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THE AllOTJfe, THUKSDAY, MAilCH I. 193.
Vou can buv Canned Goods
cheaper at Arnold's than others
pay wholesale for them.
WE MUST UNLOAD.
Teas that you pay from 40c to
60c per pound elsewhere at Ar
nolds for 25c.
1620 Second Avenue.
We bought a lot of Men's Fine Patent la her Slices
at a bijr discount, and we intend to giv- yon tl benefit.
They go at $3 until all sold. So don't ha:i b k, or
vou will be too late. You will aleo find a hai:ils- me
Knsset Shoe (Blucher cut) in the same sa !e.
Have you ever worn our 3 sk -?
urn T W 5f
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
The New Ideas.
Tan Bluchers for Ladles.
Russian Leather Bluchers for Rffen.
SOMETHING NEW is what the
public are always looking for. and they keep on
looking until they find it. Anything new and
stylish is invariably pleasing to ths mind We
are always in the lead with the latest and choic
est creations of the day.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
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1803 Second A-verxr-.
Proprietors of the Er;ul meet
hi! r-.n i. or nat Tlo-'-er constant! ou ?o .
'' !; Mouse' F'ojt store
-- Iron ?uTa! p r!c, tUj lar.;'.'t la Iota. JH UriJy s:re.-, '.Ut .-3,13.-1, Is.
WHY DO YOU SHUDDER?
One of the Strange Things that
Happens to Every Man
Few I'eopNr I'mtat-Htand It Fewer Kf allze
What a St-rions Thins It Ma Heroins
All arc Interested in What Follows.
What is a chill?
A cold wind blows and slr'kcs
your throat and you foci - chilly, or
strikes your nock and runs down
your spinal cord. You shiver; a
cold thrill goes through your cnliie
system; you go on about your duties
and perhaps think nothing about it.
The next day you feel out of sorts,
and do not know why. Your head
may not ache, you may fell no pain
whatever, but you are not yourself.
You do not understand It.
Let me tell you what it means.
You have had a chill you have
taken cold, and it has gone to your
kidneys. If you were sneezing or
blowing your nose, you would know
you had taken cold in your head. If
your throat were sore, you would
know at once what that meant. If
you coughed, you would realize that
you had a cold in' the lungs. If your
muscles were sore, you would know
that it was a rheumatic cold. Hut
you have none of these troubles and
yet you are out of sorts. The chill,
the thrill, that you felt has become a
cold and has gone to your kidnevs.
You do not feel any pain, but you'ilo
not feel well. If you neglect it, vou
will feel worse; later on, you will
feel miserable; finally you will be
come a chronic invalid or die, -ill be
cause you neglected a chill.
What should you do? What should
any sensible mpu or woman do? Take
pr-iinpt measures to check the effects
of the chill and get-into sorts, into
perfect health again. How? There
is but one way. Use the only reme
dy, the only discovery which was
ever known for these troubles, which
is Warnei's Safe Cure. You know
very well, if yr.11 stop to think, that
the highest medical and scieniilic
an t h' ri' ies have unijiialitiedl v stated
this. th:t while chills may come, will
come, ihey can at once be overcome
if a prompt report is had to this
great, iliis grand Safe Cure. Kead
what prominent men anil well known
women have said in its praise:
Mi.-, II. 1'. McMurray resides on
St. Paul's Ave.. Staten Island. She
says: -Mv mother. Mrs. S. A. Y-an-derbilt.
ant! myself, owe our health,
and I almo-t fear our lives, to War
ner's Safe Cure. Kecetitly I had a
most severe attack of Grip arising
from a c.-ld. and the Safe Cure made
me feel like a new person. Other
members of our family, and also
many friends and acquaintances,
have received e pial benefit, and all
highly recommend it."
Dr. A. C. Clark, a prominent New
York physician, gives testimony that
is just as strong, in the following
I have never known a case of sick
ness arising from a cold or a chill, or
any of the troubles that arise during
this season, which has not been
promptly and permanently cured by
the use of Warner's Safe Cure. Its
power at this lime of the year is
wonderful. I have seen women run
down by care and over work: men
whose vitality was exhausted, and
even puny children restored to
perfect health through its use."'
lie v. II. C. West wood. 1). I)., Prov
idence. I. I., snys: Ten years ago
I used Warner's Safe Cure, and de
rived so much benefit from it that I
was voluntarily led to write a testi
monial in its favor. Since then
some of my friends have proved the
great virtues of this remedy, and re
cently a relative has been much re
lieved by its use. 1 therefore beg
1 cave to place more emphasis upon
my opinion of this remedial agent
expressed some 10 years ago."
ilrs. J. F. Heale, residing at No.
303 Lexington avenue, said in the
course of a recent interview: "About
8 years ago my illness began, being
peritontis, and general kidney
troubles: in spite of the attendance
of skilled physicians, my ailments
increased: upon advice of some
friends I began, to use Warner's Safe
Cure, ami was cured entirely. I feid
as well today as in early girlhood,
and it is entirely due to this great
remedv. Many of my old friends, to
whom I have recommended the Safe
Cure have been cured by its use, awl
their lives thus prolonged, ami their
Such testimony is beyond question.
If you feel a chill or any of those
signs of coming sickness, act at once,
delays are dangerous, life and health
will "not permit of trilling.
Coe James 11. McConnell, collec
tor; amount charged, $7,792.80; de
linquent, $473.20; collected, f 7, 319.G0;
collector's commission. $140.40; dog
Bowling S A. Coyne, collector;
amount charged, $0,199.67; delin
quent, $301.10; collected, $5,589.57:
collector's commission, $117.81; dog
Audalusia Milton Buffum. col
lector: amount charged, $2,611.94;
delinquent. $568.13; collected. $2.
013.81, collector's commission, $10. 86:
dog tax. $19.
The Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly "done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaches and fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr-
Pay your taxes this week.
Trv a dish of ice crcom or ice at
Kreli & Math's.
W. II. Hammerly, of Adrian, Mich
is in the citv on a short visit to
Lverv cun of coffee, chocolate or
tea made to order and in a moment's
time and served with cream no
milk at Krell and Math's.
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and office fixtures and bar
furnishings and fixtures. Also 100
tons of good ice. A bargain for a
spot cash buyer.
Willie Luchman and Carl Beck, the
un-town lads who started west to
hunt redskins, returned home last
evening, and say they were enticed
away by tramps.
S, . McMaster has let the con
tract to Contracter Kanoskv for two
houses to be erected on Mr. Me-
Master's property on Moline avenue
at a cost of $3,300.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
pattie shells, cream pie and French
or plain rolls w ith a good cup of cof
fee, tea or chocolate makes a tine
lunch and Keeil & Math have the
Capl. (Jeorge Lamont and daugh
ter, Miss F.nmia. left this morning
for Leavenworth. Kan., in answer to
a telegram announcing the death of
Mr. !.a:noiit's sister, Mrs. Catharine
l';i.i-:u,. of that city.
T-ie Chicago Herald contains the
n:;: "Governor Altgeld today
! the resignation of General
Charles Fit. Simmons, commander
of the First brigade. 1. X. G.. in re
sponse to a demand for the same.
Colonel Fred Bennett is the ranking
colonel in the command and will
probably be appointed by his succes
sor. The resignation of General Wil
liam Clendenin. of the Third brigade,
has been called for and will doubtless
be forthcoming soon. The resigna
tion of General James II. Barkley, of
the Second brigade, has not been
Field's famous minstrels are to be
at the Burtis at Davenport Sunday
afternoon and evening,
'Vesper Bells" had its first pre
sentation in this city last night at
Harper's theatre by the Gray &
Stephens company. The play, which
has some very pretty situations, is
admirably adapted for the introduc
jtiod of some unusually intelligent St.
Bernard dogs. The scenic effects
are all very good, and the p'ay on the
whole has some very striking inci
dents. Minnie Oscar Gray is given
an opport unity to display her ver
satility, Maud Gcnovesa. as Lellie,
appearing in some very picturesque
groupings with the dogs and ponies.
The. entertainment is to be repeated
One of the most successful light
entertainment'; of recent scions
operatic comedy "Miss Ilelvett,"
will be sunsr and acted at the Burtis
this evening. It has had remarkable
success everywhere. It ran for 150
nicrhts in New York, over two years
in Paris and 11 months in London,
and has been well received in Ger
many, Belgium and Russia. The
music, comprising 20 numbers solo
ami concerted oy ldmun-l Audran
is described as simply delightful
The dramatization is by the well-
known playwright, David Belasco
co-author of "Men anil Women,'
"The Charity Ball," and the latest
New York success, "The Girl I Left
Farmer' Hums and Lewis.
W. II. Gibson, of Heck Island. Ill
backer of "Farmer" Burns, writ
that Burns is ready and willin-r to
wrestle Evan Lewis for $1,000 a side
He thinks that as lornr as he is will
inir to bet $1,000 to brine; on a match
that Lewis should concede him 25
per cent of the gate. If the match
falls through it will be because Lewis
refuses a division of the gate receipts
on the basis of 75 per cent to the
winner and 25 per cent to the loser.
If Lewis declines the terms and the
match be declared off Gibson will al
low his deposit of of $500 now posted
as a forfeit in the sporting depart
ment of the Herald to remain for 30
days, open to any wrestler in the
world, Lewis or Connors preferred,
the match to be for $1,000 a side and
75 and 25 per cent of the gate, the
style to be catch-as-catch-can, two
points down, best three falls in five
and Police Gazette rules to govern.
Many a house has been rendered
sad and desolate by the loss of some
dear, pefted child. This is a dan
gerous season for children, and par
ents should keep Dr. Bull's Cough
as a medicine, is
Dr. Bierco's Gulden
And. I tfw-r nf
mar, tuere s soine-
v. ' mmtr unusual in
- -tUo way of selling
f:'. it. Where every
trK'l ' '-vii' IwilS. other medicine of
"TpJ,? its kind only 7;rom
effj iwx. this is tjuaran-
m 1 . i'V't. If it ever
fails to IjoneUt or cure, you'iive jour money
It's 5ho enly raarantood remedy for every
rt:-v::s:; ca::-.H' i v 1; disorder! liver or im-
jrerr- i'i:-' '- T'; BiUoU3t.S3, the
iiio.- r.;u.A i f i cj;d Scrofulous
:,.!(-.' ror.., c".v:i f ' ,uoa (or Lunjr-s-M-tu'.aj
in i:a carlits biugws, all are cured
jit T-nri J-j.; rr. I er.i ii U-s ibe blond, reuses
ovory or'.-sii iuu l.euitlu-jl ecti n. r.nd ro
f .. f '.rcujrth ami vijqr. In l.uiiuiiig up
IjC-v'i tVi'" su-1 slsvisrsnof iaU, puny. trV-rof-ul:.
-i cli 21-ire 11, or 10 i-i viorato aiid brace
t:- '.! sirs'. t '.7! after "Grappa,"' jmeuraonia,
f'"' :'. aai oilier rostirtinx acute diseases,
jj can cp.in.l the "Discovery."
Yu.1 ii;.- Le 'j.-oi jcu
Tattered and Torn,
THAT'S OUR CONDITION.
Prices must take away the goods. No room to store
them. Old building torn down to make room for the
new office desks and ch-iirs.
Bed Room and Parlor Suits.
Parlor and Extension Tables.
Upholstered Rockers, Cane Seat Rockers, odd
pieces for the pan'or hall, trees and hat racks,
springs, mattresses and bedding, etc.
A fn 1 as&oilment at Low
llemtmber our piices are
No Extra Charge.
Ke member We do Up
lio!?t!inr to order.
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
The Furniture establishment of
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1525 and 1527
124 126 ainl 128
.EAN HOUSE WITH
feleDaooe 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
MHOFlCTOBEl GF IMKEBS HQ iiW,
Ask Yonr Grocer for Them.
They r Beat.
.The Cliriny "Otftib" otd Chrfcty "Wim.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying yotir Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware. Wocdware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable C a' 10 Cents Stor.
iiilS. C. flUTSCH'S, 1314 Tblf d avc