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THE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 190.
A Girl's Charms
are always Increased by the Ju
dicious wearing of fine Jewelry.
A pin. brooch, chain or pendant,
if of elegant design, adds a fin
ishing touch to ber personality
that la always irresistible. By
selecting what 1) required from
the 'stork carried by J. Rataser
you will bare the latest in style
and best in workmanship. Hun
dreds of designs in brooch and
stick pins.- - -
Manufacturing Jeweler and
Inspector for C R. I. & P.
Opposite Harper House.
PEACH. LEMON AND
MINCE PIES AT
WE ALSO HAVE A
OF HOME MADE CAN
LERS. PLOWS, AND
STACY'S BON BON 3
AND CHOCOLATES IN
Chlraa-o. JCov. H. Following are th
IM-nlnc. blKbesU iuwest and closing
quotations In today's markets:
rwccmtM-r. 112H. 11H. 112N.
Mar. 1ISN. II"1.. MiVt.
l-mWr. to. 51 S. . S1V
May. 4. 4S. V
July. 4i. 46H. 4iT.
iHTfmlM-r. S. 29. 2K. 2".
M-y. 2iKt. ats. aiS.
July. 31W. 11.. 3t. SIS
Fwrtu January. 12.57. 12.T0. 12.51. 12.70.
May. Iti7. 1Z.75. 12.57. 12-7i.
January. 7.03. 7.S7. 7.02. 7.07.
May, 7.17. 7.22. 7.17. 7.22.
JJanuary. .r.O. t.SS. 47. .55.
May. 6.C7. 660. S.S7.
Ki-trlpta today: Whrat 41. corn ICS.
hoa-a Jj.0. rattle 2.vu. ahrp
uiimt-d rtK-lpt Thurvday: Wheat
74. rurn 291. outs 67. hogs 2S.OO0.
Iloa; markrt opened ahade lower.
I.llCht 4. .'! 4.w. kmk1 heavy 4 4S4..
m ix 'd and butchers 4JiO(i.7.. rvugU
hrary 4 tW4.
t'atlle nwrkrt opvned strong.
fhrrp mark t-t oprnml Ktrong.
Iloga at Oroglia. V.O0V. cattle 7.000.
I log at Kansas City 1 !.. rattle '.
l'. 8. Yardn. :40 m. m. Hoe; market
y - !-- tovr. UkIK 4. .'.'
4.10. mixed and butehera 4CAg,4
hravy 4.4 rough heavy 4.46
Cattle market weak to low
'Acrr S S0U-"S. cows and heifers 1.00
;. T,it nirrr, 2.71.4o, ttuckrra
and feeder 1.80(14.00.
thr-p markrt strong.
Ilg market closrd more active. Ught
4St4.77. mixed and nutrhera 40
4 7. good heuvy 4.4a0 4-a. rough liravy
4 4" 4 o.
t'attlr market cloaed weak.
Shrrp market rloard steady.
Blew Tark Starka.
NVw York. Nov. 1C. Sugar 147S. fias
1aH. .. H. 1. I. Huthrrn Pa
rlttc if. R at t 97. AtrMson rommoi
AtcMson preferre.1 102 4. C M. &
St. F. 17J. Manhattan Copprr
7S- W. V. Trl. Co. 2S. X. T. Central
it I. V us. C. A A. 44. Reading
common 74 S- Canadian Pacific 1S2.
l-atbrr naiiDin lilt. B. R. T. 8i. Pa
rinc Mall 4. f. 8. Kterl nreferrrd 7.
. S. il common II . t'rnna lift,.
Missouri Parlflc 17. I'nlon Pacific
'S. "oal Iron 73. Krl comn
3i. Wabash Preferred 4t. C. O. W.
24 V. Illinois Central 149. Car Foundrvl
a I. nri"ions Pirri prrirrrea
public tfteel common 1U-
LOCAL MARKET COXOmOXI.
TdB QMtttkM rrsTkUmft, LJtc
Stark Fe4 ul FmL
Rock Island. Nov. 1. Following are
the wholesale quotations In the local
- . PftUlssi mmd Pradar.
Butter Creamery. 23S; dairy. 19 J.
F.cra Freah. 19c.
Lara Poultry Spring chickens, te per
pound: hen a. 7c per pound: ducks. c
dock Sc: turkeva 10flle.
Vegetable Potatoes X0SSc
Qraln New corn 400 42c: oats. J0?
FOR BALL PARK
Grading iff New 8ite is Begun
Today hiy Contractor
Brandt. - a -
READY FOR THE BUILDERS
Central League Has Annual Meeting
.. . ... . "I
May Raise the Salary
Ground was broken today on the site
of the proposed new baseball park
Eighteenth a venae between Ninth and
Tenth streets, by Carl Brandle.' who
has the contract to do the grading from
th miKiibiimi i
It is growing into winter, and asw!lIcn MaJrop Bennett was slain, now
there is a likelihood of the front pene-
trating the ground any one of these
n'ghts and tightening It up so that it
will be difficult to work it. the grading
is to be hatilv carried fnru-ar.t n
, ...,., .
,s ia vc sciecica w:m:n
the next week.
The association has eight proposals
from building rnntrrnr in rnr1.
ance with the modified plan prepared
by Architect L. M. Drack. The holes
for the posts will be dug and all ground
work eotten through with flrt in or
iler to vn!t rfanrer from the first and
the contractor. will continue the build
ing oierators until completed.
The new park, it is anticipated, wil!
finhH hr,rtlv nffr the flrKf o!
ih vr. n there will be no delav
association has received In subscrip-
tions with stjmething overonethousauJ
dollars of the amount requred to buib
the new park. This amount will be
readily secured. It is believed, from I
those of the business people and fol-
lowers of the game, who have not yet
been called upon by the soliciting com-1
Oatral Lessor MrvtiaK. I
Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 1C. The
meeting of the Central Baseball league
hi,n Maicnli, resfilfarl In the settle I
ment of only one Important question
The remainder of the time was de-1
voted to a general discussion of
league affair .
As was exDected. the Evansville
franchise was returned to that city, it
being sold to the recently organized
stock company, composed of O. W. Be
mont Ir 1ihn I Walker and Jsnc
E. Ryan, the former Chicago National
ieaeue star. I
r Contrary to expectations, no official
action was taken regarding the trans-1
fer of the Marion (Ind.) franchise to I
Springfield. O. V. A. Dugan. who
controls the Marlon franchise, made
a strong plea for Its retention, saying
he had been the victim of curcum
stances and promising a successful!
eason if the franchise was not trans-1
ferred. After considerable discussion I
action was deferred until the annual I
meeting, which will be held at Dayton
on Jan. 9.
alary l.lsalt t Be KaUed.
n.,rinr ,he informal discussion fol-
, , ,K .i, muiinv iha mat. I
ter of salary limit came up.' and It Is
k,ki th limit will be raised to
$100. exclusive of the manager.
Stead of $1,200. Inclusive, as at pres
ent It Is probable next year's sched-
ule'wlll call for a season of 140 games
Tho m.i.Pr of the election of a Dres
ident was not discussed. F. R. Carson
of South Bend. Ind.. is an active can-
Ait to aucceed Q. W. Bement Jr.
Those present were John P. W alker
James E. Ryan, aad G. W. Bement Jr.
of Evans ville: B. V. Perkins and W. W.
Irwin of Wheeling. Isadore Mautner
of Fort Wayne. W. A. Dugan or Mar-
Ion. L D. Smith of Terre Haute. John I
Heenan of Grand Rapids, and r.
Carson of South Bend, the last named I
holding the proxy vote of Dayton. Jack I
;rm. former manager of . the Marion I
team, was also present. I
riorka vaaidbe Manatea. I
Toledo O. Nov. 1C. Through theioi
efforts of three or four baseball ma: f
natoR who are endeavoring to secure
control of the eight clubs In the Amer-1
Iran association. Roger Bresnahan o!oanK. uaniei .Montgomery, cnnas v.
the New York Nationals and Clark
Griffith, manager of the New York
Americans, were prevented from se-
curlne the franchise of the Toledo club I
Bresnahan went to Cincinnati to seelRoose. lot 12, b'.ock 173. East Moline
President Grillo, whom he knows per I
sonally. Bresnahan told undo tnat nc
was after the team and had Grillos
promise to be remembered. The nextloany. lots 14 and 15. South Park Sec-
day Grillo is said to have left cmc.u I
natl and Informed George Tebeau o
the efforts of Bresnahan to secure the I
Toledo franchise. I
It was only a abort time before Bryce
of Coluiabus and Lennon of St. Paul I
were "next" to Bresnahan's efforts.
and each began working secretly
against the other. Lenaon landing op
j top and destroying Bresnahan's and I
Griffith s chances or getting me iran
Bresnahan refused to say anything I
in that connection. "I would rather I
not discuss it. was all he would say
Tebeau. Bryce and Lennon are mak
Ing desperate efforts to secure contro'
of tie" leasee, although they are not j
working in harmony. I
Wtaraaala l.ragae Faraaed. I
Oshkosh. Wis.. Nov. lC--T're Wis
cor sin State Baseball league was o:-
ganlred yesterday at the Athearn ho-1
tel. The following officers were elect-1
ed: President and secretary. Jonn x.i
Powers of Chicago; vice president, P.I
P. Breen. Kenosha r treasurer, Vf. J.
McGinness. Green Bay.
The league will have at least eight
clubs and possibly 12. If eight, it will
include Osbtosh. Green Bay. Kenosha
Kaukauna, Wausao. La Crosse. Fan J
du Lac. and Janesvillei. Applications
have ben received ' from ' Marinette.
Manitowoc. Chippewa Falls. Sheboy
gan, and Racine.
If the league Is limited to eight clubs
each club will play 112 games. The
season wil; start May 8 and close Sept.
12. There will be four or Ave games
each week. Including Sundays.
. ine iar, mu.c w...
$900 a month for each club, and the
The salary limit win be placed at
league will seek the protection of the
NOW THE MARSHAL IS SHOT
ii.'i . !!-,.
4 . . : j ...
Another Official of Harmon, III., is in
Shadow of Death.
The little village of Thomson. White-
slde county, which had not recovered
I from the blow of the recent imirdrr In
na anotaer sensational anair. tat3
Ume a distressing acc:dent. Ly which
an fficIal figured so prominently
ln the form" affair. Is badly wounded.
City Marshal Charles Beck accldent-
ally shot himself about 10 o'clock
i .un .ii j iuiruuuu uuu u i uis injury
u a one the chances for rocov-
I try are in his favor. Mr. Beck had
ben filling the street lamps, and
wmie ito.smub lae tireei sioopeu lo
I 1-11 f ll - A A
Dlck u a cPle ot stones that ha J
owu urui'Pa ,ro a wagon, m uomq
80 n13 voiver suppea irom nis over
coat pocket and struck the -ground
1 a weapon was aiscuargea ana me
lbu:iet - a -calibre, struck him in the
Ml s,de above the heart. Passing cn-
"reiy iaruuSn nis uoay. a grtai no.e
was njaue. a piece or nis cioiamg ne-
png pushed through the aperture
nlWOrl rULIIlOAL rnUrnLI
DPty County Clerk Wins Four Hats
John Rinck. deputy county clerk, has
the palm as the political prophet ol
tho court house. John has won four
huts on his predictions in the recent
presidential election. John told Judge
K. E. Parmenter and Master in Chan
eery F. II. Kelly that the city of Rock
Island would give Roosevelt a bigger
vote than the citv of Moline. Thev
did not agree with him. but hoped he
was correct. There was no wager
made, but they promised to buy Joaiij
a new bonnet if his dope panned oiu
right. This morning they aecompan -
led John to a Second avenue store an i
told him to take his pick of any hat
In the store. They w anted him it
have a tile, but John demurred. Ho
thought an ordinary block would last
longer. As a result of the vote on
president the city of Rock Island gains
two convention delegates and Molinc
JQLIET INSANITY IS GROWING
Warden Blames Idleness, But Says
- Law Can be Made Practicable.
Warden Murphy of the Joliet pen!
tentiary admits there has been some in
crease in insanity among prisoners due
to idleness and the consequent rest
lessness and worry. He thinks, how
ever, that with a few amendments thr
anti-contract law could be made prac
ticable and that all convicts couid be
Pt at work under it. He says th
Principal dimcuity at present is nnu
in-Mng a market for the goods that are
wins manuwciurea. i uese an- biiues.
rel n rattan furniture, school fur
niture and brooms. Of the 1.400 pris
oners only 300 are working. The force
are shifted, so that all get a turn, and
there are daily marching exercises for
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
In County Court.
Nov. 15. In re guardianship of Net
tie Jorgenson. minor, over 14 years of
.ase, for the appointment of Chris Pet
erson as her guardian filed. Petition
of Christian Peterson for letters of
guardianship filed. Oath taken and
filed. Bond fixed at $200.
Estate of Jen. Jorgenson. Petition
.-ettie jorgenson ior letters oi aa
ministration to issue to the Central
Trust & savings ban;: nieu. fetition
granted and letters Issued to said
Wheaton and William S. Parks ap
Real Estate Transfers.
Nov. 15. Henry Struve to Ixniis
Wilbert M. Bowman to Rock Isl-
md Lumber & Manufacturing com
,nd add.. Rock Island. $300.
e. H. Guyer to August Schatter
man. lots 17. 18, 19. and 20, block 2.
College Heights add.. Rock Island.
William E. Bailey to Jennie Fltz-
Patrick. lot C. W. E. Baileys Third
add.. Rock Island. $400.
Licensed to Wed.
joseph Albert Martin Davenport
Mrs. Lizzie Silcox Davenport
John L. Hammerlch Moline
Claudia N. Johnson Moline
LoU's m Sta'melster Geneseo
juigg LoUis oilman Hampton
Bert cbaves Rock Island
Mg8 Mamie Nesbltt Rock Island
lon n- wiedir Davenport
jlss Ellen Pahl Davenport
Edgar Mlnteer Moline
li9 Teckla Johnson Molin
George E. Tavlor Mo'.inc
Miss Marie Elnore Huagerford. . .
Henry Hendricks Moline
Miss Tillie Timmennan Davenport
TO PRESERVE THE
Press Club Favors Making it a
Museum to Display
IN CHARGE OF CUSTODIAN
Col. Blunt Talks of Plan to Remove
" It to the West End of
Members of the Tri-City Press cltb
met la monthly session at Manufac
turers hotel. Moline, last evening. Af
ter dinner there was a short business
session at which four new members,
O. B. Hampton, M. V. Campbell and
Frank II. Burgess, of Rock Island, and
Harry Hansen, of Davenport, were
voted into the membership.
Discussion of an annual entertain
ment was then taken up. A letter re
ceived from Ella Wheeler Wilcox by
President Rexdalc was read in which
the riist ingu'sIieJ wonr.an of letters
stated that she does not make a prac
tice of roaJIng cr lectarins. A spec
ial committee was ordered appointed
to take up this yearly feature of the
club and correspond with others who
are considered worthy to be presented
to a tri-city audience.
M uaniu of Early Reltrn.
The preservation of the old Daven
port homestead on the upper end of
Rock Island was brought up by mem
bers who had recently noticed fiat
the historic landmark is apparently
on the verge of collapse. It was s;.s
gested that there is a strong sentiment
in the three cities for its preservation
and a plan has been advanced by Oil
Blunt, the commandant, for its removal
piecemeal and reerection in the public
triangle just east of the Rock lo'rnd
railway tracks at the west end of the
island. Parts that have decayed cr"M
be replaced and the building placed in
charge of a custodian and kept as p
museum for the display of souvenirs
of the early pioneer days of this lo
cality. President Rexdale was ii
structed to appoint a committee to get
something more in detail upon tir
plans and the outlay that the project
v'oul(1 Involve and report
! Mf n city.
The matter of the dubs meeting in
or or otaer oi me mree cuies msieaa
'or changing in rotation was aiso con
Firtcrcd and the entertainment commit-
tea v as ordered to take a vote or tne
i membership Dy letter ana report
TREE CRUSHES MAN'S HEAD
. Frank Vanderberg Meets Instant Death
While felling timber in Mrs. Susan
Dunlap's grove, near Abingdon, Frank
Vanderberg, of Galcsburg, was instant
ly killed by a tree falling on him. His
head was caught between the tree and
another tree against which it lodged.
The accident was witnessed by a 12-year-old
lad who was working with
him, and though the body was soon re
moved the physicians pronounced
Rivals Win From Recruits.
The Rivals, captained by P. Peter
son, won from the Recruits, captained
by Carlson at the Central alleys last
evening. The scores:
P. Peterson 15C
R. Peterson 214
214 ICG 53G
172 142 4G7
190 1G1 534
170 1G0 544
195 197 53C
841 82G 2G17
185 159 51G
147 118 41G
170 149 522
175 111 513
178 145 501
955 742 24GS
Heitman 203 170
At the Harper C. G. Saunders,
Council Bluffs: W. Welland. Lincoln;
C. H. McNieder. Mason City; A. T.
Conway, Chicago; C. H. T. Riepsen,
Omaha; F. H. Nobling, Kansas City;
J. M. D. Hart, St. Louis; B. Frank
Allen. Marysville. Ivans.; F. R. Crock
er. Canton; F. W. Gerken. Rochester,
N. Y.; James Colville. Rockford; M.
Kaupman, Chicago; C. H. Bashford,
Davenport; W. G. Andrews, Clinton;
T. R. KIley, Chicago; L. Greener. Peo
ria; A. N. Talbot. Lincoln; Louis R.
Appel, Chicago; R. R. Cobb and wife.
Rome, Iowa; L. G. KHh; New York;
J. G. Brown and wife, A. P. Van
Nill. Chicago; E. D. Miles. Dayton; H.
E. Burkholder, Bradley; J. C. Dixon
Kankakee; G. C. Pugh. Pittsburg;
Thomas W. Dunbar. Milwaukee;
George L. Heck. Pine. Iowa; I. T. Cur
rens. Chicago; L. N. Dunham. Provi
dence, R. I.; J. R. Hanson. St. Louis:
M. J. OBrien. Burlington; Mrs. N. B
Gould. Cambridge; Charles H. Hliler,
Chicago; M. C. Salzmlstein, Peoria; T.
M. Bond. Chicago; R. II. P. Charth-
nian. Maple Grove; II. Wethan. W
L. Porter, H. O. Mandle, Lew Gudgell
Galesburg; W. C Warner, Rochester;
V. C. Clute, C. E. Dudley, Galesburg:
W. R. Appleby, H. W. Crawford. Chi
cago; H. W. Smith, Morrison: C. G.
Beets. Chicago; Foster Stone; F. A
Laakford. Philadelphia; C. W. Leisch,
H. P. Smith. A. Harper. W. E. Mc
Lean. Chicago: C. W. Lippenzwelt
Knoxville; F. Miller. New York;
George T. Reid. Chicago; L'.pman,
Holty. Rochester, N. Y.; John H.
Mitchell and wife; A. W. Fisher, F. L.
Page, Chicago; O. J. Thomas. Lock-
port; Roy G. Fitzgerald, Dayton;
Henry A. Hoppe. L. Uosserson. Chi
cagTJ: C. D. Faphaeer. Lincoln: W. M.
Hambahl. Chariton; William K.
Jones. Leavenworth; J. T. Walker
John Sullivan. Kansas City; John Mer
idan. Rochester: T. Westlake and
wife. Lincoln M. Stream. St. Louis:
W.J. Buckley. Milwaukee; W. H.
Queeny. Chicago; W. C. Boyer.. Lewis
ton; J. T. Walker. Kansas City: G. A.
Bolster. M. Willner. O. M. Barclay.
Chicago; B. Mayer. Cambridge. Ind.;
T. S. Barns. Lawrence, Ky.
At the Harper T. E. Yates. Chica
go; H. E. Chapin, New York; R. A.
Wilson. Galesburg: F. Flinn, New
York; A. M. Reed. Chicago: J. C. Tom
linson, St. Louis; M. H. Greenbaum,
Louisville: W. Ivor, A. S. Barada. Chi
cago: L. Stern. Peoria: W. H. Bowers.
Chicago; Ralph Barther, Peoria: P. J.
Keeler. New York; S. T. Moore. Cincin
nati: R. Terry. H. Y. Yeaton. Chicago;
F. M. Wells, New York; H. Parsons.
Chicago; P. P. Ockenga. Freeport; R.
J. Dempsey. M. Sherff. Jr., Chicago:
R. D. O'Shaughnessy, Peoria; R. C.
Davis. Chicago; R. J. Humphrey. Kan
sas City: J. W. Powell. Detroit; J. Van
Baalen. Chicago; Thomas Brown.
Galesburg; C. T. Puck. McGregor.
Iowa; J. P. Smith. Chicago; J. R. Bur
row, Ottawa. 111.; C. J. Woodby and
wife, St. Louis; F. B. Martin. Rock Isl
and; George W. Hofer. St. Louis: M.
J. Rogers, St. Paul; Sam J. Taylor, H.
J. Murray. New York;, George W. Bel
cher. Peoria; Henry L. Mason, Peoria;
R. E. Northm. Burlington; G. A. Fes
ler. New York; M. E. Harding. Boston:
Charles A. Murray. Orion. 111.; W. An
derson. Chicago; E. J. Mowry. Kansas
- !Ciy; M- M- Braton. Chicago; S
Parsons. Alban', N. Y.; George W,
Heston, New York.
At the Jiock Island (European) II
A. Bixley. Chicago: E. Bullard, Louis
ville, Ky.; S. E. Ellis. Peoria: C. H
Coe and wife. R. G. Hollister, Port
Byron; H. H. Lake. Quincy; Thomas
Fallon, Louisville; J. H. Blue, Boston;
W. R. Appleby, Chicago; W. R. Stair,
Akron. Ohio; G. L. Conley, Beards
town; S. S. Henderson, Chicago; John
Maloney, Dubuque; A. Lanquist, Chi
cago; R. J. Dickson; I. S. Felger and
wife. Geneseo; J. G. Brown and wife
J. C. Smith. Chicago; F D. Scribner,
Clinton: A. E. Dysen. Ophlem; C. M
Henderson. Fort Madison; F. L. Gibbs
Beardstown; J. A. Heer. Decatur; G. A
Messer, New York; E. W. Chandler, A
W. Fisher, Chicago; S. J. Fasching,
Milwaukee; F. L. Page. Chicago; F. B
Martin. Rock Island; F. O. Coole,
TEMPERANCE WOMEN MEET
Monthly of Rock Island Band Held at
Home of Mrs. Pollard.
The monthly meeting of the Rod
Island branch of the Woman's Chris
tlan Temperance union was held yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs
A. H. Pollard, 722 Eighteenth street
and was attended by a goodly nurube;
of the members and friends. Mrs
S. C. Taylor and Mrs. B. E. Wasson
reported the proceedings of the Illi
nois state convention, indicating a
steady and encouraging growth of the
work. Following the business meet
lng there was a social session, at which
readings were given by Berl Tittering-
ton, Miss Montgomery and Master
James Bruner and a paper by Mrs. B
(ort'UHL. PUBLICATION )
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Central Trust and Savings Bank
A t Rock Island,
Ste of IlllDols.be fore the commencement, of
buslneiaantbelllh day of November. 1904.
aa uiuae to the Auditor of Publlo Accounts.
lor me state or Illinois pursuant to law
Loans and discount... $819,933 E9 48:9,933 59
utner Donas ara secun
ties. Including premi
ums 18000 oo
Furnlturo and natures
Due from Nat banks. . .
Due from state banks
Oectts and other cash
1 10 333 Hi
: 11,409 43
Cash on hand:
a. uold coin 18,1,0 00
a. Silver coin 865 00
S lver treasury
nertlflc-ates 2,'.2i 00
e NatfoiiU batik
currrency 4,000 00
d. Legal Tender and
1 refeury Notes 2 000 00
. Fractional curren
cy, nickels and
cents 20 10
Total 11.273 038 85
Capital Stock p .id in .. CIOUOCO 00 1100,000 00
Undivided Pro tit,
less expense snd
taxes paid 45 785 60 45,78 AO
Time epot-liH. sav
ings 1. 7 . Oil 13
Time D'-ixtsits, o.-r
tlncatea 55 312 VI 1.127,253 t
Total t. 273.038 85
Stataoriui os i
dK3K Inland G j.ovy (
I. H. I) Simmon, casbie of O- nt a T ui
I'd Sat lies b t ln s , mn y w a b-tihe
abov k atemr-nt 's .r r, in ih .,. sto;ui
kcoaUdR acd bel ef
H It -IliM'Ki. Cksb f.
Sub-c -bed ad rn o uf .re me this C b
day of NovemTf. iw4
KKI.J r K. KHOADS. Nrvery Public
Satjrda.y from 7
to 10 p. m , cvt the
Clear, dry, bracing air.
Mountain scenery aul goryeous autuinn.il coloring.
Fine hotels olf.
A week th,ere will restore snap and spirit. Try it.
Winter Tourist Rates.
now in effect daily. Get a Rock Island folder and study
You do not have to go to Denver to reach Colorado
Springs. You do not have to go to Colorado Springs to
reach Denver. A distinctive advantage. Savvs time.
Electric lighted sleepius cars on through trains and
the "best meals on wheels."
Get particulars from
15he daintiest and
most charming of
ments in photog
wins praise when
ever seen. A ca.ll
will convince you.
1823 THIRD AVE. BOTH 'PHONES
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers !n single and double
G-.rength Blinds and Mouldings. Ve
neered and Hardwood Flooring of all
Dealer ln single and double strength
Window Class. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Krt Glass.
311 and 329
ROCK ISLAND ILL
?e'c . quick ly dis
Cincho Relief Tonic.
At all druggists and cafes.
Price. 25 c.
giving Sale of
We have the New
P. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
S. F. Boyd,
O. P. A.. Davenport, la.
Read and see where to get a $20
set of teeth, aluminum lined, nat
ural gums, best imported teeth, for
$10, from Nov. 17 to Nov. 27 no
longer. The best 22k. gold crown
1610 Second Avenue.
'Phone 822 old.
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar and
Trimmings a Specialty
for cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. &. Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors off and on.
j BRIDGE, STONE, CORN CRIB
' BLOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE, ANY SIZE DESIRLD.
Samples of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell &. Lynde, building.
ARTHUR B'JRRALL, Manager,
flock Island or Colona IIL