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-jjtona is ur. aamuei riccner's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Sj rups, and Castor Oil.
It fa rioasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria dest roj s Worms and allays
fevori-lmcss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
euros Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constii ation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, Togulates the stomach
an(l bowels, giving healthy an 1 natural sleep. Cas
toria i- the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
im excellent medicine for chil-
i n - , l .. Mm
Dr. G. C. Oroood,
, Is tlie best remedy for children of
, ..... Acquainted. 1 hope the day is not
ben mothers willconsiderthepenl
...... : (be P children, and use Custoria in-
' . - ; their loved ones, by forcingopuim,
bo thing syrup and other hurtful
j..-. - their throats, thereby sending
Dr. J. F. KlNCHKLOK,
The Centaur Company, T7 Murray Street, New York City.
PatronizellHcme Industry and
MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
- ifl Finish. Full ceasnro. and ! equally well adapted for Hand and Machine
Sowing. For si le bv
dl How 61 '.nerily.
MERRICK THREAD CO.. 1:05 Filth Avenue, Chicago
: Shirt Factory:
Our Shirts .
fetov "rcialty. We make them ourselves.
W home industry.
Our Suits .
-' " vi ir order, and they arc tailor-made
" . Dg from $16 up.
Our Pants .
prices and we invite competition,
' your selection from over 2U0 dider-;-ic--
from $3 and cp.
ited, 'iir workmanship cannot be
it (njt wt- warrant, and la?t, but not
Lfp ttroBftgi is folic: tod.
Tri-Gity Shirt Factory,
'' I n over Loosley's crockery store.
Call in d see my
stylish display of
ery . All the
Intent in hats,
laces and fancy
MISS KATE BYRNES,
1709 Second Avenue.
ihmTu" fr 'd Statcn lBln1 dylng eB"
waeru . Hemedy. Famous erery-
!lr ,. 5 tle ladies as safe, prompt and
I1 Unt d3e "if1"! oman' salvation. Price
5m2E3,J!!"S'! information free. Address
J,eU'c1 Co., Boston, Mass.
storia is so v.ell adapted tochildren that
amend it as superior toany prescription
H. A. AncnER, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
ir physicians in tho children's depart-
nave spoken nigiuy ot tneir experi
m their outside practice with Castoria,
llfhwiajh we only have among our
al supplies what is known as regular
Cta, yet we are free to confess that the
a of Castoria has won us to look with
United Hospital and Dispfnsart,
s C. Smith, Pres.,
Protect the Labor of America
Washes svery thing from a fine
si k handkerchief to a circus
teat; Lace curtains especially,
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
John Volk & Co.,
Siish Doors Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
B Khteentfc St.. bet. Third and Foorth aves,
The Rock Island
1 3 the best medium throueOi
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
- renouncements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
ia the current week's issue.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1869
5 PER CEJiT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
Jpcn from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.. and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from T to B.
Portbr Baimm, - President
H. A. AmswoBTH, - Vice-President
0. F. HkmxkwaT, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. B. W. Wheelock,
C.A.Rose, H. A. Alns worth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberw , C. F. Hemenway.
MADE GOOD RECORDS.
The Koll of Honor in Rock Islands
Pupil Who Have Been Faithful and
I'u net inn During the Past Year
Children In (.odd sHandina:.
One of the pleasantest and at the same
time one of the best features in results.in
connection with the Rock Island public
schools is the plan of keeping year by
year a record of the attendance and
punctuality of each pupil, and thus a roll
of honor is establised which is given to
the public at the end of each school year.
The Oat of pup;.ls so entitled to credit the
past year is appended:
BUILDING NO. 1 .
Ninth grade L.C Dougherty, teacher.
None tardy. Olga Rochow. neither ab
sent nor tardy, Lena Raible, Arthur
Kahlke. Joseph Goldsmith, and Irene
Seiquist absent one day.
Eighth grade Miss M. E. Entrikin,
teacher. Neither tardy nor absent.
Charlie Broomhall, Eugenia Lmcke.
Sophia M. Volk, Lizzie Blade. Ivzzie
Bladel has not been absent nor tardy for
seven years. No ca9es of tardiness in
grade this year.
Seventh grade Miss H. E. Hender
son, teacher. Neither absent nor tardy:
Daisy Slrupp, (5 years) Mildred War
nock, ( 2 years ) Grace P.erce, (3
yeais.) Absent one-half day, not tardy.
Minnie E zel, David Miller. Only one
tarday in room during year.
Sixth grade Julia M. Anderson, teach
er. Perfect in attendance. Mamie
Ehlers, Cora Toennigts, Amanda Witt.
Willie Ohlweiler, Robert Steitz. Absent
one-half day: Louis Clarke, De Forrest
Don. Absent one and one-half days:
Nellie Osterman Mamie Zimmermann.
Sixth and Fifth f. rades Miss S. B.
Hillier, teacher. Neither absent nor
tardy. Carrie Olsen, Jennie Ekstadt,
Minnie Carlson, Oscar Seidel. Absent
one-half day, tardy occe: Sadie Robin
son, George Etzel (not tardy). Absent
one dav: Tillie Meyers, Alfred Petersen,
Lily Z mmerman, Arthur Trodell.
Fifth and Fourth grades Miss DoraE.
Newton, teacher. Not absent nor tardv:
Dela Wilt, Emma Plog, Benson Huntley,
Peter Postel, Willie Gardner. Absent
one day: Willie Huntley.
Fourth and Third grades Miss Anna
Bennett, teacher. Neither absent nor
tardy: Harvey Blomquist, Elmer Oberg,
Clara Atkinson. Absent one day: Al
bion Bergsten, Gus Frodell, James Hunt
ley. Tardy once. James Sullivan, Carl
Third grade Miss Millie DeSanto.
Not absent or tardy for the year: Violet
Atkinson, Frieda Meyers, John Blom
quist, Rudy N Bier, Harry Pierce, Fied
Toenniges, John Yaeger (one day).
Second grade Miss Mary L. Ling,
teacher. Nt ither absent nor tardy : An
nie Oberg, Ojcar Oberg. Ab.-ert but
one-half day: Charlie AlDerry, Freddie
E zel, Jennie Ackermt.n, L icy Ittne e
Emma Johnson, Theresa Koch, Willi,
Secoud grade Miss Lucy H. Covne,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy: Ger
trude Melgreen, Lizzie Mettle, Marv
Bockli nger, Charlie Strupp. Children
absent bnt one-half day: Allie Huntley,
First grade Miss Emily Freeman,
teacher. Present everyday: Hhrry He
pine, George Mettle, John Surman .
Children absent hut one day: JosieCarl
son, L'zzie Meyer, Carrie Olson. Harvey
Sangren, John Hansen. Henry Bowers.
Bcnjmra no. 2.
Fourth grade Miss Randeline Requa.
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy:
Hattie Puttit, Btrtic Harris, Ellen Dee,
Joe Collier. Absent half a day: Wil
liam Nold. Absent one day: Amelia
Olson, Harry Lambert.
Third grade Miss Belle Cooke, teach
er. Neither absent nor tardy: Willie
Ranbargtr, Oscar Olson, Freddie Stroeh
le, Blanche Gregg, Sadie Taylor. Ab
sent half day: Jennie Cronholm, Cora
Second grade. Miss Hattie Jenkins,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Ed
na Albrecht. Mary tfullivan. Absent
half day: Gertie Carse.
First grade. MisB Maggie Repine,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy:
Anna Sullivan, Frank Gregg. Absent
half day : Nancy Cocnran.
building no 3
Fourth grade Mrs. L. M. Copp,
teacher. Pupils neither absent nor tar
dy: Frank Weiss, Swan Leveen, Liliie
Boggess, Belle Conwell. Stella Dauber,
Sadie Lewis. Absent one-half day:
Roy Barnhart, Steanie Volk. Absent
one day: L-.-wis Lorcnz. Florence Lee.
Third grade. Miss A. M. Johnson,
teacher. Not absent nor tardy: Alma
Evers, Eddie Appelquist, Emil Hansen.
Jakie Morion. Absent one day: Sophia
Trefz, Alice Mills, Frank Patterson.
Second grade. Miss Jennie Dolly,
te.icher. Pupils neither absent nor tar
dy: Ella Wickman, Elmir Cameron,
George Evans, Fnd Strate, Myrtle Barb
er, Bessie Logan.
First grade Miss Adda E. Muse,
teacher. Pupils neither absent nor tar
dy: Ester Cameron. Nicholas Juhl,
John Logan, Roscoe Morton, George
Mertz, Melinda Trefz.
BUILDING NO. 4.
Ninth grade Mrs. M. Piatt, teacher.
Not abient nor tardy during the year.
Harry Coyne. Will Willtnaber, Jerome
Appelquist, Eva Barber, E la Freed, May
Ferguson, Louise Strate, May Young.
Not tardy but absent one-half day during
the year: Albert Brandenburg, Will
Hanagen, Kate Larkin. Gertrude Larson,
Mabel Porter, Etta WilliamB. Not tardy
but absent one day in the year: Jessie
Roberts,Millie Tegeler, Ltura Bamburger.
No tardiness in the room this year.
Ninth grade, Mi-s Lou J. Phil",
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy:
Emilie Even, Margaret Munger, Sadie
Schindler. Alice Green. Absent one
half day: Isabel McConochie. Absent
one day : Emma Greve, Ben Payne, Will
Johnston, Edwin ShiUinger.
Ninth aad Eighth grades Miss Mina
G. Bowen, teacher. Neither absent nor
tardy: Anna Schneider. Absent one
half day : Pearl Barnhart, Blanche Barn
hart. Tillie Trefz.
E ghth grade Miss Lucy A Taylor,
teacher. Neither absent nor tarty:
Annie Wulff. Mabel Campbell, Zinria
Shaw, Ida Kollman, Susie Gordon (2
years), Carl Bernhardi Absent only one
half day: Clara Freemen. At sent only
one day: Eva Beal. Eugene Ramser.
Ninth grade Miss Idessa Wakefield,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardv. Mary
Appelquist (4 years). Henrietta Coo
well, Mary Carl (5 years), Charlie Davis,
Otto Evers, E 1 ward Hodgson (3 years),
Herman Juhl, Grace Lewis Mark Norns
(2 yean). Nellie Peetz, (4 years), Eda
Strate, Laura Sniffer. Absent one-balf
day: Edith Johnston. Absent one day :
George Reaugh, Leanna Terrell.
Sixth grade Miss Mary L. Carter.
Not absent nor tardy: Hugh Conwell,
Ralph Dart. Henry Trefz, Mary Baker
(2d year), Florence Freeman, Jennie
Orege, Grace Noftsker, Addie Schindler
(3d year), Alice Thompson (2d yeai),
Emma Weiss. Absent one-half day:
Myla Scully. Absent one day: Eddie
Cohnan, Harry Campbell, Bertha Max
well, Jessie Reynolds.
BUILDING no 5.
Eighth grade Miss Eita McDonald,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Mary
Williams, George Sness, Leo Larkins,
Jtmmie Tnomas. 2 years perfect attend
anct; James McConochie. absent 1 day in
2 yesrs: Julia Brennan, Eddie Le Claire,
absent dty each; Elizibelh Chamberlin,
absent 1 day. No tardiness in room dur
ing the year.
Seventh grade Miss Marie S Ken
worthy, teacher. Neither absent nor
tudy: Frankie Norton, Walter Fitz
8 mmons, John Anderson; Louis Ken
nedy and Josie Mirfield, absent J day
each; Eunice Stephens acd Eva Larkin,
absent 1 day each. No tardinets during
Sixth grade Miss Jennie A. Kane,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Maiy
Roderick and Minnie Schaab, 3 years
each; Willie Schwartz, 1 year; Rosie
Cramer, absent J day; Louis Frey, absent
1 day. No tardiness in this room during
Fifth grade Mrs. Jessie Liston,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Fran
cis Lloyd, Florence Chamberlin, Nanno
Normojle, Carrie Larson. Arthur Steg
mann and Nellie McConochie. absent 1
dav each. One tardy during year.
Fourth grade Miss Augusta Craw
ford, teacher. Neither absent nor tardy:
Annie Schaab. Joseph Studer. M rgaret
Frey, absent J day ; Adelia Halk and Chris
Scbuman, absent one day each.
Third grade Miss Anna Olson, teach
er. Neither absent nor tardy: Anna
Lirkia. James Mirflsld John McNeil
and Katie Edwards, absent J day each;
Fred Nichols, absent one day.
Second grade Miss Mary Murphy,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy: Jus.
Lyons, Amos Loge, Freddie Eamke, Julia
Beck, Charlie Harrington, Lee Schwartz.
Harry Filziimmons, absent one day.
First grade Miss Nora Gorman,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Hen
ry Schluter, Tom Mirfield.
BUILDING NO. 6.
Nintb and E ghth grades Miss Anna
Kirkpatrick, teacher. Perfect attendance :
Hugh Scherer, (4 years) Eva Lukcnbihi.
Absent one-half day: Bert 111, Harvey
Butler. Emma Rehrens, Wiliie Pender.
Seventh Grade Miss Maggie Wi'.son,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy.
George Deisenroth, Fred Steckalin, Frank
Sixth grade Miss Nora Witherspoon
teacher. Perfect attendance: Etta Pet
it, Emma Brockman, Rosy Margrath,
Lizzie Hanson, Andrew LuckenbiU. Ab
sent one-half day: Wiliie Davis, Carl
Fiebig, Walter Barker, Elia Uilemeyer.
Fifth grade Miss Lucy S Peetz. teach
er. Perfect attendance: Eda Lucken
biU, Lanta Littig, Willie Durlinf- Ab
sent one day: Lillie Eckhar.lt, Liwrence
Andeison, Charlie Poehlmam, Mary Eh
lers. Lulu Binnett
Fourth and Third grades. Mrs. Ida
Lundy. teacher. Perfect attendance:
Alice Krambeck, Eddie Nelson, Van a
Timm (2 years). Lizzie Margrath. Rose
Hanshaw, Walter Krambeck, Oito Muen
ster, Ida Bleuer, May Nickell, Herman
Ehles, Oscar Anderson. Absent one
half (lay: Mamie Littisr, L zzie Darling.
George Bleuer. Absent ?ne day : Mollie
Bromley, Minnie Bkuer, Bertha Butler.
Second and First grades. Miss M. L.
Carlton, teacher. Absent one day:
George Krambeck. George Sickell. Not
absent, but tardy once: Hugo Birk
BUILDING NO. 7
Seventh and Sixth erade Miss Sarah
Johnston, teacher. Neither absent nor
tardy: Lydia Eastburg, Edna Giddin::,
Lottie Raugb, Annie Nelson. Godfrey
Seabarg. Absent one day: Ida Ander
son, Laura Gordon.
Fifth grade Miss Belle Doonan.
teacher. Esther Sea,burg, Janet Roderick,
Grace Gidding. Mamie Russel. John Mc
Ginley Absent one-half day: Gertie
Raugh. Absent one day : Ellen Riirsel,
Ellen Hansen, Maggie Russel.
Fourth and Third Grades Miss D. L..
Hardy, teacher. Harry Eastburg. Viola
Gidding, Morris McGinley, Clara Ncilson.
Second and First grades Miss M. E.
Simmon. teacher. Hannah Neilson,
THIRTY-EIGHT!! STREET SCHOOL
Second grade Miss Bridie Etran,
teacher. Neither absent nor tardy : Eva
Roskey, Htrrran Lind. Absent one-half
day: Gtorge Donlin. Absent one day.
First grade Not absent, tardy once:
Carl Russ. Absent one day: Willie
Third grade Miss Anna F. Bromlev,
teacher. AbBent one day: Johnnie
Neither absent nor tardy. Will Walk
er, Duncan McFarlane, John NoftBker,
George Lee, Eddie Ramser, Fred Reddig,
Jesse Williams, Milton Silyis, George
Sears, Will Sweeney, Christian Koch,
Mamie Brennan, Nettie Brockman, Maud
Campbell. Ella Graham. Luella Huth
maker. May Kennedy. Sadie Kennedy.
Kate Lambert. Lilie Larkin, Mary Lar
kin, Lila Lee, Flora Ludolpb, Kate Mc
Cabe, Margaret McKibben, Margaret
Montgomery, May Murray, Edith Noft
sker, Clara Redeker, Clara Sears. May
Schindler, Hattie Tremao, Blanche
Warren, Edna Webb, Elsie White. Ber
tha Wilson, Nellie Wilson, Jennie
Wood. Absent one-half day: Ed
Brandenburger, Worthy Dart, John
Stewart. Emma Detlefson, Edith Gordon,
Henry Stelck. Kate Normoyle. Absent
one dav: Rudolph Hekelier. Edith Case,
Clara Koehler. Maria K-rr. Euilie Lttno,
Grace Lee. Margaret Stewart, Nellie
Warnock, P.uline Wo'.'.mann.
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap;
lied Room iiits.
Lace and Chenille Curtains.
Easy Terms of Payment at Cash Prices.
Upholstering of every kind done to order. A
new line of frames and coverings to
OHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ia.
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10.
DAVIS & CO.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose.
Fire Brick. Etc Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK. Moline. 111.
INCORPORATED UNDER THS 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., aod Saturday crcalnge from 7 to S o'clock.
F'.e per cent Interest paid on Deposits- Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
S . P. REYNOLDS. Pre. F C. DBNKMANN, Vice-Prea. J. M. BUFOHD, Oaihl.r.
P. U Mitchell. S P. Rernolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Cmbangb. H. P. Hull,
Fhil Mitch. 11, L. Simon, K. W. Hum, J. M. Eifcrd.
Jacksou & HrMT, Solicitors.
"Bi pan haeincM Jnlj-8. 18W), ai d ocenpy the f ontheaM corner of Mitcht ll ft Lyrde'a new
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
R. G. Hudson M. J. Parkkr.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
fuTBished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Is' ind.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus er express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TIMBEKLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 1148. KoekMaiid.
HiioficTBBEi of mm aid sism
A k Toar flrocer for Them.
They mm Beat.
The Christy "Otptiu aid Christy " Wim."