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THE AltGTJB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1C04.
THE ARGUS. ftMtoaet Dany Baa Weekly M M liiwi 1m Mack Island EQ. ef. W. Form, Posunnn. T1KM Uatty, In mm pee tut Weekly, IMIj hia4yaacs'Je. AH in Imli W a critical cr trs caaraetec, aottttsal e feUgloBS Ml mm sttsrnsi for MhUMto nek ankles win m prtntea a acttueee Cmn en licrte Th ( R5DAT, Dec tx bib 27, 1894. Gtmso pretty near time to swear oil. Mm. J. G. Blaikc will spend the winter is Washington. Herb Mot will shortly appear up on tho stage in "The Weavers." Better begin practicing writing 1895. It will take several days to get roar band in. A MKiTixa of the democratic state central committee of Illinois will be held at the St. Nicholas hotel at Springfield. Monday evening, Jan. 7, for tbu purpose of electing officers for me ensuing two years, etc. Tnr. Carnegie company has cut wages at the Homestead mills from 10 to :d per cent. Carnegie a pur pose it to make tne wormngmen pay hack the amount of money refunded the government on fraudulent armor plate. W r. are now within a few days of next vear, and there arc promises of a lively political time in Ohio. The Canton, Ohio, News-Democrat says that there are already 16 candidates lor governor ot Ohio, with do coun ties yet to hoar from. SrKixGriELD Register: The dem ocrats of Wooster, Ohio, have de cided to celebrate Jan. 8, for the 40ib consecutive time. If there is anything left for the democrats of Ohio to be enthusiastic over, certain ly there is no reason why Illinois democrats should not observe Jack on day. The commemoration of this day will be a good time to rath cr geimine democratic inspiration in reviewing the military and civic ca reer cr the ncro of ew Orleans. Gek. Kelly's" army is living high in San Francisco and it taken four officers to watch it. There are a lot of convicts among them, and sme of tbem have been nabbed to answer further felony charges. The army expected to make a flying trip tf Sacramento, but was warned that it would be given a red hot reception, and so it concluded to bang onto its ban hrancisco picnic till the robbins nest again. "The only place we intend to move upon," say's Kelly, will be (irovcr's villa. Washington, and by all that is good ana iioly, we intend to camp in Washington again: to keep on camp ing ana marcning until we nave bill passed by congress to provide work lor unemployed American citi sens." Kelly onght not only to be urirea on the grass, if be gets up annincr tramping expedition, but oil tne farm. Aanen,TeTet: fl Loan I eKublic The movement to pat the state ot 111 inois In absolute possession and man' agetnont of the Lincoln monument anil tmb at Springfield is one which will certainly provoke no opposition in an - tiuarter wnere Do in the uigni ty and duty of the state are properly considered, me conditions wnu-n have existed there for years past nave ieen a reproacn to tne common wealth. Let the opportunity, partaking iKitn or insolence ami mendicancy, which has for years beset the visitors to that pi nee be brought to an end Let the state employ a custodian whose remuneration shall be sufli clent to lift him above the sale of relics, photographs, or other articles ot doubtful value and authenticity Let the service be free and courte ous. If one attendant is not enough, ap point more. The state will not be grudging in such a work. Illinois is willing to pay for the removal of the profanation of hawking and fak ing around the tomb of her greatest citizen. Tha Laat ef tba Cantlnlrrrs. To a good many English pnoplo it Will 1 o a surprise to learn that the can tinier", who figures so picturesquely in 1 renin military pictures and on the atntfo df couiio opera, is nearly as ex tinct as the dodo. AL Casimir-Pericr granted an audienco lately to almost tho last specimen of this interesting class, who n known as JJuio. cnvo Bouvicr. In honor of tho occasion the goddess. for so she was styled in the Fifth cuiras siers when Louis Philippe was king, donned nor black glazed sailor hat, her blno tonic, with its triple array of gleam ing buttons, and the rest of the uniior:a. A strango figure mut this old 1-idy have cut as she marched through the Tlllago streets to the presidential cha teau. But they order things better in France, and iustoad of laughing the sood country folk wcru moved to tears, while the president received bis visitor with respectful emotion. London Pab- lio Opinion, The Akous delivered every even SPAIN IS STUBBORN. Uncle Sam Likely to Begin Re- taliation Soon. CLEVTLAIID ASKS FOB TEE FIGURES Vpmm Which, te Baae a rratlwiitlai That la Espe4 ta Cku tha Mat of Th lag A Claaee af the Old Merrill Tax- ir Law Ta He Vtillxea I a. trad ot tha Act at 1890 SUaattoa as Sa tha Carre acy mil. Washington, Deo. 87. The Spanish tariff question is the one that is attract ing most attention here during the holi day week and it appears that unless Spain backs water" very soon the threatened proclamation of retaliation will be issued. But the proclamation will impose "dls criminating flag duties" Instead of taking the course supposed to be authorized by the act of 18'JO. These discriminating duties will be lrnpascd on Spanish, Cuban and Porto Rioan import into the United States. The intimation of this purpose on the part ot the president is distinctly onnvcyed in a request received by the treasury department from the department of state to furnish it with detailed infor mation as to the amount of such imports and a list of the vessels carrying the Span ish flag which trade with our ports. lo Hack to tha Old Mar rill Tariff. It was tho original intention of the state department to have recourse to the power of prohibition of Spanish trade conveyed by the act of 1890, but as this power has never been exercised, and as It probably has been deemed best to follow in the line precedent, it is quite clear that the department has fallen back upon section 42ft of the revised statutes. A paragraph of the old Morrill tariff act, which still stands on the stat ute books, imposes a duty of 10 per cent, in addition to all other utics upon goods brought into the L nited States in ships of foreign countries, unless they are expressly relieved from the addi tional duty by treaty. These are nown as "discriminating flag do' ties. Section 422S aliove referred to authorizes the president to sus- Kjud tho benefits conferred by the discrim inating flag statute on being satisfied that any country is discriminating against the I cited Mates In the matter of trade. Screws l'ut to Spain Oaoa Before. It is a singular fact that the only coun try which has so far felt the force of this provision tif l:w is the very one against which it is . he again used. In 18S6 our relations v h S-nain were so strained that Presided le .and issued a proclamation reciting t nit -jaln had failed to carry out the firvt a ileoftho commercial agree ment a. Madrid Feb. 13, 1, which stipu' i .-u that the differential flag duties should be removed at once from the Unit ed States products entering Cuba and Porto Rico. And She Prom J tly Cllmbed Dowaj." Being satisfied that higher and discrim inating duties had liecn imposed he there fore revoked tho suspension of the dis criminating customs duties imposed in the ports of the T nited States upon Cu ban and Porto Kican products coming under the Spanish Hag. The effect of this action by tho president was almost in atnntancous. for in fourteen days there after he issued another proclamation stat ing that by an agreement entered into that day (Oct. '-7, $) tipain had re moved -the Eaiirce of our complaint and be again restored her to treatment under the favored nation clauses of our treaties. OUR TRADE WITH THE SPANIARD. Tha Halanee Tery Lararly Against V Ex cept Wit b dpala Heraelf. Treasury officials, at the request of tho state department, are engaged in collect ing statistics showing the volume of the trade that would be affected by a repeti tion or his action in 1836 by the president. It appears that the Spanish colonies would get much the worst of it. The tables show that during the fiscal year endial June 30 lust Culia alone exported to the United States goods to the aggregate vnlno nt f7r,u7!,2M and took from ns good to the amount of only 919,t&237. Porto Kica sent us in the same time goods valued at 3.1&,G34 and received in return goods to the amount of f2,75IT,64o. With the direct trado with Spain the case was reversed, for our exports to that country amounted to $13,114(76, against imports amounting to w .sri.87.. The tariff differences lictwcen Spain and the I nited t-totes arc being watched with interest by other sugar producing coun tries, particularly Hawaii and Brazil, as the execution of secretary Greeham's threat to discriminate against Cuban pro ducts will create a heavy demand for raw sugar, now brought almost exclusively from Cuba. Mr. Hastings, in charge of the Hawaiian legation, is an interested observer of the Spanish negotiations. The Hawaiian sugar planters have been giv ing close attention to cuba of late, many of them visiting the island and studying the Cuban processes of making sugar. One of them wrote Mr. Hastings re cently of the antiquated methods prevail' Ing, and another Hawaiian planter pointed out to him that the Cubans got buti'5 tons of cane and two tons of actual sugar to tbe acre. Tho Hawalians thought that double this yield should bo obtained and that Cuban plantations could not exist if cut off from tbe u nited states market. Being only 100 miles from this country they deicnt entirely on it for disposing of their great product, Hawaii would expect to Ix-ncfit if Cuba were shut out. The Hawalians expect soon to conclude European treaties. Minister Thurston has written Hastings briefly from Lisbon to the effect that his trip to Spain la prov ing entirely satisfactory. The msnister has visited many European countries for the purpose of inducing them to renew their treaties of commerce and amity with the now republic of the Pacific. He also sought to make arrangements for lm- gration to Hawaii of the better classes of tbe laborers. bold Beaervn a Eltlle Over M.OOO.eM Washington, Dec. 57. The cash balance in the treasury at the close of business yes terday was 153,8u7,15 ana tho gold re serve tU4,06B,5L Up to this date the withdrawals of gold from the sub-treasury at Kew York amount to 138,500,000, which t8,7iW,U03 was for export. Cookrast Will Mot Attend. of Washington. Dec 27. Representative Bourke Cockran, of New York, will not attend tbe meeting of the executive com mittee of Tammany Hall next Saturday. This meeting, called by John J. Martin immediately following the latter personal arraignment of Cockran by ex-Chinf Cro ker.has been regarded as a means of bring ing the two face to face. Cock ran has ot yet received any notice of the meet ing, although Martin says the notice has been forwarded. But in any event Cock ran has no present intention of attend ing. Ho has not attended a meeting in two years. Oaa Enma for Chans Wheat, Washington, Dec 27. Our consul at Bamberg, Louis Stern, has submitted some statistics to the department of state showing the remarkable stimulation of trade between Germany and Russia son sequent upon the negotiations of the new commercial treaty. The imports of Rus sian grain into Germany, in particular, have reached such proportion that the consul believes it proper to call the atten tion of the American trade to the fact. The exportation of this Russian grain into Germany during the first ten months of the current year has Increased 106.2 per cent, and of barley 21 per cent., as compared with the present year. Indians Authorized to Cat Timber. Washington, Dec. 27. The president has authorized the Indians on the White Earth and Red Lake Indian reservations In Minnesota to cut and sell the dead tim ber on their reservations, aggregating be tween 35,000,000 and 0.000,000 feet, de stroyed by fires and cyclones during the past three years. LfcGAL Kiacator'n Notice. Of Hans Elcfeldt, Tne undersigned having been appointed exem ix of tha last will and testament of Hans Ein- feldt, lata of tha county of Bock bland, stata of Illinois, deceased, heresy gives notice that sbc will appear before the county court of Bock Island county, at loe offee of the clerk ot aid eonrt, la the city of Bock Island, at the arch tcim, on toe nrst Monday hi March acxu at able a time all persons h&Tinr cim'.ma aeainst aid aetata are notified snl requested to attend i or tne purpose or timrirg tne same adjusted. All nereuns Indebted to said eslata are re- attested to sake imsMdiate payment to the an- aersianeo. Dated this ?4-h riav o Pccemher, A. S. 18M. CAROLINE KINF.LDV. Exoc trix. Administrator's Notice. Xstata of Ca'herine Frev. deceased. The nndersirned harine been aotiointeS admin istrator of tbe estate of Catherine Frey, lata of the county of Rock Island, stain uf Illinois, de oeaeed, hereby eiTe notice tost be will appear exore tne county conn or ttoc K ipiana coun ty, at tbe off re of the fieri nf at- id court, la the city of Kock Island, at the Fcbtca-y trrm, on the first Monday in Fibrotry peal, at whtcb time ail pemms having claim acaintt said es tate are noticed and requested to fttt4-i.u for the purpose or having the same adjnrtcd. All perons Indebted to said estate are request ed to make immeCiate payment to tha under signed. Oated this 14 h daror Ttrrembrr. A. I). 194. WILLIAM s'KEY, Administrator. Execntor'a Notice. Kttc of A' na M. srbo-nnin?, dereaard. Tbe nndtfivipned havini; (mtd aipointed rxm tnraof the lat will 111 t-tamrct of Anna M Schoenning.lstc 4 ihe eocn'y af Rnck Irls&d.etate nf Illinois, deceased, hereby piveiiotiee that Ifary nrill sppear before Ibe emimv roan of hock IftUnd coumy. at the office nf the c'irrk of said court, in the city of Rock Island, at the February term, on the first Monday in February, nest, at mhich tine an persons bavine elaims rxainst -nm estate are notified and reqaeeted to attend, for the DarDoea 01 nsvuiK uie rame aajapteo. All peiaocs indcMed to sum rr"ate are reqaes ted to mue i turned is la payment u tbe under- eieo. Dated th's 4th day of December, A. C 18M. FRED 8CHOESNINO. EENBT ALLEMANG, Executor. ('banx-ery Hotiee. STiTE Or ILLINOIS. I Koca Iklakd Cocbtv. I In tbe Circnit Court, in Cbmnery January tmi A. D lHSfi. Joseph McHshon rs Henry C. Connery. idmin- Istraior, 0. b. n. c. u a. of the estate of farah B. Cobb, deceased, ot at, la csancoty. Bill for rpeciuc Peifonn&nce. AtBdavit of non-r"idrnce of William P. Rn. cler, Daniel Rui;g!e. Zenan P. Rngglra, f "nrdHia raifrc. Lacy u. itniniier. n imam l.. Kupgie. Lyaia K. Uott. Samuel D. Kueslrs, Kichard M Karvlet, Edward s. huntler, Sarah C. aiiecles. Mortimer K. Kafrjlea, Uardiocr Buzy!cs, Lytna Paige, Cordelia rnire, Oren Paiire, Frederick Allen, and tbe unknown beirs and dtviaoes of Sarah B. Cobi. deceased, havin? been filed in tbe clerk's office of lbs circuit court of said county, notice is therefore hereby mrcn 10 the Kaid non-retdct t deiendanta thi.t tne complainant filed bis b:ll cf complaint In said court on -he chancery pirie thereof .on tne 2?th asy or November. 1H1. kiH that tuereupon a a summons t8sawl out of said roort. wherein said suit is now pend na retornahle on tbe first Mon day in ine muntn 01 January, next, as la bylaw required, kow. nuleps you. tbe paid non-repi- drnt defendants above named. Willm P. Hag gles, Daniel Rusies, Zena P Buggies, Cordelia raure. Lucy o. Haaarics, 1111am u. Kuccies, L dia a. GotU Samuel D. Kueelos. Hichard M. Kueeles. Kdward . Rue'ea. Karah V. Hnzsles. Huiiiu. t, b..l ( ' - 4 . U .. ... , ...... raifc-e, uircella 1'aiirc, tireu raige, rrWenck Alien, and tbe noknown heirs and diriaees ofBarah B. Cobb, dereaaed, and ehall ncraon ally be and appear before said circuit court on the first day of tbe next term thereof, to be boldcn at Mock Inland in and for the said county, on tbe first M ndar in Jaanary next, and plead, answer or di mnr to the raid conrplaio ant bill of complaint, ibe same and the matters and thinca therein cliarrad atd s ated will be ink en as eonfeesed, and a decree entered against )ou accuruiug 10 tne prayer ot saia iu. Itocx leiana, Illinois, ftor. X7, 1WH. GEOKOB W. GAMBLE. Clerk of (aid Court. BAKKS. THE MOLINi. STATE SAVINGS BANK. Hollne. IIL O Sloe Comer FUtaekta street and Third At CAPITAL. 810O.OO0.00. 8nrxentheMollneavuis bans.. 0.-fanlsadtS s rercm mm pub m mam. OrKanlaefi under htate Laws. Open from a. m.toSu expand WeSneedayand oaturoay meats fromTWBpm Poann Saiansa, PrasMcrl Tlce-Freeidaal Uaahln T. V. alBBjurway, Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells, O. A. Rose, " . A Ainsworta, O. H. Kdwarda. W. H. Adama, Andrew Fritters;, C. F. Hesmawar, BLram Dsritaa. festern Investments GUARANTEXD REAL ESTATE LOANS for novate narttes la tea apot of the west by the Orchard State Bant nt OaUMAP.D, MB3AJIAA. a W. Danr, rraaldant. I.aiUxer Oasblex. KxrsKXMCxa. nUtcbell M Lrads. Bankera. J. W. BeMBssei, Oaealet Bosk Island hationaj lask. O. C. Carter, W. D. Bewry Dart ficue. Wbolesale ftroers Pure IG Empress Josephine FagePouderi The drugs wHich enter into its composition are so perfectly harm less that it can be eaten without the slightest injurious effects. The ingredients used in the manufac ture of this most justly celebrated Face Powder are selected not only on account of their beautifying nrr nerties. but also by reason of their healing and soothing effect upon the skin. Empress Josephise is an invisi ble Face Powder, which is un equaled for smoothness, softness, and purity, and is pronounced by connoisseurs "tie E3t tafttt KtiT In three shades : White, Flesh, and Brunette. Far Sail it 25c. and 5Sc p En, t-j T. H. THOMAS. Druggist, cor. Sev enteenth hi. and Second av. and Mar shall & Fisher, Harper House Phar macy. . PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOKKKTS. n. e. oomtBLXv. B. BV. OC9IXBU.y. Ccuneily & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OTVe accord Eoor. over Bilebell A Lynda's oaa. ainnay to ioaa. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Office in Rock friend National Baak baildlnc. B. d. swaaasy. cLviun, Sweeney 6c Walker, Attorneys and Councillors at Law OfSee In Ber Toon's P'oca. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Legal bastaras of all knfls nrotnwtly attsaaed to. staie-a Aaorncy ox uoca isiana county Office, rostoffloa block. McEniry & McEniry, Attornevs at Law. Loan money on rnnd aeenrlty; majre eollee- Hoaa. Referaree. BU lobe 11 m L reda, Office, Postonice Biooa. PBTOCIAX8. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at EtaasscD's livery stable. Telephone 11? E L. Martoa. M. D. Office over Cartz It tllcraeyer's druj store. Residence Til Twenty-fourth stro. Office telepuoae 1067. Besldence u-lepnone 1SJH. Office hours to 11 am and Z to 4 and S to S p m j. a. Bouwaoaa. a. St. Drs. Borth & Bollowbnsh, Physicians and Surgeons. Cfteeeustt-lst. Bcsldesea TS1 Slst et, Telephone leer, USS Dr.Sarth SlaWaa. I to S and t to So. as. Br, Holhiwlinsh-. 10 to IS, am, Sto&andtto8p,sa, Dr. GLas. 1L Robertson, Eje, Ear, Tom and Throat Only Oftoe, Vnitttaker Block, soaihweet Thirt sad Brady streets, Davenporu Iowa Boo as 11 and IS. Bonn: to 11 a. act to p. ax. Dr. B.G Miller, Specialist. Over 30 y-ars experience has made Im portant r '"wo- eric, which enable him to make marvelous cures la acute sad chronic diseases. RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA Included. Office In Beeebcr's bending. 1109 Sec ond evenne. Office hours: 9 a. m. tot p. m. AKCHITECTB. Erack & Kerns, Architects and Superintendents. Swa S T M C A BuUdlna. corThi:d aenne and Nineteen d atrect. Edvrard L. Hammatt, Architect. Onee. Room 41. ItttcbeD A Lvade BnlMlac. Geo. P. Btaudnhar, Architect. Plans and rapermtendeaes for all class af Buildings. Booms St and en, afltcaell Lrade BnlldlbaT. Take elevat"r. CITT OfTICBBB. W. A. Daxlinc Citj Engineer. Bnford Bteek, ever n aweenn stera. ntnrn ' R. M. Peioe, Dentist. oosas and n laaitchea ft Lyase's BalMiait. Taaa sievalar THE TRAVKLEBS GUIDB. rH1CAQO. BOOB HLeUrD paodto - nn.- taiaaa naraaa Fifth TBATHft. Aenvar LisstMd Omaha. M. Werta. Dearer LC. Minneapolis Oauha Dee Moines tOsaaha Kneaa City Omaha A Dee Botnas Ex... tUmaaa Das Motaea Kx.. Denver, Lincoln M Omaha.., St. rani Mtameapole..... St. Fnal Minneapolis.... Denver, ft. WertA B.C.. is ansae city sa. joeepa. (Rack lalaod Washiagnna Chlcagn A Pes Matnen , Amral. t tDatiy. aUothaiadaUr. ralenheae 10S3. P. m. Pi Aft. strsst. kt. J. loona. TRaivs. SvLaaiakiDfaaa 1M Bt. Uwis Uprass......."..' I- 7:10 sterling, unDoqoe a o. rw i r Benrdwowa Pannagaf ..... -rm aierling. Irpnqne a et.Pal;t T an sto Dally. tPaily except bnndsy. rHlCAOO. BtLWAUBBB v miV..Vaekaa A Samth' tWiM Tnmtictk atrect. hstwas Second avaaaca, S. D. W. Holmes, Aaaat. TRAfTSS. aaarra alaU and Kgnwaa I t SMI ass P St-Paal Express 4 Ml aa U:45aa Dock Islaitd Peoria Railwav I tN Depot First Aveane and Twentteth street. r. a. uocawcii, Afenu TRAINS, Lnava i ABssva 8; 08 asa TOT nei Fast MaU Express.... Rxneeaa.... ........ 1:1 KB iitisaai Canle Aocommodrntiea . . . 1:40 m SjSOBsal DCRLIKOTOH, C Northern Railway, Ckdab Rapids depot feat af Brady treat. Davenport. Jaa. atortoB, Mn. Tat . raae, Afranu Devanpon Tralas. taava I A nam Mojri Paaapiutar.... lyaUlht Weal Ulwrty Train Pasainaai., bT:10 "So. " MOM Prelahi M-aSasa 'hlt-A4 aiS:pra : bsftasa a raui. aiuaiiv ezeent annonv. Uoiaa' Berth. MolRa stoma and east. No. IS rune between Cedar Rapids and West LiDeity. NEW TIME -TO Springfield, Jacksonville c St. Louis VIA Effective Dec. 24. We offer to the public best passenger service above points as follows: LvRockIrland,.....S.J6am 1:45 pss I:4Sps Ar Peoria.. ....... 11 :90 n m SBpra Lv Peoria lS.-rs p at :10 p a Ar BprlnpScld S:10pm S:ejpm Ar 8L Looia 7:10 p Ar Jacksonville.... S:K p ftrUpi Baal. waaw, t IMaea t:eea tSMassniipSBSB t S:S5 ass Sjansa tt ass SMSass t:4ex:Isa T Jasai tSSasa lt:S0aa t l:llia a SdOess 1 1:10 aea e:aam t Snas aiSeaaitt-.Uasa a :4W am til: 10 pes ail 8 aea t S:S ess aitSam tS:S8ai t 1J0: ntl :S1 est S:ltaa 1:15am tuta Passengers have ample time to pro cure liinner or Luucu at rcoria Union Depot. at-Tfaaisn. Lv 8L Xonls T.il Lv Sprlngaeld 11 -.so Lv Jackronville 7;0 Ar Bock Island 1 :50 p R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. Depot foot of Twentieth SU Bock Island, IU. AWOIIAIT Who does not want her washing done in the shortest time and neatest way is hard to find. Those who use Aim-WASTTK.ATO SOAP Get the best results, because it is made from such materials that it cannot injure the most delicate fab ric and will save time and labor. BEAD ZX2Z3TXXT3, Follow them and you will find you - have struck a good thing. Q25A? 2CX ELA IA3C3API Softens the skin, heals chapped hands and removes grease, paint etc. IVcrr.oc!: & Rclca aew Soap Haters, Eock UImmA, p(QHINA GIFTS. In no class of merchandise may as Iriattif and appropriate remembrances of the Hoi id season be secured. At Lorenzen's Great Holiday Sale cvtnthi: known in China is exhibited. The atten.la; r.l t . 1" i oi mose wno are as yei more gifts is especially Great Holiday 5 Now on. It is difficult to imagine the choice Think of Plates from 5c to $25 each: Cups and Saucers from 10c to $20 each; Salad Howls fror 50c to $11; Sugars and Creams from 35c to s, e) per pair; Bric-a-brac at all prices. But. enough has been said to show that every well ryul.-;: family should dispense at least one Hoiid present of a China nature. imtn t iT'tT 114 ivv 1 11114 ii Third and H.rrissnSts. Something Useful After you get through Looking for Bar gains come around and buy something use ful and stylish in Shoes or Slippers For a nice holiday gift of us. Our stock is very large, and complete in every detail; therefore the selection is much greater. Buy now and exchange later if not right CORK SOLE SHOES. OMFORTABLE, HEAP. to Cor. Seccad J. T. i: MEItCHAlW -TAIL0B And Dealer in Men's unueciucu upon invited. Sale offered. rfsH'tT n I n 11- 14 ii 1 rnunr' 1 ai i Gents they keep the feet dry. No Rubbers needed. and Harrison Ms. DIXON Fine Woolens. 1708 Oeoond Avenue. Bee Hive ii4.:2 strt-ct, Jat cp ;BEAriT CLOAK AND IIILLINEHY SALE Of the SEAfn NOW IN I Kr' RESS. FKICE5 CUT IN TWO. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. BEE HIVE, 1 1 W. 2nd SL, Davenport 1- ing at your aoor at iw a we.