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rjai, abghj. Friday, octobei i, laoit.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Store lid lifters 5c each
Meat choppers 5c each
btrainers c eacb
Potato mashers 5c each
Farring knives 5c each
Package shelf paper 5c each
Hatchet handles 6c eacb
Ma'ch boxes 5c each
3 boxes matches ." 5c each
Curry combs 5c each
Maciiage, bottle 5c each
Large bottle black ink 5o eacb
Lvge bottle red ink 5c each
Stew pans 5c eacb
Funnels 5c eacb
Cake tins 5c each
Large roll toilet paper 5c each
Hand brushes 5c each
Sponges 5c each
Shoe polish 5c each
Large assortment of toilet soap.
a bar 5c each
Williams1 shaving soap, a bar. 5c each
Lrge pencil tablets 5c each
Two pair shos strings 5c
All kinds of sewing machine
needles, two for 5c each
China caps and saucers 5c ech
Chamois skins..... 5a each
Batter paddles 5c each
Large wooden spoons 5c eacb
Coffee mills . 5c each
Men Who are Looking
For the newest things in gentle
men's haberdasher j are earn
estly invited to extend their
teirch to this store. All that's
ter, all that's good, all that's
Corroct in style, shape and color
irg, and price for popularity.
1714 Second Avenue.
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One' of Trust Promoters Confer
ring With Molina Plow
He is the guest of F. G. Allen while
in the city.
The Chicago Record-Herald, still
insisting that the plow trust has been
formed, today prints a cut and bio
graphical sketch of C. D. Deere, of
Moline, who it is claimed has been
elected president of the combination
Offers Have Been Made,
But None Has Been
WILL NOT JOIN THE COMBINE Ueilhofer's tvrolers will be at Tur
ner hall Saturday night and Sunday
night. Admission 20 cents
A patent shoe shiner given away
with each pair of men's, boy's or
youth's shoes at the Leader.
Order your hard and lump coal,
bay and grain at Cbarles Hansen's;
'phone 1373, No 221 Twentieth street,
in the rear.
Hear the new songs, mnsio and im-
personatiner by noted performers at
Tamer hall. Saturday and Sunday
evenings. Admission 25 rents.
Ihoee who have been nnable to get
satisfaction elsewhere are especially
invited to consult Dr LiGrange, the
expert optician, at Bleuer's Saturday
Franz Ileilhofer's alpine yod ers
will be at turner bail Saturday and
Sunday nights, Oct. 5 and 6. Admis
sion 25 cents; hildren 10 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson,
Jr., of Black Hawk township, rejoioe
in the advent 01 a new son their
first born. The new arrival makes
Assessor J. L. Freeman a grand
The Bock Island Stove company
next week will send out its traveling
men 10 iae orders ior ine winter'
business.. The factory is behind on
orders and is now running at full
II- N. Stone, the directory publish
er, has practically completed his can
vass in Rock Island for bis forth
coming book, and requests that any
change in residence from now on ba
made known at his oQice in Masonic
Lawrence I. Lambert, of Bock Is
land, and Miss Minnie Carlson, of Mo
line, were married . by Rev M. J.
Eggan at the mission tabernacle par
sonage in Molina at 5 p m Tuesday.
Thev will make their home ia South
Several Nauvoo girls wrote their
names in grape baske s during toe
shipping season and now tome of
them are receiving missives from
Dakota's gallant oung men wbo
want an exchange of photographs and
a sweet letter occasionally.
Arguments in regard to the defence
tiling a demurrer to the amended bill
of the complainant in the Jones
Stanley injunction case were heard in
the circuit court today and Judge
Ram-ay entered a ruling instructing
the defense to answer tomorrow morn
We are now located in our nw
building at 1816 Third avenue, and
have a complete stock of gas and
electric chandeliers and electric sui -
plies. Call -nd see us Rock Island
fclectric Construction company.
Old style gravel roofiog put on by
our mechanics. Uld
S. A. White, representing the Unit
ed States Title & Trust company, of
ew York, the company which is
backing the flOOCGOtOO plow com
blue, was in conference witb the offi
cials of the Moline Plow company all
yesterday trying to induce them
either to sell out or become a constit
uent company in the combine
The fate of the plow trust binges
on tbe decision of the plow company,
ior without this big plant tbe com
bine cannot expect successfully to
control the plow output. What that
will, be is still unsettled. The com
pany is firm in its stand never to be
come a party to tte trust, but tbe
proposition to sell is possible of coc
summation. 1 he stockholders are
divided ov-r tbe ctlsr or sale, some
being willing to do so and others op
posed to thus closing out tbe busi
ness. The trust parties are anxious
to obtain tbe plant and are making
all kinds of oilers to gain it. Tne
price offered is understood to htve
beenfl,800,C00or 5.Co 000, which is
WUl Settle roofs rate.
Messrs. G. A and C. R. Stephens
returned from the trust co ference in
Chicago accompanied by Mr. White
Yesterday forenoon was spent in con
ference, George Stephens, president.
ana t. u. Alien, secretary, joimn
the council, which before it is ended
will settle the fate of tbe proposed
American now company.
u. a. Stephens said that no dispo
sition of tne matter bad been reached
"air. mte, be continued, "is down
here to induce us to join the combine
this, of course, we shall never do
for we still stand on the same ground
we nave held ail along.
"As far as a purchase of the plaot
an sorts 01 oners nave been made us.
but none has been taken up W bat
will be the ultimate decision cannot
"xne rate 01 tne wnoie como.na
tion is right here and its fate depends
on a torn of tbe wrist and the scratch
of a pen "
Mr. White, by the way. is the head
of the gigantic salt trut which con
iron me output 01 salt la this coun
try. He has been one of the most
active promoters of the plow combine
let us know
how much. If
promptly and punctually and tbe
best of bread at that is our busi
to get bread. Just
where to deliver it and
send' your order to us and we will
give it our prompt attention.
we are headquarters for wedding
cakes, fancy ice creams, candies, salt
el "nuts, etc in fact everything
needed for a nice wedding table can
be gotten from as on short notice.
Your patronage will bo highly ap
preciated. Frank J. Math.
1 -merly Krell A Math.
FhOM lit 716-1711 Second ye.
HEW PHONE PROJECT
Aldermen in Committee of Whole
: Discuss Independent
FAEMEESTAKE PAST IN DI80U8SION
But No Decision is Reached, Mat
ter Going Over Till Next
The committee of tbe city council
appointed to consider the ordinance
prt-39nted at the list meeting o? tnat
body by tbe Illinois Independent Tel
ephone company met at the council
chamber last evening together wiib
the aldermen in cmmittee of the
whole. W. . Thomas wbo ! engi
neering the affirs of the co up my
here, wa present, as were also a
number of representatives of country
lines centering at Miltn and Taylor
Tbe first section of the proposed
ordinance, that authorizing the in
auguration of an independent system
here when taken up. opened, the en
tire question for discussion and
an hour nwi a ha:f wa dt tjt -d to
an attempt to arrive t a gene) a', under-tanking
of wht hs been don
and whit is daiired in the way of
providing connection between the
three cities and tbe c untry. The
visitors from the country were first
heard and G. II. Kiog-oury and L
Simon told of tbe past efforts of the
Retail Merchants' association to
bring about an understao ling be
tween the farmers and the Central
IJ'iion company. Then tbe matter
passed to the council and some of the
aldermen stated their views on the
Country LIom la a Fight.
As is generally known, the Central
Union company has offered country
lines connection with the cities of
Rock Island and Moline for a 5 cent
toll and so ne of the lines centering
WED ON THE QUIET;
ARE MR. AND MRS. EMRY.
Q -er are the caperj of cupid. It
has juot leaked out that Uilp Vaughn
Emry, of Canton, and M.ss Yard a
Lorraine S medley, of M.liue, were
married at Clinton. Iowa, on Sept. 8
Tbe news comes just after the an
nouncement that the ouple were to
enter tbe mirried tate in the near
future, the latter evidently having
been given out to throw their friends
off the track until Mr. and Mrs. Emry
were ready to spring their pleasant
little surprise upon their friends.
They are now receiving the congratu
lations of their many friends and pre
paring to ettle down tj housekeep
ing. It wa t the Eui-Roptl c'ntrch at 4
o'clock in the afiet ..on ut ept. 8
that the ceremony making tnitu man
and wife was pvrfornid. rh only
witnees to trie nap'.itls were Mr
and Mrs Harry H&uiiliou. Mr sod
Mrs J.'uex Hickey. of ttock lsltua,
aud Mi-- Kfli. Euirv. i f Cituv..n, si-ur
t the groom. Rv Riiy, pastor rf
the church cffiViated.
After th wedding the bride rr
tured to her duties at Josephon's
jewelry stoi'3 in Moline next morning,
keeping mum aorut ttte little event
In which she htd twen one of he
i priocipt h 1 be fay oet-re. groum
I weut abut hi m ies a t" a', and
phorlv att-rwcir1 ibt? nuncrll. tr.ey
.rc : -ut t' lurtie l t-t stiirv.-'1!
i 1 he brid a ci:a':n;rg onii
ld. ;t d-tu-fhu-r rf () K Tnutvimv,
f .ruierlv ia the t-h buine-i- ia Mo
line She h niAoy fueails wh will
shower cjngiatulMiions up in her
The g'oom is an e ergeti ami ppu
lar young man, who fi r some time
has been a tiavellog salmttn for
Underwood & Uude wood. New York.
The happy couple will be at h-ma
to friends at !03 Twentieth street.
Rjck Island, after Nov. 1.
An Elegant Shoe for Fall Wear-
Ladies' $2.50 Enamel Shoe.
Made with Heavy Extension Sole, Cuban Heel, Broad
Toe, a shoe that has style, comfort and wearing qualities
that far surpass any other shoe at this price.
Central Shoa Store, Second Averi!j.
Plenty of Money.
WHAT SHALL WE EAT
To Keep Hraltny and Stroac?
A. healthy aopeiite anJ common
sense are excellent gui ies to fallow
in matters of diet, and mixed diet
of grains, fruits and meats is un
doubtedly the best in spite of the
at Andatu-i& aave taken advantage of claims made by vegetarian and food
tbe rate. This has led to a bit er cranks generally
controversy betwten tne lines at ' As compared with grains and vege
EJgington, which is connected tab es. meat furnishes the most nutri
thro ign Andalusia, and the remainder meni ia a bighl concen-rated form
i f the lint a in the south part of the and is digested and assimilated more
county. Dr. Peter Eckbart, of lay quickly than vegetables or grains,
lor Ridge, devoted some time in ex-j Dr Julius Kemussen on this sub-
plaining the nature of tbis trouble ject says: Nervous persons, people
Uor ti er company; Charles Han?en
president, 'phone 1373. in the rear of
221 Twentieth street.
Rev W. B McKee ws up from
Rock Iland last Thursday looking
after repairs 'o the propc ty of bis j
on-in-Jaw. J Jr case beer. u-v. fllc-
K-e hid the misfortune to lose bis
lerical half-fate p-rmlt in tbe eoach
in which be came from R ck Island.
Min phlMr.n a 11 fT . f vr m nonrn,.
AllVHVfi the. Rn.f hn'a (nerve piverty) through eye
attention to thlt class of cases, as his !
improved methods enable him to '
7f it comes from our studio
you can be sure its the best.
Posing, lighting, printing,
finishing and mounting all
show careful and artis ic
Special and exclusive designs.
THE BLAKSLEE STUDIO
1822 Third avenue.
and the reason tiat the offer of the
Central Union company is distasteful
to the subscrioer he represented.
His contention was that the previous
acts ef the company have aroused tbe
prejudice of tbe country people.
through an evident tff'.rt on the pare
of the former to take advantage of the
unorganized state of the latter. As
at precent constituted the doctor de
clared no biudit'g contract cm be en
tered into with more than one of tbe
country lines at a time Xhls he
said bad been done and the company
roofs rep ired (when connected witb one of tbe lines
and roof pointing: promptly done. We had i laimed the rght to send tret-, i regular practice is made of u-ing atu
f . ,) i .
guarantee every roof Rock Island j messages 10 any pari oi me iarmer-.' art's uyspepsia i ao eix, oecause tney
system ins oojeciion to connection
with the cities at a 5 cent rate was
that the country lines would be Used
for commercial purposes between tbe
city and the outlying towns, whiie
the f-ubscribers on tbe lines ov-r
which the messages would be ent
ould be compelled to give up tbe
use of their lines for the time without
From Milan End.
H. L Franing. of Milan, also spoke
concerning the results of a mee ing
held at Milan during the week at
which Mr. Thomas met the represen- tase. which actually perform the work
taMves of the lines running into Mi- of digestion and give tbe abus d
Ian anH m a rf a a vv rt ul inn 9ntm $mn af nmath a nho nnh t f i a t- a tin rt
tUIieUUV UlU-Uam WllUUUt lUU USO Ul -. ,.-. ,V, . u i ,..;.., U KH -.-.rl kr.in -.ilhtho
any arugs cr test types. i nonoge. to install in the citv and the i nocessarv nutriment. Cheap cathar
.Nothing will knock out Jack rrost systems in the county that was very i tic medicine- masquerading under the
so cumyiBlWT as lO-liaua DIOCK or ut if.rtnrir. nmriA ,,l rltinnf.. . nnrrtM r nsftlfls
Pocahontas coal. They ignite quick- j Then Aid. A. G. Anderson. 'who was : for relief or cure of indigestion be-
ly. do not clinker and are cheap for chairman of the meetiner. called noon cause thev have absolutely no effect
the aldermen present for an expres-: upin the actual digestion or food.
sion, and Aids. Eckhart, Westbay Dyspepsia in all its forms is simply
and Gall were entirely in favor of the ! a failure of the stomach to digest
grantiog of an indepeudent franchise
xbe ordinance was then taken up and
considered in sections and some
slight amendments offered The hour
grew late, however, before the matter
was settled to the satisfaction of the
members and an adjournment ' was
taken to meet again next Tuesday
evening lor further consideration
ruo down in health and of low vital
ity should eat plmty of ui -at. If the
d'gestiuu is too feeble at first it may
be easily strengthened by the regular
use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab ets
after each meal Two of these excellent
tab ets taken after dinner will digest
several housand grains of meat, eggs
or other animal fo d in three or four
hours, while tbe malt diastase alo
contained in S.uart's Tablets cause
the perfect digestion of starchy foods
like potatoes, bread, etc., and no
matter how weak the 6tomach my
b. no trouble will b- experienced if a
supply tbe pepsin and diastase so
necescary to perfect digestion, and
any form of indigestion and stomach
trouble except cancer of the stom
ach, will be overcome by their daily
Tnat Iarg cias of people who come
under the head " f nervous dyspeptics
should eat, plentv of meat and insure
its complete digestion by tbe systc
matio use of a safe h-irnilvits dge-tive
medicine like Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, composed of the natural di
gcBtive prlncip es peptone and dia-
If prosperity is just in sight prob
ably a ii'.tle ctsn would enable you to
tid- things over until prosperity
reaches you There is no doubt
about the advigibi'iry of having what
ens you need at the right time We loan you
money on furniture, ptaios, horse?, wagons,
live Htock and other pers m! pr.jaerty. and on
short notice Amounts frm $!0 upw.nJs.
l he property remains in your own p ma- Ion
and tie transaction Is perfect y o jntlldnial.
We l is ira y u the oest ol -.tteuc o i tin m m'.
th uatfal care in handling the "p irccnat of
the Inn anl best of all perfect ftl-nes la
a'l our dealings. We would like to talc to
you abuut it.
Mitchell A Lynde Block Room 88. Office hours 8 a. m
6 p. m. , and Wednesday -nd Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
7 w ,
present orders. E II. McKown sells
this coal. Corner Fifteenth street and
First avenue. Phone 115)8
Opening of the season of Sunday
afternoon concerts given by Strasser's
band and orchestra Oct. 6 at the Tur
ner Grand Opera house, Davenport
These concerts will be under the
direction of Ernst Otto. Concert com
mences at 3 o'cl ck. Admission 10
cents. Henry Sindt, manager.
A party of friends Wednesday even
food, and ti- sensible way to solve
the rid lie and cure tbe indigestion is
to make daily ush at meal time of a
safe preparion which i endorsed
bv tbe mrdical profession and known
to contain active digestive principles,
and all thU can tru y be said of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets.
AH druetris's through' ut the Unit
ing surprised Miss Clara Dorcll at her , This will carry the ordinance i.ver : ed States, Canada and Great Britain
home on Seoond street, the occasion
being her birthday. A pleasant time
was bad and tbe guests upon tbeir de
parture left a number of tokens of the
till tho second meeting
Oatlook for Ordlaanoe.
From tbe decidedly gingery manner
of tbe coun- sell them at the uniform price of 60
cents for full treatment
n - Dl o
i9 the place to buy your -
Everything Hew and iresh. We
carry the celebrated GUNTHER'S,
LOWNEY'' ALLEG RETTI'S and
BOSTON I XN
Also a fine line of our own make,
1810 Second avenue. Phone 1050.
Fourth and Brady. Phone 8113.
t I .. . . C a . i J .
occasion, among them bein" silver- o"""1 ui u mwunju
ware presented by Rock Iiland Court , lea we proposition, or more marked
nflfnnnr Nn. .I1. sun. ine aosoiute silence OI
Enamel paint, simple, durable and
heap. Nothing better for tin. iron
or shingles. It will preserve and
protect your roofs from the ele
ments. No dirt, no smell; worm
ryintr. lou take absolutely no
chance under our guarantee. Office,
Lamont & Son Coal company 'Phone
1105. J. A. Stombs. manager-
The climax of absent-mindedness
was reached Dy a snerraro cii'zen
last Sunday evening. He went to
church, taking with him his little
son. The child grew weary and fell
asleep during the progress of the
services. When tbe meeting was
over tho man forgot he had brought
anybody with him to church and be
went home alone He looked high
and low all over the house hoping to
tied some trace of tha child, but finally
concluded that he must have taken
him to church. He went back there
and in the dark, deserted church
found the missing boy sound asleep
in ono of the pews.
Axed Coople Wed.
Perry Baker, of Porter county, In
diana, and Mrs. Miry Peek of South
Moline. were married Wednesday.
.. .. . r . i Kt a. t m m .
a number cr others. It Is impossible toe onaegroom is a r-ureu lariuer,
to forecast what sort of receptijn tho 75 years of age aDd quite wealthy,
new company will receive when its It is his second matrimonial venture.
proposition is put to a vote. Toe fact
that Bills & VTortham, who were hero
before, have signified an intention to
return and renew their -offers, may
influence some of tbe aldermen who
have been working for them in their
treatment of applications from other
A new remedy for biliousness is
now on sale at all drug stores. It is
called Chamberlain's S omach and
Liver Tablets It gives quiet relief
and will prevent tbe attack if given
as soon as the first indication of tbe
diserse appears. Price, 25 cents per
box Samples free.
When yon have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after
eating you may know that you need
a ciose ot tnamteriain's stomach and
Liver Tablets. Sample free at all
he having had one less experience
than the brida of Wednesday, who is
herself a higbly-e-tteemed and
sprightly la4y some tiveyearsyounger
than the bridegroom.
We are willing to publicly testify
for Kid-Ne-Oids. We know that Kid-Ne-Oids
cured our kidneys and be
lieve Kid-Ne-Oids will cure yours.
Mr. E. E. Evman. 314 tlrondway, Lorain. Ohio.
Mrs. E. L. Reeder. . Bank St.. Lorain, 0O".
L P. CotM-y. broker. Anderson, inj.
Solomon Sawver. Jac levin St. Braiil,
R C. Green. Grand Ave. Waukegan,
W. K- Beebe. Ctntralia. III.
Mrs. W. E. Lefevcr. 14 8th St.. fon-du-Lac. Wis.
Sugar-coated tablets. 50c Try them.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggist.
Wor Over rtrry tears
Mrs. Wlnslow'c Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, oures wind collo, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
That Our Fall and
Proof of Werit
In stylish designing-, ser
viceable, up to-date fabrics
and honest workmanship,
Last but not least, we are
selling at surprisingly low
1724 Second Avenue;
The Brownie Camera.
For square pictures 2x2. Makes
six pictures without reloading.
Weight 8 ounces The Brownie
Camera is a compact and perfect lit
tle instrument. It loads in daylight
with a 6-exposure film cartridge, and
can be readily operated by any school
boy or girl.
Price of Camera $1.00
Films. 6 exposures . . 15c
Brownie developing and
Seed's Photographers' Manual giv
en away while they last.
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER, 3Dor...ihS.
We Have Moved
119 Eighteenth street,
Where we have all kinds of
Elcctrict Supplies which we
will sell at lowest prices for
reliable goods. Get our es
timates and learn how inex
pensive Electric Goods are.
W. A. ROBB & CO.
119 Eighteenth Street.