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THE AflGTTS, FBIDAY, JUNE 12, 1903.
Fair and slightly warmer
tonight' and Saturday.
J. M. BHKKI KIl.
TemperatnwAt 7 r. m 47;
at;2:30 p. in
cl T V CHAT.
P.ieyeles :il Dynes.
Zazaro. I'nion cig-;ir. '
Hynes ropuirs wbels.,r , . .
Ftr innranfV, K.' , T .'-'Burns.
Buy tt lionie of Iieidy Bros,
flasoline stoves at Wilcher's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros, renovate mattresses.
For real estate anil insurance, E. J.
All the latest in men's hats at (Iuk
tafxon A HayesV
The 'finest lutti"aiil fruit k&'a(
Maueker & Tumi's.
Women's $;J kill shoes $t.GS for'Sat
urluy at MeCa foe's.
5 boys' knee pant suits for $3.7.
Si.uimevs & 1 .a Ye lie.
Little jcnt's shoes $1 at Louie's; ev
ery -pair g-uaranteeil. '
Wash trousers for fooys HZ eents at
Soiuniers tXr liVelIe"s.
Dressed sprin- anil olil chickens at
Hess Pros', tomorrow.
Young1 and olil ilresseil chickens at
Women's summer vests 2 cents each
Saturday at McCa foe's.'
Fashionable chitTon hats at half for
Saturday at McC'abe's. ,
Peanut caramels 10 cents a pound
Saturday t McC'a foe's.
A full line of ehiKIreVs slippers at
light prices at Louie's.
Watermelons ami muskmeloiis at
II ess Bros, tomorrow.
.lust received, a fori? lot of little In
dian suits. The London.
Plenty of extra fancy st raw berries
:it Hess Bros, tomorrow.
Plenty of fancy stra wherries tomor
row at Maueker & Tonn's.
Women's IS cent white feet hose 10
cents Saturday at Mfl'alieV.
Our $10 and $l-."0 suits are rcat
values. Summers o: LaVelle.
Two special drives in handkerchiefs
in Mv'(.'afo; ad for Saturday.
Plenty "f fresh fruits and vegeta
bles at Hess Bros, tomorrow.
Shine. 5 cents, at the New Pauitori
uni Club, PJO'J Second avenue.
$t buys' suits $.1. Saturday, last day
-f sale. Summers & LaVelle.
Special- prices on alltdiihlreiTs hats
this week at Byrnes" millinery.
Straw hats, all the latest styles,
from "0 cents up. at the London.
Eveiythini in fruits anil vegetables
at Harris fc (Jauley's tomorrow.
Plenty of diessed spring and old
chickens at II. Tremann's Sons.
The Polly Perkins, puffed foy every;
body, is. the best . cent smoke in town.
For tin and furnace work see II. 'T.
ienion, 15G Fourth avenue, Union
$.'! boys' coat and pant suits for
Saturday, Summers & LaVelle.
Plenty of fancy dairy butter 172
cents per pound at Maueker Kr Tonn's.
Fresh cut carnations, 10 cents a
dozen, at McCahe's all day Saturday.
For fine summer shirts in all colors
nml stripes, see (Justafsori & Hayes".
Boys vacation shoes, 00 cents, s.zes
2 to ." worth .fl.25. Battles' shoe
Everything in the line of fresh
fruits and vegetables at Maueker it
ilest photos at McMarn's, Twenty-
v.ooi. convenient, stylish Shirt Waists in India lawn, pongee, vesting,
muslin, etc., cash or credit
V! 75c to $3.50.
Clothing on Credit
Stylisii, seasonable Clothing, Hats and Shoes for men, women and
children, on easy terms' of payment, at cash store prices f rom fac
tory to family, through 40 stores. ' '
f. LoLdies Suits 25 Per Cent Off.
We have cut the price of every Ladies' Spring Suit in the store
just 25 per cent. Don't miss these bargains
All JplO Suits. now
All 13 Suits, how
Ladies Spring Coats
Ladies' Shirt Wedst
Dainty Suits 'in pongee-. linen,
madras, brilliantine. hop sack
ing and percale, very stylish
asfi or credit-'
S3.50 to S1875.
third street. Keduced prices to stu
Men's latest shnpes, four styles, lin
en collars, 7 cents, all izes. Saturday
t at McCafoe's.
See what we offer in negligee shirts
for .10 and "0 cents, extra good values.
Stein-Bbich company suits see the
$15 yrades; line fit. stylish cut. Sum
mers Sl LaVelle.
'.Manhattan and Emery negligee
shirts, they are the foes.t. for sale onl.v
at the London. ,
4 All colors of underwear, black, blue
and Dink. 50 cents a irarment. mhii-
tners & LaVelle.
Attend the great clearing sale of
trimmed hats at Mrs. LaFrenz's Fri
day and Saturday.
Fi r Saturday only, 0 per cnt di
count off of anv child's suit iu the
store. The London.
CO cents buvs a canvas bievcle shoe
for foovs, worth $1.2.1. Battles. shoe
store. Saturday only.
If veil want shoes that are not shelf
worn or out of date, call at Louie's,
:f21 Twentieth street.
Now is the time to get a bargain in
a seasonable hat at Mrs. LaFren's
sale Friday and Saturday.
The business college at Augusta na
will close the spring term June 17
tfith appropriate exercises.
For Saturday, one lot of the best .10
cent underwear in town for 37 cents.
You know us. The London.
Come early before the sizes are
gone boys outing shoes, CO cents; a
$1.25 shoe. Battles' shoe store.
Canvas bicycle hoes for boys, leath
er sole and leather trimmed, 00 cents,
worth $1.25. Battles' shoe store. '
l.ooo men, women and children are
wanted to try our orange phosphate.
Qa node's pharmacy. Twentieth street.
Beduetion of 20 per cent ot? of any
child's suit in the store for Saturday
only at the big blue front. The Lon
don. We will place on sale for Saturday
only 100 boys suits at .10 cents on the
dollar. Be on ""time. (lustafson .
Hayes. Cheaper than going barefooted. 00
ems for leather sole bicycle shoes
for boys, a $1.2.1 shoe. P.attles shoe
100 kne pants suits will be on sale
for Saturday nly at half price, sizes
from ? to 1.1 years, ('ustafson
Charles Miller, express, transfer and
piano mover. Pianos handled with
care. Xo. HOG Sixth avenue. New
Kudora Refoekah lodire. Xo. 73. will
glre a card party at Odd Fellows' hall
Friday evening, .lime 12. Admission.
15 cents, including refreshments. . All
f riends invited.
Those popular ami fashionable black
or white chiffon hats, trimmed by Mc
Cafoe's foest artists, up to $4 values, 20
of them Saturday at $1.07 each. Take
your choice while these 20 last for
$1.07. Xo mistake; no misprint $1.07.
All the Bock Island Odd Fellows
will particulate in the parade at Mo
line tomorrow afternoon, to foe held
in connection with the meeting of the
Patriarchs Militant that began in that
city today. The lodges from this city
will foe accompanied ly Bleuer's foand.
W. H. Tafoor, press agent of the
great IJinglmg Pros, shows, was in
the city today making arrangements
for the apjiearance of that circus here
Tuesday, duly 7. The show is grow
ing each year and presents some sen
sational features this iK-ason that are
Fishermen have been landing some
pretty large specimens at the Milan
dam in Pock river lately. Recently
Will and Arthur Nice caught three
catfish that together weighed 1L0
pounds. The largest was a beauty
and tipped the beam at 50 pounds. A
number r.-f others have landed fish
All $18 Suits, now
25 Per Cent Off.
Men's Summer Suits
Nobby Blue Serges from $10 to
$1S Suits in cheviots and
worsteds, finely made, good
$7 to $22
107 E. Second St.,
Through to 123 Brady,
; Davenport, Iowa'. '
weighing from 0 to 40 pounds during
the past few weeks.
Word has reached here that Greer
Fry, a young man formerly employed
as k it chimin on the Bock Island in
this city. Was injured while working
at. the en me. calling near Chicago sev
eral days ago. His father, .John Fry,
who is vardmaster for the D., K. 1. &
X. W. hi Davenport, is with him.
The Lilw (lerman Sisters will hold
their annual "bird shoot" .lime 20 at
Hufoer's garden. The parade of the
children decked out in t he habiliments
appropriate to the occasion will start
fr m Turner hall at 0 o'clock in the
morning. If the weather, should foe
unfavorable the date will be postpon
ed one week, till June 27.
A catalogue containing a list of the
supplies needed at 'Bock Island ar
senal during the next year and repre
senting material that will cost over
$1,000,000 has just been completed un
der the direction of Maj. S. E. Blunt
Bids are now being received, the fur
nishing of the things named begin
ning July 1. It Is expected that there
will lie between 500 and OUO bidders.
The Minna club gave supjer Wed
nesday evening at Black Hawk Inn in
honor of Miss lone Shearer. The fact
that there were 13 at table did not
prevent the young ladies from thor
oughly enjoying the feast and the so
cial pastimes that followed it. The
members of the Minna club are: The
Misses liii kman. Pirie. Man ney. Fan
nie Shearer, Westphal, I'llemeyer, Ag
nes Bleuer, Meyers. Kodelius, Xessler,
Chapman and Hasson.
Sprlla fur Natardnr.
Men's pure linen hemstitched hand
Ladies' initial hemstitched hand
$4 black or white chiffon hats, $1.07.
Women's lSe white feet hose, 10c.
Ladies $1.50 China silk parasols. 07c.
Women's $3 kid shoes, one day. $1.0S.
Peanut caramels, per 11., lOc.
Men's fine linen dress collars, four
styles, all sizes, one da, 7c,
Men's 1.1c black socks, 7'L-c.
Ladies' summer vests, 2c.
Cane and split seat chairs, C9.
Pure linen 10c bleached 'crash. 7',-l.c.
Mangenet and tie triple perfumes.
10c three-sewed house brooms. 10c.
Music iu the evening.
ARE YOU SATISFIED?
ir Not. What Itettor Proof Cat) Kork la
laud Kesltlenta Auk For?
This is the statement of a Bock Isl
and citizen. The testimony of :
neighbor. You can readily investigate
it. The proof should convince you.
John Mager, of 22: Eighteenth
street, proprietor of the architectural
iron anil brass works, says: "They
was uch terrible pain through my
kidneys that I could ,ha.rrt!y sit down
or get up without suffering from
sharp shooting pains through my
foack. In the morning I often was so
lame and sore that I could not get up
and I was practically rolled out o
foed, and more than once mv wife has
assisted me to get up. I had my at
tention called to Doan's Kidney Pills
and got a box at Marshall & Fisher's
drug store. .V few doses seemed to
relieve me, and as I continued taking
the remedy the pains grew lews, ami
after using one box I was nearly free
from them. I got a second foox, and
before I had finished it the trouble
For sale by all dealers. Price. .10
cents per box.
Foster-Milfourn company. Buffalo
X. Y.. sole agents for the United
Beniemher the name Doan's and
take no other.
To Whom It MirConwrn.
Notice is hereby giveu that the co
partnership heretofore existing tin
der the firm name and style of Dan
iels & Co. has this day been dissohed
The undersigned. .1. M. Daniels. V. II
Daniels and W. II. II. Daniels, will
continue the business, to whom all
accounts owing said firm will be pay
able and who will assume all liabilities
of said copartnership.
Dateil at Hock Island, III., this 12th
day of June. A. D. 1003.
.7. M. DAN I BUS.
Wi ll. DAN I MLS.
II. II. DAMKLS.
L. B. ALDIJHTi.
Use Allen's Foot Kane.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nerv
ous and hot, and get tired easily. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Kase. It Cools
the feet, and makes valking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
today. Sold by 'all druggists and
shoe stores for 25 cents. Trial pack
age free. Address Allen S. Olmstead.
Le Koy, N. Y.
W'm Wanting Away.
The following letter from Bobert R.
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney dis
ease for the last five years. I lost
llesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and now I am sound and
well." All druggists. -
For OrerHtstr Yearn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain,, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.' 25
cents a bottle. . r
MRS. FULLER WINS
Captures ladies' Preliminary
Golf Match With Score
MKS. SXINNEB SETS LOW MAEK
Serving Itefreahiueiitt to Be Made a
1 tegular Feature Here
after. The winner of the ladies fortnight
ly handicap match at the arsenal golf
club yesterday was Mrs. Law son M
Fuller, i.f the arsenal, with a net score
of 105. .Mrs. C. P. Skinner, of Moline
playing from scratch, maile a score
of 124, which is the record for the
season and gives Mrs. .Skinner posses
sion of best score medal until that
score is beaten in a match.
An interesting departure from the
ordinary match day routine was the
serving of liyht refreshments at the
club house to the players and specta
tors by the ladies at the arsenal. It
is the intention to make this a regular
feature of the future matches iu or
der to stimulate interest in the-game
amongst the fair golfers and to ac
centuute the social side of the game
The meuifoers of the club are to take
turns in acting as hostesses on these
occasions. At the next woman's ham!
icap match, to be played dune 25, this
feature will foe in charge of Mesdaiue
Hutterworth. Cad v. C. P. Skinner and
W. L. Yelie, of Moline.
The summary of yesterday's game
(iross. Hdcp. Net.
Mrs. L. M. Fuller 145 40 105
Mrs. C. P. Skinner 124 u 124
.Mrs. Frank Mixter ...145 20 125
Miss (irace 141 14 127
Mrs. V. II. Martin 12S I) 12S
Miss Preston 150 20 l.'!0
Mrs. (, 1). Dunn 104 '.'A i::o
Mrs. F. I. Allen 1 1:$ 12 L51
Mrs. C. T. Williams. . .KHi (I i:;0
Mrs. C. K. Stephens. ..177 40 L17
Mrs. 1). T. Kofoinson 10:5 25 lHS
Miss Kli.afoeth Xott...l4:i 0 14.1
Mrs. Harry Ainsworth I'M ::u 104
I'niinishcd Miss Alice Kuhnen. Miss
( lark. Mrs. Mary Call.
Mrs. Kllen Bonev died rather sud
denly last cwring at her home in An
dalusia from the effect of a stroke o:
paralysis. She was not thought to be
in a critical condition, iu fact, she
was able to foe afootit the house short
ly before her demise. Her younges
daughter. Miss Maud Bonev. was tak-
11 ill and a physician was summoned.
The excitement appears to have been
more t han t he mot her s weakened sys
tem could w it list and. and while t he phy
sician was in the house she suffered
an attack that proved fatal in a few
Deceased was about 70 years of stgc
and was one of the pioneers of the
lower end of the county. She was the
willow of the late Samuel Bonev. who
passed away about fifteen years ago.
The surviving inemfoers of the family
are three sons and three daughters.
Matthew, Milton, Catherine and Maud
Honey 'and Mrs. Cornelia Stew art, of
Andalusia, and William Bonev. of
Oquuwka. Three sisters also live in
.ndalusia or vicinity. Mrs. Mary Rob
erts. Mrs. Flora Oldham and Miss
I! m ma Freeman.
A telegram was received by .1. W.
(avanaimh last evening announcing
that Albert Hurley, the former resi
dent of this city who was shot by a
guard in the Hood district at Kansas
City Tuesday night, had died of his
wound. Mr. Cavanaugh left on a late
train for Kansas City with the expec
tation of bringing the remains to this
city for interment.
Mr. Hurley was about 40 years of age
and is survived only by his wife, who
is in Kansas City, and his aged moth
er, Mrs. Mary Hurley, who makes her
home with Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Cav
anaugh. Deceased spent the greater
part of his life in this city and was
for a number of years i the employ
of the Rock Island road here, follow
ing the same vocation after his re
moval to Kansas City i: years ago.
and later embarking in the saloon
business. He and his wife left this
city only five weeks ago after having
attended the funeral of the hitter's
mother. Mrs. Sarvcv.
Laillen and Children Invited.
All ladies and children who cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited to
try the famous Little Early Risers.
They are different from all other
pills. They do not purge the system.
Kven a double dose will not gripe,
weaken or sicken; many people call
them the Easy Bill. W. II. Howell,
Houston, Texas, says nothing better
can be used for constipation, sick
headache, etc. Bob Moore, Lafayette,
Ind., says all others gripe and sicken,
while I)eWitt's Little Early Risers do
their work well and easy.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Riess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Ten Year In Ited.
B. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For 10 years I was confined
to my bed with disease of my kid
neys. It was so severe that I could
not move part of the time. I consult
ed the very liest medical skill availa
ble, but could get. 110 relief until Fo
ley's- Kidney Cure was recommended
to me. It has been a God-send to
me." All druggists.
'' lS0gsx hygienic
" ' I ' '"- E wneat 's
vi'i f7 7' Vx '?' ;
CHl'OXIC .MAI. i: AM) 1 r.MAl.i: ILLS
TO STAY I ' I; i:i AT KOCK
The fame of the HH-,io:il staff of
the Illinois X-IIAY Iiilit iiia ry, v ith Dr.
J. Ah in llorne us l-eiilent. is posi
tively untiiutehet! in Ihe slate by that
of any oilier body of melieal special
ists. There is irood reason for this
they cure the most desperate chronic
cases after thev have been abnmlon-
pi IUx. wri
SI0 X-Ray Examination Abso
lutely Free Until June 10.
ed by other physicians as incurable.
i ml their hiyh professional reputation
is therefore merited.
These physicians treat a certain
class of diseases and (online their
practice to them alone.
They treat and cure all Chronic.
Xervoiis and Oriranic Diseases of both
men and women.
Their methods of diagnosis anil
treatment are scientifically in advance
of ail ordinary methods in medicine
and surirerv. Thev are masters of all
pelvic weaknessess and diseases, as
they affect the male and female, and
of Xcurast henia (nervous exhaustion)
Premature Decline. Catarrh in all
its forms. Hemorrhoids (pilesl. and
ther Ilectal Diseases. Kupture. Vari
cose Veins. Affections of the lb-art.
I.unjjs, Stomach. Liver' Kidneys. Wad
er, etc. Women and men alike praise
this medical siaff.
Dr. .1. Alvin Home and staff, the
president of the Illinois X-K AY In
firmary, may he seen ami-interviewed..
FKKI-: MKDICAL SKKVICE.
For a limited period Dr. llorne and
his staff have determined to give their
services free to the alllictcd (medi
cines excepted.) These services con
sist of consultation, examination, (bl
inding X-Kay) and advice. Also mi
nor surgical operations will be per
formed free of charge when they :;rc
found to be necessary, however, the
unusual skill of Dr. llorne renders
surgical procedure a rare necessity.
His original methods have supplanted
surgery in very many diseases that
were formerly curable only through
the use of the knife.
Consultations and Examinations are
FKKI-J at the Illinois X-IIAY Infirm-
Write or call for free :ihice. Ad
J. ALVIN HORNB. M. D.
AND ASSOCIATE PHYSICIAN'S
TJooms -If, ;-.(). 51. Mitchell ifr I.ynde
Building, liock Island.
Hours 9 to 12. 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Sun
days 0 to 1 1 a. m.
This is t lie
iroa Compa-y 1903
C. l. CH ini:ilLIN, Agent,
r Itate only "J Year per 1.000
-. .' V..a"v. J
tilt i-i ihJli
I Delicious Dessert
CIS Shrttifff lr2in7 lrhfit Jlttrntf ie mi At In tVi a
and scientific food laboratory in the world.
spun into light shreds, containing thousands
e.iiu is not crusnea nai ana aense as in tne
loods. These pores absorb the digestive juices
greater surface for their action than is given by
The following simple 'course before coffee" is much In vopue with
club men everywhere. The simplicity of preparation and the little
cost, together with the delicious table ot the compotes, make this
dessert in rare (avor in the home.
USE SEASONABLE FRUIT AND
tor sauce (or bananas or mixed fruit) and
when serving, arrant halves in layers covered with fruit and add sutfar ana whipped creurn.
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT BISCUIT is sold by all rrocers.
S?nd for "The ViUl tiuest-ion" (HeciiH.s, illustrated in colors) FREE. Address
THE NATURAL FOOD CO..
"ffVTZ olYo.v a, special term ot ci?l it weeks
Ix-imiin June 15 a.rd closing
Avigust 10. in all Commercial Branches.
An excellent opport unity for teacliers and
advanciid sttidtriits to acquire a liili-elass,
inoiit?3'-cariiii) education. Call or write
i r terms.
Brown's Business College
'ROCK I S L A T . ILL.
Boys' and Girls' :!
Oxfords Slippers 'i
THE B O S T O
-' ' '?L-
1721 Second Averwie
The dreariest household drudgery is to
carry coal and ashes to and from stoves
and grates. No need to do this penance
w here Hot-Water or Steam System
is used only .one fire., to care for,
located just next the coalbin ; and so
Allen, Myers 6c Co
IDEAL BolUrs and
case 01 other
and provide far
any other food.
Split and sliphtly toast the Biscuit, then
serve with berrieM, sliced ieaches. bananas
or any seasonable truit. Siiuple, isn't itr
Your .verdict will be
For Shortcake 'With sharp knife
h;lve the SHKKODKD WHOLE WIIKAT
H1SCU1T lenifthwtse: preixire pineapple as
Niagara Falls. N. Y.
h-i-hw -i-i-t-x- -w-!-:-:-
vi: snow this seasox
A YK1JY LA UiiV. VAKIKTY
or Yor.(i ij-:oplk's low
( I TS ( X KO P D S AM)
SLIPI'KKS MADK'lX UKC
I'LAU LKATHEKS ALSO
PAKEFOOT SANDALS FOR
( HILDI'EX APE NEW AND
SEXSIP.LE AT SAME TIME,