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THE ABOUB, MONUAT, NOVEMBER 9 1903.
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a jooj . ciprar. If you have not
tried our -jars you have yet to
Jenrn what really good cigars
lire never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice, in cig-ars, to
bneco, pipes and smoker's arti
ples give us a call.. .
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
Ucngston Ulock, 1T0G Second Ave
with its lovely seaside resorts,
orange groves, beautiful gar
dens and quaint old mission
towns is visited every
year by thousands of
tourists who travel
over the Union
Pacific, b e c n use
it Is the best
San Francisco from '
Omaha sixteen hours
ahead of all competitors.
It is the only line running
Four Persona My Conducted Ex
cursions to California every week
For full information call on
W. G. NEIMYER, C. A.
193 South Clark St.,
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DR.S. DAVIS a BATES
The new Doctors With a New Science That
C U RES.
twt r-tr rw'n Sciences have for thir
IN eUlO PCI XI iy CXTiKX object, and do what they claim
r t. 4.1 -,1 rt1rtr -he removal of NkliVOUF
(JpntnalmOlOgy . FRESSU1IE ami STRAIN from
the NERVOUS SYSTEM, and NATURE CURES.
We have the latest the surest the best known method of Heal
ing all Functional Disorders. We treat Cross-Eyes, Headache, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion. Constipation, Female Disorders, Nervous and
Functional Disorders of every mime and nature till on a positive
guarantee, and without any additional expense to the patient. We
use NO DRUGS, nor any other foolish pretense of cure, but actually
get at the trouble remove the Muse, and let Nature Cure as she
always docs, if all obstructions are removed. We KNOW HOW to re
move all strain and pressure from impinged nerves and nature cures.
You want to COME TO SEE AND CONSULT US. Don't fail. We
are at Suite 42, in Mitchell & Lynde building. Take elevator. Come
at once, for we mean what we sny, and if we fail to cure, we will re
fund 3011 ever- cent you pay us for treatment.
DBS, DA VIS & BATES,
NEUROPATHISTS AND OPHTHALMOLOGISTS.
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the faviugs department of the
I ' ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Dr. S. H. MILLER., ML D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Graduate of McKillip'g Veterinary College, Chicago, III.
5, Office and Veterinary - Hospital
1118 Tblrd Artnoe, . - Bock IrUsd, HI. KMldmum 181S Fourth An
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nor pound . . .
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Krady, 'phone north
Briglitensall kinds of tinware,
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ORDER IS ISSUED
Maj. Gen. Mitchell Announces
Regulations Governing Wood
AT WOULB'S FAIR ENCAMPMENT
Tempting Ist of Prizes Will be
Offered Under Various
- John 11. Mitchell, major general
commanding' the Modern Woodmen
Foresters, has issued the following
orders concerning' the encampment to
be held next September by that or
ganization at the St. Louis world's
"Teams will be required to remain
in uniform and under orders during
the week in order to obtain the ad
vantages given, and will not In
permitted to break camp within the
nine days unless excused by the com
manding ofliccr; must appear in the
parade on Woodmen day, and meet
the other requirements necessary to
accomplish the displaj- of the uni
formed branch of the society that is
ixpected of it. Hut at the same time
the prize drills and military duties
will be arranged so as to leave every
'orester ample opportunity for view
ng all the attractions upon the
.vorld's fair grounds 11ml in the city
f St. Louis itself. Where reasons are
shown why a team should return
Tome before the close of the camp.
)ermission will be promptly given.
nd. except upon parade day, full half
'f the day time and nearly all of the
venings will be at the disposition of
"Any suggestion regarding the com
fort or enjoyment of the men while
n attendance at this encampment will
eceive careful consideration by the
ommanding otlicer and eery effort
nade on his part and that of the oth
r officers to render the visit of the
unformed foresters to St. Louis a
most pleasant and enjoyable occasion.
s a result of the extraordinary op
portunities offered by the world's fair
inthorities, aided by the executive
ouncil of our own society, it is prob
lble that there will be many thous
inrls of uniformed foresters upon the
'rounds; hut it is safe to promise that
uch arrangements will be made that
hey will be promptly quartered upon
heir arrival at the grounds and suit
ibly messed while in quarters; they
vi 1 1 thoroughly enjoy themselves dur
ng their tour of duty, and will break
amp anil return home feeling that
Ihey have not only aided the society,
advanced the interests of the forest
ers department, but also given them
selves a week's enjoyment at an econ
iniv cf expense not possible except
under the superior attractions and
onrlitions referred to.
lnder these circumstances the
commanding otlicer trusts that every
team and the members of every camp
vho possibly can, will avail them
selves of this opportunity for com-
oininjr advancement of the society
with advantage to themselves, and in
'hat connection suggests that the ear
lier they put 'themselves in communi
cation with him the better he can aid
S.T.OOO In Prise.
The world's fair commission has
offered nearly $5,000 to be distributed
in prizes to the teams excelling in the
various particulars. These will be
ariven under the following classifica
Battalion prize drill First. $450;
second, $350; third, $250; fourth, $150.
Senior team prize drill First,
$450; second, $.n.5).; third, $250; fourth,
$1.10; fifth, $100; sixth, $75; seventh,
$50. Total, $i,:;so.
Junior team prize drill First, $"00;
second, $250; third, $125; fourth. $100;
fifth. $70; sixth, $00; seventh, $40. To
Pony team prize drill First, $175;
second, $125; third, $90; fourth, $75;
fifth. $60; sixth, $50; seventh, $30. To
tal, $605. .
On condition of quarters on insiec-
tion First, $75; second. $50; third,
S25; fourth, $15. Total. $165.
Band prizes First, $300; second.
$200. Total, $500.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the city clerk's office, Rock Island, 111.,
until Monday, Nov. 9, 1903, at 5 o'clock
p. nr., for the construction of a bridge
over Iiock river.
Plans and specifications on file at
the city clerk's office.
Rock Island. 111., Oct. 24, 1903.
H. C. SCIIAFFER, City Clerk.
Not m Sick Day Slne.
"I was taken severely sick with kid
ney trouble. I tried all sorts of medi
cines, none of which relieved me. One
day I saw an ad of your Electric Bit
ters and determined to try that. Af
ter taking a few doses I felt relieved,
and soon thereafter was entirely cur
ed, and have not seen a Kick day since,
Neighbors of mine have been cured of
rheumatism, neuralgia, liver and kid
ney troubles and general debility."
This is what B.' F. Bass, of Fremont,
N. C, writes. Only 50 cents, at Hartz
fe Ullemeyer's, druggists.
Some of the most anxious hours of
a mother's life are those when the
little ones of the household have the
croup. There Is no other medicine so
effective in this terrible-malady as
Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a house
hold favorite for throat and lung trou
bles', and as it contains no opiates or
other poisons, it can be safely given.
Sold by all druggists.
$10,000 ASKED FOR THE ...
DEATH OF M. A. GAYL0ED
The tleorge B. Swift company, of
Chicago is made defendant in a suit
for $10,000 damages instituted in the
circuit court by Lucian E. Onylord.'of
Moline, administrator of the estate
of Morris A. Gaylord. The latter lost
his life recently while employed by
the Swift company at Xew Shops,
where it is executing extensive build
ing contracts for the Rock Island
railroad conipanj'. (Jaylord was kill
ed by the falling, of a derrick, and it
is alleged it was due to the negligence
of the Swift company.
Stephen S. Allen was granted a di
vorce from Cora J. Allen on the
grounds of unfaithfulness.
The following trial list has been
Monday Gingles vs. City of Rock
Island, et nl; Marks vs. Kwetsson.
Tuesday Reed vs. Tri-C'ity Railway
company; Koester vs. Carstens; Gus
tus. vs. Smith; Gust us vs. Smith.
Wednesday Schnell vs City of Rock
Island; Holmes vs. McKenna; Park vs.
Thursday Jamison vs. Tri-City
Railway company; Stowell vs. Spen
cer; United Brewing -company vs.
Monday. :Nov. 16. Thompson fc Root
vs. Hem en way, et a!.; Thompson &
Root vs. Ilemenway, et al.
8ALVATI0N ARMY 8ERVICE3
FOR MRS. B00TH-TTJCKER
Memorial services for Consul Mrs.
Emma Booth-Tucker were held last
night in every city in the world in
which there is a branch of the Salva
tion Army. In Rock lIand the meet
ing was held'at the barracks on Sec
ond avenue. The building was crowd
ed. On the platform were seated the
army workers. Speeches were made
by Capt. J. M. Handley ami others.
There was told for the first time an
incident which had to do with the
planning of the cover desig-n of the
Christmas issue of the1 War Cry. The
Christmas number of the War Cry
was for years Mrs. Booth-Tucker's
chief pride, lief ore she left New York
for her tour of the western posts of
the army she called the artists who
design the covers and mapped .out fir
them the idea which she wished the
cover to express. Among other things
the figure of the child Christ in the
temple, surrounded by other children,
was to occupy the' center of the cover.
After she left New York and while
she was in St. Iiuis the thought came
to her that the figure of Christ would
occupy the exact center of the cover
and that in folding the War Cry the
crease would fall across- the face.
She at once telegraphed to the artists
to revise their drawings in such a way
that the crease would fall on one of
the other figures.
TEACHERS OF NORTHERN
PART OF STATE ELECT
The Northern Illinois Teachers' ns
sociatii'ti adjourned at Juliet Satur
day after the election of the follow
President I?. G. Hoffman, of La
Vice President J. B. Russell, of
Secretary S. F. Parson, of DeKalb.
Treasurer A. W. Hussey, of Gene
seo. Railroad Secretary A. J. Snyder,
Executive Committee S. F. Hen
dricks, of Whiteside; Miss Effie M.
Pike, of Oak Park; R. 1). Parker, of
Sterling will be the next meeting
ST. PAUL POLICEMAN WILL
SWIM TO THE WORLD S FAIR
Rock Island people will witness a
novel sight some warm day next June,
that of a man swimming from St.
Paul to St. Louis. This novel feat will
be attempted by Edward Neuman. a
St. Paul policeman, who has announc
ed that he will visit the Louisiana
Rurchasen exposition and will swim
from his home in St. Paul to the fair.
Ollicer Neuman. in talking of the trip,
does not seem to regard it is very
difficult and seems to have no doubt
of the accomplishment of the trip.
He will start in the early part of June
and will wear a rubber swimming
suit. He exfiects to make 20 miles a
day, swimming eight hours a day and
making- about three miles an hour. A
companion will accompany him in a
launch with his clothes and supplies,
and they will camp out together
nights when they are not near a town.
Doesn't Ketct Old Are.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old age, but
just the contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
maladies, no matter how severe and
irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia,
jaundice, fever, constipation, all yield
to this perfect pill. 25 cents, at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store.
A Good Name.
From personal experience I testify
that De Witt's' Little Early Risers are
unequaled as a liver pill. They are
rightly named because they give
strength and energy and do their
work with ease. W.T. Easton.Boerne,
Texas. Thousands pf people are using
these tiny little pills in preference to
all others, becaune thy are so pleas
ant and1 effectual. They Vtre bilious
ness, torpid liver, jaundice, Lick head
ache, constipation, etc. They do not
purge and weaken, but cleanse and
strengthen. Sold byall druggists.
There is no cough medicine so pop
ular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It
contains, no opiates or poisons and
never fails 'to cure. Sold by all druggists.
Fartta About Naturo'a Mont IuIont rlous
When spring conies with all its
wealth of opening buds and new flow
ers, the ant is preparing for a season
of profitable industry.
It comes out of it.--, winter quarters
and locates a new home where it can
store away. during the summer
months, the sustenance for the long
Ju.-'t as industrious as the ant but
in a different way. are the countless
infinitesimal germs which burrow
into the scalp and cat away at the
roots of the hair.
As they burrow away dandruff
forms, and if the germs j;re not all
kl!ed,( baldness results.
Ncwbro's Herpic'de is the only
known remedy which kills the germs.
Sold only by leading druggists. Send
lOe ii stamps for sample to the Her
picide company. Detroit, Mich. For
sale by T. 11. Thomas, druggist.
' CHlcago, Nov . Following are tne opei 2
ing, atgnest. lowest and cloainir quotatlocs
in today's markets:
Dec, "8 78 77S: 771-i
Mar. TH 7H- 7?J: 77-.
Julr. 7I 74',; 74; 71'4
Nov. 43: 4394: 43H: 43.
Dec, 44: 41': 43' 43.
May, 43; 43; 42 ; 4K .
Nov. 36! 3JSM. 35: S5.
Dec, to1: 3iM: S4ft 34 .
May, 36S ; 36 ; 86; 36H
Pork. Jan., 11 90; 12.00: 1 1 90; 1 1 B7
.May, 12.15; 1J 07; 11.97; 12.0s
Dec, 6 f7; 93; 6 P0. 6 92
Jan , 6 .HI: 6.90; 6.Xi 61.
May.O W, 6 85 ; 6 80. 6 85
Jan., 6.20 S 87. B.J0- 6.2.
May, 6.30 6 35:188.8.131.52.
Hve. Dec. M!: May 66: flax. N. W 94;
S. W. 90; Dec 90; May 8SH; bariev
rlrcell.ls toa: W n-Hl 1U7, corn 18 t
220: hors 27,000: cattle St.ooo, tie? so.ouu.
Hop market opened slow ana weak.
Ltftrtit. 20.-v25: mixed and butch
rn 4 7fl?t!S5; Rood heary, C4.30&5.15; rougn
heavy, 4.3 X4 85.
Cattle market opened strong, 10c higher
.sucep market opened strong to 10c hisber.
Bogs at Kansas CUT 5.MU. cattle 16,000,
hofrs at Omasa 3,600, cattle 5,500
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m. ,
Hog marker, slow.
T.teht. $ 8Xc&5.25; mixed and butcher l.70
C5.S5: eood heary, t 4035 15; rough heavy,
Cattie market steady to 10c higher.
Reeves I3 4.V&5 75. cows ana neiiers 1.10Q
4 41) Texas steers 2 0UQ4 10. vtockers and
feeders 12 X&4.oo. westerns is.70l.3-
Sheep market 15c higher.
Bog market closed 5 to Kk; tower.
Light. 4 755 ir; mixed and batchers, 4.65
V2: good heavy, H.!534o 10; rough heavy.
Cattle market closed stcoDg for best.
Sheep market closed 10 to 15c bieher.
Estimated receipts Tuesday: Wheat 195,
corn 450. oats SO, hogs 17,000.
New York 8tocka
New York. Nov. 9. The following are tn
closing quotations on the New York stock
Sugar U4i.Oas 83.C R-1. &P- South
ern Paclfitc 4iii, B. & O. 7Tx. Atchison com
mon 64t, Atchison pfd. 89. C. M & St. P.
13H Manhattan 13HStf. copper 36.. W. U.
Tel. Co. 83. U & N 100K. C & A. Rdr.
common 4t. Can. Pacltlc Il8i, Leather com
mon 7, h. k T mx. Faciuc Man . u.
S. Steel ptd. 50, U. R. Steel common 10N,
Penna. 117S. too. Pacific Union Pacific
Hi. coal and Iron 2fl, Krle common 26.
waoaso pia. st car rou nary i. J. & i.
W. 141,, Rep. gteei pfd. 49. Rep. Suel com
mon 7. New York Central 11754. Illinois
Central 131. . "
' LOCAL MARKKT CONDITIOKS.
Tixlar Ouotatlona oa Pro vision. C4v
Htock. read and FoaL
Rock Island, Nov. 9. Following are tne
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery llc&SSc, dairy 18c '
Ergs Fresh Tic
Live posltry Spring chickens 10c per
pound hena 8c per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes. 75 to 80c.
Cattle Steers S4.00 to ti.hO, eows and
belters t2.00 to 13.50. calves U.oo to 15.00
, Hogs Mixed and butchers 14 25 to 15 00.
Sheen Yearllnrs or over, per cwt. 1.160 to
3 60, Lambs per head 14.00 to 5.00.
A stranger in a strange place should remember to ask
i for the Cremo. You can tell it by the band.
The Largest Selling Brand of
Cigars in the World.
The Hand is the Smoker's Protection.
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T O V E
It's nearly stove weather,
and if you need a good
Cook Stove, Range or
Heater, don't fail to see
our line of
Stoves, thebestand cheap
est in the market. You
can save from $2 to $6
on a stove by buying
I ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
1 EOCK ISLAND, ILL.
t Incorporated Under tho State Law. 4 Per Cent
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Eeal Estate Beenrity.
J J. M. Euford, President.
John Crubatigh, Vice President.
" P. Greenawalt, Cashier. . ,
.Began the business Jnly 2, 180,
S and occupying Sv E. fc?rncr .-.cf
Kitebell & Lynde's new buildin?. "
& HrO Er s
Just notice the style at
$3 a Pair ::
for ladies being shown
in our west window. We 4.
offer you a great va- t
riety to choose from,
shoes suitable for all oc- J.
1721 Second Avenue.
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Interest Paid on Deposits. X
E. B. Cable, . P. Oreenawalt, T
John Crnbatjgh, Phil Mitchell,
E. W. Hfst, J. M. Buiord,
John Volk. "
Bolicitora-Jackson and Hunt.