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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, JAXTTAKY 10, 1899.
AXTF D-COMPKTEST GIKL. AT OXCE
ui jj Tta'.i;Ui bireeu
ANTED A COOK WITH 5FEHEXCE3
at 1010 Second avenue.
ANTED nOOD LAUNDRESS AT
once i-t l'Jo Tbirteeatb xireet.
A NT ED-BOARD EPS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at 2JJ Fourth avenue.
"WANTED LMMFIHATELYAT31 10 FIFTH
' avenue, one dininir room Kifl nd oje
d hh waber.
fTANTED-A HffU, FOR CENFKAL
v houvswork. Iauuire at T. U. Keidy a,
2K1 Fifth avenue.
"IXr ANTED A OIRL FOR OENERAL
v bou -work. In u fami'y of two. "t
"WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private leworji In daoc.ntr can do o by
enquirtnv aizviurutn avenue, joan.
ITAXTKD HO A RDKRS: CHOICE ROOMS
v who Iran. natn. not water ne-iv. ai
Seventeenth street. Prices reasonable.
"EXTANT ED CIRCULAR AND SAMPT-E
v diHTnljutorH: 5 per l." pay aavanceo:
permanent: exrertcnf:e unncc-ary. Union
Advertising cihjdj, itoLhschiid bulldiiitf
WANTF.D-GODD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
bland to tae onler for the ce!-lrated
Klnrer kvwinir machine A No. 1 contract
p-iven to rizbt p:irti-H. rall on or addre-s the
r-inifcr Aianuracrunnir compasy. i utiuwu
ireet. Uavenport. Iowa.
XTANTED-TO IjOAH MONEY ON DIA
I? monrts watfDPfi. lewerv. hardware.
tDuslCi i iiisir jnceois. bievc'ei. clothinir. dry
goou fu r. etc. H'hcst cull price
tia'o for :.fcor.d h-nd ifoorin of all kinds also.
T tie auo. e kooi's for hale at half the usual
Score p-;ct-s A U business transactions strictly
coi I'ceni i il. His new number and location,
13 Secoti'l avef je. Don t forget It. J- W.
Jones. Two ricica on 1347.
TT'OR S A LE TWO GOOD HUILDINO JjCYTH
J- wni so feet, near C. K I ii P. depot, a
XFOR SALP-TWONICEIUMKSON THIRD
-a- avenue. r:e iO. the other fl.lt': pavm
paid tgr. Inquire at lllu Third avenue.
TjOR S A LE N I N F-A CRE FRflT FARM.
J- All kinds of fruit: pood hulldint'i: near
town. A bargain forborne one if taken soon.
Gordon & I low man.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
farm near town. Lom of fruit. To te
So!d cheap to settle an estate, llore b a bar
fain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon ti
Xj'OR HALF-COAL. IM ANY QUANTITY
JL of 60 bushels or over at 12 SO per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the olty. Lave
crOrm at 0nirrll boune barbershop. Rock
Island, or Eton James, Milan.
I .''OR. SALE CHEAP IX)TS IN M'MAS
ter's addition, old baneha1! (rround.s. These
lot., will be Hold from $4 upward; Km all
amount down, balance on lonn limn at S per
cent. Keidy tiros., room 4, Mitchell tL Lynde
X,XR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
-i with about AO different slides, suitable for
bllcg legal blanks or any dcncriptlon of papers
In Bat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just tbe
thing for anr offloe with contractu, etc, to
file. Address H. IS. C. care of Th b A boob.
I'fOn RENT AS-nnOM('OTTA;K. APPLY
at -"7 .'I Ei.lit li-anl-u-haif uremic.
IOR KENT- FURNISHED ROOMi STFAM
heat and ;i!I modem c nveniencts It-iii
w ectieth street. Hurst's block.
"IJR ICENT FURNISH EI ROOM SI'ITA--1
!! for two k't-ntli-uieti: heated: with cr
w ithout boaril: at '.':ut sixth avenue.
"f.UR KENT T-RliOVI BOUSE WITH ALL
-1 moilero conveuienccs. hh Seventeenth
street. Iuijulre at I loj seventeenth street.
I'oR KENT FOUR MODERN I'NFUR
nisheil riHira.s with i.'a raiTire. heat. Iiot
wa'T and bath. Price I No children.
Cull at 111 Scciml avenue.
IpOR RENT THE STANDARD CLU11
rooms. Suitalile for lfxlire meetings, so
cial iratbertns or d 'nctnir parties, Kent rea
sonable. Steam beat. Krell&Matb.
I'fOK KENT THE STORE. -X3 SEVEN
teenlti stri't-t. fornicrlv occuftied fs liar-
ness hlinp. titHHl liKraitou fir auv kintl of husi-
llfsv Iniiuirrt a f V W Sa:,iit'r tiiiiri 1 I i'li-
IOST A III.IT, HiYK TERRIER PUP. IF
J returned to I r.'l Fourth avenue a suitable
reward will !e paid.
IOI"N! A HUNCH OF KEYS ONSKCOND
ftvfni'f unit Seventh street Ownrr cn
liave same by callint; at AHut'S ofllce uiid pay
mUANfK AXIi 1IVSINKSS MEDIUM AND
1- mapne:ic healer now located at si 2 Sixth
street, satisfaction guaranteed, l'rivale and
coutldentl'il letters answ ered.
"ONK.Y TO If AN CHATTEL MORT
1 twe luanshy U'. II. Eastmnn. I71J Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal lie
also makes collections-bard ones a specialty.
V ANTKIT,A HI F S TO M A KK
bouse. Karu 10 tfkly. hnclirw; adrt-cd
Matured envelope for rejily. Marshall jt Co.,
l(rHklyn. N. Y.
A KT LESSONS OMI.nKKX MO-
u. V clay uf t rrrnMni an! S;iiunl.i v I'hrist
Rias L'lfts ;iml leeorilioriH lautrhT and m to
nitr Kre Land i.nd nit 'rhati :;! il rawint::
:tv:'iiinfcr t )k;ht feiimfc'x ate r color-
lor ale. i'atffiiriK'H renovate! I.a s done
tpiikdfiew. Miv H. 1'Iatt, art teaeber. Kil
1 euty-ihird .street.
1i;i:k krke: kbkk: von a kkw iwys
-m? win answer Ktaled iuestsons Iref r u!l
ebart't i'ome aud see me at once. The eele-
aiel I.fe readt-r and paluiKt La, j 1-1 ejitsod
two tttoiit tis hu's.nt-'s- i Molioe atui h ea:ed
I:i H: is oil a: M h it tttuib street. I lour tf to
l' V itlntul tbe aid of any man. an:.fl n-irit r
t e.il. 1 rad fnm your hand evt-y truiiMf.
clouitt cr fear, hop or despair: I c've n iir.es in
fiul dates and faei in detail. nd net eras A
ij':esrin. cents; irentlni.cn. H. if
K.ttisfaetorr. ther ise free. 1 tcaea palmii
try for professional purpse.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payer of the state are main
taining a fund y popular kuoscr.ptiua trom
wbich is oCered a
Reward of $200
Ity the undersigned association for the arrest
and conviction of any incendiary in any of Uie
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION.
Rock Inland. UL
i Tr. Will iam Indian Pile
jimtmcnti: tre Unnd
'Uleedmir ant. Itching
Piles. Iiabworbo the tumors.
ays tbe llcbiuf at once, acts
a poultice, fftvca instant ra
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oinw
ment is nreDared for Piles and Itch.
lag cf th? private parts. Every box is
warrantoi. Uf oruegtsta. tij m l on re
eelpt of price Ml eenta and fl.Oa. WILLI1MS
MINUFilCTURING CO.. Props.. Cleveland, Ohio?
Sold by M F. 13 an owes dxugoia.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYSUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the origrinaUty and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio Svrcp
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance ot purchasing' the
truo and original xemedr. As the
genuine Syrup ot Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Svrcp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Sritcp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and.
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneGcial
ffects, please remember the came of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN FKANCISCO. Cat
LOCISTILLZ. Kr. MW TOltC K. T.
RECEIVING NEW YEAR
Is a happy oll costume that
is always enjoyed lty lioth
sexes. The hostess in sup
plyinpT her table with clioiee
daiuties and relishes never
Krcll d? Math
arc renowned as a Party Sup
ply IIhi.- and that the most
delicious Ice Cream, Frozen
Fruit lees, and the most per
fect I'.'ikery Goods, choice
confectionery and all the
toothsome morsels that can
tempt the epicure of fastidi
ous man of the world will Ihj
furnished ly us
Krcll & Math
There is nothing that would
be as acceptable as a nice
box of Candy for a New
Year's (iift and we have a
fresh supply for you to select
Krell S Math's
Phone 1150. 1715-1718 Seooad Avenue.
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care i. continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs-
TWELVE HOURS FOR TRIP.
Eork Island Makn Cremt Time Uetween
Chirac a and Omtbi.
What is claimed to be the fastest
regular passenger train ever sched
uled between Chicago and Omaha
pulled into th latter city over the
Chicago, Kock Island & racihe tracks
at 7:56 o'clock vesterdav morninff. It
was live minutes ahead of schedule
It consumed in actual running time
from Chicago just 10 hours and 27
minutes. Counting in all stops at
stations and for crossings the run
ning time was exactly l'J hours.
Up to Sunday night the fastest reg
ular passenger train between Chicago
and Omaha was the "Overland Lim
ited" of the Chicago & Northwestern
which consumes 13 hours and o5min
utes in its 4'J2-mtle journey. The
liock Island regular schedule beats
this time bv 1 hour and do minutes.
Next to the Northwestern heretofore
has come the 15urlinrton cross-conti
nent train, which makes its oO'S.l
miles in 15 hours and 20 minutes
The St. Paul fast passenger makes
about the same time.
With this runnini; time, however,
the Iloek Island demonstrated what it
desired. Because the Lake Shore
liver, which carries the eastern mail
toward the Occident, uses the same
station at Euglewood, six miles from
Chicago, the ilock Island tigures that
if it had the mail contract between
Chicago and the Union l"aeific trans
fer, where the Union Pacilic takes the
letter pouches, it could save the gov
ernment a 12-inile haul and the cost
of transferring the mail across Chi
cago. This extra journey of 12 miles
ami the transrer causes the lSurlniir
ton, which now has the contract, to
leave Chicago one hour and thirty-live
minutes later than the Hock Island.
Funeral services for T. J. Medill
Sr., will lie held at 2 o clock tomor
row afternoon at the residence in Mi
Mrs. A. J. Crooneni)erg, sister of
Mrs. C. V. Ycrburv, and formerly of
this city, died in Auray. Colo., Jan. 4.
She hail many friends in Hock Island
who will be pained to hear of her
The many friends of Miss Nellie
Fougerouse in this city will learn
with deep sorrow of her death at her
home in Chicago last Sunday. Miss
Fougerouse was a cousin of Mail Car
rier John J. Linehan, and on her visits
in Uock Island made many acquaint
ances. The remains of Mrs. EveMcKinstrv
were shipixnl over the Hurlington road
to Princeton, III., this morning for
interment, J. V. Welch and U. F.
Knox accompanying the members of
the family on their mournful trip. Fu
neral services were held at the resi
dence on Seventh avenue at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Kev. C. V.
Woodruff, of the Kuianuel Baptist
Miss Alice Conwell died at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Conwell, !0ti Kock Island
street. Davenport, at 2 o'clock this
morning, aged 20 years. The de
ceased was born in Rock Island, her
parents removing to Davenport 15
years ago. lhe luneral will occur
from the Sacred Heart cathedral in
Davenport at I) o'clock Thursday
News has been received of the death
at Norfolk, Neb., of Mrs. Rhoda K.
Powars. of the infirmities of declining
vcars. aged 84 years. Mrs. Powars
was the widow of the late Capt. Henry
Powars, who died iu this city in 1873.
She died at the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. K. II. Reijua, who with
Henry S. ami Miss Mary M. Powars,
ofthiseity. step children, survives
her. The remains will arrive in Rock
Island tomorrow morning for inter
ment. Mrs. Agatha lerch died at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. R. Grcder, in
South Rock Island, at 7:40 this morn
ing, of la grippe and pneumonia, at
the age ef 70 years, 3 months and 15
days. She was born Sept. 26, 1S2S,
in Austria, and came to America in
March, 1867, having been a resident
of Rock Island county since 168. She
is survived by three children. Andrew
Ia.'r-h, Joseph Ierch, and Mrs. Anna
(ireder. The funeral will be held
Thursday morning at i o'clock, from
the residence, with services at St.
Mary's Catholic church.
How tol'revent l'neumonia.
You are perhaps aware that pneu
monia always results from a cold or
from an attack of la gripje. During
the epidemic of la grippe a few years
ago w hen so many cases resulted in
pneumonia, it was observed that the
attack was never followed by that dis
ease w hen Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy was used. It counteracts any
tendeney of a coll or la grippe to re
sult in that dangerous disease. It is the
let remedy in the world for bad colds
and la grippe. Every bottle war
ranted. For sale bv all druggists.
What Do tbe Children Drink?
Den't give them tea or coffee. Have
vou tried the new food drink called
Grain-O? It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes the place of coffee. The
more Grain-O you give the children
the more health you distribute
through their systems. Grain-O
is made of pare grains, and when
rrorerlv nrenared tastes like the
choice grades of coffee but costs about
as much. All grocers sell it. lo
and 25 cents.
Arnold's Bromo Celerr cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 centi. Reiss1
Boat Ttbarra Spit mad Sbmc Ir Llflj Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic full of life serve and vior, take Ko-T
Bae, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
atrong. AU druggists, fOe or II. Cure ruaraa
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Seated Co., Chicago or Mew Torav
OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED
Fleasant Social In Connection With Court
of Honor Meeting;
TKa AVtAi--AlAr.t nf H nV TTdixrt-
I Court of Honor No. 23 were installed
last ni"ht at a meeting of the lodge
and its friends at Besehn s hall
J. E. Dempsey and Arthur Lincke, as
installing oincer ana conuucior, re'
spectively, were in charge of the cere
monies, those inuucieu into omce
Chancellor F. O. Canedv.
Vice Chancellor W. H. Dunker.
Chaplain Mrs. J. G. Oliver.
Recorder W. A. Darling.
Treasurer C. H. Wirt.
Conductor Ira Oliver.
Guard J. W. Fleener.
Sentinel S. M. Fleener.
Director W. V. Stafford.
An entertaining program was car
ried out consisting of a piano solo by
Mrs. Mary Dewey, an address by Dr.
J. F. Myers, a "recitation by Virgil
Jacobs, and a vocal selection bv Miss
Marv Yean'er. Refreshments were
served and then dancing was in
Officers for the ensuing term were
chosen as follows last night by Everts
Commandery No. 18, Knights Tem
E. C H. H.'Cleaveland.
Genl. W. T. Chanuon.
Capt. (Jen. L. F. Cralle.
S. W. L. C. Daugherty.
J. W. M. S. Heagy.
Prelate D. J. Sears.
Treas. W. T. Magill.
Rec R. C. Willertou.
Standard Rearer A. II. Hughes
Assistant .lames Carl.
S. 15. William Don.
Warder H. A. J. McDonald.
Sentinel George Foster.
Guards II. E. Krell, E. II. Ash and
C. M. Witherell.
Organist J. E. Elliott
Board of Control H. C. Cleaveland
Trustees H. H. Cleaveland, W. T.
Channon, L. F. Cralle, L. C. Daugher
ty, M. M. liriggs.
Carilnrr Knocks Ont Sitllivcn.
New York, Jan. 10. The flsht between
Oscar Gardner, the Omaha "KM." and
Iiavc Sullivan, of Ireland., ended dis
astrously for the latter in the seven
teenth round befere the Lenox Athletic
club last nisht. Sullivan seemed full of
fig-ht when the seventeenth round oj.cn
ed. and went ripht to his man. In a
clinch the leirs of both boxers became
entansrled and Sullivan fell to the floor.
The moment he got up Gardner r'anted
two right hand swings on Dave's head
and iut the Irishman down and out
with a wild left hand swinpr which
landed fluph on Sullivan's mouth.
Crip is so prevalent In Tii-'ax City, la..
that business is seriously hampered.
A dispatch from Havana that
all the Sprtnish soldiers have now left
The tost of the Catrfield murder trial
at Oshknsh, Wis., to Winnebago county
was $15. COO.
The death is announeed in Brooklyn
of William Peak, the famous bellringer.
aged 94 years.
Richard S. Lyons has been elected
president of the Chicago Hoard of Trada
to succeed Z. li. Carter.
Admiral Schley did not attend the
Knights Templar ball at Chicago,
though h-? had been expected.
Bailey Iocker, colored, was put to
death by electricity In Sing Sing N. Y.)
prison for the murder of his white wife.
The Bank of Dorchester, Wis., has
closed. It was conducted I y Sehafer &
Spangler and was considered prosper
Bert Willi jmson. only 17 years old
was sentenced at Chillicothe, O., to the
penitentiary for life. He murdered a
Robbers stepped a Reading coal train
by greasing the rails between Edge Hill
and Glenside, Pa., and stole a car of an
thracite. Mother Superior Margaret Newman.
or I'rsuline convent at St. Louis, was
killed by falling from a third-story win
dow of the convent.
According to late advices from Daw
son, the United States government will
be called upon to relieve indigent min
ers In the Klondike.
The house of James Herr at Baraboo,
Wis., burned with Its contents. Mrs.
Herr was 111 and was with difficulty
taken from the building.
Something to Know.
It may be worth something to know
that the verv best remedy for restor
ing the tired" out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts bv
giving tone lo the nerve centers in
the stomach, gently stimulates the
liver and kidneys, and .aids these or
gans in throwing off impurities m the
blood. Electric liittcrs improves the
appetite, aids digestion, and is pro.
uounced by those who have tried it as
the very best blood purifier and nerve
touic. lrv it. Sold for 00 cents or
1 per bottle at Hartz & Ullemever's
Blind (lend lag.
By a system of numeral type invent
ed by Rev. W. H. Murray of Peking,
originally a Scotch workman, the blind
people of China are now taught to read
and 'write in less than three months,
and this in spite of the fact that there
are 403 distinct Bounds in the Chinese
language. By a special adaptation of
this system the blind are now actually
teaching sighted pupils to read.
Tn BnYnrt nf the Fnrnra n art fnltprien
rhA rinse in rpmnvpH fmm the nainrinBS
and statuary by means of an air pnmp,
a jet of air being thrown with great
force against the article which needs
The smallest things mar evert tbe
greatest influence. De Witt's Little
Early Risers are uneoualed for over
coming constipation and liver trou
bles, bmaii pill, best pill, safe pill.
For sals by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Reiss
and M. F. Bahnscn, druggts.
PORT BYRON POINTERS.
Interesting Bndffet of New Froni the I'p-
per End Town.
Port Byron. Jan. 9. Mrs. David
Karr is reported on the sick list.
George Hntchinson. of Moline, was
here Saturday to see his mother, who
is -very sick.
Mrs. Httie Odell. who has been
very sick, we are glad to say, is now
convalescing and on fair way to re
cover. Louis Gulow, of Hillsdale, was here
Saturday on his way home from Iowa,
where h has been for two weeks vis
George Moore has been tussling
with the grip the past few days. This
is the first time that George has been
known to go to bed with sickness.
Antone Fidler, 75 years old, died at
his home on Rapids City bluffs Friday
night. Interment was made today in
the Catholic cemetery at Rapids City.
Sunday was a beautiful day and
those who were fortunate enough to
own a horse and buggy were out
drivinr. Quite a number from Le
Claire were driving on our streets.
Charles Ellis was surprised Friday
evening bv 50 of his yonng friends,
who gathered at the homeof his moth
er. Mrs. Mary A. K.'lis. on High street.
Refreshments and games e in
dulged in till midnight.
Tlie people of Hillsdale ai'e consid
erably exercised on account of a
voung man assaulting a 15-ycj.r-old
girl. A warrant was sworn out lor
the vounr man s arrest, but too laie.
as he had taken French leave.
Capt. Orin Smith and Hugo Becker,
of Le Claire, have been enjoying their
ice boat the past week, sailing up and
down the river at a terrilic gate.
There bein-r a stronirwest wind. Capt.
Smith timed himself from Cordova to
Fort Byron, a distance of live miles,
and made it in less than live minutes.
Thursday morninsr at 1 o'clock, at
her home in Port Byron, occurred the
death ot Mrs. Ann MeMahon. She
would have been 82 years of age tue
2d of next mouth. She had been a
resident of Port Byron for a number
of years and was well known to our
older citizens. Six children, twoirls
and four boys, are left to mourn lifc.r
loss, all of whom are married except
Sarah, who has always lived with her
mother. The funeral was held at
Rapids City Catholic church Friday.
Output of the Klondike.
No one will ever know exactly how much
Kold was taken from the Klondike fields the
past, season. Since the English government
imposed a royalty, the miners have adopted
all sorts of ruses to evade tbe law. It is rather
difficult to dodjfe taxes, but it is more difficult
to dodue a bad cold and the nrlpat this time of
year. When the system Is weakened by such
attacks, and the blood becomes thin and im
poverished, the best medicine to take is Hoi
tetter's Stomach Bitters. This remedy builds
up the system. Besides regulating digestion,
it overcomes constipation. It is good for the
kidneys and liver, too. stimulating these organs
into the proper performance of their func
tions. Nothing is so good for mala' la.
niaeasea of Memory. '
Writing of diseases of the memory, a
Russian doctor gives an interesting ac
count of some of the eccentricities of
his patients. In tbe ca.o of a literary
man, some time previous to his seeking
advico ho had been troubled with an
absolute failure of memory.
Ho could remember exactly every
thing he had done mora than a year
ago, bnt occurrences of later date he
bad entirely forgotten. When attacked
by tbe disease, he was engaged in writ
ing a novel, which he had half finished.
He remembered tbe first half, but could
not tell how he had intended to finish
it. He was at last unable to remember
whether ho had dined.
In another case, the patient tells of
his travels, but repeats the tales a dozen
times an bonr, with tbo Fame phrases.
He would play a game of cards care
fully and well; five minutes afterward
be would mention that he had not play
ed for weeks. He would say "Good
morning!" when the doctor made his
first visit cf tbe day, but did not re
member the visit three minutes later if
tbe doctor again looked in. London
Tit-Bits. ' ' ' '
Really a. Kind Man.
"Did you see anything of a pocket-
book that I dropped somewhere in the
bedroom I occupied last night, land
"Any money in it?"
"Yes, sir. Here is your pocketbook.
with tbe money. The maid was honest
Enough to bring it to me, and I locked
it np in the cafe. "
"Ah. very correct proceeding, very.
I bud intended placing the money in
the Lank this morning, where it would
have been drawing 4 per cent. As a re-'
ward for your honesty I will say noth
ing about the interest for tbe time it
has been in yonr possession, and you
can make it square with the chamber
maid. There is nothing email about me
when I run across a man who seems to
he trying to do what's right." London
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C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
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Cheap Cash Store.
500 pounds of Choice Roll Butter .7Jc
300 packages of Geld Dust, each 5c
Nice California Dried Peaches, per pound tOC
Fancy California Dried Apricots, per pound 12iC
Choice New York Totatoes, per peck, only 10c
Wisconsin Sauerkraut, per gallon, only IOC
100 pairs of Men's Fleeced Lined Arctics, per pair 49c
50 pairs of Men's Shoes at the low price, per pair 97 C
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Rubbers sold at cost.
War on Fur Capes at Bennett's
Twenty Per Cent Off on all
Glove and Fur Store.
A COSTLY SLEEPING ROOM
i Healthy Child
The Trumpet Qall
To bargain seekers has been sounded from Bleuer's Jewelry
Store. A grand array of Christmas Goeds has been added
to the usnal full stock, and the public may find an aasort
ment of rare novelties at the most moderate prices. Tbe
goods are all reliable, backed by the store's reputation for
fair dealing. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE.
Bleuer's Jewelry Store
THIS WEEK AT . . .
1515 Second Avenue.
Wool Seal Capes,
. Seal Capes,
Can be fitted up at a small cost
from our handsome sets of
antique oak, birch or birdseye
maple, and gives your room a
touch of sunshine and cheerful
ness that they need in Winter
and look light and cool in Sum
mer. Our stock of bedroom fur
niture is worthy of your atten
tion at the prices we have
marked on it.
PHDnrG 1802 Second
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.