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-- THE AHGUB. SATURDAY. JUKE 0, 1891
The turning point
in woman's life brings jeculiar
weaknesses and ailments. Dr.
Tierce's Favorite Prescription
brings relief and cure. It is a
powerful, invigorating, restorative
tonic and nervine. It imparts
strength to the whole system in
general, and to the uterine organs
anil appendages in particular.
"Run-down," debilitated and deli
cate women need it. It's a legiti
mate medicine purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless. It's gua 'anteed
to give satisfaction is every casa, or
money refunded. Nothing e.se does
as much. You only pay for the
good you get. Can you ask more ?
As a regulator and promoter of
functional action, at that critical
period of change from girl'iood to
womanhood, 44 Favorite Prescrip
tion " is a perfectly safe remedial
agent, and can produce only good
results. It is equally efficacious and
valuable in its effects -when taken
for those disorders and derange
ments incident to that later and
most critical period, known ;is 41 The
Change of Life."
lN.:qulNTED WITH THE geography cf th.s OeUNT w will obtain
iVM VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY ff Tt IS UAP OF THE
CMcaa Bout IsM & Pad By.;
The T)ii:v; nMlV i. auI from CijieMi, J... i'l, Ottawa,
IWia, Iji Snile, Mt.line, Rock Islwid, it ILLINOIS;
Iwvenport. Jluscatln", Ottuinwa, Osi:aloosa, Des
Moln-rs, Wlmtrsc-l. Audubon, Harlsn uid Council
r.'.utTs. in I"A: Minneapolis and St. Piul. In MIX
KESnTA; Watertntrn and Sioux Falls, li DAKOTA ;
taiueron, St. Jofi-j 'j and Kansas Citr, jo MISSOURI;
t'niaha, Lincoln, Fairt urj- and Nelson, In NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leaveuwort!i, Horton, Topeta, Hutchinon,
V. ichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodpe City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS ; KlnpE-uer, El P.eno and Slijio , ia INDIAN
li:r.r:ITir.Y: Iwnrer. Colorado Sj.ncp and Pueblo,
1.1 COLORADO. Traverses nex areas of rich, farming
tnJ jrrazinc lands, affurulnRthe best facil ties of lnter
i u.niunitation to all towns aid cities cist and west,
rirthn-est and souil,tre?t of Chicago and t j Ttciiic and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TWAINS
L'-arlir.? ail cmnr-virnrs In splendor r! eqirment,
letireen CHICAGO and DES MOINES COUNCIL
r.LUFIS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
i r.NVEr., COLOP.AIo SPRINGS and rTEBLO. ria
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via T. JOSEPH.'
First-Claw Iar Cua-h. FREE P.ECLIMNG CHAIR
.kI;S. and I'nlare Simpers, with Tjiuing Cur Service.
( ije connect! n.s at Leaver and Colorado Srrings with
liversliiu railway Lues, cow forming Uic new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which suprb!T-crilppd trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Late City, Ogden and San Fucisoo. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
frrn Manltou. Pike's Peak and all other annitary and
eenic reaortsand cities and miningdistricsin Colorada
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns. cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas Cirr and Chicjg to Water
tnwn, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS anl ST. PAUL,
connections for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Masrs, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
Genl Manager, Oesl Tkt. Pass. Agt,
WILL, be under the supervision of the
BurllnBTton, Cedar Rapids . Northern
Railway. V. J. MORRISON, M.inagrer, and
will be open for the recptioa of g-uests
June I5tb in each year. Visitors will find
Is first-class In all of its appointments,
being1 supplied with pas, hct and cold
water baths, electric beiis and all modern
improvements, jzeam laundry, billiard
halls, bowling alley, etc.. anc. positively
free from annoyance by moec.uitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season by the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids St Northern Eailway and
all of its connecting lines at low rates to
the following points: Spirit Lake, Iowa;
Watervtlle. Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota ; Lake Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park and
points In Colorado.
Write for " A Midsummer I aradise to
the General Ticket ard Passe agrer Agrent.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa: for hoiel rates to
W. J. MORRISON. Manager, Spirit Lake.
Pm t sad Oeo-I Sap t Ota.1 lick aao Urn t ktmt-
Whose Names are on the Roll of
Splendid Rererdn for Attendance and
Punctuality In our Public
fchro!s-Wrth Hri-ivlng for.
Schooldays are over.
List nigbt witnessed the close of an
other year in the history of our public
schools. The merits of our free education
al system the advantages offered in Rock
Island have been shown in the pan two
diys. through the public exercises at
But graduation day is not the only aim
of Rock Island school children. It is the
crowning honor for faithfulness and in
dustry, but there are intermediate steps
in the progress of the pupil wherein he
may find merit recogniz 'd and rewarded.
Oae of the accomplishments for which all
public school children in Rock Island strive
from the moment they enter school is to
have their names recorded on the roll of
honor. To attain this proud distinction.the
pupil must present a good showing as to at
tendance and punctuality. Year by year
a record is kept, and each year that the
scholar sees his or her name on the roll
of honor adds to his credit, and stim
ulates his endeavors to keep it there.
There are, to be sure, cases of unavoid
able absence, and perhaps tardiness, and
vet contending with these difficulties
many have succeeded nevertheless, in
earning a place upon this roll, not only
for one year, out for several years.
The record for the school year just
closed is appended:
BCILDIXG NO. 1.
L. C. Dougherty, principal.
GradeS M. E. Eatriken, teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy. Carl Rochow,
Lena Raible, OlgaRochow. Not absent
but tardy once. Irene Siegrist. Absent
one-half day. Arthur Kahlke. Absent
one day, Edward Frysinger, Fannie
Grade 7 Hattie E. Hendren. teacher :
Not absent nor tardy. Lizzie Bladel (six
years), James Robinson. Absent one
day, not tardy, Annie Ekstadt. Alfred
Beck, Fred Grot j an.
GradeC Julia M. Anderson, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy, Daisy Strupp,
feur years; Mildred Warnock, oze year;
Lottie Martin, one year. Absent one
half day, Eliza Pearson, John Eifert.
Absent one day, Sarah Broomhall.
jiaiie 5 il. L. Carlton, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy. Mamie Ehlers,
Nellie Parker, Cora Toennige9, Mamie
Z mmerman. Not absent, but tardy once,
Willie Ohlweiler. Absent one-half day.
AlmaEfcstadt. Absent one day, Amanda
Witt, Eddie Irwin. .
Grades 5 and 4 Dora Newton, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy, Willie Shield.
Absent one-half day, Charlie Nesler.
Oscar Seide Sadie Robinson. Absent
oae day, Clarence Coyne, John Lorensen.
Grades 4 and 3 S. B. llillier. teacher:
Neithtr absent nor tardy. Willie Gardner.
Grade 3 Anna Bennett, teacher:
Neith-.r absent nor tardy. Hattie Pettit;
absent one-half day, Gus Frodell. Ab
sent one-half day.ani tardy once, Laura
Grade 2. A Class Millie De Santo,
teacher: Not absent nor tardy for the
year, Gaspard Conqueror, Carl Otto,
Grant Zimmerman, one day, Tracy No!d,
Grade 2, B Class Mary L. Long,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy: Ed
die E zel, Henry Lorenzen. Absent one
balf dav, Allie Huntley, Freda Meyers,
Grade 1 E. Freeman, teacher: Neithtr
absent nor tardy during the year: John
Lundpren, Arthur Zimmerman, Bertha
Ritzi, Emma Pettit, Julia Beck. Absent
but one day: May Thomas, Annie Oberg,
Theresa Koch. Mary Blochlinger.
George Lehnerer has not been absent
nor tardy for seven years. Not one of
the Ninth grade has been tardy during
Miss Requa. principal.
Grade 4 Neither absent nor tardv,
Laura Reddington, Walter Lincke. Ab
sent one half day, Thomas Totten, Els
die Rosene. " .
Grsde 3 Miss Cooke, teacher: Ab
sent one-half day, Amos Skinner. Ab
sent one dav, Earle Caldwell.
Grade 2 Miss Jenkins, teacher:
Neithtr absent nor tardy, Freddie
Stroehle, Jircmie Sullivan, Lottie Zoeck
ler. Absent onebalf day, Harry Ohl
weiler. Absent one day, Lewis Hoo
Grade 1 Miss Repine, teacher: Neith
tr absent nor tardy, Mamie Sullivan.
Absent one-half day, Josie Grotegut.
Absent one day, Bertie Corken.
BCILDIKG NO 8.
Mrs.L. M. Copp, principal.
Grade 4 Neither absent nor tardy,
Lena Schmacht. Not absent, tardy
once, Carl Stiultz, Arthur Hansen. Ab
sent one day, Widie Schuliz, Katie
Grade 3-Anna N. Johnson, teacher:
Neither absent nortardy.Herbert Church
ill. John Westptaul. Arthur Roberts.
Absent one day, Belle Conwell, Swan
Grade 2 Jennie A. Dolly, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy. Clara Schind
ler. Sphia Trefz. Not absent nor tardy
for two years. Alma Evers. Absent
one day. Belle Mills, Emil Hansen. Ab
sent one-half day and tardy once, Jakie
Grade 1 Adda E. Muse, teacher: Ab
sent one day, Elmer Cameron. George
Evans, Hugh McGee. Frank Reyne-lds,
Harry Schiller. Carl Trez, Mathias West
phaul, Willie Berkson.
BTJIXDIXQ fo. 4.
Grade 8 M. Piatt, tescher. Neither
absent nor tardy: John Stewart, Stephen
Darling, Will Carl, Maggie McKibbon.
Present all the year, but tardy once,
Grade 9 Lou J. PMlp. teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy: Gait Brindle,
John Corken, Harry Lewis, Elmer Strahle,
Nettie Brockman. Not absent, but
tardy: Frank Murphy. Absent one-half
day only: Mary Hull, Jennie Williams
Grades 9 and 8 MinaG.Bo wen, teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy: Maggie Con
well, Jennie Chandler. Helm Hanson.
Absent one day: Harry Coyne, Tena
Merhley, Mary Niel-en
Grade 8 Mies Taylor, tescher. Miss
Egm, substitute: Neither absent nor
tardy: Louise Strate two years, Mar
garet Munger two years, Albert Branden
burg two years, Emelie Evers one year,
Sadie Schisdler one vear; absent one half
day, Fred Msger, Jerome Apolequist;
absent one day. May Young, Willie WiH
maser, Edwia Schillinger. Rose Yerbury,
Grade 7 Idessa Wakefield, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy during year:
Susie Gordon, Helen Loosiey, Tillie Trefz;
two years, Sam Bowlby, absent but one
half day, Tillie Thorns, Eugene Ramser.
Grade 6 Mary L. Carter, teacher;
Not absent nor tardy, Florence Mixter
one year, Ed ard Hodgson, two years,
Mary Appelquist, three years, Nellie
Peetz. three years, May Carl, four years.
Grade 5 A. L. Hill, teacher. Neither
absent nor tardy, Addie Schindler, two
vears, Mary Baker. Alice Thompson, Olie
Gordon; absent one-half day. Jessie
Reynolds- absent one day, Florence
Freeman, Rosabel Stewart.
BUILDING NO 5
Etta McDonald, principal.
Grade 8 Absent one-half day, Iaabelle
McConochie. five years; May Lynch, two
years; Natalie Mirfield, one year; Jessie
Roberts, four years. Absent onehalf
day, Daisy Weig'and. Absent one day.
Homer Fairman, Anna Lambert. Not a
case of tardiness in room during the year.
Grade 7 Marie S. Ken worthy, teacher:
Absent one-half day. Frank Kennedy,
two yeais; Charlie Kofer, twoyenrs; Car
rie BjsIjqo, Jimmie Thomas, James Mc
Conochie, Minnie Frederick, Maggie Mc
Cullogh. Absent one day, John Fez'er,
Chris. Breiholz, Stlma Smuelson.
Grade 6 Jennie A. Kane, teacher:
Absent one half day, Mary McConochie.
two years; Anna McNeil, two years. Wil
lie Frederick, two years, Walter Fitzsim
mons, Eva Larkin, Josie Mirfield; Laura
Witt, Kobert Fitzsimmons. Best in pen
manship in grade 6, Louie Kennedy, Mary
Grade 5 Mrs. J. L Lhton, teacher:
Absent one day, Minnie Schaab. Katie
Brennan. Best in penmanship in grade
5, Flora B. Scott. Louis Frey.
Grade 4 Augusta Crawford, teacher:
Absent one-half day, Arthur Steceman,
Bessie Mirfield, Nettie McConochie, Min
Grade 3 Anna Olson, teacher: Ida
Fitzsimmons, James Greene, Herman
Grade 2 Mary Murphy, teacher: Ab
sent one day, Lottie Glas9. Frank Lo
renz, James Mirfield, Joe Carnes.
Grade 1 Nora Gorman, teacher: Not
abstnl, but tardy once, Msggie H"dgdon,
Willie Soott, James Lyons, Freddie
BUILDING NO 6
Anna Kirkpatrick, principal.
Grade 9 Not absent or tardy. Annie
Deisenroth. Annie Cronholm (three
years). Absent one day, George Hull,
Grade 8 Not absent or tardy (two
years). Hush Sherer. Absent one-half
dav, Willie Johnson .
Grade 7 Maggie J. Wilson, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy, Susie Lee,
Grade 0 Nora Witherspoon, teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy for school year:
Annie Eblars, Minnie Etz.el, Hannah Mc
Bride, George Gregr, Fred Stechalin.
Absent one-half day, George Deisenroth.
Absent one day and tardy once, Eddie
Grades 5 Lucy S. Peeiz, teacher.
Perfect attendance, Maud Hetter. Lizzie
Ranscn. Absent m.e day: Ercina
Brocbman, Gjorge E zti. Andrew. Luck
enbill. (absent two days in five years ) Lu
Grades 4 and 3 Mrs. Ida Lnndy, teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy, Frank Carroll,
Vana Timm, Alyine Muenster, .Freda
Nelson, Mary Ehlers.
Grades 2 and 1 Lulu Churchill, teach
er: Neither absent nor tardy, Herman
EhleTS (two years). Mollie Bromley, Otto
Muenster. Not absent bu. tardy once,
Hugo Birkham. Absent but one day,
BUILDING no 7.
Grade 7 Sarah Johnson, teacher: Ab
sent one day. Willie Russell. Harry
Grade 6 and 5 Belle Doonan, teacher.
Neither absent nor tardy, Annie Nelson,
three years, Mary Roderick, two years,
Edna G.dding, one year, Gracie Hamil
ton, one ;ear, Jennie Timberlake, tardy
but not absent.
Grades 4 and 3-D. L. Hardy, teacher:
Neither absent nor tardy: Hannah Raithel,
Jeannette Roderick. Mabel Brindle,
Willie Warren; absent one day, Lannie
Grades 2 and 1 M. E. Simmon,
teacher: George Johnson present every
day. Alice Nutter absent one day during
List of letters uncalled for at the r'ostofflce at
Rock Inland, K;cK Island countv. Illinois,
Jnne 5, 1-:1 :
Williame S, Cremarr
IIOWAKU WELLs. P. M.
t uner J T. M D
Cavett R W. M D
Haps Mrs Lizzie
II awes K K
Jones J C i
Bickgren Mr Jon
We offer 100 reward for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, nave known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bet
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
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Waldirg. Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by ail druggists.
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A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass.
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives it.
I5irWe invite every by to call
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comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
I move all in.pl, IreoK I" and di-oolm-mttoos. Foe
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n r FGD I DUV I valentine bROB.,
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We have jt received tlie first shipment of our new
FOR THE EARLY -
season of 1891.
and examine tltem.
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1706 Second Avenue.
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