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THE AB9CTS. FIUDAY. DECEJIBEn 28, 1900. -
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pAtJft h& 1WB.V Tien eta
can tie purchased or bse-pae
checked tK.LK Twenileib
tree depot, or C, R. L P.
deiot. corner Flflu .venue and
Thlrty-nrst street. Frsok II Plusmer. Agent
BJL1T. I Wl
Denver Limited A Omaba..
r. Worth, Denver 4K.C.
Omaha and Des Moines....
.it 3:10 am 8.-00 an
.it 5:0S aml10:S5 pm
,'t S:50 ami 9:00 pm
. t 8:00 am 11:10 pm
l2m am 8:00 am
Omaba Lincoln Kx ; 7:65 am tl 1:10 pm
Ie Moines ft Omaba
11:56 pm t 6:10 am
8:06 am t 8:06 am
:12:15 m't 6:52 am
I 4:30 pmi" 6:30 pm
8:05 am't 6:05 pm
Denver. Lincoln A Omaba.
Des Molnea Express ,
Roffk Island A Bureau Ac.
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis ...
Denver. Ft. Worth K C
5:00 am 10:40 pm
Kansas City. St JoeADnvr 11:10 pm;t 6:80 am
Rock Inland Washington 1 1 0 pm t 8:55 pm
Chicago A Des Mo'.nes. . . t 2:15 pm-: 3:f 0 pm
Rock Island AHrooklyn Ac 5:35 pmit 7:10 am
tOmaba ARock Island... .. 8.35 pm
tCbieago. A Davenport. 1 it pm
Arrival. tDeparture. tDaliy, except Soi -DUy
except Saturday. Ail others dally. Te
Tf OCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue und Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C R. L ft H. (Mo
Une avenue I depot five (h)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff. Agent.
Bpr gCeid. Cincinnati, Peo-
r!a, etc !
Peoiia. SprlrgSeld, St. I.
lis etc. 06 am
Peorl Exp.-c.w 7:33 pm
Peoria, bprlryCeid, Cincin
nati ; 1:45 pm
Cable Accommodation ! 6:00 am
Oable ft Sn-rrard Accom. .
Cable ft Sberra-d Accom..1 8:40 am
Cable ft Sber'.d Accom.. S:30 pm
Trains marked dally; all
eicept 3-r.d 7.
other trains dally
T.AVENPORT, ROCK ISL---and
ft Northwestern rail
way ("The Trl CIty Route.")
Passenger station at Rock
Island ft Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. Y. Ber
ry, Q. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, I 4
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago. Omaba.
Denver. Rock ford. Janes
vlile. Madison (leave Dav
enport, Clinton, Chicago, Dixon,
Sterling ar. Dnvenportt.
Cllnton.Umaba Sioux City,
Utaa and 1'aclflc Coast..
C3 n on, Htcrling, Dixon,
7:15 ami 6:15 pm
6 50 pm
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-
rlile, Madison. KocKford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
6 45 pm
Trains marked dally,
eept Sue 1 ajt.
All others dally ex-
TJTTRLINGTON ROUTE O.,
JH. ft Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOCNO,
61. L. Sprtngileid. Peoria. i 1
Hur. Quln. via Mnnmoutb 6:66 am 7:16 pnj
Chicago, bterUng.CUntonft I
Dubuque it 7:46 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur i i
i:ngton. Denver and west t 2:40 pmltll:58 am
Bt. Paul ft Minneapolis 7:60 pm 8:15 am
Bterltug, Clinton ft Dubuque I 7:50 pm t 8:40 am
Bt. Kans C. Denver ft! I
"wmi via Galesburg ' 7:16 pm 6:56 am
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
VST. PAUL, railway Ra
cine ft Soutnwestern Division
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
Mall and Express..,
Bt. Paul Express...,
freight and iccorn
7.30 ami 11:30 am
4:0i) pm! r.5o pm
6:20 pml 10:89
All trains dally except Sunday.
CHAS E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N.J.
Trader Ins. Co., - - Chicago, II'.
Uuion Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, IV
ltockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven. Conn
Ins. Co. State of 111., Bockford, 111
Offlce. Room 3. Buford Mock. Rates
as low as consistent with security
J. M. Buford,
The old fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-3a tea as low as any
can a3ord. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Ktre and Accident Insur
Rochester German Ina Oo
New Hampshire ,
.Eoet ester, N T
HuSalo, X y
.facoheater, N H
Milwaukee Mechanics " M
ridrCty atd Casualty
CWlce corner Kghteec
Second avenue, second
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the seaaiae, Ofifinal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made enly by tr4iaom Me4h
cine Co.. MadiMMi. Wis. It
keeps y svelL Our tra.4
mark cut aacb fwckairs.
Price. 3S ceets. svr
In balk. AccrpS M '
T. H. Thoanas, sole acenk
1100 Lewis' Single
To be given Away.
One thousand (1,000) Lewis' Single
Binders will be given away to those
persons making the closest guesses as
to the number of cigars sold by this
factory during the year 1900.
These Prizes Will Be Divided as
200 Lewis' Single Binders to the person mak
ing the closest guess.
150 Lewis' Single Binders to the person mak
ing the second closest guess
li Lewis' eingle Binoers to the person mak
ing the tbifd closest guess, x
?J Lewis' tingle B.nders to each of the next
11 bes'. guesser
In aid Lion t this. 100 lewis' Slrgle Binders
will be given to tb bet gue-s on the Increase
in th-, number of cigars told from this factorv
la l Kjriover
You are entitled to but one guess on each
proposition. No guess received later than 6
p. in.. January 5. lnol.
Address an guesses to
FRANK P. LEWIS, Peoria, 111.
inator Tin Foil Smoker Package.
Quality Brings the Business.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Sunday, Dec. 30th.
Smith &. Lumb present the
MURRAY COMEDY CO.
The biggest and icm repertoire show
on earth in Lincoln J. Curler s comedy
JUST BEFORE DAWN."
With all special scenic etTects.
IMcPs lOc.Ocand 30c. Sale of seats
ODt-n Friday at Bleuer's jewelry store.
Charles Hleuer, Sole Lessee and Mgr
ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING
Sunday, Dec. 23.
Hadley Rotnour present their
Imperial Stock Company.
Headed by MISS I'l.OltA DK VOSS
atslsied by un excellent company.
Prices lOc, 20c and3Cc.
UhocbThc Direction CpCmambzjujmajndtIiC.
Friday, Dec. 28.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OK MRS KISKE
Presentint; the May In Four Acts
Founded on Thackeray's -Vanity Fair."
Prices J. 1..S". l 7o and 5uc Scats
on s.ile at flake's Monday.
A la Carte
The C.-:fs spTAice on Qufn &
Cr?:.e:.: tr:;::is is n -t-J l.T its
excclleiKC. Meals are served a Ai
catlc. Snowy linen, parkling
crystal, noiseless scr- nnts and a
faultless incnu fiive zest to appe
Queen a Crescent
Uoutf, U-;:?x.- V". a:iJ Plant
Cvstetr. tr..::-.s C::K::sn.iti to Wx
;Ja enrr.' c.'.z, r-;'l-'r a:J f,-ser"
'.i'in . i-s. Tree chair cars on
)j-:.o'.r s 'i'hif:. A:r;er
mi . V...I r ; st. lL4'.
f. mt'"'. -i:
t j.s tmut, c;ciii.
INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
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MOW M t HOMC O
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
I FT I
ARSENIC IS THE BEES.
Chemist Declares the Brewer
There for a Purpose.
Chicago, Dec. 29. The possibility of
arsenical poisoning io beer was the
tcpic of popular interest at the opening
session of the convention of the Amer-
icar. Chemical society yesterday. Tfie
! chtsiist from all parts of the
-ouutry turned from discourses on
atoms and elements and joined in the
argument growing out of the recent
wholesale poisoning In England.
Ir. Edward Cudeman charged the
brewers with wilfully introducing into
ieer an arsenical anti-septic to prevent
the fermentation of the beverage from
progressing too far, and his assertion:
proved the sensation of the session.
Several other chemists spoke on the
question, urging that all beer and oth
er brewed liquors should be thorough
ly analyzed to protect the consumers
from dangers of poison.
Charles A. Parsons, of New Hamp
shire, gave a recitte for distinguishing
oh-ouiargarine f butter. The sam
ple should Ik ed in boiling milk
and cooled. 1 stirred during the
pnx-ess. If the fat collects into a ball
the sample is oleomargarine; if not, it
THERE ARE OTHERS, PROBABLY
Scheme of a Man Who Wanted to See
Minnaio!is, Iec. 'J8. A live baby.
chirping and crowing from the limb of
a ChriMma tree, "was the present
w hich Fred L. McChllan and his wife
of :tJT Ka-t Sixtieth street received at
the fa mil r reunion. The babv was
the gift of Ira II. Shattuck. Mrs. Mc
t'lellaifs father, the proprietor of the
Hotel Xkollet. The whole thing was
ii ranged by Mr. Shattuck. with the J
assistance of members of his family.
It gsive him the blues, he said, to
entiT his daughter's house and not find !
a toddler or two. Shattuck got into '
the parlor where a mammoth tree had
lxen stationed, and on a safe, stont .
limb h hung the baby by its broad
irdle. The baby, which is nearly a
year old. kept as still as could b?.
What Thrr Ild Not Know.
Chicago. Tec. 2. Mayor Harrison.
Chief of Police Kipley, and other of
ficials were "put on the rack" by the
grand jury yesterday, and what they
got from them was declared innocence
of any knowledge of vice or crime in
Chicago. When the grand jury ad
journed for the night its uiemlvera
plit in two factions. One faction de-
maiKttMl the Indictment ot Tour city
tliciaN and a number of dive-keepers.
The other side insists there must be no
Michigan Hank Closed.
Washington, Iec. 2S. The First Na
tional bank at White Pigeon, Mich.,
was closed last night by order of the
comptroller of the currency, upon re
eipt. of a telegram from National
Hank Examiner .1. . Semen that the
board of directors of the bank had
passed a resolution requesting the
comptroller to take charge. Examiner
Sehlen was in the bank at the time the
resolution of the board was adopted
and has leeu appointed receiver.
Found a Fortune in a Trunk.
Springfield, Ills.. Dec. 2S. Forty-
five thousand dollars "In government
bonds with the coupons still attached.
ami running hack for thirty years,
were found Wednesday in a chest In
a hut occupied oy Hermit lpsuanti
mith. who died a few days ago. He
had lived near Fletcher, Miami coun
ty, for forty years and was not known
to have a cent.
Mining Machines Cause a Strike.
Pittsburg, lec. 2S. Six hundred
miners of the Hakerton Coal company
nt sterling No. 12.. near Itarneshoro.
on the Pennsylvania railroad, were
yesterday reported on strike. The
strike arises from the recent introduc
tion of mining machines, and live
mines of the company have been forced
to suspend operations.
New Society Organized.
Albany. N. Y., Iec. 28. The United
States Soldiers' Christian Aid society,
witli prin iial ortices in New York city,
was incoriorated ycuterday. It pro
poses to lalor to advance the social,
moral and religious condition of the
enlisted men of the T'nited States
Case of Kidnaping in Iowa.
.Tu.ld. Ia.. Iec. 28. The 0-year-old
son of Iinis Tonhoe has In-en miss
ing since Tuesday last, and the father
is of the opinion that it is the work of
kidnapers. He offers $.00 for the child
and $l,ln for the kidnapers.
Commercial Teachers' Federation.
Detroit. Dec. 28. The National
Commercial Teachers' Federation last
night elected as president. Jeorge I.
Ijfird. of Salem. Mass. Secretary tl.
W. Hrown's term of office does not ex
pire until next yeai
Cornrr In Beans at Chicago.
Chicago. Dec. 28. A corner In beans
is the latest novelty in the Chicago
market. It is leing engineered by the
Albert Dickinson Co. Within two
weeks the price has risen from ?1.84
per bushel tof2.20
HEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
The city attorney of Chillicothe. Mo.,
in a speech in court indorsed mob law.
Nicholas Iteloga. of Pittsburg, ftold
his wife for and his -year-old son
for two kegs of leer. The purchasep"
was Antonio Abbiticha. He was sn
old sweetheart of the woman, who ?as
consenting to the trade. r
Soretary of State Hay has recov
ered from his indisposition is
Again at his desk.
The 1'nited States whea crop ef
1. was ."i22.220..VC bushelsl.
The pope Iras extended .be Jubilee
year for six months.
I.ord William George Armstrong. In
ventor of the Armstrong gun and a
writer upon electrical and scientific
topics, is i lead.
Mrs. Ham'ger anr) two little daugh
ters perished in thj tire that destroyed
their home near Urookvilie. Pa.
Michael Malone'y, farmer of Ienox
township, near M,introse. Pa., is dead
at the age of 107y
Jane Lill. o .Years old. died from a
cancer of the ht.arx at Dowie'a Zlon,
Dean D. W Batson. of Kentucky
Wefcleyan coll.Vje.has resigned because
of bi opposjt frm to foot ball.
Official tjWj rbow that there are
Zb.'JOO 1P5 the Philrppinau
B00Z INQUIRY CONTINUED.
Iad Biy's Brother Says He Waa Sot
Liar, Coward or Bollard.
West Point, N. Y.. Dec. 2S. There
was an unusually large attendance of
spectators at the military court of in
quiry yesterday. Horace C. Boor, a
civil engineer, of Buffalo, was the
chief witness. His testimony was prin
cipally a denial of the statements made
about his brother, former Cadet Oscar
Jj. Booz, of Bristol, Ta., who died re
cently. Several of the state witnesses
during the progress of the investiga
tion a"cused Booz of having shown
cowardice in his fight with Cadet Kel
".er in August. 1.808. and they also ac
cused him of untruthfulness.
Lieutenant Coe, instructor of math
ematics, in his testimony last week
stated that Booz was not possessed of
sufficient mental capacity to pass the
necessarv examination at' this acad
emy. Ilis brother stated that this
was not so, as the manner in which
the former cadet had passed his exam
inations at the preparatory school at
Bustleton. Pa., proved that Oscar was
possessed of suffici3nt intellect. He
said Oscar was not untruthful and he
was anything but a coward. The bal
ance of the testimony was the usual
story of the mildness of the hazing.
TRUTH ABOUT THE BECKWITHS
Husband of Lincoln's Granddaughter
Wonld Appreciate Less Notoriety.
Creston. Ia.. Dec. 28. Warren Beck
"vith. son-in-law oi Robert T. Lincoln,
returned from Chicago Wednesday and
I resumed his clerie-il duties in the Bur
lington offices, having spent t unstmas
dav with his wife in Chicago, accord-
i ing to her desire. Beck with said that
the recent stories of his wiles uivorce
were wholly false.
Beckwith has rented a house in Cres
ton, and his wife will bo here the lat
ter part of the week to make her home.
Beckwith deplores the frequent publi
cation of rumors about himself and
wife. Intimate friends who know
something about the family relations
declare there is no domestic disturb
ane letween Beckwith and his wife,
and that they are very much attached
to each other.
Tramp Shows Heroic Stuff.
.TetYerson. Wis.. Dec. 28. By the
prompt action of a tramp two Jeffer
son tteople were saved from drowning
in Bock river. Frank Williamson
and his little daughter were crossing
rhe river, when the ice suddenly gave
wav and thev sank. A tramp, seeing
the accident.- jumped into the river and
succeeded in reaching the struggling
n.iir. He held the two above the wat
er until boats reached them. A sub
script ion was taken up for the tramp
and a complete outfit of clothes pur
based for him.
Learned Men and Women.
Philadelphia. Dec. 28. Learned men
and women from every educational
center of The United States gathered
at the University of Pennsylvania yes
lerday to attend the opening session of
the -ongress of archaelogical and phil-
olosrical societies of America. Seven
distinct societies were represented, and
close upon 3ix delegates were present.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicaco. Dec. 2
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today
December ... . .37
December ... 6.92
December January 6.2"
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamery.
2S5f23.c per lb: extra dairy, 21c; pack
ing stock. 12(&13c. Eggs Fresh stock.
20(ct'21c per doz. Dressed Poultry
Choice turkeys, 8c per lb: chickens.
6fa7c: ducks. 8 9c: peese. 79c. Po
tatoes Fair to choice, 4247 per bu.
Apples Common to choice, $1.504.OO
rer brl. Cranberries cape toa, 3.vu
8.50 per brl; bell and bugle, $8.50.
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago. Dec. 27.
Hors Estimated receipts for the day.
32 000; sales ranged at 4.20S4.85 for
pigs. $4.75f5.00 for light. $4.704.80 for
rough packing. $4.7.S5.02 for mixed,
and $4.825.02 frr heavy packing
and shipping lots, with the bulk of sales
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
dav, 11.000: quotations ranged at $5.70
6.10 for choice to extra steers, $5.3Ca
5.65 for good to choice do.. $4.8005.30
fair to good do.. $4.404.90 common to
medium do.. $4.1564.50 butchers' steers.
$4.70&o.60 fed western steers. $2.50(54.40
stockers and feeders. Ji.754.25 cows.
$2.754.50 heifers. $2.5004.25 bulls and
oxen. $4.00:8 4.60 tae9, $3.2004.00 Texas
bteeers. and $4.005.60 veal calves.
Sheep and Lamb?-Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 13.000: quotatior.s
ranged at i3.254.75 western?, $3.00tf
4.75 ra'.'ives. $4.2505.73 western lambs,
and $,.255.70 native lmbs.
Milwaukee. tec. 27.
, Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. 72
ifi73c- No. 2 northern. 70'fi71c. Kye
Firm; Na. 1. 51c. Barley Dull: No.2,
59,'j60c: sample. 4557c. Oats
Steady; No. 2, 2526c
Cora 55t 36C
Oats :ii Qbc.
Hay Timoiny, $12; prairie, 110.
Coal-$3 00 per ton.
Butier Choice to fair, 21 c; fresh creamery,
Bens o per pound.
bpricg chickens, 6c per pound.
CatUe Butchers pT for corn fed steers
4 X sic; cows and heifers 3Sc4c. calve. 4e
CASTOR I A
Tot Infants and Children.
Tti Kind Yea Han Always Bcsgltt
&lHf tor of
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
The C. B & Q. will bare on sale
for the holidays, Christmas and New
i ear, round trip tickets at one and
one-third fare to all stations within a
radius of 200 miles from selling sta
tion. Good Koinjr Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25
and 31, and Jan. 1. Returning eood
to and including Jan. 2.
On account of Christmas and New
Tear holidays, the Rock Island & Peo
ria railway will sell tickets to all
points at one fare and a third for the
round trip, tickets on sale Dec. 22, 23,
24, I'o, 31 and Jan. 1. return limit Jan.
For complete information call on
agent at Rock Island & Peoria railway
or address M. A. Patterson, G. P. A.
Special holiday rates via the D., R.
& N. W. railway. For Christmas
and New Year holidays the D., R. I.
& N. XV. railwav will sell tickets to
points within 200 miles, including
the Chicago & Northwestern railway,
at one and one-third fare. Tickets on
sale Dec. 22, 23 21, 25. 81 and Jan. 1.
limited to return Jan. 2. Also spe
cial rates to students and teachers
who wish to visit their honres for the
holidays. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office, 1803 Second avenue,
phone 1040, or passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street.
Official Council Proceedings.
Itock Khind. 111., Dec. 27. l!(0. The
Council met in .ccial session at S p. in.,
pursuant to a call from the Mayor, for
the consideration of an ordinance pro
viding for the extension and enlargement
of the present waterworks system and
for the issuance of waterworks certifi
cates to the amount of i40.(XM), to pay
for such extension and enlargement. All
the aldermen except Moeller were pres
ent, ami Mayor McC'onochie presided.
Aldcriuau Concannon. from the Finance
Committee, reported the sale of $40,000
of water certificates, at par, bearing
per cent interest, and also an ordinance
on the subject. Iieport adopted.
Alderman Concannon then presented
the ordinance which was ordered con
sidered by unaimoiis vote. He then
moved that the ordinance, be adopted as
read. Alderman Gall moved as a sub
stitute that section S of the ordinance
be stricken out. This was adopted by
unanimous vote, and the ordinance as
amended passed by unanimous vote.
The Council then adjourned on motion
of Alderman Anderson.
II. C .Schatfer, City Clerk.
Jnst Saved His life.
was a thrilling escape
Charles Davis, of Bowerston. O., late
ly had from a frightful death. For
two years a severe lun trouble con
stantly grew worse until it seenieu he
must die of consumption. Then he
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery and lately wrote: 'lt gave in
stant relief and effected a permanent
cure." Such wonderful cures have
for 25 years proven its power to cure
all throat, chest and lung troubles
Price 50 cents and f 1. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Bbeumatlsm Cured in Z4 Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore, of Ilaller & Black
more, Tittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
i in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any cood. I had five of the
best physicians in the city, but I re
ceived very little reliel irom tnem
I know the Mystic Cure to be wnat it
is cepresented and take pleasure in
recommending it to other poor suf
ferrers." Seld by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Kock Island, and Gus
Schletrel & Son. 220 West Second
Sl.OOO Worth of Good.
A. H. Thnrnes3 of Wills Creek Coal
company, Buffalo, O., writeg. nave
been alllicted with kidney and bladder
trouble for years, passiDg gravel or
stcnes, with excruciating pain. Other
medicines only gave relief. After
takieg Foley's Kidney Cure the result
was urpris"ing. A few doses started
the brick dust, like line stones, etc.,
and now I have no pain across my
kidneys and I feel like a new man.
Foley's Kidnev Cure has done me
11,000 worth of good." For sale by
Buchanan, Mich., May 22. Gene
see Pure Food company, Le Roy, N.
Y. Gentlemen: My mamma has been
a great coffee drinker and has found
it very injurious. Having used sev
eral packages of your Grain-O, the
drink that takes the place of coSee,
she finds it much better for herself
and for us children to drink. She has
given up coffee drinking entirely. We
use a package every week. I am 10
years old. Yours respectfully,
In its advanced and chronic form a
cold in the head is known as nasal
catarrh and is the recognized source
of other diseases. Having stood the
test of continued successful use. Ely's
Cream Balm is recognized as a specific
for membranal diseases in the nasal
passages, and you should resort to
this treatment in your own case. It
is not drying, does not produce sneez
iDg. Price 50 cents at dreggists or
oy mail. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
street, New York. Give up prejudice
and try it.
De Witt's Little Early Risers are the
best liver pills ever made. Easy to
take and never grioe. B. H. Bieber,
Hartz Sc Ulleuieyer.
Bright eyes are an infallible index
to youth, nice windows from which
Cupid shoots his arrows. Rocky
Mountain Tea makes bright eyes. For
sale by T. LL Thomas.
Useful and Beautiful Articles
Appropriate for Holidays.
Tailor Made Snits, Dress and Walking
Skirts, Silk and Wool Waists, Jackets,
Box Coats, Capes, Wrappers, Petticoats,
Dressing Sacques, Fur Scarfs, Collarettes,
Jackets and Millinery.
Now for an Enormous Decern
In the useful practical articles, this
store offers you the most attractive
stock at a
Guaranteed Saving of 15 to
33 Per Cent
From the regular selling prices and
in some instances for half what
you can get the same goods for
114-116 West Second Street, Davenport, Ia.
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
is the best that is turned out in this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenne. Telephone 1293.
Desirable Christmas Presents.
There are no Better
Largest line of pictures and picture frame mouldings in
the Tri-Cities. We shall be glad to show you our art nov
elties. Order your frames early.
Best of Workmanship Guaranteed
ADAMS WALL PAPER
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties In spring suiting will be
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
$18, 20, $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
GUS EN GUN. 180S Kseond Ass
J. F. BomiMO", Prealdent X S MoCab. vice Pretident. a K Caitbil, Csss.Hr
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capita! Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Psmt rrfes, I S. HeC.be, E. D Sweensj,
C. J. LArkln, J. P. Roblosoa, Henry W. Tremeoa,
Juom J. Le Velle, EL e. Cesteel, H. O. Keek,
Sweeney Walker, BoUeltors.
ObTKT LOAsTID OS PXK80BTAX, CCLLATKKAX. OB KXAX UTAT fSCUSJTY.
Open dally f a. m. to 3 p. na. 8aturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Offloe Ia Bock Island National Bank Building.
We have made
Preparations to make
This month show a liberal
Increase over the
Immense business of a
Year ago. Our stocks
Are more extensive,
Greater in variety
And choicer in
or More Appropriate Gifts Than
310-314 Twentieth Street.
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Loula A. BehKl4