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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, UECEM15B11 13,
You can Buy Christmas Presents at Loosley's
Just as pretty in their way, for 25 cents, as for $5.00.
He hopes to sell as much in the pretty, inexpensive articles, as
They g-.Mht even 'he pleasures
of a win'er' jaunt in Florida, may
She bt,;tis to wish herself back in
Rock IsUnd, aad thinks she'd like to
be bu;ia! ber house-keeping China??
at LmIm' this minute.
We pck free for out of
to-n buyers, and guaran
tee break t;e on the way.
O ic; 6)ecisl induce
men" to oir of town buyer.
You are cordially invited to
call and look over the line, wheth
er you wish to buy or not.
Open evenings from Decem
ber 12th to Dec. 26th.
G. M LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Dr. SYDNEY RiNCt
H, Pro'csrr.r of Medicine at Univorsity College, Londor.,
Author cf the btanda
r. Ha:-doook of I herapeutics, ar ualiu writes as follows:
;v ' :. rrriEi'.n and others. Iam tiatisflixt that
.-. t li'-nl t ti. ami ihiit it i? diHiiiiivilj more nutritious tlmn
t.'ihilv "I'i - ":"') iikthly di"stiblo. Thu Quotations in i-r.
nm Trade rivals) from my Iniok on Therapeutics urt quiui
. :-.-.. .; i-ci.iy i i Van Houten's CoxA."
i Van Hut"; en's Cocoa is thus efffctiia'lu replied, ami Hip rersi
it. is lli-'rrhti prmntitfil to (7i" it a rrv tnnrlrmii tentnnnniai. r.
rrotn th iirflm
is m n way injiirioii
4tmr tfo;is. I; i ;
tain HilvnrTiKm'!'r i f'
mislduclinK. uihIi m::!. .
Tlir fate' ri-t1-Tt,"ri .)
atitUnriti fitrtl Ui inmrp
THE MOLINE WAGON,
M. line, Ills,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, i fpecmily aaaptea to Ue
Werners trde. of enperinr wnrksianshtp nd finlwh Jllnetr itd Price List free on
U lication. See the MOLINE WAGON before p 1 reluming.
tl HI RSCHBEBjfg t
TcleDhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Watt r Sets.
Salt tnd Pepper 8hakera.
Two Bottle Bisque.
Three Bottle Bifquo.
Brorzs Tea Bells..
Japanese Bric-a brae.
PROTECT YOUR EYES !
MR. H. HIRSCHBERG,
Tke well-lrr own Optician of 63B OUtb 81
(N. K. cor. Iinsnrt Olive). Ht. LoaU. h
ppointedT. fi. Thomas 18 agent for hli
eelebraieo Diamond Bpectaclee and Bye
glaases, and alio for hii Diamond Kon
Chaageable Bpeetaclea and EycgUaae
The Kiaaren are the greatest lnventtoa
vermade n spectacles. Hy a prsam
const racttor of the Lens a person par
chasing a pi.tr of these Non-Chanraablc
Glasre ner.T has to chuge these (tlansri
from the eys, and eTcry pair pnrebaae4
Is guarantee J, so that if they eier leav.
the eyer (no matter how or scratched the
Leases are) tbey will furnish the party
with a new air of Klassee free of charge
Ti H. IH 9 MAS haa fnll assortneat
and inrites all to satisfy themselTCi
of the gret t sapertorlUr of these Oiasae
over any anr. all others now In use to csi
aad examine the same at T.H. Thomas',
draggiatand optician, Koct Island.
Wo I'sxtdlw Sappllod.
'I'm coing to buy a Christnitis cup
nnd sHUcer lor main mi ut Liosit'a
Cups and saucers for ladies.
Cups and saucers for gentlemen.
Pen trays for gentlemen.
Blska of tbs Railway Postal Serrlre,
The demand of the postal clerks that
their mail cars be placed in a safer part of
the train than next to t he locomotive is
very reasonable. I always pet on a car
near the center of a train, and although I
have been in several accidents I have never
been scratched. The unfortunate mail
clerk, however, has not this opportunity
of protecting himself, and, as the result,
every time t here is a bend end collision or
a locomotive jumps the track the list of
killed and injured is always headed by one
or more mad clerks, if the train carried
mail at all.
It is perhaps impossible to mnke np
trains invariably wil h baflHtre or express
cars next the locomotive, and even if it
were tliut would be only transferring a
grievance from one class of employees to
another, but it, would save the companies'
money in the Ions run if they would run
light but stron.!,; dummy cars next the en
gine, and lei t hem ber the brant of the
shock when two trains try to occupy the
same space at 1 he same moment.
The patent otlices of this and other coun
tries are full of models of rubber protected
and other cars designed for this purpose,
and although most of these are too com
plicated, cosily and cumbrous to be used
generally, soine of them would answer the
purpose well, and not put the companies
to unreasonable expense. Public opinion
may one day become st ivng enough to com
pel their adoption forthe purpose of saving
life. St. Iouis Oioiie-Deiiiocrat.
What 8tall the Harv. B". Be
Why! What can it be, but snffcrir;; and sor
row, dis" ase and death, if you neclect the pymp
toms of a disordered livei I Take Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dicovery. It outsells all other
remedies. Sold nndcr condition that it mn-t
etttier benefit or enre the patient, or the mOLty
paid for it will -e promptly returned. It cur s
all diseases arxir.g from deran. ed liver, or from
impure Itnou, as biiionsmss, ,-l ver complilnt,"
all skin ara ftalp diseases, ralt-rhenm, tetter,
scrofulous sores and swelling, fever-sores, hlp
Jotnt disease and kindred ailmi nts.
'Wheat Baby was sick, we gave aer ttantorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Caeaoria.
When she became Mire, she clung to Oostoria.
Whea she had CfeUdrea, she gave them Oastoria,
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. a.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bo welt each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfo . for improve
ment of the complexion ise only Poz
Eoni's Powder? ,bre is tic-'hins; equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Ketnp'a Balaam will stop Ui conch at
in liiuc LiidL tuoi uiuii inui c. ii means time and
money saved to look through the crockery store,
when you want to buy.
Limps for the dressing table.
P.omnneed Hopsleis fat Saved j
From a letter written by Mrs, Ada E.
Hurd, of Groton. S. D., we quote: "Wag
takn with a bad cold, which settled on i
mj lungs, cough set iu and finally termi- j
nated in consumption. Four doctors ;
save me up, saving I could live but a
short time. I gave myself up to mv I
Savior, determined if I could not stay ',
with mv friends on earth. I would meet
my absent enrs above. My husband was :
dvised to get Dr King's New Discovery
fTr consumption, couchs and colds. I
J gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles;
; it has cured me.'snd thar.k God I tmno
; a well and hearty woman. Trial bottle?
fre. at IWtz & Bahnsen's drug stort,
I regulMr size, 50c and H.
( GO. D LOOKS.
I G;vid looks are more than skin dee;.
depending upon a henl'.hy condition o
i :U1 the vital organs. If the liver be iuac
I live, ou have a bilious look, if vou-
strmicti be d;.-OT-(!e:e.i you hve a dys
peptic lo .k and if your kidneys be aff-'-c
ed you have a pinched look. Secure
L'ood hCi.iih on ', ynu will have oo;i
looks. Elietnc Biitcrs is the great a'.-tt-ra
ive aud luaic acts directly on thes -vita!
organs. Cures pimples, blo!rhe.
boils ami gives a good complexion Sold
Hartz A Bahnsen's drug store, 50c per
!.:CCELRKS AHFTCA GAITS.
' h.- best 3:;lve in Uie world for can,. :
r'fct!, eo:.s, ulcere, salt rheiirr, Tcv-ti ,
-jTt;s, t-.'tter, chappod bjids, cLilb'nr, 1
: o:.ce und all skin eruptions, and posi
tive W cures piles, or no pay required. It
i'j CTaianteed to give perfect eatisfacliov ;
cr lfldaey refunded. Price 25 cent? y I
i-ox. For Bale bv Harti & oiihneon. i
Lack of Exe cise.
Is one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air during the pleasant
months are subject to this terrible an
noyance at this time of the year. A
boon is offered in Krsuse's headache cap
sules, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter what the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at night, can
be prevented by taking one capsule be
fore retiring and one in the morniDg.
One minute s time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy fot
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lungs, etc., of course is a great blessing
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Conch Cure One Minute.
W. Rowen, of Des Moines, Iowa
while snow bound at Carroll, Iowa,
through exposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless trials of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and says the cure
was magical, and after taking two doses
be could breathe freely, and enjoy a good
sleep that night undisturbed. Another
ease is on record where a lady had not
slept more than one or two haurs a sight
for months, who after using only one
bottle, was well and happy,
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in the Bid.
Sore Throat, Sprains, Soreness of the
Chest? Then have it no more bat uis
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
will vc irac soi nt in ph.ua
intf i -r Christina i.fwii'.i if fhe
ci' i.' L i"s!-'s bi fre she d- i l.-s.
I .iivi in ! S.hs., Silver
O ivj Oifht-s.
Dm nt r S.'te.
4 M W A r IT awiwa" ' W I a I IbbBAITC JII I aaT.l 1 VJ m
THE WFLL KNOWN
and Leader in Sylj :.nd work man ship, has memd -
K LL S'iOOrs . .Suitings and OvercoaM'nge:
. , JalTj and leave "..ur i.rder.
K Ulock Opposite Harper PIors:.
Is now located in bi new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
Light shoes s specialty. Cpp.1te the Old iss !
Manafaetarerof all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8BOE8
at's rise Rboea a specUlty. Rrtrlat4oaa aiy and promptly.
A saaM ef yoapetreaafe raaaeettalry acictoa.
1018 Second Arenue, Rock Island, HL
Bread and Milk Sets
Cup. Saucer nniJ PI i S .
I ; -7
i :i ) r
iij .; -
B-y ' oir ri'.nocr Mf at L.-.of!:-j.
Knd your li't'o pir! lil (" Ijhi m
'telpius; minima with the dUhc."
I 1 rBaWavrs rr-ivM"f
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