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THE ARC ITS. FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1005.
Correct Clothes for Men
When the thermometer
makes ' even a. grain of
sand a burden, "Two
piece" is your only wear
if it carries this label
MAKERS - NEWARK
The makers' guarantee, and ours
with every garment. We are ex
clusive agents here.
You Know Us
You tire the
one to decide
wh et her or
is or isn't the
best in t h e
; Quick shoa
Shoes Made to
Soles and heels,
nailed ... . . .75c
Soles and heelr,
We make a spe
cialty of shoe
Open from 6 a.
m. to 8 p. m.
1608 2d Ave.
J. M. BUFORD
STk ml r and Imc tried rampMlra
roprnrilrd. ltatra na low
my rrllable romptif
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
John Volk & Co.,
Dealers . In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hardwood flooring of all
Dealer In single and double strength
Window Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311. and 329 ,
ICE CREAM SODA
At 5c per Glass
And alt kinds of home made
, candies go to
Coln clac of Sweets
317 Twentieth Street.
Ice cream by the pint, quart or
LOANS FOR SALE
On wHl Imrrovril farms In uma
of $2t.'0 up to U.vo.j. Security
carffuiiw lnprettrd lforo loans
r mad. Call or write
H. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY,
to. SI. It Masonic Tempi. DaT
Going on Excursion.
The Baptists will open the Sunday
school picnic season with ,a trip to
Mississippi park net Mfn.lay on Capt.
Blair's new boat, the Columbia. The
excursionists will leave the levee at
f : :i0 o'clock. The boat will remain at
Mississippi park during the day for
the use of the picnickers and res urn
with the party to Davenport at T p. m.
Mississippi park offers a number of at
tractions and there will be music on
Graduate This Evening.
This evening the Davenport high
school class of June. 1 &'.",, will have
its commencement exercises a: Turner
hall and its 52 members will receive
diplomas for the completion of four
year classical or scientific courses.
The whole program will be given by
members of the class and includes ora
tions and musical numbers, vocal and
instrumental. Turner hall has boon
beautifully decorated by the junior
class in the senior class colors, green
and white. The class motto is "Res
The I earn of horsei attached to the
delivery wagon of Frank A. Martin s
grocery made a da&h. yesterday after
noon at o o'clock and came to grief
in front of the S. B. & S. shoe store
The wagon struck the curoing and was
upset, while its driver was thrown to
the pavement, but fortunately escaped
Settle Beuthien Case.
The case of Harry J. McFarland
trustee of the Bank of Dixon, M
Beuthien and A. Beuthien vs. Durant
Savings bank and D. H. Snoke, cashier
ff the Bank of Durant, was tried Wed
nesday afternoon by Judge McPherson
of the federal court, in chambers. The
suit involved Z'jI acres of land in Lac
Qua Parle county. Minnesota, which
Martin Beuthien hail assigned to the
Durant Savings bank, within four
months previous to his going into
bankruptcy, to cover certain sums of
money, loaned to him by that bank.
stipulation for the dismissal of the
case was taken up and argued before
the court. Finally a settlement, agree
able to all parlies, was effected and the
Go Ahead With Club.
A well attended meeting of those
interested in the promotion of the new
en;o proposition lor Davenport was
neiu Wednesday evening at the rooms
oi i ne nusmess .Mens association
I he meeting was called to order by
P. T. Walsh, president of the new club
and also of the Davenport Business
Men's association, and Louis Le Claire
- i.i, .
j i., was in ms aceusiomeu chair as
secretary. At the meeting it was de
cided to continue pushing the move
ment for the new club and make a re
newed effort to raise the required $40
law, Anthony Richland, who was driv
ing with her at the time of the acci
dent, testified that he saw the head
light of the Milwaukee engine that
struck them but supposed thai i: was
a lighr on the rear of the Rock Island
freight that had just passed.
RAINS AID IN GROWTH
OF ALL KINDS OF CROPS
Harvesting Wheat and Rye in South
ern and Central Districts
Fixes no Blame.
No blame was fixed by the coroner
jury today mat completed an invest
gat ion of the death of Mrs. Mary Rich
land, who was killed while crossing the
tracks or the .Milwaukee road two
miles above Buffalo. Her brother-in
25 YEARS OF
Boston Business Wan Cured ByCuti
cura of Awful Humor Covering
Head, Neck, and Shoulders After
Hospital and Doctors Failed.
Vnder date of September 9, 1904,
Mr. S. P. Kcycs, a well-known busi
ness man of No. 149 Congress Street,
itos t on , -M ass.,'
ar : " Caticura
olid wonders for
inc. For twenty
live years I suf
ftrtd aony from
a terrible humour,
!!! pletely cover
ing my bead, neck
ter .of s.nch offen
siveness to sight
and smell, that to my friends, and
even to my wife, I became an .object
of dread- At large cspense I consult
ed the most able doctors far and near.
Their treatment was of no avail, nor
w:u that of the hospital, during
six months' efforts. I suffered on and
concluded there was no help for me
this side of th? grave. Then I htard
of some one who had been cured by
Cuticura, and thought that a trial
could do no harm. In a surprisingly
short time I was completely cured."
Complete Treatment for Every
Humour from Pimples
Bathe the affected parts with hot
water and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse
the surface of crusts and scales and
soften the thickened cuticle; dry,
without bard rubbing, and apply
Cuticura Ointment f reel v. to allay
itching, irritation, and inflammation,
and soothe and heal ; and, lastly, take
Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and
cleanse the blood. A single set is
often sufficient to cure the most tor
turing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
blood humours, with loss of hair,
when all else fails..
Cvv nm S"iv hitmt.t, 4 ?T.a mr m'f hrwt
f . wor r.t- IMu Otn. -rn . IWviufL
I HvfUsO- mf9tii Utt " lluW lO Cut LCIJ UuMMMU.'
Warm weather and rains in the
northern and central portions of the
state have greatly aided -the crop sit
uation. Corn is making rapid growth.
The outlook for oats is favorable.
Wheat harvest has begun in the south
ern and central district and the out
look is favorable according to the
crop report issued by the weather bu
reau for Illinois for the week ending
June 19. The report says:
The rainfall occurring the latter
part of last week in the northern and
in portions of the central district, fol
lowed by high temperatures, was pro
ductive of highly favorable growing
weather in the sections named, and
vegetation made a marked advance.
The weather conditions have been the
most favorable of the season. In the
southern district and oarts of the ceil -1
tral the drought continues, some local
ities not having had rainfall for three
weeks or more, and vegetation is suf
fering for moisture. Ideal conditions
have prevailed for farm work, the hot
weather being favorable for killing
Corn has made rapid growth, is
clean, moat fields having been cultivat
ed a second or third time, and some
omK- nhinted has been laid by. The
- j 1
replanted is mostly up to a good
The general outlook for oats is quite
favorable. Some complaint is made
rank growth in the northern district.
ill be caught short in the
southern on account of the drought
The rendition of the crop has improv
ed in the central district since
rm f.f lasr week, aid many field;
heading out nicely.
Wheat harvest is well advanced in
the southern, has begun in the cen
tral district and will become general
during the ensuing week in the latter
district. The output in some instances
is disappointing, but generally the out
look is promising both with regard to
quantity and quality.
Hye is ready to cut or is being cut
in the southern half of the state, and
is turning ripe in the northern. All
veports indicate the excellent condi
tion of this crop. Barley is heading
out in the northern district with a fa
The mowing of clover continues, and
a larger crop of suierior quality has
been secured. Reports with regard to
timothy are not so assuring. The con
dition of this staple is fair in the south
ern district, but it has been cut short
in the other district by drought. Mil
let is bring sown and cow peas are
coming nicely in portions of the south
ern district. Meager reports indicate
a 'good condition of broom corn.
The outlook for berries is generally
favorable. The strawberry produce
has been very heavy in the northern
district. Grapes continue promising.
A good crop of cherries is ripe in the
northern counties. A few apple orch
ards are promising, but the reports
are generally adverse, the fruit fall
ing to a great extent.
Potatoes continue to deteriorate in
the southern nnd in parts of the cen
tral district from lack of moisture:
the crop is maturing in the central a.nd
northern districts, and early planted
are being marketed.
GIRLS' DRESSES AND LADIES
SKIRTS, WRAPPERS, WAISTS
f -i I IJ
Silk, Sateen, Linen and
Lariclsdowne Suits !3 3
ALL GOODS MAHKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
319-321 TWENTIETH STREET-
xwa ii ,
Knights of Pythias of this city will
pay tribute to the deceased members
next Sunday morning, when the annual
memorial service will be held. The
members will assemble at the K. P.
hall at '.:"( and will march to River
side, where at 10 o'clock the services
will be opened. Axel Kohler will de
liver the memorial address and ie
call to order will be made by C. V.
Johnson, C. Harry Watt will lead
in prayer. The others who will take
part are: W. B. Kent, B. C; Kd Kit
lilsen, M. at A. The Svea Male quar
tet will smg. At the conclusion of the
service the graves will be decorated
wiih flowers and flags.
son of Mr. and Mrs.
departed for Chicago,
will proceed (o New-
John (jood. has
from where he
York to sail, with a party of five, for
London. The party will tour through
the British Isles. France, (lei many and
Switzerland this summer, covering a
considerable distance on wheels. The
return will be made about the first of
Si pt ember.
Painters Threaten Strike.
Because Sidney Hammerquist, man
ager of the Molim- office of the Kleo-
trical Construction Ac Machinery com
pany, attempted to do some wiring in
At the Harper Nate I.. Mabin, Chi
cago; .1. J. Harrington, Kansas city;
U. S. Musick, St. ljuis; II. G. Far-
thorn. Peoria; A. C. F.astman. Chicago:
C. W. Montgomery. 1... Kisendrath, I.
Albrams. Chicago: J. Buchanan, Chat
tanooga: C. Hirschl, bt. 1juis; K. I...
Dunue, New York: 11. McMichael, New-
York; A. S. Ash, J. Y. Mowcry, (lus
Spauliug. Charles Brawn, G. W. I)u
back, Chicago: Mae Walt am, Florence
Apil. Muscatine; O. M. Roads, II. II.
Parker. Chicago; M. Burke, Sterling;
S. Kenbaugh, Quincy; Gtorge Pour-
relloc.j. Snow, D. Suow, U. G. Dial,
Chicago; Charles M. Martin. Kansas
City; J. B. Ives. New York; George
A HEALTHY OLD AGE
Help for Women Passing Through
for Women Passing
Change of Life
Providence has allotted us each at
least seventy years In which to fulfill
our mission in life, and it is generally
our own lauit n we die prematurely.
At the Rock Islaud (Kuropean)
Neil Hurley. Galesburg; H. K. Harring
ton. W. B. Moore. Chicago: J. E. San
born. New York; H. M. Clarksou, Kan
sas City; t C. Iellield. Silver City. N.
; i. Barker. Chicago H. W. Wil-
marth and wife, St. Ixjuis; R. S. Wood
burn, Hillsdale; Crawford Tomlinson,
Dubuque; J. R. Weber, St. Ixmis;
John Kosushok. Chicago: O. W. I.ind-
quist. Cable; Carl Scht ftVr. M. A. Par
sons. Altoona. Pa : W. H. Iueston
C. Campbell. St. Ixmi!s; F. H. Hough-
on. Toledo: C. K. O Donnell, New
York City: Carl Sanderson, Sandusky.
Ohio; C. F. Mertes, Madison. Wis.; R.
A. Rockwell. Minneapolis: Charles A
Briggs, Chicago; Arthur B. Bancroft.
Peoria: C. J. lRer. Chicago: M. J.
Enright. St. Paul; Peter B. Leonard.
Chicago; Harry C. Michael. Ixmlsvilie;
C. A. Armstrong. Aurora: B. M. Mor
timer and wife. Charles A. Merrill
I TV 7
If in a kind of biiious mood.
You wish an aid to digest food.
No other pill is half ho pood
Ak DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
The famous Little Pills Early Risers
cure constipation, sick headache, bil
iousness, etc. They never gripe or
sicken, but impart early rising energy
Good for children or adults. Sold by
Kervous exhaustion invites disease
This statement is the positive truth. . I
When everything become a burden
and you cannot walk a few blocks with
out excessive fatigue, and you break
out into perspiration easily, arid your
we DUMifs. ana you grow exeitea and
shaky at the least provoeation, and
you cannot bear to be crossed in any
thing, you are in dauger; your nerves
have given out ; you need building up
at once!. To build up woman oerr- I
nns system and during:. the period of
change of life we know of no better
medicine than Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Here is an
illustration. Mrs- Mary L. Koehne. 371 '
Garfield Avenue, Chicago, III., writes:
" I hare used Lrdia E. Pinkham't VeeoUl.le
Gornpoaitti for yt-ars in hit familv and it
never disappoints : so when I felt that I was
nearing'th'ehaiiKeof life I ctninen-ed tret
mnit with it. I took in all alxxit six buttles
and it did ni a gr-at dnal of koI. It
stopprd my dUzy ai in my tiaric
anI the headai-h with whif-b I hiul sirrNrnt
for Mionth tfjfor taking the Crmifind. I
fel that if it bad not l-eii for this crent md-U-jtie
for women that I lwtild not have l-n
alive to-dav. It U spUnidid ftr women, nil cr
young, and will surely cure ail female disor
ders.'' Mrs. Pinkham. of Lynn. Mas., in
vites all ick and ailing women to write
her for advice. Her great experienee
is at their service, free of cost.
the Fifteenth street building recently
vacated by F. H. Kraacke, union jwint
ers at work there laid down their
brushes and threatened to walk out
on strike. Their action was in sympa
thy with the inside electrical workers
of the three cities who are out on
strike for a shorter workday and an
increase in pay. Hr. Hanunerquist de
John P. Warren, better known as
"Jack," the janitor of the Industrial
Home building, died Wednesday night
at St. Anthony's hospital after an ill
ness of several weeks with pleuro
pneumonia. Deceased was born in Ire
land July 7, 1S5. and with his parents
came to this country when he was 0
months old. His folks located at New
berryK)it, Mass., nnd afterwards lived
at Athol. the same state. In 1SS0 Mr.
Warren came to this city and had lived
lure ever since. He first worked at
his trade, that of molder, at Deere &
Mansur company's, but had also work
ed at the Moline Plow company's, Bar
nard & Leas', and on the island. Mr.
Warren is survived by his widow: one
brother. Michael, of Nashua, N. H..
and three married sisters. Mary, of
Iwell, Mass., Julia, of Athol, Mass.,
and Margaret, of Portland, Maine.
Emma Frances, wife of Edward Mer
roll, died at 5:"fi o'clock Wednesday
evening at the home of J. G. Heck, of
South Moline, of cancer of the stom
I'Ch. from which she had suffered for
a long time. She was lorn March
in New ork state. Besides her
husband, two sisters and two broth
ers in New York are left to m n her
Spencer L. Johnson expired Wednes
day afternoon at the home r his moth
er. Mrs. Samuel Johnson. 527 Thir
teenth street, after an illness of 1
weeks with a complication of diseases.
He was bom July 2f. 1S87. and went
through the schools of the city. His
father and brother. George, both pass
ed away in the same house in in:
He -is survived by his mother and
three sisters. Mrs. Adolph Erickson.
and the Misses Ebba and Deborah, all
of this cfty. -
Was Known Here.
In the shocking death of John R.
Bennett in the wreck of the Twenti
eth Century limited at Mentor. Ohio,
two local factories lose a valued offi
cial and the officers of the plants a
warm personal friend. Mr. Bennett
had been connected with Deere & Co..
and the Deere & Mansur company for
the last 25 years as patent attorney.
The attorney was enroute home from
Chirn;,") when death claimed him in
pitch violent manner. His business in
the Windy Cfty was. among other
things, to meet representatives of the
two local concerns, ami Tuesday C. H.
Pope of Deere & Co. .was with him.
G. W. Cramnton. secretary oMhe Ileerp
t- Mansur company spent yesterday
with him and bade him goodbye in the
afternoon at the Kfation as Mr. Ben
nett started for the cast.
PEST II EOPLE
Should have the best of everything. We have the
of solid gold pins, buttons, chain and fobs in the
largest and best
trl -cities. lJlg
sortment of beautiful
"Jeweler and Optician.
designs, studded with diamonds and rubies, in
Opposite Harper House.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Helen Blair was in jirt from
the south. The Georgie S., Isaac Sta
ples, Ruth and Eclipse were down.' and
the Lydla Van Sant, J. W. Van Sant,
Ruth and Eclipse were north.
RIVER FO It EC A ST
The Mississippi will fall rapidly
from below- Dubucpje to Muscatine.
Dangr. H'gt. Ch'ge.
Ilne.S am. 21 hrs
S'atlona Feet. Feet.-Feet
St. Paul 1 jo. 4 :.l
Red Wing 14 S 3 :0.1
Reed's landing 12 7.7 u.l
I.a Crosse 12 10.2 0.2
Prairie du Chien Is 0.3
Dubuque is 1G.7 o.C
.yC, ! N&!L-JM m&
" If vc didn't jive people a
square deal do you think we
could keep them as custom
ers in our chain of stores
year ifter year ? Selling dir
rect from factory to wearer
Is what makes as quote cash
lien's Bine Serrfe Suits SIO to SI 8
Ladies Shirt Waist Suits $3.50 to $20
All kiods of Summer Qpthliig, Hats and Shoes op
terms of Credit the most liberal la the City.
L. i .J
,.JULJ U LiLi c 1
- 107 E.
Ie Claire 10 10.3
Rock Island 15 14.1
Des Moines Rapids... 7.4
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