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JTHE AHGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER' 10, 190.
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bat I bavr found an
eany nay to Krl my
iuour all bark and more
with It bj itolog bui
nen nith thl man tbat
dor JiiMt xnftly a be
advert Icm, and pride
biniMflf to havr the
lionir of tlif clone buy
er and buy. nod aellK
and trade more Mecond
baud Kuili than all the
Mecond band denier in
the three eltle put to
nether. Jut think, over
COO Htovea for Kale or ri
ebance from $1.00 up.
Complete lied Spring
and Mattree from
V1..0 up. Now nlien you
mint to aeil your houMe
holil pouih or buy houe
bold kouiN. or Mtore your
bouaehold tood, or net
a loan on houxehold
Kod.i or on Miunll real
eattate come and nee me,
the man thxit nobody
UAVhNPUKI UUIS. .
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A Bottle of Wine Free.
In order to direct sharp attention to our new season's
stock of wines and liquors, both imported and domestic,
we wi!l give absolutely free with every dollar purchase
or over a bottle of fine California wine. Our- stock in
cludes the finest Eastern Rye and Kentucky Bourbons
and we have also just received several large shipments
of California wintes.
- y RETAIL
union Lewis, store
Market Square Corner Seventeenth Street and Third
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Solid G round in
Times of Stress g
Is more than desirable it's ab- !
solutely necessary. With your q
heating apparatus the time of J
stress comes with cold weather, x
and if it's not in condition to X
supply an equable temperature O
to all parts of the house in the g
lowest temperature it's not g
worthy your use. 'Twill cost
you nothing for our expert in- q
spection probably will save you A
many dollars in coal bills. q
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CHANNON, PERRY S CO.,
Davia Block. Old Thone 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.
Wall Paper Clearance Sale
For thv next two weeks wo vill sell all short lots of
Wall Paprr at ".') per cent retiuction. at less than cost, as
we want to make room for new poods. On all regular pa
per we will make a reduction of WW 1-3 per cent discount.
AH work done by us guaranteed to be the best. We have
about 15 rooms of paper we will sell at $1 per room in
the following quantities: C ceiling, 10 wall. I yards bor
der. Paridora & Son,
419 SEVEXTEEMn STREET. v 'phone .1213. Old "phone I nlon 213
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
II. B. SIMMON,
Central Trusts Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock 9100.000. Four Per Ceat Interest raid on Ueponlta.
C. J. Larkin.
J. J. LaVelle,
H. E. Casteel.
I D. Mudge,
II. H. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremann
H. D. Mack.
M. S. Heagy,
H. B. Simmon.
Lost His Whiskers.
Jay Endtrton staked his handsome
whiskers, the pride of himself, the
envy of many another young man an-.l
the admiration of the Iadit-s, upon the
f lection of Jude Wade. Theodore II.
Roesche, travelir.g representative for
the White Lily Washer company, took
the $5 end of the let on Dawson. As
is weil known by this time, he won
the wager and has already served no
tice upon Mr. End-, non. that he will
be expected to put himself upon the
blnxk and be s!,orn of his whiskers.
Ask Change of Venue.
In the damage case filed by James
White, against George Knocke. Sr..
and George Knocke, Jr.. to recover a
monetary sum for alleged injury t.i
reputation and honor by reason of
false arrest and malicious prosecu
tion in connection with the Dixon cat
tle thievery case. the defendants,
through Fred W. Neal and C. H. Mur
phy. have filed a motion with tho
court fur a change t,f venue to Clin
ton county, stating as the grounds of
such a request (hat both the plaintiff
anil the defendants are residents of
Clinton county, and therefore the
hearing should he held in that co'inty.
Mills Soon Close.
The saw milling season is about
ended. Monday night the Lindsay &
Phelps Lumber company concluded its
work for the season after cutting at
least 22.oootiim feet of lumber. The
steamer Eclipse looked after the mill's
supply during the season, even before
the Mueller Lumber company opened
theirs. The Mueller Lumber company
has a sufficiency of logs on hand, and
expects to keep up work without a
halt for at least a fortnight more, and
may, under favorable conditions, con
tinue to operate until Thanksgiving.
Between the two mills, it is thought
that r.O.ouo.ooO feet of lumber can be
cut for the season.
Will Shoot at Grand Isle.
F. H. Juergenscn. who owns the
property adjoining Schuetzen park and
occupied by Rose Hill and the range
of the Cumberland Gun club, has dis
posed of the property to Albert. V.
Rchaffer for $::.0.!"i. if uie Cumber
land Gun clubs finds it impossible to
arrange for its lease and tenure of the
range from the new owner it will re
move its headquarters and shooting
grounds to Grand Isle.
Remembers the G. A. R.
The last will and testament of Fritz
Dose, who died at Mercv hosnital last
week at the age of S.r years, has been
filed. In it the testator devises a eift
of 200 to August Wentz post, G. A. R..
of which he was a member, while to a
! Chicago Denta! Company
OFFICE 161754 SECOND AVENUE.
tn V Stniatuin.
SiiiSSii Loss of Vigor,
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cured formvmr by
Twenty years' experience
j tn Armv, Iloxvitai and
in Ban if until
euro Um When
cure, nay us
CALL TODAY AND INVESTIGATE
ft $ CONSULTATION FREE
you cannot call, wrlto urn
.yofc trouble Add re ma t
Hygeia Co. imii.
J 0 Davtnport, Iowa
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ncnt. which Is kept entirely separate from the barking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receive.- and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
and removal of nerves done by us, and
the best and most careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
with natural gums that fits in all cases
and when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our office, for our work is
all guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be first class
in every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling $ .25
Gold Platinum Filling 50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns, 22k., 4 and $5 4.03
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
OFFICE. lCe7,2 SECOND AVENUE.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
DR. C. S. MARSHALL.
comrade-in-arms. John D. Tiedemann,
he leaves his household goods, furni
ture, and other personal effects.
Car Hits a Horse.
Yesterday as a driver for the Home
Tea company in his wagon tried to
cross the Tri-City Railway company's
tracks, on Third and Fillmore streets,
one of the westbound .Mt. Ida cars col
lided with the vehicle. The horse was
thrown down, but the fender picked
it up and carried it safely until the mo
mentum of the car was spent, when the
animal arose to its feet unhurt.
At Morbonia hospital, whither she
had been taken from Durant for the
performance of a surgical operation
only a few days ago. occurred the
death of Mrs. Maria Hagen. aged -U
years. Deceased was born in Ger
many, and is survived by a husband
The sad death of Mrs. Peter Juhl.
while under anaesthetics administered
that a crushed finger might be amputa
ted, has caused much sorrow among
her relatives and friends here. Mrs.
Juhl was only 2G years, 3 months and
11 days of age and had been married
seven years. Ueside her husband. Pe
ter Juhl. there survive her mother.
Mrs. Anna Stoecken. and her daugh
ter. Eveline, together with two sis
ters and one brother, Mrs. Dora Timm
sen. Miss Lulu Stoecken and Henry
Stoecken, the latter of Walcott.
COURT HOUSE RECOUP.
In County Court.
Nov. !!. In re guardianship of minor
heirs of Marcus Krone. Guardian's
new bond in the sum of $:i.0oo ordered
on Nov. 1, 19tU, filed, same examined
In re guardianship of Stephen and
Roy A. Miller, minors. Report of sab
ot wards' real estate filed and ap
proved and order for deed.
Estate of Mary Dunlap. Report of
notice to heirs of final report and said
final report and settlement and same
approved. Proof of heirship made in
open court and order of distribution to
said proof of heirship.
In re conservatorship of Martha Me
Onni.l insane. Conservators oat.
taken and filed. Bond of said Thomas
Lees as such conservator filed and
approved and leters of conservator
ship issued to him.
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AND WE CAN
EVF.KTI10IY CAN HATE NICK
IIALIt UV, ana you don't liate t.
wait nnuiinl wcrks ami monlli for
rrul ts lt'ier. You wilt in. pros o
uriila Iniui Ihe ery !irt uiplii btiuii.
llrr Hair Takp oil Nv I.ifo uiitl
liruui 3? tnrli Longer lliuu
it tiai l!-ture.
Knowi.tox Dandkkink t'.,
My tiuir h:is crown 37 itirlicH slnoe I
bCfiMii nsiu!otir Daiiuerliif. ami it Uoi'i'
liK'lit u uroumu. It heoiiii to i.ir!y
rral out ot mycalp. It k now M".iit
feet t!irH liu'hfs I0111;, whli'li I l.liov
U-'als the worm's nn-orii tor ling hair.
M A DKXSMOKi:.
MISS MAY DENSMORE,
31 Delaware Tlace. CUICAGO, ILL.
(JI'mDpininoreii now tlio lontmt
l:airetl lady in tlio world, niadn it ly
tli v- of this ireat Hair (Iruwlii'
NOW at all ilruijist-; In three sien, 25 vtits, 50
couu aud $1.00 per bottle.
To show how quickly Iandriii aoti
we wlil semi s largn sanipio I reo by 1 e
ttirn mail to anyono who si-:1s this
adv rtlsemont to the Know lNn Imulriiia Co.,
hlcaifo. with Itu lr riiino and address auj tou cjut
iu silver or stamps to pay postage.
For Sale and guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy
Accident With Ambulance.
Due to the presence of mind of Ofli-
In re guardianship of minor heirs of cer DeJaeser. Dr. Kohlcr. Officer Carl-
Leonard Zent.raf. Report and resiu-. mark ami a patient probably owe their
Tuesday at 10 p. m. the trio
nation of Peter Kins as guardian filed, j ivt,s
u- t-' put Custafson in the ambulance near
of publishing and posting notice to I1
creditors filed and approved. Final illis hoilie- 71(j Thirteenth street, and
report and settlement of administrator
filed. Hearing thereon set for Friday,
Dec. 2. l'J"4. at 9 o'clock a. m. Or
dered that administrator notify heirs
by publication in some nevppaper in
Rock Isiand county. 111., at least once
in each week for three successive
In re petition of J. William Schv.ing
el for certificate of moral character.
Motion for certificate by II. A. Weld.
Motion allowed on testimony of James
F. Witter. II. A. Weld and H. D.
Biakemore. members of the bar of
Rock Island county in good standing
and certificate issued.
Estate of Oliver L. Robbins. Final
report of administrator filed and ap
proved. Waiver of notice by heirs
and distributees and receipts of heirs
and distributees in full settlement of
their respective distributive shares
filed and approved. Administrator
discharged and estate closed.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10:30 p. m.. or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will bo assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Cheap rates to St. Louis. Mo., on ac
count of tha exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write cr call on
us for full Information. City ticket
office, 329 Main street, Peoria, 111. (J.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M,
DeJaeger was in the act of turning the
ambulance around in the street, when
the wheels caught in a ditch, overturn
ing the ambulance. However, DeJae
ger jumped immediately for the horses'
heads, endangering his o.vn life in do
ing so but managed to secure control
of the team, while Officer Carlmark
fell inside the rig unconscious. Gustaf
son had broken a limb, and it was
this errand that the ambulance was out
on. Carlmark had struck his had and
was rendered unconscious and it was
ten minutes before he regained con
sciousness. He also suffered a cut in
the leg. Three of the plate glass win
dows and the lamp of the ambulance
were smashed and otherwise damaged.
Again "OvercAt Jack."
A new "Overcoat Jack" has been de
scribed to the police by a young lady
who was approached by the mysterious
terror on Fourteentn street and Six
teenth aventiD Tuesday evening. Her
experience with the stranger was simi
lar to that of many others. She was
followed ami badly frightened, but
harm was in no other way attempted.
According to her description the man
is short and of medium build. He has
a smooth red face, which appears
weather-beaten, and he wore a cap and
overcoat of dark, mixed gray, which
extended in length just below the
knees. This is the first description fur
nished which does not portray the
night maurader as a tall man.
Plays With Kewanee.
Moline plays Kewanee high school
at Kewanee Saturday, and the local
eleven and Coach C. E. Deitz look for
a great game. On their record they ex
pect to win. though by a small score.
Stop and Think.
If you want to go to Chicago you
can take one of the C. M. & St. P.'s
fine trains and make an eary and rap- A o1 (i1 rooters will likely ac
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. in.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:53 a. m.,
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi
cago at 7:55 a. m.
Going to the World's Fair?
Your best route is over the Chicago
& Alton railway. All lines of railway
will sell you tickets over this line
whether you decide to go via Peoria
or via Chicago. The rates are as low
as by any line, and your home ticket
agent will be pleased to sell you a
a ticket over the Chicago & Alton
Short Line if you ask for it. Direct
connections with all railroads at Peo
ria and Chicago. Superb day coaches
and Pullman parlor cars. Pullman
sleeping cars and both cafe and din
ing cars. Ask your heme ticket agent
for a ticket via the Chicago & Alton
company the team, which leaves here
at 7 a. m. Saturday and arrives in Ke
wanee at li:lu.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kid
ney trouble. I tried ail sorts of medi
cines, none of which relieved me. One I
f.rs. Allen Operated Upon.
Mrs. Frank Alb-n was taken to the
hospital yesterday suffering with a
sudden attack of appendicitis and an
operation was performed. Mrs. Allen
is president of the Woman's club and
one of the leaders of society in Moline
and the state. The sudden and critical
illness will excite the greatest sym
pathy throughout the city.
Hears Sad News.
Dr. A. M. Deal, whose father died at
Cherokee, la., during the last Christ
mas holidays, has received the sad
word that the elder Mrs. Beal had died
in the same place. Mrs. Beal was the
second wife of the doctor's father, but
she had been his helpmeet for many
years, and she was regarded by the
Moline gentleman with the same af-
Anyone who introduces new ideas or proposes to do things outside
of the "old ruts" is called a quack.
We have been called (macks because we are introducing a new system
(a system that removes the cans of physical ills), with principles
just opposite to those which you have been taught to believe. If we
were 100 or 1,000 miles away offering you some "cure-all" medicine,
you would have good reason to say "quack;" but such is not the case.
We are here and intend to stay and where we are building a reputa
tion as successful handlers of difficult cases, as is proven by the re
sults obtained for our patients.
We are taking cases of Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, Stomach Trouble,
Female Complaint .Constipation, Headache, Dizziness or Vertigo,
Nervousness of ail kinds, and by removing the cause of these troubles
by readjusting the balance of the nervous system, our patients are
restored to health by nature's own efforts. It is not necessary to use
medicines for such troubles; but it is necessary to know that the or
gans affected must have more f uce to be able to perform their work.
Because we propose to produce n suits by this system without mediciue,
up goes tlie cry of "quack;" but it is the other fellow who cries. If
you suffer from any ill, and medicine bus failed to help you, call and
"et us explain why I h is science of Ophthalmology can and will help
We are the only ones in the thre
which measures the uerous system as
measure's heat. In our Ey
Call and see for yourselves.
cities who use
practice we use an entirely new system.
Third Ave. and Seventeenth St.
ROCK IS LAX l). ILLINOIS.
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Wholesale Dealer. In PURE WINE8 and LIQUORS.
CELEBRATED COLFAX MINERAL
Manufacturers of WINTER'8 CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1C18-K18 Third Ave.r, Rck I.U.4.
day I saw aa ad. of your Electric Bit-
the price of seats will be $5 instead of
$10 for a single nit'ht. it being deemed
fection as though she was his own -that the lower rate would appeal to a
mother. : larger circle of the public. The new-
house is proposed to seat l,2u0 aud the
i Will Have Opera House. 't.lans will be taken uu at. once to start
ters and determined to try that. After j Moline will have a new opera house , the subscription fund. W. A. Meese,
taking a few doses I felt relieved, and 'if public effort can make it go. The ' M. J. McEniry and W. F. Eastman
Foon thereafter was cnt:rcly cured, and : Business Men's ax&ociation at its meet- have been named by the Moline Busi
have not seen a sick day since. Xeigh- ing Tuesday evening decided that It ness Men's association as a committee
bors of mine have been cured of rheu-j would undertake to raise $10.,o for to represent the association in the con
matism. neuralgia, liver and kidney , the opening night, to be deposited be- vention of the rpper Mi-M.-sippI River
troubles and general debility." This is fore March 1st. 1905. The plan recent- association to be held at Dubuque. Nov.
what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C. !' broached was adopted with a slight 15 and 10. This is the same committee
writes. Only 50 cents at Hartz & Ulle- change in that the opening entertain-J which represented the association in
meat will be held on two nights and the convention a year at
BIcher.ln Quality than most
tmpen them wrtk other Cqr A
yo fid good reasons for tJteir cottlog
tbe dealer wore thaw other braade
rfUK P. lttt IS. Pf.0RU.tU.
CRJ&INATOR TIN FOIL SM0Kft PACKA&l'