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BUT NO STYLE TAKES THE PUCE WHICH THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS. For a Fine Dress Shoe We have a Patent Leather in the sam3 TOE with a cloth top. For a Business Shoe We have this TOE either in Calf-Skin or a B a CaH. We are well equipped to please you in the latest styles. We have the same style of TOE in Ladies" wear, either in our 3 grade or higher priced stocks. You call and see us and you will be pleased. ADAMP ASHOEJ ARK WELL MA UK AND GIVE SATISFACTION. Diamonds DYKE'S RUBBER HALF - SOLES All Prepared for Adjustment to Any Shoe. Anyone Can Afllx Them In Five Minutes. They keep your feet warm and dry. Useful for Bicyclists, Tennis Player?, Vacationists, for beach wear and mountain climbing. Thou sands woar them. For sale by w k Sole Agents. Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have yon got it? If not, consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chloivgo Medical Institute Permanently located in Davnport, lawe DR. T. If . WALSH, Se cuaicai tmtmM la twvof Cateate' wedleal colleges. CONSULTATION FEE. NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened in sanity, wajAtsjisnsrj, sassta! mtmtma, ot mj torn aneannss to nervosa axheaattoa sostavalv cared. CATARRH Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula. Bynhllla. Blood THnn ft "inrtfi mi pan mlj i mss lit ami ttrtaiilTT teia of medicine. VARICOCELE U the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat am-th-with other when w gaamtM yea a pMsuuMt eon la seven San -t ittt saSsm methiHi? HrOroeele cored In Utree day no tein. - WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as Wc have enred many fwt Riven op a hopolr. and we may he able In care too suivieal opcrniiou performed at your home it deeited. Abdominal aad brain nun-err a loecialtT OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the BestThe numerous ac knowledrcmenujwehavcreoetTid from the newspaper for ear renarkaKe ran ta both others fall mui4i i a iBiBnn w fwi wiiiuf.ii Therefore, oo not wane time -ONLY CURABLE If MM seareleyi it .an mi 40. toot Met ceaita. mere ia in eTery mini hat state f If aoC do sot experiment aaj longer offer ll.KX to tayooe pro Tin our credentalfali thru owe. So other epaelallsu offer jm each . OFFICE 114 W. Third Bt, MoOuUongh, Building, Davenport, Towm. Do Your Own Half-Soling And SaveMoney. MMEE, 1704 Second Ave. DR. J. K. WALSH. tmm oamge. warns ea st. aaUMLj' taM with etnere, hot eonoart oa at mi our eavmoea metnooa car where al mat you caa be eared. . hat conanlt at at enoe. we mhe '.t an oWeel htwta i iali propoeltieau CASES TAKKN- Hoars tsv.lhia.llaa. THE A KG US, THE NEW CLUB'S HOME. The Rock Island ocll and CfiiiHI Organization QinMn. A meeting of the directors of the Reck Island Club was held at the Harper laat evening to consider the plans for the new club house which 1'eter trie proposes to erect on his lot on Eighteenth street between first and Second avenues for the club's occupancy. The plana drawn oy uraek & Herns met with general approval and were all but adopted. it only remains for John oik & Co. to furnish estimates on the same to complete the signing of the contract between Mr. Fries and the club. The contemplated building ia to be three stories high, built of pressed brick with terra cotta trimmings. It is to have a frontage of 70 feet on Eighteenth street with a depth of 50 feet. The building will be devoted exclusively to the club purposes, and will have furnaces, store rooms and possibly a 10-pin alley ia the basement: a lobby, dining rooms and smoking room and kitchen on the first floor, and parlor, library, bil liard and toilet rooms on the second floor. On the third floor will be a ball room. ladies' dressing rooms, etc. The building will cost $15,000, and the terms of the lease have already been practically agreed upon. SOUTH HEIGHTS HAPPKNI JTU9. South Heights, Jan. 5. Mrs. Dean aad daughter. Miss Abbie, visited with Mrs. J. C. Bailey Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, of St. Paal, visited Sunday with S. Gardner and family. H. K. Walker and wife spent New Year's day with Mr. Walker's sister, Mrs. Bailey, near Coal Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis re turned to their home near Geneseo after spending a few days with rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kirch spent last week with their former neigh bors, Samuel Moflit and wife, near Taylor Ridge. Mr. Smith has returned to his home in western Iowa, after spend ing a few days with his son, C. H Smith and family. William and Edward Hayes were canea nome last week on account of the illness of their sister, Grace. She was reported better Tuesday. Miss Deifcndorf, of Peoria, and Miss Nellie Meers, of Green River, visited for a few days with the Misses Maud and Betty Irvin. School was resumed Monday after a wee as vacation. Miss Stewart is teaching for Miss Stelck, who is de tained at home on account of the death of her father. Mrs. D. J. Kenned v and son Hnrrv. returned from G en wood, 111., Satur day night. Mr. Kennedy expects to ce nere in a lew aays. They intend to make this their home. The rirat of a series of dime socia bles was held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey New Year's eve. Notwithstanding the verv inclement weather there was a good attendance ana a nice little sum realized. TAYLOR RIDUE TOPICS. Taylor Ridge, Jan. 6. Mrs. Ella Titterington and son returned to meir nome in uevnoiaa alter a 10-days' visit at her old home. A. Rush accompanied her. Mrs. T. B. Tapp went shopping in Rock Island Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baker visited with his uncle, Corneil Baker, last Tuesday. Mrs. Fry and daughter and niece, of western Iowa, are visiting with Uncle James Taylor. Miss Ada Hudson, of Rock Island, is spending the week with her cousins, Misses Minnie and Laura Kirk. We neglected to mention the arrival some three weeks ago of Dr. Eckhart, who has taken np his resi dence here and ia very welcome. Revival meetings are being held at the Baptist church in Reynolds by Bev. Honck, the present pastor, and Rev. W. A. Matthews, of Cambridge. Mrs. John Montgomery, of n arm let, wife of John Montgomery, for merly of Bowling, died last Tuesday of consumption, and was buried Thursday at 1 o'clock at Sugar Grove cemetery, near Aledo, Rev. risk officiating. A mirror could not lie if it wanted to. The glass has nothing to gain by flattery. If the roses sf health and plumpness of beauty are leaving your face, your mirror will tell you so. Health is the greatest beautiticr in the world. When a woman seea the indications of ill health in the face, ahe may with almost absolute certainty look for tbe cause in one or both of two conditions constipation, and derangement of the organs dis tinctly feminine. Dr. Pierce's lav. orite Prescription will cure perma nently and positively any so-called "female complaint.'' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets will enre constipa tion. There is no reason in the world why a woman should not be perfectly healthy. She will gain in health, strength and flesh. HoIIowb and angles will cive place to fullness land grace. She will be that noblest and most beautiful of all creation a perfect woman. Send 21 cents in one-cent st:impj J to World's Dispensary Medical Asso ciation, Buffalo. N. Y-. and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page ' fern nana Sense Mrdical Adviser," profusely uiusiraiea. He failed to use Foley's Kidnev Cure for his kidnev complaint. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.' Just try a 10 eent bos of Cascarete, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. THURSDAY, JANUABY 7 1897. JOTTING8 FROM JOSLIN. Klecwllaneoae Maws of Carrwat trims the t'pper End. Joslio, Jan. 6. Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller, of Davenport, spent Christ mas with relatives here. Eddie Blackmao, of Moline, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roland Whiteside. 1897. Hadn't we all better turn over a new leaf and try to do better? Five Molinites came up Saturday on a rabbit hunt. They captured live. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lloyd, of Rock Island, visited E. Donahey and fam ily over Sunday. Cornelius Buckley has had a very sick child with "lnng fever. Dr. Block has been in attendance. Cornelius Buckley, Sr., now of Rock Island, but a former resident ot Zuma township, is said to be quite sick. Miss Cora Dillon and sister, of Mo line, spent the holidays wfth their grsnd parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Dillon. Miss Davies spent Christmas at Davenport with her parents, return ing Monday morning to resume her school duties. Mrs. Emma Strnble, of Keawick, Iowa, arrived here Christmas eve on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Dunbar. C. E. Donahoo provided a bounte ous New Year's dinner and invited a number of his friends and relatives. F. J. Whiteside did likewise. No. we were not bid to the feast on either occasion. The Rock Island Art company hav ing offered a prize ot 910 to the one who sent in the largest number of words obtained from the word Rock Island," Lillie Crompton has sent in a list ot 269, and yet she don't expect ise prize. C M. Hubbart has a one dollar silver certificate bill, series of '96, which the government has cslled in, on account of tbe word tranquillity being spelled with one 1. He is hold ing on to the bill until all the others are called ir- then he will sell ont. The Waldron family, who traded a residence in Moline as part pay for Jame Cook's farm, near Joslin, have concluded to make another change and have traded the farm back again for another residence in Moline, of which Mr. Cook is the owner. Mr. Bender's sale occurred Tues day last, and considering the times, everything was bid off at a gooa round price. Whiteside & Donahoo bought the corn at 15. eents pur busbel. John Noah was the auc tioneer. The annual meeting of the Coc and .j ui a Mutual Insurance com pany was called Tuesday last, at the Pleasant Point school h "use. for tbe election of oflicerii for the ensuing year, and to bear the secretary's fin ancial report. You need not make common talk of it: but it has just leaked ont that several hundred dollars is the amount that a certain young man has bad to pay for the settlement of a little feminine nnpleassntness that has recently happened in our com munity. There are some gold-standard re publicans who have contributed to the support of Bev. Brock, of the United Brethren church, in the past who deoline to do so in the future, because he bolted for Bryan and free silver. Consequently his silver friends are circulating a petition and raising a subscription which is meet ing with good success. Charlei Nold who is now a student in a medical college at Nashville. Tenn., has been spending his Christ mas vacation at home. He returned to bis studies the 4th. Charles sajb "the climate of Ten easee ia ail right, but as a farming country it ia not to be compared to Illinois; it ia too rocky." Another tariff farce is being en acted at Washington by calling prominent manufacturers before a committee for the purpose of ascer taining what dutica are to be placed upon certain goods, than making them more costly to the consumers. Will this help tbe farmers to pay their indebtedness by increasing their expenses? Ia it not about time that farmers should be called before that committee in order to ascertain their wishes? Two men rented a good sized farm near Erie and raised a good average crop of corn, oats, potatoes, etc. They were to pay fjl.100 caah rent. Tbey commenced to thrash their small graio. and then made an esti mate of what their crop w-uld fetch tbom at the present prices, aad saw they would have nothing left for their Ubor after paying their rent and other expenses. The result was they slid cut in the night, leaving the crop for tbe ront. Miltcm in Parvo. The bent world for Ante hrr.i.. m - eurwa, uioers, eai rheum, fever sores, tatter, ehspped htni1. , 1.111.1-1 . .. 1 V . salt "uwaini, corns ana an sa.n eruptions, and positive y euros piles or no pay required. It Is guar anteed to jjive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price Sf eents per box. For sale bv Ham a UUemeyer a BawjafewM Cascarcts Csndy Cathartic, the , most wonderful medical discovery of . the nee, pleasant and refreshing" to ( the taste, act gently and poaitively ' on the bowel e h'h.ib k system, dispel colds, cure headache, fever, habitual constipation and bil iousness. Please bu v aad trv a box of C. C. C. today; 10." 86, AO wnts. Sold aad guaranteed to care b all BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. Taa Br rat Eiei.' "SBcbt Belle' -lontai Att-teuone. One of the largest and best plearei audiences of the season witneaaed the preaentat on of the Brothers Byrnes' "Eight Bells" at Harper's theatre last evening. The produc. lion relies largely upon the mechan ical effect, and' ingenious contriv. ances which excite wonder and pro voke applaote. There were numerous astonishing acrobatic feats, juvenile and oomelv features, and incidental joRKUaf by Matt Byrne whi. h xcited much admiration. The revolving ship scene was of course the event mechanically speaking, and the spe cialties were all good, and altogether the entertainment was all that was promised for it. One of the largest houses of the season should greet Magician Ban croft and his remarkable production of magical feats allied with spectacu lar scenic grandeur Friday even i ne at tne nurtis opera house. Daven port. Bancroft ha just returned from India where he has studied the magic of the Hindoo conjnrers aad some of these feats he will present here. Theas will be found of startl ing interest and will be the first time ever seen in this country in a magical entertainment. Tbey win be produced under the name of "Mid night Mysteries of the Yogi." Ban croft carries two carioada of acenery for his magical entertainment which is crowded full of mystical novelties. The Wilkes stock com pan v opens an h. night engagement at Harper's theatre Sunday night. Tax Uoltaator'a Mlla. The taxes for 1X96 are now due and payable at tbe law office of o.E. Cramer. 171 Second avenue. Bring last year'a tan receipts and avoid delay in searchiag for de scriptions. Ur.sur Krokukr, Township Collector. S. F. Frita. of 677 Sedgwick street, Chicago, says "I had a severe cough which settled on my lungs. I tried a number of advertised rem. dies and also placed myself under treatment or several physicians, with no benefit. I was recommended to try Foley' Honey and Tar. With little expectation of getting relief. I purchased a Initio. 1 had taken bat few doses when I felt greatly Im proved : I was enabled to sleep, spit ting of blood ceased, snd by tbu time I had taken the second bottle I weal entirely well. Heaved my life." Said by M.'F. Bahascn. 1 KLue mmm mi mm go. Below we call special attention to several 1 partments of our stork, which wr will now CLOSE OUT at ruinous pricos. Wr arc GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, and will close out the entire stock, hut w will make a special effort, which means more reductions, in prices on the following: Musi In Underwear. LADIES' GOWNS Made of Mnalin. Cambric and English Nainsook, some trimmed in embroidery and others in lace, rantini; in price from tbe cheapest to 1.35 each. LADIES' DRAWERS Same description as above, aad ranging in pries from the to tl.&S each. CORSET COVERS -Hick, low aad sqeare neck, in the latest styles, trimmed in embroidery aad lace. at from 15c .o $1.55 each. LADIES' CHEMISE la Cambric asm Muslin; we have only a limited quantity on hand: will sen them cheap. LADIES' SKIRTS Both long and short, in Mna lin. Cambric and English Nainsook, some plain and some trimmed elegantly in lace and embroiderv at from 17c to 3 45 each. MINES' AND CUILDREN's GOWNS AND DRAW ERS Both plsin and trimmed, at all prices. INHNTS' DRFsgES Short and long: also to. fants Skirts, made of Cambric and Moll and trimmed elegantly in embroidery and lace, aad nice) v hem stiched. These range in price from 30c to SI each. VY have displaye d the al.ov goods on tables on our second fl .or. and will take great pleasure in showing them. W wi-.h to add that we an- s llinhc all our goods at SELLING OUT PRICES, which m ans COST PRICES, BELOW COST and. in many cases. HALE PRICE. We can supply your wants for much less mon y than any one else can. KLUG HASLER DRY GOODS CO., DA EXPORT. IOWA. Nothing but the Best Beer IS GOOD ENOUGH Bock TeWrnrn 1098 ! m 4a bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbEtwV '' bssbbbi CLOSING OUT SALE. est i.. me naest. Dimity. e also have and Embroidered nnl m nf Here we have Dixitf. La ww a, White Goods, all cial low prices for ana, untieacnei. craaea and widths, umavn sr. i e bve a lar- If you get the ROCK ISL AND you have an absolutely pure product of the choicest hops and finest selected bar ley, brewed by the moat ad vanced process. Order a case of our Pibener or Bo hemian Brer. Island Brewing Co. 25 Per Cent DISCOUNT ON ALL- For Goods For the next 30 days at BEIIETTS Glove and Fer Store. 1606 Second Ave Embroideries. Ia this department we hsve an endless variety from the narrowest to the widest, aad from tbe cheat.. la Msslia. Swiss, Csmbrir and a nice line of All Over Embroideries Floaaciags. which we are cloainc MMfll I White Goods. all varieties icijaja. a inula Maems wens. Linens. TABLE LINENS la Turkey Red. Figured Dsn- Hail Bleached and Bleached in all at Cost Price and Below. tiemsuicaed. frinred and plain I . " uapaiue iu BttCD , at Cull SOd Ht'low. Special reduction on soiled sets. TOWELS This will be s rare opportunity to eup ply yourae:f with Towels at great money-aavitic prices. jjantitv ot Towel a ia all a..-sa and 'uaiiu-s. in tcmeiittb' d and fringed, in liuc k and I'amat. alao Tutkitli luwels aad We b Rage, bjth o.eecneq aad ualileachcd. at prices to -u,i everbody. 4 Bm1"