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THE ABGUS, TJQUBSDAY, -APiillj 7, 1904
Notice our Gibson Ties at
3.00 a.nd $4.00.
BOLD GAME TRIED "
COMBS DECLARED A MYTH
A cc.irmdttee of the Chicago Bee-
in n...i, i--I keepers association has made an in-
wo men auiiiHi terest ing report to the beek.
Standard Club on Third
. . i
report to me ueeKeepers auu
honey consumers of the middle west.
The association at its last mieeting be
cause of so many reports of adultera
tion of honev and "manufactured
OZHAISrO M01TEY AND JEWELBY I honeycomb" passed a resolution ap
pointing' a committee to look into and
ascertain the facts concerning- the
Filgbtened Away When They Hearlabuse of this food product
Telephone Call for the
The committee says in its report
that it is well known that strained
honey has been adulterated with glu
cose, but that the producers of pure
honey, aided by the work of the 1 1 1 i
nois pure food officers. have we!l nigh
broken up the practice.
As to the manufactured honevconib
into which an iijerior grade of so-
called substitute for honev is tilled
there is absolutely no such thintr o
United Presbyterians Have An
HISS STELCK ELECTED CLERK
"Both ' Thone
There was a bold attempt to bur
glarize the Standard club at 10''S
Third avenue between 0 and 10 o'clock
Mrs. Sol Lty and her mother, Mrs
Meyer, are in charge of the house for he (hi , aIiy )tljer lllarket. T
the club, and have as their companion members of the association have po.t
.Miss ftauie -Montgomery. ed $1,000 and offer to pav it over to
Mrs. Lew and Mrs. Mever had been I any man hi will show where honev
r-iillin-r at the home of a relative in "r suusuiute lor noney is sold in
.ii , , ' . manufactured comb. The committc
" "Istates that there is no such comh in
shortly after 9 o'clock when they no- existence other than that made bv the
ticed two strange men approaching I lees. and the sweets that fill the comb
the house from another direction. lis that (fathered bv the little workers
As they turned to lock the front I from the flowers and blossoms.
door they found the men close on The money posted by the beekeep-
their heels. I he iloor was locked, lers has been up for months, and ha
and the frightened women tried tolbeen so published, up to this time no
call to the neighbors for help, finally lone has apieared to claim it.
going to the telephone and eommuni
yErcade Cigar Store
JOHN P. SEXTON.
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
eating with the police station.
The men tried the doors and win
dows and declared they would force
their way inside unless the occupants
delivered over to them their ruoncv
O nicer Cornea Too Lata-
Mrs. Levy was in hopes that the
fellow s would remain until the police
came, but evidently they heard her
telephoning and were frightened
awn v. An otheer arrived half an hour
afterward, but the nervy pair had
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, April 7. Ira Humphrey
and his sister Miss Matilda Humphrey
returned to Chicago Sundav night
Mr. Humphrev to resume his studies
in medical work and Miss Humphrey
to spend the summer with her sister
Mrs. 1). Devivier.
Mildred Spoor was in Kock Island
Mrs. Alfred Smith was in Uock I1
and last Thursdav.
Mrs. W. T. Lockhart, of Moline, has
been spending the past week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). T. Pinneo
Miss Kena Zimmerman, of Daven
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
Another House Has Visitor.
While Mrs. Miller was at a nearby
store m an errand last evening a
stranger walked into her house at
Co.'S4 Fifth avenue, she having failed port, spent Saturday and "Sunday w it li
to lock the door. Nothing was miss- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. frank Zim
ing, however. The man was tall, I merman
1 I smooth shaven, and wore a slouch hat I John Durbin and Miss Catherine
and long overcoat. I Walker of Hillsdale, were married last
A bicycle of the Ivers & .lohnson I v ednesday at the home of the brides
in like was stolen vesterdav afternoon I parents near Hillsdale
from in front of Hart. & Ullemever's
drug store on Twentieth street and
The Road For You
Is tlie one most travelers use
. H. D. MACK.
Cen'l Agent A. T. & S. F. R'y.
Scenery and service
will please you.
Chair cars are
The Pullmans are
likes Harvey's dining cai
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Take the California limited via Santa Fe for
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
BUTTON FACTORIES ALONG
RIVER LARGELY CLOSED
Verv few button factories on the
upper .Mississippi river are runnin;
at the present time. At Muscatine,
flie teachers' institute for this di
vision of the count v wan held here
Saturday in the public school build
ing. Only a few teachers were pres
Mrs. John Huckiey, of Davenport
pent a few days last week visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mar
Terry Itryan is repairing his house
Henry Hawk, of Low Moor, la.
the headcpiarters of the button mak
ing industry." all the faefories have came Monday night to make arrange
closed of will close in a few davs. ments for the funeral of his father-
There are two reasons for the sus-1 in-law. deorge .lohnson, cf Clinton
pension of tlie activities. One is that line muerai
there are few shells to be bad. the morning.
long winter during which none could
be taken from northern rivers -hav
ing exhausted the supply and hiirh I Andalusia,
was held Wednesday
April 7. Dr.
1 5a re wa Id
water interfering with clamming I of Davenport, was a business caller
nil most streams now. The other is I here Monday
that the clam shell button business I Mrs. .1. C. Uurgoync is entertaining
shows evidence of having been over- Mrs. Kobertson, of Hock Island.
done. While prices remain good the Hev. .1. W. Saunders and wife spent
demand for the finished product is I several (lays of last week w ith rela
weak and the manufacturers feel that Hives in Hock Island and Davenport
it will be improved by the starvation! Thomas Cole was a business caller
treatment. Meanwhile hundreds of
einplovcs are idle.
Who Can Guess 2
have met with such success,
iu Hock Island?
We Will Tell You.
2 By doing good work. By using gornl materials. By using painless
'a methods. 15y treating all alike; we have no favorites. Children are
2 given the best of care and treatment. We make one price to all.
Plates from $5 up; Crowns from $5 to $8; aluminum lined Plates
$10. Fillings $1 and up. Cleaning, free; also extracting. Call and see
2 our sample display the largest in the three cities.
Open Every Evening and Sunday.
in Muscatine last Saturday.
loiin Jtuntley, of Port Uvron, ar
rived Monday evening to attend the
r t - i j a i
War Not Worry! n A merlons. Mineral oi ins nine nepnew, .vnurew
American bankers are not worrying I Huntley
. . .i i it. it .1 ii i
over the war lietween ICnssia audi -wesscrs. immii mm dinners, oi
Japan, for there is verv little of their Muscatine, were here on business the
money loaned in either country, but hrst of the week
among the English and French finan- The Misses Hattie Haves and Jose
cicrs there is much anxiety on ac-ii'oie niii'iunnrr stMii mwh unit-
count of their large loans to these! with friends in Hock Island last week
countri-s. There is also no c:use for Mrs. (ieorce Gardner and son Lavv-
worrv among people who suffer from renee tlanson, of Davenport, arrhed
a weak stm::ch or disordered kidneys Friday evening to spend a few days
so lon?T a; tlK-v can obtai-i Hostetter's I with relatives
Stin:'cli Hitters. Thi.: wfinderful
medicine immediately strengthens and
and stiniulat?a these organs and thus
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, heart
burn, diz.iness. kidney troubles, rheu-
Airs. Jacob Kriise and son, of Hock
Island, visited relathcs a t-hort time
the tirst of the week.
tJovernment Inspectors Knapp and
Carey, of Dubuque, were here one day
inatism. comtipation. biliousness or last week to inspect the steamer I hp-
insociEia. Jt is also invaluable as a I per.
nreventive of the rrin. colds, chills. I Mrs. .7. H. Hrookman arrivel home
or malaria, fever and ague. Try a few Friday evening from Central City,
Old 'phone green 221.
1610i Second Avenue.
doses in the spring It will do you a
lot of good.
LKT US HELP YOU TO HEALTH"
OVEH T. A. FIXXE'S SHOE STOKE
Do It Now! g
Telephone us to jf(
can lor your car
pets and have
laid, and those
beating (the old
way) made into
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i.wT-rkisr'f' ':-."''';v,-":7 -1
0 One Me of our Kn; the ofbrr is jui like it. O
g R.OCK ISLAND RUG CO.. g
2225 4th Ave. Kock Island. Old Thone j519 W; New Thone, 5001. J)j
la., accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Mosher and infant tun, who
will remain for some time.
Hev. J. W. Saunders will preach his
farewell sermon Sunday, April 10. He
H. Thomas Wants Every Catarrh has accepted a call to the Haptist
Sufferer to Use Hvomei and I church at Heynolds. Hev. Saunders
be Cured. land wife have many warm friend
here who very much rejyet their de-
Statistics show that at least 17 out part ure
of every 100 iersons in this s-tate buf
fer from catarrh in some form.
While the disease is one of the most
ie old P
n by m
The regular annual meeting of the
common, it is also one of the most I stockholder of the Hock Island Sav-
ilangerous and offensive, leading to lings bank for the election of nine di-
consumption and other diseases of the I rectors for one year will le held at
i respiratory organs. Ithe office of said bank, in Hock Is!
Prior to the discovery of Hvomei land, Monday, April 11, l'XH. Tolls
and its introduction in this section I will be oiien at 10 a. m. and closed at
by T. H. Thomas, every method of 1 12 noon of said day
treatment had leen found worthless. I. GKEEXA WALT, Cashier,
T. H. Thomas says to all catarrh! Rook Island, April 1, 1004
sufferers, "Let me help you to health.'
He is confident Hyomei will cure, fco
confident, in fact, that he guarantees
Lssd EieanloM to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma win
I to refund your money if it fails. A I be run over the Rock Island System
complete outfit costs but $1. and if it I April 5 and 13. For further particu-
does not help you. your money will be liars, call on or write
f Who Said Carpet Cleaning?
Xjcrtcr liro. are ready to take them
up. clean, renovate, and relay them
Both 'Phones No 117 Seventeenth Street.
A Thoaffhtfol Man
M. M. Austin, of Winchester. Ind.
knew what to do in the hour of need.
His wife had such an unusual case of
stomach and liver trouble, physicians
E. E. MORGAN.
HENRY J. GRIPP.
1410 Fifteenth Street, Mollne. III.
Pn ram os la Is Kobtt4 of Its Terror
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
could not help her. He thought of and the racking cough and heals and
tried Dr. King's Xew Life Pills and strengthens the lungs. If taken in
she got relief at one and was finally time it will prevent an attack of pneu
cured. Only 23e, at Hartz &. Ullemey- monia. Refuse substitutes. AH drug-
Keport Show Advancement Tem
perance Union Con-ventioo.
The annual congregational meeting
of the United Presbyterian church
was held last evening. The rejiorts of
officers showed advancement along all
lines. The treasurer reported all bills
naid and a balance on hand. The fol
lowing officers were elected:
C lerk Miss Elizabeth Stelck.
of the Sunday
The new officers
Assistant Superintendent James
Secretary Miss Elsie White.
Treasurer James I). Warnock.
Moetlnrof Central Church.
The Central Presbyterian church
had its annual congregational meet
ing last evening. Reports of officers
were read, and J. M. P.uford. Adair
Pleasants. John Yolk. Joseph Fox. .
II. Hazard. L. M. Titterington, Paul
Brandenburg. W. 11. tiest. Jr.. F. W,
Bahnsen. J. H. Liedtke and Joseph
Fox were elected elders of the church
W. C. T. V. Convention.
The Hock Island county W. C. T. I
convention opened this afternoon at
the First Congregational church in
Moline with a number of delegate
present from this city. This evening
the session will be held at the Fir
Baptist church in Hock Island, and
Mrs. Crallie Howe, national lecturer
will deliver an address.
The institute ends tomorrow even
ing with an address at the First Con
gregatioiral church, Moline. by Mi
Howe. The sessions tomorrow begin
in the morning at 9 o'clock and in
the afternoon at 1:."0.
Are Too a Dyspeptic?
If you are a dysjieptic you owe it to
yourself and your friends to get well
Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptic's
friends becaunse his disease sours his
disixisition as well as his stomach
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only
cure dyspepsia, indigestion and sour
stomach, but this palatable, reoon
structive tonic digestant strengthens
the whole digestive apparatus, and
sweetens the life as well as the stom
ach. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure the food you eat is enirved. It is
digested, assimilated and its nutrient
properties appropriated by the blood
and tissues. Health is the result. Sold
by ell druggists.
Onicago. April 7. -following are tieopeu
n, nlgbeai, lowest and closing quotation
la today's markets:
Mav. 64V95S M
JulT. new. 87 8?tt 87
Sept, new, 81 ; 81 H 80'4; 80 V.
Mar. MS: 65 63
July 533: 534" M': 5I1
Sept., bl!4. 51s- W; 5a
Mar. 38: 38S.
Julr. 38 :3: 87H; 373.
Sept.,82; S2; 3iii .
Mar. 18 87: 12 80: 12.62- 12 70
Jury, 13.07, 13 10; 120; 12 85.
May, 6 : 6 8S: 6 62 67
July. 6.97; 6 97; 7.K0. 6 83
May. 6 67 6 78 6.S7 6 65
July 6.85-; 6.8; 6.75. 6.80
Kecelbta toaar: Wheat 51. corn iVi. oats
no. nom 21,000; cattle eouo, sheep 12000.
tiof market openeo weai to tac lower.
Llrnt. II mZLh.2 t: mixea ana outcb
r. 14 MM; rood heavy. II Kt5 3i; rouKb
heavy II eft5.io.
uattie inaritei openea sieuj.
Sheep market opened stro g.
Union atock yards 8:40 a. in.
Hor market weak.
Litht. 4 80O5 15: mixed and batcher. 4 90
tt' 3i Kood heavy, t4S5Q45 30; roui?n neary
4 9345 04.
Catue market nteadv.
Beeves t3 302.S5.8i. cows and heifers 11.25
OH eu, stackers and Jeeoers a2.25&4.40.
auecp market HtronR.
Hoe market closed mostlr 10c lower.
L.int, Htwai.15: mixed ana buicaersU 90
nsj7. rooa hearr. li 30. rouih hearr
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong.
Nsw Tork Stocks.
Hew Tork. April 7. The foUowtng are tie
Uosing quotations on the New Tork stock
Soearltrw. Gas 97, c.R.1. a P. 25. South
em Pacific bos. B. O. fil2!. Atchison com
mon73't. Aicnison via. 91. c m. & St. p.
MSW. Manhattan 111. copper 61 W. W. U.
TeL Co. L.. N ines C. s A. ... Rd.
common 4 -H Can. PaclOc I16S4. Leather, com
mon h. k t. I'acinc Man 28. it
Steel ptd. 62. u. steel common in.
Pemia. Iiu1.. Mo. Pacific ws. Union PaclOc
09. coal and iron 40s. Erie common lev.
Waitash ptd. Car foundry . C. AG.
w. 17 WD. sveei pra.. n. ttep. teei com
mon v. New yotx central iith. Illinois
LOCAL atABKKT OOKDITIOlrS.
rKlarS (JaotaUoas oa Prortstoas. Ua
Stock. F4 Mil rnel.
Bock Island. April 7. Following art tbe
notations oa tbe local market:
Batter Creamery tJc23c, dairy sre
r.Ktn Fresh 15c.
uie poultry Spring chickens 0c vi
pound nens 10c per pound, turkeys lie.
ducks 10c geese 9c
Vegetaoiea Potatoes. 90c uniors si.so.
Cattle Steers (3.50 to 84 75, cows and
ueHers 12.00 to HJK, calves 83.00 to (6 00
Hors Mixed and Dotcaers w v 10 ia.z
Sheep Yearliars oi over. 13.50 u 5 0c.
Lambs II 00 to 85 60
Ft and Faat.
Grain Corn 4 to S2c: oats, 4ie
forage Timothy bay. 88-50 to 810; pra :i
(8 to 9. straw M 60.
Wood uaro. per toaa ss 50
Coai-Lamft per bushel 14c. slack, per
Advance Wall Paper
V V Designs.
We are now showing the newest
vail papers. We beliee we can
provide you with a wider choice of
better and more stylish papers
than you can find elsewhere. Our
stock is made up of all the grades
from the linest tapestries down to
inexpensive yet neat and service
able patterns, l'ach was carefully
selected with a view f showing
For Every Purpose
and at every price. lWring in the
sie of jour room and let us help
you save on wall paper this vear.
Wall Paper Hovisc.
Cor. Fourth Ave.
and Twentieth St.
W. B. KILMER. Proprietor.
Beer is Good forYou
The malt is a food; the hops 1
l : 'i i- 1 u 1 1 . . ? r s . a. mm
a. LUlllc J. lie aicuiiui uiuy 072 pui ccill IS
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlits Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
l your doctor what he thinks about drinking
Schlitz beer. Ask for
If the Brewery Bottling.
Phono 1ft! 4 and 5830.
Csrse & Ohlwciler Co..
4i5-431 Eleventh St.
lloclc Island. I1L
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee famous
It is the land f promise growing faster and build
ing on a liriner foundation than anv' oilier portion of the
con 11 1 ry.
Take a trip and limk il hut. Low round-trip rates.
Mar-h return limit. 'J I dajs. Liberal stop-nver pri-
ileges. Hates apply ti Oklahoma, Indian Territorj , Ar
kansas, New Mexico and many points in Texas.
Low one-way rates will also he in effect to Okla Imina
points and to Texas.
Descriptive literature mailed on application to JOHN
Si:i!ASTIA., Passenger Traflle Manager Kock Island S.s
Tickets and full information at this office.
F. H. PLUMMER,
Ca Pa a-f
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
8. F. BOYD, D. P. A., Davenport, Iowa.
A I. V 1
Good to me!
I am going on one of the 4 1
some of it. The cream will N
be ready to skim soon.
The Santa Fe Southwest
is the best farming country in the world and
reached by the best railway.
Ask for new illustrated pamphlet about the Santa Fe
W. J. BLACK
Gen. Pa. Aft- A. T. Cr 3. F. Ry.
er's drug store. (gists.