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THE AHGUS, THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 28, 1907.
NEED THE MONEY
State Senator Berry Defends
Practice of Taking Insur
TO RUN POLITICAL PARTIES
Declares Such Funds Well Spent
Defeating BryanVictory for
Springfield, 111., Feb. 2S. A frank
dotonse of political cont ribuiions from
life Insurance companies was made b''-Iuii-
lli senate insurance committee
yi'sn rday by Senator Perry.
"Itoth jiait'i'ri will be on their up
pers." be saiil. "if they eannoi get
n in y fiom insurance companies."
lie !-ail tliat If insurance money had
silvi r campaigns
money hail lie: '1
th'ie might a;i-i
which weld, I u
I'iiies. He adii"l
been nsc-ii ill I he l i t e
l defeat Bryan the
well spent, and that
another emei geticy
inainl similar exin ml
that if i l:e committee repoited our the
bill which prohibits such con' rihiit ioi:s
he would oiYer an aim mlmem on
l;il leading In ) 1 1 ' 1 1' ! t colli i ih:tt:o..s
lioiu any ui jm, i a; inn.
Irlurv I'nr l.s;nr l.tiliTy.
'I'iie labor l-riy won a surjt: i inr-il ."
n-y (:nht in tin1 house 1 1 1 1 1 r i i : i . ; I colli-.:
a 1 ions commiitie jesteruay a!i ;
iiijom. u I :- :!i i i f I -1 1 no' owiy in g ;
ling out a "fellow sorvaii'" b!i! but in
Having H strong m ue l bv aim
One el' the - t t : : : ! : 1 I -t 1 1 1
tesls is that the enactment of
w h.ch will make ; n employ r v.
i.le iio; only for iujiiiy I e.- ii!t i ir.
l.l lie; llgoKi e lint ttotil tile II
ol any employe.
In i:. ;i U i it -c 'he ci'i'oit ihis t.ir
labor nn ii had (Miupr.iin Vd wi!!i tin
i-pponcni-: am. iia.'. Ms:nctei such
yesterday passed a senate bill raising
Lieutenant .Ia:r.es Carroll to the rank
of maior. Lieutenant. Carroll is the
officer who submit ted himself to the
sting of mosquitoes inoculated with
the germs of yellow fever while sta
tioned in Cuba, and as a result has
been on invalid ever sinj-e.
A JURIST DIES SUDDENLY
Judge Branson of Petersburg Victen
of Heart Failure at Ottawa.
Oitawa. 111.. Feb. 2K Judge V. M.
Branson of Petersburg. 111., died sud
denly' here of neuralgia of the heart,
lie was secretary of .the commission
which concluded the examination of
77 law .-indents. He ate hi:? supper
and lot ui tied to his rooms in the ap
pellate court house, when he fell into
the arms of Appellate Clerk C. C. Huf
fy, and expired in a few niinuies.
KNEE PANTS BARGAINS.
M. & K. Showing a Fine Line of Knee
Pants at Reduced Frices.
Never saw a boy who did not need a
pair of pants. Hire is a chance to
piovMe for hi.i: and save from one
fouitli to one half. There are still
cir.iiigh of those we offer to clothe a
s-wt.im et out-ai-the-kllee boys. These
; unusual opportunities have attracted
i :n v
an .v el'i u
l .".u c: Ms nolle
j coats, many a
I i he: e are oulv
-.iH-i: lI :: rac
to I lol he.
iing $l.."'i and ? Kiiieker
1. For 7", cents we off1;
lim ol kn-e pants. At
e are worth less tlian 7"i
are worth $1. Uemcniht r
e ( o
Neighbors Got Fooled.
ally coughing myself to
id become ton weak to
bed: and neighbor? predicted
dd in ver l.'.ne it aiive; bur
blliiy lo ease.-; lc.-'iiiling Ii
mein ill hazardous occu;:n!h
re: en, at i e ( ti: i an int n.d m
wii!i this (oieptomise in it. but wii :i
it was taken up by the committee t'i
hibor lobby disco1, ei -d that the enm
mii letiiien w re favorable ami th'
o l ploinise feature wa - taken our.
In l.iilmr Wunl II.
Tlie bill as it now stands and as it
is reported out of the committee f a . -oiably
makes an employer liable for
i death, and
( ! a e my
jlhat I w.
I hey vol fool",;, f,,r thanks be to Ibid. I
; was induced to try Hr. Kind's New Itis
j co very. It took just four one dollar
I bottles lo completely cine the eotih
jam! res'ore me to ;vod sound health,"
iwriti-s Mrs Ki:i I'liivmlier of Crmor.
''"'p'Ti ,"wn- S::"'k f'H'i'.v, Iml. Tliis kin?,' of
' " "icoliiih and colil funis ntol hn-ili-r nf
a b'!l throat and Iimss. is truaianteed bv W.
T. liar!;:, druggist, :M1 Twentieth
street, r.tic and $1. Trial bottle free.
Iiiil ii or Miion uml colilfr tnlti with
(lie lowrnt (ciiiM"Paure about IS or -II
ilrcrffM above zero; Friday huow tlur
ri' n nil i-older.
J. M. SliKHItlKlt. Local Forecasitfr.
Teniiioraliire at 7 n. m. Xit 'at 3:UO i.
in. ".. Muxlmuiii triiioerature In Isml
J I liourM. 41; mini in ii in, 3-1. Yt-loctty of
wlad at 7 a. in. S iiiIIcm i-r hour. SlaKr
of water .".1 let. a rle of .1 fool.
injuries received in any occupation il
tiny be canst d by his iieiiliirence .'i
by the n"Kiiiencp of any fellow m
jiloye of the injured man.
Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds.
I.a:.a'iv;' liiomo (juiuine. tile woild
wide cold and ?rip remedy removes
cacse. Call for full name. Look for
signature K. W. Grove.
Science Martyr is Rewarded.
Washington, Feb. LS The hous-
;e a little Kodol after your meals
it will be found to afford a prompt:
efficient relief. Kodol nearlv an-
proxia:ares the digestive juices. It di
gests what you eat. It is sold on a
guaranteed relief plan. Sold here by
1801-1803- 2nd. Ave. HOCK ISLAND
Hand You a
LaSa-lle coal at Mueller's.
Fish and oysters? at Aten's.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Tri City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Kobh's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Tier-..
Chase & Sanborn's coffee at Stile
Fresh eggs 1'.) cents at V. .1. Muel
ler's. Fresh eggs 1J cents at V. .1. Muel
ler's. Chase ii Sanborn's coffee at V. J.
For muses, Uiil Cross shoes. Til '
For ladies, lied Cross shoes. The
Fish dinners during Lent at the
flock Island house, cafe.
Ited Cross shoes in button, lace and
blitcher effects. The Mill Store.
II. T. Siemon wairs your tin and fur
nace work. 1 r,i;t;-1 ri:s Fourth avenue.
Dunn,1; Lent the ltoel; island houe
cafe will make a specialty of lish din
ners. Cc: your share of the good things ai
the 11. Ji 11. marktl. Lange 1 It-it -n.
Out they go. Fverylhing must be
told at the II. & II. grocery. Lauge &
77 cents saved on shed protected
coal on account of the weight of wil
ier. Try Mueller's.
Yuan..! Ar. McCombs announce the ar
rival of advance shipment; of the ne.v
wash and spring dress, goods.
Andrew 1'aiilsen, coll. ctor for Sou'h
Hock I.-dand, at Lage-Waters' from II
a. in., to '. p. m., Saturdays.
The authoritative styles in spiing
jackets are now shown for the lirsi
lin e at Young Ai McCombs'.
Still they come. Have you had your
sh.are of the bargains at the II. Ai II.
grocery? Lange & Hoitmann.
The new spring millinery is fast be
ing; unpacked at McCabe's. Restrained
curiosity is not longer necessary.
The sale of the H. & II. stock will
not continue long if goods move the
way they have the paM two days.
Don't miss it. Lange Ai Hoitmann.
Expert manicuring. shainiHioing and
thorough treatment of the hair ami
scalp given bv Mrs. Sol Levi. Tilt! Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west f!.
The Second Cunstian church will
give a ln-cein coffee at the home i I
.Mis. lu'orge linn, mil Iduilli avenue.
Friday afternoon, March I, from 2 lo
Supply your linen wants for a year
to come, this wetk at the linen saie
at McCabe's. 1(1 and 25 per cent off
fiom the old prices will not be had
again for many years.
Attend the masquerade ball givn
by Mayflower camp, H. N. of A..-sit. Ar
mory hail Frida evening. March 1
i asn prizes tor tno best ami most com
ic costumes. Tickets 25 cents.
If you get one of our New
Spring Overcoats or Crav
enettes that just came in. But
will give you the greatest
coat you have ever seen in
in your life for the money.
Prices ranging from
A Habit to Be Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired the
habit cf keeping on hand a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy, saves
herself a great amount of uneasiness
and anxiety. Coughs, colds, and croup.
lo which children are susceptible are
quickly cured by its use. It counter
acts any tendency of a cold to result
in pneumonia, and if given as soon as
the first symptoms of croup appear, it
will prevent, the attack. This remedy
contains nothing Injurious and mothers
give it to little ones with a feeling of
perfect security. Sold by all leading
Complete Showing of New Suit Styles for Spring
Our enlarged Suit Department on. the first floor is now complete and we
have never made preparations on a larger scale. We are determined to
maintain our position of leaders and right from the start are showing
such a collection of stylish stunning tailored suits as has never been
shown before this early in the season. It is, without any question, the most
elaborate showing in the city, and we are justly proud of it, and we ex-'
tend to you an invitation to "take-a-look," which involves no obligation
to buy; for what we want is a chance to show you, and we promise you
intelligent, painstaking and well posted salesladies to wait upon you.
Pronounced smartness of cut and hang is the distinguishing feature
of our i-pring Milt iiKxIels. The Hemes are thoM' in highest favor
and rich -olor HTTts are much in evidence. The style are mainly
eton, IkiIito, littil effects, ponycttes and cutaways, and we have
marked them at figures Mhioh will stand throughout the season as
the lowest in all competition.
Xew Millinery, crisp, fresh styles, corrctrt ' color and workman
ship. A showing that will appeal to every woman who loves beau
THE BEE HIVE
114-116 West Secnd Street, : : Davenport, Itwa
Hunting for Trouble.
'I've lived in California 20 years, and
am still hiinliti:; for trouble in the way
of burns, sort's, wounds, boils, cuts.
-plains, or a case of piles that Iiuck
en's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure,"
writes Charles Walters, of Alleghany,
Sierra county. No use hunting, Mr.
Walters; it cures every case. Guaran
teed at W. T. Hartz' drug store, "Jul
Twentieth street. 23c.
A Valuable Lesson.
"S:x years afro I learned a valuable
lesson," writes John 1'Ieasant. of Mag
nolia, lnd. "I then bet;an taking Dr.
Kinu's New Life l'ills, and the lomrer
take them the better 1 find them."
IllinoisPLeads All States of Union
in the Production of Horses
at W. T.
The department of agriculture which
iceeiitly annoiinceil j lironui- the buret ii
of statistics t!ie number, average i ivi -"
and total value of farm animaN in the
I'nite,! Statis. on the first day of this
year, has just issued another bulletin
giving this same infoimation by state-;.
Illinois furnishes, according to lliee
reports, more horses than, any other
single state. The number is given as
l.r.73.iiini ; average value. $1u!i; am!
she total value is $l71.!l!lil.l!inl. Iowa
ranked second, with 1.::.Iii,'.i3ii horse" ;
average value $10u. The total numb !
of horses in the country was l!'.74ii.
5S3, and the average value set on the.p
Missouri had to yield the palm for
gi oxite-t number of mules to Texa -.
Tiie i.one Star state had ;::i,n3n l
these animals, valued at $: '. on nn
average. Missouri was the second
date, with Sl.V2"if tuules; average
value $ 1 OS. Tile leporis tor Illinois
were Hl.lui'.i. worth $117 each
New York had more milch cows
than any other state, reporting l.sii.
211: average value $";. Illinois had
1 .1 ill .300 cows, worth on an average
In counting the other cattle. Texas
again ranked first, eclipsing by many
millions its neatest competitor. The
figures showed that state had N.2:l';.
34! cattle, but they were worth on an
;-vcrago only $12 iter head. The re
port showed that Illinois had 2.2:!l.ii"'.
worth $22 each.
Montana ranked first as the sheep
state, leporting 3.;:1;.711 head; worth
$ !.7' each. Illinois had only 777.0 .'2
sheep, bur they wire worth $3.20 each
In the count of the swine of the
country. Iowa showed up the mist
with a total of S.3M.3uO head, and tit"
average value was $!i.3n. The report
for Illinois showed !.!!'.', 7n3, average
That's all. 'Nuf said, when you sny
that Ilollister's Kocky Mountain Tea
is the greatest family remedy on earth.
It does you good going and coming.
:!3 cents, tea or tablets. T. H. Tho
They Are Found In Every Part of
Many citizens of Kock Island have
good reason to be thankful for burdens
lifted from aching backs, which they
bore patie-ntly for years. Scores tell
about their experience publicly. Here's
a case of it:
Albert I.ittig of 1028 Seventh avenue,
bricklayer and stonemason, says: "I
was taken with a soreness across my
back, and it was further aggravated
by the nature of my work, as I have
to be so much in a stooping position.
I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised,
and they were also recommended to
me by a neighbor, so I sent for a box
and began taking them. 1 was really
surprised to see how quickly they cur
l or sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company. Buf
falo, N. Y sole agents for the United
Kemember the name Doan's and
.rauic- i: -
. r i n
EVERYc TJnion man
should take a spec
ial pride in increas
ing the demand, for
The John Mitchell
tion that Union la
est value to,'
Chicago, Feb". 2S. Following are th"
narket quotations today:
May, 77''s. 77i,l4, i?s, ""v-s.
July. 7s'i. "
May. -MU, lr:k. i'W. iVi-
.inly, it;-;i,, Ai. 4r.yj, 4-'-;.
September, 40"8. 47. 40, 4(;"k
Oats. May. 42';, 42V,. 41 Ti, 42.
July. :'.7, H7Ts.
July, lfi.f.0, 10.S3. ICS,:,, lf,.C3.
May, 1C32. K',.77, 1'..52. 1C.32.
!t.73. H.S2. 0.7.'
9.S2. !..S2, !).73,
9.20, 9.00, 9.20.
9.13, 9.20. 9.07,
Don t takVour
John Mitchell Shoe.
You'll V immediately
agree.' that it is. the.
Greatest Shoe Value Ever Offered
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Young chickens. 10c
per pound;; hens, per peund, 8c;
ducks, per pound. 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound. 11c to 13c; geese, per pound
9 to 10c.
Hut ter Dairy. 2(lc to 27c.
Eggs 1- re:di. 19c to 2ec.
Vegetables Potatoes, 43c.
Sheep Yearlings or overt $4 to $6
Iambs, $4.00 to $C.50.
Cattle Steers. $1.00 to $0.00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $5.00; calves $4.00
Hogs Mixed. $(1.30 to $i'..73.
Feed and Fuel.
drain Coin. 3Sc to 4uc; oats. :'.Sc.
Another Great Line of
Shoes for Men we carry
Waters Shoe Co.,
1703 Second Avenue,
Chicago receipts Wheat lfi, corn
23S. ots 95.
Northwestern receipts Wheat, today
::S4, last week :ii7, last year 222.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
lower, corn unchanged.
1:"0 p. m. Wheat Vs to lower,
Wheat closed 5i lower, corn un
Estimated receipts tomorrow Wheat
21. corn ;73, oats 122.
Hogs, 20.00(1; open strong.
Cattle, S.500; open steady. .
Sheep, 15.000: open steady.
Top price for hogs on opening, 7.07.
Mixed. fi.KOffi7.07; heav'y. fi.95ffr7.or:
rough, fi.sofj i;.9u; light. C.SOff 7.02;
bulk, fi.90fft7.02; pigs. ClOffiCSO.
Estimated hogs tomorrow, 30,000.
Prices of cattle and sheep missing.
Hogs closed slow. Top price for
Cattle and sheep closed steady to
New York Stocks.
New York. Feb. 2S.-C.aa 9:1',;. V. P.
171', U. S. Steel preferred 104. V. S.
Steel common 414, Reading 11CH.
Itock Island preferred 56&, Rock Is
laml common 24. Southern Pacifip
91, N. Y. Central 12fi. Missouri Pa
cific S0, L. & X. 12S, Smelters
140'.. C. F. I. 44. Canadian Pacific
1S7, Penna 129. Erie 34V4, T. C. I. 148
C. & O. 51 'V B. R. T. 70fc, B. & O
109. Atchison 102, Locomotive
72. Sugar 1P.:I, St. Paul 145. Copper
110, Republic Stel preferred 97, Re
public Steel common So'i, Southern
2 3 a;
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provision. Live
Stock, Feed, and Fuel.
, ... Kt
Free Sample. Address Dept. S.
That Shines Brightest
Tales of Sam Good
Ten years ago wise Sammy had a
molar tooth extracted.
He kicked and yelled and otherwise
quite violently acted.
Ano'ber tonth went wrong last week,
Sam called on Dr. Martin.
Said he: "I've seen you advertise
no pain; now are you sartin?"
He sat down in the chair and clench
ed his hands to show his grit.
The tooth was pulled, and Sammy
said: "It didn't hurt a bit."
1715 Second Ave.
Cver the London, Rock Island.
Forage Timothy hay, $15; prairie,
$12 to $11; clover, mixed, $11 to $12;
straw, $7.50 to $S.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack
per bushel, 7 to 8c
A Little Investigation
Into our methods of loaning money on furniture, pianos, horses, wag
ons, fixtures, salaries, etc., will convince you that our rates are the
lowest, our treatment unsurpassed and our confidential 6ystem con
ducted with such privacy that no one will know.
We make it a point never to misrepresent. Misrepresentation is
never fair dealing, and we never indulge in it. We come right out
from the shoulder and tell you in dollars and cents what the loan will
Our low rates, easy terms, honest treatment keep us busy.
Why? Because it pays to give fair treatment and a square deal.
Because we are honest and believe most people are. Because our ex
perience teaches us that fair treatment is the best advertisement we
It's the volume of business on a fair basis of interest and not high
rates on small business that we want.
If you have had a loan before, or if this is your first experience,
we want you to compare us with others. You'll come back.
MUTUAL LOAN CO
Peoples National Bank Bldg. Telephone, Old West 122.
Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
take no other.
I Rock Island.
l Rock Island, Feb. 2S. Following are