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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER, 23, 1901.
Ml Records Broken IS . GIVEN A CANE irtS RULES ON BAGGAGE SQUIBS OF SPORT
uouuiy 01 cnaracier. i i
Jlajor: We know that you have no lfuL-h Nicol has been enirnged in man.
HEBE ABE YOUR SPECIALS FOB
4 cans Great K. J. corn 28c
6 bars Armour white soap COc
4 lb rice 25c
4 lb. Pearl tapioca 25c
15 lb. pail jelly 37c
1 gal. souer kraut 25c
1 pal. sour pickles 25c
1 doz. boxes parlor matches 10c.
Falcom pancake flour 3 pkg 25c
Pried peaches, 3 lb 25c
Dried apricots, 2 lb . 25c
Table peaches, per can x-Vic
Table pears, per can 10c
Table red cherries, per can 10c
Washing soda, per lb.
Mai. H-C finnnellv RAmeihftred .rlMi or worus of attery or praue; Tu- -ru- Traveler Will U fi of t,,e Rockford team in the Three
J J. TL T.y ::: ":" ,aw do . " care for either; .. ' '"V ' " . leagu
on Birthday by Members
of the Bar.
IS SUEPEISED AT HIS
tation by 13. D. Swee
but we wanted to nay these -words to
you, and we wanted to look in your liv
ing face, when we said thein; in addition
to our words, we desired to do some ud
HOME I ostentatious thing, which would be in I ADOPTED
keeping with your unassuming nature,
and for tins purpose wo have brought
Obliged to Observe Next
league for next season, and has begun
the binning of-players. The first to put'
his name to a contract was John Good
win of East Liverpool, Ohio. Goodwin
played shortstop with the Springfield,
R0ADSI Mass-, team last year, and had a batting
average of ,3-20, besides being1 rated as a
epeedv base runner and eood fielder. He
Congratulatory Address and I'rcscn-1 with us a simple cane, unadorned and un-1 Members of the Western Passenger has been ulaving ball for several years.
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ana nas ueen with the Bristol club in the
Connecticut state league and with Utica
in the New York state league.
mounted with gold, which we present to
you lor uae, not now, for you do not now
require such support, but many years
I hence when old age comes creeping on,
s..,r.!a rn; n n rn-n- and J'ou re Ping down the hiUside of ,... . , ... ....
UL- I . y . I lif wa nmu that vnn will fliul if twoful I i
2c the age of seventy years, Yesterday at- r ltnatu ,! have appeared in the varioua exchanges
1 lb. salmon 10c
I lb. corn starch 5c
1 gal. maple syrup 05c
2 bars ot Scrubine, same as Sa
Sorghum molasses, per gal.
Heinz" dill pickles, per doz
Why pay 50c for baking powder
the bar of the county to the upon for strength and
of twenty-five, and the court of. ?n elusion Major, we wish y
Mouradoulah, Terrible Turk II, will be
the attraction at the Wasrner opera
support. I h ruleg rewntl adopts b th I hoiwe Moline, Christmas evening, when
ou many I .
. v Hester
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ticials, called upon him informally at his ,7 "r" m to the amount of baggage one may carry uer wiioi
home on Second avenue, and tendered V1"0 u' , " , I whilo traveling, and some of them have
him their congratulations. There was no J'V " " uen misiinderstonl
.. 50c attempt at formality but in a few feel-1 ' m . vAnp .. incorrect statements made in respect to
15c I ,nS sentences, by Judge t.est, upon the . . ... , ' them, that for the benefit of the readers
appearance of Mai. ConneUv. who was I
i.. . I ivKrm ivnMa nm Ainiin.
-m i - . . m Ival-ati f-nninKjMV Mr Biimrimi t n nil r. I .
wnen nonon sens x id. ior ioc. iuc ; . " . V 1 . K ' W. .1. Kntrikin next delivered a liannv
pose ct ine visit was ajinounceu, ana ri I . . , . - , ,. v .-'
D. Sweenev, as the oldest member of the ,7 . " V '
bar present, aldrescd the major sub- IV " v J' v""v"-r. "V
stantiallv a follows
G. W. HORTON,
32S Twentieth street. Telephone 1321,
to forfeit $23 to every
m he fails to throw within
15 minutes, llildintr Ardahl and John
Voss are expected to trv contdiudons
with tho big foreigner. Manager Mar-
diras Cliarlson says the Turk will meet
all comers and the challenge bars nobody.
An effort is bring madn to pull off the
match between '"Gripman" Rooney, of
Chicairo, and the Turk in Moline.
"Your brethren of the bar, having
heard that yon had, yesterday, the tweiu
ty-lir.t day of December, passed j'our
Meventieth birthdaj', wlueh puts you in
the three score and ten class, a post
.M-n limii a i a rsrrt ti na v ml ra.
i i i ... ...Iti ,-- I those who know you
pects to rou and see how well you bear 1 .
. j .v -ri-
birth through his career as printer, edi
tor, lawyer nad soldier, having, on ac?
count of his noble work in the latter
Food Chanared to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines
To Be Easy
to select Christmas presents
for men, with this lnautiful
storefull from which to
choose. Younjy men, mitldle
ael men, old men some
thing here for each.
Our salesmen can help you
considerably that's what
they are here for.
1714 Second Avenue.
this new honor.
"At this mile post along your way, we
come not to commiserate you as an old
man, weighted down with years, with
the snows of many winters upon your
head, but on the contrary, we come to
congratulate you in the wealth of your
many blessings, which a kind providence
has bestowed upon you, and which has
permitted you to reach the maturity of
manhood, still in the jxw.sesMon of your
natural t-trenth and vigor, with none
of j-our mental powers abated, happily
situated iu your Mirroundings with home
and comforts under whose roof the blight
of death has never appeared and n,o deep
sorrows have ever furrowed their way
down your cheeks.
'Many men at the seventieth nule post
of life, where 3-au now stand, look back
down a long line of disappointments and
failures, and life thenceforth to them is
only a bitter regret, of things done which
ought not to have been done, and
things omitted from being done, which
ought to have been done; men who havto
authoritive information on the subject
The rules that were adopted by the
individual roads that are members of the
Western Passenger association and which
are effective Jan. 1, VMY2, provide that no
piece of baggage (except foreign emi
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nervine, heen advanoetl to the office of I ' "'V i " ' " " - " ...or.i
maior. In conclusion Mr. Entrikin said: .U' or tJiecked as baggage. i,t Dr. King's ..ew Life Pills expel
I lln.. 1- .. .1 f; CI ir vmn.l , . 111 . 1 , 1 1 i
' .HfTprpnM how msnv other titles "" "' ""J i"'-uin "' I"""" cn.ggeu ooweis
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of riht mav be counted with vour name. "" " " eaii.v out sure:y, curing con-
(' - I irn.nnl , rw. Cull li..l'of a ml I ir 4l.r 1 : 1 T . . . . n 1. .3 1
J.psf .-,l never I ' " i.ixri., nu i'ui'ii. uuiousurna, Blin ucilJill'Ur
I seventy-live pounds on each one-1 fevers, all liver, kidney and bowel
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nnn tKKet. iniy me regular it rou Dies, umv Z5c at liartz & vile
allowance will be checked free on passes, I tieyer'a
whether held by employes or others, un
less expo. weight is covered ty an order It hns endured the storms of imita-
from the proper authority. tion alj c)iiiietition. vet stands like
What Cm : Itntes KuggHirf I the pyramids unsbnken in the ltvc
There is also considerable of a misun- and confidence of the iieonle. Koekv
t , ,
Maj. Connelly. It is, however, the home
life rather than public that must ever be
the true test of good citizenship. ou
have established a model American home
and here today, in such a home, with
lovincr wife and esteemed and dutiful
children vmi have been awnkpned from
a peaceful nap bv your brothers, who dcrtanding among some ieople as to ountin Tea made by Madis.,n M
rome to tell vou that thev have noted wnal nslilutes baggage. Jt consists or ioine Co.. 35c. ..II. Thon
with pleasure, your work of seventy "earing apparel and such jK-rsonal etrects druggi.st.
eventful years. . Pf t,,e PasnKPr n,a.v necessary for
incir louniey, ami mil ik c-ut'CKeu upon
We bring you this common, but strong
hickory stick, without silver or gold or
nament, as emblamatic of your sturdy,
eventful and useful life, and that you
may live to enjoy for many more years
the fruits gathered along the way, the
heartfelt wish of your long time asso
Maj. Connelly made a feeling and filling
There are few men who do not appreoi
iite a nice pipe, good tobacco or a tine ci
topped the hill of life, and go down the Kr. iou will find as line a line as tfcere
other sid3 stung with uch thoughts is in town at the Arcade cigar store,
t-1 : i.t .1 v. I HiirtMr I Ihiiko I J t i4k .
1 aiiK 11 III: 1 l n ii r m??oiii a n imuitu i u ur i r
pitioa. Hut tiirrc are no tmcn uays oi yor your Christmas dinner buy a
regret lor you. l or iorty yeus, &na bottle of Ilaut Saunternes Maderia
more, of your life, lias been an open dook Tokav. Muscatel or Khine wine at .
among jour brethren, known and read hr, jjtt's.Third avenue and Eighteenth I t-ary articles, such as pillows, robes,
the presentation of tho proier trans
portation when inclosed in receptacles
which will insure safe transportation.
such as trunks, valises, telescopes,
satchels, leather hat lo.es, medium
sized boxes (containing ersonal effects
and provided wi.h suitable handles),
sailor or emigrant bags. The following
articles mav be checked and included in
the weight ot the passenger's baggage:
Tool chests, miner's packs, steamer
chairs, invalid chairs, guns in cases, sad
dles in bags, baggage in bundles when
properly wrapped in canvas or other
strong 'material (paper wrappers and
pasteboard boxes of all kinds excepted)
iind securely roped, camp ejuippage, golf,
cricket, baseball or other paraphernalia
in closed receptacles.
P.abv earringes, go-carts and baby
bleighs, when containing only the neces-
by all, on which there has never been
blor.'ktain or blur to cause tho Hush of
idiame to come to vour cheek, nor a re-
ETet to lodire itelf in vour heart. Tt is
said that honesty, frugality and indus
try are the hand maids to fortune; with
these graces you have walked all your
It is now time to consider
where to get your CHRIST
MAS CANDIES and where to
get the best, purest, and most
wholesome and at what place
which certainly is at Math's.
He has the most complete
line in the three cities; all the
leading and most prominent
brands are represented at his
place. We have a special line
as low as lc in one hundred
lots. Our bakery line is com-
plete with Christmas Bakings
such as Honey Cakes, four
Hamberger Kund Sticks is a
German Koll but mighty
good eating for the Ameri-
Try them aE
street. Open evenings,
The Postal Telegraph Coble Com
pany will furnish prompt and careful
delivery of all parcels, Xew Year's
cards, invitations, announcements,
.tc, during the holiday season.
Tom Carey lost the ends of both his
As a citizen you have lived an upright I index fingers in a punching machine at
and honorable life, discharging all of I which he is employed at Rock Island ar-
your oblgations, true to every duty in seiul Saturday afternoon. About half
your pathway; m addition to tins you an inch of each finger was taken off.
have added the record of a gallant sol
dier, and are entitled to the honorable
designation as a veteran of. the civil war.
Uon Fart lawyer.
"As a lawyer you have done your part,
always fair and reasonable with your
brethren. It is true vou have never
sought the sensational, nor the extremes
iu litigation. Your clientage has licen
Graham's dancing school. Terms for
gentlemen $3.00, ladies $2.00. luis pays
for lessons until v-ou are able to dance
in society. Gents class Tuesday and
blankets, may be checked subject to the
same charge as for ,00 iKiunds of excess
basrsaire. Xo charge less than 25 cents.
This charge is separate from and has no
connection with the charge for excess
Uicycles and tricycles may bo checked
subiect to the same chance as for 50
pounds of excess baggage, except that
they nuiy be checked free in states where
the law requires they lie checked as part
of the baggage allowance. In such
stales, however, bicycles and tricycles
cheeked from a point in one state to a
point in another state must be collected
i.vi,iv .vr,;. 1-,.lu.4 n,r,i, upon, l-or sucii articles in excess or ou
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jflnn. (r,m o i; Itmwonir'j lmll I pounds, ac tual weirai mm m- tiiaijjrru.
Third and Gaines streets. Davenport. "r,? lUau one bicycle or incycie
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I will Lc -necKeu lur any uuc iiitaai-nri.
Lapt. B. eert, in charge ot the L(n cvclonieters and tool bags must
be removed before such articles arc ac-
from the conservative classes and those local division of the Salvation Army, re
who have known you best have employ- ports that the public is giving generous
d you most. The proverb is as old as aid to tne dinner inai me army is 10
Solomon: 'The race is not tho swift, serve for the poor of the city Christmas
nor the battle to tho strong. day. However, there is much yet needed
'This Dhase of character of helpfulness " the way of edibles, and also of cloth-
(o others recommends its possessor to tne latter to ba distributed among an(1 livc ani,,, used in producing the
his fellows. The ifood book says that if those most needing it who are present atrjt.,i performanoes. concerts, lecture
vou want friends, show your-ell friendly; mo ainner. inose nating miuirs oi or 0tuer j,uo
but it is true that we often forget, that food or clothing to donate are asked to 8tnjJC of a ha
notify Capt. Neuert, whose residence is JK)rtt.il in ba"
at 1J09 ccond avenue.
cented for checking. Automobiles will
not be carried in baggage cars on regu
Wearing apparel, stage properties, gas
cylinders, musical instruments, scenery
for either lady or gentleman
is an order on
for a dozen of our superb
J - y
other public entertainment upon the .
ge of a hall or theatre may Iks trans- OITie II
ported in baggage cars, subject to linula-
Slxklller'a Arm a Deadly Weapon.
"Another man has been killed by a
blow of the fist, which suggests tho
thought that at times the naked fist of
a man, given proper Impetus by a well
developed bleeps, is an exceedingly
dangerous and destructive Instrument."
said a man who for many yvars lived
The Old Reliable Tarty Supply House,
2716 and 1718 Second avenne.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers oi
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
.Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing' of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
111-323 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
Third Avenue through to Second,
Hock Island. Entrances on both ave
We arc specially prepared for the
last day. In all Christmas depart
ments we have gone through the
stock and CUT PKICKS on Christmas
things which for various reasons
must be losed out. WK CARRY '0
CHRISTMAS STOCK OVER. This ac
tion has brought out a great IX)T OF Ian act declaring that 'John Six killer's
BARGAIN'S which we feel confident
the buying public of the tri-cities
will appreciate und respond as
promptly as they always do to our
announcements. The unprecedented
success and the enormous sales or KnV in a solid lumo. It Is coin
this Christmas season demonstrates I nosed of Innumerable small items. The
anew that there is no place like
ar rlnlfi In 4hn ChannlrAA Vnflnn
t Ho r ii i chain anu tag, snowiner ine name mm u
a b a v. v a uiv va uioiui j aw v m a,a4u i '
Indian Terrltorv." he continued. "Not dress oi me owner, wnrn urn.,-..
tion in aggregate weight or quantity.
In all cases where animals are trans
ported on barcraee ears, release or live
fetock contract must lie executed, subject
to the uual rules and regulations gov
erning the carriage or livc stock, and
such release or contract must le signed
at tho original contracting point to pro
tect all lines in interest.
PnmllM In RK-n- Car.
Dogs in crates or provided with collar, We carry a fine line of
We will give you an emboss
ed order and your friend will
be pleased with the gift and
the novelty of it.
far from the Arkansas line there lived
half bred who went by the name of
John Slxklller. He was a bad man.
but not bad In tho ordinary southwest
ern way that Is to say. he was not a
gun fighter, although be enjoyed a
general mixup immensely, and until
the Cherokee council Intervened be In
dulged in many such affrays.
"After three men whom he had 'laid
out' bad died of their Injuries the coun
cil (tribal legislature) met and passed
right arm Is a deadly weapon' and that
'be Is forbidden to use It against an ad
versary except to protect himself from
death or great bodily Injury.' "
by a caretaker, will be transported in
bacgaga ears at ...e owner's risk only,
subject to the local regulations regarding
the charge for service. ot more tnan
two H.tr will be earned for any one
passenger, whether crated or not. Dogs
and other animals belonging to theatri
cal companies will be carried according I
to the instructions governing the trans
portation of theatrical property. Dogs
for bench shows will not le transported
in baggage .cars"; owners thereof are re
ferred to the express companies.
"Worth its weight in gold," say suf
ferers from catarrh, of Ely's Cream
Halm. A trial size costs 10 cents.
Full Size 50 cents. Sold by druggists
or mailed bv Elv Bros.. 5 AVarren
The Blakslee Studio
i822 Third Ave. Telephone 4533.
Ileelpea For Happiness
Happiness is not to be procured like street, New York
Albert Lea, Minn., March 21, 1901
L. S. McCabe & Co..
Messrs. Elv Bros.: I suffered from
a severe cold in the head, ond was
about dead from want of tdeep. I
used your Cream Balm and woke up
with a clear hend and cold almost
.. . , it .i .ii
gone. 1 would not take nve uonara
for mv bottle of Cream Halm it 1
recipes for Its acquisition are simple.
and therefore we ignore them. Love
In marriage, fidelity In friendship, af
fection between parent and children,
courtesy In Intercourse, devotion to
duty and perfect sincerity In every re
lation of life those are the Ingredients could not get another,
of a happy life. Iu the quest for bap- 1 s. K. LAXSDAijE.
plness one could not do better than put
Into practice the precepts of the great Beautifying methods that injure
Persian: "rating tne nrst step wim ue hkin'aiul health are dangerous
n the good thought, the second step with He. beautiful without discomfort by
Rocky Mountain Tea.' Sun-
v laces loilow its .use. Joe. x.
Sarah Grand. . . n. Thomas, druireist.
Geimlna Stamwa C C C Kever sold la bulk. e good word and the third step with tnkin
Bewtre of the dealer who tries to sea tho Sood deed 1 entered paradise. shiny
"something just es good." .
For Christmas gifts there is noth
ing butter than a Imjx of candy
from COIN'S PALACE OF
SWEETS. Home made choco
lates. Every piece guaranteed.
Beautiful boxes of all sizes suita
ble to prices, from "5 cents to $4
We carry LowneyVs, Gunther's,
Ambrosia, Allcgrctti's and many
Don't buy inferior confection
ery when we sell you that which
is gomi aim iresn, ana charge
you no more. iail and inspect
Coin's Palace of Sweets
1810 Second Avenue, Phone 1030 Rock Is
land. Fourth and Brady. Phone 8113
radical Presents far the Holidays.
See our line of up-to-date Shoes and Slippers
Before making your selection of Holiday presents. For men
we have slippers of all descriptions in black, tan and wine
65 cents to $1.50.
For women the always popular Fur trimmed Romeo in Black
Blue and Bed, are the most appropriate also the Juliet a very
soft and flexible felt slipper with a light leather sole, other
slippers with leather or felt soles
From 50 cents to $1.25.
CENTRAL SHOE STOBE.
1712 SECOND AVENUE.
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Eastman Film Kodaks
FOK CIIKIST.UA Special Holiday Prices
jVo. 1 Pocket Kodak, size of picture,
2V4x34 inch. Reduced f rom . $10 to
No. 2 Folding Pocket Kodak, square
picture :iy3x3's inch, from $15 to $12.
No. 3 Folding Poeket Kodak, size of
picture, 314x414, from $17.50 to $14.
No. 4 Cartridge Kodak, size 4x5 with
combination film and plate ' holder,
complete, from $27.50 to $22.
No. 2 Bullet Kodak, plates and
films, size 314x314 inch, from $10 to
Panorama Kodak, size 2iix7 inch pic
ture, from $10 to $3.
Brownie Kodaks, $1 outfits, 75c.
Silk down photo cloth, for fancy pil
lows, 50c per pkg.
. HARTZ & ULLEMEYEE,
Cor. avenue and 20ih street.
Vou'll foe Happy.
If 3-ou want to be as happy as possi
ble at this season of the year you must
have money with which to provide
some of that happiness. Of course,
all happiness doesn't depend on
money, but money helps a great deal
and we would like to provide the cash
which will insure you mental satisfac
tion. We will advance it to you on
your furniture, piano, fixtures, horses,
wagons, livestock or other personal
property which you retain in your
own possession. It will be a confi
dential transaction and you can see
the advantage of getting money just
as soon as you find that you will
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38. Office hours 8. a. m. to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. Tel. 1514.
j ULLEMEYER I STERLING,
I Op n Evenings Until Xma.
iThe Time ,s Groavridsw!horterThe New Clothiers1
H VE A SOLID ASSORTMENT OF
. . Gifts . .
HANDKERCHIEFS .5c to $1.00
NECKWEAR ' 15c to 1.00
CAPS 19c to 1.50
CHRISTMAS SHIRTS 48e to 1.50
MUFFLERS 25c to 2.25
TRAVELING BAGS. 50c to 6.00
UMBRELLAS 48c to 5.00
BOYS' REEFERS $1.98 to 5.85
1729 Second Ave.
MAKE A DATE
when in need of electrical supplies
We have the best batteries, bells,
push buttons, switches, lamps, shades,
chandaliers, etc., and will be pleased,
to give you estimates for wiring and
installation of any electrical appa
ratus. Let us color your lamps for holi
W. A. ROBB & CO.
119 Eighteenth Street.