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WOMAN" A 1ST ID CHILD
Who ia obliged to be 6a his crber feet certainly is in danger of
kidney trouble. ,.
The military man. the shop girl, the car man, the housewife,
the clerk, all fetl tbe siraia upon the kidneys caused by
standing occupations ,
Firt come lassitude, then pains in the ba k. then stomach
trouble, then urinary disturbances, then biliouaue'ss, then
gloomy spells and other troubles. They multiply.
The kidneys are breaking down graver troubles ahead
Bright's Disease threatens.
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Nervous &nrJ Private
?H 1 Diseases
of Both Sexes.
jut Sleeuie Macnina to.
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NEBVOU3 DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.eBsness, Threatened Iaaao
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v AJUCOCKLE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trea
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" . Taxes Doe. .
The real and personal taxes for the
year 1900 are due. Parties owing
personal tax having no real estate
will be expected to make immediate
payment. The law in regard to the
collection of personal taxes will be
strictly enforced. Personal property
tax should be paid without delay to
save costs, trouble, etc. Oflice with
Hull & Hcmenway. real estate and in
surance agents, room 15, Mitchell &
Lyodo building. '
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A very funnj Parf-ian vaudeville
by Georges Feydeau is to be the nov
elty at the Burtis opera house tonight,
with Hatlie Williams - as the very
fiUky Moulin Rouge griaette, who
gives the p!ay Its title. Thomas
Barns will enact the part of Dr l'ety
pnnt. a staid old physician, who, for
once in hi9 life, goes on a 'rack'et.1'
and wakes up the next morning to
find this casual damsel of his night
before racke.i" asleep in his own
room at home. Luckily for the pro
prieties he himself wakes up on the
adjoining sofa and seeks to get out of
the scrape But the "girl from
Maxim's" cannot find her gown, and
in the end, to delude hi friends, the
uqbappy sinner is obliged to palm
her off as his wife. Thus she comes
to attend a wedding in the Tourainc
chateau of Gen. Petypont, where she
teaches the young: ladies of Touraine
to kick and otherwise imitate what
they take to be her rnolcl Paris' aa
graces of high society etiquette. The
entire cast is a splendid one. The
Criterion theatre, New York, produc
tion will be sec here.
Otis Skinner, the young romantic
actor, so popular in this city, comes
to the Burtis opera house tomorrow
evening, supported by his own clever
company, iacluding Miss Maud Dur
bin, George Nttsh. Frank Nylvester,
Kugeue Ebtrle. Alfred E I wards and
some twenty-live others, in a dramati
zatijn of Robert Louis Stevenson's
popular story, "Prince Otto." Usu
ally men and women are in love prior
to contracting marriage, but ofttimes
it happens in real life that a married
couple only fall desperately iu love
with another after marriage. To
have this placed before the public in
a dramatic form is somewhat daring,
for it . is in direct opposition to the
tenets of the stage, which demand
that tho hero apd heroine should fall
in love and to all intents and purposes
marry in sight of the audience. So
cleverly has Mr. Stevenson handled
this subject-matter that the story is
as great and favorite today with the
reading public as it was at the time
of its publication, and so charmingly
is the love story told that there is no
reason why it should not appeal to all
the lovers of the romantic drama.
Where, when and how the late
Charlie" Hoyt secured titles for his
many farcial skits has long bacn a
source of wonderment to manv.
Hoyt was a native of Charlcstown, N.
II , bis father having been the propri
etor of the Eagle hotel, a'representa
tive institution whose fame has spread
far and wide. The elder Hoyt had for
a neighbor one Si Stebbins,.sole owner
of the only department store of which
Charlcstown could boast. Any old-
lime citizen of Cbarlestown could spit
from Stebblns' store to the pirch of
Hoyt s hospitable Inn, end when busi
ness was dull, Sttbbins, together with
the other inhabitants of Cnarlestown.
formed a merry circle about the stove
in the spacious olnce of the palatial
Eigle. 'Twas the day following the
election for the nation s chief ollicers.
Politicians the states over awaited the
news of victory or defeat. This same
suspense existed in the hearts of those
forming the conventional circle about
tho stove Reports indicated a repub
lican landslide, and bteobins and tho
eider Uoyt were up in arms, so to
speak. Vehement denunciation led to
worse, and ere lone language of a
very forceful nature was reported to,
the final dim ix being reached when
old man Stebbins exclaimed; "Any
man who will vote
republican ticket aint
got no more sense than a holo in the
srround." Tbo sentence brought
Charlie Hovt to his feet. His counte
nance bore a look of content, for ho
bad found a new title "A Hole in tho
Ground" for his latest corned v,
which is to be presented at Harper's
theatre nextaunday evening.
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for tho
widow of the brave Gen. Burnham, of
Machias, Me., when tho doctors said
she would die from pneumonia before
morning." writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln,
who attended her that fearful night,
but she begged, for Dr. King's New
Discovery, which had more than once
saved her life, and cured her of .con
sumption. After taking, she slept
all night. Further use entirely cured
her." This ' marvelous medicine is
guaranteed to cure all throat, chest
and lung diseases. Only 50 cents and
tl. Trial bottles . free at UarU &
Ullemeyer'a drug store.
It has been fully demonstrated that
Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for
nasal catarrh and cold in the bead.
This distinction has been achieved
only as the result of continued suc
cessful use. A morbid condition of
the membrane in the nasal passages
can be cured by this purifying and
healing treatment. Sold by drug
gists, or it will be mailed for 50 cents
bv, Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street.
New York. It spread over the mem
brane, is absorbed and relief is imme
diate. ' Recent experiments show that all
classes of foods may be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the only
combination of all the natural digest
ants ever devised, the demand for it
has become enormous. B. 11 Biebcr
and Hartz & Uilemeyer. -
. cor unr Jrirty ian -Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Rock Island Karat Kecerres Victorious at
The Rack Island and Moliae Naval
Reserves played a game of basketball
at the Armory last evening, in which
the former were victorious. The
victors had the game well in hand
from the start and the score was 19
toll. The lineup was:
Hock lilantl. 1'vtHi m. MiAine.
Jens ...c Gamble
Tubbs rf Strand
Mi lor 1 f LunUr-rg
Barber .. T a. .... Hvde
Lundberg 1 g Venaman
Kereree, al Ulir; umpires, Terry and Hake.
Following the above game another
team of tbo Rack Island Naval Re
serves played Company A, the former
winning, 14 to 12, in a lively rough
and tumble game.
Feb 5 Reuben Blanchard to Sarah
A. McKinley. lot 13. Martha A. Rod
man's add., lioct island, f 2,uu.
Charles Leenknechtto Sidonie Lcen-
knecht. lot 1, block 1, Blackman's
add., Moline. $1.
Susan F. Whaley to Charles El ward
Smith and Chester William Smith,
nw! 25 and nel wl. 25; lot 2, sel.
25 and lot 2. nej. 27. 10. 6 v. fl.
Lomond H. Noble to Chester W.
Smith and Charles E. Smith, nw, 25,
nel. sw 25; lot 2, no 27; lot 2, se 22,
16. 6w, f I.
Feb 2 Marie Annie Otzen to Jus
tus D Tavlor, s 40 feet lot 13, block
3, Btrth & Babcock'd add., Rock Isl
Masonic Mutual Savings and Loan
association to Matthew Farmer, lot 3,
block 177, town of East Moline,
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
Kcuiedy Which Baa KevolntlonUed the
Treatment of Stomach Trouble..
The remedy is not heralded as a
wonderful discovery nor yet a secret
patent medicine, neither is it claimed
to cure anything except dyspepsia,
indigestion and stomach troubles
with which nine out of ten suffer.
The remedy is in the form of pleas
ant tasting tablets or lozenges, con
taining vegetable and fruit essences,
pure aseptic pepsin (government
test), golden seal and diastase. The
tablets are sold by druggists under
the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. Many interesting experiments
to test the digestive power of Stuart's
Tablets show that one grain of the
active principle contained in them is
sufficient to thoroughly digest 3.000
grains ot raw meal, eggs and other
Stuart's Tablets do not act upon
the bowels like after dinner pills and
cheap cathartics, which simply irri
tate and iutlime the intestines with
out haviDg any effect whatever in
digesting food or curing indigestion.
If the stomach can be rested and
assisted in the work of digestion it
will very ' soon recover its ' normal
vigor, as no organ is so mach abused
and overworked as the stomach.
This is the secret, if there is any
secret, of the remarkable success of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a remedy
practically unknown a few years ago
and now the most widely known of
any treatment for stomach weakness.
This success has been secured en
tirely upon its merits as a digestive
pure and simple, because there can
be no stomach trouble if the food is
Stuart' Dyspepsia Tablets act en
tirely on the food eaten, digesting it
completely, so that It can bo assim
ilated into blood, nerve and tissue.
They cure dyspepsia, water, brash,
sour stomach, gas and bloating after
meals, because they furnish the di
gestivc.power which weak stomachs
lack, and unless that lack is supplied
it is useless to attempt tu cure by the
use of "tonics." "pUls"aJbd cathartics
which have absolutely no digestive
Stuart's Dyspepsia -Tablets can be
found at all drug stores and the regu
lar use of one or two of them after
meals will demonstrate their merit
better than all other argument.
It Kxcels Erery thing.
The Chicago and Florida Spe
cial" the first solid Pullman
train ever run, Chicago to Flor
ida, consisting of magnificent
Pullman sleepers, dining and ob
servation cars," goes into service
Jan. 14 Only one night but, 32
hours to St. Augustine via Big Four,
Penn. lines, Monon-C. II. & D., Queen
& Crescent. Southern railway. Plant
System and Fla. East Coast railway.
Full particulars at the ticket offices of
any of the lines named.
Bow to Care the Grip.
Remain quietly at home and take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as di
rected and a quick recovery is sure to
follow. That remedy counteracts
any tendency of the grip to result in
pneumonia, which is really tb,e only
serious danger. Among the tens of
thousands who bave used it for the
grip not one case has ever been re
ported that did not recover. , For
sale by all druggists. ,
It Will Surprise YonTry It.
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh and is worth its weight in
gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all that
is claimed for it. B. W. Sperry,
My son was afflicted with catarrh.
He used Ely's Cream B)lm and the
disagreeable catarrh all left him. J.
C Oimstead, Arcols, III.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists a, 50
cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 5t
Warren street. New York.
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases. B. II.
Bieber and Hartz & Uilemeyer.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
$27.30 to New Orleans and return
Feb. 11 to 17 via K. I. & P. railway,
account Mardi Gras. New service and
The Burlington will have on sale
tickets to New Orleans and return,
acceunt Mardi (iras. Feb. 11 to 17 in
clusive, at f 27.30, by all direct routes.
Tickets good returning until March 7.
The Burlington will have on sale
January l6t and 15th, and February
5th and 10th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
(2) for the round tiip to various
points in the north, south and west.
Thcrt? Arc Thome Who Become Slaves
to Tliin Nerve Soothing; Food.
TLe manufacture of chocolate," said
J. R. Auso of Urazil, "is a great indus
try, , Of all the chocolate beans Import
ed iuto tlie UuittHl States two-thirds go
to one firm in liostou, and the other
third is distributed among the other
manufacturer!;. The chocolates sold
are of various grades. The Caracas
chocolate is supposed to bo the best.
"If you take the various grades, tech
nically known as the Caracas, the
l'rench, the German and so ou, and
take a piece of each and place them in
a pan of water and allow them to dis
solve, any export will toll j-ou which is
tho best chocolate. The better grades
will leave no sediment. The others
will. This is explained by the fact
that in the cheaiwr grades the shell is
ground up and used as a 'liller.' The
lighter the chocolate the better the
grade. Tho cheaper grades are dark
owing to the ground up shell.
"It is a queer thing altout chocolate
consumption. There are chocolate
fiends, just as there aro opium fiends,
tobacco slaves and liquor slaves. I
cannot tell you why it i. but if people
begin to oat chocolate tho habit grows
upon them. I don't thick any amount
of chocolate hurts any person. Of
course the oheaper grades of chocolate
have a large percentage of sugar iu
thorn, aud sugar is to a certain ex
tent injurious, but for the chocolate
itself I don't think any one cats
enough to hurt him materially. In
contradistinction to the exhilaration of
alcoholic drinks chocolate seems to be
n soother. Persons who are nervous
and irritable find it n food that In a
way ca'.nis and soothes and satisfies
them. It is queer, but it is the truth.
The -consumption of chocolate Is in
creasing enormously in the United
States." New York Tribune.
Working Klzhtand Iy.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Tills. These pills
chaoge weakness into strength, list
lessness into energy, brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building up the health. Only 25
cents per box. Sold by Hartz &
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to pale, sickly, suffering women.
- "Hlidyan cures." These are certainly words of welcome as
they are indeed words of trutfr. Hudyan does core and permanently,
too. Women who suffer with headaches, as in figure J; hollow eyes
oe dark rings around eyes as in figure 2; pale, thin, dragged looking
face as in figure 3; coated tongue as in figure 4; palpitation of the heart
as in figure 5 indigestion as in figure 6 need Hudyan. All these
symptoms are secondary to female complaint female weakness and
are forerunners of more serious disorders. Hudyan cures leucorrhoea
(whites), irregular periods, profuse or scanty menses, nervousness, sleep
lessness, backache, pain over abdomen, dragging pains, bearing down
pains, weak kidneys, disordered liver, constipation, and those troubles
due to. uterine or ovarian disorders.
Hudyan will not disappoint you. It will give you bright, sunny
feelings. You will soon be as cheerful and as happy as you were wont
to be. Your disposition will be sweet once more.
Hudyan brings the roses to pale cheeks.
Hudyan imparts strength and tone to the entire system. It would not pay to
tell you that Hudyan will help these conditions if it were not true. You have
friends, you will tell them that Hudyan helps Hudyan cures; these friends will
use perhaps. Hudyan is a good remedy in cases of disordered stomach or im
paired digestion. Hudyan is especially good in cases of constipation and heavy,
dizzy headaches. A new sparkle is seen in the eye no dull eyes when you use
Hudyan. No crosses too beavy to bear. No load of care too burdensome. The
life and light get once more into your body. You walk, talk and act with vim and
vigor. When you notice a big change in yourself, tell your friends. It is the
truth, Hudyan does relieve and help and cure. Hudvan can be had at nearly
all drug stores for Fifty Cents n Package Six Packages, $2.50.
If your druggist don't keep Hudyan send direct to
Hudyan Remedy Company.
The Hudran doctor, may ba
consulted Iree of charge.
UADT7 A II! I CMCViTP Druggists,
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n vnti have periodical Dains? Do
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Do you appreciate what perfect health would be to you? After
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which are not noticeable at first, but day by day steadily grow
into troublesome complications. Wine of Cardui, used hist be
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Cairo. Ky.. Sept 6. 18 W.
I take pleasure in writing a few lines in praise of your won
derful medkine. Wine of Cardui. It is the best medicine I ever
heard of. I am thirty-six years old and have been sick all my life.
I had dozen doctors, but none of them did me any good. I have
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BIack.DraughL t have been married six years and have a baby
five years old. I had womb and kidney trouble. My monthly pe
riod was so bad that sometimes it came twice a month. I was too
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the bottle f Wine of Cardui. Now I am up and can do most of
my work. When I was tick I could not sleep at night I sleep
well at night now. A friend f mine advised meto use Black
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In cmcs requlrmffsiwiiil direcUon. art drew.
giTine symptom. "The Ladies' Advisory oa
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Central . Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
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Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estates -and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
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we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardiaa
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
on-reaidents, women, invalids and others. .
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San Francisco. Cal.
If you socnt daoger in your sur
roundings or your system our medi
cines will afford the remedy.
This is very good weather for colds.
We can cure yours in a few days.
Reliable White Pine cough syrup will
do it. Trice 25c.
To strengthen after tho "grip" lake
our Phosphated Beef, Iron and Wine
75c pint. It has helped others and
will help you.
Our remedies are pure, reliable and
always give results.
Your physician's prescriptions are
compounded by ourselves.
vou have frequent
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