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Rock Island Daily
VOL XXXLX. NO. 115
KOCK ISLAM), WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, ISM.
I Single C'oplB Ceata.
1 lr Wwk lv tbta.
Th VMprtMi J.
J Strive not to sajr tbo huv! Ti m-t in hi
WE ARE NOTHING - IF NOT LEADERS
Leaders of Low Prices. Leaders of Fine Clothing.
Leaders of Latest Styles. Leaders in the Clothing Trade.
We Came to Rock Island to Stay and Stay We Will.
e uiuugm me prices clown and will keep them down; iNot on bhoddy Clothin
Trashy clothing or Rotten clothing, but Clothing that will bear the most critical in
spection in quality, make-up, trimmings, cut, style, fit, and last but not least
The Lowest Prices and the Largest AssortmeDt.
Kings Of ilie Clotting Mb.
Spare and Honest Dealing
London Clothing Co.
beine the secret of our t-uces-s. we re bound to huiid up a GOOD BUSINESS
auil n-f.utnM.ip, which e j'iSllv derVe us k
PtOple'n money MVtrs ami
We hnve t-i rm-il the
tronc holds of s'yU-s.
Knl cip'ured re choicest
trehti.re. iti.rl h iVe plic
ed i Lis sp'i id before
our pvr-i s 'In- rk-b
r"-u!t of s" o-:r I ran,
h iXJ. it hii i toil nl
pncee that wi'l mine
com: 'i'i'in f irevrr b w
and step don lU .ut
A iu n-r the world's
most finio s makers of
Sr.e ttilor ui e c!otD
jcc hr- the three cities,
v z: New York, Ba't -ai.ire
We absolutely coutrol.
f.ir tl is Hwn.'io of Illi
nois, their prod notion
an t les-rved reputation
of Sne tailor nis'te cloth
ing. Ii is a pleasure
usailoved t wear these
They Fit Well, Look Well, Feel Well,
No merchant tailor
living can make betv-r
garments. Your inspee
We wibh particular y
to draw your attention to
wveril liaes of uitra
fashionable anile ranK
g from $8 to 15 So
VOhitive are we that they
are great bargain?, lb at
we not otl? ask but wish
You to take them home
and compare them with
fuiia costing from $3 to
S3 more elsewhere
Many of the choicest
buyers have been thus
convicced by the above
trial . A thorough exam
ination and comparison
ih price, qualitv of goods
Mid mke op is all the
London Clothing Go,
Talking about C'othing: Rave you evtr noticed what widely
different garmen's for male war come under this titlr l Every
man mast have CI thin-?, but ihere are clothe ani clothes.
There are clothes that simply saiisfy the demand for decent
covering, and clothes again that gratify the taste that comes with
culture and progress. By got d rights there cnght to be no cloth
ing that does not come up to th-latter staudard. Bit there is.
We do not keep it, but you have seen it with its general appear
ance of slovenliness and ill comfc-rt. You can see that kind of
clothing every day. It is not woith taking heme, but it is adver
tised very extensively by some dealers who make a specialty of
shoddy clothing. We have clothing for all classes Merchants,
Artisan, Laborers, Claras, etc You will find no trash or shoddy
We take justifiable pride in saying that we have no clothing
for any class or occupation that will not in every way particular
satisfy the taste of the buyer, and give him that sense of comfort
that is tever felt save in good fitting, well made clothing.
Having (as yoa all know) worked hard and used great ef
forts to build up our business, we were very careful in selecting
oui goods and Lave bought nothing but what we can recommend.
There are some special features noticeable in our house. One is
the great variety of styles and patterns we are able to offer for
selections of the public, and we confidently believe we can gratify
and satisfy any and every bayer. Another important feature is
prices; we have a large stock and we must not, and will not, let
any question of "price" hinder prompt selling. To be on the safe
side, we have marked prices so close that the quotation of them
will carry conviction ol cheapness to every man or woman who
sees our goods.
Our great Spring Stock is ready for inspection, every depart
ment being complete. Our large store room (which is three times
as large as any concern here) is filled to its utmost capacity with
Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Whenever
you are ready for new Goods, come and see the
London Clothing Co.
Exclusive Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters.
LONDON (Mill CO.
Boys' and Children's Clothin
The frui's -n I flower f
the tree of f M-i-m lr the
H'tlCi: of nre Do on
our counvr- in ur lnf 's arid
children' u r3.erit. We
Lav? well i.r ivniel or our
li'tle ftieO ! :L 5raoO. The
worldV wofk-'.opt. btve cri
triou'e i u.-sr Iw-J flir!s to
make our 'int s ci .tijinj '!
Matl ir.tinulth hle.iiJ m tLr smallest
The )'jnrit muuu't fcil r arc Utr rf-t cirri
The lituii !rs i1hin art Ujuim1.i1 outline
Of otcry txililc ork ihr u'1-nt part h
Of all rxiircvion that which tanti.it ba ex-
f jwh '-t -ntaina th life, rat It nk of art
the rl l.
And all lb platM-t law are h drmdrop
-W. W. Story.
Tb Ceada-tr LitraMl. Alw! Wat DMi'l
( alrh Urn.
When a con 4ucUr on Cliicajo rab
rban train aj'inicbe.l a bsary net. ml
Leall fellow the feilow miJ. Ixxk
here, yon have alrely uncbcl my tick
"Well, but why I yoa give it to mo
"Il.-canne." tbe fellow replil, "yon
f.-true aJou aii.l hel.l out your hanL, avnd
I u'ii t.-injiU-J u fo b"wr cf uti Tuu
wouM punch away my salary, for it tako
alM.ut ail I make t-j buy a tn nitbly ticket.
HolJ n," l? wMmL wb-n tbe conductor
b-jmn to move ofL "I have discovered
th;it yoa are a robber, an-1 I am sroinj; to
call yoa to account. 1 atn going to whip
1 mckon not," kui J the condnct'ir.
Dut 1 nvkon I aiu. I bave noticed
fT evenl years a growing Jporatioo
on all hi.b-a V rob mo. an J 1 have made
up my u.iud tlutt I aiu it'jiuis to whip
very luan wii.i I f-l tnre is a robber.
I know ihul you hive robbd toe. and I
am '4n ti whip ytu Wait a minute.
Lel you think there may be kri doubt
as to my ability to i-rtona my duty in
this matt'-r. l-t tue kit that I liar three
nt.tla4 i.r-M-iitl t me by li!Trrvnt box
iii aiv.-i:iiotiK. What time will yoa
lv at iar;'"'
I don't know," nM tV cwtlidor.
"Wfll. no m iner. fr 1 bare a day off,
and can ri le with ya until tlie desired
-j'pi'rtut.i:y pre--ut it- '.f."
Tb' conducr, wh. wn eidntly
dfcturlw-1. wetit inV a forwarl car.
Vb-n be rvturno 1 a few tninuW Later
b flicovepl that tiie r-ven-ful fellow
"What lttne cf that r.-l headed
mL.T be arkL
"He got ol at the lat -tali'n." a pas
ren&v rej lied. -Iiy tV way. w uy didn't
yon make him pay hi fare':"
"liva-ne h aai 1 that I bad already
pnnch.1 bis ticket twice."
"Yct. he Kiid . but the trntii U you
did not punch it at all. II- hl no
t: k-t. II.; live at ila-liwm Park, and
in known at the bicr-t d.-a i"r-at in tbo
community." ArkanAU Traveler.
lb Mm ad tb
Chappie What! Don't you remember
ChoIIy? It w.w he who had the beauti
ful d down at the hotel lat rcnuncr.
il.nd Ah! I rcmi-iiiVr t"m
bat lecazne of the Lt'-- Vt vv
Dartmenu a veritable ea.p!e
of ftshioQ. . wh:cD tie
jautbful devotee are led bf
loving band and tre fitted
out in exact reproduction cf
tbe st let in Toro in tbe
world's onil cultured fh
ion cntre, at prkr-s that
c ue exlmatiots of ur
prie aod piaure( from
prudent. ecnoaiiclj in
clined mother, whw have
been id the habr of making
their boti-' cloibio for tbe
Sike of sivicz a Iifle motiey
rr paTn!r 'mmena? bish
pricea lor voods te6in ;
but a li!b of tbe merit that
characterize the atyVt we
In fact acd In troth abao
luuly everyttioK ruired
for tbe proper adorrmett of
boys and childret correct
In style .ad right in price,
can be found at tbe
London Clothing Go.
Millions of little; children die
every year with that scounre of
infancy, the croup. Th crdl-
narj rem-d3- is so full of opi
ates lhat it is extreme- dan
gerous to give it to the little
ones. Many and many a ten
der child has been sent to an
early and premature grave by
an overdose of medicine that
contained opiam, or has had the
longing for the drug insidiously
implanted in its svstem to de
velop in after years into the
morphine habit Statistics
show that this habit is extend
ing with tremendous and awful
strides Mothers should there
fore bs careful in regard to gir.
ing their children opiates. The
great fact in regard to Reld's
German Cough and Kidney
Care is that there is not a par
ticle of opium nor of any oth-r
poison in it, no care need be
taken to keep the cure out of
tbe hands of the children Ir i.
emphatically the medicine
above all others for the little
ons. The worst cold Is cured
in from one to two doses, and
croup is re ieved at one.
rorsaleby all druggists. 25
and 50 cents
8tlvan Rkmkdt Co.,
107 Main St, Peoria, I1L
A ftaal Balaam in rasp's Bauaav
Tbe dicUooery taja. "a balaaa is a
thick. Dure, aromatic anbataar 1abi.
from treea." Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs ts the only cough nedi
c'.oetbat is a real balaam. Maij thin
wawry couga remeoiea are called balsam
bnt suck are not. Look through a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what
thick preparauon it la. If JOu conga
uac arup DllUHL At aU CrCCiT.itl
Urge bottles 50c asl Cl.
One Of DT Children hat a r. f ..-4 a:.
charge from her bos. Two phvaidaas
nrsisir ari t t nVMA . a -
wuk wiuiout oentEt. Wt tried
Wj'i Cream Balm, and. much to o&r ear
prtae. there was a marked Improvement.
We continued using the Balm and fa a
tort Time tbe discharge wm cured. O
A. Cary, Coraiax. W. Y.