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Gets Off Ticket Harry W. Phillip3
is no longer, a candidate Jor state rep
resentative on the republican ticket.
He was nominated at the primaries
against his wishes and several days
ago sent an affidavit to the. secretary
of state announcing his wltnarawai
Now County Auditor Ed. Collins nas
from Secretary of State Hajr
an acknowledgement or mi
Merchants Agree. Te
association held a net-
and as a" rt-svt of
with the merc,ants
a harmonic-18 ar-
bt. Paul Pru-
rudot were ar-
' their home on
Suty Sheriff Jack
of contempt of
secured the man
liie island, and, to-
,Tiiit; vun tneir live cnuaren, rowea
hem to the Iowa shore in a skiff and
f brought them to-; the court ' house.
Some time ago on information filed by
Probation Officer; Henry Ditzen, Mr.
and Mrs. Frudot were ordered to ap
pear in court with their children.
They refused to heed the order of the
court and for -this reason were j ester-
for the 'Catholic, ministry, anuf housekeeping for the present and had r
rsupporiing. The additions be-1 part of her household goods stored at
de - include a gymnasium, audi-
t infirmary, private rooms for;
students, and considerably ex-'(
the college dormitories. More
than'one-third of the priests, of the dio
ces states Bishop Davis, have been
edf ated within its walls. In his epis.
copl letter, the bishop also urges the
crjtlon of. an endowment for the col
leg, : " : . - ' "
,H utt Fall Froim En g i ne. Em il
Jpze,' Vu engine cleaaier employed by
tie CC. X. & St. P. at Nahant. is at St.
juke's hspital, in a semi-consciouj
state. !sulVring from some concussion
of the brali. and from a badly bruised
arm. As l was about to get off an
engine"; he Uppcd and fell into the
ashpit strikW his head. . Dr. Ben
dixen, sursaJu for.5the company, ex
aniined him at the hospital, after he
had been brought to town on a switch
engine, and : found his injuries as
stated. - . ,vr-'- V
Obituary Record. Adoluh Kahles
Sr., an .old-tin?'-resident. of .thla city,
lied at St.". Litre's hospital yesterday.
Mr. Kahles was' born in leaden-Baden,
Germany, July 8, 1850. " K? came to"
Davenport in 18C9, and her? married
Miss Louise Racquet in 1874. "After
her death he married Miss Lydia Ran
in 1S86 and she diCd" in 1S9. ' The
children are Adolph Kahles, Jr., for
mer city: plumbing inspector,' and
Phillip, Pauline, Arthur, - Walter and
Meta. 1 . : : ' .
t Enjoins Cigarmaker. On the. appll
cation of the Harkert Cigar company.
Judge Bollinger has issued a writ of
.injunction restraining Adolph Herman
from manufacturing a brand of cigars
known as "Davenport." The Harkert
v company claimed this was an original
brand with them and that tue deren
tiant, ,Mr. Herman, had infringed upon
thelr rights by manufacturing ami
sellinc an inferior cigar under the
same name. - -
Asks Help for Improvements.
Bishop ; James , Davis of .the Catholic
diocese of Davenport has issued an
ipeal to the Catholics of the diocese
to assume three-fourths of the expense
the extensive additions, costing
.- - about $60,000,, being made'to' St. Am
". brose" college. 'The college is educat-
- ins a laree number . of young men
her son Fred's and the remainder
brought to the farm. . ,
Two new iron bridges are being put I
In, one near the fair ground and -tbo nieetiii
otner between Koua hiteside s and
Joslin. Mr. Kilgore is superintending
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dally are the
parents of a baby boy.,.
Klebe and Shafe finished sawing the
lumber for Searl's and Mumina Mon
day and will now go to Alvin Frel's at
Albert Michaels of-Ottumwa. Iowa
is visiting relatives and friends. He
expects to spend most of the summer
Terms on Houseboat. At1 a
S VI LUC .1U1U1C DUUL L1UU . Ill
the Moline club rooms Colonel D. W.
Wim-an, who Is commodore of the club,
' Informed those at the meeting that
I he had purchased the large cornbina
jtion barge used for some time by the
Muscatine Boat club for a club house
for $495. He offered the boat to the
local organization for that price, the
I club to pay for it according to any
terms which it may see fit. He has
J given the club 3Q days to act on the
I matter. It is probable that the propo-
Taco 7 o 1 l.r f motl sorrier mi Uil'C. t
, , , ' , , . . ' f 'ccpted and the barge moored at the
dale Route 1. is away, his assistant, A. "r . ..... .
. t.. -1 iooi or rmeeuiu sireui- u: wm ue
A Fourth of July celebration will be flt ed, wUu electrlc lights anU
held, at the Joslin fair grounds Satur
day. L. M. Magill of Moline and V.
B. Whiteside will be the orators of the
day. U- .
Temperance Sunday was observed
at Zuma and Rose Hill by the minis
ters changing pulpits and preaching on
Quarterly meeting will be held at
Zuma Sunday morning, July 5. Rtv.
V. R.. Wiley will be present ! and
James Searl was in Rapids Ci
Mrs. James Wainright and Mr
Mary Filbert were In Moline shoppin
last Friday. - f
loosf a fine young horse Saturday
night, valued at $200. The horse seem
ed all right Saturday out in the pas
ture and Sunday morning he found it
D. W. Mumma and Fred Heron
were repairing telephone lines. Mr.
Jensen on the Crompton farm had a
Miss Rosa Swagler has been engag
ed to teach the Zuma school the com
ing year.- . ; ' . ,
- Mrs." John O'Harra has broke up
Miss Xannie Miller was a Rock Is
land caller Wednesday.
'R. E. Little of Milan called in Tay
lor Ridge, while on his way to his
farm, east of the Ridge.
Mr. Sparks will spend a few weeks'
vacation with his wife's folks, James
Bowes, as Mrs. Sparks also intends
to spend the summer at home with
brothers and sisters.
Miss Ruth Buffuni will snend nart : Pounds.
of her school vacation with her sister,
Mrs. Lo Chambers, and father, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Imley of Wash
ington were here on a visit with Mrs.
Imley's father. W. Crawford. They
Miss Addie Bowes was a Rock Is
land caller Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson of Smith
Heights were visitors with Mrs.
Adolph Dunlap Wednesday and Thurs-
Bout" Arranged by Eagles. Kid
Fisher, a Muscatine boy who has ap
peared in Davenport in preliminary
bouts in the days before the "lid was
clamped down" by Governor Cummins
is billed to battle for points with Pete
Guise in this city July 1,. the bout
being a friendly sparring match for
the enjoyment of the Eagle's. Fisher
is developing into "some" pug, and is
to meet -Kid Ammerman at Charlotte
in a 10-rouud battle July 5 for the
championship of Iowa. He will enter
the ring , against Ammerman at 122
pounds, allowing the Davenporter 13o
Dissolved Partnership. Charles
Gardella and Louis Corsiglia. who
have been conducting the fruit stand
business at 411 Fifteenth street, have
dissolved partnership. Mr. Corsiglia
will continue the fruit stand in the
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Fox and baby
the week at his father's, Sam
Pkweek. but he is some better.
EilSia Ball was a Rock Island
will conduct but the one store in the
city hereafter, which is located on
Third avenue, across the street from
3ust Exactly Right.
'I hie used Dr. King's Xew Life
Pills for .several years, and find them
just exaony right." says Mr. A. A. Fel
ton, of Prrisville, N. Y. ' New Life
Pills reUe without the least iiscom
fort. Best remedy -for, consopation.
Diinousness-'and malaria, 25c at all
, : if
WHEN old Mother Eth grows
better malting barley than
northern soil produces
WHEN the fertile, valleys arj verr
dant mountain slopV& f
Old Bohemia grow better
hops - V .
nature produces better ad
WHEN brew-science has been de-V
veloped to a higher art
T was in the Hallof Oratory, WiUiam- TH FN. and not till then, will it 1
be possible to produce a
better beer than '
:- SamtB Siattxot
tWlt tntAtct of tt United Bteta.
and Mary College, 1776. Patrick
Henry stood on the platform; elo
quently, passionately, convincingly
he spoke of human rights, constitutional
guarantees, Personal Liberty. . ,
- A young student, tall and blonde; with
eyes of blue and heart of fire, listened in
tently. Tossing aside cap and gown, he 1
buckled on his sword, saying, Words are
good; deeds are better."
At Harlem, White Plains and Brandy
wine, he fought bravely ; and on a bitter
cold Christmas morning his blood splashed
vthe frozen . paving stones of oVd Trenton
Step by step he rose to' power; and
"today his name is inseparably associated
y with the - most significant
. Doctrine of modern times.
THE KING OF ALL
BotUed Only at the
At three score and fourteen he died a "
true Virginia gentleman-the d:r-aidant ; ANIIEUSER-DUSCH DHEWERY
"of an old family or Scottish Cc ::rczd 7 : St Louis, Rio.
at his hospitable home t Cri V :. c:l--'";-:wii-c
ale was brewed and ever on LIl : L, ' " ' ? : " '
:. j DIstrltr:;r
ROCK ISU1T3, CL.
Refreocs: Biorapby bv DuA't r.. ciilmiW -w - ,
Harper's Enc. - W r
long to him. Immediately a warrant
was sworn out and Mr. Bennett
brought into court. The. case was
continued until yesterday afternoon
from last Saturday, and Mr. Bennett
retained Attorney John Hauberg to
defend . him. The trial was to have
come up at 2 o'clock and it was to
have been a jury trial. Witnesses j
and jurymen had assembled when At
torney Hauberg appeared and said
that Mr. Bennett would appear in
court and plead guilty to the charge.
It seems that heJearned that anyone
who harbored a dog had to pay taxes
upon it, whether he owned the animal
or not, so decided not to fight the
Deere Picnic Held. Threatening
weather served to keep a great many
people away from the John Deere pic
nic at Campbell's island yesterday, but
in spite of it at least 4,000 people en
joyed the outing. Of the sport pro
gram perhaps the greatest interest
was shown In the tug of war, in which
eight men from the office force pulled
against eight shopmen. It was a bat
tle royal and resulted in the office
force winning the contest. They will
each be given a box of Robert Burns
cigars. The other events resulted as
follows Boys' foot race, won by B.
Lambert, prize, Spalding catcher's mit;
running broad jump, won by Willis
Marley, distance, 15 feet M inch, flfize,
watcli fob;, girls' foot race, won by
Jennie Lyons, prize, a book; three
egged race, Reuben and Harold Eng-
trom "won, prize, pair of gold cuff
lttons to each winner fat men's
e, won . by, C. 'Hv' Redfern, prize.
re.vinsr set: shot nut. Oscar Melih.
tnnce,'". 36 feet inches, prize,
chain ; ladles' potato race for
ids, Blanch Boylan, prize, gold
beadl too yasd dash, won by Carl
Lind.Yrize. smokin'c set. .
' . r Z z-z:
;n;isSLion wtiich he undertook las' I, "' i i
disappointnieiii I ' I I :
tjr SSadie are visiting friends in Med-ai-olih,
Owing to the increase in the mini
jber oi parishioners in Si. Joseiih's
paiihii. Rock Island.- Dean J. J. Quinii
store room which is being vacated by has been obliged to give up the Silvif
saiu Arnai, ine cigai iiieicuaiii, iiu
ing. It is a great
to ihe Silvis people.
- J'r. and .Mrs. Edmund A. ValsIi and
chiidren Josephine and Ed. Jr.. will
arrive Wednesday for a week's visi'
Refused to pay Tax; Arrested. wiih Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walsh.
Refusal upon the part of William Ben- Miss Jessica Don Carlos spent Tues
Inett, a resident of White's addition, to dy in Davenport visiting at the hom'
pay tax upon a dog led to his arrest. of Miss Alice Mueller, her room matt-
Mr. Bennett owns eight canines, three a. Iowa City, Iowa.
grown dogs and . five pups. He also
had another dog at his place and
DRUNKENNESS, A CURABLE
when Officer Fromme called to collect!
dog tax he refused to pay on the ex
tra dog. claiming that it did not be-1 Eminent Physicians and Scientific Men
e and more be-
' the disease ad-
ir own homes is
ientific cure for
given such uni-
it it is sold under
Agree That It Should be Treated
5 as SucTi. .
Drunkenness is a progressive dis
ease; the moderate llrinker is not sat-j
isfied with twrrbf tiltrce drinks a day:.
me craving lor mo
comes irresistible a
vances; the result
The treatment usi
thousands right in tl
Orrine. It is a
drunkenness and ha
versa! satisfaciion th
your money wUI be rellmded. This guar-
a positive guarantee lo effect a cure or
antee is given in gpod faith and is
carried out to the letter. Orrine is
not a new remedy; it has been sold
by the leading druggists in every city
for years. It has lifted tens of thous
ands from the depths to worthy man
hood aud has the hearty endorsement
of grateful men: and women in every
state in the Union. -
Orrine No. 1 is the secret remedy;
Orrine No. 2 is for those willing to
take the treaimont. Either
costs $1.00. The guarantee is the
same in either case. Write to the
Orrine company. Washington, D.
for free treatise on drunkenness, mail
ed in plain sealed envelope. Orrine
will , be mailed sealed on receipt of
price.- Sold by leading druggists and
in; this city by the -Harper House
ie comes but on
you have planned
and find you are shq
pney, come to u
aKe you a quio
lohn on your furnitu
hlrses, wagons, or 4
sdnal property. You
us SYwaU vreaij
L l . i . IE
Room 411. O
Indians of northern Wisconsin tl
nave $l,00i',i'ti() o:i deposit in the ba
of Ashland. Hudson. Duluth, and 1
Fielu. : In IWo the Bad River lndi
had 32S,0itf. the Courte Orrielle S
"00, the Rd Cliff Indians $96,000.
La Flambeiu $75,t'tiO. a total of f
000. Inhd lition, , the Indians h
ilnst- tiie government
ivpreeutiiig the difference
value be! ween ! he sums paid then!
greenbacks for thp-ir treaty claim
civil war ti nes and the geld valu
form 1 s:;oo.fMio
WiSCONSIN INDIANS ARE RICH
Chippewss Have $J.0OC.OOO on Deposit
' s and Claims on fee Government. "
Ashland,' Wis., Juy 1 For the first
time in the histoid of the Chlnnewa
HIS OPTIMISM NOT OF
THE POLITICAL BR
Crop Correspondent Campbell Sat
. In Crop Correspond put Camp
report to the department of. ag'
uirt for July l he ettimhtes n1
f; -:r "Jill
ftick Bill entertained at a!
hhicheon in honor of M'iosj
or m of Streator. III. whnsp
tor. Harvey Hill of Rock
Islaiid.lU.I'ias ' just been announced.
Covers wer laki fcwKeight. The table
was artiytkVly oncoiated in yellow
and whit,' tr weeding colors. In the
cent restood'a'iargi basket of daisies
and southern BnilaiL above this eub-
pended from tht ceiling was the letterf
"II" in a floral eign.- : The color
scheme was clevirly carried through
out the luncheon.Vjiiss Helen looked
iress : of daisy
lawn. The favors Vhlfth wre pulled
from th hasket lwi-- imall nnri-raitc
of the engaged coub. 'at. each'nlao.?1!
stood a doll bride aft th plactfTards
weredecorated witk jgoldXcupids,; Af
ter ah elaborate hit heon the guests
were given old , stdngs to : darn.
Miss Jessica Don CaPs wlnnlnij the
prize. ; "Miss, Edith Crave on Streator,
111.' was the visiting guOt A ;- , - :
Richard. Walsh retyped Sunday
torn a few days businesjVrip to Oma
I - If-
ha and Nebraska City,' .NTV anM . Kan
Mr- and Mrs. zettermaa ind 4auirh