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THE AKGTJP. FRIDAY. DECEMBER ?, 1903.
THE TRAVELEES GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND
Paodo BaUw Tickets
c& be pvrrbased or basgaffe
iU I street depot, or C. H. L A. P.
J BAST. WBPT.
Denver Limited Omb...'t 1:10 ami 3-00 at
F. Worth, Denrer K.C..t :05 m tlOras pn.
Minneapolis I sO am :O0 pat
Oastaa and Des Mofnes t 8:00 am tll:lo dk
tOmana & Minneapolis 11 1-16 im 3:00 am
fnthft Lincoln Kx ' 75 am 11:10 pm
nuuisi b unut 'nuV) pm t w id am
IenTftr. Lincoln & Omaha. 3:16 am,t 3:06 am
Dee Molnea Kxpren 'tl2:15 mjt :5f am
Rook Island 3t Bureau Ac. it 4:30 nml. 8:3i'i err.
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis..... 3:u6 am t :U6 pm
Denver. Ft. Worth ft K C.i 6:00 amlI0:4O pm
JKanaCltT.St Joe &L.T1VT 1I:10 pimt 6:30 am
uiioua v luiainffiOD n:nu pm t j rri prr)
Chlcaro ft Iea Molnei... 2:1S Dm4 S:f sm
Hoc Islnnd ft Hroofclyn Ac 5:35 pmit 7:40 am
tCtlcKQ- Davenport I It 7:00 pm
Arrival, t Departure. jDfcliy, except Sun
DaUy except Saturday. 'All others daily. Tel
T?OCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue k.!MJ Twentieth street. M
A . Patterson. General Passen
aer Agent. Passenger train
leave C, K. L ft P. (ilo
line avenue) depot five 5)
minutes earlier than time
given. K. L. Goff, Agent.
Sfr'KLeld. Cincinnati, Peo-!
tla. etc !
Peoria, Springfield, St. L-!
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
nati ; I
Cable Accommodation. ....
Cable ft Stierrard Accom..'
Caole ft Snerrard Aocora.
Cable ft Snerrard Accom. .
Trains marked daily; all other trains dally
TtAVENPORT, ROCK ISL
and ft Northwestern rail
way (-The Trl-Clty Route.")
Passenger station at Bock
Island ft Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry, (J. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 1H
secona Avenue, uea W.
I.SA V B I ARBITI
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chlaairo. Omaha.
Denver. Kockford. Janes
vllle. Madison (leave Dav
enport Clinton. Chicago. Dixon.
Sterling (nr. Davenporn.
Cl'mon.Orna'ia. Sioux City,
Utah and Pa-!ilc Coast..
Clinton. SsterLnK, Dixon,
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-
vUlc. Madison, Roouford.
Clinton. Ucnver, Omaha.i
Trains n-. a r lied dally. All others dally ex.
1 TTRLINfJTON ROTTTK O ,
B. ft CJ. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG.
I I. BAYS ABBIVS
81. L. Serlnirtleld. 1'pnrl
Hur 3ufa. via Monmouth 6:66 am 7:15 pm
utioiwii, nieriing.iicior. fit
Dubjijue t "Ah am t 8:40 pm
Puor:a. Beardstown. Hur i i
lice von. Ueover and west 2:40 pmll! am
B. Paul A Mincearniiis 7:"K) pre' K:15 art
Sterling, Ciintoa ftDubuquei 7:50 pin t bmO am
bt. LM Kana C. Denver ft! I
Paa. coast via Ua,eaburg. 7:15 pm 8:66 am
Dlly. tDally except Sunday.
ST. PA CI. railway Ra
cine ft Southwestern Division
Depot Twentlero street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
r I-nil. A, jr"
TKAIWS. i mi A KB i v a
Mauacd EUprKaB 7 :-u am 11: JO am
St. Paul Kxpress. 4 0i pmi p.5fi pm
Frelfc-bt and a-oom 6:&) 10:50 am
Ail trains dally except Sunday
Nothing Will Knock
Out Jack Frost
So quickly and effectually as In
liauit lilock and Poeohontas.
Tlioy ipnite quickly, do not
4-linkcr, frivo penetrating heat
and are economical.
E. B. McKOWN.
Vhone 1198, Fifteenth street and
Best Dining Car Service.
rtate Of Kir.ma Slns. deceased.
The underiitrned havine -.een appointed ad
tcinUtralorof the estate of Kmc AiBl. late
of ito c".a::ro' 1U o L.Aj.d. stale of Liioois,
dec?as-d. hereby gives cetloe that he wlil ap
pear t-e'ore ih- eotr.ty court of Rock
Inland rnunir. at tbe "ourty court room. In the
city of Kfwk Island, at the January terax on
te flrct Monday In Janusrv next, at which
time all persons having da'ms against said
es (ate are notided and requested to attend, for
the purpose of bavlnr the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to aaid estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to Ute
Dated this 1Mb dsvof November, A. D. 1900.
.GxoKi'.B F. Roth. Administrator.
Jacxaos ft hchst, ftttorners. i
1100 Lewis' Single
To be given Away.
One thousand (1.000) Lewis' Singl
Binders will be civen away to thos
persons making the closest guesses as
to the number oi cigars soia dv mis
lactory auring ine year i jw.
These Prizes Will Be Divided as
200 Lewis' Single Blndes to tbe person mak
ing tte closest Kuess.
150 Lewis' Sintrle Binders to tbe person mak
ine the second closest guess
Mil Lewis single Bincers to tbe person mak
ioe the tbiid cl'jtest guess.
so Lewis' tingle Binders to each of the next
11 bfs-. enesser
In add! Ion t this. 100 lewis' Slrgle Binders-
will h-i triven to tbe best gues on tbe increase
in tbe number of cigarj sold from this factory
in !.' over ik'j. .
You are entitled to but one gueis on each
proposition. No guess received later than 6
p. ui . January 5. lK)l.
Address all guf sses to
FRANK P. LEWIS, Peoria, III.
Originator Tin Foil Smoker Package,
Quality Brings the Business.
Estate of Charles W. Negus, deceased.
Tbe underslesed having Deen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and tei)tament of
Charles V. Negus, late of tbe county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that sue wui appear nerore tne eounty
court of Rock Island county, at the eounty
oourt room. In tbe city of Rock Is
land, at the February term, on tbe first Mon
day in February next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are
QOiifled and requested to attend, for the pur
pose oi navwg tne same ou jus tea.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re-
inested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 4 h day of December. A. D. ISOO.
Ida M. NxoOs. Executilx.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. (
County Court of Rock Island County, to tbe
November term, A u., iiaju.
Moline and Peoria Rtilwav company, plaintiff
vs. ira wens, nelson wells, i-jmer welLs.
May Wells. Iiempsev Wells and Klsle Wells:
Jouepb Hummer, hachel Hummer. Bssie
Hummer, came Hummer ana Bird Bummer:
Kli.alieth M. Halley. Rosalia Anderson, Laura
A. Adams, su via o. Johnson. Addle J. Smith,
oNeljie c. Smith and Anna A. Cox, defend-
To the above named defendants. Elizabeth
M. Bailey aort Laura A. Adams:
Attldavitoi your non-residence and of tbe
non-re-iidence of each of you bavin been tiled
in the above enti'.led cause in tbe office of tbe
undersigned, clerk of ibe county court of the
eounty of Rock Island, in tbe Kt.ite of Illinois,
you are hereby mtltieil that tbe above named
pliiintilT bas tiled in said court Its petition
against you. uskini; for the condemnation of a
portion of the Mut beast quarter ( '.) of section
tn rty o In township eighteen (Is) north
range one ( east of the fourth P M. In said
county of Rock Island, for its right-of-way:
I bai a TOmmun, has been Issued returnable on
1 he lab day f January. A. 1) . 1 '. ! . ht ing one
of the days of tbe November term. A. D , IM'.
of siiil court, besun and boiden in the court
house in tbe citv of Ilock Island, tn said Rock
iin:! coimtv. at wbich time ami place you
w i appear and plead, answer or demur to said
prut n as vou see tit.
Di.u-,1 alKock ls;an(. luinois. this tl'tn (nth)
day of December. A. D. 1900.
Hexkv H Hchhakd. Clerk of Court.
Sweesev ft WAL.KEB. Attorneys for Piulntiils.
Ludolpb ft Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I
Roci Island County, f " '
In the circuit court. In chancery. Partition
General No. 403.
Andrew wollenbaupt vs. George F. wollen-
baupt. Mary W ollenhaupt. Anna W oblschle
gel. Catherine Kublman and William Kuno.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered In tbe above en
titled cause, on the First day of November,
A. D. 1V"U, 1 shall, on Saturday, the First
day of December. A. D. 1DO0. at tbe bourof two
o'clock In the afternoon, at the ast door of
the Court House, in tbe city of Rock Island, in
sdd connty of Rock Island, as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to tbe highest and
best bidder that certain parcel of land, situate
li the County of Rock Island and State of 1111
tois. known and described as follows, to-wit:
Tbe K8t Tbirty-elght (3 feet of Lot Four
ft) In Block Twenty ri)) of the old Town of
Rock Island, in the City of Rock Island, Coun
ty of lCock Island and State of Illinois.
Terms of Sa'e: One third of tbe purchase
price of said property shall be paid in cash,
one third on or tWore nine months from the
date of sale at d one-third on or before eight
een months fron tbe date of sale, provided.
however, that the party purchasing at such
tale may. If be so elects, pay the entire amount
tn cash, deferred payments, if any. to bear In
terest at the rate of six (6) per cent per an
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Third day
of November, A. D. 100.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
Pablleatlon Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Roc k Island County. M"
In the circuit court. January term, A. D.
Kvalrvinvs Charles Irvin. In chancery.
Affidavit tbtt the residence of Charles Irvin
is unknown and that on diligent inquiry his
place of residence cannot be ascertained.
having been riled tn the office of the
clerk of said circuit court of Rock Is
land county, notice Is hereby given to
the said defendant, that the complainant bas
tiled ber olll of compialnt in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the -1st dy of Nov.
It. li). and that a summons thereupon
Issued out of said court atrainst said defend
ant, returnable on tbe 7th day of January, A.
D. ikOI. to tbe circuit court of sa d Rock island
county, to be ho den at tbe oourt touse In the
city of Rock Island, as is by law required.
Now, therefore, unless you. the said
Charles Irvin sba 1 personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit Court of
Rock Island count r. on the first day of tbe
next term thereof, to be boiden at the court
house in the city of Rock Island in said eounty,
on the 7th day of January, A. D. 1M1, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ants bill of complaint, the same, and the mat
tors and thlngr therein charged and stated.
will he takeL as confessed, ana a decree
entered against you according to the prayer
of said bill.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
rov hund and affixed the seal of said court, at
my office In Kock island, this 21st day of No
vember. A. D. I01.
,RGK W. Gamrt.k. Clerk.
StAHLi ft Marshali.. Complainant's Solici
tors. NOV .1, A. it. 1XUO.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Jeremiah Le Quatte. deceased.
Publ.c notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator has this day bled his
Unsl report and eitiement as such in the
county curt of Rock Island county, and that
anonlernas iern entered ny -a a court ap-
p-oving the said report, unless objections
thereto or caue to the contrary be shown on
o r-eforc the 14th day of uecember, A. XX
I.mn. and upon the final approval or said report
tbe said administrator will ak to be dia-char-ed
All persons interested are notified
Kock Island. El . Nov ?7 130a
J. H. F'ste, Administrator.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take tbe ceenla, fifteal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made etilv ty Madison Medi
cine Co.. Matfisea. Wis. It
keeps yoa well. Owr trmtfe
nark cut each eeckace.
Price, if cents. NaTer ceUI
In balk. Accept
tote. Ask row dree
T. U. Thomas, sole agent.
Begin the Parliamentary Battle
Over the South African
PBElaUB TO WHOM IT CONCERNS
Intervention in the
War Will Be Ac
London. Dec. 7. The parliamentary
fight began in earnest yesterday when
the Queen's speech was read aud the
opposition ojiened its batteries on the
cabinet. After the address In reply to
the Queen's speech had been duly
moved In the lords, Kiinberley, the
Liberal leader, objected to the brevity
and abruptness in the Queen's speech,
and demanded a detinite pronounce
ment of the government's policy. In
view of the novel and dangerous
character of the recrudescence of hos
tilities .i South Africa, and explana
tions of the alleged cruelties to the
Boers, the burning of farms and simi
lar severities, lie concurred in the
annexation of the republics, but trust
ed, the government possessed a definite
policy for speedily concluding the war.
His lordship was gratified at the Anglo
German agreement, but he said an at
tempt to capture the emperor and em
press dowager of China would Le an
Gives tbe World Due Notice.
Lord Salisbury replied. lie said the
Transvaalers. the Free Staters and the
world should understand that there
could be no deviation from the policy
of the government, already outlined.
Anything resembling independence
never could be granted. "The war
onust proceed to the inevitable issue.
We must let it be felt that no one, by
the Issue of an insolent and audacious
ultimatum, could force the British gov
ernment to humble itself and abandon
its rights. He could tiever allow that
n shred of independence should be
left" How soon the Free Staters and
the Transvaalers would have anything
life self-governing powers depended
on themselves. It might be years and
It might ' generations. Regarding
China. Ivord Salisbury said he was un
able to reveal anything, as it would U
betraying the secrets of other nations
ns well as those of the government.
He tras happy, however, to be able to
quiet the fears of Ixml Kimlierley re
garding the pursuit of th- emperor aud
the empress. He had never heard of
ench a suggestion.
Rosebery Attncks Kverytlilng.
The feature of the session was Lord
Rosebery's spirited attack on the gov
ernment. He was unsparing in his
criticism of the dissolution of parlia
ment, the conduct of the Avar, the
policy of the government towards
China and everything handled by the
cabinet. He commented on the re
construction of the cabinet, congratulat
ing Ird Salisbury on being the chief
of a family numliering so many able
administrators, the reference being to
the inclusion In the cabinet of several
of Lord Salisbury's relatives. Then
he attacked Chamberlain for his al
leged interests in business concerns
with -which the government some times
dealt, and said the pride of Kngland
In the purity of its public men had
After 6ome more dchate the address
was agreed to and the lord's adjourned
SIMILAR ATTACKS IN THE COMMONS
CauipbeU-Bannerman's Criticism and the
Reply of Halfour.
It was to a crowded house of com
mons that the speaker rose yesterday
afternoon to submit the sessional or
ders, the reading of which, as usual,
was Interrupted by the motion of
is, by no means, the dreadful
disease it is thought to be
in the beuinninrr.
The trouble is: you don't
know you've got it ; you don't
believe it ; you won't believe
it till vou are forced to.
Then it is dangerous.
Don't be afraid ; but attend
to it quick you can do it your
self, and at home.
Take Scott's emulsion of
cod-liver oil. and live carefullv
This is sound doctrine, what
ever you may think or be told;
and, if heeded, will save life.
We'll send yoa little to try. if vou like
SCUTT & BOWSE, 49 Pearl street. New York.
Yoa pay to cent
for Cigars not a goat a
; James Lowther fo euFmlnate the order
j prohibiting peers from Interfering in
I elections. Lowther especially referred
I to Lord Rosebery as a delinquent dur
ing the recent election. The motion
met its customary fate. It was buried
by a vote of 26 to 68. After Balfour,
the government leader, had given no
tice of the intention of the government
to absorb the whole time of the ses
sion the speaker read the Queen's
t-peech and Hon. J. . Gordon. Con
servative, In a naval uniform, moved
the address in reply. In so doing he
made a defense of the war. .T. F.
Hope, Conservative, seconded the ad
dress. Sir nenry Campbell-Bannerman, the
Liberal b-aiter. after allusions to the
election, said the remarkable thing
about the war was that the public
knew so little about it. and tbe harsh
measures being taken against the peo
ple of South Africa, such as farm
burning. He asked the government
for information as to the intention
oi" these proceedings. He said he was
slow to lelieve that driving a stubborn
enemy to despair was the best way to
make lnm surrender. It was in a de
sire to end the war, but it was also in
a Cesire to load to promises of har-n-ony
aud contentment that he Invited
the government to declare its policy,
tie inquired why it should not be an
nounced to the Boers that if they laid
down their arms they would be al
lowed to return to their homes.
Before the lights went out in the
ancient chambers almost every lead
ing politician had spoken. Such
fierce, personal animosity and Mich
bitter invective had scarcely ever be
fore marked the proceedings at West
minster. Joseph Chamberlain, secre
tary for the colonies, was the center of
the storm. For hours he sat with his
head on one side, listening Intently,
unmoved by groans oi" cheers. It was
nearly 11 o'clock lefore he rose to
reply to the avalanche of attack
launched against him. In spite of the
fact that he had listened with but one
interruption to the nlwse poured upon
him he wa continually interrupt d
until he called one of his baiters a
"end." Thi he hail to withdraw as
nnparliamei ary. He spoke for an
hour. moKt of his time being given to
denials of vords attributed to him ana
which he disclaimed. He held the
floor at adjournment.
IIOKRS HIT 'KM HARD AGAIN.
Antl Get Away as I Mini Afrikanders In a
London. Iec. 7. The war ottice has
received a dispatch from Lord Kitch
ener, dattl Bloomfoutein. Iec. 0, an
nouncing that General Helarey, with
5lx Boers, attacked a convoy proceed
ing from I'rctoria to Kustenburg. at
BuftVlspoort. lec. .'5. burned half the
convoy. kiaVd lifteen men and wounded
twenty-three, including Lieutenant
Baker. The Boers, the dispatch adds,
suffered considerable loss. Guns an.l
assistance were sent from Rustenburg
and Commando Nek and the Boers
Mere driven off. Th advices also say
General leWet crossed the t'nledon
Iec. .". a . Karecpont drift, making for
Odi-ttdal. General Knox was following
him. The drift "was held by a detach
ment of tbe Guards and the river was
Worcester. Cape Colony. Pec. 7.
About tl.ooo (Dutchmen assembled yes
terday in the open air at the Gum
Tree plantation, on the edge of the
town, to take part in the Afrikander
congress. Horsemen from a radius of
sixty-five miles had been riding in all
night. S. C Cronwright-Sclirclner
made a speech in which he attacked
tsir Alfred Miluer, the British high
commissioner and governor of Cape
colony, saying there would be no pence
while he was governor.
After a numlier of violent speeches,
the speakers, however, repudiating all
idea of relH-llion and keeping within
stricter limits than had been expected,
three resolutions were carried by ac
clamation, and a delegation was ap
pointed to submit them to Sir Alfred
Milner. The pith of the three is that
the Afrikanders must be independent;
that the -war must lie stopped by
Great Britain: that Milner is all wrong,
and that the members of the congress
will lalior '"in a constitutional way" tn
obtain their ends. The congress then
WITH rSALMS AND HYMNS
Kruger Is Received ly the Dutch Also
The nague, Dec. 7. Paul Kruger,
the Transvaal leader.arrived here from
Cologne yesterday, and the second
chamber of the parliament authorized
its president to welcome him when he
arrived, which was duly done at the
railway station, where there was an
enormous throng cheering the Boer
chief. A choir of 000 men and girls
chanted psalm 72 in part when Kru
ger left the train, and then there were
welcoming speeches' by various offi
cials. Kruger was driven to the Hotel
des Indes. where he was greeted by
more eminent citizens, and a uhoir
sang a hymn.
Kruger met with wonderful recep
tions everywhere en route to this city,
ne reached tbe frontier at Zevenaar.
Immense crowds gathered at all the
stations, which were decorated with
flags; the burgomasters made speeches
and the school children sang. Kruger
made many replies, in most of which
he represented rheTransvaal as a little
child whom a bad man wished to kill.
In one case lie illustrated his point
by drawing attention to a fair-haired
girl in the audience. "If that child
was outraged." said he, "everylody
would run to her rescue, but in my
country children and women are being
dally outraged by an enemy ten times
stronger than the Transvaal."
The crowds remained long in frontH
of the Hotel des Indes cheering and
singing. Finally Kruger appeared on
the balcony, where he remained for a
few minutes. lie then retired and
was not seen again. After dining pri-t-itrly
'with his grandson, Kloff, be
went early to bed, being greatly fa
tigued. Beautiful floral offerings were
displaced in the hall of the hotel.
CAPE MEN WITH THE BOERS.
Blue Book That Shows Some Sooth Afri
can Trae Inwardness.
London. Pec. 7. A blue liook of
South African dispatches from Jan.
3 to Oct- -4 has been issued. It large
ly concerns the Cape coleny rebels and
martial law. The conclusion to be
drawn from the mass of documents is
the eagerness of the- Cape Dutch to
take up. arms, and especially thje will
ingness or the border Dutch to Join the
invaders without compulsion. Sir Al
fred Milner writing to Chamberlain
on Sept. 5 cites a statement by Wes
sels, of the Cape house of assembly,
who is also a member of the Afri
kander Bund, that 6T per cent, of his
constituents joined the Boers of their
Reinforcing this, he said: "Not only
lorder Dutch, "but Dutchmen all over
the colony oue by one made their way
to the Boer lines." The high com
missioner quotes from a letter dated
Kroonstadt. Sept. '25. 1S09, and written
by Mr. Blignaut. brother of P. J. Bllg
naur. state secretary of the Orange
Free State, as follows: 'The only
thing we are afraid of is that Cham
berlain, with his admitted fitfulness of
temper, will cheat us out of a war and
consequently out of an opportunity to
annex Xatal and Cane colony, and to
form a republican 1'nited States of
New Senator from Minnesota.
St. Paul. Dee. 7. Charlas A. Towne,
Democrat, of Duluth. arrived in the
city yesterday and later .in the day
called on Governor Lind. He formally
accepted the appointment to the I'nit
ed States senate for the vacancy caused
by the death of Cushman K. Davis, re
celved his commission immediately,
and will leave as soon as possible
for Washington to take the seat, which
he will hold until the legislature. which
is overwhelmingly Republican, elects a
senator to the place.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
The D., R. I. & N. W. Ry. w'll sell
homeseekers1 excursion tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at Tone
fare plus $2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office, 1803
Second avenue, or passenger station,
foot of Twentieth street.
Just Saved His Lire.
It was a thrilling escape that
Charles Davis, of Bowerston. O., late
ly had from a frightful death. For
two years a severe lung trouble con
stantly grew worse until it seemed he
must die of consumption. Then he
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery and lately wrote: 'It gave in
stant relief and effected a permanent
cure." Such wonderful cures have
for 25 years proven its power to cure
all throat, chest and lung troubles.
Price 50 cents and $1. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Sciatic Bhenmatism Cored.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va.. says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctors' prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard of
fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
SI.OOO Worth of Hood.
A. H. Thurnesa of Wills Creek Coal
company, Buffalo, O., writes: 'I have
been ailiicted with kidney and bladder
trouble for years, passing gravel or
stones, with excruciating pain. Other
medicines only gave relief. After
taking Foley's Kidney Cure the result
was surprising. A few doses started
the brick duet, like tine stones, etc.,
and now I have no pain across my
kidneys and I feel like a new man.
Foley's Kidney Cure has done me
f 1,000 worth of good." For sale by
For Over Fifty Sears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been nsed for cbildron teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
In all stages of nasal catarrh there
should be cleanliness. As experience
proves, Ely's Cream Balm is a
cleanser, soother and healer of the
diseased membrane. It is not drying
nor irritating and does not produce
sneezing. Price 50 cents at drug
gists, or it will be mailed. by Ely
Brothers. 56 Warren street, New
York. Upon being placed into the
nostrils it spreads over the mem
brane and relief is immediate. It is
an agreeable cure.
Beni. In?erson. of Hntton. Ind..
says heiad not spoken above a whis
per lor months, and one bottle oi
i a . m ran . .
roiey s tioney ana jar resiorea nis
voice. Used largely by speakers and
singers. For sale by all druggists.
Hereford Cow Fetches $3, ISO.
Chicago. Dec. 7. In the sale's ring
at the Live Stock show "Polly 3th,"
a Hereford cow. owned by Clem Grous,
of Bunker Hill. Ind., was sold for
150, to C. A. Jamicson. of Peoria, Ills.,
to go to bis faTm at Hamlet. Ind.
Hay Timothy, 112; prairie, 110.
Coal - S3 uO per too.
Potatoes 35c .
Butter Choice tofalr,2lc; fresh creamery,
H ens 9c per pound.
Spring chickens, s-e per pound.
Turkeys 8 c.
Ducks 7 c.
CatUe Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
IKcOSc; cows and neifera 3c 4c; calves, 4c
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tta Kinil Yea Hare Alwaj. Bought
1470 tore of
Don't in iss it
Our Annual Thanksgiving Sale of
CLOAKS AND MILLINERY.
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,
Desirably Christmas Presents.
There are no Better
Largest line of pictures and picture frame mouldings in
the Tri-Cities. We shall be glad to show you our art nov
elties. Order your frames early.
Best of Workmanship Guaranteed
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
"you csihsrdlt ansa it ir tou go via tut altera a crescckt bouts," Jgv
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Jacksonville ftjTTWaf ft NewOrleansI
Rock tSallast, heavy steel, modern locomotivi s, l lock
signals and electric headlights, vestihuled trains, fast tinv.',
convenient schedules. Observation, Cafe and Parlor Cars
Drawingroom Sleepers, Free Reclining Chairs and Palace
Day Coaches you get all these when you travel via the
Queen & Crescent Route.
Thrutich daily service from Cincinnati ti
vi!!e, New Orleai
tine, Tampa and
Write to W. A. Rcckler
Chicago, for free books,
W. J. MURPHY, ocmeral manmm .
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties In spring suiting will be
fonnd now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
f 18, 20, 22 and f 25 and upward. Call and examine
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hook Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the
Moaner Loahxd Oh Pxsokax Collatkka.l Ob Rkax Estatx Sxccutt.
J. M. Baford, President.
John Crubsacb, Vice Praslans.
P. Greeoswut, Caa&Ier.
Bar la business July 2, 1690, and oeouploA
8. E. corner of MlMBOll
aaw Ira Idle.
or More Appropriate Gifts Than
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maps and information.
W. C. RINEARSON, ccn. mv-,. tarn-
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Four Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable, Wm. Wilma
John Crvbaofh, PbU Mitch
H. P. Hull, I Simon,
E. W. Hunt, J. aL liuiord
SotleltorB Jsekaoa and Ham.