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THE ARGUS, TIIUIiSPAT, JUXE 22, 18J3.
i - ;- aiyen to all person interested, cf'eiXXiJB t IE
'; ' ' oi.ii '! eliyof Hoc Inland f 3 I VpR 1 V fS
i -,. i lint: There no constructed a 9 VMm IV . t4
,:J in the Sevinth Warf on Forty- I 1 DLit ' ' L '
""' Korty-sfconrt, Korty-tbird and af J""'
au seventh arenilc and id all I !t I 1
rfcav, !1, ,'..... ill arid two (S Brooks' ad-I 1 ' I
...'iv given to all persons interested,
' 'iwViiol ,,,e elty of Hoc Island
-!i lint: There no constractcd a
lit in the Seventh Ward on Fony-
l-rty-s'eroiiii, runj-iuim ana
.n.l nn Itailroa 1 avemiA nn
V'.V.l on seventh arenilc and in all
,' ..... ill and two (S Brooks' ad-
"ti B11U nur 1 HI Ik
-lji.-t(T S a'ldllion ; ri rij-mar. n
T. ,. nut in Broom tccouu audition,
t' iif Hock Island, Ills., having ap
i. '-j.. ,;iv court of Hock Island county,
ii ' '1' 'i i inula, for an issefsmeni ot the
1 ; -.jrovemi'Ut accora n? 1 Donent';
11 ''ni. nt thereof bovine been n.adc
'r- ' iv had at lho July term of eaul
:il" "'.'c-n4 on the 10th daj of July. A. li.
j , ,:,.irinsr mny then and there np-
, thfir defense.
k li:and,iUlinois, this 17th day of
! ii. Johnston, 1
t' .'STODUAKl, V
... ,,: 4 fi-cial execution and fee bill No
, ..: of the cWrk's office of the county
.:"."i " I!nd connty, and state of Illinois,
tc::;" ' . ! ti ll, "Thereby I am commanded to
,". ::n:iiit of a certain Judgment recently
Van .t Henry Killer, in favor of
l'rister, out of the land, tenements,
K'-1.'''': . . h.r. la of the said defendant, lien-
levied npon the following
V'i T-. 1 iw.iv.
:itTentj-two (22), section four )
t' h -i - t-n:een (17). north range one (1)
Kr' . . r. r.rtn principal meridian, Mtiiaud
v r Keck Island and the state of 111
n bv the assessor's plat of 1861, and
x nil ai res, more or less.
according tosaid command I shall ex
' at public auction all the right, title
. of the above named. Henry
!i! d to the tbovc described property,. 111
:: i -'.:h day of Jnne.lS93.at 2o'clo k p.
"r.orth door of the court house in the
A Ip.itml. in me coumy 01 huck isiana
; !.'-iois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
n:: and f. c bilr.
'.iMt Island this 7th Cay ..f Jane, A.
a. at tl'
D. l." i-
C. D. GORDON,
P. of Hock Island County. Illinois.
roTIl-K Tt CONTRACTOHS.
j r r.;oil- will he received at the City
! :t. Kw k Island, 111., until Mondar,
it5 o'clock p m.. for c nstructing
n.i r mn t ordered by an o dinince of
',. c !' Kovk Island, passed Jure 7, 1S9J.
An ord nance for the improvenent of
:-ni Ninet 011th streets from the
,' lliird to ihe north line of homh
i.ni! vf Twonty-th rd street from the
t .f uirdtothe nor.h line of Fourth
fr.nu t!.e south line of Fifth avenue east
Vwei.ty-ttinl street sonth to a line MH
. f una parallel with the sou h line of
. ue." Under the above ordinMice. trie
i :i-e t rde-td curbed with curb s:one,
.: ::i .1 traded, improved and pvcJ with
r k of -h! qua'.i'y
, u citications tor said improvement
!:e City Clerk's office.
. i;.us: no accompanied with a certified
::.c .iu of $o00 payable to ttie or ter of
;ririfsaid city, which shall bec me
t slid city in crse the bidder shall fail
i 0 ii! tract w'th apprived stin ties t
: . work for the p'.ai.s ment'oued in his
.11 . t.i.i to the plans and rpt citicitions
. : ;.iut the con t act sha 1 le awarded to
. : : ' reject any or ail bid or propoeals
iJH-resslv reserved bv said city.
A. D. HLEsiSt.; citv Clerk.
".at.a.1.1., June 11. 1SJ3.
PMINIiT BATCH'S WALK
OF KF.AL ESTATE.
B i r:ue of an order and decree of the county
l.:r:. iJ liock Island county, state of Illinois,
-a ,t a ttie petition rf the undersicned, James
J. .Iilui-ton. administrator of the estate of
TnKias 11. O'Donnell, deceased, at the May
!-::!. A. !., is.13, of said court, to-wit, on the 3d
:.v i f May. A. i., 1.
At d an o.der entered on the 10th day of June,
i li . ir.i3, orderinc B readvc rtising.
I shall on the lih day of July, A. D-. isa
en the hoirs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
r. i ." o t lock in the afternoon of said dy, sell al
I oni:c .iie. at the north door or the court -house,
;l tti? city of Jtoclc Island, in said connty, tbe
rt.il estate described as follows, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of land situated in
;:.t northwest quarter of section number
rwcLty eiirfct l'1). township number nineteen
north ratice three (3), east of the Fourth (4)
pr-.iicipai meridian described as follows, begin
o.n? feet cast of the corner of sections 20.
i:, is and in the township aforesaid; thence
-outh 1H8 feet, then-e north i6i degrees, east
IM feet, thence north decrees, west 210 feet,
to the section lne; thencewest on the section
line 59S feet to the place of beginning.
Situated In the township of Canoe Creek,
connty of Rock Islsnd. state of Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wit; cash on delivery of
Dated this 10th day of June. A. D . 1W3.-
J. R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of the Estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
KockIsund Cocxtt. i
In the connty conrtj of said connty to the Moj
Term, A. u. is.
j imca R. Jihnston. administrator of the S'
tate of Eosilie Hartnas;el, deceased, vs Emelie
K"her. Alice Ensel. Theodore Uartnaeel. Wll
uin Uartraze', Arthur Hartnagel. Edwin Hart-La-e!
and Paul Uartnsirel.
Allid ivit of non-residence of said Emel'e Kofi-
r, Alice Enzel, Theodore Hartnafiel, William
Uartnaa-1. Arthur Hartnafrsl and lid win liart-
na-e! havins been filed in the otnre or tne cierK
i'! f iid county court, notice Is hereby eiven to the
si'd hmelie Holier. Alice Enpel, Tteodore Hart-m-M.
William Hartnsirel, Arthnr Hartnajrel and
L iwin Hartnaeel, heirs of the said Rosalie Uart
tajcl, deceased, that the sa'.d James R. John
ddmiuistiator of the estate of Rosalie
Uurtt.airel, deceased, filed In the said coun
ty 1 nun on the 10th day of June. A. I., 1S93. his
l'-':; oti making the said Emelie Koher, Alice
Kiu-. i. Theodore Hartnagel. William Hartnicel,
Ar.iiur Uarinacel. Edwin Hartnaael and Panl
liar t.nm 1. defendants, nraving for an order di -r
t.i.jr him to sell, for tne pnrpofe of paying tte
s of siid estate, thefollowin descrioed real
"'ate. to-wit? . ,. -
Tht norti twenty (I0 acres of the west half of
tit tu-ttalf of section nine (9) In township
vi.r.:een (17) north range two (3) west of the
Iwirtb it) principal meridiau situated in the
" yof Rock Island, state of Illinois, txcept
n.".i. ti from the following described real estate
t-'f-t. : v the United States government for the
lx-.t..; of the Illinois and Michigan canal. Be
irii..rir a' a point on the half section line forty
ii 4-uhaius and fifty-seven 57) Unas south
of tin- M-uthwest corner of the southeast quarter
of sa.! seetlcn nine (9) and running thence sonth
ty-tfiree (63) degrees and forty (40) minutes
eastiSta octrees 49 E) thirteen chains and
t r.ty-four links (1:194-100 chains) thence soath
-f:y two degree and fifty-five minutes east (3 52
ieesNi minutes E) ten chains and fifty-nine
; ni(10 59-KO chains) more or less to the east
i iie of said west half of the east half of said
"tction nine !l) containing between said line and
x"; Biver eight and twenty two hundredths (8
--!") acres more or less.
That a summons thereupon be issued out of
"lid court against the above named defendants
r-'tuniable oh the 1st day of the. term of said
county court, to be held at the court house in
fiiu connty on the first Monday of July, A. D.,
I'!'-'!, as is by the law required, which suit is now
Iwndini;. Now, nn'esa yon appear In said court
n th; first day of the Angnst term, thereof to
held at the court house in the city
' Rock Island. m said county and
'-ate. on the first Monday of Augnst, A. I. 7S93,
tid plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
Iti Eled, the same will be taken as confessed
fiairct you, and judgment thereon against you
Dauu this 14th day of Jnne, A. D. 1893.
IIJALMAR KOHLBR, Clerk.
McKnibv McEnibt Solicitors.
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ,
liaisirjp; Lrick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box 121
Hick Headache and relieve all thotronblei Inch
flest to a bilious etato of tho system, such as
Dizziness, Kauaec Drowsiness. Diatresa aftc;
dating, fain In the Bido, &o. While tbelr meat
tem.irkaVio success baa been shown la cueing
Cosilache. yet Carter's Littlo Liver Pr9,i a?i
equally valuable in Constiition. curing and pre
venting thlsanncyingcoinplalnt, while they alsj
correct all disordcrsot theatomaehUmnlatotho
liver and regulate the bowels. Evemllthejotux
fAclarriey woald boalmcstprionlesstof nosewr.4
offer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately thetrgoodmeadoes no.end h -ro,aad tliooa
who once try them will find these littlo piluivaiu
ble In so ruany ways that they will not bo wil
JlBg to do without them. But after aUaickheac
fie the bane of so anany Urea that here is whont
wemakeonr great boast. Our plllscurelt wtuio
Cthora do not.
Carter's Little liver Plila aro very small and
very easy to take. One or two tdlla uiotoa dose.
They are strictly vegetable am! do no. gripe or
pnrgc, but by tiioir gentle action please all who
Uae thsm. Invialaat 25 cents ; flvof'tl. Sold
tj dr ngsiata everywhere or acnt by 1 .ail.
CARTER rajri-ICIhiH CO.. K-w York.
SMALL PU!.. SUAII A! I. PRICE
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Cogs, Eogs,
SOOPage Book on Treatment of Animals)
and I'kart fent Free,
mutsc Frvr rs,f'nesl ions. In flnmmat low
A. A.) Spinal Monlngitis, Milk Fever.
H. B.!trnins. LameDrM, Knesmatlsni
('.('. PlMrmiifr, Nasal IHnrharge.
I.t. Hols r (irabs. Warms.
E. K. Csnikih Heaven, I'neumonlsu
F. K. Colic or tiripeo. Itrllyache.
11.11. I rinnry and Kidney Dlaeaaeaw
I. 1. Eruptive DUrnsrs, Mnncr.
J. K. Diseases oi" Jigeation, I'aralysis
6lngle Bottle (over 50 doses), - - ,6
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual.
Yeteriuary ure Oil and Medieator. 87.A
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, - - l.OO
SI4 bylkrnrrl: or nt prpp14 sayhresaa Ifliif
quality 9m in-eiui of prre.
Hiai'HKKYS'StD. CO., 1 11 Jt 111 WIIU SC. Nr Tork.
Trifi onTr rnccesfnl rcmedv for
Nervous Debility. Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other cauws.
f 1 per YiaU or 6 vials and Iwro vial powder, lor i
tSold ttw lrrUtrllitw, o- trni (Mtia n rectVt ut rlc.
la use 20 yoars.
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
pnppositorie. Ointment in Capsnls, also in llox
and Piils; A Positive Cnre for Externa). Blind or
Bleeding Itchine, Chronic. Kcccnt or Hereditary
Piles, Femalk wsaknksses and m&ny other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cnre ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kemedy has never been known
to fall, tl per box. for $5; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
freo eamsle. Guarantee lasaed byonr agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the t-tomacn. Liver ana B
es; atspeis uyspepsia, miionsness, rever, voius.
Nervous Disorders,Sleeplessness,Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect digestion fol
lows their nse. Positive cnre for Sick Hiadach
1 -. .1 ttm.ll mil1 ...awtsttM I .n.
lull 1 1 n 1 1 . i . ' ii. ..ii.ii, u i . u, . j w i . ' ft
Vials of 50 Pills 85 cents.
HAKTZ A tJLLMKYSS Sole Agents Kock Isl
T H. THOMAS.
3 TO 3 DAYS.
ABSOLUTE CURE POR
WILL NOT CAUCfc
i C 'Z VO PAIM. NO STA-'Bt.
.NS.'CTtof S W1 tACH I
T H. THOMAS Sol Aecnt
Is CLKAK. I no 8Tam. PKKVKtlTS STalCTLI
Cm UOMOKRHGtA sni OI.ItT In t Foirs I
AUfic.K nK r-r I rt:)OKauo3ioT v
8ol4bT-- ' '-OISTS. 8-Fit " r
m s as ri
235 Wis. Street
m- Ko rt. it. I. flr-iil:irsnr S'"-nl!S. Ill ur
write as above for Pymptom Wans-am. ' ' t!
T I. Arlt ir.D ffiuim'11' . "
;fanwwlrisa"r'sipiir'ir" ' .
...nil ' the most delightful and dori;l ,
ERSl&N iall odors for the handkerchief..
rnrnssr MMPII TTll HU i
my?"f 'h'coT.Z vyi..-
1'okt Hvkun, June 21. Port Byron
has been infested some time by yo'uth
ful burglars. Early last sprinjr the
residence of William Tilbrook was
entered and a $5 bill taken, and last
Thursday the residence of Rer. Davis
was entered while the family was ab
sent and a World's fair coin and 15
cents in change was taken. Last
Sunday evening the residences of W.
II. Devore and Hon. J. W. Simonson
were entered while the family were
at church. The burglars knew where
the key to Simonson's house was and
unlocked the door. Here they got
about $ 6, most of which was taken
out of a toy bank that belonged to
Mr. Simonson's little boy. After
taking all the money thoy could lind
they went over to Mr. Devore 's where
they gained entrance. Here they
were rewarded by finding the contri
bution money which Mr. Devore had
taken up at the morning service at
the Congregational church. Thos.
McCall. who lives across the street
from Mr. Simonson's, saw two boys
in the yard about dark and had an
idea who they were, and on Monday
morning Mr. Simonson requested the
merchants to keep watch in case the
boys, spent much money, and yester
day morning he was satisfied that the
suspected boys were the right ones,
and requested one of them to go with
him to Devore's bank, where he kept
him till he confessed that he and an.
other boy had committed the thefts
They had intended to commit the
burglary last week during the aeade.
my commencement exercises, but
postponed it till last Sunday evening,
as one of them knew that Mr. Devore
took up the contribution at the
church on Sunday', and they would
stand a chance of getting it that eve
ning. The boys are not over 12 years
of age and have been stealing for
Frank Henly was called to Chica
go last week to see his brother, Wil
liam, who was laid up with rheuma
tism. He decided to bring him
home, as he was in a very critical
condition, but is now improving rap
idly. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings,
former residents of Coe, but now re
siding in Nebraska, are wsiliiiLC
friends in town, and will take in the,
fair before returning to their home.
Mrs. W. T. Bennett and daughter
Zella, of Kock Island, came up Fri
day to visit Mr. Bennett's father and
mother. Mrs. and Mrs. D. 1'. Bennett.
They returned Monday.
The Church Aid society gave a
strawberry and ice cream sociable in
the basement of the Congregational
church. Tuesday evening. The re
ceipts were about 20.
Farmers are beginning to cut their
clover, and are kept very busy in
the corn lields. The numerous
showers are makintr the weeds trrow
as fast as the corn.
A. D. Daily has purchased a half
interest in thejLeClaire Journal. The
firm is now known as I'inck & Daily.
We wish him success in his under
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Trent departed
for their home in Cambridge last
Saturday after an extended visit
here with friends and relatives.
A. II. Wendt moved his father's
household goods from Kock Island to
Port Byron this week, where he in
tends to reside in the future.
Mrs Perry Merryman and daughter,
of Moline, were here last Thursday
to attend the weddingof E. H. Adrian
and Miss Susan Hoeftr.
William Keely, Frank Axelson and
Charles Olson who hare been work
ing on the World's fair buildings re
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kogers and
daughter. Bertha, and Mr. anil Mrs.
W. D. Hall returned from the World's
Henry Torpin and family departed
for their home in Lincoln, Neb., af
ter an extended visit here and at the
Mrs. Ida liobinson, who has car
ried on an extensive dressmaking
business here, moved to Davenport
Mr. ami Mrs. William Denbigh
started for the World's fair today;
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grove start to
morrow. The ladies of the; Congregational
church gave a strawberry and ice
cream festival ia the church last
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hollister and
Mr. and Mrs. William Denbigh are
attending the World's fair this week.
E. II. Adrian and Miss Susan
Hoefer were united in marriage at
Rapids City last Thursday.
Edward Flynn returned from the
west last week, after an extended
visit of several weeks.
The Port Byron Cornet band will
furnish the music on the Verne Swain
the Fourth of July.
Mrs. II. M. Reynolds, of Moline,
spent Friday visiting friends and rel
George Allen and family returned
from the World's fair last Wednes
day. George D. Moore shipped several
cars of oats this week.
S. Wharton, of Aledo, called on
friends here Friday.
D. A. Malarkey took in the World's
fair last week.
Mrs. Hopkins and family moved to
Kxcomion Kates Fourth of July, 1893.
July 3 and 4, C, M. & St. P. rail
way will sell excursion tickets for
one and one-third faje for round trip
rood to return July 5, for any dis
tance not to exceed 200 miles. No
extcntion of time granted on these
tickets-. E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Hampton, June 21. We would ad
vise those who anticipate attending
the World's fair not to engage board
or lodging until after they arrive in
Chicago. A much better rate can be
obtained in the homes of private fam
ilies than at irny of the hotels. No
one need stay away from the fair
thinking that they will have to pay
an exorbitant price for lodging,
which is not so if they will only take
the pains .to look around before en
gaging. Meals can also be had at
reasonable prices outside of the fair
Misses Nellie Hunter and Stella
Vincent left Monday morning for
L-nicago expecting to put in a couple
of weeks taking in the grand sights
at the World's fair.
The great American eagle will be
turned loose in all his glory July 4th
at Valley City. Let him scream
this is Columbian year.
Isaac Nichols and family, of West
Liberty, Iowa, are in tho village vis
(J. B. Honry and wife and G. F.
McNabney have returned from the
The shower today was pleasant and
SuXirxttlt4.n lu llMtitM.!.
l-ot:sew!vesi:i the coal reHotiM ir.r.:i
tbeir bread loaros with a cross, and lw;a
maUls iasttro brisk kindling of a newly
lit firo by maklu-rthc same sacred sign over
tbc cral. As to fortune telling, the Black,
co.mtry h;u for at lca.st bulf n century beta
Bvhappy hnntlng ground for the black
tressed r.tl tlark eyed sibyls wbo tlrvgnise
their real calling from all but likely cus-
tomers by tho pretense of hawking hand
cut clothes pegs, r.kewers, etc. And, more
audacious still. In several towns are resi
dent moKicl&ns, who rule planets ami re
veal secrets for a consideration. And when
a woman misses an ornament or other val
uable she histo a wizard or else to a
"wise woman, o learn who ia the thief.
One of these star students was po success
ful in unraveling hidden secrets that his
skill was attributed to his dealings with
the evil ones and as he had a raoro than lo
cal reputation he was known far and wide
as "the Dudley devil." Leisure Hour.
Kheumitiitn Cared in a Day.
Mystic Ciir"' rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in me to
three davs. Its action upon the svs
tern is remarkable and in vsterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst tlose greatlv oenelits i . cents.
Otto Gkotjan, Druggist,
I will ulTer fur srile :it lmblie mic
tion on July 21. Is'J.'J. on the prem
ises at number 123 Second aueniie.
Rock Island, 111., (unless previously
sold at private sale) tin-stock of hard-
. i . i i i .
ware ami store fixtures iieionrinir 10
tliitw1'itiff llotiri- ItAiwni'iii T u-ill
also receive nrivate bids for the -.lock
and fixtures at any time previous to
the above date. Said bids will be
subject to the approval of the judge
of the probate court of Rock Island
Terms of sale, cash on delivery of
roods. J. R. Johnston,
Rock Island. June 2t.it h, 1893.
Know It'll; In Aiilmul.
Most people j.;oi:: into a i!ark room that
thpy know a:u !y i:r.icul.ir !:.- guided
exactly to t! - very f.pot ;x-y '.visli So
people who L:ve the instinct nf locality
may wander over a moer exactly to the
place they wb:!i to reach without thinking
of where they k. Tin-re may tn no mental
exercise connected with this. I have known
a lady of ftrer.t intelligence who would lose
her wny within half a mileof the house she
hail lived in 40 years. This feelinj; abont
place lielonpcs to that part of us that we
have in common with the lower c-reatnres.
We need not postulate thnt the ::nimaU
ever show rfjrns of possessing our intelli
gence. They possess in common with us
whnt is not intelligence, but instinct. A.
J. Mackintosh in London Spectator.
A Little Fatherly Advice
" f ever jon marry," sM an olil gentleman to
his on. "let it lie a woman who has-jodmcnt
enouir'i to mperintond the getting of a m a I, astc
enoni-h to lire's herself, priilo enou h to wa.-li
her face, und ecnec enough to us-e Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, wbenev-.r she ncedn it."
The experience f 'he Htfeil ha hown the "Fa
vorite Prescription" to be the best ftc the cure
of all female weaknesses and dcr -rigi-mcm s
tJood "hm is hhown by frettine the remedy from
vour lrnucit. and nsinc it when you feel weak
and deM itatcd. It will invitrorutc a-id cannot
posi-l'ily do harm.
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible, among people who are
addicted to tlii use of "
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
JA8. S. KTJIK&CO. . Chicago.
Daslj Diamond JarSoap A B"Kr-
1 4rwnM suesu .
-BAnNtnvs DlsaASas. jfZZ'lZ'
!Sr4!.LIIlLI if taken u direrwl. p '"'"'"Z.
. .. iw l-i I-; - s rvivi-t--t.i.P.
8W.Al,y...--- - .t.., Yninnn ao - - ',?tjriiii I
for Infants and Children,
THIttTY yoar' observation ot Ctatoria with the patronage of
millions of persons, permit si to apeak of it without guessing.
It Is unquestionably the host remedy for Infanta sad Children
the world hae ever known. It is harmless. Children Ilhe it. It
givee them health. It will save their livea. In it Mothers have
something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect si a
Caatoria destroys "Worms.
Castoria allays FeveriahnoBS.
Castoria prevents to" "g Soar Cnrdr
Castoria enres TMarrhoaa and Wind Colic
Castoria relieves Teething Tronbles.
Castoria enres Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria nentralises the effects of carbonio acid gas or poisonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
Caatoria as"tes the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-sfae bottles only. It is not sold in ibnUc
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything elae on the pi Of promise
that it is jnst as good " and 44 will answer every purpose."
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
THE MOIiHSTB WAGON,
The Mine Wagon Co,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A foil and complets line o( Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aasptea to tns
Vestem trade. of supsrlor workmamhlp and flnleii lllastrated Price List free on
Mit lication. Bee the MOLINK WAGON before purchasing.
eating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete tin o: fipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest nd best equipped
f etablishment west of Chicago.
DA Via OJUUvi. Moline, m. 114 "West Seventeenth Bt.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Rocalslan.
Rpcidonce Telerjhone 1 1 69
EvTyihiDg iu the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
, Allays rain uia an
t tin Korea.
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frmell. ar.a I nM 'TAR&)
Jpplu into (As Kotrilt. It U OnirUjf Abtorbtd.
50c IruggtaU or by mail. ELY II it OS., M W arran bt., M. '