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THE AUGHJS, FRIDAY, 3IABCII - 7, -1902.
)HERE is only one
there are many kinds of soap. There is
only one destination, but there are many
paths that lead to it. If you want the short
est and safest road to Cleanliness, it is paved with
Ivory Soap. Neither man nor clothes ever get
beyond the cleansing power of Ivory Soap. Its rich,
creamy lather extracts every particle of dirt ; but
it stops at the dirt ! Ivory Soap it floats.
ASPIJTWALL NAMED TO
FILL PONTIAC VACANCY
(iov. Yates has iHiiitc(l ex-State
Senator Homer F. A.-pinvv a II. of Free
port, a member of 1 1n hoard of man
agers of the state reformatory at
J'olitiae. to succeed John .1. Lane, of
Chicago, resigned. Mr. Aspinwail
Mas formerly a member or" this hoard,
lint rc.-inril iiiit' months airo io be
come mmti liirv of the state board of
live stock commissioners.
Ilis appointment vviil re.-nll in a de
cision in the ease of l)r. Marshall,
who has liecn on trial ln-fore the
hoard on charges of misconduct, on
which the board has failed to reat h
mi agreement. No annoiineeinent has
yet Keen imkic us to Apiiivvall s suc
cessor as secretary of the live- stork
The governor Iia5 appointed ticorge
V. Moore, of .laeksonv ille. trustee of
the institution for the hlind to suc
ceed V. L. Fay. who has been trans
ferred to the hoard of trustees of the
central hospital for the insane.
Mother .Vow's tin time to have
your little ones take llocky Mountain
Tea. Keeps them, well all the year,
(in-at medicine for cliiUrcii. li'm.
T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS, $5
J. R.AMSER, MAM
Tax I'nrrhawr'ii 'tlrr.
Rock filand. 111., March . life
Tn Pete' Mae. Charlen Ueoiue (' l. kill
James Grady and all unkcown od iotrrcucc
You are hereby colltlea that at a sale of
real etate made tor i-h enunty collector at
the courl htue in hock Islano. In Ine court
fif Koelc I land. Htate of ll.lnol, 01 tbclltb
day of June A i . IHO. C. W. Welton pur
cbaaed tne following tieserlbed re-1 estate,
situated in a3id county, for the do rju-nt
taxe. intrrcst and cooih dun tnerei n fur tbe
year lasi. lo-wlt: 8. r w I. -JO. 2e. for general
fi: uod. nw. aw. :ifi, it, :'et(tow,iii.I
20, "e. forcrainKe tar.
All above lrds aiiua(cd in Cordora towc
nh'p Hixrk 'nland county, ll lnoli Ihetitn
all)wpd ty :iw for tbe rrdrmpt Ion of aid
real c state w 11 ex pi e tn lb 1 1 h day of June,
A. U, 1W3. C W. Wri.ToN.
Fotate of Gecrice C. Duiroano. deceased.
Tbe underalKaed. hat'ui been at pointed
executor of the lat wtil and tefttamrnt of
CleoTgo C IK rmanr . late of the County of Kock
Iland. Stale of Illinois, deot iwd. hereby
trlyeaoodce that be will ap -ear before tbe
; tty 'ourt .f Kuck lslacd County, atlbe
County Court room, in tbe Itr of Hock I
lacd. at tbe April term, on the tir-t Morday In
Apnine t at which tim 1 a i penion hvicg
claims airalDst aiid eatate are notltled nd re
quested hi at eia fvr the purpose of having
toe tamft adjusted All praorjn I'deKted Jio
a!d estate are riueated to make immediate
pavm tit to the undcralirncd-
fatcd this 3t-tta day cf January a r. ID'S
Tax Pnrrhaaer'a Notice.
To Join K. HU .worth. John H Wilson. Rock
Rircr Navinf Ion and Water Power company
and aJl unknown and intereted parlies:
You are hereby notified that at a Male of
r al estate made ty tbe nouuty coll-ctor, t
lh court hounn in Kock Islnd. In the county
of Kock Hand, stat- of Jl tools, on the Htn
day of Jiu e, A. D , V. W Welton pa -rbased
tbe fni'owlo;r described real estate
situated In lilack Hawk, towcahlp. In said
eonnty. fur tbe dr lioouent tun, interest an
cota due theron ffcr the j car lt8. to-wlr:
Lo'aH w and 10. Assessor's Plat 1H7U, sec 3,
two. IT. ranee 2w.
Tbe time allowed br law for tbe redemption
of said teal csttt will expire on tbe 11th day
or June. a. U, iwi
C. W Welton.
kind of Cleanliness, but
FOR JOHN HOUSEWORTH
ter from .1. II.
is in receipt of a let
Chit worth. Willow
w liereahonts of one
.lohn lloiiscvv irt h. wh
resided in some part
ahoiit An years atro.
I louscvv ort h holds an
it is claimed
if this county
It seems that
interest in an
state that l.s hem
settled up at
Headache often results from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach
and constipation of the bowels. A
tlose or two of Chamberlain's Stom
ach ami Liver Tablets will correct
these disorders ami cure the head
ache. Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. (". II. Van Ileiiscn. of Kilhoiirn,
Wis., was afflicted with stomach
trouble and constipation for a It tup
time. She says: "I have tried many
preparations, hut none have done me
the good that Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets have." These,
tablets are for sale at all drug
stores. Price ".1c. Samples free.
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. Tickets on ale
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anil all trains
MARCH 9, 1902
For full information anl particulars,
call on or atUlress
AL.I.KN M. NYU, T. V. A.
Jackson &, Hurst. Attorneys. ,
State of Illinois. 1
Bock Inland tjounty. f
In the Circuit Court la Chancery
Tbe Hume UuLdin? and fx;io AUJCiaUon of
Maty Jane Murray and William H, Murray.
No 41 Koreelr.sure.
Notioe In hereby giyea that by virtue of a
Decree of said Court, entered In tbe above
entitled cau.se. on tbe 8th day cf February a.
I) , 1003, I anal1, on Saturday, tbe 'Jnd day of
March. A. U . at the hour of f wo o'clock
In tbe afternoen, at tbe East Itnor of tbe
Court Hous-. in the i-y ot ock Idand. in
tbe County of Kock Idand. and State of Illi
nois afcresld to satisfy said Decee. hell at
Publi t Vendue to the highest biad r. for own
In band, tbat certain paroel cf land situate la
tbe County of Rock Inland and Htate of Hit -nol.
known and described as follows, to-wit:
The Kast Ninety o0) feet of Lota So. One
(!) and T (t) In Klook No. Two (it in ilea
1 Kir I Adnition to tbn City ot Molina
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, tbia 21st day of
February, A. It., I-
WaLtbr J. Cktrikiw,
Master In Chancery, Hock Island County, Illi
nois. Jackson & Hurst, Complainant's Sol'ciiors.
r. ' a
TaJes of Theatre.
People who patronize entertain
nients tif the t.vjH Kiiejited by the
American UurleMiuers. tlie fTerin
Inst ni-ht ut the Illinois
have, as a rule, no occasion to frown
if their higher Kensiliilit ics are shock
ed. The Khiiw in particular, however,
f rimsceniled nnvthinir in the line of
stare lroluet ions seen in Kock I
land liefore, btith in dialogue and sit
uations. It was an exhibition of the
lower tlepths of obscenity to which
creatures if either sex could descend
an apreation of foul-mout lied
and viilfjar-act inr n-.en and jrraceless
women.- In the erforinance were
two vaudeville acts introducing' such
clever team work as to afford a sad
commentary on the associations with
wnicn renins may tie tnrowu 111 con
tact before the footlights. The per
formance, taken as a whole, was one
of those exhibitions of detreneracv
hat fortunately are few.
10 tne credit of tlie- t heat re 111 a 11-
ao-ement. lie it said, that when it
learned of the racy character of th
show, notice was (riven to the at
taches of the house to admit no la-
lies to the performance.
For the time beinjr IJarnev (Jilmort'
has turned his back 011 his old love
farce comedy, and has for the past
three seasons been touring1 the coun
trv in the successful comedv-drama.
Kidnapped in New York." In his
role of "Doolev." the dcteclive, he
has cored one of the greatest sue
cetses of Ins career, rn-veral verv
lever specialties are introduced, and
all in nil this be one of the best
nlertainments otiereil here this sea
son. "Knlnappeil will lie presented
here on Sunday.
A mairnificent special product ion of
the new comedy-ojera 'King-Dodo,
is set down for appearance at tin
turns tomorrow. 1 ne ottering' is
entirely American, betng provided by
Frank Pixlev and tiustav I.uders. and
is said to rank foremost in the list
of comic operas credited to American
authors. I lieatregoers anil news
payer readers in general, are probab
ly aware of the uncommon record
made by this diverting: musical work
during' the past summer in Chicago.
It is credited with the longest run
known in the history of theatres in
the western met ropolis. having cn
I'd .May 7th last, and continued with
uninterrupted success at the Stude-
baker theatre up to October .1th. Lo
cal theatregoers are promised a cmn
plete production without the elimina
tion of a single feature of the splen
did presentment. A company .of I'.O
talented players will lie seen and ah
other irratifyin'r feature of the en
gagement here will be the presence
of a special orchestra comitosed of
professional musicians. Particular
stress is laid upn the elaborate char-
icter of the scenic equipment, and
latish costume display. These two
features a re said lo excel in eye
pleasing- effect and to justify t li
claim that this production surpasses1
in these rcsHcts anything of th
kind exer seen hereabout. There will
be matinee and evening; performances.
At tin' Illinois theatre next Monday
we are promised a complete and clab-
oiate scenic production 'of "The
Watch on the Rhine" by Sidney 11.
I-Jlis, starring' the c lever lierman dia
lect comedian and golden toiccd sing
er. Al. H. Wilson, mauairement of
Charles If. Yale and Sidney K. Klli
Al. II. Wilson is now in his second
successful starring season and has
fully demonstrated himself to be an
exceptionally clever and magnetic
comedian and singer of rare ability.
The play is of that touching', ten
der, home-loving kind that appeals to
all classes of theatregoers, absorbing;
the interest from start to finish.
"At Vallev Forge" will be the at
traction at the Illinois this evening.
The play is strongly original, a co
lonial drama, with a strong pertinent
sentiment, liberally interspersed with
a wholesome element and mounted in
a manner which shows a careful at
tention to the miiiutea of detail. The
presenting company is one of unusual
strength and is headed by William I..
Uoberts and Miss Olive Martin in the
resjM'ctive parts of t apt. ratrfax. an
officer in (ieneral Ceorgv Washing
ton's army, ami Virginia, a pretty
colonial maid, the daughter of a tory
That simple drama of Kuglish life.
Fast l.ynne." is the attraction for
next I uesilay. I he production pre
sented by Frank Iturt is interpreted
by a strong' company headed by Miss
Inez Forman and .1. F. Crosby. Jr..
both stars in the ascendant whose
flattering successes during the past
season caused them to lie selected
for the leading' role in this revival
f the popular play. The production
is a sumptuous one and the selling.;
and accessories alike are bright, new
wid appropriate. Miss Forman as
Lady Isabel and Mr. Crosby as Archi
bald Caryle have the support of a
large, talented and well balanced
east. As a play "Fast Lynne" needs
no introduction. It. was the foremost
drama of the kind on the American
stage when first brought out. thirty
years ago and now, after its remark-
able revival, it lias doubled its fame
and become the "craze" of society
and is surely a treat to all theatre
A household necessity Dr. Thorn-1 been used for children teethings. It
- . . . .It a i Lrt J A A 1
as1 j;cleetrie till. Heals uurns, cuts,
wounds of any sort; cures sore
throat, croup, catarrh, asthma; nev-
er fails. I
WOMEN'S FEDERATION TO
MEET IN LOS ANGELES
lhe circle of interest about the
biennial meetings of the (ieneral Fed
eration of Women's. clubs is gradually
r-ach year new clubs are addetl to
this Ccneral Federation and every
where club membership is' increasmg.
for the woman's club movement
throughout the I'nited States and
abroad is assuming vast proportions,
These great federation meetings or
iginally sprang- from a happy in'vita
tion extended 111 1S'J by Sorosis of
New York, to club women to join with
them upon an anniversary occasion
in discussing- woman's club work
The invitation met with such gener
ous acceptance and was so produc
tive of helpful inspiration that a gen
eral federation of clubs was the out
The first biennial meeting- wils held
in ( hieago in 1S92, and the idea had
by that time been enthusiastically
emuraced iy ni'iuireds or club wo
men, many clubs having allied them
selves with the (Jeneral Federation.
The second biennial held in Phila
delphia in ism, proved conclusively
how far reaching was the interest
aroused in these biennials; the third
was held in Louisville in lS'.IC. and in
189S. when lhe fourth biennial was
held in Denver, the (ieneral Federa
tion included more than 2700 women's
clubs with a membersTiip of 200.01)0
the I'nited States amT many foreign
countries being represented.
No statistics showing the further
increase have since been published,
but the fifth biennial held in Mil
waukee in 1!mmi, gave convincing proof
that women's clubs were springing
up everywhere, and the sixth biennial
which is to be held in I .us Angeles
during- the first week in May will
bring tugether an army uf club wo
men whose numbers will surprise the
Che value of these biennials is not
to be estimated alone by the oppor
tunities afforded for growth nor the
immense st luitilus" received -from the
gathering together of so many bril
These privileges are perhaps ines
timable and are appreciated by hun
dreds of club women, ltut there are
hundreds more, members of strug
gling clubs in isolated country towns.
who look forward to each great bien
nial meeting as an opportunity to
make a little journey in the world.
For such, it is fortunate each place
selected for the biennial meeting has
given special opportunities for
broadening a narrow persiieet ive.
Yet no place which has herctufore
been cho:.cn has offered quite such
wonderful attractions as those which
are tempting thousands of club wo
men to attend this sixth biennial to be
licit! in los Angeles.
Women who would never think a
visit to the Pacific coast possible
under any circumstances are deter
mined upon this trip. The extremely
low round-trip rate is an inducement;
the time limit is liberal; and the fact
that so many friends and acquain
tances will furnish congenial com
panionship clinches the matter.
Il is early yet todefinitely announce
just what hospitality will be extended
beyond a rra ngiiigsuit able accommoda-
tions at as reasonable rates as pos-
The one formal reception permitted
by the program committee will be
held on the evening of May 2 in the
Women's Club House. It may be one
f the many surprises which await
eastern club women that, the women
if I .us Angeles are the owners of a
cluli house large enougii aim sunaoie
for entertaining so considerable an
One complimentary excursion will
be given to officers. delegates and
program speakers and the date set is
May 7. So great are the inducements
being offered by the nearby resorts
possessing particular attractions to
draw the visitors their way that it is
a matter of regret that all the days
are not to be given over to sight-
teeing. Thus far no decision as to
the nature of the outing has been
l ol l.ol(f Kleetlnn.
I 'cal lodge No. litis. . O. D. I'., at
its meeting last evening elected otTi-
cers tor itic ensuing term as iohows.
N. C. .1. P.. Hrowii.
V. L V. P.. Kendall.
llecording Secretary 11. A. Poller.
Financial Secretary .1. F. Van
Treasurer donas Hear.
Trustees S. Marschall, K. P
II a n-
cr. S. If. Davis, I). Hathaway. J
The officers will lie installed Thurs
day evening. April :i.
A Horrible Outbreak
'Of large sores on my little daugh
ter's head developed into a case of
scald head," writes C I). Isbill, of
Morganton, Tenii., but Hucklen's Ar
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Mrs. Winslovv's Soothing Syrup has
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is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
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ro KT ItYKON
Tort Hyron, March 6. Services will
be held in the Congregational church
every Sunday hereafter.
A. G. lirewster, Jf. E. Wade, William
Dillon and .lohn Fife attended the
Masonic school of instruction last
week in Moline.
Key. C. A. lleinborg, of Moline. held
services and performed the rites of
baptism cm the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. .Jolm U. Fngdahl in the Swedish
Lutheran church Sunday.
I'ert and IMson Stone,
land came to visit with
of Hock 1
.miss .Mary Knife, ot l,c.lairi, a
lormcr teacher jii Port Hyron, came
over to visit with Jessie and Olive
Messrs. Coyne and (iluesing, of Mo
line, anencicii at tne lvnii'Iits ot Py
A magician and ventriloquist held
forth in Port l'.yroii Wednesday.
The indications are that lhe car
penters and painters will be busy the
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Daily and Mr.
and Mrs. Le Hoy Daily Siindaved at
Dan O'Conntll moved to Mike Fitz-
gibbuns' farm ami Mr. Kale has mov
ed to the farm vacated by Dan O'Con-
Mrs. Albert Michaels and sons, of
Iowa, are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Dunbar.
Drs. Johnson, of Port Hyron, and
Crawford, of Davenport, performed
111 operation for appendicit is on Mrs.
Frank .loslin last Monday.
(I, K. Wainwright has moved his
family upon the farm he purchased
last fall from the (iregory Drown
About, .forty couples attended the
dance uf Sycamore camp, M.,W. A.,
at their hall Wednesday evening.
Moving now seems to be prevalent
both in town and country. Miss
Maggie Moore and her brother will
occupy the Shurtlift place and Jerry
Newton will move to the Schaihle
place, east of town.
An operation was performed upon
Harry Hasson Thursday for abscess
f the liver, by Drs. Arp and Wessel.
f Moline. and Johnson, of Port Hy
ron. Ilarrv is doing fully as well as
an be expected.
.loslin, March (. John Swank has
been enaged to work for John Oppen
dike for the coming season.
Miss Frances White is visiting rela
tives in Davenport.
There were no church
.loslin on Sunday evening
Myrth- Wainwright returned to her
home after vpending a couple of
weeks in Port Hyron.
Miss (ir;:ee David, who hail her
ankle badly sprained at school, is
now able to use it slight I v.
Mrs. Henry Nold. who has been
quite sick of late. Is able to be
Miss Hlaiichf Siinpum. who has been
clerking for W. II. Whiteside the past
winter, returned to her home Satur
day. Nlsrlit Wh Her Terror.
would cough nearly all
long." writes Mrs. Charles Applegatc,
of Alexandria, lnd., "and could hard
ly get any sleep. I had consumption
so bad that if I walked a block I
"would cough frightfully and spit
blood, but when all other medicines
failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery wholly cured me. and
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Cures hoarseness and bronchial
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if it as a means of tpiick relief and
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Mt. Olive, Ark.. May 17. P.iOL
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They are the weapons that have been used for
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Rheumatism is caused bv an acid, sour
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Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
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