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- .1 THE AHTT1 S. 8ATU11DA V , OVKMUKR 11, uX
of buying Shoes that" don't wear.
Isn't that so? Try a pair of our
SJ.00 shoes-r-you will, get your
money's worth and a lot of style
thrown in. If you want to pay
another dollar, pay $4.00 and get
an elegant shoe, fit, style and long
wearing qualities combined. You
should see our new Welt Shod for
Ladies at $4.00.
"Eider Down" Bootees and Mitts.
162 J Second Ave.. Under Rock Island Hous:
Thesifest and most permanent cur for the
Thp.Mso i not driven oa' oi t -f y-t m by
a mm vi ,nx pion at thexppns- f - nr al
The tratt-ment bailds np from v- t r and
th bbii vanishes quietly and easily, l.ving tbe
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduate is that m n arv-
lout- renewal has token place.
totitutes in all parts of the United 8tatee.
Literature on the subject sent on application
ilORRKLL LTQUO UKK C
Horn Ofioe; BUFoRD BLOCK. Roc .aland, III
.IKCOKTO RATED CKDEE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Iilavd, III.
Optatl t tnm 9 a. u. to fra, aV, aaa aatnaar tfaaaaja tmm 7 to etiaak.
Fir pr oact Inurast paid am Deposits. Money loanad am Paraonal ool
lataral mr U1 Estate aacurity.
r. l irrcQELL, mat. r c DaxKMajrx, Vic rnn. j bcfobd, cmum.
t. L. BltcheD, r. C BaakaMsa, Joaa Craaaafa. PM1 MttcMU. H. T. Ball. L. Utaaoe,
a. W Bant. J. H.kM, Mn VoUu
Jaeaaoa Boms. aaUattara.
aefia kutarai Juljr a. MQ. aaa aceapr tae aoataaaat comer of Mitchell A Ljade'a mw aeikUa-
At 824 Seventeenth Street.
aWLHat aaoaa a aptatalty.
J THE TAILOR,
1SC3 Eeoond Arennsv,
(ftk ("Ps CZZ D CZjC23JfSjS5
'stolafssklrisnatylltoBalCaaMysr ar-git MUStfcat.
MERIT IN MUSIC.
tar Ai mailn aaaeea.
The third aeaaon of the Rock Isl.
and Lecture aaaociatioa opened at
Harper' theatre lajit aVAninfr with m
concert by the Remenyi brand Con-
company. The house contained
an immense and thorn utr Mr imn.
ciative.and charmingly entertained
Muicuce. tne womm omnml
with a march from TannhmnaAr "
on the piano, executed by Signor de
Kiva Bern I. Mis Adrienne Remenri
followed with a vocal selection from
Risroletto." Th.n tk. .m
lin Virtuoso. Siimnr Mnninl R.m..
yi. played an andante and finale!
auv. fABT Ba a . - . I
Menuei8onnTa Violin Con
certo." James W. Marshbank sang
v,'r",T -iroiiDadoor'a Sone,"
- i ue nrsi part closed with
and Uodanr ValsA rhmm.t
on the piano ly Signor de Kiva
Part second was opeded with two
violin solos by Prof. Remenyi: Sar.
agate's "Rnnmnxa tnH.lnc!" ....I
Chopin's Mazourka," and the pro.
lessor vivldcit to the enthusiasm and
gave another number. Mi
sang an English song, "The Xightin-
a ii ii nemcnyi reappeared and
performed Paganini's Fantasia" and
an eutb.ii si astic encore brought out
The Carnival of Venice" and -The
Old Folks at Home." Mr. Marsh
bank san' "Lovelv Spring." and
responded to &n enenr Tho Mna
ing number was a barcarole by
Schuliert for soprano, niann anil
Violin, bv Miss Rement-i-
de Kiva Iterui and Signor Remenvi
Aa Kojoable rvat.
It was a most artistic and meritor
ious musical event, an ansni-imi
oM?ning indeed.of the third season of
puiar entertainments by the Rock
-H rV RVILDINU.
Xov. U John Ellstrom bv admin
istratrix, to Lars E. Peterson, lot 1.V
Stewart's sub div.. South Moline.and
lot 2, assessor's plat of 1801, of 5,
14, 1W, J.-0.
Nov. 9 Ernest L. Xlnrstnn nt
Joseph II. Close to John E. Volkel,
unuj nej nwj swj 33, 16. 4w, fl.SSS.
10 John F. Xeff lv heirs tn Wil
liam II. Leech, wl nel 19. Tfi. 4-
John F. Xeff bv heirs to Will inm IT
Leech, wj nel 19. 16. 4w. $125.
William C. (ienun? to KMzalieth
Genung. nj lots 1 and 2, frl nwj 18.
1. :te, 10J.
Xov. 10 Conservatorshin of Jnlm
FitZribbon. Bond filed and letters
of conservatorship issued to Marv
IM-. W. Oakley CaftVe,
The noted ot ulist and aurist, and
irinnpal of the Janesville Eye and
Car inlirmarv. will r! ait RjmL' lalttnH
at the Harper house Tuesday, Nor.
i4, irom 9 a. m. to a p. m. Some of
his cures of deafness have been al
most miraculous. His mom are
crowded. Consultation free, (in
and see some of those he has treated.
John Winn, of Livinimtnn. thU
county, says: I brought my son to
Ii. a""! AV a a . .
it. vjuw. ai tne uesoto bouse, last
month. He had been deaf for seven
Tears. The doctor treated him, and
his hearing is almost
It you ace deaf go and see him.
Jamas Henderson, of Apple River,
savs: I have been eraduallv rn!nir
deaf for 12 years. Had constant
uoisea in my ears. v as treated by
Ih. Coffee two months aim alv
hearing has steadily improved. The
noises are all gone, aidl am delight
ed with the treatment, and say to all
w are ueai, go ana tie treated by
Joseph Roberts, of Scale Manna.
this county, says: I have been al
most distracted with noises in mv
ears for three vears. and I)r. rv.f!W
relieved me in five minutes on his
last trip here.
We could refer to dozens, but for
lack of room.
aaa Call Ian.
Visitor I suppose you have been
the means of marrying any number
or people yon have brought together.
Matrimonial Agent Yes. indeed,
I have been very successful in that
line. It isn't safe for me to be seen
on the street alone. Texas Sif tings.
The best of all myu
Tolcactaan oar 47
It to um Plf rce'a rargatiro Pellets, s fcrl
For Blne-ttalht nf the dlaemet of tbe aodr be
gin with eonctlpation or the doggiac a of the
lulre-wajrs, ihtooga which the iapariUM of the
blood Maape. to that they sre reabauiatd into the
eateav The PaigatHe Pellets act gentlv hat
tboroagblr apon the etonaeh aal Ihrer. aad are
the aet naatiea haowa. Wlihoat taeUngaad
atiaiaiagtha onana.ther net tbe hoawlaaaa
reetora a Bitot', healtby difWatioa. VaeaoaM
la djapepela. coaatipatioa. hUioaraeea. aueaof
Two miles east nf final Vr.ll in
acres with good buildings.
Half mile from Iowa line in Jack
son county,- Minn., 80 acres, good
Timber land ammita ItniMll..
A food woodman can pay for land
with wood and mJw -w
tillable. A splendid opening? for the
-1 L. - v i
Thm Weatera Trail la
quarterly by the Chicago, Bock Ial
and 4k Pacific railway. It tells how
to get a larm in ne west, aaa It will
be seat to yo rratis for on Tear.
use aad address to "Editor
l Trail. Chicago " aad mntrfea
it oat year.
Joa Buiftui, O. p. A.
Houses for rent by E. H. Guyer.
Fresh oysters at Krell Math's.
Have yon tried White Rose cream
ery? Oysters served in any style at Krell
asters by the can eVdish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell A
Read Kluir-HaslerwSeh wentoer rtrv
Goods company's display ad. on
ivhi iu page.
Dr.' Rodgers, of Kentuckv, special,
ist in female di senses, who enrnd
Mrs. George Glockhoff in nine davs.
Is at the Rock Island house, where
he may be consulted. Room 4.
Miss Tripp has returned from the
east, and has encas-ed a hall in
Carse's building for the dancing
academy for the winter. The ad
vanced arternoon class will organize
Friday at 4 n. ni.. and the nrimarv
on Saturday at S p. ni. Announce
ment regarding evening classes will
be made later.
The Brunswick Ralke rVillender
company has opened a branch house
: . .
i'a.t-iiNiri, arm carries in stocK a
line of bar room and office fixtures.
the world's best and only billiard and
khii inoies wim me unrivaled Mon
arch cushion; also billiard and pool
table stipples. Philip Ionardv. man-
f,-1 1 i.'u mam aireei.
At Trinitv Chanel. Re- H P
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
scuooi at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinitv church. Rev. R. P.
Sweet. S. T. D., rector. Sunday school
at :io a. m. Matins and celebration at
10:45 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p. m.
Bishop Pettv, of Iowa, will preach in
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. Alexander Patterson will
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Sundav
nn 1 . n . . .
" v v-.ni a. m. loung t'eople s
meeting at 6:45 p. m. South Park
chapel Sunday school a 2:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian, preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. H. C. Mar
shal! at 10:45 a. m. on The Xeed of
an Awakening in the Churches." and
at 7:30 p. m. on Falling From
Grace." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:45 p, m.
At the Central Presbyterian, usual
services morning and evening.
Preaching oy the pastor, Itev. John
H. Kerr. Morning subject, "The
Stable Christian nd His Attain
ments:" evening. "Christ's Poverty,
Our Riches." Sunday school at
11:45 a. m. Young people's prayer
meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the First M. E. church. Rev. F.
W. Merrell, pastor, will preach at
10:45 a. iu. and 7:30 p. m. Morning
subject, Church Loyalty," and an
address to a class to be reeeired ;
full membership. Evening, "Take
Tk . 1 T1 D
uvu iuc iiirui, son. ounaay
school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the Christian, services conduct
ed by the pastor. Rev. T. W. Graf
ton. at 10:45 a. m. and 7-.SO n m
as usual. His morning topic will be:
. ..i. - . . . ...
"neufiwoi Lanerauty." in the
evenin? he will nrearh "frnni -Tk.
Distinctive Peculiarities of the Dis
ciples," the fourth of the series.
Other services as usual.'
At the First Rant lot mm.!,!.. I .
the pastor. Rev. C. E. Tavlor. Ph. n.
uiuruiug anu evening. ftUDiect lor
! ..... I .
muminir. "none uinrr name:" even.
ing, "The Life That Now Is: Its
v - i nn m f, . .
raiiures, nnj:- ounaay school at
9:15 a. m., C. L. Williams, super
intendent. Todiiit neunle'a n n tran aa f
6:30 p. m., topic: "The First Chris-
. 1 . .1 l r . n ..
uau vunreo; its rrayer Meeting,"
led by the pastor. Sunday school at
the Pnrtvfanrtk atMat ftk.n.1 . . a
m., F. M. Sinnet, superintendent.
Uospel service in the chapel at 7:35
A Child Eajoja
The pleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs,
wnen in neea oi a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious,
the most gratifying results follow its
use; so that it is the best family rem
edy known, and every family should
i i. i
uie a uuliic on nana.
IVLolias not suffered tins misery
caused by bile in the stomach
which an inactive or sluggish
livt-r failed to carry off.
the rRcroiTtoa and curs is
liquid or powder, which gives
quick action to the liver and
carries off the bile by a mild move
ment of the bowels. It is no pur
gative or griping medicine, but
purely vegetable. Hany people
take pUla more take Rimmnna
Liver Regulator. i
I hTa kaaa a vtotiaa to !
!Miaaaaar trtfaaj aarloas raaat
amy onljr aaiein waa la ta aaa of I
aaooa Uvar haaaawai. wktah amr a
aaa. I aaaak .mat at aaraau;
bat aajr waSiTSmiirr-4. tCtSS
n lk3 -It:
No man ean m&md to have a aick T7i&
Daughter, nor, in oca times as tbese
A bij Doctor bffl. Zoa Phonv cox23
the etckneea, e&Tee the billa.
Heck Mand Buggy Co.
K::t::s, S:n1:s, Crs, S?rl:i tzi Ftra tajal
It Will DAT VOH to Cill snr) Mt r.nr ia fu
Before Buying. '
Faetoty al Win Rooms oa Sixteeata meet betweea Fitrt and Secoad aveaae.
Reua trade etpeciallv aoUcited.
eeTooiie 1098. 231 Twentieth stiww.
J. CI. C&CilGT?,
C1S3TICTCSEI ff DUIEB III tSSSti,
aakToar Aroeer torTbcai.
The Ifcrtety "Orarma" nl rhrlatr "Varaa.
it J. P .Ml
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
AH kiada of Carpentering promptly attended to. KatiBatM
furniahed when deaired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Berenteenth at. Book Island.
City "Buo and Ezprccs Line.
Telephone Rock laland or Harper Hotela for 'bua or expree
waon and you will reoeiTe prompt attention.
mHEHLAEB ft ePHUCEH, Prone.
Roek Island Brass Foundrv
its ac::ite6Tc:j.l c::x.
AT Uaaa f
Saov a Ottk-t- At 1M1 Fiiat avraar. near Pnrr aMdlac.
nraaac aad alaaUaaai
a (serially of an
pattera aad artMtle
aa4 teauara Baa
J. WAGER, PronrietoB
A HAHO SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
O TK3 PROPER THING FOR HOUS&CLBAKIa.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Bare money bv buying your Crockery, Glaasware, Cut
lery, Tinware. Woodware, and Bruehea, at the Old and
Reliable 6 and 10 Cents Store.
oca. c. txiTscira. ui4 nurd a
8EIVEBS 6 AHD17ai01Ta
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERb.
All IDnda ot Carpenter WorkDoaa.
lUcUlLteCtwt, DATC2P02T, IOWA.