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THE ATtGUS, MOKDay, H OVEMBEIt 10. 1902.
For lans, but our fixtures
are the warmest that ever
was. All kinds.
Gas. Electric, Com-
AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
W. A. ROBB & CO., J- I
119 Eighteenth. Street.
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF VISITING
fC O l! J "fP O. tr-n tt
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this winter send your name and address to the agent of the
for book of interest to Tourists giving full particulars of the trip
Through trains daily via the
El Paso Short Line
Also throagHj'slaadard and Tourist sleeping Cars via Denver and the Scenic
Best Dining Car Service
Make reservations and get full particulars at 1831 Second Avenue.
Telephone 1423, or depot Fifth Avenue and Thirty-lust, 6r foot of
Twentieth Street. Telephones: 1093 or 1128.
I CHOICE WI1SES AISD
I LIQUORS 3 3 5
OF ALL P.RANOS AND MAKES.
OUtt PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU.
SIMON LEWIS' EETAIL LIQUOR
V STORE V
Corner Seventeenth Sjtret; and Third Avenue.
DR. SHOOP, ophthalmologist. I
ROOM 7, BUFORD BLOCK. t
X Uses No Medicine. Performs No Operation,
X Simply removes the cause of your so-called disease or ailment, and
nature does the curing.
His system of removing tlie cause of your ills is
X an entirely new one.
lie gives a written guarantee that satisfactory re-
X suits will come or your monej' will be refunded. X
All chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Fe- J
male Trouble , Fpilepsy, Etc., Etc. Also cases of trfla- ed
Eyes, Granulated Lids, Cysts, Styes, fctc, are especially X
EYE3 TESTED, AND CONSULTATION FREE. X
II. E. CASTEEL. L. I). MIT DOE.
President. Vice President.
Central Trust and Savings Baiik
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. lOO.OOO. Three-and-a-half Per Cent Interest Paid on Depoalta
Estates and property of alL kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is. kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
, il if i iTi iTi if i fi if i ill Si iTi Ji ti X if iTi it iff it t f 1 I
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
CUNtKAVTOK AtU 1U1LJV.K.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be. done promptly. Work guaranteed satis factory.
Shop Thlrtj-Mjood 8ci.tt and roortontrt Aoa. rhiiu. 1570 Went
If You Wacnt Your Umbrella
Repaired or recovered, you will find, J. .T. linker at the Greater New York
Loan Dank, 320 Twentieth street. Phone CG3 brown.
Don't Be Fooled!
Take th genuine, original
RCCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Media
cine Co... Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut oil each package.
Price. 35 cents. Never aol4
In bulk. Accept ne eabeU
twte. Ask your druggUt
You can be cured of any form of tobacco in,,a
easily, be made well, strong, manrtic, full of
new hfe and vtjjor by taking MO-TO-BAC
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
tel. pounds in ten days. Orer SOO.OOO
cured. All drnggirt. Cure guaranteed. Book,
let and advice FKjiB. Address STEHUkq
KBMRPY CO, hicagjo or Kew York? . 437
HE WANTED TO DIE
Bert Pcitch is Thwarted in Plan
to End Life With Mor-phine.
EE0TH1E HIS HIM ASSISTED
And He Will Spend the Next IS
Days In the County
tllert Patch, who lives at 528 Thir
teenth street, while laboring under
the effects of a long continued spree,
last evening bought morphine with
the declared intention of ending his
life.- The drug was taken away from
him and he was locked up at the po
This morning at a hearing before.
Magistrate Johnson his brother
Charles, who preferred a charge of
disorderly conduct against him,
states that Bert had been drinking
hard for a week and that he acted
strangely all day yesterday. In the
evening he took a long walk. Upon
returning he declared he could not
sleep and going out he bought 45
grains of morphine. He came back
home and said he intended taking it.
The brother testified that he had at
different times while under the influ
enee of liquor threatened to end his
life. The magistrate imposed a fine
of $73, which will give him 13 days in
the county jail in which to sober up.
Fair of Drunks.
James Ross and Frank O'llrien
were drunk Saturday night and
aroused an uptown resident at 2
o'clock in the morning to ask for a
match with which to light a cigarette.
They were taken into custody by Offi
cer llowes nnd today Magistrate John
son fined Ross $10 and O'llrien $.10 for
MONEY PLACED UNDER
HOTEL PILLOW DISAPPEARS
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Morse, members
of the "Old Jetl Prmity" company
that appeared last evening at the Illi
nois, spent Saturday at the Windsor
hotel, in Moline, in which city their
company showed that night. During
the afternoon they went out for a
walk, but Mrs. Morse forgot a purse
containing $150 and some valuable
jewelry that she hail placed under the
bed pillows. When they returned to
the hotel the purse had disappeared.
Search was instituted anil the police
notified. Last U'ght the purse and
contents were recovered through the
confession of a bellboy, who said he
had been handed the purse by a
In mounting ferrotype prints many
amateurs succeed In getting .paste all
over the surface of the picture. Of
course the gloss is removed whenever
the paste sticks nnd the result Is any
thing but a neat photograph. The evil
Is generally due to carelessness, but
sometimes the metlicd of doing the
pasting Is at fauit. says the Brooklyn
Dally Eagle. Occasionally the pasting
Is done on glass and the different prints
fif the same size are supposed to be
flaced in the same iositlon, but in
variably one print is a little larger than
the rest or It Is not placed Just right
nud the edges are covered with paste,
or perhaps the glass is cleaned off each
time, but not thoroughly dried.
There Is a simple and quick way of
mounting dry prints which leaves no
excuse for anything but clean work.
Take a newspaper nud trim the folded
edges on the cutter or with the scissors.
'ih en paste one print on Mich sheet of
paper, being careful to hold It down
firmly so that it cannot slip on to the
pasted portion. In this way each sheet
Is thrown nwny as soon as used nnd
there is no paste around in the way.
t'.'f course care must be taken not to
touch the glossy surface of the print
with the same fingers used to hold It
down while pasting.
Imarnnce Againit Accident.
The usual odds laid by an accident
company are 1.000 to 4 that you do
not die from an accident In a year.
Supposing that the whole population
of the country were Insured against ac
cidents In one oulce. each person pay
ing 4 and being guaranteed 1.000 in
case of death by mishap, the premiums
would reach the figure of 149,74G.SUS.
and the sura to be paid for deaths
would amount to 14.008,000, leaving,
after the deduction of a few millions
for working expenses, the very respect
able profit of 130.000,000. London
Nov. 8. (!. Klmer Illnkesley to Min
nie K. DeKay, tract by metes and
bounds, nw'4 2, 17, 2w, $425.
Startling Bat True.
"If everyone knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills
Is," writes D. II. Turner, Dempsey
town, Ta., "you'd sell all you have in
it day. Two weeks' use has made a
hew man of me." Infallible for con
stipation, stomach and liver troubles.
25 cents, at Ilartz & UHemeyer's drug
Rev. John A. Oriffin, for a number
of years pastor of the Congregation
alist church at Sherrard, died Satur
day morning of stomach trouble, with
which he had been afflicted several
months. At the beginning of his ill
ness he resigned his charge, but con
tinued to reside in the village. He
was a native of Henry county and a
veteran of the civil war. He was
married twice. Three grown children
by his first wife survive and his sec
ond wife is left with four children.
Henry Woltmann, one of the city's
old and well known residents, passe;!
away at 2::l yesterday morning at
l.s home, 53:1 Thirtieth street, after
an illness of several months with
complications lue to advanced age.
Deceased had resided in this city
nearly half a century. He was born
near the city .f Hanover, (.'erinany,
July 2, 1S22. and was educated at a
polytechnic school at Hanover, learn
ing the machinist's trade. After trav
eling several years in Cermany he
came to America in 1850 and settled
in Fultonville, X. Y. In June, 185.1.
he, in company with his brother, the
late Krnest Woltmann, came to Hock
Island and began life in the employ
of the Webber Foundry & Machine
company. For many years he owned
the present site of the Hotel Harms,
and in many ways he was identified
with the city's earlier industrial ac
tivity. In April, 1855, he married Miss
Margaret Heise!, who died in 1895.
The only immediate surviving rela
tive is an aged sister living in the
fatherland. The funeral will take
place at 2 o'clock tomorrow from the
home. Services will be private and it
is requested that no flowers be sent.
Funeral serii-i fiver the remains
of the late Tlwunas Pender were held
at 9 ocloek this morning at St. Jos
eph's church, Kev. Thomas Mackiu of
ficiating. The burial took place at
AX EASY WAY
' All the news all the time The
To Keep Well.
It is easy to keep well if you would
only observe eaci. di'y few simple
rules of health.
The ull important tlrng is to keep
the stomach rigl-t, and to do this it
is not necessary to diet or to follow
a set of rules or bill of "fare. Such
pampering simply makes a capricious
appetite and a feeling that certain
favorite articles of food must be
Prof. Wiechold gives pretty good
advice on this subject, lie says: "I
. . , , ,i
am t years om aim nave never mm a
serious illness, and at the same time
my life has been largely an indoor
one, but I early discovered that the.
way to keep healthy was to keep a
healthy stomach, not by eating bran
crackers or dieting of any sort; on
the contrary I jilways eat what my
appetite .craves? but daily for the
past eight years 1 have made it a
practice to take one or two of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets after e;.ch
meal, and 1 attribute my robust
health for a man of my age to the
regular daily use of Stuart's Tab
lets. "My physician first advised me to
use theiii because he said they were
perfectly harmless and were not a
secret patent medicine, but contain
ed only the natural digestives, pe
tones and diastase, and after using
them a few weeks 1 have never ceas
ed to thank him for his advice.
"1 honestly believe the habit of tak
ing Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after
meals is the real health habit, because
their use brings health to the sick
and ailing and preserves health to the
well and strong."
Men and women past 50 years of
age need a safe digestive after meals
to insure a perfect digestion and to
ward off disease, and the safest, best
known and most widely used is Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are found in every well regu
lated household from Maine to Cali
fornia and in (ireat Hritain nnd Aus
tralia are rapidly pushing their way
into popular favor.
All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets, full sized packages at 50
cents, and for a weak stomach a 50
cent package will often do $50 worth
Rheumatism Cared In 34 Honrs.
T. J. Blackmore, of Ha Her & Black
more, Pittsburg, Pa., Bays: A short
time since I procured a bottle of
Mystic Cure. It got me out of the
house in 24 hours. I took to my bed
with rheumatism. x.ne months ago
and the Mystic Cure is the only med
icine that did me any good. I had
uve of the best physicians In the city,
but I received very little relief from
them. I know the Mystic Cure to be
what it is represented and take pleas
ure in recommending it to other poor
sufferers." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue., Rock Island;
Gust Scnlegel & Son, 20 W. Second
If you are bilious and seeking ad
visers. Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers,
Just before going to bed.
You will find on the morrow.
You are rid of your sorrow
That's all; just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but
move the bowels gently and easily,
cleansing the liver. Their tonic ef
fect gives strength to the glands, pre
venting a return of the disorder.
Harper House Tharmacy, A. J.
Hiess' drug store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds; reliable, tried and tested,
fcaf e and sure. Ml druggists.
ROBS A POSTDFFICE
Joseph Murphy Steals Money
and Merchandise at
IS HELD TO THE GRAND JURY
Captured at Muscatine the Day
Following the -Crime.
Saturdav evening Deputy Sheriff 1"
K. Reynolds nrrived in the city from
Muscatine with Joseph -Murpny, ar
rested for the robbery during Friday
night of the post office at roster and
the taking therefrom of over $0 in
money and several articles of mer
chandise. The prisoner was given a
preliminary hearing before Magis
trate Johnson nnd was sent to jail in
default of $1,04)0 bonds.
Murphy is about 45 years of age
and has been in trouble before, lie
has been employed for several years
past by J. 11. Foster, owner of the
store ainh' postmaster at Foster. Sev
eral times the office has been robbed
of small sums of money and suspicion
has been directed to Murphy, but in
most cases the amount of money tak
en was so small that Mr. Foster did
not wish to prosecute. Once, how
ever. Murphy and another man were
indicted- and tried for stealing a bag
of pennies and were acquitted.
Had Alost of SKar.
Saturday morning when it became
known that there had been a robbery
search was instituted for Murphy.
but he was not to be found. Deputy
Sheriff I'eynolds started to hunt for
him anil found him in Muscatine.
Most of the money was on his per
son, lie was arrested and voluntar
ily accompanied the oilUer to thi
city. F. W. Foster swore out the
complaint against the prisoner and
he will doubtless be made to suffer
the penalty of he law for his act.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
trains dail. .
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
""Another Low Hate Ewomlon"
to eastern points reached by the Nick
el Plate road, will leave Chicago Nov.
11th, 12th and 13th, 1902, at rate of
one fare for the round trip, plus $:$.
By depositing return portion of tick
et with agent of terminal line at des
tination, a liberal return limit will be
granted. John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 113 Adams street, Chicago,
will be pleased to furnish any addi
JUST WHAT YOU NEED.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets-
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When von feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite,
cleanse nnd iuvigorate your stomach.
and regulate your liver and bowels.
Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by
all druggists. -.
For sick headache, try Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets;
they will ward off the attack if taken
in time. For sale by all druggists.
One Minute Conrh Cure
Is the most harmless cough cure that
gives quick relief. Cures coughs,
colds, croup," bronchitis, whooping
cough, pneumonia, asthma, lagrippe
and all throat, chest and lung trou
bles. I got soaked by rain, says
Gertrude K. Fenner, Mimcie, Ind.,
and contracted a severe cold and
cough, I failed rapidly; lost 48 lbs. My
druggist recommended One Minute
Cough Cure. The first bottle brought
relief; several cured me. I am back
to my old weight, 148 lbs. One Minute
Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, relieves
the cough at once, draws out inflam
mation, cures croup. An ideal rem
edy for children.
Harper House Pharmacy, A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
When yon awake in the morning
feeling like, the end of a misspent life,
your mouth full of fir and your soul
full of regrets, take Rocky Mountain
Tea. (ireat medicine. T. H. Thomas'
Bxecnior's Mot lee.
Estate of Sarah Gregg deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed e
. .w . will .nd t . t . m . nt iAr&ti
Gres-c. late of the county of &ock Island,
state of II Ino's, deceased, hereby Ues notice
that he a ill appear before the county ourt of
. . , T. an n At the J&DU1M
term, on the first Monday in January next, at
woloh time all persons hal'- claima aga nsl
tin estate are notified ana requested to at
tend for the purpose of baring th nine ad
justed All pfr&ous Indebted to ssld estate
ire reqiiestea o iuv uuuiiv rj
Dated this 3UtLdy of October. A D.. 1902.
Thomas Coass, Executor.
of ihe fire
- j. uu uviiajiu
of a Kound
Oak Blovo is
ccst In otio
solid pleco from
Cue new tron no
Joints to let nlr to
the fire extra large ashpit. Thoajhpit coorand
feed Ooora are ground on also uirtigut. Kvcry
purt of Round Dak bioves i i mica airtight,
This gives absolute controioftlic fire wholli-
r you want it low, or very hot, or to keep
over night. This Is a feature of tho genuine
Kound Oak Stoves it Is not found in any
of tho numerous imitation "Oaks." There
re many other exclusive features la
the cone prntc, that prevents clinker ;
special tlxtv.res for hard or soft iiml;
fire bowl exloiisiou, iiotect'.uu eliect
'Iron body and foriuii'.u hot Muot; ietd
doors ou side, so nil he;.t goos tut in tho
room ' complete combustion of all fuoL
These ad vautaKes uro found only la tlio
genuine Round Oak Ktovea which bear
the nnnio of lleckwith of Powcfriae on
tha feed door, also tho name Koiind Or.!:
on legs nml door. Xo ol hor ctovea cqucl
them. If not nt voiir dealers, ecud for
the ree book, Striking It Iiich.1'
P. 0. BECKVITH ts&a. DowagfeB, Rich.
yv- mm ill Jf wwjLjajji j
"What you need
is a good stove5'
Wliat's the use running a
risk by buying common
stoves, when reliable,
Stoves Cost No More
No matter what votir experience has neen ytv.i will be surprised
at the small fuel bills and Rood service when you buy your
Jewel cook, range or heater, it's all the saiue ECONOMY.
LET US SHOW YOU JEWELS
lferr. Mvers & Company
va. -cm-r imMMM.ta.i. ivi lujliiSl S'OVEnul TIC WOOD!
r.er"miiiii.r Monday, and while 1 hey last we divide all ladie s", mines'
and ehildren's ready-to-wear h:its into three l-ts. and price them
at a fifrure that will clear them out in short order. We are not
waiting fur the end of the season Imt are doin it now to :-ive
our customers the benefit, t' nr.e arly and take your pick at
25c, 38, 48c.
AYe are not sayinsr what they are worth, but the hats will sri ak
Brandenburg Millinery Store,
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
Special Irvdvic e merits
To Wall Paper Buyers
We Lave decided to close out the
balance of our spring: stork at a sac
rifice, and for the next 30 days you
can buy proud, new Wall Tapers no
shelf won; pr''(ls) at special values
all the way from 2c per roll up. We
have a larjre force of practical paper
hangrers and painters and nil work
intrusted to us is riven our personal
attention. Prices the lowest in the
Paridon (EL Sor
417 Seventeenth St.
(.4.4.4. j. I 'I i' ! '! t 'I1 'M
The Height of Perfection
Is what we have reached in our laun
dry work. The most modern appli
ances and machinery and skilled
workmen have placed our work far
in advance of all competitors. For
faultless work and prompt service
go to the
R.OCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDR.Y
V 4 1 l
I I I I, I I J . I II I 111 Hi I i I I t t li t H tttt t-
- Dr. S. rl. MILLER,
GRADUATE OF M'KILLIP'S VETEEINARY COLLEGE,
Rlnt.ifir4 treatment of Horses. ' Oattle and Do?s and all surerical T
- CJ w
J operations performed on same.
t KESIDENCE 1812 FOURTH AVENUE. . PHONE WEST 1661 5
4 li H 4-1 I I t i ill!
MONEY. MONEY. MONEY.
We advance liberal amounts on all articles of 'value. We also have
some erreat bargains in unredeemed goods. Greater New York Loan Bank,
320 Twentieth street. 'Phone 663 brown. -