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THE AKGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY lfi,v1903.
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Sh. m : . : - i nn rM u h h a h un mmseiA m
it I a i tut uriTri i i i r it
When yon btj y n watch, first select tbe works and
then tvll ihe.U'Woter joii witut a Jug. liosu Ntitl"-ene-.l
i.ol-l ('use. To proterl yourself from dewp.
tiou In- tiiiiik 1 by the Keystone) trade-mark which,
you will Hud in every
I (5-J etna for lx
P The Key:
Better than on all-cold case bcrauiut lmniBr-
clie:iwr heoiiiihe no cold is wuKte'l. The Jus. Uosm
riiaiaiiteea for '25 years. Won't wear thin.
ystonc Wjlch Case Company, Philadelphia.
i ii iii. v, i, ,,M
I White Pine
A KKLIAISLE REMEDY
OF OL'd. OWv MAKE.
Its iiifrit has been proven time
after time in scores of cases,
ami we guarantee satisfactory
results front its use. Take the
right remedy at the rig-lit time.
It lias helped others ami will
Rock Island Road Seeking Mfn
ing Property in This
OIFEBS TO BUY OS LEASE
to Re Constructed
This Point to
I em ever.
. AND .-.Oc.
by llartz & Ul-
rn esc u i ft i o x dr vr.r, ists.
301 TWENTIETH ST15EET.
DR. SHOOP, OpHtKadmologist.
t HCOM 7, BUFORD BLOCK. i
Uses No Medicine. Performs No Operation.
Simply removes the cause of jour so-called disease or ailment, and
nature does the curinor.
His system of removing the cause of your illt is
an entirely new one.
lie gives a written guarantee that satisfactory re
sults will come or your money will be refunded.
All chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Fe-
male Trouble , e pilepsy, Etc., ttc. Also cases of infla ed
Eyes, Granulated Lids, Cysts, Styes, Etc., are especially
EYES TESTED, AND CONSULTATION FREE.
Dr. S. H. MILLER, M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
(Iniduatc of McKillip's Veterinarj College, Chicijjo, 111. ,
Office and Veterinary Hospital
J12 TMr.1 Ay uu', IC.rK d. III. Kldim. rnrth Atmd
f nine tours 7 to S . tn.. to 2 o. tn. . 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phoof s: OBlce 1-100
West, Ketldence 6Jt Wcs-u Uaba Puoaei: uiSs 5i0.', he-ijenie 63r.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
COCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or IZeal Estate Security.
i:. 1. Cable, . P. Oreenawalt,
John Criibaugh, I'hil Mitchell,
If. 1. Hull, ' L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Iluford,
Wolicitors Jackson and Hurst.
J J. M. I'.nford, President.
John Crubaiiu-h, Vice l'residcnt.
P. (jreenawalt. Cashier.
. I Sega n the business July 2, 1890.
A anrl occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchcil & Lynde's new building.
MONEY. MONEY. MONEY.
We advance liberal amounts on all articles of value. We also - have
some great bargains in unredeemed goods. Creater New York Loan Bank,
320 Twentieth street. 'Phone 6C3 brown.
uThe Uock Island road is trying to
gain control of the mines of Coal Val
ley either by actual ownership or by
purchase of leaseholds, in order that
the road niuv up assured of an nde
quate supply of coal at this point.
It already controls the shipment- of
the product of the mines which have
ho outlet except over the Kock Island
& Peoria division, but it wants full
Ownership of the mines so that the
rarcls at rwitick. and. Kock Island may
not fear possible shortage now or in
iivertures nave iiccii made lo own
ers of coal lands for purchase, and to
others who have 20-year leases, for
purchase of their tenant's right
home big- figures have been offered to
Induce a sale, esiwciallv for n trans
fer of the leases. Thus far, however.
no deals are reported. Should the
sale be made it is possible that the
hauling by team from the itank would
be stopped by refusal to sell at the
Articles of incorporation were filed
with the secretary of state at Spring
field by the Hock Island & Southeast
ern railway, with headquarters at
Chicago. " The capital stock is $100,-
000. The new road is to be construct-
r irom kock isiaiui to a point at or
near Peoria. W. 1. Kopf, Charles A.
Newt-rn. A. J. Clausen, 11. W. Nichols
Jr., nnd Emery Stanford Hall, all of
Chicago, are named as incorporators.
Mr. Kopf is assistant secretary and
attorney of the American Trust- S:
Savings bank, of Chicago, and he de
clines to give the names of the capi
talists backing the new enterprise
The incorporation of this line has
awakened considerable speculation in
local railroad circles, and the general
impression is that it is the Santa Fe
This roadf has been seeking entrance
to the tri-city territory for years, and
went so far as to make a bid for the
purciiase or tne kock island & 1 eoria
before its absorption by the Uock Isl
and system. J lie hanta re runs
through Peoria, and a connection
with the tri-cities would be a srreat
At the Harper W. X.- McGovern,
John M. Lee, Chicago; L. J. Lively,
John M. Lee, Chicago; L. J. Lively.
Chicago; T. J. Lamping, Moliue; W.
(i. Ansley, New York; (j. M. Kyle,
Sioux Falls; W. O. Hitchcock, Peoria;
A. J. Plain, New York; Charles W.
Dean, New York; Frank H. Hall, Au
rora; J. Heaubien, Chicago; G. II.
Frisbie. Chicago; 11. H. Miller. Peoria;
J. (J. Flanagan, Chicago; Mrs. Jane
Fitzgerald, Atkinson; Carl A. Menler,
Chicago; A. M. Downing, Chicago; H.
L. Waterbury, New York; II. North,
New York; S. A. D. Farr, Aledo; O.
W. Pratt. Clinton; Robert Clark, Peo
ria; J. H. Armstrong, Peoria; S. C.
Peterson. Clinton; " Grant Winfit ld,
Augusta; L. C. v alters, Chicago; ...
N. Hobart, Chicago; A. S. Stults. Chi
cago; A. . Hall, (olfax. Iowa; L. E.
Clark, Muscatine; 15. (!. ISeer, South
St. Paul; J. D..Martcns, Chicago; H.
M. ISaird, Davenport; G. W. Hormann,
St. Iuis; W. II. IJoltr, Peoria; C. 11.
Cortlidire, Chicasro; A. J. Mcleod.
ISoston; W. S. Hopkins. Philadelphia;
A. Itlake, Kewanee; Z. T. Pope,
Chicairo; C. II. Mills. Chicasro: W. K.
Laidlow, Jr., New York; S. Leich,
Aiuniia. Iowa; E. Dryer, Chicairo; II.
K. ISanid. St. Louis; L. W. Ellinwood,
Waterloo; T. L. Campbell, Chicago;
(J. 15. Holcomb. Chicago; H. Fredr'n-ks,
Chicago; A. W. ISrown, Chicago; W.
Shaffer, Frecport; X. Dorman, Free-
port; H. F. Dorman, Freejiort;
(leorire Jenkins. Dubiioue; C. A. Paul.
Peoria; W. W. Slraycr, Troy; W. A.
Xorthcott. Greenville, 111.; C. IS. Swan-
son, l.nicago; .lames 1'. iMierwin, Ihi
cago; O. L. ISruncr, Taylor IJidge; C.
C. Darnell, HlMminjrton; L. A. White.
Mackinaw; C. F. WuIIenwaber. Miner,
111.; C. F. ISatehelder, Springfield; J.
P. Ibdbrook, Monmouth; J. 15. Slicks.
ISuckly, 111.: Carl .Ackolz, Little Kock:
Frank W. Davis, Cleveland; Henry W.
Cozzens, Chicago; C. (5. Mack, Cincin
nati; F. Ixihdel, Chicag-o.
At the Harms (EuroMan) C. S.
t ockle, Peoria; Ieslie Itobison, Peo
ria; A. F. Dryfuss. Chicago: Autrust
ietig. Cincinnati; James J. Kyan. St.
!uis; W. E. Pliepis, Davenp-.rt; M. L.
Morehouse, Kansas City; H. M. Conk-
lin, Kansas City; W. (). Walters. Kan
sas t ity; I . It. lerrv. Jr.. M. Ioms;
M. J. Cousins, Chicago; J. G. Scott.
Chicago: F. J. Dclanev, Chicago; Mil
ton Meffert, St. Iouis; M. Levison,
Chicago; Harold A. Smith, ISuffalo; A.
F. Townsend. Chicago; 15. C. Milling-
ton, I'eoria; C. Schlichter, Milwaukee;
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. (J. Conger. Chicago;
S. G. Lasher. Davetiort: F. S. Ster-
rett', Cincinnati; F. X. Whitcomb. Chi
cago; F. D. Keeler. Milwaukee; F. IS.
I'fer. Toledo; S. A. D. Farr, Aledo;
Mrs. L. E. Gardner. Aledo.
At the Uock Island Hugh Keiil,
What Cheer. Iowa; O. J. Wilmorth.
St. Louis; G. E. Spickler. Andalusia;
Chicago; C. V. Eng-
strom, Peoria: J. E. Smith. Chicago;
S. L. Diet. Chicago: W. H. Wenks.
Earthquake Shock That Causes
Alarm Among the
RUSH TO STREET TO PRAY
City of Mexico. Jan. An earth
quake sobock was felt here early Tues
day evening, and was shariier in the
southern part of the country, causing
considerable consternation in San Juan
Itautlsta, capital of the state of Tabas
co, where there was a vertical as well
as a lateral movement. Tbe people
flocked into the streets, kneeli us and
Accompanied by RoatinK
"AdVlce's from Tuxla Guiterrez. say
that the shock wnsaccompanicd by sul-
teiraneHii roarings loud and terrifying,
No lives were lost and little damage
was done to buildings.
A chapter on Scott's Emul
sion oitcn noias a prominent Phil itoening.
position in the histories of
Weak Children. Edgington; James IJaker, Edgington
"-ri r i , William Patterson, Edging-ton; .los
ing jjisL ul uiac cnapter 4 )h ; t,,n 1L () NmvlH.,.k
..,ii11-i. A f- Kl.n t,; n --.K n ,1 I I .....-;-. - l is i.,i.,,u..., r . i., i
i i ,i ... 15- I'ltnev. lVoria; S. A. Davis, New
weaic, paie, tnin, no appetite, vrk; A. J5. (!tMirfe, Wxtm. K. e
f . . I . . . .. ... ......
ircttui, weakness lett over irom l,,K'K' nxnanapoi.s; .nen .1. .Miner,
., Edgington; C. IJ. Carpenter, Edging-
gnppe or otner disease. Lie- to: 11. p.. carpenter, Edgington: 11.
11 A I IP. ISriii'er. Ivlgington: Maude Atkin
Olliaii VAVOO iJWUll O ' - 111 LI 1 I . ' '
. , . . son, t lncago; 1. I-. t .Ma I lev, .New
sion three times a day alter York; l. c. ueeves. New York; f. is
lc M -l,-n Alexander. New A'irk; Cyril Hay-
x 1 iikmhI, ev i nrK
z- V W 1 . . 1
nrSC WeCK. 1 lien appetite New York; William Colout. Xew
imnrnvPf tlion cfronrrtl-. York; P.. Alexander, New York: Wal
....t , v.. '" her Padiret. New York: Eloise Ellis-
Creased, then Child more llVClv. ton. New York; T. F. Mulligan, New
slept better, a decided gain in
weight, better color in the face.
And so it c:oes till the child
is reported well and strong.
Sounds simple enough and
it is simple Scott's Emulsion
is just what the weak child
Send for Free Sample.
SCOTT & BOWNK, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
York; J. D.
Xew Y rk;
Everylody knows what a shoe sale means with us it's genuineit's
just what we advertise and nothing else. We don't have so-called shoe
sales every 10 days, hut we do have a sale at this time of the year, and
forget about Cost Price for 10 days and clean out all broken lines,of
a - 4 - - -
Men's $5.00 Shoes
Clean 'em out.
Notice the styles in our east
window Men's shoes worth
up to $3.50.
HIJOKEX LOTE Too many kinds "to quote them
look in the windows aud on the bargain counters, v
y15KOKEN LOTS Too many Hoys', Misses' and Children's.
TEN Days of this Sale.
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor. . 1721 Second Avenue.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Miners in the Pittsburg district will
demand a "stiff advance" for mining
at the next conference with their em
Harney Dreyfus, of Pittsburg, has
secunnl an option for the purchase of
the Philadelphia National base ball
A. coal famine confronts the officials
of the Uroolyn navy yard.
The agricultural appropriation bill
prepared by the house committee car
ries approximately S5,OtX,000.
The thirty-third annual convention
of the National Hoard of Trade has
closed its session at Washington.
James J. Corbett has sent $l!,r00 to
Al Smith, of Xew York city, as a for
feit for a match with Jeffries.
'Clin ...v.. 1 c.t .l.)tl..t, I,, t-'., ...... .-. f I .
i n- itii rn iKitivti in ituiiriin m jui-
proved, and the famine is partially
Porch climbers too diamonds and
other articles valued at ?1..)(M rroin
the home of Mrs. 1. Dooley at Chi
Twelve men were blown to pieces
at Departure Hay. B. C. by tne ex
plosion of the Hamilton Powder com
Senator Joiin C. Spooner was renom
inated for United States senator by
the ICepublican legislative caucus at
Sheriff A. C. Cox.of Indianola, Miss.,
says president uooseveit is a -iour-tcen-carat
For Over sixty Tsars
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
lis the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
NUMBER OF PATENTS AEE
ISSUED TO STATE INVENTORS
Patents have been issued as follows
to Illinois inventors:
Safety-pin, J. Hancock, Alton.
Annealing furnace, A. M. Hewlett.
Method of annealing iron or steel
castings, A. M. Hewlett, Kewanee.
Engine, T. W. Johnson, Leroy.
Harrow-tooth and means for sup
porting same, James MePhail, IShie
Tilting-lever handle for headers.
James MePhail. 151 ue Island.
Nasal irrigator, C. H. Pattison, Chi
Acetylene gas generator. A. S
Platform carrier. S. IS. Peck. Hilda
Kifle. A. Alfson, Canton.
Automatic boiler-feed controlling
valve, J. A. Baldwin and J. Met re
Drake-shoe, K. L. Brown, Easton.
Filler, J. A. Davidson. Elinwood. -
Fleet rie railway, E. V. Fa rn ha m
Sad iron. J. F. Klingvill, Clinton
Automatic electro-magnetic flasher
P. E. Oswcdd. Cairo.
llotary engine, J. Put man, lowing
Bottle holder. A. Schneider and t
A. Carlson. Iomi.
Suspender end, J. S. Shcarvr, Au
turn to vehicle wheels.
Wave motor. A. Nelson. Chicago
Metal-sheet piling and wall struc
ture. X. S. Taylor. Princeton
Machine for brushing sheet metal.
C. C Wellinder. Elgin.
Folding umbrella. I". (I. Deakins
Liquid dressing bottle, C S. Em
Protective apparatus, W. Kaisling
Hoisting apparatus, C. A. Keiiuicott,
Veneer drier. A. S. Xichols, lVkin.
Cigar holder and ash receiver. J. D
Current protectee device, W. A.
Handle attachment for dust pan, F
(I. Avery, Chicago.
Pcrmutatioj lock. D. Churchill. Eas
Washing machine, W. C. Fawkes,
Third rail insulator, E. (iro.enbach,
Wrench, D. C. lliiiilniun. Uushville.
Time stamp. Prank W. Hubbard.
Telephone receiver, K. B. Miller to
Kellogg Switchboard company, Chi
cago. Cnrbneeter. J. P. Xagle. Decatur.
Wood-working machine, J. X. Ko
Wire or rope stretcher and fasten
er, A. E. White. Chicago.
Cim, K. C. Wolfersperger an ! M. E.
Carbneeter, J. 1. Xagle, Chicago.
Lavs' U XJKBU. lfiQl fillJOIga Q
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Disease and Do
Not Know Until It Has Developed Into Bladder Trouble,
Rheumatism, Diabetes or Bright's Disease, Which Will
Prove Fatal If Not Attended To At Once.
OT'S YOUR OCIOEYS!
A TRIAL BOTTLE OF WARNER'S SAFE CURE, THE WORLD'S ORE TFST tTTD
KEY CURE, SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE TO EVERY READEH OF THIS PAl'Fii
1 I WfrKMwnM
tack puller and caret
. Smith and P. A. ilay
for hose, etc., M. Steen.
tram-iiiitting rotary mv
O. t ints. Cuba
Heads Should Never Aplie.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N, A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.
She writes: "Dr. King's New Life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from for two
years." Cure headache, constipation,
biliousness. 23 cents, at Hartz & Ul
lemeyer's drug store.
"The nicest and pleasantest medi
cine I have used for indigestion and
nnimtinqfion t . - n,n,nli.i.li!na Qtrim.
,,h t ;.. Plypepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis.Scrof
F. Craig, of Middlegrove, N. Y. "They
work like a charm and do not gripe
or have any unpleasant effect." For
sale by all druggists.
For a bad taste in the mouth take
a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents.
Warranted to cure. For sale by all
rnone union n
PneamonU snd Im Grippe
Coughs cured quickly- by Foley's
Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes.
FREE IF IT FAILS.
We give yon a written guarantee to
refund your money should Kld-Ne-0us
fail to cure Backache, or Kidney
Diseases. Wo do this because Experi
ence teaches ns that Kid-Ne-Olda
never fail to effect a cure. 50 cents.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
Pains in the small of the back, nainful nassinsrof urinp. inflmmBtirn of the Madder, tor
pid livor, cloudy urine, pains in the back of the head and neck, rheumatic jiains and swell
ings nil over the body, eczema and jaundice tell you your kidneys ara diseased and are not
able to do their work properly. If you have any of these symptoms great care should l
taken to 6top the progress of the disease and prevent it becoming chronic aud pregnatiu
tho entire system.
IF IN DOUBT HAKE THIS TEST.
Put some urine in a glass ; after it stands U4 hours if you find a reddish brickdust sedi
ment in it, or particles floating in the urine, or if it i3 cloudy, you will know vour kidneys
are in a diseased coudition and are unable to iK-rform their work,- the result will lie tho
Madder and urinary organs will become inflamed, uric acid will poison the blood, tho
stomach will become affected and unable to diprest the food, the system will become weak
and the result will lies break-down of the general health, with Bright's disease or diabetes,
which will prove fatal if not treated with promptness and preat care.
will purify and strengthen the kidneys and enable them to do their work ; it will cure
rheumatism, rheumatic gout, diabetes, Bright's disease, uric acid poison, inflammation of
tho bladder and urinary orpans, and restore the patient's health and vigor.
The free trial liottle has often been sufficient to cure cases of kidney disease when the
simple home test descriled above has been made in the earlier stages of the disease.
If you decide Warner's Safe Cure is what you need you can buy it at any drug store,
two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00 a bottle.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS.
Bo sure you pet Warner's Safe Cure, substitutes contain dangerous drugs. There is
none " just as pood " as Warner's Safe Cure.
The following are samples xf thousands of unsolicited letters received from gratcf Jl
men aud women who have been cured by Warner's Safe Cure:
Sir: I am C2 years old and a Western Union Telegraph operator. Last summer I was
seized with an extremely severe attack of kidney trouble, id v physicians pave me up anil
I was alxmt to prepare to meet my Maker, when a friend advised Warner "a Safe Cure.
Six bottles cured me and I am now at my instrument in Western Union Service.
JAS. McDOXNELL, Baltimore, March 21, 1902, 1134 Forest ITace.'
Mrs. Albert Angle, of Welsh Run, Pa., wrote on March 0. 1902, I have used Wnmor's
Snfe Cure for kidney and bladder trouble, it cure ! me and did me so much pood, especially
through the change of life. It has kept my kidneys, bladder and liver in a healthy, normal
condition, and I am now 33 years old. When I lepan using it I was a!l run ln :i. I had
pains in mv laok and was wasting away, I weighed only S0omids. I now weigh KiO, so you
see I am a living testimonial for what Safe Cure can do. If everyone who ha kidrvuy trou
ble of any form only use Warner's Safe Cure, they would 1 cured and prolong their lives.
Warner's Safe Cure is purely vegetable and contains n.- narcotics, uo harmful drugs.
(Beware of so-called kidney cures full of sedimentandof hadndtir they are harmful.) Jt
docs not constiiate; it is a most valuable and effective tonic: it kills the diseaso perms; it
is a stimulant to digestion and awakens the torpid liver. It is prcscrilo'd and used by doc
tors themselves in the leading hospitals as the only aitsoluto cure for all forms of disease
of tho kidneys, liver, bladder and blood. Warner's Safe Pills move tbo bowels gently
and aid a Epcedy cure.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
To convince every sufferer from diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood, that
Warner's Safe Cure will cure them a ti ial lot tie will lc. pent absolutely free, post) la id. Also a
valuablo medical booklet which tells all about tho diseases of the kidneys, liver and bladder,
with a prescription for each disease, and many of tho thousands ot testimonials rweived
daily from pratcful patients who have been cured by Warner's Safe Cure. Aiiyou have to
do is write Warner's Safe i 'uro Company, Rochester, N. V., andim-nt :on havinp rejid this
libcraloft'eri:ith:siaiK;r. The peuuincaess of tbsofIer is fully puaraiitoed bv t ho publisher.
The Secret of How to Obtain
Is found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for chronic, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronic
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere Lave been, permanently
cured bv Dr. Walsh during the nine vcars he has been located jn Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering from any chron
ic disease and want to get cured, why you should take his treatment.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusiont, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
ula, -Piles, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
cure you in irom one to three treat
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
dreds cured bv mail. Hours: 9 to
Is nature's remedy. When scientifi
cally applied it soothes, strengthens
and invigorates. Twenty years expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronic dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to women, nervous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervous dys
pepsia, Uuckachc, headache, palpita
tion of the heart, etc.
Jf you cannot call, write. Hun
12 a.,nrr, 2 t 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sun
day, 11:30 to l:30,pv m.
Office, McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street,
DB. J. E. WALSH,