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of buying Shoes that don't wear.
Isn't that so? Try a pair of our
$1.00 shoes you will get your
money's worth and a lot of style
thrown in. If you want to pay
another dollar, pay $4.00 anJ get
an elegant shoe, fit, style and long
wearing qualities combined. You
should see our new Welt Shoe for
Ladies at $4.00.
"Eider Down" Bootees and Mitts.
ond Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
V safest and most permanent cure for the
Tb poison is not driven out of the system by
morr violent poison at the expense of tbe general
The treatment builds np from tbe etir and
It Labi: Tanifhes quietly and easily, leaving tbe
dfnt in perfect health.
Tbe Testimony of all graduates is that a marre
;a renewal has taken place.
pondenre confidential. ' .
r.w in alt parts of the United 8tater.
m on the subject sent on application
MORKKLL LIQUOR CURB CO.
Hon.- Office: BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
ISClKIlKATEt CKOCB THE STATE LAW.
koek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islakd, III.
v?n 4 t from 4. m. to t-p. bv. ud Satarday eveamf froai ta S o'clock.
f r ctr.t Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col.
lateral er Real Estate tectmry,
pSLi.rr.it. f C.DKXaMASfr.VksPres't. J M Br FORD. Casaiet.
I rchci:, V. C. IwrkfriDfi. John Crabaaph. ril1 atttmeU. H. P. Hull. L einvm
K. W liomt, J. M. Batord. J.n Voik.
Jacuok Utrnxr. SouratuM.
Uun lnT 5. 11. SBd oecnpy tbe eoatbeast comer or ViU-bell 1 srde's f building
Freak oysters at Krell Math's.
Hare von tried White Bose cream.
A Math ITe Ib By ,tyl ' KreI1
Orsters bv the ru nr dish at 0-11
Hot weineworst at Wearer's Buffet
Ice cream or orsters at Krell A
Henrr Von Ach. of Andalusia, was
in town Wednesday.
A. V. Elliott, of Edrfntrton. was in
the city yesterday.
line's Family Medicine rnnrM the
bowels each day. Most people need
mj use iu
Mrs. II. B. Hubbard, and children,
left this morninsr for Shannon. 111..
to visit Mrs. Hubbard's parents.
The Misses Dimple Bushardt and
Kate SheHman returned this morn
ing from Chicago where they visited
Peter Shanmp and Harry. Richards
left last evening for Hartford City,
Ind., where they accept positions In
the glassworks. -
Hood's Sarsaparilla has -cured
many afflicted with rheumatism, and
wc urge all who suffer from this dis
ease to give this medicine a trial.
The steamer St. Paul which is now
at St. Louis undergoing repairs, w ill
leave for Dubuque in a few days
where she will go into winter quar
ters. The rumor that the boat had
been purchased by the Diamond Jo
line is denied by officials of the lat
ter company, who assert that no
such purchase is contemplated.
The annual report of the Missis
sippi river commission contains esti
mates of f4.420.O0O for carrying on
the work under its charge for the fis
cal year 1895. For improving the
Mississippi from the headquarters to
the mouth of tbe Ohio. $2,665,000 is
to be set aside. To complete the
Hennepin canal. S5.925.960 is esti
mated, with foOO.000 for the year.
Nov. 1 Lvdia B. Altig to Mary E.
Miller, e 10 feet lot 5, and w 50 feet
lot 4, block 4. South Moline. f 1,800.
E. H. Oarer to Rudolph Buse. lot
4. block 8. Fairmount add., Moline,
G. II. Moore to F- II. Guyer, lot 8.
block 4, Second Fairmount add., Mo
E. W. Hurst to E. H. Guver, lots
12 and IS, block 2. lots 7. 8. 9, 10. 11,
18 and 21. block S. and lots 7 and 10,
block 4. Collcce Heights add.. Kock
Island, f 1.
Nov. 1 Estate of William W.
Uenun?. Claim of George H. heel
ock allowed at S103.2D in seventh
Reward of BUM.
For the return of papers and notes
of A. Latham, taken from acaooose
in the Rck Island vards: Three
notes of f 1.500 each signed by W.
McKeun; one 4.0CH) note signed by
George F. Batchelor; one f 160 note
signed bv Georjre F. Batchelor; one
f480 note signed bv C. W. Crathers
Also 1.500 shares of Golden treasury
mining stock; 6,000 shares Emins
mining stock; 108 shares Gottenbnrg
land and investment company stocit.
Also other papers, books and re
ceipts. Return property to Peo
ple s National bank.
Mr. Chumpley Dr. Squillabt
doesn't know enough to cure a sick
. Miss Kidder How do you know?
Has he ever prescribed in vain for
tag first 3LAd
to-!. !t tit new .bap, "
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
trrfvit the Oii eastd.
1CC3 Second Arenne.
fwnsniwot of lbs ntd ww
Ait ksoo of cat Ftoweio eoaotaatly oa kmo.
Irxa cbi1 sorfe. Um bwtort allows
Tbe aaa who poses as a rammer
par excellence is generally tar
sere silly than his feminine op
posite. In many instances he is off
oa a vacation of but two weeks, and
has saved np all his odd pennies
toward the acquirement of a varied
wardrobe with which be intends to
dasale the eyes of the rirls with
whom be comes in contact. He
changes his clothes three or four
times a day. and is as particular
about having every article np to the
top notch 01 fashion as a woman is
regarding the fit of her gown.
As an excuse for bis personal van
ity it must be said ' that he is very
young, says the Washington Snpper
I able Senso comes with years, and
he has no desire later on to pose as a
summer man. hven though his con
cern over his various suits of clothes
is his only weakness, when he ar
rives at a hotel he will undoubtedly
acquire another one before he has
been long under the roof, for the
scarcity of men who are willing to
dance attendance uoon the caprices
of the summer jrirl makes him popu
lar at once, even though he may not
have a grain of sense in his head or
more than his two weeks' salary in
This consideration at once causes
him to think that he is a very fasci
nating creature, and he acts on this
principle until an influx of mascu
lines on Saturday night opens his
eyes to the fact he was aU right if
there were no others around, but
when there arc several to be com
manded he is not so important a
ersonaC as he imagined.
Sometimes it is pitiful to see tho
way a summer roan is snubbed when
others more worthy to be angled for
appear upon tbe scene, and yet from
season to season he bobs up serene
ly, and is content to be the great "I
am" during the week and take sec
ond place over Sunday. As a parcel
carriir, a candy buyer and an cxcel-
let t target for flirtation practice the
summer man is all rieht. but as a
husband who can bo depended on ia
sickness and in health, for better or
for worse, he is not to be recom
mended as yet.
LET US TELL YOU
Candidly there's very little satisf ation to be
found in low grade foot wear. They are
gotten up at under prices by using inferior
material by inferior workmanship; hence,
the result must be inferior.
Winter foot wear made with an unwaver
ing determination to please and satisfy, made
for our own trade from the best of material
by skilled workmen, we can guarantee the
best possible results.
A Good Fonadattoo.
Foreign Visitor Your American
society has no old castles with
American Girl X-o, we haven't, I
admit, but (brightening) we have
plenty of scandals.
Drawing Old Oraeafally-
"What a lovely ola udj. I heard a nan lemar
at lhe opera lately. "She'e quite aa beautiful aa
any sin in the hoaae. each color and complex
ton it rarely aeen in a woman paat forty "
lodeed. the woman of whom he , apoke wal
lovely. Her face wa dear and nnootb, freehand
rosy, hercyea bright with jxrfect health aid the
enjoysent of health. r)he had paaeed the crtti
cat "change of lite" without falling into the acie
and yellow leaf, as mct American women do.
How bad ahe anccetded in doing this Singly by
naing Dr. Pierce'! Favorite Prescription at a time
when nature 1 tood in need of some anbtacce
She had taken it all at the right time; in doing
thie she wa wise: wiwr than moat women who
-;rot to lock'" tn gettlrr through the critical and
trying period safely. 1 hia atandard reuMdy is
jurt what ia needed at such a time It i, from
girlhood to old age, womu't beet friend. In all
disease peculiar to the sex, it accompli bes what
no other remedy does a cure. Take it, woman
when life's autumn begins, and "grow old grace
tally." Tour money back If it decent help you.
"I don't tee," said the investor, "that
you have any signs of a town here."
"No signs? Well, reckon we have! Thar's
a lot for a postomee, a site for a cemetery,
a pond for baptizin an six candidates for
guv'nor!" Atlanta Constitution.
That Josfal reeling
With tli ovtillnratincr sense 01 rC-
newed health and strength and inter- j
nal cleanliness, which follows the use I
of Svrun of Hrs. is unknow n to the
few "who have not progressed teynud
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
Tlao al 4u.tion.
Coal Dealer You see the price of
coal fluctuates. It goes up and down.
Purchaser lcs. but the weight
remains stationary at seventeen hun
dred pounds to the. ton. Texas Sift-
a v-bbw trill bt m m - . . .
a..M mil. COP
finEock Island by Harts Ullmeyer druRgi-t. wi -
Wibbles (meditatively) In the contest
now going on between gas and the new
style banquet lamp it seems to me that
Wibbles That the lamp has a shade the
petter of it Uunalo Courier.
Farm for Sale.
Two miles east of Coal Valley 115
acres with irood buildings.
Half mile from lowa line in jacic-
... n a 1
son countv, Alinn., tv acres, gooa
Timber land opposite Muscatine.
A good woodman can pay for land
with wood and render - every acre
tillable. A splendid opening for the
right man. E. H. Gt'VEU.
For Otct Fift Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothins Syrup has
hven nsetl for children tei'thlll'T. ' It
annthes the child, softens the sums
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twentv-iive cents a bottle.
Tfcoy Kara Their Foot.
The candidates for bailiff ' in the
town of Alnwick, North Kngland,
just before tbe election- ride in pro
cession to a horse pond near the
town, dismount and struggle through
tbe mud and water a best they can.
They are accompanied by a brass
band and all the population 01 the
town and nc chborhood. The custom
dates from the time of King John,
Who visited the town in 1210. The
roads were very had and some of his
baggage wagons had to be left in tbo
mire. On his arrival he inquired
who was responsible for tbe condition
of the roads, and learning that the
bailiffs were to blame ordered them
to bo seized and dragged through
the nearest pond.
Tacoxah, Wash. I have used
vour Simmons Liver Kejrulator and
can conscientiously say it is the king
of all liver medicines. I consider it
a medicine chest ia itself. George
W. Jackson. Tour druggist sells it
in powder or liquid, the powder to
be taken dry er made into a tea.
WLolias not suffered this misery
cause! by bile iu the stomach
wLieh an inactive or sluggish
liver failed to carry off.
THE PREVENTION AND CURE It
liquid or powder, which gives
qaick action to the liver and
carries off the bile by a mild move
ment of the bowels. It is no pur
gative or griping medicine, but
purely vegetable. Many people
tike pills more take Simmons
t have been a victim to Bilkmsneas for
rears, and after trying vartoue remedies
ray only success was in the uae ofMlnv
moos Unr Regulator, which never failed
lu relieve me. I speak not of myself,
e, but my wnoie ismi ly. - w
Second and Harrison Sts Davenport
Rock Island Bupgy Go.
R::t::s, S:rri:s, Czzgiss, Spring sxlftra Vcns.
It will pay you to call and Ret our Low Prices
Factory sad Wan Booms on Sixteenth 'etreetjbetween First andjSecond avenue.
Retail trade especial T solicited.
Oar Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybody who bays clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that our Call suitings are in, and
that the finest ever displayed in the city. You are res
pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in pattern"
and styles, in fall and winter wear.
Call and leave your order
8tab Block Opposite Harper Hocsr.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J. W. GCHREirJER,
Contractor and Builder,
im 112S Fourth arc cue. Residence lilt fourth arenne.
Plans and speeitcatlons farathed on all classes of work ; also atent for Willer's Patent, Inside
b'mins B!!Bde,something now. stylist and desirable
! BOCK ISLAND ILL
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
b now located in his new baHdine at the corner
aad Twenty.third street.
of Fttta avenae
City "Bus and Esp7C3 Lino.
Telephone Cock Island or llcjperllbtela for bus or express
waon and yom will receive prompt attention.