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THE AEGUS, MONDAY. JANUARY 30, 1899.
W ANTED.
AY
TAXTFU COM petekt GIHL. AT I-W
ce.'uiid avenue.
ANTFD A COOK WITH KEFKREXCES
i 1010 hecuna arenue.
TASTKU-A 1ISH WAHKR AT OSCE.
? Api'lv at tbe Crown restaurant
WANTKD BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at 3t FoarUi arenue.
AY
7ANTKD BOAKDER AXD ROOMFIiS,
at Mrs. bnaanon a f our n avenue.
X7ANTKU-A COMPETENT COOK. IN-
fjuire of Mrs- J. W. Potter. ti seven
teenth .tree'-
TANTED-A I.AIJY TYPF.WRITKR FOR
t-ivp'mrv wrk.teijgriDy au: trvru-AWIri.-
X Y Z. Antes.
-rANTED PUPILS WTSHINU TO TAKE
W private ItHsoui In danemtr can do so oy
enqulriu? at 2T10 Fifth avenue. Jones.
-IITANTED-A GOOD GIRT. FOU ;ENER.t,
housework. Miy lu Mrs. J. P. Coue,v.
Sixlb a euue aud Nlceteentti street.
WANTED-YOU S; MAN TO WO'K IN
ijieyHe sl'j. Ma-eh I State experi
ence ami wares expeeiru. .unrevi u.
iiTiv"ir:iTTii:iini) PORTRAIT SOU
nV..rlm nl'alllM I D. m. I 'all
fur W. Thorn, i'ln V urth avenue. Sa.urday
arm rsunuay. iuick i-wb'i-
r vtcu - WESW ;R HH K S. TEACH
v .. .....I ..ti:r u:ihh'fl iMfrajDH f(ir 1111-
mli:ite aJ:r - xiinni Kea Cross Minion.
211 iv K:v. street. in.iiauuiMjiis. iuu.
1t'ANTEl-A MAN OK CHARACTER
;iri m 11 i i i-xix-rienced in eanva si.iir
r.r wllllr.tr t. iarn. to re Dresen t a well e-t af-
Lsh. d L.j ik .. Address in own h!inJwniinr.
pivfcti? e anil occupation, ' "Colli tany.' AR
kl's oftlire.
llf A NTFTTJ CI RCUEA R AND SAMPLE
IV .i- .... w i fwmt n:iv ailvam'ed:
tiftn'inini' v T.. ri rw-- unnccfsary. L'nuin
Advertising roinpaDy, itoincbim building,
l'tiludeiptiia, l'a.
-rANTF.I-GOOD SOLICITORS IN KOCK
Irland to tae orden. for tbe celebrated
S!nrer M-lnir m iebine A N. I -outraet
Iflven to riirtit purti-s. Call "n or addre the
S nirrr Muim faf nrinir cumuli- y, 4l Harrison
a.reet, Davenport, Iowa,
" T A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
V moods, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical lmtrumenu, bicycles, clothinif. dry
icoods. furniture, etc. Hltrhest cash prices
paid for second hand Roods of all kinds also
The above Koods for ale at half th usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
conhdential. His new number and location,
l&H Second avenue. lvn't forget It. J. W.
.Jones. Two rings on 134'.
FOR 8 ALE.
IVKMt s A L.K A ;00 WORKINt; TEAM.
" cheap, ut Yi& Second avenue.
,-OR SALE- A Illiill-AKM IMPROVED
Sinu'cr -winif tuachiiie. fl'. MUrbtly
used. ---' Third avenue.
IjXR SALE TWOfiOOn BUILDUP J I.OTS.
" )xlso feet, near C, K. 1 4. P. depot, a
bargain, tj.ioo.
IFOR FALf-TWONICEHOMEON THIRD
avenue, one the other t.I"0: paving
paid for. Inquire at II 10 Third avenue.
IT-Oi; SALE- A FINE J EKSEY Hl'LL. FULL
. -.li il. two years old K-r particulars
a dress John Andersen, Coal Valley. 111.
THIU8AI.E -A HKPIXM'NliK Til AT COST
-I" v. still roHl as new. will lie sold fur tl.SU
If taken at once. Aptly ul ail Tenth street.
FOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kind of fruit: Kocd buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one If taken soon.
UorJon & Uowman.
J7OR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
farm near town. Lots of fnult. To be
sold cheap to nettle an estate. Ildre Is a bar
sain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon A
Low man.
FOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
ters addition, old baseball grounds. These
lots will ie sold from (40O upward; small
amount down, balance on lonvf time at 0 per
cent. lieidy Uro., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
building.
TiOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
Jc with about 60 different slides, suitable for
flfn legal blanks or any description of pacers
In flat form to be kept In hape for writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just tbe
thing for any office with contracts, etc., to
Die Address H. E. C. care of To ABucs.
37Oi: SAL! CHEAP. ALL MY HOUSE
h!.l iro. ..N. l.ekii.nini; Monrtav. Jan :.
upt:-ht piano, parlor set. three brusscls
carpet, four mi;., two iron beds'C Mls. sp inns
nut! wiattresacs stdelMia'd. bed room sjt.
ch."i.l.er set. coii'li. i.ef of chairs, extension
tal.le hard coal liutnrr. c.hik stove, dinnerset.
t wo mirrors, eiirht pairs of lace curtains, por
tier curtains. White sewiutf machine, card
table, irruing tioartl. clot hes rack. Kitrhen ta
Me. eliM-k.eic Ktr-.t come, tirst served. Mrs.
Vic Hanson, ,S3w Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT.
I.IOR RKNT-T-K(X-M HOUSE WITH ALL
modern conveniences. II.M Seventeenth
street. Inquire at 1 1-J& Seventeenth street.
TjOH KENT tiXl PAYING ltlAKDINC.
-F house, and furniture for sale. A pply on
the premises, comer Fourth avenue and
1 wcuty-lourtb street.
KENT THE STOHE SEVEN
JJ tceulb street, formerly ocupi-l ss har
nesx sh.p. ti.MKl location fr any kind of husi
ress. Ir. ni'.re t i F. W. Sauciman. S-.'l titfh
teentb sirret.
LMK RFST-XKW LOlXiE KOCM. WHAT
I? w as f, mjT'i tbn Standard club rootrs.
i.n fitted up with tew aril complete
? rts.in fa.tniure and xtures. uud is
lodte
atpenand n-adv for irsrcetlon. Cheap rent:
aieam neat. Apply oi hvre.i & Aiaio.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ST-liUGGY ROBE AND SEAT CCSH
i ii n Tuesday evening. Return to fceidy
lin.i anil receive reward.
LOST-A SEAL SKIN MUFF AT MAR
per s theatre 'l'hurlav niuht Kinder
leate at ABvls oilise a ad receive liberal re
w. nl.
TRANCE AND BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
magnetic healer now located at f 12 Sixth
Street. Satisfaction k'uaranieed. Pnvate and
coutldentnl letters answered.
IOST AN OPEN-FACED LADIES- WILD
J watch in lh vicinity of Twenty-third St.
about t wo ee.s avro Kinder re:urn to Ak
ccs ofllce and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL, MORT
(we loans by W.-II. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond svenue. m ithout publicity or removal He
also makes coiiectioua bard ones a specialty.
HELP AVANTED LADirs TO MAKE
bandages at home for larve surcical
bouse. Earn K weekly, enclose addressed
iamvu . 11 . ' iui its i'ty - MrsaiUi A CO..
lwooklyn. N. Y.
FREE- FREE' FPEE: FOR A FEW DAYS
1 will answer scaled iuestions free of all
cbanre. t'.mie and see me at onee. The cele
b' atcl life reader and palmist has just closed
twomonths business at M.ilioe andh-s located
In this city at M2 Hfteenth street Hours B to
9. Without tbe aid of any man. anire'. rpirit or
devil. 1 read from your hand every trouble,
doubt cr fear, hope or despair, I give n-unes in
full, dates and facts In detail, and never as a
question. Ladies. So cents; gentlemen, fl. If
satisfactory, otherwise free. I teach palmis
try or prvlesiional purposes.
LaGrippe is
Contagious.
Atmosphere Impregnated With
Germs.
Disease Proved Beyond Qaestlon to Be
Infections Is Rapidly Conquer
ing; tbe Country.
La(Jripre is a contagions disease.
Its specific germ has b en positively
identified, and it, is transmitted from
person to persoti either by direct con
tain or iy in baling the germs wniie
they float in tbe air. It is a danger
ous disease, loweriDjr the vitality and
wastin" the resistive pon'or so that
pneumonia, heart disease, nervous
prostration and insanity lind easy vic
tims. o specitic is known that' will
kill the Grip germs, but it may be
driven out and its effects overcome by
the prompt use of Dr. Miles1 Kestora
tive Nervine.
LaGrippe left my nervous system
so Tacked and shattered that I could
not sleep, and for two months was un
der the influence of r.arcotics. Phvsi
cians and friends gave me up to die:
but in two davs after I commenced
taking Ir Miles' Restorative Nervine
I began to improve, and in a month's
time 1 was entirely cured. It is the
greatest health restorer on earth.
I. W. Hilton. Louisville. Kv.
All druggists are authorized to sell
Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee
that lirst bottle benefits or monev re
funded, lio sure and get Dr. Miles'
Nervine. Booklet on heart and nerves
sent free. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co.,
Elkhart, Ind.
AT MEAL
TIMES
Do .you ever consider the
quality of the Bread you are
eating? It may be good. It
might be better, purer, fresh
er aud more wholesome. It
will be all right if you buy
KltKLL & MATH'S
Ask your Grocer for Krell d
Math's Perfect Home
Made Bread
and insist on having it, why,
because it is tbe best and does
not cost any more than the
poorer kind. Krell & Math's
Bread is always good, whole
some, pure and nutricious,
rich in flavor and of fine grain.
Every loaf has our name
printed on a red lalicl. Do not
let them palm of some other
Bread on you as just as good,
as there is no Bread made
that is as good as Krell &
Math's. All the best Grocers
haudle it. Try it.
Krell & Math's
FANCY BAKERS.
Fkone USA. 1719-1718 Beoocd Arena.
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math's pure bread.
Continental
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a 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
at
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
ton Block.
Sam Arndt,
MANAGES.
AMUSEMENTS.
De Koven and Smith's latest comic
opera success, The Highwavman
will le 6een for the first time Tuesday
evening at the Burtis opera house,
The new effort of the versatile collab
orators is said to equal in merit their
last success, "Robin Hood." and in it
both the librettist and coiiijKoer are
credited with having done their best
work. The Broadway Theatre Opera
company, headed bv Miss Camiile
D'Arviile. which presents the opera
was organized by Andrew A. McCor-
mick, the manager of the Broadway
company of that play house, and the
! principals and chorus were selected
from the best of lvric material. The
new opera is of a romantic type with
comic embellishments. At the be
ginning of the present century in
England, gentlemen turned outlaws
when reversed in fortune, and laid in
waiting on dark roads for peaceful
travelers, such a character is the
hero of the '-Highwayman," and the
story deals with the efforts of an old
girl chum of boyhood days to secure
his pardon and restore him to a re
spectable vocation. She follows him
into the wildest haunts, disguised as a
highwayman herself, and holds up a
stage coach to secure bis pardon.
which has been purloined by the very
scoundrel who has ruined him at the
gaming tables The characters are
said to be so well distributed that
each one of a dozen principals has
prominence in the story. There are
three acts laid in the courtyard of tbe
Cat and Fiddle Tavern, a lonely spot
on the lork road, and the park oi
lieverlv manor, an old-time English
gentleman's resilience, said to be lav
ishly staged with bright costumes
ami sumptuous scencrv. The music
is everywhere spoken of as delight
fully tuneful. The cast is an excep
tional one and incudes such artists
as Miss D'Arviile, Maud Williams,
Reginald Roberts, Nellie Braggins,
George O'Donnel, William S. Corliss
and John Mavon.
There was a novelty at Harper's
theatre Saturday night an "Lncle
Tom's Cabin" performance without a
note from the melodious voice of the
terrorizing hounds that are down on
the program for the sensational act
of the show. I he tendency seems to
make it easy sledding for Elia and
her che-ild. The companv referred to
didn't even have a chunk of ice of
course, this might be explained by
saying that it was done in defer
ence to Khza s wishes, as she was
obliged to wear her light soled shoes
at this production, bmioii Lagrec
too, was absent when the role was
called, and there were others who
failed to materialize. One would
hardly know that "Uncle Tom's
Cabin'' was being played if he were
not so informed bv the program. It
is an outrage to annihilate this pretty
story in such a merciless manner.
The companv had plenty of nerve,
'the agents pawsing among you"' .be
tween acts and selling tickets for the
concert, which was jjiven after the
big show."
David Belaseo's company will pla'
in Davenport at the Burtis Thursday,
Feb. 2, with Mr. Belaseo's latest
drama, "The Heart of Maryland,"
the play that has been so highly eulo
gized bv tue New lork, Chicajro
Boston, San Francisco and London
press, and in which they will have an
opportunity to displa' their artistic
resoures. The play is realistic
throughout, by its romantic episode
oi love in ail its phases.
4Irlps Knvaces Doomed.
So much misery and so many deaths
have been caused by the grip, that
every one should know what a won
derful remedv for this malady is
found m Dr. King s Aew Discovery.
That distressing stubborn cough that
inflames vour throat, robs von of
sleep, weakens your system and paves
the wav for consumption is quickly
stopped bv this matchless cure. If
you have chilUaud fever, pain in the
back of tbe head, soreness in lones
and muscles, sore throat and that
cough that grips your throat like a
vice, you need Dr. King's New Dis
covery to cure your grip, and pre
vent pneumonia or consumption.
Price i0 cents-and f 1. Money back if
not cured. A trial bottle free at
the drug storesof Hartz & Ullemeyer
and Hartz & Babnsen.
Lm Vrippe Successfully Treated, t
"I have just recovered from the
second attack of la grippe this year,"
savs Mr. James A. Jones, publisher
of the Leader, Mexia., Texas. "In
the latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with con
siderable success, only being in bed
a little over two days against 10 for
the former attack. The second at
tack I am satisfied would have been
equally as kid as the lirst but for
tbe use of this remedy, as I had to go
to bed in about six hours after beinz
struck' with it. while in the tirst case
I was able to attend to business about
two days before getting 'down.' " For
sale bv all druggists.
Bard Coal, Coke and Wood.
Indiana block for furnaces, cannel
for grates. Cable and Athens lump
and nut for stoves.
E. B. McKowx.
Foley's Honey and Tar
conrrh svrup wherever introduced is
considered the most pleasant and
effective remedy for all throat or lung
complaints It is tbe only prominent
cough medicine that contains no
opiates, and that can safely be given
to children.
You should know that Foley's
Honey"and Tar is absolutely the best
remedy for all diseases of the throat,
chest or lungs. Dealers are author
ized to guarantee it to give satisfac
tion in all cases.
TRIAL OF CRIMINAL CASES.
Docket Arranged In the Circuit Court
ttarkcy Suit.
The criminal docket will be taken
op immediately after the termination
of the case of Belle Starkey against
the city of Rock Island. The cases
will be" trie! as follows:
William Quegan. burglary: George
Coltman, James Ryan. William Cur
ran, larceny; Daniel Hayes, Lawrence
Ryan, robbery; May Peck. Luke
Thompson, larceny; " William Rey
nolds, selling imitation butter; John
Snider, incest: Bert Holtzheiser, et
al., conspiracy: Albert Kasenberg,
burglary; John Treglown, et ?,1., mur
der; John Snider. rape;Georgc Coltman,
larceny: Bert Holtzheiser. abduction;
Bert Iloltheiser, abduction; William
Reynolds, selling imitation butter
(three cases) ; Heury Tregelown, in
cest. William Wixou, assault to com
mit rape; Ed Adrian, et al., cruelty
t.i animals; W. E. Hanson, obtaining
credit by false pretenses: James Kelly,
assault with deadly weapon;
Patrick Kelly, assault with deadly
weapon; Iiert Holtzheiser et al.",
adultery; Mary Sank, bigamy; Henry
Peters, bigamy: John Treglown, in
cost; John " Marten. selling liq
uor without license; John Mar
tens selling liquor to minors;
Joseph Kelly, assault and battery;
John Snider (9 cases), incest; Frank
Harroun, et al,, burglary; John Liv
ingstone, burglary; L. Strasburger
selling goods with false labels; John
Vanderburgh, et al., violating elec
tion laws; Ferdinand Dibbern, aban
donment; John Muhleman, aban
donmenc; W. A. Corcoran, resist
inir ollicer: David Ulam. disord
erly house; Frank S-haefer. sell
inir liquor to minors; Christine
Wielami, selling liquor to minors;
Charles Johnson et al. disorderly
house: Charles Johnson et al, selling
liquor to minors; J. P. Anient et al.
conspiracy; John McLaflin, assault
and battery; George West gate, lar
ceny; Henry Rohwedder, assault to
kill; James Harness malicious mis
chief; Theodore Holdorf, appeal: James
Flynn et al, robbery; Con. Donahoo,
appeal; John Markman, rape; R. A.
Wade, false pretenses; it. A. ade.
false pretenses: R. (i. Simpson, appeal.
Trial of the Starkey damage suit
was resumed this afteruoou, when tbe
defense began the intro luclion of evi
dence.
CLUB NAMES DIRECTORS.
Annual Kleetion of Rock Island's New
Commercial Organization.
F. W. Bahnsen. Charles Mellugh.
J. T. Stafford,. Phil Mitchell, E. II.
Guver, A. C. Dart, Ma ver Levi, George
Price. Jr., Dr. G. L Eyster. W. II.
Marshall and C. A. Stoddard were the
choice of the Rock Island Club for
directors for the ensuing year, the
voting, which was conducted un ter
the Australian ballot system, contin
uing from 1 until 8 p. m. Saturday,
mil at a meeting of the members in
the evening the result was announced.
Great interest was manifested in the
election, there beinjr three tickets in
the lield. The new directors will
meet to elect officers at 5 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon.
There was a tie between C. A. Stod
dard, C. W. Durham and William
Stewart. The gentlemen agreed to
draw lots, and Mr. Stddard won.
The Mub Saturday night, on mo
tion cf C. J. Searle. authorized the ap
pointment bv President Bahnsen of a
ommittee to investigate the matter
of street railway franchises C. J.
Searle, C. F. Lynde and C. J. Larkin
were named.
Following the introduction of Mr.
Searle's motion, Mavor Medill, who
was present stated that while there
was no ordinance before the council
now in relation to street railway fran
chises, it was a matter that before any
municipal action was taken should
have the freest and fairest discussion
bv the public press in order that the
council in its action might be guided
bv the wishes and sentiment of the
community in whatever course it
in i jc tit pursue.
Ihe communication of President M.
II. Sexton, of the local baseball asso
ciation, as outlined in The Alters,
was read, and a helping hand to the
national game favored. A. ' C. Dart.
R. A. Donaldson and Dr. J. R. IIol-
lowbush were appointed a committee
to confer with the ofliccrs of the asso
ciation.
The committees' were instructed to
report at the regular meeting of the
club next Saturday evening.
Merchants Meet Tonight.
A meeting of the Rock Island Retail
Merchants' association is to be held
this evening at Turner hall, to adopt
some course such as will provide for
nock island being represented at the
forthcoming meeting of the Illinois
association at Galesburg, where an
effort will be made to briug the next
onvention to this city. A large at
tendance at tonight's meeting is there
fore desired.
About Catarrh.
It is caused bv a cold or a succes
sion of colds, combined with impure
blood. Its symptoms are pain in tbe
head, discharge from the nose, ring
ing noises in the ears. It is cured bv
Hood's Sarsaparilla which purities and
enriches the blood, soothes and re
builds tbe tissues and relieves all the
disagreeable sensations.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
Mailed for 25 cents bv C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell. Mass.
Bard Coal Market.
Antbrac e coal, all sizes, delivered
at tS.aO per ton, for immediate de
every. E. G. Ffazer.
Another Vood Man Gone Wrong.
He failed to use Foley's Kidney
Cure for his kidney complaint.
EXTRA PAY AT THE ARSENAL
W. H. Schllllnger Gom to Washington In
Dehalf of Measure.
W. H Scbillinger, of this city, left
last night for Washington, as the
representative of Tri'city lodge No.
88S, International Association of Ma
chinists, to preseut the claims ofl
fellow craftsmen employed at kock
Island arsenal in relatioi to the allow
ance of 50 per cent additional pay for
those who have worked overtime, or
in excess of eight hours, a provision
for which has been made in a resolu
tion introduced by Senator Mason.
The men have always received regu
lar time for extra work, but theeffect
of this measure is that all govern
ment arsenal workmen, mechanics
and laborers alike, shall be paid at the
rate of time-and-a-half for work done
in excess of the eight hours.
CATARRH OF STOMACH.
A Pleasant, Simple, lut Safe and Effectual
Cure for It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long
been considered the next to incurable.
The usual symptoms are a full or
bloating sensation after eating, ac
companied sometimes with sour or
watcrv risings, a formation of gases,
. ,,
causing pressure on the heart and
lungs anit aitlieult breathing; beaa
aches, tickle appetite, nervousness
and a general played out languid
feeling.
There is often a foul taste in- the
mouth, coated tongue and if the in
terior of the stomach could le seen it
would show a slimy, 'inflamed condi
tion. The cure of this common and obsti
nate trouble is foumr in a treatment
which causes the food to be readily
thoroughly digested before it has
time to fermeut and irritate the deli
cate mucous surfaces of the stomach
To secure a prompt and healthy diges
tion is the one neces-arv thing" to do
and when normal digestion is secured
the catarrhal condition will have dis.
appeared.
According to Dr. Harlanson the
safest and best treatment is to use
after each n)c,il a tablet, composed of
Diatase, Aseptic lepsin, a little Nux
Golden Seal and fruit aeids. These
tablets can now be found at all drug
stores under the name of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, and not I icing a
patent medicine can be used with per
fect safety and assurance that healthy
appetite and thorough digestion will
follow their regular use after meals.
N. J. Booher. of 2710 Dearborn
street, Chicago, writes: ."Catarrh is a
local condition resulting from a neg
lected cold in the head, whereby the
lining membrane of the nose be
comes inflamed and the poisonous
discharge therefrom passing back
ward into the throat reaches
the stomach. thus producing
catarrh of tbe stomach. Medical
authorities prescribed for me for
three years for catarrh of the stomach
without cure, but today I am the
happiest of men after using only one
box of Stuart s Dyspepsia I ablets.
cannot find appropriate words to ex
press my good feeling. I have found
flesh, appetite aud sound rest from
their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
safest preparation as well as the
simplest and most convenient remedy
for any form of indigestion, catarrh
of stomach, biliousness, sour stom
ach, heartburn and bloating after
meals
Send for little book mailed free, on
stomach troubles. by addressing
Stuart company, Marshall. Mich. The
tablets cau be found at all drug store.
Sciatic KhcumatlMin Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist
Richmoud, Va.. says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any elTect. 1 have also heard of
line results from others who have
used it."
Sold bv Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daveu
Plt-
Queen anil Crescent
Route and southern railway. 109
miles shortest line to Florida and the
West Indies.
La grippe is again epidemic. Every
precaution should be taken to avoid
it. Its specilic cure is One Minute
Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, pub
lisher of tbe Agricultural Journal and
Advertiser, Elden, Mo., says: "No
one will be disappointed in using One
Misute Cough Cure for la grippe."
Pleasant to take, quick to act. For
sale bv.T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reissand
M. F. Bahnsen, drurrist9.
Dost Tobarre Spit sad Smote Toar f Jfe Away.
To qait tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic, full of life ne.Te and vigor, take No-To
Bae, tbe wonder-worker, t'aat makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or II. Core guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Kenedy Co.. Chicago or New York.
Reduced Prices
On Photographic Work
AT
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, examina work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. , Bring in the little
ones.
Booms opposite Harper Houso.
EECHER'S
Plenty of choice Table Butter, per pound onjy..
Strictly Fresh Eggs, warranted, only per dozen.
The best 60c Teas, this sale only per pound. . . .
The best sifted Japan Teas, only pe pound
McLaughlin's XXXX and Lion Coffees, only. . . .
Nice Pearl Homany, the best, 2 pounds ........
Nice Oranges and Lemons. jer do.en only
Fancy Jersey Crunberrys, 4 quarts for
Overshoes and Rubbers.
We are overstocked on Overshoes and Rubbers, and are now
going to let them go at cost and below at this sale.
.1513 and
Exlra $2.45 Footwear Sale.
1
We still have a lot of Ladies and Gents line winter footwear
left in the way of our new spring stock which we will close
out at the above cut price.
$2.45
$2.45
All Warm Goods, Rubber Goods, etc., must be cleaned out
of the way. Note low prices. Ladies Felt Shoes 65c, 85c
and 'Joe. ' Ladies Felt Slippers 39e, 59c and 69c. Arties,
Rubbers, etc., at wholesale prices.
KELLY & WYNES,
Jast below
Healthy Child.
rx
DAVIS CO
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hook Island 111. ;
Incorporated Under the
State Law.
itOKZY L0A1TED 03 PERSONAL COLLATES Al. OS SEAL ESTATE BEOTTBITZ
OFFICERS
J. M. Iluford. president,
Jobn Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalk, Cashier.
Began business July 2, 180, and occupy tbe
b. K. corner oi Mitchell tt Ljnde's
or. w build Ide
That Dirty
Towel.
There is no excuse for
having it hanging there.
Drop a card to the
TM-CITY Towel Supp'y
119 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
as you please at a mod
erate cost. Try it and
ee how pleased you will
be.
HODGDON & TUBBS.
Cheap Cash Store.
Groceries.
15c
17lc
40c
20c
10c
5c
20c
25c
1515 Second Avenue.
For Men's line shoes, this includes our Black
and Tan Double Sole, Bull Dog and Coin
Toes, have always sold at $3.50 and
f3.00.
For Ladies fine shoes, in this lot we
have placed Welts and Turns, Box Calf
and Heavy Kid, regular f3.o0 and $3.00
values.
Harper house, Rock Island.
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.
112-114 west
Seventeenth Street.
roar Per Cent Paid on
Deposits.
DIRECTORS
H. B. Cable, Win. WUmertoo
John Crubaugh, PbU Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, I Simon.
K. W. Hurst, J. M. liuford
John Voile
Solicitors Jsnksna ft Hunt.
LESS THAN
43 Hours
FROM ROCK ISLAND
...To...
Florida
Via
R. I. & P. Railway
And connections.
T .eaves Rock Island 1:45 p. in.
s. rives at Jacksonville, Fla., 8:3
a. m. second day. "
Two changes of cars only.
Sleepers south of Peoria.
Full details upon application.
K. STOCKHOUSE,
Gen'l Fass. Agent.

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