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ran: ausus. Thursday max o. 1901.
Wc have the largest and most complete line of
Refrigerators in the city. All sizes and de
scriptions. Sole agents for the celebrated
"Zero" Dry Air Refrigerator, removable Ice
chambers Also the "Buffalo." "Cold Wave"
and La Belle " We handle no pine wood
boxes; only the best hard wood.
Hammocks and lawn seats, bicycles, fishing
tackle and sporting goods, croquet and lawn
tennis sets, velocipedes, wagons, catts and
wheelbarrows, screendoors and windows, lawn
mowers and garden hose, garden rakes and
hoes, ice cream freezers, oil and gasoline stoves.
We nav vour fare from Rock
turn. Ask the ferry collector
is good for two ferry tickets if
7ift r-:mersnn izn.
Judged by tbe Golden Rale
It is a fact that there are men in every line of business and in every
profession who are trying to take advantage of the people by treating tbern
unfairly. Unfortunately, there are a few such mcu oven in the medical pro
fession, who. by their dishonest dealing!, throw discredit upon the whole
medical fraternity. However, for the same reason that yoa would not throw
away a whole barrel of apples because it contained a few rotten ones, tbe
profession should not be condemned (or the actions of a few. When Dr.
Home began practice many years ago, he chose as his motto the words
'Honesty' is the best policy." To this he has always adhered, and his sue
cess and the confidence the people Lave in him prove they appreciate honest
Chronic Disease Arc tila Spsclalty.
Tho doctor makes no extravagant statements by claiming to euro every
thing under the sun. But he has devoted years of patient study in large
hospitals and clinics upon diflicult and obscure diseases, and can give yoa
he latest and most scientific treatment known to the world for lung, heart,
tomach, liver, kidney, bowel and bladder diseases.
Diseases Peculiar to Women.
Very few women enjoy good health and many of them will buy some
much advertised curc-ali and treat themselves for months, or go to some so
called healer or to some fake and in tnis way becone chronic invalids. What
else. .can you expect when such a delicate organism is subjected to such a
hit-or-miss treatment? Dr. Home treats successfully leucorrboea or whites,
inflammation, ulceration, painful and irregular menses.
Diseases of Men.
Every f or m of trouble resulting from indiscretion or disease, treated
scientifically. Loss of ambition, falling memory, los of will power, sleep
lessness or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion brought on by
breaking the laws of nature. Consult the doctor on these delicate points.
All business confidential. Names of patients and their trouble? never pub
lished except by request of the patient who has been cured.
Varicocele positively cure without the knife by my new method.
I guarantee a cure in all curable cases and cure hundreds that others
consider incurable. Dr. J. Alvin Home, suite 49. 50, 61, 65, 51 and 55,
Mitchell & LynJe buildiog. Bock Island. Take elevator to fourth floor.
Hours 0 to 12. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8. Sundays 9 to 10 a. m.
Hock Island. HI
Incorporated Under the
Mem Loakxd Oh Fiuom Coixatzkax O Rxal Estaxz Sxovkttt.
J. M. Buford, Prmtdeet,
John Cnibaugh, Vlo PrMl&asl.
P. Qreeoawait, CaobUr.
I g Ue kIim July , l"eo. and oaevpring
E. eorner of Miwihnii
Lynda's tew baUUsf.
Your baby "will look more at
tractive if yoa put It in one
of oar Beautiful Babj Car
riages or Go-Cart. Pon't
buy until yoa see them.
Prices are very low. Rubber
Tired Baby Carriage, up from
Go-Carts up From
Island to Davermort and ra. J
for Fair store coupon, which
presented at the time of a fJ
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cbl,
EL. P. Hull.
E. W. Hurst,
loUaitorsJsekMs aa4 Ham.
CUPID HAS BUSY DAY
several couples are united in
Carriage jn and Around .
. Reck Island.
F. J. 'luIUr AND MABEL FLA OK WED
Pretty Event at Bride's Home
A pretty home wedding last even
log was that of Frederick J. Tonn. ot
this city, and Miss Mabel F. Flack.
solemnized at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
S. Flack, of South Bock Island. Rev.
C. O. McCulloch, pastor of tbe First
Methodist church, performed the cer
emony, which was witnessed by 40
guests, mostly relatives of the con
trading parties. The bride was at
tended by her cousin, Miss Maj
Flack, of Chicago. " the groomsman
Ming Edward T. Flack, the bride's
brother. The wedding march was
played on the piano by Miss Maude
It was a while wedding, roses be
ing used in the floral decoration, and
large bouquet being carried by the
bride, who woro a brown traveling
own. Her maid wore white lawn
After congratulations and the wed
ding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Tonn left
on tbe midnight Kock Island train
for a two weeks1 eastern honey
moon. They will be at home
tfter May 22 in a fiat over
tlancker & Tonn's store. Fourth
ivenue and Seventeenth street. The
groom is junior member of the firm
of Maucker & Tonn, and is looked
upon as one of the rising and pro
er.ssivo young business men of
Kock Island, having worked him
self up from a o'erkship to a
partner in me establishment, liss
bride was for four years a mil
liner for Young & McCorubs and
is a most lovable and estimable ladv.
Both will be attended by the best
wishes of a host of friends in their
Sterrard, May 8 Tbe marriage of
F. 8. Fullerton. of Washington. D. C.
and Miss Charlotte Haddick, of this
place, was celebrated this morning at
tbe home of the bride's mother
Thomas' Haigh, of Sherrard, was
best mas, and Miss Jessie Iteveridge,
of Cable, was bridesmaid. Misses
Sheriff and Cooke were flower girls
and Miss Thompson played toe wed
ding march on tbe piano. Hev. (irif
rin performed the ceremony. Only
relatives and a few intimate friends
were present. After a bounteous
wedding dinner, the couple left for
Bock Island to visit tbe groom's
mother. They will reside in Wash
Henry P. Stebn, of Northwood.
Iowa, and Miss Emilia M., daughtei of
Mr. and Mrs. John Stapp, of South
Kock Island, were married at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
German Lutheran church. Rev. C. A
Mennicke officiating. Ludwig Stapp
was groomsman and Miss Mary Mor
ris bridesmaid. A reception was held
for the couple at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stehn
well reside in Northwood.
Justico O. E. Cramer, at his office
last evening, outdated at tbe mar
riage of Harry Bolls, of this city, and
Miss Hadie Milstead, of Bowling.
Miss Sigai Pearson, recently of Cat-
ifornia.and later of Moline, wad married
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISLAND,
In the State of Illinois, nt the close of
business. April Si, 1U01.
Loanx and discounts
Overdraf i, secured uutl un
U. S. Bond to secure circu
lation St jekK, hecuritica. eus
Due from xoalionul Bunk
not Reserve A Rent.)....
Due from Htute Bunk and
Bue from approved reserve
Internal revenue stamp. . .
Checks and ot her cab items
Notes of olbcr National
Fractional paper currency,
nickels uud cents
Specie lit .1 27
i.ss y i
t i F9 19
Legal-tender notes iO.I-.'S 00
Redemption fund with U.S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of
c re ulation)
Total f.i31,es8 40
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid . .
National Bank notes out
standing Due to other National
Bank 3X5 9h
Due to btata Banks and
Bankers hV3 M
Individual deposits subject
to check 802,323 3
Demand certificates ot
deposit 12.S 7
IIOO OrO 08
tjcrunea coccus im iw
Total S.S3l,ftSo 49
STATK OK ILLINOIS.
Coujitt or Kj:k iUKi, ("
I. C. HellpenKtell. ciuhier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above
statement is true to tbe best of my knowledge
and beliel. U. HKLLPKNSTKI.I.,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Bth
4ay of Majy, 190t.
F. P. GOLDSMITH.
fsCAL Notary Public.
Correct A ttst:
JrffKPH ROHSNI-IKLD, 1
Vitii run Directors.
D. T. HoBlHSoW,
Tuesday to Clarence Christinson, of
Kock Island, at Cambridge, 111. Mr.
Christison is employed as a machin
ist at Rock Island Island arsenal.
Milan, May 9. Miss Blanche Mc
Michael is sick with pneumonia.
Mr and Mrs. Robertson, of Ham
let, were calling cn friends Saturday.
Mrs. Harry Rhoadarmer, of Dun
lap, spent a few days last week with
Miss Leo or a Nice is improving
from an attack of pneumonia.
Miss Winnie Crouch, of Sears, vis
ited Miss Ella Zahn Friday.
Little Rath Ruge is down with
John Oharer called on old friends
John Willhite is very sick with
Joe Criswell has taken a position in
Mrs. Henderson, of Orion, spent a
few days with friends here last week.
Master Allen Ed J? gave a party to
his friends Tuesday afternoon.
alias Kingo-ola entertained tbe
pupils of her room last Saturday
afternoon Progressive dominoes was
the feature of entertainment. Rav
McMichael was awarded the prize.
Dainty refreshments were served.
Cordova, May 8 Henry Durant
has opened a bakery and confection
ery store on Main street.
Mrs. W. M. Harris visited friends
in LeClaire last week.
Miss Bcrnie Cool returned to her
home in Chicago Saturday. She was
accompanied by her grandmother,
Mrs. J. Cool.
Prof. Lawrence and family spent
Saturday at their farm, east of Al
bany. Clyde Vandeburgh left triday for
Buffalo, N. Y., to resume his work in
the U. S survey.
Mrs. Harry Ely left Monday for
Chicago, where she will joia her hus
band and they will mske their future
Mrs. Wooders and her mother Mrs.
Johnson, arrived from Canton, Mo.,
for a visit with relatives and friends
Fred Reeves and family are here
from Dakota visiting H. L. Reeves.
John Reynolds moved into the E
Humphry house in Jersey row, J. L.
Adams having moved near the but
Yv. L. Marshall is again able to be
out after another severe illness.
FACTS FROM FOSTER.
Foster, May 8. Mrs. John Powell
and the Misses Kate Fisher and Louisa
Peterson represented the Hazel Dell
Sunday school at the county conven
tion held at Rock Island last week,
and Thooias Watson was the delegate
from the Baptist Sunday school.
The teachers of division No. 2 held
a meeting at Illinois City last Satur
day. Sup.,. Ferguson, of Rock Island,
was in attendauce. and a profitable
meeting was held.
'Mr. and Mr. William Colbcrg Sr.,
of Eliza, were visitors at Fred Feld
Oliver Shirkey, who has been sick
for the past four months, was able te
walk arcund outside for a short time
Augui-t Miller is lying very low at
his home with pneumonia.
Mrs. James Hayes has been at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Omer
Finch, near New Boston, for several
weeks, her daughter having been
very low, but is reported some better.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wray, who
have lived in western Kansas for
about 14 years, arrived here last week
to make this place their future home.
August Miller passed away at his
home Monday night at ft o'clock.
The funeral takes place from -the
German M. E. church Wednesday at
10 o'clock a. m. Rev. Kettelkamp
will condnct the services.
SHORT SilERRARO STORIK4.
Sherrard, May 'J. J. L. Vernon
and wife returned home Monday
Mrs. William Gibson and two chil
dren visited with her mother. Mrs.
Sladcn, at Cable, Saturday and Sun
day. 'Amel Hall and Miss Selma Peterson
were married last Saturday evening
at tbe home of the bride's parents.
Rev. Kraft, of Swedona, performed
Mrs. B. T. Barrett and daughter
Dora were in Rock Island last Wednes
day. C. A. Samuelson and family return
ed homo Tuesday from Springfield.
Miss Frances Edgar and Mrs. Bar
bara Stevens were in Rock Island last
E O. Roberts and family returned
from Wales, where they had been tbe
last year. They will make Sherrard
their future home.
John Stohl was over from Wanlo-'k
Saturday shaking hands with his old
A woman who has had experience
with this disease, tells how to prevent
any dangerous consequences from it.
She says: "Our three children took
whooping cough last summer, our
baby boy being only threo months
old, and owing to our giving them
Chamberlain's Couh Remedy, they
lost none of their plumpness and came
out in much better health than other
children whose parents did not uso
this remedy. Our oldest little girl
would call lustily for coueh syrup be
tween whoops." Jessie Pinkley Hall,
Springville. Ala. This remedy is for
for sale by all druggists.
A little life may be sacrificed to a
sudden attack of croup if you don't
have Dr. Thomas1 Electric Oil on hand
for the emergency. '
DOINGS AT CITY HALL
Mayor Knox Returns From St.
Louis and Takes Up His
CHAJJGE AT THE WATERWOKKS
Chief Darnell Finds Uniform in
His Wardrobe Dahn
Not on Deck Yet.
Mayor B. F. Knox arrivod home
this morning from St. Louis. He
put in much of the morning in
vestigating the affairs of the water
works department preparatory to the
transfer from C. M. Witherell to
Plumb Bancroft, the new superin
tendent. Dr. Joseph De Silva, the new health
commissioner, was at tbe city hall in
search of the mayor, but arrived too
late. "If I am clotbed with suilicient
power," said the doctor, "I imagine
my department will cause a great
deal of unpleasantness for those who
fail to observe the regulations."
Chief Robbers Aroand.
Chief of Police Darnell made his first
trip about town in uniform last night.
Ha is wearing the clothes he had
made when he was appointed
night captaia by Mayor McConochie.
He wore them only a few times under
the last administration. Jim denies
that he placed them away in antici
pation of appointment later. Ho says
ho bad no use for them till now, in
fact had about forgotten he had them,
until he was called to his present po
sition. May Stay Behind Mahogany
John Dahn, assigned to anight beat
as patrolman, will probably not ac
cept. He is proprietor of a saloon
on Ninth street. It is said he was
disappointed in not receiving a day
job Chief Darnell states he expects
to receive a delinite answer from
Dahn today whether ho intends going
on dutv or not.
How s Tbla!
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any cae of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Waldis;. Kixnan Nt Makvis,
Wholesale DruitBists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrn Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
"Our little girl was unconscious
from sti angulation dsring a sudden
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a bottlo of One Minute Cough
Cure, giving her three doses. Tne
croup was mastered and our little
darling Bpeedily recovered," so writes
A. L. Spafford, Chester, Mich. B. II.
Biobcr and Hartz & Ullemeycr.
t S si!-TR 1
Ladles, a Laxative as Gentle as a Crushed Fruit Soda.
George F. Schmaie, Prop.
1705 Second Avenue.
NEW WALL PAPERS
Just Received at
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
Thev were bought right and will be on sale this week at ab
surdly LOW PRICES. Twenty Special Patterns, Heavy
Stock in Golds and Silvers,
Your Choice Only Five Cents Per Roll.
Twenty Special Patterns, High Colors, 10 in. blended bor
ders for parlor and sitting room,
Your Choice Ten Cents Per Roll.
A good assortment for only Two Cents Tcr Roll. If possible
please come in the morning when we arc less crowded and
can give jcu better attention.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
II. N. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, III.
Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
willing to resort to any makeshift to meet the conditions. At present,
however, considerable additions to our factory facilities enable us to keep
the trade supplied with real straight-front corsets at retail prices from
,.oo to Jiz.50, and also our 397, 97. Empire and other popular
numbers. There are over seventy styles and sizes of R & G Corsets
a corset to fit every figure. R & G Corsets are the corsets that do not
stretch Every hairbreadth of stretch is taken out of the goods by means
of steam-heated iron forms. This gives a permanency to the right shape
fnrm that will stav in it until the last day you 'wear it. Every K
& G Corset is sold with the understanding that it must give satisfaction
to the wearer, or the dealer will supply a new one free of cost. If
your dealer hasn't it, send us his name and we will see that
you are supplied wun wnat you want.
R & G CORSET CO.
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC,
A Crushed Fruit Laxative. The New Wonder for Bad Health. Druggists 50c.
Mall's TjghtoloK Cough Oure Cures Pleurisy.
Of the most desirable styles
and shapes that adorn the
windows and shelves of
Sch male's. It's a moral cer
tainly that we can please
you as to fit, comfort and
fashion. We have made
every preparation for spring
and summer and await your
visit with perfect confidence
of our ability to please you.
Some amazing good values at little
Ladies' stylish Shoe?, sizes 2
to 4, worth $3, at 75C
Ladies' stylish Oxfords, sizes
2 J to 4, worth 2 at 50c
Also a tine lino of ladies', gents' and
misses' summer footwear an assort
ment most complete. Come while
tho bargains are in plenty.
straight R &
G No. ;q7 was
and is the corset of
comfort with the es-
sp-ire of stvlc. It IS
straieht enough for the
prevailing vogue and
curved enoueh to conform
to healthful anatomical lines.
In 1900 we were unable to
fully meet the demand tor
grraitrht-front goods and un-