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THE AUGTTS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1902. v
Rain, turningj to snow to
night; possibly snow Friday;
Colder, winds shifting to
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 37;
at 8:30 p. m., 40.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
For insurance, E. J. Hums.
15uy a home of Iicidy Uros.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Tmvcl Supply cominny.
Morning light. I'nion made cigar.
Men's "Touch-downs" at Dolly
Plenty of fresh fish at IIesst Uros.
Sauerkraut -0 cents per gallon at
Dr. H. CJ. Trent, dentist, 1721 Sec
Choice potatoes 05 eeuts a bushel
at K. J. Apple's.
P.uy your liquors for table or me
dieinal use s-.t Simon Lewis. -
The choicest whiskies, wines and
brandies at Simon Lewis.
A new son has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Dennett, Sr.
Spring novelties in ladies' shirt
waists at Lambert's. Each pattern
All the very latest stales in soft
and stiff. hats. Don't buy until you
see what we otTer. The London.
The parage committee on (J. A. II.
encampment arrangements met at
the ollice of Sh-riiT Crallc this after
noon. The molding department of the
Dock Island Stove works will resume
work tomorrow morning, after a
shut down f a few days.
We want to cut loose Saturday. We
will sell your choice of any winter
ov.Tcoat in the house for .in. This
is the greatest uvcrcnt opportunity
vou ever had. Tnc London.
The ladies -of the I nile l Presbyter
ian church will serve hiiich Friday
ccn;ng from C to s o'clock at the
home of Mrs. MrXary, b!lJ Fourth a'
time, for 1." cents.
AI Iloirers has taken a position as
traveling salesman in Illinois for the
Simon Iewis wholesale liquor cstab
lishment. lie enters upon his duties
Walter l'it.sinimons was arrested
last nirrlit on complaint of. his wife,
who alleged non-support. Today lie
was bound over to the circuit court
in the sum of IW.
The -nin.:;i! meeting of the Wo
man's Foreign Missionary society if
Ihe P.roadway church will t ' It-1 I at
the resilience of Mrs. Charles A. Hose
Last call, last chance. We will sell
Saturday, March 1. your choice of
any winter overcoat or ulster in the
store for $!. none reserved, worth
up to Sizes .'it. .".."i and :;'. Von
know us. "I he JvhhIoh.
The h'lrhcr say: "Take your own
hat." Lloyd says, "Leave your old
hat and take a new one." Knox.
Stetson, llawcv, f.ongley and Pan
tonris. spring styles, now ready at
Hess Jlros. will have plenty of fie.-h
fish tomorrow. They w;!l have cat
fish, trout, smelts? whiii iish. haM-iif,
buffalo, cod fisli. black bass and her
rimrs. "Phone rders will receive
None before Saturday, none after
Saturday, livery t hing goes in winter
overcoats. We don't want -m. we
must unload. Vour choice of any
oviTi-iiat in the house for f to. None
held back. We want the money. $?0
and $2r, coats for $IO. The London.
Mrs. I)ona C Ruby has Jcgtiii di
vorce proceedings :igaii:st her hus
band. K. D. Iluby. alleging crucify and
infidelity. In the bill it is charged
that the latter bought acid to throw
in his wife's face and carried a revol
ver with which he threatened to take
During 20 years the Dock Island
Mutual Building. Loan and Savings
association lias earned for its sav
ings depositors never less than eight
per cent per annum. All funds in
vested at home. Send for prospectus
or call at office, Mitchell & Lynde
A "tleorge and Martina Washington
reception to W. II. Ijongfellow and
children" was given at the Kemble
school vesferdav afternoon for the
under GERMAN LAWS,
I Vr is Excellent for .
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V W i linvilka
Faceache, Rheumatism, etc,
OS. RICHTF.R'S World-Renowned
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mm EXPELLER. I
' One weli-kpownpetaon'alettertmt of many;
Hi' Cr RichfertfANCHOR PAIN
II. CArLLLLrt ' O "tr y wva 1 '
K house medicine for Tooth I
ache. Rheumatism and
Lj Neuralgic psins,
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I 7Sf ud soc. .t ail drureU ur tbrouzb
l, V.i.i.nichUrtCatl9 PetrIBL,S:w io
lebruary exercises of the first and
second grade pupils. The costumes
afforded a contrast between colonial
anil more recent times. -
Detter than banking your money.
Overcoats worth $1S to ZZ all go for
10. We need the room for spring
goiKitf. Styles are the same as they
wiM be next year. Plenty of sizet,
34, ZTt and 06, none before Saturdaj.
You know when we make an asser
tion it's the truth. The Ixmdon.
St. Joseph's branch Xo. is. Western
Catholie Union, will give a St. Pat
ricks ball at Industrial hall on the
evening of Monday, March 17. The
committee of arrangements is eoin
xsed of T. F. LaVelle. C. I J. Wheelan,
C. J. Larkin. J. T. Shields, Frank
Meeuan and J. W. Cavanaugh.
There" will be a public meeting of
the" Mississippi Valley Caledonian
club held in the Industrial Home
building. Hock Island, Sunday, March
2, nt 2:r:0 p. m., for the purpose of ex
tending the usefulness of the society.
All Scotchmen are cordially invited to
attend. Hubert Kerr, Secretary.
The remains of Kichard Dwyer. who
died of typhoid fever, are still being
held awaiting the arrival of relatives
who started here from Madison, Wis.,
according1 to a telegram received
Mond jy from the chief of jxlice of
that citj-. Another telegram will be
sent to ascertain what the trouble is
Seven pairs have playecl off the first
games in the series of handball con
tests at the Y. M. C. A. Welch won
from Cleaveland. lluntoon from First,
Darby from McKee. Kent from Col
lins, Flliott from P.rown and , Gal
lagher from Trent. The remainder
of the series will be played off be
tween the seven winners Saturday
The .Tolly Thirteen Cinch club was
entertained last evening at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. X. Kothwell, 1514
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. The head
prizes were won by .lames Simser
and Mrs. Helena Samuelson. and the
consolations by Kdward Godfrey and
Mrs. George Simpson. Uef reshments
were served and'a delightful evening
sjH-nt by all.
Monroe Pennington, manager of
Frank Travis, who is matched to meet
"Susky" How man. the Iowa colored
heavyweight champion at Turner hall
as a preliminary to the Kelly-IIcrrick
go March 5. announces that an in
jury to one of his arms will probably
put Travis out of the running. Man
ager Pennington states, however, that
his man .will be on deck if he is able.
Judge L. Y. Sherman, of Macomb.
who is to be one of the speakers at
the banquet of the Plow City club at
Molinc this evening. ?s holding an im
promptu reception at the Harper
ouse this afternoon between 4 and
." o'clock to meet those in sympathy
with him in his tight against the state
machine. Jim McGarvev and Hilf
Daker played on the outer edges.
The popcorn stand on Fast Keven-
ctnlh street that has Ik-cii run in
lefiance of the whole city administra
tion was closed today, either through
the voluntary act f -Ihe owner or on
account of the weather. A placard
announced that it was for sale. There
5s no assurance; however, that it will
not blossom out again when the sky
A policeman was summoned to
Thirty-eighth street this morning to
put out. of misery a dog that had been
run over by a street cur. The officer
stoofl live feet away and took long
aim at Ihe suffering canine, but miss
ed liim a mile, as one of the onlook
ers put it, and. becoming so rattled
over the guying he received on his
marksmanship, found it necessary to
use a club in causing death.
Hob Wright, of Wichita. Kas.. head
man for Trainer J. I J. Chandler, is
here to begin work at the Davenport
Mile track, and Mr. Chandler will fol
hiw when the spring is farther ad
vanced. Sam Johnson has taken up
his abode at the track with a string
of seven horses, and the indications
are that the season will be a lively
one. There are a number of very
promising green colts at the track.
ON P0NTIAC SCANDAL
The board of managers of the Illi
nois state reformatory, owing to the
absence of two of its members, could
not report as to the findings in the
Marshall scandal case ami continued
their meeting until Wednesday, March
5. As the board failed to meet yes
terday it is the general opinion of
the citizens that the board does not
agree as to the result of the findings.
Dr. Marshall when seen last evening
would say nothing further thnn that
he was still physician at the institution.
rMln( of the CaMe Car.
A few years ago the cable system
of street ear propulsion was consid
ered decidedly the liest, but since the
invention of the trolley system the
cable is being" rapidly replaced, and
many exierts now claim that com
pressed air will eventually be the
street car power of the future. In
all lines of industry we see improve
ments being made, Imt in medicine
there is one remedy that is impossi
ble to improve upon, and that is Hos
tetter's Stomach Hitters. It will not
fail to cure dyspepsia, indigestion,
sour stomach, constipation, liver and
kidney troubles, or malaria, fever
and ague. Take it. at the first symp
tom of any of these diseases and it
will give prompt relief. He sure to
get the genuine.
BIGGER THE' MODERNJSTOVE. POLISH LIQUID-
same BnIIiant.aeaaEa5i!yAppiiedLAt)soluteiyOdor1ess: yet
J F. Robinson, President. L. D. Mudgk, Vice President. H. E. Castkei Cashier.
CEHTRAL TRUST and
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated Uuder State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Fcur Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
. Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
which, 13 kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company.
VNe act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Aumimsrator, guardian
and conservator of estates. ,
Eeceiver and assignee of insolvcn estates. General financial agent for
non-residents women, invalids and others.
fllorli Class Seeds.
As our leading business has been to supply the most critical market
gardeners for nearly half a century with seeds of the best kinds and
quality obtainable, recommends ourselves to those who have not yet
had any dealings with us. Our aim is constantly at quality and
we consider price entirely secondary, as the CliOl DEPENDS ON
THE SEED. Poor seeds at any price are the dearest when you
come to haryest the crop.
Market gardeners are invited to send us their names and we
will send a catalogue free. Your order will have careful attention
and will be tilled strictly according to order.
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Secund Street.
Don't Buy paper
Until you have seen our line. Burlaps, Crepes,
Oriental Tapestries, Ingrains, Varnished Tiles. All
the latest effects in Wall Papers.
Paridor & Son,
419 Seventeenth Street.
J. S. BATTLES TO OPEN
SHOE ST0EE ON FOURTH
.1. S. Matties left today for Chicago
to purchase a stock of shoes for the
store he is soon to open in the Mauck
er building. Seventeenth street and
Fourth avenue. Mr. Ilattles was rear
ed in Hock Island anil has for years
In'en engaged in the business, mostly
as traveling salesman, in which he is
to embark here. His aim is to carry
a complete stock in sill lines of good
footwear. His popularity and hust
ling qualities assure success for bin
ISacktiMtn' (ilHim Hlnwrn Are Attracting
li.-iclvinan's (il.-iss JSIovvcrs had
large crowds yesterday afternoon
and evening. Everyone is delighted
with this artistic and educationar ex
hibition. The ladies admire the beau
tiful glass dresses while the men find
a study in the workings of the glass
steam engine. Every visitor received
a sjH'cimen of their work free, many
of which were handsome. The glass
engraver. is also a feature, and he has
some lM-autiful sjH'cunens of his skill.
Saturday will be their last day, and
no one should miss seeing this exhi
bition, as it is certainly a meritorious
They are located opposite the Illi
nois t heat re.
Saturday afternoon three hundred
glass ships will le given to the chil
drcu and each child will receive a
copy of Mr. Hackman's latest work,
"Origin and History of Glass."
There are many so-called Choc
olates on the market, but they
are in most instances adulter
ated and doctored for money
making purposes. There is on
ly one 1
Guaranteed absolutely pure,
and allowed unstamped under
the pure food law. The
Will be demonstrated at our
store all this week, and you arc
invited to call and try it.
1620 Second Ave.
Have You Seen
Knox, Stetson, Longley,
Hawes Spring Styles
IK XK LAUXDplI IT. re
sides doing the best work we
pay a great deal of attention
to the life of the linen. Our
soaps, our machinery, our
mctli'Mls, are designed to do
the very finest work with the
least possible wear to the gar
ment. If you are not a customer,
call up Uy'l and let us call
for a trial package. WE'LL
Cor. Twelfth Street and
A Jf3 hfj Jest j
is the title of the new
It is a truly handsome, meritorious garment. It is
made waterproof and would require pressure to
force the water through the fabric, yet it does not
carry that rain-coatish look. It does the work of
a rain coat, but is dressy looking, for it is soft and
pliable and possesses that comfortable at-home
touch an overcoat should have. It is skeleton lined,
made with silk yoke and satin sleeve linings has
broad military shoulders and fits as though made
We are showing this popular new spring gar
ment in three styles, in neat, plain, genteel pat
terns, and we believe it is just the garment you
are looking for.
S15o00 to SS8.00