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THE AH&T7S, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1903.
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i To be tired out from hard work or bodily
exercise is natural and rest is the remedy, but
there is aa exhaustion without physical exer
tion and a tired, never-rested feeling a weari
ness without work that is unnatural and shows
some serious disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes o!
that ' Always-tired, never-rested condition" is impure blood and bad circu
lation. Unless the body is nourished with rich, pure blood there is lack of
X' V V d 1UU1 J oi O a W UUOl OU Willi OUf7Hl ucuiiiti
causing av thorough breaking; down of zny system. My
about it. I tried it and it cured me. I heartily re
commend S. 8. 8. to all who may feel the need of a
thoroughly good blood tonic. Tours truly,
MBS. JOSLE A. BRITTAIN.
44 W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn.
cles become weak, the di
gestion impaired, and cousin, who had been benefited by 8. B. 8., told ma
general disorder occurs
throughout the system.
Debility, insomnia, ner
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little
ailments we often have are due directly to a bad con
dition of the blood and circulation, and the quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals
S. S. S., which contains the best ingredients for
cleansing the blood and toning up the system. It is a vegetable blood purifier
and toilic combined, that enriches the blood, and through it the entire system
is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Perhaps you do. We've got it to loan on everything. Also some great bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in 9 k. diamond ring. Siegel's
Loan olhce, 320 TwtJith street. Thone 633 brown.
TUB TBATKtEBS' QUIDS.
CHICAGO. RliCK ISLAND
& Paoiflo Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second are
nue, or C , R. L fc P. depot.
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
first street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Tw ltleth street. Frank H. Plumtner. C. P. A.
Denver Limited & Omaha., t 3:15 am
' FV Worth, Denver St K. C. t 5:20 air
Minneapolis t 6:4. am
Davenport & Cbloaro t 7:60 air
tOmana & Minneapolis.... 12:45 air
Colorado A Omaha t 1:10 pm
Des Moines & Omaha 12:0 am
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha. 8:40 am
Des Moines Expree- X 2:1 & pm
B. Paul A Ktnneavv ' . 3:40 am
Denver, Ft. Worth & C. 5:15 am
tKansM City. St Joe & Calif. U:10 pm
IRoek Island & Washington 12.53 pm
Ch1in ADeaMoInfi 2:15 cm
Rook Inland & Brooklyn Ac 45 pm
torn 6:4ft pm
Omaha & Des Moines it 6.00 pm
JUetJa' K'Plda. Tipton 110:87 am
t 7:00 pm
t : am
t 3:00 am
t 0:52 am
t 7:10 am
t 3:za pm
t t 00 nm
t 7:10 am
t 9 10 am
t 4:30 pm
SOCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria, Springfield. St. L.
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cln
alnnatl, Blooming ton....
Cable & Sherrard Aocom.
Cable & Hherrard A eoom .
t2 03 pm
i 55 pm
An-lval. fDeparture tDally. except Sun
day. Phone West 1003, West 1423.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
tjulncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
St. Louis! Sprlnneld
Galesburg, Peoria and
S .erKng, Mendota and
S Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points Intermediate
D ibuque, Clinton, La
urosse, st. aui, Hunn.
and N. W
C in ton, Dubuque, and
C Inton and Intermediate
7:30 am 8:35 am
t 30 am tO:3S am
s7:25 pir 7:10 pm
t7:2Spm t7:10 pm
s7:40pm 7.00 am
7:00 am 7:00 pm
g7:00 am "7:00 pm
s. Stop at Rock Island 25 minutes tor meals,
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
St St. Paul RaUway. D.,
r K. I. at n. Y. passenger sia-
iMllWA nXTfl tlon at foot of Seventeenth
ifVtsi M,tn "-eet. George W. Wood,
KStrtM I agent. The trains for Du-
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Ttaina for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport, Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will oonneot at Savanna for points
ast and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All trains dally exoeot Sunday
Passengers for point beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side Of the river.
Jr - :-Xt
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OP WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
Steamer Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday a 4 p.m. and
Sunday at '4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse,
St. I'aul and points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, Aug. 16, at 10 a. m.
For Muscatine, liurlington, Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steamer
QUINCY, Aug. 10, at 0 a. m.
7 : - GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
-' Offle: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
Vphorea- Old 1105, new 105. ;
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save vou money. Ve use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first-
class in every respect. II you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te 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 ,
Bone filling ....
Gold fillings, $1 and up . . .
Gold crowns, 4 to 5
Set of teeth, $5 and up
15 set of teeth for
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel' Drug Stor.
I have lirrn uinr OASf ARKTS nnl nm
nill't ana eiirtiv. luimivo tnry urn jiinjiiy won
derful. My daitiriitor nl I were litithrn-d with
MJ-mu'-h nii! our br.-nth wan very bad. After
takin? ft few le of Canearet" wo have improved
wouierf ally. They are a ret help iu ilie faiuily."
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FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connections ! Cincinnati from all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
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W. W. BUNNAVANT, IJJL. Warren. O
w7o. BXtfSAM&Olt. Q. P. A. .. ClncinaaU.
The rough riding record of Daven
port is held by a small lad whose
home is at the corner of Seventh and
Farnam streets. Wednesday night lie
broke loose with his wheel at the top
of Farnam street hill. His feet lost
the petlals very qiiiekly, and he fairly
fell tliown the hill. At its foot is Rail
road street, and below is the shop
yards of the ItoeK Ishiiul, niueh lower
than the level of that street, from
which it is fended by n stone wall.
The wheel stopped again.st the wall.
The boy went on over. A cinder car
was standing on the track below.
The boy went into it, and over it, and
down to the ground on. the other side.
lie was picked up by persons who naw
the adventure and carried to his
home, lie is hurt badly enough not
to repeat the experiment, and it is a
woiHler he was not killed.
A runaway which came near caus
ing serious injury and which resulted
in a total wreck of the carriage oc
curred on West Third street near the
ball park Wednesday afternoon. The
rig was being driven by Mrs. Henry
Kraftmeyer, who lives in the north
end. The animal appeared quiet
enough until they had just turned the
bend on West Third street when the
horse suddenly became frightened at
a street car and dashed down the
street. The horse swerved to one
side and struck a telephone pole
which took off part of the rig. Mrs.
Kraftmeyer was then thrown from
the vehicle anil was barfly bruised.
The statement is made by union
"lass-workers that the strike at the
Pittsburg IMate (ilass company's plant
is off, and that the men who walked
out last week will return to work
next Monday. It is understood that
all differences have been adjusted
and that the cause of the walkout,
the presence of Minneapolis work at
the plant has been removed. It is a
source of conjf rat ulatioirs lor botli
Manager Field and the union if such
is tiie case, x lie resumption t worK
at the plant next week will put 3o or
40 men back in good positions.
At the residence of William Fry,
615 Uridine avenue, at S o'clock Wed
nesday evening occurred the marriagi'
of Miss Viola lManche Fry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. S. Fry, of Urbana
111., and .1. E. Nelson, of llartrand.
Neb. Kev. C. A. Moore, of the Kd
ward Congregational church, per
formed the ceremony. Miss I Jessie
Reynolds and K. T. Faxton were the
attendants. They left for a two-
weeks' visit to llartrand. Neb..
At the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Wittier. .'521 Hast
Fourth street, at M o'clock Wednesday
eveninir, occurred the marriage of
Miss Frieda C. Wittiir and K. F. Tol-
vllle. both of this city. Rev. C. ('
Davis, of the Christian clnrrch per
formed the ceremony. The groom i
a popular photographer in the employ
of J. 15. Hostetler. The couple will re
side in Davenjxirt.
The contract for the erection of the
new Catholic church at ISettendorf of
which Rev. (ieorw (iitrlimrer is to be
the pastor, has been let to the con
tracting firm of Coen & Conway, upon
their hid of .f'J..?4. I he above price is
for the mere bttilrfinsr alone and does
not include any of the interior furn
ishings or heating and lighting fix
tures, plumbiny. etc.. which will brinff
the total cost to a much higher fiir
ure. The church will be a frame
structure. r2. feet in dimensions
an-rl will be finished by Nov. 15. Rev
tiiu-Imirer expects to start services in
thi. new sanctuary by Dec. 1.
The old settlers of Scott county art1
prenarinir to hold their 47th annual
Don't Be Fooledi
Take tba genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mad only by Madison Mdr
cino Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on eacb package.
Price, 33 cents. Never o
In bulk. Accept no iubstt
Ma tut. Ask you oj-uzkUC
WILLOW BARK fWflD,?k"
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none,
incorporated under the laws of 1111
iois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO..
7m t aat suet. CMTftSS. UX
reunion und festival. Thursday, Auir.
27, is the date they have set for it.
and the exercises are to begin at 10
o'clock in the morning, and last
through the day. The statement has
been published that this gathering is
to take place in Central park. While
that would be a beautiful place to
nwet there are certain disadvantages
attending the holding of the festival
there, so it is to be held at Hiberni
an hall, on Rrady street above Fourth.
One flight of stairs is all they will
have to climb there, it is a central
point, convenient of access from all
parts of the city.
The bie trust deed of the Davcnixirt
& Suburban Interurban railroad was
placed on tile in the recorder's otliee
estertuiy. 'i he. trust deed is for $!().-
(MM), and is made out in the (iermania
rust company of St. Louis. The deed
is signed by Ad-olph I'riestcr, presi-
ient, ami 15. F. Aufderheide. secretary
of the Davenport Xr Suburban and
Thomas Wagner, president and Henry
Koehler, secretary of the trust com
pany. The deed is printed in book
orm and is neatly bound in a leather
over. It contains a dozen or more
losely printed pages.
The annual work of construction
upon the I. . I. road was begun yes
terday afternoon, when Chief Engin
eer W. I Roright started a force of
men at work at the city limits, near
the eml of the paving on the River
road. The brick are now being re
moved preparatory to extending the
line to meet that of the Tri-City Rail
way company at its eastern terminus
at the Jersey Ridge road. Mr. 'I Jo-
right states that from now on actu
al construction is under way and will
be continued until the entire line is
completed from Davenport to Clinton.
The force of workmen will le shortly
increased and. the work be pushed to
W. F. Mattes, a broker, started yes
terday morning to corner the timothy
hay of the country. lie wired hun
dreds of large producers offering to
buy tar lot. At noon he tried to
send hun!irc('s of other message
when the managers of the offices be
came suspicious and notified hiswif
She thinks hint insane and persuaded
the police to send him to Mercy hos
pital. where later in the tlnv lie be-
oanie violent and is now in a padded
Illinois Central Railway
OF INTEREST TO
Free Transportation to Attend the
Annual Meeting at Chicago.
Public notice is hereby given that
the regular, annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Illinois Central
Railroad company will be held at its
offices in Chicago, 111., Wednesdaj-,
Oct. 21, 1103, at 12 o'clock noon.
To permit ersonal attendance at
said meeting there will be issued to
each holder of one or more shares of
the capital Mock of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad company as registered
on the books of the company at the
close of business Tuesday, Sept. 29,
1003, who is of full age, a ticket en
abling him, or her, to travel free over
the company's lines from the station
on the Illinois Central railroadnear
est to his, or her. registered address
to Chicago and return, such ticket to
be good for the journey to Chicago
only during the four days immediate
ly preceding, and the day of the meet
ing, and1 for the return journey from
Chicago onjy on the day of the meet
ing, and the four days immediately
following, when properly counter
signed and stamped during business
hours that is to say, between 9 a. m.
and 5 p. m. in the office of the as
sistant secretary, V. (J. Bruen, in Chi
cago. Such ticket may be obtained
by any holder of stock registered as
above, on application, in writing, to
the. president of the company in Chi
cago. Each application must state
the full name and address of the
stockholder exactly as given in his, or
her, certificate of stock, together with
the number and date of such certifi
cate. No more than one person will
be carried free in respect to any one
hold'ing of stock as registered on the
books of the company.
A. G. 1IACKSTAFF, Secretary, j
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C. Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service, Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
NEWS IN OUTLINE
The steel makers of derma ny havo
reached an agreement not to sell partly
finished goods abroad below certain
Field Marshal Lord Roberts and his
staff have- checked passage for Boston,
Mass., to sail Sept. 23.
Marine Minister Telletan, of France,
has married Mile, de Niese, until re
cently a teacher In a Paris public
Charles Relehmami, known as tli
inventor of the first oil cooking stove,
Is dead at his home in Brooklyn, aged
Seyen drafts declared to be worth
less have been presented to the Corn
Exchange National bank, Chicago,
within a few days.
The coroner's Jury which investi
gated the accident at thft Philadelphia
ball park placed the blame on the old
Philadelphia be ball club, limited.
The British admiralty denies that
any British men-of-war are being sent
to Turkish waters.
In St. deorge's church. London Al
dermnn Honore Ta liner, son of the late
Potter Palmer, of Chicago, married
Ornef dreenway Brown, of Baltimore.
HIrnm J. Seoggan, the well-known
turfman, is dead at Ioulsville, Ky.
Kuehne Beverldge, daughter of the
liite dovernor Beveridge, of Illinois,
will bo married Atig. 23 to W. It. ISran-
son, of Johannesburg, South Africa.
. Wilson Llppincott, the largest man
in Pennsylvania, has1 Just been burled
He weight ft?u pounds and a derrick
was used to lower him Into the grave.
The Ladrones are still active in the
Philippine Islands, attacking wherever
they see a chanc. '
Mrs. Rachael Hoffman, mother of I
Henry and S. S. Hoffman, of this city.
died at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday even
ing in Muscatine, of the inhrmities of
age. The venerable lady oasseiL away
at the home of her daughter, with
whom she has lived for the past few-
years, and the funeral was held from
her home today. Of Mrs. Hoffman's
nine children, six. were present when
shr passed to her rest. She was born
in (.Jermany Nov. 10, 1821, and came to
America'' with her husband CO years
i go. The last seven or eight years she
has lived in Muscatine, where two
married daughters and a son have
their homes. The children who sur
vive her are all married: Mrs. Sarah
Berry, of Chicairo: Mrs. Bertha Berry.
:.e Spokane; Mrs. Emiiitt Colin, of
Muscatine; Mrs. Sam Cohn, of Musca
tine; Will, of Muscatine; Henry and
S. S., i f this city; Alfred and Isaac, of
Alice C. Erickson, 17-year-old' daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson,
dietl at the home, 147 Seventh avenue.
it 4:20 yesterday afternoon, after
nine months of suffering with tuber
culosis. She was a bright ami cheery
girl and had iiKiny friends who will
extend sympathy to the family in
their loss. She leaves her parents
and three brothers and sisters, all at
Fred (Jtistafson is in the city from
St. Louis for a visit with hi mother.
lie arrived yesterday with a young
lady whom he claimed in marriage
Wednesday afternoon in St. Louis.
The fortunate young lady was Miss
Alice Doyle, of the Mound City, and
she is her husband's companion on
hiss annual vacation. They will be the
guests of Fred's mother, Mrs. Hanson.
it 1427 Thirteenth street for several
Wednesday evening at the home of
her parents Miss Alma Hcdwick Kall-
imiii was married to Charles E. Wed
ding, of Kewanee, by Rev. A. (I.
Johnson, in the presence of a few
lelatives and friend. The ring cere
mony was used. After the wedding a
three-course supper was served the
guests. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. KaHman. of 501
Fifth avenue in this city. The couple
met each other in Kewanee. where
tne nriuo was at work some time ago.
At S o clock Wednesday evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William
Holmes. 1C20 Thirteenth avenue, took
place the wedding of their daughter
Edith to William A. Stewart in the
presence of a party of 75 relatives and
friends. Rev. James Biggins officiat
((!. The Mioses Mabel Traver and
Myrtle Hall wwe the attendants
the bride. After the ceremony had
been performed supper was served to
the guests and congratulations were
extended) to the hnppv couple. Thev
were the recipients of many presents1
They will go to housekeeping at once
at Twenty-fifth avenue and Eighteen
A BALD NEWSPAPEH MAN
Getting m New Crop of Hair and Has no
Everybody in the northwest knows
Col. Daniel Searls, the veteran journ
alist and publicist of Butte. Jan. 10,
15MK), the colonel writes: "I used a
couple of bottles of Newbro's Herpi
cide with marvelous results. The
dandruff disappeared; n new crop of
hair has taken root, and the bald
spot is rapidly becoming . covered."
Herpicide is the only hair preparation
that kills the dandruff germ that digs
up the scalp in scales as it burrows its
way to the root of the hair, where it
destroy? the vitality of the hair, caus
ing the hair to fall out. Kill the dand
ruff germ, with Herpicide. Soldi by
leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps
for sample to The Herpicide company,
Detroit, Mich. For sale by T. II.
KNOWS MI-O-NA DOES HOOD
T. II. Thomas Has Such Faith In this Ke-
markable Flesh Forming Food that
He Sells It Vnder (iuHrantee.
It is an unusual thing for a drug
gist to sell a medicine under a guar
antee to refund the money if it does
not give satisfaction, yet this is the
way T. H. Thomas, whose word is as
good as his lxnd. is selling Mi-o-na.
the remarkable nesh-forming food
and cure for dyspepsia.
Never before has he had so large a
number of customers tell him that a
medicine has cured, as since he began
People who a few months ago look
ed like walking skeletons have put on
flesh and today are ruddy and vigor
ous, with perfect digestion and good
health, solely due to the use of this
There is nr longer any need of anv-
one't suffering or making their
friends suffer because of stomach
troubles or distressing thinness.
Mi-o-na can be relied upon to regu
late and strengthen the digestive or
gans and to build up good, solid, beau
T. II. Thomas takes all the risk by
selling this preparat ion under a guar
antee to return the money if it does
not. give satisfaction. He will sign an
agreement to this effect, and take
your word as to whether Mi-o-na
cures or not.
Headaches, all forms of indigestion,
specks before the eyes, di.zy feeling,
ringing in the ears, all forms of liver
troubles, emaciation and general run
down conditions are cured by Mi-o-na
A few davs" treatment shows a con
siderable gain in health, and a cure
Now is the. best time in the whole
year for the enjoyment of good
health. Use Mi-o-na and vou will soon
be in such perfect condition that you
can enjoy every minute.
Taken With Cramp.
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. Gifford was
called and consulted. He told them
he had a medicine in the form of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy that he thought would
help him out, and accordingly several
doses 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
your home; it may save life. For sale
by all druggists.
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Debilitated Men and I
Women. Do Vou
Want to Get Cured?
DR. BORNE AND STAFF CAN
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MEN AND WOMEN MISER
ABLE. DR. BORNE HAS GIV
EN THOUSANDS- WHO SUF
FERED A NEW DESIRE TO
Has cured them after others have
failed and they had lost hope.
Never fails because he will take only
Has been successful because his large
and long experience has littcd him for
Has every appliance to examine you
thoroughly, including the X-Kay.
Has every electrical apparatus known
to the medical science.
Prepares his own medicines, thus in
suring the best and a certainty.
(iives you quick results and thereby
gains your confidence.
Never uses misleading methods to
firing you to his office. Treats you as
cheap as is possible and tti'.L gives
you the best.
Can treat you better and cheaper than
any one else, because, lie knows how.
Is permanently located here.
Can be consulted free of charge. So
whether you are rich or pt.-or you cau
get his opinion.
Has been acknowledged by the medi
cal profession, the press and the peo
ple as the most advanced doctor in his
specialty. THE BEST DOCTOR TO
GO TO. DON'T YOU THINK SO?
The opinion of the public, when formed of a man with whom
they have had long dealings is generally correct. The people of this
city and section are discerning and intelligent. They accord a man
all' his merits entitle him t". If be is a skillful, conscientious phy
sician, and proves Ihis by his works, he attains the greatest measure
of success; while if he fails it is because of his inability to fulfill the
promises and perform the cures he undertakes. ' ' "
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If that old hai of your looks worn and
shiny. Take it to the
VNION HAT MAKER
224 Seventeenth St. Rock Island.
He will make it look like new. Straw
and Panama hats cleaned and
Work Satisfactory Or No Charge.