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THE ARGHTS, SAT D BP AY, JUNE IS, 1904.
"Gfie Biggest Fish
ALWAYS GET AWAY"!
If we arc to believe the 4Ktorte-"' aneler tell at this
Mme uf the year. It iMi't at neee.s-.ary to "fish" for
,the JpABGAIXS otTereil at. the I'ioneer ( ash Grocery, they
are liiere to be hal fr tlie asking ant! there i no possi
bility about, your losing- any of the BARGAINS either,
if von laee vonr firt ortler :it once ami continue to be
a iKi L'bA I J I l.VIO.M Y.li. J-nieuioer Abb IIKOCEKIKS
BOUGHT AT THIS STOKE HAVE THE "SHIELDS QUAL
ITY." A FEW OF THE MANY:
4 lb. package Gold Dust 15c
Star Tobacco, per lb 45c
Dairy Butter, per lb 15c
. lls large i ied Peach
es .... 25c
:'. lhs Large Dried Pears 25c
lbs Dried Apricots 25c
12 liars Soap . . 25c
l lb pkg Corn Starch 5c
1 lb kt4 Baking Soda 5c
Large Box Lye . . 6c
12iccan Pumpkin 3 for 25c
Fall Salmon '.' cans for 25c
Xoika Outs :) pks for 25c
( lero Fruto per iky; . 5c
l I bean Calumet Baking
Powder . . . 20c
:i pkgs Graham Crack
ers . . . 25c
Fruits and Vegetables of All Kinds Fresh
Uhe Store With ev. ICepvitOction Behind It.
We are Showing the Largest
and Most Exclusive
In the tri-cities, comprising ev
erything in the shirt line worth
having. Silk, Flannel, Mohair,
Madras, Percale, with or- with
out collars. All sizes to fit all
shapes, the short, the tall, the
fat, the small, can get shirts at
prices that will conform with
any pocketbook. We are sole
agents for the celebrated Man
hattan Shirt. A very large line
of shirts with cuffs attached.
We invite inspection.
Ynil KNOW us Vi
ROCK ISLAND LL
TWO ASK DIVORCE MISS F6IGH0R BRIDE
OF COMING WEEK
Husband Petitioner in One Pro
ceeding and the Wife in
LOUISE LLOYD IS DESERTED
Edgar X. Thompson Accuses His
Spouse of Intimacy With
Two suits for divorce were filed in
tht? office of the circuit clerk last even
ing, the wife the complainant in one
ami the husband in the other.
Louise Lloyd, of this city, declares
that she was married at Chicago, June
12. 15o0, to Arthur D. Lloyd, and that
in June two years later he deserted
her without having any cause to do so.
She asks the court to order her hus
band to pay her alimony in an amount
sufficient to provide for her needs and
allow her to resume her maiden name.
Bdgar N. Thompson, also a resilient
of this city, avers that 11 years after
his marriage he discovered that his
wife AgBes was unfaithful to her mar
riage vows and that he refused long
er to live with her. He names as co
respondent David Vaadllegan. The
couple were married at Davenport,
..larch 29. IN, and have two chil
dren. IMgwr and Arties, aged respec
tively 15 and s years, the custody of
whom the complainant asks. n. M.
McCaskrin is attorney for both plain
tin's. Huce I. Inn ult IHmiuLkciI.
When the offering of evidence in
the ejectment suit of Zendel Colin
against Karl Reinhart had been fin
ished yesterday afternoon the case
was dismissed on the motion of the
plaintiff. This was done after the at
torneys for the defendant had filed a
motion to have the jury instructed for
the latter. The suit prows out of a
fence line dispute on the east side of
Eleventh street between Ninth and
OENESEO SCHOOL MAY BE
CHANGED INTO A COLLEGE
Rev. W. S. Marquis, of this city, was
la (Jenesco yesterday where he at-
ended a meeting of the board of trus-
trees of the (leneseo College institute
at which it was practically decided to
increase the scope of the Institution
to embrace all the work done in the
Before this can be done, it will be
necessary to secure the co-operation
of the College board of the Presbvter-
lan church, and to make certain
hanges in the articles of incorpora
tion. Whether or not the co-operation
of tlie board can lie secured will dd-
pand largely on the apparent local In-
erest and enthusiasm. The plan to
ilevelope a college in Genesee) involves
ill that has been previously planned
for the institute in the way of a new
building, endowment. equipment.
etc.. and necessitates the enlargement
of those plans to meet the larger
needs of a college.
A committee, composed of Rev.
sarquia and Prof. Thompson was ap
pointed to make preliminary plans and
o to New York to lay the matter be
fore the college board.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH IS
NOW WITHOUT A PASTOR
Rev. Frederick A. Heisley, who has
been in charge of Trinity Episcopal
hutch tlie past year, is leaving the
city next week. His year expired last
Sunday, he having been secured when
Rev. R. V. Sweet was grant ed an ex
tended leave of absence to recuper
ate. Ir. Sweet havinir resigned this
leaves the caurch without an active
piritual head. The services, begin
ning tomorrow, will be conducted by
the laymen of the church, until the
vestry appoints a pastor. Rev. Heis
ley has not decided definitely where
he shall locate, bat it is probable that
he shall go east.
RqcxI by HI. IHrtr.
"A doctor here has sued me for
50, which I c!;iim excessive for
a cave of cholera morbus," says R.
White, of Coachella, CaL "At the trial
he praised his medical kill and uwcli
eine. I asked him if it was nt Cham
berlain's Colic, holera and Diarrhoea
Remedy he aaed as 1 bad good reason
to believe it was. and he would not say
under oath it was not." No doctor
could use a better remedy than this
in a case of cholera morbus, it newr
fails. Sold bv :ill dru'git.
For Hundred Yeara.
For a hundred years r more Witch
Ilael ha.- been recognized a a superi
or remedy, but it remained for K. C.
DeWitl JL- Co. of Chicago, to discover
how to combine the virtues of Witch
Hazel with other antiseptics, in the
form of a salve. DeWitt's Witch Ila
,:el Salve is the bet salve in the world
for sore, cuts, burns, bruises, and
piles. The high standing of his Calve
has given rise to counterfeit, and the
public is advised to look for the name
"DeWitt" on the package, and accept
no other. Sold by all druegists.
Kil Kattc Trsn.fera.
June 17 Car Cederlund to Bert A
Fagerburg. E. 4.". feet, lot B, block 4.
Os!orne's add.. Moline. t'JW.
Tr dulls the scythe of Father Time,
drives away wrinkles of approaching
old age the elixir of life that puts
hose in the human heart Holliter's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. T. H.
To be Led to Altar by Walter A. Kiui,
Well Known Yonng Trav
The marriage of Walter A. Russ and
Miss Anna J. Feighor. young people
well-known in the city, takes place
next Monday morning at f o'clock at
St. Joseph's church, with a nuptial
high mass celebrated by Rev. Thomas
Mackin. The bride-elect is the daugh
ter of N. J. Feighor. 520 Twelfth
street, a graduate of the Academy of
the Immaculate Conception, Daven
port, and an artist of considerable lo
cal note. Mr. Russ travels in Illinois
for the Hartz & Bahnsen company.
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble is in
A. L. Beard.' of St. Lonte, is visiting
in Rock Island.
Ixjuis Jones departed today for Chi
cago to spend Sunday.
Judge E. E. Parmenter is visiting
his old home in Edgington.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colter, of Chi
cago, are visiting In the city.
Miss Alice Reed, of Galesburg, is the
guest of Rock island relatives.
Harry and George Browning, of De
troit, are visiting friends in the city.
Leon Brown, of Eigin. is spending
a few days with Rock Island friends.
Will C. 11 uber. of Rockford. la., was
the guest of Rock Island friends today.
Miss Agnes Flannery, of Des
Moines, is visiting Miss Agatha
Mrs. Hat tie Leins ha:; gone to Chi
cago to visit with her brother. Dr. J. C.
Mrs. P. T. Anderson and son of
Rockford, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Davis.
.Miss May O'Connor has returned
from her school in the east to spend
her summer vacation at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith H aggers arrived
lu re this morning from their home in
Danville, 111., to visit for a week.
.Miss Mabel Freistat departed this
morning for DeKalb. 111., to attend the
summer session of the normal seluxd.
Henry L Brixey arrived in Rock Isl
and last evening from his home in
Streator, III., for a few days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. G. L Mitchell and
daughter. Miss Ella. leave for St.
Louis tomorrow morning for a week's
visit at the world's fair.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Bisbee, of
Bisbee, of Baton, . M.. were in this
city yesterday visiting relatives while
on their way to Hot Springs. Ark.
George H. Martin, of Harrisburg.
Pa., who nas been the guest of rela
tives in Rock Island for the past two
weeks, departs tonight for his home.
John A. Udden, Jr.. left yesterday
for Ann Arbor. Mich., where he will
spend six months on the United States
geological survey as special assistant
on the hydrography division.
CHILDREN'S DAT AT THE
U. P. CHURCH TOMORROW
The United Presbyterian church and
Sunday school will observe children's
day tomorrow in a joint service at
lo: 15 a. m. The pastor, Rev. D. L.
MeXary, will preach a short sermon
and the choir will render special mu
sic. The following program will be
"Flowers and Trust." Hazel Mauzy.
"Fragrance of a Gentle Life." Min
"Only a Seed." Edna Buettner.
"Do What I Can." Ruth Andrews,
"Only a Rose." Willie Kerr.
"Our Father's Care," Blanche Al
brecht. "Who Made the Flowers?" Mamie
Recitation, four boys. Elmer Al
brecht, Cecil Koch. Clarence Ober
staller, John Ob'-rstalb r.
AWARD OF PRIZES BY THE
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA
The fair given by tne Daughters of
America at Hes lin's hall Thursday
Friday night came to a successful
close with a large crowd in attendance
and a large income netted. The list
of prizes awarded follows:
World s lair trip, by Freddie Zehner.
Portsmouth. Ohio; ladies diamond
ring, Nettie hristoo. Upper Alton,
111.; silver knives, forks and spoons.
Mrs. A. Bourdoan. Rock Island: silk
shirt waist suit. V. Lind. Mollne; toi
let set, Leven Hartman. Davenport.
Those who secured prizes can secure
the same by calling at the store of
C S. Mick. M13 Second avenue, whose
place of business will be open Wed
nesday and Saturday evenings until
S p. m.
A Stranr Heart
is assured by perfect digestion. In
digestion swells the stomach and
puffs it up against, the heart. This
causes shortness of breath, palpita
tion of the heart and general weak
acsa. Koii.d D-pepsia Cure cures in
digestion, relieves the itomsc h. take
the strain off the he-art and restores it
to a full performance of its functions
naturally. Kodol increases the
strength by enabling the stomach and
digestive organs to cSgest, assimilate
and appropriate to the blood and tis
sues all of the fod nutriment. Tones
! ihe stomach and digestive organs.
J Sold by all druggists.
Superintendent Ferguson Advises
County Schools to Hold
TAKE PLACES IN THE CITIES
After Gaining Kxperience In Kural
Districts Certificates Gtvea
Training of teachers for the city
schools at the expense of the country
schools is discouraged in a circular
that S. J. Ferguson, the county sup
erintendent, is addressing to the dis
trict boards in Rock Island county
outside Rock Island and Moline.
"My purpose is to raise the stan
dard of the work in the country
schools through showing the boards
the advisability of employing teachers
of experience. These can be secured
only by increasing the salary scale
over the county, and I will urge that it
"One seeking appointment in the
schools of Roc k Island and Moline be
fore receiving consideration must
show that experience of a practical
character has been hail, preferably in
the country schools. The young wom
an who wishes a position in the cities.
In other words, is advised to go into
the rural districts, seek an appoint
ment, remain a few years and then
renew her application for a place In
Harder Work In Country.
"I contend it is a mistaken Idea thai
if is easier to teach a country school
than one in the eity. In the country
the teacher stands virtually alone in
the direction of her school. In the
city she has the principal and super
intendent, hesides idder heads in the
same building with her to whom she
can appeal for counsel. My advice
is for the country schools to engage
the best of teachers anil pay them
enough to hold them."
Twelve Kerelve Certificated.
Twelve of the class of 30 taking the
examination at the office of the county
superintendent this week have been
issued certificates to teach by Mr.
Ferguson. They are Misses Emma
Hepler. Bessie Beeler. Hat tie Wig
gins, Rock Island; Miss Mildred Van
deburgh. Cordova: Misses Ruby
Young. Ruth Buffum, Ethel Young.
Mabel LIndquist, Milan: Miss Delia
Beeding, Buffalo Prairie; Miss Nellie
M. Moran, Coal Valley; Fred A. Cox,
ALDERMEN SEE A STREET
SWEEPER IN OPERATION
The members of the city council at
their special meeting last evening t'o
inspect the Austen street sweeper in
operation visited Moline instead of
Davenport, as intended originally. The
sweepers on the Davenport side were
not in use last evening. The alder
men were pleased wilii I lie results
attained in Moline. Four miles of
pavement are cleaned in a night. The
apparatus is maintained comparatively
at small cost, requiring two men and
a team to operate. To avoid raising
of dust first the streets are sprinkled.
The Moline authorities expressed
themselves as well pleased with the
sprinkler. One can be bought for
$::."o, and the manufacturer is willing
to send one on here for a month's trial.
NEW MEMBERS OF WOODMEN
THIS YEAR NUMBER 42,948
The board of directors of the M. W.
A., with head consul A. R. Talbot, Lin
coln, Neb., who have been in session
here, departed yesterday for their re
spective homes. While here they al
lowed 316 mortuary claims, aggregat
ing $671,600, the orders in payment
of which will be paid to the beneficiar
ies Monday by Head Clerk C. W.
Hawes. The list of new members add
ed to this order this year is as fol
lows: January. 6,374; February. T.r.tf;
March. S.K74 : April, x,0-o; May, 7,252;
June, to date, -!,4oo; total, 42.94X.
ORGAN RECITAL BT PROF.
B0DF0RS AT M. E. CHURCH
Prof. A. D. Bodfors, instructor in
pipe organ at Augnstana college, will
give a pipe organ recital at the First
Methodist church at 7:30 tomorrow
evening marking the close of his tem
porary engagement as organist at the
church. The following program will
Fugue. E flat. Bach.
Benediction. Nuptials. Hollina.
Suite Gotbique, Boellmann.
In I'aradise. Du Bois.
Finale, from Soaate, opus 42. GuU-mant.
Notice to the Public.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Black Hawk Pressed Brick com
pany, held May 24. 1004, at the office
f the company, there was adopted an
amendment to the articles of incor
poration an 1 the by-la Wl changing the
name to the Rlark Hawk ( lay Manu
.1. B. PHILLIPS. Bec'v.
Memorial exercises will be held
Sunday, June 1&, l!o4. All members
of the- order are requested to assem
bfc at I. O. O. F. hall at 2 p. m. sharp
to proceed to Chlppiannoek cemetery..
All visiting Brothers and Sifters are
cordially invited to attend. In case
of rain services will be held in the
C o mf ortable.
See tlie different kinds we have. A
Assort menl - all good.
It pays to liuy a (iood Refrigerator
the kind we sell. The Leonard Clean
able and the Opal Lined we guarantee
in every way, and then we save you
Just received a beautiful assortment
of Rugs in all sizes. These are strictly
new fall patterns and the finest things
produced. If you want the newest, if
you want the best, always come to the
Furniture & Carpet
Opposite M opsonic Temple.
123-125 West TKird Street, Davenport.
We Are Not
When we tell you
that we have the
Suits in town. Come
in and be convinced.
Men's Flannel Suits 5.00
Men's Flannel Suits 6.50
Men's Flannel Suits 7.50
Men's Fine hard Worst
ed Suits 10.00
Plentv for Slim and Fat Men.
SOMMERS & LA VELLE.
lcS04 Second Ave.. Rock Island.
Hats Made of Dainty and
Hats that are 'Becoming and
Hats that arc the Acme of
Jtyle at the Very Lobvest
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Cornel" Fourth aveuui and Twentieth street.
The only real 5 cent eiar to be had at the
only Real ( iar Store.
YOU KNOW THE BOYS Bosco and Clint
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