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the augits, fijiday. april i 1904
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Allcock's Plasters are the oriinal and genuine porous planters and have never
been equalled a a ain-cur-r. We guarantee them to contain no belladonna, ojium
or anjr poison whatever. Atso'uiely safe, wonderfully curative.
Never Accept a Substitute.
O One tide of our Rug; the other is just like it.
$ FLOCK ISLAND RUG CO.,
P. 2223 4th Ave, Rock Inland. OM "Phone 1319 W; New 'Phone, 5001.
D. WINTER. $
J Wholesale Dealers in PUKE 'VYINE3 AND LIQUORS ?
I CELEBRATED COLFAX MINERAL
Manufacturers of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTEES.
X leid-ltia Third Avenue, Bock Island. I1L
Chicago Dental Company g
If you are in need of denial 'work,
call on vis In-fore oiii olsewhere, as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but t!;e best of material, and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If j-oii lire in
Heed f a set of t i-e t li. call ii nd s e our
thin el stie plate. We guarantee it to
lit in all ea.-s ami when :. 11 others
liave failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below:
3one filling ,
Silver fillings ,
Gold linings, $1 and up
Gold crowns, $ to .j ..
Set of teeth. $. and u; .
$15 set of teeth for ....
Office 1607 Second Ave.
OVER SEIDELL DRUG STORE.
It's Quality That Counts
I'T'HllUl'll ' i
t6- -.vr-.-. 1
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains,
It is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible rart of it. leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bill you're not i5ir,g for dirt,
rtfose or unburaal.les. The coal
we handle, both hard and toft,
deserves all the pood things we
and our patrons say for it. A
ton will talk as loudly as a car
load. E. G. FRAZEP
Tear an Allcock's Porous
Plaster in two length
wise, and apply on soles
of feet; renew the plaster
every time the feet are
bathed. You will be sur
prised how it will relieve
rheumatism in the feet or
For tired or lame feetttXtl
is afforded at once. '
Do It Now! 8
Telephone us to
call for your Car- (
pets and have j
them cleaned, re- ((
laid, and those old
Carpets worn by
beating (the old
va ) made into
for you. Start a bank account
today; make tip your ruiad to
add ti it regularly and yon will g
Q be surprised how IT WILL
GROW. Deposits from $1 up re
ceived, with interest at 4 per
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Charles E. Hodgson.
American Ins. Co. ..
Traders' Ins. "Co. ...
, . .Newark, N. .7.
' New York
. . . .Chicago, HI.
Union Jns. Co Philadelphia, Ta.
Rockford Ins. Co Rockford. 111.
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, HI.
Office, room 3, Buford block. .Bates
4 low as consistent with feeuritj.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Dont Be Fooled A
' Genuine ROCk'V MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up in white packfes. mam, fact a red
i "ccly by th M"1uon Medicine
I Co.. MadUet. Wis. lls at 33 ctott a
nncni are rni imitations
ana aubstitate. don't rl.ik tour health by
Utkinc them. THfcOfcMJINb maaces sick
peopte Well. Keeps ya Weil. AU Honot
Ucaters seU the Oeauina.
HOLUSTER DRtO CO. Madison, Wis.
The program . has been completed
for the fifth annual tournament of
the Excelsior RinV club, which will
take place at ti e club's range in the
Turner hall Monday. Wednesday and
Friday evenings of the week of April
11. and Sun. lay afternoon. April 17.
The club's four targets will be used
an 1 all the events will be open to the
woiH. There will be three sets of
matches, these being divi.leil into
matche- of 3 and IO shots. In the
3-shot match cash prizes aggregating
fc3 will be given, these ranging from
$7 for the first prize to 2 for the 10th
prize. In the 3-shot match 10 cash
piies aggregating will be gien.
anl in the 10-shot match 10 cash
prizes aggregat intr 9VZ will be given.
The li'Mi: i' at Des Moines yesterday
pa-M-d the Camp McCIell.ui bill by a
majority of 31 votes. The news is
very gratifying to every public spirit-e-1
citizen of Davenport. It shows that
the appr priation of .fJ..(M)0 for the
state memorial park had more than
half the members of the lower house
on its ide and probably manymore
than half if these who were present
at the time. If it fares as well in the
senate, a g d start w ill at least have
been made toward establishing the
Camp McClellan .Memorial park.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rroeker are
mourning the death of their G-months-ol
1 infant son Robert, who died We:I
nes hi.v forenoon at the family home.
17.::: Washington street. The funeral
was held at 'J o'clock ye.-terday af
ternoon, with interment at l':iirmoiint
The storm which deluged the city
Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock was
attended with some severe lightning
(day. At f:::0 'e!o k the house of
Henry Wilkens. on Seventh and Davie
streets, was struck by a bolt which
shattered the chimney and tore a
great hole in the roof, but did not
cause ignition. The damage will
amount to $ln). At about the same
time the store of Schlosser IMog
niann. on Seventh and Fillmore
streets, was struck by lightning, the
bolt entering the chimney and doing
about .30 damage. A hole was also
torn in the roof, but 110 fire resulted.
The death of John Kroeger. an old
man who ha l been a resident f Dav
enport for the past ::0 years, and a
native of (ieriiKinv. occurred at St.
Luke's ho-pital yesterday. Deceased
succumbed to lung trouble and was
i".3 years of age. lie had been board
ing on Western avenue and was re
move! to St. Luke's hospital last Sun
day, lie has a brother in O'Brien
eounly. Iowa, and word from him is
looked for before any date will be set
for 1 lie f 11 in' ra I.
A letter Ikis 1 ecu received from
Fred It. Sharon, who is now at Albu
ijueripie, N. M.. where he is sojourn
ing for his health which was some
what impaired by a heavy attack of
the grip. He writes that he is rap
idly improving ;mil likes the country
through which he is traveling. Hi.
next addresses will be Los Ange!e
anil Sau Francisco.
l:r. A. '.. Clapp. of Duluth. and Mis.-
Hi ien Ilirie. daughter of a prominent
merchant of .Muscatine, were married
al the bride's home at high noon Wcd-
ne-day. The groom is a brother of
.Mr.-. L. B. tiny, of Davenport, ami Mr.
and Mis. ;ny were in attendance up
on the wedding, and accompanied tin
bridi l party on the 4 : ::o Milwaukee
train to Davenport, where a wedding
reception was held from titoS o'clock
Wednesday evening at the home of
the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Clapp. of VX',1 Le Claire street. The
grin-in is a former Davenport boy.
anl the congratulations of all th
friends of the happy couple will fol
low them to their home at Duluth
whither they journeyed on the J:2.'
train over the Rock Island Wednes
.lust ice Louis K. Hodilevv ig united in
marriage at his oflic-e opposite the
court house. Wednesday afternoon,
Adolph Willers. an employe of the
Davenport Malting company, and Miss
Mary C. Fuestenberg. both of Daven
port. The couple will make their new
home on McKinley avenue in the west
ern end of t he e-ity .
I he coroners jury impaneled by
Coroner I.ambach to decide the case
of the death of William Dau. who lost
his life under the cars Wednesday ev
ening returned a verdict that deceas
..1 .1:1 . . . .
-o mi' 1 as i ne result 01 ow n care
lessness or by suicidal intent by being
run over by a train on the C. R. I. A
I. railway line, and exonerated the
railway company from any blame in
The hearings of Mrs. W. W. Cassidy
and Contractor C. F. Nhare occupied
all the time in .lust ice Hall's court
yesterday. Testimony was taken from
Charles Coy an l C harles Duffy, board
ers at the Nhare home, who testified
regarding the relations of Nhare and
Mrs. Cassidy. The testimony was con
flicting. Mrs. Cassidy was placed on
the stand later in the day and flatly
deuie 1 everything that is charged.
Justice Hall bound both Mrs. Cassidy
and C. F. Nhare over to the grand
jury. The amount of the lmnd has
not vet liecn fixed.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
fcDl CATIOXAL TOUR.
I'eorL. 111., to Waahlartoa. li. cudltt
turn April S3. l&Ot.
Directed by C. R. Vandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, Teoria; $40,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding meals, sleeping car berth,
board in Washington, guides, side
trips, etc. Send for circular giving
detailed information. Allen M. Nye,
T. P. A., Big Four Boute. Peoria, 111.
The Southwest Limited w Train Chlca-(n-Kuiu
The new Bhort line of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway has
been completed through Moline, Rock
Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Wash
ington and Ottumwa, and gives a new
and direct route between Chicago and
Kansas City. The Southwest Limited,
the new electric lighted train between
these cities, makes its first trip Dec.
G. It is a handsomely equipped train,
carrying standard and compartment
sleepers, observation-library car, din
ing car, chair car and coach.
A second daily train between Chi
cago and Kansas City is also offered
via the new route.
Additional information from any
ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Taul railway, or F. A. Mil
ler, general passenger agent, Chicago.
To Colorado and California TlatheChfoa-a-o
UUwsakr at St. Faul Kail way.
Double daily train service is now
offered from Chicago to Colorado and
to California via the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul-Union Pacific line.
Through standard and tourist sleep
ers are operated between Chicago and
San Francisco; and through standard
sleepers and reclining chair cars be
tween Chicago and Denver.
The new service to Colorado in
cludes a train that is on the road only
one night, leaving Chicago 9:45 a. m.,
reaching Denrer early the next af
ternoon. Descriptive folder and booklet
from any ticket agent of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, or F.
A. Miller, General Passenger Agent,
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Marshall Field, of Chicago, has ar
rived at New York from Hamburg.
The French chamber of deputies,
after winding tip some minor -affairs,
has adjourned until May 17.
Miss Roosevelt has returned to
Washington from Aiken, S. C.
The r.ritish revenue for the jenr
ended March 31 shows a net decrease
of .$4,lKj;,4(iri. as compared w ith last
The Colorado Democratic committee
has called the state convention to meet
at Denver on June 7.
Simeon W. King has been reap
pointed to the position of United
States commissioner at Chicago.
The Daily Mail, of Louden, con
tinues to insist that K:iiser Wilhelm
is still suffering from his tliroat trou
L. M. Welch, a Chicago man. paid
a tax warrant of S1.S7 for the year
lS7o. which, until a few eltiys ago, he
suppot-ed had been paid.
It is said that a small hill In Maine,
iwar the New I'rimsw ick line, has dis
appeared, the .site now being occupied
by a lake.
Fairbanks, of Indiana, is- a "re
ceptive" candidate for the vice presl
According to memorial custom Em
peror Franz Joseph performed the
ceremony on Holy Thursday of wash
Ing the feet of twelve old men.
Most Rev. John M. Farley, nrchblsh
op of the Roman Catholic archdiocese
of New York, has arrived home from
a visit to the iope.
March ol. Frank Dudwig to R. C.
Imse, lot 3. block 3. M. . J'.landing's
First add.. Rock Island. $1.
E. II. Cuver to I. C. Dunbar. lots 21
an l block 13L l!ast Moline, S3).
Count v Clerk to David Cramer, as
sessor's plat ls7'., lot .'!), of water lot.
j:;. 17. 'Jw.
County Clerk to David Cramer, as
sessor's plat ls7!. w'i lot :il. of water
lots 17, 'w.
S. J. Woodin to S. A. Torrcy, lot 4,
block ?. Woodin's First add., Hock
Anna E. Ericson to Elfrida If. Lage.
e'. lot 3. block '. East Hock Island
add.. Moline, $2,123.
JLand Excursion to Oklahoma,
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock Island System
April 3 and 10. For further particu
lars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
' Skinner Building.
HENRY J. GRIPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street, Moline. 111.
You want the children to
grow, but not all lengthwise.
When they start that way
Scott's Emulsion will help
them to grow right with
due plumpness and outward
proportion, and with inward
vigor and good spirits.
The Emulsion increases
digestive power and strength
ens the vital organs to get
the best and make the most
out of all the other food. It
gives a kind of help that every
growing child ought to have.
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE. 40a Pearl Street. New York.
Matthias Haruler. aged S!) years,
ciisappeared from his home Wednes
day forenoon and his family was
greatly alarmed over his absence. He
did not return for dinner, but as he
has friends in the city with whom he
frequently visits without telling of
his intentions before leaving, nothing
was thought of the matter until to
ward evening. Then the police were
calle I upon mil a fruitless search was
instituted. Yoterday afternoon word
came from south of Milan that the
aged gentleman was visiting a friend
in that locality. He made a remark
to a street car conductor while going
to Milan that he was ii. tending to visit
south of Milan, and it was through
him that Ilamler's whereabouts were
John Christiaiisen and Miss Millie
Peterson residing .n Rock river bot
tom were married Wednesday at noon
at the home of the bride's parents
Rev. C. E. HotTsten officiated in the
presence of a large number of rela
tives and friemls of the contracting
parties. The bri.le' was attended by
Miss Lillie Christiansen, sister of the'
groom, and' Pert Wnhlstrand acted as
best man. The bride and her attend
ant were attired in white serge. The
home was handsomely decorated in
green and white for the occasion. The
ceremony was followed by an elegant
wedding dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Chris
tiansen will reside on the Olson farm
near Rock river.
The heavy flash of lightning which
rami1 about 7:40 Wednesday evening
struck the wires and caus-ed two small
tires. The alarm came from the Jour
nal office an l the Desaulnie-rs Printing
company's at about the same time.
Fier Chief Hawk went to the scene
with the chemical but by the1 time he
arrived the fire was out. A motor and
fuse burned out.
Martin A. Kronholm, of li:;ti Sixth
avenue, was unfortunate in injuring
his foot quite severely yesterday in
the blacksmith shop at Deere & Co.'s.
A large die fell on the memler, break
ing one of the bones of the instep
and badly bruising the flesh. The in
jure! man was taken to Dr. A. II.
Arp's office, where he received medi
cal attention and was later removed
to his home. Mr. Kronholm will be laid
up for about six weeks as a result ef
At the meeting of the manufactur
ers yesterday the seMtle-ment of points
at issue in two of the biggest foun
dries of the1 e-ity were' reported. Mul
ders employed by Deere Co. and by
Dee re eV Mansur company have sign
ed contracts covering employment for
the next ye'ar. The Moline Plow com
pany men are considering the same
settlement anl will probably accept.
It is reported that the men have tak
en up the matter with E. II. Sleight,
of the Moline Pump company anil may
agfee 011 the matter. Williams, White
A company. Harnard e'i: Leas Manufac
turing company and Root & Vander
Yoort have net been approached sis
yet. The agreement entered into be
tween the men employed in the foun
dries anl the companies is binding
for a year and guarantees the com
pany against strikes, lixes the se-ale
of wages for that period ami speci
fies that the working day shall not be
less than ten hours. If these agree
ments arc signed in tl:c other fac
tories it means that a great tieal of
work now being i!n outside1 the city
for the implement factories will be re
turned to their own foundries, par
ticularly tree in the case of the Moline
Plow company. Among the machinery
foundries the strike is still on, but it
is believed that the attitude of the
men in the cither plants who have1 thus
made settlements for the year will
tend to bring the long struggle to a
close, reopening the places which the
moldcrs left something like a year
IN THE SUBURBS.
Sherrard. March 31. Frank Sher
rard and Steve (ioodlow shipped cat
tle and hogs to Chicago. Mr. Sher
rard accompanied Hie shipment.
Mrs. Roger Price1, of Rock Island.
came out Monday evening to visit her
daughter. Mrs. Mary Evans.
Mrs. Robert Lee returnej home
Monday from a few days' visit in
Mrs. L. J. Sckocning, of Iowa, at
tended the Zwicker-Allemang wed
ding last Wednesday . Rev. J. W. Zim
merman, or .ni'ia. wis., omciaicii.
Miss Florence Neil returned home
Monday after a few days visit in the
Mrs. Ida Engstrom came out from
Rock- Island last Saturday to take care
of Mrs. Oust Engstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Vinall. of Moline,
came last rricay ana visueo .virs.
Vinall's mother, Mrs. Mary Yolk.
Mrs. Crotnley, of Preemption town
ship, returner! home Saturday after n
few dayii visit with Mrs. Oust Eng
Miss Julia Frew went to Atkinson
to visit her sister for a week. Her
si-ter will accompany her back to
visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Alfred Paseoe and daughter
Emma visited with relatives and
friends in Sherrard.
Henry Iiwson is moving his family
and furniture to Erie. III., as he will
work on C. A. Samuelson's farm this
Mrs. John Haddick and baby visited
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Prvce, at Coal Valley.
Misses Anne and Mary Flaherty-
went to Rock Island Wednesday to
pend Eater with their lister, Mrs.
To be tired out from hard 'work or bodily
exercise is natural and rest i3 the remedy, but
there is an exhaustion without physical exer
tion and a tired, never-rested feeling a weari
ness without work that is nnnatural and shows
some serious disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes of
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
nervous force, the mus- . . ... , . .
, , .v.j; For orer four year t suffered with gen oral debility,
CleS become weaic, the CU- causing a thorough breaking down of my system. My
cestion impaired, and cousin, who had beon benefited by B. S. 8.. told mo
. . about it. I tried it and it cured me. X heartily re
general disorder occurs commend 8. 8. 8. to all who may teel the need of a
throughout the system, thoroughly good blood tonie jogBBlW. ,
Debility, lnsomnea, ner- 44 w. If tnth 8t., Columbia, Tena. I
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little
cleansing the blood and toning up the system. It is a vegetable blood puriCcr
and tonic combined, that enriches the blood, and through itheentire S3-stetn
is nourished and refresting sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
Krcade Cigar Sfore
JOHN P. SEXTON.
See the smoke chaaiber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted nit and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke til you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn yoir tongue. Made of French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
March 1 to April 30
That long-loohed-for California
March 1 to April ::u. the Rock
tickets to principal points in Californji at these low rates:
$33 from Chjcago.
$25 from Missouri River
$31 from Rock Island.
Tickets are good in tomist sice
ilailv. Chieaco and Kansas City to Li
i way of El Paso; as also via Colorado
Tickets anil berths at Ibis oiiice.
A modern house of nine rootis and reception hall, butler's
pantry, kitchen pantry, batli two toilet rooms, lavatory,
china closet, linen closets, tlrec fireplaces, furnace heat, laun
dry, hot and cold wafer, Iari- cistern in connection with laun
dry, cement walks. Jot f0x2'( feet with driveway, fruit trees
and shrubs. For particular! address,
P. O. Box 2b7, Rock Island, 111.
w-s "-k - tw w f"
Incorporated Under the Stute L.aw. 4 Per Ceniy
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on P. rsonal Collateral or Iieal Estate Security. z
J. M. Buford, Present.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Ca-hler.
Began the business July 2, 16W),
'and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
a fments weolten have are due direcUy to a oad con
dition of the blood and circulation, and the quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
tip the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals
S. S. S.. which contains the best ineredients for
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
odport unity is here at last.
id System will sell "colonist'
rs, which the Rock Island runs
Angeles und San Francisco by
prings and Salt Lake City.
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. An
ECK ISLAND, ILL.
BOY J, D. P. A., Davenport, low-
You Know 75he Boys
r a fr -w
It. Ii. Cable,
II. P. Dull,
E. W. Hurst,
P. Greenawalt. 2
J. M. Buiord, V
Solictors Jackson and Hurst.