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The Morrow Coaster Brake is the
parent cf all coaster brakes.
It was the. first ; it is the lst. .
The only coaster lrake that has
been gcxnl enough to need 110 change.
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Eclipso Manufacturing Co.,
Elciira, N. Y.
TO BE LOCAL BANKER
Phil Mitchell to Hereafter Dis
perse Funds for Woodmen
' ' Society.
Axorrr half million mohthly
Change Instituted by Mr. Smith,
New Head Banker of
When Head Banker-elect Smlth. of
Brook Bold, Mo., assumes office on the
16th of the present month a change
will be instituted in the method of
handling the funds of the Modern
Heretofore tho receipts of the or
der hare been forwarded from the
head oflice direct to the bead banker
who made all collections and bad
oharge of the entire amount cf the
funds. Through Mr Smith a new
order has been instituted.
Phil Mitchell is tu be appointed
local banker and hereafter the cash
log of money orders, checks and
drafts will bo attended to through
Mitchell & Lynde's bank and the pre
ceeds. with the exception of a irua!l
fund kept on deposit here, sent on
to the head banker.
Will Handle Urge Amount.
As the receipts of the order are in
the neighborhood of half a million
monthly, this will bring a rons der
ab'e amount of business to the insti
tution. The Rock Island postoflie. too,
will profit by the change. About a
million dollars' worth of money
orders will be brought here for col
lection annually. Mr. Mitchell, in his
capacity as local banker, will he re
quired to give a bond of 1200,000.
vlr. Smith will be hero early next
week to arrange for assuming his
Auditing; Hoard la Session.
The Woodmen board of auditors,
consisting of Emery Townscnd, of
Siginaw, Mich.; A. N. Bort, of Beloi';
F. . Parrott, of Clay Center, Kas ;
E. E. Georgia, of Muncie. Iud , andC.
G. Saunders, of Council Bluffs, met in
regular session at the Woodmen offices
ALL. AKOl'ND ANDALUSIA.
Andalusia. July 10 C. R Smith,
of Minneapolis, is visiting his mother.
John Britton and wife drove down
'rom Rock Island Sunday to spend
he day with relatives.
Mrs. Andrew Simmons and son,
VIbert, have been visiting in Illinois
Charles Dollerhide, of Davenport,
spent Sunday here.
Miss Doris Mosher rode down from
Milan on her bicycle Monday evening.
Mrs. Frank Westbay. of Rock Is
land, visited here last week.
Mrs. Laura Hudson returned to her
home in Iowa Jast week.
Miss Cora Daxon, of Milan, spent a
'ew days of last week with Miss Myr
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hayes, of Rock
Island, were in our village the Fourth.
Mra. Gregor, who has beeu visiting
Mrs. Erwin, returned to Muscatine
Mrs. J. H. Brook man and son, Rob
ert, have gone to Central City, Iowa,
to attend the wedding of J. II Brook
man, Jr., which takes place Wednes
day evening. July 10.
Telegraphing to Mar.
The cipcrlmenls In wireless tclgrapby
have met with such success that we can soon
bold communication wlih our plunetiry
neighbors. Science made wonderful strides
In the Isst balf of the nineteenth century, aid
probably will advance further In the next few
years. There Is one thlo, however, that
science cunnot Improve upon, and that is
Hosteller's btomaeb Hitters. Jtis the best
remedy In the world for stomach, liver and
bowel complaints, titty years of cures .stand
buck of It, and a fair trial will convince you
it baa no equal a a cure for Indigestion, dys
pepsia, constipation, biliousness or kidney and
liver troubles. It bIho prevent malaria, fever
and f true. Be sure to have the Hitters always
on hand and thus avoid any serious Illness
IsnflaBninatary Rheumatism Cared la
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind. ,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rhenmatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most lieyond recognition; bad been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no lonctit until
she tried tho Mystic Curo for Rheu
matism. It gave ini media to relief
and sho was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Ladles Can Wear Shoe
One size smaller after using Allen's
root-Ense, a powder to be shaken into
the flhoep. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatett
comfort discovery of the age. Cons
and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot-
Ease is a certain cuie for sweating,
hot, aching feet. At all druggists and
shoe stores, 25 cents. Trial package
free by mail. Address Allen S.
Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y. '
Those famous llttlo pill i, De Witt's
Little Early Risers, compel your liver
and bowels to do their duty, thus
giving you pure, rich blood to re
cu per ate your body. Are easy to
take. Never gripe. B. II. Bieber and
Uartz & Ullemeyer.
PORT BYRON NEWS POINTS
Breezy Notes and Ooaslp tiatbered lo Up
per End Town.
Tort Byron. July 11 Mr. and Mrp.
F. 11. Scaafer. of Malta, cauio to visit
relatives in Port Byron.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Trent, of Dav
enport, Sundayed with relatives.
Miss Elsie Fleming was visited
Tuesday by Miss Minnie Good, of
Mrs. John Maxwell was taken very
sick, but now she is reported to be
James Gibson is being visited by
his daughter, Mrs. Etta Morgan, for
the summer. 1
Mrs. William Nicholson, who has
been under the doctor's care for
blood poisoning. Is better.
Dr. and Mrs. II C. Trent, of Rock
Island, came upland Sundayed with
Dr. Trent's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sad J oris have
returned from their trip to tho Buf
Said an experienced farmer of Coe
township, "I am afraid our oats will
ba a failure this year. They are ripen
Henry Saddoris. of Coe, is expect
ing bis brother and two grand chil
dren from DiWitt, Iowa, who will visit
for a couple of weeks.
Two games of biteball were played
on tho Fourth. The game between
Davenport and Tort Byron Blues re
rulted in favor of the Blues by a
score of 15 to 5. The game between
Cordova and Zama was 20 to 2-1 in
fivor of Zuma.
A Isrge number of people attended
the tri-township Suaday sol col pic
nic the Fourtn, the country people
going mostly in their own convey
ances, and townspeople by the gasc
line launch and the J. S. Rev. Har
per opened the proceedings by pray
er, the school children gave re ita
tlons and sang a chorus interspersed
with music by Strasser'a band, of
Davenport. Mm. Dr. S nsibaugh
read the declaration of independence,
and Rev. McCulloch. of Rock Island,
was c hif f orator of tho day.
Mrs J. W. Cox. who was taken fur
treatment to St Anthony's hospital.
Rock Island, is reported to be doing
nicely, and it is thought she will be
able to be brought home la a week or
The friends of Prof. S. M Codding
ton will be pleased to learn that out of
30 applicants for principal of schools
of Bancroft. I iwa, he was elected at
an advance in salary. .
Wednesday last Prof. Mussoy left for
his home in Atkinson, III.
MUSINGS ABOUT MILAN.
Hreezy News Notes sad I'ersoaals Froiu
Town on Hennepin.
Milan, July 11.. James Gan
non has been promoted to section
boss. Thomas Griflia, the old boss,
has charge of a gang of men at Coal
Miss Jessie Matthews, returned Sat
urday from a visit at Galva and Cam
Miss Sadio Heath is spending a fow
days with her friend. Miss Rosine
Tbacher. at Cambridge.
G W. Smith left Wednesday for rUt
toon, N. M , where he has taken a
position on the Santa Fe road.
Charles Ringoid is nursing a sore
hand due to his patriotic proclivities
on Independence day.
Albert (foben, who has been having
a siege of typhoid fever, is Improving
nicely and hopes to soon be around,
James Taylor, familiarly known as
"Scotch" Taylor, is lying very low
with infirmities of age at his home in
Henry Rohlf and John Bruce, of
Davenport, wero . visiting friends in
The little critter known as tho an
opbelcs quadrimaculatus is getting in
his work in good shape these warm
Mrs J. H. Colby, of Kockfnrd, and
Mrs. J. C. Lilly , of Marion, Kas., sis
ters of Mrs. E L. Rhoadarmer, have
returned home after a visit here.
The W. M. B. society cf the M. E.
church will serve refreshments at the
O.angemen's picnic, the 12th.
Myron Rqsocrans, of Albany, was
calling 00 old friends hero for a few
Mrs. D. W. Matthews is ou the sik
list this week.
Mcsdamcs Rhoadarmer, Wiggins,
Jjhnson and White took advantage
of the excursion Tuesday and made
a trip to Galva.
July 10 S B. Davis to Goorge W.
Osboro. lot 3, Woodland, South Mo
line. t; too.
Constance K. Guyer to J. R. Kim
ball, lot 2'), block 6, Fatrmouot add.,
Manfoid Blair to William . Braun
warth. undi. nc. nej. 14. 16. 6w,
and nj astesor's plat, let 6, 14. 16.
bw. loci, sej, sej. 14, 16. 6 w, $200.
County Clerk to JH. Bendle, ej,
nej. nwj. und 1-9, part lot 1, 12,
C. H. Pope to Lucy Mills, part lot
8, LeClaire's reserve, $350.
White Man Tarn art Yellow.
Groat consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. llogarty, of Lexing
ton. Ky., when they saw be was turn
inr veilnw. Ills skin slowly chanced
color, also his eyes, and he suffered
terribly, ma maiaay was yenow
jaundice. He was treated by the
best doctors, but without benefit.
Then he was advised to try Electric
Bitters, the wonderful stomach and
iver remedy, and he writes: "After
taking two bottles I was - wholly
cured." A trial proves its matchless
merit for all stomach, liver and kid
ney trouhles. Only 50 cents. Sold
Uartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
TWO RURAL ROUTES
To Be Established in Upper and
Lower End of the
WORD lEOM CONGRESSMAN PEIK0E
Department at Washington Year
Behind With the Pe
titions. " Tho department at Washington in
charge of the establishment of rural
mail delivery routes is a year behind
in its consideration of the petitions.
Several petitions have been sent in
from this county and the people who
signed them are beginning to wonder
whether they have gone astray.
It is now announced through Con
gressman Prince that two new routes
are to be established in this county
shortly, probably one in the upper
en i and one in the lower. Action on
the other petitions will probably be
postponed Indefinitely. An inspector,
whose duty it is to pick out the most
feasible routes from among those pe
titioned for, is now in this district
and will be in this county in a few
South Rock Island Koata.
There is a disposition on the part
of the postofnee ollioials to dispose of
the route asked for in South Rock
Island as a suburban route, rather
than a rural one. This would place
its establishment and operation under
different regulations, and mignt lead
to the installing of a branch oflice,
tributary to the Ruck Island oflice,
somewhere south of town. When
the inspector arrives the classification
of this territory win prooaDiy De set
tled. Uoold Here.
Guy Gould, for over 20 years in
spector in charge of the United States
secret work in connection with the
postoftico department with head
quarters at Chicago, and recently pro
moted to the position of inspector of
salaries and allowances, is in the In
cities on official business.
Cordova. July 11. Misses Julia
and Mamie Hunt are visiting their sis
ter, Mrs. U. Dnrant.
Miss Georgia Haynes returned from
E'gin Sunday for a month's stay at
Born, Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Augustus Haack, a son.
Mrs. William McCauley and family,
of Rock Island, are visiting relatives
and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs W. B Pinneo, of Mo
line, spent a few days of last week
Frank Wilson spent the Fourth
Miss Ada Parks came home from
Rock Island for the Fourth.
Mrs. Amos Maynard ana daughter,
Maud, of Cjlorado Springs, Col., are
the guests of Mrs. R J. R- Baker.
Millard Spoor met with quite an ac
cident early Fourth of July morning.
While igniting a large firecracker in
a tin can it exploded, hitting him in
the face. Several stitches were taken
in his nose and it was feared his sight
bad been destroyed, but happily not.
Mrs. George Bryan and Mrs. A.
Davison arc visiting friends in Daven
port. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cool and Miss
Nellio Sallows left last week for Col
orado, where tbey will spend a few
A. Bruner and wife, from Iowa, are
visiting with W. S. Bruner and fain,
Mrs. Foek spent Monday and Tues
day in Rock Island.
Mrs. Mate Marshall is visiting in
Summer complaint is unusually
prevalent among children this season.
A well developed case in the writer's
family was cured last week by the
timely use of Chamberlain s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one
of the best patent medicines manu
factured and which is always kept on
hand at the home of ye scribe. This
is not intended as a free puff for the
company, who do not advertise with
us, but to benefit the little sufferers
woo may not be within easy access of
a physician. No family should be
without a bottle of tb,ls medicine in
the bouse, especially in summer time.
Lansing, Iowa, Journal. For salo
by all druggists.
I wish to truthfully Btate to you
and the reader of those few lines that
your Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is without
question the best and only cure for
dyspepsia that I' havo ever come in
contact with, and I havo used many
other preparations." John Beam,
West Middle&ex, Pa. No preparation
equals Kodol Dysp'psia Cure, as it
contains all too natural cugesranis. 11
will digest all kinds of food and can't
help bnt do you good. B. II. Bieber
and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Licensed to Wed.
Kdd E. Akevson Galesbonr
Miss Kugenia Kiison jiebur
Phil O well ....unicso
K'Lss Clara liorrell
. ...ftook island
For 40 years Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry has been coring
summer complaint, dysontcry, diar
rhoea, bloody flux pain in the stom
ach, and it has never yet faUed to do
everything claimed for it.
A household necessity Dr. Thom
as' Electric Oil. Deals burns, cots,
wounds of any sort; cures sore throat,
croup, catarrh, asthma; never fails.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
TTT - wl 1 1 - XV
Top Notch Values in Shoes at Must Go Prices.
All Summer Shoes are coing at prices that will
make you take them. Come now and get su
perb values at warm weather figures.
YOUBS FOE UTAIfg. TJEXjUsTG-.
Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Furniture Makes the Home.
'The cottage was a thatched one"
only tells again that the interior
is tbe important thing. You can
not always control the architect
ure, but you can choose the fur
niture. Sec that it is harmon
ious, graceful and comfortable.
Seo that you buy of us.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
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Where opportunities for increase in value are most favorable, ard
where there can be no loss. Investors who desire to build cottapes,
or workmen desiring to purchase homes at East Moline can secure
interesting information by addressing us. Write us for price and
terms on business and residence lots in East Moline.
EAST MOLINE COMPANY.
. 1. T. Kobissom, President I- D. Mcdgs, Vie President H. K. Oabtml, Osstier
Gintral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
CapiUt 8tock, 3100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
F.statea and property of all kinds are managed by this department
Which ia kept entirely separate from the banking businesa of the company
we act as executor of and trustee nnder Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent lor
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
for the Ladies
are now much sought at our footwear
headquarters. Coming to us for cool,
easy, elegant and fashionable shoes is
as natural as going to a tree for shade.
These pretty creations for pretty feet,
light and graceful as a waltz, have
awakened a fnsilade of wistful glance 1
culminating in purchase at the neat
est little prices now offered in ladies'
oxfords and strap sandals in great
1705 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday