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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY 27,
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.- lour viorr?er
TO USE NO OTHER
cf7- ' ' 1,15 -,r-; I HAN
,cfAR TO ANYOTKES IN T2 MARKET
Morrell Cure for the
IS A PERFECT CURE,
) uiMrtciiuic iyiiipiuini accompany me
jatmcnt. The patient is greatly improved
health; the appetite for these habits
es awav auietlv and easilv under the
garment and the patient is allowed to con-
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in aV, parts of the United States.
Horn Office. BUKORD BLOCK, llock Island, 111.
In Ladies, Misses and Children's
Boots and Half Shoes.
i u i-.t. must
:m-r w c:ir.
ih- !ino for
riivr m vies.
Misses and t'hildron's
Shoos ami Oxfords
Is far and away
The Finest ever shown
In this City.
Jft-IfAll St vies.
u5 :u?c! Harrison Sts., DaTcnport.
1803 Second Avenue.
fiHPFP TT7 Q DP nVTQTONQ
Vl II ,11 I ,i 1 I 11 V J T 1 a
231 Twentieth street.
f ra-i'.i:rhMWrak Memory. ! of Urntn I'imer. lieiuiiiche. Wakefulness,
i " l l.nt mJiiIi.mmI. Ntulitly Emissions, NervousmMw.alldramsnna iosroi power
1 rwsJTe nse of tohacco. opium or stimulant, which .-nrt to l""1'-Af"-
f i"r.iiii.ifinnrlnmnlry. Can he carried In Test pockft. 1 pwboi,otor,
V2k!"v 1 1 pm.lo7 With a Wi order we wrlitn iri.ar.ntee .
ill3h??Tr r.land ikr monrv. rirrnlnr free. Sold hy all 1ruirlts. Akforlteke
'WliSiNG.iiumiEr. AUdresa KJEKVE EElCO., Masonic Temple. CHICAGO. lu
Islan j by artz & Ullmeycr and Marshall & Firrudrnggists.
lee cream at Krell & Math's.
"O'Dowd's Neighbors" next Wed
Postmaster Howard Wells is re
ported much worse today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hodges left last
evening for Chicago on a short visit.
We have just received an elegant
and tine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
H. H. Brown, of Sioux Falls, S. 1).,
is in the city on a few weeks' visit to
friends and relatives in this vicinity.
Wati ted A good girl for general
housewore. Apply to Mrs. (ieorge
Koenigsaecker, 2730 Fifth avenue.
Cheap lots for sale iu South llock
Island, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. Inquire of M. M.
Krell & Math now have one of the
handsomest soda fountains in the
three cities. It is artistically de
signed and of the most modern ar
rangements in all respects.
Currier's Kuropean hotel, Chicago,
(formerly the St. Charles) has 150
newly lifted rooms. Central locu
tion. No advance during the fair.
It will pay to engage in advance. $1
per day. Currier A: Judd, proprie
tors. 15 anil 17 South Clark street,
Owing to the non-arrival of the
necessary cable to make the tight
wire walk from the Tower to the il
and tomorrow. Prof. Comstock will
lie obliged to postpone the feat, and
instead Prof. l'isks wonderful aerial
attractions will appear, which con
sists of a balloon ascension and para
chute leaps of goats, pigeons and
Hon. W. F. Crawford has compli
mented Tiik Ai:t;t s with a neatly
bound ainl finely illustrated publica
tion devoted to the Illinois executive
and legislative government, and en
titled Souvenir ot the Illinois Leg
islature of The book is com
piled by J. L. Pickering and is highly
creditable to that gentleman.
The Muscatine News-Tribune re
feiring to the late Edward S. (ioeser,
of this city, who was born and reared
in Muscatine, says of him: "The de
ceased was an intelligent, industrP
ous and exemplary young man.
whose sterling jiialit ies commanded
the respect of his associates, with
whom he is popular. His numerous
friends and acquaintances deeply re
gret his departure and extend their
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
fa mi 1 v."
Value of h Library.
Have you ever looked upon educa
tion as an investment? It is imma
terial if your parent s paid for it. or
if vim paid for it yourself. Either
wav it is an investment, and you are
reaping the returns, which is the in
terest. The interest is in the form of
knowledge and the power which
knowledge gives you in this world.
Knowledge is largely a matter of
reference". No man can remember all
he would like to: all he needs to
know. If your learning is all stored
in your drain and you have no library
to fall back ou to refer to. you are
get ting very small interest indeed.
Capital, then, is represented by your
If you already own a library, good.
If not, invest some moreeapital, that
von may get higher interest, and not
have to draw oil the principal.
But to own a lihrarv, as a rule re
quires large capital. Almost more
mail llie lineresL jr " in ui, mum
some. W lien mat s so vnero s some
thing wrong somewhere. You prob
ably did not invest youreapital judi
Your bov now has a chance to se-
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cure a great iinrai v nee oi com.. u
is acknowledged to be the greatest
reference library known to man. It
is the Omaha World-Herald's famous
edition of the Encyclopedia Britan-
nica. See full description ot the
Al.'ia s' sentence contest in another
place in the Ai;a s.
There is more catarrh in this sec
ion of the country than all other
liseascs put together, and until the
ast few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a great many years
octors lironoiinced it a local disease.
and lircscribed local remedies, and
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iv constantly iaiiing 10 cure wnii m-
al treatment, pronounced it mcura
le. Science has proven catarrh to
o a constitutional disease, and there-
ore reouires consul u nonui ih.il-
ment. Hall s Calarrii i lire, manu-
actured by F. J. Cheney iV Co., Jole-
o Ohio, is tlie oniy cousu m uuuii
ure on the market. It is taken in-
rnallv in doses from 10 drops to a
aspoonful. It acts directly on the
ood mid mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer flOO for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
F.J. Cheney iv Co., ioledo, u.
jBSySold by all Druggists, 75c.
Cost of I'laylne Before Royalty.
'Becket" at Windsor must have cost
Mr. Irving about 1,500, as no payment is
made for these Windsor performances, the
honor of appearing before her majesty be
ing deemed a sufficient reward. Mr. Irving
was presented with a stud, and Miss Terry
with a brooch on which were inscribed the
letters, V. R. I. London Trnth.
A light Between G ait-.
Both desperate, both determined ! The King
of Medicines in content with the King of Mala
dies! Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical discovery
against "Consnmption !' It is not the struggle
of a day, but the first blows ate the fatal blows !
In its early stages. Consumption (which is lung
scrofula) will yield to this great remedy ! This
has been proven beyond a doubt by innumera
ble euccesst s ! Acting dirce ly np?n the blood,
its scope includes a'l scrofulous affections. Liver
and Lnng dieasc. As a V.ooi purifier ana vital
izes it stand's nnequaled.
A Soriiil Forum.
Last evening (1. J. Dempsey Forum
No. 6, gave an excetdingly pleasant
entertainment and social at Odd Fel
lows hall. It was an invitation af
fair and about 300 persons responded
and enjoyed the events of the evening
and supper. After the singing of
"America" by the Forum, President
W. J. Kerr delivered an address of
welcome, which was followed by- a
cornet solo by B. P. Bleuer, accompa
nied by his wife. Miss Belle Newton
gave a recitation on "Darius (Jreene's
Flying Machine; Harry Hengstler
auil Philip Mitsch gave a violin and
and guitar duett, and Mrs. Barker
rendered a solo "On the Heights,"
after which Mrs. C. S. Johnston re
cited by request "The Bridal Wine
Cup." This number proved the
event of the programme, the lady
evincing talents of a high order such
as would do credit to the professional
elocutionist. Mrs. Horst von Koeck
ritz and MissOertie Wilcox rendered
a charming vocal duett, K. P. Bleuer
and wife favored the audience with
a cornet a;id piano duett, and ad
dresses by Ir. J. l- Myers and Dr.
Morgan concluded the exercires.
Wor A't -olumbii.1 Kip ition
will lie of value to the world by il
lustrating the improvements in the
mechanical arts and eminent physi
cians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents lias been of equal
importanec, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
. ttf'Itt i:M !
B ii fori I Post, the Women's Belief
Corps, Sons of Veterans and Ladies''
Aid society will meet at the (J. A. B.
hall Sunday, May L', at 10 o'clock a.
m. and march to the First Methodist
church, where Rev. F. W. Merrell
will deliver a memorial sermon. All
old soldiers are invited to join us at
the Post room. Bv order of
Wm. McCino:iii !:. Com.
W. A. Nokuis. Adj't.
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I ij r v tail i i
I y9 mil c 9
!ck H'eaiarho end rr.lioreffTl totrvrM-r
.0oi:t io a bilious ctaroci tVo ry; tpr .
Jizr.iness, 2ausr l'rcTtrrr.iars. I::t- .a n. .
r.tiiip. Tain in tho Hula, A:o. Vv'hiJt; th' lr
Tiaarillo succoks haa boon elic-wa ia. -u;.;
nrr.5ache, jvt Cnrti-r's Llt:;o ITT .
equally valutiloiuCcn3tivT.liO"..r;ir!r;r:aTi. I -.
r-.-iiiing thiBannt yir.co:at-laii..l,vii.!o thi -: -.-
liver and roguLvco ttc hovels, ."von ii tuo; sa.,-
Aeis rney tto"j1 be aljncstpripnjesstotlifws - '
eu'fcr frorathijliitrtot; c.-aipluitit; !r.:t
mtc!y thrirpootlri'ywcl.fs nooiul h rn,n'i-i t '- -Ti-li.icncotry
themT.UI lind :neB4i:.tUeiti!hiVi.-,
dlile iu soiany ways iliat Oic y -will iiit Io v.I
iiag to uo without intra, ut alter susici ncx
flEthe bane of no many liros tbat hnro J3 -x'nnn
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Piils aro very small anj
very easy to take. One or trc ; -11a 21c kj ilnsa.
They are strictly vc-etablo an-1 do c... fripe oi
yiurpe, but by thuir pontic actia plii-ioall
use them. IuTialsni. -5ceni.ri ; f; -l -"i l- Scl
by druggists ovexywiita1, or : ' . uL
CARTER ?.?C1.ICIB.S CT ' i"-
mu v inn w -m:;
J E. Montrose, 'na ter
USE XlliHT OM.V.
Wednctday Ev,, M.v 31sr.
A FEAT IE FIN.
O'Dawd's 1NT ighbors
Assisted by Sam. J. Byan and
NEW MUhlC! NEW DANCEs!
Seat on sulo at l'arpcr Hoiihs iItiilt -o e V il
ncsdny. May :1. I'riee.- 1 1, '.ie rue, Sio.
urtls Opera House,
(J BAND ATTRACTION!
Wednesday, May 31st,
Messks. C. B. Jeffeksox, Klaw and
Nanasrers of "Country Circus," "The Soudan."
and other great productions, will present tutir
triumphant comedy hit from the Broadway thea
tre. New York, entitle-',
Tie Protel Father
By Glen Macdonough,
You'll laugh at the Prodigal,
The wicked odd oddical.
Whi:e you yell and yon roar
You'll fay, ' Mj sides they are sorcl
Don't make me iaui:li more.
The press, the public, both nnthiiflastic ovr
the Jolty "Prodigal Father," froaj New York to
In the sr'at cart Geo. Drnham. Geo. C. Boni
face, Jr.," Cecil Kinot ue. Walter Ttomaf, Frank
Caldwell, Geo. Gu-lon. Blanche Chapman-Ford,
Cora Macy, Hope Kocb, Marguerite Franklin. Lit
tle Irene Franklin.
Prices fl.CQ, 75, 50 and 25 cent'.
Sseat sale at Fluke', Monday. May S9 h. Tele
phone Ko. 20.
Strictly Honest Methods
The Only Road to Success.
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves,
EASY PAYMENTS- KO eRGe
When buying a Refrigerator buy a good one.
REFRIGERATORS are a necessity, not a luxury.
Ours are constructed on correct principles. We
have all sizes and styles at low prices.
Gas and Gasoline Stoves,
New styles, handsomely decorated, made of
- good material, easy to operate.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
An endless variety to select from, nicely up
holstered. We can certainly please you.
Easy Payments No extra charges
CHAS. A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
UrfU pholsiering of all kinds to order,
heathers rt-novated on short no ice.
50 PER GENT OFF.
We have several lots of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A,
B and C, widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
Cut the price in two. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone.
Visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
TBI; MOIJNE WAGON,
The Mine Wagon Co.
TtoL I. J " V 'j Mm 'in " " . It
slanulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
6. full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagon, especially adapted to Ul
W eaters trade, of enperior workmanrhlp ar d CnlBh Illuatrated Price List f re on
application. Bee the HOLIKS WAGON before purchasing.
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