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TiLB AltetJS, T1IUBSDAY, OCTOBER. 1, 1903.
TROUBLE SN FAMILY
Col, Walker and Others of Yates
Staff Must Buy New
4IA"VE tSECEIVED THEIR OEDEES
To I'roci el in I he ''Tailor to the
OuKtrnor" ami be
, (5iv. Yates, is having something of
an iiiMirrection of a military nature
to fjuell right in his ollicial family.
Ilis colonels are up in arms because
of sin order that lias gone forth that
they must forthwith discard their
present expensive uniforms and pro
ceed to the "tailor to the governor"
in Chicago and be measured for uni
forms of new design. The pathetiu
tale which the colonels ar telling on
the abject is one illustrative of the
uncertainties of polities and the trou
bles, iinancial and otherwise, of those
who would shine before their fellows
in all the magnificence of -uniform
and sword. It is too serious a matter
to lie passed 13" lightly. '
- When the members- of the staff
were "first appointed each colonel
helped to swell the bank account of
L'neolii Park Commissioner Hirsch,
( Chicago, "by special appoint inent
tailor to 'the governor," as is adver
tised in England, by purchasing from
him the resplendent uniforms in
which they appear when state ocea
Mons call them out. Kach une figur
ed that with care and proper precau
tions " against mollis these uniforms
would last the four years- covered by
the commissions they held. The pre
sumption turned out to be well taken,
and as a rule these uniforms are to
t!av nenrly as good as new.
Hut the other day orders came from
Nothing Better Than
&5a$k irMwf '(a-4
2. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1
Those who st uly most oilifjently while yet younj;
Are thosi litted to hold positions of ease when old.
Special ffofice to Students:
Fine'opportueity to master telegraphy in short time. Evening
study. Wages $50 to $150 per. month. High school and busi
ness college graduates especially litted for promotion when
efficient, Genteel work for women,. Course six months. Po
sitions guaranteed. New class commences Oct. 13. ENROLL
AT ONCE. Preliminary inst ructions free. For particulars,
W. F. STOCKMANN. Moline. 111.
Day and Evening Classes.
-Private school on second floor Moline National Hank Building.
? ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
X ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
$ Incorporated Under tlio State Law. 4 Pur Cent
Z Interest Paid on Deposits.
J Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
i J. M. Buford, President. I
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
4ml occupying S, E. eorner oX
MiteueJJ & Lynde's new building.
1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 IB t M t M I
EL E. C A STEEL,
Central Trust t
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Htot-.k. lOO.OOO roar Per Cent Interest IUt on Depolt
Estates 'and property of all kinds are managed by thi depart-
4 tnent, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
j the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Al-
J luinistrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General tnaaetal
J agent for non-rtsidents, women, invalids and others.
Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND. LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
MbUufboturec of WINTER'S CELEhli A TED BiTJ'KKt ;
t- "; l8-iai8 Thlrtf AVenuel 'feotk lslantf, 11L . v
headquarters that they must be dis
carded and new ones purchased at
oree. Hence the trouble.
W1U Ifjtv Little Use for New Dada.
Now while the colonels would not
feel so badly about this, additional
expense if they were, just entering
upon their duties with four years of
service ahead of them, the existing
uncertainties are such that they hate
like fury to dig up the expense, aud
they cannot get out of it without ad
mitting that there is an uncertainty
in the matter of the Yates tenure of
ofliec at Springfield, and this would
never do. So the only alternative is
to obey the mandate of his ofliciaj
highness, "the tailor to the governor,"
and if you see Col. Walker out bright
and early some morning making the
rounds of the second hand stores
with a mysterious, bundle under his
arm. you will know what it means.
He is- simply making his old uniform
go as far as it will on the new.
Sept. :;0. Andrew C. flow to Wil
liam IJ. Kvans. e o feet, lot 12, block
:, llealey's subdiv., Moline, $750.
Mathias I'llemeyer to Louis I'lle
nieyer, lots 1 and 2, block 2, Dav
enport's Fourth add., Rock Island, $1,
300. Cordelia and Edward Xagle to Wil
liam .1. Kranz, s'L-. "e'j, 3-1; nls, swVi,
33. 17, 3e, $7,200. "
Jessie 1. and Robert Harms to E.
II. Guycr, part se'4, nv' 0, 17, lv,
Rpont More Than 1000.
W. Vi. IJaker, of Vlainview, Xeb.,
writes: "My wife suffered from lung
trouble for-15 years. She tried a num
ber of doctors and spent over $1.H0
without relief. She became very low
and lost all hope. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey and Tar and,
thanks to this great remedy, it saved
her life. She enjoys better health
than she has known in 10 years." Re
fuse substitutes. - All druggists.
Call and look through our nw
Fixture Room. New stock.
W. A. ROBB & CO.,
119 IStll St. VrioneWwrt. ir:?H
R. R. Cable,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull,' L. Simon,
E. W. nuret, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hnrt.
! I III I H HI I HII I Mi
H. D. SIMMON,
Savings lank j
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
EMPLOYS A COACH
J. It. Keiasel, the Well Known
ncll Man, to Train
J. 11. Kiessel has been hired to as
sist Mr. Dove in coaching the high
school football team. Mr. Kiessel
played in the Grinnell high school
eleven for four years and as full back
on the Grinnell college team while he
attended that college. He has had
considerable experience in track
work, holding the Iowa high school
championship as long distance run
ner while at school there.
There was a practice game between
the first and second teams last night
at the Twelfth street park, and all
went off well. The team is in excel
lent condition and deserves to be loy
ally supported at the game Saturday.
Next week the girls basketball
teams will begin practice, the Hobs
Tuesday, the Hlue days and Crescents
Thursday, and the Brownies and I.
X. L.V Friday. Miss Udders will
coach all the teams except the I. X.
L.'s, who will be coached by Ralph
Bowling, Oct. 1. There was a base
ball game near the camp grounds
Sunday between Rural aud Taylor
Ridge. Taylor Ridge won 5 to 0.
There will be a sociable at the
home, of Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson,
C. B. Ellis visited in Gilchrist and Yi
Freeman Bingman has returned
home after a three weeks' visit in
Mr. Sharrmann, who is teaching
school in Howling, returned to his
home Friday night.
Miss Irene Rhodes visited Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Ellis Monday.
Sherrard, Oct. 1. O. .L.Mowry and
C. A. Samuelson went to Aledo to at
tend "Squire Wilnierton's trial, as wit
nesses. H. T. Barrett and wife went to Col
chester and Macomb last Thursday to
isit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Elstrom are the proud
parents of a baby girl which arrived
L. T. Haddiek delivered the mail
boxes on the rural route last Monday.
He began carrying today.
Mrs. C. A. Samuelson ami children
returned home Sunday from (iriflin
after a few days visit with Mrs. Sam
nelson's brother, Alex. Lawson, and
Fred Williams and wife moved their
furniture to Soperville last Monday.
Jacob Clark, of Rock Island, re
turned home Saturday aftojr a? few
das visit with relatives and friends
at Sherrard and Cable.
A sums Mueller was in Rock Island
last Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. August Wehling, of Rock Isl
and, returned home Saturday after
three days' visit with her sister, Mrs.
Edward Sandahl, wife and daughter,
of Wakefield, Xeb., came last week to
visit their old home near Svvedona,
anil with relatives and friends around
Invitations are out for a miscella
neous shower to be given by Mrs.
Dick Bell, at Cable, for Thomas Wan
less and Miss Ethel I.ewis Saturday
afternoon, Oct. 3. The wedding will
be Oct. 14, at Cable.
Mrs. Lewis Zude and children are
visiting in the vicinity of Springfield
and will return home Wednesday.
A number in this vicinity attended
the wedding of Miss Maria Wilde and
Amos Brehine, of Cable. Wednesday,
where they were married at 4 o'clock
in the afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. lien
Wilde. Rev. Worrell performed the
Mrs. Jolyi Neave and son .Tames
went to Athens, 111., last week to
visit Mrs. William IIirginson for a
few days. Mr. Xeave went Sunday to
accompany her from there to Spring
field and attend the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Yernan returned
home last Thursday after a six weeks
visit in Colorado, Utah, California, Or
egon and Washington.
Charles Haddiek and John Alexan
der, of Cable, are moving their fami
lies and furniture to Collinsville,
where they will make their home in
Mrs. Matt Logan and son Tim re
turned home from Davenport Monday
after a three weeks visit with. rela
tives and friends.
Marston, Oct. 1. Joseph St ruble
made a business trip to Muscatine
Daniel Hyett and family returned to
their home in Laurel, la., last Mon
day after a two weeks visit in this vi
cinity. They like their location very
much and have prospered in material
things since going to Iowa. Their
many friends here wish them con
Miss Abbie Feldinan is visiting at
the home of Rev. Flanders this week.
Miss- Cecil Struble has been sick
for a few days, but is improving at
James Vehable and family, of La
Junta, Col., is visiting relatives and
old friends in this vicinity. Mr. Ven
nble formerly lived here but went
west about 17 years ago. He is a
blacksmith by trade and has become
an expert in certain lines which" en
ables him to hold an important posi
tion and receive a large salary. II
finds the time has wrought great
changes here, and his friends note as
great a difference in him. . He is at
present stopping at the home of
A. W. Elliott has gone to the Black
Hills to buy sheep. While there he ex
pects to combine pleasure with busi
ness and hopes to at least kill one
Supervisor N. G. Elliott and wife
have gone to Letts, la., to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Ithamar Lamb for a
week. Their sons Alfred and Lteman
are running "bachelor's hall."
Joseph St ruble's carriage team ran
away last Saturday morning, break
ing his sjngle seated buggy pretty
badly. Virgil, his oldest son, was left
to hold the team while Mr. Struble
went into the house, and the team be
came frightened and ran into a wire
fence. One of the horses was badly
scratched but no serious euts seemed
to result from it. Fortunately no one
Cordova, Oet. 1. C. L. Yanderburg
left last Thursday morning for St.
Lou Us Mo., where he will go to work
with a United St:tes suiveying party
along the Mississippi river.
Miss Montgomery, who is teaching
the Hope school, spent Saturday with
friends in Rock Island.
Mrs. W. C. Heany fell from the
porch at her home last Thursday and
injured her right limb, but not seri
ously. Boseo's Trained Wild Animal show
exhibited here Tuesday afternoon and
Miss Young, of Davenport, is visit
ing at the home ff D. Zimmerman.
George Bryan was in Rock Island
fraction ffotcs N
Manager J. F. Lardner, of the Tri
City Railway company, announces
that the ears that are ruuning on the
Longview line will during the next
few days be properly fitted out with
transparencies designating them as
"Longview," instead of bearing the
"South Heights" signs that have been
used since the line was opened. The
ears will also be lifted with orange
colored lights at night to distinguish
them from those ef the other lines in
There has been a vexatious delay
over the delivery of the steel to le
used in the connections of the new
line of the Tri-City company at Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue and
construction work has been hamper
ed. The material came in due time,
but was delivered in Davenport in
stead of in Rock Island. Manager
Iirdner requested the company from
which it was purchased to switch the
ear to this s-ide of the river and in
stead of doing so it was sent back to
Milwaukee, from whence it came. It
made the entire trip before the mis
take was dis-ivered and is now on
tli way back and it is expected will
be here tonight.
The next ears 'manufactured in the
local t-hops of the Tri-City company
will be placed on the Third avenue
line on this side of the river. The
line will be fitted out with the big
double-truckers as rapidly as possible.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis." writes Mrs. W. K. Bavi
land, of Armonk, X. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's Xew Discovery.
Our niece, who haT consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this won
derful medicine and today she is per
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's Xew
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and colds.
r0 cent and $1 bottles guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemever. Trial bottles free.
Dieting: Inrltefl DlHease.
To cure dyspepsia or indigestion it
is no longer necessary to live on milk
and toast. Starvation produces such
weakness that the whole system be
comes an easy prey to disease. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach
and digestive organs to digest and as
similate all of the wholesome food
that one cares to eat, and is a never
failing cure for indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach troubles. Kodol di
gests what you eat---makes the stom
Sold by Harper Jlouse pharmacy;
A. J. Riess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cored In Three
Morton L. Hill, of. Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen a It
most bej-ond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eigh't phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mj-stic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief and
she was able to walk about in three
days. I am sure it saved her life."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second av
enue, Rock Island; Gustav Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
port. Warntnc. Waraln
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers In place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to 'palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
victims. For sale by "all druggists.
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Hemember these lectures arc absolvitely FUEE.
Arrange yoir work so you can attend each day's lecture
Rroiled Sausages, Lettuce Potatoes,
Rroiled F.eefsteak. Beefsteak Fie.
Roston Rahed Deans, Ronton Rrown
Genuine-'Syrilp of FigS5
The Genuine is Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The full name of trie company, California F-"1g Syrup Con
Is printed on the front of e'very package of the genuine.
The Genuine- Syrup of Figs- is for Sale, in Original
Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere
Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita
tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable
dealers. The imitations are known to act injuriously and should
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects.
It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches
. when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed
by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial
effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the
laxative remedy of the well-informed.
Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs
Impllratrd In the KtlllnK'
Bedford. Ind., Oct. 1. Green Fv
ton, Everett Bruce: oud William Dun
can, who were implicated in the Cliaa.
Cain killing by Frank Dorsey Sun
day, were brought befcre Mayor J.
Ilickson Smith. All" testified that they
were Intoxicated at the 'time of tho
shooting and that before the fatal shot
Dorsey was stabbed by Cain. A heavy
fine was given the three and they were
returned to Jail to await the ccUon
of the grand jury.
Combined Af;aint a Combine.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1. A combination
of grocers in Ohio, Indiana and Ken
tucky, with a capital of $3,000,000, has
been organized here. This combina
tion is composed of retail men, some
of them having as many as fifty stores
and its announced purpose is to pro
tect itself from the reeunt combina
tion of the wholesale grocers.
Trainer Attaokel by a Lion.
Marshaltown. Ia!., Oet. 1. Colonel
E. F. J. Goldsmith, trainer for the
Otto Wild Animal shows, on exhibi
tion here, Mas attacked by a lion while
In the cage giving a performance. His
hand was bitten and his arm terribly
lacerated. He was 'rescued by an as
sistant, f... " '
- fr r -. t
llavo secured at a jxreat expense
tlio services of
MtsFjr Inna Virginia Miller,
Graduate of tlit? Boston Cooking' Scliool,
lecturer and demonstrator of cookery,
who will fjive daily Free demoiioj ration
Morvdey Oct. 5
And Continuing For Two Weeks.
You are cordiaLlly Invited to Attend
a.nd Bring Your Friends.
FIRST WEEK'S DEMONSTRATION
Tonnilo Cup Salad, Roiled Salad Dieting.
SUEJECT food and fuel economies.
SUBJECT- NEW ENGLAND DISHES
Dread New England Fish Ralls, Doughnuts, Squash Fauclioiinet tes,
Chop Feed Paste.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
rWCE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
THE USE OF SHQWCR
Davit Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New
w . w -run no Aiimzn
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Perhaps yo"u do. We've got it to loan on everything. Also some great bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in (jy3 k. rT'amond ring. Siegcl
Uajo oflke, 320 Twnttifth Btreet. Th one 633 brown. "
M ARK ETI N(l
FOOD AND FUEL IXONOMIHS
NEW EN (i LAND DISHES
A REQUEST IMJOdKAM
Fin Wheel Fieuit.
Chocolate Cream Pudding
- lC" "f - T i
You can see
them at our
6148. 112 West Seventeenth. St.
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