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TUB AUG US, TnUDSDAT. JUNE 27, 1901.
g Professional Cards.
. McCASKKIN & McCASKBIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Roek Island sod Milan. Rok hlMd office
Over Krell A Math's store. Milan offlcs o
B. & COVMKIXT. B. O. COVVEIXT.
CONNELLY A CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over nomas' drer
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
. Office In Rock Island National Bank Bunding-.
VM.ULDDOLTB. BOIIRT. . RITD9US
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Buford
a. d. iwhhit. c i WALABB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office la BengstotCblock.
a J. BI1RLI,
a B. MARSHALL
Monrr to loan on (rood real estate security.
MitchcU & Lyrrte block, Kock Inland, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan woner on rood security; make eollee
ttona. Reference, Mitchell Sl Lynda, bankers.
Office, Mitchell A Lyode building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Ctty attorney of Rook
Mitchell A Lysde building.
Island. Room 4,
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
R racial attention todlneaaes of women and
Children. aJo diseases of eye. ear, none and
throat, OfUee hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p
a. Ail Sixteenth street, Kock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 110 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
t .'JM p. m.
XKTY. KIN ART A ITS.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dent'-St.
ATI dlnnaiw-n of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operations per-
formed in a sctvntiuo manner. LHg treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
Infirmary, FTlck A Kauu s livery barn.
DR. M. A. IIOLLINGSWORT1I.
calls phone 4361.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Office hours from aioUam. and I to 6 p
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours 8:80 to 12 a. tn., MOtotrtt) p. m
219tf Eighteenth street. Opposite Union office
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second Door.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Oat Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second ayenue. Telephone
Sawed building stona,
Ashlar and Trimming,
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone doea not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Flan sent
nn for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Qaartlos 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. & Q- R- R.
Train Nos. 6 and 10 will itop
and let visitor! off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Fhotoi of
buildings can bo focn at Room
No, 13, Mitchell A Lynde'i build
ing. . Address:
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manrgor
Boa Island or Colo. Ill-
At the Breakfast Table.
said niy aunt.
"What you need,'
"I've noticed that women usually be
gin with generalities when they Intend
to end with the speciflc.
"Well, then, perhaps I do. She's re.
Iatcd to the Gordons, and she's from
"What part or the west?" I ques
Aunt Julia spread out her hands,
"Oh, Illinois or Iowa or Idaho. It's all
the same. Isn't It? And what was the
place you came from, Indiana?"
"I wonder that you ever put up with
me, ' I suggested.
"Tour mother was a Massachusetts
"And this ah this young lady for
whom I am destined bow did she
overcome your prejudices?"
"Well, she's a Yankee, too, on ber
"I know you'll Uko ber, for she's
pretty and clever, and she knows bow
to wear ber clothes. Altogether"
"Altogether she must be a marvel
since she pleases my fastidious aunt.
"Besides" and then Auut Julia broke
off and began thoughtfully to butter a
bit of roiL
"Besides" I echoed.
"Well, 6he has money, or will have.
though of coarse that's a minor consid
eration. One should look first for fami
ly and brains."
"Still money enables one to use those
Aunt Julia agreed
"And without money, brains and fam
lly are only an aggravation. You be
come miserable beeanse you know
enough to want the things you can't
get. and it doesn't do you any good to
know that you're somebody if you have
to go around looking like nobody."
"Don't be Intricate. I'm going to In
troduce you to her. She's been stopping
at her cousin's all spring. I've seen a
good deal of her, and I've decided I'd
like her for a niece. I want you to
think of It seriously for my sake."
"For your sake I'd be almost willing
"You're not bad looking, you've a lit
tle money, and if you only work you
may make a name for yourself.
I bowed, "rioase go on. My great
trouble Is that I've always had too poor
an opinion of myself, but if you talk
like that I fcliall believe I'm a man of
"You have far too good an opinion as
It Is. You're too particular. You think
that no woman is good enough for you.
I don't believe you ever really cared
enough for a woman to even think of
asking her to marry you
I finished my coffee. "Have it your
own way, I answered, retelling some
thing of a sigh.
"We'll meet her today.'
"Where?" I exclaimed, leaning for
'I'm going to take you to Harriet
Mobun's coming out party this after
noon. She'll lie there."
"Oh. but see here," I protested. .'This
is going it a bit fast. I no sooner get
my foot on my uative soil than you
Introduce me to a young woman, with
instructions to fall In love vrtth her.
Yoii haven't even told me her name.
"Didn't I?" said my aunt sweetly.
"Mallard," said I. and I began very
deliberately to fold my napkin. "Cot
"I should have hazarded Elizabeth."
I lammed my napkin through the
ring. "Has she talking eyes and skin
colored lite rose petals? Does her hair
fluff a good deal, and is ber smile like
sunshine in April? Are ber bands like
soft silk If you touch them and yet
strong and fine to look at? Is her
nose straight, but a thought tlpetilted?
And docs everybody In the world do
precisely as she wants them to because
6he can twist anybody around ber fin
ger and they're glad to be twisted?"
'Bless the boy!" exclaimed Aunt Ju
lia. "I suppose she might answer your
description, though It is a trine too full
of color to
"I Infer that you do know her." And
Aunt Julia pushed back from the table,
"Well?" she questioned, rising.
i rose too. "bue tne woman you
said you didn't believe bad ever hap
pened." I answered soberly,
"That I once asked her to marry me,
"But but I don't understand. She
"She refused me."
Auut Julia stiffened. "That was"
"Twp years ago."
be called exact. Do you NEWS NOTES FROM CABLE.
Batch of Miscellaneous items Oathered la
Colliery Town. . , . ,
Cable, Jane 27. Miss Winnie Lees,
of Coal Valley, is visiting at the home
oi James It. Brown, south of town
Three hundred and fifty tickets
were sold at this station to the Con
gregational church Sunday school ex
cursion to Watch Tower last Wednes
day. A special train of six coaches
took caie of the crowd.
Mils Tillie Kldrtd. of Rock Island.
is visiting her parents here.
A home talent play' entitled Man
and Master" will be given at the
Cable opera house Monday
Yes. that's why I. went abroad and I July 1, the proceeds to go for the
staid." I tried to laugh down at Aunt
Julia, but I'm afraid the laugh wasn't
We were standing side by side at the
table now. The little lady put out her
band quickly and took one of mine.
'You poor, dear boy! And to think you
never told me when I might have help
"Sometimes one doesn't care to tell
things," I answered, and I kissed Aunt
Julia's fingers. Next to Betty I think
she has the prettiest hands in the
world. Woman's Home Companion.
n MiIMIPIDhI MbTTPRC o
O MiM.uw.inu .unuw. O
City Council Boom, Kock Island, June
20. ihe l ouncil met in adjourned regu
lar M."4sion at 8 p. hi., all the iiKlcriiien
nresout and Mayor Knox presiding.
The Clerk read u certificate from the
Kock 1-land IJbrary Hoard repining the
levy of a tax of $10,000 for building pur
loes a formality required by law. Al
derman Anderson moved that the report
be received and that the amount be set
apart, tarried by unanimous vote.
The Council went into committee of
the whole to consider the annual ap
rojiriation ordinance, on motion of Al
derman Kennedy, and the Mayor called
Alderman Andernon to the chair.
After consideration the committer
benefit of Ernest Geisler and familv
(juite a number from here attended
the Mercer county Woodmen picnic
at vioia. Wednesday, June ID.
Gust Swanson, of JSwedona, visited
at the home of his brother, Alfred
E. J. Quaintance has returned from a
trip to Chicago, where he had taken
a carload of hops and one of cattle.
Theo Peterson left Saturday for a
weea-s trip to Kansas. He went prin
ci pally to look at some land.
Contractor William Sarginson, of
Sherrard, is putting an addition to the
residence of John Russell.
The Richland Grove Sunday school
convention was held at the Coorre
gational church Sunday, June 23
ueorge Liawson, Jr., was one of the
speakers at the Mercer county Wood
men picnic at Viola.
Theo Scott, a fireman on th K I
& P., and a former Cablo boy, was
married at Mclino June 1'J to Mi
Anna Wynn. His many friends here
Alfred Lilllman made a business
trip to the tri cities Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert Ward is visiting with
friends in Iowa this week.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Arthur Johnson at the homo i f his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William John
son, west of tiwn Monday evening
in honor of his lDih birthday. A
of youog folks nuniberinir
. . , i . I l J j r
rose, .Mayor rxno.x reumcu inc cnair aim I about fifty gatheifcd at their home
Alderman Anderson reported aa the re-1 early in the evenin
mlt of the committee' deliberation, an
ordinan-e making the following annual
Library Building, special tax, $10,000 00
Fire depart men t ...
Twent v-ninth street
arly in the evening and enjoyed
themselves at playing games, danc
ing and other aiuuetments until a
ltte hour. A bountiful supper was
served at midnight, to which all did
ample justice. When daylight began
to make its appearance all departed
for their homes wishing Arthur many
more such happy birthdays.
Total $T4,S10 U
Alderman Anderson moved immediate
coii-tilcratiou. wiiicli wa.-t voted and then
moved the passage of the ordinainv. and
the ordinance passed b- unanimous otc.
Alderman Anderson offered a reoIu
Hon winch wa-s unanimously adopted,
disposing of other estimated revenues
into man cipal funds a follow:
Overdraft due citv treasuur. !?11.S."i2 G
llescrvoir loiid, due Dec. 1.. 5.000 OO
Kesei voir land 5,000, 00
Klections 1,000 tK)
Cartisey square MX) OO
iK-ncer square SO 00
Health department Ti.SJl 14
Ollice l.(MM) 00
Printing 4.10 00
Salaries ". T.ikmi oh
Sewers 1.000 0;)
Ward sidewalk fund 4.7(H) O-)
Waterworks expense 14 (MMI OH
Waterworks construction .... 4.OO0 00
lb'scrvoir expenses i.0OO OO
Ueservoir construction S.IMMr OH
Twent v-sccoud t. improvcin't S.500 OO
Milan bridges l.r.OO 00
I'went v-f.rst street drain "i.OOO on
Twenty-first street paving... 2,400 00
Fire alarm system I.IOO OO
Streets 1.JS00 00
..U 2"s II 7?'.2 H.fi.i
..14.H.j 14.IM1 14.3 H.82i
. 8.1 j
,. $n.S,523 74
The Council adjourned on motion of Al
derman Gall. II. C. SchafTer,
HOW MANY OLD PEOPLE ARE
THERE IN THIS CITY.
Nine-tenth of tbero are older than tbev need
re. a ue to iock or itmeiy care.
I at ure cries out for assitance. Wby don t
you oeea tne can?
Do nniethlDK for jmir bod? to revtre and
preserve it. .Neglected machinery soon rusts
and Is worn out for the want of a little oil now
impoverished Wood, worn oat nerves and
their ooDseiuences make you prematurely
YOUTH IS A PRICELE33 JEWEL.
Bead It la Ills Newspaper. ,'
Geonre Schaub, a well known citi
zen of New Lebanon. Ohio, is a con
stant reader of the Dayton Volkszei-
tung. He knows that this paper aims
to advertise only tho best in its col
umns, and when he saw Chamber-
Iain's Pain lialm advertised therein
for lame back he did not hesitate in
buying a bottle of it for his wifo, who
for eight weeks had suffered tho most
terrible pains in her back and could
get no relief. He says: "After using
the Pain Balm for a few days my wife
said to me, 'I feel as though born
anew, and beforo using the entire
contents of the bottle the unbearable
pains had entirely vanished and sbo
could again take up her housenoiu
duties.1' He is very thankful, and
hopes that all suffering likewise will
bear of her wonderful recovery. This
valuable liniment is for Bale by all
Mother U ray's KvMt rowders
for Children. Mother Gray, for years
a narse in tne uniiuren g norne in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in drug stores, calud
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children. They are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cure for feverishness, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25 cents. Sample
sent freo. Address Allen fc. Ulmsted,
Xo one wants to trow old.
uet a bottle of Mull Grape Tonto and note
tbe choice It will work tor you wltbin a Tory
short time. It Is a combination of rrapc,
I'm i , n.4 h.,llh i?l.i.. Iln.lw f . I. ik.
remedy of tae kind known. It will reduce aire LcKoy, N. Y.
more closely to a level with youth, ltnour. I
ishen and builds up the worn-out tissues, I Solatlo Ubeanaatlsm Cared.
. ' i , 1 1 . a iicmu miu kiuw mj y,u r uuu j, revives, I . . r . , .
rejuvenates and works wonders for those who I I agner. Wholesale arnggist,
u"Sir . ' t Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
drer " UI mcD- "uuicu "u CQU ful attack of sciatib rheumatism, was
Absolutely harmless, yet all powerful, and laid nr almost two months: was for.
we implore you to test its wonderful eura- J tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
i w mil KCl m trfa inilub lor em eeni, iu. I - ... .......
most as Urge a the SI size of other remedies. I UOCtOrS' prescriptions fiaa iailea lO
tne bottle is sulllclunt for the test. EvBrf I t, . rn an ofTaof T lim n 1 art hoard of
un.v m m vi iu uuiiar tu your ocaiin. i ours - . .i i
truiv. vnur r.,,.i.L une results irom oiners wnu nave
nsea it." Jola by utto urotian. ioii
Second avenue, liock Island; Gustavo
Schlerrel & Son, 220 West Second
! street, Davenport.
Chicago Oraia anil I'roduoe.
Chicasro. June' CR.
I-oIlowinK w re the quotations on- the
Hoard of Trade today:
Wheat Oi-n. Hich.
July .n;4 t
St plem ber
( K tober . . ..
19c rer lb: rxtra dalr'. 14il7c; iatk
lriK Ktot k. 12-..4iblc. Kjtks Kresh stock.
l'Kill'sc i-er loz. Llv I'oultry
Chickens, henn. Mc ier ib: pprinps. lofi
!: clucks, i'ic; turkeyp, ouiUo; srecse
53.on-!8..-)rt jr dcz. Apples Fair tc
choice. J 3. 00 "?.". Oil pr hbl. Pot u toe
Karly Ohio. 70t'7ac per bu. Sweet Pota-
toes Illinois. 50iu"75c.
Clilcaco I.lv Stork,
Hrr Estimated receipts for the day,
Sl.OrO; sales ranp.l at $4.fif)'55.75 for
pigs. $3.83186.12' for light. $3.83 5.S5 for
rough packing. $a.90'jb.i0 for mixed
and $9.fK)fi6.2.) fir heavy packing and
fhlpning lot?, with the bulk of ale at
$8.00 fa 6.13.
Catfn" Estimated receipts for th
day, 13.000; quotations ranged at Jo.smst
6.o0 choice to extra steers. $3.50'S5.SK1
good to choice do., $5.20-3 5.60 fa4r to
good do.. $4 .S3 0? 3. 15 common to medium
do., $4.35f4.S3 butchers' teT. $5.10i
6.15 fed western weers, $2.804.fi0 etock
em and reeaers. la cows.
5.15 heifers. $2.6"''f 4 65 bul1 and oxe-n.
$3.73 3 f0 stags. $4.40(35.35 Texas steers,
and $4.0O4i 6.Lf veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. lS.O'K): quotations ranged
at $3.50,a4.30 westerns. l.'.o8i4.S'J na
tivet. $4.50f?5.25 western lamba, and
$4.255.75 native- lambs.
East Hunilo 1,1 v stocK.
East HulTalo, N. Y.. June 26.
Punning At Steven. Live Stwck Com-
mission Merchants, East Buffalo. N. Y.,
quote as forlows: Cattle Keceipts. ;
curs: gcxd cattle Fteady to frtrong: light
$3.P0: rtllln, $4.6."; veals. $5.70. Hogts
Receipts. 10 oars; market active and
stronger; YorkerK. J6.0.-? 6.32; miexd
and heavy. $G.32ff8.35; pig. $6.30;
roughn. $5.60(7 5.K0. Stieep and Lamb
Receipts, 10 can; market Jtrong: year
lings lambs, tops. $4.di&a.00; springs
steady. $5.."i5(fj6.fK: culls. $3.5S(fJ4.i0;
theep. mix-d. $;.00T4.00: wethers and
6U Louts Grain.
St. Louis June 26
"Wheat Higher: No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 65'ic: track. 64W65C new; 67Sf68Hc
July. 674c: September. 64c; Oecen-wwrv,
6r.jj:66V(ic; No. 2 hard 65680. Com
Kasy: No. 2 curb.. 42.c; track, wmqf
44: Julv. 42c: September. 43c. Oat
Higher: No. 2 cash, 29c; track, 290
30He: July, 27'hc; September. 26
RT4c; No. 3 white. 310. rtye riigrner;
Milwaukee, Juno 2fi
WTieat Firmer; No. 1 northern, 67
68c: No. 2 northern. 6oB66c; July. 66c;
September. 66Sc. Barley null; No. 2
65c; sample, 3.Vr ftS'ic Oats Quiet; No,
2 white, 29c Rye Lower; No. 1. 48a
MuU's Ushtnlng Pain Killer relieves
tbs body of all acucs and pains. Rub it
on or drink It. -ii cents.
Hay Timothy, 12C$H; prairie, 130111. .
C01U 3 per too.
New potatoes 1.
Mutter Cboloe o fair, 134; fresh creamery
1 1 e ns- OS o per ponu.
Spring CbiOsens-IXOO per dozen. .
Cuttle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
4ttc&Atto: cows and n oners, iHeuw; oaivcs
Spring Umh-li WZ a bead.
pecial Business Mention
The following firms are recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Market S guars.
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at owest
Hull & Co.
Ask your Gro
cer for it and pet
a Cook Rook free.
S. A. MAGER
Second ave. and
Roof lag Co,
24th St. and
3rd Ave. Rock
If. SOSIf A,
AND ALL KINDS
Rides, wool ATal
low. Highest prlee
paid whether In
small or large
or ear load lots.
ave. 'Phone 4W2,
Kock Island, IU.
Second - Street,
The next session
7th, 18V8. Philo
For terms and full
to KKV. J. T. A.
AOADEMY OF THE
eondueted by the
inters of tbe visi
tation, 2039 Firth
avenue, Kock Is
land. The Acad
tbe new academy
will be opened
Mocday, Sept. IS.
MU8IO. ART. EL
and the languages.
IF POISONOUS DRL'OS BAVK FAILED
TO CURB roU, TRT NATURE'S
PROF. W. A. JACOBS, tbe treat
Bfa;nitl Hmtler will cure you
of any disease In a short time with
out the u&c of drugs.
Office: Flat No.
Office bo-irs 10 to 13 a. m., Z. to S p. m.,
and 8:80 to 8 p. m.
at moderate pri
L. A, Book
Tbl-ty elRhth street,
2100 Fifth ave-
a new Invention.
ZSO Bridge Avenue,
AVKNPORT, I A.
W. T. MagUl,
OfJioe la Masonle
P:00 to 12:00 a. m.
'SO to 4:30 p. m.
Rock Island, iu.
to Pubiio school
M r studio In Y.
om- wA- buUdln(r.
t'mce hours. 4 to -
All dsy Saturday.
O- If. DORAS,
CKOWN & HRrDUK
work a specialty
E. F. Siroehlo
Chicago papers de
livered and orders
taken for all peri
odicals. ini Third avenue.
A breath of Piae Ualsam la every caVe.
a birxlc ndcrt,
jr 1 1 I Uvcrs
anil all lovers
!lvr! w lio silt
ter from rouch,
red and chap
ped hands on
and f?ive a,
ly umtic nar
f Ina Soap
T h i 1 perfect
Arprlnrf Perferf-Puritv snap is made
. . Irom pure
FOR ROUGH SKIH. Z:
CHted, it destroys niseas rcrm5. kerps the pores open
and nukes the km wit and velvety. iNo oilier xp
c clleeiivc fr purilyinfF and be.iuliiintr the cimple
I'm. 'I he only preventive ni pimpic and bUtkhead.
i;ca oy pnybicians ior oam, sick room ana nursery.
2&c. ClN at Irta-hnc drir r fwi. T S cakr, Cir. ata.WI nrt
rfceip.ot rite by l'MOJI Ml'l ll t o.. rsj jtroaviway, .l
HESS AND HEAD
quirk!? t bcm. hj an Invtelbl 4vtc ; blM r
h Ip f t- Multr. m,mwrmn, . I, m.,. RMni
f Adja.tfnff. UHd bo iBdervtf fcv psT'
clui. U ni.ki y. Hlx l.K.aK .r. N Y.
fur liluatrmted bo-k of tiatuuontAiA, b pa
For -sale toy T. H. Thomas. 1S?0 Second
avenue. A. J. Klem. Founh avenue and Twen
ty third street Marshal). K.'8 Second avenue.
jleiincccK, vvi i till 11 avenue.
Blcher In Quality than most
Compare them with other Ogsrs end
ye find good reasons for their costing
the dealer more the other broads
FRAVH P. UHIS. PE0RU.IIL
ORIGINATOR TIN FOIL SMOKER PACKAGE
tho Best Two Wire Tires.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Our Electric Machine tar
tbs treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
OR J. R. WALSH,
Formerly of OnlraifO,
Surgoon-ln -Chief of Bt
NERVOUS DEBILITT, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insst -Ity,
Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other oooditlon due to nervous exbaustioa
CATARRll, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Livei
and Skin Diseases oan be quickly and permanently eured by our advanced system of medi
VARICOCELE is the most active oause of Nervous Debility. Why trs
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent eura In seven flays by our palnlss
methods. Hydrocele eared In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
fcavo eured many cases Kiven upas hopeless, and wo may be able to cure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home If denlred. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease la the hands of those who hsve had little or no practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronlo diseases.
DR. WALSH'S largo private practice and extensive experience as surp;oon-in-ehlefofSt.
Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds who
wore pronounced Incurable by other during tne five years he haii been located In Uavoi
port, proves conclusively that be la the physician you should consult If you want to get
Best of reference and credential!
Only Curable Cases Taken. ;j you cannot can write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
nasra, to II . an., a to aad T to S p. Sunday ll:SO to l:SO p. as.
Office 124 West Third Street M'CnUongh Building. Davenport. Ia.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Boole Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid on
MOHKT LiOABTKD Off FXRSOtf AL COLLATERAL OB RSAL EsTATX OXfJVBITT.
Kelley, Springfield and Star Brand.
Good Morgan i Wrtsht tires on your
wheels. slr.e for f l. size for SJO,
1 Inch Kir.- for W Ofllc-e 08, Miichcll
& I.vnrlc block. Work dono at shop of
the Wilson Molfne Huggy Co.
ROCK ISLAND RUBBER WHEEL
J. M. Huferd, President.
John Crubatigh, Vice lrseiasat.
i. Qreenawait, Cashier.
Bgtn the business July t, l80. andoeespylng
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SPRING WALL PAPER.
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