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THE XHGUS, MONDAY, ' JULY 3, 1905.
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GET THE BUFFALO
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People of Tri-Cities Offered Many
New Management Less Fortu
nate Than Former
Young &. McCombs Make Generous
Proposition to Ladies of Spen
cer Memorial Church.
Attractions for Diversion
The nunc Keen Kutter
eliminates uncertainty in tool buying.
As this brand covers a complete line of tools, all you need remem
ber in buying a tool of any kind is the one name Keen Kutter.
Keen Kutter Tools are without serve or qualification the
best tools that money, brains and skill can produce. No
matter how much you pay, no matter who you may
have thought to be the best maker of a particular kind
of tool, you cannot get any tool, anywhere, better
than those sold under the name of Keen Kutter.
If your dealer doesn't keep Keen Kutter tools
write us and we will see that you are supplied.
TobUrtctmtd tto Orond Prut at the St. LouU BrpoUo-tht tnly tuck award ever eutm
a complete line tftooh.
SOOXS HARDWARE COMPANY
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Aoeer Biti. Filet. PUnei, If
Draw Kaivci Saws. II
Scythe. Tir.net 1 1
Y Snipe, Sciftors.
V Shears, Ra- J I
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St Louis. U.SA.298 Broadway. N. Y.
Ico Cream Freezers.
1615-1617 Second Avon. vie.
M-H-MH I I Hill I I'M
ALWAYS IN THE LKAD.
$10, $12, $15.
In Rock Island.
We show everything that's
new in Hats and Furnish
ing goods. Prices right
too. Nuf sed. Come.
BALLOON GOES UP AT TOWER
Siggest Day in History of Resort An
ticipated Ball Games, Races,
and Show, Also.
M. C. R.ICE, Prop.
The people of Rock Island, and of
he tri-cities, will not lack for places
t amusement for the celebration of
ihe Fourth tomorrow. Chief among
(he day's attractions are the two base
ball games at Davenport, one in the
morning and the other in the after
noon, and the annual race meet at the
Ninth street track in Rock Island.
With favorable weather record break
ing crowds will undoubtedly attend
each of these events.
At every amusement resort in the
three cities and vicinity special at
tractions have been scheduled for to
morrow. At the Watch Tower Prof.
Swartz will make an ascension in a
balloon at 4:2) o'clock, and will make
a sensational parachute leap amid a
shower of fireworks. In addition, the
usual attractions and amusement de
vices of the tower will be in full op
eration, and hundreds of basket pic
nics have been planned.
The Ferari Bros.' united shows at
Suburban Island park will be a big at
traction, and will undoubtedly draw a
large portion of the pleasure seekers.
Campbell's island will bid high fer
the opportunity of entertaining the
people of the tri-cities, with the popu
lar Casino vaudeville attraction in full
operation. Flambo's garden, Daven
port; Schuotzen park. Prospect park,
Schwenke's garden, Bettendorf, and
the smaller parks will each draw its
quota of the people. In addition, many
will spend the day at Mississippi park,
and many are planning to take advan
tage of the J. S. excursions to Musca
tine, the steamer making three round
trips during the day.
There will be a celebration at Zion
hill, back of Augustana college, under
the auspices of the young people's so
cieties of the Zion Lutheran church.
Dr. C. W. Foss and others will make
The Independents play at Erie, and
a big celebration will be held there,
with many Rock Islanders in attend
ance. At Woodward's grove, above
Port Byron, the only public celebra
tion in the upper end of the county will
be held. Attorney George W. Wood. of
Moline, will make an address, and a
ball game between Zuma and Port By
ron will be a big attraction. Launches
will be run to connect with Mississippi
park, which is just opposite on the
It is expected that the Watch Tower
will be the most popular resort for the
day. and arrangements are being made
for adequate street car service to car
ry the crowd to and from the tower,
The biggest day in the history of the
resort is anticipated.
I'oMltfl- (lour, at 1 A. M.
Tomorrow the post office will close
at 10 a. m. There will be one delivery
of mail by carrier, leaving the office
at 9 o'clock.
For the entire day of Friday, July
7, Young & McCombs have agreed to
turn over the profits on their sales to
the Ladies' Aid society of Spencer
Memorial church. This unusually gen
erous offer has been made by the firm
in appreciation of the efforts of the
ladies in lifting a large share of the In
debtedness on the new church and the
furnishing the same. Particularly in
furnishing the church the society bias
became involved and all efforts are
being bent to clear up the financial ob
ligations that have been Incurred. The
church is externally and internally
one of the prettiest in the three cit
ies." and the object is a worthy one. ,
Under the arrangements with Young
& McCombs, the ladies are to do tin
advertising and are to have the profits
from all departments. Mrs. Andrew
Olson, president of the society, is in
charge of all arrangements and she
has const ltuted all the members a com
mittee to use their personal efforts to
swell the day's trading and to act in
receiving patrons at the store during
the day. ' Those who patronize Young
& McCombs next Friday may rest as
sured of getting their money's worth
and at the same time of assisting a
good cause. ;
NEW TRIALS ARE
DENIED BY COURT
Suit for Divorce and Separate Mainten
ance Commenced by Moline Peo
ple in Circuit Court
Judge Graves has overruled motions
for new trials in the cases of Garrison
vs. the city of Rock Island, and Wait
vs. Schrieker, and appeals were taken
to the appellate court in both cases. A
motion for a new trial has been argued
in the circuit court this afternoon in
the case of Beekstrom vs. Krone.
Mrs. Annie Mathilda Tunell of Mo
line has brought suit for divorce frqm
her husband, August Tunell in circuit
court. She alleges that they were
married Nov. 27. 1S9C, and that for sev
eral years (lie defendant has been an
excessive user of intoxicants. She
further charges cruelty and non-sup
port. Luciau Adams is attorney for
Mrs. Clara Kannenberg of Moline
has commenced suit for separate main
tenanee against her husband. Otto
: Kannenberg. .1. B. Oakleaf is attorney
for the complainant.
OS BRUNEI? COMES TO TOWN?
Has Purchased the A. M. Bruner Resi
dence on Twenty-first Street.
O. L. Bruner has purchased the res
idence of A. M. Bruner at 111C Twen
ty-first street. Rock Island, but has not
stated as to whether he will occupy
it himself immediately or not. A. M
Bruuer removes to Elgin, where he
will be close to his Chicago office, the
headquarters of the railway Y. M. C. A
work. Os is not quite sure yet whelh
er or not he will be a candidate for
the office of sheriff next year, and
meanwhile he will determine whether
it will be better to be the farmers'
candidate and stay out at Reynolds or
be the county seat candidate and live
in the city. Perhaps he can manage
to be both.
Fire in Basement.
Some paper and rags in the base
ment of the residence of Irs. C. F. Os
terman, 921 Fourteeiifh-and-a-half
street, this morning at llt25 were set
afire by heat from the cook stove. The
department was summoned by tele
phone, but before the arrival of the
wagoivs the fire had been extinguished
by neighbors. The hired girl had left
the house, after building an unusually
large fire in the stove. No damage resulted.
There is no case of indigestion, dys
pepsia or stomach trouble that will
not yield to the digestive and strength
ening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. This remedy takes the strain
ofT the stomach by digesting what you
eat and allowing it to rest until it
grows strong again. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure affords quick and permanent re
lief from indigestion and all stomach
troubles, builds up the system and so
purifies that disease can not attack
and gain a foothold as when in a weak
ened condition. Sold by all druggists.
The meeting of the Rock Island Tur
ner ladies- will be postponed until July
11 19o5. by order of
MRS. J. II. STUHR.
Richard J. Waters is in Chicago on
Miss Helen Rosendahl is visiting
Mrs. Mayer Ieb.
E. II. Barber of St. Louis is visiting
Rock Island friends.
Miss Tillie Franks, of Peru, is in the
city visiting relatives.
Miss Josephine Whisler has return
ed from a visit to Paris, III.
Mrs. F. J. Hinkston is' visiting with
relatives in Painesville, Ohio.
W. E. Sears is in the city to spend
the Fourth with hJs parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Sears.
Sheriff Heider departed today for
Joliet, where he took Isaac Berry, con
victed of burglary.
Rev. C. K. Hoffsten goes tomorrow
to Andover to deliver a patriotic ad
dress at the celebration there.
Louis Rosenfield. formerly of this
city, now of De Moines, is visiting in
Rock Island with his mother and sis
Mrs. C. P. Comegys -and daughter,
Miss Mary, departed this morning for a
sojourn at Waukesha and Green Lake,
Miss Eva Ishan, of Des Moines, is
the guest of Miss Nina Van Buren, who
has just returned from a visit to that
Mr. and Mis. Hampton, of Joliet, and
Mrs. O.scar Smith, of Waukegan, are
the guests cf Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Miss Lucile McGuinn has gone io
Chicago, where she will remain about
two weeks, visiting her brother, Dr.
Mrs. E. J. Meek leaves this evening
with her two children for Portland,
Ore., where they expect to spend sever
al weeks at tho Lewis and Clark expo
sition. Miss Amy Henderson and Miss Grace
Noftsker leave for Colorado today.
They will attend the Epworth League
convention at Denver, after which
they visit for several weeks In Color
ado Springs and vicinity.
When bilious take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
by leading druggists.
Mrs. John Ohlweiler entertains Wed
nesday afternoon at cinch.
Mrs. William H. Wnisler entertains
the Monday Euchre club today.
Takes Rough on Rats.
Robert Downs, who lives on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, took rough on
rats today, probably accidentally. He
was in a somewhat intoxicated condi
tion, and did not know what he had.
There were bo serious results as he
received prompt attention from a physician.
FIVE MEN AND FIVE WOMEN
City and County Officers Vying One
With the Other in Raiding the
Resorts of Rock Island.
The city and county authorities seem
now to be vying one with the other to
see which can clean out the most of
the immoral resorts about the city.
One night Simon Goldberg will go out
with a handful of papers signed by
State's Attorney Scott and will bring
in a bunch to Justice Johnson. The
next night Mayor McCaskrin. who is
now his own plain clothes man since
Dick Carnes left the force, will go out
with a bunch of his braves and har
vest a field for Magistrate Elliott to
Opt the Buffalo.
Among those in the net of the city
authorities is the Buffalo, a resort with
more or less notoriety, which has for
merly managed to get little advertising
through the publication of the police
reports. Three or four officers went
to the place last night and the net
pulled in 10. five men and five women,
all from Davenport and Moline. Among
them were Clara Wolf. Alfred Wolf,
and Elsie Wolf. Just how so many
from one family got mixed up in a deal
like that is unexplained.
The Buffalo has recently been taken
under a new management, the change
being made about the same time the
change in administration took place.
Which change is responsible for the
sudden about face in the attitude of
the officers is not known.
Clean Out Another.
The place on the corner of Nine
teenth street and Fourth avenue, of
which there has been considerable
complaint on account of its proximity
to the library and the residence dis
trict, was gone through Saturday night
by the city authority's and three girls
and two or three nun taken down to
the station. They were assessed $50
and costs each, which means that the
resort must be vacated by that class of
About a half dozen more women who
were found coming out of wine rooms
at a morning hour were taken in and
fined various amounts.
REPORTS OF DEPARTMENTS
Month of June Shows Total of 50 Ar
rests. The police report for the month of
June shows a total of 50 arrests, being
divided as follows: Assault and bat
tery, 1; drunk, 7; disorderly conduct.
25; larceny, 1; burglary. 1; adultery,
2; fast driving. 1; malicious mischief.
1; disturbing the peace, 2; Tobbery. 1;
obtaining money under false pretenses,
7. There were lo tramps lodged.
In June of last year there was a total
of 73 arrests, 29 for disorderly conduct
IS for disturbing the peace, and 5 for
breach of the peace. In May of this
year there 42 arrests, those for disor
derly conduct being 21 ; for drunken
ness, C; for disturbing the peace, 1. In
the same month last year there were
71 arrests; 4'J for disorderly conduct,
G for drunkenness, 2 for disturbing the
LEFT HIS PURSE ON TRAIN
Kansas City Man Finds Employes of
the Rock Island Honest.
A. Henley, of Kansas City, left his
purse containing over $luo in cash, a
certified check for $,.ri)0 and his re
turn ticket in a sleeping car on the
Rock Island when he alighted at Mus
catine the other day. Discovering his
loss when it was too late, he notified
the local railway representatives and
the wires were set working. The purse
was not discovered till the car reached
Bureau Junction, when H. F. Insley, the
colored porter, fouud it and turned it
over to the conductor. It was placed
on t he westbound train and in a few
hours was in possession of the owner.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum
mer is over. It can always be de
pended upon even in the most severe
and dangerous cases. It is especially
valuable for summer disorders in ehil
dren. It is pleasant to take and never
fails to give prompt relief. Why not
buy it now? It may save life. For
sale by all leading druggists.
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstandinc all that is done by
boards of health and charitably in
clined persons, the death rate among
children is very high during the hot
weather of the summer months in the
large cities. There is not probably
one case of bowel complaint in a hun
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all leading druggists.
The pilU that act aa a tonic and
not as a drastic purge, are Do Witt's
Little Ivarly Risers. Thev cure Head
ache, constipation, biliousness etc.
Early Risers are small, easy to take
and easy to act a safe pill. Mack
Hamilton, hotel clerk at Valley City.
N. D.. says: "Two bottles of these
famous Little Pills cured me of chron
ic constipation.' Good for either cbil
dren or adults. At all druggists.
Men's and Boysf
Your choice of Coat and Pant
Suits in Flannel and Wors
ted garments, regular
$7.50 and $10 ones,
at an even
Somrners & La Velle
DOIT BLAME THE COOK
If things don't go as far as you think they ought to. Per
haps you are getting an Inferior grade of groceries, and
that may account for it; and you are also probably paying
higher prices than you should. If you want to make the
money laid aside for household expenses go farther than it
ever has before, get the best class of groceries at the low
est prices by trading here, for that is the aim of this store
to sell better groceries at a lower price than our competi
tors. Look at these prices:
Fancy dairy butter, lb 17!
C lbs. Head Rice 25c
C fait Mackerel 25c
C cans Oil Sardines 25c
C cans Mustard Sardines. .. .25c
C bottles Catsup 25c
C cans Cream 25c
C pkgs. Gold Dust 25c
10 bars D. C. Soap 25c
3 cans Table Syrup 25o
3 cans tall Salmon 25c
3 lbs. Cakes 25c
8 pkgs. Tooth Ticks 25c
S sacks Salt 25o
1 lb. N. J. Tea 25o
2 lbs. Coffee, good 25e
Strictly fresh Kggs, doz. ....15c
Good Corn, per doz 75c
K. J. Peas, per doz. 90c
Yeast Foam, per pkg 3c
Fancy large Olives, quart... 25c
2 large bars Ivory Soap ....15c
2 bars Sapolio 15c
Ammonia, quart bottle 8c
f lb. can best Baking Powder. 50c
3 pkgs. Jello 25c
Everything In the line, especially Sugar, Flour, Butter
and Lard, at the lowest bottom prices. "
THE ECONOMY GROCERY
1515 SECOND AVENUE.
We have just received a large vari
ety of the white linen hats of all the
latest shapes. Some are trimmed with
the owl heads, others in breasts, while
some are trimmed exceedingly smart
with pigeon wings, and all are being
sold at attractively low prices.
BRANDENBURG MILLINERY STORE,
Corner of Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
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It Eclipses All
Other kinds of coal on the market
for cook stove or furnace, is the
crdict of all who have used our
La Salle Third Vein Screen Lump
Coal. It will give more satlsfac-"
tion in use than any coal you can "
Yin rn T j u ti r fra Vi -.n zc-1 o-rita
and first class coal and service la
what you will always receive at
MUELLER LUMBER CO. YARD,
They also handle best grades of
Smokeless and Hard Coals.
MUELLER LUMBER CO.,
24tk street and 3d avenue.
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