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TH E BOCK ' TRY, ANI ARGUS; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13,
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND CORSETS
Commencing Monday, Feb 11
Everything In readiness for an immense rush.
The erent scocoss of our matlln underwear sales forpaat two iikodi hi Inspired tie to donble
nr nurcht. aul otir custom will itnd t'.ls sale eoneplcnoue for quantity, quality ana low prtcea
T,i tlit) purchase of medium priced and flnt underwear we have given c!o luveatisatlon and special
mre tn the selection of embrutdertee. lacee and trimming. In order to accommodate the increased
eVnund for the greatest bargalne ever shown In mu.lin underwear, we will devot over one-half of
nnr lare cloak and cowt room to this rale. l several bargalncountersforobeapmns'in underwear
-t A sj. wnrtta I Indies' Chemises, Drawer. Corset Corer aud Aprona tucked and hemmed!
J4fcC Jc f children' rtrawer, three lucks and Bern """cu.
CKr wor,h Ladiea' liluhtdreanea, aklrta chemise, cornet corera. drawer, apron, eood
fiOC 8810 lie. f muallu trimmed with embroldorie and torchon lace.
O C s wor,n I Ladle' and children' garment better muslin, tner embroideries atd lace
-tCJ aototwe. 1
Q q Not a garment In the line worth less than TO cents. Assortment largo and varied.
Worth fl.tt and 1.IM.
W.II rati attention to varments at special prices for this sle, He, 8c, o, 73e,IMc 8Tc.Jl.lS fl IS
51 Only a small lot of eaob. &T Jtumember this is an e raordlnary occasion that does not
occur oiory waei.
HU, 1715. 1718. 1730 and 1728 Skcohd Aveitub. Rock Island.
f" EiuhwUl rr and whit eood sale eoattnued for beneltt of our out of town patrons. Acknowl
e.t -s'l tn uuve ttie largest assortment and lowest prices on embroldarlo and white good In this sec
no';) of the country.
NOTE PRICES .
American Bible SocieliiMi Bibles at
Pufnrd Billies at cost.
FtiSsit-r Bibles at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
AUxims of City of Rock Island 60c.
22x28 Ecgravings 47c.
Mt rust. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
17C3 Second Avenue.
WV ar the Western agents for the stove manufactures
f Tapu.v, Rick & Co., and carry the hrrgest stock of
.staves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
luv of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
Thi lealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
ih Iwloreyou buy anything in the shape of astove.
WILURD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
We have the hrgeat Block In the city,
Cor. Second Ave., and 15th Btret BUTCLIFFE BROS.
SPECIAL STYLE !
The Best Inkstand
IX THE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, hence ink is preserved in its
original purity uo evaporation of ink
the pen gunge dip cup enables the writer
to regulate with aecuracy the quantity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
at a BARGAIN
and are bound to tell, and prloe. are
on .hort .otic. All WoVk
I sVTHR TWIN CITY FAIR.
The Project to rie Rork Ialnnd and
Slalttse lat tk Iaapwrtaat lint; r
prtMr A Coianatttre C'onferenr.
The Moline Business Men's association
met Monday evening to consider the
proposition of tfe Rock Island Citizens'
Improvement association for the two cit
ies to unite in a county or district fa'r.
Mr. J. H. Porti-r spoke for the special
committee appointed at the last meeting
to confer with t committee of the Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association.
The conference in question occurred at
an appointed tine Monday afternoon at
the rooms of thu Rock Island association
in Harpers tbtatre. Uock Island was
represented by President Bass, Secretary
T. J. Medill, Jr., and E. H. Guyer, and
Mollne by J. W. Good. . S. Davis and J
H. Porter. The committee reported that
tbey found the Rock Island gentlemen
ready to meet them more than half way
in this enterprine. It was felt that the
fair should be located as near the divid
ing line between the two cities as possi
ble. The members of the committee think
that 1 15.000 wo ild be ample in every
way to establish a creditable fair, though
they do not assune to say that it cannot
be started for 112,000. They thought
that such an insttutton properly managed
would pay for itself in two years. It
would, of course, be neceFsary to secure
a location to whisb the railroads could ex
tend switches or nubs for the convenience
of persons bringing exhibits or sporting
stock from other places. The committee
thought, "says the Ditpatch, a driving
park in connectlc n with nuch an institu
tion could be kept open eight or ten
months in the 3 ear, by erecting a club
house where the members of the society
in both eities could meet and thus become
better acquainted, and the result would be
a greater feeling of harmony between us
and our neighbors, and by concerting our
efforts bring abot.t many things for our
mutual good that would be impossible
Moline, of couiee, wants the fair lo
cated on Mud Island, and while the
Abqus thinks a s te should be selected
near the boundarvllne between the cities,
it believes there are more advantageous
sites than this to be had on the main
land. Of a truth, Ro k Island does not
lcok with a great degree either of pride
or favor upon thu Moline-Water Power
company's island. Let us at least decide
upon having the fair before we follow
the course so considerately mapped out
by our Moline ne ghbors to locate it on
the island without, considering other sites
equally as available to both cities.
The committee of the Moline Business
Men's association has been continued and
empowered to act upon such lines as they
deem best in furthering the enterprise,
and a sub-committee is now figuring upon
the best manner o' procedure in the im
The Fisk University Jubilee singers
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per'a thetre last evening for the benefit of
Buford Post, G. A. it. There was quite
a large audience present, and a very well
pleased one. The programme was made
up wholly of vocal music and every num
ber was rendered with that richness of
melody and tone ihat only a gift of na
ture can reach.
Several from this city attended the
Gray & Stephens presentation of "The
Old Oaken Bucket" at the Turner opera
house, Davenport, last night. It was an
entertainment alto zet her different from
the accustomed order of comedy dramas,
introducing the extremes in both. The
scenery was an especial feature, while the
trained St. Bernard dogs acted their parts
as well as any character in the caste.
The intelligent animals were called before
the curtain at the end of the third act
and they politely and gracefully acknowl
edged the compliment thereby extended.
The entertainment is to be repeated at
the same plaoe tonUht.
The musical entertainment at the High
school next Friday afternoon is being
looked forward to ss one of the most en
joyable attractions t f the year.
There is to be a popular price combi
nation at Harper's theatre all next week.
A Pat of at Accident.
Mr. Phil Bleuer, of this city, met with
a painful and wbst may prove serious
accident, while at work in one of Deere
& Company's shops at Moline yesterday.
He was painting hr rrow beams and had
stacked them in p ies, when one of the
piles toppled and fell, a beam striking
Mr. Bleuer on the forehead and one of
the teeth penetrating into tho flesh di
rectly between the -ye. He was picked
up Insensible by lellow workmen and
brought to his hone in this city. It is
difficult as yet to prt diet what may be the
outcome of the effects of the casualty.
Placed ta the. Tomb.
The funeral of tie late Mrs. Sarah J.
Tieman, of Omaha, was held from the
residence of Mr. J. S. Gilmore on Second
avenue yesterday afternoon, Rev. A. B.
Melarum conducting the services. The
T. E. quartette of I avenport, sang beau
tifully, "Consolation," "Nearer, My God,
to Thee" and "Abide With Me." There
4 a large attends nee of friends and a
great many handsome floral tributes.
The pall bearers wore: A C Dart, J M
Montgomery, ColH B Burgh, W J
Kaupke, H W Dusii berre and H J Low
rey. The remains were temporarily de
posited Id the vault at Cbippiannock.
Mr. Howard Wnlls returned from
Springfield this morning.and reports that
in the state senate yoaterday the judiciary
committee reported favorably a bill
authorizing tho city of Rock Island to
cede to the government for viaduct pur
poses, Twenty-four :h street from the
slough bridge to Third avenue, and the
senate immediately passed the bill.
Representative Hunt will Introduce it In
tho house today itnd urge immediate
action. u- . . . .
Hood'a 8araaparl la cures catarrh by
expelling impurity fi om tho blood, which
is the cause of the m plaint. v Give it a
Important Meeting mt the Barl of
Edw-atiea Hr. Hateh'a tsaecessor
at the High tteha!.
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening. President
Reimers and Directors Durham, Thomas
and Rarth being present.
The following communication from
Principal Hatch, of the High school, was
Rock Island, Jan. 21.
8.8 Kemble, Superintendent:
Dxab Sib: After a careful considera
tion of the proposition of the Moline
board of education, I have accepted the
offer to take charge of their schools July
1. I take this step deeply regretting to
leave the Rock Island High school, where
1 have spout nearly seven of the most
pleasant years of my school life. When
my successor is chosen. I shall be glad to
aid him in any way that I can to enter
successfully upon his work. I trust that
you may secure a man who will give to
the school a successful future. I shall
always follow its history with the deepest
interest. With many thanks to yourself
and board of education for your many
courtesies and uniformly hearty support
in all my work, I remain
Very truly yours,
The rule pertaining to the time of elec
ting teachers was suspended and James
A. Bishop, of Moline, was elected pnns
cipal of the High school and building No.
4, for the school year, commencing Sept.
1889. at a salary or $1,300.
The new principal was chosen from
twenty applicants for the position, eieht
of whom were from Illinois, two from
New York, one from Iowa, two from In
diana, two from Minnesota, two from
Ohio, one from Michigan, one from Wis
consin and one from Missouri. He is at
present principal of school No. 2, which
is one of the largest in the city of Moline,
and which places ten teachers under his
supervision. He is a graduate of Mc
Eendree College, southern Illinois, and
after that took the three years' course in
the State Normal. He has taught in all
about seven years, is thirty-five years
old, Is a married man. His sue
cess and popularity during his three
years in Moline has been in a large
measure responsible for his choice by the
Rock Island board. - He possesses two
fundamental principles of a good teacher
an irreproachable character and is a
strong disciplinarian and a scholar. The
board has shown a very pleasant re
taliation for the action of the school
board of Moline in taking from Rock
Island its high school principal,
by securing the man that city
most desired to retain.
The superintendent was authorized to
purchase six oopies of Higginson's United
States history and one copy each of Red
path and Richardson for teachers' desks
Dr. Baith was appointed a member of
committee No. 2.
The committee on repairs reported that
they had allowed a bill of $32 25 to Ben
DeUear as authorized by the last meeting
of the board.
Bills were allowed as follows:
R I Gas Co. $185; O A Barnhart.
92; Don & Briggs, 36 08; Dtvia & Co,
! R 1 mT. "ff ?.- 30; i
U U Taylor, 00 cents; Uavid Don. 949 80
Chas Fif-big. $3 SO; J M Bearrlsley & Co.
6 25; Hen rv Darts' Sons. $6 33; S 8
Kemble. $35 76; T H Thomas, $2 05:
W H Hatch, $10 03; Willard Baker &
Co, $38 03; total, $188 72.
The resignation of J. H. Yore as a
member of the board, was read, accepted
and placed on tile. The school charter
requires me ooara to appoint a successor
to fill the vacancy thus incurred to serve
until the next election for members of
The board adjourned to meet Friday
evening, Feb. 23.
The doors of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rey
nolds' palatial home on Moline avenue,
were thrown open to their friends to the
number of about three hundred to
day. Over four hundred invitations
were issued and with the exception
of less than one hundred, all were
responded to. The affair had been
provided for in the best of taste, the
arrangements being on a scale of magnifi
cence not excelled before in Rock Island.
The entire suites of parlors on the lower
floor, with their rich, bright furnishings,
were thrown together for the sociability
of the guests. The cuisine was elegant
and was served by Terrell and his skilled
oorps. A number of tables were spread
in the beautiful dining balls where din
ner was served to the older people from
12:30 until 8; to the middle aged people
from 8 until 5, and from 6 until 8 the
young folks are to feast. Later there
will be dancing. It is a brilliant event in
The Elm social club gave Its fourth re
ception at Armory hall last evening and
it proved a moat pleasurable event in all
The West End progressive euchre club
was entertained by Mrs. Frysinger last
12 Jane M Tibbetts to CW Fuller, nj
owl nw 8. 17, lw, $2,000.
Rapids City Railway company to Peter
Allison, ptlots 8 and 9. block 0.-Rapids
City, $40, and Peter Allison to Margaret
Sanders, same, $30.
Hannah A H Waldbeimer to Sewall
Dodge, lot 8, block 8, Rock Island, $3,
000. J E Loosley to Mary E Loosley. lot 12,
block 8, J W Spencer's addition to Rock
Island, f 2,500.
W B Ferguson to W H Marshall, n 77
feet lot 4, block 2. J W Spencer's addi
tion to Rock Island, $10,000.
J M Davis to E T Fowler, n S06 acres
D J sec 18 and ej swj and swj- swj, 18, 16,
in the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing
sound, are caused by catarrh, that ex
ceedingly disagreeable and very common
disease. Loss of smell or hearing also
result from catarrh. Hood'a Sarsap&rilla,
the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease, which
it cures by purifying the blood. 11 you
suffer from catarrh, try Hood's Sarsapa
rill, the perfect medicine.
In mining districts where men have
been horned or bruised by carelessness.
Salvation Oil has been nsod to groat ad
vantage. . It is now told by all druggists
at twenty-ive cents a bottle.
THINK. CHRIST IS HERE.
A Xew Religion Meet Who Declare
that H I on Earth aod a Kroidrait
of Book Io land.
The following special from Minneapo
lis appears in today's Chicago Tribune:
Meetings were held here Wednesday
and 8unday by a body of persons who
believe that Christ is on earth. The meet
ing of yesterday was led by one C. C.
Wnituey, who read from the fifty-fourib
chapter of Isaiah, and said that it re
f erred to a woman who would give birth
to a new Christ This woman, he said,
was a Mrs. Buckman, whom he had met
in Kansas twenty years ago. She was
filled with the spirit of the Lord and ful
filled the prophecy of Isaiah. Her son,
the Rey. George J. Schwenfurth, now a
resident of Rock Island, III., Whitney
says, is the true Christ. Schwenfurth
writes frequently to Mr. Whitney, and
his letters are read as sermons. The be
lievers in this new Divinity say that when
the bible speaks of the bridegroom, it
means the second coming of Jesus Christ
as the groom and His mother as the
bride. Tbey indignantly deny that the
church as organized in this day has
a right to be called the bride.
They claim that the bible, when it
speaks of the bride, means some
one person, and that person must
be a woman "filled with the spi it of the
Lord," and this person is Mrs. Buckman.
It is argued by these people that the bible
distinctly proclaims the second appear
ance upon the earth of Christ, and that
the time for his reappearance is the
present. One story is told of a woman
who, overcome by the belief in the reap
pearance of Christ on earth, refused the
sacrament while kneeling at the com
munion table, because she said that all
such ceremonies were useless. At al
most the same moment her husband in
an ther church was struck bv the sam
belief. In comparing impressions the
were struck by the coincidence and
straightway became converted The fol
lowing of this new apostle, Whitney, is
small in this city, but be claims that it is
increasing every day. He is enthusiastic
in his belief and quotes the bible freely
in support of bis doctrine.
Tne cranks who make this sacrilegious
assertion have mislocated the personage
npon wbom they would confer Divinity.
No man by the name of Schwenfurth re
sides in Rock Island, though there
was a German Methodist minister here
by that name two years aso. Had
the strange-thinking Minneapolis people
proclaimed tnat the evil one, lived i
Rock Island, there would have been no
question as to establishing his identity or
tracing his exact location.
At Simon& Mosenfelder's.
The Spring Cove toboggan slide is in
Fine young turkevs and chickens at
Olson & Peterson's. Call early.
Leave your orders for turkeys at Olson
k reier son s and get tne nnest you ever
Chris. Schlegel has been appointed
substitute mail carrier and has entered
udoq his duties.
Mr. J. T. Miller has suffered a relapse
and is again very low, his life being al
most despaired of.
Mr. Benjamin Whitsltt, of Preemption,
was in the city this morning on his way
home from Chicago.
Grand exhibition and dance at Turner
hall. Sunday, Feb. 17, for the benefit of
Instructor L. Preusse.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Rock Island Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation will be held tomorrow night.
Feather pillows, mattresses, spring
beds, comforts and blankets, at the Ad
ams, 833 Brady street, Davenport.
Beardsley camp, S of V., holds a spec
ial meeting at its new quarters in Hil-
liers building, Thursday evening, for
Local talent is rehearsing a drama
called "Dixie." to bo given here and in
Davenport and Moline under the auspices
of the Sons of Veterans soon.
The Amateur Theatrical company, of
South Rock Island, will give their enter
tainment at Milan on Friday evening in
stead of Saturday, as stated yesterday.
The demand for those special $3.50
pants has been so great that Simon &
Mosenfelder have been obliged to orJer
more and the assortment is again com
Just received a choice lot of couches,
bed lounges and dining room table We
shall sell these on the payment plan to
desirable customers. The Adams. 822
Brady street, Davenport.
We have just put in stock a select lot
of engravings and oil paintings, which
we will sell on the weekly payment plan.
We guarantee full value for your money.
The Adams, 832 Brady street, Davenport.
W. H. Marshall declares that he is in
nocent of all accusations which have
sprung from a recent real estate transac
tion. He is simply the third party to a
change of title which has no significance
or a public nature whatsoever.
Sir Knight Geo. Spencer, assistant gen
era! inspector Illinois brigade, U. R , K.
P., is in the city to complete arrange
ments for the formaUon of a Uniform
Rank in this city. He will be present at
the regular meeting of St. Paul lodge to
Linen collars (second quality) at 8 cents
and linen cuffs (second quality) 18 cents
are nothing new in these parts. Simon
& Mosenfelder hove been selling them
for the last two years. First class col
lars, however, such as Coon's are 8 for 50
cents, E. & W. 6 for $1.37.
Supt. Bcbnitger hss introduced bis
new form of tickets on the Holmes syn
dicate lines. The ticket, which is to be
general on all the lines in the three cities,
is smaller than any heretofore used aud
is of very stiff card board. Oq each side
is a ueatly designed engraving with a
figure five in the centre
Six Far Cont Loans.
Every Tuesday evening during Febru
ary the Rock Island Building Association
will hold meetings to dispose of its sur
plus funds at nominal premiums.
E H. Gctxb, Secretary.
A good two-story brick house for sale
cheap, In good repair In lower part of the
city. Also vacant lot In same locality
Enquire of E. E. Paemehtbb, lawyer.
roatomce oiocav : , . '
a They do not beat spears into pruning
books up at iToy; out me gun foundry
up there has taken a contract to build a
wrought-lron railroad bridge. ,
St. Pant Lodge, Bo. 107, C of P.
A full attendance is desired this even
ing to make final arrangements for the
celebration of the silver anniversary, Feb.
19. Also conferring of the rank of
Knight. Geo B Stebbqis, C. C.
F. J. Hodoes K R. & S
The Citizens Improvement association
having received an invitation to be pres
ent at the opening exercises of the Indus
trial fair this evening, as many as possi
ble are requested to attnd.
f red habs, rresiaent.
A quarter don't go far a quarter
strawberries for instance.
Em See EM !
W. O. MATE ""B. F'rt Tenor.
C. R. M'CASDLf OS, Second Tenor.
DB. W". O. CLARK. Flr-t Bass.
W. r. MUSK. Second Bass.
HIGH SCHOOL HALL
Friday, Feb. 15, at 415 p. m
Benefit of Piano Fund.
Comrades n Anas Quartet
Faust Fantacla op 17 .
Solo Come O'er th Lk
Bonds Brlllaate op 1 Von Weber
Mrs Ba th.
Solo Maid of Athens
Cnjua Aclman from Stntat Mater W Kuh
Tom the P per's Son Qnartet
Wandering Down Quartet
Tickets 25 Cents.
Turner Grand Opera House.
TWO NIOHT8 OSLV,
Tuesday and Wednesday
Feb. 12ih aud lSih.
"The Drsmatlc Novelty of the Season."
GRAY A STEPHENS'
Dramatic and Comedy Company In th Roman,
tie and Putureisjao Play,
A beautlfnl picture depleting life In Switzerland
and America, atd displaying the wonderful
Intelligence of the Mount St. Bernard
Ijogt ta their Life artog service.
A Car Load of Mauniflcent Scenerj!
A Wonderful Avalanche Scene I
A Realistic Fire Scene!
A Beautiful Vision Scene I
An excellent com pan of Sixteen Dramatic
people In support .
PR CKS 46. SO. 79c and Sl.CO; seat sal at
Huebinjter s New Art Gallery, Darsnpo t.
Friday Evening, Feu. 15th.
Admission 3? Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Mulins after danoe.
CHAS. BLKI ER.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
TJader BoeJt Island Boo.
WE OFFER FOR SALE-
Important Points are:
1st. Interest U 7 per eent net to Lender,
ed. W colloot laurest without Oharg.
td. Loans offered are oomoleU aod Investor
lieu his papers at onoe.
4ih. We examine th reoorde annually for de
linquent t es ou lands covered by our mortgage.
fith. Oar agent Inspects each far .11 before We
make a loan on it
8th W make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No Dsins or exoens soared br at to make
our bu.lnasa as aafe for our elieots aa experience,
good faith and skill eau make It
8th. inveatoracaa b supplied with loans for
too nd upwards.
Call or write (or circular.
IAW. 2491 Oftiic
MNtt-Ttru IMVtLNPORT o.
We confine our Loans to Improved
. Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
' I.;' -7 GUABUTTEE V" ,
Prompt payment of principal and interest
Old OakHD Mere
491 PLUSH 149
Will show this week
a beautiful as
nr. 1, w j .
nr 111 open juonuay a.
in checks, stripes and
novelties in sherref
feet. 5 cents to 28
Ten shades, all deslraple colorings car
cents per yard.
dlnal, 8 shades, garnet, gold, brown
8 shadrs, mahogany. Mouse, sa
phire, gray goblain 49c a yard.
AQ have seen at
Ttocls Tsland. Illinois.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots and Shoes.
We have also a lot of Misses and Children's Kid
Shoe j to close out at cost.
Call and see.
CAUSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Fecond avenne, is receiving daily his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
3F8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Pure Keutncky Bourbon $1.75 w Gallon
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. ;
(grSend for Price List. P. O. Box 8.
Kidney anil LiTer Fills
for tho ewre ef Lhm. Cdmry, Blood Bad Moat
oeb disease. Toeoe cob-braud a Usee fatcak
lap- ta pUc of to Dor xponalv- isisihis for
kidao and nvereosnpialat. and are far saparloa,
Me earUyiakeo. and tat factor ta a ti faaf
vr tntrodocee for all diacaaos of the kidney
and liver, sick headache, paia ta th hack aoc
rioa. fcranbam. gnsainc and oofnina polo at too
pit of the Mcenach, yellow a I in. eoaUsd tona-v.
ibt nm nm iiw wuf, r 1
Wf 1 a mnLale. and aa Saaulw cJTl
they aov aotqaal, aadsbnoirt bokoptlo avoir
t for ovseoMlav an ovorv aav
inner; ear anoosoar loo ssaaeysvia
tare tlsae a week eUl raUcswdt ior
of too UTec,aA ofllgnsoias. taoMocSoat os io
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
TWpsoptletowm forward the to any oadiaw
by oil, om r saint of prico.
25 Cte a Bottle.
- ltodoootyor . -
Just opened a bow
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tiH hanilaAiil. 1la
in. a m.nuiuvcui Qj
at the lowest prloea.
much lower than any
previous season lo
a yard up.
with anything von
anywhere j A Q
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island.
I ROCK ULAND. ILL.
THE BEST I
Cures Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough. Spitting of '
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs,
On trial i a 1 tfca Is osesssary to mailsii
yoa that It ta in beat Congo, Kemedy saado, so
next time you hav a lOugh or cola, oaU and Mt
Price 10 SS and 00 eenta.
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