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THE AHGT7S. 3IOXDA. SEPTTririrn 10 190
ALL THE LATEST
The most complete line in this section
of the country.
Also the most complete lines of Furniture.
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second 4 venae.
for the greatest values
ever offered in children's
suits for school wear.
Imm aII IR a aI V f-s H Af-t a
riue an vvuui ouns vvuuii
Up to $6 50 for .
None worth less than
$4. We never disap
point YOU KNOW U.
Oil THE CUT-OFF LIKE
Rock' Island Included in Milwau
kee's New Service, Says
14 MILES Of HEW TEAOX IS ILLINOIS
To Be Constructed From Ashdale
to a Point South of
A paragraph found in the annual
report of theChlcago. Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad would seam to remove
whatever doubt there still exists that
the compiny contem elites giving
Rock Island the go-by in its new Kan
sas City-Chicago short line. The par
agraph is as follow?:
To secure a more direct line and
one of lower grade between Chicago
and Kansas City, the construction of
line from Ahdle, III . to a pInt
one ana n ne-tentbs nines souta or
Thotusoru. III., a distance of 11 67
miles; and from Muscatine, la., to
Rutledge. I , a distance of 75 93
miles, has betn begun. These new
lines, together with the joint use of
the lice of the Dtvenport. Rock Isl
and & Northwestern from Eist Mo
lin", 111 , to Dvenpirt. It . and of
the line of the Chicago. Rock I-lind
& Pacific from Davenport, la., to
Muscatine. Ia which have keen ac
quired will shorten the distar.ee be
tween Chicago and Kansas City :H 06
miles. Th-4 total lenetb of line to
be construe ted is 90 05 mil?, at
estimated cust of S2 866.932."
Aceitts are Plra1.
This announcement is accepted as
final by the local representatives of
TWENTY VaCONS FOR
JUHLK FIRM ARRIVF
Four flit cars loaded with drllv y
wagons for the Trl-City Bottled Milk
and Butter company arrived in the
city this morning over the Milwaukee
road and were set out on the sidetrack
to be unloaded at the Seventeenth
street freight depot. They formed an
imposing spectacle, five on eacn car,
or 20 in all.
The vehicles were made by the Ra
cine Carriage Works of Racine, Wis.,
and are of a strictly modern type
They are all one-horse affairs, set high
on the gears, with the bodies painted
a dark red. There are large plate
glasses in the sides and fronts of the
bodies and tasteful gold letters set
forth the name, loctiou and telephone
number of the company as well as an
nounce the virtues of tho p-oduct
they will dispense.
leiM TERM BEGINS
Judge Cest Convenes September
Session of Circuit
Tom Leu, of Minneapolis, is in the
F. S. and James Brough are visit
ing in Chicago.
Oscar Schmidt, of Cleveland, Ohio,
is visiting in the city.
Mrs. J. W. Bruner has gone to
Kiikville, 111., on a visit.
W. B. Mclntyre and faniry have
re urned from the noztb.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K .Mixter returned
this morning from St. Louis.
Chailes Rosen held departed today
for New York to enter school.
Aid. and Mrs. Charles Willis and
family spent yesterday in Peoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Holdorf slatted
for the Buffalo exposition yesterday.
I J. L. Haas and family arrived home
' C.,.ra .do, n ..tr.U Tnrnr..n
an i -
Mrs. W. N. Ilinna acid daughter
Fay are visiting for a couple of days
J. H. DILLON GRAND JtJBY rOBEMAN
Wendt Murder one of the Import"
ant Cases to be Looked
in Alhanv. Ill
until ujr iuo luuai irpieaeuiauvcs ui i j
the coaipiny, whi are jabiltnt over j Mr. and Mrs. W. F.. Ivins and fam-
the prospects for incnasea import-i uy Jeit this morning lor a week s visit
ancd to Rock Island as a Milwaukee iu Chicago.
Mrs. S. D. Hardaway, of St
road point There has been a per
sistent report, as heretofore refer rrd
to in The Amies, that the Milwaukee
was to use a stretch of the Nortn-
western track on the Illinois tide in
connection with the cut-off and in
return for the privilege was to let the
Northwestern into Rock Island over
i's line, but p far mining official on
lis ncore has been obtainable.
The White Lines were defeated ia a
gtme at Twelfth street park yesterday
afternoon bv the Moline Wagon coui-
President Sexton today issued no
ne s for a meeting of the league
directors at the at. Noholas hotel, D-
jatur, Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Davy Jones, formerly of Rockford,
played his first game with Milwaukee
yesterday against Chlcsgo. Two
me wre pltyed. In the hrst Jones
,tt a horae run.
In tbe fc.ii me at Kewanee yesterday
between the team from the Rock Is
land and Davenport aggregations,
iniig under the latter' name,
against the Kewante Reds, the latter
were victorious, tbe score being 5 4o
2 It was a battle of the pi tenets,
only five hits being giWn on etia
Tbe Davenport Leader prints inter
views with a number oi baseball en
thusiasts, all of whom agree that Capt.
Smith, while a good player, was a
drawback to the team, his rowdy tac
tic and mouthiness having lost more
than one game.
Sbugsrt having been reinstated and
returned to his old position in the in
field of the Chic -go American league
team, it has been suggested that Rock
Island might go after Burke, who
held the place during Shugart'd sus
pension, with a view to making him a
member of the local club next season.
Maw. to the Trl-Clty Oil Company
from their secretary, O . Cramer,
who is ia the held low. Copy of tele
gram received by C. K Adams
Saturday evening: "New gusher in
this a. in. 100 feet directly in rear cf
tri-city holdings. At 5:05 this even
ing the geyser camo in. Both A No
1 wells." Signed Cramer. Mr.
Adams received a later telegram from
C. J. Etstman from Chicago, saying:
"Geyser Co. struck 70 000 barrel
gustier, ljt 1. congratulations." f
bigned C J. Eastman. All who want
stock cn buy it now at 10 cent per
share. The geyser" well is only 10 fet
frjm tri-city holdings. Enough said
act quick, all who wish this first
tarda of Thanh.
David Bleuer and family desire to
express their gratitude to friends and
neighbors for assistance at the death
of the wife and mother. Especial
ttanks are tendered for the boauliful
Mr. and Mrs Wi.liam Richtman
wish to return thanks to neighbors
and fiiends for acts of kindness
shown them in their late bereavement.
Have you a sense of fullness in tbe
region of your stomach' after eating?
It so you will be benefitted by using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching and
sour stomach. They regulate the
bowels too. Price 25 cents Sold by
When you want a pleasant physic
try tbe new remedy. Chamberlain's
Storzach and Liver Tablets. They
are easy to take and pleasant ia ef
fect. Prica 25 centos. Samples free
at all drug stores.
is visiting at the home of her brother,
G. W. Ackley.
Miss Ada Deiscnroth has gone to
Kenosha, Wis., to visit her sister,
Mrs. Fnd Fisher.
Mrs. E M. Wright, of Erie re
turned home this morning after visit
ing with J. I Wright.
Charles Mcllugh returned home to
LsFayette, Ind , today after a visit of
a week with his folks.
Cbar'es Negus has retu'ned for his
second term at the Highland 1'uik
Dr. C. C. Carter has returned from
bis summer vacation, which he spent
with his family in the north.
Miss Mary Grant, of Monroe, Ws.,
left for home this morning af;er visit
with Mr and Mrs. AIouzj Petcher.
J. L. Ha;aman. of Springfield, vis
ited Sunday with Mrs IIgatnan, who
bas been visiting here some lime.
Miss Agnes Hl.ind. of Indianap
olis, is bere to spend a couple of
months with Mr and Mrs E C
Pail Mitchell is back from Quincy,
where he completed arrangements for
tbe meeting of the State Bankers'
association, of which Lo is president.
G. A. Vawter, of Cambridge,
stopped at tho Harper today on his
way from the Poilippines, where be
is interested iu a mahogany lurnlur
C II. Coolman, of
is visiting at the head office of tbe
Fraternal Tribunes. He is to become
district deputy for the focietv in
Texas, with headquarters at Fort
Rev. Thomas J Shuey It ft today
for Clinton, III., to begin a course of
lecturer which be arranged to give
before ho accepted the call to tbe
Memorial Christian church In this
city. He will be away several week?.
Director E. E Murphy arrived ia
the city this morning f ir the Septem
ber meeting of the Woodmen board.
which begins to Morrow. Trie other
directors are expected this evening
or tomorrow morning.
Eidy M.Culloch left today for
Delaware. Ohio, to resume hi) school
duties. Will and Lvli McCulioch
leave for the situe place tomorrow.
The two former graduate from the
classical course thi3 year, while the
lttier is just entering.
The state university opened today
and several left from here yesterday
and today to attend. Among them
were George Porter and Keith Collins,
who lft yislerday; Jf-e Worker,
Cbarlrs W. llawes, Jr.. Fed, Loos ley
and C F. Ilttedorn, who went today.
E A. Shcphard, ch'uf clerk ia the (
ordnance department at th gov
ernment stttion at Havana. Cuba, is
in the city, having been ordered here
from that place for three months to
tke a place at Rock Island arsenal.
The object of the transfer isudr
stood to to tl e familiariz g ' Mr.
Shephard with .ome of the work done
Tbe local delegation composed of
Gus Stengel. Sr., Louis Eoglin. B
Winter. Peter Pfaff Henry Lemburg,
A. D. .Huesiog. Herman Schubert,
Charles Porker and August Liitt left
this morning for Rockford to attend
the state meeting of tbe- Liquor Deal
ers1 Protective association, which
convenes this evening for a 3 days
session. By the deatl of tho presi
dent Mr. Stengel as vice president
will preside and the delegations from
this city and Moline will support him
for election to the office of president
of the state organization.
At 2 this afternoon Judge G.at con
vened the circuit court for the regu
lar September term.
The grand jury was called and J
H. Dillon, of Canoe Creek, was chosen
After being charged the body with
drew to begin its work.
Several matters of importance will
come up before tbe jury.
Wendt Harder Cut.
Chief among them is the case of the
Stiles brothers, held for alleged com
plicity in the murder of Cail Wendt.
of Cordova, and that of James Shel.
ley, from tbe lower end of the county.
charged with attempt to kill xbls
term of court, too, will be an un
usually busy one.
SEVERAL FUNERALS HELD
. Mrs. Mary Russ, wife of George
Ru3S, of South Rock Island, died Sat
urday evening at 9 o'clock at her
home of tumor and iclltmmation of
the braio. She was 22 years of age
and leaves besides her husband two
small children to mourn her loss.
Tbe funeral will occurs at 10 a. m.
Tuesday from the home.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. David Bleuer
was held from the home of her p-t-TentH.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fluegel,
1306 Eighth avenue, at 10 o'clock a.
m. yesterd.y Rev. C. O. McCulioch
assisted by a 'mixed quartet from the
choir of the First Methodist church,
performed the last rites and inter
ment was made at Chippiannock.
Tbe remains of Mrs. Christina Diet,
were interred at Chippiannock cetm
tery Sa' urday afternoon, services be
ing c inducted at the residence, 1501
fcixth avenue, by Rev. C. E. Taylor.
Tbe funeral of Charles Raisch took
place at 2 p. m. yesterday from the
borne of tbe daughter. Mr?. William
Rich man, 1710 Thirtieth street.
Services were in charge of Rev. C. A.
Mennicke and interment was made at
the Gpruan Lntheran cemetery.
r uner.-ii e' vie -s over the remains
of A1o!ph C Koocko were held at the
bereavid hems at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon bfio e the relatives and
intima'e friends of the family. Ser
icps were conducted by Rev. C ().
McCulioch, pastor of the Firtt Meth
odist church, t 8 istd by a quartet
f'ona Divenport comro-ed of Mis
Emily Haines, i'r. B F. CarmTchael
Harry E Diwi.er and Dr. Arthur
Atkinron. The ps-llbt-artars were F
W. Paul. H G. Si-harff nberg. James
McBride, O S McDaniel, C. D. Ring
gold and O H B-rkel- The inter
uient took place at Oakdale cemetery
You May Buy a Pair of DUTCHESS WOOL
$2, 2 50, 3, 3.50, 4 or 5,
And wear them two months. For every sus
i ender button that comes off we pay you
ten cents. If they rip at the waistband, we
will pay you fifty cents. If they rip in the
seat or elsewhere, we will pay you one dol
lar or give you a new pair.
For Sale by
SOMrVlERS & LAVELLE.
1804 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
TAILOR-MADE HATS are the thing for this fall's wear.
We have thfm in all new shades, including the Military
Blue and Oxford. These hats are the correct thing and
aro made up not only in the plain cloths with velvet folds
but also In Mohairs. They can be worn with any gown, or
on any occasion. The hats are exceedingly smart in ap
pearance and are made up so light in weight, being made
on wire frames, that every lady wi.l fl id comfort and
pleasure in wearing one.
Bid-Hood and indigestion are
deal aemiea to good health. Bar
dock oi Bitters diatroys them.
A MIC fat of Teiror.
Awful anxiety was felt for tha
widow of tbe brave Geoeral Burnham,
of Machias. Me., when tbe doct-rs
said she would dio fr. rn pneumonia
before morn ng." writes Mrs. S H.
Lincoln, who attended her that fear
ful night, but the begged for Dr.
King's New D scovery, wbica had
more than once saved her life, and
c-.irrd her of consumption. After
takintr. she Elept ail niebt. Furtbei
as entirely cured her." This mr
telous medicine is guaranteed to cure
all throat, chest aud lung diseases
Only 50 cents and $1. Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
WorkluK Kla. t and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's iew Life Pills. These pills
chauge weakness into strength. lUt
lttssness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building up the health Only 25c per
box. Sold by Hartz & Uiiemeyer.
What I-o-do Doe. , .
I o do is an antieoptic powder. It
possesses all the good qualities of
iodoform without any of the objec
tionable features of that well known
nuliscptic and additional good quali
ties besidos. It gives prompt i t lief
to anjonc suffering from any of the
l iesh wounds, lacerations, brnises,
wounds or scratches by any animal,
chronio ulcers, burns, scalds, gall
and cbating, piles, abscesses, bites or
stings of spiders, mosquitos, or other
insects, vcricosed ulcers, sweaty,
swollen or sore feet. For animals
sore neck and shoulders on horses,
barbed wire cuts, scratches, greese
heel, saddle gall, etc., I-c-Jo is fast
becoming the standard remedy for
these and other such ailments for
both the human and animal family
You can't afford to be without it. 25
cants a box atyour druggist.
Gives new live material, drives
a vay disease, makes up for the wear
, td tear of body and brain. That's
what Rocky Mountain Tea is doing.
,T. II. Thomas' Pharmacy.
Brandenburg SVIillinery Store.
Corner Twontieth street and Fourth Avenue. Rock Island. 111. Telephone 1237
iXi Ranges m
mSmlm Gsnlineni 4
mkVM Comfortabte I
I (U'GEST STOVE PUNT IN THE WORLDS y fl ramoosrortlurty-fiYeycan. if
I VYv, V ' J:! TLrw million III use. Su- !itf
I Vv v f yi'i penorlii ioiiit of etlu-iency, ,?ST
L vVv .. y duialulity and niirn- )Zt
I .". -'" my MoTPor rantic inmlc.
f X. 5y-"-fl Theonly pi.vtiHt i-K'niifl- '
t" S- sf- fl oaliy rd:!ir-s tlm lipat nnt I
t. -Nvy. . S ZS f 1 pn tiic iwr ilwliiie on- Jl2
r- ' ! .SirESCV 0JSCf" l trol. it mvs money every itZ
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f j irr-aS'" ' ; '-if uion. I srs ic roal '3,Wr
I . - - . .' i -jasvti11-. :3J pvoK more SeM ny (ik
ft :" ...''ji;;; -:" leodins dealers everywhere, f'r.t
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t r.::-" -' ,,y v-i ,asxaesTgeussssJi
t.i MMI illllliMC'Ji-'i''"r'''''P''' i i
Don't wait until you become chron
ically constipated, 'but take DoWitt's
Little Early Risers now and then
They wi 1 keep your liver and bowels
in good order. Easy to take. Safe
nS11a Tl II Rinwr anrl Hurt & Kiln.
Allen, Myers 4c Company.
t. T. Koniftoit Prita.nt ! V. MCDO. Vlea Prealaant. H. X. CAnaax, Oaialsr,
69ntral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Otock, 8100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
' Paid on Deposits.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of tho company,
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, women, Invalids and others.
the I Our
We Sell Fans, Dyn
amos, Motors, Bells,
and Batteries, but
Leader, don't rent jhem." f
W. A. Robb & Co.
117 Seventeenth street.
Telephone 1538 j
We Btand between yea nd