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IHE AKGHJ9. MAT 12. 1901,
poison oa ir0
nPinnm'C 0 M EJi under tne skin are innumerable nair-UJte Dlooa
kSfltiLiSLtm. 2 MM n0 vessels, and connecting these with the skin
M en m mm ' 1701 are millions of small tubes or glands, through
&.mU JXNU JTf4w which the poison is conveyed to the blood sys
rnnron PlWtir H.' g tem. During the spring and summer, while
IPUi2UkiMNU, E.M Um the skin is most active and the pores well
open, we are much more liable to be affected by l'oison Oak and Ivy and other
dangerous plants. Workers in brass, copper, lead and zinc have their health im
paired and the blood supply poisoned through the absorption of fine particles of
these metals and the acids used in polishing and cleaning them. Inhaling the
fumes of lead give painters that pallid, waxy appearance of the skin. Barber's Itch
is another disease that reaches the blood through the skin, and is a most obstinate
one when it becomes firmly fixed in the system. After the poison has reached the
Llood and been disseminated throughout the system it is too late to resort to local
applications. In many cases the Llood is affected simultaneously with the appear
ance of the rash or eruption on the skin, and all efforts should be directed to the
purification and building up of the blood. Ugly eruptions and sores will continue
to break out in spite of salves, washes, soaps or other external treatment. "vjs
S. S. S. is especially recommended for poisons of this character. So com
pletely does it destroy the effects of the Oak and Ivy that there is no possibility of
its reappearance, and it is equally as efficacious in brass or lead poisoning or Bar
ber's Itch ; building up and purifying the blood and driving out of the circulation
impurities of every kind, and removing every blemish, sore or eruption from the
skin. There is no substitute for S. S. S. ; it is the only purely vegetable blood
purifier known, and the safest and best in all constitutional or Llood diseases. y
Our Medical Consultation Department. If yon desire any special information
or advice about your case; write our physicians, explaining your condition, and
they will carefully consider what you have to say
and yon will receive a prompt reply. Our physi
cians have made a study of blood and skin diseases,
and you can have the benefit of their experience
and skill without any cost to you whatever. Don't
hesitate to write fully about yourself, as nothing
vott say coes beyond our office. We have a very
IBteresUog Louk cn Plood and Skin Diseases, which we will le plad to mail free.
- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, UA. a-
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous and Prlvatq
of Both Sexes.
Ocr Seotrta Machine for
tn treatment of N ervous
sad X-Rsy work.
KEKVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.eaaness, Threatened Ins'
Ity, Weak Memory, Menisl Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous ifiusilo
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bheumat'sm, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Live
and Skin Diseases oui b quickly and permanen If eured by our advacoed system of tnt0
VARICOCELE Is the most acthe cause of Nervous Debility. Why tre
months with others when we guarantee yoa s permanent ears tn seven days by our pslnle
meibods. Hydrocele eured In three day no pain.
WOALKN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns. W
have eured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surglos
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannoi
afford to place your case In the ban ill of those who bare had little or no practical ezpe
lenee In tbc treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as snrgeon-In
ehlef of St Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds wfcc
were pronounced Incurable by others during tee lire years be bis been located In Daren
port, proves OJuelualvely that be Is the pnyalclan you ahouid oonault II you want to ge
Boat cf reference and credential
Curable Cases Taken, jf j nnot u
Hundreds cured by mall.
Ha art, f tolls, m S so 8 and T to 8 p. xa. Sunday 11 :SO to l:so p.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building, Davenport, la.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
bought especially for this
summer's trade is to be sac
rificed and with it the finest
line of children's hats and
bonnets ever sold in the
three cities. Commencing
. this morning and continuing
until July 4 this sale will be
a notable one. Her design
ers stand highest with dis
criminating ladies. All ideas
of profit will be cast aside and
will give customers the benefit-
Everything in the store
goes. The iinest. The best.
Mdm Tms Zwicxicm Or Cmamscslm ub JkC
. Wednesday, Kay 22.
Owing; to tb4 elaborate character of
tbeK H Sotbern presentation of Ham
let, toe curtain will rise at 7 45 sharp.
Manajcementof Daniel Frubinaa.
E. II. SOTIIERN
In the Garden Theatre, New, York, mas
sive production of
Prices I-J. I 50. II (O. 75o. 50c and 2Sc.
Seal sale Monday morning at Fluke s.
Estate of Guy II. Hitchcock, deceased. .
Tbe undersigned baring oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Guy H. Hitchcock,
late of tbe county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at tbe eounty court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at tbe June term,
on the first Monday in June next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this ltb day of April, a. Dl 1901.
i IL Hitchcock. Administrate
Estate of Charles P Ryder, Jr . deceased.
foe undersigned having neen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Cbatles P Ryder.
Jr. late of tbe eounty of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
be will appear before tbe eounty eourtof Rock
Island county, at the eounty court room. In
tbe city of Rock bland, at tbe July term, on
tbe first Mocday tn July next, at wbfeb time
ail persons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for the
purp"we of bavins tbe same adjusted
All i eron Indebted to said estate a' e
queswd to make immediate payment to the
Dated ths Htb day of May. A. Tl 1901.
Jou C. II- EcAft Administrator.
1 nrougn me pores or the skin many poisons are
absorbed into the blood, deranging the circulation
and affecting the constitution as quickly and
seriously as those generated within the system. Just
OR. 3. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
bariceoo-In-Cblef of 81.
Richer in Quality than most
Compare them with other Gqars sad
you find good reasons for their coating
the dealer more than other breads
FRANK P. UWIS. PC0RU.IIL
ORIGINATOR TIN FOIL SMOKOt PACKAGE
Is unsurpassed for fine Linens
Muslins and delicate Laces.
Wotlee of PablleSkUoa Oaeaeerv
State of Illinois, f ;
Bock Island County. I
In the circuit court of said county to the
September term. A. IK IwOI.
Tbe Kock Inland Mutual Building Loan and
Savlnir asHOCiatlon -vs. Konett Jtbey, damuel
M. E.ey, Laura M. Wilson. Anna bheeley,
Hannah C. Uwa-a'd. and WUliam C. Oswald.
m mdavit f non-resideno of Hannah C. Os
wald and WHiism C. Onwald Impleaded with
tbe above defendant Ronetta bey, Samul
M. Ebey, lura K. Wilton and Anna Sheelny.
having been bled In tbe clerk's oflloe of tbe
circuit court of tbe said county, notice Is
therefore hereby given -to tbe said non-resident
defendants that ithe complainant
tiled lu bill of complaint In said court, on tbe
chanofcry side thereof, on the 2d day of
April, a. D. 101, and tbat thereupon a sum
mons Issued out of said court v herein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe drat
Monday In the month of May next, as Is by law
Now unless you. the said non-resident defen
dants sbovo naxed, Hanna U Oswald and Wil
liam V. Oswald, abail personally be and
apoear before tbe said circuit court on the
first dav of the next tera thereof to be hold en
at Kock Island la and for said county on tbe
third Monday in Srptnraber next, and plead,
answer or demur to tbe said complainant's
bill of compltlnt, tbe same and the
matters and thlagi therein charged and
stated win rwi taken as con tewed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tlie pravrr or said bl'.L
Gsobgb w. (Jambi.k, Circuit Clerk.
Pock Island. III.. Slay 14. I.K)1. .
. H. Udtih, Complainant's Solicitor.'
COL. SWEET IS DEAD
Made a National Reputation as
. ' Editor of the Humorous
THE END CAME IN NLW YORK
The Late Gen. Fitz John Porter
and a Glance at His
Npxv York, Mny 22. AIvtsthW El
win Sweet, founder of "Texan Sift-
litKS." ;iul a lii
innrlst at iia
tloii uiiili-r tin
pen names of
Sweet" mitl tlie
tlootlle." tllet! ill
liis lionie at this
eity f laart
disease. He was
seized u li o u t
noon and tiled
in atMtut half an
ALEXANDER K. SWEF.T.
as lie wa jrenerall.v enlled, wm Itoin
la Nova Scotia in 1S41. I.ut parents
s:ou after settltvl in Sau Autonlo. Tex.
lie studied in 'arlruhe. lierinany. and
etiininp liaek to this country at the Ik-
fzliinliis ir the civil war enteretl the
t'onfetlerate army as a private, serving
through the war.
Fits John Porter's Lath.
New York. May 22. General Tltz-
Jolin I'orter died in his lioine at Mi-
rlsiown. X. J., yesterday from chronic
dl.th.-les. He was years old. Ills
CSS. FITZ JOHN PORTE 3.
funeral will take place from Trinity
clnircli. tlii city. t'n Saterdav. The
pall-lx'arers will 1m: ticnt-ral Alexan
der S. Well. tTeneral James Sct-
field. Lientennnt Iloyal Fsmiptit. and
other military officers. Major ticneral
Brooke, t ommander of the department
of rlie east, will have entire chnre of
the military arrangements for the fu
tleneral Porter wa liorn In TVrt-
mouth. X. II., . years nc. lie was
son of Co in in under John Porter, of
the nary, and himself was a graduate
of West Point. In 1K-l." he was as-
sizned to the Fourth artillery, of
which he became second lieutenant
two years later. He Ferred In the Mex
ican war und wes promoted several
times for liraverv. Ills service in the
ivil war is comparatively recent his
The Late C. A. Bootelle.
Boston. May 22. Kx-Kejiresentatlve
Charles A. ISoutelle. of Itangor, Me.,
t'led yesterday at the McLean asylum.
Waverly. where he had been confined
for a year with brain trouble. Death
was tine primarily to pneumonia.
Routelie's daughter Grace was at the
Itoiitelle was t;2 years of ace. Three
daughters survive. Itoutelle's Illness
dated from December 21. 1M0. when
he was seized by a fit of unconscious
ness while at a hotel In this city.
If people only knew -what we know
abiot'Kodol Dyspepsia Core, it would
be used in nearly every household, as
there are few people who do not suf
fer from a feeling of fullness after eat
I nor. belching, flatulence, sour atom,
ach or water brth. caused by indi
gestion or dyspepsia. A preparation,
such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which
with no aid from the stomach will di
gest yoyr food, certainly can't help
but do you good. li. II. Bieber and
llartz & Ullemeyer.
WHILE THEY LAST.
This Beautiful Racher
It is the regular t'i 75 rocker.
Now is the time to buy as tbey
will go fast at the extremely
Ffemming Furniture Co.
1614 Second Avenue. W.. -
U:K f'.-7. ' V
ASLEEP IN A CORN FIELD.
Cleorte J oh d son Fonnrt Attired In Ills
Yesterday in a corn field near Rock
river George Johnson, a lad of 16
years, was found asleep attired in his
mother's dress and bis father's hat,
with a lantern lighting his dreams.
This is the second ambulatory esca
pade of the voung man, who is the
son of Herman Johnson, a farmer liv
tng on the Bock river road south of
Moline a mile or two. He was re
torted lost at first, for his habit of
walking in his sleep was known and
the police were besought to watch for
A week asro he did tbe same thing,
donned his mother's apparel and was
found in the middle of the night and
fast aaleep in tbe house of Mr. Wilta
math, a neighltor. He was awakened,
but knew nothing of. how he came
Monday night Mrs. Johnson woke
with a start and found the window
open, but the bov's clothing undis
turbed. The same dress he wore on
the previous occasion wm selected
irom a number oi oiners and was
missing, i-earch was commenced and
the boy found.
I 'n-American Opening.
The Nickel Plate road will sell excur
sion tickets from Chicago to Buffalo at
113 for the round trip on each Tuesday
in May (the 7th. Htn. 21st and 28tb).
with limit of five days; namely, return
ing good for any train to and including
midnight train from Isunalo onSatur
uav following luesaay tickets are
sold. Dailv trains from Chicago at
10:35 a. m., arrives Buffalo 2:05 fol
lowiDg morning; daily trains from
Chicago at 2:30 p. in., arrives at Buf
falo 7:35 next morning; daily trains
from Chicago at 10:30 p. m., atrives
at Buffalo 4:45 next afternoon. All
trains carry through vestibuled sleep
ing cars. Individual club meal?,
ranging in price from 35 cents to f I,
and no meal in excess of the latter
figure, are served in dining cars.
For sleeping car reservations and all
other information, call at the Chicago
city ticket office, 111 Adams street,
or write John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
'Phone central 2057. Chicago depot,
Van Buren street and Pacific avenue,
on the elevated loop.
Old Soldier Ksperlenee.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's 'treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her
health." They always do. Try
them. Only 25 cents at Harlz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
Chicago Grain end Produce.
Chicago. May 21.
Fol'owinjr were the quotations on the
Board tit Trad":? today
May $ -7::
May 14.75 14 90
July 14.S"i 15.0.1
Sfpteinber ..14.S0 15.00
May 8.22' i 8.21
July 8.1.1 8.22li
S-rtfnUer .. 8.15 8.25
May 8.12Vi S.21 8.12V4
July 7.95 8.024 7.95
September .. 7.S0 8.00 7.90
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
!S4ilSKo per lb: extra, dairy. 16c: park
Ins stin k. 11c. Egir Fresh stock. llMo
per doz. Poultry Chickens, spring's and
hens. !Hi9Vsc: ducks. S&Siic: turkeys.
C7V2c: Keetv. J5.60fu6.50 per dos. Ap
ples Common to choice. 11.50 a 4.25 per
bbl. Potatoes Burbankp. 40t'45o: peer
less. 3S4j40c; Hebron. 35$40c; mixed. 31
j3oc: rose. ."594?41c. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois. 1.7.-)4I2.00 per bbl.
Chicago LIt Stork.
Chicago. May 21.
Hosts Estimated receipts for the day,
29.000; :ales ranged at I4.40&&.60 for
plR3. $.1.6o4i5.8? for lig-ht. J5.655.70
for rouRh pn king:. J3.70fao.lKI for mixed,
and J5.75S-5.95 for heavy packinR and
Fhipplna lots, with the bulk of the sales
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 3,000: quotations ranged at 15.65
G.00 choice to extra t?ers. Jo I0ra5.65
good to choice do., J4.75r5.20 fair to
jcood .. J4.20fe'4.7a common to medium
do.. $3.90!y4.30 butchers" steer. !4.80iflp
6.65 fed western steer. J2.70'S4.0
mockers and feeders. Jl.75-t.50 oown.
J2.ti04i4.90 heifers. J2.50&4.5O bulls and
oxen. J 3.7347 4. ."0 FtaK. J4.OOS.20 Texas
steeers. ami J 3. 50 ra 3.25 veal calve.
Sheep and Lamlw EMlrra ted receipts
for the day. 13.000: quotations ranged
nt jn.7.1M40 westerns. Jil04.80 na
tives. J4.50iH3.75 western lainibs, and
J4.i05t5.75 native lambs.
Ka.t IlaOalo L.l Stock.
East Buffalo-. N. Y.. May 21.
Dunninc & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, East Buffalo. N. V..
quote as follows: Cattle Kecelpt. 3
cars; market steady: veals, J3.504i
5.7.1. Hoks Kecelpts. 4 cars: market
active and higher: heavy mixed anil
good weight Yorkers. J6.10: Upht York
ers. J3.91V6.00: pigs, J5.S3Ji5.90: roughs,
$.1.40115.60. Sheep and Lanbs Re
ceipts, 4 cars; market generally rated
Ktrong; no higher; no enough here to
St. Lonlii Grain.
St. Louis, May 21
Wheat Iligrher; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 724e; track. 75(fi 73'r: May. 72.c;
July. 69'S.(Ti69!ic; September. 69c: No.
2 hard. V2?473c. Corn Firm: No. '2
caph. 43-c; track. 43M;(a43c; May,
43V.c; July. 43ff43Ve: September, 43c
Oats Higher: No. 2 cash, SOHc; track.
3c ;May, 30Vfec: July. 2c; September.
26Vic; N 2 white, 31 hbc. Rye Dull
Hsy Timothy, 12CM; pralrla, ISCIH.
Coal S3 per ton.
Uutier Choice to fair, 18a; fresn creamery,
Hens- 8c per pound.
Cattle Duicners pay for corn fed steers
34eaij4s; cows and tellers, BftcStc; calves
The Daily Short Story
ller family had come to grief wlille
BUe was still it child, and she had been
brought up ivith the Idea of being
governess. So here she was ia this
beautiful house, surrounded with lux
ury and doomed to spend her days In
fagging oTer the children's lessons in
stead of riding, driving, visiting, enter
talnlng and dressiug beautifully upon
all these occasions, like her pupils sis
She could see no way of altering her
position either. She was not likely to
meet any rich man who would fall In
love with her. The most she could as
pire to was to become the wife of
bank clerk on $1,000 a year.
The children's eldest sister came Into
the schoolroom one inorniug and made
an announcement which filled them
with wild excitement. They were to
go to the picnic, and Miss Somers was
to look after them. ,
The children and Miss Somers in the
wagonette enjoyed themselves hugely.
albeit Miss Somers enjoyment was
tempered by the fact that 6he was not
clad In silk and chiffon. But It was Im
possible to resist the Infectious delight
of the children, and before long she
found herself nearly as light hearted
Two gentlemen standing near as she
stepped down glanced with decided ap
proval at the neat little figure and ob
tained an introduction at once.
She had heard the children mention
both their names and knew that Mr.
Bercsford was possessed of a consider
able Income, while Captain Charles St.
John had nothing more than his pay.
They had a lovely time altogether,
and by the end of the day Captain St.
John had fallen a victim to the charms
of the little governess.
"She's not been used to much luxury.
so she won't mind roughing it a bit,"
he soliloquized to himself as he smoked
a cigarette preparatory to turning in
Next day Mr. Beresford made his ap
pearance In the schoolroom with a
"They (lou t object to my having a
copy made of this. Miss Somers," he
said. "So as you were kind enough to
offer I have brought It to j-ou."
Mr. Beresford came every day, os
tensibly to see how the picture pro
gressed, but In reality to flirt with the
governess. She amused him. and he
fancied she was falling desperately in
love with him.
Miss Somers made desperate little ef
forts to please him, and a wistful look
would come into her eyes sometimes a
she thought of the luxuries he could
give her If he would. Mr. Beresfl
naturally Interpreted the look other
wise and once or twice came very near
to kissing the wistful little face, but he
refrained manfully. '
In the meantime Captain St. John
was doing uls level uest to secure too
good graces of the little governess, who
seemed to herself to have become a
person of Importance all at once.
Miss Somers liked him in fact. Bh
rather more than liked him but he
could give her no luxuries, bo 6he stern
ly repressed the liking and tried to con
scientiously make It over to Mr. Beres
ford. without success.
The days passed, but Mr. Beresford
6aid nothing to raise the hopes of the
governess. She was beginning to look
quite miserable, and he began to think
himself a brute.
And Miss Somers was In just too
very Identical frame of mind. She
knew Captain St. John was only wait
ing a favorable opportunity to make
her give him a decided answer.
One day the opportunity came. She
was In a pensive mood when he began
to tell her In his outspoken way bow
awfully fond he was of her and how
he thought she would te quite as
happy with him, even If they were not
very well off, as she would be earning
her own living.
The luxuries Miss Somers had been
dreaming In her possession began to
fade rapidly from her mental horizon,
and In their place appeared a good
looking youug fellow, with eyes a trifle
anxious and very full of love indeed.
Somehow this figure came nearer
and nearer and at last blocked up the
entire view till there was no room for
the trace of a luxury anywhere, and
Miss Somers came rapidly to the con
clusion, which future years did not
contradict, that a pair of strong arms
and a warm heart are better to go
through life with than all the luxuries
In the world.
Mr. Beresford. when he beard of It,
of course, manlike. Immediately made
up his mind that he had only been
waiting a suitable opportunity to pro
pose himself and went away feeling
a deeply injured man.
Shudders at HI Pant.
I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levan
n&, O . "mj three jears of suffering
from kidney trouble. I was hardly
ever free from dull aches or acute
pains in my back. To stoop or lift
mail sacks made me groan. I felt
tired, worn oat, about ready to give
op, when I began to use Electric Bit
ters, bit six bottles completely cured
me and made me feel like a new man."
They're unrivaled to regulate stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by llartz
& Ullmeyer. ' Only 50 cents.
Our little girl was unconscious
from sti angulation daring a sadden
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a bottle of One Minute Cough
Care, giving her three doses. The
croup ws mastered and oar little
darling speedily recovered," so writes
A. Li. bpsfford, Chester, Mich. B. II.
J Bieber and llartz & Ullemeyer.
.1.1: - ..Jf it, : r T I 1 P. J.A v'T, ' W
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Different and Desirable.
The furniture manufacturers are al
ways striving to produce something
different, and we are always anxious
to show the most unique shapes and
the most perfectly linished pieces.
Here are some highly polished natural
wood odds and ends which will prove
a pleasure in your home smi don't
cost much, either.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
Wrights Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
THE TBAVELER3' GUIDE
IHHIOAGO, ROOK ISLAND &
w Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased or baggage
checked alR.L & P. Twentieth
trees depot, or CE.LS P.
deDOt. corner Flfto avenueand
rnlrty-first street. Fraak H. Plvunmer, Agens.
nTer Limited & Omab a..
r 8:10 am
rv Worth, Denver &K.U.
r Bn am
t S.bO am
Omaha and Des Moines....
t 8:05 am
t 8:53 am
01 S nm
Chushs A Lincoln Ex
Des Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Dos Molcea Express. .......
dt. raul & Minneapolis. ....
Oer er. Ft. Worth & K. C.
aoox island s w asnmgton
t 2:15 pm
(lhlcapo & Des Moines...
t 8:21 pm
itock island s. Brooklyn Ac
torn ah a A Rock Island
0 43 pm ; 10:35 am
Chicago, A Davenport....
Arrivti Den&rtura. iD&llT. excevft Sun-
fDtliy exeept SMurdRj. Ali other dfcUy. T
T TJRLTNQTON ROUTB O..
Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. J. TOUNO.
Ouincv via Galesbure
Chicago via Menuuta and
?eona, xeardstown. Bur
Kngton, ijenver anc
w.ct . ......
2:i0 pm t!2:ll pm
St. I. Kas Cltv. Denver
and Pacido coast via
f 1 ti 1 .x-hn n' .
Sterling and points lnter-
East Moline. Suburban
St. L. Denver ana west..
Clinton and Dubuque
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton. Dubuque, La
t rotce, St f uui. mma.
& West and N. W
Telephone II Mi
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A
ST. PAUL railway D,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Sevententb
street. George W. Wood,
acrent. The trains for Du
buane and ooints north run
minols side of river. Trains for Freeport
Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin-
i ana aavanDa-
U trains will connect st Ssvanna for points
n and west.
LMA VS. 1 ABBIVB.
Dubuque sxd St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
4:P! pm 9:15 pm
70 ate 9:15 pm
4:JO pml 11:40 am
Freeport Express. .
All trains dally except Sunday.
sells on its merits.
Made only by
M. C. UETM0RE TOBACCO CO.
St. Louis, Mo.
T?te largest imlependent
Junior y in America.
This season offers irrcsistable at
traction in all lines of Footwear,'
especially at $ i 50. The price
is the converse of the quality;
the latter high, the former low.
Some one has said that well
kept shoes are a sign of refine
ment. Our shoes, good to start
with, easily and long keep
their shape and indicate elegance
1705 Second Avenue.
Some amazing good values at little
Ladies' stylish Shoes,
to 4, worth f 3, at
Ladies' stylish Oxfords,
2 to 4," worth f2 at..
Also a fine line of ladies', gents'
misses' summer footwear an assort
ment most complete. Come while
the bargains are in plenty.
Tf OCK ISLAND & PKOKIA
-"Railway Depot First its
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C, R. L & P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
pr'gfleld, Clnolnnatl, Peo
Peoria, Sprtngfleld, St. L
t'eoria, Springfield, Cincin
nati Oable Accommodation.....
Oanle ft Sberrard Accom..
Oable & Sberrard Accom..
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
Chicago Dental Company
Will for the next thirty days
make a geat reduction in prices
on all work such as plates, clean
ing and tilling teeth; gold and por
celain crowns and bridgework.
ALL WORK GUAR A IS TEED.
Silver Fillings 50 q
Gold Plating, Alloy Fillings . . . 75c
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $t.00
Gold Crowns (22k) $4 up 4.00
Set of Teeth 5.00
We are the only Dentists in the
state making Dr. De Band's Thin
Elastic Rubber Plates. They
are as thin as pressed paper and
do not take up the room the
mouth tbat the old heavy, plates
do. If you desire artificial teeth,
don't fail to secure one of these -plates
made by ns only. -
Examination snd consultation free. Re
member tbe address, 1607 Second Avenae,
over Speldel's Drug store. Rock Island, 10.