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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1902,
Chicago Dental Company
For Painless Dentistry
Call and have your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling or crowning will cost
before the work is commenced.
Seta of teeth, if you need them,
or if your old ones do not fit call
on us and we guarantee a fit. Our
Thin Elastic Plates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do, and fit when all oth
ers fau by our method.
Cement Fillings 2SC
Silver Fillings SQc
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $1.00
Gold Crowns, 4 to 6 4.00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Orer Speiders Drug Store.
When in Doubt
Health is Life's Greatest Luxury.
World's Greatest and Most Successful Specialist in Chronic,
Nervous and Private Diseases of Both Sexes.
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MEN Our special system of treat
ment will cure you of Nervous Debil
ity, Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will
Power, Exhaustive Drains, Sleepless
ness, Lost Manhood, Defective Mem
ory, Stricture, Syphilis and all Blood
and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE is a frequent cause
of nervous and physical decline. 'Why
treat months with others when we
can positively cure you in from one
to three treatments?
Visit our office and we will le
pleased to show you the finest electri
cal Latteries in the country. We in
vite comparison. Twenty years' ex
perience lias made Dr. Walsh a master
of the electrical method of curing
chronic diseases. Electricity is the
most powerful curative ardent known
in all Diseases Peculiar to Women,
Catarrh. Nervous Exhaustion, Rheum
atism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia, Backache,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc., etc.
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsK.
I am Proud of
It is a pleasure to know that your
of vour labor in the happiness of 1,000
shown in my business. My patients are from all classes, rich and poor, capi
talist and laborer, men and women. I am doing twice the business I was i
year ago. Why? I suppose it is because I give every patient what he wants
I have made a life study of the development of perfect manhood and
womanhood I have adapted electricity to restore health and strength and
the result is, I cure nine cases out of ton of chronic ailments after the failure
of the best doctors, and the best of it for you is that the services are
Free for One Week.
The reason of this extension of free
cent of the patients that call on me come recommended by some former
patient whom I have cured, and consequently they pay mo for my services;
the other ou per cent arc inose tnai nave seen my irec treatment advertise
ments in the papers and are treated
Free for One Week.
Now, if yon are sick or ailing in any manner and you happen to read
this announcement you are lucky indeed, providing you call and accept this
great offer. Of course I want it understood that when YOU ARE CUHED
you will give me a recommendation or else do what you can in the way of
recommending others to me, because that is tne way l make my expenses.
Later, when I have about 90 per cent of the people calling on me, do so
through the recommendation of some cured friend, l am going to stop the
free treatment offer altogether, but nntil then I want the true merits of my
most' successful treatment on earth known to everybody and I don't know of
any better way than by extending my services
Free for One Week.
I HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE ELECTRIC ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
WORLD FOR TREATING THE SICK, INCLUDING THE X-RAY.
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.,
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 55 Mitchell & Lynde Building,) Rock Island.
Iloun: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 11a.m.
The above portrait is that of
Countess Mogelstud, of Chica
go, 111., whose gratitude for the
benefit received from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
"It affords me great pleasure to add
tny testimony to the very excellent
merits ot Dr. Miles' Kerwine. Although
1 am past 8o years cf ae I find it
soothes the tired brain, quiets the irri
tated net-res and insures restful bleep.
1 never feel contented without a bottle
of it in toie house." Gratefully yours.
is a nerve tonic and strength
builder ihat starts right in re
storing health immediately0
Sold by mil Druggists.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Consult the Bes
If You Want Health Consult the
THE THOUSANDS we have cured
during our eight years in Davenport
must prove to you that our cures are
There are few doctors that have the
ability to cure chronic diseases. You
must remuiulHT that over 60 self
called specialists have located during
the past few years in the tri-cities and
have made extravagant claims to cure
chronic diseases, and they all have
left Ix-hind them broken promises and
failures. Therefore, if you want to
insure yourself against loss of money
and obtain health, consult Dr. Walsh,
for he has leen long tried and has
proven a success when others have
failed. Remember it pays to consult
the est hrst.
Only curable diseases taken. If you
cannot call write. Hundred's cured
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p.
Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
work is well done and to see the fruits
men and women. And the fruits are
treatment is that now fully 50 per
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"rTr:; a T:
The outlook for a largre attendance
at the Jackson day laiiiiet this even
ing is reported food. On the basis of
the number of tickets that have been
sold, the committee looks for nn at
tendance of from to 150.
The marriage of Oeorg-e K. Ren fro
and Mrs. Marie M. Kelly was perform
ed at the home of Pastor C. C. Davis,
of the Christian chnjiel yesterday.
The description of the body and
clothes of the floater found yester
day by men cutting ice near the point
of the island opposite the Glucose
works, nnswers in all particulars that
of Charles Oleson, a stone cutter for
merly stopping1 at the National hotel
in this city, lie disappeared live or
six weeks niro and has not been seen
or heard of since. The only paper
found in the pockets of the clothing
was u postal card addressed to the
postmaster at liurliiiiftoii, la., and
reading as follows: "(Jive Hilly Kelly
my inainl and oblige." The sig
nature was fliflicult to make out and
npix-ared to be either N. Oleson or N.
Mat son. The card was dated at
Twentieth street. Rock Island. The
coroner prepared the following de
tailed description of the body: About
33 years of age; possibly a few years
younger or n few years older; five
feet 30 inches in height, red mus
tache, dark hair, laced shoes, with
the soles well worn; dark corduroy
punts, a soft, shirt, with collar at
taiheil; a necktie, sack coat of clay
'worsted cloth; a iiepper and salt vest,
teeth sound in front, well preserved.
short and strong. In the pockets
were found, besides the card already
mentioned, two knives, a tooth brush
and several buttons.
The remains were identified today
as those of William Kelly, a member
of the crew of the steamer W. J.
Young. He left the boat nt Duvn-
port on its last trip up promising to
return in a short time and go back to
Uurlington. He was not afterwards
seen bv members of the crew. The
identification was brought about
through some keys that were found
on the bo;ly belonging to compart
ments on the Young, and a knN'e
which had formerly belonged to an
other of the crew. The man who had
owned the knife was the one who rec
ognised th articles named.
James (J. (Jarrigns, the young man
arrested last Saturday on a charge of
having swindled M. T. Drown out of
$2o. was brought before Justice J. C.
Hall yesterday afternoon and waived
examination. He was bound over to
the grand jury to answer to the
charge of obtaining money under
false pretenses. (Jarrigns was releas
ed on $100 bond furnished by J. A
Keed, of Itock Island.
Trains on the Kock Island were de
laved for an hour and a half last
evening by a car that jumped the
track nt Fifth and DeSota streets
just where the trucks of the South
western branch join the main line.
The car was on the freight that was
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health. They promptly remove any obsUnc
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they act like ma irlc a few doses will work
wondera upon the Vital Organs; Strengthen
ing the muscular System, restoring the long
lost Complexion, bringing back the keen
edge of appetite, and arousing with the
lloaebnd of Health the whole phy
alcal energy of the human frame. These
re -'facts" admitted by thousands, in all
classes of society, and one of the best guar
antees to the Nervous and Debilitated is
that BEECHAM'S PILLS havethe
Largest Sale of any Patent
Medici nes in the World.
Ileecham'a Pills have hern before
the public for half a century, ami
are the most popular family mtHllcine.
'o testimonials are published, as
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Helena, Kug., and 365 Canal tt New
Sold everywhere In boxes, lOo. and 25c
mIIavm anil annJ.
44 from vnnp rirnvtrtst- Ua a
bos by until. DoatDsid.
makw a beautiful complexion. SS ci
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"I have been greatl benefited by
using your Ointment for pimples "
Mrs. M. Young, 4M Fourth are..
Genuine stamped C C C Fever sold fa bulk.
Beware ox the dealer who tries to sell
"something jost as good."
""' ' i "b iin
going Hovithwest. Xo one was hurt
in. the accident.
The last will anil testament of Sel-
ma C. Hoist was filed in the district
court yesterday by Attorney lleiify
Thuenen. By its terms all the estate
of the testator has been left to her
step-daughter, Mary Milstedt, of
Jamestown, X. Ti., except $100, which
was willed to C. D. Martiu, of this
city, who is made the sole executor
of the estate without bond.
Chairman Wilson, of the board of
sujervisors yesterday announced the
committees for the year. They are
composed as follows: County officers
and salaries, S. A. Wilson, John Stoller
and II. J. Wulff; criminal and court
costs, Frank T. Logan, Peter
Schwartz and S. A. Wilson; poor and
insane, John Sollcr, II. J. Wulff and
Frank T. Logan; poor house and farm,
Peter Schwartz, Frank T. logan and
John Soller; bridges and highways.
H. J. Wulff, S. A. Wilson and Peter
Four more cases of smallpox have
been brought to light in Davenport,
involving two families. One of them
is that of X. S. Plank, the jeweler,
and his shop on West Second street
has been closed.
OCTAVE THANET WRITES
OF FEJEEVARY HOME
On Xew Year's day the four inmates
of the Fejervary home, Davenport,
received a present of a beautiful
bound volume entitled, "Nicholas
Fejervary, in Memorium, a Tribute of
Affection and Kespect from Octave
Thanet," the gift being from Miss
Celestine Fejervary, daughter and
only child of the founder of the
home, who is now residing at Bud
An extract taken from the book
and relating to the rtirioses of Mr.
Fejervary in founding the home is
"To express his gratitude to the
country that received him, to the
county where his fortune was made,
and to help a class in which he had
lx-en interested all his life, Mr. Fejer
vary gave sufficient property to build
ami endow the Fejervary Home for
old farmers of Scott county. He had
planned every detail of the handsome
and curiously comfortable building
with his chosen architect before he
announced his intention. The home
has some unique features. For one
thing, being planned by an old man
all its details have been studied with
reference to the wants of age. I
have visited a great many so-called
homes. Generally the best of them
have cramped quarters for the in
mates and large and airy reception
rooms. In the Fejervary Home the
public rooms are neat and tasteful,
but in no wise, either in space or fur
nishing, better than the large, sunny
rooms given to the old men. Some
of these rooms are on the ground
floor. 'Old men don't like to climb
stairs." said Mr. Fejervary. Kach
man has his own room, with his own
little comforts. There are broad
acres about the home where the su-
eriiitenuent raises a bountiful sup
ply of vegetables and fruit, and the
old men fare well. in their last days.
One or two of them has his own
private, garden. In the basement
there is a little carpenter shop where
one of the inmates makes most in
genious little gifts for his friends and
keeps everything about the house in
gooil order. The inmates being men
of character and education, 'whom
unmerciful disaster has followed fast
and followed faster, the whole inten
tion of the home Ls to give them a
safe harbor after their stormy
"There is an absence of the nag
ging rules that make the ordinary in
mate of the ordinary institution feel
like a child in a very strict school;
in the Fejervary home that warm and
gracious hospitality which every
guest of the Fejervary's knows, still
lingers' and makes these sad anil un
willing guests welcome without ques
tion or diction. It is not intended to
ls a large institution (which is one
of the greatest virtues to the writtr's
mind) but to make its inmates com
fortable and happy. Therefore little
attentions which would be impossi
ble in a very large institution are
continually shown to the wants and
tastes of the inmates."
Thla Germ ls Overlooked.
The doctor men are chasing
The microbes near and far,
Tbey are all bent on placing
The crawlers in a jar,
Hut thej' overlooked a matter
An imporatnt little worm
That is wont to widely scatter;
Salt Lake Tribune.
Dont LJve Together.
Constipation and health never go
together. DeWitt's Little Early Kis-
ers promote easy action of the bow
els without distress. I have been
troubled with coBtiveness 9 years,"
says J. O. Greene, Depauw, Ind. "I
have tried many remedies, but Little
Early Kisers give best results." For
sale by all druggists.
KID-NE-0ID3 DO THE WORK.
When the kidneys aro out of order
nil the ether organs of the body are
ei.sturlc.L The. hr.nu3 and feet are
co.' l. C;e he.1 .iccs, the appetite is
lest, tee brood la thin, etc Cure the
slrk kidneys and the re:t of the body
will get wett. The surest cure Knowa
Is Kid-Ne-Oids. 50c Try them.
T. II. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
Hugh Shaw, the smallpox patient, is
reported as doing well by his attend
ing physicians. All those exposed to
the disease in the house have been
vaccinated. J. S. McMamis. Ed. Mc
Manus, Miss Hlanche Mc.Manus and
Henkt K. Anderson, who were at
work when the quarantine was estal
lished, have temporarily taken up
their residence with relatives. 'Ev
eryone should be vaccinated," is the
advee of Mayor Wessel.
Mrs. Alvina Christina Anderson, age
27, and bom in Andover, died at 1:10
p. m. yesterday at the family resi
dence. She leaves her husband and
three little sons.
Xotice has lieen served by the war
department on the city that the gov
ernment will not provide a guard
and keejK-r for the new Kock river
bridge. This decision is also inter
preted to further imply that the gov
ernment has been under the impres
sion that the city expected to perma
nently maintain the bridge.
Henry Anthony, foreman of the
pattermakcrs at Williams, White o.
Co.'s, has resigned his posit io?i. and
will some time within tl e n?t thirty
days, go to Wichita, Kansas, to j'in
Messrs. Grimes and Wi.rren in the
iron works that is being established
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Lippincott and
daughter have gone to Florida. They
expect to make an extended stay at
St. Petersburg, near Tampa, when
Mr. Lippincott s parents reside dur
ing the winters.
Miss Myrtle Dixon, formeilv mana
ger of the Postal Telegraph com
pany's local office, is in the city from
Chicago as guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence E. Xason. Miss Dixon has
been stationed at the Hotel del Prado
tn the old Midway grounds, and is at
present enjoying a short vacati-sn in
cidental to a new assignment by the
Superintendent Hesler, who was in
Moline last Monday was sent
here to look over the ground and lay
plans for the new depot, which, it
can now be announced definitely, the
Hur'ington will build this year in Mo
line. Again can the : n"ior be con
firmed that the P.urlington was the
purchaser of the Dunn projerty on
Second avenue, but it is not altogether
decided that the passenger station
will be erected there, from the fact
that the officials are not altogether
satisfied that it would be a safe busi
ness policy to move so far from their
present location and away from the
business center. On the other hand,
it is argued, the road might be ser
iously handicapped in securing a lo
cation when it is possible the city
may decide to order all tracks ele
vated. From continual exHsure and starv
ation. Mrs. Edward Kathburn of 1S14
Third avenue died Monday at the
county infirmary, and there ended
the life struggle against poverty of a
woman, ill-treated and neglected by a
husband who refused to support
her, and the wife and three chil
dren, the oldest under 3 years of age.
went hungry. The pitiable condition
of the family in the tumble-down
house on Third avenue excited the
compassion of charitable women and
Poormaster Crawley was appealed t
und extended aid.
Congressman G. AY. Prince of 111
nois has offered n joint resolution in
the house providing for a preliminary
survey for the construction of
steamboat lock at Moline.
The rumble of the balls and the
sharp clatter of the flying pins in the
new bowling alley seems destined t
rack the city to its foundations and
tear in tatters a small corner of the
municipal fabric. And it is all over
the question as to whether or not the
resort shall be open on Sunday. If it
is, other places of similar character
declare that they are entitled to the
same rights and then arises a long
vista of complications. P.efore the
council Monday night a petition was
read asking that the city ordinance
be changed to allow the place to stay
open until midnight every night in
stead of being compelled to close at
11. and on Sunday. There were l'.0
signers, names of the best people
town apcaring in hte list. The docu
ment was referred to the ordinance
It Girdles the Globe.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica salve
as the best in the world, extends
round the earth. It's the one perfect
healer of cuts, corns, burns, bruises,
sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, felons,
aches, pain and all skin eruptions.
Only infallible pile cure. 25c a box at
Hartz & Ulenieyer's.
Experience convinces. See for
yourself how quickly t Ely's Cream
Balm will cure catarrh or cold in
the head. We mail trial sizes for 10c.
Full size 50c. All druggists. Ely
Ilros., 56 Warren street, Xew York.
Clifton, Arizona, Jan. 20, 1S99.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: Find enclosed 50c,
for which please send me your Cream
Halm. I find your remedy the quick
est and most permanent cure for
cold in the head, catarrh, etc. Yours
truly, Dell M. Potter, general man
ager Arizona Gold Mining Co.
Dow An Tr KJaaers f
DT. Iiooim eparwrna ri" coir mircy 1 cam
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BEST FOR THE
If yon haren't a reenlar. healthy movement of the
bowels every dar, you're lil nrwill be. Keepyonr
bowels oion. sod be well. Force, in tbe shape of
violent physic or pilj poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, eulctt, most perfect wuy of keepiug
the bowels clear and clean is to tsko
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Ploaaant. Palatable, Potent. Taxts Good, Do
flood, Kevtr Sicken. Weaken orGrine; Hi. 25 and
SO cents per box. Write for free sample, svd book
let on health. Address 4o3
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEA'J
Searle & Mr?hall, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County J
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure General Mo 4ba5
Franklin L. B:iss
William Atkln-on. Helen L. Atkinson. John
(otT, John W. Dresben, Peoples National
Bank, ot Kock Island, Illinois
Notice is Hereby Kivea that by virtue of a
decree of said Court enter, d ! tbe abve en
titled caut.e on tbe Thirty-first day of October.
A. D., 1801, I SualL on -aturday tbe eleventh
day of January. A. D 19 n. at the hour of two
o'clock in tbe afternoon, at tbe east door of tbe
Court House In the City ot Kock Island In said
County of Kock Wand, to satisfy said decree,
sell at pub ic vendue to tbe highest bidder for
cash, those certain parcels -f land Mtuste in
tbe County of Hock Inland and State of IUi
nois, known and described a follows, to-wii:
Commencing at the n- rth west corner of
lot No. one (1) in block No to (2) in How
ard's Second addition to tbe citv of K- ck
Island; thence west 1 chain and SI links to the
county road; thence south along tb i county
road 4 chains and 74 links: tbence west I cba n
and 21 links; tbence ntrtb 4 chains arid 74 links
to place of beginning, cow known as out lots
sixy two (62) and slxty-tbree (63) as desig
nated upon tbe assessor's plat of said addition
to Kock Island for A. D lo4. and beinif a part
of what was formerly known as- lot evenly -seven
(77) in taij south east tractions quar
ter south of Ind i in b' und-ry line or section
thirty-sis (36) townsh p eighteen (18) oorb
range two (2) west in tbe county of ock
Island and state of Illinois: also lot two (8) in
b ock two (2) In Howard's Second addition to
tbe city of nock Is and, situated in the
county of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
excepting from tbe tract first above de
6cribed the following, to-wit:
Commencing a, a point one hundred and
fifty (160) feetsoutbof tbe north et coiner
of lot one (i) in block two (2) In Howard's
second addition to the c1 y cf Hock Island
thence running wen to tbe ext line of him
or SOtb street; tbence along said line of K m
or 30tb street and south fifty (-0) feet: tbence
east to tbe west line f nail lot one (I) in
b ock two (2) in said Howard's eccd a dl
tion: thence north hftv (50) feet to the place
t-t beginning being a part, of out lots 62 and
63 designate d upon tbe ases-sor's rlat of said
addition to Mock Island for A D. 1&64, and be
ing part of what was formerly Imownasout
lot seventy-seen (77) in be s II southeast
fractional quarter south of Indian boundary
line of section thirtv-tix (36) townsLip eigh
teen (l) nortb range to (-') west or the
fourth Prlnoipal Meridian.
Dtrd at Rock Island. Illinois, th's ninth day
of December, A. I. 1001.
El win K Pabmestib,
Master in Cbancey. Rock Island v.ouuty. III.
SKABUC & MAHSBALI,
The iost for the Least.
The most ";oxls for the least money, ami the best that can
1h bought, has been the reputation of this store ever since its
oenin day, and we still intend to outdo all previous efforts,
and give vou the same jjootls but at a much lower priee than you
Men's Shoes, satin ealf goods,
quality regular . . . '.'5c
Warm lined slippers for women,
worth Son and $1, for. . . . 4ie
Boys1 satin ealf Shoes, good
quality, worth $1.50, for K-Sc
Youth's Shoes, satin calf, bought
to sell for f 1.25, this sale 75c
Ladies, viei kid Shoes, very
stylish, reg. f 1.50 quality, l)5c
Ladies' Ilubbers, best grade 19e
Men's Storm Rubbers 49c
50 men's all wool Cheviot Suits,
former price $6.95, sale, $3.95
100 dozen mixed wool Socks,
former price 15c, this sale 8c
200 Boys' Corduroy Knee Pants,
75c and $1 values, at. . . . 48c
1 lot boys' 3-pieee Suits, $2.4S
value", this sale for.... $1.48
250 dozen pairs of grey, tan ami
Mottelece Blankets, large size,
reg. price 89, special for. 69c
500 lbs of live geese and thick
Feathers (sanitary cleaned);
reg. price 59c, special, lb. 35c
1 case extra heavy Armour Plate
loys' Stockings, reg. price
25c, sale price lc
1,000 yards Tennis flannel checks
and stripes, reg. price 6c a
yard, special price, yard. 4J c
50 pieces best quality Apron
Ginghams, same as Amos
Keag, reg. price 6c a yard,
special price, a yard 5c
1 lot lioys' wool Shirts and
Drawers, reg. 48 and ooc. .4zc
1 lot Ladies' natural wool Vests,
reg. price 58c, special . . . 42c
25 dona IdlM' All Wool Hom. black,
price c, special price
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
CHICAG O R -CK ISLAND
s Pacific haiiwas Tickets
can be purchased at City
T cket offlee. if i S Second ave
nue, or O , R L & i. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Thir
ty-fifth street. Frank H. Plumxier, agent.
: 2:5 am
oenver Limited & Omaha. . it i- am
Ft. Worth, Denver & K C. !t 5:05 am
M'nneapolis it n:0 am
i t:10 pm
umaua & ues Momes t :ou in
I -l t :u pm
I 3:00 am
jt 3:50 am
plmabs & Minneapolis.... ,tlz:0r aoj
Omaha & Lincoln ex 7:f5 am
D8 Moines & Omaha ll;5fi pm
Denver. Llno- ln at omana. ; 2:iu m
rwx Mrt1na I TnrKS tl2:lS nm
jT o:ps am
5t Paul i..nepo!l8 j 2:40 m
Denver, Ft Worth & K. C. i n:oo a t
tKa'sasCItv. stJoeIenv;ll:l0 pm
tKock Isltcd& Washington ll:n0 am
Chicago & DesMoii es t 2:15 pm
Rock Island &. Brooklyn so !:3o pm
t maha St Kock Island.... ; 6:40 pm
t v l.i pm
tlO 35 p'u
t 6:30 am
t 3:25 pm
i 3:20 pm
t 7:40 am
; 7:00 pn
arrvai. f eprture. tunuy, except sut
dav. Daily, except Saturday. All others
daily, telephone 1093 and 1423.
BURLINGTON RODTE C.
B. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOTJNG,
at. Louis aoriugtleld.
Peoria, (juincv. oales'
burg and sterling
6 25 am 6:55 am
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City
7 25 pm
i enver and - tactile
Coast . ia Ualesburg . . .
Sterling and points In
termediate I'ast Moline (suburban) . .
r.t i. , Den-er and west
11 n ton and ' -ubuque
Davenport and Clinton ..
Vlinton. Dubuque, La
Crosse, ?t Poul. Minn
ar.d we-t and N W
7:R5 pm 1 6:15 am
Dal'y tDaily except Sunday
ro:k ISLAND & PEORIA
Kaiway. Depot Flist avenue
and '1 went'eth street. M. A.
Patterson, general passenger
agent. Passenger trains leave
f. H T A. T Mrkltn A.pfnilfl
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than lime given.
El L. Goff. Agent.
TKAINS. I LEAVE i 1BR1TI.
Peoria. Sprii gtteld. at. L.,
Peoria. Springfield. Indian
lngton. at Louis
Peoria, indianspolis. Cin
Cable Acc tmmodation
Cable & -her'ard Accom
Cile & Sherrard Accom
Tra'ns marked are daily AU others eaily
except hue day
CtHIC GO. MILWAUKEE
J & St. Paul Rliway. D ,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. Wiod,
spent The trains for Du
buque and points nortb run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepon ai d Milwaukee will run
vi Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains w'll connect at (savanna for points
east and wen.
Dubuque and at Paul Pas-,
senger . !
Dubuque and nt. Paul Pas-';
Milwaukee Express !
Freeport xpress !
7:25 am 11:40 am
10 15 ami 11:15 am
4:00 pmj 9:15 pm
7:00 am; 9:15 pm
4:20 t m! 11:40 am
Ail trains d-tUy except bunday.
in Shoe Department.
Moloney Bros.' Shoes for ladies,
worth 3 and 3.50, for $1.98
Men's box calf Shoes, welt sole,
wortli $3.50, for $2.50
Misses' Shoes, viei kid, exten
sion sole, t his sale 85c
Child's Shoes extension sole,
viei kid, reg. $1.25, for.. 75c
Women's 3-point kid Slippers,
made for comfort, at ... . 59c
Ladies' Alaskas, warm, only 39c
Ladies' strap Slippers 59c
1 lot hand made Winter Caps,
regular price 45c and 50c,
this sale 23c
1 lot heavy lined mule skin
Mitts, regular 35o kind, this
50 doen heavy fleeced lined Un
dershirts, 50c and 75c values,
this sale 37c
3 dozen Bed comforts, good cal
ico covered, white cotton, reg.
$1.48 and $1.75, each. . $1.29
25 pair all feather Pillows,
weight 6 lbs, reg. $1, spec. 85c
50 dozen children's heavy riblied
Uecced Hose, reg. price 10c,
750 yards best Tennis Flannel,
Amos Keag, light and dark
patterns, reg. 10c, special 7c
10 dozen ladies' extra heavy
fleeced Vests ami Pants, reg.
price 59c, special 42c
12 dozen boys' ribbed fleeced
Underwear, Shirts only, reg.
price 29c and 35c, special 21c
40 dozen ladies' heavv grey
mixed Hose, reg. price 15c,
special 10c i
oxford and blue mixed, regular 21c
8:05 am 10 20 pm
1:45 pm 6:33 pm