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THE AimUS, FIHDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1000:
IN FOREIGN WORK
Rev. W. S. Marquis Represents.
Board of Foreign Missions
!rual conTcntlou of the Illinois State
Electric association was brought to a
close yesterday afternoon: President,
J. N. C. Shumway, Taylorville; secrj
tary, II. E. Chubbuck, La Salle; treas
urer, J. J. Frey, Hillsboro.
OF CUMBERLAND CHURCH
To Address Last Indiana and Illinois
Synod to Meet.
At the session of the Indiana synod
-f the Cumberland Presbyterian church
:icxt wfk at Washington. Ind., lie v.
MEMBERS SURPRISE PASTOR
Express Gratification on Return of Rev.
W. C. Schultze by Conference.
The members of the German Metho
dist church very pleasantly surprised
the pastor. Rev. W. C. Schultze last
evening at the parsonage, the occasion
beins an informal reception to express
their appreciation of his serrices dur
ing the conference year just closed.
Mr. Schnltze was returned by the
conference to the local charge. Tha
members took pofscsion of the par
sonage lar evening during his ab-
nce and prepared a feast. On the n
Hrn:.,ltr9v Trhrtorinil church Of t MR "" ,Jl laniujr.
W. S. Marquis. D. U., pastor of
city and moderator of the Illinois syn
od of th Pres!yterian church, will de
liver two addnsses. He represents
;a tais occasion the national board of
foreign missions or the Presbyterian
church, and his addresses will be along
.nlssiouary lines. Dr. Marquis is chair
man of the foreign missionary commit
ter of the Illinois synod of the Presby
terian hurch, and on this account was
selected to reprtiit the board. He
:pvak Wednesday evening before the
women- meeting, and addresses the
synod Thursday morning.
Estrada Synod' (irrrthis.
Ir. Marqis, as moderator of the syn
od of the Presbyterian church, will ex
tend the greetings of that body at the
inciting of the Illinois synod of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church at
Danville. Oct. 3. This is the last meer
ing of the synod of the Cumberland
church, the assemblies having voted to
merge with the Presbyterian church.
Dr. Marquis will appear on the program
at Danville Wednesday afternoon. Oct.
::, twice, extending the greetings of
i he synod of the Presbyterian church,
and speaking later nu foreign mission?,
again representing the board of foreign
missions. Rev. R P. Fullerton. D. D..
field secretary of the board of home
mission, will also deliver an address
at that time.
ytref mt Knt t. I.oni.
Thw meeting of the Illinois synod of
the Presbyterian church, of which Dr.
Marquis is moderator, will be held at
East St. Louis Oct. IG. Dr. Marquis
will deliver the opening address r.s
moderator, and preside over the elec
tion. The program for the session has
ot been completed.
the company surprised and greeted
them with singing and addresses were
made by the members. He responded
in a few well chosen remarks after
which lunch was served. The remain
der of the evening was sp?n liv sociability.
G. & H.
G. & H,
THAT HAVE QUALITY, CHARACTER AND STYLE
Electric Association Elects.
Springfield. III.. Sept. 21. With the
iectiou uf the following officers the an-
AN ADDITION TO
LONG VIEW ZOO
Purchase of Collection at Weed Park
Zoo, Muscatine, is Negotiated by
A big addition to the Ixng View
park zoo was made today through the
arrival of the animals that have been
kept at th Weed park zoo at Musca
tine, which have been purchased for
the local park and which arrived by
boat today. The collection includes
three foxes, two owls, five wolves, four
ground heigs and two racaoong. They
have lost their home at Muscatine as a.
result of a change in the management
of the park, which will in future be in
the hands of the chautauqua associa
tion of that city. The purchase of the
collection was negotiated by Mayor
McCaskrin. As the park commission
ers knew nothing of the intention to
secure the animals for Long View, it
was necessary to hastily prepare tem
porary quarters, the larger animals be
ing housed at the police btation unil
the quarters are ready.
G. & H. Special Clothing.
Will appeal to the fastidious man, he who is accus
tomed to high class custom tailors' BEST. Can
choose any style of cut, some come with side or
center vents, some without vents, with plain bot
tom flaring slightly over the hips, made up in all the J
new iaoncs ior iaii. iou are coruiuuy mvucu ij t
see not only the styles but how accurately we can
fit you in our tailored to fit suits. Prices in the
G. & rf. Specials range from
320 to $50
B. KUPPENHEIrVlER & CO
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Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing
In this well known make we are also showing. a
magnificent assortment in all the new fall Models
and the fabrics are all the latest patterns in dark gray
worsted, basket, herrirlg bone, and diagonal weaves
with four silk mixtures. These suits are made up
Specially for us, WITH an air of distinction that
you will find in no other line of ready-to-wear
Clothing. Prices in Hart, Schaffner & Marx make
5 to $22.5
Ton are wasting time if you are j
waiting for nature to do all the work.
Everybody needs a little help, so does,
nature; assist her. by taking a courw .
of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tea or tablets, 35 centa. T. II. Thoni-j
THIRD AVTNUCTHROUCKTO SECOND
Specials for Saturday
JgROKEN lines of 25c and 50c tinted Pillow Tops and
36-inch square Denim Table Covers, about 4 dozen
In all, Saturday while they last, 10c.
No. 40 all silk Taffeta Ribbons, all colors and black,
all day. yard, 1 Oc.
500 yards Lace Stripe Scrim, 36 inches wid3, all
day till sold, yard 5c.
1,000 yards new fancy Flannelette, all beautiful
color combinations, yard 9c.
Men's Madras Negligee Shirts, collar attache!,
while seven dozen last, 15c.
Mei's 25c Suspenders, mohair ends, 7:30 p. rn.,
just half price, pair 12c.
Fancy Boxes Papertrie, 24 sheets, paper, 24 enve
lopes for 5c.
$1.50 Black Sateen Petticoats with deep Hare
Pretty Cambric 35c Corset Covers, lace trimmed,
Nail Brushes aad Hand Scrubs, 5 row bristle, 18c to
25c ones, 10c.
3 pretty Sheil Hair Pins on card, half price. 5c.
Rich, handsowe Satin Belts, all the wetty shades,
worth up to 33, Saturday while they last. 19c.
6-piKt Bkie Granite Preserving Kettles and pail with
lip, one to a enstomer, 8c each, 8c.
Linen Finish Suitings, all day Saturday, yard. 12c
Witergreen and Peppermint Cream Candy, per
Fresh roasted Salted Peanuts, pound. 10.
AH day, 5c hand back on every pair of boys' and
girls' Rawhide Stockings.
Men's and Women's Rubber Heels, 5c. Per pair
Mill lengths 8c and 9c bleached Muslins, yard. 6C.
Mill lengths 9c Shaker Flannels, yard. 6C.
Sxtra wide black and white 7c Mourning Prints,
Saturday Evening, Sept23, 1906.
1. Mareh-"AMERICAN JOCKEY" ..Hoist
2. Slecoa-"DOLL.Y VARDEN". . .' Edwards
3. Charateri3ti3-THa HURRICANE-' Alpert
4. ticvn Song frein "THE GINGERBREAD MAN" .. Sloane
5. Slecnon-'fHE UMPIRE" Howard
6. Wal te ' 'SYLVAN DREAM" Hildreth
7. March THE I3RAVO" Losey
8. Novelette" 'TR1N ITY BULLS' McPherran
9. Med!oy-"MY LU LU SAN" ...Rcker
1'. Selection-"THE OFFICE BOY" Roberts
11. M axCrka ' 'SPAR KLI N G WATER" Nelson
1Z March "FLORA" Mehdon
Cravenettes are also shown in
All the New Models.
JNO. B. STETSON
Makes of Hats Fall Styles
Are also shown in MEN'S SUITS at $10, $12
arid $13.50. No such values anywhere for less than
from $3 to $4 more a suit. Store open Wednesday and Saturday night.
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Assessed Valuation of Personal
Property in County is
REPORT OF THE BOARD
Gig Increase in Rock Island Lois Out
to Improvement in Year The
The figures of the county board of
rciev, which lias completed, its work
ciutl compiled its report for the state
board of renew, show an assessment
on S8,C9S,120 in the county on laml..
lots, and real estate, the valuation of
lnnrls belns $2,54S,0(G. or lots $-l.2S,-'.''',
and of personal property $2,l0t.
I''i. The total shows an increase of
$ll'5,10i over last year, this being al
most entirely in the items of lots and
personal property. The figure for
Hock Island dhow the valuation to be
$:r,.fl!)5 for lands; $2,240,323 for lots;
and 8771,8(11 on personal prop
erty, as compared with tht?
liSiirtB of Inst year STtO.lSO for lands;
S2. 183,753 for lots; and $750,509 on
personal property. In Moline this
year's figures are: Lands, $154,705;
lots, $1,5:57,529; personal property,
$47,700, as compared with the follow
ing for last year: Lands, $151,630;
lots $1,490,S49; personal property
$''.1,985. The increase in the assess
ed valuation of lots is accounted for
by the improvements made in the year.
.Aaarasment of Tvrl.
The assessed valuation is one-fifth
of the real valuation. Following are
the figures as shown on the report of
the board by townships:
CordoTa Lands. $S7.3C2; lots, $21,
740; personal. $37,748.
Co Lands. $19G,474; lots, $390;
Canoe Creek Lands, $57,154; lots.
$4,573; personal, $23,017.
Zuma Lands. $104.G2; lots
Port Byron Lands. $32,083;
$22,889; personal. $43.2CO.
Hampton Lands, $188,913;
$73,383; personal, $11,093.
South Moline Land. $231,100; lots,
$249,939; personal, $71,870.
Moline Landa," $154,705; lots, $1,
537.529; personal, $017,700.
Rock Island Lands. $95,95; lots, $2,
210,225; personal. $771,301.
South Rock Island Iands. $127,227;
Iofs. $43,056; personal, $30,193.
Black Hawk Lands, $142,121; lots,
$23,058; personal, $33,6S8.
Coal Valley Lends, $02,650;.. lets,
SS.119; personal. $14,011.
Rural Lands. $237,710: lots, none;
Uowiins--Lands. $19.I.(;3; lot, $1.-
r:o : personal. $IG.90t.
lMginston Inids. $357,312;
$30,413; personal, $91,711.
Andalusia Lands. $49,4G; bts, $7,
0G1; personal. $15.0::s.
BufTalo Prairie Lands. $173.23;
lots. $1.39; personal, $U.21G.
Drury Lands. $114,lo;i; lots, $1,159;
Total Lands. $2.51S.ooc,; lots, $1.
2G8.995; personal. $2,106,025.
1305 totals Lands, $2,527,723; lots,
$1,109,172; personal, $2,001,223.
WILL STUDY ASTRONOMY
Class at Y. M. C. A. to Bo Under Di
rection of H. A. Weld.
The Y. M. C A. will organize a class
in astronomy tinder the direction of
H. A. Weld, who will give those who
take up the work the privilege of the
use of his large telescope. One evening
each week will be devoted to clas
work. The class will hw enrolled about
Oct. 1. A number have signified their
intention of taking up this study.
Bad breath, coated tongue, a languid
feeling, ia entirely unnatural. Your
lazy liver and boweJs need a tonic.
The best soothing tonic to every organ
is Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tea or tablets, 25 cents. T. II. Thom
ap awaythw life cf child. Mr. r.otfrpl ll
M fHihii(trai11y,Uie ano lilns 7x.,uv
?:'ki ro2-'" ., A"-' takii.it l.nt lif K
tabl. tof Klckaiioo Worm K illemhepnMorl
aix worn.. She now .u iTri
poaitlvety rrnnoTPs all worm, lwirine no
ill--.He-t. Core foul bn-atb, .tiurrUaa,
lMnl-wpUiriK, onsUpation, peevialiixwa.
Kpanma, etc., or moi).-y lrk. I rninsts or
by nuul, 3Sc Sample and adrlce frea.
Kfckapoo Medicln Co. Cllntenvitla.Conn.
"They don'! crack SO quick.
Made with !'LINOCOD"
buttonholes that hold.
hi sizes if you want them.
2 for 23 cents.
GEO. P. IDE & CO., Makers
T D "IV XT V
sions to the
South and Southeast
In connection witk
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
Tickets on sale the first and
third Tuesdays In each month
to all points in Tennessee, Ala
bama, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, and to points
in Ron t hem VirHnis ex-cent to
certain commercial centers In lj
RATE One first clas fare
plus $2 for the round trip.
LIMIT Thirty days from date
STOP-OVERS both going and
returning. Excellent train aer
vice. For particulars and literature
C. B. ALL33N,
A. O. P. A.. St. Lou!, JIo.
. S. H. IIARDWICK,
Faisenger Traffic Manager,
Washington, D. C.
J. S. M'CULLOUGH,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
W. R. TAYLOR.
General Passenjjer Agent,
Washington, D. C.
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i I t A S ' J -
M. V MONEY
NEVER RUNS OUT
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING, OR EXCHANGING
SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD. FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND
FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL
THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT
HATE ME. WHY DO THEY TRACE WITH SUCH A MAN? PURE
AND" SIMPLE. THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR
RIES $10,000 WORTH OT SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY O
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT.
I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN, AND YOU CAN'T
STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS, AND
MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSEHOLD
eOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION.
SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME FOR
A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS
ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS.
J. W. JONES, 1623 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
TRI-CITY TRANSFER AND
Hauling and moTlng of all
kinds, large or small, at rea
Bonable rates. Daily wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We al
so handle the best grades of
hard and soft coal. A portioa
of your patronage is respectful
ly solicited. Satisfaction guar
anteed. New phone 5464; old
OFFICE, 215 TWENTIETH 8T. S
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Preiident. Vice President CashJer. j
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAJ1NGS RANK. ?
ROCK ISLAND, ILI T
INCOMPORATHD UNDER STATS IJLW.
Capital Stasia, ltM,MH. Foar rr Ceat later cat I'al4 on I)ta.
C. J. Lr.rlcin.
J. J. La Veil,
fl. E. CaateeL
L. D. Mudge.
U. 11. Cleaveland.
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. 8weeney,
II. W. Tremann,
H. D. Mack,
M. S. Hefljry,
IL B. Slmmeo.
Estates and property of all klnda are manaad by this rtaparttnert. J"
which if kept entirely separate from the banking ainlna of ti com-
lai-.T. We at an eiwutor of and trmteea unUfr Wlila
Guardian atil t;onaTatnr of Eitatf.
lteriTT anl AFinee of Insolvent Etata. Oeneral
Agent for Non-Kealdenta, Women, Invnlida, and otbora.
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