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fTHE ABQTJS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1905.
Such cccoa as Lowney's
if made abroad and duties'
puid, would cost doodle
the Lowney price
A prrt. rt!" ure ,.jdu.l the i.it'b
f.t f0-,it It- ruti:IV.
iKiirn . l:.tvwr, nourish .r.i?, t?rntjth-
Tut Lovnty 'itctift . k l'rt
mi vLria k. to vhzr Co.. eojtjs
Order your N E W
Suit or Overcoat at
J.B. ZIMMER & SON
Mercha.nt tailors, S
New Location, 1817 8econd Ave. g
In connection lth Queen & Crescent
Koutf. to certain points iu Alabama.
Crurgin. Florida. North and South Car
olina. Kentucky, Mississippi. Tennes
see and Virginia, Tickets sold on tbe
First and Third Tuesday in each Month,
May to November, 1905,
At th very low rate of one fare for
Die round trip, plus ! Tickets are
Koo.l koIiik l. days, and for stop-overs
vouth of tlie Ohio river, with final limit
for return of 21 days from date of nule.
On the same dates, one-may aettlera'
ticket will be sold to points in same
territory at one-half of first class
rates. plus $2, from Ohio river gate
ways. For rates, schedules, and full Infor
mation, call on your nearest ticket
Kent, or write
J. . M'Cl'I.LOCCH,
N. W. V. A.. Pearlxirn St.. Chicago. 111.
Kor information about farm lands,
business locutions, etc., write
l. A. HAYS.
Afrent Itnd and Industrial Department,
22i lourhorn St.. Chicago, 111.
U. U. A1.1.K.N. A. Q. I. A.. St. Louis.
PLANS FOR PAPER
High School Society Formulates
Organization for the
SENIOR SHALL BE EDITOR
Credits Allowed to Persons Who De
vcte Their Time to Getting
The plans for the election of officers
for the High School Journal have been
completed by the faculty. The organ
ization will be called the High School
Journal association and the officers are
to be an editor-in-chief, two assistant
editors, a secretary and a treasurer.
The editor in-chief shall be a member
of tbe senior class, recommended by
the faculty and elected by the class.
The two assistant editors shall be
members of the two junior classes chos
en in the same way and the treasurer
shall be a member of the senior class,
chosen as the editors. They shall hold
office first, for one year an.l thereafter
for one semester. . Besides these offi
cers a member of the faculty will be
appointed, whose duty it shall be to
supervise the publication, and also a
reporter from each class elected with
For their work and time put upon
the paper, the editor-in-chief shall re
ceive two English credits, and the as
sistant editors one each. All officers
shall constitute the board of control
and shall decide all business questions
brought before them. These positions
are considered of great honor and
those filling them will probably be
chosen on u basis of merit and ability.
The first Issue will be out in a week or
I ulvrroity S-bolarlilp.
The Vniversity of Chicago has offer
ed four scholarships, one English, one
Latin, one (J reek and one in mathe
matics, for students who show special
ability in either of these lines. The
English and Latin examinations will
cover everything through the junior
year and that in mathematics will cov
er plain geometry and algebra through
quadratics. The examinations will be
held in Chicago on Nov. II and are
well worth trying for. as each scholar
ship represents $120 cash.
The sophomore class held a meeting
in the assembly room yesterday after
school. The following officers were
elected: President, Howard MeCand
less; vice president. Hubbard Dooley:
secretary. Kuth West; treasurer, Alice
Case. There seems to be some class
fjicliun among the sophomores asjhis
!s the second set of officers elected
A novel method of advertising for
the football games has been intro
duced. The posters will have a picture
of a team member on. changing each
week. The first one will be Herman
Heimbeck. the right half back.
Ar THE SUBURBS.
Orion. Oct. 5. Mrs. Ida Koahdarmer,
of Milan, visited with friends and rela
tives here last week.
Mrs. Burr Engle has returned home
from a week's visit with relatives in
A number from here attended the
funeral of John V. St reed at Cambridge
last Friday afternoon.
Mrs. George Lr.ndin and sister-in-
law. Miss Itose Lund in. have returned
home after a pleasant visit with rela
tives in Mcpherson. Kansas.
Miss Agatha Decker, who has been
visiting Miss Gertrude Wilkins, re
turned Saturday to her home in Wa-
Miss Gertrude Dusenberry visited
over Sunday with relatives in Coal Val
Wallace Asp'und. of Oneida, spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Mrs. Carrie Chilsom. of Osborn.
Kans., is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Gustaf Brodine carne out from Rock
Island Sunday and spent the day with
Miss Lydiu Lindblad. of Moline. !s
visiting with relatives in this vicinity.
Rev. and Mrs. V. C. Rutherford
were called to OIney. 111., Friday, on
A11 the Wat
Daily. Sept. 15 to Oct. 31. "Col
onist" rate from Rock Island
$31. Tickets honored in tourist
runmini ana enjir
On request will tell why you jj
X should visit California this fall,
Q and why you should travel over
$ the Santa Fe.
J Write to
H. D MACK,
o General Agent A. T. A. S. F. Ry., g
Reck Island.. g
J. PETERSON CO..
MANl'FACTl'RERS OF HIGH URADE
PIANOS. Parlor and
Kartvr) i Fourth itriur and Seventh
1. 1 re I. Mullae. 111.
The followir.K testimonial Is suffi
cient evidence of the fiiK" grade
iuality of our instruments:
"Willi.- I was at the home of A.
F. Uruchmann. in Hock Island. I
had a chance to play on the piano
known as Moline Cabinet Uraad
I'mno, na nulai t ured fcy J. Peterson
A.- Co. li.-ii; aked what I thought
of the piano. I cannot refrain from
savins treely uiiil honestly that the
anie is just irrand and I can but
congratulate the tirin of Peterson A:
Co. on th-ir success. I shall always
recommend this firm whenever I get
a chance. To this I certify in ac
cordance with the truth
!riS K 1 N'DKRMANX,
"Royal I'riissian Director ot Music,
aud Under of Herman Marino
Write for catalogue and Drices.
account of "the death of the - latters
grandfather. - -
William Westerlund. of Chicago, was
in town Saturday.
W. A. Stingley was a Geneseo visitor
Miss Nellie Stevenson is visiting
with relatives in Geneseo.
Ed Huston, who is now working in
Sherrard. was in town Monday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Johnson, who
have been visiting with relatives here,
returned Tuesday to their new home
Will Bothwell and Harry Stearns
took in the fair at Springfield this
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lippincott were
tri-clty visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norton, who
have made this place their home for
some time, have now moved their
household goods to Peoria and will live
Dr. F. O. Ringnell Is in Chicago this
Mrs. Oscar Hanson and sister. Miss
Hilda Lindblad. were Davenport visi
Miss Susie Lamson has gone to Pe
oria, where she expects to stay for
Mrs. W. I. Taze, of Alpha, spenT.
Tuesday here with her mother, Mrs.
H. H. Iong.
Harry Wayne is in Chicago this
The members of the local minstrel
company are making big preparations
for their entertainment which is to be
Andalusia. Oct. 5. G. E. Spickler
departed Tuesday for North Dakota.
Louis Strohmeier spent the first of
the week in Carbon Cliff.
Mrs. Charles Huntley visited with
relatives in Rock Island last week.
Miss Josephine Strohmeier. of Rock
Island, visited at home the last of the
L. E. Burmeister and family have
moved into their new home south of
Miss Edith Stropes, of Rock Island,
was visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John Stropes. over Sunday.
Mrs. G. E. Spickler and children are
visiting Mrs. Spickler's daughter, Mrs.
George Herbert, of Reynolds, this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dollarhide and
little son, of Davenport, visited with
relatives the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hayes and little
son Harold, of Rock Island, are visit
ing relatives here.
Roy Spickler of North Dakota, re
turned to his home after a short visit.
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jotm
Miss Blanche Burgoyne, of Reynolds.
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burgoyne.
Mrs. Otto Glazier aud little daugh
ter Hazel, of Edgington. are visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irwin returned
home after a short visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Gravink. of Davenport.
The Baptist society will have their
next dinner at the home of Mrs. G. E.
Spickler, Thursday. Oct. 12.
Carbon Cliff. Oct. 5. Mrs. Cart-
wright and little daughter, of Water-
town, were in the village Tuesday.
The Misses Polly and Mattie Erd-
man were shopping in Moline Monday.
About thirty of the lady friends of
Mrs. William Benson pleasantly sur
prised her last Wednesday afternoon,
meeting at her home and presenting
her a handsome rocking chair. Re
freshments were served and all passed
an enjoyable afternoon.
The Misses Egan, of Rock Island.
spent Sunday with friends in Carbon
Mrs. Delano, from Colona. spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with friends
The young people spent Saturday ev
ening enjoying a party at Joseph Ben
Hamlet. Oct. 5. A number from
here attended the funeral of Squire
Butcher, in Aledo, Saturday.
O. N. Phillips is attending the state
fair at Springfield.
Roy Cooper and family visited Sun
day at Leslie Cooper's.
lewis Gridley and wife moved into
the house in Hamlet. Tuesday, which
they bought of Frank Taylor some
Miss Millie Boyles. who has been
making her home in Montana for some
time, returned to the home of her
Mrs. Lucinda Butcher and daughter.
of Aledo, and William Jack, of Iowa.
visited Silas Turner and other relatives
the first of the week.
Sherrard, Oct. 5. C. A. Samuelson
returned home from his trip through
Nebraska. His family will remain for
a longer visit.
C. E. Petersen was in Rock Island
on business Monday.
Mrs. Jessie Haigh returned home
Saturday after a week's visit In the
Lewis Hummel removed his family
to Cable Thursday.
Miss Emma Lee ha9 been visiting
with her brothers the last two weeks.
T. Masters, of St. David, is expected
to move here soon.
Mrs. Frank Lundquist, of south of
Cable, visited with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Davison.
Rev. W. H. Arbogast. of Fanestou
111., moved his family and household
goods here Monday. He Is the new
pastor of the U. B. church.
IN SOME WORK
Mysterious Persons Mysteriously Dress
ed Frighten Women on Streets "
The appearance of "Jack the Hug
ger," as this class of miscreants is
commonly termed, has occasioned con
siderable alarm in the last few days
in some parts of the city. It seems
that there are a number of young men
who have been engaging In this sport,
and during the last few days a num
ber of ladies have been accosted on
the streets by one of these men. The
ladies have been subjected to insult
ing remarks, and in one or two cases
the "Mack" has deserved the title of
"the hugger.' The performance is
often varied, and in front of the street
light a young fellow appears, clothed
in a coat and a pair of shoes. Stepping
directly in front of an unescorted lady,
the fellow makes some insulting re
mark, and disappears into some alley.
A few nights ago two young ladies
were accosted by one of these "Jacks"
on one of the busy streets, within two
blocks of the center of the business
district. The ladies were returning
home, and it was only a few minutes
after 9 o'clock in the evening. Many
of these incidents are never reported
to the police, and when they are re
ported it is too late to apprehend the
Thompson went to Orion Tuesday to
meet Miss Fannie Feme, of Kewanee.
and to make a visit.
A number of the ladies attended the
dahlia show at Cable last Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Davison. Sr., and daugh
ter, Mrs. William Essex, returned home
Monday after a two weeks' visit with
relatives and friends at Harvey, 111.
William Burns returned home Fri
day from Ak'do. where he had been
subpoenaed in a law suit.
Dr. Martin was in Rock Island Mon
day on professional business. Mrs.
Gorrey'.s child, from east of Sherrard.
underwent an operation for appendicitis.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court", Judge E.
E. Parmenter presiding.
Probate. In re delinquency of Jo
seph Reinhardt. Petition filed. Waiv
er of notice by father and mother
filed, both being in court with child and
consent to this proceeding. A. H.
Kohler, an attorney of this court ap
pointed to represent such alleged de
linquent. John K. Scott represents the
people. Veuiie issued and returneiL
Jury impaneled and sworn. Trial had.
Jury retires to consider verdict. Ver
dict returned into court finding said
child delinquent and finding facts con
tained in petition proven and that child
is 10 years old on May 21, 1905. Or
dered that said Joseph Reinhardt be
committed to the St. Charles school
for boys for the term of 5 years, un
less sooner discharged by law, and the
clerk to issue warrant to sheriff to con
vey him to said school.
Estate of Caroline Tuenwall. Peti
tion of Emma Lindahl. sirter, for let
ters to issue to George C. Wenger
filed. Petition granted on tiking usual
oath and filing bond in the sum of
$1,100 to be approved by the court.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Caroline Tunwall. Request of Ernest
B. Tunwall. minor over 14 years of age
for the appointment of George C. Wen
ger as his guardian filed. Petition of
Emma IJndahl for letters of guardian
ship to issue to George C. Wenger
filed. Petition granted upon taking
oath and filing bonds in sum of $1,100
to be approved by the court.
Estate of Tnomas Mackin. In the
matter of motion to strike from files
petition to set aside probate of will
filed. Also motion to strike from files
petition for appointment of administra
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Minnie Rausch. Guardian's inventory
filed and approved.
Estate of Clans Anderson. Minors
relinquishment and selection filed and
approved. Final report and settlement
of administrator filed. Hearing there
on set for Oct. 27.. 19"5. at 9 o'clock
a. m. Ordered that administrator no
tify heirs by publication. Fees remit
ted. Real Estate Transfers. James E.
Barnard to Nellie Hasson, wVi sec. 29,
ne se. sec. 30-19-27e, eV& nw sec. 32,
Frederick Thomas to Charles Dun
lap. e1, ne-wH, ne and w1 se, sec. 5,
w4 ne sec. 81C-3w. $2,500.
Modest Verhale to Anthonis Thomas,
part se nw sec. 6-17-lw, fl.tOO.
David Sears et al to Lydia B. Schroe
der, east 10 feet lot 9, block 10, Sears,
August Walline to Alfred A. Lfn-
Ipfe ? n ri
y v -$7fK ok :
J $ -ft
v nvy in till fi$mk
a::d vh can
EVERYBODY CAN HAVE NICi: HAIR
NOW, and you don't have to wait around
weeks and months for results either. You
wiil see i:nprovemer.t3 from the very first
Lcr Iiui.- Ts:.e-on New L.l ami Grows 3
I Vet I.on-L'r ::ia:i i: was Before.
Ksov.i.ton I).r.-:n kink Co.
t.cntlt nit n ;
Your Iar.Vr 'in- 'i:m mn.lr- tnv h.iir crow
over lhr-e ft-ri longer thuu li was M-lieu I be
gun its nf.
It is now over five fr et Ion;; an.l keens riht
on cruying, it serins to (airly cr I'.otmy
stvilp, it is so ulossv mill nice l
1'andcl nit will j iy have il.v 1,c st wishes.
This GREAT IIAiR-GIiOVVING REMEDY
can now be had at all D.-ujghitu in three
sizes, 25c, 50c. anJ G1.C0 per bottle.
343 W. 14th Street. NEW YORK CITY.
Tostiow how quickly Iitulf riii
i.cls vc will send a l.nnf SHilipte
free ly return limit to anvoiie w ho
semis this iilvertiscmeiil to tlie
Iv now I toil Itumlfriiie Co., Cliiraifo, with their
name and address and ten cents in silver or stamps
to pay post. me.
For Sale and guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy
"jf Good S'uit sf ICnobun
"By the S'hape It Kjeeps"
SUITS MADE AT THIS UP-TO-DATE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT STAY RIGHT OUTSIDE, BECAUSE
THEY'RE PROPERLY "STAYED" INSIDE. IF YOU HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED THE SATISFACTION
OF WEARING A TAILOR-MADE SUIT, A SUIT CUT AND FASHIONED BY MEN WHO "KNOW," YOU
CANNOT FIND A BETTER TIME TO BEGJN THAN NOW. WE ARE SHOWING YOU AN UNUSUALLY
LARGE LINE OF FINE FALL PATTERNS, EXCLUSIVE WITH US, AND INVITE YOU TO CALL.
HOW ABOUT THAT OVERCOAT?
IF YOU ARE IN LINE FOR A FALL OR WINTER OVERCOAT OR CRAVENETTE, READY-TO - SLIP - ON.
PATTERNS AND STYLES, THAT YOU'LL NOT FIND IN CLOTHING STORES, CALL AND SEE THE BIG
LINE WE ARE SHOWING THIS FALL. THESE COATS ARE EXCLUSIVELY CORRECT, AND OUR
SUCCESS IN THIS NEW VENTURE LAST SEASON HAS ENCOURAGED US TO MORE THAN DOUBLE
OUR STOCK THIS FALL. MAY WE SEE YOU?
E. IF. DORN, LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR.
1812 Second Avenue.
dahl, lot 0, block 2, Timlin's add.. East
E. A. Williamson to E. E. Rogers, w
V2. nw see. 32-2U-2e. $7,2o0.
E. H. Stafford to Jewett A. Col bum.
lot 2S. block 12. town of Silvis. $225.
A. E. Walth. r to E. W. Rosenberg,
lot 5. block 3, Third Wheelock's Fif
teenth strett add., Moline, $475.
P. J. Miller to Frank F. Fiebig. lots
7 and 8. block 2fi. Dibbern's subdiv.;
Mary J. Flint to Conrad Palmquist,
lot 14, block 5. Columbia Park, Moline.
IT. S. A. to William Anderson, se sec.
24, w-2 ne foc. 25-1 0-5 w.
Mary A. Bosold to T. A. Ht rzog. lot
4. block 3, S. Mosenfiddt l's place. Rock
Lou's MoscnfeMer to T. A. llerzo.T.
lots 5. (I and 7, block 3, L. Mosenf eld
er's place. Rock Island, $9u0.
C, W. A'.Ien to Theresa L. Ashdown.
part lot 3, Belcher & Sigsworth's add..
Port Byron, $400.
Aurie Hawkins to Gustavus Stromer,
lot in sw F.e. .sec. 31-17-1 w. $1.
Adolphus P. Hartz to Matthew T.
Johnson, lot 2, block 2, Black Hawk
add., Rock Island, $1,510.
Louis Spock to Peters & Day. undi
vided share, out lots 5 and C, Alday's
add.. East Rock Island, f -1.4(H).
John Day to G. R. Peters, undivided
share out lots 5 and C, Alday's add.
East Rock Island, $2,500.
James M. Cozad Rock Island
Rose Caulfield Rock Island
Licensed to Wed.
Honore De Pa mo Roc k Island
Augusta Do Latre Rock Island
Harry A. Fidler Banner
Daisy Isgar Breeds
CURES CATARRHAL DEAFNESS.
One Week's Use of Hyomei Did Mora
Than Six Months' Treatment
In the treatment of deafness which is
often the result of catarrh, Hyomei
acts almost immediately upon the in
llanied membrane and the hearing be
gins to return at once.
Miss Meeks, of Mattewan, X. Y., says:
"Hyomei is truly wonderful. I have
used it but a short time and see a great
change in my condition. My hearing
is improving rapidly, and I had no Idea
I would improve so rapidly in so short
a time. My breath, which was very
offensive to myself and others, has lout
its bad odor entirely. I have spent a
great deal of money with catarrh spe
cialists, and can truly say that six
months of their treatment is not equal
to one month of Hyomei."
H. O. Rolfs is selling Hyomei upon
the unusual plan of agreeing to return
the money if the medicine does not
A complete outfit costs? only $1, and
includes an inhaler that can be carried
in the vest pocket, a medicine dropper,
and a bottle of Hyomei.
A Pleasure to All.
Xo pill is as pleasant and positive
as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These
famous little pills are so mild and ef
fective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people say they
are the best liver pills mold. Sold by
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Mac was north and south and
the Scotia. Kit Carson and Chaperon
Dang'r Hgt. Ch'ng
Line 7 a.m. 21 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 5.0 u
Red Wing 14 5.0 ti.O
Reeds Landing 12 4.7 o.l
Le Crosse 12 0.3 0.1
P. du Chien IS 7.0 0.2
Dubuque IS X .2 o.l
Le Claire It) 5.3 0.0
Rock Island 15 0.0 o.o
Des Moines Rapids . . . . 3.4
Keokuk 15 5.K 0.0
St. Louis 30 12.S 0.3
Kansas City 21 S.2 0.:i
River Forecast: A slight falling ten
dency in the Mississippi will prevail
from Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHEKIER, Ixcal Forecaster.
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely af
flicted with rheumatism. I finally tried
Detelun's Mystic Cure for rheumatism,
and in four days could walk without
my cane; two bottles cured me sound
and well. I take great pleasure in rec
ommending the Mystic Cure to all who
are afflicted with rheumatism." Sold
by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son,
220 West Second street, Davenport.
It's the Easiest Thing in the World to Quickly Relieve and Speedily Cure
Buy a bottle to-day of tbe only reliable Natural Mineral Water Laxative, HUNYADI JANOS, and drink half a tumbler
ful, on arising, before breakfast; within an hour you will have a free and pleasant relief. No griping, no purging, but just
gentle RELIEF. Keep the balance, it never loses its virtue, and have it always ready for use. One bottle contains many
doses, one dose affords relief. Always reliable, changeless and odorless.' There ia' nothing just as good." Bottled in
Hungary used the world over. Ask distinctly for
Mrs. Henry Barr and Miss Bessie