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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JTJJLY 5, 1904.
ie22 Third Ave.
ONLY THE B EST
Is good 901 lor you. That's
whii you -t when you place
voot order bare. iik over this
list for your Bandar dinner. W
arc 1 1 : r yon will be pleased:
Soup Hunches, I'artdey.
Leaf Lettuce, Wax Heaus.
Green Beans, 8unb,
Carrot-. Beets, New Potatoes,
Bpinaeh, Celerj, Rhubarb.
Oneirics by the case.
Hating1 ami Cooking Apples.
Btrawnerilea, Qrape Fruit,
California ( herrie.
Rod Raspberrfc r,
lr- . Chickens, Spring
Chickens, Bret sed-to-ordet
1620 SECOND AVENUE.
The man with a bank account
is able to take sd vantage of op
portunities which are clear oat
of reach of the thriftless man.
Start an account at once, a
dollar srfll do, and add to it sys
tematically! You'll be saiptised
now it will grow .
OUR NLVY PLAN MAKK8 IT
EASY. LET US TKIX IOFJ
Raaaesaber, ever dollar saved
means two earned. Here is an
opirt unity to save some mon
ey. I only 1 one grade of
work that's the best at a price
that is hound to suit you. Iet
me give you an estimate on
your work. Don't let it ro for
awhile. Neglect will not better
the conditions. Remember, ex
tractions are absolutely pain
less Herman Paulsen,
D. D. S.
Hurst Block. Twentieth Street.
'Phone West 1418.
I State Convention of the Society Be
gins Thursday Evening at
SESSIONS WILL LAST FOUR DAYS
ripiafcif t W rld- Ilrpulalloi
Will He llrartl Cte
Many churcu notables appear on the
program for the state convention of
ih Christian Bndeavor, which meets
at ffjil liaiftaltl Thursday for a four
days' session. Headquarters will be
Bttintalned at the Second Presbyterian
church anrl those who register there
aril be presented with a pretty and
appropriate souvenir. Bekpw la Bjiven
the full program for the week:
1 katirfB I '. ralac.
7:45 Soag service, chorus.
8 : 00 Opening the convention. Pre?
Meat Henry Marcatpdn, Chicago.
8:30 Address of welcome in behalf
of the slate. Gov, Richard Yates.
B T HisnHlBfi in behalf of the C.
B. state union. Vic- President Rev. F.
". Barn ham, Becatnr.
S:4 Addreaa, the Rev. .lames If.
Gray, H. I., Boston.
First Presbyterian church, the Rev.
J. a. Plakbeiner, Chicago; Centra
Baptist, the Rev. Finis IlfSewinn. Dix
cn; First If. BL, the Rev. I). L. Temple.
Baal St. Loots.
9:00-10:00 - Bible study Second
Presbyterian church, the Rev. .lames
10: 30-1 1 : SO Workers' conferences
First Presbyterian church, F. B. Pope.
DuOnoin: "District and Local Catena,"
"Bible Study and BvangeUst ic." "Mia
sionary." Central Baptist, Fred .!.
Kim;. Chicago; "District aud Local
Cnions." "Citizenship." "Missionary."
Pint M. BL. Miss Carrie B Kuapp;
"District and Local Unions," "Junior
and Intermediate.' "Missionary."
10: 30-1 1 : 30 Union ofneera' confer
ence First Christian church. Von )g
den Vogt, Boston, (For officers and
superintendents of district, county and
city tinions only. I
12: 06 Bvantf -'1st ie servic es.
direction of Rev. Finis Idlemaa
Second Presbyteriaa church,
dent Man aaat a, presiding.
2:00 Song m rvice.
2:10-2:40 Addreaa, Rev.
Match, general secretary c. B
2: ;n "run Address. V. H.
3:30-4:20 -Denominational rallies
First Congregational church. Rev. W.
J. Johnson, presiding; Grace Lntheran
church. Rev. J. m. Francis presiding:
Bacond Presbyteriaa, Rev. T. D. I
ean presiding; First Christian. Rev.
Hugh T. Morrison presiding: Central
Baptist, Rev. B. B. Rogers presiding:
United Brethren, Rev. & H. Shu. y
pre aiding; United Bvnngelicnl, held at
the First Presbyterian church. Rev. J.
(;. Plnhetner presiding.
State Armory. Vice President
7:4ft Song service, chorus.
8:00 Devotional exorcises,
si.", Address, Rev, Charles
rick Goss, CiacinnatL
B:00-S:46 Quiet hour services
First Presbyterian church, Rev. J, t ; .
Plakbciaer; Central Baptist church,
Rev. Fifth. Idlemaa; First M. Bt
church. Rev. D. L. Temple.
: 00-10:00 Bible study Second
Presbyterian church, Rev. J. If. Gray.
10:30-11:30 Workers' conferences -First
Presbyteriaa church, w. R Ce-
perly. Chicago: Central Baptist, N. L.
Johnson, Hatavia: First M. EL, Miss
Bin tea Shaeberger, Chteago.
10:30-11:30 Union olBcers' ooafer
no First Christian chnrch. Von (ty
den Vout jiresidins. Subject. "Tin
Local Soci ty."
12:00 BVaagelistic services, under
the direction of Rev. Finis Idlcnian.
l:tu i : i.nn. i!' on tor junior Bll-
serlatendentfl and workers. First Pres
12:00-1:45 Lancheon for mission
ary superintendents ami workers
F'ir.t Cdngn national church.
alur,l.-i t Urriiniio.
Second Presbyteriaa chnrch,
d nt Marcnaaon presiding
2:00-3:00 Business seaaion.
3:000:00 At disposition of
;: Baaonet to ntirint and
coming otflc-. rs at St. Nieholaa.
State Armory. Vice President Bura-
7:30 District, county anil local
union rally. Roll call of union, in
stallation of officers elect.
1:15 Address. Miss K. Stafford
B :4ft Addrese. Vcn Ogdn Vogt.
general secretary United Society
8 : :P-y : 1 5 Quiet hour service? Sec
ond Pref.ierian church. Miss R
9:30 Att ndance upon
10:20 Attendance upon
church s' rvict-s.
Si .ta- . f tt-rooo.
2 :,. Jenipr raily - First
Ichlreh. Miss Frances IeBaron, Chi
3 :ou Meeting
Presbyterian church, Miss E. Stafford
State Armory, President Marcusson
7:45 Song service, chorus.
8:00 Devotional exercises.
8:15 Address. Professor Herbert
D. Willet, Chicago.
9:0(i Closing consecration service.
Miss E. Stafford Miller.
M0LINE BICYCLIST RUNS
AGAINST STONE ABUTMENT
John Anderson, of Moline. employed
at the factory of the Barnard & Lena
Manufacturing company, was return
ing home from Rock Island on his bi
cycle yesterday afternoon when, in
making an abrupt turn under the
Hr.oks crossing at Thirty-ninth street
and Fifth avenue, he took a header and
brought up against the east stone abut
ment, inflicting an ugly gash in the
forehead and bruising his face severe
ly. The ambulance was summoned and
Anderson was carried to the Elm
street drui? store, where his wounds
were dressed by Dr. F. H. First, after
which he took a street car for his
home in Moline. Anderson came to
this country only a few months asro
from Sweden, and has just recently
purchased a wheel. Yesterday he felt
that he had mastered the machine
well Dough to take a spin to Rock
Island, and got along all right until
he hit the turn at the crossing on
the return trip.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con
tinuously." writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver
bena. Ala. "I had a terrible case of
pil s. causing 24 tumors. When all
failed. Hue-Men's Arnica Salve cured
me. BOjoully sod for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25 cents at
Hartz Ai- Cllemeyer's drug store.
CITY COUNCIL OFFICIAL
City Council Room, Rock Island.
July 4. The Council met at 5:30 p.
ni. in regular session. Mayor McCon
ochie presiding and all the aldermen
present except Hause. The minutes
of the last regular and adjourned
meetings were read aud approved.
Alderman Anderson from the Fi
nance Committee, reported an ordi
nance, which was considered allowing
claims against the several funds as
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ORANGEMEN ARE TO
HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC
Celebration is to Take Place the 27th
of This Month at the Grove
The 27th annual picnic of the
Orangemen of Roc k Island and Mercer
counties is announced to occur at Pre
emption. July z. Alexander Smith,
of Galva; I.. D. Thomason. of Aledo,
and D. T. Robertson, of Oswego, are
to be the orators of the occasion, and
will be followed by three-minute talks
by a number of clergymen and busi
The celebration will be held in the
beautiful grove near to the village
which has been the scene of these
gatherings of the members of the so
ciety and their families and friends
for many years. It is a holiday for
for the farmers for miles around, and
many go from the city to join with
them in observing the day. P.leuer's
band of this city has been engaged
to furnish the music.
It is announced that "there are wat
er and shade in abundance and num
erous refreshment stands, merry go
rounds and all sorts of legitimate
amusement will furnish entertainment
for the crowd."' J. I. Johnston has
been elected president of the day and
Foster Armstrong superintendent of
PONY CLEARING THIRTY
FOOT HURDLE WITH BARNUM
When the Barnum & Bailey show
comes here July 25 all lovers of great
Jumping horses and ponies will have
their eyes opened and their intelli
gence staggered by the wonderful per
formance of several high and long
distance jumping horses. Most of
these horses were exhibited at the
K T Anderson
II C Si-hatTer. rlerk hire
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hni-rt. Park Commimionor
I.ONC, VICKW ACCOFNT.
Gaetier, Park Commissioner . .
BPRNCRR SQUARE ACCOFNT.
Par Mob son
w II Reed
Pponror & Trefz
II O Kolf
J T Nottnlter
V L Yerhury
: C, ('rats .Ir
It C BOBSOB
A O Smith
L S Mi C. be & Co
ninsrtriaT i T
YonnK & IfcOoaihs
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K. P Kill
j s Ottanore
K C Benson
M J Phillips
Majjer MfR Co
A Mr Donald
Chaa Ml- loW
Weverhaueser I leiikniami
J S tSilmore
Mosenf, liier it Kohn
Cleniann & Salzmann
It C Pennon
Yotliu? Al MeCombs
E E Iatnp
L S M.Cabe & Vaj
Henry Darts Sons
Mrs M Kuan'
T II Tlioinaa
rtlBtth : Hause
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KIKE DEFAKTMKNT NO. 2.
Cbinann 4c Salzmann
Massaft 'der it Kohn
Young a- MeComba
KIKE DEPARTMENT NO. 3.
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Cleniann & Salzmann
Moser.felder A Kohn
Youiik tc MeCombs
Mrs H Wheeland
John Vota a c
ATEItWOKKS ln:i ACTMENT
Heserroir Expanse Afount.
H F Lamp
Atl ft sou .
B I Sar.ed A Grave:
Meyer tc Bebiinc. . ..
J T Nottsker
Cbannon, Perry a Co
great annual torse snow :n Madison
Square garu-n. New York, and took
first prizes. One "the jumpins won
uer is a chestnut pony, six years
old. 42 inches high. He :s the winner
of 13 jumping prizes, is well broken to
saddle and kind in harness. He has
cleared 29a feet, over two four-foot
hurdles, with &( pounds up, and has
a high record of six feet one inch.
This pony has been trained, schooled,
and Jumped by a boy. who landed him
a winner at t tie Madison Miniare gar
den show. Besides this remarkable
juniper. J. A. Bailey presents the
ponies. "Kruger" and "Little Tick"
and the famed horse "Evergreen." the
latter showing 18 different paits in
harness, and the high-school horse
"Prince Roland. ' Other equally ex
traordinary feats by well-known and
famous horses will be exhibited in the
?rrand equestrian tournament, in which
horses and riders strain every nerve
to exceed in some Bthriag displays,
moot of which are of a very wonder
ful character. There are 500 horses .i
all kinds. 4ft ponies, and some tiny
little ones, known as the children's
pets. The horses alone are valued at
2250,000, and, indeed, they cost con
siderable more than that sum. There
are some splendid creatures from the
stables of kings, others from Tartary
and Arabia, big Russian stallions. Nor
mandy ami Percheron and Clydesdales
in fact, the best strains of all kinds.
The trained ponies and stallions form
an exclusively interesting part of the
great exhibition, while the running
horses are the best thoroughbreds in
the country. When one considers the
show as a whole, with its enormous
program of performances, comprising
circus, aerial, ground, gymnastic acro
batic clowns, and other displays, its
unparalleled exhibition of elephants,
giraffes, two menageries, two droves
of camels, giant and pygmy animals,
trained animal exhibition, its three
rings, two stages, hippodrome, muse
um, new street parade, ami thousand
and one other sights, it ceases to be
Iilii.r iiav roll
Labor pay roll
I,abor pay roll
lAbor pay roll
A I Smith M tg Co
Neptune Meter Co
K 1 Sand Gravel Co.
J T Noftsker
Lawla ROofina o
BmBtra Coal Co
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Robbtaa v Bnncrort
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Mi line rout Co.
Ii " Benson
B E Iamp
Standard Oil Co
J W Stewart
Davis Ifncfa Shop
Hartz a Hahnsen
Mueller I. umber Co
Smith '.-. Hause
city Hall account
Oainsey square aecoaat
I. nn View account
Spencer Square account
l ire Di ai lment
fleaervoir Bxponaa aeeouut
Waterworks eoiistrui I ion acoounl
Waterworks; expen.i' a. eoiitil ...
us no no
Alderman Westbay moved that the
bill of Bancroft and Robbins and the
A. I". Smith Manulacturing Co., lie
referred back to the Pittance Commit
tee. Carried, s to r.
A yea Westbay, Wilkina, Eckhart,
Oberg. OTonnor. Bextoa, Trefz. Wil
li. ;i S; nay. l! asau, Robbins, Cbrls
tensen, Brooks, And raon r.
The ordinance us amended was then
adopted by uaanimous rote.
Alderman Anderson moved that a
committee of three be appointed to
eanvas the vote of tin- school election.
The Mayor appointed as such com
mittee Aldermen Anderson, Brooke,
The committee reported that at the
election for school directors F. ('.
Deakmana received 211 and .1. w.
Stewart 211 votes, and rommai end rid
that they be declared elected mem
bers of the Hoard of Education for
the ensuing three years. Bepeti
The Clerk read the reports of var
ious city officers, which were receiv
ed and placed cm file.
The Clerk read per it ions from the
People's Power Co., for iermission to
open pavements to extend gas ser
vice pipes. Petition granted.
The Clerk read petitions from
Ward & Mr.Malion for iK-rmission to
make sewer connect ions. Refe rre d f -
the pewer committee with power to
Alderman Brooks offered a rceolB-
tion instructing the City Engineer to
prepare plans and sor'fieations for
a step two-span bridge across the
non.h branch of Rock river. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
Eckhart. H. C-SCH AFTER,
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to Denver and Colorado Springs
with return limit Oct. 31, on sale
Are yovi Figuring on the
R-Ose Bud LsLnds?
$22. 20 to Bonesteol and return.
$20. 95 to Chamberlin and re
turn. $10.80 to Yankton and return.
On sale July 1 to 23, return limit
Toga mi n laiMii 1IBIIM ii iliMliajg
;i wonder thai ii i-
ow on t art h.
PARTY Y0UNQ FOLKS SEND
NAMES UP IN A BALLOON
A parly of young people from Rock
1- land and Moline spent an enjoyable
Fourth at Linwood. leaving the city
in the morning at : o'clock on. the
launch Granfipa. The time was occu
I ii-. i in piayiag games, dancing and
disposing of the 'good things t. eat
provided by the ladies, a number
m" line pictures were taken by l. 1.
Ilotchklss. The young folks returned
al !' o'clock in the i renins and went
to the borne of the Misses Bid red,
1C08 Fifteenth street. A large case
of fireworks were displayed in the
park opposite their home. There were
music and refreshments, and as the
party was dispersing there was a bal
loon ascension. The balloon bore
away carrying .he name of the follow
ing: Missis Rlla Minriebsen. Hatlie
Hinrlchsen, Ehnma Bldred, Tillie B9
dred, Anna Oberg, Carrie Ferkelsen,
Emma Johnson. Blanche (Jregg. Lillian
Davis, Mamie Knost and Annie Bailey,
the latter of Cedar Rapids, own;
Messrs. 1. E. White, Abrah am son,
11. 1). Block, 1 1 . Linderholm, U Pet
erson, n P. tlotchklss, M . P. Camp, B.
I. Thompson, i'. t;. I. inter. Pave Lar
son. H. T. Lnndgren, B. T. Bsterdahl,
J. E. Anderson.
Uats and Miw die out of the house
when they cat
Rat and Roach Paste
It It al.io!iiteTy renaM1, ana the on'y I
auamntmi raiexterniliiatoron ujb market.
2 oz. box, 25 cents; 16 oz., 81.00.
Al. tl";!'r. 'r it .'xprsn lirii.ilil .11
receipt -f prlea. Money Baca ir It
falls! to ilo the work.
BTEAnnV ELECTBIC PASTS CO.,
Tribune ltuliainir. Chl a.. 111. 24
SOLD i:v T. II. THOMAS.
Every Tuesday and Thursday.
Only $.y for the round trip.
Return limit, seven days. Daily
ore sell 60-day tickets for C.50.
Ol II SKH VII i::
Leave Peoria 7:1", a. m., ar
rive St. LouiS 2 p. rn.
Leave Peoria 2:2u p. m., ar
rive St. iiui 8 p. ax
Tick Is at eit tieki t ofliee,
329 Main street, and union sta
tlpn. "Phone Main ,894!.
G. A. SMITH,
To Every Grown
Person who calls at
our store we will
gLve a valuable
Booklet and a Free
1 ample Box of
Htswrper House Pharmacy
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
S. F. Boyd.
D. P. A.. Davenport, la.
BB (Putontodi OW
Won't Spot Clothes
Costs 10 Cants, Equals 20 Cents
worth cf any other kind of bluing
H'iftglt-Stick i a stick of (soluble blur- to
a ni ter naif insiaaa peri era wn winmmi mu",
throtmh which the w t-r Hows and diaaoWeo
hlRECHONS fQli USE:
WiggleStick around in the water.
Mnnufaotnred only hy
THE LAUNDkY BLUL COMPANY. Chicago
Have You Seen
tTncle Sammy is t lie
Latest two-step hit
from 1 1 1 pon of Abe
Holzman, the com
poser f "Snook y
Mokes" and "Bunch
It Keeps the Hands a.rvd
A Master Melodious
Man h C Marked
Merit anil sells Cor
Only 15 Cents.
( at ou r warerooms
:uil hoar it. played.
Yours for popular music
1609-1609 Second venna.
In connection with the Queen & Cres
cent Ronte, to certain points In AJa
banaa, Georsda, 'l rida, North and
South Carolina, Keatncky, Mississippi,
Tennessee and Virginia on the
FIRST AND THIRD TITJEnV
DAYS IN BACH MONTH.
May to BTevember, 'M)4, haclnsive, at
the very low rati- ..f oae fare for the
round trip, plus St. Tfeaels are (food
going 15 days, ami for Btop-Of eSS
Onth of the Oliio river, with Baal lim
it for return of 1 ilay from date of
On the same dates one-way Settlers'
tir-kts will ! soli! to points in the
aiiin territorjr at one-bnj ( tir--t class
rates, plus from Ohio river gate
ways. For rates, Bf hefti!e and full infor
mation, call in your nenrext ticket
itgerit. or write to .7. S. Met'iiMoiiih,
N. V. P. A.. 225 Dearborn afreet, ( hi-
For information about farm lands,
busincK location, etc., write T. B.
Thaek ton. at' nt. Land and IndtiKtrinl
Iepai tineijt. ':.'5 Dearborn street. Chi
cago. HI. or G. B. Allen, A. O. P. A.,
St. I ouis, Mo.