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THE AEGUS, MONDAY, FEJTOTJ All Y 1G, 1903.
Are You ;
We liave onoliun
dred watches com
prising " WalOam
and Elgin .ifitbve
ments, incased in ,
. solid gold and gold
. filled cases, -warran-ted
20 years, ladies'
or gents sizes wliicli
we propose to sell
Get a WatchxBe
on. time. 0ir
Prices will make
1708 Second Ave.
WE HAVE BOTH 'PHONES.
Fancy Bakery 3nx
is and always was in the hands
of the people and we are their
servants, and ever ready to
serve you with the most palat
able Confections. Barkery
Goods. Ice Cream
Try our homemade Chocolate
Dipped Kisses, something new
and delicious. Give us your
trade and you'll not be disap
pointed. ALWAYS THE LEADERS IN OUR
Math, Second Av
Enjoyed By All
record of Arndt-s Havana Sec
onds. Not much wonder when
you know what they are made
Don't Be Fooled
something eNc rec
ti s being "just as
lc you are here look
over our li
ne of smokers' arti-
e are many thing's
not find elsewhere.
S: M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenne.
Tu Artistic Standard
of the World
Prospective piano buyers wish
ing to purchase a high grade
piano, investigate the Chickering
& Sons new artistic quarter grands
and uprights tliat have astonished
the musical world.
The above instruments will be
sold for a limited "time at factory
prices. Catalogue and further par
Rock Island, 111.
S"P"T" TOBACCO SPIT
Ton can be cared of may farm of tobacco using
easily, be made well, strong-, magnetic, full of
4iew life and vigor by talcing MO-TO-BAG,
that makes weak, men strong. Many gain
tea pounds in tea days. Over 300.000
eared. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. ; Book,
let and advice FILES. ' Address STEMMING
CO. hicajro or New Yock, U7
LOOKING FOR ICE
Southern Dealers Getting Anx
ious About Supply of
SHORTAGE OF CAES FIGURING
General .Improvement Noted in Fa
cilities for Handling
Local shippers have so far had no
great cause for complaint in the
shortage' of cars that is felt till over
the country. There is a healthy com
petition between the three large sys
tem thut reach thi point and the
traftjc here is so important that every
effortds being made to meet the local
demand. If one of the three roads
chances to be short on cars one of
the others is sure to have enough to
supply the deficiency for the time be
The shippers of this city have been
pretty well taken care of all along
and in Moline there has been little
trouble experienced. As there are
forty or more cars a day being load
ed here and at Moline it will-be seen
that the matter of getting enough
cars is not a small undertaking.
Though there has been a general
improvement in the situation the late
storm with the cold weather that has
followed it will probably have some
effect in bringing back a measure of
the former congested condition. It
is . believed, however, that the worst
Ice Shippers Anxious.
The cold weather has also introduc
ed another element into the situation
in this vicinity. This is the time of
the year when the ice dealers in the
middle south, if they have been una
ble to secure a supply of the cool
near home, begin to bestir themselves
to get a supply from the north. Little
ice has been harvested this winter in
the latitude of St. Louis and the deal
ers there are very anxious to take ad
vantage of this cold weather fdr ship
ping from here.
Already one party has been here
endeavoring to get 5(H) cars, but was
unable . to do so on account of the
lack of cars. Others ore expected
during the next few days, but it seems
improbable that the railroads will be
able to meet the demand at this time.
Another Reason Offered.
Another reason has been given for
taking off the (Jalesburg passenger
train on the I'nrlington. which was
laid off last week on account, as -it
was given out at the time, of the
shortage of coal. From outside
sources it was intimated that the
train had not been paying, but now
it is reported from a semi-official
source that the real reason - isnor
that the passenger train has not been
paying, but that it has been in the
way of the freights, which yield a
larger income for the same amount
of expense. Handling freight on the
road between here and (Jalesburg has
been a rather hard proposition with
only a single track and this latest
story has it that the passenger has
been removed mainly to simplify the
OLD AND NEW WAY,
Hyomei, the Latest Sclentifio Iiscovery for
the Cure- of Catarrh.
The discovery of llyomci has
wrought a wonderful change in the
treatment of catarrh.
Trior to three years ago the medi
cines ordinarily employed in the cure
of this disease were nauseating drugs
and worthless tonics. In some instan
ces they benefitted, but the improve
ment was not lasting.
With Hyomei you take into the air
passages tit the throat and head n
balsamic air that goes to the minutest
sells, effectually killing all germs and
microbes of catarrh. It enters the
blood with the oxygen, killing the
germ in the blood, and restores health
to the whole system. Many astonish
ing testimonials have been received
from those who have been cured by
X. (J. Durham, 2 Wellington street,
Huston, Mass.. writes: . "I have suf
fered from catarrh for a number of
years.. I tried Hyomei and found it
the only cure for this disease I have
Perhaps the strongest evidence that
can be given to doubters, is the fact
that T. II. Thomas has so much faith
in Hyomei that he sells every pack
age under a positive guarantee to re
fund the money if it does not cure.
Xow is the time to begin to use
New Remedy That Destroys the Dandruff
Nothing is more annoying-to men
or women tf middle age when they
notice their hair is growing thinner,
when they must admit that the first
indications of baldheadedness have
commenced to appear. Many would
give a thousand dollars and more for
a remedy with which to preserve
their natural head-dress. However,
they don't need to. Newbro's Herpi
cide removes the effect of dandruff by
destroying the cause, the only dan
druff cure 'that-actually destroys the
dandruff germ. For sale by T. II.
Gel What You Ask For!
When" you ask for Cascarets Candy
Cathartic be sure you get them.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
always a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
All druggists, ioc --.
AUGUSTAN A VICTOR
Iff BASKETBALL GAME
Augustana defeated the Y. M. C. A.
at basketball at the college gymna
zium Saturday evening, the score be
ing 31 to 20. The teams lined up as
Augustana Lindeblad, center; An
derson and V. Pearson, forwards;
Purn and E. Pearson, guards.
Y. M. C. A. Souders, center; Iteilly
and Schaffer, forwards; Lindberg,
Uergsten and Graves, guards.
Officials Ile.feree., Anderson; unv
pires, Keyser and Johnson; timer.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper A. L. Jacobs, War
ren, Ohio; C. M. Wright, New York;
W. B. Arnheim, Chicago; Dr. C. J.
Koout., Beardstown; W. 15. Capell,
New York; J. S. Hums, Orion, 111.; It.
D. Lamson, Chicago; C. It. Tcnox,
Grand Rapids; Clark Comstock, Chi
cago; William M. Ives, Baltimore; W.
O. Hitchcock. Peoria; August Zwick
and wife, St. Louis; A. L. Hill, Minne
apolis; (Jeorge C. Boniface, New
York; 1). L.'Don, New York; W. D.
Mann, Chicago; Miss Sylva,' Chicago;
S. M. Koons, Toledo; Fred Webb, Peo
ria; W. C. Koyce, Chicago; John T.
McLeon, Chicago; William Cummings,
Chicago; Marion Granger. New York;
.. W. Ayers, St. Louis; F. S. Holmes,
city; M. F. Williams, Buffalo; L. H.
Hounds, Minneapolis; M. Knufmann,
Chicago; William J. Delvin, Philadel
phia; C. Eraerwa, Chicago; C. C.
Chamberlin. Connecticut; U. H. Strain,
Peoria; H. E. Chapman, Chicago; Al
Wessling, Chicago; J. S. Curtin,
Beardstown; Charles M. Olson, Chi
cago; C. F. Johnson, New York; W.
Christie, Chicago; J. O. Jones, Mil
waukee; C. C. Wolfe, New ork; C. S.
March, Boston; Edward Winheim,
Chicago; J. C. Cummings, Milwaukee;
A. I). Boecker, Chicago; W. J. O'Brien,
Chicago; It. B. Trumbull. Trenton.
Mo.; E. JatiK-s and wife. Chicago; E.
B. Lott. St. Paul; Willard Siinins,
New York; F. ' Lolwlel, Chit-ago;
Miss Catharine Linyard. New
York; Miss Freda Linyard, New
York; Miss Freda Linyard, New York;
A. W. Newhall, Kansas City; . A. L.
Price, Hot Springs, Ark.; E.J.Smith,
Chicago; John G. itobcrts. Chicago;
It. E. Lewis, Chicago; E. E. Murphy,
M'ankato. Minn.; W. A. Lawrence. New
York; F. E. Lemons, Chicago; Burton
F. Peek, Chicago; I). W. Smaller, Chi
cago; J. E. Sease, Otfiiinwa. Iowa;
John Kilcayne, Chicago;' G. E. Jen
kins, Fairbury, New; C. (!. Saunders,
Council Bluffs: 'John Sullivan, Kansas
City; Emery C Graves,' Geneseo; J. J.
Harrington, Kansas City: Ix'slie Ste
maii, Grand Forks, N. I).; A. F. ltos
bach, Minneapolis; J. S. Brosnahan,
Grand Forks, N. 1).; Thomas John
son, Park Iliver; J. H. Vickers, Chi
cago; C. G. Laybome, Minneapolis.
At the Harms (European) (5. W.
Christy, Clinton; E. W. (hiss Daven
port; Louise liingston. New York;
M. McArthur, New York; Jacob Ad
ler. New York; Mr. Snyth, New York;
Miss Madamont, NewYork: Miss Gil
ford, New York; Mr. ami Mrs. Wyley,
New York; W. It. Morris, New York;
Daniel Torrence, New York; M.
Smith, New York; W. Fitzgerald, New
York; W. B. Gilbert, New York; A. L.
Luck, New York; C. Miller. New
York; F. Milton, New York; T. Gil
more, New York; C. Yotz, New York;
Miss McNabb, New York; Miss Mc
Neel, New York; W. H. Lorenz and
wife. New York; Lester Brown. New
York; Miss Bouten, New York; Miss
Hunting, New York; Fred Itoberts,
New York; N. Brooks, New York; B.
Barry. New York; E. F. Kellogg, Peo
ria; Ella West, New York; George
XelT, New York; E. It. Musen. Peoria;
J. M. Karr, Peoria: C. H. Hemphill.
St. Louis; J. S. Black and wife, Prince
ton; E. A. Biggins. New York; George
Holton. Iowa City: Miss K. 15. Itob
erts, New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Castle, New York; Yiolet Boss. New
York; Hulda Lcroy, New York; Ber
nice Hart, New York; Ethel South
gate, New York; Katherine 'Willard,
New York; Edward Ma vie. New York;
W. I. Tryon, New York: T. E. Baugh
ani, Chicago; Frank C. Henry. Mo
line; J. M. Dunell, New York; F. W.
Chamberlin, Burlington; G. L. Thom
as, Peoria; M. L. Murphy. Chicago;
J. J. Johnson, Chicago; B. B. Cuncliffe,
Cincinnati; J. L. Kelly, Boston; H. C.
At the Itoek Island J. II. Meach
am, Pittsburg, Pa.; Dr. W. H. Ken
nedy, St. Louis; W. A. Milne, Chicago;
It. L. Compbell, Henry; W. IS. Yoor
hees. New York; E. Kerns, New York;
T. Bradley, Toledo; (Filbert Warfield,
New York; II. C. Midlinger, New
York; Bessie Barry. New York: Yiolet
Brooks, New York; Miss Gil more,
New York; A. L. Jacobs, New York;
Frank Clink-. Springfield; B. F. Har
rison, Louisville; It. (J. Knox, Chicago;
Mrs. N. E. Ives, (Jalesburg; W. E.. Ly
on, Chicago; J. T. Ellis. Kalamazoo;
D. Donaldson, Orion; Albert Fetter,
La Crosse; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemer,
New York; Jimmie Yonson, New
York; Lillian Manola, New York: Gus
Plxley. New York; W. II. Schilling,
New York; Philip Bartz. New York;
Joe Brown, New York; Frederick
Webber, Cleveland; Herbert Curtis,
Richmond, Vn.; Stephen Hoyt, New
York; Asa Steele, New York; Mrs.
Edna Ewens, New York; Miss Jos
ephine Yictor, New York; J. (J. T5 ram
wall, New York; O. D. liaily, Table
Grove; Otto Gillig, Peoria.
I oe Grea-m,
Place your order with us and get
the purest and richest ice cream in
the tri-cities. 'Phone west 1241. Tri
City Milk fc Butter company, Rock
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if neglected. They can
be Boon broken up by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. All drrggists.
First of Series of Meetings Held
at Broadway Pres
byterian. H. E.
Rev. O. W. Lawrence Conducts Ser
vice at Memorial
The first of a series of temperance
meetings to be held under the 'aus
pices of the Young People's societies
of the Broadway, Central and United
Presbyterian, First -Methodist, First
Baptist. and Memorial .Christian
churches was held last evening at the
Broadway Presbyterian church.
James Payne, of Chicago, who was 1o
have delivered the main address,' fail
ed to reach the city.
By chance it hapH-ned that H. E.
Chapman, also of Chicago, and one of
the national organizers of the Gideon
baud, was stopping over Sunday here
and he was called upon to speak. Mr.
Chapman delivered a very interesting
address and one' that deeply impress
ed his hearers. O. L. Benwny presided
at the meeting and Itev. W. S. Marquis
The meetings of this nature will be
held monthly and the one for March
will be held at the First Baptist
EnellHh Evangelist Iierf.
Itev. C. Fenwick Iteed. the English
evangelist, addressed two large con
gregations at the First Methodist
church yesterday. Those who heard
him were well pleased, as he is an
earnest, forceful anil interesting
speaker, lie wil conduct services at
the First Methodist church all this
week, the meetings beginning at 7:.K)
each evening. Bev. It. 15. Williams,
the pastor, will assist him.
Other Church Notes.
Itev. O. W. Lawrence, of Brookticld,
Mo., yesterday filled the pulpit at the
Memorial Christian church morning
and evening'. I.'ev. Iawrence is a flu
ent and effective talker and his con
gregations were appreciative.
John Uuford post, (J. A. It., at Sat
urday evening's regular meeting ac
cepted an invitation to attend serv
ices in observance of the birthday of
Washington at the First Baptist
church next Suudav.
A Klsht Alarm
Worse than an alarm of fire at
night is the brassy cough of croup,
which sounds like the children's
death knell, and it means death un
less something is done quickly. Fol
ey's Honey and Tar never fails to give
instant relief and quickly cures the
worst form of croup. Mrs. 1. In Cor.
dier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: "My
3-year-old girl had a severe case of
croup; the doctor said she could not
live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey
and Tar; the first dose gave quick re
lief and saved her life." Itefuse sub
stitutes. All druggists.
MME. PATTI'S BEAUTY RECIPE.
"Keep the bowels free from refuse."
A dozen ills arise from ignoring this
rule. Wc advise the use of Liver-Lax,
a vegetable little liver pill of highest
merit. 25c box cures. Try to-day.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggls't
Dr. Franklin A. Gardner, physician
at the white house during the Harrison
administration, is dead in Washington
from typhoid fever.
Rubbing with lin iments, blistering, the ap
plication of plasters ; in fact anything that
will produce counter-irritation, is good for
external treatment of Rheumatism, but
these simple remedies do not reach the seat
of the disease nor touch the real cause,
and relief is therefore only temporary.
Rheumatism is due to Uric Acid and
other irritant poisons in the blood, and
as it circulates through the system, these
acid poisons are deposited in the muscles.
joints ana nerves, ana
exposure to night air,
cold east winds, or any
sudden change in the
weather, will bring on
an attack which may
last for a few days or
linger on for months.
Every battle with
3 the blood in poorer
condition, while the
the oils and fluids that lubricate the
muscles and joints, and they become stiff
and sometimes immovable.
Rheumatism, with its sharp, cutting
pains, can never be conquered until the
acid blood has been cleansed and puri
fied, and all irritating substances neutral
ized and filtered out of the system, and
nothing does this so promptly and effec
tually asS.S. S. Under the purifying
and tonic effects of this vegetable rem
edy the blood is made pure, the general
health is rapidly built up and the sufferer
obtains happy relief from the torturing,
nagging pains of Rheumatism.
matism before it
makes you a ner
cripple, or pain
Write for our special book on Rheuma
tism, which will be sent. free.
Thi Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold In balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell .
something' Just as good."
m i i " " rfsi
15he BURTIS OPERA
Da-venport, Tviesda.y Everting,
&e Tri-City Press
The famous English explorer,
tonished the scientific and com;iuercial woiVIs a journey overland
Illustrated by over 100 stereopticon iews made from photographs while on au expedition through
SIHERIA,-by special invitation 01 the Czar, to visit the prisons of SIHEItIA and give to the -world an unlii-
ased opinion of 'the exile system. " S
15he Scientific Event of the Season.
The appearance here of JAMES WIHTCOM1! It I LEY and Silt ltOlJISItT BALL, under the auspices of
the Press Club, is sufficient guarantee o"T the character of this entertainment.
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere a
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to bo first
class in every respect. If -you are in
need of a set of teeth call and .e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee H
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling , 25C
Platinum filling 5GC
Silver fillings S0C
Gold fillings, f 1 and up $1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and np 5.G0
fl5 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
You'll Find It Here
and Vegetables always on hand,
line of fancy and staple Grocer
ies. A full line of fresh Fruits
and eYgetables always on hand.
Celery. Green onions.
Pannv. Head Lettuce.
Oyster 1'lant. Ej?g Plant,
Brussel prouts New Peas.
Leaf Lettuce. Turnips.
Cauliflower, Wax Beans.
Musto rooms. Carrots. Beets.
Squash. Ureen Bean
Spinach, Sweet Potatoes,
Spanish On'.ons, Lek,
Kohl Kabl. Pie Plant,
Bermuda Onions, Kgg Plant,
Eating and Cooking Apple
Navel Orange. l-'loritla Oranges
Poultry Jxnd Fish.
Dressed Chickens Fresh Fish
Turkeys. Bucks. Geese.
Canned Oybtcn. Bulk Oysters
SpriDg Chickens dressed to order
1620 8e.ond Are. Pboii. 1031.
The Most Perfect
That Can Be Found Is
cures all kinds of blood trouble, Livet
end Kidney trouble, ,Catarrah and Rheu
matism, by acting on the blood, liver and
kidneys, by purifying the blood, and con
tains medicines that pass off the ira
purities. . ', . .
For 6al cosi Guaranteed. Only By
HAKPEB HOUSE FHAH1LA.CY. "
Clvib Announces the Special Engagement of
Under the Direction of Matj. J.
traveler and author, who has lately
PARIS TO NEW YORK
AT ILLINOIS SMOKER. PRICES 50 AND 75 CENTS
Our Work and the Bill...
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i pr:i-:sci;iiTiox druggists.
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H. E. CASTEEL,
I Central Trust and Savings Bank
' ' ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
t INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW. t
Capital Stock. SloaOOa Fonr Fer Ceat Interest Paid on Depofllta J
X Trust Department
J Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart-
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
J the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad-
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates. J
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
J agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
niimm i i -mi iiiiinHMiiHiiiiUHiiiiiiiiimtt
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
VUKTKAVTOK AMU BCILDCK.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
; wiil .be done promptly. , Work : guaranteed satisfactory.
8bop Ttilrty-cond 8cret and Fourteenth Atiii. Ftaon 157 9 Wm
R. G. S
accomplished a feat that has as-
will stand comparison will l
tlie ljest of 'ein The work
is as near perfection as hu
mans can attain tlic price
therefore as cheap as any
body should expect. We d o
all kinds of sanitary plumb
ing and gas fitting, and
charge you not immoder
ately. Let us estimate on
your next necessity in our
114 West Seventeenth St.
A kkliap.li: i:i:.mi:dy
OF OUil OWN MAKE.
Its merit has been proven time
after time in scores of cases,
and we guarantee satisfactory
results from its use. Tahe the
rigrht remedy at the right time.
It has helped others and will
THICK 2o AND iOc.
Prepared only by llartz & Ul
soi tui:nth:tii street.
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r i I X . . C t i 1 I i 1 I T
You'll not s'e a sii-n of sel- J
iiiunt or any iitlier impurity in
the whiskies and brandies pur
chasable hen- nothing but the
pure old stuff. Hut whisky and
brandy are not the only things
we sell wines and liipiors and
cordials of eery name and de
scription Worthy the name of'
"good goods" wet goods, of
Retail Liquor Store.
Market Square, Corner Seven
teenth Street and Third
II II ltTW"lMHtHl I I
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. 6IMMOX,