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THE ABBUB, THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 198
Pleasure and Pro!
Are both derived from trading where prices are
low and quality is hih. It's a duty you owe
yourself to trade where your dollars 1-ring the
biggest val ues. It's not what you earn so much
as what you save that counts in the long run.
So read the list.
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Fraaa Uraa.m Floer, per ck. ISa
trk Cora Meal. pr tack 8c
10 bar Armour to. a is
10 ban Cao Soap 34c
It bar Ora.d .U r Soap JSe
S.ov Boy Wash!. Powder. I
Feaey Miaataota Floer. pr k. ll.SS 1-pcea ! cn HUcVb tries, 3 cans 25c
S-po.nd caa Egg I'.dbi 10c
4-pckag.i Mince Meat 25c
Urge Pickles, per gallon 18e
1- poaad pt V C orn Starch 4e
14 ptnnd Pa'.! Jail, assorted
19 p. node (.racnlated Sugar. . .11.00
2- gallon Pai. Strap 44o
jail Data, S packages for 15a
Maple Sugar, per gallon 60c
Vn. i ..!. p i bcttle 6c
Kosslan stove Poli-b. per can ... 2c
Baking powder. ptr can 2c
Dr. Price' Baking Powder, per
Pon l 39c
Lamp Chimney. No. 1 2c
Mackerel. 3 for 10c
White Kish, 4 for fjc
Judge Bigelow so Holds
Master in Chancery
A030BD1SGLY THE0W3 THEM 0DT.
TALK ABOUT BASEBALL.
a : . m i r i) .tiM.-e i tt m laawaMsai
r Tot oit.if O iu Otr-TlU EN
waaaaB imp a oi ta if hujd m
Far a. i. C:rcj t Cuart or the Dl.tr. e:
c aen . aaaaaaai nasi aa appmi.
MorUGu. March 23 Jodge Bige
h. c nsolidaied rite of the Wood
men removal cases, be-td tie pro
reeling f ree oars, and alassUea.
kit ILn lilil.
.1 fJ JmtuM
TlU a. he teinrraDb;e bifavaaa 1 now i.i prrgres. and
Isaalaat crnii to Hit Ak.;i last ! & Pftatioa will begin
Kuk (.land . li.r. a R p SI
from Nt xt S;or(!r.
The Bock I -land baseball players
report for duty aiChampsign, where
two weoks of exhibition games are
to be placed, a week f.om nest Sat
urday. Then tbey come home to
meet the Peoria team and the Chi
cago Unions They will have ampie
practice before the cpening of the
Msnagcr Varcey Anderson re
turned to Rockford last evening to
srr-.ge for the removal of his fam
ily here. Bt attends the schedule
committee meeting in Chicago Mon
day This ovf r, he will come on to
Reck Irland. and her c to Cham
paign to meet his team. Mr. Ander
son is well pleased with the park the
officers cf tbe local clab hare re
lit cted. Grading of the grounds is
Calif jrala Baisias. par aoaad
California Psars. halves, par
California Cherry Praaae. S
pound for 2&c
California Dried Apricota. per
Caa aora. par ran 5
Paaa, par eaa 5c
String Baaaa, par eaa 7Je
J it n-uo
Golden Wat Reaa. .1 oan
frun General iitotan 1 Caarlts T. Young, a southpaw,
of the Woodmen, nt the wh booked to play m the Rock
conclusion of the hearing of the pro-1 's'or-d earn, was forwarded traas
ctedings tu the Whiteside county jportaiioa to L iray, Va , yesterday,
circuit court aw Morrison aa the Dtr- ' " ' f aia 01 pnzior in tbe box.
nascent !ipo.-iii n of the r.-.-.-u-r in The rris'ts h been reached in the
chancery Woodmen removal ir.junc-1 lorJ ba-ebali situation, t-njs tbe Ce
tions. This ruling on the part of'!ar Bspkta Gszette. J tst as Prcsi
Julge Bigelow wicds up in tho cir-;dcnt Biekay announces that every
cult court of this district the cases l,'m in ito as.ociation nas put ;tp
of last 6umair and fail through ''"t' money and that everything
which it was sough' to thart the will la 'n readiness for the schedule meet
Ol the Woodmen order in its removal ; wticli he has called for March
of its head oihie from Fulton to this s's lne Hffirs of the Cedar 1? ipids
city. ciud are round to be su soch a rondi
The court passed upon the numer- i tion taa Secretary Blikd feels it his
ous master in chancerv cases on ! rfuty to resirn, " which will In all
their return to it for action b? con-'. probability mean that Manager Bel
aolidating live of them, which were den w'51 step out, leaving the
, identical in chirrter. But one re- ,'lpi'tor8 witn a c:ub on tUctr bands.
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manij on the W it.ti s;.dc dpket. tht aw manager or tcint Dastm-n.
filyd bv H-nrv Uieckmnn et al N:: one outside the directorate seem
I This was not included wnh tne otn- 10 understand ;..6t what the diflicul
2000 Fifth Ave.
The Golden Age
The ane'eots talkc i of was quite dlffertnt from
today. Though thta Is an age of gold. It is an
age of ' faking " as well If you arc ai rareful
la jewelry buyiag ss you would be in a real
estate transaction, you will not be found patron
tilog cheap jewelry silci. Your 5 election of an
article In thii line shculd be m-.de from a mer
chant whose past transactors hive born the
stamp of keeping good f lth with the trade.
There are do: mis of ways for a j we Ier w th an
elastic cuocle nee to m ike monf y faster thin he
should, but If you will p:r ycur faith to an t x
perlenced. lorg established everrn. you will
not be duped. For the MM substantial and
reasonable in price go to
FolsoDj's Jeweliy sm.
ers, biciuse it l an altogether dif
ferent theory, being directed against
the present officers of the o;der per
sonally. Tne others were ba;.ed on the
contention that r'uilon was entitled
to tbe offices by r.ight of contract en
tered into through J. C. Root, the
original head tounsul, in considera
tion of contrtbutionb on the part of
tho citizens of Fulton in sundry
ttruounts and in sundry manner.
Tne (juestion es to tho legality of
various head camps wt which' the
head otluc wa ordered removed was
tics are, out it is understood to be
meiel7 a desire on the part of cc-r
tain directors to oust Secretary Blake.
Pitchers McGreevey aad Uackeit.
the stars of last year's Qaincv team.
who have been holding out and did
not want to sign with Ottumwa be
cause of b -tter engagements, have
come to time and tbeir contracts
are now in the binds of Manag
.Smith. Tue only onrnly player now
is Philips, the crack outtieker. who
claims to bo signed with Mobile, A'ta
in tne toutuern league, and u at
tlso raised. Tre evideute in tho'Pn9ent tnero practic ing with that
4V- Jewel Gasoline Stoves,.
Puritan wickless Oil Stoves.
We cordially invite you to call and examine
our spring stock. The tint st and most com
plete line in the city. Come in and see our
"Puritan" blue flame wickKss oil stove, that
burns either kerosene oil or gasoline and
does it perfectly, too. We carry only the
be5t and most reliable standard goods, and
our prices are within the reach of everyonr.
If ytu com u Visitor you will remain as a Customer.
Too CowvorsitM will bo duo to the Goods and Prices.
rorm of depositions taken by Special
Master in Chancery Alexander was
ail read, and arguments made
l7 City Attorney C. C. Mo
Mahon, of Fulton, for the FultociUs,
Harvey B. Bard, ol Chicago, editor
o( Hum's ll.icois Statutes fjr the
BtSar: J. 1). A: drew, of Chicago, for
the r lton tx-obstructionists, and
Genera! Altaian J. G. Johnson, of
Peabody Kss;Hm. William Jack
son, of t?iis city, and William Barge, i
of Uixon, for tbo Woodmen order, j
The casa was concluded at 4.80 yes-
tcrday aturooun, and Judge Bigelow
at once Ft ad trad bis dtcision. a
handing dotra Lis ruling Jadg
Bigelow spoke of ttc attest: :n tehad
given the tlcp sitior s and argument
notwithitanding that tie hat! bad some '
experience with the case, aud was
therefore to r.n exit nt familiar with
team. But Phillips has been notified
by President Young that he must
play with Ottumwa orr.ot at all, and
his contract will no doubt be eent in
IIC M'KIBBER DEAD
Burlington Brakeman Suc
cumbs to Injuries at St.
CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO CAES.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Hall Seats Hanging Hall Glasses.
I Mis Elna Klmbel, 930 Tenth avo
nne. entertained a party of little
l. iur Fox
r..r . KUnbel,
Willie Hrum g.
M rris c'otf.
t .mrrncc K enck.
Had Baaing of a fcpalar Ha 11 read Man
a U Bcolt mt aa Aesl.ttat Which Oc
n Lut wtk la the Malla Yard
FiMt-mortom Ex imloatlon Urrr the Be
naln Eaosral ArrancemsnU.
Victor McKibben died at St.
Anthonv's hospital at 11 :50 la-1 night
from tbe injuries whv h he received
io an accident on the Burlington!
railway a week ago today in Monne.
He was a brakeman on the "mron-
tgbl" freight run. The trdia was
coming toward Beck Island. While
doing some si .ching Mr. M.Kibben
was caugn. twten two ors, ann
beside the breaking of the bones of
his left fore triu. was hurt internally.
His condition grew more serious
daily. He lost conscioneness
at 7 o'clock last night, and passed
away at the hour ubove stated.
Vic" as Mr. McKibben was fa
miliarly known was cue of the most
popular and best liked ritlit'oad men
running out ol Rock Island. His
friends were legion, and his death
will bo universally mourned, while
tbe sympathy cf the community will
go out t. his devoted wife and child,
and to all those who were near and
dear to him.
The deceased was S i years of sge.
For the past five j cirs he had been
emplnjed by the Burliogton Railway
company. Ho waj married April 9.
1890. to Miss Minnie J. Simpson, cf
this city, who, ith one son, Georgia,
survives. Mr. McKibben also leaves
his mother, who resides at Spokane,
Wash., four sisters, and one brother,
Gilson McKibben, of Oak Park, who
was at the bedside of his brother
when the end came.
Mr. McKibben was a mumber of
Fort Armstrong lodse No. 3205, la
dependent Order of Forresters.
The funeral will bs tteid Saturday
morning from Trinity Episcopal
church at 10 o'clock.
I)rs. E. M. Sala an i W H. Lude-
wlg conducted a post mortem exami-'
nation on the bodvof Mr. McKibben t
at Knox's undestiiking parlors this I
morning. They found a general con-1
a ; m ai - lj 1
lUHiuu oi me iiamg oi me aoaomen,
nd a deep bruising of the, intestines
Ihesc cjnditions resulted in paraly
is of the bowels, which caused
WE HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Brass and Iron Beds
Ever shown in the three cities. The Prices Will Please
f Yon. See oar line before baying.
4.J. Smith Son:
12S. 125 West Third Street
Auother one of those pleas-ant tur
price parties was given yesterday
afiernoou by the little tos of the
lifth grade of IrviLg school, this time
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ii, i , , . . iuj Jiinci vuain.-s Liicnuaru a. nip
Me hid apprcacli-d the case with 1 1 .P . .. . , ,
-:Biiderab:. d.CMeacu. because ..n.:"L,"".T "" anu t,gn-
v uau aivii'ic, 1 uu?r pit DPUa tit .
inuilm wnUfit. ...I i....t. u-A I "'.",e."n,.le- Matie.lsaa-.hoa.
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other judge on this bench, and his
a rather reuia.aablc experience with
tne. cases and he would natural, y
dislike doing anything which might
be cnntrnd .a a criticism of his
brother. Fortunately hd was re
lieved of an; embarrassment on that
account because his jadgm?t.t in
the perding casts c.incided with that
of Jodge Goat. Referring to .Fudge
aaowaitat tieciurn in the
i red Luckrabitil.
KOa I laker.
Alnajra on Ilaad.
"My little b ty broke out with hives
and the medicines we tried failed to
euro him, until we began giving him
Hood's Sarsaparilla. He continued
United lkinP tnis medicine until he was er
Sutes court in the natter, and th Urel7 wel1- Vc recommend Hooa's
reading of which Mr. Johnson in-' Saisapariiia as the. nest blood puri
r.n U d in nr.-.it . i.t Wl... i ner- Jarjes M. B:
lew atd he was glad it had been:111
oronght to nis attention, occause it
:own, W inchester,
unfiled the thought in. hi. mini Hoods Tills cures ail
xactlr Judpe c he'd Ik. Mailed for 25 cunts by C.
piaintics nal proven no case under
Caar ' I I'rutcct 't-tl.
Co., Loaeil, Mass.
I. Hood &
All N. xt Werk.
Morgan Gihnev, fsmous as the
star ol Frchmau'.s "Charltv Bsll."
The Wife" and --Men and Women."
with a company of 18 players, will
bo the attraction at Harper's theatre
all next week la repertolro at popu
lar prices. This in cnu of the really
good companies now touring and is
playing to crowded houses every
where. Besides giving a now play
each evening. 15 up-to-dato special
ties are introduced between acts at
every porformancc. Sunday night
ladies will be alnvtted to best re
served stats at a reduced prioe.
Bacblsu' arnica Sal".
The beat salve in the world for
cnts, bruises, sores, ulcers, sait
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hitnds, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cure? piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. "For sale by llartz & Ulie
moyer. Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man
a clear head, 'an active brain, a
strong, vigorous body makes him
lit for the battlo of life. Sold by
Marshall & Fisber.
II Good Deal of Beauty
And a good deal of goodness worked
into usefulness and very LOW PRICES '
to make them still more tempting, more
desirable. This will give you some idea
Boys' and Children's Suits.
Which are receiving the attention oi the
mothers of this vicinity. Boys' Short
Pant Suits in a multitude of pretty pat
terns. Boys' Long Pant Suits a mam
moth stock, a mite of prices, and you
have the satisfaction of knowing they
are all right. Boys' Short Pants 15c,
19c, 23c, 37c, 40c, 47c 49c.
SOMMERS & LaVELLE.
1804 Second Avenne
Scaled proposals wiii be received
Chn conr's should protect societies at the office tf Drack A- Kerns an till
like the W rdmen and not harrass I o'clock p. m. Monday, March 28,
tncm. He hel l that societies like j for the addition and remodel
thc Woodmen should bo considered I lag of the High school building in the
as being in the aaj category as ' city of Rock Island. Each bidder is
churches and other religious and to accompany his bid with a certified
charitable organizations, and he check of 6 per cent of the amount of
agreed with the usage of the courts ' bis bid. Tbe board of education re
of not interfering with them. He serves the rii;ht to reiart a:iv and all
thought the business of the courts is
to protect the members in the man
agement of the affairs of the society,
rather than to seek to dictate the in
ternal po icy theretf. and that when
ever the courts attempted to inter
fere with churches or organizations
of tbe character indicated, the latter
had been soiled. Holding tbe-t
views, ho therefore ordered the bills
brought by tbe everal plaintiffs dis
missed. Judge Bigelow said he would enter
the formal order of dismissal at tbe
April term of the Whiteside circuit
court, when he would also consider
tbe motion of the attorneys for tha
order that damages be awarded
March 23. i89S.
Di:t k & Kaaaa.
Kui - .Uaueof Ol-lCaip.ta.
The undersigned usveling agent
1 for the Chicago Bug Manufacturing
Icompenyis now in this city, and
j when notified by mail will call vith
: samples and give td information re
garding rugs mad of carpets. All
orders wiil bs packed and" shipped
free of charge. City references
Commercial Hotel, City.
Shake Into Yjcr Sfc e
A lien's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
fact I r. . : J 1 1 1
Wfiaai the petitioners in the varinn. " v'u"". H"? swollen,
e - r " "" i SSiariir
GIRDLES. I y I SETS.
LEATHER I Hi JEWELED ;
S F i
I W I HAT FINS.
gae notice of a
:g feet and instantly takes the I
sung om 01 me corns and bunions
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BU'i. I i sanl ne wru-d fd .1.. .,, . .. " "
.. .u- - --- .v.. 'ae &:e. Alien 1
aw iue uci:,c tail tuis course
miht be adapted if desired.
Judge bigelow came to Rock Isl-
ae. Alien s ro''s-i-.ase mnkc
tight-fitting cr new shoes feel eaev.
it is a certain care for sweating, co
lons and hot, tired, achint? f.et. Trv
acd ImI ctemng on &! way home to1:. a tJ l. - . fc TJ
Galv,. aaile Mawrs. Jacks'n. John- .l' , n?. S
aaaaad H,we, .isc reached home aa tt2niJPZi!2 Lcents.'a
the tame train.
Allen. Mirers & Company
OMM.it. Harper House. Ml am AV
At tar t.poaxrc lath, tul 1
Or wt take a I -e cf Dr. Bell's Fine
Tar-Honey and fcrUfy
against cold. This i- one of the
atnmp?. Trial package fre. Ad
dress, AllenS. Olmsted, LeBoy, N.T.
tilling: D. in Hill
Feople suffering fr. m kidnev dis-
yonrself ! eases feel a gradual tu'steady loss cf
of the' strength and v talitv. Tcev should
most fficac'&ns rtmed e known to lose no time in trying Fo ey's Kid
s ci.nce fcr congts. colds and incip-, ney cure, a guaranteed preparation.
coaennption. : For sale by T. U. Thomas.
We have tec ivel a swell,
new line of strictly '98 nov
ties for spring wear. We
sre always in teach with
the leading manufacturers,
and always receive the very
latest designs. The prices
are so modera'e that we are
able to suit everyone in
price as well aa design and
JEWELES and OPTICIAN.
See the Line at
Summers & Co's.
For Coal or Wood.
With drop balanced oven door, square ovens, heavy
and durable, finely finished, splendid bakers. Peoria
Lexington Cook Stoves, the handsomest kitchen
pieces on the market.
Blue Flame Oil and Gasoline Stoves give the best
satisfaction of any before the public
A New Store
With New Stock
And a disposition to please patrons. Don't buy
elsewhere before inspecting our line. Repairs furn
ished for any stove and a satisfactory job guaranteed.
Everything new and up to date. Give us a chance
j ' to please you.
jSUMMERS & CO. iS.