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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOHEIt 17, 1903.
TO THOROUGHLY and quick
ly introduce our excellent
"Tets and Superior Coffees into
every household in this vicinity,
we wi;i give FREE one pound
cf best granulated sugar with
every pound of the following
bulk teas or coffers bought here
for the balance of this week, be
ginning Wednesday morning and
for four (4 )days. Remember
prompt orders get the sugar
Sun elrieij Japan tfiis,
fawyt lb TOC
Sun ilri-'l .'upan. e stra
'"" Vt SOc
Sun elrieil .Japan.
choice. V, 30c
Sun rlrif-1 .lapi'il.
rpceia'. It.. 3rC
!l;isk ! lired . ;i rt .
new t r ,n. ! 60c
KnujLli !!r. al.r.is'.
t:"". ,;- eoo
tvra laney. lit SOc
Knnr(is:i OoPm;.'. spe-clal
ii""-:. 1' 81.00
"!ir.;r. xi ra
Miii ui'iif jriiLpowde'r.
exliu fancy. I!, 0C
Mn 1 1 -? i - gimp de r..
fancy. 1 ) GOo
iiiniowil r. regular.
Olrl government -(rf"'.
lava. lit -10c
AiiKola .lava anil
Moeha. Hi 35C
I'life-eiiim .Iaa ami
Mix-ha. 11. TJOC
Special .laa and
MfM-iia. n 125c
We arc bound to place these
best teas and coffees in every
home in Rock Island sooner or
later, and shall stop at no rea
sonable cost to do so. fcr we
know a customer once secured
on these goods will be a perma
nent buyer at this store.
SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY.
Arim:ir's anl Kolir's best sugar
rureil liatns. Slur S 1 1 1
Hand. ete lb 112' C
Harris & Hess
Grocery Co .
Eighteenth St. and Third Ave.
New 'lbam MIU anil T-T. ; ulil
'I'hoar I. VI aad 4.17.
Tuesday. Oct. 17.
Xiilinrr anil MkIiI.
The K.inious W'urWt; I f
ST. LOUIS. NEW YORK.
Mltl:im Well. IMrr.lor.
Fifty Players and Soloists.
Aui Whulrj. imuii.i !';:na. Tii ih
Ntilot-tM. nluslu Siirll. 1.iiiii-I. lteri
mMhnHNrH, i Ki nt t
PriiTii NlKl-.t. fl. T.".i-. .".- aiil 2 jr.
Matlnte. adults r.'i children 2io.
ias.rion CHAn.tRUN.KinpT Company.
Wednesday. Oct. 18.
KOLB &. DILL
And Their All Star Cast.
sO PEOPLE 0
F.vnous California Beauty
"I. o. ,u.
A Musical Comedy on Trusts and
Prices 25c, 50c. 75c, $1.
Trl-Clty Transfer and
Hauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small at reason,
abl rates. Daily wagon to
Molina and Davenport. We also
handle the best grade of hard
and soft coal. A portion of your
patronage t respectfully solicit
ed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
New 'phone 5464, old 545.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
PATTEE TO BE HERE
Dtmosratic Congressional Can
didate Will Visit Rock Is
AFTERNOON AT THE HARPER
Where He Will Be Glad to Receive
Democrats and Citizens
.1. Howard Patt.-e-. dexr.ixrrat ic norni-ne-e
fur ennsress, will arrive in Rock
Island r.t noon tomorrow over the? Bur
lington route from Mercer county, anil
will spend the afternoon at the Harper
where he will inforrr.ally receive th"
'cir.(K r;i:s ?n I citizens j. t'lierully of
Rik-K I -Inn-!. He will !" j.cei.f'p.'ir.ied
y a '!!' nation of M ree-r county
friends sti 1 wi'l le m t by a number o!
li nifiria s an'l ..cort. .1 to tin- hotel,
which will be Ins ne-adepiarters vhili.
In the city.
n Otl Time lrir.i-rl.
Mr. Patiee. l;o is a 1. felony ami
representative eUmoerai. is wen known
'o faany ef th" ol t;r:n- party members
.n tin:- eiry. nl:n v. ill 1,. glad to ; rte;
him and give him their aid in tin.- earn
pa'i-n that he is making. He i. ir.ak
n x a oniet bi.r thorough canvass of the
intire district. j;ni the inipresviein he if
e-ve-ry whe-te j: aking jj both highly -orn-plimmtary
to lim as a candidate an l
highly m. tifyin to the party he o
v !! repreyen,s.
City (Vnmcil Chamber, I lock Island
111 , Oct. 1:, The council met at
:'', p. m.. in ri;til.ir session. Mayor
McCaskrin presiding and a!', of the al
dermcn pn ent. The minutes of the
last regular milling were read and ap
The clerk presented a bill of f 12.", for
ir nscil in the pulilie itrinking places.
Aid. Anderson moved that the bill h"
allowed. Carried by unanimous vote.
The clerk presented a petition from
Kos !i!ii 1,1 Urns., for permission to con
nect with city water main on Seventh
avenue and Thirty first street. Grant
ed; the work to be done under super
intendent ef water works.
Thi e-l rk pre sente d a p -iitiin from
Iliake & Murphy for permission to open
!aveil stte'ets to make- t-e wer conne-c-tlems.
The clerk piese-nte-d petitions from
fl. W. Heddig and Channon & Dufva
for p rmissioii to make si we r connee
tions. KifetreI to the sewer eomiuil-te-e
with power to act.
Tin- clerk re ad a petition from Allen.
Myers AL- Ce.. for permissiem to make
wafer connectiems and also to make a
connect ion with a sewer anel alse for
ue-rmission to build a se wer en Third
street from Fifth to Seventh avenues.
Aid. Kobbins moved that the pe-tition
'or pi rmissioii to make w r e-"nne c
tie)iis be- giante'd. Carried.
AM. Kobbins meive-il mat the . u
for permission to makr sewt r e-onnec-'inns
be- refe rre d to the se we r commit
Aid. Ke-khart moved that the petition
o e-onstrue-t a se wer on Thirel street
f re nn Fifth to Seventh avenues be
The- e k rk pre. -inn d the- bond ef Y.
Vim frtt wurso than you 1o. f-;l ail rik'tit
now, uucb butler thin they ever did, amJ
from French Lick
Springs c-l!. the creilU.
Tb ere Is nothin
I'loto Wau-r; there
isn't mnj uiedlcine In
It: It Is a pare, nntural spririK water
tht runtos riht out vt the icrtund
Ihrnuiih the rucks.
it V L' K K S imttyttHim, constipation,
li.incy aii't Jlrrr d'W.iiri, vmiw dielTt,
,1k-' D itiu, tie.
e.el a quart tf CiMicentrmted Pluto
Water fur 3i oentv. It cures. Vbiet
tH'jut. fal dcsrrtptiTe booklet which tells
'.I abont l':uioWiier and French. Lick:
will semi it to you fur a KHlaJ carrl.
FRENCH LICK SPRINGS HOTEL CO..
Inot. Tagort. Pre, French Lick, Indiana.
Blcher In Quality than most
Lompw tkeni with other Ciqars a ltd
o fimi 9004 re son for tbeu- cowtinaj
tkc dewier More tka other trws
fR4NK F IIHIS. PtORU.HL
ORIGINATOR TIN FOIL SMOKER PACKAGE
Id a.1 iu atar.
Eli's Cream Balm
cleaiiae. annthea and heal
the d.M-aed membrane.
It curt- catarrh au.f drive
away a cold n Uie head
I rrain Balm t placed into the cuatnlf , apreada
over iLe lueaibrane ai l ia al)9orecL Kel.cfUim
mediate and a cure f -Cows. J t ia not drying dor
not roduce am-ecing. Ir-e Slee, M Ccala ai Drug
f lata or by mail ; Trial Sj, 10 cenia.
KLT BReJTUEKS, M Warren Street, Nrw Text
E. Bailey in the turn of $3Qe to bring
the streets and alleys in Bailey's Sev
enteenth street addition to grade.
Aid. Eckhan moved that the hond be
Aid. Robbies moved that the plat
of Bailey's Seventeenth street addition
!e adopted. Carried by unanimous vote.
The clerk presented a communication
trom C. L. Walker, president of the li
brary board, transmitting a warranty
tlecd from Frederick Weyerhaeuser do
natinii a 3"-foot lot to the city for li
The clerk read the followins resolu
tions: Whereas. Mr. Frederick Weyerhaeu
ftr has again thown his love for this,
his home city by purchasing and deed
ing to the city a tract ef land Set by
150 feet, lyins immediately cast of and
adjoining the present ;ibrary property
of the city, thereby greatly adiiing; to
the beauty of the location of our li
brary building, and in addition will pt r
mit the enlargement e:f the building so
is to meet the future re quiiimenfa of
ihe c ty. Therefor;', be it
He-olveJ. Thai this city council ir.
grateful ;:cl:now!rdgemeut of ?."r. Wey-
rhatusrr't bbciallty. hereby o:i b-.'hnlf
f ejur citizen, express emr s-'necre
hanks t him far this Pis additiemal
ran'fe station ef his continual purpose
te aid and improve the library facilities
if t'ie city and mnke it the most useful
;:rt)in rty possessed by the city.
Aid. Aneiereon move el that the resolu-
iiin Le adopted by a rising vote, that
it be ma:!e a ir.auer of record and a
-opy thereof be rent t;i t':e donor. Car
ded. Tin cieik priventcd an rdinanee f;r
he iirr re,ve ;i:e nr eif F.fth avenue fremi
the east line eif Eighteenth street to
he caft line of Nineteenth street, by an
isphalt pavement :P feet in width.
Aid. Kobbins mejvcd the immediate
consideration of the eirdinance. Car
ried. Aid. Anderson moved the adoption of
the eirdinance as amended. Adopted
by unanimous vote.
The- clerk read a pretest fremi the
city attorney concerning the immediate
consideratiein and adoption ef ordinan
ces. Aid. Obi rg niove-el that the coinniuni
catiem be laid en the' table'. Carried.
The cH rk presented the report of the
city attorney and associate counsel for
the trial of the storm drain case.
The mayor nominated for patrolman
John C. Kinney. Confirmed by unani
The mayor nom'nated feer patrolman
Sidney Pearsem. Confirmee! by unani
The' mayor neiminate el Luke' K. Hem
en way for deputy marshal.
Aid. Kobbins nieived that the- nonrina
lion be- laitl over for out we ek, and
that if the nominee be e'lnployed bedore
e-eiiitiiniation. the city be not respon
sible therefor. Carried.
The mayor nominated for patrolman
Charles E. Sexton. Cemnrmed by una
nimous vote. Sexton neu voting.
The mayor presentee a communica
tion concerning the? appointment eif an
accountant. Ke fe-rre'il to the finance'
ceujiinit tee te repent.
The niayejr presente i a message con
eruiiig the waterwerks department.
Aid. Kobbins moved that the coniniu
nicatiein be refe-rri'd te the conmiitte e
of the- whole. Carried.
Aid. Trenke'iiachuh from the claims
eoiiiinii tt e reported tli" claim eif Mrs.
Kossow for the board eif (icmeinhardl
child back to the council.
Aid. Kobbins eiffe're-il a substitute
that the claim be referre-d to the mayor.
Aid. Tn iikeTiscliuh from the claims
e'einiinit te-e repeated the claim of Mr.
Hoover back to the council.
Aid. Obe'jg meved to place the claim
in file. Carried.
AM. Treukenschuh presented a pe li
lion from property holders for a light
hi Fifteenth street between Sixteenth
mill Eighteenth avenues.
Aid. Keibiiins moved te refpr uetitii)n
' : the fire and light rommit'ei: and c::ty
.! i k. Carried.
Aid. Dauber from the- committee on
lire and light reported concerning the
?harges against Capt. James Mulcah?y.
"o. 3 company and Homer Wirt, driver
af No. 1. that each had been guilty of
violation of the rules and regulations
and recommeneleel that each be sus
pended for 15 days without pay. Kepeirt
Aid. Obt rg of the committee on
health and jiolice offered a resolution
recommending that the overcoats of
the policemen be repaired and that th?
police committee lie authorized to ask
feir bids for new ovtrceiats where ne
cessary. Adeipted. '
Aid. Oberg t-ffered a resolution in
"tructing the city attorney to notify
Morris & I-ewis to remove at once all
the eibst ructions they have placed on
Twenty-third and Twenty fourth streets
between Second and Third avenues and
ein Second avenue between Twenty
third and Twenty-feurth streets. Adopt
ed. Aid. Robbins read a communication
from the Peter Fries estate for per
mission te rebuild a chimney in the
building Second avenue, the chim
ney to extend 4 inches on the sidewalk
Aid. Kobbins moved that the prayer
of the petitioner be granted. Carried.
Aid. Blochlinger offered a resolution
instructing the street commissioner to
lower the stone crossing on the south
east corner of Sixth street and Third
avenue to grade. Adopted.
Aid. Anderson offered a rescilution
providing that the subscription fur
LoEgview park be received and thai
the mayor be instructed to collect the
subscriptions and pay them over to
the city clerk and that none of the
Jl. ti appropriated be used until th?
entire 11,200 is deposited with the city
Aid. Anderson presented the plat of
Island Mew Heights, and; moved that it;
Than ordinary Flours, but there is a difference
in QUALITY that is yours for the asking
Do away with poor bakings, indifferent bakings.
Secure the BEST results.
Has in one year gained a standard that other
mills have been seeking for years. There must
be a reason. A trial sack demonstrates.
Western Flour Mill Co.,
be referreel to the streed and alley
committee and engine er, to report. Car
Aid. O Connor pre sent e-d the reipejrt
ef the elelegates te the convention eif
the I'ppe r Mississippi Kiver Itnprove?
iM nt association at LaCreissi?.
AM. Oberg nieived that the report
!) received and plaeed em liie. Carrie-d.
Aid. And'rsein moved ttiat matter of
-lodes on Forty-second street be re
tiired to the ceinimittee; eif the whole.
Aid. Anderson moved that w-he n the
eouneil adjourns it be lei meet Wednes
day af!.TIie."U at '2 o'e-lock te inspi e-t
tin- Fifteenth street and Twenty-first
street p.iveiuiiit and the I'eirty-second
s reet tidi v.:ilk gr;i ie. Carried.
Adjoin in 'I on inoliou eif Aid. Itob
bins. II. C. SIIAFFEK.
City e'li ik.
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the- fire out eif a burn, heal
a cut without leaving a scar, e-r te
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and
all skin and scalp disease use De
Witt's Wi'eh Hazel Salve. A specific
for blind, bleeding, itching and pre
truding piles. Stops ths pain instant
ly and cures perinanently. (Jet the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH
Just Breathe Hyomei Four Times a
Day and Be Cured.
Hyomei has performe-d altruist mir
aculous cures eif catarrh, and is le
day receignize d by leading members ef
the meelica.l profession as the only ad
vertise-d remedy that can be relied
upon to do just what it claims. The
complete eiutfit eif llyemiei costs $1,
and eons:sls of an inhaler, a medicine
dropper, and a be.ttle ejf Hymned.
Breathe Hyomei through the inhalei
for a few minute's feuir times a day
and it will e-ure the? worst case eif en
tarrh. It soothes and heals the mil
eeius membrane ejf the air passages
prevents iriitattou and effects a e-oni
pii t e and last lug cure?.
In Kock l.-!i'.;id there' are scores o',
we! knov.li pi ople who have be ei
e-ureet of catarrli by Hyeiniei. If it doe:
lie-' cure you. II. O. Kelfs will re turn
the money ye n pay for Hyomei. Tliit
is the strong!.-; evidence' that can be
eiffere'd as to his faith in the remedy.
No mercury, no mine rals, er daugei
in Ilollister's Kocky Moiititain Tea The
greatest family tonic known. Prings
good health to till who use it. ?'t cents
tea or tablets. T. If. Thomas, pharma
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Miles of Wall Paper I California
to go at low prices not because there is anything wrong
with it. The patterns are good, the colors harmonious;
but we must clean our shelves for the new season's stock.
Our prices for hanging are as low as the lowest and good
workmanship will permit.
PARIDON WALL PAPER CO.,
PRACTICAL WALL PAPER HANGERS.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under th. fttat. Law. 4 P.r Cent lntr.t Paid on
Money liuM on Personal Collateral or Real Krta.1. Security.
J. M. Buford. PreI4eot.
H. P. Hull, Vlc PreidDt
V P. Greenawalt, Cashlr.
H Cvan tb .ualoeas July J. 1113,
2 and occupies 8. K- corner of Mitch
C U Lynda's feuildins.
fc iL Cablo,
Wliliam H. r.-t,
H I. Hull,
E. W. Hurst.
J. at Brfsr.
olloltors Jackson . Hetrtt
Insist on your Dealer Supplying
The Old "Reliable.
If not Satisfactory, it is not Cable.
TWO ROUTES TO
Via El I'asei through New Mexico.
Via C'edorado through the it'ie kie-H.
Kock Island through serviere both ways.
Uy way of El I'ase) very epiick time ia made if is the
line eif lowest altitudes and longest level stretches.
Hy way ef Coleiradei time Is not a facter, as the jour
ney over the "backbone of the continent" is superb.
Very leiw rates in September and October feir the trip
Full de tails regarding servie-e; via lioth route, as well
as ra's, promptly upon request.
h II. Plummf,
C. P. A.
ILock IsIeLnd Q
Illlne Is. l
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