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THE ABGTJS, FRIDAY, APitLL 15. 1904
WILL OF J. W. WHITE
All of $100,000, Except Fw Mi
nor Bequests, to b Shared
Equally by Children.
IS TRUST UNTIL EACH 13 25
I.iccutors Are Then Directed to
Make Division of the Properly
Education Prortded For.
Ti e will f the late .1. W. While
Lead attorney for the Modern Wood
men, was. probated in 1 he count v court
today. Jlii? f oilo.v nil bequests ;ire
To Adelkert -f. W!iito, of Tampiro.
Ji!., n brother, the use, v.- lony as lc
Jives, of the interest of deceased ij)
the fiirm 11. ev jointly owned; ti:e re
mainder to th children of the latter.
Ti Clara S.pauldiny. of Farsons.
Kans., a sister, t!.e use during lier life
of the GO acres of hind now in her pos
session and occupied by her as a
lio:i:e; llie remainder to the children
f te t-itor.
To Kmma Dir. a si.-ter, r i.Iinjr in
To .hi-tin Yhit" ;hk1 KIon White.
In'r brothers. .!(! each.
All tl:e rest and residue of the es
tate, personal and real, to the three
onildien. lle-sie. I.m and l.'alh White.
s::re rind share rilike
(bldieoCare free ln
. n .i : : a i r the paragraph
i o!icrr:i:lit the e I: i ' ' :!. it is directed
that " !: ( art .t the estate of each
.- l.e ti:;ri.(! over to the ir.anaq-e-mcnl
of the last one entil that one is
'j 1 j car.- ' f aye. as until that age is
1 1 :i : ii i the child should l,c uiiineiim
lerc. v. itli tli" care of property, but
its s.t tent irii hosihl be jjiven to the
i ;ore important needs f life, such as
1 lie oLtainiiiy f an education and ihe
improvement uf the mind. I direct
that when my children attain the aire
of '27, ciirs the executors of this, my
v.ill. make a division of my property
beloi'irinjf to my estate at that time
and distribute to that cue its proper
roport i"-ii. I hereby !ircct that the
education of my chi! ireit sh:i!l be to
the end that they may be pinliticd to
perform the duties, of life ami that it
: hall lie of a hiyh christian character;
that they may be brought up in the
Tear of tiod. as I have tried to teach
I hem, and I reoucst my children to be
honest, faithful ami loyal to th'Mii
M'lxcs. their country ami their Cod. I
hereby c n- the de-ire and crii-p-'-t-ly
rcipie-l that my little family which
I leave shall be kept It yellier as one
house!: --V. as I deem it better that
fu v 'I;ou.i i:e together, ami hone
t.i-v v-.iii detinue Tneir resnjer.ee m
the l.'ock I-land home which has just
l een completed.".
The IJ fe Iuarancr.
It is o:rr-cte;! that the various hene-
fici:iri''s named in Mr. White's life in
.-u ranee be panl according to the
!e:ir.s i f the varioii- ci ntracts. those
certificate- be:!!-' !:-si:ed bv the Mm:-
em iVoo !:::t ii. Uoval Nt iyhbors.C urt
of lb nor. My.-tic Workers. a i;d Knights
of Modern Maccabees. The will was
of Kock Calk-. III., and F. O. Van liuld
cr. or this city, are appointed exeeu-
if the will am: testamentary
:;!iis of the mi;:cr children,
iff not required to irive bond in
excess of 52
at S10M.' '.
.000. The estate is valued
YOUNG & M'COMES'
Special for Saturdays April 16.
Ladies voile suits, trimmed, cape
vfr shouldi-r and (.'own front, skirt
tailoicd rnd trimmed to match jack
et", blue, black, brown and champagne.
Chi ice onion sets. pVr fpiart, Ce.
''0 (Inziii black Shawknit socks, ev
ery pair perfect, two pairs jo custom
er cnlv, -.')( pialitv for 1.1c pair.
Men's colored and black tics, shield
bows and strings, regular -."ie quality,
15 ladies. niis.cs and chiHren's
jaekets, -hoi-e !t-.
Ativ "Mo-nn roll" neli'Tee shirt in the
h use. ."o p;tterns to select from. new-
and up-to-date, regular 51 and SI.2
'a'ue fr-m 7 to '. n'clcck p. m., u!v
t.lii'ili' ii".- fast 1 lack hose, f, and '..
ra!il!n-- kid rloves, two-clasp, as
irted shr.de, -J'.ic pair.
Ux;!' IJeaehei! pillow cases, 7c.
AZx'.M bleached jullovv case?, 8c.
.'." bottle Pitcher's Castoria, 15c.
"x- bottle list-rine, lite.
litf Anchor bird seed. 4c.
IbMIow stem !ass vases, 10 inche
Cliildren's rulTIed niyht jrowns, U5c.
Children's extra wide cambric skirts,
three hemstitched tucks. "5c.
Fancy denim and linen stamped pil
low tops, 'JIH
I'.roken mixed candy, fie lb.
Peanut, brittle, 10c Il.
Music in the evening, 7 to 9: ltd
All 10-eent fancy wines, four cents
per drink. All 15-ccnt fancy mixed
drinks, 10 cents. The bii'st boor
and the best. The biirest -rood whis
ky in town. Lunch Wednesday and
Saturday niphts at ;eorje ('. Witt's
saloon. Twenty-third street and
Generally fair tonight and
Saturday: cold wave tonight,
continued cold Saturday.
J. M. SHERIER,
at 2:30 p m. 38.
7 a.m. 42;
We Are Showing
a great line of new
Everything new new in cut
new fabrics new coloring. A
vast showing of all-wool men's
suits correctly tailored at
$7.50, $10 and $12.50
A rich array of H. S. hand
tailored suits at
S15. S16.50.S18. $20 and S22
are top-notchers. Nothing like
them sold elsewhere. Perfect
in style and fit the most per
$18 and $28.
By aJl means drop in and
see our New Suits. No
obligation to bjy.
You will be Glad You Come
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Factory time sale. Dolly Bros.
Bed Jacket pumps at Wilcher's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, bag-gage, express, call Kobb's.
Spencer & Trefz for bus or express.
Fancy strawberries at Passig Bros'.
Kiihchinann for fancy strawberries.
Blue grass and clover seed at Fassig
For real estate and Insurance. E. J.
Cap clay, Saturday. I'lleineycr
Plenty i'f fancy strawberries sit
Spring chickens dressed to order at
Fresh dressed chickens at H. Tre-
niann s hems .
Lage-Waters is the place to
vour ff otwear.
Buv vour oxfords at l.asre-Wat crs
I'iiv your oxfords at I.:: ire-Waters
Extra large $1 umbrellas C cents at
Kemember I.age-W aters for your
next pair of shoes.
Schroeder will have nieelv dressed
Snrinjr chickens and siiritig lamb at
H. Tremaun's Sons".
I'aridon & Son are out with a neat
new celiverv wagon.
Nicely dressed turkeys and chickens
at Harris & (iaulev's.
Call ui Chancy for express and
transfer, rhone ."i'j;;;.
Laire-Waters Shoe coinicnv scdls
cliildren's shoes cheap.
Carpet cleaners. Hock Island Bug
company, botn phones.
All kind.s of new package seed, two
for cents, at Passig Bros'.
1 TO.'S Second avenue is the number of
the I. age-Waters shoe store.
17n:t Second avenue is ine number ot
the I. age-Waters shoe store.
Plenty of fancy strawberries at
Harris fr (iauley's tomorrow.
For the bet negligee shirts, see
what we offer. The Iuulon.
Child's knee pants only l'J cents for
Saturday only at the London.
New stock of shoes at low prices at
I. age-Waters . ioe company s.
r.'.Vcent lace stripe batite '. cents
a yard Saturday at McCabe's.
Ice cream and ice ?reara soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
A choice selection of caps for liovs
and girls. Sommers .vl- LaVclle.
Free, a waist with a boy's suit, Sat
urday, at Summers it BaVelle's.
Order your fruits and vegetables at
Kuschmai:u's. Nice assortment.
Duehes trousers they tit air! wear
'.".I to Sommers V I.aX'elle.
Try one of II. Trcema nn's Son'
sugar curcfl hams; they are fine.
For the Ix-st .V-cent negligee shirts,
see what we offer. The Iondon.
Spring handle brooms and spring
handle carpet whips at Wilcher's.
Kemember. Passig Bros, have a
fresh supply of bulk garden seeds.
All the new patterns in white and
fancy vests at (lutafson iV- Haves'.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, 15C Fourth avenue, union 283.
Mrs. H. ;. (ilenn is entertaining the
lung Embroidery club this afternoon.
Men's ."iO-ccnt fancy trimmed night
shirts :;. cents at McCabe's Saturday.
(iuoil houe wrappers A cents, shirt
waists ::'.! cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Cap day. Saturday. "." cents for caps
worth . cc-ifs. I'llemeyer a Sterling.
E. Taniinosian. an Armenian, well
known in the tri-cities. is at the Har
per. Base ball and bat free with every
child's suit from !.."( up. The London.
Free, for Saturday onlv. a hoy's
waist with each suit. Sommers La
ei!.. For all the nobby effects in boys'
and children's suits, see Sommers &
Harris - tlanley will have a nice
display of fresh fruits and vegetables
Trees for sale at Davenport nur
sery, near post office, Davenport. Iowa.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing. New I'antitorium club, HMJO
For Saturday only. ."O -kadet" blouse
waists worth up to T. cents only 2."
cents, at the Ivoiulon.
IJuster Brown suit. Buster Brown
hats. Buster Brown collars and ties at
L'llemever & Sterling's.
A jO-cent cap free with every hoy's
knee pants suit worth from .2..V up.
at ;tistafs n Sr Hayes".
If you v.i:h lteautif ill. cdear, yvhite
clothe.;, u: e Bed Cross ball blue. Large
2-ounce package, j cents.
.!u.t think, a fine jl-cent silk lined
cap 'with each boy's knee pants suit
free at (Instafson A: Haves.
ment at the Hotel Harms last evening
Fifty took part in the gamea.
Ihey are not matched in the city
for the price soft bosom shirts for
50 cents. Si mmers & LaVelle.
Mens suits at 510 to 2o. J. hey are
all the new fabric, late styles sin;
fine fitters. Sommers t LaVelle.
Are your clothes fded? I'so Kei
Cross ball blue and make them white
again. Larrje 2-ounce package, 5 cents
Elegant plants for sale at the First
M. E. church this evening. Ice cream
cake and strawberries will be served
1 tie latest in hats, the latest in
shirts, the latest in everything for
men is shown at Custafson & Hayes'
Fresh chocolate creams half-pound
5 cents, best fre.-h salted peanuts, per
pound. 10 cents. Saturday at McCabe's
With every l- y s knee pants suit
from $2.50 iii) thev will give a .HV-ecnt
silk lined cap free at (.instafson X:
The carpenter business of Nic Juh!
will be continued by II. duhl and C
Loire during Mr. .lulu's absence
Order your Sunday dinner at Passi
uros . tomorrow. i ney win nave a
complete line -t fresh fruits ami veg
If you are looking for a tine black
suit for a special occasion, we can do
you all kinds of goon. Try us. l'lle
mever v Sterling.
Not a 2."-cent cap. but a "0-eent sill
lined cap. free with every boy's knee
tpr.uts suit worth from s.no up, at
(Instafson & Haves'.
Our young men's suits arc the kind
that are shape-retaining and in all the
new cuts, rilemey r Sterling, de
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 171G' Second ave
nue. Old 'phone ft ofllce, both "phones
at residence. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m.. and
? to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
$12 suit sale commencing Saturday
as good a suit for $12 as you can buy
elsewhere for $!.". Of course, we'll
see you. The London.
l.'O suits in the lot; you pay th;
man $12 and vmi have : "to the
good." The suits are worth $1j. All
new goods. The London.
A nice waist free with each boy
suit at $2..")(t or over. Some great suit
bargains in our children's department
n't waste time
)) priced grass
seed. The best
but a tritle more than the chcaj
Kuschinann sells the best.
New stock of frames and art good
just received. Picture framing and
mounting done in the best manner by
an expert workman at Crampton's.
Try steam-dried fertilizer for lawns.
gardens, truck gardens and farms. In
100-pound and ton lots. Twin-City
Hendering company, 'phone west 1403.
During the fiscal year closing yes
terday City Clerk II. C. Schaffer col
lected in water rents $ i',104.i-l. an in
crease of $4.1."2..")2 over the preceding
The most stylishly dressed man you
meet on Ihe street is the man who
wears a C .v H. special suit or top
coat. Sold only by (Instafson
Rain coats and top coats only $12;
match them if you can for $1.". Look
all over town, then se what we sell
for .'?I2. It's a inch we'll sell to you.
The (I. & II. specials suit and top
coats lead them all. After trying on
one of them there is nothing else will
nit you. Will you try one on? They
re sold only at (instafson A- Hayes.
The Bock Island's fast mail train
from Chicago arrived two hours late
this morning. The delay was caused
y the derailment of a freight car at
Tinlcv Park, near Chicago, blocking
Do yon nee.! anything in the line of
pocket cutlery, table cutlery, silver
tea or table spoons, carving sets, or
shears or scissor.-'. Now is the time
to buy at half the price at Summers
closing out sale.
l'hey arc especially dc.-.igned for
young me:i of ta.-te and particularly
tho.-e who want to be up-to-the-n:i.i-
ute in style, (i. & II. specials are the
kind. Try one on and you will have
no other. Sold only bv (iustaf.-on iv
Suit for divorce has been commenc
ed in the ciiiM.it curt bv Mrs. Turah
L. Palmer. f Moline, who allege- that
her husband, .lohn W. Palmer, descrt-
il her Dec. 1'!. 1!'IM). They were mar
ried Mav ls 1-si. and have five chil-
Ireti. H. M. MeCnskrin is attorney for
Mrs. 1 'a liner.
IT WILL COST
To examine the magnifi
cent stock of Garments for
V " 1 Vf i
That we ore now offering you at moderate prices and on your
own terms. Simply select what you want and "Cha.rge It."
La-lies' Tailor Made
stores ask 3 to $3
more for in-
$9 98 to $27.50.
Men's line Tailored Suits, repre
senting all the latest stylos and
S9.9S to S22.00.
Separate Skirts. We do not know
of a store in the city that carries
a fine lino than we do
$2.98 to $17.50.
Top Coats. Other stores
charge $la 50 and $15
for an in-
Patttern Hats and Waists,
place t secure Fashionable
at a low price,
$2 98 and $6.98.
e9 Credit Clothio
321 Twentieth St.
Rock Island, IUJ'
r'-rm'i ifrf'-T .--
DQLLY HAS HIGH SC0SE IN
THE TOURNAMENT SINGLIS
K. T. l)o!!y. of this city, up to '
rcltick last ceninr nad the highest
score lor llir'e "ames in llic snifj'les
in the Illinois bowling tournament at
hi- O'I.eary alley s in ( hieaijo. Ilis
si'ciit va .i. and ne haii loiioweo
f the crark liowlers of the state.
l'liere are a number of others to try
beat his score. ('. K. Weston ail. I
U-ibort ShaniK n. also of this city, in
he singles made scores, rcspectixcly.
r :.t'. and ."!'.. A. I. Sperry and Wil
i:iin Thorns, the two other members
if the local team participating in the
oiirnament, fell below the .1M mark.
ir's. yxill ludd Ihe first
nmmer series at l.l.ick
eyenin-'. May 1:5. The
Flic (lirN Crescent club, composed
if 1 i?nfiiit. oii'l
nice of tin
Hawk inn Friday
ommittee in charere includes Miss An
na .Marie Stnder anl .Viss Ida Crace
Wilson. It is the intention to hold sev
eral parties this summer as was done
year a?o vith such trreat sucee.-s.
IJ. Crampton A- Co. nre jileased to
iniiotinee that the !i;ie secured the
erxices of Hairy Venlinar to take
charge of their picture and framing
epartment. Mr. Yenyiiiify comes to
them well recommended from his re
cent employer. .1. 1. Ilostetler. of Dav
enport, and is known as the most ex
pert picture and frame man in the
ountry. lie will als. assi-t in their
wall paper oepartment. having had It
years" exiKrience liaiidlinir that line.
K. TanMiioi;iii. well-known 1cj: in
.Mental 111's. is at the Harper liou.-e
i t li his tine line of rmrs. where he
will be pleased to see the art-loving
1'iiblie for a few i!as onlv.
UremMMl to Wert
Walter IL Lewis
Miss (iraci' ". N i-rieh
Mourns Lin ll.l'iiii
Miss Stella Mik!-
. ( a 111 bridge
. . . K ewa nee
SpeelAl B real nt for S.turitiy All Day and
(iood house wrappers, 4fie.
Ladies" shirt w;iists. :;'.)-.
While tassided curtain loops
I'.'ie lace stripe batiste, lM!je.
Men's .; fancy niht shirts.
Le.-t fresli salted peanuts, lb
Fresh 'hoeo!;ite creams, '.,- 1
:;sc to T."ie black ribbi in, d..
wool Smyrna nij;s, $l.l."i.
Ladies '.'."ic double sole hose. bic.
I'?.ra larsrc $1 umbrellas, li'.ie.
K'e heavy in.lio prints, ti'e.
Women's $1..V oxfords. $LI--.
Hoys and youths solid shoes, !l7e.
Crystal las b.crry saucer, cacli. 'i
Moth balis. full ih'.. :.e.
M us "e ill t l:c e eiiinj,".
h. .lMM-pli'H l'.r:oi h. Attention.
All mrl.il:ers of M. .lo-cph'.- branch.
Western Ci. Medic I'nion. mv leijiiestetl
to meet at Saeretl l:e;irt hall at
u'cliick this evciiiiiLr' to make rra ii.sje
mciits for th" funeral of brother .lohn
.1. W. ( A AN AI'CIL
FORTY-TWO YOUNG MEN AT
THE MEMBERSHIP BANQUET
Forty-two quests sat down to the
baiKjiiet at the "" 1 1 1 1 jjf Men's Christian
asoeiation last cveninir, marking' the
cIcim' of the fret-one mouile- hip con
test. There ;is a separate table I'm
those who contributed to the incrca
iiif of the membership role, while
those who had failed of results were
assigned at another table to cat crow,
but all of the bird that w a in evi
deuce was the feather-. The bampie!
was served in the chapel. The yoiini;
men acted as waiters. II. W. Yoss.
secretary at Catena, was t on-t 11 1. 1 1 ei .
A paper. "Xeed of Voluntary Service
in V. M. C. A. Work." wa- read by II.
K. Walker, and .1. W. Ilosett iesp.ui !
cil io the toast, et." The silver
lovinir ciii won by I'. C Smip'-on in
the precedlr.r iiicmbership eonte-i.
was presetitel to the new winner. S.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains n
opiates, and will not constipate lik'
nearly all other couh medicines. IJe
fuse substitutes. All druists.
YOUNG MAN, GET M.AKRIED
Four Rooms Furnished Complets for $98 on Easy Payments of $10 Months
This is an olTer that will bear the very closest of investigation, and would cost you .?!:..-, o'-ewheie. This i
what you will iret . a 1 1 houh 011 mav substitute other iroid-.
8rloa Stomach Trouble Cored
I was troubled with a distress in mv
stomach, sour stomach and vomitinjr
pells, and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets cured me.-Mrs. T. V. Williams,
Lainsbur, Mich. These tablets are
guaranteed to cure every ease of stom
ach trouble of this character. For sale
Tri-city tkat players Lad a tourna-1 by all druggists.
Handsome wool ingrain carpet.
Cue beautiful couch.
Ore iMx'Jt parlor center t.il !e.
Cue pair rich lace curta:u.
One richly cnrve-1 rocker.
One beautiful parlor lamp,
dm handsome parlor picture.
One V i'.t i.'inirt'' room yi'iz.
' One ti-foot cxteusii n table.
I'.;:r beautiful hi-'!i bad
beautiful set of decorate
!'C 1 f the
nbove artid. is
a :i I will i v e t !
One i.'xl reversible rur.
("ue massive iron or wood bed.
One hand-'omc swell top dres-or.
One beautiful bent arm commode
.One hi rye double matties.
One full size ciinforler.
One pair tine woven wire s ii !i v
Two tine feather pillows.
One hi rye full mzc rocker.
One pair handnome lace cm lain-.
Oae handsome heavilv
s cook stove.
One lartje kitchen table.
'I'w hiyh back kitchen d:a:i
One (.'la-s kitchen lamp.
Oi:e kitchen carviri-' -t.
kele I N
Co-Carts. ::...: Kef rit'era t.n
; lidies" Suits. $!.!; Men s Si
. .iO..V: Oa-olir e Stoves, ;..):, ; Lac
its. .'.'(.-,: I'.ovs' Suit.-. .1.C.; Ladies
Certain-, pair, $L:.J
I'att m llat.f :.0'.;
( a 1 pet . y a ri
adio-" Skirt s. .
COME TOMORROW, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
She SUNSHINE OUTFITTERS, "All:
N. B. If you cannot come to our store Tel. No. 5521 and our Kaleman will call.