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THE AKOTS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
We will save you money on
New Pauper House at the County
Infirmary to be Dedi
cated Feb. 2.
EXTEND GENERAL INVITATION
The annual election of directors at
the INick Island Club yesterday after
noon resulted in the chooiur of K. IT.
(iuyer. II. W. C'raxxford. M. S. Heajry.
Ira Karr, C. S. Me Daniel.-, and W. J.
Sweeney, the two latter to serve va
cancies for the ensuinir two years oc
casioned by the removal fn m the city
of Maj. C Mel). T wu-enu and I.. 0.
Iilandinjr. The four first named are
elected for three years. There were
two tickets in the Held and a larjje
vi tc was Mlled. Mr. (inyer and Mr.
MeDnniels were on the directors"
ticket and the others chosen were on
the members ticket. The new direc
tor will meet Friday evening and or
ganize. The annual membership meetimr.
held last evening-, bnnifrht reports
fri in the officers, all 'f which showed
the i-riraniation to be in tirst class
condition financially and otherwise.
An advanced copy was perused of the
Developer. :-.f Kansas City, whose
present issue is dexoted to a xxriteup
of Kock Island's adxantayes as a fac
Program of Speeches and Music,
Day to Conclude With a
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Cor. 2d Ave. and 16tK St.
It Pays to Buy For j
1 Next Winter. I
We make prices to move
the goods; want to turn the
goods into cash. None sold
! Twenty Per Cent
off any Men's, Boys' or
Children's Suits, Overcoats
and Pants in the store. This
I makes one-fifth, 1-5, off the
regular price. Store full of
bargains. Call and load up.
: BIxck LiAd Blue Sviits Ex
VAI i iNnw OS
ROCK ISLAND IL-L
The pauper houe that has been
erected at the county infirmary, near
foal Valley, at an expenditure of $2K
o'ni. is to lie de iicated formally Feb.
the dale haiiuir been decided .n by
the poor committee if the brarl of
supervisors. The dedication was to
haic taken place the latter part of
December, but it was thought wise to
pn-tone the event until after the hol
idays. It i- planned to ci mnience the exer
cises at 1 o'clock in the morning and
conclude with a banquet ir: the even
ing. The pn iram will e n-ist of ad
dresses by prominent men of the
county, and music. Dr. W. K. Taylor,
supei intendent of the Watertown hos
pital, from whom valuable pointers
were received du rinir the construc
tion i f the building, is to be incited to
talk. .1. ('. Swank, who has for a num
ber of ears served as steward at the
will be hear.! from.
!! other officials of llie countv
and members of the board of super
visors. Kxery resident of the countv is to
be bidden to the festivitie-. which will
If hold it; Ihi' main hall of the pauper
house. The board thinks it has pro
vided as line a building of i',s charac
ter as is to be found within the bor
ders of Illinois, and it is anxious that
taxpayers come and see f them
selves. Arroiiimndatlanii Will Itf Ample.
Thele will be accommodations for
all who re-pond to tin invitation. If
there is not roi in enough for all to
fret within the walls of the new build
in ir. Steward Swank saxs he will hoist
a circus tent. The steward will also
. have siipervisii n of the preparation of
the banquet, and. anyone who has ever
put his feet under the mahogany at
i.Mr. Swank's hospitable home at the
intirmarv knows what that means. It
! xxill be one of the finest ever.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE IN
SESSION AT PORT BYRON
The Kock Island Ounty Farmers"
Institute opened at the town hall in
l'ort llvtnii this morninir with a run !
attendance. The meetiriir will con
tinue three days. The prof ram to be
carried out is as follows:
Moininjr session, .Ian. LI. IMacimr
of corn exhibits; praxer. Uev. A. Har
per: welcime address. Ilex. V. II.
Shaw; rcsp n-c. F. A. Wood, l-'dirinir-li'ii.
Afternoon session. l:::n o'clock:
I 'a per. "The Corn Crop. Feeding Val
ue." F. M. Parsons. Murlinirton; "lloj
-"oed;i!"r and I !i ce I i mr." t'. .'. I'ervier,
sh.-tVi. rd. in.
Moridnir session. !::;(. Jan. 14.
"Fruit 'ult lire." Kiifrene Hoke. t'ordo
a; "(iover Culture." C. C. I'ervier.
Shetliel 1. Afternoon. :::o: Address.
"The Times We Live In as Farmers."
K. . Cobb. Monmouth: diseussion and
expeiii-nce meetimr: "Hotter Seed
Corn, by the Corn .lud-r.-." W. Webb,
(b od Hope. III. ( K en iuir session to
It' s i! pp!ie I ) .
Moi ninir session. .Ian. 1.1. --Address.
Dr. Hall, superintendent of State
Farmers. institutes. Aurora. After
noon sessii n: "Dome-tic Science."
lecture and demonstration. Mrs. Alice
C. W aterman. ( Ja h-sburir: "The Farm
er's Horse. His Car.-." N. II. Cobb. P.itr
linirton: election f officers.
ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE OUT
FOR STATE FIELD MEET
Announcements of tin- annual in
t ei's.cholast ie meet pn inotcd by the
I'uiwisity of Illinois are boinir sent to
the hi-rb school- throuirhoiit the state.
It will be held ..n Illinois, tield at
( ha injia i:rt: Max 4. In connect ion xx it h
the meet the hiirh school oratorical
contest and the public school art ex
hibit will be helil. The list of events
include ."u. lno an I UJO yard dashes;
quarter, half and mile runs; discus
thiowinir: runninir. standing, broad
and hifrh jumps; pole vault, hammer
throvx. shot put. low huroles and relay
race xxith teams of four men.
liold. ?-ilcr and brone badires are
aw;iri'ed. .in.! a silver lovirir cup to
the xx i ii i) i nir team in the relay race. A
silk banner xvith "Illinois lnterscio-la-lie
Champions, l'.iut." inscribed, xv i ! I
to the team sci rinir 1 he most
Side features xill be two col !
ball frames an I a dual tra-k meet.
Contestants xxill haxe board and room
for Over Slxtr em
Mr. Winsloxx's Soothing Sxrup ha
been used for children teethiniT. It
soothes the child, softens the frums.
allays all pain, cures xx ild colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 2.1
cents a bottle.
IN CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
.Ian. 1. Fstate of Peter Cott
niann. Inventory filed and approved,
ldstate if William Fxvert. Keport
filed and approved and order
I-'sfate of .li liana I.indahl.
tious to final report filed.
Kxtate of Peter ( ioi t-Tiiann.
filed and approved.
Ksfate of (iilbert Yoiinir. Inventory
filed and approved.
Kstate of Jacob M. Pass. Motion by
ere dilor to retax costs of Mrs. C. W.
Simian as a xvitness. Motion allowed
and costs relaxed and found to be
so instead of ?.', as i-laimed.
Kstate of Jacob M. Pass. In the
matter of the claim of John W. l';is
for Appeal to the circuit court
from said verdict and judirmcnt pra.x-i-'l
for bv said administrator and al
lowed upon tilimr boir! in the sum of
$::nu within L'tl days from rendition of
jiidf-mont herein, to-vxit: Jan. 7. 1 ' ( ! 4 .
Fstate of Marie Kleinmaier. Proof
f notice to heirs of final report and
settlement tiled. Hcariiifron said final
report and settlement and same ap
prised. Order of distribution.
Kstate of John llausch. Keport of
distribution and rccpiits5 of distribu
tees filed and approve.!. Kstate closed
and administrator discharged.
In re ifttai dian.-hip of minor heirs
of J hn Ilatisch. Inventory filed and
a pn ved.
Kstate of Paul Kcttieh. Petition of
executor to allow and cla-sify claims
which he paid befi re they were aJloxv
ed and -las-ified. Petition frranted.
Kstate of Charles Vend. Inventorv
of John Conxvell. Petition
of real eslatr to pay debts.
I.oonev. attitnev. cute.; his
appearance for defendant. Patrick
Conxvell. Proof of service i n all de
fendants. All adult defendants ex
cept Patrick Conxvell called and de
faulted. James F. Murphy appointed
iruardian ad litem for minor defend
ants. Answer of rmirdian ad litem
and rep'ieatii n thereto filed. Hide on
ilefendant. l'atriek Coiivveil. to plead
by Moil lax . Jan. is. fn, at 10 o'clock
Kxecut i rs
Kstat1 of la ie Okerliorir. I'eceaseil.
Widow's renunciation of xvill filed.
Kstate of (ieorfre M. Wittiok. deceas
ed. Petition of administrator for
leaxe to pay '.'.i:f) special assessment
tax on real estate filed. Petition grant
ed. K.-tate of Andrew Widen, deceased.
Inventorv filed and approved. Ap
praisement bill and wio'iw's award
tiled and approved.
Mary Walker, deceased,
inventory ti'ed and ap-
A rejrlected. couirh or col 1 may lead
to serious bronchial or lnmr troubles.
Don't take chances when Foley's Hon
ey and Tar affords erfert securitv
from serious effects of a coIJ. tld
by all drufririUP
Headaches, black rirjrs under the
eyes, dirv sjielN. tired feilii.ir. bad
taste in the mouth, sour stomach al
solntely MireiI bx Holiister's 1'iK-ky
Mountain Tea. rents. T. II. Thom
I'ev. ( '. K. Meiuiicke. pa-tor of the
tiiTinan Lutheran church, xesterdav
afternoon condueie-l funeral services
oxer the remains of Theodore lloldorf
at the home in South Kock Island.
There wore delegations present from
the V lunteer Kir'inen"s assoe'ation
and the Plattdeiitsch P.ri eiier. i.'ei-eas-ed
haviiifr bcloiif-e.i to bitli or;ratiia
tii ns. Interment was in ( hippian
Mis. John (ilaxve died of old aye at
'i:::i" o'clock this morniuir at -IC'I
Fourth avenue, she wa- born in Mer
lin, ficrman.x. and xva- T years old.
The funeral xvill be ludd from the
(ierman Lutheran liurrli at "J o'clock
I.n1 Kirumlon t 'kllioina.
Land excursions to Oklahoma xxill
be run over the Rock Island System
Jan. .1 and 1.1. Feb. and 1. March 1
and 11 and April .1 and l'.. For fur
ther particulars, call on or write
K. K. MOKCAX.
IN'XKY J. til.IPP.
1410 Fifteenth Street. Moline, III.
t'oand a Core for Indiemtlon
"I used Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indifre-1 ion and find
that they suit my ease better than
any dyspepsia remedy I haxe exer
tried, and I haxe used many different
remedies. 1 am nearly .11 years of
are and haxe suffered a trreat deal
from indifrestioii. I can eat almost
anxthintr I want to noxx." (ieorfre W.
Kmory. Kock Mills. Ala. For sale by
When bilious try a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and I.ixer Tablets and
realize for once how quickjgf a .first
class, up-to-date medicine xxill correct
th disorder. For sale by all druij-
Second Trial of Suit of United
Breweries Company Against
A. J. Reiss.
RETURN OF BONUS ASKED
Paid Defendant $500 to Vacate
Storeroom on Fourth
A jury was impaneled in the circuit
court today for a second trial of the
suit of the I'nited P.rexxeries company
airainst A. J. Kiess. the druirsrist. from
whom it is sotif-ht to recover J?"-W. At
the former hearing a verdict for the
defendant was returned. t
The case irrows out of the purchase
of a lease by the plaintiff from Kiess
while he xvas occupimr the northeast
corner storeroom of the buildinir Jit
Fourth avenue and Txvent v-third
street owned bx M. J. Murphy
The brexxinir company xxish'iifr to in
stall a saloon in that location oVferci
Ilicss a .lno bonus to vacate and
transfer his three-.xcar lease to the
company. Kis accepted and moved
his business to Seventh avenue and.
Txvcn t x -sex en t li st reet .
When the brexxinir company took
possession of the storeroom it xvas no
tified by the owner that it xxould not
be allowed to open a saloon there un
less it would also, rent the room ad
joiniiifr on the xxest. This condition
was complied xxith. Kiess xxas made
acquaint eel xxith the circumstances,
and. accordiiifr to the plaintiff, prom
ised to rerun. I half of the bonus mop
ex paid him.
The defense of Kiess is that he
air reed to pay the brewintr company
$10 per month for "'.1 months provided
its rental xxas $7.1 per month. P.ut on
learniiifr that it was only .(;- '.o less
than it xvas represented to him a be-inir-he
refused to pax the amount.
J. L. Haas represents the plaintiff and
Scaide iv Marshal! the defendant.
Jelirolr Winn Suit.
In the ejectment suit if the llcnniiifr
P.rewinir company airainst Herman
S.chiocder. of Moline. t lie jtir.x return
ed a verdict for the defendant at 7
o'clock last oxcniiifr after beiiifr out
Judfre Craves today frranted a di
xone to Kliabeth Pettit. of Moline.
from Albert Pettit. on the frrouiuls of
desertion, and awarded her the cus
tody of her three minor children.
I " "
For Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper
the Unequalled Beverage.
EASTER EARLY THIS YEAR:
SCHEDULE OF THE HOLIDAYS
The lenten season bi'irins unusually
early this xear. Feb. 17 xxill be .si
ei.'nesda v . and Kastcr Sunda.v ooiim-s
April ::. The date f Coo l Friday this
year is April 1. The remainder of the
movable feasts rest xvith Kastor.
which is alv.ays the tirst Sunday after
the 14th day of the calendar moon,
which day falls on or next after the
Mist of March, accordiiifr to the rides
laid doxx ti for the construction of t he
calendar. The early date xxill im
peril the popularity of the
Faster bonnet, as the season xxill not
be sufficiently advanced to warrant
the xx oa rinir of summer headgear.
The following table of the holidays
and feast da.xs of the . xear, xxith other
daxs of public observance, aid the
da.xs of the week i n xxhieh they oc
cur in I '.'0 1, max proxe of interest:
Jan. M'.'. McKinlev's birthdax. l'ri
dav. Feb. 1:'. Lincoln'.-, birthday. Friday.
Feb. H. --Valentine's day. Sunday.
Feb. i7. Ash Wednesday.
Feb. Washinirton'.s bii-thilay,
March 17. St. Patrick's da v. Thurs
day. April 1.- Ccocl Frida.x .
April - Kast -r Sumla.x.
April -Arbor day, Friday.
May :in.- Decoration da.x. Monday.
.Inly 1. - Independence la.x. Momlay.
Sept. .1.-- Labor ila.v. Monday.
Oct. ::o. -Hallowe'en, Sunday.
Oi-t. All Saint.-' day. Monday.
Nox. s. president ial election day.
Nov. Jf. Tiianksi;iv inir dax. Tiiufs
day. Dee. ".-( hristmas. Sunday.
M'CONNELL HELD TO GRAND
JURY UNDER 81,000 B0JDS
Unlit it M i( on ne 1 1 xxaixci! prcliiui
nar.x exa mi na t ion on the char-re of
biirfilarx before Magistrate C. A.
Johnson la-t exeniiifr and xxa- liel.l to
the irrand jur.x in In ml of l.ouo.
SheritV W. (i. Heider. xv ho went to
Mciulota after McConnell. xx here the
latter had been arrested bx the local
police, arrived in the oitx xxith hi
prisoner last cvenitifr. MoConiicil is
aeciiseil of haviiifr robbed the a ia I t -metils
of William P.artleit. Jr.. a few
May Stewart ami Ceor.e l lm xxere
arrestc ! for disordeiix' -on"!u t. The
woman xvas taxed .rlu and I Im -fl.
The police have been asked to be on
the lookout for llo-coe SaieN. aired
14. who is mis-inir from his home in
Ccorsrc Moore, a drunk. xa arre-t--d
tl.i- afteino- n at Sei-on I axeiiuc
and Tw en! x -fourt h strict.
CKoice of any in the store.
ar Main Suits
oys' and Children's
S0MMER.S & LA VELLE
IH(i .Scj-oie-1 A - Rock Isl'vUit
207 W. Second Si . Daveuo
left over from the holi
day rush too numer
ous to mentionto be
cleaned out tit a sacrifice.
Hath T hones.
For a. Good 5c Cigar Try v
To Be KoLd Only at
Hildebrsrvndt (el Cash. You Know T5he Boys.
LlsrnKd to Vnt
William M. Ilos- ImtTiIo Prairie
Miss Ia:- Klorenee phi!ii
I '.ii Ha hi Prairie
A Life at Stake.
If ou hut knew the -Jil.-ndid merit
of Foe' llone.v and Tar xou xxould
m-iir ! without it. A do.-e ir txxo
xvill iexTit an attack of pneumonia
or la frrippe. It may saxc our life.
! A Bank Account I
Promotes Credit, estaLTIshen responsi
bility and results in seen rity. It is your
Best Friend. Start one today.
PER. CENT paid on deposits in
T the Savings department of the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.