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THE AUGTJS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1902.
Partly cloudy toniglit and
Wednesday, with probably
snow flurries; warmer.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m. 7; at
3:30 p. m. 20:
Guns at Wilcher's.
See Adams new ad.
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Read Adams new ad.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Interesting. Adams' new ad.
Men's arctics $1 at Adams sale.
Canode's White Pine cough syrup.
Your wheel stored free at Ilynes.
flood strong sleds 23 cents at Brook
man's. Canode's ITandoline for chapped
You get the benefit. Bead Adams
For real estate and insurance, E.
Have your wheel prepared for win
ter at Ilynes.
Clearing sale of fine millinery at
Sale of trimmed hats at half price
at Miss Byrnes.
From now until Christmas. Bead
Adams new ad.
Ladies' fancy wool gloves at Ulle
meyer & Sterling's.
$9,000 to loan at lowest interest.
Ludolph & Reynolds.
Read Young & McCombs' free $j
offer on this page.
Money to loan at lowest rates. Eck
hart & Co., Buford block.
Ride your wheel this winter. Ilj-nes
can prevent it fiom rusting.
Full cut diamond ring, specially
priced at $4, at Brookman's.
A nice selection of children's hats
at reduced prices at Miss Byrnes-".
Trinity guild will meet with Miss
Whitman Wednesday afternoon at
Last week of Hanan's $ shoes for
$4 at the Leader, opposite the Harper
Holiday photos at reduced rates at
Jl. E. McMann's, 411 Twenty-third
Neckwear for Christmas? Try the
store for newest styles. Ullemeyer &
Gentleman's beautiful gold fob
chain with charm attached, $1.25, at
.J.adies, if you wish the newest, nob
biest fancy wool gloves, try Ullemey
er & Sterling.
The Trio Dancing club will give a
dance at Beselin's hall on the even
ing of Dec. 11.
What's nicer than a leather suit
case for a Christmas gift? Try Ulle
meyer & Sterling.
. Attend the military ball given by
the Ladies of the G. A. R. at Armory
hall Wednesday, Dec. 10.
Attend the military ball given by
the Ladies of the G. A. R. at Armory
hall Wednesday, Dec. 10.
Telephone coal order? to Rock Isl
and Lumber company. Prompt deliv
ery. Telephone west 1060.
Telephone coal orders to Rock Isl
and Lumber company. Prompt deliv
erj Telephone west 1060.
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, 303 Twentieth street.
Telephone coal orders to Rock Isl
and Lumber'company. Prompt deliv
ery. Telephone west 1060.
Every day noon and Saturday even
ing, lunch at the Noonday Rest rooms.
Call and investigate. No. 1816y3 Third
Attend the linen sale and coffee
klatch at the German Lutheran
church tomorrow afternoon and ev
ening. The Shamrocks and Remnants are
scheduled to meet tonight at the
Rock Island Club bowling alleys at 8
Photos make acceptable Christmas
gifts. Take advantage of the holiday
rates at McMann's studio, 411 Twenty
The "Pru-n-ta" store. 11)13 Second
avenue, will be open till 8 o'clock ev-
nader GERMAN LAWS,
is Excellent for
B wv i iinviibi
Faceache, Rheumatism, etc.
OR. RICHTER'S World-Renown
ypne genuine without Trade 9ark "Aachoi."
One well-KPQwn pcrBon a iroeronioi nmuy-
PAIN EXPELtER'i good
for Toothache.SwTOj I n
and inflamed Gums.aQd
Z5C and SOc at all dralst or tnroagn
IF. Id. Blekter Co., 81c irl kx., nw ioi
36 HIGHEST AWARDS.
V temnunifsi try prommrnt i'hy
I ca. WkoleaU and Bttail if.-
enings tll Jan. 1, to accommodate ev
.Julius Rollins was conveyed in the
ambulance this morning from his
home, 2524 Fifth avenue, to St. An
The new sign that has been placed
on the front of the Burlington depot
is neat and appropriate and shows up
well in the day time.
Justice McFarlane has leased the
office room south of the quarters he
has been occupying and is fitting it
up to give him additional roam,
Mike O'Brien imbibed too freely last
evening and he was escorted to the
police station by Chief Darnell. This
morning he paid $3 and costs for his
The Helpers' Circle of 4he King's
Daughters will hold a Holland sale
Thursday, Dec. 11, at the residence
of Mrs. Mary Montgomery, No. 1209
The annual Christmas opening of
Josephson's jewelry store, 1318 Third
avenue, Moline, will occur tomorrow
from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Carnations
and chrysanthemums to all callers. -.
The regular monthly membership
meeting of the Rock Island Club takes'
place this evening. It is to be hopett
that there will be a full attendance,
for matters of interest will be taken
If you are in doubt what to buy for
Christmas, consult Ullemeyer & Ster
ling's ad on page 7 and you will read
ily find one and perhaps several use
ful articles. We are the store for
A new and independent telephone
system has recently been placed in
operation at Rock Island arsenal. It
is provided with an automatic ex
change device that is working in a
very satisfactory manner. There are
about fifty instruments in the system.
It was Gipps Brewing company in
stead of the Henning Brewing com
pany that was sued for $50 rent by
Fred Schmale in Magistrate John
son's court yesterdaj-. The case is
the outgrowth of a misunderstanding.
The court has not yet announced a
In order to accommodate the pa
trons who will be occupied in the bus
iness part of the cit3 evenings during
the holiday season, the Noon Rest
club rooms will be opened every ev
ening, the same as has been the cus
tom Saturday evenings, from Dec. 15
till after Christmas.
About the 15th inst. the Sisters of
the Visitation will have a sale of fan
cy articles and fine needlework of
every variety. All friends are invited
to examine these articles before se
lecting their Christmas gifts. Fur
ther notice will be given regarding
the date and place of sale.
Miss Bertha Ilanna, instructor at
the high school, was suddenly called
home to Cincinnati yesterday by a
telegram announcing the death of her
father, who succumbed to pneumo
nia. The dispatch following only a
few hours behind a letter apprising
her of his illness proved a great shock
The Dorcas society of the Swedish
Lutheran , church will give their ba
zaar and sale of useful and fancy ar
ticles, also fine needlework, suitable
for Christmas presents, at Turner
hall, Thursday, Dec. 11. The sale be
gins at 3 p. m. and continues through
the afternoon and evening. Refresh
ments will also' be served.
Attention is called to the fact that
there are five very high class enter
tainments yet to come in the Y. M. C.
A. course at the Illinois theatre. Re
served seat tickets may me had at the
association rooms for the entire
course for $2, $1.75 and $1.50, accord
ing to location. Single admission, re
served seat, 50 cents; gallery, 25 cents.
A body of about sixty workmen,
carpenters and painters, have been re
leased from employment at Rock Isl
and arsenal. There is nothing in the
least significant in this. It merely
means that a "rush" order from the
ordnance department by the arsenal
some time ago has been made up.
whereupon the extra men who were
emplo3'ed on it have been left without
President Gustav Andreen. of Au-
gustana college, will depart in Janu
ary for a trip to Sweden. Dr. And
reen will be gone several months and
his time will be largely spent at the
University of Upsala, which institu
tion he expects to connect closely
with the home college, Augustnna. It
is reported that collections have been
and are being taken in Sweden for
the benefit of the big Illinois educa
tional institution and that the imme
diate benefits 'from the collections
will be the founding of several new
HUGH NIC0L AGAIN TO
MANAGE R0CKF0ED TEAM
The Rockford Baseball association
yesterday reappointed Hugh Nieol
manager of the Rockford team in the
Three-I league. Improvements will
be made on the grounds and a new
grand stand erected. It is expected
nearly all of the players who won the
pennant last season will return.
THE BUCKSKIN ETJSBEB
Guaranteed to Outwear Two Pair of Ordl
. nary Rnbbera At the TOader. f '
Our "Buckskin" brand of rubbers,
guaranteed to outwear two pairs of
ordinary felt quality rubbers, is pret
ty strong talk, but we stand back of
Ladies' "Buckskin" brand sandal
Ladies' "Buckskin" brand storm
rubbers, 65c. . ,
The ordinary first quality at: ordi
nary prices if you will have them. '
, THE LEADER.
. Opposite the Ilarper house.
HARRY M'COY STRIKES
IT RICH IN ARIZONA
Harry B. McCoy, remembered here
as an athletic instructor, is now lo
cated at -Bisbe, Ariz., where, aside
from following his old business of
teaching the manly art, he has be
come interested in several promising
copper mining claims. McCoy, in
letters to Rock Island friends, states
he believes he has finally struck his
gait, and will miss his guess if within
the next five years he is not bunking
within the walls of a brown stone and
sporting diamonds that would make a
duchess turn green with envy.
C0MPAN7 A INSPECTED
BY REGIMENTAL OFFICER
Capt. Frank Barber, the commis
sary officer of the 6th regiment. I. X.
G., last evening inspected Company A
at the regular drill, representing Col.
D. Jack Foster. He expressed himself
r.s well pleased with the showing
made by the men. After drill the us
ual dance lasting till midnight took
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Holiday Special for Wednesday.
l.OOO Henty books for boys, 17c.
Beautiful cloth bound books in gold
German picture books, 25c, 15c and
Illustrated cloth bound German
1903 novelty calendars, 19c.
Fancy Christmas calendar, 5c.
Toys for 20,000 children on second
Ladies fancy white aprons, 45c.
Men's holiday silk finished susjend-
Children's handkerchiefs, 3 to a
Men's silk initial handkerchiefs, 39c.
Men's or ladies' card case, all leath
Lively gold fish, 15c.
Triple plated teaspoon set, 79e.
Sterling silver top salts and pep
Link cuff buttons, warranted five
Burnt wood 1903 calendar, a beauty,
Two-quart hot water bottles, 49c.
$1 kid gloves, all colors, all si.es.
"Mary, what are you sitting out on
that damp porch for? Don't you know
it's 11 o'clock?"
"George and I are looking for the
new cornet, ma."
"But the new comet Isn't due for
"Well, we are in no hurry, ma."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Palm in t.Tnn Kmfl.ll of the back, oainful
passing of urine, inflammation of the bladder,
torpid liver, ciouay urine.
By Driving; Out Uric Acid Poison
from the system, rermanent
Cure Can Be Effected.
But First the
KIDNEYS MUST BE HEALTHY.
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and AH Forms of
Uric Acid Poison Are Kcuiu or Money
Disease, and Can Only Be Cured by
Getting Direct at the Seat of the
Trouble, the Kidneys, with
Rev. Dr. I. VHUn, a Prominent Methodist
Divine, Says Warner's .Safe Cure
Cured His Rheumatism.
RATTnwinH. IlL " After a delay of
months to be sure that a cure of my rheuma
tism or over a year s paimui Buuwmg uuu
been effected, I desire to assure you that no
far as I know anything of myself I am well.
l am persuauea mat tu
ner's Safe Cure did it. I
believe that the medicine
will do all that it claims to
do, if the patient will follow
the instructions to the let
ter." (Rev.) I. VILLA RH,
Pastor M. E. Church.
TEST YOUR URINE.
If there is a reddish sedi
ment in It, or it it is cloudy,
or if you sew particles or
germs floating aliout in it,
your kidneys are diseased.
CURE is purely vegetable
and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs.
(Beware of so-called kidney cures full of sedj.
ment and of bad odor they are dangerous.)
It is free from sediment anil pleasant to take
It does not constiate- It is prescribed and
used by doctors themselves in the leading
hospitals as the only absolute cure for all
forms of disease of the kidneys, bladder aull
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the
bowels gently and aid a speedy cure.
Ths free trial bottle baa oftn been suffi
cient to cure cases of kidney disease when the
simple home test described above has been
made in the earlier stages of the disease.
If you decide Warner's Safe Cure is what
you need you can buy it at any drug store
two sizes, AO cents and $1.00 a bottle.
Refuse Substitutes and Imitations
There is no kidney cure " just as good " as
Warner's. Insist on the genuine. Substi
tutes contain harmful drugs.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
To convince every sufferer from diseases
of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood
that Warner's Safe Cure will cure them, a
trial bottle will be sent absolutely free, post
paid. Also a valuable medical booklet which
tells all about the diseases of the kidneys,
liver and bladder, with a prescription for
each disease, and many of the thousands of
testimonials received daily from, grateful
patients who have been cured by Warner's
Safe Cure. All you have to do is to write
Warner's Safe Cure Company, Rochester.
N. Y., and meution having read this liberal
offer in this paper. The genuineness of this
offer is fully guaranteed by the publisher.
"-T" 1 1 "' ' AD
Hi l"i i " Bragchtr
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold In balk
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
. 'something just ugood."
CONSTIPATION STARTED YOUR SUFFERING.
CURE IT AND YOUR AFFLICTION WILL VANISH.
r.TuIPs Grape Tonic Cures Constipation.
When the bowels
f s-'""Vv "jr rji,eui must suer. constipation more
if" V frequently occurs anions women and it mani-
C 13 "S f ests itself in Provoking profuse leucorrhea
rx ouuuujcr eenous lemaie diseases, xiegiuar
J bowels will result in a complete cure when you
f use Mull's Grape Tonic. Unlike pills and
rm ordinary cathartics, this remedy is a mild,
J flesh-builder, blood-maker and strength-giver
than cod lirer oil or any other preparation
recommended for that purpose. Mull's Grape
Tonic will permanently cure the most obstin
ate case of constipation, and the numerous
afflictions that invariably follow in its wake.
No matter if it is piles, liver complaint, kidney I
disorder, vertigo, palpitation of the heart,
diarrhAA. nr r.hft Rpff-noinoninir which follows
i when the undigested food remains in the bowels where it putrefies and
empties hi ehlv diseased cerma into the blood, such aa tvnhoid and
"v?""1 -ftiuii s urape Tonic will positively cure, L.arge sample bottle
will be sent free to any address on receipt of 10 cents to cover postage,
by the Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, IlL Send name of your
kuiuggisu jxii druggists sea jmiii s urape xomo at &u cents a Dottle.
FOR SALE IN ROCK ISLAND BY IIARTZ & ULLEMEYER.
YOUNG & M'COMBS
Five Dollar Prize in
Gold Free to All.
Do you want $5 to
spend for Christ
mas? We will give $j to that boy or
girl under 16 years of age who
will write the best description,
in poetry, of Young & McCombs
Spot (ash Department Store,
story to contain not less than
50 words, nor more than 100.
The story has to contain these
items: Young & McCombs' De
partment Store, and Largest
Line of Christmas Novelties.
Write on one side of paper on
ly. He sure to sign your name
and address plainly.
Competition closes at mid
night, Dec. 22, and the $5 will
reach the winner Dee. 23 in
plenty of time to spend for
The inscription winning the
prize will be printed in ail tlie
papers Dec. 24.
l'lease address l'ri.e Editor,
care Young & McCombs, Rock
For the Inner Man
We have everything. Our dis
play of fruits and vegetables is
the most complete to be found
an3-where. Look over this list
and select your Sunday dinner:
Celery. Green onions.
Parsley. Head Lettuce,
Soup Bunches. Egg Plant,
Leaf Lettuce. Turnips.
CaullUower. Wax Beans.
Spanish Onion Spinach
Tokay, Malaga and Concord Grapes
Quinces and Sweet Apples.
Katlng and Cooking Apples
Poultry and' Fish.
Dressed Chickens. Fresh FJsh
Turkevs. Ducks. Gese
Canned Oysters. Bulk Oysters
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
Spend the Winter In
It's hard to understand why people
will stay all winter in Rock Island,
suffering from cold and risking dis
ease, when it is so easy, if one has
the time, and bo inexpensive now-a-days
to go to California. Why not'
spend the winter, or part of it, there?
The price of a through ticket is sur
prisingly low, and we can tell you of
first-rate boarding houses and hotels
where you can live for from $7 to
$15 per week.
We run a through standard sleeping
car every day from Galesburg to Cali
fornia, and every week "Personally
Conducted" parties leave Galesburg
in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, in
which a double berth, holding two, cos ta
but $6. The route of these parties is
Through Colorado by daylight
and past Salt Lake City, the most
intensely interesting ride in America. .
Send to-lay for a copy of our Cali
fornia Tourist folder, which tells
all about these parties, and with
It, if requested, we will send a
copy of our booklPt tolling alwit
the hotels boarding houses, their
FRANK A. HART, Pats'r Agent C 8. A Q. Ospot
sga Tslephons 11 80. ' -
50c lo $10
Dr. .Taker's, Dr. Deimels
Silk, Wool and Cotton
Fleece Union Suits. Un
derwear made to your
Measure. We flt yoi.
Yes. We Make Shirts.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
If so call at Bowlby's. They
carry the largest and most
complete line of Cameras
and supplies in the city.
Fresh lilms and printing
papers always in stock.
FREE DARK ROOM.
Eastman Kodak Agency at
1609-1600(4 Second AfDU.
frSM"I"I"I"I' I 'I -I ! I"1"M"M-M''S"
Specialty Shoe Selling Is Our Hobby.
The big values and the va
riety or styles given in our,
Men's Shoes at $2.50 and'
$3.50 is the talk, of Davenport. -
that for fitting, style and com-1
fort our ladies' shoes have long
surpassed all others. But still'
we are going to do more and !
will save you from 50e to 81.50 '
on your ladies' shoes.
Try Us rand See.
307 Twentieth. St.
Rock Island, 111.
208 BraLdy St.
Xo matter how yon want to go '.Southern r "Soen
io route, in a tourist sleeper or aboard the finest train in
America, the Rock Island is the line to take.
Don't make any mistake ahout that.
Throng-h tourist ears run daily from Chieasro and Kan
sas City to Los Anpeles anil San Francisco via El Paso.
The Tuesday, AYednesday and Thursday cars are '"person
ally conducted.' Two cars a week via the "Scenic" line
throng-h Colorado and Utah. Uoth are in change of experi
enced excursion managers.
Golden State Limited leaves Chicago and Kansas City
dailj" and offers unrivalled service to all points in South
Berths, tickets anj full informa
tion at all Rock Island ticket offices,
or by addressinpr
S. F. BOYD.
D. P. A.. Davenport.
1608 1-2 Second Avenue
Good work and fair
All work giiar-
t B. WINTER. 5
t Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL, J
Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1618-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, IlL
Bargains ill Ladies'. HIear
No Money Down Small Weekly Payments.
LADIES: HERE IS YOU1J OPPORTUNITY. DON'T THROW IT AW. V FILM ONK-THIRI CLT
FROM THE PRICE OF EVERY LADIES SUIT. SILK WAIST OR TKIM K ' V-J HP !i5 r IliFR l
AT THKSE PARC! AIN PRICES, WE EXTEND TO YOU THE ACCOM M H)A 1 ION Ot ril E 1()ST LI PER AL
CKFD1T IN AMERICA. PLEASE DON T FOROET THAT DUR1NO Tills SALE THE MEN AND BOS
WILL P.E WELL TAKEN CARE OF.
V I T ST
MEN'S OVERCOATS. We can
suit you if anybody can. A fine
stock in various grades from
$7.50 to $24.
MEN'S SUITS. Cheviots,
Series, attractive patterns, fine
ly made ami finished, $7.50 to
. FURS. We carry a very pood
line of excellent Furs, lloas,
MulTs, Electric Seal Jackets,
etc., at low prices.
A FULL LINE of pood ones in
nil sizes, cash or credit, 75c to
LADI ES' SUITS. Tailor-made
Venetians, Droadcloth, Basket
cloth, nil . this season's styles,
Suits, were $10, at this sale,
Suits, were $1, at this sale,
Suits, were $20, at this sale,
SILK WAISTS. Pretty styles
dainty colors, all new styles, ev
ery one a bargain.
$5 Waists, now .$2.9.
$8 Waists, now $3.S9.
$10 Waists, now $3.4S.
MILLINERY. We make a re
duction of exactly one-third on
every trimmed Hat in stock dur
ing this sale.
MONTE CARLO COATS. A
handsome assortment of swell
ones at prices from $25 down to