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THa.ABOUD, TUESDAY, HAY 4, 1C37.
MAKE 'IT NON-PARTISAN.
A Chase tmr Utawviti la Toasorranv's
Two judicial conventions will be
held by the democrats in Book Isl
and tomorrow, one (or the new Four
teenth end one for the former Tenth
judicial district. The conTentioni
will meet at Turner hall at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.
In view of the Intrigue to which
the republican hare stooped in the
selection of judicial candidates to
the sacrifice of eminent worth and
fitness for politics, the democrats
fboald seek to present a ticket based
Absolutely on merit, and by nomi
nating non-partisan candidates show
" H IDS JUUI
ciary the gratification of selfish am
bition is not the slng'e aim cf citi
Tfca WeaUsa Ws Kay Hav.
Generally fair and warmer tonight
and WdnrKlay; llif'.t varitble winds,
The weather Is e'eir In mst sec
tions. lUin U falling in northern
Texas, and shower have occurred la
NVw Mexico and outhern Colorado.
Frost is reported from northern
Today's temperature 64.
F. J. Walz, Obserrer.
rope with her children
to Join Mr.
Dra. Silvis & Smith, dentists.
Weverly bicycles t-10. Hynes.
Spot cash, 2.18. The Boston.
Full line of plants at Eckhart's.
Bargains in dinner ware at Eck
Mrs. W. B. Ullemeyer is visiting
Two-gallon pail of syrup 39 cents
at n. rton's.
Washing powder 3 cents a package
at tiorton s.
Choice potatoes 15 cents a bushel
Two dozen eggs 15 cents at Quln
A big attraction free at Young &
Mouomos' an this week.
Qainlan will sell two packages of
coDee tonignt tor Zo cents.
Spot cash shoe sale J 2. 18 this
week, ladies. The Boston.
Ksi Kai silks only 17 cents a yard
at Toung & McCotubs special sals.
Fresh egg three dozen for 25 cents
and batter J2J cents a pound at Hor
Major Winner and wife, the mid
gets, at Yonng & McCombs' all this
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dctjens have
welcomed a new daughter to their
Police Magistrate Stafford has
launched his court ii Uuford block,
Bring your children to Young &
McCombs' ami see the smallest cou
ple in the world.
Paddy Lynch has gone to Nash
ville to (ill an engagement at profes
, sional ball in thai city.
EsSanator Crawford, of Edgington,
has gone to (la esbarg to attend the
G. A. K. state encampment.
Heinle's nine challenges Zee's team
for a game of ball for 50 a side.
Tue ARc.rs is asked to announce.
Mrs F. C. Hemenway and Mrs.
W. P. Q'tajle are attending the state
encampment of the Grand Army at
Miss Frances Carey, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Grace Mackin the
pant week, departed for hor home in
Not stiff machine-made stuff, but
soft, flexible shoes for ladies. Equal
cnmpAtitor's ti . grades, this week
2.18. The Boston.
It was merely a coincidence that
landed both Th mas and Gest in the
saddle the same day. but it was
worth remarking about just the
Mot shot; 12.18 for ladies' choco.
lates and blacks, very handsome and
stylish, the new toes and colors.
Spot cash aud only 2.18 this week
It comes on good authority that
John McCauley has won the post-
mastersnip at fort Byron. The
other candidates were E. B. Stone
and II. C. Trent.
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet at the residence of Mrs. C. C.
Carter at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Important business meeting
to re rouoweu Dy a lucent tea.
Mrs. James Connor entertained s
party of neighborhood friends yes
terday in honor of Mrs. Morris Kos-
enSeld, who will soon start for En
An address on "The Holy Spirit as
an Agent in Carrying Out a Great
Commission" waa delivered before
the Tri-City Ministerial association
at its meetine in Davenport yester
The Industrial Home association
has issued invitations to a musicsle
and ball to be given at Industrial
hall next Friday evening. The en.
tertainment begins at 8:15 and will
be followed by dancing.
Walgren, the portrait artist, gives
a splendid opportunity to any one
with the requisite ; talent' to learn
this profession, and at the same time
succeed to their well established bus
ness here. Bead there ad in this is
sue of The Akgcs. .
dpt. and Mrs. T. J. B a ford are
having a reunion of their daughters
and their families. They are Mrs.
M. F. Hanley and little son, of Min.
neapolis, and Mrs. E. A. Garliogton
and two children, and Mrs. J. F.
Bell, of Washington, D. C. -
The Chattanooga club of the Firit
Baptist church met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. t. C. Lemon on Fourth
avenue last evening. A nice pro
gram was given after which refresh
ments were served, several hours be
ing most pleasantly passed.
Talk about a beautiful assortment
of wall paper; Hubbe & Anderson
have one of the most complete lines
in style, price and quality that can
be had in the city. Call and look at
their last shipment; it will do yon
good to look if yon don't buy.
There will be a new time card on
the Burlington Sunday. Among the
changes anticipated is one effecting
the leaving time of the St. Paul train.
and to which will also be attached a
through eleeper. The train will
leave at 7:50 p. m. instead of 6:55.
Thomas Bollman, F. Ludolph and
J. L. Freeman, of Rock Island; A. B.
E. Adams, of Rapids City; J. Cool, of
Cordova, and K. M. Rogers, of
Port Byron, left via the Rock Island
today as delegates to the biennial
session of the grand lodge, A. O. U.
U. W. at Streator.
Oliver Schnrr, a farmer whose
home is near Sherrard, has been
missing since April 24. A posse was
organized Sunday and the surround
ing country was searched, it being
feared that he had fallen into the
creek and was drowned, but no trace
of him could be found.
Henry Holtorf, the former Rock
Iland barber, is here from Phila
delphia on a business trip. He has
disposed of his barber business
at Philadelphia, whero he has been
located the past eight months, and
where he will make his future home.
With Mrs. Holtorf he intends spend
ing the summer at Atlantic City.
Observer Walz's meteorological
summary for April places the mean
atmospheric pressure at 30 02; the
highest being so 03 on the 20th and
the lowest 29.64 on the 5th. The
mean temperature was 49, the highest
being 8 on the TJCL and the lowest
28 on the 20th. There were six
clear days, six partly cloudy and
18 cloudy days. Thunder storms
occurred on 'the 12ih 13th," 22th,
22d and 23d.
August Nowack, aged 25 years, of
South Rock Island, was taken to
the Jacksonville asylum this morning
by Bailiff Reynolds, Having been ad.
judged insane before Judgo Mock
and a jury Dr. J. f . Myers, J. E.
Morning, K. r. Hampton, L,. It.
Svkes, William Ram sa ill and W. H.
Smith in the county court The
young man lived with his mother,
Mrs. Mary Nowack, and it was only a
lew weeks ago tnat symptoms oi ap
proaching insanity began to develop.
His hallucination is that he is con.
stantly doing something wrong. He
is not violent, bnt it is hopvd that
timely treatment will eventually re
sult in bringing him back to his nor
mal state oi mind.
Hlfheat Honors World' Flr,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. . Free
When a man fa j
no Help for it, a
good wife is the
one stay and com
fort left to him.
Bnt no man, who
is a man, wants to
put his wife to this
woman in her
gentle nature suf
fers with the hus
band she comforts
and console. It is a humiliation to any
proad woman that the man of her choice
ahonld prove at last a failure broken in
Eurse and in spirit. Back of all bnsinesa
tilures lies ill-health. No man who is suf
fering; from brain fag", nervous prostration
and debility, dne to impure blood and a dis
ordered digestion can long succeed in busi
ness. Every woman should make it her
duty to see that her husband takes proper
care of his health.
The best medicine in all the world for
hard-worked business men is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is medicine
for both body and mind. It makes the di
gestion good, the liver active, and the appe
tite keen. It fills the blood with the life
giving elements that build new tissues. It
invigorates and pnri&es. It is the one great
blood -maker and flesh-builder. -There's
nothing in the market "just as good."
A. L. Purdy, Esq., of Otterpond. Caldwell Co.,
Kv., writes: I herewith inclose 31 oae-cent
stamps to pay postage on one of yonr cloth-bound
Medical advisers. 1 know your book to be a good
one. 1 had snuered seven years with liver com-
Elaint when I read about your 'Golden Medical
liwovery ' in one of your books. After using a
lew notues 01 me uiscov
iscoverv ' and three vials of
Pleasant Pellets' I was completely cured.'
One copy of a good, practical, medical
work is worth more in a home than a thous
and works of fiction. Dr. Pierce's Com.
mon Sense Medical Adviser is the best
home medical book extant. It contains
1,008 pages and three hundred illustrations
and is written in plain, everyday language
that any one may understand Over a mil
lion women own copies of it and 6S0.000
of them paid Si. 50 each for their copies.
A new and large edition will be given away
absolutely free. If you want a copy in a
paper cover, send twenty -one one -cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to
the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, No. 66 Main Street, Buffalo. N. Y.
If you desire a fine French cloth bindinsr,
end is cents extra thirty-one cents in alL
Aider The Direction Of Chamserum Kindt&Cs.
Monday and Tuesday,
MAY 10-11. .14
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
To Nights and One Matinee Only.
Ketatn of the Famous
In Their Grandest Spa-"1
As Presented for 150 Rights
in New York City.
3 GK VND BALLETS, 100 ARTISTS.
Two Car toads of Special Scenery;
Beantifnl Coetnmes; Novel
Effects. Only Matinee:
Tuesday, May 11, at 2 O'clock p. m
Seats on ssle at Flake's Thursday.
50 and 15c and Si anl 11.60.
Zm'a Bide Winn.
The game of base ball at the hop.
neias yes'eraay aiternoon between
the Zee McMnbon and Jake S.'baam
nines was called in the seventh in
nine on account of darkness. It was
only 4:30, but same ot the players
were having tronblo in keeping tab
on the ball and were fearfnl lest
some of their lamps might be extin
guished if the deal was not stopped
The Scbaum nine wanted to proceed
with the game, ana would nave won
out, so they claim, if the other fel
lows had acted on the square. When
time was called the score stood 17 to
16 in favor of Zee's team. - The bat
teries were: Olson and Sooth, for
the McMahons, and "Kid" Browner
and "Chalky" Zeis - and Henderson
for the Schaums. Leo Deisenroth
and John Masterson were the urn
plres. Harry Toher, who held down
second bag lor the schaums, saya
that the other side even went so far
as to intimidate the umpires, and
that It was a "throw downn all the
way around, while Capt. Zee declares
the difficulty ot the losing players
was owing to their slight knowledge
of the game, while on the other hand
his fellows were about as fine, for a
scrub team, as ever "came over the
Attention. Joha Baford Foe.
All members ot Buford Post are
requested to attend the funeral of
Comrade Henry Kroeger at the Luth
eran chnrcb on Twentieth street at 2
p. m. May 5. W. B. Bkckkr.
What Tbey Said Wouldn't Bead Well.
"Jim Scorcher has just returned from
a bicycle ride around the world. Ho is
goirjir to vriie a book about it"
"What is he going to call it?"
We Only Want
You to use your best,
judgment in buying,
Compare our stock with-
what is shown elsewhere,
then decide. Everything
bright and new, and
prices are always right
when quality is considered.
This Time We Have
O jit" Plant.
Fresh Strawberries, f
Bulk and Canned Oystera.
The enthusiasm ot Crescent
riders is what cansea the enor-
4 mons sales of Crescent B'cycles
7U,uuu crescents sold in 1S96.
Crescents axe the handsomest
bicycles made, with tested im--provementa
that make them the
strongest, swiftest, simplest and
most durable. Crescent prices
are right not a dollar added for
the reputation that assures their
quality and these prices are the
same to everyone. If yon want
to keep in front, and ont of the
repair shop, yon should rida a
Crescent. Call and examine
1S15-1617 BEOOSTD AVENUE.
gaio $2.19 '19
All This Week at
For fine LADIES' SHOES In Tans, Blacks and Wines. You pay
from "Manufacturers" the same- price for stiff machlne-iewed, old
style Grods. You get from us the Latest Eastern Styles for
Krell & Math's
If he has not got it, ask him
to get it for you.
TAKE NO OTHER,
Every loaf has a red label
on. We want you to try it.
Phone 1156. No. 17161718
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math's Pure Bread
We have small sizes in $3 50 and $4 grades that go In this wonderful
sale. We have no "Dragons" in our stock, as everything Is new at
$2 19, We have no "Egyptian" kid, as American Is good enough for
It Will Pay You to Buy
Our Turned Oxfords
as you get them for the same price as you pay for shoes that have
tacks and thread to hurt your feet. See us this week aad get your
Shoe Manufacturer's Prices
all this week.
Cloct Cleaning Tune
Is here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put in shape so that you can
be more punctual during the
coming year. Onr facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clocks Called for and Dslirsred
All yon need to do is drop
ns a postal and yonr clock
will be called for and re
turned to yon in good order.
Woltman, Hie Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
III: iM dL
Pompelln Art In
When excavated from the ruins of the ill
fated city, were tbe wonder of modern
U3M s, snd are now the handsomest frea-
ens in piifctnnnii. Our rtlhllj. twk rtf
Walt Paprr De aerations Is evidence of the
great advance in home decorations, where
beauty is attained without the great ex
porne attached to paying special artists.
We have fine Wail Tapers for tbe palace
or cottage at reasonable prices.
HUBBE & ANDERSON.
2002 JFO U -ktM'JhL -A. V JUTI U-HJj
Incorporated Under the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Five Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Secnrity.
3 M Boford. President.
Joha crabangli. Vic President.
t areenawalt. Cashier.
Began basiness inly a, 18BS, aa4 oecapf I
S. a. ear. Mitchell Lynss's aew balldlac.
H B CaMa,
B P Rail,
Jackson Burst, fouettors.
t St Boford,
Ml 1 Tl 1 1 V W
ire IMS, mm ai Browns
Neat, dark, plain mixtures, the trim
ming and workmanship for which
our Clothing is noted. In the
we have placed them on sale at
$4.90, $6.90, $7.35
orn Ammonia, Alum or any other aduMfa&t
' "People I hare run up against1"
49 TUXS TU STAMDAtX
1717 Second AmnMS.
was ana iaom.