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THE AHGU8, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1904.
ERRICKS IS BACK
Escaped County Jail Piisoner
Captured at Keokuk.
HAD RETURNED TO HIS HOKE
V.H Days to Serve Here on I n
tlicimeiit for Illegal
ick.-.. t li e- -, lured uiit)
from the Rock Island
who csc;;e I
Dec. i: while serving a
sentence fi.r illegal voting al the
spring niiinii-ipnl -tM-tiit. Iia- return--.
having l.pf.n a pprehen'.-I at Keo
kuk, Io:i. when- he ! :i! cone to 11. r
home of his parents. He arrived from
Ke,kuk today in ciiiir;'!' .f Deput;.
Sheriff i:. I. I.'ev ik -Ids.
Krrii-ks was in Meted al the Septem
ber term. ami oh :i plea of irniltv wa
s.'iiteneel to three in.ntl: in the
county jail. He had .- days to serve
v. lien he tonk French leave, slipping
ofi" one ::f tcrnoon white jt-istiiii" the
engineer. Errieks was engaged at
sho . cli lig ci. sil at the tilin'.'
Kuan Into Trap.
'I he sheriff": force lil not make
iinieh of a:i efT.irt to capture Krricks
hcvoiwl ii:.t ify inif the p;!iee at Keokuk
In lie on the !jikout for him. feeling
confident that sooner or later he
would show up at the home of his
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Fit Durville. ( hica
g..; ". W. Mi T;t iromery. St. I.oiii-; IJ.
II. Mcl ov. hiea-j..; V. V. New hall.
K:;tis;is City; A. I!. Ileuter. Chicago;
A. O.'inger. Kochester. . V.: Carl
Sehi.it. Little I.'i.ek. Ark.; II. M.
Sheesley, Orion. 111.; 1'.. M.lN-no. Chi
cago; ieorge I". S ta in! uha r. Koek Isl
am!; M. I). Kosenfic hi. Molinc: .1. M.
('ran'-, ( 'h:ea'r: : A. i. Kicheti bach.
Milwaukee; C. L. Craig. Chicago; .L
II. ;riltith. Milwaukee; ". ('. Martly.
Chicago; Y. i'. fisher. .l il w a nkee; I.
.V. IMcliards. Chicago; A. II. Fell anil
wife. Chicago; Y. I'. Waiker. Peoria:
F. I. Kanisay. Monv. ri. 111.; F. L.
Kinney, Chicago; E. lark. Sherraril.
II!.; F. A. Co! Iron and lady. Iowa
City; C. A. Hainan'. Heardstown; !f.
S. ; recti. Morri.-i n. HI.; F. A. Wntei
ieh. Meri "en. Conn.: W. I). Feck. Chi
c;igt.; F. L. H'.teher. .!eiTer-o!i. Mo.:
II. F. Wilkin-on. Morrison. III.; L. A.
Fronty. ew Vork: F. S. (Jiirriiiiinn.
Chicago; Dr. C. Koont. Eoard.-town;
F. C. i;n -sn;.'in. Kre. port. 111.: A. H.
'Watrj'oiier. Philadelphia; I). I. Mc
Carths. Heardstown: .1. S. l-'iehi. Chi
cag.i; St. Clair Eastman. hit-ago; '.
O. F.ite. New Vork; Mis. F. A. Mnri-h-insoii.
La Cro-se. is.; C. II. Hemiett.
hicngo; Frai.cis Miller. Clinton; .1.
M .l.uies Chicago; C. M. .ellis. Chi
cago; F. M. Wrniaa.-. Chicago; L.
Kenned;.. Sterling. III.: C. I'. Honnell.
Chicago; S. H. l.oxiek. Chicago; T. F.
Hall: F. Hani-. Wet field. N. V.; H. L.
Spring. '.nc in na t i ; John St i". ens. Win
nipeg; !". F. Hi lines. Detroit.
At the Harm- t Fnropeati ) Charles
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in -I of dental work
call on us before ponifr elsewhere as
we run save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is punranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thin elastic plate. We puarantee it to
fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. Wo never ask you more
than our prices below:
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling giOi
Silver fillings $0c
Gold fillings, fl and up . $ t.00
Gold crowns. 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and np 5.00
115 set of teeth for 1000
. Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over fpeidel's Drug Store.
Telephone X'nion i'G2
Spring. Clitcapo; W. E. Dobbs, Minne
apolis: J). W. Haynes. W. II. Fitzger
ald, Harry fiirard. M. IJ. Bailer. .lohn
iJunsmore and wife, Mr. Drake. II.
Flake ami wife. Miss Mallette, Miss
Welc h. Miss St. Albin. .Miss Elby. M. E.
Foy. Miss Staples, fieorjre W. Head,
Jr., CaUj Wallace, Miss LuLii (ilaser.
P. .1. Harry. IS. E. Burgh urst, C. A.
Manson. A. E. Goodwin. Harry Farrv
inore. C. F. I'ier-e. M. A. Victor, with
"lioily Varden company; G. E. Ford,
Detroit. Mich.; S. IL Fetherston. Alex
Wradell. Chicairo; Tlunnas F. C'uren.
New York: I. C. Harris. I)es Moines;
Francis L. Kinir. Chiearo; I". W. ( hain
bcrlin. Hiirlitirtn ; William Wilson.
Cedar F.ipids; M. A. Hronson. C. A.
M unlock. New York; W. H. Titus.
Keokuk. Iowa; G. A. Smith. Chicago;
G. X. Gregory. Marshalitow n. Iowa;
I). A. Faton. Gridley. 111.; A. C. Mc
Guire. E. .1. Hyan. (TiicaL'o; M. H. My
;rs. New York: G. A. Hohn. Hoston.
Mass.; C. E. ,Mas n. Chicapo; (J. E.
Stout. Milwaukee; Mrs. T. 11. Mc.Mich
acl. Mi.-s (iilmtr. Mi.-s Lytic. Miss Gal
loway. Miss Trumbull. Miss Hobinson.
i". K. Warner, Monmouth.
At the Hock Island Mrs. E. I.aur
.'ii t. Chicairo; .1. I. Hawlins, F.eards
town; John M. Huskey, Chicapo; W.
Martin ("hcfsuinn and wife. New York;
Mi.-s E. T.uckey. New York; William
Nauyhti-n, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
H. Morrison. New York: F. H. Misner,
IJoekford. William Sheffer. with Han
ford ci.mpany; Dr. M. II. Knapp. Sap
"i'.aw. Midi.; A. H. McC'a rl uey. New
York: C. Wripht. Chicairo; ' T. A.
Keidy. Peoria: IJ. P. Wait and wife,
Keynolds; E. Pearl Wait. Feynolds;
Sinclair Nash and wife. New York;
t. L. Peck. Hock Island; .l.-M. Coad.
Uey nolds; F. D. Seribner. Clinton; .1.
N. Hronson. apent'Must Struck Town"
; in.an ; .lames I-onir. Altoona. Pa.;
. IJ. Carey. Carbon ClitT; D. W. Hurns.
("hienj.ro; Tin. mas I;. Mnddi.ck. War
saw. N. Y.; C. Harriupton. Wyanet;
F. T mkin-on. Wyanet; IJ. L. Prather.
Detroit; .1. K. Pitney. Peoria; C. A.
Samuels'! in. Sherrard; Jacob Strasser.
Peoria; If. D. White. Indianapolis; IJ.
C. Faker, Freeport; J. N. Cohens, Chi
catro; E. J. Payden, Chicairo.
MUST SUBMIT TO AN EXAM.
a-('oiiiiiiUAtDf tl OHirrn In Mate Guard
Carter IU'Cnlul loll.
Orders have b'en receiverl by the Illi
nois National Guard that hereafter
all non-commissioned officers ajipoint
cd by tlio comma ndinir ottieers of com
panies must pass a strict examination
before they are pi veil thtir appoint
ments. Tl;is is a part of the "pettinp
ready" pri.ccss inaupuraled by the
new Dick military law. The examining
board consists of oll'iccrs appointed by
the comiiia ndiup flicer and the ex
aminati.m will consist in piestions in
elementary taciics. military law. etc.
The idea is that by reiiirinp eatdi man
to pass an examination before pivimr.
him a hipher oflice better oflii-ers well
oe scciireii ami use ruarl as a w Hole
will be improved. The matter is find
inp preat faor amonp the oflieers of
t he national puard.
At the same time the commissioned
officers below Hie rank of major are
also required to pass an examination
at exery promotion. The examininp
iioarii ot tlie th r'"iment now con
sists of Lieut. Col. Channon. of this
city, president; ("apt. Amos F. Moore.
,'.f Dixon, surpeon. ami ("apt. A. F. Mc
intosh, of Monmouth.
While members of the Oth repiinenl
tcpctlier Willi tlie other count v regi
ments of the Illinois National Guard
must be content to po to Camp Lin
coln as in other years for the yearly
encampment the 1st. of Chicapo, is
more fortunate. Orders hae been
received by Cd. Sandborii. of that
repiment to report at the Louisiana
exposition the week of July KKI.'t for
puard dutv on the fair proumls.
Standard Torp do. Auto lioatu
heeler and Hoirne ItoatM.
Any yie, any power from 1 i to jO
liorse power, two or four cycle en
gines, equipped with jump spark and
reverse pears, from 1 to 4 cylinders.
Write for catalopue and information.
LAM II P.OAT& ENGINE COMPANY,
We have a small room with a larpc
stock. Jn order to make the room
larpe and the stock small we quote the
Granulated supar. 22 lbs, $1.00.
Good Coffee, per lb.. 7c.
Fancy Japan Tea, 2."e.
Good Ijum;!ry Soap. 12 bars, 25c.
Searchlipht Matches. 3 boxes. 10c.
Humford Hakinp Powder, 1 lb. can.
Humford Hakinp Powder. lb. can,
15c Hreakfast Foods. 10c.
Fancy California Pellrlower apples.
1 peck. 40c.
Larpe Orarpes, per doz.. 10c.
CI I. Seventeenth street. New Phone,
5211. OM phone, 211 I'nion.
you wish your plumbing (re
paired or new) promptly and
properly attended to at the low
est possible cost in reason, we
can accommodate you in all
three ways celerity, pood work,
and fair price.
hatecr your plumbinp
needs we are amply able to sup
ply them to your critical satis
faction. Call 1.116 TIIIHD AVENL"E.
DATES ARE FIXED
On Which Guardsmen and Sail
ors of State Are to Co
ORDER SOON TO BE ISSUED
Reserve Are to Spend
Aboard Training Ship
The -dates for the annual encamp
ment if the Illinois National Guard, at
Sprinjrfield, have been fixed. The for
mal order annonncinp the dates will
be issued soon. The dates for the mi
litia encampment are as follows:
Second infantry and sipnal corps
July 2 to July a.
First Infantry July S) to July 1G.
Seventh infantry July 10 t July 2:5.
Eiphth infantry July to July
Sixth infantry July to Aup. f.
Third infantry Aup. fi to Aup. FJ.
Fourth infantry Aup. 1'! to Aup. 20.
Fifth infantry Aup. 20 to Aup. 27.
First cavalry and artillery and en
pineer company Aup. -7 to Sept. ::.
The Naval Keserve will receive its
instruction by chip's crews, each crew
spendinp a week on the Irainp ship
Dorothea on I.ake Michipan as fol
lows: First division, seciuid ships crew
July 2 to July !.
Second division, second ship's crew
July 9 to July If,.
Third dixision. second ship's crew
July 1 to July 2.'!.
Fourth division, second ship's crew
July 23 to July P.O.
First division, first ship's crew
July ::o to Aup. 0.
Second division, first ship's crew
Aup. 0 to Aup. IX
Third division, first ship's crew
Aup. 13 to Aup. 20.
Fourth division, first ship's crew
Aup. 20 to Aup. 27.
The Hock Island sailors arc a part
of the second division, while the local
puardsmen. or company, belonp to the
Partly cloudy, with possi
bly snow tlui'ries tonight Knd
Thursday; warmer tonight.
J. M. SHEKIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. G
below; at 2:30 p. m. 8 above.
If people always spoke the truth?
And never studied to pretend.
It's doubtful if there would be one
On earth who had a simrle friend.
Zazaro. Union cipar.
Flour $1.10 at Wcckel's.
Leaf lard at Gilrnore's.
Cleanup sale at Lloyd's.
One-fourth off at Lloyd's.
Hard wood at McKown's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Eros.
Putter IS cents at Weckel's.
McKown sells Spriupfield coal.
Tri-Cit3 Towel Supply company.
For b us, bagpage. express, call Kobb's.
Fancy butter IS cents at WecktTs.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Thursday, preat barpain at the
Thursday, preat barpain at the
Fancy butter IS cents per pound at
One-f. urth. one-third, one-half oil
Just think of it. one-fourth off the
repular price at Lloyd's.
I.ape-Yaters Shoe company, closing
out the Leader shoe stock.
Lape-Y liters Shoe company, closing
out the Leader shoe stock.
Lape-Waters Shoe company, closinp
out the Leader shoe stock.
Iipe-Waters Shoe cornpany, closinp
out the Leader shoe stock.
Get in line pet some of those good
goods at Lloyd's clearing sale.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Vernon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
Good coal, coal, coal, at, Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones.
'Phone Spencer & Trefz for first
class express, transfer or 'bus service
Attend the closinp out sale of the
Leader. Lape-Waters Shoe company.
Attend the closing out sale of the
Leader. Lape-Waters Shoe company.
Attend the closinp cut sale of the
Leader. Lape-Waters Shoe company.
Mrs. Austin's pancake flour is best
of all. A fresh supply now on hand at
If you don't know what you want,
try Mrs. Austin's pancakes for a really
Ladies early spring shirt waists
now on display at the Kosen field
A two-quart 10-cent dipper for 5
cents, one to a customer, Thursday at
Chicago Department store.
Word has been received from Chi
cago that a little girl has arrived at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Tlum
mer. Leap year skating carnival at Tri
anple park Thursday eveninp, Jan. 2S.
Music and a pood time. Admission. 10
Nice sweet oranpes, sold repularly
at 20 cents er dozen. 1 cent each, at
the Economy procery, 1515 Second
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 1716i Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at office, both 'phones
it residence. Hours. 9 to 12 a. m., and
J to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
Telephone your order for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany, Moline. Delivered to any ad
dress in Rock Island for S3 per load.
The trainmen f the Tri-City Hail
way company will pive their first an
nual ball at the Industrial hall tomor
row cen!np. A pood time is prom
ised to all who attend.
There will lie a reception at the I'n
ion Mission on Aiken street Thursday
afternoon. Jan. 2S. from 2 to 5, under
the auspices c-f the ladies of the Ger
man M. E. church. All friends ar
cordially invite 1 to attend.
Tim (rPourke. who has in the past
been associated with Itock Island
baseball teams, has sipned with the
Waterloo. Iowa, team in the eastern
Iowa league. Jamison, last year with
Dubuque, has signel to catch for
("apt. J. M. F.enrdsley was operated
on at St. Anthony's hospital yester
day for the removal of three .tumors,
two in the head and one in tlie hack.
He reeoered nicely fivni the opera
tion ami expects to leave the hospital
in a week. ,
The street ear service on the Elm
street line was scmewhat irrepular
last eveninp. owing to the falling "of
the wire at the Twenty-seventh street
switch at 7:::o. It took two hours to
pet the cars running on schedule timt1
after the wire was replaced.
Col. K. E. Blunt, of Hock Island ar
senal, has been informed that the
civil service commission will hold an
examination at Washinpton, 1). C
April 22. to test fitness for promotion
to the position of clerk in the depart
ments at Washinpton. and requested
to cause notice of this examination -to
be piven in this vicinity in order that
any person desiring to take the exam
ination may obtain the required form
of application and apply to the Fnited
States cixil service commission at
Washinpton for other information.
JUDGE OE0SSCTTP SPEAKS
TO ILLINOIS COUNTY JUDGES
Springfield, Jan. 27. The principal
speaker at the annual meeting of the
Illinois County and Probate Judges'
association today was Judpe Peter S.
Grosseup, of Chicago.
FATALITIES IN ST. LOUIS
STREET CAR COLLISION
St. Louis. Jan. 27. More than twen
ty persons were injured, some fatally,
when two cars on the Broadway line
collided today, the result of a dense
Sloe Department-Specials for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
Men's guaranteed patent colts, $3.50
Men's colt skin shoes.$:i 'grades $l.ftS.
Men's vici kid and velour calf, $3.50
A few pairs of men's house slippers
left at 4Se.
These goods are all new and every
Yesterday In Consrre.
Washinpton. Ja'n. 27. The time of
the senate was again divided between
consideration of the I'anuma question
and other subjects. There was only
one siR'cch on the canal and it was
made by Stone of Missouri, who
charged complicity of the United
States iv. the Panama secession. Some
bills were passed, including one for a
euiorial bridge across the Potomac riv
er at Washington. An executive session
Boutell addressed the house for near
ly two hours in u reply to statements
m;uk by Williams of Mississippi, the
minority leader, iu a speech of a few
days aco. Williams In turn replied to
Boutell. The house had under consid
eration at the time the urgriit de
ficiency LIU, which was not completed.
A resolution calling on the postmaster
general for Information relative to the
number of carriages maintained by the
government for the postoffice depart
ment was passed after a spirited de
bate. Saloon Notice.
Turtle soup at the Missouri. 300
It is exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic ruptures
occasionally, but these can be lessened
by having Dr. King's New Life Pills
around. Much trouble they save by
their great work in stomach and liver
troubles. They not only relieve you,
but cure; 25 cents, at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store.
A Very Clot CalL
"I stuck to my engine, although ev
ery joint ached and every nerve was
racked With pain," writes C. W. Bel
lamy, a locomotive fireman, of Bur
lington. 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 Bitters, and
after taking it, I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak, sickly, run
down people always gain new life,
strength and vigor from their ose.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer. Prica.. 50 cents.
At 9 o'clock each morn -I
in this week muslini
corset covers, round orj it-" Ji
low necks, 100 each ClvJ V ri
niurmus, train ...... uv
NEW WOOL ORES S G GODS
DRESS SUITS OF VOILES
THE beautiful Voiles will be '
son. In weave some arj i
others in new fancy no v. i
Ours is the Best and
Market and these are some
be had at this opening sale.
'ICn Imported 44-iuch
AT iDL Voiles iu navy,
black, champaijm. gray, toy -
al etc., a real ?1. 00 value.
iTC nfi.C PISS
usually sold for
..ollv bl f.-i- ski .- nil
CI OK Fine Fancy
ATI.LJ Voiles, 50 inches
wide, navy, brown, black, etc.
Elegant Black Voiles, plain
and nub effects specially
priced at $1.98, $1.58, $1.45,
$1.25 and $!.00 per yard.
$1.25 Table Damask for 95c
tHIS great value of table damask just
received. Full 72 inches wide, all pure
linen, silver bleached satin damask, plain
center with wide floral border, Empire
scroll, large dot and rose designs, ihe
quality of damask which caused such a commo
tion during our last year linen sale, 8 Qtp
pieces of 1 .25 damask at per yard - itlv
3-4 napkins to match, rer dozen - $2.75
Plain Linens for Shirt Waists and Suits
A complete line of round thread linens in white
and linen color, for shirt waists and suits, 54,
45 and 36 inches wide 1 Ol'if
priced up from .... I
5 dozen $1.00 Ladies' Union Suits, Oneita CAp
style, Egyptian ribbed, at per suit - - tJUL
Men's 1.25 worsted ribbed shirts and 7Q
drawers, a splendid medium weight, only I ilV
Chicago. Jan 27 Following are toe oper -mg.
highest, lowest ana closinr qaotalloi s
ii today's markets:
Mav. 90S 89U
J Illy, b S-m J4
Jan.. : 46: iG
Mav. -Itfiv 60V OU: 4H .
July ; sli-; ; .
Jan., 39r 3 39. S9
Mav. ii'i: 42: 4t- 49.
July. 37?a: 37"i; 37?;.
Jan., H 2(1 ITS': 13 20; 13 20
May. 13 37: 13 40: 13.20. 13 :ti
Jan . 7.27: 7.27; 7.27 7.27
My. 7 52 . 7.5!: 22.214.171.124
July. 7.52; 7 2: 7.47; 7 47.
Jvn.,6 47 6 47 6.47:6 47
May, 6 77 6 77 6 72 62.
D;t t5 6 H7: 0 fc2. 6 hi
Rye, Jan. 56: May 53; flax, N. W. 119; s W
111). May ii3; baney 3!Hatio.
rt-e-iL,w touar: Wneat 16. corn !23.oati
95!; nogs46 00U: cattle 17.100. aneec 20 0-m
antr ipai'xel openfn wcii, o 10 iuc lowi r.
Hogs leftover 7.000
b.tui (4 'iOa.4 t-f: mixed ani batch
r t4'0t.5.li vood heavy, (4.703.5.15: rougD
beavy IM 75a 8o
CaiUe niarxei opened strorg to 10c higher.
Sheep market opened weak.
Union block Tarda m:40 a. m.
Hop market weak, 5c lower.
L'eht. 14 6024 8; mixed and batchers. 4.70
Ob-io good Heavy, 4 7525 10; rough heavy.
Cattle market steady to 10c higher.
Kcevts .Muaiiw. cows ana ceuers si -o
Qf i.co, stackers ana teeners f2 UQiti-tO.
sneep raarxet weau. la to xoc lower.
Hoe maket closed steady.
C'cnt, 4. 5034 95- mixed and batchers $4.70
r.b 15. roou heary. H."5Zt5 15: rough heavr.
Cattle market closed tor good strong.
Koeep market closed strong.
Estimated receipts Thursday: Wheat TO.
c rn 155. oats loo. hogs 44.000.
' New York Stocks.
New York. Jan 27. The following are the
closing quotations ou the New York stock
Suearl2fl.Gas lCl'i a R. I. & P.25S. South
ern Facittc 5H. B. & O. 8.V-,. Atchison com
mon 704, Atchison ptd. i.c. L & St. y.
I45H. Manhattan 115. copper 503. W. U.
Tel. Co. H7. U & N. 108. C & A Udg.
common 171. Can. Pacific (19. Leather, com
mon u. K T. 49V paciac Mail 29. u.
S. Steel ptd. r8:,, U. f. Steel common UH,
Peona. l-44. Mo. Pacific 915,. Union Pacinc
ei. coal and Iron 4'JS, Krie common 2v
Wabaah ptd. 4uh car ioanary zi. c & u.
W. IC;. Rep. Steel pfd. 46V4. Rep. Strel com
mon p1.. New York Central 121, Illinois
LOCAL MARKET OUHOITlUsTB.
rxlra Qootsttoos oa Provisions. CJvs
Stock. Food and mL
Sock Is 1 sad. Jan. 37. Following are the
Quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 33c&23c. dairy 19c
Erys Fresh 27c
Live poultry SprlnK chickens 8c per
pound bens 7c per pound.
vegeiaoies potatoes, cac
Cattle Steers li0 to 14.7 cows and
Belters ts.60 to 14.00, calves $3.00 to $5.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers $4 oo to li.Sfl
Sheen YearUnzs or over, per cwt. i3 51to
14 2i. Lambs per head $5.00 to $5 75
Feod bikI FaL
Oram Corn new 43 to 45c oats. Vic
Forage Tlmotoy hay, la to $9.50. prairie
I- to 9. straw e 50.
wood Hard, per load R Ol
Coal Lump, per bushel 14c. alack, per
AVENUE THROUGH TO
worn mis sca-
da: a anu
Lug st Cc!' cti n in ihis
of t .c e:: .c .rior.al values to
; Gran i of Travcl-
a::j ptjon Vcar
j . "1
.to- i ; - , S!.2; &
Sl.Ti l -i- i o. $2.90,
S!.75.Sil.,0a,.d 31.00 pet"
fii) i!ic!i Color -d Tweeds and
Invisible Checks, $1.50,
$1.75 ! r
"Wool Ci-.ish Sittings, very
satisfactory wo.iivi'is, widths
;(.). 4i auJ L 1 iuoi.es. Choice
at !!' ynrd,
SI. 10. 75c and
-o p-;. If (uJso'.i:' Spring
Novelty Sailings, all medium
and light colors, eiy excep
tional"; at Ap
per yard - - Out
locality. Notice the following:
Sanitary C5ruy$3.50 Blankets, full size, a
vcrv extra value at $3.50. Choice at pair.
J4.25 and $j
value, also 5 p.iirs $5.00 California White
blankets, all at, pair
$3.00 Fine Sateen Comforters, hand
15c skeins Shetland Floss yarns,
colors on ly, at. .... ......
MEN AND WOMEN. Wake Up!
Is Your Back Weak? Have You Drag
ging Pains? Are You Easily Tired?
Have You Rheumatism?
Have ou lost the fire and strength of
youth? Are you growing1 old too soon ?
If you have these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and vitality, you will find new
life in electricity as applied accord
ing to my system. Dr. Home's treat
ment is made for you it is the best
way to use elect rieity. It pours a;
gentle stream of life into the weak
ened parts. It refreshes the nerves.
expands the vital powers, enriches the Services and X-lJay Kxamination
circulation and makes you feel bright', Free,
active and vigorous. You get stronger each day and in a few weeks you
are a new man, stronger and younger in the tire of youth. It is grand,
this method of mine. IJusiness men, professional men, ministers, athletes,
men of national renown, and every man in every walk of life who have ever
used it are praising it. ,
Are you suffering from physical and vital weakness, rheumatism, lame
back, nervous debility, weak back, bladder und' urinary troubles, sciatica,
lumbago, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, constipation, throat troubles, poor
circulation, dyspepsia, indigestion, asthma, enlarged or inflamed prostate
gland, sleeplessness, epileptic fits, piles, neuralgia, kidney and liver trou
bles, spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the heart, shortness of
breath, headache, shooting pains in the chest, back, hips and ankles? Have
you weak lungs or bronchial tubes, female ' weakness, leuohorrlioea
(whites), heart trouble, nervous exhaustion, or any evidence of breaking
down in man or woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent cure
in st re for you at Dr. Home's oflice.
Consultation free and confidential.
Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 43, SO and 51, Mitchell & Lynde Building, jjock Tsland, Illinois.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK f
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under tho State Law. 4 Per Cent t
W j .a Y" 1 -w -v
f xnicresi, x iiu
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Kistate Security.
J. M. Iluford, President.
John C'rubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Regan the business July 2, 1800,
and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
J Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up.
$VO0 stock of diamonds, watches , jewelry, clothing, bicycle and other
merchandise being sold at great bargains at CjCriel's Loan Office 2
Z 320 Twentieth St., Rock Island; 'phone C3. - b-
t mmm t At - O i'llll'K each auer-
fcjcSrs ts?J nn this wwk-50 ,,airs
mm a ladies" muslin l rawer.
Blue Willow Ware
blue willow dishes"
never go out of style. No
body knows just why the
pattern pleases so many,
but everybody knows that it
docs. So it is being made
everywhere, well made
sometimes, but often
smudged and poor.
Last August we placed an
order with an English pottery
tor a lot of the good kind of
liiuo Willow Ware---wanted it
before, the holidays, but it has
jubt arrived. We price it low
to move it quick at this dull
time for crockery stores, and
you'll find a tableful of it on
sal j this way:
lUue willow cups and saucers. .10-j
r.Iuc willow fruit saucers, each. 5c
Mfut dishes. 14 imh measure.. 35c
Moat dishes. 1 1 V,j iiuh 25c
Oeep v electables. lOV inch ....35c
Deep vegetables. 9.j Inch 25c
Blue willow plates. 9 inch out
and so on.
On the same table, a lot of Rood
English ware, cups and saucers,
neat How blue and green decoration,
priced at the cost of plain f0
white. Ier set OUv
New Percales li:Z
finest assortment of Foreign and Domest
ic Percales ever brought together in this
Over 300 styles pot count wide percales, ugni an.i
dark styles, citable for shirts, waists, wrappers,
or dresses, vii v handsome 1 fp
designs, at ard 12J;c and IUC
Other styles tt 8c and S'.&c.
While they list, one case extra wide dress styles,
choice dark patterns,
several colots, for three days, yard ....Jls
Bedding Cheap lZl
wool blankets. We reduce the price now
when you need them.
Sanitary Oray Blankets, an exceptional
It. 11. Cable.
II. P. Hull,
K. V. Hurst,
L. Simon, ?
Solictors Jackson and Hurst. 4