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THE AUGUS, FI?IDA.Y SEPTEMJllIIt 22, 1899.
ANTED BOAEDES. CHOICEROOMS
ana board at Four 1 6 a-Tenue,
ANTED AN' KXPERIF.VCED COOK BY
Mr. T. a. MurjjSy, f..7 mm street.
ASTKD-A Cfifll) WOMAN FOR GEN
eraltou cvtwi at sccoca avenue.
TASTFD-A COODCilKL FOR GENERAL
housework. Address -F. M.," aull's
WANTED - A CIGAR PACKER. A SO
- itrec t.i.s iu !m ip luuaccu, ui jiurriyu
-IUASTED IMMEDIATELY AN EXPE3I-
enced maker la mi-linery. Mrs. A. I
1UAXTED-A f;XTLEMN BOARDER
private family, central locatl.n. Ad
wrewi a a a holm uill ;e.
TT A NTED A GOOD GIBL FOR OEJ5KIJAL
Housework: must be a rood cook, In-
iuire i s;i2 tunin ana a-fcair avenue.
1TAMTED-PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lewitt in canclnir can do ao by
enquiring- at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
"VT-ANTED-SO.ICITORS FOR TEA. COF
t i. . e- S'"C "d extracts. Apply to
jt.-.i;u i ca company. tuo i nira avenue.
"1 lTANTED GOOD FKUABLEOILSALES
v man. on commission or salary. Address
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleveland,
XITANTED TWOMEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for KocK Island. Permanent
position, f MltcheU & Lynde btuidiiiK, be
w ceo o anu o p. in.
"V7"ANTBD-E.Ml'I iVMENT IIV YOITNi
V man IM ears of aire to work In facwrv
or wore: s-'ood references ifiveti if required.
WA NTED LOC A L SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one wbo can de
Tote sufficient time to the business to make It
proutaDie. Auurewf "E M.. Akous.
"TANTi:i LADY AS HOfSFK EKPFK:
v must ie rcat and fond of children.
Good home to rinhi p-ny ixuis Guldenzopf,
! '1 lnd avenue ir A iken and Ninth .streets,
oouiu jiock ibiaua.
X7 ANTKD-HONEST MAN OH WOMAN
vv to travel for larcn bouse. Salary
ikjiiluiv ujiu .-xpciises wiiii inorea-e. t'onitior
permanent. Enclose self addressed stamped
nvel lpe. Stcrclary, Jn C'axton building.
WANTED- HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
V V to travel for lare liousc, Salarv ei6
mommy ana ep-nss. wita inureas-. I si
I ion perrnan-ni Enclo e sel '-addressed
htatmied envel .pc. President. :o-J Caxton
AITANTKIJ IIISTIJNG ACKNTS TO
sell our iiM-uiKlcsi-ent (.'asoiine lamps.
..... ii uuthit iinxiureH iw vilDitle dower lltflit
ii 1 stores waul tbt-m: iroorl Inducements to re-
Ii line salcsaiiMi. 'I be Oiiij lllutuiiiatinir com
pany, nansiicia, urno.
WANTED-OOH SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v ikluQ'l to take orders for tbe celebrated
fclnifcr sewinir ruacatne. A No. 1 contract
given to riKbt parties. Cull on or address tbe
Smfcer Mar.uf aei-jrliifr compaoy, 417 HarTl&oc
trcut, uavenport, low a.
WAXTKO-WfiMKN TO HIND DRESS
vv fl.ielu's at borne. Steady work: d stance
no ills 'dvanluKi- ask your dealer to jliow vein
Ivora Sliii-lds. Kora eblclds snao on waist
wiiboul sew ma Send H" ct-nts for cataloyu-
f w ork I he Kora Sl ield company, 5J5
Hroome street. New Yi rk.
V A NTED SOI.K ITOSS FOR ACCIDENT
w ami sick ncDeru insuranuv. lumu mun
fv for ri'al live aciive so iciiors. Must have
home solu-itois ubj fpcil; the German and
Sweilisb lanvii.ies t ail at 70i Hradv struct
lave iM.rl. ul;i-ro:.n p i i . or audrcls Iabur
ance a'tnt. ratue address.
r A NTED TO EOAN MONEY ON DIA
T monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical insi.-uinoni-s. bicycles, clotbinir. dry
KiMids. furniiurc. etc llntiiest rash price
paid for second hand i;oods of all kinds also.
I'he above Koods for sale at baif tba usual
store price-,. All buslrtss transactions strictly
cocridentl .1. His new number and location.
IftaSecural avenue. I oii't forget iu J. W
Jones. Two rlnKs on 1347.
I7OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OYER DAVID
Don s store, Iril7 Second avenue.
1j''OK K?NT ITNFCRNISIIEI) ROOMS IN-J-
quire at i5.T' Fourth avenue.
TjlOK RENT-I.A RC.E DOWN STAIRS
J- front room, Urst ho jsc back of the L'nioc
"LIOR RENT FIM:NISHEI KOI M WITH
-A all mudc n c jii enienccs, at till Second
TOIt RENT Ft'ltN'ISHED R M M WITH
-A- all modern conveniences, at 3,Vi'iTwen
IOR ICENT THIJEE Ft'KNISHED RiKl.MS
for lixbt housekeeping, in chillren. Ad
dress Aliics oClee.
IIOR KENT NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for ifpni lemen. at reasonable
pri'-es. lmiuirc at isio Third avenue.
I4'OR RENT FII.'ST FI.1W1R OF TWO
story house, consisiiiv.r of live rooms.
Rent Jin. In.iiirc at 1 1 10 Third avenue.
Voi! hi nt a 7-::oom mcdkkn hofse.
. furnished, for six momhs. lies', central
location. Ac ply ioimediatclv lo ilt Second
avenue. Cull mornings. Kcfcreuees rcjuired.
IOR RENT AT 1J-.H SECOND AVF.N'1'R,
larce rooms, well furnished: Kas. bath.
Mesrn beat. A rirst-elass hTnc table l!est
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and feecoud avenue.
IOU RENT -Til SEE KI HSISHEI) ISO. IMS
for ll-hi bousekeepini.'. on t-rouml Moor
i-ew uouse into Jiew III lilsniulTs l.asl Co I.I1TC
between Fiftn a l Mxth avenues on Tinih
Kircet. Inuuire evenings.
I SOK RENT-A NfNE ROOM HOFSE ON
Seicntem Ih street and Twelfth avenue.
All modern iniprovrmcn's. Would rent to
two small families if de ird Inquire of J. D.
Heecher. no sJt.ventit.nta street.
Vi'K RENT-3 ICtiOM FLAT. FI'RNtSHED
J- ir tiaturni.-h d. for liu-bt housekeeping
Hot water, teat and all modern conveniences.
Residence location. Pan lo must be respon
sidle. Apply -j-jm Seventh aveuue.
P-OR SALE A F1KST-CLASS LUNCH
counter and fixtures. Apply at sTs Thirty-tli-'hth
1KJR RALE A HAKD-CDAL IIKATCR
used one t cason. renickltd t-is year. AC
dres -X" Ar.'us oillco.
liXJK SALE NINE-A CUE FKl'IT FARM.
-A? All kinds of fruit: tood bulidinm: near
town. A bargain for some one II taken soon.
Gordon & How man.
VOR SALE AT A bACKIKICE. 40-ACRE
J? fane near town. Vau of fruit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
K'a cheap for cash. No trado. Gordon
I7OR SALE COAL IN ANY gCANT
of ) bushels or over at nil per ton, de
Ivercd C. O. D. to anv part of tne city. Leave
orders at Commercial bose barbershop. Hock
Island, or Kuos J aiccs, Milan.
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
w;th about W di.Terent slides. suita!i:e for
tilling leal blanks or ay decriptiin of papers
la fiat foriu to be keut ia bape for writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just tbe
thing- for any oillee with contracts. ec.. to
Lie. Address H. K. C care ol Tai AkoCs.
IfOK SAUAN'Y ONE WISHING TO
emlark in a cood p i:m busines can do
so by investing in househi Id fjrti.urc nd
keeping rHmers. Cat but the fumlsbim:s aid
rent the bouse in running erder. I'enlral Incit
ii. n and all nuil-rn conveniences. Address
As. Ou ' AHotbonicc.
is at tne roots, flipping
the ends cf the hair is
of a tree with rotten
roots. Vou must strike
at the source.
They invigorate the
roots feed them. This
gives life, beauty grace
tt the hair. Everyone
should use them.
T. H. THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
FOUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
have same by calling at K. L & P. round
bouse. F'OR SALE OR RENT A 20rt ACRE FAR"
cne mile from Coal Valley. Inquire of
fOR SALK OR TRAI E V GO. ID JERSEY
cow. or will tr.de her fo" cood p'aoo: al
ii e m d upriBht piano for sal-4 for f03. Ad
dress " N" Am.Cs oillee.
I' OST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
A between EiKbt-and-a-balf aad Nin'b ave
nues, a pair of pId spectacles. Finder wUl
please return to Tun Algous oroce.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
Kaire loa-s by W. II Eastman. 1712 sec
ond avenue, without pubilty or removal. He
also mikes collections nard ones a special Ly.
WIIXIWER. 4) YEA R. YOUNG. HOL1V
in' bii.'h mifilic no.itifn. worth stmi.iijo
elegant new home. wiiuM marry a seiistDlc
icim, who would appreciate kindness Ad
ress "tdward." 17 K Fort etb street, Chica
1ALMISTRY TIIEIAa. THE EGYPTIAN
pa'mist. is here by special reiiuest. and
can be coriMi LtQ conllderuiaUv on a.l subiecis
of life, business or love ailairs. Palmistry is a
science ny wnicn tne past, present and future
can be toI3. sjati.sfaci ton uarau'eed. Redd-
lns:s S5 and up. l'arlors 637 Seventeenth
MRS. liKSA NT. LOCATE" AT 1IJ MAIN
street. Lmvenporl. ialls you bv vour
1- u iin'uf, ii-u e cri iuniK on want to Know.
U ves yoi.r mother s maiden name. t Us what
you c.iilci for. No money tateii un ess suns
tied, (.ive-ifull mime of your friends, enemies,
relatives, or any name. Tel's your past, rreseni
li'e. your en' ire future, and how- to be success
ful I all business, law. love affairs, marri Lrt:iin(l
evtrythini.-. Vv 111 alw tell bow to contre-l uuu
faeiaaie tne (me you l-ve. or ai;v one vou ad
mire, knuw or uiet. atid bow to have vour
want ar t w ishes satlsti.d. bow to live con
tented and liubpv tbe rest of vour life, anl be
lucky and fortunate: bow to obtain be mone
you want and what you are best adapted for.
a-u now to overcome an trouine. All told
with ut oskim.' a siokIc question. Mrs Hcsant s
predictions are alwais :orreet. uml never iiil
to com -j true, as thousand, of people in every
land cn testify. Special terTs to callers this
week til v. All business and transact! ins slriet-
ly c irjfident i l Pariorssi ar,ani;etl ynu will
meet no ne If so d-ired Consirt-tions
s rictlv rivate. Free. fre-. fr e. valuable ii-
forinatioti you otisiht to know coniternitiir tie
arTatr-. of I )e Perma-ent allress and fftinr
IMt Michigan avenue. Chi ao. lii. Now nt J12
Maiu street. Daveopirl. Iowa.
Guarantee to Cure.
Dr. U. Branch,
CANCERS AND TUMORS
Internal or external,
without the knife.
Cures IUood Poison
and other chronic
Oliicc: 1 I E:ist Seventh street, rooms
1 and St. I 'mil, Minn.
Kc:td Test i l.i ony:
"Mr. Mutthew Youn"-, of this vil
lage, has entirely recovered. He was
alllicted with cancer of the lower lip.
The cancer was removed the 1st of
September by Dr. Uriah Branch, of
St. Paul, who is a cancer specialist.
l)v. Jfrancli tlnl not use a knife, but
put on a salve which drew out the
cancer. Ine principal cure was ef
fected by some internal remedy.
which lr. ISranch sa3-s kills the can
cer sferiii. ami which has proven true
n Mr. louiio; s ca.se. for he was cured
n 10 days. No tear remains, and the
cure is permanent.' '
Dr. I riah Hranch s oflice is No. 14
East Seventh street. St. Paul.
Cincinnati : :: :::: 59. 75
Sept. 7th, 14th,
20th and 28th.
Tickets Good Thirty Days
M. A. PATTERSON.
GerTl Pass. Agent,
Sock Island, IT.
lipN. I- & P. By.
TAINTED THE SPRING
HOW WHISKY ' GAP, WY., GOT ITS
Tbe Frontiersmen's Fable That tbe
Mo an turn Stream Was a Fountain,
of Youth Dispelled by the True Sto
ry of the Blending Proeeaa.
One of the historic places in the west
is Whisky Gar. W.v. The old tlm
dwellers of mountain and plain the
men who "fought Indians and hunted
buffalo out west' during the overland
train days of the early sixties hare
Bbruggred their shoulders at the men
tion of Whisky Gap for nearly 40
years. This is the place, according to
their belief, where real "firewater
gushed out of the rocks In a beautiful
mountain spring to quench the thirst
of a whole eompany of Uncle Sam's
trained Indian lighters. "It was noth
ing but pure spring water," they say;
"a veritable fountain of youth."
Colonel C. C. Coutaut. the author of
a history of Wyoming and the pioneer
days of the west. Las learned the true
story of Whisky Gap to be somewhat
different from the fountain of youth
fable. According to historical record
of the early days along the govern
ment overland trail. Whisky Gap re
ceived Its name in 1SG2 during the
building of the overland stage route
from Denver to Salt Lake City anJ
the Pacific coast.
The people of Denver had long been
working to secure the regular oveii.m 1
stage route, then connecting the cast
and the west. In ISO.: Hen Ilolliday,
a veteran stage man, became proprie
tor of the great overland line, and he
agreed upon a route running through
Denver to the west. He decided to dis
continue that part of the road running
up the North I'latte and the Sweetwa
ter rivers and across South Pass, Wy.
The many Indian diilieultlcs experi
enced on this route were the induce
ments to abandon it.
The new trail led by way of Jules
burg, Colo., to Denver, and on over the
established wagon road to Fort liUp
ton. and north across Laramie plains,
then due west through Rrldge Pass,
Wy.. -joining the old trail leading
across he country to the Pacific coast.
The change was made during the sum
mer of 1MJ2. All the rolling stock,
horses and other property of the com
pany were gathered at the station just
atove Devil's Gate, in central Wyo
ming. Company A of the Eleventh
Ohio cavalry, witli Major OTarrell in
command, was the detailed escort at
at the time.
During the first day the long line of
coaches, wagons, horses and mules
made 11 miles from the station whore
the property had been gathered. The
route chosen was directly south from
the Sweetwater river. The camp se
lected was in a gap in the mountains
where there were a line spring and
plenty of wood for cooking purposes.
Shortly after going into camp the
major discovered that quite a number
of his soldiers were intoxicated, and he
at once sent for Lieutenant W. II.
Itrown, who was officer of the day, and
informed him of the condition of many
of the men and gave it as his opinion
that some one w:rs selling whisky in
the camp. The command was domg
escort duty not only for stage stock
and stores, but also fur a number o?
emigrants who hail availed them
selves of the opportunity for safe con
duct over the plains.
Lieutenant I5rov.ii received orders
to search all wagons, and if he should
discover whisky to destroy it. Taking
a corj.Kral ami three or four men, he
commenced the search for the contra
band article and found at last a barrel
of whisky in an emigrant wagon. The
officer ordered his men to roll the bar
rel out of the wagon, knock In the head
and empty the contents on the ground.
This was done, but It chanced that the
spot where the whisky was emptied
was just above the spring, and the
fiery liquid went iouring down Into
the water supply of the camp.
The soldiers saw what was going
on, and they rushed forward with
cups, canteens, buckets and camp ket
tles to save what they could of tlm
coveted "spirits." Mauy a man stoop
ed over the spring and drank almost
without breathing until he was drunk.
One soldier who had succeeded in
getting a full canteen from the spring
paid his respects to Major OTarrell
at the headquarters tent, assuring his
commanding ofllcer, with maudlin
mien and many a "hie," that that was
the finest spring he had ever seen an J
the very best water he had ever tasted.
Major OTarrell was apprehending
an attack from the Indians that night,
and the condition of his men fairly dis
heartened him. He saw at a glance
that even a small band of savages
could make a successful raid on his
camp, consequently the sober and loss
Intoxicated men were kept on the alert
all night. Fortunately, uo Indians put
In an apiearauce. and by morning th
debauched men bad slept off their in
toxication. Thus the gap in the mountains
where the camp was made received
the name of Whisky Gap. For many
years It was the favorite camping
place for the more credulous of the
old freighters and emigrants of the
"trail days." but the little spring was
never a "fountain of youth" as it had
been in the old days, when "firewater"
gushed up out of the rocks to quench
the thirst of a company of Unite!
States soldiers. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Aa He Pat It.
rianche tcld this story of an Irish
man who was driving a mail coach.
He observed him to be tying his neck
up In the voluminous folds of Lis com
forter end remarked, "Vou seem to be
taking very good care of yourself, my
"Och, to be sure. I am. Fir. answer
ed the driver. whats all the world to
a irun when his wife's a widdy!"
AXDAtf S1A A1K1SGS.
Aednlusia, Sept. 20. There is to be
a duuee given in the Andalusia town
hal! Friday evening, Oct. 6.
May Roseman is on tbe sick list.
Mr. FinJeyhas returned from Rey
nolds. George Britton has returned from
Miss Lucy Dunbar has gone to take
up her school at Oak Ridge.
Robert Rrookman has returned
home from Central City. Iowa.
The dance in our town hall last Fri
dav evening was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Heath spent Sunday
with tne former's parents in Milan.
Mrs. Hubbard, of Pavenport, spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. West-
I. W. Richards, of Angora, Iowa,
preached in the Baptist church Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Claypool visited the
latter s parents in Muscatine last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson, of
Rock Island, spent Sunday with Mrs.
A. w. smith.
Miss Srltua Anderson is slowly re
covering from a severe attack of
Joslin, Sept. 20. Willie Whiteside
is attending school in iioiine.
Charles Fleming now makes his
home with John Liphardt.
Seven of our voung people attended
the dance at Hillsdale lhursdav mgnt.
Robert Savage is building the foun
dation wall for Senator Payne s new
Mrs. Baker, of Genesco. is visiting
with her niece, Mrs. Murphy, of
Miss Emma Nold, of Rock Island,
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Nold.
Miss Jennie Zollinger, of port Bv.
ron, visited Wednesday with the
Born, Sent. 9, to Mr. and Mrs. John
Leasurc, a daughter; also to Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Johnson, a daughter.
Mrs. titzgiblwns and John Buckley
are both hauling lumber for new
barns to be erected upon their farms.
Mrs. Ld Wainwright and daughter,
of Dakota, arrived Tuesday for a 2-
weeks1 visit with mends and relatives.
At Alexander Dunbar's sale Satur
day last cows, steers, heifers, calves,
hogs and pigs brought a satisfactory
Saturday Jat .uma crossed bats
with Erie on the grounds of the lat
ter, which resulted in favor of Erie 10
Mrs. William Payne left Friday for
Danville to visit her daughter, Mrs
M. B. Bailey. Frank Payne has re
turned home to spend a month before
going south to spend the winter.
Cordova, Sept. 20. Pratt Deyoe,
of Moline, was in town Tuesdav.
Mrs. W. G. Lawrence spent Thurs
day of last week at Clinton, Iowa.
School in district JNo. b commenced
Monday morning with Mav Piuneo as
Joseph Karr, of Brooklyn, Iowa,
spent a few days last week with his
A part v of Cordova people spent a
pleasant Thursday last week at Black
Hawk's Watch Tower.
W. T. Humphry left Monday for
Lincoln, Neb., for a visit witn his
sister, Mrs. A. Benway.
Several of our citizens are employed
in the construction of the new railroad
on the other side of the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bronson re
sumed their journey, by wagon,
towards Cleveland, Ohio," Tuesday.
after spending nearly a month with
relatives nnd friends.
Abbie Parks, the 11-year-old daugh
ter of Mrs. Fanny Parks, died Friday
evening of consumption of the bones,
after a long and severe illness. Fu
neral services were held Sunday at 2
u from the residence, liev. Me-
Gillfry, of the Baptist church, olliciat-
Foster, Sept. 20. Peter Houri, his
daughter and nephew, of Lone Tree.
Iowa, visited over Sunday with rela
A number of our people will attend
the Aledo fair this week.
Mr. and Mrs. frank Gillett visited
ast week with relatives near Aledo.
Fred Revnohis arrived home Satur-
dav from l)e Voe, S. D., where he has
Ed Le Quatte and family departed
Saturday for EUinsburgh, Wash.,
where they formerly resided.
Leonard atson departed 1 uesuay
for Jacksonville, 111., to resume his
studies at the school for the deaf.
(Juite a number of people from the
various cnurcnes belonging to tne
Quarterly Meeting association were in
attendance at the meeting held at the
Baptist church last week.
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave Gen. Burnham, of
Machias, Me , when the doctors said
she could not live till morning,"
writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, who at
tended her that fearful night. "All
thought she must soon die from pneu
monia, bnt she begged fcr Dr. King's
New Discovery, saying it had more
than once saved her life and had ch red
her of consumption. After three
small doses she slept easily all night,
and its further use completely cured
her. Ibis marvelous medicine is
guaranteed to cure all throat, chest
and lung diseases. Only 5Uc and
fl. Ttial bottles freo at Ilartz &
Ullemever's drug store.
2? o n
VTA Isi Y:a Hare h2y az$A
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
Budget of Mews timthvred In the Town ou
Milan, Sept 21. Isaac Rickets left
last week for a visit to his old home
Charles Fitzsimmons is on the sick
The village has been testing its new
Mrs. F. II. Caldwell and children
spud Wednesday at Cable.
u. K. south has installed a new
office in his barn.
Miss Maud Bjoev. of Andalusia, is
visiting the Misses Muse.
Harttnau Fitzsimmons has been on
the sick list for the past, -week.
George Tenges has recovered from
his recent illness and is now able to
Mr. and Mrs. George Whitehead, of
Sears, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mar
Mrs. G. 11. Honcns will leave next
week to visit her brother in Chata-
Mr. and Mrs.- James Perkins visited
their daughter. Mrs. W. Barnett, at
Taylor Bidge, this week.
Ira White's best horse died at Tav
lor Ridge, where be stopped for a rest
with a load he was taking to the Aledo
II- S. Dibbern has commenced lay
ing the foundation for his house which
he expects to have completed before
The houses that are being erected by
Post Bros aud L. L. Rhoauarmer are
nearing completion and will greatly
improve the town.
A barn on the farm occupied by
Phil Graham and owned by John
Brasher, near the campground, was
burned last week. Mr. Graham lost
So tons of hay and two horses. Last
July three of Mr. Graham's horses
were killed bv lightning.
TELL ABOUT IT.
A Kut'k Inland Citizen 1 Plewuid to do it
for the Iteneflt of Ot!ir.
When vou know a good thing, tell
It will not lessen its goodness.
But will do good to others.
There's more misery just like it.
There are lots of lame backs in Rock
It's a busv place and backs are used.
There's urinary trouble to a large
Colds effect the kidnevs.
The kidneys are the same, not the
Keep them in shape and life is life
Doan's Kidney Pills do perfect work
Are for kidneys only.
Rock Island people testify to their
Here's a case of it: Isaac Shif-
fer, of 52'J Fifteenth street, employed
at the Aloiine Gas works, says
There was a dull heavy pain in the
smail of mv back continually, and
after stooping it was all I could do to
straighten again. There was always
too frequent action of the kidney se
cretions, which was very annoying
especially through the day. 1 saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised in our
paper, and I procured a box from
Marshall & Fisher's drug store. After
a short treatment the dull, aching
pains left me, my back felt stronger.
and the kidney secretions were re
stored to their normal condition,
know of others who had a similar sat
isfactory experience with Doan's Kid
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price oU cents. Mailed by
Fcster-M-lburn company, Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
A I.lvelr Barrel.
An actor tells of a tragic experience
Le had while playing in a little town in
southern Texas. In one of the scenes
of the play, in which he acts the vil
lain, he hides himself in a barrel, that
he may listen to a conversation be
tween the hero aud heroine, whose fu
ture well being he is tryiug to destroy.
In the town hall there was little if any
"property" material. A barrel would
do to conceal himself in. so a "hired
baud" was sent out to find oue. He
The time came for the actor to do his
part. He slipped in the barrel with
ease. The man and the woman ap
peared, and while they were In the
midst of an animated conversation
there came a howl from the barrel that
fairly shook the rafters. This was fol
lowed by the eavesdropper crawling
out with his hands to his face, aud ho
In turn was followed by a swarm of
wasps. The wasps got among the
stage people and those in the audience,
which created so much confusion that
the sho'.v was broken up. Gal veston
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
Ilniilrin 'th.-Ltin mv travels in all
parts of the worlJ, "for the last 10
years, I have met more people having
used Green s August Jriower than any
other remedy, for ilyspepsia, deranged
liver and stomach, and for constipa
tion. I find for tourists and salesmen.
or for persons tilling ollice positions.
where head aches and general baa leei
ings from irregular habits exist, that
Green's August Flower is a grand rem
edy. It does not injure the f-vstetit
by frequent use, aud is excellent for
sour stomachs and indigestion." Sam
ple littles freo at T. II. Thomas'.
CHHU UY utftltts iu uu t;jiui.i;ii
The healing properties of Binner
Salve are truly marvelous. ,It is a
thorough antiseptic and heals all
wounds, cuts and burns without leav
ing a scar.
Al 4Sl4 B XkVUV W1V1 1 .si.o " -4A 1
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cent.. Reins' 1
drug store, '
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
of the most virulent character.
La Grippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one week the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. You cannot escape la grippe by iso
lation. You breathe in bacteria in every breath.
Grippe can be Cured 'by Foley s Honey and Tar.
Tins is guaranteed.
Grippe can be Prevented by Foley s Honey ana
Tar. This is guaranteed.
Foley s Honey and Tar reaches the root of the
disease. It destroys and eradicates the germs
of la grippe. It puts the system on a plane to
resist and expel these microbes.
Foley's Honey and Tar, by absolutely curing
la grippe, leaves no loophole for future lung
trouble, thro'at diseases, stomach disorders and
fatal organic troubles.
All dnifcists soli Foley's Honey and Tr under a positive r'nirunirrr!
to prevent or cure la grippe iu any slage, leiiviriK the system siron;;
agtiiubl infections of any kind.
Grippe starts with a cold. Cure that cold in or.e day with
Folefs Hone? and Tar. It aires all colds aud positively
Direction of Steve F. Millek.
FOItONE NK'.HT ONLY.
Saturday Evening, Sept. 23.
The greatest domestic comedy
of the age.
Ulii lUlttUUUlll Ulllli
PR K 5 KMTi:i IJ V THE
I.ittlc Streak o'Simsblne, MISS SAIV
1K lnYMuND Supported by tbe n
imitaMe c-meilUn Wit. KIltOD HAY
MUM), nnd a selec.ed company of ar
tists. KewrliU-n. up to-d-ite. iif v
honirs. (lain ei and specialties. Spncial
scenery from the famous llusiirllee
1'riees 15c, 2Se. aso and floe. Seats on sale at
lilcuer s jewelry store.
I I Ktifvic PV MlT.r.RH.
Sole Lessee and Manager
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
Sunday, Sept 24.
. . i
G ASK ELL'S
Iu tbe naval .scene production,
THE WHITE SQUADRON!
Clianire of n'av niuriUy! A ear load of spc
cial scenery, prperiies an3 Klecirioal effects.
On Monday nlfht. Sept. "JSth any lady will lie
admitt- d free with cacn paid buc ticket.
I'rlcen 1 , 20 and 30c.
Sole of beats at lileuer's jewelry store.
Ukocb The Direction Of GtAiBetjM Kindt &Cq
Friday, Sept 22.
OPEXINc; OF THE SEASON.
Newest and Most Original Farce.
DEAR OLD CHARLIE.
Tbe best cast ever seen here:
. GEOlt'jK BONIFACE,
Prices, f 1.00. 75c, 5c and 25c. Seat alc at
of Northwestern University, iaartU"n
Chicago, Kvanton, 111. tbe Dean,
Prof. V. C. LIT KIN, Single Hall, Evauatoo.
Than Small Pcx, JVZrci- Fever,
Cholera or any other eontagious
disease. Ask your Doctor.
Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one acd thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
ness 'of the system lejt over from
Grippe is little J cared because
it is little 'understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye cf the
A genuine hard case of la
ever leaves a sound system.
g cc yuirycr.
On account of laying of cor
ner stone of new Govern
ment liuilding and fall festiv
ities,' Chicago, Oct. 4th to 11th,
The liurlinton will have on
sale tickets to CHICAGO and
return at a HOUND TUU'
11A1 1: OE
Five Dollars, Selling Oct. 2nd
to 9th inclusive,
Willi limit for returning to
aud including Oct. 1 1th.
II. D. Mack, D. I. A.
M. J. YoiNO, Agent.
Phones 2131 and 1180.
AH kinds of repairing, and
plumbing, gas and steam
litting done juickly and in a
thorough manner. Supplies
furnished and every order
given prompt attention.
1805 First Avenue.
Melt's Nerverine Pifis
diseases of th'.
rrans cf cilher
bLi OKK AND At il.lt I.SI.-1J.
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00
per box by milj 6 boxes for $5.00.
WOn S CHEMICAL CO., Prep's. Clefsland, Chls.
For nale by M. F. IlahDnen, dru&rlgt, corno
Wourto avenue and Twnnlielb tree I
John VoIK & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAN CVACTL'KEIUI Or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Yeneercd and Hard Woxl Floor
ing ol All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, ttevoCi
Plate and Art J Aad.
lueenu Rock Island.