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THE AHGTJ9, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1004.
BILLS AT THE THEATRE
.Ian. 21. 22, 2. 'I hx- Flint-, hvpuo-
Jan. 24. "The Two Sister.-.""
.Inn. i'.'j.- - -Harlow Si in -t r-N.
.Ian. 2- -"Dolly V:ir';cr,."
Feb. 2 --"Richard III."
.Tan. ;i. "The Little Christian."
The engiigetm-nt if the meat ll.ii
ov miu-trc.'- :il tin- Illinni- Morula v
M!- 1 I I. I .l.si:i:.
Mill lie uaitt l willi plta-in-' l.y tin i
t ffKin !l,e I'aet Drill Holt, of
.Maeoii. (ia.. I,l;uii a- lie "1 iei irtria
i i.tloii I IN i--: !li." i- lie f I lie licei,:
IiiMitii ii to Manager t'olmin'- alreaiiv
Sll'i I IS e ilna II . 'lie- Moliile. Ala..
I.VllMer -a !' Holt: i;:n S. Ilol.
foi-iiierlx of Maroii. da.. ti!N llie po-i-1
ion i.T piiiieipa! ml like a X'ti'r.'i''.
sinr- pla a io'ii mtiical ir:-
Slriliiii'lil-, ilanee- -o a- to luli;; t!or n
ihe lioii-e. ael pla- tiie iiei'io liUe
2i man w lm 1 1 1 -liniie-! tin- r.o-e on
it native lieatli." rra n vmei: I - are
eoinpieteil l Mr. Holt and
Manairer .1. A. ( olmvn will appear
Jointly in a niu-ieal speeiallv wliieli
promise's to In- in- of tl;e let in iiiin
strelsv. Mr. 1 rn" a!i'it a- a 11111-i-ieian
am! eoru -ti-t i-- too wel! Known
l--. - .
( ii iM.i:s r. iiam'oi: 1
to require e t n nu-i . t . at:i' in i-oii i; ect '. n
with Mr. ii.-It"- aliilitv a- a mietlian
ar.il inst i ii men t a! i-t a -piemii 1 special
ly i- a--urci!. Other- wiih the liar
low min-t rcl- lifts ca- n are IMwani
C. Have-, comei'ian; tii'.e- I'.Mton-.
Walter A. Wolfe. Na ..; .lames Me-Amilh-n.
the Iri-h icin-r: aiin A
Tnriiine. Konian aiii-n: I a ' . Stronir
nt:i! (1. aney. cancer- aii! comeoian-:
the frttnon ti!o-- I'.ro-.. i; ,'a! ia t oria !
aiel Koman liar experi-: l!er. Ilnrke
ami Me )' na Nl in an a loiiatie am!
pantomimic ali-nr'.i; v r litlel " The
Clown's TroHh'o. " A feature this
.-ea-on is the P.ir'ow Hn--::r haml in
j-,ooii'i:iy pa raiie a ml i:eert.
A onntr ami prettv woman on the
Mnire who can make pei p'e hmpli ti e
vhole ewninir is rather a rarity, but
this is what Miss I.uln ;!a-er is able
to U in her I'lmtic opera. "Dolly Yar
len. wltieh is to Ik- pre-enteI here
Tnes-ilay. Most actres-es who have
aehieel success in the comedy vein
nre lonpr pat the stne of tririhoo.!.
nl many of tiiem pain their jvints
bv absurd Tnake-np" ani rather
- . - : r tri ? 7- V
7 A ' -
f ;ie-T ion j hie mot hod. Neither of
t.e.-e dies Mi.-s O'siser ?. .but she
- in i-cim! through the very exuber
ance .f her -p'ri! and her evidet'.t en
jovmen; of the performance itself.
In "D-iilv" .-he li:i a character it N
v;iii that .-nit- l:er talent- ndrnirsihly.
Dolly i- a raw ; oting country girl
'.l! i- brought to London for the
lir.-t time to mlnide in polite society
am! Mi-s tiisiser makes of her a
IN -lini.l.V AiJM'.V
eliarinine' eieaiioti i i a a k a rdness
air! naivete. Her f i r-T ineetinr with
the hero i f the st-r. Cap;. I'.ellev. il'.e.
where -In' inahe- he- ntranee from
a m'i.'.-iii ehaii. i eseri lev i as a le
!i ion - pietnre i f nirli-li ' a h f nine---.
")"!; 'aiiin" wa- written for Mis
iia-'-r liv Si a ni-!a ii- Stance, who fnr
i ;-l.e the Nook, ami Julian IMwanis.
who eomp e ' I lie noi-ie. All effort
ha- lieen ina- to p-et aw:i from the
iniiili'i'ii l!e i' mn-ieal eoniei! . ami
the re-nit ha- l.e-n a work that i
oivrniti'i!. rmiefiil aiel dainty. 'J'his
partieiilar "l)!!y Yaroen." however,
ha- iiothinr 'o with Dieken's fain
on- character of the locksmith's
'.it ii Ii t r i n "llarnaiiv I in! " lint is a
fanciful cicaliim of M a litre's, the only
iimin 'er lieinr: that she i a hit of a
'? -r 'si-
. in ii i:d hi."
tllrt ami p.i--e--c many of the saim
-rt of eiacefnl vanities nml coquct-
rie-. The period of the Mory i siip
; -c! to I e about lTl'.". which, of
course ha- crai.ici! Manager Fret! C.
Whitney to provide a imt irorcreons
setting tor t ! pera. am! it is a'.so
pr' iiiiscd thai a tir-; rate -ompany
wiil compose Mi- ti!a-'r"- -npport.
!;:. f the feature- of the produc
tion of "The Little Christian." here
Saturiav. Jan. :;. jifternoon :in!
l.iirht. i- the beautiful chimes c;irrie!
by the ompany ami n-vl with tell
it.tr cffe t in portie:;s of the p'ay.
It i- impo-ibie to tei! jn cohl type
the beant. of th. i- feature which ahne
co-t Mansiirer ( !nrk hut $'."'. kut
when heard the mn-ic will In- pro
nounced the sweetest ever J. laved. To
manipulate the-e chimes Mr. (lark
was obliged to ei'tratre an eerien-ed
jim-iciati. and oi.e who must not only
be a riri-hei artist, but must also un
derstand the delicate mechanism of
this intricate instrument. Miss
Katharine Drnet. a talented yoiin
musician wh.oe eujieaticn was re
eeived at s,ume of the most fanviiiiK
foremen 'oiiaervatories, travels with
the company solely fr.r the purpose
of plavinjr the chimes. The chimes
were made . to onier froru plans
drawn and tlesitrn- submit ted "by Gus
tav Heinreich. of Rerlin and New
York, and aje not nly beautiful in
tone but in tlesin as well. They are
what is known as a "double complex,
semi-tone." this rather mystifying
mess of lantruape probably not be
injj intelligible to the average per
son unfamiliar with an instrument of
the kind. However, this term means
simply that the chimes are double and
.so arranged that any tone, semi-tone
or entire chord in two octaves may
be struck at the will of the operator.
The double set of pipes make it pos
sible for the manipulator to pet a
much music from the chimes as can
be pot from a piano or organ. This
feature of "The Little Christian" i
by no means a small one and is only
one of the many little details of com
pleteness which makes the perform
ance a success.
The comedy feature of Denman
Thompson".-, play. "The Two Sisters."
is intensified this season bv Ihe en-
ragetnent this season by the manage
ment of J.'a.-tiis and Hanks, colore J
performers, and by many novel and
popular musical numbers, so that the
play in no way lacks the quality of
excellent entertainment, llastns and
Hanks specialty is called "The Major
and the .Maid." and is introduced in the
fourth act of Ihe play. "The Two Sis
ters" will be presented here tomor
Charles II. Hanforil lias arranged
for ati innovation in his forthcoming
production of Hichard 111., which wilt
be welcomed by many who have had
the illu.-ion spoiled in one of the best
scenes of the play by the custom of
letting a young woman in page's cos
tume assume the rede of the young
I'rince of Wales. Mr. Hanford has
engaged two children especially for
this play, thus eliminating the sug
gestion of opera liouffe which has
heretofore irreverently asserted itself
in some of the most elaborate and
pretentious productions. Mr. Hanford
insists that tjie chubby soubrette.
however diverting she may lie in her
wonted sphere, is out of place in the
classic drama. The first rehear.-al of
the-e juvenile players was an exciting
incident. After conferring with their
mother, who is herself an actress, and
ascertaining their probable litness
lor the work. .Mr. Hanford made an
appointment for the trio to meet him
at his hotel. I'pon their arrival the
next day he was surprised and pleas-
ei to tind that they had improved the
time by studying the parts for which
they were under consideration. Mr
Hanford proceeded with the rehear
sal then and there. "Now. what i
want you to do vvhn you come to
this separation scene." said Mr. Han
ford. "is In scream. Scream with all
voitr might, and say "Mother!" like
this: Scream "Mother!" scream "moth
er!" and so on." The youngsters
screamed. Thev also vellel "Moth
er!" and screamed atraiu. as directed.
There was a ru-h up the corridor and
somebody ha in leered on tht- door. A
crowd of people peered over the
shoulders of the hotel clerk to get a
irhmpse of the scene of the tragedy
before the police should arrive. It
took some little time for Mr. Han
ford and the mother of the enthusi
astic youngsters 1o convince tin'
startled assemblage that nothing
more serious than a rehearsal had oc
curred. Mr. Hanford is here Feb. 2.
Henrv W. Savare"s Kmrlish (irand
Opera company will have a new prima
donna and a new tenor when it starts
on its annual tour of the west in Feb
ruary. Mr. Savage has just signed
Antoinette LeP.run. why came from
Italy as the prima donna for the Ital
ian theatre in New York, and William
A. Wegener, formerly soloist with the
Mollenhauer Festival i rchestra of
Huston. Miss LeHrnn will alternate
in prima donna roles with (iertrude
Kennysoii and .lean Lane Hrooks.
The new soprano is a product of the
west, coming from Indiana In New
York, whence a wealthy aunt sent
her abroad to study.
Still another of Henry W. Savage's
pretty actresses is to be reproduced
upon a St. Louis world's fair art pos
ter. She is Ida Stanhope, of the west
ern "I'rince of I'ilsen" company, ami
J. .1. Hannerty. the otiicial poster de
signer, intends that her picture when
completed shall represent Miss St
Louis welcoming the world in 1004.
New Design on Two Cent Stamp.
On account of so much criticism and
dissatisfaction with our recent series
of two cent stamps ihe government
has just i-sued a new series of an
entirely different design. It is always
advisable, to make a change when pres
ent objects cease to give satisfaction.
This is especially true in regard to
medicine, ami many persons who have
become dissatisfied with their old
methods of trving to cure stomach
ills have made a change and are now
taking Hostetter.'s Stomach Hitters,
beeau-e it has proven so often its abil
ity to cure sick headache, flatulency,
indigestion. ! spepsia. nervousness, in
somnia ami biliousness. It is also un-
eq-.ialed for colds, chills and malaria.
Delicate women will ibid a few doses
of the Hitters very helpful in restoring
strength and regularity. Try a bot
A neglected cough or cold may lead
to serious bronchial or lung troubles.
Don't take chances when Foley's Hon
ey and Tar affords perfect ecuritv
from serious effects of a cold. Sold
by all druggist
Mrs. Sarah .1. Hilion died Thursday
evening from the effects of a stroke of
paralysis suffered ten days ago. lie
ceased was born in Connecticut, May
24, l2o, of English Quaker parents,
and came to Davenport with her par
ents in l4u. While visiting a sister
in (ialena. III., she met C. A. Dillon,
then interested in several mines in
the neighborhood and running a
large store. Their marriaffe fol
lowed, at her home here, anil they
lived in (ialena for two years. Then
they came to Davenport, and lived
here ever since except for five years.
in the T0s, when Mr. Dillon went to
I-a Salle. 111., to take charge of a
flouring mill. Their golden wedding
was observed here in Sii.". and the
ties that had united them so long
were severed by Mr. Hilon's death in
August. 1101. The surviving relatives
are four children. They are Sophie
and faro, the two daughters who have
made their home with her. Mrs. Frank
C. Allien, who remained here on ac
count of her mother's advanced age
when Mr. Ahlen and their son went to
California to spend the winter, and
Alfred C. Dillon. Jr.. who came here
from Detroit City. Minn., receiving
word dT the mother's serious illness,
The funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon ;if 2 o'clock, at the
home. 1 :;('; Hrady street, and will be
Ihe Hnrh School Athletic associ
ation has elected the following oh!
cers: President. Fred Schlapkohl
vice president. Adolphus D. Crans:
secretary. Lynn Hall: treasurer.
(Jeorge Hinrichscn: general manager.
J. L. Thatcher: members from hous
John Thomas is at St. Luke's hos
pital suffering from paralysis of the
left side. He was found in a boiler
room near Ainsworth street and the-
Hockinghain road early yesterday
morning. Those who found him sup
posed that he was drunk, ami calh
the patrol wagon to remove him to
the station, but an examination by a
physician showed he was in a serious
c nditii n.
At the home of her sister. Mrs
Henry C. Koch. 22:5 West Fifteenth
street, at T::;u o'clock Thursday
night. occurred the death of Mrs. tier
haruine Delfs in the Mst year of her
age. Dei-eased was born in Ikehoe.
Schlesw ig-Holstein. Sept. l.. IV.::. and
in JsT,-, came to America with her hus
band. Desides Mr-. Koch, her sister,
who resides here, she is survived by
another sister. Mrs. Christine Jura
sehek. of Neumiinster. (iermany. The
funeral will be held from the sister's
home. 22.". We.-t Fifteenth street at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, with in
terment at Oakdale cemetery.
Thursday afternoon at 4:.'1 occur
red the death of Kobert Davi.-ou at
the county infirmary. The cause of
his demise was old age. Dei-eased
was born in London, Eng.. and made
his way to this country when a lad
of 12 years on one of the Knglish mer
chantmen, and for years followed
life on the ocean, pursuing the occu
pation of cook. During the civil war
he was on one of the noted gunboats
thai burned in the siege of Yieksburg,
and was with a crew that was cap
tured by the rebel forces. lie became
a cook for .Jefferson Davis later who
finally sent him north, and at the con
clusion of the war served as steward
on a number of the leading Mississippi
steamboats. He leaves one daughter,
Mrs. Harriet Hamlin, of Milwaukee,
and one son. John, an electrician in
this city, and for a time leading elec
trician for the celebrated tragedian,
The request which went into Koine
from Dishop Cosgrove and his council
for the appoint incut of a bishop co
adjutor, has evedently been received
for the w rd has apparently got back
to Dubuque and has been given out
through the arch episcopacy there.
The following special from Dubuque
tells the facts about as they are un
derstood here: "The consistory to be
held in Home, probably in March next,
will consider the appointment of a
coadjutor to Dishop Cosgrove, of
Davenport, who has sent in a request
for the appointment of one. The con
viction is entertained here that the
request will be complied with. Hi-hop
Cosgrove has reached that time in
life when he feels the necessity of
being relieved from some of hi ardu
ous duties. Whoever shall be appoint
ed coadjutor will succeed to the bish-i
opric upon the death of lli-hop Cos
Leroy Miller, aged s. Iva. aged is.
and Harry, aged 21. have been taken
down with smallpox at CIS West
Fourteenth street, where their father
was aiready quarantined with the dis
Tim W. C.ardner reported to the po
nee inursoay tt.at sometime during
the night previous someone effected
an entrance into his saloon at 82f,
Ka.-t Kiver street through a rear win
dow and secured .; which was in the
cash drawer. Kn trance was mitten
by breaking the glass in the window.
The place was locked up at 11: -i0
Wednesday night ar.d the burglary
was discovered at " o'clock the next
Chief Martens has instructed the
patrohuen to notify all projierty own
ers, adjacent to whose holdings were
found icy sidewalk-, that thev must
trew either a.-hes or sand upon them
to protect the city from possible dam
age suits by rea-on of citizens or
strangers falling upon slippery places.
JUST LIKE VELVET SMOOTH AS SILK
H. ROSENTHAL & SONS. Cincinnati. Ohio
- - - i mm ilW
The board of public works began the
work of sanding the aprons on dovm
town corners, ami the up town cross
Kugene Haldeck. the tailor who has
been on trial for the seduction of
Catherine Driscoll. a waitress, during
the greater part of the week, was last
evening found guilty by the jury. The
bail of the defendant was fixed at $2.
(MH. Notice of appeal was served.
The case has attracted considerable
Conscience-stricken as a result of
reading scripture texts that were
hanging in frames on the walls of the
restaurant in which he site, news from
N'ew York states lhat Judil Muckle. of
1 his , city, who stole money from the
Western I'nioti Telegraph company
last fall, gave himself up to the police
of the tiotham city yesterday morn
ing and confessed his guilt as a thief.
The offense with which Muckle. who
is well known in Davenport, is charg
ed, is the stealing of some $2.1 of the
company's money while collector for
Ihe local ofiice. It was committed
last fall and Muckle has been sought
since that time, but the messages re
ceived yesterday contained the first
intimation as to his present location
that has been received since his dis
appearance. Notes From Nearby.
Children in Ihe vicinity of Sterling
are suffering with the mump- to the
number of several hundred and many
schools have been closed.
Those who have an idea that the vo
cation of the trapper has become a
thing of Ihe past in this state will be
interested to know that David Sly. of
Tampico. recently shipped to Chicago
a consignment if I.OUO mink. coon,
skunk and other hides, including 1 he
fur of a red fox. This is said to be
the huge.-t consignment ever shipped
from Whiteside county.
John I'slie, a wood chopper, was
caught by the floods on Cedar river,
near Avon, Thursday" and compelled
to stand waist deep in water in his
cal in unable to get to dry land on ac
count of deeper water on all sides for
a period of over 12 hours. He was
badly chilled by the experience, but
is expected to ret-over.
Khipman Sholes, si 70-year-old of
fender, is under indictment in Mercer
county for an alleged swindle in con
nection with the sale of rights for
manufacturing a patent fence. He
was arrested sit Morrison Thursday
and ,taken to Clinton on the way to
Aledo by Sheriff Larrancc, of Mercer
county. While the sheriff was buying
tickets at the depot sit night the pris
oner took advantage of an opportun
ity to make his getaway and he was
not recaptured till yesterday, when h:
was caught sit Canianche.
FIRST STRAWBERRIES OF
SEASON HAVE ARRIVED
The first strawberries of the sea
son have arrived from southern grow
ers. The fruit is of the finest kind for
early grown and the berries are large
ami juicy. I ney nave Hie regular
strawberry taste and make one long
for more. Thev look most inviting
:md the only drawback to early ber
ries comes in the price. The first
case will call heavily on the purse of
those who buy them, and one silver
dollar is needed to purchase si box.
The price is higher than usually sisk
ed for the first berries, but this is ex
plained in the fact that the firm hsis
received them much earlier than usu
al, they having waited heretofore un
til the first few days had passed when
they are lower ill price.
Dock Island residents have not had
a long closed season on strawberries
for it was almost Thanksgiving when
the last of the second crop was de
livered last year. The shipments- of
the new stock will not be very large
for the next ten days, bat after lhat
the price will be down to fiO or 7.1
cents, and then they will be received:
in larger quantities.
The prices of ovsters was rai-ed
again yesterday and o cents per gal
Ion will be added to the retail price
today. It was expected they would
remain sit the reduced price of a day
or so ago. but a shortage somewhere
has caused the advance.
William S. Crane, of California, MrL.
suffered for years from rheumatism
and lumbago. He was finally advised
to try Chamberlain's Pain Dalrn,
which he dil. and it effected a com
plete cure. For sale by all drug-gists.
rr b mm
That Good Whisky."
SOLD AT EVERY GOOD
wmwii ! riii i ! I mv p MM il ii 1 1 il II li ii
I n all the slipping sin.l sliding on
Thur;'.ay up and down the icy. streets
of the city it was a muicalde fact thai
the a-phalt streets were the otilv
slice:.- that were passable with any
degree of ease an.! comfi it. Instesi 1
of being the nio-t slippery street of
sinv up the hill. Fifteenth street was
the only one that was passable. All
the other paved inclines, which are of
brick, were not safe fi r teams. A lo
cal cost! ir.eicl::; :: t who was delivering
a car of ci a I to the city hospital tried
first Kighth street, then Ttnth and
tiiiallv Fifteenth before he found a
street up which he was able 1o haul
loads f coal. The asphalt proved
A new waiting mom on the interur
ban is being built at Watertow n. A
p rli n f the room will be occupied
by Mr. Alsbrow. who last year had a
line of confections and lunch room
.1. C. Hengster. John A. W;i h 1st ra m!
and .1. S. Coins are forming a new
company for the purpose of manufac
turing the well-known tv pe of wind
mill which Mr. Hengster has been
making in this city for some time.
Their fsietory is on Kailroad avenue,
and thev have orders in haml enough
to keep them busy far into the sum
mer. - o
Carl -Velson. signalman at .New
Shops, and Miss l.illie Hill nison. of
Walker Station, were married Wednes
day evening at the home of Key
IlotVsten, pastor of (iraco Lutheran
church. They were attended by Miss
Kdith Nelson, sister of the groom, and
Kd Koscen. Following the ceremony
a wedding reception wsis held :it the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krick
soa. Mrs. KricUscn being a sisler of
the groom. There were a number of
guests present simi a delightful even,
ing was spent. A beautiful array of
presents were received by the happy
couple. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will re
side at li:;'.) Nineteenth street sum!
they hiive silreaily commenced Imn
Lyman W. Kllinwood. general trav
eling man for the Moline Wagon com
pany has resigned his position after
long sinu t;i it li I ii I service witn the con
cern. Mr. Kllinwood will take si rest
lor some little time lietore taking up
new work. His resignation marks the
termination of some fourteen years
connection with the wagon company
He began as si mailing clerk ami work
I'll himself up till he wsis general trav
eler of kite years, his territory ex
tendingover the entire country. He has
traveled in -some 21 states in his c:i-
psicity. The best wishes of friends
will go with him in whatever work In
Charles Peterson, a weil known
molder. Wednesday evening fell into si
manhole at East Moline and suffered
a compound frsieture of the left leg.
Whsit makes the accident si doubly un
fortunate one is t list t Mr. Peterson had
just recovered from si broken arm
sustained in Kast Moline by falling off
a street csir.
Victor Wiihlstrand, ihe well-known
farmer living on the Frick farm just
below- Prospect psirk, met with a
grievous mishap Thursday while op
perating a power saw. He was engag
ed in cutting wood, and while his right
hand was occupied with si stick of
wood, he reached over with the left
to remove ;i wire that was working
toward the rapidly revolving saw aud
in imminent danger of coming in con
tact with it. The wire drew his hand
suddenly siirainst the saw and mang
led the. member in si shocking manner.
Mr. Wsihl-trsini! wsi- taken to Dr.
Arp's office where it wsis found neces
sary to nmputsite the thumb and first
Congressman IS. F. Marsh of this
district, has introduced a bill into the
house of representatives which pro
vides for sin sippropriation of fluO.-
XK) for a new postoitice iiuij-ling in
What's In a Name.
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some 3-ears siaro how to make a alve
from witch hazel that is a specific for
piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles, eczema, cut. burn,
bruises and all kin diseases De Witt's
Salve has no equal. Thi has given
rise to numerous worthless counter
feits. Ask for DeWitt's the genuine.
Sold by ail druggists.
i im I ll ll iimm I mt mi I i i I i mrn
Chicago Dental Company
s ii n-f.js
if you are in n. '1 of dental work
call on u. before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
clsiss in every respect, if you sire in
need of a set of teeth csill and see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it to
fit in all cases and when all others
have fsiiled. We never ask you more
than our prices below:
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling ffOc
Silver fillings BOc
Gold fillings, f 1 and up $ 1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
115 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over . pcidel's Drug Ftore.
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C. RINfi ARSON, ti. P. A.,
SAWED lUIILDINfi .STONE. A rill LA II
AND TKLM.MI NfiS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone docs not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans Kent
us for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Kork
Jsland on the C, 15. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors olT and on.
CKI DOE STONE. CORN CIMH I5LOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Samples of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen sit Room No.
12, -Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad
dress ARTHUR P.UERALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.
When It Is Free of Dandruff, It Grown
K&Ir preparations and dandruff cures.
a rule, are utlcky or Irritating affairs
that dd no cartlily good. Hair, when not
diseased, jrrows naturally, luxuriantly.
Dandruff Is the cause' or nlr.-tenths of
all hair trouble, and dandruff, is caused
by a serm. The only way to cure dunl
nauT Is to kill the germ; and, bo far. th-
only hair preparation that will positively
destroy the jjerm Is Newbro's Ilerplclde
absolutely harmless, free Xrcim crease,
Kediment, dye matter or dangerous druffs.
It allays Itching Instantly; makefi hair
CJossy and soft as ellic. "Destroy the
cauas, you remove the effect." Sold by
leading druffKlats. Send 10c. In utarnps for
sample to The Uerplclde Co.. Detroit,
For sale by T. IL Thomas.
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