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TUB AltGTJS, MAY 10, 1902.
NEAT SUM IS RAISED
NEW WHITE PLANT
-t- WW Tl VI la EK .
5 till (L
Which ffirl under 11 years
of ae "will cut out the
greatest number of our ads
before June 1, and so -win
the 15 tick's Junior range,
WE DO KNOW
that "we are winning a hig
trade hy yelling only goods
of lasting merit.
Setter goods a.t equal
prices cquaPgoods at lower
J. - a J
Of covirse yovi've seen the prize on dis-
2 Work hard, girls. Save each
play at our store. Isn't it a beauty?
ak. nd every "ad.
ever shown in
PRICES RIGHT TOO.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Annual Memorial Exercises Held
at Chippiannock by
Court of Honor.
REV. SmiEY DELIVERS AN ADDRESS
"The Contest of I.,ilV Ilia Subject,
Ik-iiclit of Fraternities Ue
.Members of Koek lslmul, I'.Iack
Hawk ami Silvan Courts if Honor
.veter:lay miitetl iti .services in mem
ory of the decea.-.ed i:n.mlers of tlie
three lores'. Those at teiulin-j eon-
frie-atetl at 0I1 Fellows hall at 3
o'eloek air.l took cars for C'hippian-
IJKV. T. J. SIU HY.
io-k eenietery, where the departed
inetidiers buried and where the
services preeedm the decorating: of
the-"raves were hcl:l.
'J'ho ojK-niiiif number was a smij by
a tpiartet eoniposeil of Mr. and .Mrs.
". F. F.ra lley. Miss Karr and Mr.
raves. .Mrs. Anna M. ( 'amp. as ehan-
lain, then offered prayer and C. ('.
Nirseh. as master of ceremonies, in
troduced Kcv. T. d. Slmey, pastor of
t lie Memorial Christian church, who
spoke upon "The Contest of Life."
Mutnnl Sjmpxthf No-ei4HMrjr.
IJev. Shney told of the natural re
sistances that man encounters in life
and of the necessitv of mutual svin-
patliv ami support to nnl in ocM
cominir tlicm. In America, lie said.
this mutual helpfulness is seen in the
highest decree, and therefore it is
that mutual societies here thrive as
in no other part of tin- worl.l. 1 lie
need of fraternal assistance, it was
pointed out, is becoming more and
more slroii'Mv felt in all ilepartments
f human endeavor. The effect "
fraternal organization was aptly illus-
trateil with a reference to the man
ner in which tourists, in climbing'
the mountains, band themselves to
gether with heay ropes in order that
the combined strength of the com
pany shall prcw-nt the individual,
when he makes a chance misstep.
from being precipitated into eter
nity. t'loU'em fortirttve.
Kcv. Shuey. upon rtpiest of Mr.
Kirsch, offered the closing praver,
and Mrs. Camp pronounced the benc
liction. Then the graves were deco
rated, beautiful wreatnes . lieing
placed upon the graves of the follow -imr:
(ieorye Stoeker. M. .1. lliirtrins.
Mrs. SaraU Snyder, C. .1. V. Sehreiii-
er, .Mrs. .M . A. Miller, llarrv l). lur-
ken. .Idin I!ol:nger, A. .1. Sloy. .Mrs.
M. Kinfeldt. Ceorire M. Ctdburn,
Mrs. .Mary K. KIdridge, Frank l Had
sell, I nomas ianson.
Public Donates $1,023.20 Toward
ImproTcmcnt or Ceme
The amount donated by tlie public
to the Cemetery IJoad ansoeiation Sat
urdav was $l,(li.."0 a (food starter
for the fund the ladies have set out
to raise to improve Twelfth street
south of Eighteenth avenue.
Thejargest collection S'-M'I.CG was
received fr6m the JJoek Island Club
stand; the second largest, $:.():?. 15, at
the stand at the corner of Jl'wenty
third street and Fifth avenue: third
$s(i.57 at Elm street and Fifth
avenue, and fourth, $TS, at the liar
per house. Tlie amounts taken in at
the other stands were as follows
$::.S7, $.-.7.i.", $4..!!, $:-"..5(, $17.95
H.I, $7(t.7S, $'..S7. $13. $"0.05. ?59.o;
I'Iclges were made when the piojcc
was tirst suggested that will swell the
fund to twice its present size, lint
the ladies do not propose to stop at
that. They have other plans by which
they hope to 'attain their object
.lust now thev are discussing a big en
tertainnient to be given in due time
Owners of property contiguous "to
Twelfth street will also be exacted
to aid in defraying the exK-nse of the
improvement. A nice sum should be
forthcoming from this epiarter, as
pavement of Twelfth would be of
great value to property adjacent to it
William Sage, of Omaha, is visiting
in the city. 3 ' fil
E. .1. Delano was down from I'ort
States Attorney U. A. Welti was in
C. E. Cole, of I'ort llyron, was
Sunday visitor in the city.
Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Iiuller, of l'ueblo,
Colo., were city visitors yesterday. '
Otto C. llerkert is here from Sa
vaiiua to remain inn ing l lie cneamp
Miss Irene Uoseiilield arrived hoiiu
Saturday evening alter a -soiourn in
,1. T, Stafford has returned aft.T a
vernl weeks business trip in the
Mrs. .1. V. P.lodgett,' of OVion, and
.Miss Tessa Meadows, 'of Abingdon
ire in the city today.
Mrs. Webster Hakes, of Peoria, who
has been xisiting Mr. and Mrs. II
Crnmpton, returned home today.
Dr. II. K. UeynohU and Mrs. A
Kcvnolds, of Clinton, spent the day
with Mr. anil Mrs. It. II. Kcvnolds.
If. S. Cable, superintendent o( lines
west of the Missouri river for Hit'
Koek Island, was in the city over
Sunday. . -j?- .
Miss M. Chey, who has been visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. E. Anderson, UlUO
Fourth avenue, left for (ieneseo this
Dr. . . Craig, dr., has returnei
to the city after a trip of live months
through th south ami west, incident-
il to which he assisted in important
hospital work in San Francisco.
Mrs. Thomas Vanllecke left this af
ternoon for a two months' visit to
Antwerp, licdgiuni. to renew acquaint
ance with friends and relatives whom
she has not seen in years.
.Tames Estes died of dropsy at
clock lliis morning at the home
his daughter, Mrs. Louis Schnnb. 12'.'
Second avenue. He ha 1 been ailing
ince injured five years ago by being
run down lv a Dievcle ruler. Mr,
Esies was born in Mount Comfort,
1ml.. in lss. and had resided in this
t-itv and in Mobile fwr upward of fifty
years. The surviving- family consists
f the widow, one son. Frank, and
three daughters, Mrs. Schaab and
Misses Ella and Ocrtrude Estes. The
funeral was held from the resilience
at o clock this afternoon with in
terment at Uiverside, Moline.
Want a Other to Know.
'I have used I )e Witt's Little Early
Uisers for constipation n ml torpid
iver and they are all right. I am
dad to indorse them for I think
.vhen we find a good thing we ought
o let others know it," writes Alfred
llein.e, Quiney, III. They never gripe
r distress. Sure, safe pills. All
lleware of substitutes offered by
msernpulons dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and lianner Salve. Dishonest
lealers for a little extra prolit will
try to palm off worthless prepara-
ions in pla.ee of these valuable mcil-
eines that nave stood me tesi or
ears, and thus jeopardize the lives
f their victims. For sale by all
Makes p-eople prick up their cars,
nakes fieople strenuous, puts one on
iptoe of eiectation. That's what
iockv Mountain Tea will do. 05e.
II. Thomas pharmacy.
Educate Tom Bowel With Caacarcta.
Candy Cntharttc. cure constloatlon forerar.
13, ?5o. IX C.C.C. tail, OruggUureXttiid money.
NEW MEMBERS ADMITTED
TO PROMINENT LAW FIRM
I he law li rm heretofore known as
Jackson Hurst will be styled .lack
son. Hurst A- Stafford hereafter, tht
change involving the admission to
partnership of .1. T. Stafford ami 1
II. Stafford, two of the most promi
nent as well as most promising of the
younger members of the Koek Island
county bar. P.oth received their
practical training in the profession to
which they have devoted tliemselvcs
in the office of the tirm with which
they are henceforth to be xident iticd
in addition to taking the proper
course of study in the best law
schools in the country. John T. Staf
ford has been a practitioner for a
number of years in Chicago as well
as Koek Island, and a year ago com
pleted a four years'.' term as oIiee
magistrate. E. II.' Stafford has re
cently been admitted to the bar. lioth
are to he congratulated on the ad
vantage of Vicing connected with one
of the most eminent and most
successful law firms in this section of
For th' accommodation of Jackson.
Hurst & Stafford t4ic offices which
have for many years been occupied by
the old firm in Masonic temple are
being rearranged and enlarged, and
when the improvements now in pro
gress are completed will embrace a
handsome and conveniently arranged
suite of seven rooms.
We Will Send the Vitltia of One I llr and
(1.101 in booklet by mail for ten
cents (cash or stamps.) containing
twenty-seven pen and ink phott-re-
dueed sketches of Washington life.
Jueen Victoria knighted Sir John
Tennicl for similar arlistie work in
London. (Your editor has sample of
NUTSHELL PUBLISH IXC. CO..
105'J Third Ave., New York.'
A LMin In Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impuri
ties from the blood, ami unless they
lo this good health is impossible.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kid
neys, and will positively cure all
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
It strengthens-the whole system. For
sale by all druggists.
Contract Let for "ihree-Story
Buggy Manufactory on
IS TO COST. ABOUT $12,000
Standard Oil Cloth Company Ar
ranges for Grading of
A contract was let Saturday by the
(Jeorge White Ituggy company for the
erection of a new 3-slory building
that will be put up on the southwest
corner of Fourth avenue. and Twenty
fifth street this summer.
Collins Brothers were the successful
bidders and the contract price is ap
proximately $12,000. The main build
ing will be 100 by 120 feet in ground
dimensions and the material used will
In addition to this there will be sev
eral frame outbuildings erected.
Work is to begin as soon as ma
terial can be gotten upon the ground.
HuhIiipkm From the .Start.
The Standard Table Oil Cloth coin-1
pany. which has purchased a site in
the west part of the city for the eree
tiou 'of a branch factory, as told in
Saturday's Argfts, has let the con
tract for the grading to Wallace
Treiehler, the city engineer, work to
begin June J. Plans for the buildings
are now being prepared.
REV. WILLIAMS TALKS
TO WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
Kcv II. Ji. Williams conducted
special patriotic service for the Wo
man's Kclief corps of John liuford
4 .v. , ; - ' '-v
I - .v - ' -
..- . ;.v - - - -
KEY. K. Ii. WILLIAMS.
jiost. tirairl Army of the Kepubiic, at
the First Methodist churili last even
ing that was largely attentled. The
church had been neatly decorated for
the occasion with the national colors.
Kcv. Williams' remarks were large
ly devoted to a review of the great
charitable work 1 hat has been per
formed by the corps among the fain
Mies of veterans, having expended, in
this manner. $2..no.OOO since its or
ganization. In Illinois last year the
coVps spent $H,0(Hl in relief. There
are ll.ouO members in this stale.
MRS. GILLAPP ASKS $5,000
FOR HUSBAND'S AFFECTIONS
A suit for $.". MIO damages for alien
ition of affections has been brought
by Mrs. Lvdia Oillapp. wife of James
illapp, against Mrs. Myra Amanda
Smith, otherwise known as Skinner,
with whom the husband of the plain
tiff has been living. Cillapp and Mrs
Smith are now under indictment for
adultery. Ludolpli iV Kcvnolds are
Mrs. (iillapp's attorneys.
EIGHT-YEAR BOY TAKES
FATAL PLUNGE AT GENESE0
Kichard Clark, aged S. years, was
drowned in (ieneseo creek, at (ien
eseo. late Saturday afternoon, lie
anil a companion wire bathing. Tlie
body, was recovered two miles below
where the boy perished.
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
Heeds Land ins
L.a Crosse .'
t'i aino tiu Cluen ..
Ies Moines Rapids.
8 it m.
A REFUND OF YOUR MONEY
t th lllir CmhIi l-prt mi-lit Store Young
We will give a .'!0 days sale from
May 1st to May Mist. The customer
purchasing the largest, amount on
one of the. 30 days (the day to be
named by a prominent citizen of Koek
Island) will be entitled to a refund
to the full amount of their purchase
on said day. A" real opportunity.
YOUNG & McCOMKS.
.lolm liuford I'ont. Attention.
McuiImts of John liuford st, (J. A.
K. are requested to meet at Memorial
hall at 1 o'clock p. m. Wednesday,
May 21. to take part in thedepartment
parade. All odsoIdicrs are cordially
invited to join us.
W. P. COCHKAX. Commander.
EZRA W1LCHEK, Adjutant.
All the news all the time The
Daily Argus. ,
Like an Adonis usually lias little trouble to get
a fairly decent fitting suit ready-to-wear, but tlie
man that is very tall, witk long arms and legs, the
man that is very short and the man that is very
sliort and stout its well, and the man that is very
tall and stout these have their,.tro.ubles.
The Stem-Blocli Co
Wholesale Tailors, Rochester, N. Y.,
Make elot lies that Ht all the aforementioned shaies as
perfectly as if made-to-measure. . You out-of-the-ordi-nary-shape
men come in and try on a Suit or Top
coat and see for yourself.
SOMMERS 6c LAVELLE,
1804 Second avenue, Koek Island, 111.
207 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
ff ats for
This is the time when people are looking for specialties in milli
nery, and we are prepared to giye special orders the attention
essential to satisfactory results. In our hats are eiuliodied the
latest ideas in stylish millinery and materials which are in ac
cord with the modes.
We are making ;l specialty of chiffon hats light and airy
creations which delight the wearer in this warm weather, and
are in themselves things of heauty. They are made of "hand
Lucked chilTou, trimmed with white silk poppies or soft white
roses. A comparison of our hand-tucked chilTon hats with the
maehine-t ncked chiffon hats shown elsewhere will convince 'you
that you want one of our own tlainty creations. .
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue, liock Island.
M-EN'S SIiOESi $1-98
To clean tip a lot of broken lines of $2.00, 32.50
and .$3.po Men's shoes in kid, coltskin and calf
leathers. Heavy extension and medium soles.
We have put them at a price that will move
- $1.98 A PAIR
See them in our east window.
GEORGE SCHNEIDER, ,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE.
J712 SECOND AVENUE.
Jfc. ;.JJjTn.f.-w -y HinU IHIlWTM
Tickets to 0J
Less Than Half Fare
These very low rates are made for
delegates attending conventions in
the Pacific! Coast cities; but any one
can buy the cheap tickets and save
money. Then, if you wish, you
can join one of our "Personally
Conducted Excursion Parties" to
California. Very inexpensive, com
fortable and interestinc. They jo
through Coloradobydaylightand past
Salt Lake City. Ask for particulars.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent, Office C. B. & Q. Depot. Telephone 1131.
Call on us
four blades this
year. Just out
119 ISth St