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THE AHG-UJ9. WEDNESDAY,. OCTOBER 17, 1000.
GOTHAM OVATION TO BRYAN
Continued from First pace.
What is Warner's Safe Cure?
A scientific liquid vegetable preparation.
How long has it been in use?
Publicly twenty-one years, and in all
prts of the civilized world.
Q. What does it cure ?
A. All forms of Kidney, Liver and Bladder
Q. Are many cures vouched for?
A. Nearly one million unsolicited testimon
ials from men and women in all walks of life are
y. Is it pleasant to the taste?
A. Exceptionally so, and perfectly safe to
take by youri or o!d, under any and all condi
tions. Q. Where can it be procured?
A. Of all druggists. The largest bottle
the greatest benefit. It is the kidney and 1
medicine of the world to-day.
r-P"re tiaronle of Warner's Saf Cure ent on aprll aton.
Ad'lreta. WAKXKKS SKK CURB CO. Kjiieter.
I ond day's campaign in Ohio at Dela
ware at 8 this morning, lie addressed
an anuience 01 o.ouu at westeyan
university chapel, many of .whom had
been assembled since 6 o'clock. The
speech was enthusiastically received.
A large crowd met the governor at
Marion, the next stop.
Columbus. O.. Oct. 37. Not once
f-irsrp tit ST:it Blame demonstration
in ISiO has this rity been so crowded
with visitors as it was last nl?ht, the
occasion of tho appearance licre of
Governor Tloosevolt. Every hotel wa
lull and thoinauds if those who came
to le.ir or fee the :ovcrur were oared
for at tha Homes of residents of Co
lumbus. Ten speeches made to large
audiences after leavins Cincinnati at
Woman Knowo Woman.
I as4 Win of Csrdol
Touisoi and weaknati In tue
womb. After taking one bottle (
was well again. I am m midwjfs
nd always rrcommantl Wine of
Cartful to ray lady frlnds during
pregnsnc-T and after blr'.ta as a tonic.
Brvry laly who tks It finds that
It doer even, mora abas la claimed
MBS V. M. BOISYEBT.
Nobody knows woman like woman. Men go to medical colleges,
study books and listen to lectures. They learn indirectly of the diseases
of women, but they are men and can never fully understand the ailments,
the sufferings, the agomes of mothers, wives and sisters. A woman
knows. Mrs. Bossvcrt knows. She has pissed throuch the trials
ind tribulations of her sex. he has been near by when her sisters suf
fered. She has seen them relieved and cured with Wine of Cardui. Is
it any wonder she recommends it? Is it any wonder that thousands
of other women recommend it.
They know. They have ac
tual experience to prompt them.
Thev spread the tidings from
rionth to mouth, telling how Wine
of Cardui heirs vounz rirls, helps
the weak of all ages, helps and cures all womanly ills.
UOIfS' AOVISOUT BEPaRTMCRT.
For allc In rsaep rqnlrtnr plal
dlrftnifi. ml.lr.. Hiving v rniiom.
Lain Ktlnt) D-i'u Ik t HAT rRjm
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
(JHinAtJO. EOCK ISLAND
1'acldo RuUwy Tickets
rurchnod or rapaase
atK.I 4. F.Twentiei'o
afreet deput. or C. R. L & P.
detiot.eorinr Vtfth avonueand
Thirtj-flrst street. Frank II I'luinmer, Ageol
nver Limited &Omittia.
r. Worth. Denver &K.O.
7it-37iO ami "aluTiui
.It tVOft am tlO:RS pn
Minneapolis It ft 50 am! 6:00 Dm
Omaha and Pes Molns it s no atn tl:li pa
tOmaba Minneapolis tt Htu 3 00 am
Omaha Lincoln tlx . . . 7 S.s am tll:10 pm
luonver. ijinanif) At umaca. n. pmit fl:3f am
saver. Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Moines Kvprpss
Rik Inland & Buren'l Ac
St. Taul MlrneapolK . .
Te over. Vt.. Worth .t K C
3:i amlt 3:(W am
:t2.10 rr t f M am
4 an pm' :) pm
3:1 am it Of pra
V00 ainltlO:40 pm
1 Kansas City.S Joe 4 Dnvr ll 13 pnjjt A: 30 am
JHock Island Washington 1 I.M piu t a wi pm
iiniro ie j times ..it
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac'
tOmaha&Rock Islaml... .
(Chicago. A. Davenport I
t 3 4S pm
t 7:40 am
7 CO pm
Arrival. tHeparturc. JDally. ecep Sno
Dally except Saturday. All other dally. Tel
TltTRI TNGTON POrTB--0..
-H A W- RAILWAY-Depot
Flrat avenue and SUteectb
M. J. YOrNfJ.
TBiiw. rLav I 4BtTa
ft U Bprlntield. Peoria. 1 1
Hijr. Qiio !a Monmouth .W am 7,1 pm
nhuQii t ta am t t 40 pra
Teori'. Peard.Htowo, Ilur ! i
Mr k ton. Denver and west t I 40 pmfll am
pt i aul A Miarieaplly 7 i pm
PrIln.Cllntou A Duhuque 7. SO pat
ft- 1 , Kann t: . iX'ntf r si
I'ae. coast TlaUalesburc. 7:16 pm
M.l ft am
t 9:40 am
I'a'ly. 4IaCy otccpt Sunday.
eft. 4ti f
)AVFNn)RT. ROCK 181
and A Northwestern rail
way -The Trl City Route.")
Vafecnirer atatlon at Kock
Island A IVorta drp-it fot of
Twentieth street I F. Br
ry. 1. I'. A . DiivcnporV
Iowa. City ticket office. lx4
Second Arcnno. Geo. W.
TonK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway D-pt First aye
nuc ut d Twentieth street. M
A. I'at-.crsoD. Genersil Paweo
ger Agrct. Pwedger train
leave . K. 1 A f. (Mo
line avcn'ip) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. K. L. Uoff. Agent.
I I.BAVM. ! iRHlTI
jpr gtlnld, Clncirnatl. 1 'ea
rl a, etc
Peoria. Sprtcgueld, St. L
Peoria, Spilngfleld, Cincin
nati Cable AcoommiKlatlon
Cable A Sherrard Acoom.'.
Cable A Sherrard A ccom. ,
Cable A Sherrard Acciun..
1 :4fi pm
ll lo am
4 W) pn
dally; all other trains dal) j
THfYTAJTE VERY J4
mucmlixc IO jrA
I IUVI I AKSITB
ci'nton, Sterling. Chlcaeo.l 8.00 am
1 i-ui.in. . qic-bko. tmiot,
rwtiyer. Rockford. Janca-J
n'Jc, Madisoa (leave Dav-
fcrt,. 13 ( ps
Cl'ni.n. Chicago. PItor.1
Sterling ar. Iavenport I
Utah and Pacific Coast 7.15 pm
CMeaao. Cedar Rartds.
r mttaa . j a pm
. u"hiq. io. an-9-tli:4.
Clrt-jn. Denver, (.inaba.
II 18 pm
" 44 pa
7 0" pm
dally. All otkera dally ez-
SiT. PACLraOway Ra
cine A Soutewestera iXvlatne
Dpt Twentierh street,
between nnt and Second
avenue. W. W. Breckin
I lkv 1 aneri
it Pul EiipreaB....
aojeht asd "vfn .
...... 1 7i ltJW am
I a "O pm! in an &m
AU tralna dally ecept Sunday.
Rstate of Annette H (layer, deceased.
The undersigned having ceen appointed ft
ereotitor of the Ir will nd titamept of
Annette H. iuvrr, lto of the county of Knrk
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby civof
Dotlce that be win appear before the county
court of Keck bland county, at the county
court room. In the city of Rock Is.
land, at the December term, on the first Mon
dav III December next, at which time all per
son bavin claims aeamAt ;d estate are
notified nd requ.-strd to attend, for the pur
pose of having th time adjusted.
All persoTis Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this -l-.t day of JSeptemt or. A. P. 1CO0.
- 11wabd H. Gctkh. Executor.
Best Dining Car Service.
S Testcnl3T morning liad not impaired
the Kovornor's vocal orpans, nor did
show anv pvidfiice of fatigue when he
was introduced at the Auditorium at
!:.".o p. m.
The Hoosevelt special arrived at 7:30
p. ni.. :uiJ lor two uour.s me povernor
rode iu a brilliantly illuminated elec
tric car in a preat parade wiilcn
ira versed lliph and other principal
streets of the city. This parade was
more than two hours passinsr a piveu
point, and Its -our.so was marked by a
blaze of colored fire, rockets, tiring ot
cannon and bursting of bombs.
AVheu lie strode across the platform
the- governor was greeted with a roar
of applause, yet " he looked uion a
smaller number of iersons than com
posed the crowd that had been unable
to find standing room in tno building.
Kemoving his hat he bowed Ids' ac
knowledgements to the audknce as he
took his seat between Governor Nash
and Kmmett Tompkins, the chairman
Before the governor was introduced
the famous Oohunbus Republican Glee
club sang a parody on "I'd Leave My
Ilfippy Home for You.
','iieu Governor ilosevelt nse lo
sppak he was given such an enthusias
tic greeting that fur rive minutes lie
could ont. make his voice ih hearo in
bis endeavor to restore order. The
rovernr-i- left Columbus this morning
at 7:3'I over the Hocking alley road
for hi? f-econd day in Ohio. Tonight he
will speak at Cleveland nuil at noon
tomorrow Tie will arrive in Wheeling.
V. Va . having made twenty-seven
speeches in Ohio.
nringriel(i. u., uer. i. At spring-
field a very large crowd greeted Gov
ernor Roosevelt yesterday. As the
train approached the city every fac
tory whistle screamed a snlute. The
platform was with'n 100 feet of the
train, and on it with the governor
were all tne leading nepnnnoans 01
this part of the state. Prosperity con
stituted the burden of the governor's
speech, which was applauded loudly.
The train stopped here nearly an hour.
and then at Yellow Springs, Xenia,
South Charleston and London.
YVatertown. S. D., Oct. 17. With an
original programme of five :tops in
jesterday's itinerary Senator Hanna's
train stopped at fourteen towns in Min
nesota and South Dakota during the
day. with Watertown for t lie principal
stopping place. So much pressure was
brought to bear by committees' from
various po'nts along the line not in
cluded in the itinerary, and by Min
nesota and South Dakota representa
tives through whose districts 1 lie train
ran that Hanna eon?ned to make
brief talks at as many stations as was
posfcible to include in the day's travel.
Large crowds were present at nearly
every stopping place, farmers in some
instances composing a large part, of
the audience, and the speakers were
interrupted manv times by question-
DON'T GET THIN
Get fat; get nice and plump;
there is safety in plurrrpness.
Summer has tried your food
works; winter is coming to
try your breath-mill. Fall is
the time to brace yourself.
But weather is tricky; look
out! Look out for colds espec
ially. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is the subtlest of helps. It
is food; it is one of the easiest
foods in the world; it is more
than food ; it helps you digest
your food, and get more nutri
ment from it.
Don't get thin, there is safety
in plumpness. Man woman
and childri' L - ,y 1
We'll scad you a httie to try. if yna lie..
pin: The speakipg was nfostly on tii.
trusts and prosperity.
HEWS raOBT. THE TAGALS.
Casualties In Captain Shields Command
Thirteen More Soldier MUtinf.
Washington. Oct. 17. A cable dis
patch was received from General Mac
Arthur yesterday giviDg the casualties
of Captain Shields" conxnaud in the
island of Mareudugue. Captain Shields
and his men were captured by the in
surgents and afterward rescued by
General Hare's troops. The list is as
follows: Killed Company F, Twenty-ninth
infantry, William Andrews,
Hlmore TZ. Murrar, Erwin Xiles, Frank
Weighland. Wounded Captain Dp
vereaux Shields, neck, mouth and
shoulder, serious: Liown S. Colvin. hip.
slight; Robert D. Jackson, cheek.
slight: Toliven G. Johnson, head
(slight! and arm (seriousi: Juan 15.
Poole. had. slight; John Chew, head,
wrist (slight i. and shoulder (serious).
A Manila press telegram, dated Oct
11. via Hong Kong. Oct. 16. says: "A
detachment of twenty men of the
Twenty-fourth regiment, while en
gaged in repairing telegraph wires.
Oct. 10. at a point near Sau Jose, were
set upon by I'OO rebels. Seven of the
Aoieiicans reacneu miu .lose, ine en
emy surprised a party of scouts of the
rorty-thlrd Infantry three miles from
Takloban, Leyte island, killing three
of the Arnevicans. The bodies- of ie
dead soldiers were badly mutilated."'
BIG STRIKE IS ADJUSTED
Continued From i-irst race.
an strikers alleged to have been lead
ers in a mob which' started a riot at
Oneida Wednesday last, were arrested
and taken to Pottsville for hearing.
Philadelphia, Oct. 17. A secret con
ference was held yesterday in the of
fice of the Philadelphia and Heading
Railway company between representa
tives of various coal carrying railroads
and a number of individual operators.
The participants were pledged- to
ecrecy as to the object of the con
sultation, and nothing could be learned
of what transpired. Those in attend
ance were President Harris and Di
rectors J. Lowlier Welsh and George
F. ilaer, of the Heading company: John
li. Garrett, vice president of the Le
high Valley railroad: Dr. Herbert M.
Howe, of A. Pardee Co.: M. S. Koui
uierer, of Mauch Chunk: William Con-
nell of Scrauton, and Johu Markle.
whose collieries arc at Jeddo. After
the consultation Georirc I P.aer re
marked in a general way that it might
be some days before a settlement of
the strike is reached.
Companies Were Officially Notified.
Wilkebarre, Pa., Oct. 17. The rep
resentatives of the coal carrying com
panies here were in communication
with headquarters in New York ves-
ter.'.ay regarding the settlement of the
miners' strike. The resolutions adonted
bytlieScranton convention were mailed
i all the eoal companies and in
dividual operators. They nil bore the
seal of i he T nited Mine Workers' or
.'animation, and there was a statrmeTii
that a prompt reply to the coremtTiiici
tion would te thankfully received. The
communication still remains on the
desks of some of the coal companies,
unopened, ihe reason for this is some
or the operators do not want to com
urn. memsenes in any wav as recog
nising the rniuers' union. "Once we
enter into correspondence with h
Vn:'ted Mine Workers we are going to
i'iip tne same trouhle the operators in
tne bituminous region have. There
win re nothing but correspondence all
the time, and the owners of a min
will not know whether they are run
ning it or the United Mine Workers
arc running it for them."
By Permission of the Strikers.
Scranton. Fa., Oct. 17. The Gib
bons Coal company's colliery in South
peranum is oeing put In order for
work and the company says it. will be
gin operations soon. This Oompanv
has agreed to grant the strikers de
mands if the strike is raised. ami
further that It will only mine enonirTi
coal to fill its contract with the school
district. District Secretary Dernpsev,
of the United Mine Workers, said that
he board had not acted on the mat
er, but that in all likelihood the re
quest of the company will be granted.
HEADED OFF THE MAfiCHERS.
SCOTT & BOWWo9 Pearl
Soldiers Prevent the Sli
the Panther Creek Mines.
Landsford, Ta., Oct. 17. More than
2,000 striking mineworkers from Mac
adoo m?.de a descent upon the ten col
lieries of the Lehigh Coal and Naviga
tion company in the Panther Creek
vailey yesterday morning. Thev came
to this place by two separate roads.
One crowd shut up the Nesouehoning
colliery, while the other mob was driv
en back to Tamaqua and dispersed by
a battalion of troops after a lively dis
pute in which nothing harder than
words were exchanged, and no one
was hurt. The troops had been or
dered to the district in anticipation
of the march. Twocompanies of troops
were sent later to the Nesqueshoning
'colliery and restored order there. The
marchers were Indignant at being
s-topped on the public highway, but
they had to submit, the women witli
them being the most difficult to start
on the back track.
Ilazleton. Pa., Oct. 17. It was long
after nightfall when the last of the
strikers who marched to Tanther
Creek valley returned. They were, for
the most part, foot sore and weary.
The distance of eighteen miles from
Hazleton to Coaldale Is principally
down grade and the walk there was
scarcely noticed by the strikers. Th
uphill march back home, however,
with th eadded facts of a sleepless
night and. a failure to accomplish Their
purpose tended to dampen their ardor
Miners Were Disappointed
Shamokin. Ta.. Oct. 17. Miner In
this region weredisappointed last even
ing over the failure of the operators
so far to unciHif the terras of the
Scrauton convention. It was fullv ex
pected that by last nlgbt the operators
ai.d coal carrying companies would
have announced their determination
to accede to the demands of the men.
Log; DhI for 1000,0M,000 Feet.
Stillwater. Minn., Oct. 17. A largo
meeting f Stillwjter and down-rive
iG3icriuen v;t3 uc:a iiere to arrivs
at. a figure with Messrs. Turisch and
Cok. of Duluth. for the deliverv of
nearly 1 .onn.OOO.OOO feet of logs in" this
city by rail from the Kainy River dis
trict. Many of the leading lumbermen
on the St. Croix and Mississippi rivers
HEAVY LOSS IN LUMBER."""
Fire at Oshkol Wipes Ont 1 3,000. 00O.
Feet. U"orth $2T.".O0O.
Oshkosh. Wis.. Oct. 17. Fire broks
out yesterday in the lumber district
and by 7 o'clock 13,000,000 feet of
lumber had lecn destroyed by fire and
part of the Holllster-Ames company
mill, lumber, logs and shingles; loss.
Son s company.
The following is an estimate of the
loss: IIollister-Ames company Saw
mill, lumber, logs ad shingles; los
$80.00: Diamond Match company
Lumber yards yards containing 5,000.'
OOO and 6.000.000 feet of lumber: loss,
1 io.OOO: Challoner & Son s company-
Pattern shops and warehouse; loss.
There were also several small losses,
All losses are fully covered by insur
Roland R?e"d's Bad Rtotnarh.
New York. Oct. 17. Roland Reed,
the comedian, who underwent two op
erations in St. Luke's hospital last win
ter for stomach trouble, and lay at the
point of death for weeks, has "returned
to his home, 301 West One Hundred
and Twenty-second street. He has
closed his season in Chicago on ac
count of a recurrence of his stomach
trouble. He has gone to St. Luke's
hospital and he will be operated upon
again. He said the operation would not
be a serious one. and he hopes to re
sume hk tour within four or five days.
Judge Jenkins Sight Restored.
Milwaukee. Oct. 17. United States
Judge James Jenkins left St. Joseph's
hospital Saturday, where tlie cataract
was successfully removed from his
eves. Monday he appeared for t lie
Hirst time in court after two years.
The judge wears darkened glasses on
the street, but r;m read with ease
without them. He will hold court 1u
Chicago on Nov. 7.
r'utiglit a Typical French Duel.'
Paris. Oct. 17. M. T'rbain Gohler.
the anti-military iouralist author of
the book "The Army Against the Na
tion." which created a sensation in
1SDS, fought a duel -with pistols yes
terday, his opponent being Count de
Sa biii n Ponteves. without any result.
Illinois Y. M. C. A. Meet.
Canton. Ills.. Oct. 17. The biennial
convention of the Illinois Young Men's
Christian association will be held in
Canton tomorrow. About 30O dele
catc are expected ad free entertain
ment will be .provided for them by
people of this city.
Subserilie for The AbQOS.
aV "ur f- ft -m -
A woman's reproductive organ
arc in the most intense and con
tinuous sympathy- with her kid-no3-s.
The flightest disorder io
the kidneys bring3 about a cor
responding disease in the repro
ductive organs. I 'odd's Kidney
Pills, by restoring the kidneys to
their perfect condition, prevent
and cure those fearful disorders
pceuliax to women. Pale young
girls, worn-out mothers, suffering
wives and women entering upon
the Change of Life, your best
EUGENE! Given Free
The Book of
luslruiecl ey th'rtv
two of the
fj re at est
In subscribing o the Eu
pese Field Monument
So'ivetilr Kuod Sub
scribe anv amount de
sired. Subscriptions as
low as f I 00 will entitle
donor to hlsdslotly artis
fcloth bound. ?sli. aa a
certificate of mbsorlp
tlon to the fund. Book
ontains, a selection of
Field s best and most res
resentailve worka and is
ready for deliver.
Hut for the noble con
tribution of the world s
grea'est artist this boon
could not barn been
manufactured for less
than r? 00.
1 be Fund created is divided equally
between tt e family of tbe late Eugene
Field and the l-und for tbe buUdion of a
monument to the m tnory of tbe be
loved poet of childhood. Addrc&s
Eugene Field Honumsnt Souvenir
(Also at Book Stores) 180 Monroe St.,
If you also wish to send postage, en
close 10 cts.
Searle & Marshall, Attorney
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County. ( 5-
In the Circuit Court In Chancery. FartlUon.
General No. cM.
Annie Cbesebro. B. P Chesebro, Charles Bt-
ciine. uarne isutenrre, Frederick SutcUf e,
Doroibv S'jtcll3 and George &utei!Se. rs.
Mary U Van Arsdel. James W Vao Ars-
dek Magte SutcHffe. Sadie Holdorf ad
Notice is nereby gren teat by virtue of a
decree or Faid court, entered In the above en
titled cause, on tbe Thirteenth day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1900, I shall, on Saturday, tbe
Seventeenth day of November. A. D.. 1300.
at tbe hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at
the Court Htwsc. in the t ity of Rock IMaad. lo
said county of Kock Inland, aa directed by said
decree, wll at public auction to the burbest and
best bidder for cash only, that certain parcel
of land situate In the County of (took Island I
and State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot Fifteen f!S In Mock Three f2 In Bilev
Davecport s Fourth Addition to the City of
Hated atKork IfcJand. Illinois, this Fifteenth
day f October, A. !..
Master in Chancery Rock I-Maod Omnty, IiL
The Largest, Leading and Lowest Price Exclusive
Cloak and Millinery Store in the Tri-Cities. New
Fall Tailor-Made Suits, Skirts, Waists, Pet
. ticoats, Automobiles, Box Coats, Capes,
Jackets, Dressing Sacqucs, Furs.
We are showing a line of the above Keadj-to-Wcar Garment?,
Baperior iu every wav to auythinj; to be found In the tii-tities
outside of our store. The ever increasing demand for better
Iieadj-to-Wear Garments has been fully met by us this se t
Bon. The demand is for lietter fitting and better made goods.
Not for economy's sake do ladies buy ready-made gowns, as
was formerly the case, but liecause of. the superiority of
styles, workmanship, finish and quality. Whether a street
suit, a dress skirt or waist is wanted, it can be liought more
stylish, as well as much cheaper, ready made. Of course,
Ihis depends largely upon where you buy it. We rlalm that
we are today, wilb our increased room, morn thnn ever be
fore at the Very head and front of the Cloak, Suit and Mil
linery business in the tri-ci ties. It, therefore, will pay you
to t all and inspect this grand display of merchandise, its it
will alo pay you to buy your new fail jaciet and suit, skirt
or hat early. And, better still, it will surely pay you to buy
it from us.
The greatest millinery showing in the tri-citics is here. Three
thousand square feet devoted exclusively to millinery. More
hats, more trimmings, more feathers, nioro novelties than
ituy woman would have the patience to look at. Kvery arti
cle shows care aud tasto in tho selectiou and is marked at
prices that makes millinery buying here aprolitable pleasure.
Wo sell more Trimmed Hats than any store in the tri cities,
UKCAUSK we ahow almost twice as many hats as others.
BECAUSK we use none but the best of materials, no matter
how low in pi ice the hat is.
BECAUSE we employ none but the best milliners money can
procure, consequently every hat is right, in atyle aa well
as in price.
114 1 16 West Second Street,
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NATURE'S HAIR GUGVER?
PosiTiTttv Of APwurn to Rr.MOPr im Maip
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hikes 4U SfiLP oifisrs w r. fPti rpoM r.Ptisr m ir n dpi ooisti .
RU55IAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO.
For slc In Rock I'and y W". H- Msrhslt. Drupgl. Hrpr lltvss rhsrmsy.
For Sale at Ilarpcr Uouce rharmacy.
eauty Is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Kock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that Is turned nut In this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUEBSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 139S.
Pictures and Picture Framing.
We have just secured the Rock Island Agency for
the Famous Brown Pictures, a collection of over
2,000 of the world's master pieces to choose from at
only ONE CENT EACH.
Popular Platino and Carbon Prints at 5 and 10 Cents Each.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
(18, (20, (22 and 2o and upward. Call and examine .
QUS ENGLIN, Ssecnd Aft