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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY .31, 1902.
IN THE DAYS OF
THE BLUE AND
Many hardships were suffered.
Short rations, long marches and
poor shelter tended to make life
in he field almost unendurable,
while those who were left behind
in the homes had to struggle for
a bare existence;
DIVORCES TO TWO
Judge Gest Acts on Petitions of
Lizzie A. Haurburg and
ANOTHER TRIAL OF HILLING CASE
aurora to l'asn on Criminal Charges
5 Provisions, Then sls Now,
Were Absolutely Necessary
The modern housewife, in these
modern times of much competi
tion and misrepresentation, suf
fers at the hands of unscrupulous
dealers. Why not deal at a place
where low prices and high quality
are combined and where the
best of treatment is accorded to
all? That place is
2535 FIFTH AVE.
Judge (Jest granted divorces in two
cases this morning-. Lizzie A. Jlaur
burg, of Moline, was released from
matrimonial bonds with Phillip Marburg-
on the ground of desertion, and
given the custody of her child. She
resides in Moline. and was represented
by William Mecse. Clara Askew, of
Port Myron, who was married in Mus
catine a year ago to Charles E. As
kew, and who left him two months
later, was given legal separation on
the. ground of ill treatment and al
lowed a sufficient sum of money to
defray costs and attorney's fees. She
was represented by II. M. Schriver.
IIlllloK Case I'p Again.
" The case of Philip Dowiiev, repre
senting the estate of JameJ Hilling,
who was killed on the Mock Island
road at Sheffield six years ago,
against the company for damages,
was redocketed today after having
been twice tried in the circuit court
here and both times reversed by the
appellate court and remanded.
The motion to quash the indictment
of (Jeorge Littig found 12 vears airo.
upon which is based the indictment
on which he is now held for burglary.
second oiicnse, was overruled. A ie-
tition to quash the indictment against
William Hoy for larceny, which was
heard Tuesday afternoon, was con
tinued under advisement and arrange
ments for a further hearing made.
Mrs. Mary Strang, represented by H.
M. McCaskrin. who was granted a di
vorce from William Strang at the
last term f court, was allowed the
lssession of the property that has
been in litigation since, together with
alimony that has accumulated.
Morr ilarorn t'buwn.
A jury to report in the circuit
court Momlav. June '.. at which time
the criminal grist will be taken up,
was drawn this ininiiiiLr,s follows:
Kock Island Jacob Imhoff. Peter
Nelson, .1. P. Francis, Oloff Atkinson,
J. Iannon. W. 11. Schillinirer. James
Archer. Hubert IScnuett. J. W. Friz-
zclle. Warren Ucck. C. F. Detlefs.
Molim 1. .V. Pierr. 1). A. I-:ich,
Parker (irandy. Kohcrt W. Jones.
Fred Dolman, Frank Ie Jaeger. John
E. t'reiitz, Harvey Suttley, C. W.
Krone, Frank Weldon. A. L. Ander
son, t . S. AlelK'rtson.
South Kock Island- Charles (Jeisler.
South Moline John A. Hynd,
'eorire Scherer. J. C Newland.
I)rury .1. S. Ohaver, W. If. McCrcer,
Hampton. L. Ictsch, Henry Klotz,
J. M. Kendall.
Cordova 15. L. Drown. W. S. Mat
Kural-Zed Wynn, (i. Seitz.
Xiimu Ernest Peters.
Port Myron H. Schloofcld, Charles
Howling John Scarr.
IMgin ton .Iniuis Christy.
Cuffiilo Prairie" Charles Edging-ton.
Coc Charles Mum ma.
Mlack Hawk William Nice.
DR. JOHN DIES
FROM A PARALYTIC STROKE
Word was received in this city of
the death at his home in Osborn, this
county, of Dr. John Iteiter, which
took place last night from the effects
of a stroke of paralysis sustained
about four months at"o. )r. Keiter
was a practicing physicia"n in Mock
Island for many years and many
friends here will lie grieved to learn
of his demise. He was a native of
Haverhill, Mass., where he was born
iU vears ago and his period of resi
dence here began soon after the civil
war. He was a Woodman and a char
ter member of Camp 29, of which he
was one of the first physicians. His
removal to Osborn took place about
fifteen years ago. The aged wife is
the sole surviving member of the
family. The funeral will take place
Monday at 10 a. in.
Mrs. James Dovaru, a county pio
neer, died at her home in Port Mvron
Theodore Spiering and His Splen
did Orchestra at the
FLORENCE CHAMBERLIN A SOLOIST
Ovation for Rock Island Girl -Performance
We will be found at OLD
POST OFFICE, Mitchell
S Lynde building, on or
about June 1. This will
be our temporary quar
ters until our new three
story building will be
- .fan Weather.
Observer J. M. Sherier furnishes
Idata Ciiceriiinc June weather for a
. . . .
period of 31 years past, during which
time the mean or normal tempera
ture has leen 71.-1 he" armest month
lieing that ls--. with an average
of 7saiid,4u . iHHJ4n that of iss
th an aura if a, u( C.7. The highest
temperature was US on the 17th, 1S')7
and the lowest 30. on- the 1th, ISWt,
The average precipitation for the
month was -t.O.'t inches. The great
est monthly precipitation was 10.07
inches in 102 and the least 0.40 inches
in lssfi. The greatest amount of pre
cipitation recorded in -4 consecutive
hours wns 4.30 inches on the 22d and
.'3d, lS'Ji. The average number
clear davs was 9, of partly cloudy 13
and of cloudy S. The prevailing
winds have been from the southwest,
the highest velocity of the wind be
ing r0 miles from the north on the
S. Pearson is visiting in Varna, 111,
Miss Nellie Parker is visiting
11. L. MeKlwain left last evening for
a vacation to Denver.
J. L. Hagaman has returned from
a weeks trip to llneago.
Mrs. II. W. Kempshall, of Peoria,
ent last night in the city.
Misses Moe and Woods, teachers at
the Port Myron academy, were city
.Misses Jennie and .Mina Jiuii re
turned home to Sweet home, Neb., af
ter a visit in the city.
Mrs. -Alice T. Johnson and . M,r.
loh n M. Webb have returned .from
Shafter, Tex., where thev visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry (ireim.
Advance Agfnt Fred A. Morgan was
in the city yesterday morning arrang
ing for the apiH'arance of the Wallace
shows in Kock Island June -1.
.1. Telleen has returned from Cali
fornia, acoinpanied l his brother, C.
A. Tel lev n and wife. The latter have
gone to (iowrie, Iowa, for a visit
Mrs. Mary K. Wickcns, of Atkinson,
past president of the W. U. C, of Il
linois, was in the city today on the
way home from Lanark. 111., where
she delivered a Memorial day address
Hon. Thomas Menton Camp, of Ma
comb, who delivered the Memorial
day address at Kock Island arsenal
yesterday under the auspices of "the
Moline . A. It., spent last niirht at
Mrs. Lottie A. dishing, of the
Koester flats. Fifth avenue, with her
daughter Mirdie, leaves tomorrow for
Attica, Ohio. Mrs. dishing goini
there to care- for her aged parents.
ror six years .Mrs. lushing and tier
daughter have been, conducting a
boarding house and have a wide cir
cle of friends who will regret their
leaving the city. .
Marcus Lyon', sou of Capt. Lyon,
formerly commandant at Mock Is
land arsenal, who graduated from
the Kock Island high ' school at the
head of the class of "03, will in a few-
days complete a course in medicine
at Columbia college, Washington
Prior to entering that institution he
completed a four years course at
Hrown university, where he obtained
the degree of M. S.
Theodore Spiering's Chicngo sym
phony orchestra, in its apjienrance at
the Illinois theatre last evening, af
forded the most impressive musical
event of the season just closing in
the tri-cities, so all competent to
judge who were in attendance agree.
The concert was the first in a series
of three, the others to be given this
afternoon and tonight at the same
place, in the May festival arranged
by Mrs. O. Itawson Wade, and the
only pity is that there was not a full
house out, for the entertainment de
served it. N
The audience, which was of fair
proportions, was none the less appre
ciative, however, and lus so persist
ent in its demands for more from the
splendid orchestra that Mr. Spiering.
at the conclusion of Lis.t s Sym
phonic Poem." was obliged to depart
from his long established rule not to
give encore numbers, responding with
an arrangement of Mendelssohn's
"Spring Song." Well-defined shading
ind sonorous -quality of tone are fea
ture characteristics of this orchestra,
which wer.9; prominent ly brought- for
ward in. the "Meistinger Vorspeil" by
Wagner, which opened the program,
the closing number being Uubinsl em's
bridal procession from ""Feramors."
MIhs Cliambprlln Warmly Kerelved.
Miss Florence Chambcrlin. a Kock
Island girl wuo is rapklly making a
place for herself in the musical world.
was the violin soloist of the evening.
giving a ilelightl ullv artistic per
formance of Mruch's Concerto in II
minor op. "b, reflecting credit alike
upon herself and her instructor, Mr.
Soij'rin"-. Miss Cliamberlin has a
graceful stage presence and executed
her number with a coolness that
iiiirlit- have led the unknowing to
loiibt it was her home public debut.
Miss Chambcrlin was accorded an
ovatioir and presented a handsome
bouquet of American beauties.
Miss (Irace Van Valkcnburgh show
d herself the possessor of a rich
ooiilralto by her singing of Hills
Das Hertz Khine." She was enthus
iast icnlv encored and responded.
ilen Hall, who has a strong, clear
tenor voice, gave an aria from "l-,u-
en Onegiu" (Tsehaikowsky). and for
an encore numocr sang uoiiger s t
(icnevieve Clark Wilson, soprano;
Sydney Hidcn. baritone; Herman l)ie-
tcl. "cello, anil Herbert Hutlcr, violin.
ire to ie the soloists this evening.
The Ladies' Amateur chorus will
take part also.
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
I DON'T FORGET
1 THE PLACE
To Whom It My Concern.'
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day. July 7th. A. U. 1002, at the hour
of 2 o'clock j). m., there will be hel
la special meeting oi the stockholders
lof lite National Neck-Yoke company
at the office of said company, in the
city of Kock Island, in Kock Island
county. Illinois, for the purpose of
voting on the question of increasing
the capital stock of said company
from two thousand dollars to ten
thousand dollars, anil also of enlarg
ing the object for which such cor
poration was formed.
- SWAIN PKAKSOX, President.
W. W. HAKIMS, Secretary.
Kock Island. III.. June tOth, 1002.
? THE VAN IMHW US
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
8hak Into Your Shop.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest, comfort dis
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or nevr shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. jsy man ior zjC in
Intamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmstcad, Le Boy, N. Y.
l'rairie Uu Chien ...
lies Moines Kapids..
48 k iurt
I.aulloDl' I'roteetlve AomM-latloo.
There will he a meeting of the
Landlords Protect ive associa t ion Mon
day. June 2. at 7:.'!(l p. in. in room
of the Mitchell & Lynde block. All
landlords are urgently requested to
J. M. ECK1I ART, Secretary.
A woman who lias had experience
with this disease, tells how to pre
vent any dangerous consequence
from.it. She says: 'Our three chil
dren took" whooping cough last sum
mer, our baby boy being only three
months old, and owing to our giving
them Chamberlain's Cough Kemcdy,
they lost none of their plumpness
and came out in much better health
than other children whose parents
did not. use this remedy. Our oldest
little girl would call lustily for cough
syrup between whoops. Jessie 1 ink-
ev Jlaii, springviiie, Ala. this rem
edy is for sale by all druggists.
HOME STRAWBERRY CROP
IS SHORT THIS SEASON
Home grown strawberries have
been in the market several days, but
their advent has not been followed by
ny noticeable cheapening of the
fruit. On the contrary, prices for
good fruit remain firm and the pros
pects are that tliev will continue so
through the season. The consumer
is not likely to nave I lie opportunity
of securing good berries for less than
two boxes for a quarter except under
The fact is there is not iroinir to be
much of a crop. Not that the season
has been unfavorable, for the con
trary has been true, but because last
fall was so dry that many of the
berrv patches- were killed outright
and others were prevented from mak
ing the growth necessary to put forth
and develop a good crop of berries
this summer. The acreage of berries
has been reduced by the plowing up
of the partly killed patches and al
though sin unusual number of plants
have been set out this spring, the
crop win be stiort and the local sup
ply will not be nearly equal to the lo
'l Neer Know Painkiller to Fall
before, what can the matter be'
Where is the bottle? There. 1 thought
so; k is not l'errv navis t ainkiuer
at all, but something the druggist
must have made himself and I did not
notice it; I have used Painkiller for
years for diarrhoea, cramps and
stomach aches and it -never failed."
Sciatic Khenmatlnirt I'nrfd Aftor Fourteen
Hold I'p a Congreiwman.
I have been afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for 14 years," says Josh
Edgar, of Cermantown, Cal. "I was
able to be around, but constantly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hear of, and at last was told to try
Chamberlain's Pain Malm, which I
did, and was immediately relieved.
anil in a short time cured, and I am
happy to say it has not since return
ed.' Why not use this liniment and
get well? It is for sale by all druggists.
Wants Other to Know.
"I have used De Witt's Little Early
Kisers for constipation and torpid
liver and they are all right. I ain
glad to indorse them for I think
when we find a good thing we ought
to let others know it," writes Alfred
Ileinze, Quinoy, 111. They never gripe
or distress. Sure, safe pills. All
Don't Start Wrong;.
Don't start the summer with a lin
gering cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold is. It's the
hardest kind to cure. Often it
hangs on" through the entire sea
son, lake it in hand right now. A
few doses of One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure fori
coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis,
all throat and lung troubles. Ab-I
solutelv safe. Acts at once. Chil-I
dren like it. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the best cough medicine I
ever used," says J. IL Mowles, Grove
ton, N. II. "I never found anything
else that acted so safely and quick
ly." All druggists.
A CARLOAD OF BEAUTIFUL
BEDS JUST UNLOADED
This assortment is a grand collection of handsome designs, finished
iu different colors and are sold at a price that makes them by far
the best values offered in the city. We also show a fine line of
Mr ass Meds.
THE KEFKICEKATOli WITH A MEPUTATIO.V. THE MEST COX
STKUCTED MEDIUM PKICE MOX 0 THE MAKKET.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
OX SHOUT LENGTHS OF CAM PET, MADE UP MKUS
SELS AND KU(3S, IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OLU
CAM PET DEPAKTMEXT. ,
avenpoft Furniture & Carpet Co.
123-125 West Third Street.
JVlen's ff igfi-Grade
Well tailored, from tlio most fashion
able materials, all the popular color
ings that arc new and up-to-date. Yon
will find in this lot of suits at
Also showing a line assortment of
men's flannel outinj? suits, $5 to
Headquarters for straw hats.
S0MMERS 6c LAVELLE,
1804 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111.
207 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Caps for Infants
and Shirred Hats
for the Little Girls
The shirred hat is the warm weather hat for the little girls.
"What rcooni mends this hat is that it is cool, and that the ru tiled
edge makes it so very becoming. Another recommendation is
that it is so very cheap.
We have a large line, including pretty corded o
Then we have hats with soft ruftled edges and
shirrwl brims, and Tarn O'Shanter Crowns, for..
In the infants caps our special prices for this week
8c, 12c, 18c
And we also wish to direct attention to our fine line'of French
caps. We have them made of all the different materials Val
enciennes laces, embroidery, and the plain hemstitched linen
that all the mothers are asking for.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue, Kock Island.
Call on us
I, Tt-tyr '
four blades this
year. Just out
119 18th St