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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , 1903.
THE TBAT2XKB8' GUIDM.
PHIOAGU. HuCK ISLAND
W Pacific RaU way Tickets
can be pureiKssed at City
ncKCt omce, laia seoona ave
oue, or C , K- I. & P. depot
Fifth avenue loot of Thirty
Peoria branch deoot. foot of
Tw: iUetb street, stank H. Plum oner, C. P. A
Golden Stave L mited
Denver Limited feOmana..
Ft. Worth, Denver & K. C.
DavesportAg Chieago .-
Colorado A Omaha
Dea Moines & Omaha
Denver, Unooln &, Omaha.
pes Moines Express
St. Paul& Minneapolis....
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. O.
IRock Island & Washington
Chicago A DesMotcw......
Roek Island & Brooklyn Ac
lOmaha tt Bock Island....
El Paso & San Francisco..
JCedar Rpt6s, Tipton .....i
t 6:20 am
t 2:4b am
t 5:20 am
t h:40 am
t :50 am
t 7:0U pm
t 8:65 pm
t 1:35 pm
t 9:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 2:15 pm
t 8 2o pm
t 6:57 am
t 8:20 pm
t 7:10 am
t 9 25 am
r 4:53 pm
nrwir ltnvniKn PKOSIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time given.
LBAVB. , ABHIVB
Peoria, Springfield, St. t
Paorla. Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bloom-
tngaoB, bi. Liouis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Ctble & Sherrard 4 ccam.
Cable & Sherrard Ac com.
J 1:45 pm
&rriv.L IVurtnrB tDallv. except Sue
fla. Phone West 1093, West 1138, West 1423.
avenue and Twentieth street-
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
0 3) am fl:35 am
5:05 an. t:35 am
f20 pm tl2:ll pm
87:35 pm 7:10 pm
St. Louis, Spruigtield.
-Galesburg, Peoria and
Bterltng. Mendota and
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In
Dabuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, fit Paul, Minn I
and N. W .J
Clinton. Dubuaue. and!
7:25 pm; flAO pm
S7:40pm 8-25 am
LaCrose....r.. .! 7-00 air
Clinton and Intermediate! s7:QQ an
s Stop at hock I&iauii a minutes l'or meals.
uauy. tuauy except sunaaj.
& St. Paul KaUway.
a L 4 N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
a ST om lit
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buaue and points north run
via Illinois side of- river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna (or points
east and west.
IBAlHa. LSAVS ARBIVB.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 11 -V) am
Accommodation 10:10 am 12.16 pm
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 3 3) pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 8:47 pm
Freeport Vxpresa 3:45 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday
Paesengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leavmg at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river
Round-trip tickets good for 21 days
will be sold on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month to Nebraska,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado,
Utah, and many other States at
with $2.00 added.
On the same days we will Bell One
Way tickets at practically half the
regular rates to Kansas, Southwest
Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas and
Call or write for particulars.
FRANK A. HART, Pass'r Agent C. D. & Q. Depot
652 Telephone 1 180.
Pabllcatlon Notice Chmpoary.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County, t
In the Circuit Court May term, 1903.
Court of Honor,
; Frederick C. Skinner, Harold A . Jensen.
Affidavit otnon-residenoe of the defendant,
Frederick C Skinner, impleaded with the
above defendant, Harold A. Jensen, having
been filed In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of the - said county, notice la
therefore ' hereby given to the said non
resident defendant - that the complainant
filed Its bui of complaint in saia court, on
the chancery aide thereof, on the 6th
day of January. 1003, and that thereupon
a summons Issued out of said court whereic
said suit is now pending, returnable on the
first Monday in the month of May next, as
is by law required, mow, umess you, the
Bald non-resiaent aeienaant a Dove namea
Frederick C. Skinner, shall personally be and
appear before the said circuit court, on the
first day of the next term thereof,' to be bol
den at riock Island, iu and for the said county,
on the first Monday in May next, acd plead.
answer or demur to the said complainant's
but or complaint, tne same ana tne matters
acd things therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Geo rgk W. Gambi.b, Clerk.
Ronk Island, Illinois, January stb, 19u3 '
William H Bisse, Complainants' Solicitors.
Instate of John W. Lawhead, deceased. '
The undersigned having . Been appointed
executrix of the last will and testament of
John W. Lawhead. late of the county of Rock
Island,- state of Illinois, - deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear before
the county court of Rook Island county, at
the county court room. In the city of Rock Isl
and, at the March term on the first Mon
day In March next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
Of having the same adjusted. - -
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
undersigned. - "
Dated this 7th day of JauuaryA. IX 1903. .
Sbah E. Lawhiad, Executrix.
It is a Gratifying
Thing to Know
that in spite of the fact that there
are so many misleading and "fake
advertisements published today by
"so-called" doctors the people of
Lock Island and vicinity are taking1 us
at our word, and calling- on us when
they feel the need of help.
To those who have not yet done so
we woukt urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what follows applies to
you cannot afford to delay.
DR. GEORGE B. "WOOD.
Signs of Depleted Energy
If you are disposed to find fault,
to grumble about everything" alxwt
you; if lit le thmi's irritate vou; if tri
fles upset you; iJ you go to pieces,
so to speak, when anything , goes
wrong in your business, you may be
certain that jour system' is not up to
the standard, that vour strength is
being exhausted in sonic way. and
that your vitality is at a low ebb.
The human organism is a vast and
complex machine. Xo machine that
is. defective can turn out goixl work.
und the longer the attempt to do so.
continues the greater will be the
If you are not .-atisfied with your
condition call and talk it over with
us. Win not? Anv whv not today?
We have made special searching in
vestigations on the conditions that
governs this complex macnine Hie
human hotly. ,
Our office is equipped with the most
approved apparatus for treatment of
the afflicted. We are continually add
ing to it. regardless of expense.
Treatment of all cases is in the
hands of thoroughly competent phy
sicians, who are graduates of Ameri
can and foreign institutions of the
We are specialists in the treatment
of Chronic, Nervous and Private Dis
eases of Men and Women.
We extend to everyone a most cor
dial invitation to consult us. We will
take pleasure in giving a thorough ex
amination, and will make no Clfarge
for our opinion and advice.
Those unable to call should write
us. t orrespontience strictly connucn
tial. Wood Medical Institute,
E. B. OLIVER, Jf. C, M. D
GEORGE B. WOOD, B. S., M.D.
Hours: 9 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12.
Second Floor, Hibernian Building.
423 Brady Street. Davenport, la.
The Best Criterion..
of our work is the work itself, as
our best advertisement is the praise
of those who patronize us. We
know we can do the best laundry
work. So if you want your linen
laundered better than yau ever had
it done go to.
Twelfth St, Fifth Ave. -
If yon havdn't a rernlar, hralt by movement of tha
bo we In awry day, you're ill or will bo. Keep your
towcla open, and bo well. Force, in the nhann nt
violent physio or pill polaoa, la danceroun. Ttao
amoothoat. rattiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean ia to take
. CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. TutA Oood. Do
Good, MoTer Sicken. Weaken or Gripe: 10. 86 and
SO cents per bos. Writs for free iimslo. and book
let on health. Addresa .433
fcterllnfl Remedy eotnpa.fr, Chicago or New Tort.
KEEP YOUR 0L00D Gltell
...WE ARE STILL HERE...
Has cured more people in Rock Island
in six months than any other medi
cine for Dlood Kidneys and' Liver.'
Sold at 1913 Second Ave.
lm irui minim mm i
l uwUwwv Km w" sjl LJ
Frank Jucksch is in receipt of an
interesting clipping from a. California
paiper, regarding" a narrow escape
from drowning of his sister, Mis
Mayme J ucksch, who removed from
here with her parents t'o West Berke
ley, Cal., a couple of years ago. The
young lady has been sipending the
winter at CVitalina island, and was out
with a launch party a few days ago,
when a chance wave swept over the
laniieh and carried her overboard- Be
ing unable to swim she was in danger
of drowning if a young man in the
launch had' not plunged' into the water
and swam to her rescue. They were
got back on boartl the launch and a
tragedy averted. Frank and Kd
Jucksch. who remained here when) the
rest of the family removed, are nat
urally feeling quite happy over their
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sievtrs are at
home, after visiting relatives in Oma
ha. They will leave Monday after
noon for Everett- Wash., their home.
Mrs. Henry F. Petersen is recover-
ing nicely at -Mercy ntvspniai, irom
the effects of a severe operation, per
formed (vl m ml. three weeks ago.
Miss Fiances Ilazen, a former Dav
enport resident and artist, now of
New York City, is visiting at the home
of Maj. and Mrs, E- H. Ilayvvard.
.1. F. Lavender, a prominent resident
of UtK-kwell City, la., is visiting his
brother, W. .1. Jxi vender, at the Downs,
having come here to attend the re
union of LeClaire alumni held here
A case tf mallpx; in which Charles
uiseh and'his family (ire connected.
was reportetl to tne Hoard ot neaitn
yesterday. The family is quarantined
at 1441 West Fourth street. Mr.
1'aaseh himself is the patient. Three
smallpox cases, additional to that of
the l'aaseh family on West Fourth
street, were report e.l yesterday to
the b:ard of health. The three cases
ire located in Xorthwot Davenport,
an t Hie iutienitwi are as lollows, re
ported by Dr. Kd W. Strohbchn :
Richard Ksers, S years tf afre. liv
ing at 1441 South street. ( arrie r-Zlf-ers,
IS years :f age, living; at 1441
Sou tli street. Sad lie Kppinjr, residinir
at 14"2S Prairie street. All have been
placed under quarantine and guards
have been stationed .
The merchants tailoring- tirm of
Drummtiiul & Campbell, at Fourth
and Rradv streets, has ineoriMrated.
under date of Jan. 3. with a capital of
$10,000. and a term of 20 years. The
iiK'orporatorv are W. 11. DrummoiKl,
C. T. Campbell. T. II. McGowan and A.
. Madsen, and they are also the of
ficer of the company. The style of
the firm is The Drnimoir.M-'amipbell
eompany. The articles were placed tin
file for record today.
A weuuing- of rather more tnan or
dinary romantic interest was that of
I'eter Wheeler ami Muss Sarah Tage
performed at b:JU Wednesday evening'
by Rev. C. A. Moore, of the Kdward
Congregational chureh'. at the home
of the bride. There was a small com
pany of friends, and the affair was
very ouiet. 1 ne groom is a witiower
of 74 years, and the bride was a maul-
en of .0. Still there is no sign that the
flame ttoes, not glow as brightly in
their hearts us it might have done had
they met 40 ycar.-v ago. Tlrey will
make their Home :M the residence or
the groom, 1I)2j LeClaire street.
At bis home. 110.1 Caines street, at
midniylyt Wcdites'day. oecurred the
death of Charles T. Weber, after :i
loiiif illness.. Charles Thornton Web
er was lNrn near Hagerstow n, Md.,
fan. 16, US.'Jt, and was the re fere a little
over t-i years ot asre a.r tdie nine oi
his) death. He spent his ycuth in
l'eiuusyhania. but came to Davenport
with his parents "0 years ag-tn and has
aKvavs maile this city his home. For
'JO years he was employed with1 the
Woeber Carriage works and later
with the Mason Carriage company
In Aovenvber, 1SC7. he was united in
n-jarriage with' lis Jennie .Rohm,
who survives him. He suffered a
stroke of anonlexv in May, 1S'J.". and
since that time ha been an invalid
Reside his wife, two sisters survive.
Mrs. Sarah Foster and Mrs. Charlotte
Shepherd, both now living- in Chieago.
The funeral services will take place
"Saturday afterwn at 2 o'clock at
the late residence, with burial at Oak-
Attorney W. . (I. Mott, colored, re
ceived . a telegrsnir yesterday from
Keokuk, advising liini' of the death
of his father, (Sabriel Mott, whti died
at 3:30 o'clock Welnestlay 'morning.
at his home in the Gate city. The de
ceased was; born at H3ckman, Ky.,
and reaehetl the age of 05 years. His
wiife died ix or eight" months ago.
He is survived by three child'ren, W.
G. Mott, of this city, Charles. Mot t, of
Kansas City, and George Mott, of
Keokuk. Six brothers resident at
Memphis also survive. '
On has farmstead near Vallev City,
at 4 o clock Wetljietsday fifternoon, oc
cur red th-e death of James Mad en, a
native of New Kngland, in the 81th
year of his- age. IVath was the result
of the natural declension of years.
The deceased is survived by four chil
dren!, -and has made his home in the
Valley for half a century.
Tuesday afternotHi at 1 o'cloek, at
her home in Duff alio, Iowa, teeurred
the death of Mrs. Magdalene Muerer,
nee. Thiesisen, wMfe of George Muerer,
in tlite 56th year of her age. The de
ceased was born in Sehleswlg-Hol-
aim came to tnis. country in
Six children survive.
John Ivahl, the well-known black
muth, died at his home', 918 West
Third street, at 9 -o'clock yesterday
morning. He was C4 years of age and
had lived in Davenport 40 years. He
leaves a widow, two sons and two
daughters. The funeral will be pri
vately held Sunday afternoon at :
o'cloek from the house.
Fourteen gamblers were
by the " grand , jury which
yesterday. They are Rob
Jacob Zindel, Lindsay Pitts
Reynolds, Ltuiis Martens- John Jones
Edward -A pp. W. M. Reese, Callie
l'launagan, Bert Smith, Sam Stuekey,
(ieoge Brooks, George Block and Wil
liam S. Ransom.
At 11::0 o'clock last evening the
sudden death from heart disease of
.Mm J'. A. Drayton, a well-known res
ident of this city, occur retl at the
home of Mrs. .1. . Robeson, daughter
of the deceased.' Mrs. Drayton re
moved to fhist city to make her liome
iu years ago, ami in death sue is sur
vived by her husband, J. A. Drayton,
and by two sons, J. IC. and A. W. Dray
ton,, and one daughter, Mrs. J. 1. Rob
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Hairier Paul L. Johnston,
Chicago; C. C. Anderson Fremont: L.
It. Drenbergen. St. Louis; M. Taylor,
Peoria; A. .N'ewham, Peoria; William
Gildey. Chicago; A. C. Weisee. Aletlo;
E. F. Tabor. Chicago: P. J. Wiltier
niann, .New York; F. L. Sharon, Dav
enport: W. O. Hitchcock, Peoria: C.
M. Newberg, Chicago; J. i. Holftich.
Canton, Ohio; C. L. Pettigrew, Ti-ki-
wa; George ( Shaw, Philadelphia; K.
R. Hall. Chicago: C. L. Shanofelt,
Washington; Kdwin Krupp, Washing;
ton; C. C. (iardner. Wellman, Iowa;
... L. Yotler, Riverside. Iowa; II. A.
Meljinger. Kalona, Iowa: A. Mellinger,
Kalona. Iowa; J. T. Walker, Kansas
City; W. II. Jasper, Newton. Iowa: J.
H. Wolf, Monmouth; Joe Fox. Chica
go; K. (i. Carlisle, Chieago; John P.
Wendt. Peoria; A. A. Keinai-h. Chiea
go; Miss Millward. New York; Miss
Dnna De Wolfe. New York; Miss Wal
dron. New York; Miss Kl lister, New
York; II. .Miller, New York: Miss
Danish. New York; Perry Lyndal.
New York; Frances Lcdgwick. New
York; J. V. Wagner. New York; Cran
by Douglas, New York: Charles Uras
sell, Tipton. Iowa; K. A. Grinnell.
(Salesburg; R. H. Miller, Peoria; M.
llnice, New York; A. K. ICmerson.
Newton, Iowa; J. H. Hughes, Wil
liam.s.burg. Iowa: R. W. McKnight.
Marengo, Iowa; C. K. Yamce, Marengo,
Iowa; H. K. Matthew, Marengo, Iowa;
G. X. Peek, Omaha; C. W. Nellis. Chi
cago; D. L. Christy, Viola, III.; C. T.
l'orch. Chebanse; J. M. McKnight,
Roston; M. (!. Litttefield. Chicago; M.
L.. Saley, Chicago; , C. X. Reifsnider)
St. lonis; J. M. Fairlong;, I'urlington;
M. C. Hall. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; A. II.
Huenbner. Rurlington; H. H. Hill,
(Cleveland; James Krret, Cleveland;
7 X. I'ope, Chicago: James lecier,
Chester,, Pa.; G. H. Jursty, New Ytnk;
W. A. Sawberg, St. Louis; (1. K. lled
fiekl, Chicago; r. A. Sachs, Chicago;
R. J. Reanily, Columbus Junction.
Iowa; T. 'II. Ctirrick. Ottuni.wa; John
II. Chler. Ilurlinrtn; A. M. .Was, Sig
ourney, Iowa; G. Lawrence Carman,
( hicago; W. A. M. Camipbclt, Musca
tine; II. M. .Was, Sig-ourney, Iowa;
Charles K. Gleason. Columbus Junc
tion; R. W. Pringle, P.righton; War
ren Kalbach, Oskaloosa; C. A. Kuiipp,
West Chester; C. A. Riggx. Ivldyville;
Guy E. Martin. Chicago; David Ful
ler. Chicago; F. W, Smith. Richland,
Iowa: J. A. lloekman. Ies Moines;
Henry Roekman, Des Moines; L. Km-ery-,
Moline; Charles H. Mtire. Mont
pelier; C. H. Winnie, New York; Ralph
II. liurns.ide, Oskalotisa; F. A. Ymm
kin. New Sharon. Iowa; Sam Yoiinkin,
Washington. Iowa; II. A. Pauls', Pella
Junction; J. W. Foss, (Jeneseo, 111.;
W. G. Hallis, Minneapolis; It. J. Dr'd
limis. West Liberty-; A. L. Dice, West
Liliertv; T. JL Miller. Iowa Center: N.
S. Heyer, St. Iouis; R. J. Carney, Grin
nell. Iowa; J. K. Dmneaii. Oakville,
At the Harms (European) 1 C.
Moore and wife, St. Iiuis; E. A. Gru
niell, GalesVmrg; August Gross, Chiea-
To cure Scrofula
Scrofula may be described as
" scattered consumption."
It is consumption of the
small glands under the skin,
md these break out into the
sores. Scott's Emulsion heals
But there's more to the
story. The loss of flesh and
rcat weakness that comes
with Scrofula is a regular part
)E the disease the same as in
xmsumption of the lungs.
For this as tor
is just the
Flesh and strength are
gained by. the use of Scott's
timulsion quicker than in any
Scrofulous children improve
in every way onScott's Emul
Sand for free Sampl j.
SCOTT & BOWE, Chemist,' 409 Pearl St , N. Y.
The marriage of .Thomas Stephens
to Miss A I mm Ritenour was solemniz
ed Wednesday evening- at the home of
Air. and Mrs. C. II. Reed. 1507 Thirtieth
avenue, iu the presence of several
friends and relatives? of the contract
ing1 parties. They were unattended.
Rev. M. V. Crunnbaker, of the First
Methodist church, ierforming the
sinnple ceremony which made them
man and wife. The groom is a Mo
line teamster, and the couple will
make their future home in Rock Isl
and. George Peek, manager of the John
Deere Plow company, of Omaha, is in
the city with a number of his South
Dakota, dealers, taking- them through
the Deere & Co., Deere &- Mansur
company, Moline Wag-on company
and Yclie 'arriage company plants.
At the meeting of Stewart camp,
No. 4.)7, Modern Woodmen of America.
Wednesday evening, the following del
egates were elected to attend the
county convention in Rock Island
April 1: I. A. Mintecr, Frank Dillon.
Charles Heck, harry Sutley, E. Yia
ger, Frank Fries.
After 12 years' separation. Col.
P. Pierce is enjoying a visit from
urotner, Judge S. . Pierce, of
ams county. Wis. The judge has
distinction of leiiig n veteran of
war, a politician, a member of
legislature, an editor and a printer,
and withal successful in the accumu
lation of this world's goods.
Magnus Olson and Carl Carlson are
engaged iu the construction of a fine
pleasure craft for use on the Missis
sippi this summer!' There is demand
for a boat the size they 'a re building
and the young- men will no doubt find
it a profitable investment.
Over oOO names have Ix-cn signed to
an agreement made by the working
men at the Moline Plow company's
for the purpose of securing a physi
cian. The agreement is that $t a year
be paid by the signers, in return for
which they get -'6 calls annually free
of charge. A committee has been ai-
poiutcd by tin- men to make arrange
ments with some physician to take
go; E. L. Xielson. Chicago; J. J.
Uricks, Chicago; C. S. Cockle. Peoria;
Karl A. Lehnhart, New York; J. F.
Dugan. St. Louis; L.' A. Downs, Chi
cago; W. S. Follett. Chicago: Frank
Runn. Erie; R. K. Matthans, Erie; W.
Raughman. Peoria; G. L. Curkendall.
Moline; J. II. P.aham, Chicago; Earl
Merger, Chieago; C. Uenills. Chicago;
G. H. Jantz. New York; S. Kisfeld. Pe
oria: T. N. Lippctt, Chicago: S. P.
Stephenson. Wiufield. Iowa: .LA. Rax-
ter. Wiufield, Iowa; C. E. Stephenson.
Oldw. Iowa; Mrs. Anna J. Pal mer. El
Reno; Mrs. K. W. Johnson, El Reno;
aI. S. Rolff, Chieag-o; E. W. Eastman.
Waterloo; Cliff Priser, Worsted,
Conn.; S. V. Whittier, Iowa City;
Charles K, Lane, Iowa Citv: A. W.
Porter, Oskaloosa; C. W. Thornton,
Ottumwa; D. R. Warburlon, Grinnell;
G. IJnlM'rtrer. Raltimore.
At the Rock Island W. R. Carey,
Colona; F. J. GenlMr. Roeliester;
lohu Rlakely, Milan; Robert lllakclv,
Preempt ion; Charles 1). Rorrowman.
St. Louis; J. I). Powell. Chicago: H.
West fah!, Chicago; H. I). San ford.
Chicago; V. F. Sheldon. Itultimorc:
M. J. P.arretts. Peoria; G. M. Felner,
l'etiia; M. I. Weaver, Ottawa; R. M.
RolMMtsou. Chicago; A. II. Doriuan.
Davenport; M. D. Fitzgeraltl. Rloom-
ington; C. M. Teeters, Keokuk;. W. D.
iWker, Edgingttm; (). Riddle. Minneapolis-;''
M. T. O'lirien, Kinross,
ltiwa; W. N. Wisherd, Wellman. Iowa;
Ie McCaw n. Sisrtiurnev: Homer Rich
ardson. Delta; W. N. Peppers Illinois
City; D. T. Robertson. Joliet.
BUTTER TUB COMPANY
(lie tremont muter lub eomiKmv,
the industry thflt came here, from Dav-
ciixrt during-. the jvist sumnier. since
it. hasi been in oeration has been the
source of complaint on the part of citi
zens" and anxiety to the city omcials
tn account, of the distribution of its
refuse shavings about the streets in
the neighborhood of the factory.
With the system that the company
uses the dust and shavings from
tne machines is drawn oil with an air
drauarht and the air is released on the
roof. Although a device was used to
separate the dust and shavings from
the air it was not successful and the
combustible material released at an
altitude of to feet from the ground
readily blew about for a number of
All this has been remedied- noyv and
by a device that is astonishingly sim-
le. It is known as the Cyclone dust
separator, and is merely a galvanized
box, circular in form. The air charg
ed with the waste matter is released
into it in xucb manner as to cause a
whirling- motion. The waste, being
heavier than the air, is thrown'to the
sides by centripetal force and falls
down to lie consumed in the furnace.
The air passes uy and out through an
opening- in a tube' that 'projects- down
into the middle of the separator.
The company is. now employing
about sixty men and the factory is
an exceedingly busy place. Some dif
ficulty is- 'lieing" experienced in secur
ing" material, this lieing the season of
the year when the old stock is- about
gone and the new; is being- placetl on
the market. The wet season last year
was unfavorable to the seasoning- of
oek and good timber is? sicarce and
high in price. . When sufficient mater
ial is accumulated -about thirty more
men will ue empioyeti. mere are
enoug-h, machines to keep nearly 100
men busy and the demand for the out
Wiss Josephine Lane,
A Society Leader of Boston,
After Five Years' Suffering from Backache and
Kidney Trouble Was Restored to Health by
. Miss Josephixe Laxe.
" I suffered for over five years with malaria and kidney trouble my whole system
was impregnated with the poison. It affectod my general health, robbing me of energy
and vitality, and causing severe headache ami backache. The digestive organs were also
impaired, so my food seemed tasteless and like lead in my stomach. I passed a dreary ex
istence and my naturally happy disposition was changed into one of constant irritation
and nervous inconsistencies.
44 Warner's Safe Cure was the only remedy ever found which helped me. I bean
taking it in March, and before the warm weather came I was completely cured, felt like
a new woman, full of life and hope.
' Words cannot tell how pleased I am to have my health back. I have a keen appetite
and enjoy my meals ; digestion is perfect. All my aches and pains have left me. 1 have
gained nine pounds in weight and I feel in harmony with all the world because I am
now perfectly well." Very sincerely, MISS JOSEPHINE LANE, 153 Shawmut Ave ,
- Thousands, both men and women, like Miss Lane, have bf en cured of serious compli
cations caused by kidney disease neglected, by Warner's Safe Cure, after all so-called
kidney cures had failed.
"SAFE CURE" CURES BACKACHE.
If you have pains in the back, rheumatism, uric acid poison, rheumatic gout, diabetes.
Bright s disease, inflammation of the bladder and urinary organs; scalding pains when
you urinate, eczema, jaundice, swellings or torpid liver; if a woman, bearing-down sen
sation, fainting spells, so-called female weakness, painful periods; these symptoms tell
you that your kidneys have been diseased for a long time, for kidney diseases seldom put
out such symptoms as the victim recognizes until they have been working several months.
You should lose no time get a 50c. bottle of Safe Cure at your druggist's. It will relieve
you at once and effect a permanent cure. It kills all disease germs.
IF IN DiOUBT MAKE THIS TEST: Let some morning urine stand for twenty-four
hours in a glass or bottle. If then it is milky or cloudy or contains a reddish, brick dust
sediment, or if particles or germs float about in it, your kidneys are diseased.
If, after you have made this test, you have any doubt in your mind as to the develop
ment X)f the disease in your system, seud a sample of ycur urine to the Medical Depart
ment, Warner's Safe Cure Co., Rochester, N. ., and our doctors will analyze it and send
you a report with advice free of charge to you, together with a valuable book describing
all diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladiier and blood, and treatment for each disease.
All letters from women, read and answered by a woman doctor. All correspondence
in strictest confidence. . .
Warner's Safe Cure is purely vegetable and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs.
It is free from sediment and pleasant to take. It does not constipate, it is a most valuable
and effective tonic; it is a stimulant to digestion and awakens the torpid liyer. It repairs
the tissues, soothes inflammation and irritation, stimulates the c.ifeebled organs and
heals at the same time. It builds up the body, Ses it, strength and restores jmersy. ou
can buy Safe Cure at any drug store or direct. 60 CENTS AND ?1 A BO 1 TLB,.
Beware of 50-caIled kidney cures which are full of sedlnent and of bad odor
they are positively harmful and do not cure.
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the bowels sently and aid a speedy cure.
J To Make a Long Tale Short f
- . CI n cut it down, ami to make a long
I To the land
in 64- flours.
poolic and true, of oue train, ami only one the tiol
den State Limited. leaves 12:01 a. m. daily.
Finest equipment 011 wheel-. Compartments and stan
dard sleepers, diner, buffet, library anil observation cars,
lighted by electric lights- Cooled by electric fans. Kuns
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winter evening seem short, have
your friends drop in and with
plenty of good cheer make mer
ry, (iood, pure wines or liquors
drank in moderation are recom
mended even by loc 1a-o. and
we keep only the finest vintages
and the best distillations in ourf
fine stock of wines and liquors.
Retail Liquor Store.
Market Square, Corner Seven
teenth Street and Third
F. H. PLUMMER.
C. I A., Rock Tsland.
S. F. BOYD.
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put is far ahead of the supply.