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TIIE ARGUS, FRIDAT, J A3 UAH Y 8, 1901.
TTfF art; justly
lls proud of our
la r'ge assort
ment of manicure re
quisites, not only in
their reat variety, but
quality the highest.
Nail clippers, polishers,
scissors, nail brushes,
corn and "bunion
orange wood sticks, etc.
Telephone your want?, we de
H. O. ROLFS,
Our telephone numlicrs are
C. U. 1071 West. Ind J71
Chicago Dental Company
If you arc in ii d of denial work
call n ns before going Im' here as
v.i can save you money. Vv o hm'
nothing but best of material and
our work is guaranteed 1 be first
clas in every respect. If you are in
need of ;i set of teeth call :iucl see our
111 in clastic plate. We guarantee it to
fit in iill ciim mill when ;iM others
have failed. We never ask you more
1li:iu our prices leov:
Cement fillings 2SC
I!ono filling 2SC
riatinuiu tilling $0l
Silver fillings BOC
Cold fallings, f 1 and up $ 1.00
(lold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
But of teeth, 5 and up.. r 5.00
15 set of teeth for 10.00
I'd lull lie tit location
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Old 'Phone U.o New rhontC156.
1716-1718 Second Ave.
See Our Prices
Peanut candy, per lb.. lOe.
Cnron nut candy, per lb.. 10c.
Yankee peanut candy, per lb., lOe.
("hewing cream candy, all flavors,
per lb., 10c.
Chocolate drops, per lb.. 13c.
We have installed for the benefit
of our customers a new hot water
apparatus for hot drinkj of all
kinds and at nil hours at a reason
able price t 5c tup
1S10 SECOND AVENUE.
TO ESTOP ACTION
Capt J. M. Beardsley AsUed to
Explain Railroad Man
MOTION IS FILED BY DEFIXSE
Divorce is Granted to Margaret
ICounde-Trial List for
('apt. .1. M. Peardslcy, who is seek
ing in mandamus the municipality to
compel the removal of the passenger
depot of the l)'iveiiport. Koek Island
iV Null hw cslcrn Kailwav company
fn in s'cv enl en t li street an 1 Pirst
a r:tie. n the claim inni II is oceupy
intr a pet tii n i f the public thorough
fare. ha- n :ekr I to explain in t he
circuit court v. hy he p-Tinitted the
con-t rnet ii v. of 11. e depot improve-
leent I cfuiv erin j- complaint.
A motion i 1 11 i ri hi; Opt. I!c;ird-Icy
to make I'li-vver to this effect Was tiled
tlirs inorniiiL' lv ti e attornevs for the
defendant. It will be heard next Mon
day inoriii.'j. The defendant ask;
that tin- plaintiff be estopped from
pro-ecu I i ii is the action bei-au-e he
stoo.! lv a: d a'lowe l the exper.dit i:rc
of 1 1 : :e liv the railroad company
without i iMciinir objection.
Mr. Kuiinda iln Itltorrr.
Margaret Wound-., wife of Kdwiu A.
Koim '-. the lii'M-c mover. was trrauted
a decree i f divorce by .Indue K. ('.
(J raves e.-ii-nlay. Desert ion and cruelty
were a!'ei;cd. The onple were mar
ried :.'w- ear- ao'. and have grown
children. Pounds did not appear, to
defend the si:it. The matter of ali
mony vva agreed upon outride of
court. Sweeney V Walker represented
TrUI Llt for Next Wivk.
The following trial list for next
week was arranged:
Monday-- lli'idv l!n is. v. Kerns;
I nited Keiuan!s -inpaiiv vs. Uies.
Tuesdav Sjoyren Vs. Smith Pros., et
al.; Sjogren vs. Van Patten, et a I.;
Kreeberg vs. Ki nor. vi a!.
Welne-dav ( ion Id v s. Tri-t i t.v Pail
wa ci inpr.u.v: Wangelin vs.' Pochc;
llaruiiam vs. I,'. I. A P. b'ailvvay coin
panv: Sjoirrcn v. Armour Packing
com 'a .
Th ii isi'a.v - (,ini:!e v. City of Hock
Island; Park vs. Met atT rev : People ex
rel I Ira ri'sle.v v. ( it.v of Hock Island,
et al.: Utt'i; vs. ( itv of Kuck Island.
Priday - KroejrtT vs. Koek Island
Plow compan.v: Cooley vs. Hock Isl
and Sa-h and Door Works; Cosiicr vs.
I tie k ford-.
Call li commence at beniiinim; of
docket at tie setting;. Cases already
-ft have precedence.
.t.ni.s. "The Advent iir-s of icrard."
.Ian. in. "Arieiia."
.Ian. ' I.- "" The Yankee, Consul."
"York Stale I'o'k-." a simpie tale of
life anion.; the country folk of New
Kni: la ml. was bea utif nil v produced at
the Illinois hist eveninir. It deserved
a full house.
Prom reports received here it vvnuid
appear that that splendid acior. .iaiues
I.AYMUND HITCHCOCK. IN "Till:
YANK KK CON SCI."
O'Neill, ha- se,,reil a most brilliant
success in hi- new phi v. "The Adven
tures of tierard." to be produce I at
the Illinois tonight. This is the piece
that was con-t ructe I from some of
the most salient features of the fa
mous Sir Oman Dov le "tie rani" stor
ies, two volumes of which have al
ready been published.
Next Morr av nii;f.t will be an im
portant i Pc in theatrical affairs here,
a- Henry V. Savage will prill uce a
new conic opera at the IMinoi-. Mr.
Savuirc has iivi'ii theatregoers so
lnanv siu'cessfui proluctions that a
new one is watched with interest
over the countrv. His latest offering
is a comic opera called "The Yankee
Consul." and Ka v mond Hitchcock,
who piael "Kinr Dodo" so success
f ill! v. w ill be the star.
"Ariona." b. August us Thomas,
which has had such a phenomenal
i V . - I
I ' 1
success in New York and Chieajro. is,
as the title w,uhl indicate, a stngo-pic-ture
of the scenes, people and cos
tumes of that frontier territory in
the irreat southwest. The people of
"Arizona" are cowboys an.l cavalry
men, ranchers and Mexicans, and the
various types ()f wi mankind, to be
found about a frontier army post and
a prosperous- ranch. The story thrills
with the viiror of western life and is
rich in the color of the Jialf-Spanir-h.
half-civilize.l territory from which the
piece takes its name. "Arizona" will
be seen in this c ity SnmJav.
"More Than Queen" will be the at
traction next Tuesday, with William
II it in prey in his original role. Napo
leon, an:l Miss Anna Sutherland in
the part of Josephine. The play was
originally iror;eously produced at the
Park theatre, Posten. three or four
vears airo by Miss .lulia Arthur, and
since that time has hell a preininent
place ami i:ir the first theatrical pro
duction of the countrv.
HEARD BY HIGH OFFICIALS
President and CoocraMmrn Pirated Wilh
Hon. Henry Wat terson. of Louisville,
whom the Tri-City Press club brinjrs
to the Illinois .fan. 14 to lecture on
"Society." lecentjy appeared at Al
baut;h's i pera house, in V;ihiny1on.
D. ('.. to an immense audience, the
president, the cabinet anil half of con
gress bein; present. "Money and
Morals" was his ub.ject. Of the im
pression he made the Washington pa
pers speak in flowing- terms. The Kv
eniny Star says:
"The lecture was delivered without
notes, and apt interpolations dispell
ed all impressions of labored memo
rization. Throughout it was full of
poetry and philosophy lighted by bril
liant wit. The interest of the audi
ence was not of that casual and lan
guid sort so commonly yielded to a
lecturer. The applause with which the
lecture was approved lime after time
was not th" sort that is marked in the
manuscript "please insert." It was
spontaneous., earnest and deserved.
and showed the influence exerted by
the lecturer over the judgment, the
imagination and the emotions of his
hearers. The thought running through
the lecture was that the proper an.l I
most profitable pursuit of inaif is
happiness here ami hereafter, and j
that this happiness is to be found in j
the appreciation of the blessings in i
reach, however humble, rat Iter than
by following a fixed star of ambition
for wealth or honors which occupies
the whole mind, having no thought
for the sources of true joy passed i n
HIGH PRICED EGGS ARE
DISCUSSED B7 DEALER
tine of the i ldcst produce dealers
a 1 1 ri i in t es tin- high price of eggs and
scarcity of the patent .shipping cases,
refrigerator cars, good roads and tel
ephones. "ll is a peculiar condition tif things
that confronts the dealer and the cou
s.iuii r of cygs these days," says he.
"and the man who has stopped to
consider th- causes of the stringency
of the egg market and the high prices
that are demanded by retailers will
rind that a combination of circum
stances have entered into it.
"Illinois eggs are going to the big
eastern cities and Chicago, largely,
though, to the later place. There
was a time when this couldn't In
done so advantageously to the egg
producer as now. The patent egg cas
es which come 'knocked down.' and
which can be rilled rapiliy, and with
safety to the product by small huck
sters or the farmer, allow them to
make small shipments east in refrig
i' ra tor ca is.
"They aie not compelled to drive to
the small cities to dispose of their
product, but can make shipments with
ease at their closest railroad station,
(iood roads give the small huckster
a chance that he didn't have when illy
kept and bad roads were the rule.
"The telephone is another factor.
When a huckster draws up his wagon
at the In me of a farmer and offers a
price for eggs, the farmer need not
take the huckster's word as to th1
market price. He goes to the tele
phone, calls up the town grocer, learns
the price, and sills hi- product with
out fear i f being beaten. Some vears
ago this was impossible. an.l the
farmer brought his eggs to town him
silf. There is no necessity of doing
now. lie can si! 'it .tor.i and get
t l e market pri.-e.
"There is every tendency for eggs
to get into the hands of rhippers and
-mall retail dealer in
1 he medium sized cities is outclassed
mil he suffers fn-i,' the famine and
I he consumer r'.-t pay f 't cy prices,
w'.ierever he may I
Similar situations. t':e dealer as
serted, existed in the poultry business.
The facilities for making quick 1 1 i j -men!
east oaus, the bulk of poul
try on the average farmer's place to
m ach the huckster i".-ead of the city
( e'er direct.
Is displaced by many a man enduring
pains of accidental cuts, wounds,
bruises, burns, scalds, sore feet or
stiff joints. Hut there's no need for
it. P.ucklen's Arnica Salve will kill
the pain and cure the trouble. It's
the best s-alve on earth for piles, too;
l'j cents, at Hartz Jt Ulleiuev er's drug
Keep them in the house. Take
one when you feel bilious or
dizzy. They act directly on
the liver. iZtt.lfJi:
MAY GET EASTMAN
Rock Island Management is
Negotiating for Dubuque
I0WA1JS LOOKING TOR A TRADE
Bunch of Pennant Winners at North
End of Circuit About
Dubuque Telegraph-Herald: The pro
moters of the Dubuque baseball team
are actively engaged these days get
ting; things in readiness for the com
ing season. Particular attention is
being pai.I to the personnel of the
team, r roni present indications it is
safe to say that Dubttoi'.e will have an
entirely nw team. At least a half
do-en new men have been signed and
negotiations are pending for the it
lease or transfer i f others. Manager
Duelovv and Huitky Hines have their
eve.- on a number of good players an !
within a fortnight thev will have
si rings on them. They are now in
correspondence with the captains of
several Three-Kye teams with a view
of trading'. Pock Island i desirous
of petting Kastnian. Dubuque's crack
pitcher, and there is a disposition en
the part of the managers to let hir.i
go. provided Dubuque gets what it
wants in return. Probabilities are
that Hughes will not wear a Dubuque
uniform next year and it is believed
that a stronger player will be secured,
llagerman. the crack pitcher of the
Springfield team, will undoubtedly
come to Dubuque, as a deal to this
effect has virtually been closed. A
good catcher from a Michigan team
and an infield player from Le.Mnrs
have also signed Dubuque contracts.
The management of the local team is
bent on getting the strongest team
posihIe together and the season of
It'll I will open full of promise for
clean, snappy ball.
Trouble at Colorado Spring.
And now it is the Colorado Springs
team of the Western league that is
having its troubles. According to a
recent deci-ii u handed down by the
national committee. (Jeorge S'tar
nagle who caught last season for the
Colorado Springs team, now belongs
to the St. Louis club. The commis
sion announced that the Colorado
Springs club had no right to reserv.
any of its players of the season of
1'jU'! that they were free agents on ac
count of the manner in which the
season was terminated, and had the
right to sign with any club thev
Trepare For Carnival.
The directors of the liock'ford Pase
ball association met Tuesday after
noon in the office i f Col. A. K. Fisher
to arrange for the coming carnival.
The chairmen of the various com
mittees were appointed as follows:
Music. Thomas b. Sier: program. A.
V. Comings; booth ci nstruction. D. S.
Schurema n; decoration, Fred Fish:
refreshments. Frank Hess; country
store, W. ('. Stevens.
Notes of I'lar r.
Manager Nicol. of Pockford. has
signed Pitcher M. P. Malven. of last
season's Manchester (Iowa) team.
Malven has been three years at Man
chester and has managed the team as
well as pitching. Last ?oa.-oti he won
is out of games and tied one of
the others. He is a left-handed hitler
and accumulated an average of .:;((
for the season. He was i ffered the po
sition as coach of the (irinnell college
team, but preferred to pass it up and
go to Kookfor;!.
According to a report, .lake Stahl.
the famous Illinois athlete, will for
sake professional ball and its alluding
::ihiries to devote himself to law. It
is said that .Like and John Allen, of
Hoopeston. will form a partnership
at Chanute. Kans. Chanute is a town
of some .'i.(Mit) inhabitants. It has been
reported that Stahl would go with
Washington, but if the report is true
concerning the Kansas venture, he will
drop professional baseball.
Kddie Killian. the former Pool. ford
pitcher, released by Cleveland, has
been signed bv Detroit.
.Ian. 7. I!. H. Oliver, el al.. to W. A.
Wahlgren. lot 7. block 11. New Shops
add.. Fast Moline, SHOO.
K. H. Onycr to Village of Fast Mo
line. lot 7. block 17:. Fast Moline.
H. I.. Sieghartner to Virgil Warren,
w'f. lot 14. block :;. Pailey Davenport's
Fourth add.. Koek Island. '..
Hattie F. Coyne to Daniel Kipper,
lot - block in. Port P.vron. $l..-,nu.
Inst One Minute.
One Minnie Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, leoausc it kills the
microbe which lickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, and at
the same time clears the phlegm,
draws out the inflammation an J heals
and soothes the affected parts. One
Minute Cough Cure strengthens the
lungs, wards off pneumonia and is a
harmless and never failing cure in all
curable cases of coughs, colds ami
croup. One Minute Cough Cure is
pleasant to take, harmless and good
alike for young and old. Sold by all
Birds work for man from the first
glimmer of light:
Itocky Mountain Tea works for man
kind both day and night;
That's why it is famous the world o'er
It will not let you turn over and take
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Top ol Heafl Covered with Scales
WMch Peeled off Tatina;
Hair with Them.
How Six Years Old will TMci
Hair and Clean Scalp.
My baby was about six weeks old
when the top of her head became cov
ered with thick scales, which would
peel and come off, taking the hair with
it. It would soon form again and be as
bad as before. I tried several things
ami then went to the doctor. lie said
it was Eczema, and prescribed an oint
ment, which did not do any good. A
friend spoke of Cuticura Soap. I tried
it and read on the wrapper about Cuti
cura Ointment as a remedy for Eczema.
I bought a box and washed her head in
warm water and Cuticura Soap and
gently combed the scales oil. They did
not come back and her hair grew out
fine and thick. She is now a year and
a half old and has no trace of Eczema.'
MRS. C. W. BUKGES.IranistauAve.,
Bridgeport, Conn.. Feb. 21, 1S98.
Mrs. Barges writes Feb. 28, 1903:
"My baby," who had Eczema very
badly on her head, as I told you Ik? fore,
after using the Cuticura Remedies was
cored. She Is now six years old and
has thick hair and a clean scalp."
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
for skin-tortured babies and rest for
tired, worried mothers In warm baths
with Cuticura Soap, and gentle anoint
ings with Cuticura Ointment, purest
of emollients and greatest of skin cures,
to be followed in severe cases hy mild
doses of Cuticura Resolvent. This is
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturing, disfiguring. Itching, burning,
bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply skin
and scalp humours, with los of hair, of
infants and children, as well as adults,
and Is sure to succeed when all other
remedies and the best physicians fail.
Sold thmnrhmjt the wnrtd. Cntienrs Rnolnot, Hie.
t Choroltte Coated TV.lm. Sic. per tl of fti).
Ointnirxt. 3fr... Kon. ZM-
DopnU: tendon, 27 Charter-
hnax Sq.s PH, .s K'ln la Pix: Bo-ton. 137 Col urn-
u Tr. r..iicr onjr inrm. corp.. Sole I'roprielorf.
0 Send for "The Great liumour Cure."
TEA and COFFEE
IX FACT. .NOTlllNO OOFS
WITH I I IF T KA AND ((II'
FFF VF SFLL. PI T CKFAM,
Sl't; Alt AND SATISFACTION".
l'.VKKY TIMK YOU MAKK
A Pl'PCHASi: VOl' OFT
YALUK RKCKIVFD IX TDK
QUALITY OF GOODS AND
NOT A ( IIFAP PRKSIvNT- TO
MAKi: CP FOR POOR
QUALITY. IF YOU HAVE
NOT P.FKX USING THE
CHASE SAN PORN GOODS,
P. KG IX NOW AND RE CON
VIXCED. WE ARE
FOli ROCK ISLAND.
1 (-() SECOND AVENUE.
DON'T Be V OOLEDI
j Genuine kOCKY MOVN7AIN TEA
l.i put up in h!w piCKairev manufactured
exclusively by the Jtiadison Medicine
Co., Madison, Wis. sell t 35 cents a
package. All others are rank imitation
and substitutes, dnn't risk your health bv
taking them. 1 rIMiLM'INH makes lck
j people Well, Keeps you Well. All Honest
I Dc&lers sell tiie Genuine.
1 HOLUSTEg ORCO CO. Madison. Wis
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
forty-Fight Thoamand Iollar Paid
for a 'aney Iot of Tobacco.
1 he biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer wan made last
W'ednesday by Frank V. licw.'i, Peoria
III., for hi celebrated Single Hinder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the IewLs factory the largest
holder In tte United States of tobacoc
of to high ft grading. Ucrald-Tmn
vrift, Uce. SI, Jao
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and
time - tried corn
Rates as. low as
any reliable corn
pa nj- can afford.
YOUK TATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
GIsud Tidings For
XIHemeyer . Sterling's
TIM.E TO PAV
Tin.- i- thf time if ji'iir vvlu-n hills ;i re i!in" am! vvl.tn
iti liavo tn p.iv tlii'in. If v 1 1 liavr tin iiiomy fi r tl;i
iiirsi ju'i ;ne fnrt unati: if nut. ntl nn- proliali!;.- wi.r
r.ving alii.Hl wlnTi' the eah is going In conic from. If so,
WE CAN HELP YOU
out of tlii.- iliilieully. and will be gla-1 to do so. liv making
von a loan, wliii'li vou ean repa.v in easy monthly av
lr.ents. on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, or other
personal property, which remains undisturbed in our ow 11
possession. The loan can be arranged tjtiichly. privately,
and in amounts from $1(1 upwards. Let us know vv hat v on
want and vv e will send our nm lident ia 1 agent to .-co yen
an:! 1;n the matter up at your own home. No charg-'s un
less we make vou a loan.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde block, Room S8. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p.
m an Saturday evenings Telephone west 1514. New telephone
Poison Hqls Its Place
1 IB &
Z Htvrtz &
left over from the holi
day rush too numer
ous to mention to be
cleaned out at a sacrifice.
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up.
$.".ffW stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, clothing, bicycles and other
men han.-.-ise 1,,-in sold at gn at bargains at Siegel's Loan Office
X 320 Twentieth S.. Ib-' k Islnnd; 'phone MX
in all svsti'ius of medicine, and it is
I'reipieiit lv called for in prescriptions.
II is evident, therefore, that no guess
work must be permit toil in compound
insr prescriptions nor as to quality of
Our Prescription Depart
ment is in Our Own
Iony record of successful ex
warrants 11- in giisirmiteeiiig
accuracy and purity. Prompt
of all good
Send us vour
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