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HREATEST QALE OF Q HOES IT Ever inaugurated commences at ADAMS' SJLTnTTjJDjLTS-, DEO. 5. AND CLOSES JL'TTJJ&lDArsr, DEC. 12. Without reserve every pair of shoes goes in this wonderful sale at 20 Per Cent Discount and this means: 80c for ft $1 Shoe. fl for $1.25 Shoe. fl.20 f ir 1. 50 Shoe, 11.60 for a 2 Shoe, We shall sell Ladies' first quality Rubbers for 25c; same in Storm Rubbers at ;.qs. No old ttock or shelf worn goods, but the nattiest and up-to-date kind yo j will get. Bring along yonx cash and save nv. ney. A great line of Holiday Slippers. Nice fresh stock to select from at ADAMS', the bargain giver. P AM 0 I4SM0EO Will Surely Diamonds DYKE'S RUBBER HALF - SOLES ll Prepared for Adjustment to Any Shoe. Anyote Can Affix Them In Five Minutes. They keep your feet warm and dry. Useful for Bicyclists, Tennis Players, Vacationists, for btach wear and mountain climbing. Thou sands wear them. For sale by Sole Agents. THE SCHOMACKER Electro-Gold String Pianos Have attained their celebrity solely on account of Merit. Wherever publicly exhibited in competition they have Invariably received THE HIGHEST AWARli A.lih" Intcrntl0Bl Exhibition ftt Crystal Palace. N. Y.. In 1853 over 100 pianos on exhibition-First Priae to the Schomacker Piano.' , tha rnklta Institute w Philadelphia in 1315, 1859, and again in 1874. " At the American Institute in New York in 1858. At tho Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848. At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1871. The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards sold cgnrnrcouaiy. von 28 tsars at Wallace's Music Store .JSJP&gwn msm The Biidge Line Cars ill cake you to oar store Corner Third and Harrison street, DAVENPORT. DIRT DEFIES THE AFOLIO IS GREATER THAN 0 12 for ft 2 59 Shoe, 2. 40 for ft $3 Shoe, 3 20 for ft 4 Shoe, tl for a 5 Shoe. O- Please You. Do Your Own HaU-Soling And Save Money. 1704 Second Ave. KING." THEN ROYALTY ITSELF. k BJkRBSE. JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN. imUttwu Swore mt Gsrmt UtorMt rrom tfco lPFr . j Joslin, Dec. 9. If debts couM be paiJ with confidence farmers wonld cot be the least concerned as to the j present price of corn nd hoes. Bev. Broct hts commenced revival meeting at the Rose Hill Uaited Brethren meetings nonce, which re to be continued so long as an interest is manifested. Mrs. Hubbart, mother of C M. Hubbart, of Fulton, has been vjsiting her son and family for abaut week She makes it a prao-ice to come to Joslin very frequently. Andrew Jansen, who has worked upon the John Joslin farm for over a year, has hired ont to Roland Whiteside, who will manage his father's farm located near to Joslia station. Ed Dosahey, who has ben a great snflf rer with the quinsy for a couple of weeks, is now on the mend, and is again behind his counter, wait ing upon customers, and handing oat the mail. It is reported that Elzie Walker and Herman Sohoemacker lost ft dressed calf while on their way to Moline Friday last, but they were fortunate in finding the man who picked it np, and he gave it up to them. Jesse Walker is agent for ft Chi cago firm in the pioture frame busi ness. Anyone having had ft photo graph of their re -idenca taken by Mr. Burnand, of Port Byron, can have tbem framed at the least possi ble cost. Ed McMurpby, of Moline, who owns considerable land in the neigh borhood of Joslin, comes np fre quently by train, to see to his farm lug interests renting of his laud, stock arrangements and other busl. ness matters. Sylvester Daily will occupy tho new residence he is building and his son, John, of Moline. will reside in the one in which his father now re sides. Mr. Dailey will have three residences upon his farm, not far apart, beside a creamery and a whole host of outbuildings. Prof. Roger, of the Port Byron Academy, and F. S. Gates, of Port Byron, were recently working io our vicinity in the interest cf the acad. roy. Jesse and Will Donahoo, Frank Sheppard. Frank Swank. Al vin Frels, Fred Schafer, Samuel Wainwright and Roy Djiley are at tending. Lizzie Danbsr has been engaged to teach at the Cement school house for the present winter term, Myron Yoltonatthe Wake's school. Mua Davies, cf Davenport, at the Willow vale, Miss Mamie Dillon at the Walker, and Miss Lucy Dunbar at Joslin. No sickness is now intf re ferring with the children's attend ance. King Matthews has bnilt him a res idence upon the Walker estate, and be, with his family, is now residing there. It was Mrs. Matthews1 40th birthday Sunday last, and the whole Walker family of brothers and sis ters, with their wives, had a family fathering at the Matthew residence to celebrate the event. The claim for rent that Kerry Stephenson had against Louis Ben. der, and npon whose crop of corn he levied, has been amicably settled, a friend of Mr. Bender 'having ad. vanced the money. Mr. Bender con eiders himself, and is lookedapon by his neighbors as an honest man, and ho claims that his reputation has been injured by the publicity given to the whole aiTair. There has been about 112 of costs incurred that might have been avoided. MCLTL'M IN PaRVO. COBDOVA CtJLUNUS. Cordova, Dec. 9. J. J. Roach, of Bock Island, spent Saturday at home. Howard Wilson left Monday for Chicago. Stocum & Like shipped a car load of hogs Mondsy. Born, Dec. C, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ktmmel, a boy. There will be a social dance at Storkwell's hall Christmas night. Miss Flora Pearsoll. of Port Byron, visited with friends here Saturday and Sunday. The remains of Frank J. Drexel ware brought to Cordova for burial Monday. Mr. Drexel was a former rosident cf Cordova, but for the pst 10 years had resided wi h bis farai'y at Dubuque. He had been a au Surer for some time from a cancerons dis ease, which finally took him from this life in his 46m vear. He leaves a wife and two children, one daugh ter, Katie, and one son. John. Mrs. Drexel and children returned to their home at Dubuque Tueaday. Tho Earort. o CUoaota. A e'imate sot aecteeirPy anketltbf oftea rare so to those unacc attested to ft. Tte ac ClImi'tD; pioctM rce:ri auarotilj i'oi la law coat:t it'ois. Thereto, to rarer, a aaediciaal neaas cfaccltKStiic. It of wbki rr.ldcaU or in n 1 taa-tttet me4 : m;ric rlimcta bar tot fceea tie to trail thrureW ITue- jo- dj tetter'e 6toa-ch Bitten to a wk oil ra'ezaa' oJ aceUaat-ejc totic of etaaeard r. patt!oa. which MTekn. caiouU, loarku, anriasra ad other wvoee futee az.4 purenils eatall ex-poa-,bj ,-etioa to caugvsof teatperatare. aa araalor a-jwaolcaone diet or w.-ttr, and tee fatlEue aitea lant apoa Vmg jooroere ay land or oea,coacar la fmntcif it reliable, agreeable aad nra. At a realtor tor dao.deia of toe liTer. toauch aad bsvala. aery prara'ent ta Baterioaa t2loaj aad the tropica, aa a prerauie of fever adaxaa,rtieaaaUcBi aat kidney troaaIes.aad a a KstoratiT of v'for, n is also held la tfce hifhtat ecttaatir. The person who disturbed the con- gregauon last Sunday by coughing is ' requesiea to to call on u. It. Bonn- sea ana get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar which always gives relief. Subscribe tor lu iuot PORT BYRON POINTS. Heee mt llmUuKU I Vrpmr Ead mt U Orantr. prt Hrmn iwv Un xr. ul. of Meeker. Colo.. -i visiting relatives in Moline. George Hassoa. of Moline. visited nis momer, aire. a. uasson. uonday B. L. Swisher, of Coe. had a stroke of paralyris Tuesday and is slill in a critical condition. Mrs. X C. Swingley has had a bay window built on the 'south side of her residence this wet-k- Rev. W. B. Ladd, of PropheUtown, will preach in the Congregational church again next Sunday. rror. U. 11. rergueon, of the High scho 1, is in Chicago this week as ft witness in the supreme court. Mrs. Mary Rswe. who has beetj visiting her daughter. Mrs. W. H. H. Dow, returned home Monday. Luther Hutchinson's health does not improve. Hi eon, Usorge, of Moliae, tame np to see him this evemnz. Gsrnett ft M-txwell are buildio? cribs on the La ruber company's lot. south of the saw mill, preparatory to onying ?orn. A. (. Brewster has put new tim bers in the platform scales ia front of Lis store and built a new wagon shed along the nortn side of the store. At the regular meting of Syca more camp 31. M. W. A., Tuesdav evening. Dee. 8. the following cfll. cers were elected: Consul, K. L Carry: advisor, J. V. Norm and; clerk. W. S. Grove; b inker. E. M. Rogers; escort, S. J. Maxwell; phy sicians, J. M. O. Brnner and W. S. Block; watchman. A. Necker; sentry. H. J. Bealer; manager. A. A. Olin; delegate, R L. Cnrry. Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Gates, f t Independence, Mo., visited Saturday with F. S. Gates, while on teir way home from Chicago. Mr. Gates has many warm friends here in his boy hood home, who congratulate asm on having been elected judge of the circuit court of Jackson eonnty. Mo., last month. Notwithstanding he is a staunch democrat, party lines seem to hava been entirely elimi nated in Mr. Gates' case. The Woman's Relief corps of Eugene Lyford post. G. A. Re elected the following cflicers at its regular meeting Saturday last: President. Mrs. W. Nicholson; senior vice president. Mrs. A. Adams; jun ior vice president. Mrs. M. K. Ed monds; chap ain. Mrs. E. W. Thomp son; treasurer. Mrs. J. L Simonson; secretary. Miss Lillian Cox; conduc tor. Mrs. W. F. Garaett; guard. Mrr. J. Swisher; organist, Mrs. R. M. Sav age. MERIT MAKES IT FAMOUS Tho Only Kamody M tho World. Kcoept Hordes,! Operation, That Wilt Cer tainly i nn any roraa or rile. The study of physician, the ex periments of chemists, the loudly advertised pretensions of quacks, have been for 5 ears expended in one direction; to find a pile cure that would cure. The results have been a number of harmless, and in most cases, useless ointmsnts, suppositories and even internal remedies, which the public have weighed in the balance of ex perience and found wanting; nearly all of them gave some relief, but nothing approaching a radical cure resulted from these preparations. The remedy required is one which will immediately atop tho pain si se vere in many cases 01 puca, ana tben by contracting the smell blood ves sels (capillaries) to their normal sixe. produces a radical cure by reducing anu cuauy aosoroing Ine tumors ana neaung me tnnamed, raw mu cous surfaces. Until two yars ago, no such rem edy had been produced, but at that time a suppository was placed npon the market, which has since proven itself to be the long sought perma nent enre for the common and dis tressing trouble; it has rapidly be come famous thronghont the Uaited Mates and Canada, and ii now sold by nearly all druggists under the name of the Pyramid Pile Cure. It is now the best known, because its merit and safety have adver tised it wherever used. It has been advertised by word of mouth, from one sufferer to another; people who nau incv vTBTyintog else, cvensuo muting to painful aad dangerous sfrgloal operations without avail have b nally found that piles may be Corel without pain and withiut ei pease, practically, a the Pytarnid Pile Care is told for the nominal price of 50 cents and ft per package. The pyramid Instantly etops all pain and at the same time contains no cocaine, morphine or narcolW; tne acfis ana healing properties con tained in the remedy speedily re- moTr, ranee a neaJlBIol, ftatoral eon traction and absorption of the tumors; it will enre any form of rec tal trouble except cancer and ad vanced fistula, which, by the war. nearly always result from neglecting proper and timolv treatment for pucn. As above stated, ran furnish you w:m tao ryramid Pile Core at 60 cents lor ordinary size or f 1 for large package. A book on cause and cure of piles sent free by addressing Pyramid Co., Albicn, Mich. Very cheap round trip rates for hanters to points ia Arkansas. Lcu isianaaad tfonthwest Missouri, via the Chicago, Peoria ft St. Loais rail. way. Ticket good SJ days. Tickets good Si da vs. For particulars Inquire of local ticket agent, or the undersigned. W. J. McLeah. u. r. 1. a.. CP XSLLS.B. Springfield, 111. OFFICERS ARE ELECTED. St. Paai Laelaa. Saw Waadaan VhtMV nMk. St. Paul lodge 107. Knights of Py thias, last evening elected the fol lowing cflicers for tha earning year C. C H C Cleaveland. V. C Sam Arndt. Prelaw Charles J. Searlo. M. W F. J. Staassea. K. of R. ft S Theodora A. Siafert M. P. William btewart. M. K H J. Frick. M. A W B. Graves. Trustee W. F. M .rris. Tato RnkMM. Ivland City lod?e 11. Brotborliwwl of Railroad Brakomen. has elected the foliowiag officers: Master W. W. Street. Past Master H. 8. Haasea. Financier A. F. Greater. Secretary C. M. Frvw. Deleirata to Toronto ConToalioa W. W. Street; alternate, I. Johasoa. Journal Agent I. Johasoa. Physician Dr. J R Hollow bush. atarfc laioad Caaar. Rock laland eamn. i9. If. W. A . has elected the foliowiag officers: . . - w. t. cramer. W. A J. G. IJ ad hoi me. E B F. P. Baumbarh. Cierk S. Mattison. Ecort A Timbnrlake. Watchman H. liamiltaa. 8entr U. II. Wright. Maoairer William Fee. three years; J C. DAvenport. one year. 1 oyaicians u. c Darin aaa 4. U. Hollow busk. Delegate-J. E. Larkla: alternate. Phil Wllcher. Tarro my see Caaaaawy. The aanual meetine- of tha Tarla. City Ice company was held Tuesday aucrnoon at tne eoropsay'd otlice. All the old director wrre reelected and to their number Hcrmaa f!a. oecke and Nela Pierre were add4. The directors nerfertad thonriranlce. tioa by reelecting ail the officers: rreaKient 4. 1. itenwnrtny. Vice President F D. PauL Secretary C. A. Blakesley. Treasurer aad Manaeer Gecrre E. Lambert. Executive Committee V. D p.nt C. A. Blakesley. William Stole. Wanaaal Cam. Arsenal council 171. National Union, has elected these officers: President A. II. Hed. Vice President J. II. Reeves. Speaker W. W. Bowlby. Treasurer P. Grenoawalt. Secretary B. V. Lara ont. Financial Secretary L. C. I'foh. Usher W. P. Totten. Sergeant George Bennett. Doorkeeper Paul Iteltleh. The union will Install Its oilieora at the firrt meeting ia January. TAYLOB BtlltuB ToriCS. Taylor Ridge. Deo. 9. John Ziener was quite sick Jast week. Mrs Tapp went to Milan Saturday morning. Mr. Spickler is shelling eora for W. E. Crawford, at tho Ridge. Jonas Lnger spent Sunday with his daughter. Mrs. Ad die Connelly ine young ioits 01 Krynolds are going to give a ball at the hill Fri uav. There will be services at Taylor Riige church Saturday evening of mis weea. The Lend-t-Haad circle of the Edgirgton Presbyterian church, will give a Mystery Tea" social at the residence of Mr. and Mr. S. C Tsy lor, Friday evening. Dee. IK. ILL.HUALK MIV. niiiadaio. r. a Willi... rv.... lass, of Geneteo, was ia our borg last Tharsdsy. Bert Parker sprained his ackle Saturday. Cass Genung's little boy has been sick with diphtheria. P. II. Widemann took a load of chickens to Geneaeo Taetday. George Butser. of Dutch Bottom was over Saturday delivering bock wheat. He hauled it across the river by band. J. M. Schall shipped hogs last Thursday and is taking ia another ear load today. The plague hat broken ont ia several places, which makes the farmers aat ions to sell. Voe Cm Wan When yonr blood is pure, rich and aourisning lor nerve aad ma teles. The blood is the vital flaid. and when it Is poor, thin and impure yoa mast ettaer saner irem some lt treesing disease or yoa will easily an a victim to snanea cnanges, ex posure or overwork. Keep joar b:ood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla WW"! WBil. Hood's rills are the best after dia ler pill: assist digestioa, care bead- acae. cents. A Cascarets Candy Catbsrtie. the most wonderful medical diaeovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste, art reatlv and positively on the bowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, cure bead echo. ever, naoituai constipation; ana dm iousness. Please bu v aad try a box olCC-ll tadar: 1(1. 25. b'd rata Soli and gnaraatoed to car by all u(ugiati. Beni. Iagersoa. of Hattoa. lad.. says he bad aot spokea atove a whia- Per for months, aad oae bottle of oley'a Honey and Tar restored his voice. It is ned very largely by paakers aad aiagera. Sold by M. F. vaaaseo, Jast try a 10 cent box of C if caret. the fiaeit liver aad bowel regulator ever made. Sabacrlba lor lu Amc. igMTiiyiaii AN ELEGANT with cech SWEET CATORAL C0GAROTES AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. It's in mm f - v I r I 1 &m '1 t -VJVSS THE POPULAR SUBJECT IFTSIISIH! QIIILaiISlHl . , , , , K-ft cpL0- O" Kvsu luuugm att 4i up Are almost a gift. Owing to the high quality o! material we use In our plates we COuld not afford to maW them for $6. The price Is S8. Bridge work, the most sden. tific and modern way of replacing teeth. We do th!i war at one-half price. Sc. We extract teeth Doddvple v " to the gums no gas, ether, danger. For a ahort time we wfJI nrant rmr tatmn earl tla o ..tw .t tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure. All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and sec us Consultation and examination free. New York Dental Parloro, UHm Iaunrif Proprietor. i 1 15 EoCt Third tvUreet, - BUTTON FREE pedtego cf a Feather nis natf.3 He knew where the Latest Style Fa. I Hats were to be found 4he lcini that loolcs the best, wears the longest acd costs the least. You will find that all of our hati are made of the finest mateml, and It pays to buy high quality head-wear. WI HA VI BOTH Froe Silver a Gold Our tUrct fillings at 50c bre hivic itll m WJiJtr Will k Bold crowns at $5. and our t 1 . - - 1 now nat n'x:t v!lH an ar.r.ff.at. W"- " " aatSeVAaeaVl tof U chloroform, coaaequently no ... Davessort. la