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THE ABCHJS, THUHSDAY, JUNE 18, 1903
GREW THIS HAIR.
MISS STELLA WELL8,
037 S. Humphrey Ave., Chicago
Ilatrwlll not stop falling of lts,-own accord,
and the lunsrer you let It go without treatment
ttie thinner It becomes, nnd the more difficult to
cure. Sick hair, just-like sick people, will die
if not cured. You can save the hair's life with
Panderine. It makes the hair grow unusually
thick and long, and gives It that natural gloss
and beauty. OW at all druggists, three sizes.
25c, 50o. and Q 1 .00 per bottle.
KNOWlTON UANDKKINK CO Chlcaro.
THE llARPEtt HOUSE PHARMACY,
If so, call -at Bowl by 's. They
carry the largest and most com
plete line of Cameras and sup
plies, both for the aunluur and
professional, in th city. Frsh
Hints and printing papers a'wavs
in stook. We art making spw'iil I
prices on our Cameras now ISi.v
Cameras to le sold a, cost.
"Frrt Ihtrk ICooui.
Knstiiiito Kodak Aenrj at
IGOU-JGOi 1-3 Sec-ond Areuue.
but if you have
destroys and with
crs it like this.
'Destroy the cause
you remove the
No Dandruff, no
Falling Hair, no
Baldness, if yea
KILL THE QERPI
For sale by all druggists. Price $U
For sale by T. H. Thomas, druggist
This is the
1799 Company 1903
C. It. CI1ADIBEULIX, Agent.
Kate only S3 a Year per SI.OOO
PI M '
ill Jl n,l.'. v r :? . t 1
11,1 I..H HXi-I-.
Dr. S. H. MILLER.. M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, 111.
Office and Veterinary Hospital
11J5 Third Artnoe, Koek Ir land, II). Kaldenoe 1813 Fourth Avenue
Offlee hours 7 to 8 a m.. 1 to Z p. m.. 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phones: Oflloe 1409
West, Keaiaence irei weat. Union t'Cooea: uince fvi, tebiacnce o.w f
. J (K- JUL
GETS THIRD PLACE
Foresters Team of Camp 26 Fig
ures in Woodmen Drill
AT INDIANAPOLIS HEAD OAMP
Parade Held Today Wan the Spec
tacular Feature of the
Indianapolis, Inch, June 18. The
nvost important event from a spectac
ular point of view connected with the
head camp of the Modern Wnedmcn
was the biff parade toda.y. It moved
in live divisions, and was in charge of
Chief Marshal Edwin 15. Pugh. There
were 3.300 uniformed men in line rep
resenting every state in the jurisdic
tion of the society. The reviewing
stand was in front of the court house
and the parade was witnessed by
thousands of people. One of the novel
features was the girls band from
j Kansas City.
J Prizes for the drills for the first di
vision were awarded last nisrht as
A. R. TALBOT,
New Head Consul of the lodern Woodmen of America
follow: : First, Kansas City, Mn.;
second, Omaha, Neb.; third. Hock Isl
and; fourth. Pes Moines; fifth, Den
ver; sixth, Lincoln, Neb. The prizes
are in reler $130, $:S50. .'.jM, $150, $100
I rr Cltlea Admitted.
At the business session yesterday
the report of the law committee was
fiiscusscd by sections. The large cit
ies were admit te A to the jurisdiction
and power was given to the executive
council to exempt anyone r any sec
tion of any city. The nftei m on was
spent in the discussion of the report
of the committee on law and largely
taken up by the speeches of .1. G.
Johnson and Truman Plant, of War
saw, 111. Johnson's proposed
amendment to the credentials
committee's report that his
delegation Ik seated in the convention
was finally lost. Tin's the Kansas
controversy was settled and the con
vention was free to proceed with its
routine business. The Woodmen
The Lais With a Glass
cf Hire Rootbwr, brlsrhtrnn her
Schwk, and -qulre aotiml
Itiealth and buoyant Mrita
from her taYoritebCTeraga.
the (rreat hot weather
dnnt, it loia ertrj-
wtwre, or oem ny
11111 lor 26 ci a.
A p Kntf
Chat. E. Him Ca,
For latest stylo, line lln
tsli and strictly custom
make OAK LK ATJIEK
HARNESS, call on
2UO 8venteeoth Streett
L-argest stock of harness
In the tri-clties. An
abundance of lly nets and
covers at very low prices.
month wan changed to conform to the
regular 'calendar. .
The only stand made by the anti
aclimini&trdtion delegates on the elec
tion yesterday was on the question
of taking up the election. Under the
regular order the election of officers
woidd have come one day later. The
administration forces proposed to
change this, and the opposing faction
amended. The vote on the latter was
lost, :5'. to 107. The complete corps
of oflicers chosen was as follows:
Head Consul A. It. Talbot, Nebras
ka. Head Adviser 1). 1J. Home, Iowa.
Head Clerk Charles W. Hawes, Illi
nois. Head Hunker A. X. Hort, Wiscon
sin. Head Chaplain Rev. XV. 15. Gardner,
Providence, II. 1.
J Lead Escort C. D. Elliott, Seattle,
Head Watchman XV. E. lleachley,
Head Sentry George H. Uowman,
Oklahoma City, Ok.
Auditors Louis XV. Otto, Craw
fordsville. Jnd.; F. W. Parrott, Clay
Center, Kan.; John Dennison, Clarion,
Iowa; M. II Carrier, Lansing, Mich.;
E. 11. Thomas, Columbus, Ohio.
Directors G. W. lleilly, Illinois; C.
i ' ' '
(J. Saunders, Iowa; 1. II. Smith. Mis
souri; K. K. Murphy, Kansas; C. J.
Kate Head Jnatmeot la l'p.
Indiana X;lis, June 1. At today's
session of the head camp of Modern
Woodmen the question of rate adjust
ment came up. The report of the
committee appointed to submit plans
was rejected and other plans are be
ing presented and discussed.
Is hereby given that a social meet
ing of the stockholders of the Union
Electric Telephone & Telegraph com
pany will be held at the oftice of said
company in the city of Kock Island,
in the state of Illinois, Friday, the
3rd day of July, A. I). li03, at the
hour of 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
for the purpose of submitting to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the capital stock
of said company from the sum of
four hundred thousand dollars ($400,
000), as at present, to the sum of five
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
($550,000), and for such other busi
ness as may lie brought before it.
Dated this 29th day of Mav. A.
CHARLES A. LEE,
JOHN XV. MORKISON,
JOHN A. FRITCHEV,
GEORGE It. STUCKER,
Thrown From a Waaron.
Mr. George K. Dabeock was thrown
from his wagon and severely bruised.
He applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm
freely and says it is the best liniment
he ever used. Mr. Babeock is a well
known citi.en of North Plain, Conn.
There is nothing equal to Pain Halm
for pains and bruises. It will effect a
cure in one-third the time required by
any other treatment. For sale by all
That Throbbing: Hradache.
would quickly leave you if J'ou used
Dr. King's New LFfe Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous, head
aches. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Only 25 cents.
Money back if not cured. Sold by
Hartz & Ulleineyer, druggists.
Kottol Gives Strength
by enabling the eligestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform all
of the wholesome food that may be
eaten into the kind of blood that
nourishes the nerves, feeds "the tis
sues, hardens the muscles and recu
perates the organs of the entire body.
Kodol Dyspepsia" Cure cures indiges
tion, dyspepsia, catarrh of the stom
ach and all stomach disorders.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Kiess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
WILSON IS FOUND!
Prisoner Who Disappeared at
State Penitentiary Discov
ered Within Walls.
WAS HIDING UNDER BARREL STAVES
Intended - to Make Escape After
Search for Him Had Been
Joliet, June 18. James M. Wilson,
the feirger, who disappearetl mysteri
ously a week agei at the state's pris
n, was found yesterday afternoon
hitling in the dry kiln of the cooper
shop, where he had secreted himself
beneath a pile ef barrel staves. For
a week, he claims, he has not had any
food and only a little water. When
taken from the hole where he had
Ir'cii hiding Wilson was nearly deail
and unable to walk.
The dry kiln is located in the north
half of the prison grounds and not
far from the shed where Wilson's
clothing was found. Deputy Warden
Pierstm ordered Guards White and
Aldrich yesterday afternoon to make
another search through the structure,
which is piled high with barrel staves.
They crawled over the top of these
with their lanterns, as they have done
a doen times during the Last week,
but had little hope of finding any
thing. Finally, about '2 o'clock in the af-:
tcrnoon. White noticed t-oinething ,
move down in a little opening in the j
staves. He called Aldrich and they!
hastily threw oil the staves on top
and found Wilson lying in a little
square box-like' place less than three
feet wideband four feet long. The
prisoner was cramped by his position,
which he hail only left twice to re
plenish a cup with w ater f rom the
fountain in the yard.
Taken to Hoapltal.
Wilson was taken to the hospital,
where he will be kept until he citu
safely be placed in the solitary cell.
He insists that he had no confederates
among the other prisoners, but the
warden and the eleputics believe he
must have had and that they furnish
ed him with water and perhaps a little
When asked why he eoncealed him
self in such a place Wilson replied
that he did not know, but tliil it vn
the spur of the moment, without
thought of the' e-onseqUeMiees. It was
learned through another prisoner that
Wilson had talked to his cellmate
about ese-aping and that he expeyteel
to hide in a sewer until the' search for
him had been givewi up and then make
his escape some night by scaling the
A TRAVELER'S EXPERIENCE'
A party of gentlemen were gather
ed in the' lobby of one of the' leading
hotels the other evening, when an
argument arose as to what Red Ha
ven Splits really were. One geMitle'
man who was traveling for a big
house in Indianapolis, ventured the'
isse'rtion that notwithstanding the
e'xtensive advertising, out ef live in
the party not three could tell what
Reel Haven Splits were, and to what
use tbe-y were put. When the matter
was put to a test it was found that
the Indianapolis man had won. nnd in
the following language' he told his
experience with Reel Hnten Splits:
"I have found, when traveling from
place to plaee, taking my meals at
different hours, sometimes on the
train and sometimes at the hotel, that
my system became eleranged, result
ing in a sluggish liver, dizziness in the
morning, lassitude and loss of appe
tite. 1 had seen the advertisements
of Red Raven Splits and chanced to
sk a druggist friend of mine what
they meant. You can imagine my
surprise at finding Red Raven Splits
we're- the remedy par e'xeelle'iice. for
just such a disorder as I was sufTerintr
from. 1 tried a bottle before break
fast, the' ne'xt. morning nnd found
prompt relief. I learned that they
not only kept it at the drug stores,
but at any bar in any hotel, and since
then in all my traels, when suffering
from headaches, indigestion or nuu-
sea. I have been promptly relieved by
Hed Raven Splits."
Trlnmphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for the
human body by surgery. Organs are
taken out and scraped and . polisheel
and put back, or they may be re
nioveel entirely; bones are spliced;
pipes take the place of diseased sec
tions of the veins;vantiseptic dress
ings are applied te wounels, bruises,
burns and like, injuries before inflam
mation sets in, which causes them to
henl without maturation and in one-
third the time re-quired by the old
treatment. Chamberlain's Pain Balm
acts en this same principle. It is an
antiseptic and when applied to such
injuries, causes them to heal very
quickly. It also allays the pain and
soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Halm
in your home and it will save you
time and money, not to mention the
inconvenience and suffering which
such injuries entail. For sale by all
Ladies elesirinff a transparent com
plexion free from blotches, blemishes.
pimples, blackheads, use Hocky Moun
tain Tea. Makes the skin soft nnd
fair. 35 cents. T. II. Thomas' phar
macy. Cdacata Your Bowtli Wlt
Candjf CaUsartto. cure conatlpattoa forever.
Vo. S t O, JaU, druggist ralund moat
THE MEN AND WOMEN
Who Enjoy the Choicest Products
of the World's Commerce.
Knowledge of What la Beat Bf ore Im
portant Than AVealtb With
It must be apparent to every one that
qualities of the highest order are neces
sary to enable the beet of the products of
modern commerce to attain permanently
to universal acceptance. However loudly
heralded, they may not hope for world-wide
preeminence unless they meet with the
general approval, not of individuals only,
but of the many who have the happy
faculty of selecting, enjoying and learn
ing the real worth of the choicest prod
ucts. Their commendation, consequently,
becomes Important to others, since to
meet the requirements of the well in
formed of all countries the method of
manufacture must be of the most per
fect order and the combination the most
excellent of Its kind. The above is true
not of food products only, but is espe
cially applicable to medicinal asenta and
after nearly a quarter of a century of
growth and general use the excellent
remedy. Syrup of Figs, is everywhere
accepted, throughout the world, as the
best of family laxatives. Its quality is
due not only to the excellence of the
combination of the laxative and carmin
ative principles of plants known to act
most beneficially on the system and pre
sented In the form of a pleasant and re
freshing liquid, but also to the method
of manufacture of the California Fig
Syrup Co., which ensures that uniformi
ty ana purity essential In a remedy In
tended for family use. Ask any physi
cian who Is well Informed and he will
answer at once that it is an excellent
laxative. If at all eminent in his pro
fession and has made a special study of
laxatives and their effects upon the sys
tem he will tell you that It is the best
of family laxatives, because it is sim
ple and wholesome and cleanses and
sweetens the system effectually, when
a laxative Is needed, without any un
pleasant after-effects. Every well-informed
druggist of reputable standing
knows that Syrup of Figs is an excel
lent laxative and Is glad to sell It, at
the regular price of fifty cents per bot
tle, because it gives general satisfac
tion, but one should remember that in
order to tret the beneficial effects of
Syrup of Figs it is necessary to buy the
genuine, which is sold in original pack
ages only: the name of the remedy
Byrup of Figs and also the full name of
the Company California Flgr Syrup Co.
printed on the front of every package.
If a Mai Knows Anytking lie Can Prove It.
I say that the eyes are the cause' of more eiiseomfort and the source of more nervousness than all
other physical organs combine 1. 1 will proe these statements at any time by taking cases of ex
tre'ine nervousness ami chreinie cases e;f all kiiuls. and by removing the cause, allow nature to re
store health anil strength.
If I Fail to Do What I Promise In Any Case I Will REFUND
.... ALL MOMF1V PAin MP.. -
Such investments arc not specula
tive. The south is not a new coun
try. Market antl shipping facilities
are adequate anel first class. The Cli
mate is miltl and favorable. Nedwith
standing these and either advantages,
southern lands are selling for prices
far below their real value and nt pres
ent prices net large returns on the in
vestment. For a free set ef circulars
Nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, eemcerning the
possibilities ef lands in Kentucky,
West Tennessee, Mississippi anel Lou
isiana, on and near the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, for homcseekers and in
vestors, aeldress the undcrsiirneel,
J. F. MERRY,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. I. C. K..IL,
J. M. BUF0RD
The old Fire and
Time - tried Com
Hates as lor as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
Yeuir patronage is
1 Permanently Cured by
CR. KLINE'S GREAT
In f.ti ftlW rt4yM.
COPnCUATTOIT, MMtol r tT Mil. r.rt. W
US TUIAL, ItOTlLE FRKK
Prwtn0iit thira, nwyy iut ,11
Dauoe, IbUlty.i.xhauUoa. huMlU
CR RJ-P.IKF.I.fl.031 rch St.. PMladatphia
V For Drunkenness and
-2kT2 OA Drug Using.
VVaIlV' yPIcase write us.
nHTWa THE PARENT
I ; Accepted m
I The 33 ' 1 IBR
m Best mm Jtmmk
I Family W'-m
I ' Laxative SB
SYRUP OF FIGS
San Francisco Cal.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEA.DIXG DRUGGISTS.
Our French, Fnglish, German
are now here, together with special American effects, all ef which J
we control exclusively in this territor3'.
you these new deeerative ideas.
Adams WeJl Paper Co.,
H. W. WARD, Manager.
J 310-312-314 TWENTIETH STREET
a a i aa aga af s aja J "j
X" "I M-
Before selecting the place for your summer vacation you ought to send
for a copy of our "Handbook of Colorado." This handy Tittle book does not
attempt a description of the wonderful scenery and climate, but it does give
definite information in regard to the resorts, hotels, boarding houses and
ranches in Colorado.
It tells where they are located, how they are reached, what the principal
attractions are, the cost of board by the week and the month, the names
and addresses of the proprietors. At many of them capital fare and
excellent quarters can be secured at from $S to $10 per week and upward.
People of moderate means can well afford to spend the summer in Colo
rado, as the Burlington Route will sell tickets throughout the season at about
half the regular rates on certain days even less than half. Delightful
side-trips can be made from Colorado to the Black Hills and to Yellowstone
Fark at little cost
FRANK A. HART. Passenger Agent,
Office, O. B. & Q. R. R. Depot,
Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES ANT LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
t M,uuftjtui6i of WINTER'S CELEliK A TED liUTEKS.
T 1619-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, I1L
New York, N. Y.
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE,
1JUFOKD 15 LOCK.
and Japanese Imported PAPERS
We are pleased to show
" "I v C 'Ir "fr i!"!' v i1 "I1 f1 b 4
for your summer trip.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Telephone. Wet 1180.
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