Vi
September .. -21-Ti .21 .21 .21
October 22 .22 .21 .21
November .. .22 .22 :n .22
October 11.40 11.52 11.27 11.52
.. .11.30 11.35 11.20 11.3a
September .. 7.55
7.57 7.43 7.57
7.37 7.32 7.40
6.02 5.95 6.02
uutier fcxtra creamery,
20c per lb:
extra dairy. lc; packing
stock. 13Sllc. Eggs Fresh stock.
15c per doz. Lve poultry Turkeys, 7
9c per lb: chickens, hens, 8c; ducks.
7ec; geese, J3.5Uiia.w per goz. pota
toesFair to choice, 3337c per bu. Ap
ples Jl.OO 2. 50 per brl.
Chicago Eive Stock.
Hoct Estimated receipts for the day.
33,000. Sales ranged at 4.00fio.20 for
pies, lo.255.65 for light, $5.0O(g.5.15 for
rough packing, 5.1o&5.60 for mixed and
$5.205.55 for heavy packing and ship
ping lot?, with the bulk of the sales at
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 16.500. Quotations ranged at $.".75
(S6.10 for choice to extra steers, Jo.4o
5.80 for good to choice do.. 14.8535.35 for
fair to good do., I4.s06i4.80 common to
medium Io., $4.254.60 butchers' steers.
4:9O'&5.70 fed western steers. 13. 20114. W
smokers and feeders, 12.20(34.40 cows
53. 50 4.90 neiiers. J.itiz44'i bulls ana
oxen, 14.00 4.&0 stags. 13.504.60 Texas
steers. $3.7005.00 grass westerns and
$5.0fl'g7.25 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 15.000. Quotations ranged at $2.99
64.00 westerns, $Z.30&4.00 natives. $4.10
fr3.90 western lambs and $4.005.85 na
Milwaukee. SDt. 12.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. "
c: No. 2 northern. 74U76c. Rye
Steady; No. 1. 53c. Barley Firmer:
No. 2. 52c: samDle. 40&5Uic. Oats-
Lower; No. 2 white, 25c
Cora 38 to 4c.
Oat Ne m 23c to zso.
Hay Timothy, S7 6 jatS; prairie, W to $7 50.
Butter Choice to fair, 19c; treah creamery.
Hen So per pound.
Snrln chlckena, 1150013 Per dozen.
1 urteeys 80
CatUe Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
ViiQ&e: 00 ws and holier, Se&4e; calves, 4cQ
Sprlnf Lambs IS. S0CS3-ML
Hog tB-uOOW x
For Infants and Children.
Tba Kl&j Yea Hare Ahrajs BsngM
Bigs rait of
siirrilatlng CicTcod and Regula
nes and Res t.Con tains neither
Opnim.Morphine nor Hmc.ral.
jBn?e Obl nSWCZUH UlLS
ATJcrfect Remedy for Cons lipa
Hon. Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoca,
oess and Loss OF Sleeb
Tic Simile Signature of
EXACT COPT OT WHAPPEB.
Kidney Troubles, Nervous Prostration, St. Vitus' Dance,
Nervous Weakness, Premature Old Age, Melancholy,
Paralysis, Loss of Memory, Female Complaints, Neural
gia, General Debility, Scrofula, Boils, Pimples, Blood
Diseases, Chronic Cough and Wasting Diseases.
It helps men and women over the hard places in life
restores nerve force makes life worth living an unfail
ing remedy, without an equal.
Invaluable for women
at the critical period
Sold by druggists generally. If not found at
it will be sent prepaid on receipt of Sl.oo per
or six bottles for $5.00. Address
DR. I. A. DETCHON,
SPECIALIST ON RHEUMATISM AND NERVOUS DISEASES,
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue, Mock Island, and fiuttt
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport, Iowa.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Sick and disgusted with tbe last lot of
oal yon bouicbt, eh? Did cot (ret
it here did your Know better
tbistiGQ. Experience may b a little
dear, mit it's woitb tbe getting when
it lead you to make your purcn-tAeH
of beat producers of Kr:er. Coal
bought tta-re cook and beau well and
leaves litlie ash no clinker."
E. G. FRAZER.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
keep yoa well. Our trad
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never aol
In bulk. Accept no aubsL!
Knseaaruta vte. Asa your ftnrrpjw ,
bm S laiiM
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMC CCNTAUPJ COMPANY. NCW VOttft CITY.
The wo7iderful health
. 11 ' 1 u
1 a ir
NI . It f f
all failing health, Stomach, Liver, Heart and
IT'S A HOT SUBJECT
To talk about Junt now. but your in
terest demand It. Summer prices
and clean, dry, reliable coal aro
now obtainable. W bardie Cross
Creek. Lehigh, and PocabontaM
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth
Notice is hereby iven that tbe underlk'nod
ba beet appointed aafclanee of tbe Twin ;ity
Puritld Milk Company, a corporation, and all
personii boldifitr any c aim ora.iim aainnt
sa d tbe Twin-City lurilled Milk Company, aie
hereby notified to present the same o me,
u der oath or affirmation, within three month
fr m this date, wnetber sld claims are due or
not. All persons lndi bled to said nisloor are
requested to make prompt payment of the
Uaied A Uffust 7, 1 J0.
QufiV. T. Roth. Awrijfnee.
JACK30S &HCB3I and W.J. KSTBIKI.
Attorney ior Aiftnb. -