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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. AFIUE 8, 1913.
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BUSY TIME AHEAD
AT H18H SCHOOL
Second Semester Crowded Full
of Student Activities In
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;i ar hf high ."'iiool ' tuU-::ts w;;i bo
busy with rnaiiy .liapos of school ii.c
i:i h'i'iition l s'i:(li Work lor the
track .T.d fifld ; am has lioi-n po.rip o:i
for pas' w-i ks and the Hirti
are fa t round :.c into si.ap'. Thf lil' "
'luii and f.r!i's;ra hr practiciui; in
prt j.arat ..on for .ln (unoprm v. hi'h
Uipy art- to give next nioiith. Th"
gir'.s' .1"' latnaun-y contt'S' is to !i'
pivfn at. Mo i. trio ti'ti on May 2. mid- r
' the a'lypics of the IiiR Eicht n-ciat-iou.
and it in exportfd tlia;. n
lart;p niimljpr of the lo'.al girls w ill en
ter the preliminaries for tl.e icntest
at tie local school. Friday of th'.i
I week the intorr!asp itidopr Iraik int- '
v. : ; I ttf 1j-'1. Iv is doubtful whi'h ci.i.-s
j wi'.l win tiie iiiC't. ai ' ai h soonis to
to he run off
Iio'h boys and girls will have te.iti.p
put-red in the no e! f-r the b;;. .
there will i,p a l.Vynnl ilach. tl-.o n n
I'.ins h i t jump, the standing brnKn
Jiinip. the slio' p ;t. and the 1' 1 -; ;i id
potato race Th' ir.ris will cen'eiid i:i
the li-yard dash, the runninn hich
jump, and the potato race. Besidop
this. o!i April IT, ti:P iT.:i::;r Itrerelass
cros? oi;'i:ry tir-et v ii! Iw hold. a:id
on A i ' r i 1 lf the intei ( U.-s truik and
New Way Corn Cure,
GETS-IT, Quick. Sure! ;
fj.-id meet 'c'l' 'e held. A t-w meet
i:a l(e..r. ir.auurate.t for this season
a iiaod'cap trar-k n:et and a great
teal of in'ere-st is entering on this;
nc w feature. The program for the re- j
mainder of the year is as follows: j
April 4 Indoor track meet. !
April IT. Cress rouatry.
April If Trst'k m?et i iutrrclass:. j
April 21 Ar.i a orrhestra.
April ZK lian-iiiap trat k meet.
April C!' C'.ee clnh concert.
May 2 Kir Eight eirls' dec! a ma f cry
corf' st ar M on re on' h.
May r, P. g Eight trark tn-t at
Calesb ''! e
.inv " Bic Eight typewriting &?.A
hhor iuii'd io:i.' st at Galebura.
May !' 'r. i'.cstra roncrt.
M-j. iii,-,a rity invitation raet
Con. oil college irvitatinn meet u:i-iie-idtrd
Vay Baeca !a ti reg : e se.-mor..
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May 2H C'r.s day.
Muy C'oinni' ncenn ut
of hool y art.
TELLS OF SHAME;
FAINTS IN COURT
Daily United States Weather Map
St. Paul, M;nn.. April S As the "
last words corroborating Professor Os
lar Olson's testimony relative to h"s
wite's relations with Clyde N. Darling
fell from Mrs. Olson's lips last even
ing she r-eled and fell unconscious on
the floor cf the court room. She soon
recovered and was taken home.
Mrs. Dariing. widow of the man
whom OiFon killed, then took the stand
and gave testimony contradictory to
thai of Mrs. O'scn.
Mrs. Olson's collapse came at the
end cf four hours of severe question
ing by the prosecut'ng attorney. She
had fought hraveiv throughout the or-
Irvior rrrept'rin to ser.icrs deal to re'.ain. her self composure. T'n-
dr cross f xamication she repeated
throats Darling is said to have made
against Olson if the latter attempt!
to keep Mrs. Olson from him.
"Whrn I told Darling he would have
to discontinue com ins to my home in
the daytime h" replied he would 'fix'
my husband and would tell a'l the
neighbors what I was,"' Mrs. O'.son
"Darling m?de his next visit to my
home a few days later," continued the
witness. "I afdjed him how he knew
I was alone and he replied: 'I called
the collf ge.' "
Mrs. Olson testified she warned Dar-
U. S. Department ot Agricuituiw.
HOTEL FOR GIRLS
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Chicago, April . Three important
ih v iopments were recorded a the re
si it of the private conference bptwf eu
the state senatorial welfare commis
sion and the State street merchants ,ling as he was leaving the house that '
a: the Hotel Ia Salie yesterday morn- she would tell her husband all if he,
inc. Continued making the visits. She said 1
First That the ni"ri l.ants still felt Darling's answer was: "You're 'n the
as they had previously f.-tified. that i game now ant' you are in to stay, ol
there should be a nntior.al rather than son always has stood in our way. I'll j
a state minimum a-e law. i put him out of the way if you tell I
Second That the commissioners ; him." !
f - el :hat the result of the conference f "After each visit I firmly resolved
I'lswnes tnem in nn ronucing a mm;--mat it woni ! oe ine last. time, nut i;
.mm wage law for women at this ses- ! was not strong enough and 1 submitted PurP js this morning
sion of tne legislature, proba cy tixmg to nis pleas or love and ins threats, i
'he f.gure a; $S. and recommending ' the witness testified.
the appointment of a wage cctiiinission ! Mrs Oison was followed on
to determine living waces in different ! witness stand hv Mrs. Darling.
sections pi cording to poptila'ion. j two women gazed steadily at each oth-; 60Url' Mississippi and lower Ohio val
Third That the piea of Senator Ed-' er for a moment when Mrs. Darl'ng ; 1o.vS- Light rain has also occurred
mend Keall that the wealthy mer- testified her husband as at home the ! dtiring the last 24 hours on the Pacific
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Obwrntlons uken at 2 a. m.. entv fifth me
ridian tlipe. Air pressure reduced to sei level.
IsoBi.it 'continuous lnesi pass tnroura ponta
c' Qual mt' pressure. lsoTBitRif? (dotted lines'
pass throuch pointaof eonal temperature; drawn
only for lero. Ireeilae, Xr. and la3.
O clmr, Q partly cloudy; Q cloudy;
rain: snow: (g) report mlssine.
Arrows fly wltn the wind. Flrt flrures. lowest
temperarure past 12 hours: second, precipitation
of .01 inch or more for past 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind" Telocity.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. OAPENPORT. MOLtNE. AND VICINITY.
Rain tonight and Wednesday. There will be little change in temperature.
The southwestern area of low pres-
northern Texas and Oklahoma and is
the taui:in6 precipitation on the eastern
The ; Rocky mountain s!ope and in the Mis-
land. On account of the decidedly
low pressures to the southwest ward,
and the presence of the northern high,
rain, wuhout much change in temper
ature, is indicated for "his vicinity to
night and Wednesday.
II. Wrl.t, i'oiii.i.tiidlil s sollrl-
of I'ulilli IHlou.
,o. Kj- k 1 l.u.'i L'uull-
ithants r.i'se a fund to construct a
$1,rioo.noo. he'el to furnish beard r.nd
room to working girls at cost was
enthusias: iealiy received find lik'-ly
will he anopte.l at a meetir.g of the
Sta'.e Streot Retail association to be
,hc.d n a tew we' ks.
' The welfare commission will meet
; agr.in Friday at th I. a Salie to in
: vesMcate th-nce hall conditions in Chi-
cas.o. A visit to another Illinois ciiy
iwi'l be made one week from Friday.
; n'.ghrs he is said to have spent with
Mrs. Olscn. She remained on the
stand only a few minutes.
The case is expected to go to the
; jury today.
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desires building of ten to fifteen thous-
AMERICAN PLAMTER'S SON
SLAIN IN DUEL IN CUBA
Havana, April 8. Rudolph Warren.
sn of Jf re Warren, a prominent Amer
ican sugar planter, died from a pistol
j wound in the abdomen, which he re-
'FORMER SENATOR BOURNE ce.iv,1" a dul erday with Han-
... nuial M.esa, a memuer of a wealtny
NAMED IN DIVORCE SUIT Cuban family.
I'oitiand. Ore., April S. Mrs. Kil- ( The two young men were reputed
I an Eli.abe'h l?uurne filed suit for : to be rivals for a woman's affections,
divorce in this county yesterday Mesa challeneed Warren, which con
against fi rmer I'nrad States Senator ferred the choice of weapons on War
Jonathan Co .rno, Jr.. alleging cruel ren. Tile duel ws at 33 paces. War-
coast. The northeastern high again
overlies southern Canada, the upper
Mississippi valley and the lake region,
with its crest over upper Michigan,
pnd extends to the middle and south
Atlantic coast. Freezing temperatures
i are general in most of the Rocky
mountain region and from the upper
Missouri valley eastward to New Eng-
Atlantic City o 48
Rock Island .
Kansas City . .
New York . .
Phoenix 74 44 .00
St. bonis 50 40 .70
St. Paul 42 34 ."0
San Diego 60 50 .00
San Francisco 56 50 .02
Seattle 52 42 .00
Washington. D. C. . 48 32 .00
Winnipeg 42 32 .0
Yel'.owstone Park . 2'J .oo
,0j RIVER FORECAST.
.00 I The Mississippi v ill continue to rise
.34 ; below Dubuque and rising stages will
.46 : be general as far soutn us Musc.il iuo
.00 by Thursday night. The crest of the
.56 approaching riso will reach Davenport
.00 and Muscaiine about Thursday, the
.00 J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
LOOSE FROM CORN
Today's Market Quotations
and inhuman treatment.
Specifically. Mrs. Burns describes the
.inhuman maiinent as tonsistmg ol
applying ephheis to her. declining; to
jo.n her in entertaining gutsts. and
refusing to talk to her. Although
thev occ.ipied the same apartments
first fire. Mesa was
ran fell at the
Warren was taker, to a hospital,
where he mad'' s statement to the
poMce that he had accidentally shot day afternoon hiie dictating letters,
hi'.nseslf. Immediately after the duel presumably to some of the 2o3. to a
Mesa sailed for New York. The Cuban public stenographer in the Stock Ex-
Chicaeo. April S. - There are 203
farmers resiidng in McHenry county.
Hi., to whom this article will be equiv- j ers and feeders 6.1 r,i ,.i n : Cob and
a'.ent to a reprieve from sudden death, i heifers 3.7o(fi S.:i5 ; cahes i.0'fi s.75.
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. . . .n'-ii. ai.'i ii.'- iiiiiw.oa ii i.r.i s anu j.nj square feet of floor space on or
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in VYjii-t'iiigtoii. she says her husband government is taking measures to pro- chance building. The charge against
has to all intents and purposes lived cure the arrest and ex' radit'on of M sa htm is swindling.
apart from her. She alleges al-o that ou his arrival in New York.
t ne lived in "fear and terror" of her:
husband, and that during August, 191 1. DOUGH ERTY LOSES CASE
he ordered her from their apartments,
land so frghtened ii r that she tele
phoned to the pjiiice.
The records do net show whether i
Mr. BourtK. who is in Washing
ton, will contest the case. The couple
(By Associated Tress.)
Chicago, 111., April S. Cattle 4.500; 'St. Pul
slow, weak. Beeves 7.2"ft 9.2; stock- ! Illinois Central
New York Central
The art'ele rela'es to Dr. E. C. Mil- Hogs 13,000; opened strong, 5c high
ler. whose oflii es are at 7 West Madi-jcr; later lost advance anu became
son streei. He was arresud yester- weak. Bu'k .0ua !.20 ; light ti.nOft
!'.M5; mixed 8.S0'g9.23; heavy N Ci'li
The hog market showed strength at Ctiion Pacific
the opening today but lost soon after- C. S. Sieel common
ward, a falling off of the demand cans- 1'
ing prices to recede, about all tue
Nor: hw est em
i Northern Pacific
Pi o pie's Gas
'Heck Island common .
Rock Island prefern d
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Address "R. 1." care ere married in Chicago Feb. 2, 1833.
SENATOR INQUIRY DENIED
,i,'i im es o. I'avio li. M-at". iiect-ahea. int
unkluoAli l.eiln aid il'ViKo-B i'f leu.ah
.-.rats, u.'ci-ai-eu. im- i.iiki'wn tiL.iia ana
i". inft's ir jL.i.untiiHiii tiurrum. iieLen
eu. ajid tnif uuki.u'Aii lit-us ana dctvi
ii'iu ol Mai all UufTaiii. il"i i-Mil, ami tlic
.jiiKlionn lieu s ana Uivie.a of Julian
it ease. iii. i-iiM'.l. aiut ttte ut.aiiottii
:i''U ami iii,ui'i'3 or Julia t at-, o,' -i'eaai.'il.
ami ll.' iiiklli'f u l.eir. and il'-v -in.
.-a of f p'-iii ' I 11 V li If. iiM-f.iMd,
lint Hie ulianown heirs ml dcvlitre ol
WlilU. li-i' l1. Wl.c OL fcpeu-
.- r H. W lute, and ta unKt.uw n ue.r
Mini devise' n of Jonn U spencrr, d -ee.ieil.
and ii.a inikn"Wii heir.-, and dv
:k. o( Kit..i i''.i-T. lei eaai U. l.'.e
unknown neiis and rte isiea ol Calvin
SiliMV'irl!:, ilotllM-il. Itie unknown l.t' l.s
Hli.i il"'s. e of l.ai.la All.ewoi Ih. de-.-..i.-.-d.
tne uuK.i.on lieirti anu devi.s''b
o! te Hi'ni"ii I'l.'a. deceased, the un
ki.,.M n heirs and devisees of 1'avid B
ruts. i.i-e'd. and tne unknown h'-irs
and tl'- l."' "f H.rain 1 Bi 1 1 s. d'. easd.
mil tne unknown ne ts and deiia.es ui
l, ul. on J'nif. d'-i ai'J .ind u. unanowii
l.'l-.. and l1i- iNi-es of Jane r'ltts. de
, ' ,i.-d und t'i." iiiikiion l.eirs uinl il . -,io
.- of Cjrus I'Ht". do-i-aMil C un-
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H I'ltts. dm ae-i. the unknown n. 'rs
ind d'". !.- "f ii''or-e N . l- i.de. de
r.n. ii t!i" tit.k'.ow Ii neira ami Ofvui'i ,1
ot Imrace K -White. deceaed. the un
ki.'.vn li'lia and d.-vi-e o; M.iii"!l S.
Wn-... rt-'. eased, t unknow n i.a.r.- and
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ii i-d li - unknown ne.rs ard dr :s.-.-s
ot M.iix t. Aiiisw ortn. dt'c"d. th-utia.e.w'i-.
noi's and deviMi-es of Aifred
W-l-.'.t. il'ieatod III" unkl.OAll he. is
ai d d i-i-e- of c : us '. Oilt'"rt. il-'-,
,.,im',i im- unknown heirs an. I d.-vis.'f
o: hit . is: is l a r' rtdne. iln'ra s.'.i. uu-J'..-..iid
wl'.'. tl'C all'-.".' defend. in:s. M"-
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ii'i. i,.'-.'.') i . .-ii ! the sa:d non-i.-id
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li di. "f Mar.'ii. l.'l.". and tlat th.re
l.l' n .i t r.ltnc.o if isn.ed oi.; "f su.d
, ..it: m ..k. i i ..;! s.rt : now p.-u.i-II1K.
i-eti.ruul.'e "li th- rlrst M"l..U in
th.- monta vl .U) int. as Is n law n-
. : f.-'l
.Now. i..i:--s ..ii. the Said nor. resi
dent d,-f rt:-.lali' s aloxe It , -i rt!'i! t:.
iinsl' "ll h-ir . ! d d' .is-.'s ot said !'
fe:..tnnt. S'i.i.. 1 '.'. I : and appear
h.-ii'tf sjul .i-.in' .lent, i'.l 'n.' nrst
!a t i- :.e' term t . .. t : he
We Buy and Sell
Deere and Company
Moline Plow Co.
Root & Van Dervoort Btocks
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Bank Building
Rock Island, 111.
iVice President Marshall Decides to lg
' nore Charges of Woman.
i Washington, D. C. April S. Vice
: President Marshall, after taking the
advice of mar.; senators, decided yes-
Circuit Court of St. Louis Finds for
Peoria Board of Education.
St. Ixiuis. Mo., April Judie Hi'ch-
cock in the circuit court decided in
favor of the Peoria, 111., board of edu
cation in a suit drought against the
board by Newton C. Dougherty, former
superintendent of the Penria s hoois.
Dougherty sought to recover real es
tate at 1017 Iucas avenue. St. louis.
The land was conveyed to the Peoria
board of education by William T. Ir
win, who had power of attorney for
Dougherty, in part set;iement of the
The arrest was broight snout by
Otis RichiiO'id, who was o:i? of Dr.
Miller's .Mc Henry county patients. The early advance of 5 cents falling away,
fcrmal taking ;nto custody of the phy- ' Packers were fair buyers at the start,
sieian was accomplished by headiiiar- et per-ially for lights, but after the first
tors detectives after they had pushed i hour iheir whiUs K.-emed to be pretty
Ridimond into a corner to prevent j satisfied. It was a waiting mar
him from "pushing in" Dr. M ilier's 1 in cattle though there was a fair
face. Tnev took their captive to t.h" Quality of offerings. Buyers seemed
the sheriff of McHenry county and lat- average being about ihe same as ye-
er started for Woodstock, 111., to be
I he story of Dr. Miller's operations.
as related bv Richmond, contains tne
S. Steel prt ferred
. . lift
. . 1 1 1
. . "f
. . i :r. 1 a
bureau, where he was turned over to "' u waning lor easier prices.
terday s close. A good demand for
live muttons imparted strength to the
entire sheep market.
May wheat opened U2S4 fj '" ; closed
germ of a suggestion for a new v. ide i ''' ' r
ai eruiion ma ne was not w,ir- tia)m 0f tne ,ar(i against Uoughertv
ratted in laying before the senate the The l'oruier superintendent's ground
affidavit reciting charges of immoral- for suiI was thal ,ne a,.fl.-,lfv was no,
;ity against a senator, which have been authorized to transfer the" nrouertv
the subject of gossip in Wash ngion t0 the board. Do: ehertv has a suit
, for a week or more following an al- pending to recover another piece of
,leg.d occurrence in a local hotel. st. Louis land. The two tracts are
I Just what the next move will be is valued at $0,ooo.
'not known. The senator's accusers j
are persistent. They insist that if nec
; essary they will have the assistance of
a I'r.ited States senate.
Com opener) .".", li; 5.": closed 55 V
tit 55 ' 4-
Oat.-, opfiied ''tnrJ 35:?a ; c'osed '.Ih'il
field for operations for the confidence
"This man." said Richmond, refer
ring to Miller, "came down into Wood
stock one day and hired an automobile.
He started out to visit every farmer
in the county.
"Every time he stopped at, a farm
house he came up in a cloud of dust
1 preceded by a loud and terrible stream
I from his siren whistle. When the ! the quotations on hr- inrkot
i dust settled he climbed out of the American Sugar Refmjt,s
car and dashed into the dwelling. Ameritan Tel. e:
"Grabbing the head of the household
bv ti e ecat lapel bo would say: 'My '
Pork 19.. V..
Lard 10 ;:,; lu:7.
NEW YOR'. stocks.
New York. April v Following
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
April S. Following are ihe whole
sal" quotations on the local market
Creamery butler, 38c.
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard. i2sc per pound.
Storage egg3, 12'.c.
Old potatoes, o'c.
New potatoes, 4c to 5c per pound.
Cabbage, lc per pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $13 to Jls,
Oats, 3 4c to 35c.
Wheat, 85c per bushel.
Corn, 50c to 51c.
Coal Lump, per ton, $3.50 to $1;
j w iwp is
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I iia ;jsw, wv aL :
It Must Be All Over Town
iThank You! Thank You! Thank You!
In-ol. n at K ! s .
'O ; i :i . on t ' : U! '
lie xl a,, d p e nt .ins
.n :d ,-olllpl l!!'. ti t I
-H 'e a :.d t I. a ' '.
.r. . a I a d and s' '
oiilessed illid .1 i:
. VI an'oidii at to t
c.K. .;.-; w
Ld in and :-r said
i .V!otul.i p. Ma
m .-r or di'in.ir t" t..e
.1. o' .-otiip'.nitiT. U,'-
i-s a nd :. : nxs t h'-r' -
d will to- ta ken a
ie enter. -d ..gainst
I raj er i said I..::.
For somebody is sending everybody to our new location and private
ws was lupi is i . 'timmmmmwmmtwmimrimiiil i . latwaaiwaawia
" ' 1 i I'm i m in iVi i hi i innjuMTnn n nrn-ii m( 'rsinraTu n
Confidential and private consulting rooms in cur new location, 1619
and the in
The suit is
Not even cur Name on windows at 1619 Sicond avenue.
1 ' "' piain i ;,awy.-.piiHiiii until
. lip..,., i on ... f i t -
Sues Royal Neighbors.
Mrs. Margaret D. E. Beam has filed
a suit in assumpsit in circuit court
acainst the Koval Neighbors nf A mi or.
ica. Searle & Marshall appear as her riPar eir' 1 am Dr' MiUer' ,h? famous 1
counsel. The suit is brought to force Psician from Chicago. I understand i
pavment on a policv which the plain- v" are a vic,lm of heart disease. I Estate of Amelia s. y-riuni. d-. eas-d
.tiff's husband held 'in the order and have just discovered a sure cure for , f '"Js, 'TiVi aVid
which the plaintiff alleges the "h-- nat maiauy. i cave aa-snoa out nere testament of Amei a s. foii.nd. i.it
bors refuse to pav. The policv was 'n a ntirry in order to save your lire.
I am working for Humanity.
"Most farmers were scared to death
by this. If they didn't, think they had
heart disease the doctor examined
them ard invented the symptoms. In
Rock Island practically every case he succeeded in
Sears convincing the man that his heart was
Rook is'ar.d cr. the verge of going to pieces and
unless he took treatments he-was like
ly to die without a minute's noCce.
"After that it was e-asy to sign the-ni
i'l' for contracts for six months' treat
ment. He got me for $85, William Ditt
vr?ti for ?1.?3, William Campbell fo
fC5, Bill Campbell for $103, Tom
taken out Jan. 30, 1903,
sured d'ed Nov. 14, 1C12.
Licenced to Wed
George William Toenges
Miss Lillian Williams . .
John ;!eru Mc'abe ...
Miss Winifred Flinker .
Charles I. Salter
. . . . Moline
Miss Rosa Lillian Arterburn. .Moiine
Money. Money. .Money! Our Mcney Never Runs Out.
Two Davenport high flyers, givins:
their names as Albert Lasher and Al
Simmon, were nabbed at 3 o'clock this
the co jnty of H'n k Isl.-.nd. stai.- Illi
nois, deeeaFcd. in-ret, aives hoik-- ti,;i:
be V ill .'ippear iiefi.re tue Hon. Il'-I.ja-
mir. llein juijL.'; if tlie prubate i-ourt ;
Rock I.siaiei (".jr.iy. at 10 jiroti.-.i.
court room, in tl.t i.;c.- Ito- li lianrl
at the June term, on th' first Mondiv
In June next, at wl.lrn tim- all .t.-ons
l.avmtt cla.ina a.L'liif-t ..-aid ;.r'
noiltied and reij jsti-d to ;i't-nil for tto
purpose ,ff ha'-ina; tne 5a m" ad 1 us' 'd
yil pi-rs,.n- ir:d'-btf'l i" v.' id 's'ttie tm
reij ,n'f f -d to teak' 1 tini' d:a 1 e p.;;.!T:..
I:. ' lo lll.l.- I 'i'iied
Dated ll'lu oty -t Mini., . I. f!3
AI.l'KKb II. I C)!. .ii:fi,
Kx'i ut r.
W.iiker. Ii.;iaiii & S'.vttii'j. a'.'.or-neys
All wool Suits ready to
opposite the Harper
Rock Island, 111.
Use yoitr crf dit. Fay as
you get paid.
tuornine. while prowlinz about the Thcmpnon for $115. and William Ser.ns
Vou Can Deposit in cur Bank Jut the same as any other Bank.
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I'.ock I s.a d
: i" f.
IF YOU HAVE DECIDED
to trove, call the Rapid Delivery Ex
press company. Telephone W. 1163.
Prices reascnable. They also deliver,
launches to and from the river.
Personal loans on Diamonds and jewelry or any high grade article
11 111 1 ii
$2 find costs each.
They paid fines of
Neatest, cleanest, most expensive and private loan parlors west cf
New York City.
iiaatpaaiMiaai iVi' "afcift isa- yi)sx .rf-iH ulna asr ifra y" ri-'iT wTrtTrTtf
Another Zion City Clash.
7.:on City. I!l.. April S. Z:on:?e
clashed with the au.horits again to
day over et.forcment of an ordinance
prohibiting parades ard street meet
ings. As a result three persons were
'assaulted and is'er arrested.
for $212. I don't know- what the others .
gate for their treatments, but he had
2't ! patier's in all and if he collected
he mist have cleaned up a fortune."
Dr. Miller declined to dis;uss hi-:
Kncwr. and Celebrated as the
Cut Rate Loan Co.
1C19 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Fhcne W 177. Call. v.nte. or send rreiserger boy. Open evenings.
JOHNNY JONES. Mgr.
Medicines that aid niture are al
ways most successful. Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy acts on this plan. It
'ooser.s the cough, relieves the lune
opens the secretions and aids nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold bv a!; drugg s's.
!t Is a Fact.
The largest and finest cnu'ppe'J
plumbing establishment in the trie-cities.
Lamp's p umbing shop, 619 Sev
r."eePTh street (Adv.)
r . -x. a
mj For Drukcnfcrst, Oiiiois,
news all the time The
l.-MMWI 1 m J B a W.
Good plurriLiing in liif kitchen
i a rn.-vtter o( treat ii'iporhane e
1 1.1 1 1 1 1 -i
to prar.n. ja la .tuonca sinks wur: ciorrcl-
in piping ere I'jdi-ir.i? place for vermin, rnoii
t ;re ana ci :t v. hich Lring3 about serious
If ihe p!.tmbir.z of your kilchen is o!r,
unaghtly and unhftdlt'.y, let us ';'iole you a
price on r,i'. Ai:r.s a ,-:o'.v-white C'Mrf-
JrJ PorceUsa t.-narrisled fink with open pL:nLing. O ir prices a:c rpsson-
able; our work htyh class and what sou pay for ll.is modern kitchen
equipment ay save you money in doctor bills.
CHANNON & DUFVA
112 West Seventeenth St. Phone 148 7.
C hi tisli
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