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THE AKUJS. TUESDAY, -JUNE 27, ISHJJ.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
Th poison is not driven nut of th syst?m by
a nnue violent po'sn at the ;-xpens3 of the gpiieral
The trerui-nienT build' up from tlx tr- xnd.
thrt h-.bi; r;mi-3hos quietly .i a casil', ie.tvins: tlu
p:it;.'.it in p--r!Vc: he dth.
Th Testimony of a'! gradua'e-j is xhX marve
lous ii-n-at hjs f-tk'Mi i! e
C.crt-'? -xm:irnce rrv; !ii '.i-i .
; . i:;it-v-i in ;i '. it ,r,s of r! St i-t?.
Literature oa th - -juhjct o u u. i i.
R ...Li, LIQUOR OURtl CO
7 n x
0 ailing' for Sock J
i ne tfest tfeer iviaae,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as -well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
from those that purchased a pair of our
''- e are enj tt
crive us crt-at cotafort.
and not suffer tLe sligbt-st inconvenieoce Thev ar
indespensib e to u
MORAL B. t are arid get a pair bef ;-e staiting oi.
a pleasarw VA p an-1 remember that we ive ep--iial at
t.,-4, "-iffyV -A w-i-if--.'" -ivf
Wit J-.-'-'P .jri Vi -J &k
Cii. v4w &m ,j:. 'VS-Jv T'y
FEFOBE AND AFTER L'Si.G.iiooUiur. Auan
For sale in plock IdanJ by Hartz &
mMwm . .....
lafl H C) -.i-hnWraK Mpmorr. Loss of Brain p,,er. ll.u.i:ici.'. iiuipi. u !..
Si tL Si s.l lni'-n''ratlve4.reansi.fltherxciill.yi.ver.x..
H H h 8 9
u tt m a u u b m v No
.'g Fair 3h.o8s:
are abtB to -wai au
VEXING - . .
1803 Second Avenue.
lEuav ! iw li rurt r 1 1 m-ri h . dii
Ullmejer, druggist, 301 12th st
I. II. IIotiI tlian : Still HicTier In the
"Walch Hint man lloulalian," said
Tiik Akiu's a ff v years njjo when the
then trainmaster of this Hoik Island
am! St. Louis division of the c, D.
& i. roail received his lirst impor
tant promotion, anil it was then pre
dicted of I. H. Iloulahan that he
would be heard of ajjain. climliiv.r up
in the raiiroa'l world. From lime to
time si nee. then Til K A Kin's has pre
sented evidence in verilieation of t!io
assertion then made, and now comes
the l'.rooktieid, Mo., Argils of a re
cent date with a "-column article de
voted to Mr. Hoiihihan. from which
the following :s taken:
I'd haps 1 he most widely known'
citizen of I'rookiichl todav is IV If
Iloulahan. superintendent of the
1 1 ;i m ti i 1 i.-i t A: si. .Joseph railroad,
though lie is vet considered a vounir
man. Mr. Houiahan w as horn March
li. 1 S .")", at Ottawa. 111., and his in
itiatory steps in railroading were as
water hoy, ! ee;i n n i v. it in l-i(7, during
the cons-re.ct ion of the Ottawa. Os-
W ''" o oc ' ON !
From 17 to
7 " he v.-a - i'i'- !ei l i vel v
track hand, check clerk, oaLTiau'e
man and ticket a;;ent. From ls7o to
lso 1m' was hrakenian and co.iiiactor
on the Fo river hranch of tlie I! 1 r
litiiXton sy-tem. Iieini; transferred to
the St. Louis division of the same
system in I-:n. I ; was while serv
ini; as freight con 1 net or on this di
vision in 1 thai V. ('. i'niwn, the
aide ami popular manager of the
Fu rli iii;1 on"s Missorri lines, who was
then liiline; the position of train
master, recognized in the voting con
ductor :it the ae ot -J't
a man of exceptional railroad-
al.iiity. and pivc him
ins lirst oilicial jiosition, appointing
him assistant trainmaster promot
ing him lo trainmaster two years
later: a position he held until ?dav.
lssii',. So vigorous and popular he
came his oilicial policy that K. H.
lieluap. then an aide writer on the
editorial staff of the ( 'oe.d act ors"
Magazine, in an article appearing in
that periodical in 1 -", jokinilv re
ferred to 'he St. Louis division as the
'iloulahan i: uite."a soul. ri. pu t hv
which the line w!is known for m-v ral
vears afterward. So popular had he
;! n ri n ; h
ith the ,
ii ! V
ploycs un ier lai,iL
s as an otlicial,
: iv. isi'i. wiifii in response
ieitatiou of the St. Louis.
Texas railroad, he was
Arl.-.:is:i . o
h :ivir. ." t hi
burl I !l;1n'l system, t ne
of Division No", si. O. U.
es o!i:t: oiis voting him a
l::in i i some e-,,j,i wati-li. tinclv cn
frrave.l. ioet kt r w it !i a set of the
resolutions printed in ;old. as a tes
timonial of their esteem and admira
tion WitSi tin- IS. A St. .1.
He went to Pine Flutf. but on ac
count of ill health did. not remain
there ion'with the Cotton Pelt road,
coming to llrooktield in October of
the same year as trainmaster of the
Hannibal & St. Joseph railroad.
While at Pine PluiT. however, he ad
vanced some r.ew ideas which were
adopted by the company, amon
which was the- i-st abli sh men t of a
railroad library and reading ronni.
which is till flourishing from last
accounts. Oil coming to Prooktield
as trainmaster he tilled the po-ition
till .May. wneuyie was ma :e as-
sistaet supcri n tcntient , and after- I
ward- sn peri i: i ein lent of the western )
division, and in the course of a few
months v. as by Oeiieral Manager W. I
! C. Prow ii e-iven full charge of 1 J 1 - j
jllaiiiiibal V St. Joseph as superin j
Itemlciit. J'hus it will be seen that
I -t ti, 0,1 .'., 1,., j 1 ;,iiv
- ...v...,. -e....
in the railway world.
A Nr'vil l"usii;i-ss M-iii.
While Mr. Iloulahan is a loyal
Jlis-ii:iri;ui, is well acouainti-il in St.
Louis, Kansas City and St. Joseph,
and is an intense part isan as a Prook
Jiidder, he ha a loiejinc eye 011 Chi-ca-o.
Chicago is his idol. A'e be
lieve that when lie won :. box of
cigars off from the writer on Chica
go's sccuriii"; the location of the
World's fair, it did him more r((,:
than the uilinin;' nf :i suit of cloth s
or a corner lot would on any other
wilder. Jle j : ti his faith in Chicago
t o t he ex lent of invistinir his earn
ings in real estate there, which ha
proven a mil investment. An :i'--ipiaiu
: ance of his, a Chicago real es
tate man. informed the writer not
' me; since t hat Mr. Houiahan w as
rated amotie; t'o--hrewder t investors
win sn- i'ii::"l in other i u: -i ucss.
and that his present holdings will
run tip into the thousands.
And thus is the res Mt. I lie ultima- I
turn of the clVorls of a water-boy. j
who withi '.it any education, and in
hu m file ci rcu nist anccs. started out
few years ugn with a determination
t o ci im ! t he sn in in i t of 1 i fe. It is a
a lit t i ii"; example-for younij men to
cm u late.
Was wliBt 11 vitty wouifiii cil!i-il th-:t perioii of
life whicti a'l inVl llc-ignd pas tlirouzli. unit iliir
iiiir tiic!i io niuny f-ce-n to think they m-:"t s':f-ft-r
that iiitiiic liiTcuttc-il i so. T!ie s:m;i; lnity
adih'il: ' If Jon dc-n'l liL-:iu-.u in wimian's cufivr
efe,' tliore is one baHot which will ffoc!r. il!y
dtfe-at i: Dr. Picrcr's Kavarlio I'nacrip iivv."
This if true, cot cniy al the pcricd of ni'uiulc
life, hut at all ages wbon w.nnsn ruffer from
ctcrine discasi-i?, r''l il iTrgtilaritles. inflam
mation, ulceration or pro'ai-i:8. the Favorite
Prescription" o stn nthens tlic weak or lis
cacd OTKans and enriclus the blood, that yeurs
of health and enjoyment are adiled to life.
Fits All lits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve" Restorer. Xo
lits after the lirst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial hot
tie free to fit cases. .Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists; call
Trv ice cream soda at Krell Ov:
Cream served with .uvcry jxlass of
soda vt Krell oi Math's.
Phosphates that do you ood t.
drink at Krell & Math's.
The (iermon Lutheran school pi(.
nie at Hinehcr's ";arlen tomorrow.
Fred Hass lea ves today for St. I'a.tl
to rej(,ii: his family there an-' remain
New cotton top mattresses at --i'.s.",
at ,1. YV. .loin s' second i;;ind store.
1 Secfind :'.veuue.
.1. A. Johnson, one of the substan
tial citizens of Canoe Creek, was in
the city today on business.
One hundred woven wire iN.
! ran new. for ..") at .L
second hand stun
t ? n . and (TV:
1 ;u spring water ;n o.ir
member this and trv Krell .
Mrs. II U. r,ur;:h wants a
Lr':;eral house woik. Apply
resilience of Mt. I. I), ii'ir
lt i 1 1 f"f
Se -ollii a i'CUUe.
Alanaer Adam-; ha s had ih. !:i:i
iek block on Twentieth street, occu
pied by-the Adam-: Wall Paper com .
panv. handsomely painted.
Mr. and Mr-. John F. Dillon. Mr.
and Mrs. II. P. Killon and son. Mr.
and Mrs. John" M. Dillon. Susie M.
Dillon. Mrs. O'.ixer. arrived in Dav
enport in the Dillon private car
Monday at'ierhoon, and are stopping
at the Kimball for a few day-.
Pev. (1. V.. Shuey, pastor ot Craee
Lutlu-ran church, has been obliged
bccatise cf fai linif health to tender
his r sie-nat :oa t tal-e ciVect in Sep
tember. M he cou.rre;;al ion has
adopted resolution expressive of
the regret that is felt at the necessi
tated step on Mr. Shiiey's part. Key.
dessnp. of ISocklord, will probably
be called to the pastorate.
The pleasant effect and p.
saf--ty with which ladies may ;:
California liijuid laxative. Syrup of
t iirs. under all condi t ion s. makes it
1 heir favorite remedy. To -ct the
true am! genuine article, look for the
name of the California Fi"; Syrup
company. rinte i near the but: out of
l-ran-I llxciirsi 1:1 ; Vi ujia.
The (ierman Cath die socictie- will
have au excursion 1 1 Peoria to attend
the lirst state convention on Sunday.
Jnlv '.b Pound trip tickets Si..")).
Tickets can he had at Ib-ori'i- Kni-ni;-sacker's
store. Adam Kioi.'s bo o
-tore and Chris Naab's buti-licr shop.
Kvcrybody is iiiited.
llw ai--:.. 1 ::i:. s I --.i:-:o n
July ." ami I. .. 1. :
way will sell excursion
vl i- I If
one and one-third hire for round trip
o;ood to return July .". lor any dis
tance no! to exceed - laiic.-. No
extention of time l;-i an ;-'d on l!e"
tickets. K. D. W. Jloi.-vii.s. Aireiit.
-' - 1 v. f- -J S 3 1 .; .
..- It v.4.i".ioi.-i
sx ipiUii : r -
iCi Uj - -
i vjfor in'yzn ;h i-"...-r-. r ;:i -
r '. i c r 1 c t i r y t i : -1 " l- " - If' - - J -: " 1 :
O-.'in ii -oi'iny v.v.yr: i '---t'i ?
' - .i-r iu do witii . t ::-:t . A. ' ." :
'2'fccVa9Cf pomniiy IlTrs thr-t !ra.'i-V'ri
oli-rs do not.
Caru-r'a J.-'stto I.'tp- r"hsr3r- r-.-.rJI r.ci
- Ty cap--- :o t-ii o. Cr.c ' ' :" ' . v. : ' : t
y t.!Ftr;t-i:y . !:..:.-piir.-r,
tui-'ev t.':.if .;n.:i. .:...:. : ". -.
iS Criz - v;v(".vi.-.-t, or .
cat."-:: - .;..tr-.i.r
M ;. '.. I
' r;l !ws. 'r 11 -
K-nn-'d snil i niva imI in
on tin; Uurop tfi p' u.
K.oin r.'iu's 5i n 'lay ;i t uj-v .
Ku.-tiiunirt eqani o :h: -r -erae
i-t reel cars from nil K. It. -b-rfit
and ferry Hndip- pn-r t- -
..1 -t- -111-
WORLD'S F5?:. '-C;:o
UUniil Ol bu and v. ':tMiintr.i:n Ave.
Tliree blocks fr mai; entrance,
iiest of K. K. and pirvet tar s- rvice.
I'irst-cla&scafe. ffaiesi . jJJOpcr
Ipersou. write lo. '.i.-ci-iar
. Insane Persons Restore,
I Dr. KLINE S GiitAr
' eur fjr Mrrtrt ArftttuMS, J-'us. tpCffsf. tic.
I . . . ..... d . il. r- lri. A -r ffter
I f'r iliiy- Treirise nd $ j trial borle free tt
!1 u piiKUHi y k - ---i. . .
rrive-l. Sen 1 iumi-5. P. J. ar.-l eP'M airesl ol
' i . i. 1.-1 1 -c o Ah St. i'i.iUdcl:ihia.P.
II II x
II II fU
Beginning Monday Morning
We will make special prices on
ssss (Km t.
K so 01.
s o o r.
ssss o o 1,
M NS X
1 1 In N X
1 1 X X X
Jl X X X
II X X X
i I X X X
' A A
I A A
I ;n AAA A
A Sl Ol. II X N X l:
AS S O I. X XX 1'
A SSf-S OiiO t l.l.t.l II x ;,sr.F.K
We have a 1 '.r...' stock of all sizes. Now is the
time to buy these goods. We will sell you an
822 Stove flfos 61.
23 Starve Tor 20.
3 .? -i
A necessary article should be found in every
house. They are not expensive, besides we give
vou credit without extra charge.
Parlor Suit .
Eel Room Su'r.
Tables and Chairs.
Bii? As3oi trtient.
-We have a few .Mislit
a look at t hem.
jgUj.hnlsrf-Tinp- ot til! Ui'ids -r order.
5-'eatbvs rftiiov.-ited sli-t police.
Notice After July 1 store will close at ii::! p. m. Saturday at 10 p. ni.
We have several lors 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
1 i 3 J
1(j2.? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
-MA UFACTLI.KTZS . OJf
Phaetons. Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to call anl get our JaIw Pricea
Facte r; aa4 Ware room on ICtb stt.-et I elwen let atd 3d v
Retail Trade eepec'.aDy solicited
ssss rrri 1 000 v
S S T O O V X' K
s r o v "V k
S T O O V V K
SSSS T O ) V V FE
S T O O V V K
S T O O V Xr K
S S T O O VV V, 8 8
SSSS r OOO V KEFS SSSS
LAH(;E. KXT15 A LA lit IF
we will sell In-low cost.
GnrtiiiiS, Baby Cxrriage?.
No extra charges
trect, Davenport, Iowa.
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