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THE AltGTTS, MONDAY ATGTTST 10, 1003
Mrs. Anderson, a prominent
society woman of Jacksonville,
Fla., daughter of Recorder of
Deeds, West, says :
"There are but few wires and
mothers who have not at times en
dured agonies and such pain as only
women know of. I wish such women
knew the value of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. It
is a remarkable medicine, different in
action from any other I ever knew and
" I have seen cases where women
doctored for years without permanent
benefit who were cured in less than
three months after taking your Vege
table Compound, while others who
were chronic and incurable came out
cured, happy, and in perfect health
after a thorough treatment with this
medicine. I have never used it myself
without gaining great benefit. A
few doses restores my strength and
appetite, and tones up the entire
sj'stem. Your medicine has been tried
and found true, hence I fullv endorse
it." Mas. R. A. Andeksox. 225 Wash
ington St., Jacksonville, Fla. $5000
forfeit If original of above testimonial proving genu
in. -nest cannot be produced.
The experience and testimony
of some of the most noted women
of America jro to prove, beyond
n question, that Lydia 13. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound will
correct all such trouble at onco
bv removing the cause, and re
storing the organs to a healthy
and normal condition.
In North Carolina, reached
only tih the
Queen a.nd Crescent
is now the delight of the summer
Brevard and Toxaway. situated
2.1 (Ml and 3,ti feet, respectively, above
sea level, surrounded by mountains,
with Iike Toxaway, a beautiful sheet
of water having 1.1 miles frontage, in
the vicinity, are tourist resorts not
to be excelled in the country.
Fish and game in abundance.
Easy of access.
Low round trip rates now in effect.
Excellent schedules with through
For full particulars and booklet,
J. S. McClTLLOUGH.
N. W. 1. A., 225 Dearborn St.
C. R. ALLEN.
A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Time - tried Com
Hates as lot as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
Your patronage is
Now Is The Time....
to paper your rooms. We 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 and
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran-
teed. - ,
PAR.IDON (El SON.
Thones Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St.
EL E. C A STEEL,
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Cplti Stock. 1OO.O0O. Four Per Cent Intrt Ild on Deposit
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.
. . Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
gent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
I If I
NOW MORE STRICT
Copies of New Federal Natural'
ization Law Sent County
PAKTIOULAR WITH ANARCHISTS
Iu Future Granting or Second
Papers Most be Done in
Copies of the new federal law that
is now effective governing the naturalizing-
of aliens are being" sent out
to the clerks of the counties in the
various states. Hereafter it will be
something more of a task to become
a ful I-fledged citizen than it has been
in the past, the amount of "red tape"
that has to be gone through with in
order to bar out the undesirable
lasses being considerably increased.
While in the past it has been the
duty nominally of the county judge
in this state to administer the oath
to the candidates- for. final naturaliza
tion papers, some of the provisions
were commonly waived and the coun
ty clerk or his deputy attended to the
matter. Now it is imperative that the
judge attend to the matter iu open
court. A new set of blanks will have
to be .made out anil the candidate for
second papers, who must be accom
panied by two witnesses, must swear
particularly that he is not a member
of any society having the overthrow
of the ordinary forms of government
as its object. This is only one of
many things that must be taken oath
to. Two sections of the- revised law
particularly emphasize the provision
against anarchists sections 2 and 30.
They are given below:
"Section 2. That the following
classes of aliens shall be excluded
from admission into the I'nited
States: All idiots, insane persons,
epileptics, an 1 persons who have been
insane within five years previous;
Big Four Route
From l'eoria. 111.
Niagara Fa.lls. N. Y.
Tuesday, Aug. II, 1903.
Low side trip rates to Toronto, Ont.,
Alexandria Day, N. V.. and Montreal,
Que. Tickets good returning 12 days,
including date of sale. Special trains
of standard Pullman slecers and ele
gant high-back scat coaches running
through without change. Personally
conducted by representatives of the
"Pig Four,"Who will look after the
wants of passengers.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Wednesday. Aug. 12, 1903.
via Cincinnati and Chesapeake & Ohio
Tickets good returning 13 days, in
cluding date of sale.
Atlantic City. N. J.
Thursday, Aug. 13, 1903.
via Cincinnati and. Chesapeake & Ohio
Stop-overs will be permitted on re
turn trip at Philadelphia and Wash
ington within final limit of tickets.
Tickets good returning 12 days, in
cluding date of sale. Standard lull
man Sleepers running through with
out , change.
For sleeping car reservations or
further information, call on or ad
dress the undersigned
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A.
L. D. MUDGE.
Vice President. "
H.. B. SIMMON,
1 1 1 H i'l
persons who have had two or more
attacks of insanity at any time pre
viously; paupers; persons likely to
become a public charge; professional
beggars; persons afflicted with a
loathsome or with a dangerous con
tagious disease; persons who have
been convicted of a felony or other
crime or misdemeanor involving mor
al turpitude; polygamists, anarchist?,
or persons who bcl'.eve in or advo
cate the overthrow by force or vio
lence of the government of the I'nited
States or all government or of all
forms of law, or the. assassination of
public officials; prostitutes, and per
sons who procure or attempt to
bring In prostitutes or women for
the purpose of prostitution;, those
who have leen. within one year from
the date of the application for ad
mission to the I'nited States, deport
ed as being under offers, solicitations,
promises or agreements to perform
labor or service of some, kind there
in; and also any person whose ticket
r other passage is paid for with the
money of another, or who is assisted
by others to come who does not be
long to one of the foregoing classes.
Mailt ltellTA In Government.
".Section 30. That no person who
disbelieve! in or who is opposed to all
organized government, or who is a
member of or affiliated with any or
ganization entertaining and teaching
such disbelief in or opposition to all
organized government, or who advo
cates or teaches the duty, necessity,
or propriety of the unlawful assault
ing or killing of any officer or officers
either of specific individuals or of of
ficers generally of the government of
the I'nited States, or of any other
organized government, because of his
or their official character, or who h:is
violated any of the provisions of this
act, shall be nat urali.ed or made a
citizen of the I'nited States. AM
courts and tribunals and all judges
and officers thereof having jurisdic
tion of naturalization proceedings or
duties to perform in regard thereto
shall, on the final application for nat
uralization, make careful inquiry into
such matters, and before issuing the
linal order or certificate of naturaliz
ation cause to be entered of record
the affidavit of the applicant and of
his witnesses so far as applicable, re
citing and affirming the truth of ev
ery material fact requisite for nat
uralization. All tiiuil orders and cer
tificates of naturalization hereafter
made shall show on their face spe
cifically that said affidavits were duly
mailt and recorded, and all orders
and certificates that fail to show such
facts shall be null and void.
Heavy Penalty Attached.
"That any person who purposely
procures naturalization in violation
of the provisions of this section shall
be fined not more than $.1,000, or shall
be imprisoned not less than one nor
more than 10 years, or both, and the
court iu which conviction is had shall
thereup'.n adjudge and declare the
order or decree and all certificates
admitting such person to citizenship
null and void. Jnrisdicf ion is hereby
conferred on the courts having juris
diction of the trial of such offense to
make such adjudication."
WOULD HAVE A LAW TO
LICENSE GASOLINE CRAFT
Decent accidents with gasoline
Hunches have created a sentiment
among river men favoring some re
strictions being placed uixm these
raft, .lames I. Cary. of Dubuque,
steamboat inspector, and well known
here, expressed himself on the sul
jeet the other day at Muscatine. The
"Mr. Cary has given the subject of
licensing gasoline boats considerable
study and declared that he believed,
in view of the many accidents that
hapjH'n, they should be required to
undergo the same inspection that
steamboats do. All gasoline Ixiats
over 15 tons, under the present law,
must be operated by a licensed man
or men, provided they arc operate!
for commercial purposes; if not, no
insection is necessary.
"If such a law is passed it will
mean that every owner of a gasoline
boat will have to provide his craft
vvifh sufficient life-saving appliances
and that the capacity will be limited,
undergo the insMction, and either
secure the license himself or get
someone with a license to operate his
boat. Mr. Cary stated that this would
in all probability cause the boats to
be used less in many parts for a time,
but after awhile he believes that all
will secure licenses. The gasoline
boats, if the law is passed, will be in
sected at least once a year, and if
found dangerous, will be denied a cer
tificate, like steamboats. They may
be, stopped at any time, said Inspec
tor Cary, and examined, and as many
times during the j-ear as the inspec
tor Fees fit."
Taken With Crmp-
William Kirmse, a member of the
bridge gang working near Littleport,
was taken suddenly ill Thursday night
with cramps and a kind of cholera.
His case was so severe ,that he had
to have the members of the crew
wait upon him and Mr. Clifford was
called and consulted. He told them
he had a medicine in the form of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Kemedy that lie thought would
help him out, and accordingly several
dvscs were administered with the re
sult that the fellow was able to be
around next day. The incident speaks
quite highly of Mr. GifTord's medi
cines. Elkader (Iowa) Argus.
This remedy never fails. Keep it in
j our home; it may save life. For sale
by all druggists.
Foley's Kidney Cure will .ql&tv- Kit
diseases arising from discrded Md1
neys or bladder. Ail druggist,, v !T
SOLDIERS IN CAMP
Company A Now Settled to
Routine of Duties at Camp
INTEREST IN ELECTION OF COLONEL
Llet. Col. Kltlllscn Will Probably be
Chosen With Mai. Cbannon
Springfield. III., Aug. 10. Interest
among the officers of the fith regi
ment at Camp Lincoln centers in the
elections to be held next Wednesday
night. The election is to select a
commanding officer to succeed Col.
D. Jack Foster; who has been made
brigadier general. It is conceded that
Lieut. Col. Kittilsen will be Foster's
successor and that Maj. W. T. Chan
non will be made lieutenant colonel.
There are two candidates to suc
ceed Maj. ( liannon in command of the
first battalion, Doth are old officers
of the regiment, but are not connect
ed with It at present. One of these
is Capt. F. W. Latimer, formerly com
manding officer of Company M.
which he commanded in the Spanish
American war. The other is Maj.
David Clark, of Monmouth, who for
merly commanded a battalion of the
6th. (lark's time expired and in the
election that followed he was defeat
ed by Capt. Tourtilott, of Companv
K, of LaMo-lle.
All the officers will vote on colonel
an ! lieutenant colonel. The vote for
major will be cast by the YX officers
of the first battalion. It is 1h-HcciI
Maj. Clark is in the lead at this time.
Hundreds nf excursionists spent
Sunday at camp, coming on special
trains from Kork Island, the home
town of Company A, and Moline, the
home town of Company F.
I.'eligious services at camp were
held at 3 o'clock yesterday and were
conducted by Chaplain Ferris, of the
Methodist church at Altoona. (Jen.
Foter is the hero, of the hour. He
was given an ovation by the regi
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Ohio; (ieorge H. Fowler. Detroit; J.
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Chicago; Mollie E. Williams, Decatur;
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orange groves, beautiful gar
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towns is visited every
year by thousands of
tourists who travel
over the Union
it is the best
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It is the only line running
Four Personally Conducted Ex
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For full information call on
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IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Forty-F.Ijcht Thousand Dollars Paid
for a Kancy lAt of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. .Lewis, Peoria
III., for his celebrated Single Hinder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount waa to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of bo high a grading. Herald -Traru
script, Dec. Sl 1902.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
aonsumption of 90 per cent of the
eombustible 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 unhurnables. 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
First in price
First in quality
First in aroma
The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World
The Band is the Smoker's Protection.
Your Upkolstery Work
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Opp. Harper House, Cor. I9tl St. fvnd 2nd Ave.
Our newly enlarged tdi.vlight room enables us to produce,
the I EST large groups in this part of the country. Ca
pacity, eighty people at a time. Dring the whole family
which is the I JEST and cheapes-t way. Family groups on
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All Kinds of Photo Work at the Very
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one direction; via tie
And Seattle,, Tacoma and
Portland . .!
Chicago to North Pacific Coast
points, via direct linos .and CC
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