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THE ARG4J8 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1034.
A MOM U tlw Inl rcnx-dy far all coaiplaiaLi jicculiar to women. I p yj Ak your Trupj;Ui r tend to ns, for our LAMEST XLDWAL JtnoK". X0a-M0a)A BKBaCMf CO.. Riuihim, Mien. Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Hubcr's City Brewery and Raible & 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 on Mo line avenue by Telephone. 7r 1 J f -p ixcoKroEATzo tnrnsa tbk itati law. Roek Island Savings Bank. Boos laXAirD, III. ftnam lloj faaem aa at ana aW Lah am aaJ at- aaa a wa ay aaa iim wan nyw r latsral or Ini Eiuw aeourlty r L xtTcnrLL, rrw. r cxwxKiiAxs.Tkarwi. j;b. butokd. P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Dr kraal.. Ma Cnhansk. lli ailU, .. Ban, L. . w him, . m. nm. -Jaeaaaa Bona. Waaw. f -ir Warn July t, lam, an eeespy tha aoatbeeat ceraeref VltcaaO leaatt sew B. F; DeGEAK, Contractor and Builder, Offiro and Shop 525 Eigntanth Street CVAQkaMBat Garsaatar C. J. IV. CCHBEIESn. Contractor and Builder, nana na aa4 r .. . .. . . - MMktM mm. atvnaa aaa aaaaal JOHN KOITOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OITICE, SO: tSSl SXXTB ATSSTOX. fchopttYiM&iMt CCCH CLAUD. Call for Rock Island Rreiringr Co Beer. LATEST NOVELTIES IS CAX BK SEES AT E. F. DORX, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 8XC0XD AVE. Harper Honsa Block - alsnrfarr TtaSeXJeak. on Pnrsonal 00W BOOK ISLAND, ILL tarWIIIail a BOOS BXJUTO ILL FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Bafcylanlan IMH, The stanr of torn at tb WnrU'i .W began away back. Cp in the nonth wwt corner of tba gallery in the liberal Its Settioa of Hirnifirtiim MUIm the Unirtrsity of Prannylvania showed wn ii ia uains witn Its exraYatlnn fnTxl. Anm tho rarinna nslio . oM ciTiliaatknt of Babylonia it snowed case uiwu witn casts or fnnny look IK animals that bear a nmrta tut WboMr dintinrainhaliln WMwiMm.. camels, gnats, harm and dogs. These little I sur are reproductions of piecM or pmiury luunu at rtippnr by the exes ration expedition of the university. Some of tlxin Iwar the datea 300, 500 and POO B. C. All of thnm fk nn. doobtedly tbntoya little dwrlltta in the ran duos i no bangtity Uabyluniaa Kings iri-asumi ccntnrii ago. A man on borwbark, a little table, one 1'U of wLich time hml itpiritcd away ; a do snrronndi-d by a litter of puppies, a drouiedarr that in a reaJlv wmuWfnl rcprudnctiim and a ram are some of the dos 1 01 ino toys, -.rant which poasowps the greatest interest, however, is a doll alKHit 4 inches luug. This was admira bly modi-led by tho carver, who made 11 oat 01 oone in intkto iaraway days, liefore the dreams of the rnlers of old dmahties were troubled bv visirma nf the new world. It has a pretty face. with clear, well marked features, and its body has more to recommend it from an anatomical point of view than those of the niudctn china dolls. 1 The inont wondot fnl thing alxmt this Babylonian doll, liiwtver. is tho fact that in those days when it had arms it lost them long itgo. poor thing they were movable and uttached to its body by Joints. There is nothing new under the ran. Tho world has known that fact for centuries. It may be impressed anew -on tho n:itnl of eoinc nineteenth century maid, tliongh, when she learns thot 2,100 yt arsagn little Babylonian girls had jointed dolls ju.st as good, per haps even a little 1 letter than hers, to play with. Chicago Tribune. "ftwnwtfclaa; I tetter." "Hero cotiKs old Simon," cried Ben Davis as he and his schoolmates met an aged grocer, who, having no horse, was obliged to deliver the groceries himself. "The old follow is carrying a bag of lieans somewhere," cried Fred Brown. "Look, look, ho has spilled half of them, and they are all getting a good wetting Ljn the anow. Ha, ha, what fun! Do are the old man try to pick them up! He's almnt as blind as a mole too." "Let's give the bug another shake," laughed Bob Maggx, "and set the rest of the beans a-flyiu." "Oh, no," cried Summie Beers. "Let's do something liettor than that. Let's run and help him pick np the beans. Be if a't to blame for being old and blind." "Course he isn't," cried Ben. "Who said he was?" "Jfolswly," answered Fred, "but, I aay, let's help him load np that bag again." Then the hoys told the grocer what they meant to do. They began their task at once and in a few minutes had returned the greater part of the beans to too bag. Exchange. There was a small person, a Tre beard tell, 81m fed oa taffy and drank I nan a well. When the day wan hot and tba ann rose high. The tail- bad BHlted. and the well ran dry. Gafcagte Place chairs in a row. one kss tbaa the number of persons, with one turned one way, the other in the opposite di rection. Have some one play a march, and the party will form ia line and march around the chairs. When the music ceases, all try to get a chair the) person left is oat. This goes oa till there are bat two persona, a chair being removed each tiaoe, so there is bat one chair left. When the music ceases, the peisoa on fortunate enough aot to gat it aaa to tell tat cunpany a story. roar rtkox. Pobt Britox. Feb. 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. Zollinger were ia Davenport yesterday. Miss Ollie Bobbins, of Rock Island, is aisiting Miss Jennie Zollinger. Oar grain dealers have their ware, houses nearly filled with oats, and are shipping right along. The warm weather is spoiling the ice verv fast. Nearly all the ice houses fn town are filled, however. E. IL Coe and Wash Nelson have been buying horses this week. Thev will ship one car today from Cordova. T'ae feather renovators have fin- ished their work here, and moved their headquarter to Prophetstown. Oar stock dealers are still bnsv. Pcarsall shipped hogs the first of the week, and llollister & Swank shipped two cars today. Parties from abroad have been here the past week to arrange to shin ice from here bv rail. but have not commenced cutting any yet. Meetings are being; held in the M. E. church each evening this week, preaching bv the pastor. Rev. J. W. Kdward. The meetings are lanrelv attended and full of interest. Eurene Keclv took a plunge bath on Monday. He was helping to cut ice, and slipped into the river where the water was 10 or 12 feet deep. Fortunately he escaped with nothing more serious than a docking in cold water. The special meetings at the Con. gregational church closed on Sunday evening. They were full of interest, and very successful, 75 persons hav ing expressed a desire to live aCbris- tian life, nearly all of them being adults. The roads the past week have been in good shape, and farmers have been busv haolinff. Considerable hay is hauled across the riyer here to LeCIairc. Dry cord .wood also brings more per cord in Iowa than on this s'dc, and a good bridge makes business lively. Juslix. Feb. 7. John Cromrton has been enrajred to rnanarre the Collins farm for the coming year. On Fridav last E. Donahev. our merchant, passed another milestone on the way of life. He called in Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs. Hannah to assist him celebrate. There is to be a large accession to the quantity of milk delivered at the Joslin creamery for the coming year. Several are laying out plans to make a business of collecting and hauling milk both in Zuma and Coe town ships. The teachers' spelling-bee. which was announced to be held at Hills dale on Saturday evening last, proved to be a citizens' spelling-bee, from the fact t hat the teachers made them selves conspicuous by their absence. it is said "they were afraid thev might be spelled down.' Mr. Sibennechcr is about tt build himself a new barn, which is to be large and commodious. The timber arrived from Clinton during the last week, ue made a nauling-bce. and had his German neighbors to assist him. The Germans are always wil ling to help on such occasions. Mlltim ix Pauvo. HILLSDALE. Hillsdale, Feb. 6. Miss Naylor lost her gold watch last week. bnt fortunately it was found and re stored. The ice houses of our village are all filled. None is being shipped from here this winter. Mr. Withrow, of Henry county, is visiting his brother-in-law. W. R. Walker, where he has a little nephew. ButKcr & Martin are receiving large quantities of corn at present. Three thousand bushels last week were cribbed, 27 cents being the price paid. Last Sunday evening at Bethel Baptist church, the usual program was carried out successfully bv the members of the B. Y. P. U. "lie v. CoOinao is to be congratulated on the help this society give him. Rev. Thompson is well pleased with the result of his labors at the M. E. church here. There have been a number of conversions: the chansre is very noticable in the village. We irusi me gooa thus wrought will continue. Taw atoaata Invalid Has tastes medicinally, in keeping wim oiner luxuries. A remedy must be pleasantly acceptable in form. purely wholesome in composition, truly beneficial in effect and entirelv free from every objectionable qual ity. If really ill he consults a phy sician; 11 constipated he uses the gentle family laxative, Syrnp of Figs. All taxes on personal propertv mast be paid before March 1, and. t'o avoid costs, on real estate before March SO. office ia court house building, will be open all day. and on Wednesday aad Saturday evenings niai mi ccou p. m. Fu. BAUKaaraxD, Collector. R. C. Clabkk, Deputy. Ia fature lamp renewals heretofore iumianea ate expense of the Brush company's electric light consumer, will be furnished free, when the burnt out lamp Is returned to the company's office anbrokea. PaotW Powbb Co. MARKETS BY TELEQftAPM. - -in 1 mi Kew Took, "Taa, 1 Voaey oa aatt aaar. Offerad M l at friaaa aamuaUla papar auOM Bar SterUns- citthaaaa aatar, with actaal 1 m naaacr'a Mils at tmffMm for mad M-fea tor siatr aara bUtp vartlflemtaa. allver IbllDia A. Jln I'alted mates uuad.'a regular, IM)K da racoapoaa, liafe; lo r Si; 1'actOc ' of Yi, MB. w fa Grala aaa Praaa . New Teas. ffch. T. 74 lS-ln.Tc. Rye DnIL Corn-No, t weaker witawueat; March, May. U lMSaSJo. track white wratVro, "Afi4to. Pork Easr; aaw mui i,a'.c!,i..tii. laniny. aia.auaia.wt anon clear CI5.UIAK.(U. Lard-gaiet; priaw waat- ara suam, c,.bz aominal. Cbicaso Orala aad Pradaea. Catcaoo, fab. . Folk) win (t were tha quotation oa taa hn..il .1 . a . r,i opened .Wc ckuod SH&; May. opened 2Mc, clueed t9c; July, oiwnedcaa. ckned fSHc Corn F.hruary, opened 34Mc, cioBdMi; May, opened X -J eloaed Jaly, opened 7Jc, "-mv"" vmie rvurumry, Vwuea iCajB, cioaed iZlum Mmv minim1 liUn t.LMl eat,. July oianed Tc. cloned SSc Hark Feora- arj. opened WS rl,awd ISJQ; Mar, opened fl3.au. cluaed Lard-FobrBarr. op ened IT.&, closed 7.ii, I'rodnce: Bm tar Fancy aeparator, StA STc per Hi; fancy Oairy, SUAiJn; packinc atoek. W(il,llc Ek Fredi etock, lie per doa. Urea ad I'oultryChickena, SHStas per In; turkey, eHaHc; doc In, KlUo; Kaea. 7Sc, Potabwit-llarhanka. 5liMo per on; Hebroar Vro&r. Early lUws s.lc; mixed lota, 4BBSUO. 8int Poiatuea I'linus. $Ljil&l per btal; Aipla-Uaod tXSit& hs per bbL Craaberries um. nauey nun clover. 1-lu aectiuna, 14c; broken comb, IdftlSa; """""i sa cnaiuoo, isc; atrainai tau tornia, 6?utc per lb. Cnleace Live Rtvefc. Cnicioo, Feb.. Live Stock The prices at the Union Stock yard today ran.ed as follow: Cat tle Receipt fur the day, 14,0nife market alow and weak, exocpt for the bei-t trade. box Kec i.if.,r tUeday.Sl.MUU; ahipntenta yeaterday.T.&K; market fairly active bat weak price 6.0 llc lower; aalea ranired at SctJOaJS for liRht; roagh pa'kinE. 4 HWKiti-ai; mixed, $.VDI4-tJSi: heavy packing aadshippuis lota, A&UKyASl-, pigs, $1J:.1U. Hmi .kiiAu..,. UIH V 1 . - Uady. Tbe Local Blarketa. Corn-Sew, 35 3C ot sNcastia. Hay Itmntb. 7A : wrnd, $9; wUd,8B 7; -whusafti; bales. fSSfS. 7 sua, ta. Batter Fair to eVMna, ls&Ve: aRF aiaaa. lacwiao. Poeltry Chlckena. draw a, 8c; tarkeya. dress ed, 10c; daca.dmacl, SO:; teeae,8elSc. nert an laaanii is. Applee tS.flOaer kl, Fotatoaa STOe. Oatoai 75c per bo. Tarnipe SJcnerbo. ' uvaevacK Cattle Botcsera pay tor anra fee sleen 9MM(e; eowa and aelfais, lSc calves Hoan 4e5e. Sheep 3oSSc VaJaUa. Coal -Soft 10311c; bar. ta,Ba Wood Corrt. at. 00; sawed. 15.0ft. In Favor or Proklbltlaa. Toronto, Feb. 7. Returns front all parta of Ontario, Riving a vote on tbe recent pro mumon pieuiMtit, snow a total majority in favor of prohibition of M.730. Big Bankrupt Sale. Last November occurred the failure of A. D. GATES & CO., large wholesale and commis sion shoe men of Chicago. The city courts of Chicago just last week ordered their goods sold for what ever they would bring to satisfy creditors and con signors. Cash Did It. Our. buyer was there, and by paying cash ob tained $6,844 worth of choice and desirable foot wear at 58 i-3entsonthe dollar. We are going to divide with you. We Here offer an array ' of some bargains that are breath-takers: Read Every Word. 96 pair ladies kid button shoes, worth 91, cut in two, at 48c. 288 pair baby shoes, worth 36c, cut in two, at14c. 184 pair men's laced shoes, wide plain toes, soiled and dura ble, value l.fi0, cut in two, 79c. 94 men's sandals, ankle strap, value 80c, cut in two, at 48c 140 pair men's plain calf laced shoes, value $3, cut in two, f 1.48. 807 pair ladies' fine kid square toe, pat. tip, button, value $2.25. cut ia two, at f 1.19. " Seeing is believing. Ex amine and you will buy. The Central. Look for blue sign, Bankrupt Shoe Sale. 1522 TCrd Ave. Uotine.IlL TJhaf io Caatoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitehet preacription for lAfiuita BardCnlldren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine; nr ether Karootle aabstanco. It is a harmless aabstltnt for Paregoric, Drops, 8oothing Syrnps, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its coarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Caatoria destroys Worms and allays fererlahness. Castoria prevents vomiting Soar Curd, enres Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach aad bowels, civing healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria Is the Children.! Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. 'Castoria ia aa excellent nirdleln for (Ml av HoUm bare repeatedly told me of u od efleet opon Uwir ohiMroa.- Sa. a. C. Oaoooa, Castoria tbe beat remedy for children of Uch I unacquainted. 1 hope tbe day la not tar dncaie wbea trotbera will oonafclar the real t of their children, and oae Caatori in- I of thvarlonsonack auaLraiua which are eVatrojiat thetr loved ones, by forciii;oiura, Banrphlaa, eonthlng cyrap aad other hurtful ataess aowa their throats, thereby aendiac Da. J. T. KnKaoEriOB, Conway, Ark. Taa Cert , TI J "A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TQ SHAVE WITH." APOLIO 13 THE PROPER THING DAVIS CO. Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Gas and Steam Fitting, SANITARY PLUnBIlIG. A complete Una of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hoes. Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped establishment west of Chicago. DAVES buuua. afoline, m 1 112. 114 West Sevanteecth at. Talepaoaa SOSS. Tftaatdaaoa Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Analytic antl DisijOSiM Flminaft la now located fat Us new boUdlnc at the aad Twenty-third street. BUSINESS The trraa at Uia Ecaool ia wariaed by satac their Stbdeats, 113 and 1U Bast Second Street, DAYCS POBT, IOWA. B e.nrjiaaojy. ILJ.Vammxm HUDSON & PARKER, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Hi kinds of Carpenterins prompdr attended to. Estiaaatcs farnizhed when dscired. Copeor First ava. and Meienlaasitb at. Bock Island. 0EIVEE3 6 Amman. CONTRACTdRS end BUILDERS. AH X2a6s ot CwJrpautar7otkIX)oa, Castoria. Caateriah so well adapted toAnihaaUMS aaaaopertarloanynraatilaHua to me." H. A. Aaoan,m. IK, 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, H. T Oar phyatdacs ia the children toper tent have aaokea highly of their naeil aaee bt their oartaide practice with Caatorie, and although era only fcawa amorc ear awidlral euiiullaa what ia kaowa as lesaaur prodncta, yrt we are free to conf eat that tba merits of Castoria baa woa aa te look wtOi laror npoa it. Uarraa Bo ItuaC Earn, JVbl, array Street, sTaw Tork City. FOR HOUSE-CLEANING. Talephoas 1148. aa TMarjhoa 1180 HOPPE. THE TAILOR, 1SC3 Second Awennet of Fiftk aveaaa COLLEGE. a airareat raople