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THE ABGrtTS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER Ul, 1900.'
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Pacific RtUwir Ticket
can be nurehaed or bagga
checked atRLA P.Twentlett
street deDOL or C. R. L & P
deoot. corner Fifth avenue and
Tniny-nrst street, n-ac M nummer, a cent
Denver L!mi-.ed Omaha.. T J: 10 ami 3:00 ant
Fv Worth. Denver &K-G.., 5:06 ara;0:35 pn:
flnneapodls t 5:50 ml 9:00 pa
Omaha and Des Moines t 8:00 ana!tll:l9 pa
tOmiiaA Minneapolis tl2:06 ami 2:00 am
"nana ft Lincoln Kx 7:55 amill:10 pm
le Moir.es Oman 11:5 pmit 1 10 am
jJeaver, Lincoln A Omaha. S:05 amlt 3:06 am
Ui Moines Express 'tl2:15 m't S:52 am
Rock Island & Bureau Ac f 4:30 pm, 4:30 pm
Hi Paul A Minneapolis. 3:u5 am t 6:06 pm
lnver. Ft. Worth A K C. 5:00 am!i0:40 pm
IKan.asClty.St Joe Dnvr ll:10 pm t :30 am
Hoc Island & Washington 11:S0 pmlt 3:5.1 pm
Chicago A le Moines... t 2:15 pm!; 3:50 pm
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ae 5:35 pra:T 7:40 am
xumana A Kocsr island... . 6:35 pm
tChlcago. A DaveDport ! ? 7 00 pm
IDaUy except Saturday,
iDaliy, except San
Ail others daily. Tel-
T?IKJK ISLAND A PKOK1A
Kaii way Depot Flrxl ave
nue t.nd Twentieth sweet. M
A. i-avlerson. General Passen
I kW 111
ger Aent. Passenger trains
leave C, K. L A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Bpr'gFeid, Cincinnati. Peo-i
Peoria, Springfield, St. L!
Is. etc j am
Peoria Express j 7:35 pm
Peoria, Springfield, Clncln-.
call 1:45 pm
Cable Accommodation 6:00 aa
Cable A Sherrard Accora..
Cable A Sherrard Accora.. 8:40 am
Cable A Sherrard Areon.. 3:30 pro
Tralns marked dally; all other trains dalli
ST. PAUL, railway Ra
cine & Southwestern Dlvlsloc
Depot Twectierb street
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckln
THtW. I.V.AVS tABKIVS.
Mall and K.x press 7:3) ami li:.W aa
St. Paul F i press : 4 ) pml A.S5 ptr
Fre'e-ht and ccoi :-0 pmi 10:30 an
All tra'ns diiily except Sunday.
TtAVENPOKT. ROCK I3L
and Northwestern rail
The Trl-City Koute.")
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. I. F. Ber
ry, j. I. A., Davenport.
Iowa. City ticket office, 11
hecona Avenue. Ueo. w
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago. I 7:I5 am
Clinton. Chicvo. Omaha.'
Denver. Rock ford. Janis
viilc. M wllson (leave li iv
Citntor.. Chioapo. Dixon.
Sterling r. lvrrjport
Clinton Om:hA. Sia'i ( 1 1
ITtah anrt Picilic Coast . . ! 6 t0 pm
Clinton. btcr:ir.h-, Dixon,
Cllntor.. lhiciifO. Janes-
vliie. M.divjn. !CKford. j
Clinton. Denver, Omaha,1
Cedar R pids I
2 55 pn:
daily. All others daily ex-
rilI.INTriT()N ROUTE C
& i) RAILWAY-Depcl
Kirst avenue ana SLxteentr
M. J. YOCNO,
Thais. ! i.Kti. arbiti
bt. 1. iSrrtnirneia. Peoria i
ll'ir. V'in via MonrnfUb 6:55 am j 7:18 pn
Chicago, Sterling Clinton A i
Duhuiue t 7:4R am t 8:40 pa
feona, iratown. nur
llcrton. lxr.ver and west 2:10 pm
t 8:40 an
8t. Paul & Minneapolis 7:50 pm
Sierlln, Clinton A I'imquc 7:50 pm
8. r.., K'ans C . Denver &!
Pac. ooat via Galesburg.' 7:15 pm
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
Sn quickly and cfTfi-tus.il y as In-
li.tna Blork anil I'ocohontas.
'Ihfj ij;niio rjuicklv, tlo not
oliuker. ivc penetrating fcc-at
ami arc eoonoinioal.
E. Bm McKOWN.
I'hono 1198, Fifteenth
I it si Avenue.
Best Dining Car Service.
Kstate of F-iiitca S'.iv:s. deceased.
The unders:gned bavicg Been appo.nted a
rrtr.'.stra:. r of tne estate of Ftnrca f-livl. late
of the cour ty of Rcic Island, state of Iiiito a,
doocued. berefty g:ves notice that he will ap
pe r tefore the county court of Roc
If. .n; ciM-r.T y. at iie county cv.:rt rooni. In the
Cl'.y of Iwx'ii lKiand. at the Jasuary term, on
this t -st M. n-'y in Januarv cn. at which
time ail pt ror. b.tv:cr claims acatnet said
e-,;i- are no'.iued and reQuoied to attend, for
the t)-rpoe of faav::.; the snc aJjoied.
All poryons intleMed to said estate are re-;u---t-
l to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 1 'th fla of November. A. D. 1JC0.
Utotut K. both. Anministraio
jacKsoii A UrnsT, Attorneys. I e -
M PI n C j4a n fi II liSar t elect a chairman and a vice chairman
r't fillip I A Va. 1 R t If an a ecretarv and treasurer. The
rllY5 aJI ! II fl B H M executive committee was given full
11 11 B iluUinalJj IMJl H B I'nwer to provide the ways and means
U U U for carrying out the purpose of this
I -V v J
DIVISION IS HOT FAIR
So Say the Grain Dealers of the
Apportionment of Current
CALL rOS DIMINUTI03 OP TAXE3
Convention at St. Ixmls Oreanlzes
"Posh" for the Cnllom BUI
Woe for Congressmen.
Indianapolis, Nov. 21. At the open
ing session of the Grain Dealers' Na
tional association yesterday morning
12.1 delegates were present, represent
ing all of the states and territories of
the United State. Secretary -Treas
urer Charles S. Clark strongly advo
cated the removal of the documentary
tax so far as it affect3 the farmer and
grain dealer. Legislation on the re
moval of the documentary tax, the car
fvhortage problem, and the reorganiza
tion of the association are the princi
pal subjects to be bandied at this
meeting. I'pon the first point a com
mittee consisting of Captain M. T.
Kussell, of Des Moines, la.. II. S.
Grimes, of Portsmouth, O., and F. F
Collins, of Cincinnati, was appointed
to draft a set of resolutions to be
transmitted to the ways and means
committee of the next congress with
a view of having the documentary tax
removed from all papers concerned in
Wont Their Share of Prosperity.
I lie resolutions presented set out in
the preamble that the farmers and
grain dealers have not shared equally
with the merchants and manufactur
ers in the general prosperity of the
times, and that grain in process of be
ing marketed pays an accumulated
quite unreasonable and inconsist
witu the intended operations of
law. Further it is set out that
expenses of the government do
require the full volume of money
now being derived from the war tax.
and that taxes for extraordinary rev
enue tiiouiu be imposed almost ex
clusively upon luxuries and those in
dustries that afford larse profits.
Thinks Orgtinlzatlon Only Citn Win.
In an address delivered by Captain
I. T. Russell, of Des Moines, the
speaker proposed a plan of reorgani
zation, asserting thnt the only relief
front the evils to which dealers are
now subjected lay in a better and
larger organization. His plan as
outlined in his address is to organize
associations among the grain dealers
In every congressional district of the
Limed Mates. A president ami sec-
ntary are to lie elected bv each of
these association, nnd the former is
cx-nthVio member of the board of
governors of the sta'e organization,
which he propose shall be formed
and elect a president and secretary.
The president of the state organiza
tion is to bp a member of the srnvern-
mg board of the national association.
The plan met the approval of the del
egates and a committee was appoint
ed to report on the matter at thi9
Committer nn Car Shortage.
a committee on car snortage reme
dies was appointed by the president.
and in view of the fact that Indiana
suffers more than any other state from
the scarcity of cars, all of the mem
ber of the committee were selected
from Indiana delegates.
PASSAGE OF THK CI I.I.OM DILL,
rrmnrc To Be Pnt on Congrttts wlth That
Object in View.
it. i.oiiis, nov. LH'legatrs rep-
rpspntins thirtj- soven rommprrlal and
imlustrial organ izatJons, national and
local, called together to take action
looking to the passage of senate bill
.No. 14.r. better known as Cullom's
lill to amend the interstate commerce
law, yesterday adopted a memorial
to congress, which vigorously urges
the speedy enactment of the bill into
l.iw. Resolutions were also adopted
providing that an executive coinmit-
tee of Ave members be appointed by
the chair, "with full power to take
mth action as it may deem best to
carry out the purposes of this conven
tion; that It snall.be the duty of this
tommittee to employ a suitable per
son to take the seneral direction of the
work of bringing the influence of the
commercial and industrial orsaniza-
1 ions of the country to bear upon mem
bers of congress: that It shall also be
his duty to spend such time in Wash
ington as may seetn to the committee
to be necessary in co-operating with
the delegates to accomplish the pur
The committee was empowered to
rrying out the purpos
convention in sucn manner as it may
deem best. The resolutions also rec
ommended that each body represented
in the convention send one or more
delegates to Washington, upon the re
assembling of congress for the purpose
of exerting their personal Influence and
secure the co-operation of the sena
tors and representatives from their re
spective states In the early enactment
of the Culloni bill. All the commer
cial and industrial organizations
throughout the country were Invited to
unite in this movement-
There was some opposition to the
Cullom bill and the committee was not
altogether brotherly. Tburber, of New
iorW. made a motion providing for a
committee of five to meet with a simi
lar body of railroad men for the pur
pose of deciding on some Joint meas
ure to take the place of the Cullom
bill. The motion called forth consid
erable acrimonious debate in thecourse
of which W. 'H. sloorehouse. of To
ledo, called Tburber a wolf la 6heep s
clotniaz. The motion was tabled.
Some addresses followed and then tie
convention adjourned sine die.
mm We 11 -Known Horse Breeder Dead.
Chicajo, Nor. 21. John Virgin, of
Falrbur-. Ills., well known throughout
the cou&try m an importer and breeder
of Freacb draft horses-, died suddenly
of heart f aihff t Sh&rui&a House
the "iHTTjEiATED citizen-
Be Breaks Oat at Chicago and Tries ts Do
Chicago, Nov. 21. A mob composed
of men and women defied drawn re
volvers and fought with twenty police
men last sight in an attempt to lynch
Harry Evans, a colored man arrested
on a charge of assaulting 7-year-old
Freda Guendal. The hundreds of
persons who had gathered around the
home of the little girl, whose death
was feared, were greatly excited when
Evans, who bad been captured an
hour before, was brought before his
victim for identification.
The two officers who had charge of
the negro, after a free use of their
clubs on the maddened crowd, finally
mauaced to s-hove Evana Into the
house, where the little girl identified
him as her assailant. When the
mou outside learned that Evans had
been identified it became frenzied and
made another rush for Evans. In the
meantime, however, a riot call had
been sent in and a wagon load of
bluecoats appeared on the scene Just
in time to prevent the crowd from
overpowering the officers and securing
SAWED OFF HIS MORTAL COIL
Horrible Method of Suicide Adopted by a
Ottumwa, la., Nov. 21. Lewis
Westhoff, weary and despondent.
committed suicide by throwing him
self in front of a swiftly revolving
buzz saw. II is body was severed 1n
twain and death was instantaneous.
lie leaves four young and motherless
children. Westhoff lived at Stiles, a
remote point in Davis county, and he.
with a number of neighbors, was en
gaged in sawing up cord-wood
After due deliberation estnon
coollv buttoned his working coat.
walked from the front of the machine
to a place near the saw. Berore
anyone suspected his Intentions he
threw himself on the toothed instru
ment. Blood was thrown on the by
standers, who were so horrified that
thev could make no movement until
the halves of the suicide's body rolled
from the table.
Money Package Disappears.
Sioux City. Ia., Nov. 21. Robbers
got an express package containing $5,-
(00 from the othce of the American
Express company in this city Friday.
night. the company made an enort
to keen the robliery a secret, but the
facts have leaked out. The mony
was shipped bv a bank in Sheldon,
la., to the Security National bank of
this city. I,evy Sawyer, the night
agent, checked the package on its ar
rival, nnd locked it In the safe. He
left the room for a few moments, and
on his return the safe was open ana
the money gone.
Wages Dispute Is Settled.
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 21. The trou
ble between the Adolplius P.usch Glass
Manufacturing company, of r.cileville.
and its employes regarding wages has
been settled satisfactory to all par
ties. The matter was submitted by
Both to a board of arbitration, wh.ch
will still enable tho Bus-.-h company
to compete with Streator and other
Lake Steamer Overdne.
Milwaukee, Nov. 21. The steamer
William Edwards, which was due here
with her consort the Golden Age, Sun-
dav forenoon, has not arrived, being
now sixty hours' overdue. Telegrams
sent out to all lake ports failed to lo
cate the missing vessels.
Bio; Four to Be Kxteaded.
Chicago.Nov. 21. The Record says:
It is said to be practically settled that
the Big Four road will be extended to
Louisville through Rising Sun, lud.
and along the Ohio river via Madison.
Attacked by a Boar.
Wabash. Ind., Nov. 21. Ira Leer a
farmer near North Clinton, Elkhart
countv. is lying in a serious conditi m.
the result of an attack made on him
by a savage boai
Culoago Grain and Produce.
Following were the quotations on
Rnard of Trade today:
Wheat Open. Hiirn
. -70a, .70Ts
.71 .72 .70T .71.
.71 .72 .70 71
.41 .42i .40?4 -1
.35U .35-i .354 .Zi
.35) .36Vs .354 .35?s
.21H -21&i .2Vt .21
.21 .21- .214 .21 Ti
.23? .21 .23; .23T,
January 11 0 11.75
November ... 7.10
December ... C?-.1
November ... 7.G2'-a
6. 32'. a
January 6 62Vj
January 6 25
:S025Uc Der lb: extra dairy. lS'azlc;
racking stotk. 12,-j13c. Kggs Fresh
stock. 23 24c per tioaen. Live Poultry
Your.g turkevs. SSVrC per lb: chick
ens, her.s. 6'i37c: ducks. SSic: gf?e.
to.OO'.on pr doin. Potatoes Fair to
choke. 3'i&40c per hu. Apples $1.50:3
4.0 per brl. Cra-r.b-rrie5 Carws Col.
S6.50Q7.0O rer brl: btiJ andbug!e, $7.50.
Corn New, 3100.
Hay Timothy, III; prafr!e.XS.
Straw-t-voo. r - V"S.
Coal - M "0 per too. jlr- 1 J
Potatoes ifcKi ' 1
Butter Choice to fair, IW: freh creamery.
Uecs Sc per pound.
Spring chickens -c per pound.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
4ca6'c; co b and heifers itcatc. calves, 4c
Hogs 4 i4.50.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tfci thi fts Hara Ahrajx Bought
Suggestions in Time.
What a Woman of Prominence In
the Mrdcal World Has to
Say About Her Sex.
What Are Women's Rights?
In all ages of the world, poets,
scientists, and men of prominence
have looked with enthusiasm often
akin to reverence upon woman; but it
is only within the last few years that
she has begun to assume "her right
place, not only in society, but with
the world in general. Why so "desir
able an end should have been so ion?
delayed it is difficult to understand;
but that it has at last come is certain
ly cause for gratitude. In her spcial
sphere, in her mental development,
and especially in her physical im
provement, woman has shown won
derful advancement, and such as
astonishes the world.
They who have made a careful in
vestigation tell us that heathen
women are much more able to endure
pain than are the women of civiliz
ation, but civilized women would re
sent the charge that they are weaker
because they are civilized. A dis
tinguished writer says: "If the
women of civilization are less able to
endure the taxation of their physical
resources than are heathen women, it
is a mere accidental circumstance,
and one within their control."
Let us consider for a moment the
possibilities which present themselves
to every woman. When the body is
healthy, beauty is certain to appear,
even in features and forms once plain;
iudeed it is the onlv known way to be
come beautiful, and all preparations.
powders and laces are contemptible
delusions. With health and beauty in
all their attractiveness a new life
and all the luxurious attendants of a
healthy body come forth. The maiden
feels the glorious possibilities of life;
the mother becomes conscious of the
grandeur of maternity and the joys of
a larunv. Ail this is not only wom
an's privilege, it is her duty, and it
embodies the highest definition of
After enumerating many of the
blessings that follow perfect health,
the speaker continued:
All these descnble things can be
accomplished in one way onlv. The
Creator has civen both woman and
man perfect physical forms, and each
is constitutionally equal to all natural
demands, it is a mistaken and per
nicious notion that one is strong and
the other weak. Ho curse was pro
nounced upon woman which did not
apply with equal penalty against
man. If women believe the fatalism
that disease is a necessarv condition
of their existence, it is chielly because
the disciples of the schools of medical
practice have bocn utterly incapable
of competing with the multitude of
ills, which, by personal, carelessness
or professional incompetency, thev
have permitted to fasten upon women.
A few weeks ago 1 received a call
from a charming lady whose earnest
face clearly showed that she desired
advice and assistance. Upon ques
tioning her, she stated that she be
lieved she was suffering from a par
alyzed liver, and wished to know if I
could in any way aid her recovery.
Now, impeifect as her statement was
in regard to the disease which trou
bled her, there is no doubt that
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
are suffering: today, from similar
troubles, who do dot recognize their
cause so nearly as this lady did.
Paralysis means death of the member
paralyzed, and torpidity of tho liver
is the first stage of its dissolution.
This is one of the mast serious ques-
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Oar Beotrlo Machine for
the treatmentof Nervous
and X-Kay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
ity, weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or soy
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Live)
ana oms uiseases can 00 quiCKiy ana permanently ourea oy our aaranoea system Of mod I
VAKHJUChLiK is the most active cause of rervous Debility, why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a
methods. Hydrocele eared in three days no
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns. Wt
have cured many canes given upas hopeless,
operations performed at your home if desired.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH
afford to place your case In the bands of those
lence In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice
ceiei or &t. Acmony s Hospital together witn ue raci mat ne naa cured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others during tne 8ve years he has been located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that he Is the physician you should consult it you want to get
Only Curable Cases Taken. Sn"nnot'BJ?wrIt
Hundreds cured hv m11
Hoars, (Ulla, an a to. 0 and 7 to S p. an. Sunday 1 1 :SO to 1:30 p. am.
Office 124 West Third Street MCullough Building, Davenport, la.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
118, f20, 22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
tions that can arise in the experience.
of any woman, lor a torpid and dis
eased liver cannot be enred at once,
and it carries with it the elements of
disease to all the other parts of the
system. With an imperfect liver,
biliousness, languor, a sense of bear
ing down, constipation, displace
ments, uterine troubles, and the
thousand ills which are coupled in
their train come thick and fasi.
Then follow impure blood and all
the evils which an imperfect circula
tion causes. A derangement of the
kidneys or liver causes disease in the
organs which adjoin them just as cer
tainly as a bad peach injures the other
peaches in the basket. Not only this,
but when these organs are in a healthy
state, they restore and keep in order
any irregularity which may occur in
the lower portion of the body, o
woman was ever seriously sick for any
length of time when such was the
case. No serious inflammation can
occur when the blood is pure, and no
blood can be impure when the liver
and kidneys are in perfect order.
1 have seed very much of the trou
bles and ills to which women have
been subjected, and I have learned
to sympathize while 1 have
sought to relieve. In endeavoring
to carry relief I have tried
to te free frcm prejudice and have in
view but one end, namely, to help
those who are suffering; and I
feel it is my privilege today to state
that i believe there is a means
whereby those women who are
suffering can obtain complete relief,
and those who are in health be
continued in its enjoyment. I am
aware that a prejudice exists against
proprietary medicines, and that such
prejudice is too often well founded.
but we should discriminate in our
judgments and no condemn all be
cause some are inefficient. The mer
its of Warner's Safe Cure have been
proven beyond a doubt, because it
deals directly with these weaknesses;
affects and controls the body ef the
tree rather than its branches. War
ner s bale cure has indeed been a
blessing for the rich; a boon to the
poor. It has lifted men from a bed
of death and restored them to vigor
and health. But greater and better
than all this, it has come to woman,
has raised her, restored her and kept
her in constant hopefulness and
health. It has kept back disease by
fitting the system to resist its at
tacks; it has regulated the life, puri
fied the sources of life, and brought
innumerable blessings out of number
We append a few from the many
names of prominent women in Amer
ica whose original indorsement of
Warner's Safe Cure as a valuable
tonic for ladies we hold:
Miss Sadir Jackson, Prcs't. Mctropole Club,
4J9 IJlue Island Ave., ChicusJ, lil, Sept. -,
Annie E. Harpiii, lirand Outer Guard. Rath
bone Sisters; also Nonle Guard of Klite He
lelah Lodge. No. 2, Independent Order O.
T., txZn State St., Jacksonville, 111 , Aug. 6.
Lillian Ramket. Pres't. Denver Qulncy Club,
Denver. Colo , Sept. X, lwc.
Miss Sa i.i.i r. Rtdekn. Sec'v. Young Women's
Christian Union, Clifton Hotel, Ottawa, 111.,
Sept. 2w. l'JOO.
Maut Kevks. Seo'y. ' Modern Egles " 1012
N. Y. Life Building, Kansas City, Mo., Aug.
tilts. W. K. Wiixon, Supt. Jail and Almshouse
Worh, Seattle, Wush., Sept. 5, 1&00.
IDA Wiison, Poplar Bluff. Missouri, Pres't.
Poplar Uluff Literary Woman s Club, Sept.
Mhs. Thbktsa Ivii.i.is. Chaplain Maccabees.
Lieut. Commander Frank Hartlett Corps,
Los Anseles, Cat, Sept. l'J, 1900.
Martha J. VanDuzer, Lady Commander
Jewel Hive, No. 162. LO T. M . 513 Mary St.,
Evansville. Ind., Aug. 17, 1000.
Mrs. A. T. Reiii. Worthy Chief, Good Temp
lar, Portland. Me., Sept. 7, 1U00
Mrs. Henrietta Kacfmak. f55 Seminary
Ave , Lvanston. 111.. Sept. 18. IwO.
Christknkk, Countess Cesroci-o, "The Gos-
nold." Chicago. Ill, Sept. 21. 1H00.
Pa it 1 .A A lkxandrien. Princess Carmtni.s&i,
Chicago, ill.. July :to, vjw.
Those unfamiliar with the taste and
effect of Warner's Safe Cure may have
a free sample, for trial, by addressing
a postal card to the Warner's Safe
Cure company, Rochester, N. Y.,
mentioning this paper.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Surgeon-ln-Chief ot 8k
other condition due to nervous exhaust lot
permanent core la seven days by our painJss
sna we may be able to ours you. Snrglca
Aedomlcal and brain sureerv a sneelaltv.
is a vital one therefore you cannot
who have had little or no practical eiper
and extensive experience as 6urg;eon-In-
Beat dt retrar.nA unr! rrAffnni(i1a
QUS EN G LI IS,
110a Beeoad Ave
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To reduce the stock.
A saving of 15 to 33 per
The largest, leading and
Lowest priced, Cloak and
Millinery store in the
Tri-Cities, occupying 6,000
Square feet of
114-116 West Second Street,
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
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Is the best that Is turned out in this vicin
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are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1298.
J. F. Robis-so, President L. S. MoCasb Vloe President. H. E. Castssl, Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
C. J. Larkin,
James J. La Valle,
L. S. MoCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
H. E. Caateel,
Sweeney A Walker, Solloitors.
HOJUr LOANED ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OK RIAL ESTATE SECURITT.
Open, dally 9 a. m. to S p. a. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Office In Rock Island National Bank Building.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Book Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the
Monet Loaned On Personal Collateral Ob Real Estate Seodbitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
. John Crubaugh, Vice President.
X. Oreenawait, Cashier.
Bs.sa buslneaa July t, 1840, and oeanplsl
&. E. corner of Mitchell
PARDON 5c SON?
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Haagera, Calclmlaera, Etc,
Shop 419 Bertuiteenth St. Rock Xaiaad
Four Per Cent
E. D. Sweeney,
Henry W. Tremsnn,
H. D. Maok,
L D. Mudge
Louis A. Sohmlft
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. 9. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
K. W. Hurst,
1. M. Buford
B oil al tors Jaeason and Hurst.
E XT A. FABICON