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TILE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTORER -20. 1900.
Herman Kasbau Admits He
Changed Sides After Mrs.
Sarah Beam Married.
HAD BEEN HIS FIANCEE
Cross Examination of Witness in Mck
in Will Case Reveals influence
of a Love Affair.
That he was the firsr m advance
money to ccntesr the v.ill of rather
.Mackin. anI that after Mrs. Sarah
Beam, whose hand he hail .o:;ght m
marriage, was married, he informed
the attorneys who were to contest the
will that he would discontinue any
further connection .Mth the affair wa.-
a point earned by ihe contestants at
torneys when Heiman Kashau was
eross examined in th session of the
circuit court this nmrnint:. Mr. Kas
ban was at one time cnpaxr-tl
I cam. nee Anderson. Mr. Kasha u was
on the stand for the iroj!menis. After
the cross examination of Mr. Kasbau
was concluded, the proponents endoav
ortd to nlace Mrs. Ciace .Iacl:in and
Mrs. Sarah lolley on the stand in re
leitta! of the cvidt :ice brouirhr out by
the coiitestatn.5 in the testimony of
Mrs. Marv ("rumn.ii- and Mrs. B. un
with refeience m conversations an
tri'-B suctions alU"td to have taken
place. The co'ntt .-tants o!jec:el on
the grounds thai it was proper to re
btttt the fvid-nee with reference t'
conversations but not i ran -'actions.
Ir. I'v.-iiik Tftltif!.
Yesfrr.lav afternoon Dr. Evans of
Chicago, was on the star. i and test!
lied as to the svii'p.eir.s of iierntcotis
anaeiiiia. is t-:T.ct on the mind and
body, and that it did nor. in his opinion
affect the brain in a manner that
would caiit- insanity. He said it
caused a delirium at times, but it did
not place the pa'.b m in a condition
from which he could not ee recalled o
a normal s:ttr of mind, (in cross ex
p. lir.ruion Ir. Evans admt.ted that h-"
wrote the preaer part of the ;;testinii:
submitted by Attorney Mcnairy on !i
CI TV CHAT.
Watch for it.
Watch for if.
Watch tor if.
Watch fr.r it.
Skidoo! SW !!.!
T r.f y-thrt-e for you.
T( nty-threr- for you.
Tv my-thrce for you.
Twenty-three for you.
Beal & Schmitt,
High class tailors.
Illinois theatre building.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Xf v.- honey at Passim Bros".
Sweet ciiler at Kusehmana's.
Beecher Bros, for real estate.
should take a specr
lal pridi m incrsas
ir.? the demand for
The John f.V.cheJl
tion that Union la
bcrive3 the great
est value to'
Don t take'eur
word for JV.
John Mitchell Shot.
You'll m immediately
agree that it is the
Greatest Shoe Value Ever Offered
1703 Second Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
l-a Salle coal at Mueller s only.
Why not? "It won't hurt a bit."
I Pressed chickens at Sehroeder's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Oysters and celery at Schroeder's.
Fresh bulk shrimps at Passi? Bros".
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'i
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Oysters and celery at H. Tremann's
Novelties in shirts at Lloyd's, the
Have you been roller skating this
"Yoit know us." I am right upstairs.
Fresh, canned and bulk oysters at
Ail kinds of fresh pork cuts at
I'assig Bros, have some nice home
made dill pickles.
Dressed chickens at II. Tremann's
The newest novelties in neckwear at
Lloyd's, the hatter.
The latest novelties in fall shirts at
Lloyd's, the hatter.
Women's $:.) welt shoes. $I.S:. Sai
unlay, at McCain's.
Very fine .sweet cider, pure apple
juice, at Passi.n Bros".
Saturday, men's $1.M union 'suits
.".: cti.'.s at McCal.e's.
Try our sweet cider, just in. It
fine. Kuschmann's grocery.
Hemstitch oataask trav cloths. lu
cents. Sarnnlay :it McCabe's.
Ut iKieus ntiit jellies in cents ikt
pound. Saturday, at McCabe's.
Save money on your winter's coal
bill by buying LaSalle chunks.
Dr. Martin, new system til" dentistry;
all work gnara mc-ed; prices (). K.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. ISl'iMoL'S Fourth avenue.
Lewis' Single Binder cigar richest
most satisfying smoke on the market.
I'liemeyer & Sterling every time for
rorr. ct young men's suits and ovei
era t s.
:Jt!s; received. ." beautiful suits and
coats. Mrs. Amanda llasseit-Pahl. Dav-
Table oil cloiii slightly imptifect
! cen's per yard. Saturday, at .Mc
Choice Uitral New York potatoes, fi vi
or more bushels cents, at Kusch
Women's heavy fast black 1 cm!
s.uiciiinus. lit cents. Saturday, at Mc
Plenty of nicely dressed chit' kens at
L'ilmorc's packing house market tji
v.now. ' .
Coal hoi's ! cents, coal shovels 2
cents, tomorrow a: McCabe's (none a
Passig Bros', display t)f resh fruits
.rml vegetables tomorrow will be com
r.lr te. as usual.
Stop that cough with Charles I'lle
lieyer's White Pine Compound at 5C1
Women's f.fece lined 5u cent vest?
ind pants. 22 cents, while they last
Saturday at McCabe's.
Remnants and sample pieces floor
vkloth. 15 and 1. cents per yard.
Saturday, at McCabe's.
Tne advanced class of St. Joseph's
school is giving a littrarv and mu-
;cal recital this afternoon.
Sincerity stands for all that is per
"ect in clothes making. This line so'd
jnly by I'liemeyer & Sterling.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
horough treatment of the hair and
calp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7CG Sev
ateenth street. Old phone west 59.
The exhibit of the Chicago horse
how millinery at McCabe's is a most
pleasing feature and much appreciate.!
by ladies of cultivated tastes in fash
ionable head goar.
K. O. Breathing shoes for men. If
von haven't seen anything like them,
all at our store. It's a pleasure to
how these shoes. Lage-Waters Shoe
company, l . t Second avenue.
There is that something extra neat
ibout the appearance of the U. & S.
'oung men's suits that you can easily
iiscern from the suits sold by thc-r.
nspeetion invited. I'liemeyer & Ster-
Special for Saturday. Ladies' pat-
nt leather shoes, blucher or plain
ace all sizes, widths from A to I), a
"fry dressy shoe, price for Saturday
'2..V). Iage-Waters Shoe company,
70:; Second avenue.
Look around all you wish and then
xamine ihe U. & S. boys" suits. Here
.'on will step, as you will find suits
hat will suit you and we save you
?ents to $2.(hi cn each suit. Cilemeyer
Wall paper sale at. half price. A
Mean-up cn all wall paper and mould
ngs. A few of our prices: Ingrains,
r'i cents and 10 cents; crepe 12',2
?ents; tile, 10 to 20 cents; three-inch
'ak plate rail, S cents per foot, at
A'einberger & Gardner, 325 Twentieth
street. Place your order at once.
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Guarantee to S
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Looking for the best
Shoes in town? You'll
have to come here for
them. We've a "hum
mer" at $2. Burrojap,
leathers, $4 and $5.
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You may pay higher
prices, but you don't
get any better hats
than our $3 hats!
All the new blocks
and colors to choose
j'.i'.i. -'. ..: H-i.vriftHSU.W :...-..';? . .;. y-.--
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We're, mighty well
pleased with the line of shirts
we're showing. We know
you'll be pleased too.
Choose your own style, we'll
see that you get your mon
ey's worth. f0c to $2.50.
Flannel Shirts are sure to
be more popular this year
than ever. The M & K
line is representative of the
newest colors and styles.
$1.00 to $3.50.
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Keep the bowels open when you
tave a cold ami use a gooil remedy to
tllay the inflammation of the mucous
nembranes. The best is Kennedy's
'.axative Ioney and Tar. It contains
10 opiates, moves the bowels:, t'.rives
ut the cold. Is reliable and tastC3 :
:cx)d. Sold by all drtigcists. I
The M cS: K specializes along the
lines of Young Men's Styles. Here is
satisfaction for the swell dresser the new
form fitting. Hare back, elegantly draped
Suits and Overcoats in all the new fabrics
Suits, $15.00 to $25.00
Overcoats, $15.00 to $32.00
- - v'.
means Vassar Union Suits.
Let them tell their own
story of comfort. You'll
find them only at the M &
K, $3.00 to $4.50.
No matter what other
5.tyle or weave of Underwear
you desire you'll find we can
supply a better grade for
your money than you've
been getting, whether you
yaid 50c or $5. 00.
Every Garment a Masterpiece.
Boys' Snappy Styles
Buster Brown, Peter Pan and Buddy
Tucker, the newest suit stylesshown only
at the M & K. $0 values, $7.75; 7. 50
values, $0.50; $12 values, $10. Qur
4,Wear-resisters" will stand any boy's
roughness. Champion and "Kuff and
TufT," $5 and $5.S5. The best school
suits sold. $2.95, $3, $3.50.
THE BIG WHITE STORE
THE M. K. SELLS IT
PERMANENT SATISFACTION S3LD HERE
Freight Car Derailed.
A Roek Island frcisht e:ir was de
tailed in the yards near Twentieth
street this mornins when a looso beam
eausht in the rail joints, throw ins the
car from the track, brndins the shields
and breakins the beam. The car was
lJj 2'.' AVI
FtCCK Island. lu-
It is really one of the most v.onder-1
"ul tonics for developing the figure and
oothiug the nerves ever offered to the .
tnerican people. Ifollister's Rocky!
Mountain Tea. Tea or tablets, 35 cents.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
A PRETTY ARM
Is at its best when circled by a
tastefully chosen bracelet. We
have all the new designs: the
plain gold, dainlily etched or
hand carven bands, pearl cir
clets, and lavishly bejeweled
specimens of every kind.
You can get a jeweled one for
four figures, or a tascefully sim
ple ornament for one just to
suit your fancy.
New things every day new.
Come in and have a look.
THREE WILL SPEAK
Rock Island Has Good Represeiv
tation on Program of Teach
T FREEPORT NOV. 2 AND 3
Geography in Psychological Ccurse of
Study is General Subject of North
. " ern Illinois Meeting.
Rock Island, lu..
sity. Dr. Paul CJoode of Chicago uni
versity, and Dr. Byron V. Kins. Ph. D.
of Plttsbur.s. 1'a.. are also on the
"Oeosranhy As it Should Fit Into a
Psychological Course of Study." is
the subj.'ct that will he. siven consid
erable ,i.-cussii.ji af the convention of
I the Woitern Division. Northern Illi
nois Teachers" association, which is to
bo held at Freeport next Friday and
Saturday. S. J. Ferguson, county .su
perintendent and president of the as
sociation, leaves next Thursday to at
tend the convention. Mr. Ferguson
wiil give the president's annual ad
dress at the session the following Sat
urday. Principal II. E. Brown of the
high, school, will also give an address
)ii type writing and stenography Sat
urday. Superintendent H. B. Hayden
is to lead a discussion at the session
Friday. It is expected that a large
leltgation will attend the convention
from Rock Island.
Xntert )lru to !pe!k.
The convention opvns Friday morn
ng at ; o'clock at the Embury Metho
dist Episcopal church. H. B. Hayden
and Superinter tfnt M. G. Clark of j
Streator. will JJe part in a discussion j
on a. questie rSr interest to the dele- it
.ates. In t "j evening the session will'
be held avf high school auditorium,
the piincl address being given by
Dr. Geof?6 Vincent of Chicago univer-J
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises, burns and like in
juries before inflammation sets in, they
mny be healed without maturation and
in about one-third the time required
for tho old treatment. This is the
greatest discovery and triumph of
modern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain
Balm acts on this same principle. It
is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes them to heal
very quickly. It also allays the pain
and soreness and prevents any danger
of blood poisoning. Ker;i a bottle of
Pain Balm in your home and it will
save you time and money, not to men
tion the inconvenience and suffering
fitch injuries entail. For sale by all
A cold is much more easily cured
when the bowels are open. Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar opens the
bowels and drives the cold out of the
system in young or old. Sold by all
WATCH FOR IT.
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The aches and pains of Rheumatism are only symptoms" which may
be scattered or relieved with liniments, plasters. Misters, etc., or quieted
with opiates. As soon as the treatment is left off, however, or there is any
exposure to dampness, or an attack of indigestion, the nacinj; pains, sore
muscles and tender places on the flesh return, and the sufferer finds that he
lias merely checked the symptoms, while the real cause remains in the system.
The cause of Rheumatism is a too acid condition of the blood, brought on by
indigestion, chronic constipation, weak Kidneys, and a general sluggish
condition of the system. Waste matter collects in the system each day
which nature intends shall be carried off, but when it is left because of a
sluggish condition of the sj-stem it sours and forms urie and other acids.
These are taken up by the blood and carried to all parts of the body to produce
the pains and aches of Rheumatism. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism by going
down into the blood and driving out the caus-e and making this life stream
rich, pure and healthy. "When the blood has been purified and built up by
S. S. S. the pains and aches pass away, the muscles become soft and elastic,
and Rheumatism driven from the system. Book ou Rheumatism and medi
cal advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, CA.
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II. -E. CASTEEU
L. D. MU DOE.
TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. .
INCORPORATED FN'DER STATE LAW.
Cnidlnl Slink, ?10HHH. four IVr (ml Intrrrnt I'niil on IlriilK.
C. J. Larkin,
J. .1. IaVelle.
, H. E. Casteel,
L. I). Mudge,
II. I). Mack.
M. S. Ilcagy.
II. B. Simmon,
II. II. Cleaveland.
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney.
H. W. Trcniann,
Testates :ind property of a!l kinds are managed by this dr fnrt mont,
wliicii is kept entirely ffparat i'ini the li.i n k iusr husi ni-ss of Hip i-rn-pany.
W'- not jis executor of .nut trustees under Will?'-, Administrator,
Uujirdian and "onservator of K.-tates. . .
Receiyer :uid Afsitfnee of Insolvent K-otates". General .Financial
Apent for Mori-I'Jesiilents. Women. Invalids, and olbers.
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