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THE AB&TJS, TUESDAY. JUNE 2. 1903
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CONSTIPATION STARTED YOUR SUFFERING,
CURE IT AND YOUR AFFLICTION-WILL VANISH.
Hull's Grapo Tonic
rj bowels will
A naa MnlPa
(,J ordinary cathartics, this remedy is a mild,
gentle laxative in addition to being a greater
when the undigested food remains in the bowels where it putrefies and
empties highly diseased germs into the blood, Euch as typhoid and
malaria, Mud'a Grape Tonic will positively cure. Large sample bottle
will be sent free to any address on receipt of 10 cents to cover postage,
by the Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, 111. Send name of your
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TBI TRAVKUCK8' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. RvJCK ISLAND
& Pacific Rail w ay Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
. sue, or C , R. I. & P. depot
nrth avenue foot of Thirty-
flrst street. Peoria branch depot, root 01
pTwc itleth street. Frank H. Piunucer, C. P. A.
Ltenver limited & Omaha. . t 3:45 am
Ft. Worth, Denver & K. C. t 5:20 aar
Minneapolis t ft:45 am
Dav?ncort& Chicago t 7:50 ao
tpiaaha & Minneapolis.... tl2:4o air
Colorado & Omaha tlSSpra
CK s Moines & Oicaha 12:0 am
Denver, JUnooln & Omaha. 3:40 am
Pes Motnea Exprer- i 2:15 pm
fit. Paul & Mlnneav. '.. 8:40 am
Denver, Ft Worth & C. 5:15 aar
tKansasCity,StJoe&Ca.llf. li:10 pm
1 Roc it Island ft Washington 1:06 pm
Cblcbtro & DesMolcis t 2:15 pm
Roc Island & Brooklyn Ac 4:b5 pm
fba 5:45 pn?
Omaha & Des Moines t 6:00 pm
fpgdar Rpids. Tipton 10:37 am
t 7:00 pm
t B:F5 cm
t 9:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t 8:25 pm
t 7:10 am
t 3:25 pm
t 2 32 pm
t 7:10 am
t 9:25 air
t 4:?0 pm
BOCK ISLAND AND TKOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Flf to
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time given. .
8:10 am 9.40 pm
Jl :45 pm J5.-65 pm
J9:30 am 4:55 pus
t3:30 pm $2:20 pa
t8: 45 am
Peoria. Springfield, St-L.,
Peoria. Springfield, Indian
inKton, Bt. iouis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Cable & Bherrard Accom.
. 'AilTaL Departure tDaUy. except Sun
flay. Pbone West 1C63, West 1128. West 1423.
PH1CACJO, BCKLlNU'l-UN &
k,vtv-1 Qumcy Depot becona
avenue and Twentieth streeu.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
St. Liouis, bprlnKliciu
Qalesburg, Peoria anil
Bteriing, Mendota and
Bt. liouis, Kansas City,
Denver aud Pacific
Sterling ami polcti In
Dubnnue, Clinton, La
Croece, St. Paul, Minn.
andN. W !
Clio ton, Dubuque, and!
Clinton and Intermediate!
s7 KM am
a. Stop at bocklslana 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tCatly except Sunday.
Tlnhore 1 ISO.
; tSt. Paul RaUway. D.,
R.L&N. W. yassenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W- Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
la Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee wlU run
Via Davenport, Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west-
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
enger 11:50 am
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 3-30 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 8:47 pm
Freeport Fxpress 3:45 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except n-jndav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
5 Si?JK3f-l'" "
ACMK PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. K. HOPKINS, Aent.
CARNIVAL, CITY PACKET CO, For Mus
catine. New Boston.Keithsburg.Oquaw
ca and Burlington.
The Steamer J. W. YOUNG, JR. .
Every Monday, Wedneseay and Friday at 4
tfFDlD Htm:-. mru?oirrstSTmr
For Clinton, Dubuque, LaCrosse, St.
Paul aud points between steamer Du
buque, June 1. at 10:30 a. in.
GEORGE LAMOXT, Agt.
Office: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
ephones: Old 1105, new 6105.
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of 1111
isois. Established oyer twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO..
bowela move irregularly the entire
bodily eystem must suffer. Constipation more
frequently occurs among women and it mani
fests itself in provoking profuse leucorrhea
n1 rtfhar Rflrinua femata di spasm. Ttacmlar
result in a complete cure when you
Orarift Tonic TTnlilc nillfi nnd
liver oil or any other preparation
recommended ror that purpose. .Mull s urape
Tonic will permanently cure the most obstin
ate case of constipation, and the numerous
afflictions that invariably follow in its wake.
N o matter if it is piles, liver complaint, kidney
disorder, vertigo, palpitation of the heart,
diarrhea or the self-Doisonine which follows
ui uinj xuutu w vuu c uywtiu.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and txe our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. - We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling BOC
Silver fillings SOC
Gold fillings, $ 1 and up .... . $1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5.00
fl5 set of teeth lor 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
I Buffered the tortures of the
(lnmncil with rrotruilini piles, brouithton by
constipation with which I was aniic-tod for
twenty yeurs. I ran ax.-ro.ss your CASCARETS
in the town of Newell, la.. unl never found any
thin;? to er.uul them. Today I am entirely free
Irom piles and feel like a new man."
C H. Keitz, 1411 Jones St., Sioux City, la.
Plomsant, Palatable. Potent, Taste OonA, To
Good, Sever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 2ic, SOc.
Strrllaf Rramlj Cob pan j, fhlean, lulrnl, X Tor. 312
KO-Tn-RSf Sold and tuaTanWed by all drag
RU-IU-UAU glsutoCCKJi Tobacco Habit.
LOW RATES 1
TO THE 1
SOUTH, SOUTHEAST I
ONE WAV AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connection at Cincinnati from til points
NORTH. EAST AND WEST.
WHITE FOR RATES.
W. A. BECKLER, N. P. A Chicago, tji
1 'Xfl- "NNAVANT. IJX.
I rTTA fi 71. T.T. T A i ' .
W. C. aXNEAKSON. Q. P. A Cincinnati.
JOHN VOLK & CO,
Also Manufacturers of Sash Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring; of All
Xag-le and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ill AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STEEET,
Wp3r BEST FOR
jf VCy THE BOWE
The death of William A. McMahan
occurred Saturday morning at his
home, 1933 Eddy street, at tne age
of 47 years. Cirrhosis of the liver was
the disease. The surviving members
of the family are the wife, one son,
Abner, and three daughters; Mts.
Falk, and Misses - ary and Uessie
McMahan, both at home. The funeral
is to be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, with burial at Oakdale
Sunday forenoon Undertaker James
F. llalligan received a long distance
telephone message from St. Louis, ad
vising him of the death there, early
Sunday morning, of Miss Bridget But
ler, sister of Miss Johanna Butler,
who died there April 11. The deceased
had been a resilient of this city on up
per Harrison street near Thirteenth
for many years before she removed to
St. Louis, where she had made her
home for the last decade.
W. S. Underdonk, of this city, and
Mrs Ida; Smith, of Bock Island were
married si Week ago and have now lo
cated at Cedar Bapids, where they
will iiie, their future home. The
marriage comes as a surprise to tlie
many friends of the couple in the
three cities. Mr. Underdonk was for
merly local agent of the B., C. 11. &
X.., and later chief clerk for the C,
11. 1. & P. freight station.
Miss Pearl Klein, Miss Birdie
Fleischmann. Julius and Harold Ochs,
of laveniort. Miss Jeannette Mosen
felder, of Bock Island, and Miss Bay
Uosenstein, of Moline, were confirmed
at Temple Emmanuel Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Babbi W. II.
Fineschreiber olliciated. A fine musi
cal program was rendered.
John (!. Emmcndorfer, for eight
years with the Jleinrichs Crockery
company, has accepted the tri-city
salesmanship for the A. Logomarcino
wholesale fruit house in this city.
The May report of the chief of po
lice, just compiled, is the largest we
have had in five years. The broad
expanse of trouble which it tabulates
is accredited to the presence in the
city of a small army of shovel men
from the lines of the Milwaukee cut
A committee from the striking but
ton workers called upon the ollicers
of the Davenport Pearl Button com
pany at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
but were informed bv Secretary
Krouse that the directors hud declined
to assemble to discuss the strike with
the commit tee. The committee sub
mitted an agreement on behalf of the
strikers, which proi.led that the lat
tcr would return to work if the com
pany agreed to cease .-my discrimi
nation against union employes- and
to pay the wages paid prior to April
i., when the cut was made that re
sulted in the present, dissatisfaction.
A meeting of the union was held af
ter the committee made its unfruit
ful trip to the company's office, and
the strikers cause will probably be
presented to the local trades assembly
and to organized labor generality in
the next few da vs.
John U. May has recently been up
along the right-of-way of the Iowa
Sr Illinois road, and told the people up
there that he is going to be on the
ground with a big force of men June
(), ready to begin the work of building
that road he has proposed to con
struct between this city and Clinton.
Architect Clausen & Burrows have
id vert ised for bids for the new hotel
Lincoln, which 1). Petersen con
templates erecting on Fourth and
Main streets. The estimates submit
ted will be pened at noon June 13 at
the office of the architects.
At 4:10 yesterday morning at the
honte of his mother and step-father.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kneese, 517 West
Eleventh street, occurred the death
of J. E. Kyle, of consumption in the
23rd year of his life. The deceased
has been ill for the past three months.
He was born and reared in this city
GREW THIS HAIR.
MIS3 DOROTHY CLARK,
2130 Crenshaw St., Chicago.
Put the scalp In an active and normal condition,
and the hair will take care of itself every time.
The scalp Is the soli In which the hair rrows.
It, alone, governs the growth of the hair, and it
must be kept fresh and healthy to Insure a
good crop of hair. The hair Is a product of the
calp, and all the treatments tn Christendom
will do no good, unless they are specifically
efllcacloua In the cure of the diseases peculiar to
tbeca!p. HOW at all drugElsts, three sizes.
25c.f 50c. and 1 .00 Per bottle.
KHOWWON DANDERINE CO., Chicago,
THE HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY,
V ' tf
and is survived only by his mother,
and step-father.. The funeral will be
held at 2 o'clock Wednesday after
noon, with services at the home, 517
West Eleventh street, and with inter
ment at Oakdale cemetery.
Mr. und Mrs. H. F. Petersen have
gone to Ogontz, near Philadelphia.
lheir daughter Agnes will graduate
today from the young ladies semin
ary. Later in the week the party will
sail for a tour of Europe where the
summer will be spent.
At the home of the parents Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Oelrichs, at 3:30 o'eock
Saturday afternoon occurred the
death ox Walter, the 9-year-old son of
the family. The deceased is survived
by his parents, three sisters and two
At noon Sunday at the age of 30
years, and It months, occurred the
death o? Miss Augusta Boseburg, af
ter a long illness. Death occurred at
1(510 Liberty street. The deceased
was born in Harmsdorf, Oldenberg.
(iermany and came to this city when
17 years of age. She is survived by
her mother .Johanna Koseberg, five
sisters and one brother, Mrs. Sophie
Westphal. Wilhelminc Plambeck,
Dora Meire, Johanna Furstcnberg and
Caroline Oemke, and Carl Boseburg.
The funeral was held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock, with interment at Fair
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper F. E. Farr, city; E.
(!. Everitt, Boston; James, L. Demur
od. Platte, S. I).; J. M. Lee. Chicago;
L. C. Mowry, Chicago; .1. V. Semeral.
Chicago; M. A. Adams, Peoria; J. H.
Cibbs, Fveeport; W. C. Howell, Keo
kuk; A. C. Stinemagel, Muscatine; B.
M. Ramsay, Morrison; 1J. I). Ramsay,
Morrison; J. 1. Flynn, Louisville; W.
D. Lemmon. New York; W. W. Ber-
nam. New York; L. E. Doyle. De
Moines; John N. Banyan. Warsaw; F
F. Rhea. Bloomington; W. B. Rhea,
Bloomington; F. 11. Libhy. New York;
J. II. Raymond, Chicago; J. L. (onne
bine, Cincinnati; F. .1. Dowling, Roch
ester; M. B. McLinahan, Chicago; E.
E. Woodward, Lincoln, Neb.; C. B.
Chenode. .Juliet; C. W. Burrows, Chi
cago; P. (i. Hurkley, Chicago; W. H.
llayden. Columbus; H. (i. Schramm,
Chicago; (i. A. Sachs, Chicago; C. F
Buck. Springfield; B. H. Pollock, St
Louis; (i. W. Butties, Minneapolis; H.
C. Trucks, Chicago.
At the Harms (European) J. B.
Swan, Chicago; (I. L. Stock, Chicago;
(ieorge H. Breese, Chicago: R. W. Wli-
son. Chicago; William E. Comfort,
Des Moines; J. K. Wain hrough, (. hiea
go; A. W. Downs, Troy, N. Y.; tieorgt
W. Hull, Troy, N. Y.; II. Baskerville,
Detroit; A. Bosen, Chicago; C. L. Le
Claire, Chicago; E. Erickson. Chicago;
A. A. Emery, Denver. Col.; (ieorge
Keyser, Chicago; .John Johnson. Lo-
gansport; Jt T. Stewart. Hillsdale,
III.; J. J. Murphy. Chicago; C, 1.
Ward, Cincinnati; J. C. Sterns, Buffa
lo. N. Y.; Charles J. Jones.. Chicago.
At the Rock Island K. H. Pernier.
Chicago; (!. H. Havens, Davenport;
Otto Kuehl. Davenport; M. J. Young,
city; Charles H. Lettingwell, St. Louis;
Lewis (ilover, Danville; J. O. Scott,
Jacksonville; E. J. Enright, Colum
bus, Ohio; V. C. Riley, Columbus.
Ohio; H. R. Kilgore and wife, Bloom
ington; II. H. Clay, (ialcsburg; F. V.
Samuclson, Peoria: J. H. Lewis. In
dianapolis; F. Ci. Wait, Aledo; M. 1.
Beed. Brinfield; Ida Lyon, Elliot, HI.;
J. J. Wernunont, Monticello, lown; J.
R. Pitney. Peoria; (5. Reed, Buffalo
Prairie; J. (i. Powell, Drury, 111.; F.
H. Cole, Prophetstown; Dr. W. M
Long, West Liberty, Iowa; J. J. Hus
ton and wife, Springfield.
A Substitute for Robber.
After experimenting for several
years substitute for rubber has
been perfected. It is produced, prin
cipally from asphalt, and can be used
in the manufacture of rubber goods,
linoleum, etc. A substitute of this
kind will probably answer as well as
the genuine article, but in medicine it
has been proven, time and time again,
that all substitutes are dangerous.
Therefore, beware of thein when pur
chasing Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the celebrated family medicine for
stomach, liver and kidney ills, by no
ticing that our private stamp over
the neck of the bottle is unbroken
The Bitters positively cures nausea,
headache, dizziness, dyspepsia, indi
gestion, constipation, nervousness and
general weakness. Be sttre to give it
a trial. For sale by all druggists and
Do Von Enjoy Ay hat Yon Kt?
If you don't your food does not do
you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the remedy that everyone
should take when there is anything
wrong with the stomach. There is no
way to maintain the health and
strength of mind and body except Ty
nourishment. There is no way to
nourish except through the stomach.
The stomach must be kept healthy,
pure and sweet or the strength will
let down and disease will set up. No
appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad
breath, sour risings, rifting, indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach trou
bles are quickly cured by the use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Biess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Chronic bronchial troubles and sum
mer coughs can be quickly relieved
and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar.
ttorr An Year KKlneya I
Dr. Hobbaf BpaMeTs PIU enr all kidney Ills. Pstn
it AoJ. &ti U.B9 Eamadr Co..Caicaeo or W, ?.
With the expected raise of the Mis
sissippi river, Deere & Co., arc prepar
ing for the worst and yesterday they
started removing the machinery which
has been in operation in the basement
so that if the river does flood the base
ment, no loss will be experienced as
far as the machinery goes.
Moline factories have suffered the
loss 'of thousands of dollars through
the flood at Kansas Cits-. ' Messages
received by both the Moline Plow com
pany and Deere & Co., indicate the
extent of damage to their branch
houses which are located in the midst
of the immediate district.
Moline members of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will make an
effort at the state meting of the or
der in Chicago this week, to secure
the next session for this city. Mrs.
C. H. Deere, of this city is state re
gent, and Miss Florence (iould, state
secretary; Mrs. Rutterworth, re
gent; and Miss Evans delegate, will
also attend, all oi whom departed yes
Miss Margaret iiennett departs to
day for an extended visit at Freeport
and Chicago with friends ami rela
tives. Cnpt. Bennett hopes to leave
Saturday for Belle Fourche, S. D.,
for a visit with his son Frank Bennett
and family, and Mrs. Bennett will
leave in a wek or ten days to visit at
Northfield, Minn. During their ab
sence Dr. and Mrs. Bennett will occu
py the Bennett homestead.
Miss Mabel McMann, of this city,
will be married June 17 to 1. F.
Akors. of Cleburne, Tex., the cere
mony taking place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. V. 11. llillhouse in this city.
The wedding will probably take place
in the afternoon and on account of a
recent death the guests will include
only the family and most intimate
friends. Miss McMann is one of the
most popular of the younger set.
The advisory board of the Daugh
ters of the Revolution of Peoria, is
formulating plans for the entertain
ment of Mrs. C. H. Deere, state re
gent, who is to be the guest of the
Peoria chapter June 9. Mrs. Deere
is much beloved by the Daughters and
her visit is to be made the occasion
of great rejoicing and festivity. A
breakfast at the Country Club has al
ready been planned and there will
doubtless be other doings of more or
less jubilance, to make June U memor
able to the lady and her entertainers.
Arthur Hirsch is in the city from
Indianapolis to recuperate from an
Col. (i. Watson French, formerly at
the head of the Sylvan Steel mills in
this city, announced in Chicago Sat
urday a one-eighth increase of wages
npphing.to 40.000 skilled steel work
ers in the employ of the Republic
Iron and Steel company, which ab
sorbed the local mill. The gain to the
men of the Sylvan mill has not yet
been heard, but it is understood that
they come in for a share f the in
crease, for Mr. French declares that
the 110,000 men employed by the Re
public company arc all directly or in
directly benefited. The agreement
was signed Saturday with the Amalga
mated association at Detroit.
At the annual meeting of the free
Kindergarten association yesterday
morning, preliminary stes toward
disbandment were taken. There are
matters yet to be disposed of that ne
cessitate a continuance of the as
sociation for some time yet and who
adjournment was taken it- was to
meet at a call of the president.
Moline ranks second among cities
in the slate in rate of growth of re
cent years and in point of prospective
growth. East St. Iouis alone outdis
tancing. This was the substance of a
statement made by Rev. E. P. Brand
if Normal. III., in his sermon at the
First Baptist church Sunday morning.
Mr. Brand is engaged in state work
for the church and his conclusions
have been reached from an observa
tion of conditions. The eyes of the
state are turned toward these two
localities as communities of the great
est promise, and Mr. Brand felt that
future years would see an extensive
increase in population and progress
in commercial standing. Mr. Brand
discussed the probability' of the estab
lishment of a new church of the Bap
tist faith here. He declared that had
Rev. R. C. Bryant been spared for
further work in his field a new church
would have been started within a
year. He -told of the possibility that
it soon would be undertaken by the
state board, but it is more likely
that the step will not be taken until
the center. of population is determin
ed, he urged. The new church will
be located either at East Moline or at
a central spot between East Moline.
Watertown and the Pleasant Valley
East Moline has granted a saloon
license to the Chicago Brewing com
pany, and the first liquor dispensary
in the suburb is now doing business
at thf old pool hall on Ninth street.
Peter Alters is also seeking to secure
bondsmen and he expects to be open
for business as soon as they have been
approved. The licenses call for the
payment of a fee of $750 a year, to be
settled semi-annually with interest.
MEiSKEU S OINTMENT moolll nd
t II II I ill, mr-m wnvnw, -
pie! knll iotw, It, itch, lr-r bt ernrnon.
At 4rwriU Johtrton, HoUowy a Ce f hU.
L Mrs. Fairbanks
warning symptoms will soon prostrate a
woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: Ignorance and neglect are the cause of
untold female suffering, not only with the laws of health but with the
chance of a cure. I did not heed the warnings of headaches, organic
Eains, and general -weariness, until I -was well nigh prostrated. I knew I
ad to do something. Happily I did the right thing. I took L.ydia K.
Pinkham's Vegetuble Compound faithfully, according to directions,
and was rewarded in a few weeks to find that my aches and pains dis
appeared, and I again felt the glow of health through my body. Since
I nave been well I have leeu more careful, I have also advised a number
of my sick friends to take L.ydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and they have never had reason to be sorry. Yours very truly,
Mrs. May Fairbanks, 21G South 7th St., Minneapolis, Minn." (Mrs. Fair
banks is one of the most successful and highest salaried travelling sales
women in the West.)
When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstru
ation, weakness, leueorrhnca, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that
bearing-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or
flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, or are
beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irri
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all-gone" and vrant-to-be-left-alone
" feelings, blues, and hopelessness, they should remember there is
one tried and true remedy. Iydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
at once removes such troubles. licfuse to buy any other medicine, for you
need the best.
No other medicine for female ills In the world has received
such widespread and unqualified endorsement.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands to health. Address, Ijynn, Mass.
r t I I 11 W C CPIM IHIL I'M
ftbcT testimonials, which will
kakmbmbw tm ftV
Figuring: on a
Arizona? California? Colorado? It all ? Idaho? Or
egon? The way to po is via the Rock Inland. Tourist sleep
ing cars for Los Anjrelcs and San Krnneisco leave every
day for Portland. Ore., every Wednesday without change.
Extraordinarily low rates daily unlil .June .. Full
information on request. Call or write.
i ui jaunt if inB in i ii hi in mt in iiii rnfiir ri" h"- .. - - ,.-,
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H. E. CASTEEL, L. D.
Central- Trust and Savings Bank
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ROCK. ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. SIOO.OOO. ' Four Per Cent Interact Paid m Dpoalu
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
IJccciver and assignee vt insolvent estates. General financial
gent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
I 1 i t-ti 4ii'i
GREAT BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS.
Watches, jewelry, musical instruments, clothing and unredeemed goods of
every description. Money loaned on all the above mentioned articles. Sie
ge la Pawn Shop, 320 Twentieth stree t. 'Phone f63 brown.
tells how neglect ofJ
" Dear Mrs. Pixkiiam : For over two years
I suffered more than tongue can express with
kidney and bladder trouble. My physician pro
nounced my trouble catarrh of the bladder,
caused by displacement of the womb. I had a
f requent desire to urinate, and it was very pain
ful, and lumps of blood would pass with the
urine. Also had backache very often.
"After writing to you, and receiving your
reply "to my letter, I' followed your advice, and
feel that you and Lydia Tl. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound have cured me. lhe
medicine drew my womb into its projier
place, and then I was well. I never feel
anv nain now. and can do my housework
Mrs. Alice Lamox, Kincaid, Miss.
IUIUI V11H wC7 imna a "- 'fc -"
proTe their absolute p-nuinene.
V ha ttm a V a Ariitinil lttr ami a : rrn atn ra A
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. V. A.,
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
HO VP, I). 1. A.. Davenport, Iowa.
MUDGE, H. B. 61MMON,