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THE "ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1004.
Partly rloadr tonlitht od Sa
ln, wltli probably hourri ntn
J. M. SHKRIEB)
Trmpr raturr at 7m. -. COj
2:rMI p. ui., 77.
Oall for the new Kinship.
SnowbalIs" at Wilcher'ff.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-CUy Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
For bus.baggage.expreas.call Robb's.
Bpencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Kmig. the tailejr. is now showing the
new 1 all fabrics.
The new fabrics for fall wear are
now in at Kmig's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1311 Third avenue.
lxok neat. Join the new panltor
lura club, 1909 Second avenue.
Your photo on cards complete, G fur
10 cents, at 1012 Second avenue.
Prepare for school. Some school ne
uessiiies an- quoted in McCabe's ad.
W. II. Si mon will do your tin work.
1 J 7 7 Sixth avenue. New jihoue 5740.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5SS.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Sienioti, 152G Fourth avenue, union 2S."..
A carload of iron beds will be un
packed Monday by Clemann & Saiz
nianii. Tlie prices on school shoes at Me
Cahe'ts will not be silenced. They talk
in their sleep.
Why not? It pays to buy a good
tooth brush. Charles I herneyer. elrug
Cist, 5:51 Sixteenth street.
You fall suit will be strictly e-r
re;t in every particular if you order
it at KmigK. Fall g'ids now b'-ing
Some new plain and -hant;eable taf
feias ;nd fall waist silKs of 7. e nt val
ues at fix --nts yard t!ii:; e-oming week
at .Mt 'abe's.
Can.pana. I'ovateri & Co. have a car
load of line hana'ia." which tbey will
sell ai r. ee-nts a hunch and up at 101 1
Tin.1 Independents play that famous
team from the distillery city, the IV-o-ria
While Hocks Sunday, Aug. L'l.
Don't forget the -late.
Kverybody come out to see the Inde
pemh ills play the Peoria White Hocks
at Tefih street park for $5o a side
and ali the gate receipts.
Come out and see bi Sellmer, the
Indepeiideni 's lirsi I asi man. e-ai 'em
up around the initial have. Worth the
prle-e of admission alone
Independents vs. Peoria White
Hocks at Twelfth street park Sunday,
Aug. 21. Came railed at :;::.' Aelnifs
hion 25 cents, ladies 15 cents.
The new fall dress Roods will be a
gront attraction the coming week at
McCabe's. As usual, their opening
prices are away below regular.
Condiu lor John Walker sustained h
broken arm in the wreck of the Hock
Island limited at Altarnor.t, Mo., this
week. He is at his home in Chicago.
G. Washington McCaskrin. with his
troupe, paraphernalia and legislative
boom, is moving on Reynolds, where
he Is booked for a shirt waist speech
Go out to the Twelfth street park
Sunday afternoon, Aug. 21, and see?
that premier little tall tosser, Christy
Wilson, the Independents' twirlcr. He's
The automatic refrigerator is with
out a peer as an ice saver and food
preserver. Clemann 6c Salzmann are
offering big inducements for you to
The Rock Island Independents have
been playing phenomenal ball all sea
son and deserve your patronage at
Simday afternoon's game with I'eoria
Come out to Twelfth street park
Sunday afternoon and see Rube Wad
del! .steal lase-s. Twenty-nine stolen
bases to his credit this season, and
he never r.lides.
An excellent opportunity to get one
of those automatic refrigerators cheap
now at Clemann fc Salzmann's. Must
make room for our stock of heating
stoves and ranges.
In orde r to make room for our tall
stock of heating stoves and ranges,
we w ill close out our stock of automatic
refrigerators the best on the market,
at remarkably low prices. Clemann
Well! Well! Well! The Inde
pendents' fame; is spreading. It has
reached I'eoria, and their best ama
teur team is joining up here Sunday,
Aug. 2i. to try and defeat the invinci
ble Independents. Come out and see
if they do.
Where are you going. Bill? I'm go
ing to the ball game. Why I thought
the team was away? Well, they are
but the Independents play the I'eoria
White Rocks at the Twelfth street
park for $5o a side and all the gate
receipts. Come on out.
Tomorrow cvcn;ii,r at Central Pres
byterian e-!nir;'i i Mixed epiartei will
sing the- anthe-ms, "O, Power Eternal"
and "I.ord, Kcmember Me," Miss Tor
rance will give a solo, and there- will
be an organ tclee t ion, with 'cello obli
gato, by Miss Cervin and Hazel Mini
ger. The Methodist camp nice ling of the
Hod; Island district opened loilay at
Tindall s grove. : outli of Milan. To
morrow will be a big day, and there
will be a large attendance from the
e-ity. .Many of the reHtages are? occu
pied alre-a ly. The me-eting continues
to t ho 2Mb of the month.
Say, do yeu know, that the Inde
pendents have not lost a game this
s. ason? Do you know that Sunelay
afternoon at the Twelfth street park,
they play on' eif the strongest amateuir
teams in tin's part of the country, the
Peoria White Roe-ks? De you know
thai liiey waul you to turn out and
see how they happen te still have
lent) percentage Sunelay night?
This disease has lest its terrors
since Chamberlain's Cedie, Chedera.
ami Diarrhoea Remedy came into gen-e-ral
use. The uniform success which
attends the use ef this re-medy in all
cases ef bowel complaints in children
has made it a faverite wherever its
value has bee-eme known. Fer sale by
all leading druggists.
this arrangement Till induce the trav-
?ling public to patronize the railroads
nore liberally in the future. None of
the roads has received the patronage
to the St. Louis exposition that wTr.s
expected when the low rate was made.
This fact is attributed to the compara
No fears of a tie-up in navigation
are entertained by Superintendent J.
Killeen of the Diamond Jo Packet
company because of the low stage of tively smaU atlendance at the world's
water m me ,iisia ,.. jial far an .u0 Pnmnpt t on with
the La Crosse Leader. Mr. 1-iueen
was seen regarding the report tha..
tne company's boats would have to
cease running if the water fell to a
niich lower stage and in speaking of
the prospects said:
"There is a fair stage of water to
work on. no danger impending. The
water has been lower in other years
and we have navigated without any
trouble. There is a misunderstanding
concerning the stage of the water.
The Diamond Jo boats can run when
the stage is much lower. The stage
is considered low when it is in the
vicinity of the one foot mark.
"The business has been very good,"
he continued. "We have been trou
bled with the August fogs. They have
handicapped us. but it looks as though
they will do little damage."
It has been stated that the cause
if the trouble in operating on the
Mississippi during the past few. weeks
has been the sharp fall of the stage,
which prevented the water from cut
ting a channel. The St. Paul pilots
found much better water this trip
than last, because they are locating
the channel. In one place the course
of the river was changed one mile.
A large leg raft being towed by the
Kit Carson and consort, went to pieces
on the bar near Nesselbush's point,
near New Boston Thursday night. This
har extends about two-thirds the way
across the river, and the steamer is
compelled to make a very short turn.
On this occasion the captain must
have lost his bearings, for the raft
struck tne bar near tne center, a por
tion of the logs getting over and float
ing elown stream while many thousand
feet are left high and dry. The two
boats have been busy ever since pick
ing up the stray logs. The steamers
St. Paul ami Helen Blair both came
aleuig after the accident and report
that they were ceunpelled tej slow down
on accewnt of the river nelng full of
floating logs. The loss will be heavy.
The Ruth ami Wineina were north
ami south and the Clenmemt, Park
Bluff and Dubuque went north. The
stage eif water was 2.0" all day.
Only very slight changes in the Mis
sissippi will occur between Dubuque
steamboat lines, the latter being a big
factor in itself. Should the Burlington
and Rock Island roads be satisfied
-ith the public patronage received as
a result of the Sunday rate they will
probably extend the adoption of the
rate throughout the remaining time
of the exposition.
r New Fall shirt
waist suit silks,
75c valtses, at
SHOHTHAJVV jJSfD TPE WRITIJVG.
t'oJl Term Begins Sept. 5
Write For Catalog.
PHILLIPS' STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE,
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
lint you will lind our prices ns
low as cvt'r. We carry a com
plete line of
and C hemic cxls,
Soap. IYrfuxin-F. Toilet Aiti
t les, Domestic ami Clear Havana
Cigars, all the new Fountain
I )r inks.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
1 his is our Specialty.
C. Lindorff, TharmacUt.
Successor to G. D. Canoda
Twentieth Street and Fourth Ave.
Diing. r Height Chug.
Line 8 a.m. 24 hrs
FVet. FVet. Feet.
St. Taul 14 2.9 :0.3
Re d Wing 14 - 1.7 0.1
Reeds Lauding ..... VZ 1.7 O.o
La Crusse- 12 2.7 0.1
P. lu Chien IS 2.C 0.:;
Dubuque IS 3.2 O.o
Le Claire lo 1.5 :0.1
Davenport 15 2.9 :0.3
Des Moines Rapids.. .. 1.4 :0.1
Keokuk 15 2.0 :0.2
St. Iuis no 9.5 :1.2
Kansas City 21 10.5 0.3
THE ROCK ISLAND EXPANSION
Some Plans Held in Abeyance, But
Line i:; Progressing.
Austin, Tex., Aug. 20. It is learned
on trustworthy authority that it will
be some time before the plans for the
expansion or the kock isianu-t risco
lystem in Texas are rouudeel out. The
St. Lou:s, Brownsville & .Mexico rail
road, which was constructed by the
Yoakum syndicate, is now in regular
operation into Brownsville and is
building up a good local traffic. A
jranch of this road is now being built
from a point on the main line near
Brownsville to the town of Hidalgo,
from which place it will be continue-i
up the Rio Grande to the site of a new
town .situated about four miles south
of Rio Grande City. This branch road
will be used as the main line into
Mexico. It will connect with the new
Matauioras line of the National ralV
reiad of Mexico.
It is said that Col. B. F. Yoakum.
the promoter of this road, and his as-
seciates have given up for the present
at least, the project of extending the
line down the coast of Mexico to the
Krt of Tampico and thence to the
City of Mexico. An arrangement has
teen entered into with the National
railroad of Mexico for an interchange
of through traffic. The survey will
soon be completed for the construction
of an extension of the main line of
the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexice
from its northern terminus at Reibs-
town te Columbia. Tex., by way or
Sinton, Refugio. Tort Lavaca and Bay
City. This will be a coast line, and
will traverse a sen-tiem ef country
which is new badly lacking in railroad
transportation facilities. The distance
from Robstown to Ceduinbia is about
lf0 miles. At Columbia cejnneclion
will be made with the Columbia tap di
vision of the International and Great
Northern, which will afford a track
age- entrance for the Yoakum road
intf Houstem. The line will probably
be extended ultimately from Colum
bia to Galveston, a distance of about
Col. Yoakum siiys that the St. Louis
Brownsville & Mexice has no connec
tion with the Frisco system at this
time, but it is ' well understood that
it will eventually become a part of
U U U I- RUUHIOfcliMi"
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
New plain and
feta silks, 75f?
The New Fall Dress Goods Opening Display and Sale
npHE CERTAINTY OF QUALITY AND STYLE, THE EXTRAORDINARILY
LOW PRICES, are the factors that have made this department the mcicca of
the shrewdest buyers.
For a starter, some
65c and 75c Fa
brics for 50c
TO start the Interest
early in our dress
goods department, as Is
Our custom, we will sell all
our new wool Walstlngs,
Imported French Flan
nels, both rlaiu and fancy,
handsome printed Albat
ross cKiths that are suit
able for Wai.-ts, Kimonas,
Hou?e Gowns. Children's
Dresses, etc.. re-gular 63c
and 75c values, flr
all at, yd iHJU
Silk and wool Broadcloths and
crepe de flanders, Venetians $1.00
CREPE DE EGYPTA,
CREPE READONA AND
VOILES ARE THE COR
RECT FALL FABRICS IN
THIN, FILMY WEAVES.
FOR DRESSY WEAR A
PROFUSION OF THESE
STYLISH CLOTHS AT
$.25 and $$.50
rp HESE three prieKs
I'NDREDS of the
latest fashien fancies
in the heavier suit
ing cloths feir the short
represent three lines of skirt and Jae-ket slilts. tliat
broadcloths and Venetians win bold sway ier run
and winter wear
that stand afcove all other
line at these prices in COVERTS MELTON 3
vim 01 quciui nuu v;uiwi
correctness. Thev are " CRAVENETTS
98c and 75c
sponged and shrunk and
retain that fine finish, all
the new colors, and black.
IOTS. MANNISH MIX
TURES, a granj array at ,
S1.7.-I. Sl.fiS. tU"0, $1-38.
$1.25. 9Sc. 75c dQo.
Big Lot Cotton Blankets
FECIAL PURCHASE AT 25
PER CENT UNDER MARKET
VALUE. IT'S MONEY SAVED IF
YOU BUY NOW.
200 Pairn Hamituie Rone Blankets,
for bath geiwns. louuglng robes, etc.,
value $138 and S1.2S. QCn
choice per pair $1.12 and "Dt
250 pairs Cotton Bed Blankets in
prey and tan. value ftQf
92c, per pair
250 pairs 1 1-4 size Cotton Blankets,
grey only, value $1.23, per QQn
pair, only 00 U
100 Comforters, made of 12 l-2e
Sllkollne. filled with fine cotton, all
home made, well knotted, value
$2.75, while CI QQ
Don't be too late
DON'T BE A MINUTE LATE
WHEN GOING TO A TRAIN.
DON'T BE A MONTH LATE IN
CONSULTING AN OPTICIAN IF
YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH
Delays are dangerous
A month's delay at a critical time
may injure your ey.s to such an
extent that yem will never be able
to entirely repair the damage. We
offer you an opportunity to have
your 'yes examined. The servie-es
of Dr. O. M. Myers, our expert opti
cian, are yours for the asking.
Remember we guarantee absolute
satisfaction in every case.
Loom Damask, alii Linen
PREPARE FOR SCHOOL
XfTB AGAIN DEMONSTRATE
Yt THE RELIABILITY AND
jrfONEY-SAVINO PROPERTIES OF
OUR SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS
AND GIRLS- WE QUOTE:
Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, heavy soles.
sizes 8 to 5 1-2, VC I I II I
LOTS IN NEW ADDITION
WILL INSPECT THE CANAL
Congressman Burton Says He is Inter
ested in Artificial Waterway.
L. B. Boswell, secretary of the Up
per Mississippi River Improvement
asseciation, was asked how matters
were progressing along the river in
reference to the entertainment of the
rivers and harheirs congressiemal com
Mis reply was that matters had
about been arranged for. and what is
now mejst necessary is fer the cities
along the upper river which will be
greatly benefit eel in the future because
eif this extinguished Im-hIv's visit, to
see that their share of the expense in
e-ntertaining thin delegation shall be
attended to at once and the money for
warded te htm.
Mr. Boswell has a letter from Mr
Burton, the chairman eif the commit
tee, which indicates quite strongly
that the visit of this cemmittee is for
the purpeise tf studying the water
ways of the central Mississippi val-
le-y with spe-cial r'-fe-re-nee to the up
pe r Mississippi river. Mr. Burton ex
presses a ile'sire to inspect the Henne
pin canal prepeisit ion. and it is Mr
Uoswell s eipinion as well as Presi
dent Wilkersem's that this committee
wishes all the light that they can ge-t
em the great problem of the day. which
is a deepening eif the channel for nav-
igatieui as a wheile. and It will have no
ume ior local conditiems. All upper
river citi.-s are- vitally interested in the
success ef this trip, and the informa
tien gathered in r'ference to the com-
mere'e ef the rive-r and the preposeil
channel will be hard from when con
gress shall mee t a?a:n. The eemmit-
tee would prefer that no elaborate en
tertainment be provided at any of the
Now On Sale A Splendid Opportunity
to Purchase Beautiful, Level Lots
at the Very Lowest Cost.
Lots in the new additien which will
be known when platted as 1. Mosen
feleler's Place, situated between Tenth
and Eleventh streets and Fifteenth
and Eighteenth avenues, are nenv being
offered to the public. This, perhaps.
is the last addition containing high,
level lots that will be platted in this
vicinity for several years, therefore
those contemplating building homes
should take aelvantage of this sale.
Every lot in Mr. Mosenfelder's add!
tion aeljoining this piece, and which
was placed on sale in June, has been
and the lots in the new addition will
undoubtedly sell as quickly. Prices
will range from $275 to $.150, with a
liscount of $25 to cash purchasers, or
sedd on monthly payments without in
terest. In order tei encourage develop
uient at once we will refund $25 to
every person erecting a suitable house
this fall. Would also call the especial
attention of those persons whose
places of employment require street
car facilities. For further particulars
inquire of L. Mosenfelder
at $1.25, fl.lS and .. . .
Boys'Qalf Shoes, extra weight seiles.
splendid wear resistors, size- . to
6 1-2, at $1.45,
Missels' Heavy Sole Dongeda Kid
Shoe's, several styles, sizes 8 1-2 to
2, at $1.35. $1.25. OHn
$1.00 and ""
Shoes for big girls. Heavy Kid and
Box Calf, low school he-eds, special
values at $2.00, fX
for $1.50 and &tJ
OME EXTRA GOOD VALUES
FOR SCHOOL WEAR. WE
Misses' nice 'latic fast dye medium
weight Hose, all sizes, 5 to 9 1-2,
Bovs heavy elastic ribbed Hose,
double heelB and toes, wear like
iron, all sizes. "I 'T (t
usually 25c, at A
NGLISH Serge Covers, best
paragon frames, several atyb'S
of handles, extra values fln
at 75c and "U1,
OR SCHOOL DRESSES New
lot of tl)e celebrate-d Bates and
Amoskeag Seersuckers, plenty or
geod. dark styles, 1 rif
at. each, 12 l-2c and avji,
Semie ppe'cial offerings this week
in Dark PeTcales, suitable FOR
SCHOOL DRESSES, and waists.
Three lots, worth much more than
we' ask, 12 l-2e, 10c
HE BEST TABbU I.HNEN FOR
HOUSES, HOTEI.S ANIJ WHEIV
EVER HARD WEAR IS NECES
SARY. THESE GOODS ARK HALF
BLEACHED. SOFT FINISHED &
MADE OF PURE LINEN FLAX.
LOOM DAMASK I,S HEAVY AND
GIVES THE BEST OF SATISFAC
TION. NOTHING BETTER CAN
BE SAID OF ANY GOODS.
58 Inch. All Pure Linen. Half
Bleached Leiom Damask.
fer this sale, yard
f,2 Inch All Pure Linen. Half BVach
ed Ivooni Damask, Crttf ffp
quality, for. yd uyjVj
72 Inch All Pure Linen; Half Bleach
ed I etom Damask, 84o 6DC
quality, fcr, yd
PRICE CUTS BUT A SMALL
FIGURE IN THESE CLEAN
You can buy Boys' Good "I Pip
Percale Waists for At1
These I-ulie'S White Linen and
Lawn Shirt Waists, worth up to
$4.00. are very cheap ftiSo
at $1.62. $1.19 and O
Handsome Iicc Trimmed Jap. Silk
Waists sbe.uld QQ
vanish fast at
It's like finding money to buy these
eb gant $2.o to $:i.75 Oft
Linen Dress Skirts for
Take your pick from about sixteen
dozen $1.00 to $2.00 House Wrappers
in this sale 69C
Some exclusive styles Man-Tailored
Ladies' $15.00 and $16.50 Dress Suita
are to be closed out this week at
the absurd low price (S 95
A lot of 15c to 25c Corset "f
Covers are going at Avi
i i i ii ii
SUNNY SIDES VS SHADY SIDES
Fans Along Second Avenue Have Ar
ranged a Game for Monday.
There is to be a baseball game at
and are rapidly being improved. Twelfth street pari: Monday afterneum
between the Shady Sides and the Sun
ny Sielcs. It will be calieel at 3 o'clock.
Here is the line-up:
Sunny Sides W .Carse, ss: A. Salz
mann. id; r. wn.seui. c; i. ocninien.
rf; W. Lange. cf; E. El'.ieit, p; B. Luk-
ens, .sd; u. i'ierce zo; .u. waggen, n.
Shady Sides L. Livingstone, ss;
Oscar Hildebrandt. lb; H. J. Lamp,
c: Tom Kennedy, rf; John Mudge. cf;
D. Kramer. If; G. Brasher, 3b; A. Gold
berg. 2b; R. Zeigler, p.
Has Turk Changed His Mind?
Paris. Aug. 2't. A dispatch to the
Temps frem Constantinople says that,
though the American minister, Mr.
Irishman, eriginally declarel the
porte's declaration on the subject of
equal treatment for the American
schools to be satisfactory, the subse
quent explanations were too vague to
permit the question to be considered
settled. An active correspondence is
still being exchanged.
Five-Year-Old in Hero Role.
Shebetygan, Wis.. Aug. 2f. Oscar
Smith. 5 years old. live-d from a eleck
into 22 feet eif water te rescue- his 8-
year-oll brother, who had fallen in.
He was not streng enenigh to held his
brother above water, and both were
nearly dead when rescued.
Hoover is Dismissed.
The charge of assault and battery
preferred against Ge-erge M. Heteiver
by his sem-in-law. Frank M. McCaw,
was elismissed Ibis ufternexm by Mag
istrate G. A. Jehnson. There was no
evidence to support the charge.
I'll bll-nl ion N ! e'lmn--r.
State- nf Illinois, lioe-k Islam! Coun
In tlif Circuit Court, to tin- S-pt-m-lu
r Ti rm. A. I. l'.Mit. In ''liancciy.
Ain'li.i Kali ii vs. Samuel Kalin.
Aflidavlt of th'- non-r-sil'Tii-i- of
S.imin-1 Kalin. tin- alios- nanncl lI'iil -ant
.havini? lit n tili il tn lli- .If i of
r-l-rk 'if tin- s;ii'l i ii i t i-oiirt of yail
Kock Islam! count v. notice i.-s h-i-liy
Kiv n to tlii- saiil S. trim I Kdin that tli
conit'la ina nt fil l h r lull of complaint
in said court, on tlx- chare-cry side
thereof, on the julh rl.iv of AuKUSt. A.
. l'.oil. and that summons thereupon
iss-ifil out of swi'I court aKainst anhi
delr nla nt. Samuel FJahn. returnable on
rhi- tit l'iy of the Se,i eni tir term. A.
I. I!"i. of hH i court, as i;; by l.i-.v re
iuirci Now. unless you. the sai'l Samuel
Kahn. shall personally he and appear
In Inn said circuit court of sahl Kock
Island county, on the tirxt day of tin
next term thereof, to he hohlen in the
citv of Kock Island, in said county, on
the lIUli day of September. A. I). I'.X'A.
and plead, answer or demur to the- said
complaiiKint'H bill of complaint, the
same and the matter ami thing there
in cliarif'-d arid staled will be taken as
onfeu-ied. and a decree entered against
vim according in the prayer of said
Hated at Kock I.-Iand. 111., this L'Oth
day of August. A. I . l'j'M.
e-.KOKfJK V. CAMIlhi;. Clerk.
Port Byron Land Deals.
John Schwennee ker, of Port IJyreni,
has sold his SO acres te George; W.
Genung lor a consideration of $5,30,
peisscssiem to be given March 1, and
E. M. Hart has sedd -SO acres of what is
known as the; Fount ain farm to Fred
Filliner. Consideration, $75 per ae r
possession to be; give-n De-c. 1. ISoth eif
tln-se- sali-s we-re made by Siinonson &.
TAILOR MADE SUITS,
$15, $18 and $20.
"NONE BETTER" MADE
Bea.1 & McCarthy,
ILLINOIS THEATRE BUILDING.
Old 'Phone 716 L.
SUNDAY RATE TO THE FAIR
Burlington and Rock Island Roads
Hope to Increase Patronage.
Tbe Hurlington and Rock Islane
have made a rate of $'. for the round
trip 1 3 tne tot. I.ou.s exposition for
three cemsecuti ve Sundays, beginning
lomorrow. each ticket holding good for
n'u-n eiays. i nese roaas lor some
time past have made the same rate
on certain week days, which are yet
good, but heretofore Sunday was ex
ciuaea iruni tnose aays. But now
that the world s fair grounds are tr
be opened on Sundays, commencing
tomorrow, the roads adopted that rate
Our Gold Dollar the Standard.
The gold dollar of the United States
is the monetary standard of Canada,
British Honduras and Columbia, and
Mexico, it is anticipated, will attain
the same standarel at an early date.
l ne standard among all proprietary
medicines is the celebrated Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters. For over 50 years it
has been the leader in its class in
curing all stoniacn. liver and bowel
disorders, and that is why it Is used
so much to the exclusion of all other
remedies. When the appetite Is poejr.
sleep restless, blood impure, tongue
coated, breath bad and the nerves un
strung a few doses of the Bitters will
soon set things right again. Then it
also cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation, cramps, diarrhejea or malaria.
We urge you to try it at once.
Quickens the blood, rounds the form,
lifts the brain and body from weak
ness to power. Thafs what Hollister's
Kocky Mountain Tea does. 3.- cents.
tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas' phar-
If You Want 15he Best Ask For
That Good Wliisky.
Sold at All Leading Bars.
out of Rock Island. It is thought that