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Tim ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, r J OIY 1, 1903.
KIDNEY TROUBLE CURED.
General Health Greatly Improved
MRS. M. J. DANLEY.
Mrs. M. J. Danley, Treasurer of tho
Ttebecca Lodge, I. O. O. P., "writes from
12 1 First street, Minneapolis, Minn.:
"Iwas afflicted for several years with
kidney trouble which became quite ser
ious and caused me considerable anxiety.
spent hundreds of dollars trying to
be cared, but nothing gave me any
permanent relief until I tried Peruna.
it took less than three months and
only ten bottles to effect a permanent
cure, but they were worth more than as
many hundred dollars to me. I am fully
restored to health, know neither ache
nor pain and enjoy life," Mrs. M. J.
This experience has been repeated
many times. We hear of such cases
nearly every day.
Mrs. Danley had catarrh of the kid
neys. As soon as she took the right
remedy she made & quick, recovery.
JL Prominent Southern Ldy' Letter,
, Miss Laura Hopkins of Washington,
D. C, niece of Hon. E. 6. Hopkins, one
of the largest iron manufacturers of
Birmingham, Ala., writes the following
letter commending Peruna. She says :
"1 can cheerfully recommend Peru
oa for Indigestion and stomach trouble
and as a good tonic. ' Laura nopMJns.
Peruna cures catarrh wherever located.
Peruna is a specific for the catarrhal
derangements of women. Address The
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio,
for free book on catarrh written by Dr.
& B. Hartman.
r"tlJT"' tobacco spn
UUtM I and SMOKI
Yon can be cured of any orm of tobacco iiRin)
easily, be made well, strong, m.-netic, 1 till o
new iife and vifror by taking MO-TO-BAC
lhat makes weak men strong. Many jrai
teu pounds in ten days. Over SOO.OOI
rured. All druKtn4. Cure guaranteed. Bool
let and adice FREE. Addres RTERLINi
XJCMKOV CO.. Chicago wfc. J7
WED AT HARPER
Jacob Simon and Miss Claire
. Rice Auspiciously .
WAS A. BKILLIAUT SOCIAL EYEHT
MJss Lreona I'lcken Wedded to J.
Burliu McKinley of
With a nuptial ceremony elaborate
ly planned and carried out, Miss Claire
Kstelle Uice beeame the bride, of Ja
rob Hear pinion last evening at the
Harper before a gathering of repre
sentative people from the tri-cities
and outside guests, over 150 being
The service was performed at 8:r0,
ami promptly at that hour Ogden's or
chestra, stationed in a recess of green
ery, broke out in the strains of Loh
engrin's weildJng niareh. The ushers,
Clifford Woodward, of Moninontli.
Charles It. Uice. of fJalesbnrg, Al Si
mon, of Monmouth, and Morris Simon,
headed, the bridal procession which
lebouched from the west stair to the
nain parlor. Following them came
Hie ribbon-bearers, Krma and Margo
ohn, weaving an aisle of pink stuff
is- they went along, through which
the balance of the party took its
course. The matron of honor, Mrs.
. C liiee. was next and behind her
nine the bridesmaids, carrying bask
ts of pink ami vthite sweet eas kus
eiuhvl from their arms by pink rib
ious. . The young ladies were Miss
Ulsa Simon, Miss Blanche Mosenfelder
ind Miss Myra l'ear. f Hook Island,
ind Miss Hannah Kothschild. of Dav
enport. The maid of honor. Miss Jane
?ax IJiec, carrying carnations, fol
owed by Margaret l.obentein, the
ing-loarer, preceded the bride, who
ested on the arm of her brother. M.
'. llice. The groonv a ltd his best
nan. 1. L. Ilice, came from the east
;tair and met the bride at the north
-ide of the parlor where the ceremony
Kabhi William II. Fineshriber, of
Temple Kmanuel, Davenport, officia
ted, the ceremony being performed
n acfnrikmct' with the precepts of
he Old Testament. The bridal pair
tood under a chandelier decorated
vith greenery, s-milax and the wed
ling colors, pink and white and green.
t their back was a bank of palms,
greenery, carnations anl roses. Dur-
S'pace for Some
MAUCKER. (El TONN.
Cash Grocers, Cor. Seventeenth St, & Fourth Ave
Old Phone, West 1301.
New Phone 5489.
The same water is used over
2nd over again to operate
Hot Water and
Only a few gallons need to
be added during a season.
Allen, Myers 6 Co
ing the service the" orchestra played
"Because." " . .
The bride" w ore an elaborate crea
tion of bridal white net, over white
taffeta and liberty silk, trimmed. -with
chantilly lace, cut cn traine, and used
the veil. She curried a prayeT book
from which depended a shower bou
quet of lilies-o.f-the-valley. The maid
of honor wore white mull over white
taffeta, tihnmed with lace and car
ried carnations. The matron of hott
er was attired in a beautiful white
lace robe, carrying an arm bouquet
of pink roses tied with white tulle.
The bridesmaids wore white.
At the conclusion of the ceremo
nials the bride and groom were fairly
overwhelmed with the congratulatory
enthusiasm of the many guests and
there followed a jieriod of rare felici
tation. Supper va served in the din
ing room later, plates being laid for
150. At its conclusion Ogden's or
chestra furnished music for dancing,
with which the balance of the evening
wn passed away all too quickly. The
groom's presents to his ushers were
gold seal pins.
Will Rlde In Monmouth. .
Mr. and Mrs. Simon left during the
night on their wedding trip, their
destination probably the east, after
which they will be at home in Mon
mouth. Jacob Hear Simon, the groom, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ixopold Simon,
of Hock Island, and was raised in this
city. After attending the schools
here he went to Augustana college,
where he graduated with credit, let
ter he took a two years' course at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technolo
gy. At present he is the manager of
the Tinted States Clothing company
in Monmouth. He is very popular
among his associates, as with splendid
business ability, in him are united the
nhaneitig qualities of sociability anil
The bride, who has been residing at
the home of her brother, M. C. Hice.
is educated in the schools of liock
island and numbers her friends in the
tri-cities by the score, among whom
she owes her popularity to her many
accomplishments and personal graces.
Her removal to Monmouth will be that
ity's- gain, but Hock Island's hiss.
Among those from abroad who
were present to witness the interest
ing ceremony were. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I!
nx. of Ottuimvn, Iowa; Miss Clara
Sax and Carrol Sax, of ()ttumva;-Mr
and Mrs. K. K. Levy, of Chicago; Mr
and Mrs. I. M. Lohenstein, of Cedar
Hapids, Iowa; the Misses Irene and
Margaret Lobensteiri, of Cedar Hap
ids. Iowa; Miss F.lsa Hear, of Chicago;
Herbert Wallers teiii, of I'aducah, Ky.;
Hobert rerris, Clifford Woodward. Kli
Sehloss, Al Simon and Arthur l'rowti.
of Monmouth; Charles Hice, of (Jules
ourr: .miss .Mice .missuuuhl of SMirm"-
' ' . - - - ,
field, HI. -
At th home of the bride s. parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Ficken. 621 Twen
ty-third street, Hock Island, Miss beo
na M. Ficken was married last even
ing to .1. lSurlin McKinley, of Moline,
son of Postmaster and Mrs. Ueortre
ii. .Mciiniey, or mat city, ine cere
mony was performed at S o'clock by
Hev. r. U. Johnson, of F.dinnirton. An
teresttng tact in. tins connection is
that Hev. Johnson officiated at the
wedding of the bride's parents
years ago. The simple church service
was used, the bride and groom taking
their places in the front parlor unat
tended, save for the little flower girl,
Miss Mabel McKinley, who strewed
marguerites in their path.
Jieiiueissonn s weutiing niareh "was
played at the piano by Miss Winnie
Tenges, of Milan, and during the cere
mony she played (J, l'roiiuse Me.
The couple stood under a bell of smi
Iax and marguerites, while at their
back was a portiere of irreenerv en
twined with daisies, banked with car
nations and roses. The wedding col
ors were green and white. Only inti
mate friends and the relatives to the
number of 50 were present, and at
the conclusion of the ceremonials
these sat down to. the supper which
was served in the dining room. The
table was decorated with carnations
wniie tne room was lestooned in
green. J he bride s dress was of white
silk mull over white taffeta, trimmed
in duchesse lace and cut en traine
She carried a shower bououet of
ine oriue received ner education in
the schools of the city, completing
the high school course before taking
up teaching. Hcccntly she has had
charge of a school near Port llyron
The groom is a n-employe of Hock Isla ml
arsenal. They w ill stay for the present
at the home of the bride's parents
until the groom finishes the home
which is being built in Moline. Among
those present from out of town, were
Mrs. J. M. Pierce, of Spokane, Wash.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hobirtson. of
Rock Island Road Enters Objec
tions to Action of Mileage
CLAIMS ; ' UNPAIR TREATMENT
FILES A PROTEST
Discrimination Sakl to Have Betn
Started When Coaat Line Was
Chicago, July 1. The Hock Island
filed a vigorous protest yesterday
with the chairman of the Western
Passenger association against-the ac
tion taken by the interchangeable
mileage bureau lines at Monday's s-e-
cret meeting when an interchange
able mileage ticket was adopted. This
meeting, the Hock Island says in its
letter to the chairman, was held be
hind closed doors, and it was not in
vited to attend, although a member of
the mileage bureau. It votes "no" on
the proposition and protests against
any coniDinamm ior tne lnirouucnou
of tickets which will affect its revenues.
The Hock Island people feel that
they hae been badly treated by their
competitors ever since the comple
tion of the new transcontinental line
via El Paso and the acquisition of the
St. Louis & San Francisco road. In
the first place, the Hock island was
refused a fair proportion of tiie inimi-
ant business over its new line to
California, which compelled it to with
draw from the immigrant bureau and
Western Passenger association.
The attack now made on it is claim
ed to be for the purpose of compell
ing it to quit the mileage and clergy
men business. If the new mileage
ticket arrangement is put ii effect by
its competitors the Hock Island means
to retaliate bv extending the present
OOO mile credential book over the
entire Hock IsIand-'Frisco systems, or
will allow the southwestern lines, all
of which use the "mileage credential."
to cover all of the Hock Island-'Frisco
"More radical steps will be taken."
aid a prominent official of the Hock
slaind yesterday, "if this tight against
our road is continued any longer.
The final outcome is likely to be an
all around rate war.
There is no truth in the report that
the Hock Island lias suspended oper
ations on the line being built be
tween Kansas City and St. Louis.
About ten days ago W. 15. Leeds, pres
ident of the Hock Island, ordered the
contractors to suspend operations on
the line between Kansas City and
Pleasant Hill vthile a plan to connect
the Hock Island and 'Frisco lines near
Pleasant Hill was considered. Hut
the contractors already had several
hundred men and steam shovels and
graders at work on this part of the
line, and the work was not suspend
ed, the contractors continuing on
their own responsibility. Since then
the stay order has been revoke!. The
contractors are hurrying the work on
all parts of the line ami exjM'ct to
have the grading1 of the road complet
ed between Kansas City and Versailles
within four months.
ITS A STAYER.
Comes Qnlchlv ltnt It Cornea to Stay. How
a llock Inland Citizen mot Rid of It.
Comes earlv, stavs late. No stranger
can be more unwelcome. Makes life
a misery all day long. Keeps you
awake nights. Irritates you; spoils
your temjM'r. Do you know this ifn
welcome truest. Ever have it come
and stay with you? Know what it is'
Eczema. If you ever had any itchi
ness of the skin you know how hard
it is to shake it off. You would like
to know how to do it? Let a Hock Isl
and man tell you. Head his statement
F. A. Scott, of 2500 Fifth and a half
avenue, retired farmer, says: "I tried
various remedies but none gave any
permanent relief until I used lVan's
Ointment. 1 saw it was especially
recommended for my trouble nnd got
a box at Marshall & Fisher's drug
store. It worked like a charm and
stopped the intolerable itching almost
immediately. I continued the use of
it for a short time and was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
United States. Remember the name
'Dean's and take no other.
' No False Claims.
The proprietors- of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a
"wire cure for consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this dread
complaint in advanced cases, but do
positively assert that it wilt cure in
the earlier stages and1 never fails to
give comfort and relief in the worst
cases. Foley' Honey and. Tar is
without doubt the greatest throat
and lung remedy. Refuse substitutes.
In all forms of kidney and bladder
diseases, the best physicians recom
mend Kid-Ne-Olds. They are com
pounded after, the formula of a cel
ebrated chemist, and represent tho
scientific study of 18 years. Put up in
tablet form at $0c. Pleasant-to take.
T. U. TUOilAS, Leading Druggist.
A SarKlcal Operation.
is always tlangerous. Do not sunmit
to the surgeon's knife until you have
tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
will cure when everything else fails.
It has done this in thousands of
cases. Here is one or. them: J sui-
fered from bleeding and protruding
piles for 20 yeare; was treated by dif
ferent specialists and used many rem
edies, but obtained no relief until 1
used De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Two boxes of this salve eirVed me IS
months ago and I have not had a
touch of the piles since." H, A. Tis-
dale, Summerton, S. C. For blind.
bleeding, itching and protruding piles
no remedy equals DeWitt's Witch
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Heiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
jji ( (IjDCq sgg
Jhz- J Duplicates another Crcmo. It never Jtflfill&f
varicsl' qualiy aromar prfc
Cremq is a cigar of invariable goodness that is sold in every town and at the ontprieeof 5 cents. Any
one that sells it for less does so with the endeavor to reflect on Cremo quality at the cost of profit.
The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World.
Tho Band la tho Smoker's Protection,
of $5.00 each to be given to
the School Children of America
School Children's Competitive Advertising Gontest No. 841.
-rxcjb CrvxfcVtJL CccUa cLcrvj.
11 rs L V-b
This sketch was made by Ada M.
Minard. aged 1."., Horace Mann school.
Hock Island, 111.
We ghe a cash prize of $.".oir for
any drawing of this character which
we accept and use. All school chil
dren can compete. Full instructions
will be found 011 inside of each pack
age of ECC-O-Sr.l-:, telling what to do
to get the prize, and how to make the
Kgg-O-See is a Hake fool and is
manufactured from the choicest
wheat which can be procured. It is
made in the most perfectly appointed
food mill in the world. It is pure and
healthful beci.iise no other food is
made under s-uch strict sanitary regu
Note The price of Egg'-O-
See is 10 cents for a full
such as is usually sold for 15 cents. The largest food mill in the world, with
the most approved labor-saving machinery, enables us to make the best
flaked wheat food at this lower price.
L A, '
Mud by th
BREAKFAST FOOD C
Battle Creek, RStch. Quincy. Ut
ASK Y-OUH UKOCKK FUIi THE till KEN PACKAGE.
If your grocer does not keep it, send us his name and 10 cents and we will send you a package, prepaid.
Address all communications to Battle Creek Breakfast Food Company, Quincy, HI.
It's Quality That Counts
Sound kidneys are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
TREATMENT phlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatments
has cured thousands; has Injured none
incorporated under the laws of Ml
sols. Established over twelve y ear.
WILLOW BARK CO..
rrtfecJ$aramL - - fft3V3. M
Nothing Better Than
Call and look through our new
Fixture Room. New stock.
fgJ W. A. ROBB & CO.,
119 lStll Rf. Phone We,qt 1533
Now Is The Time. ,.Uf: I
to paper your rooms. AVe have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are-selling
at. the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force, of workmen. All kinds of painting ami J
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran-
PARIDON a SON. I
Z Thones Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St.