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THE OTfGUS," FRIDAY, MXTJAltY10,:r90a
NEW COURSE OPE?!
Department of Ceramics at the
State University of
CLAY WORKERS' ASSOCIATION
Has Session at Champaign Rccom
mend Students for Scholarships
tn This Course.
OBB U U U LLa D 0 D
At 207 West Second
We have made a great reduc
tion in all lines of shoes.
This includes our best and
most stylish ladies' shoes and
our great standard line of Edwin
Clapp's men's shoes.
Positively every pair of shoes
in the entire stock of the thous
and pairs has been reduced in
price for this sale.
Every pair of shoes was
marked in plain figures before
We have allowed the origi
nal price marks to remain so
you can see the reduction.
It is impossible to give you
any idea of the reductions in
price, but have-selected a few
lines at random.
The same general reduc
tion is made all through the
j Baltic Ax paste polish, the regular
IK nt kinil. While it lasts.
per box JLC
Small lot children' flue shoes in reds,
and tans, regular $1.2i and Sl.'X
shoes, choice, per pair JC
Assortment hoys' school thoes, satin
calf, tan and chocolate colored, worth
froni $l..V) to 12.00, all QO
placed in one lot at OC
Another better lot, - JQ
all black limJuJ
Lot ladies' $1.00 and $5.00 patent
leather shoes, with heavy soles, in
lar;e tdzes only, 1A
sale price, per pair m3J
a men's assorted patent leathers, '
worth $3.00. per pair. 1
marked down to
Indies regular stock, $2.00 heavy sole
shoes, all sizes, J
sale price J
Lot ladies assorted shoes. 5iQ
worth $3.30 and $4.0, choice 0
It will pay you to call early
Saturday. We can give you
more attention if you come be
fore the rush begins.
A. D. POWERS. Representative it Churg
The Clay Workers' Association of
Illinois has a meeting at Champaign
next week, opening Tuesday. The
meeting is held in proximity to the
university, as the legislature has in
stituted a department of ceramics
there. Provision is made for instruc
tors in the geology of clay-working
materials, their origin and classifica
tion, and for laboratories and appara
tus suitable for such a department.
As a further incentive to Htudy along
this line, the trustees offer in this
course 102 free scholarships, one for
each county, to be assigned to the uni
versity on nomination of the Clay
Workers' association. These scholar
ships will be assigned and may be
held on these terms:
Qua lift ration.
1. A person to be eligible must be
a resident of the county for which he
is nominated, not less than 1G years of
age, and qualified to meet in full with
out condition the requirements for ad
mission to the freshman class of the
university. No student who has at
tended the University of Illinois will
2. The scholarship will be good for
the school year of entrance and for
three years thereafter, provided the
holder continues a resident of the state
and pursues the prescribed course in
ceramics, subject to all examinations,
rules and requirements of the university.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Sherrard, Jan. IS. Godfrey John
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew John
son, died at his home Monday evening,
Jan. 13. He had not been well for
some time, but was able to be around
and out of doors till Sunday, when he
took to his bed. The disease was dia
betes. His age was 13 years and 2
months. He was a favorite with all
who knew him. He leaves his parents
and two sisters. Four- of his school
mates, Ernest Rhode, Ernest Clark,
Robert Frew, Glen Quaintance were
pall bearers, the funeral being held yes
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Congregational church. Rev. Hoover
and Rev. Conrad of Swedona officiated.
There were many floral offerings,
among them was one from the school
children. Interment was made in the
John McNeil was in Rock Island on
Richard Parks shipped his furniture
and restaurant goods to Anawan.
mrart Winter Coats
MOST LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS,
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319-321 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, Illinois
Have You Weak Lungs?
Do You Fear Consumption?
When we take into consideration the
fact that one out of every seven in
this climate die of consumption, is it
any wander that it is feared by the
neoDie of Rock Island who have weak
lungs and chronic colds and coughs?
A famous Indon physician has for
years urged his patients, when the
slightest tendency to consumption ap
peared, to take the best cod liver prep
aration they could find, and phycicians
everywhere have recognized that the
cod's liver contains curative values
for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consump
tion and all wasting diseases unequall
ed in medicine, but, unfortunately, few
could take and derive any benefit from
old-fashioned cod liver oil and emul
sions on account of the indigestible
grease which they contain.
Our local druggist., H. O. Rolfs, says:
We want every person in Rock Island
to know the value of our new cod liver
nrenaration. Vinol. It actually con
tains in a concentrated form all of the
strenKtheninc body-building elements
of cod. liver oil actually taken from
fresh cods' livers, without a drop of
oil or grease to upset the stomach and
retard its work.
"Therefore, where old-fashioned cod
liver oil or. emulsions would do good.
Vinol will do far more good. Veguar-
antee Vinol will improve the appetite.
strengthen- digestion, make rich, reu
blood, create strength, cure chronic
coughs and colds and strengthen weak
lungs. If Vinol falls to give satisfac
tion, we return your money without
question. H. O. Rolf. Harper House
DOCTORS ENDORSE HERPICIDE
Because Its Formula Is Submitted to
Alexander McMillan. M. D., a promi
nent physician of Lansing, Mich.,
writes: "On three cases I have tried
Herpicide for dandruff and the result
has been all that could be desired.
Herpicide ,is made upon an entirely
new principle; that is, that dandruff
and falling hair are caused from a
microbe that infests the hair bulb,
and, by destroying the microbe, one'3
hair is bound to grow luxuriantly. Her
picide Is the only hair remedy that
claims to and really does destroy the
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. H
Thomas, special agent.
where he will start a restaurant Mon
day. - - "
C. A. Samuelson and Charley Clark
shipped cattle to Chicago Wednesday.
Mr. Samuelson accompanied the ship
A number of the Congregational
church members gave a surprise for
Mrs. Orace Clark Monday evening.
They presented her with a purse of
$11.50. They spent the evening with
games and music.
Mrs. David Fitzmaier is visiting in
Rock Island this week.
The Farmers Telephone company
held their annual meeting Tuesday in
the town hall.
Biram Essex and Ed Heck went to
Indianapolis as delegates to the Na
tional convention of the United Mine
Workers Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ixne of Silvis
are visiting Mr. Love's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Frank Love.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhode went to
Erie Thursday to attend the sale by
Mrs. Rhode's father, Mr. Sutton, on
Friday. They returned home Sunday.
Arthur Danielson of Moline visited
with his brother, Ed, for a week.
Hamlet. Jan. 18. The Misses Solars
of Davenport, were guests of Rev. Tld-
bal and family the last of the week.
Miss Barbara Hart man is visiting
her sister Mrs. Henry Haas near Milan.
Miss Ida Kendal left here Thursday
for Coggswell, North Dakota, where
she is visiting her sister Mrs. Robert
Miss Gertrude Steelman of Rock
Island, visited from Friday until Mon
day with Miss Lulu Cooper.
A number from Reynolds attended
the sociable at Rev. Tidbal's Friday
A number of the young people spent
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Ella De Bord.
A neat sum was cleared at the C.
E. sociable at the home of Rev. Tid
lJbll Friday night.
C M. & St P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
One-Way Second Class Colonist Rates
- to the West and Southwest.
Via the C, M. & St. P. railway.
Dates of sale, Jan. 2 and 16 and Feb. 6
and 20, 1906.
Special Homeseekers' Excursions to
the West and Southwest.
. Via the C, M. & St. P. railway.
Dates of sale, Jan. 2 and 16 and Feb. 6
and 20, 1906.
The C, M. &. St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the trinities, bleeping car
reservations marie to any point desir
ed. For further information 'phone any
of their offices.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E
E. Parmenter presiding.
Probate. Estate of Martin Reidy.
Claim of .1. P. Comegys allowed in
class 7 at 114.00; claim of C. R. Whee
lan allowed in class 1 at $148.75.
Estate of George Schneider. Bond of
said Barbara Scherer filed and approv
ed, and letters of administration issued
to her. Inventory filed and approved.
Estate of Charles Wright. Final re
port and settlement of administrator
filed. Hearing thereon set for Feb. 14,
1906, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Estate James Shirkey. Petition for
probate filed herein, Nov. 21, 19o5, dis
missed. Petition for probate of will
filed. Hearing on petition for probate
set for Feb. 14. 1906, at 9 o'clock a. m.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Claus D. Einfeldt. Guardian's report
as to ward Henry C. Einfeldt filed and
approved. Receipt and release of ward
now of age, filed and approved, and
guardian discharged as to him.
Estate of Henry Nichols. Proof of
posting and publishing notice to cred
itors filed and approved.
In re conservatorship of Frances W.
Ficken. Conservator's inventory filed
Estate of Louisa Thorsander. Final
report of executor filed and approved.
It appears no further notice is neces
sary that said estate has been fully
administered. Said estate closed.
Estate of Philip Fuhr. Report of
sale of personal property at private
sale filed and approved.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Richard Battersby. Report of sale of
ward's real estate filed and approved
and order for collection of purchase
money and execution of deed.
Real Estate Transfers. E. H. Staf
ford to Catherine M. LambertBon, lot
18. block 9, Silvis, 1225.
J. B. Coykendall to Moline Coal com
pany, lots 6, 7, 8, block 154, East Mo
Moline Coal company by trustee, to
William Sackville, lot 6. 7, 8, block 154,
East Moline, $1.
John A. Liphardt to trustee schools.
Canoe Creek, lots 7. 8, 9 and 10. block
1, Liphardt's add., Hillsdale. $400.
Lorenzo D. Hoover to Harriet E.
Hoover, lot 3, block 4, Briggs' Tlace
add., Rock Island, $1.
- Lucinda N. Warner to Louise N. Mll-
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ROLL TOP DESKS, FLAT TOP DESKS, TYPEWRITER
DESKS, STANDING DESKS, OFFICE CHAIRS, OFFICE
STOOLS, FILING CABINETS, AND BOOK CASES.
Everything for the office. Everything the best. Every,
thing the best values for the money. See us about your
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third Street.
Opposite Masonic Temple,
ler, lot 13, block 1. sub-div. Out lot
1 and 2, Warren's First add. East Mo
U. S. A. to Benjamin Barrett, w's ne
Curtis B. Ellis to W. J. McMeekin,
lot 2. Rock River Place, South Moline,
Curtis B. Ellis to Maria C. McMeek
In. lot 7. block 3, Acme add.. South Mo
Ansgarius Anderson to Mary C. Jo
hanson, undivided iot 11, block 6,
B. Davenport's Fourth add.. Rock Is
Curtis B. Elli to Maria C. McM k
In, lot 1C. block 3. Acme add.. South
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