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jjLAltGUS. THURSDAY, SKPTEMHEK 21, 1833.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
Th poison is not driven out of thp system by
j, more vi lent poison at the expense of tbe, general
The ireatercent builds up from the s tarn and
th- hubi vanishes quietly and easily, leaving
v:itiVnt in perfect he ilth.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous lfiu'wal has taken place.
;lS;i;Tifes in all parts of the United States.
Liter.-iMire on the sunjeet sent on application
MOItllFLL LIQjOTI CURE C
II .,ne Office: BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Ulind. 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Try The Ahgis want column.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
. Oysters served in any style at Krell
Oysters lv the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Ho to Kosenfield Bros., for plumb
ing, steam and hot water heating.
Head your own Aiwis. If you
don't take one. von should. Don't
you think so?
Mrs. M. Bowlhy left Tuesday
veiling for Cleveland. Ohio. She
will visit the fair a few days en
Charles McKnirv, of Cedar Hapids,
general road master of the B.. C. K.
it X. road paid his cousin. William
Mel'niry, a visit yestcrdav.
All kinds of l.icyele. repairing done
at Walker's place. -11.') Sixteenth
street, Moliue. Kemenilier the limn-
ler. Telephone J'KV).
Tea, coffee or chocolate with a line
dish of fresh oysters anil a few nice
fresh l'lins is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same ro to Krell &
The Salvation Army is planning
for a great time next week. On
Wednesday evening Staff Capt. Ad
die will pay an oliicial visit to the
local corps accompanied ly Aide de
Camp lVlicrs, late of Xew York City,
on which occasion Capt. and Mrs.
Sprake will have their infant child
dedicated. On Friday evening a so
cial will he held at the new home of
the army on Second avenue.
Seamless, congress, all solid -Buckle,
best kip and grain
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress and lace,
See our line at
See our square box-toe for
162 ? Second Ave., under Roc Island House.
i i s i e i
What is ths condition of ycurs? Is your hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Docs it split at ths ern!s? Has it a
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
f. .. - I. 1 I "J. ft " . J J i l - I
nuMicur is il iuii di uanuruii r uon vnur Main iitu r
Jjitdrvor in a heated condition?
If these are some of
SkookumRoot Hair Grower j:
' : t.-:-,';-ou neM. It rmdnctlop ia not an r ccMmt. tiut tlirrwmltof ie!ntlfle
ri i. Kii ,.i:rt. t.; tn1 ii:a-t of t 10 liairani seaip led u the (tiscov. "
: .f i:ow t. trr.it tf(0?ii. Sfc.Mkn:n "cocraltia rather niincralfi nor oils. It
u 0 I ; bv.t a t!c!.:;i.'t!i:y co-ilinc ami nsfrv thing Tome, hy stimulating I"
bUj,.i j aUir.-j hair, cures dar.ari.y ara tfroivs hair on Laid m
I -ti ' ? r t t cir.
l ?f 1. anr pv.pt'Vv.vi ! t!:rc frt ti3. fiTifl w trill forward
r1 !, ."(', i,.u; 1 r.-:u tru'.v r, LtoUit: ; 6 tor $J.UU. Jioap.Soc. B"
'! TriE SKOOKUri ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., t
37 sioutb l'ifth Acnuc. New Tork, N. Y.
UA HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
ISTHE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING.
t'ir ll, VAI.l.KV.
Com. Vai.i.kv. Sept. I'll John T.
Ilass is doing a driving luisiness Inly
ing and selling hrick.
Henry ISode of Clinton. Iowa, is
visiting with his folks.
Mr. Kerns, of Henry county visit-
oil ins hro'.licr last week.
Miss Burnie Trevor, of Smith Mo
line, was here last week.
The rain today is very acceptable
as water is getting scarce.
William C. Hamilton, of Orion,
was 011 our streets yesterday.
Mrs. S. L. Stafford started for
Chicago yesterday on luisiness.
Steward and Mrs. Dow and son
Louis, started for t lie fair on the l'Uh.
Henry Jhuipt ami Jacob Snvder
took in the Davenport races "last
(o-orgc I'etcrs cut his leg hadly
near the knee la-t week with a corn
The trustees have declared the old
Leotitier Iniiiiliiig a nuisance and are
taking it down.
Corn cutting is over. The recent
high winds have dried so that farm
ers ha e stopped.
Karl J. Steiistrotu is making good
improvements on the warehouse he
lias lately purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Hargraves Battershv
and family, arrived here from the
Chicago fair this morning.
Henry Ilaen of Florida is here.
He was l.oru here, hut for the past
-'' years has lived in the south.
Lewis and Wilson are offering food
' A Y""V f ' E ,:l' f"r s:l'1' "ll'ir nii"' foil
a I g H5e j1 $ this village. It is easy of acces
IVl E J? Ali MissHallie Danl.y. wlio is at
1803 Second Avenue.
I'ropricioror of the Btady : roet
Ail k'.cde of Cat Flowers constant y on tun
(,r' i-r. House
J!1" I':"tk rm Central park, tU target t II Iowa
aiM Brady street, DaTenport, 1
ni- I weorr ill rwi iif
eao.. n. Wen Memory. Lo f llmln Power. , 1 '";'- .'r(,,p,,.er'
I.. . ., i,.., u, h.,vi,tn.yo"ll,M,rrYIr
tI per h.ix. O f ir..
ummioti or mnanltT. inn e ctmeu i n ' " " ' ' , , ..,, ru n t rr lo ton
r nrunu themonv. Irrtlin
llhrnlonrv. trotilii mf. . "r.V,V,..l" CHICAGO UJ.
AdUreu KEKVJE f:E Mas.ii.ic Teiuule. cukauo ii.
or sale n Rocklslani by Hartz & Ullmeycr druggist, 301 12th st
uig the (teneseo Western normal. was
home on Saturday to sec her folks.
Herman Nit, of Stewart ville. was
here Friday looking for a place. He
would return here if a suitable house
could le found.
Nostie Jankoitski was injured last
week in the Black Diamond mine ly
a fall of slate from the roof of the
mine. His injuries were not serious.
Our county legislators seem to be
coming expert s in doing work, onlv
two days in active session, a good ex
ample for our notional legislators to
The marriage of Henry Pilchard of
Atkinson. Henry comity. III., to Miss
Alis Bailey of Uural township, took
place today, Sept. l'o. 'J'he cerenioiiv
was performed lv llev. 11. C. Mar
shall of Mock Island, in the presence
of a few relatives. The groom has
just arrived at his majority and is a
prosperous young farmer. The liride
is a daughter of W. S. Bailey, ex
county steward, is a ladv of promise
and will he missed in the communi
ty especially among the young peo
ple. They will take the train this
evening for Chicago, where they will
spend their honeymoon. The happv
couple have the hest wishes of the
The Moilcrn Beauty
s on good food rnd sunshine,
entv of exercise in the open
air. iter form glows with health,
and her face Mooms with its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Tigs.
Advice Fur Hot VYeuthet.
Always tarry an umbrella. If it raius,
there you are, don't you know, and if
the sun comes Jowh and you are idiotic
enough to bo out in it. -protect what
head you have with intervening shade.
How many sunstrokes have been saved
ininy particular cae by the interven
tion of my paraehutic friend it would
be difficult to determine. Howard in
New York Recorder.
Ihin't Kul off the Fnuuiel
Of the teeth with gritty preparations
The teeth are too valuable to be
trifled with. When gone, you must
have false ones or "gum"" yourself
through life. Use Sozodont, which
contains no grit. It cleanses the
mouth and vitalize? the secretions.
Sept. 20. Jerome W. Caldwell to
K. W. Hurst, lots C, 15 and 18, block
6, lots 11, 14. 17 and 20, block 7, and
lot 1, block 8, Fairmount add.. Mo
Henry A. James to trustees of
schools, 17, lw, lots 13. 14 and 15,
block 2, Simonson & James' add.,
James H. Howard to Isaac Conner,
lots t, s, 9 and 10, block 55. Wat
Axel S. Howard to Isaac Conner,
lots 11, 12. 13, 14, 15 and 16, block
55. Watertovvn. $1,200.
20 K. D. Swander to Jacob Hager.
part lot 1. swj nw It. 17, lw, $1.80'.).
Jacob linger to K. D. Swarder.
tract by metes ami bounds, nwj 17,
17. lw. 1..S )).
l.ieeiiM-l to Weil.
Sept. ISK. J. Appleby. Colia Ol
son, lloek Nland.
I Custav Siudt. Helena Kraft. Daven
j Charles 15. Cleveland. Kansas City.
J'.lizal.elh J. MediM. Milan,
If William Weyerhauser, Annie
C. Briinsu i, k, Boi k Island.
Henry I'ritthard.Alba. Alice Bailey,
- A. W. Johnson, Ilelma Swan
son. Book Island.
Y. K. McCartney. Koek Islam!.
Nannie B. Miller, lilchland (Jrove.
Malhias s. Bent f row. Brooktille.
Ohio. F.mma J. Newton. Book Island.
Four BlKON. Sept. 2. Mrs.
(Jeorge Moore and Mrs. C. C. Coyne
visited at Cordova on Tuesday after
noon. The Chair.au. pia circle has been re
organized, and several new members
have been added.
The M. K. Conference, of this
district, changed both of the M. K.
pastors of this place.
H. C. Trent and John (JiHespie are
among the visitors at the White city
by l lie lake this week.
Miss Vaughn, of Albany. N. Y., is
visitingher brother Will at the home
of Mrs. K. N. Hollister.
The majority of the sporting men
of Fort Byron took in the races at
Cordova this afternoon.
The World's fair trallic is still on
the boom. Station Agent Olin sold
2f round trip tickets for Chicago
Rev. Coffnian. of the Bethel Bap
tist church in Coe. is Seriously ili
w itli intlammatory rheumatism at the
Rev. 11. Brink, who had charge of
the church here and in Cordova, goes
to (mod Hope, and is succeeded' bv
Kov. J. W. Kdwards. from Moline.
James McCauley has moved his
household goods from Moline and
will occupy the cottage owned bv
Mrs. J. M. Grov e, at the upper end of
Rev. T. C. Davis, w ho resided here
and had charge of the . Fairtield and
Zunia churches, goes to Taylor Ridge.
Rev. K. W. Thompson, formerly of
Fink Prairie, takes Rev. Davis pfaoe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. La Salle, of
Canton. N. Y.. visited over Sunday
with Mrs. La Salle's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ceorge Olin. Mr. LaSalle
reports that the season has been very
wet in northern New York, so much
so that there was great difficulty in
securing their hay crop.
The Ladies Missionary society of
the Congregational church held their,
annual thank offering meeting at the
residence of Mrs. (Jeorge Moore this
afternoon. A large number were in
attendance. After a very interesting
program the boxes were opened and
the contents were nearly $14.
' nmu.er Weak his
And that tired feeling, loss of appe
tite and nervous prostration are
driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
like mist before the morning sun.
To realize the benefit of this great
medicine, give it a trial and you will
joiu the army of enthusiastic admir
ers of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Sure, etlicient, easv II .
They should be in every traveler's
grip ami every family medicine chest.
25c. a box.
World'H Fair lint ex.
Burlington route, C B. & rail
vay, will sell 30-day limit excursion
ticket s to Chicago and return at (i.!i7.
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, l.yto. at $8. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. Yot'NG. Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass. Agt.,
Rock Island. Ill
Fi-r a tiiosijiiito bite, or for any
of inseci or su.'ull eruption, there is
nothing better than the old fashioned
remedy of our mothers, soila mixed with
vinegar until it foams well.
THE WAY SHE LOOKS
troubles the woman who
is delicate, run-down, or
overworked. She's hol
low - checked, dull-eved.
thin, and pale, and it
Sow, the way to look
well is to be well. And
the way to be well, if
vou're any such woman,
is to faithfully use Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. That is the
onl;i medicine that's
ffnaranti'ed to build up
woman'! strength and to
cure, woman s ailments.
In every "female comvl'uut," irregularity,
or weakness, and in every exhausted condi
tion of the female system if it ever fails
to benefit or cure, you have your money
There Is only one medicine for Ca
tarrh worthy the name. Dozens are
advertised, but only the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy say this :
" If we can't cure you, we'll pay you
K00 In cash ! "
a Hard -Times Remedy,!
No man can afford to have a sick "Wife or
Daughter, nor, in such times as these,
A big Doctor bill Zoa Phora cures
the sickness, eaves the bills.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling' for Rock Island
rewing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Ruber's City Brewery and Raible 6k Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has 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 o Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
To Early Buyers
We have received our Fall Stock of Ladies
and Gents Fine Shoes and party Slippers
and can show you ail the latest novelties of
the season direct from the leading manufac
turers of t-e country.
We are Leaders
In Fine Footwear.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
The thoronjrh inst. action given a, this school 1 verified by more than 100 different Banks
using their Student.
112 and 114 East Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
GEORGE SCHaFER, Proprietor.
1101 Second Avenae, Corner of SIztevntn Street. - Opposite Bwper'i Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch KTerf Day . Bacdwicbee Fnrolatiorfos Sboit Hotioe.