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THE ATI (TT7S. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 100.',.
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 - AEWyoRK
The makers' guarantee, and ours
with every garment. We are ex
clusive agents here.
You Know Us"
We want you to know the value
of our Dentaseptic Tooth Pow
der, and for a week or two we will
make an offer which Is well
worth taking. Beginning with
wo will give with each bottle
told a tooth brush regularly
g worth 20c. The price of Den- J
o taseptie is 2"c. For a quarter fs
you pet 45c value. This is an
introductory offer and will not
be repeated, and if you need a
guaranteed tooth powder and
brush, we anticipate the pleas
ure of your patronage.
Cor, Twentieth St., Fourth Ave.
You ore the
one to decide
wh ether or
is or isn't the
best in the
Cfe Quick shoe
Shoes Mads to
Soles and heels,
Soles and beele.
We make a spe
cialty of shoe
Open from 6 a.
in. to 8 p. m.
1608 2d Ave.
LOANS FOR SALE
On well Improved farms In sums
of $: op to j.ho. vurttr
cart-fully Infpvcled befors loans
are mad. Call or write
M. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY,
t. II. 12 Mfntc Terapls. Itr
Two Suits Begun.
Two Flits Lave been filed with the
clerk of tiie district court. Each is for
$2,000 J.nd both arise out ef the tum
bling of the iwo houses owned by "Al
fred T. Vinall and situated on the east
side or I a; Claire street. J. A. Han'ey
is the attorney for both plaintiffs.
Bank 42 Years Old.
The First National bank Is 42 years
old, having b-n organized June 29,
1&C2. Austin Corbin was the first
president, and Ira M. Gifford the first
cashier of the new bank. The late
Thomas Scott, who died a short time
3go. was the last survivor of the organ
izers of the bank.
The local lodge of the United Broth
erhood of Carpenters and Joiners of
America held a regular meeting at
Grand Army halL Officers were elect
ed and Installed as follows: President,
I. W. Haggard; vice president, J.
Teeter; recording secretary, W. T. Gal
lagher; financial secretary, W. H.
Hitchcock; treasurer, Emil Hinsch;
trustee. E. C. Peoples. No action was
taken at the meeting relative to the
position of the carpenters during the
trike of the electricians. One of the
officers when seen said that any offi
cial ai l ion 011 this matter would origi
nate at the meetings of the Tri-City
Trades and Labor congress in Rock
Thomas Jauscn sustained an injury
at the Mueller saw mill yesterday
which will lay him up for some time.
Jansen was working with a number of
others when a large timber fell on
him and fractured his right leg below
the knee. Dr. Schmidt and the city
ambulance were summoned and the in
jured man was taken to his home, 1S21
West Fifth street, where the fracture
was reduced. Reports are to the effect
tiiat he is resting as easy as could be
expected. He will bo confined indoors.
however, for many weeks.
Holdup Was Fake.
Kay Smith was sent to jail for ?,
days by Magistrate Finger. It will be
renumbered that Smith, on Saturday
night, complained to the ioliee that
he had been slugged and robbed of $t.
His story was to the effect that he was
struck over the he-ad, in the alley in
the rear of an tip-town livery stable,
and all his money taken. The police
questioned the man closely and secur
ed many conflicting stories from him.
He was taken before Chief of Police
Uerzog and confessed that he had been
. ceiving the officers. He said that he
was not held up at all. It appeared
from his story that he drew about $12
on Saturday night and started out for
a time in tiie east end of town. His
money disappeared in a hurry and he
then announced the sensational hold
Organize New Bank.
A meeting of the subscribers to the
stock of the new bank which it is pro
posed to organize at Dixon and which
will be known as the Dixon Savings
bank, lias been called for tomorrow
morning at Ketelseu's hall. The capi
tal stock will be $l,oo, divided into
SHOULD READ URS. FOX'S LETTER
In All Parts of tne United States Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Has Effected Similar Cure.
Many wonderful cures of female ills
are continually coming' to light which
have been brought about by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
through the advice of Mrs. Plnkham,
of Lynn, Mass.. which is given to sick
women absolutely free of'charge.
Mrs. Pinkhanf has for many years
made a study of the ills of her sex;
she has consulted with and advised
thousands of suffering women, who
to-day owe not only their health hut
even life to her helpful advice.
Mrs. Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut
Street. Bradford, Pa., writes:
IVar Mrs. Pi tit Ham :
" I eulrrd for a bm time with womb
trouble, and finally want'iti by my ihvsj.-ian
Hunt I h.i a tuoKir on Lha worub. I did not
want to submit to an operation, so wroto vou
for advice. I reorirrd vour kttr and did a
you uM m and to-day I am completely
cured. My doctor says the tumor baa dxau
pnan!, and I am oiioe more a well woman.
1 believe Lydia K. I "ink ha m Vegetable Com
pound t the best medicine in tine world tor
The testimonials which we are con
Stantlypublishingfrora grateful women
establish beyond a dowbt the power of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vejretable Com
pound to conquer female diseaes.
Woroea Buffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to
promptly, communicate with Mrs.!
Pinkham. at Lynn. Ma-v. She aka!
nothing in rsturn for her advice. It is'
absolutely free, and to thousands of
women has proved to be more precious
than cold. I
Fa nn ie D. Fox
this amount $6,400 has already been
Open New Line.
Beginning Sunday morning the Tri-j
City Railway company will make regu
lar trips over Its new Oakdale line,
connecting with, the loop line cars at
the Kamam street switch. The Tri
City company has installed the curves
at Henry street and Eastern avenue
which brings its cars upon the latter
thoroughfare. This completes its part
of the contract with the city council,
and it remains for the Davenport &
Suburban company to lay the tracks
on Eastern avenue. This they prom
ise to begin work on within a few
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E.
E. Parnienter presiding.
Estate of Luther M. Brown. Proof of
notice of final report and settlement
filed. Hearing on paid final report and
settlement and same approved. Proof
of heirship made in open court and or
der of distribution entered and filed in
accordance w.th said proof. Report of
final distribution filed and approved,
administrator discharged and estate
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Luther M. Brown. Request of Myrtle
E. Brown, a minor, over 14 years of
age, for the appointment of Anna
Brown as her guardian. Petition of
said Anna Brown for letters of guar
dianship filed. Oath taken and tiled.
Bond of said Anna Brown filed and
approved and letters of guardianship
issued to her. Inventory tiled and ap
proved. Real Estate Transfers.
Bertha Russ to James E. Reidy, part,
lot 7, ne 4. sec. 1-17-llw. $1.
James E. Reidy to John C. Russ. part
kit 7, ne4, sec. 1-1 7-2 w. $1.
C. B. & Q , R. R. company to T. B.
& L. S. DavK part lot r. block 2. spen
cer AL- Case's add. Rock Island, $1.
Frances M. Sinnet to Jessie K. Talia
ferro, part lot 1, part outlot . Sinnet's
add.. Rock Island, sec. ::i-l-lv. $l.lon.
John M. Rosenberg to Cecelia Ros
enberg, lot 2, block Fairmount add..
1'. I'. Rosenberg to John M. Rosen
berg, lot 2, block ::. Fairmount add.,
Herman L. Saniue-'ion to Algot F.
Samuelson. lot 2nd Wheelock Fif
teenth street add., Moline, J.'uo.
C. II. Pope to Axel Sehold, lot 10.
block ITS. East Moline. $:;."'.
Emma E. N'ourse et al, to E. H.
Hrautbam. lot V'j block ::, Acme South
Mary L. Golden to Andrew O'Brien,
lot 13, block A., Prospect park, $10'.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Helen Blair was iu from the
south and the Eclipse from the north.
The Jydia Van Sam, .1. V. Van Sant,
Ruth and H,cnriepin were north aud
sov.tfl. The Lizzie Gardner. Waunetta
and Sidney came south.
The Mississippi will fail slowly from
below Dubuque to Mucatiiie.
Dangr. H'gt. Ch'ge.
line.S am. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 11
Red Wiug 11
Reeds landing 12
La Crosse 12
P. du Chien . . . IS
Le Claire 1"
Rock Isu-nd 1"
Des Moines Rapids . . .
St. Ixmis :i"
Kansas City 21
2 1 .0
ST. PAUL ON REGULAR TRIP
Due to Arrive frcm St. Louis Tomor
row at 11 O'clock.
Tomorrow at 11 o'clock tlu steamer
St. Paul will reach Rock Inland on her
first regular scheduled trip from St.
Ixuiis to St. Paul. That the St. Paul
will do a big business seems to be in
dicated from the reports of the agents
of the Diamond Jo liae, who say that
the majority of their prospective pas
sengers have waited until the St. Paul
was put iu service before buying tick
ets. The tteainer was at tne Dubuque
yards during the winter, and waa thor
oughly overhauled and repaired.
The Sidney passed sou:h today,
reaching Rock Island a: 'J.lo o'clock.
l'he through traffic is picking up stead
ily, and the remainder of the season
promises to be above normal.
Request for Bids, (Fifteenth Street
Sealed proposals will be received un
til 9 o'clock a. m. Tueaday, July 11,
l'JUo, by the Board of IakuI Improve
ments of tue city of Reck Island and
state of Illinois lor laying about three
blocks of asphalt pavement on Fif
Proposals must be aectmpanied by
a certitied cheek in amount paj
able to the City CKrk for the uee o
fcaid city of iloek loiand. Plans and
specifications are no on file at the
City Clerk's office or at the oflife of
the City Engineer. The Hoard of I-o-cal
Improvements reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. Address
proposals to the chairman of the Hoard
of Ixcal Improvement.
Rock Island. IT. June lif. lT..
G FORGE W. M 'CAS KRIS".
Pres. Board of lcal Improvenu nt..
Vi - jfl'JL?Tei'i; - - - ?V - J
319-321 Twentieth Street,
To Have Health Commissioner.
It is very probable that at the next
ii;etins of the city fathers, which will
be held Monday eveninsr, a new office
will be cn;ed which will be known a
the city health commissioner. This :.n
.i;e of the recommendations made by
Mayor Olson in hi first annua! mes
sajje to the council.
Election in Company F.
Adjutant General Scott has issued
;m order for an eh-ction in ('ompunv
i-. fiih inrantry. M d:tie. Tor second lieu-.
tenant to be held at S:"o p. m.. Friday.!
July T. Capt. Marvin II. Lyon of Com
pany F will preside.
Will Start Foundry.
Some time the miild!" of next month
the Moline Plow company will put in
operation tiie new foundry whicli !:a:-
h e n idle for the past two at. Tiiis
is good news for it. means the employ
ment of nearly 2" nu n in that one de
partment aione. Two years ago. when
the moiders' strike was declared in
Moline. the company closed its io:m -
('.ry. The company marie a contract
with an outside f:ini t ) make the cast-
:ti.:s for two years in anticipation of
lengthy fight. This contract has now
Fencers on Interurban Cars.
. At the next meeting of the city co.m
e :l the natter of cor.ipeI!ii:g all i:y
trolley cars to be provided v.it'i f n i
ers for the protection of citiz n- i
Moline will be discussed.
Tri-City Railway e crpatiy
it- franchise f"r the ritn :
liiivs through the eity ii;
t!te company providing a'! ;
fci'.dtrs was incorporated
V. h :i
a l ion o.
: a car.- v.
the proiions in the 1 ranch Lie. b'it 4i.'!ie'iains.
'!' re has be n 1.0 ord.'nan e to lii.it f-1
fert pa.,sed. Tin., p; m on wa, n.tJULY AS WE HAVE KNOWN
iiwrted in the f ra:; fcie of the
.'is.-dppi Vailev Ttattioa ee.tupanv.
the company ha . been no'ilied by tl,.
city council .( ri tit :1. to ecj!-:;)
f '.f ir car-i wi n in.'Ur?. Il.iivev r, the
i.-niagement ef the com:iiny always
laSmed that the use of fenders en.
their cars would not be practical. Since i The following data, covering July
the fata! accf-i ut tf Morris En-t'.un-l ; for a perio.) of :i ye ir. iiave b. n
who lost his life under the w heels ot J co:i:pih d from the local weather bu
cne of the ears Monday evening. thejreu records. They are issued to show
tu. mbcTo of the cirv council have de-ithe conditions that hav prevailed.
cidetl ibat some radical strp must bo !
De Loof Chienbondt.
Arthur Delxof and Miss
Chienbondt. both d this city.
married at St. Paul's Catholic church
in Uurk Islan- yesterday. Father Cule-jatre
HUNDREDS OF UP-TO-TH E-M INUTE STYLISH GARMENTS FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS
AND GIRLS HAVE NOW BEEN PLACED ON SALE. THEY MUST BE DISPOSED OF.
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Celebrate the Glorious 4tli
IN GRAND STYLE AT THE LOWEST PRICES ON RECORD. SPECIAL REDUCTION
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. LADIES' TAILOR MADE CLOTH. SILK AND WASH SUITS.
CLOTH, SILK AND SUMMER SKIRTS. SILK AND WASH WAISTS. FINE PATTERN
HATS. GIRLS' DRESSES, ALL KINDS, STYLES AND PRICES. MEN'S, BOYS' AND
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FABRICS AND PRICES. POSITIVE
LY THE BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED BY ANY RELIABLE STORE.
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RELIABLE CREDIT STORE OF THE THREE CITIES.
, niiins officiating. Peter Chienbondt and
. Mii-'s Louisa Mulsrrave were the attend
ant?. Luther League Next.
Another large assembly of church
workers is booked for Moline on Sep
tember and 11. when the llth an
iiiinl convention of the Luther l.;ip;tio
of Illinois will he held af the Ssw iish
Lutheran church of this city. The
league will be entertained by iho
young people's socb-ty of the ocal
church, and a most sneers-fn! and
well attended meeting is looked for
ward to. At last year's n.eeting.
which was held at Geneva, there
were about --" delegates and visitors
in attendance and an equal if not
-r,.;,t( r nunth.-r is expected for Moline.
Searle Will Speak.
Iron Moulders' I'nion, 11:17'. of Moline.
hM-i arranged with C. J. ' Se.Vrie. the
ll.xk i.-l.Hid aitortuy, to deliver the
main address at the annuaV pietiie of
j that body at Concordia park. July
The mold, rs have clatxiratc arrange
tin n's for tiie yearly outing.
Frank P. Styvart, the we",l known
Fifteenth strer tea man. and Mi.-s
1 .lejumetfe Vermere of this city were
,,i:;rried yrstenLiy with nuptial high
pi.sss in the presence of their most itt-
i i : 1 1 wi I II l e n 1 1 s , in . i fi i j r n ti i i n.
j yur Joseph Kelly officiated. Mr.
; S'yvart is cond ictitig a tea store own-
by the firm of Thomas C. Styvart.
has fitted a home for bis bride over
I .h... store. Tie groom is the son of
Mr. and Mr-t.'Ptcr Styvart. Ti: brido
is a member of the church and of sev
ere! of the societies.
j Married Last Evening.
' Mi.ss Christine Linil was united in
' marriage last evening to Theodore
N'oren, of Davenixirf, at the Grace Lu- j
i!i!.tn parsonage. Rev. (. K. Morfsien
IT FOR THE PAST 34 YEARS
Local Weather Bureau Gives Out,
Statement of Averages and Ex
tremes. during the niouth in i'i.tfion. lor the
alo.e period of years, but must not be
construed as a foree:a.-4 of the weather
! conditions for the coming month.
Mary! The month has had a mean tempt ra
were litre of 7.. de-r- s. The warn.e t
i month wa.i that of Pn1 wth an aver
cf ' and the eol b . was that, of
Value No Coasidera-
Cost No Object
If yovi want a Real
Good Bargain Come
to the People's Popu
lar Store, The grand
Opportunity is Open
IT'S VERY SIMPLt
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Dest d eople
Should have the best of fveryh;l::r. We have the largest and best line
of solid gold ritis, liittlous, cbaiii.t ami fid,.s in ilie tri cities. Iiige un
sortmeut (,f beautiful designs, midd. d with diamonds and rubies, in
large a-.s nrl nieiil.
J--(ler and Optician.
1V1 with an avtrav- f e.; ' ). bili
est temper atuj wa I'"! on the H 1 1 h .
1!I, and th co'dest was i' on the
!th. 1-i, T:e- atera-'e ,re-ipif;it;..ii
has be n i:.C" inches, with 4he aveta-"
number of days with .1 inches or more
being s. The- j:re-a:e-t monthly precip
itation wa '..:;; inches :u l.7"t unl
lii- b-asJ wuh .t:i in IsaiJ. Th- frea'
est auioiinf of precipitation in any c,i-se-ciiti-,
. Ill hours was :,.i inches f.n
the 12:h and li b, The aor.i;;f
It W M
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Opposite Harper House.
ii'initi r of clear days has,
partly cloudy, l.'l, clouily, ii.
Licensed to Wed.
Grant Zimmerman Koek I.-l.ttol
Fh.r nee Wit lick Hock Liiat, I
John Ander.on H'k Island
K.'ieii Sofia Larson H k Island
For Rick h"adacho take Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ani
a nuiek cure is certain. For eale ly
ail b-adiiig drupglsta.
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