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THE AUGTUS, TUESDAY, MATlCIl 29, 1904.
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"She Newest Spring Styles Salute You svt
& Everybody Invited to
Specia.1 Showing of Suits, Shirt Waists. Muslin Underwear, Laces, Silks
" and Dress Goods, and the Latest Novelties in Trimmings.
3 VISITORS AND PURCHASERS EQUALLY WELCOME.
firing Gleaniflg P "intsiris Sndmoney
Agents for North. ip. King 6 Co's. Northern Grown Seeds.
ili ti "'. 'ffc fV.
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ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANKf
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. $
2 Incorporated Under tho
Money Loaned on P rsonal Collateral or Ileal Estate Security. 2
J. M. liuforcl. President.
4 John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
liean the business July 2, 1890,
Jand occupying' S. E. corrier of
A'Mitcbell & Lynde's new building.
Chicago Dental Company
f x rjr 3 'Vwi ir' .'
If you are in need of dental work,
call on us before going1 oNewhere, as
ve can save you money. We u.-e
nothing but the best of material, and
our ork i yuarnnteed t( be lirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth, call and see our
thin el stic plate. We guarantee it to
fit in all eases and when ;:11 others
Lave failed. We never as-k you more
than our prices below:
Cement fillings $ .25
Bone filling .23
Platinum tillinj 50
Silver fillings 50
Gold fillings. 1 and up J.oO
Gold crowns, $t to $5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5.00
$13 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
OVER SEIDEL'S DRUG STORE.
It's Quality That Counts
-. r ' - ' . .
In coal it's quality that mak-s
beat, it's quality that retains,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 00 per cent of
the combustible part of it. leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bill you're not paying fcr dirt,
refuse or nnburnables. The coal
we handle, both hard and soft,
deserTes all the good things we
and our patrons say for it. A
ton will talk as londly as a car
load. E. G. FRAZEP
Lit-' f-vt'i .v--vj
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View the Newest Fairv Fancies of Fashion Land
Mvisic From 2 to 5
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State Law. 4
11. :. Cable,
IL P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
L. Simon, S
Solictors Jackson and Hurst.
vAAAiA xm -trw w-j-'iv w w
for you. Start a bank account r
;5 today; make up your mind to o
add to it regularly and you will O
surprised Low IT WILL. 5j
GROW. Deposits from H up re- j
ceived, with interest at 4 per
O ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co.
Traders Ins. Co. .
Cnion Ins. Co
Hockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins. Co. ..
Newark, N. J.
. .New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, III.
Office, room 3, Ruford block. Rates
Jow as consistent with feun'ty.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
;tn reliable company
VOI R PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Don't Be Fooled A
Occuinc ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
li rot up ia hit? pjcIc"Kt manufactared I
rscla,i.iy by ttj Mv-ltson Medicine I
t-- i3dicn. ff'ij. aets at 5 cents a I
package. Alt 01 nor are renk im-fa! inn I
- n3 Mbtitut3, oi' risk vesr b4th br
I tp.m tf-.n . . lli:at.M.;fNj tns.es tick
i rcip9 WetJ. Kcers you V.eU. All Hvnct i
I Ueakrs ml 1S ucnu,iM. j
HOLUSTEg tKtl CO. MxSjon. V, ls.J
1 Money I
Our 10th Annual
f 'fc . - 6i 'fk -it.
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The Mueller jaw mill resumed op
erations again ye.-terilay after being
oblige! to shut rfov.n on neconnt ' of
its inability to roach the Unr that
were hemmed i:i by the ice. TLt mill
now has cnouirh logs on hand to lat-t
Tor ?' days or more, ant! before that
time they are expecting ,t receive
t lie tiit raft of the sc:it,t):i from'I.an
The police hae p'.iccd under ar
rest -irs. K. M. Casiiay. wife of W.
W. Ca-sii!:iy. aivi .vrchitt ( t and Rui'd
cr 1'. ('. Nhare i ti the charge of adul
tery, preferred by the husband of the
("as: May woman. I.-aae IVtersberger
ar.peared in court as attorney for "dr.
Nhi.re jmkI Mr:-. Cassiday. antl (piali
(ie.i f-r the pi lin I nary hearing,
which be hi-ld ai o'clock to!ii r-
row !!iii'!'i:i;.r before Magi? t rate Fin
ire r. Tili-y svaxe '-.or.ds in tl e sum of
!.:.!( each, with Mr. liehrcns. of
AV--t Third -treel. ii-ni.-.g both.
Snn'.-iv e.-!iiii'- abo'it S:.':0
Jiilitis !!. l'.urmcNter. ca-hir of the
Iowa ..!lien:il bank, and his wife re
turned to their home at 11: Ra.-t
l-iiiteeiitli slre;'t. an.! foir.-.d that
Mn:co:ie had been there (luring their
a!;c:ice. A search showed the loss of
(olTei-eut a nicies of a value of S:."0
or i?:;!i. T!!. :-e con-i.-!eti of Mr.-. Jhir-
llieister's ft:1:! wrfcli :.ml e!i:in :iti'I
locket, a goltl bracelet, several watch
aui neck chains, several r-tick-p"ns.
fancy kcr(d;i"-fs. riiies and jewels.
mo-t of them being fair.i'.y heirhronis
i f value. Aniony Ihe articles taken
leather eac coiitainii;i;' a $1
.T. .1. Humphrey rfied Sunday after
!ioo!i. He was i?i hi 'XU year, and
-iistaint-t! a hard fa!i jui a fortnight
before his dcalh. ili::t left him with a
l-.roken leg ;md broken arm. Prior to
that time his physical a n 1 mcr.tal
prt,-ervation had been remarkable for
a man of his aire. Mr. Humphrey was
born ::r Albany. X. Y.. Oct. 27.
lie received Ins a r!y e;: ilea t ion at
Albany, and there began his business
career at the age of is as clerk ia a
dry goM( store. In 1 ."::( he opened 8
drv gor7s tore t f his own. t'onduct-
inir it with suoci'-s for years, and
came west in 1S45. t' Racine. Wis.
w here he continued his mcr ant i!c
Fooling tho People
sniu yoa iiid t'M.l
some popie all the
t iUi. V on cui f ool
all the people soum-
Hat you cp.ncot
tool all tlie peo
ple all the time.
the iZee that stay by all tb" people all tho
tinH. A!i vo-.ir trrortr fcr tlie 11K1.U 1-pound
rkac Coffee at ft, (sul-jert to iiinrkct
i.'jrtu:UBini. ir tnat isvonr lrm:t. if yoa pay mor,
ask for . i. t'lactation. the het fn th nrnrld
at 4i ct.; nr Crown BrmjiJ st 40 rts.; or ltnie-
riai at ct., llanner at 30 cts.; and do ot
RED DRAGON TEA,
is ka!f-po:gul aad puund pAcjars, the same package
FROM JAPAN TO YOUR TABLE.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in dng anl double strength
1'iinds and Mouldings, Veneered and
Hardwood Flooring of all kinds.
Dealer in fiujrle and tlon'ole strength
Window Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
I'late and Art (ilass.
HOCK ISL.VXD. : : : ILLINOIS.
ggSlM&m ?- iS3 & !
career. In is."2 Mr. Humphrey tok
a stock of boots and shoes to the min
ing districts ia Australia. It was a
tedious voyaire. four antl a half
months leing s-pent on a sailing ves
sel on the way there, but the venture
was successful financially. After ;,n
absence of three years Mr. Humphrey
came to Davenport in September. 1S5.J.
and purchased the -ott hotel. Mr.
Humphrey was married at Albany in
September, 1S43. to Miss Persis Phil
lips. Their surviving children are
Mrs. E. L. Gould. Miss H. M. Humph
rey itn.I W. W. Humphrey, all of
whom made their home with deceas
ed. The funeral wi! be held from the
reidence. 171'J Brady street, tomor
row at 2 p. m.
At his home, 1102 Weft Second
street. Sun lay afternoon occurred
the death of Henry Bauer, in the "Tlh
year of his age. Deceased was born
in Alt Herckemlorf, .Near Kiel, Ger
many, and came to this country in
lst. He went direct in Wall Lake,
in Sac county. Iowa, where lie remain
el until 1S!H). when he came to Daven
port. Deceased was married to Mis
Christina ValNen April 21, 3S'.i4. who
survives him with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Pr.u Bauer, of Germany.
and the 01
and two brothers, both of Germany.
J. B. Meyer, c. shier of the Farmers
.Mechanics' Savings bank, litis re
signed from that position and will
hereafter devote himself to otl.er bus
iness. Ottn Kckhnrdt. assistant ca.-h-irr.
will temporarily fill the pn.-t of
cashier until Mr. Meyer's successor is
elected in April. Mr. Meyer has oth
er interests to which he says he will
hereafter devote his entire attention.
He has been cahier of the Farmers'
& Mechanics Savings bank since it be
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
A st-.'td corset stay saved the life of
Georgia Ames, who shot herself just
after she was ejected from a saloon at
The mayor of Adelaide, Australia,
has forbidden Howie the use of public
halls, because he insulted King Ed
ward in a .spci't h.
Dr. Samuel Darling, pathologist o
tlie College of Physicians and Sur
geons at Baltimoic, believes he has
discovered the germ that causes
A plaster cast of a hum,in bedy,
dressed and1 daubed, with ml ink, led
to a report that one of the students
nt Princeton university had teen mur
dered in his room and caused great
excitement nmcu? the students.
Twenty women and childicu wcie
Injured at New Haven in a panic
caused by a cry of lire at a service tit
St. Michael'is Honusn Catholic church.
The police, at St. Louis have dis
covered cymindte concealed in a barn,
which they believe was to be used
in Mowing up livery stables by the
A boy of U years. Koltert Weinier,
of Boston, is ready to enter Harvard.
A test at Nev.' York of the "puH"
of an elephant weighing li'.(XK) showed
1dm to bo eqiml to fifty average-sized
Washout due to the recent heavy
rains have seriously interfered with
train service north of Louisville, Ky.
The reservoir dam at Olney. III., hns
broken, causing $.'5.",(.HKJ loss, as a re
sult of the floo'l?.
A. C. Stk-h. a gas. oil and brick
speculator of Independence, Kan., has
given $7r.0OO for a line arts depart
ment to Washburn college, Topoka.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
I'euria. III., to Wat hlngton. U. C. aud Ke
tnrn April S3, 1904.
Directed by ('. J. Vandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, Peoria; iftO,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding meals, sleeping car berth,
board in Washington, guides, side
trips, etc. Send for circular giving
detailed information. Allen M. Nye,
T. P. A., Big Four Boute. 1'coria, 111.
To Colorado and California via the Chica
go, Milwaukee Jtt St. Faul Railway.
Double daily train service is now
offered from Chicago to Colorado and
to California via the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Taul-Union Pacific line.
Through standard and tourist sleep
ers are operated between Chicago and
San Francisco; and "through standard
-sleepers and reclining chair cars be
tween Chicago and Denver.
The new fcervice to Colorado in
cludes a train that is on the road only
one night, leaving Chicago 0:43 a. m.,
reaching Den rer ' early the next af
.Descriptive folder and booklet j
from any ticket agent of the Chicago , j
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, or F. j
A. Miller. General Passenger Agent,
The Soutbwmt Limited w Train Chlca-(o-KaDiiM
The new short line of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway has
been completed through Moline, Rock
Island, Davenport, "Muscatine, Wash
ington and Ottnmwa, and gives -a new
and direct route between Chicago and'
u.-c- v.ij. 111c ouuiunoi uiuiiru,
tne new eiecinc lighted train between
these cities, makes its first trip Dec
G. It is a handsomely equipped train,
carrying standard and conmartinent
sleepers, observation-library ear, din
ing car, chair car and coach.
A second daily train between Chi
cago and Kansas City is also offered
tin the new route.
Additional information from any
ticket agent r f the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul railway, or F. A. Mil
ler, general passenger agent, Chicago.
Word from the I r.iver.-ity of H!i
nois is in the effect that Herbert
Thomas i f thi.s city i a likely candi
date for track lit uors among the stu
dents. Hp participated in the 'varsity
and both freshmen meets with the
l'niverity of Chicago, and in the "vaf
ity meet he secured third place in
the mile-run eent. This is the tirt
point won by a Mo!ine high school
graduate in a big nine meet. Herbert
is looked mi to sustain the reputation
of his school, and his friends join in
congratulations 011 his success.
Charles L. Vermere. the tax collec
tor, expired at his home on Sixteenth
street between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth avenues, at 2 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. Death was due to paralysis
from which Mr. Vermere had been
.-utfering for 15 years, many of which
he had been confined to his bed unable
to move. Deceased was born in Hol
land and would have been C4 years of
age next September. He lat worked
in the old paper mill and since that
time has been unable to do any work.
Ik-sides Ids wife, three children sur
vive: Mrs. Larger, of Atkinson; and
Xettie anil Edward at home. The fu
neral was held at 9 o'clock this morn
ing from St. Mary's Catholic church,
burial in the Catholic cemetery near
East Mi dine.
'fruxell, died at the
Fifth ti venue, at :1
the aye of 72 years
was born in Westmoreland
nnsvlvania. and dan. i: is."7.
she was married. Four children were
born to then1., three of whom are de
ceased, the remaining one, Harry, re
sides in this city. In the spring of
U.'.'T she and her husband moved to
Moline. She was a member of the
Methodist church, also an honorary
member of the Ladies' Aid society for
the last 20 years. The funeral was held
at the residence at 2:15 today.
Miss Louise Healy died Sunday at
her home, 2743 Eighth avenue, after a
lingering il!ne:s of several months
with grip and other complications.
She was born yi Dudley, Mass.. in
1S2:, aud would have been SI years old
had she lived until August. She came
to Moline in lsOf) and h:;s resided here
for .1 years. The funeral was held at
the re-idence at 4 p. m. today, Bev.
Bev. F. M. Johnson, of the Xorth
Side Mission Ti'.bernacie church of
Chicago, to. whom a ta!! from the Mis-.-b
n Tabernacle church of this city
was extended a few days ago. informs
the committee that he is unable to be
come the pastor of the church in thi
city, although he greatly appreciates
the invitation to become the pastor of
such a flourishing organization. Mr.
Johnson has a good charge in Chicago,
an i as lie is devoted Id his parishioners
aud they to him, he considers it inad
visable to !cae Chicago while the
present pleasant relations exist
HOI'S e piii:mcy
After a gre: t
deal of effort am
the Harper House
in getting the Dr
Howard company to make a special
half-price introductory offer on the
regular 50-ceui size of their celebra
ted specific for the cure of constipa
tion and dyspepsia.
Thi.s medicine is a recent discovery
f r the cure of all diseases of tht
stomnt !i and bowels. It not only
gives quick relief, but it makes per
it. Howards speeine nas neon so
remarkably successful in curing con
stipation, dy -pepr ia and all lier trou
uies, mat tlie Harper House mar
ina cy is willing to return the price
paid n every ease where it does not
1 ne oiu-iasnionen iiea 01 dosing
with mineral waters, cathartic pills or
harsh purgatives will soon lie a thing
of the past. The best physicians art
prescribing Dr. Howard's specific be
cause it really gives the desired re
suits and on account of the small and
pleasant dose that is needed.
Land Excursions to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock .Island System
April j and 19. lor further particu
lars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
. Skinner Building.
HENRY J. GRIPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street. Moline. III.
NEY and .
All diseases of Kidneys,
Al- Rheumatism, Back
Droos 7. Female TrouDies
Don't become discouraged
There is a
cure for vou. If necessary write lJr. i-enner.
lie liu.-t t-pent a life time curing ut iuch
Cantrt as yours. AH coubuitatiots Frie.
"ftr. FennorX Kidney and BacVache Cur!
!s !iie cause of my lx:in aliro to-day. I bad
sutTervil preatly of kidney disease for years
id(! rmuci-il In w eight to UK pounds. 1 no
V. II. MctiCGIN. Olive Furnace. C
r M. .yy. ti. Ask for Cook Book Free.
For eale by Harper Revise Pharmacy
and Canode'a Phavmaey.
Jf . s-v
Py doing good work. P.y using good materials. Py using painless 4
methods. Dy treating a'l alike; we have no favorites. Children are J
given the best of care and treatment. We make tine price to all.
Plates from .:." up; Crowns from to SS; aluirdnum lined Plates
$10. Fillings ?l and up. Cleaninsr, free; also extracting. Call and see
Open Every Evening and Sunday.
Old 'phone ireen '221.
OVER P. A. FINXK'S
The Road For You
Is tlie 0110 most travelers use
11. D. MACE.
Gen'I Agent A. T. & S. V. IV v.
Scenery and service
will please yon.
Chair cars are
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Take tlie California limited via Santa Fe for
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
A MODEL BATH
H. E. CASTEEL,
! Central Trust s Savings Bank
J ROCK ISLAND, ILL..
V INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock 8100.O0O. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposit!.
C. J. Larkin. ' II. II. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
.7. .7. La Velle, Mary E. Robinson, John Schafer,
IL E. Casteel, E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heagy,
L. D. Mudge, II. W. Tremann, II. 15. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We net as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
y tgent for non-residents, women,
One side of oar Rug; the other ia
R.OCK ISLAND RUG CO
1th Ave, i:K-k Lland. Old
Who Can Guess
have met with such sneces 4
in Rock Island?
We Will Tell You.
lfilO'. Second Avenue. V
SHOE STOKE. "
are absent when our customers 0
foregather and discuss the merits )i)
of our clarets, saut ernes, llurgnn- )
dies and tther wines to sav mdh- fj
ing of our liquors and cordials.
Made to suit and sold to Miit.
There isn't a .single sign of discern
tent wrapped about a bottle lcav- ti
ing this place.
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ZHWr.:M ltl.-i U.lm-c .Itiiinir fill
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Should be installed in every residence.
They are not as expensive as they ap
pear, and when once installed, with
proper sanitary plumbing, will soon
repay the outlay in health and a saving
of doctor's bills. Now that spring
is at hand, do not delay, but come
and see me or drop me a line and I
will gladly call and give you an esti
mate on whatever plumbing you have
to do, absolutely free of charge.
Tel. union or call J.'lHi Third
avenue. Selling agents for the great
"Iilock" gas light.
ijf'TJ T,,e 1uno,ans !irt
L I- 4 A nr,- I"i-ipi In I r
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMON,
invalids, and others.
Do It Now!
Telephone us to
call for your Car
pets and have
them cleaned, re
laid, and those old
Carpets worn Toy
beating (the old
way) made into
E E A UT I FUL E L'G S
i: , ' i
just like it.
'Phone i5YJ W; New 'Plume, 5001