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THE ABGrTJS, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1904.
51.00.'- to California, W 2iy not add to tliis the other inci dental expenses connected with the trip and have a California atmosphere every winter in your home "by letting us put iu one of our well-known hot water heating plants in your resi dence -perfectly distributing the heaa - .every'- room alike day and night Insuring highest degree of comfort and health. Telephone or drop us a line and we will be pleased to name you prices and give you all details. Allen, Mvers & Company Opposite l-i evrper House. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Bil Hantclncii In Vogaf. T?od hanging.- ure again lit fashion. Tin daintiest and lightest of coloring lire used fur them, fioiu white madras nets, tambour muslins and soft Ind'an 6llUs to brocades Iu sill their exquisite pastel shades. There are n'so the jeKthct.'c and n:i'.nt coloring?, both of design and dye., or the more conven tloti.il patterns thyt will ever rctaiu n i:ieed of popularity. The texture.- fur the hanirlng are beautiful. Tam bour sets ::re delightful, -with dra peries of the K:ime. The French white work li exceedingly decorative with curtniiin of a much thinner material. Japanese fabrics are always popular n:l can be had In pure white, with a knotted fringe, or in t::n or ten colored slit, edged with lace of the same shade. IScdsprcuds nnd pillow slutins of- lace over colored lining tone with the hangings. Spreads of old band woven linen, with borders of antique lace, are being used ngain by those ivbo are fortunate to possess them. Many shnpi arc showing entire Rpretids cf renaissance end Marie Antoinette laee. whicii fei) so well with the Umv creil chintzes. Hut these are co.-tly. There :ir: countless other pretty :md inexpensive designs to be Keen, how-rviT-London Fxpre.ss. of. her work. aWut the only obstacle be bad to contend with was the tearing of the fabric r.s it went through the cleaning pro' cs. which dilHi ulty was rerv soon overcome, with the clothes washer us the result. In making a machine that would wash dishes, how- evrr. the t.isk was not so easy, ns breakage of ti e crockery Ls apt to oc cur frequently If the pieces are sub jected to severe handling. As will be seen. tlie plates, cups. saucers, etc., are piled up around the RIfchiTahluc Machine. W'h: n. the inventor set himself the t.tsk of designing a machine to relieve the washerwoman of the hardest part "- ......" . r.S , The Chwches Services in the various churches will be held aa follows tomorrow: 1 rimiy episcopal church, corner Nineteenth street and Sixth avenue; I.Vv. II. F. Sweet. I). !.. rector not ! ofliciating) ; I.'ev. F. ,A. Heisley, priest in charge. First celebration of holy communion nun messm:? .i luilms at :;i a. ni. Sunday school at ti:l. in. Morning praer, second celebra tion of h"lv ciiiiinuiiiiiin and sermon I at 10:45 a. m. Lven song and sermon I at 7::;o p. m. Holy week service Daily at a. m. an. 4 p. in., except ing Wednesday, when the hours will he 10 a. in. an. I : -lo p. ni. llolv com munion every iimimug excej)tui ol Fridav. Trinity chapel, corner Seventh street and Fourth avenue; in charge of cler gy of Trinity church. Sundays, even -song and Sunday school at ? p. m Emanuel' Ilaptist church, 447 Forty fourth street; Key. II. W. Keed, pas tor. Sunday school at 2:::u p. in. Swedish l'.aptist. corner of Twenty- first st reet and Fifth' avenue. .' ".'reach ing at 10: 4 a. in. First Kaptist, corner Third avenue and Fifteenth street; Key. H. W. Keed pa.-tor. Sunday school at 9:..u a. iu. K):::o a. in. and 7:::n p. m. McKinley I'aptist. Sixth avenue and Tenth street. Services at 10:4. a. m and .7:00 p. m. Sunday school at 12:30 p. in. German Lutheran, curner Twentieth street and 1-iftlj avenue; !ev. C. A. Mennicke. jKistor. Services at 10 a.m. and 7:00 p. in. (Irace English Lutheran, corner For ty-fourth street and Seventh avenue; Kev. C. F. Iloffsten. pastor. Services at 10:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Swedish Lutheran. corner Fourteenth' street and Fourth avenue: Kev. .1. A. Xyvall, pastor. Services at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p. m. Ziu Swedish Lutheran. 4525 Sev enth avenue; Kev. .1. (',. Dahlberg, pas tor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday school at 9:-0 a. m. (ierman Evangelical. Nintli street. between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Kev. .1. II. .fans, of Muscatine, will preach at 7:00 p. in. First Church of Christ. Scientist, Twenty-third street, between Seventh ami Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45 jn. m. Sunday school follows morning service. Heading rooms in London building on Second avenue, open daily except Sunday from 12 m. to 5 p. in. Sunday's subject, I'nrcalitv MS- T it MS BEER "Bottled Ooodncjy:" "In Faith 'tit an honcit quality." Quality tlk hou!d be ba;k?d by "the goods." BlaU Brewery was founded in the early forties Blatz quality it almoa traditional. Erery bottle i f u 1 1 of quality argument. The "BUti" cjiaractcrUuc are all roundel up in the "Wiener." Ak for it dowo Iowa. Send a case home. i:i: AKISLF.Y & F.AILKV. Wln.le.-a'.e Dealer. C17 Ki 'litc. nth St. Ilelhi 1125. ( liK iu. rcrLK Alios ) JtKPORT OF THE CONDITION or thi Central Trust and Savings Dank At Hock Island. s;tt? of nifno'o. before the Cfoin-.enecn:eni of UKule i t h- Auditor ot uOlio At-counis, for he elate of liluion puruunt to U: KESOCK'-ss Ktim bond.i and seeurl- IW.Wi 00 If0.fS 00 Kurnliu.-C nj fltuies 4l 60 I mi from Nat bnk.-i... t-5 771 II lhi lr it. MSM bltCkS bshkrr. 113.55 4! 4 .k ml uiher cash item, 23 30 t:iV Casn o hand: .1 io!d com S,iWiv it stiver Coin 2S4 74 Sler treniiury ort ficaies $00 00 . Xat.onal back currrrey viG (X) .1. Leiral Teniler and Ireiwurr Noirs 4,C00.0 . Fr-iCtinil ourren-" c. nickel and centa 5 M 1 Totil fl.J4S.C-T CS 1,1 u uri c. ii'Ukl Stock raid In... lOO.'iO 00 1100.000 00 Vt.oivklvd HiiUus. lew. eiDrnsei and taies ,'id - 3".(OS tVub f True tU-posU. - iirs.. 1X53.305 N5 litcaitrs!?. :4 8 2 16 MC..01f 4J Total - II.I43.0iT Of & i ate or IU'bola, Bnc islscit Coi'llf. I 1 M it :mmol. eaihier of Cnt-;U Trut and Si,tTins ticli. itosolnM j awear tnat ibe .::' a.rir:-nt l true, lo ibe txstolrxy koo sltdw aci bci ef n B. SliiVON. Csh er. Sub eU ed Atd ora to be Ore me ibis 6ih O . t r vxrcli. " y K 1H 'AIM. Notarj PuUlC Sl ltlNO l'CEVUNTS U11EAEAOK. B!dc of n conical wire suoport. and when in position a Hat wire urittin;;: is placed over them. Above and below the di.'-hen are placid coiled springs, which serve to compress the cone and prating together and prevent movement of the contents of the washer while in mo tioB. When the outer vessel Is partial ly idled with hot water, the inner can Inpr, with Its had of crockery, is churn ed up and down as often as may be necessary to remove the dirt, the water circulating freely through the wines and cround the dishes. A Dcr.rb For Library- Window. First Methodist, corner of Fifth av enue and Nineteenth street; Kev. II. B. Williams, pastor. Sertices at 10:45 a. m. i'n I .:.;!) p. in. Mornmir snoject. ' itetlecf cd Liirlit." In the evening- W. II. Aiu'eisi ti. of ( hic-ago. si!crintend- ent of the Ant i-s-a loon l.eagne of Illi nois. 1 1 1 speak. The ApolJo club, of Davenport, will sing 'in the evening. Spcii-er Memorial Methodist church. corner Fortv-third street and Seventh avenue; Jiev. .1. i;. i;utter, pastor Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:.'i0 p. m (lernjan Methodist, corner of Sixth avenue an:l Fourteenth street, Uev. F. L. Litzfodt, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and :.;) p. m. Minuay scnooi at 9:15 a. m.. J. .1. llelg. superintendent. Kpworth League at 7. Junior League at 2 p. m. Free Swedish Mission, corner of I.Ieventh street and rifleenth avenue. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Services at at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. St. Mary's German Catholic, corner of. Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street; Rev. Adolph Cieyer, pas tor. Mass at S and m::7.!) a. m. Mas and sermon at 'J n- m. for he Relgian parishioners. V. M. l A. building, corner of Third avenue and Nineteenth street.. Hoys meeting at ,:T.O p. in at 3:.':6; bible classe tuiuheon at 5:30. Spring' Millimery isplay Tuesday and Wednesday. March 29 and 30. and i at 4:4: Salvation Army barrack?. 1509 Sec ond avenue. Services at follows: Knee drill at 7 a. m.; holiness meeting at 10:30 a. in.; christians' meeting at 3 p. ui.; salvation meeting r.t S p. ru. Church of Jesus Christ cf Latter Day Snints. Odd Fellows hall. Second avenue. Service conducted at 3 p.m. y Fl.'ers Xowlin and Wat kins. Sun Jay school at 1:30 p. ni. NEWS INOUTLINE. A tornado visited l'omona. Mo., and demolished- sevtral store and resi dences. Scores of pel-sons were in j ured. The potto , and Anstro-IIus!:ui eni-bassie.- have reailnil an agreeiuetit in n-gard to the organization of the Mace donian gen d'ariuerie under liuopean otlH-er. This week's fatalities from pneu monia at New York were U7S. against o-Vi last week. The Ic.-m by the storm of Thursday- nijiht a.t Chicago and in its vicinity ;.re estimate! at .".mMi(hi. Hut cue in stant detith ocirred. Tl:e Chicago Society of tlu War of l.sr elected Colonel William I'ortcr Adiiius president and Carter II. Har rison vice president. Porch climlKU-s stole at Chicago S3.- ihiii worth of Jewelry from the home of K. T. Jeffery. president of the Den ver and Hio lintmlc railroad. I'resid nt louis F. Swift, of Swift A: Co.. said tl;:it the price of beer is not too high when it is compare: with the price of cattle on the hoof. Mrs. S. A. Irwin, great-granddaugh ter of Ilenjamiii Franklin, is dead at Philadelphia, agyl SS years. The Panama government has t diued its army to one battalion. Tin bubonic plague has broken out at San Pedro, Calloo and Lima. Peru. t i till I k'r 4 , v fi xyi X It.- :a vc y A Favorlt Remedy for. liable . pleasant taste and prompt cures made Chamberlain's Cough Ileni a fatorile with the mothers of mall children. It quickly cures their oughs and colds and prevents any ianger of pneumonia or other serious onsequenees. It not only cures croup. ut when given as soon as the crimpy ongh appears will prevent the at ack. For s,ale by all druggists. WK IIAYK ON DISPLAY Till-' I.AUtil'ST ( OI.LKCTION OF MODKI.S I'YKK ASS KM ISI.l'.D IN ONK STol!l- IN Tin: Tiinni: ( itii:s. wk hayk not spakkd timi: 01: Tiiorm.i: in on; kkfout to makk ihis DISPLAY OF Till' SKASON'S STYLKS AN KYKNT TO I'.K LONC. 15 KM KM lU'Ii KD UY Till-: LA DI KS OK T 1 1 K TIIIIKK (TTIKS. WK P.KI.I KYK TDK LADIKS WILL API'KKCIATK OIK IMC IT" I J KStJl K H ATSOI-'THK ls:io PKKIOD: Oi l; LAKOK P.KP.K H ATS FOR CAIIKIAOK WKAK: OCK COLD TOOl'KS: Od: SMAKT STUKKT HAMS. INCI.L'DINC; M flK MAliQl'iSi:. TIIUOKN AND P.OAM-SHAPK. IN A YAKIKTY OF SI VI.KS. AND OCK DASHING rniDANS. AND V K WANT TO KM1MIASIK MTIK FACT THAT UK IIAYK Till' KhillT H AT AT MUK KICHM' PIMCK FOir KYKKYONK. BR.ANDENBURG MILLINERY STORE, (OliNl-I! M'WKNTI K I'll SM'KKKi' AND FOCKTII A Yl-'Nl" K. KOCK ISLAND. IN THE COUNTY COURT. Kstale f Main:il!ian Kant. I u entory filed and approve;!. Fre:l Mus fcl.lt. William Wcinrich an 1 Ferdinand iloldorf appiintcj a pprai-crs. A p jiraisenicnt bill and widow's award filed and approved. Widow's relin quishment and selection filed and ap proved and order turning ocr prop erty e!ccti-d by widow. In re guardianship of miner heirs of Andiew Donaldson. ( !na r.lian's final report filer! and appro'd. Keceipt and r-!ease of ward. Katherine II. Donaldson, now of age, file:! and ap proted and guardian discharged as to her. it appears that all the minors have now arrived at the aires of their majority and have Jiled their respect ive releases and receipts herein. Said guardian is discharged and .saiil guard ianship closed. Kstate of Dridget Lane. Inventory tiled and approved. In re conservatorship of M'homas Candler, insane.- i'.ond of said Millie Cole tiled and approved and letters of conservators-hip issued to her. ' MMie report of said Louis L. Cool, as con servator herein, which was filed here in March s, 1HI4. having been examin ed by saiil Millie Cole, the new con servator, and found correct, and the court having- examine I the same finds it correct 'and approves the same. Or dered that said bonis L. Coo! pay over and deliver To said Millie Cole as such new guardian all the money anil prop erty shown to be in his hands by said report without didav. COUNTY TKMPLK. Trail rr. March 2... Yera lleinley lo Clans Koll. ni:.. se', 3i, 17. ."vv. $1,000. William Kodstroin to Adolph Skrg lund. lot 10. block 1. Moline Water Power company's west add., Moline, $1. Adidph Skcglund to l'inina S. Kod strom. lot 10, block 1. Moline Water Pov-r compaii.v 's west add.. Moline. I. J. M. (iaylord to Mary K. Pdigh.w ' , lot 4. block 4. West Nb'dine add.. Mo line. $::.r.oo. A spring tonic that braces body unci brain, cleanses, purifies and strength ens, the entire system. lloilister's Kocky Mountain Tea keeps you well all summer. 35 cents, tea or tablet form. T. II. Thomas pharmacist. 3:30 p. in. Praver meeting Wednes- An attractive device for a library d.iv nt s u m. window, either in a city or country house. Is n bench made of whitewood decora ted by pvrography. This useful as well as ornamental bench should he first put into shape by a nearby carpenter and afterward the top lire etched, in some strong Individual de sign. The tretttiiiout may be a group of blossoms, copied In their natural line, or in some lold conventionalized meth od suitable for a flowery plan citlier a treatment of chrysanthemum., sunflow ers, big bunches of grape and leaves or n lraur b of dogwood bKiSooms. After the pattern Is laid In by the pen cil the pyrogen does the rest. The re maining part of the wood which not Cie etched is stained In walnut or ma hogany. When perfectly dry. it Is shellacked and afterward gently rub- led down with a pyrograpbic paste. If the holding cf pknits Is considered for the top. It may be ornamented with diamond shape tiles, sot lu M equal dlstaiH-es-apart on the Cre etched wood, on which may be placed small India rubber plants. Boston fcr.is or any other preen that live Indoors. Wvman A. M. K. ' Mission. Thir teenth street and Fifth avenue; Kev. I). W. l'rown. pastor. Services at 10:4.j a. in. and .:.; p. m. Minna v scnooi ax l p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at s- D. III. ItlllzlnK Odd Moments. German house mothers Accomplish a great dc::l of needlework and knitting In addition to doing their housework, and it is s!mply because they occupy odd moment in this way. This doe3 rot u:ean that they are always at work. It only mean3 that they wrti steadily dur'n-r working hours, obtain ing relaxation by changing the work. They do not sit down, ns so many housewives do. with IJ!e hands, to wait for the Cre to come up or for the keltic? to bcM. At such times they nl- ways Lrtve swlnj or knitting on hand. Thuu by occupying these otherwise worthless mciuonis they manage to ncvorrpjish much more work th in oth er ho::sokec,.ers do In the special hour3 set apart for their sowing. New York T:Ibune. . - Central Presbyterian. Second ave nue, between rourtecntn ana r:i teenth streets; Kev. William Torrance, pastor. Sunday school at 0:30 a. ni. Young People's meeting at fi:45 p. m. Services at 10:4." a. m. and 7:30 p. iu. Annual Anti-Saloon League service in r nioi n;ng. Broadway Presh.vter'ran, corner of Twenty-third street and Seventh ave nue. Ilev. W. S. Marquis., pastor. Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:1j a. m. Young People meeting at 6:4. p. in. Morning subject. "The Mission of the Church of Christ." Kvening. "Mes sages of Hejie fr.-m Christ." illustra ted with stereopt ici.-n views. United Presbyterian, Third avenue and Fourteenth street; Key. D. L. Mc Xary. pastor. Services at 10: 4o a. m. and 7:30 n. ni. Mornir.ir subiect. "Fol lowing the Master." Kvening. "How Christ Saves l's." South Park Chapel. Presbyterian, Kim street and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. Y. S. Marquis, pastor. Sunday school .it 2:30 p. ti. Holy communion at 7 a. m. Aiken Street Union Chapel. South Rock Island. Sunday srhotd at 3 p. rn. Services every Tuesday at 7:30 p. ra. r.ethel Presbyterian Chapel, corner Twelfth street aDd Eleventh avenue, Sunday school at 3 p. m. dZSf ij? 4 - k 4 k "a 'A Only Four iViore Days . of Our Grand Ainoual March ClesLOin Sale Only four more days in which to lay in your spring needs of FURNITURE, CARPETS, CURTAINS, STOVES and QUEENS WARE at Practically Cost of Production Tritlig foCcr. WTicn pnrcbnsjng coffee gr.ther a lit tle of it I:i the inlm of the hand after It has been ground rnd press firmly. If It fal's Ijc-dy rpcrt when the hand la opene l the coffes ls -nadn!terati. bnt when the particles ailhere the fact that it cakes denotes the presence of some Eubsu.nce other thzn cofTee. Memorial CliTisiian. corner of Third avenue and Fifteenth street. Key. O. V. Lawrence, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. ra. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 9:Ij a. in. Y. P. S. C. K. ntG:4." p. in. Iulrit filled in evening by a rt-presen-tative f the Anti-SalMn League. St. Joseph's F.oman Catholic, cor ner Second avenue and Fourteenth street; Kev. Thomas Mackin. dean and pastor. Mass at S a. ni. and 10:30 a. m. Yespcrs at 3 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Sacred Heart Unman Catholic. Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave nue; I'ev. J. F. Lockner, pastor. Mas Thursday, March 31, will be the last and closing day of the largest and most successful sale we have ever conducted. Thousands of people from the three cities and the surrounding country for a dis tance of 50 miles around have visited this sale to avail themselves of this -Big MoieySavSeg Opportunity If you are in need or expect to be in need in the near future of anything in the housefurnishing line you should make it a point to attend this sale within the next four days, as No Goods Will Be Sold to Any One at Sale Prices After Merch 31. $3"R.emember the Date and Step Quick if You Want io Save Some Money. Complete U ii a Furnishers Ypvralke Fusrmtwe L Carpet Co. 324-326-328 Brady Street, Davenport. 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