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THE ABGUS, WJSDXSDAT. FEB ttUATlT 24; 1904.
AN INDESCRIBABLE TORTURE
Because Rheumatism sometimes comes on suddenly it doesn't
rproyethat it is a chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It
flakes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long- before
'any symptoms are felt. The blood is the first point of attack, and
fthe poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distrib
uted through the circulation to different parts of the system, and
settle in joints, muscles and nerves ; and when the system is in this
condition it needs only some exciting- cause like exposure to night air,
,Iamp, chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse
;the slumbering poisons and bring- on Rheumatism. The severity
of the attack depends upon the amount of acid in the blood and the
quantity of acrid matter in the
joints and muscles. Some'peo-
ple are almost helpless irom toe
first, while others have occa
sional spells or are uncomforta
ble, restless, nervous and half
sick all the time from . the
nirrrrinrr ar-bea anrl naine "Priii-
magging acnes ana pains. JXneu-
matism is a disagreeable com-
f anion even in its mildest form,
t grows worse as we grow older,
land frequently stiffens the joints,
draws Ihe muscles out of shape
and breaks down the nervous
isystem. A disease that origin
iates in the blood, as Rheumatism
does, cannot be cured with ex
ternal remedies like liniments and plasters ; such things scatter the
ipains or drive them to some other part of the body, but do not touch
the disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acid
blood must be restored to its normal
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S0UB PATRONAGE 13 SOLICITED.
RHEUMATISM IN' ELBOWS, WRISTS
TJrbana, Ohio, Aug. 25, 1003.
Last winter I had a aeTere attack of
Rheumatism. It started in the right
elbow, and from there to my wriata; the
right wrist was the worse. It became
swollen and extremely painful. My left
knee Joint was tne next place to te at
tacked. It became swollen and of course
painfui. The next point to be affected
was the hip and ankle.
was the bis and ankle, which Brave me
much trouble. I was barely able to get
about for some time. I was under treat
ment of a physician for awhile, but get
ting no better I began S. S. 8., and after
taking it for some time I was entirely
relieved of the Rheumatism. All swelling
and soreness disappeared. I consider
8. 8.S. an excellent remedy for Rheuma
tism and all troubles baying their origin
in the blood.
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which not only neutralizes the acids
and counteracts the poisons, but builds
the general health at the same time.
on Rheumatism, and should vou
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knows the true taint of 1 lie
shower bath attachment as af
fixed 1o any lavatory or bath
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many times as you like.
For any and every bath equip
ment and appliance, it will harm
you none, may help you much,
to seek us out and get informa
tion, illustrations and estimates
A postal card addressed t
VV Third avenue will bring us,
or telephone union 'MM.
We sell the great l.lock gas light.
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The Catiftc 3Iust be Removed, Same
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falling hair and baldness, you will have
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iui nair aressing ror regular toilet use.
.a other hair preparation 13 cn this
scientific basis of destoyingr the dandruff
germs. It stops all irritation, keeps thi
scalp sweet, pure and wholesome. He-
member that something claimed to lie
"just as good," w ill not do the work of
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pie to The Ilerpicide Co.. Detroit. Mich-
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If you are in of dental work
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our work is guaranteed to be first
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need of a set of teeth call and see our
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Cement fillings 25c
tfone miine: 2&c
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Gold fillings, tl and up .0O
Gold crowns, 4 to 6 4 nn
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Over fpeidel's Drug Store.
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At the home of her daughter and
son-in-law, .Mr. ana .Mrs. rreu nansen.
in McCausland Saturday, occurred the
death of Mrs. Catherine Christianson,
aged s0 vears. Ieceased came from
Germany live vears ago with her hus-
band, and made her home with her,
son Christian of this city until two
vears ago when she went to live with
her daughter at McCausIand. The fn-
neral was held yesterday from the
Uun-'e 6c Petersen undertaking estab
lishment. Interment was made in
Kmil Wulf, a machini-t at the Rock
Island arsenal, tlied at his home, l'JUT
West Third street, shortly before 10
o'clock Monday night after a long ill'
ntfs. Deceased was born on the Isl
and of Fehmern, Germany, in 1S5S,
ami in 1SS1 came to Davenport, where
in 1SS-I he was united in marriage with
Miss Margaretha Carstens, w ho sur-
vives him with two children. Ilattiel
and Anna Wulf. Four brothers. Fer-
dinand. Ilenry. l.einnch and Curl Wulf
survive him, all of whom reside in Ger-
many. His father. Melehcir Wulf al -
so survives. I he funeral will be held
from the late home, 1007 West Third
street, at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon with interment in the citv ceme
An injunction suit, asking the court
to elosw the Keller saloon on Iowa
street, untler the prohibitory mulct
law, was commenced by Fred Todtz
yesterday afternoon, as a result of
Keller's attempt to collect a liquor bill
from him. which fiirured in a criminal
case against Keller in Magistrate Fin
srer s court vtsterav morning.
I he esise :f II- iiv Mnmlrird vs.
the C.. R. I. P. Hv.Co.. was called
f..,. t.it. .wr,T.v rlftpm.u,,, :.t,.I !,.
mrv- is l.eimr secured. Mimiford su-
in.r It,.. V.iuU lsl:n.rl ro.ot f.,r SIOOOP.
for the loss t.f a leg, which was alleg-
cd t. have been caused by an accident
in t)es Mt.ines. due to the ne!rliirpme
of the Kck Island otticiab
was in the employ of the road at the
time, ami was caught
cars and his leg injured so that it had
to be amputated.
We agree that the verdict was con
trary to the evidence in that it was
inadequate, and therefore join with
the defendant in asking the court to
set it a-dde and )rder a new trial.'
This is the decidedly unusual state
ment of Neal & .eal. attorneys for
the Frew estate, made in response to
lli. motion if J'ufik X- l)oi Nr.. fur :i new
trial of the ease of the estate of the
late .losej.li C. Frew vs. C. K. I. & V
railway company. The jury recently
auarile.l the estate .f-'.-VK) damages :ini
Vttornevs .Neal S- .Neal s;i they are
willing t. tsik.. their .hi.n.es of o..t -
tin"- a hiryer amount from another
Hon. (i. S. Kobinson. of Sioux City,
a member of the board of control, was
in the city yesterday. coTiiinjr here to
negotiate the transfer to the state of
the farm recently purchased at ref
eree's sale by Thomas Cojrlan. as ad
ditional frround for the Soldiers Or
phans home. The tract consists of :.
acres and was bid in for $4. ."91 by Mr.
CoIan. .loe Shorey aetinpf as referee.
with Wilson & Crilk. attorneys. The
state paid Mr. CoIan $4.COO for it.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One-Way Settlers' Bates to North and
South llakntu Mt&.
Tha r f x- si i r,,!!,,,... ;u w,.n
one-way settlers' tickets to points in
North and South Dakota at rate of
$14. Children of half-rate age at one-
half of the above rate. Dates of sale.
March 1, S, 15, 22, 29 and April 5, V.
19 and 20, 1904.
Mardl Gras. New Orleans. La.
The Illinois Central Railroad will
sell excursion tickets Teoria to New
ins, La., Feb. 9 to 14, at the low
of $24.35, with return limit to
March 5, provided ticket is deposited
by Feb. 20, with fee of 50c.
Stop over allowed on both going and
Solid vestibuled trains, consisting of
Rtnmbirn" Tollman teeners, lihmrr
car, free chair cars and diners. Quick
est time. Our own line all the way.
lor further information write or
call on the undersijrneed.
G. A. SMITir,
City ticket offices 329 Ma.in Street
C.. If- I. Jb P. Railway Kates
T . . . ....... . ... . 1 e I
..nr-u, 1.1 uuiuucr oi
"miiis iii .oriu uiiKoia ana tannniun
.Northwest March 1. S. 15. 22 and 29.
Low one-way and round-trip tickets
on sale to a number of points in the
west, south and southwest March lj
and 15. I
very iovv one-way rates 10 pomis 1
raliforni.i . Ariy.nn.1 Oregon. Wash-
ington. Idaho and Montana every day
from March 1 to April no The only
line mnninjr thrmiffh tourist as well I
as Pullman cars from Ilock Island to
Call at city ticket office, 1S29 Second
avenue, for full information or print
Feb. 23. William llause to W. J.
QuinJan, lot 9, Longview add., Kock!
.1 V Slmnnunn nl r. 1 a rv I
ei to -viary
rnicninicn, c'3 lot o, jy, j'j, se.
Charles P.rennan to Adolph Weide-
man, se'i. e'i 36: ;. sC. seV.. neV. :
and tract by metes and bounds, e",,!
e V4 3b, 19, le, $3.0OO. . I
Anna Spaeth to J. W. Simonson and I
John Sehafer, Jr., e'3 30. 19. 19, 2e,
R. P. II. Lange to Y. A. Torter. lot
27, M. A. Rodnia-n's add., Kock Island.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
The annual meeting of the mission
ary societies of Ilroadwny Preshyler-
I ian church is to be held in the Sunday
school room Fridav afternoon, begin-
ning at 3 o'clock. All those interest
ed are invited to attend. The follow
ing program will be carried out:
Devotional exercises, led by Mrs. A.
Paper. "The Second Great Triumph
of Christianity: Cnder Charlemagne."
Mrs. II. 15. Hayden.
iJeading from Longfellow. Miss
I Louise Montgomery
Paper. "(justavus Adolphus." Mrs
J. If. Keyser
Vocal solo. Miss Gertrude Carse.
Paper, ''The Moravians." Mrs. Klla
Uev. F. A. Ileisley announce five
Wednesday evening 1-enten services at
Trinity church, the first this evening.
at which Kev. R. L. Knox, of Reynolds.
I W'H preach. The following ministers
I will be heard at other services : March
Kov- '- IJeW. Howling. Davenport:
I -Mnrcn id. i,t-v. K. .M. I.aurenson. lis
kilwa; March Kev. Ainsley Young
Maquoketa, Iowa; March SO, Kev. Wil
"am -M. Puree, Osco, III
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
1,1 re g"-'rdianship of Stephen and
M1".' a- MiHer, minors. Guardian's re
l",r' i,,11 appro eti
I .. . A. A 11 1 1
r-"tieoi v na i its .Minnie, uepono
"' 1 1 " ' ' 1 1 "I-proven. ue
r'l" "!- ois! i loin ive snares men an.
aml 'sta,e ,ose,,
Estate of Kmma P. Harrow. Peti
I1'011 ''-v ''i,'l' ! Loosley, a sister,
for letters of administration filed
Kstate of Charles F. Danner. Ap
praisement bill and widows award
tiled and approved
Kstate of Joseph Kosenfield. Pond
of said Walter A. ISosenfield in the
s,,,n of $,1-,Mm fi,e1 !,"d aPImnt,, i,,,d
letters of administration c. t. a. issue
Kstate tf Joseph Cooper. Adminis
'"" "" " i".. , me., anu ap
li A . ... . 1 .... A J ! I . . I 1
In re conservatorship of Kli.a C'ocp
er, insane, t onservator s report hied
Estate tit Hell Miller. Deposition of
John W. Moody, the other subscribing
hvi,noss " a'n in open court
n. proof of rxrctitiiin ttiereof hied
and will admittel t. probate.
Kstate of !A7kjie M. llereen. l'roof
of death filed. relinquishment In-
resident heirs of right to administer
and nomination of .lohn Sehafer for
administrator tiled. ISond fixed at
Estate of Wilhelmina HsMishaw
i la 1 111 ot .Marina liolile allowed in
class 7 at $15.41. Claim of Henrv
Klueirel allowed in class 7 at $17.36.
Kstate of Marv I'rindeible. Finai
report and settlement of administra
tor e. t. a. filed. Hearing thereon set
for Tuesday. March 22, 10O4. at
o'clock a. m. Ordered that adminis
trator notify heirs by publication in
some newspaper published in Kock
Island county. Illinois, at least once
in each week for three successive
Kstate of Peter Garrity. Claim of
C. H. Dihbern & Son allowed in class
7 at $15.32. Annual report of admin
istratrix filed and approved.
Kstate of .la cob Ilamser. Final re
port and settlement of executrix filed
Hearing thereon set for Thursday,
the 17th ,day of March. 1904. at 9
o'clock a. 111. Ordered that executrix
no,ifv heirs ; PWiotion in some
newspaper published in Kock Island
"nty. Illinois, at least onr in each
. t a iui 1111 rr 1111 t- i - it rv .
Instate f Mark ISamser. Final re
port of administrator filed and aj-
IJ.""' Waiver of notice by heirs and
,"Mr,uu,ll!' uuu receipts 01 neirs ami
distributees in full settlement of their
respective distributive shares filed and
approved. Kstate closed and adminis
Kstate of Louisa II. Vandruff. Claim
of F. "I). Paul allowed in class 5 at
$29.50. Claim of Chippiannock Ceme
tery company allowed in class 1 at $4.
Claim of H. D. Wilson allowed in class
5 at $5. Claim of Murrin Hros. allow
ed in class 1 at $. Claim of II. F.
T-v. iii,.vt,i ; ,.intc , cor
OKI Y LUTs V ALESCLNCK
There S nothing better
thin ti-rttc Ii"r-t,lt.-I o(lr.r
. . Xiru xl t
H1C UUP. lOVLT
IS CJOne the body IS left Weak
anj exhausted; the nervous
. , . .
system is completely run
down and vitality is low.
Two things to do: give
strength to the whole bodv
and new force to the nerves.
Scott's Emulsion will do it;
contains just what the worn-
Ollt System needs.
fttVh hfnnrl h
ter nourishment are what
Srott's Emulsion SUnnlifS to
. 1 . . 11
WeU 4 "P Inm tmo reauwt.
SCOTT & IX)'Nt, r Tearl s.reet. New York.
Dread prices will go up in Moline
soon. How soon or how high mem
bers of the Dakers' Protective union
refuse to predict. They declare, how
ever, that an increase in the price will
be absolutely necessary if the price of
material continues to increase. "With
in the last month the price of flour
has gone up more than a dollar a bar
rel." said a prominent baker, "and in
the last year the cost of labor has in
crease;! from S tt. 10 per cent, so that
the gross profits have decreased percep
tibly." At the meeting of the bakers
the matter of a raise was discussed
but still no deei.-ion has been made. A
change will have to be made one way
i r the other. That is to say. the price
will have to be advanced or the size
of the loaf will be. reduced. However,
this advance will not affect the price
of dainties, such as pies and other
Word was received yesterday morn
ing by Louis M. Swanson to the ef
fect that his brother, Christopher L.
Swanson, well known in this city, had
t'ie.l in Sweden. Thursday, Feb. 4. after
a period of illness extending over
year. Mr. Swanson when living in t hi
city made his home at 191.1 Sixth ae-
mie, and leaves to mourn his death
devote;! wife and two children.
Capt. S. K. Darby, state commander
inspected the Moline division of the
Naval Keserves Monday evening, com
plimenting the boys on their fine
showing. The Moline division will be
the first on the Dorothea this sum
, mer, and will go aboard July 2 for
week of cruising. The Moline division
has made requisition for a new cutte
and new equipment of uniforms and
accout rements. and all of these things
have been assured the division be for
going on tour of duty.
Preparations for the coming Chan
tauqua are now. assuming definite
form. The assembly will begin July 14
and continue through the 25th. A con
cert program will be rendered eacl
day by popular musical organizations
in addition to one grand concert given
by each company. The Dunbar Hand
bell IJingers will be here for the open
ing of the assejnbly. They will be fol
lowed by the Cleveland Ladies' orches
tra, which is rapidly becoming a favor
ite. "The Slay ton Jubilee singers, who
made such a hit at the chautauqua
two years ago, will furnish the music
for the closing .lays of the assembly
During the first part of the session
Mrs. l'.ingham will conduct the round
table exercises. She will be 'followed
by James Hunt Cook, who will remain
until the close. Mabel Carolyn Church
Klias Day and Miss Kim a I?. Smith
have been secured to give inier.sona
tions. Dr. Morgan, Wood, of the Ply
mouth Congregational church, of Chi
engo, will give his famous lecture on
"Politics ainl Politicians, or Anicri
en's Infernos and Infernals.' Dr. John
Merritte Driver, of the People"
church, Chicago, will deliver his lee
ture. "The Anglo-Saxons and the Fu
ture Killers of the World." Frederick
Ward, the tragedian, will give "The
Art .if Oratory ns Illustrated bv
Shakespeare." Kev. Kobert Mclntvre
the famous pulpit orator will deliver
his popular lecture on "Huttoned-l'p
People. Prof. Davenport, dean and
director of the agricultural college of
Illinois, has been secured to talk on
the subject. "How the World Lives
Gov. LaFollette. of Wisconsin, will de
liver a lecture, but his subject, has not
been announced. Col. Copeland has
also leen secured, but it has not been
decided as to what subject he will be
asked to use. ISurton McDowell will
give his stereopticon lecture on "The
Grand Canyon of the Colorado through
the Glaciers of Alaska." with illustra
tions taken by Mr. McDowell when on
1 trip through this section. Hon
Charles M. Loring. park commissioner
of Minneapolis, will talk on civic im
provements. The ladies will appreci
ate the address to be delivered bv
Helen M. Gougar, the noted suffragist.
It is thought that she will talk on her
areer in New Zealand. One evening
will be devoted to "magic" as put on
by the magician, Henrickson. lioss
Crane will be present one evening and
will give a "Chalk Talk."
IN THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia. Feb. 24. William Stuart,
of Rock Island, visited over Sunday
with his family.
Miss Myrtle P.urgoyne was in Dav
Mr. and Mrs. John St ropes were Kock
Island visitors last week.
I. F. Fountain, of Illinois City, was
here the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Simpson, of Kdg-
ingtoa, spent Sunday with relatives.
A. K. Simmons and Kewel Koth
were in Kock Island Monday.
Mrs. H. Mosher who is sjieuding the
winter in Kock Island, was here a few
davs last week.
K. II. Roberts and hi mother, Mrs.
Mary Koberts. vpent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Simmons.
Charles Asay and family of Hamlet.
have moved in the north part of Mrs.
Mrs. George Herbert and c hildren.
of Reynolds, are visiting Mrs. Her
berts parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. I
Xnd Kxenraloaa to Oklahoma,
Land excarsions to Oklahoma will
be run oter the Rock Island System
Jan. 5 and 19, Feb. 2 and 16, March 1
and 15 and April 5 and 19. For fur
ther particulars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
HENRY J. CRIPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street, Moline, I1L
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ring No Moaey.
I ask you to coxne to me if you are- sick or afllieted, and I will
bear the cost of curing you. When you are cured, speak a good word
for me. Come before March 1.
Sufferers from nervousness, dyspepsia, catarrh, chronic constipa
tion, piles, dizziness, feebleness.' locomotor-ataxia, falling sensa
tions, hawking, decline, melancholia, irritability and despondency,
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What ails you? Are you suffering from varicocele, hydrocele,
nervous debility, ncrvo-rheumatism, nervo-gout, neurathenia, nervous
dyspepsia, chronic constipation, female complaints? Are you fitful
and nervous, weak and woe-begone?
Tf you are; if you are afflicted why? AVhy don't you come to
me? Come, and let me help you. Come, and 1 will prove to you why.
I can afford to say, Let me pay the bill.
I just want to show to the good people of this community 'that I
can and do cure. Yes, I want to prove just this. All who come before
March 1 will receive treatment free until cured. I ask of 3011 no money.
Br. Marry DePew,
New R.ock Island House, Rock Island, III
OFFICK HOURS: 9 to 12, a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 0 to 11 a. m.
The object of this great offer is to prove to the sick ainl ailing
citizens of this vicinity that we have the gram.Vst, simplest and most
successful method of restoring vitality and curing disease that is
known to the scientific world.
Wc want the true methods of our successful treatment known to
everybody, and we don't know if any better way of introducing it
than by offering our services free of charge to all who call before
Should your case be incurable, we will frankly tell you so and
advise, yon against spending your money for useless treatment.
Many of you who have been taking medicines and so-called treat
ments for months will be absolutely cured in a few treatments. Very
shronic cases will refpiire somewhat longer lime, but it makes no
difference, you will be treated free of charge if .ou
Call Before March 1.
Are you nervous, dyspeptic, weak in stomach, constipated? Do
you have that, tired feeling which we find ho prevalent here, which
does not pass ofT until about 4 p. m? Do you have spots flouting be
fore the eyes, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath, head
aches, neuralgia, shooting pains in the chest, back, hips or ankles?
Have you varicocele, stricture, blofwli iHioning or nervous debility?
Have yon weak lungs or bronchial tubes? Are you in pain from rheu
matism, lame back, sciatica, lumbngo, locomotor ataxia or weak kid
neys? If so, there is a quick relief andia permanent, cure in store for
you at our expense. Call or address
0 J. Alvin Home, M. D.,
Q Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell fc Lynde Building, Rock Island, Illinois.
ft iiours: a w 12, 2 io i ana 7 to p. m.; bunaays, 9 to 11 a. m. (
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efficiency as to plumbing, steam fit
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