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THE AEGUS, MONDAY, TEBRUAKT 21, 1902.
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, HOW TO ECONOMIZE.
OME men economize so closely on the
number of words in a telegram that the
receiver can not understand it. This is not
sensible economy. Neither is it sensible
economy to ruin garments of value with cheap
soap or powerful chemicals that eat into the fabric
' True economy uses Ivory Soap in th; laundry.
It is the most of pure soap that can be sold for the
money. Chemically it is as innocent as water. Yet
it does everything you can ask of a soap. Try it I
0. T. PETERS 3N ADDRESSES
CONVENTION OF MINERS
Prof. O. T. Peterson. :i graduate of
Augti-tana college, who is imw em
ployed as teacher in tin- Soiilh Koch.
Island school.-, made ;i strong pica
before the miners convent ion ;it IV
ri:t Sntirr:l;iy for t he hcttcr educa
tion of miners children. Prof. IVtcr
""ii was r::icd in the ic"uiit of t'a
I J Jin I is thoroughly f : in 1 1 i:i r with
the subject upon which he spoke. He
declared th:it the state of Illinois is
negligent in the matter of tin- cduca
tion of 1 1n- chil Ircn of tin poorer
classes. Me favored the i:iss,iji' of
mi enactment ly which a state ta
of .j.COfi.iMM) annually shouH be lev
ied for Fcli'ml purposes, with us much
more to ln raised through local tax
ation. The extra funis sccnrcil in this
manner lie desired tt see expended in
lengthening the terms of school in
districts where there are hut live
months now hehl an I for the increas
ing of the salaries of iimlerpa hi coun
try teachers. lie a!-o made a plea
ngain-i the cunimiiii practice ofirin-J
ers in removing their children from
school aii'l putting them to work at
tender ayes. At the com lubon of his
address Prof. Peterson was gicn a
vote of thanks and resolutions in line
with the principh's he advocated were
passed. A poe.-n 11 1 n the school life
of miners children, which he read 1k
fore the convention, was made n part
of the official minutes.
Taxes for the year 1001 arc now
line. Parties having personal taxes
and no real estate will please make
immediate payment. The statutes in
regard to payment of personal taxes
are exacting and the law will be
strictly enforced if the personal
tax is not paid within a reasonable
time. Office with S. S. Hull, room
15, Mitchell & I.ynde building.
AVILLIA.M J. ZEIS,
When you want a physic that is
mihl and penile, easy to take ami
pleasant in effect, use Chamberlain's
Stomach ami Liver Tablets. Price 23
cents. Samples free. Every box is
guaranteed. For sale by all druggists.
Your druggist will refund you your
money if you are not satisfied after
using ('hamlM-rlains Stomach and
!Jver Tablets. They cure disorder
of the stomach, biliousness, consti
pation and headache. Price -J cents.
Samples free, at all druggists.
Educate Toer Bowela With Cajcarcta.
Candy Cathnrtic. euro constipation forever.
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Also a c-omploto line oil Ilamiltons, Illinois
and IJunn special 24 jewels. Kvery watcli
l;rsonally timed hy me.
JD A M iTT R MAXI FACTI KIXG.IKWKI.KR
Don't Fill Yourself With
IKin't MhK Tour Stomach
There is a euro for all diseases the
Wonderful Quaker Cabinet.
Costs but : cents a hath.
Von Can't Afford to ll Without On.
A $4 calnnct for $2.25
A $3 cabinet for $3.50
A $10 cabinet for $6.10
For further particulars call or ad'
434 Forty-cnl Street.
Cor. 3d Ave. ami 17th St., Over Treijiann's Meat Market, Rock Island.
If your teeth are had it is jmssible hy our improved methods
to give yon good ones at very low price. We make eight dif
ferent kinds, so we are sure of giving you just that which
you need for your individual case, however hard it may he.
We Miecccd when others fail.
TKKTH EXAMINATION ANI ADVICE FREE.
Cement fillings 20
Bone lillins 25
Silrer lillrnj-s 85
l'Litinum tilling.' 50 1 are free.
Gold hi inir.' ,
22kt;old Crowns 3.50
Plates (full set) 5.00
When I'lates are ordered extractions
Tcv-les of TKea.tre.
Of the "Woman Aganlst Woman
company, to be seen at the Illinois
theatre tomorrow evening, the Daily
News of Marshall, Mich., said Jan.
10: A crowded house witnessed the
production of 'Woman Against Wo
man' by the C. S. Sullivan company at
the opera house last evening. The
play was a five act melodrama writ
ten by Frank Harvey, and is peculiar
in that it brings on the stage many
common .everyday incidents. It fea
tures parental love as well as that of
lovers; the comedy is one of the'kind
found in homes where the pathos of
suffering Is so often concealed in hu
mor to the casual observer, and all
through the play the efforts if the
author to bring life ami its homely
incidents upon the stage is apparent.
The company is a good one. The
clever work of Fannie Hoyt, to whom
falls the most important and difficult
role of the play, was well received.
Her portrayal of 1 Jessie lhirton, the
loving wife, whose faithfulness and
courage conquered doubt, distrust
and the wiles of her enemy, was in
deed excellent. In the fourth act
particularly in the strongest climax
of the play, she received well merited
There was a large audience out to
see "A Romance of Coon Hollow" at
the Illinois last evening. The play is
in its eighth season and judging by
the success it is meeting with it i.-"
good for as many more.
Walker Whiteside anil his company
delighted two audiences of good pro-
Mrtions at the Illinois Saturday with
his presentation of "Heart and
Sword," a clashing romance, in which
there is abundant opportunity for
display of those artistic talents in
acting that have so endeared Mr.
Whiteside to lovers of the drama.
Ihe piece was prettily staged, and
cellently produced throughout. Mr.
Whiteside and Miss Ieila Wolstan. his
leading lady, having the support of a
Uleuer's band attracted another
large audience at the Illinois yester-
lay afternoon. The concert was fine.
The dialogue in Opie Kead's play.
The Starbucks." is said to be unusu
ally bright and a bit of it is offered
for illustration. The two persons
ctmccrnetl are Kintchin. an old color
ed servant, who has inherited $2
from n "inainm v." and Mrs. May field.
visitor from the north.
"Dar ain't many pussons dat's left
me $0 w'en they died and l'se had er
good many wives fust an "last, but 1
never married a woman like her."
'Then you have married several
''Yessnni: dar was my fust wife and
my fust step-wife."
"Your first step-wife?"
"Yessnni; stepeil into de place o'
- . c . . .1.1.
mv lust wite. .mv tusi wue. ocuc
ind she wu. a good woman, too. Hut
she liked music too well. Dar come
up heah one o dem yeller barbers
and picked er thing looked sorter like
er' banjo, an he cleared out wid
"That was sad."
"Nuff ter make er w atermillion lose
its taste. An ilen oere w uz limy.
She wuz monstrus fine. .lust erbout
le color uf er new saddle. I lubber!
"What became of her?"
"Who. Tildy? Wall, er white lady
she come up heah an she had er
white silk shawl an" dey fooled "roun
till dey 'cused Tildy er stealm it an
sent, her to de tHMiitenchy."
"What, on an accusation?"
"Wall, dey kept er pesterin' 'roun
till dev proved it on her.
'The Starbucks" is hooked for the
Illinois Thursday evening.
'The Telephone tiirl" comes to the
Illinois next Saturday for matinee
ind evening performances.
WHEN FATHER TEIED TO SKATE
When father searched the attic
He brought us down to show
A pair of skates he used to use
Some 20 years airo.
He held them proudly by the straps.
.vnu saiu with niucii elate,
"I guess I'll go tew- the pond
An show ye how tew skate."
So father put his cowhides on,
And started for the ice;
He screwed the screws into his heels
And strapped them tijrht and nice
"I'll show yew youngsters how tew
A pidgin wing that's great!"
He cried, and then he started out
To show us how to skate.
He made a bold and rapid stroke,
His arms spread parallel.
And then his feet went in the air.
And with an awful yell
He fell kerplunk down tin the ice
And cracked it far and wide;
And bruised himself from head t
Until he nearly died.
We carried him into the house.
And laid him oil the bed,
"IMease sen fur good ol Dr. Rrown,
My father faintly said.
The doctor came with pills and
And looked both .great and wise;
nd said my father's case was one
Of too much exercise.
I'll saw, a million stars. 1 guess.
And likewise saw his err;
He let us put those skates away
Without the least demur.
They hang up in the attic now.
Abandoned to their fate:
And never since that fatal day
Has father tried to skate.
Joe Cone in the New York Sun.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
"Hilly" Emerson, the famous min
strel, died in Dos ton Saturday night
it a cheap hotel from a complica
tion of diseases which finally ended
in consumption. Kmcrson s last days
were filled with poverty ami suffering.
but his courage was grand and his
pride, strong. He never complained.
for he believed he would again sing a
sweet song and live the old, prosper
ous days over again. Emerson left a
son by his first marriage, who is liv
ing in New Y'ork. a wife in San Fran
cisco, ami a brother in Hrooklyn. His
funeral probably will be held tomor
William Emerson Richmond was
born at Helfasf. Ireland, in IMfi. and
his stage career liegan when too
young to reniemlier dates. When the
minstrel craze waned Emerson" had
fU'OO.OOO on deposit in a San Francisco
bank. He organized a company and
tried to' win success after the people
were tired, and he failed. He lost
money in every venture and spent it
as recklessly as ever. His voice was
as good as ever, but the songs he sung
were minstrel songs and no longer
drew applause. His dancing and
Emerson was one of the originators
of artistic dancing on the stage
earned hini a large salary. He joined
many aggregations, but his "luck
grew worse and he died penniless.
The quickest, most direct and best
route to Heauinont, Tex., is via the
t, K. I. & 1. railway. Round trip
tickets on sale Feb. 4 und IS.
C, 15. - Q. Railway company will
have on sale Feb. li?th and March
4th and istu homeseekcrs tickets at
one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip,
good 21 days from date of sale, for
the principal points in the south, west
and north. Cheap rate one way
colonists' tickets will also be on sale
to points in the north, northwest, ami
west every day during March and
During the months of March and
April in addition to homeseekers
tickets on sale March 4 and 1 and
April 1 and I.j to a number of points
in the north, west and south, the C.
R. I. & 1. railway will have on sale
daily very low one way tickets ..to
points in I'tah. Wyoming, Washing
ton and Oregon. Also commencing
March 1 a daily tourist car will leave
Rock Island for los Angeles and San
Francisco via the "Short- Line." For
full information write or call on F.
H. Flu miner, C. 1. A., 11 J Second
TO POriiT THIS
Rsred film From Torture
Constipation means dullness, de
pression, headache, generally disor
dered health. De Witt's Little Early
Risers stimulate the liver, open the
bowels and relieve this condition.
Safe, epeedy and thorough. They
never gripe, favorite puis. for
sale by all druggists.
I to DlKhelleve the Kvldenre of Your Ow n
It's Rock Island proof for Rock
It's local endorsation for local
It will stand the most rigid inves
tigation. Albert Lit tig. of RM0 Fifth avenue,
bricklayer and stone mason, says:
"I was taken with a soreness across
my back, anil it was further aggra
vated by the nature of my work, as 1
have to be so much in a stooped po
sition. I saw 1 loan's Kidney Fills
advertised, ami they were also rec
ommended to me by a neighbor, so I
sent for a box at Marshall & Fisher's
drug store and began taking them.
I was really surprised to sec how
quickly they cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50
cents. Foster-Milbiim Co., HufTalo.
New York, sole agents for the lT. S.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Kindly take notice that Ely's Li
quid Cream Halm is of great benefit
to those sufferers from nasnl catarrh
who cannot inhale freely through
the nose, but must treat themselves
by spraying. Liquid Cream l'.alui dif
fers in form, but not medicinally
from the Cream Halm that has stood
for years at the head of remedies for
catarrh. It may be used in any na
sal atomizer. The price, including a
spraying tube, is 70c. Sold by drug
gists and mailed by Ely Hrothers, 06
Warren street. New York.
Miss Dora Stevenson, of Andover.
is visiting college friends.
Luther Malmberg. a junior in the
seminary, leaves this week to take
charge of the Lutheran church at
Manchester, X. II. Mr. Malmberg will
travel via Toronto and attend the In
ternational Students' convention.
Messrs. Elliot tt and Hagglund, delegates-elect
to the students' conven
tion at Toronto, leave for that place
the first of this week. This conven
tion promises to excel all others. It
will be the greatest student conven
tion ever held in any country. He
tween -tO!) and 5(1(1 institutions will be
represented. There will also be dele
ates from European countries. A
special train will be run over the Wa
bash from Chicago for the accommo
dation of delegates in and west of
Founders day will be observed at
the college April 27. The day will be
devoted to the honored memory of
the illustrious pioneers, among whom
are to be noted such names as those
of Hasselquist. Esb.jorn and Olsson.
The plan of President Airlreen is that
it be a simultaneous celebration
throughout various parts of the Au
gust ana synod.
The chape has recently been sup
plied with several hundred copies of
"The Hymnal' with music for use at
(din pel exercises and religions serv
ices in the chapel. The copies are
handsomely hound in leather and are
part of a special edition of this book
published by the Hook concern.
Prof, l'.odfors continues with his
organ recitals Saturdays. They are
a special feature and are given free
in the chacl. every Saturday at ri
o'clock. If i;, an excellent opportun
ity to hear the best of music, from
the compositions of 1 he great masters.
A I'lrem:oi Clone Cull-
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached aand every nerve
was racked with pain," writes C. W.
Rellamy. a locomotive fireman, of
Hurlingloii, Iowa. "I was weak and
pale, without any appetite, and all
run down. As I was about to give
up. I got a bottle of Electric Hitters,
ind, after taking it, I felt as well as
I ever did in my life." Weak, sickly,
run down people always g:iiu new
life, strength and vigor from their
use. Try them. Satisfaction guar
anteed by Hart. & Ullemeycr, drug
gists. Price 50c.
For Over Sixty Yearn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Madame: In reply to your note
will say. give your children Rocky
Mountain Tea each week. Keeps
them well all the time. ."!5c. T. H.
In all form3 of k!2ncy and bladJe:
diseases, the best pliysicldna icccu
mend Kid-Ne-Cids. Vhcy ere cz
pounded after tho formuij, c' r. c:
cbrated chemist, end rcprecor.t 1!
scientific study cf 18 years. Tut up I
tablet form n FV p
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
"C. C. C." on Every Tablet
Every tablet of Cascarets Candy
Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C
Never sold in bulk. Look for it and
accept no other. Beware of fraud.
All druggists, ioc
Mothers can safely give Foley's
Honey and Tar to their- children for
coughs and colds, for it contains no
opiates or other poisons. lor sale
by all druggists.
Alwa.ys the Best
For Drinkinp:, lkikinjj and Eating.
He Sure To Auk
For this package,
Jlb screw top with
our name on. Write
of COCOA and K HOPES.
k it l
42 Kivcr street.
41?-Til W. Sotli St..
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality that, makes
heat, it's quality that, retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent' of
f the combustible- part of it, leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it s
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
U. tO. Mil in i ll
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold la bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
-"something jnst as good."
' W "V X-W NAT NC W V Ntfcr V
Gut Price Hour
H TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY.f
, 8 to 9 O'CLOCK
22 pounds granulated sugar for
Lamp chimneys, each only
9 to 10 O'CLOCK
Grocery Department '
10 bars Santa Clans soap
Ladies', misses and children's rubbers only, ju r ':iir..
10 to 11 O'CLOCK
Crackers or ginger snaps, only per lb...
House Furnishing Department
5 dozen clothes pins for
Kolling pins for
Drinking cups for
11 to 12 O'CLOCK
l'. lb sack best XXXX Minnesota flour only
1 pair gents heavy socks only, per pair
1 pair ear muffs, only, per pair.-.
12 to 1 O'CLOCK
Cigar and Tobacco Departnu
Kuhnen's Washington, Fleur de Lis and OO cigars.
tJood mixed cnir.lv, 1 11
1 to 2 O'CLOCK
Table tumblers, each
1 sheets shelf paper for
School slates for
School tablets, large size. for.
1 sheets good note pi: per for.
2 to 3 O'CLOCK
White porcelain vegetable !i.-di. i inch
Peeorated cups and saucers, 2 for
Decorated dinner plates, each
Drown table tumblers, each
Lantern globes, each
Sauce dishes, each
3 to 4 O'CLOCK
Dry Goods Department
1?1( ached and unbleached toweling per yard 2'"
Knglish torchon laces, worth up to l.e, for this hour, per yard....3e
Pest ipiality apron ginghams, per yard v . -4c
Children's fast black hose, all sizes, per pair..
4 to 5 O'CLOCK
2 quart water hoi ties only
:! quart water bottles only
' quart fountain syringes only
:j quart fountain syringes only
Chocalate drops. 'r pound
AY rapped caramels, per pound
l'eamit ean !v. per pound , 7c
5 to 6 O'CLOCK
House Furnishing Department
Tea pots, enameled, large size -
10 boxes tacks
Chair scats, all kinds and sizes
tias and gasoline mantles, each
KSTA Ill.ISn KO 1879.
After spending" a week in t,he east we have succeeded in jetting; somu
of the latest ideas in photographic mounts. Also some accessories
for children's pictures that are sure to please you. These go(xls have
arrived and are at your disposal at no advance in prices. You aru
invited to call on
E. E. Masig;old
TlIE LEADING PHOTOU RAl'HER
411-113 TWKNTY-THIUI) STREET.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS , BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the Four Per Cent raid on
State Law. Interest.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Kcal Estate Security.
J. M. IJuford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began the business July 2. 1800,
and occupying S. K. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde's new building.
II. S. Cable, P. (Jreenawal,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchellj
II. P. Hull, Jj. Simon,
K. W.I hirst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
Are not our bills. Our bills arc
puiail in proportion to quantity and
quality of work and material.
Everything v V
Tc V Electrical
No matter how small or how lari;c
Give us a chance to bill it to you.
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119 Eighteenth Street.
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