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THE AEGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28 1904.
Economy Dental Parlors.
( heap ! ii t i-1 r i- not i t QlinwTl si deatistry. I'.iy LESS than we
c h a rjre and you art lea i for our money. Pay MORE and vmi pay
more than is enough. Our wi-rk is nut expensive, yel it is not cheap.
Our Work is G via. re. rv teed
to I"' strictly first-cia-. Call air! see ur samples of plates and
crowns the largest in the tri-etties. Open evenings till 8 p. m. Sun
day till noon. Old Phone (ireon 221.
I Don't Care Whether Yovi
FLead This Ad or Not...
You can't stop rne from wanting to buy,
sell, trade, store or make you a loan on
anything no matter wliat tiie goods are.
1623 SECOND AVENUE.
Old 'Phone Union 02. Open Evenings
One aide of our Rug; the other is ja.-t like it.
HOCK ISLAND RUG CO..
2225 4th Ave. Rock Inland. Old 'Phone loi'J V; New 'Phone, 5001.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work,
call on us before going M'vvhere, as
we can save you money. We use
Dothing but the liest of material, and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth, call aod see our
thin el stic plate. We guarantee it to
fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask yoa more
than our prices below:
Cement fillings $ .25
Bone tilling 25
Platinum ftlllnj 50
Silver fillings 50
Gold fillings, if 1 and up 1.00
Gold crowns, $1 to $5 4.00
Set of teeth. $5 and up , 5.00
915 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
OVER SEIDLLS DRUG STORE.
It's a Pleasure
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigala vou have vet to
learn what really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something njie in cigars, tolac
d. pipe and smoker's articles.
ge us a call.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
BeagstoB iflock. IJiKi Second Av.
Do It Now!
Telephone us to
call for your Car
pets and have
them cleaned, re
laid, and those old
Carpets worn by
beating (the old
way) made into
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. .
Traders' Ins. Co. ..
L'nion Ins. Co
Rockford Ins. Co. .
Newark, X. .T.
, New York
Security Ins. Co. ..
.New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
low as consistent with reeurity.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
O : a
c; OP v Right
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
sirurk" is what those who indulge
! in a little slanj; would sav. But
cntre nons if you want your linen
as faultless as when vou tirst bought
it. in color and finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling and
artistic work are among onr up-to-date
Twelfth Street and Fifth Avenue.
Thnue 13 36.
Don't Be FooledA
Ucnutoc ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is pat up in whit package, manulactured
exclusively by toe Madison Medicine
Co.. Madison. H'is. xli at 55 cents a
package. All others are rank imitation
anj substitutes, don't risk your ttcal'b bv
taking thorn. THKO.'.MIM manes sick
people Well. Keeps you Vcll. All Honest
lcaters sell the Genuine.
HOLLISTER DRl'Q CO. Madison, Wis.
The Team Drivers' union held an
important meeting Tuesday night at
Lahrasaan's hall, at which the matter
t f the new schedule which had been
drawn up and which the employers
refused to sign, was discussed in full.
It was the opinion of all the members
present that the schedule was a just
ahd reasonable one ant! that it right
fully should be signed by all the em
ployers of teaassters in the city. No
action vva taken at the meeting, this
being deferred for a special meeting
which will be held at the same hall
This evening at the Ottfinir club will
be inaugurated the annual tournament
of the Davenport Whist club. A large
number of entries have been received.
The plaintiff, .1. A. Littig. placed
two witnesses on the stand in his S400
damage ease against the city to se
cure the value of a team drowned in
the river throogk the care -In of the
city damp. When the evidence bad
all been submitted City Attorney
Thueneii moved that the jury be in
structed to return a verdict for the
defense, which was done.
Charles Druehl, a Plea-ant Valley
farmer, has applied to the court for
an injunction restraining the Scott
county board of supervisors and Audi
tor Bergcr, as well as George Schut-
ter, the Pleasant Yallev township
trustee, from widening a roadway
and encroaching upon hi- property.
II. L. Briggs, the prisoner convicted
of !oping and robbing a Greek pas-
nger on a Rock Island passenger
train, was yesterday afternoon sen
tenced to six years and eijlit months
at hard labor -it the state penitentiary
at Fort Madison. The motion for a
new trial, which had been made in
his behalf, was heard and overruled.
Another prisoner was also sentenced
to the penitentiary in the person of
a young man by tin- name of Kelly,
who had been convicted of a criminal
sssa'tlt upon a girl at Bettendorf.
Leniency was extended to the prisoner
in tlii- case and he was sentenced to
two years in the penitentiary.
Chief Martens has received a message
from thief of Police A. Kosowiski, of
Peru. III., stating that three lads nam
ed William Kifer. Harry Smith and
Leander Osborne are being held in
that city. There i- no charge against
the lads. They were simply picked up
on the streets, and were detained be
cause they had run awaj from home.
The three boys left home several days
ago, and their parent- were much ex
ercised over their disappearance. The
message from t hief Kosowiski was
conveyed to them and it greatly re
lieved their anxiety. Young Fifer's
parent- reside in the rear of Twelfth
and Rock Island streets. Harry
Smith'- home i- 222 West Twelfth
street, and Leander Osborne resides
with his parents at 1318 West Sixth
Motorman Hart, of the Tri-City
Railway company, has received the
sad news of the death of hi- brother,
John I. Hart, which occurred in a
railway accident a few days ago at
Auburn. PL Y. Deceased was 49 years
of age and had been a locomotive en
gineer for 26 years.
At her home, 1516 Rock Island
street, Tuesday afternoon occurred
the death of Mrs. Kliabeth Fream,
aged 65 years, .virs. Cream's husband,
who came here with his wife when
Scott county was voting, died here
about twenty years ago. She is sur
vived by seven children, two of whom.
Mi--. Henry Carmichael and Mrs. Er
nestine Brown, reside in this city. The
others are George Fream, of Minneap
olis; Paris Fream, of Montevideo,
Minn.: Hanks Fream, of Wetoreka. I.
T.: Beecher Fream, of Watson. Minn.,
and Mrs. Frank Boudinot, of Bacon-
v ido. i al. Deceased was a native of
Activity has broken out with the
coming of spring al! along the line of
the I. A- 1. railroad from here to Clin
ton. Six large gangs of men are com
pleting the grading work, rail- and
ties are being distributed along the
line, and the cars arc being made that
will run mi them. Engineer Boright
has moved hi- office to Clinton, most
of the work at present being toward
that end of the line, but there is even
evidence that the company win carry
out it- promise of showing us by run
ning it- cars into Davenport before
the end of the year.
1". H. Dressing has entered suit
against C. E. Weston A- Co., to recover
the -um of $41 3-85 alleged to lc doe
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder Urinary Orpans.
Also Rheumatism Back
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don t become discouraged. There Is a
care for you. I f imnswary i iie Ir. I enner.
He ban spent a life lime ctiriesr t such
cases as yuurs. All CQaaattaUoaa tee.
"I h.td severe rase of kidney disease aod
rWtiTi.Hti-i.i. di'xrharpini; bloody matter.
Suffered ln'i n' pain. I v wife w :is seriousl v
affected wltk female troubles. Pr. Fenner t
K iuui-y and B:e oa. he Cure cured us both.
F. M. WHEELE1C Randolph, la."
rruz-i-t-. 5m-.. ti. Ak frO..k B..U-Free.
For sale by Harper Bt-use Pharmacy
and Canode's Pharmacy.
upon an order of goods sold and de
livered to the defendant April 11. 1004.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia. April MuM Hattic
Hayes is spending a few days iu Kock
Islam! with relatives.
.Miss Lulu Richardsoa is visiting rel
atives near Marston.
lumes Stewart, of Oilman, la., ar
rived Tuesday to attend the funeral
of his brother-in-law. Wint John.-on.
who died Sunday.
.Mrs. ("assius Johnson departed Sun
day for Carbon Cliff, where she will
v isit relatives.
William Btrohmeier started Satur
day with his gasoline launch on a
pearl buying trip. He will be gone
The concert at the town hall Sat
urday evening wa- quite well attend
ed considering the inclement weath
Miss Millet accompanied Miss
Blanche Burgoyae home Friday even
ing and remained until Sunday when
they both returned to their school
out ICs at ISev Holds.
1 lie Bantist socletv will have theii
dinner at the home of Mr.-. Shutte.
Thursday. May 12.
if. Thompson, Henry St ropes,
Rewel Roth. Arthur Roth an 1 Louis
Strohmeier have gone to the Wabash
to dig c!a nis.
Mrs. Mount- has returned home
from Memphis. Teni;.. where she -pent
the whiter with her daughter. Mrs.
Cordova, April Miss Lillian
Smith attended the Sunday school
convention held at Reynolds, Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Maggie Montgomery, of Rock
Island, and Miss da Pay ton, of Mo
bile, spent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Bessie Montgomery.
Mi-s Bertha Crosby spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in Clinton.
Fred Owens had it .stroke of paraly
sis last Wednesday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Forsythe last Thursday.
Mrs. ESd Bumpbaey war- in Rock
Island last week.
Misses Anna Cooper and Charity
with friends in
with his father.
Saturday and Sunday
of Camanche, visited
Fred Owens, last Sun
Arbor ami Bird day was observed at
the public school last Friday. Six new
tree were added t the grove in the
Rev. i;. 1". Necl attended the Sunday
School convention at Reynolds Tues
An entertainment was given at tin
public school Tuesday evening by the
cartoonist. Van Kvck.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
The C, M. tc St. 1. passenger trains
for Chicago and Kansas City should
prove favorites with the guests of the
hotels, as the passenger depot is so
conveniently located nlv a block or
two and you find the finest trains run
ning through Rock Island.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C M. A St. 1. at
10:30 p. in., or the early morning train
at :::. Vou will be assured of a
plea-ant and safe journey.
Stop and Think
If you want to go to Chicago von
can take one of the ( .. M. & St. P.
tine trains and make sin easy and rap
id journey. Trains fr Chicago leave
l!ock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. in.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:o." a. in.: at
4:.is p. m.. arriving at Chicago at 9:.1o
p. m., and at 11.50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at T:5,"i a .m.
Peoria 111.- to Washington. I. C and Re
turn April S3. 1904.
Direeteil by C. li. Vandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, Peoria; $40,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding meals, sleeping car berth,
board in Washington, guides, side
trips, etc. Semi for circular giving
detailed information. Allen M. Nye,
T. 1. A., Uig Four Koute. Teoria, 111.
Kohbed the Grave.
A startling incident is narrated by
.Tohn Oliver of Philadelphia, as fol
lows: "I was in an awful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in
back anil sides, no appetite, growing
weaker day by day. Three physicians
had given me tip. Then I was advised
to use Electric Bitters; to my great
joy. the rir.-t bottle made a decided
improvement. I continued their use
for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they robbed the grave
of another victim." Xo one should
fail to try them. Only 50c, guaranteed
at llartz A L'llemeyer's drug store.
Foley fc Co., Chicago, originated
Money and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitations are offer
ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub
stitute offered, as no other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
delicate pel sons.
People don't like men and women,
who m about with a lon5. soke face
always telling their troubles; make
yourself bright, cheerful and sunny
with Holli-ter's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Die. T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy.
Fire burned quite a hole in the roof
of the house occupied by Prof. H. I).
Thompson, at 909 Sixteenth street.
shortly after noon vestcrdav. The!
pit nipt arrival of ihe Central tire de
partment prevented a serious confla
gration. The family of Mr. Thompson
was at dinner when the lire broke out
and knew nothing of it until after the
alarm had been turned in by a neigh
bor. The origin of the tire i.- un
Tuesday evening Mayor C. 1. Skin
ner gave notice to Sam Lofgren, the
proprietor of Uncle Sam's saloon on
Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street,
that his license was revoked. This ac
tion was taken by the mayor on ac
count of his not observing the law re
garding the selling of liquor to a man
who was in an intoxicated condition.
However, it developed later that Lof
grcn's license had lapsed and that a
new one had not been taken out. The
case was tried before Magistrate OI-
-on Tuesday afternoon. Lofgren was
charged by Mrs. Charles Johnson of
Tenth avenue of giving her husband
liquor after he had been notified not
to do so. Johnson and his wife swore
that Lofgren had given him liquor uf
ter being warned. This Lofgren de
nied. This was the first time in the
history of the city that a case of this
kind had arisen, anil after thinking it
over the judge decided to line Lofgren
Dr. 1.. W. Skid more has received
from his brother. Dr. Wallace Skid
more, in Manila, a handsome gavel to
In- presented to the Illinois Suite Den
tal society tit its annual meeting in
St. Louis next mouth.
Arrangements have been completed
by the members of the Svea Male choir
for the annual excursion. This year
it will run up to Milwaukee, starting
from this city the evening of Satur
day, May 28, and leaving Milwaukee
lie rge Leppert, employed by the
Moline Engraving company, is under
arrest on the charge of I). A. Schulcr
that Leppert collected money from
the Rock Island plow company for a
job which was done with engraving
company tools and OB the company's
time. Leppert says that he did the
work on his own time and charges that
SoJmler owes him money for labor.
The three-cornered club contest at
the V. M. C. A., which has been oc
cupying the attention of the public of
Moline for the past five weeks, comes
to a close .Monday night. May at '.)::t0
sharp. During the five weeks SO member-
have been secured, which is re
markable for a city of this size, es
pecially this time of year, as the
best pari of the year is during the fall
and winter, when gymnasium classes
Tuesday evening a meeting was held
by the members tf the Mission Taber
nacle regarding the new pastor. Sev
eral (lavs ego a call was sent Rev. Al
bert Johanson, of Duluth. Minn.,
which v as then neither accepted or re
jected. It i- understood that the mat
ter of salary was the principal ob
stacle. He is receiving a larger sal
ary in Duluth than he has been offered
by the local church. A prominent
member was asked as to what action
wa- taken by the congregation at the
meeting Tuesday night but nothing is
given out. The meeting wa- for the
purpose to take action on the matter
and to decide if the previous offer
should be raised.
Canton MOline No. 60 of the Patriarch-
Militant will in till probability
attempt to land the honors for the
prize drilling in the state at the oth
annual department council which is to
lie held in Rockford .lime -'.', and
This council is the same as was held
in this city last year, but the drill con
test is a new feature. Three prizes
will be awarded and the famous Mo
line canton will land one if they enter.
The matter will be brought before the
next meeting. Teams can be entered
with a quota of 15, 21 or men.
Immediately after the encampment
which is now in session Jit Springfield,
Graham post of this city will com
mence the arrangements for Deco
ration day. The annual services will
be held at Riverside in the morning
and in the afternoon on the arsenal,
the exercises being in charge of the
local post. The spetiker of the 'day
bas not been secured.
The field event was pulled off Tues
day evening at the high school track
to eboose the entries for the Military
Tract meet May . and some good re
cords were made. The shot-put was
very good and Albcrtson won this over
Tow n in. w and Isaacson. He also won
the standing droad jump. Tow ud row
the standing broad jump. Tow sallow
-'ii the discus throw and Carlson the
high jump. The two 20yard low hur
dles are being run this afternoon at
the Rock Island half-mile track.
Rats Completely Annihilated.
It needs but a few months' more use of
Steams' Electric Rat and Roach Paste to
completely free the city from the rats and
mice with which it was afflicted a year or
so ago. Stearns' Paste has been used quite
freely in the best residences and in many
stores. In all these places there are today
no rats, mice or cockroaches. This Paste
drives the rats and mice out of the house
to die, and can be depended upon to rid the
home of these pests. It is sure death and
gives universal satisfaction. Dealers gen
erally have the Paste for sale, or it will be
sent, express prepaid on receipt of price,
bv the Stearns' Electric Paste Co. , Tribune
Buildtna.Cbicago. 111. Small sie. 25c. Hotl
Mze, eight times the quantity. $1.00. Jl
SOLD BY T. U. THOMAS.
MISS GARAH MjcCOW3.
5030 Forrestville Ave., Chicago, III. the prowth tt will produce. Theic Ih ho other that can Lo
compared to it, as it Is founded on new ideas altogether.
SHE IS WILLING TO SWEAR TO IT.
By request of Miss KasCamb wc reproduce the following letter:
KXOWi.TON DAKDEH1KB CO.. Chicng".IU.
tiruiluiuen i X (JB I avl&S i-o maitl luquirlM rvir the a t. that rnu are dob running ahoa ne n-v
cturo, Uv't I .-un senrtinu poetti loiter for tb- benefit ol tUa public luiit you mar reproduce ll. ami I
a til M.ite nndroatn if y-'U a demre tiiiit I uil Danrtonne for twrniyconaeculiv moTithaniKl ttie averse
irowlli uf mr bilr i. one and ono-fnurtU Inches ixr month, ruaktni; a totnl at twenty five Inch' In twenty
nontti. on are at litvi t to n Una lttr uuocrtieaih my i ctnre, nd by no d ins will avo Dio tho
:routi of answering Uwt larto number of inquiries wuicn 1 um receiving daily. Sinrrrly,
Cuicago, Feb. . 1K01. 6iiau MacOomii
NOW at ail druggists in three sizes, 25 cents. 60 cents and SI. 00 r"f bottle.
tmm aaaw p T.iehovr how r.iieUly Inclerin ac'e w will ind a lar? Ramrl free by return mMl
mm mmr rAw mm to an von ho !..-n)a t 'ligiulrriliuent to the Knnwltoii 1 twtolt-r I ne o.,i bicugu,
I C Saa no v Lib l&elr Uuiuo aod a J drc-a and lu ccuta la Mlror ot Mouips to pay postage.
For Sale and Guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy
A BURSTED PIPE
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148.
H. E. C A STEEL,
(5eitral Trust t Savings Bank
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock ftlOO.OOO. Knur I'nr Cent Interest Paid on Itopoalt.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. La Velio.
H. E. Casteel,
L. D. Ifudge,
H. H. ( 'lean-land,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. I). Sweeney,
H. W. Tremann,
Estates and property of all kinds are nianaped by this depart
nent, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General nnansial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
The Road For You
Is the one most travelers use
H. D. MACK,
Gen'l Agent A. T. & S. F. R'y.
Seenery anil BCl'dce
will please you.
Chair ears are
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Take the California limited via Panta Fe for
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
QREW THIS HAIR
And we can PROVE IT.
If vou want your hair to grow THICK and LONG
t i the remedy you will be oMisl to nse.
"Wo have a si-aiUac cacr to wafer $i.owi ih:it u i Uo enly
l'lUag lXalr and uaUc
Avrr-i-j grow ;IU i!4 In. per month for twenty consc-cutivo
lly porml;l n ito herewith reproduce photoernph of Mbs
Sarah MaeUtxnh, a l.tdy vuo lik lived lit Chicago nil Iter lao
and is well known 1 1 tho city, especuUly on the Setith SUle.
Her iiatr before she cone.neoeed the use of Danderine would
not reach 1h-kv her wal-t. while now tt touches the floor
when she stands erect. Till reinarknMe growth 1h the reult
of u-tni? Danderine. the grandest cf all hair and scalp soaks,
regularly as a Uresslug.
It Gavo Her Hair Uow Life
fal will do the sassa for yon If you giro It a fair trial. Dan
derine nuts new life sn4 vigor In lxiu the hair and scalp. It
inalii'9 the h:.ir flntTv. sllSy, and there, seems to lo no limit In
If vou want tn lie in al the
litiisli vim tnttsl nut only t;irt -bill
vou inn?-! "jpet ilf" riolit.
Same thino- applies la bank -eount.
The only way to have
one Is to start one now, lnt
start ri.irlit. Make your liist de
posit here, and watch it ffrow.
Our plan maker it easy. Maj we
explain it tt yonV
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
IS AN ACCIDENT THAT HOUSE
WIVES HAVE TO CONTEND
WITH OFTEN, ESPECIALLY THE
HOT WATEB PIPE FROM RANGE
TO BOILE8. RANGE WORK AND
THE REPAIRS TO HOT WATEB
AND STEAM HEATING A RE
LINKS THAT WE GIVE SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO. WE SEND
NONE BUT EXPERT WORK
MEN WHEN CALLED, AND OUR
WORK IS SCIENTIFIC AND SAT
ISFACTORY. PERRY 6c CO.,
New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.
H. B. SIMMON,
H. I). Mack,
If. S. Meafr.V.
II. B. Siniinon.
The Pullmans arc
likes Harvey's timing cai