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THE AKGHJS, JPNE 1, 1904.
Whiskey and. Beer Habit
PERMANENTLY CURED BY
ABSOLUTELY SAFE. SURE AND HARMLESS.
Physician? pronounce drunkenness a disease of the nervous system, creatine; a rr.orbil
CraTinfr for a stimulant. Continued indulgence in whiskey, beer or wine eat au ay tha
stomach lining and stupefies the digestive organs, thus destroying the digestion and
mining the health. No "will power" cm heal the inflamed stomach nembraoes.
"ORRINE" permanently removes the craving for liijoor by acting directly on the
affected nerves, restoring the stomach actl digestive organs to normal coniit.ocs, improving
the appetite and restoring the health. Can be given secretly if desired.
Cure Effected or Money Refunded,
Ask yonr druggist whom you know what he thinks of ORRINE; he will indorse
our statements as truthful in every respect. If ORRIN E fails to care wc v. ill refund
you every penny paid for it as cheerfully as we took it.
No Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity!
No Absence from home or loss of time!
Mothers, wives and sisters, yon cannot cure those who are afflicted with this nort
terrible of all diseases by your fervent prayers, or eyes red n ith tears, nor by your
hope that they may stop drinking. It can be done only with ORRINE. You ha.e
the remedy will vou use it ? If you desire to cure- without the knowledge of the patient,
buy ORRINE No. 1; if the patient desires to be cured of his own free will, buy
ORRINE No. 2. Full directions found in each package. Price S t per box.
u- We will gladly furnish a treatment free of cost to any physician e-i$f
w)rS. to demonstrate that Orrine is a positive specific for drunkenness.
All Correspondence Confidential.
' For free book Treatise on Drunkenness and how to Cure it write V
THE ORRINE CO., INC.. WASHINGTON. O. C, or call on
H. 0. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy
With a ma!I payment down, the following properties will be sold
on monthly installments no greater than a fair rental.
No. 701 Third street, 4
No. 1000 Fifth avenue, 5
Nos. 1000 and 1002 Third
avenue. 2 flats, 2 .stores
nnd small Ik. use 6,000
No. 230 Thirteenth street,
9 rooms 3.000
No. 2035 Thirteenth ave
nue. 5 roonu l.ioo
No. S132 Ninth avenue, 4
No. 1MB Thirty-sixth street,
5 rooms !,100
Also several housea in Moline and most desirable residence lots
in Iloek Island anil Moline.
E. H. GUYER. Mitchell &. Lynde Bldg.. Rock Island
Telephone Old west 1389, new 6055.
Chicago Dental Company
Office 1607 2nd Ave.
nnd removal of nerve done by us. and
the best and iimt easeful treatment
given to all eases.
We have a p;it-nt thin
elastic plate with natural
gums that tit in all oases
and when others fail. We
use no cheap material in
our o Hlce for our work is all
guaranteed to be equal to
the highest priced dentists
and to be first class in every
respect. Notice our prices
below, they are always the
Gold Platinum filling
Gold fillings. $1 and up
Gold frowns 22k, St to $5...
Thin elastic plates
llest red Rubber plates
.Office 16071 Second Avenue,
A Over Spidel"s lrug Store.
Dr. S. C. Marshall.
It's a Pleasure
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn whit really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipes and smoker's articles,
five us a call.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
Bengston Block, 1706 Second At.
No. 1137 Thirty-eighth
street, 4 rooms 1,300
No. 1211 Thirty-eighth
Mreet, 12 rooms 4,500
No. 112.. Thirty-seventh
street. 7 rooms 1,300
No. 1332 Forty-second
street. 5 rooms 1,150
No. 4423 Eighteenth ave
nue, 7 rooms 2,000
No. 825 Forty-second
street. 0 rooms 1,800
No. 802 Fortieth street, 6 ,
No. 4 125 Seventh avenue, 9
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Tns. Co Newark. N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co. . j Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Roekford Ins. Co Koekford, 111.
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Kockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buf ord block. Bates
M low as consistent with resurity.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Bates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck'' is what those who indulge
in a little slang would say. But
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when you first bought
It, in color and finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling and
artistic work ace among oar up-to-date
Twelfth Street mad Firth Atcbu.
Dowt Be Fooled
Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up in white packages, manufactured
exclusively by the tfadiscn Medicine
Co., Madison. Wis. Sells at 35 cants a
package. All others arc rank imitation.
and substitutes, don't risk yoar heal'n bv
taking them. THEOENlTNE make sick
people Well. Keeps you Weil. All Honest
Dealers sell the Genuine.
HOLL1STER DRUG CO. Madison. Wis.
About two year? ago- William K
Boyuston, of this city, enlisted in the
I'lntel .States nay. He is a son of
Mr. ami Mrs. 1). II. DejdfatlHi For
over a year past tiie parents have not
heart: a ward from their missing bon.
and now they are greatly concerned
over his welfare. At the time of the
Last writing over a year ago the young
man nas stationed with his ship in
Japanese vaters. At that time he en
i lnsed $10O to his parents in this city
with the information that lie would
.-end some more money home shortly.
Since that time nothing more has
been heard from him, not withstaud
ing the fai t that tin distracted parent-;
have i f late been making diligent
inquiry f the navy department 1"
ascertain the present whereabouts of
their son. The voting man enlisted as
an electrician and was assigned to
service upon one of the large war
Michael Foley, a young man 1 years
of age, was brought before Justice
Hall late yesterday afternoon upon
the charge of hurglar.t. He is accus
ed of havintr entered the home of Miss
Nellie F'ynn. one of the popular sales
ladies at the St. Onge store, and steal
ing therefrom jewelry valued at over
$80. Among the articles stolen was a
gold watch valued at 140, a diamond
brooch valued at $30 and an opal ring
valued at $30. Voting Foley had sold
the stolen articles to several parties
boot town and so far most of the
plunder has been recovered and re
stored to its owner. Young Foley was
aire-ted some time ago. being impli
cated with other boys in the theft of
a large quantity of brass fn in the
Bock Island railroad company.
Art Carlson, a lad in his 'teens, who
burglarised H. C. Beekmann's gro
cery store after closing hours last Sat
urday night, was riven a sound lec
ture by the police magistrate. Owing
to the Lul's vouth Mr. I'eckmann was
loath to prosecute him. and therefore
the judge read the boy a severe lec
ture, telling him that his act was tht
first stepping stone toward the re
form school. The lad cried bitterly
and faithfully promised never to he
caught in bad company or to steal the
least trifle again.
The funeral of the late John Prutei
of 1619 West Fourth street, was hell
at 2 o'clock this afternoon with inter
ment at Fnirmounl cemetery. Dt
ceased was a native of Sehlesw iir-llol-
stein, Germany, and had lived her
since 1883. He U survived bv his wife.
one son and two sisters. His fathei
and two brothers still reside in ier
maiiv. Deceased was a painter ami
paper hanger by trade and had been
in the employ of John Cameron A
At 11:30 o'clock this morning Mis
Mary Kstella Boyd and Ernest K
ward Bansdell opened the series of
June weddings that will make so many
hearts happy in this eity during the
month that seems to In- particularly
devote 1 to the Utile archer and his
victims. Dr. Donaldson, if lite First
Presbyterian church, performed the
ceremony, and the young couple will
leave this evening on a western wed
ding tour and be at home at Mitchell
S. D.. after Ane. 1. Mr. Bansdell makes
his headquarters there while travel
ing for a large jobbing concern. The
bride is the only daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Samuel P. Boyd, and has made
her home here for five years. Her
father is district passenger agent of
the ('.. B. . M- P., and she has many
friends here who will wish her much
Attorney Isaac Pet e rsberger and
Martin Silberstein have returned home
from Des Moines, where they attend
ed the convention of the It'nai Brith
society for the sixth national district,
which includes the states of Michigan.
Illinois. Wisconsin. Minnesota, Ne
braska and Iowa. Mr. Petersbertrer
was honored at the convention by be
ing elected chairman of the court of
appeals, one of the most responsible
and important offices in the order.
The P.'nai Brith society is the largest
Jewish fraternal order in existence
and its organisation covers the entire
world. The society has charge of the
Jewish orphanage asylum at Cleve
land and of the national hospital for
consumptives at Denver, the latter be
ing a non-sectarian institution.
Franz Meincke. n resident of the
west end. has been arrested upon com
plaint of George W'. Westnhal on the
charge of threatening to commit a
public nuisance. W'estphnl states that
the prisoner threatened to beat him
up and otherwise end his mortal ex
fine of the most successful musical
events that has entertained a Daven
port audience was the concert given
under the direction of Mrs. W. F.
Bradley, of Hock Island, at St. John's
Methodist church last evening. The
choir of the church was assisted by
the Davenport orchestral club. There
were To voices. Miu Ftta, tiabbert and
Mrs. F. Thompson serving as ac
companists. The audience filled the
church to overrlovving. There were
present a large number of Mrs. Brad
lev's friends from Hock Island.
The police court was thronged yes
terday with curious citizen? desirous
of learning whether or not Peter
Schaum. the proprietor of the Na
tional hotel, would make good his
boast and fight the charge lodged
against him. that of being a keeper
of a house of ill-fame, and against
six others charged with being in
mate?. Messrs. Koester. owner, and
Schaum. proprietor, of the Natimal
hotel, had retained C. W. Neal for the
defense, and it was said that Daven
port would be a dry town if the
charges were pressed. This meant
that saloons Would le closed up in re
taliation by the invocation of the rig
id letter of the mulct law. When the
hour of the hearing arrived Mr.
Schaum planked down $88 nnd costs.
The other inmates arrested in the raid
failed to show up for trial, and there
fore they were declarei'. to be in tie
fault ami their b.ii! was forfeite.:.
Bach had put up $10 for his or her
IN THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia. dune l. Mrs. J. 11
Brookman is slowly recovering from
her recent illness.
Reuben Roth has e-one to St. Fran-
cisville, Intl.. to join the dam diggers.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kennedy are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Schneider,
at Washington, la.
Dr. Prank Vanderveer and wife and
daughter arrived last week from
low a to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. A. Smith is visiting in Bock
Island with her daughter, Mrs. Gilpin
Mis- Myrtle Burgoyne has lieen se
cured as teacher in the primary room
for the ensuing year.
The Baptist society will have their
dinner at the home of Miss Marie
KrusC, Thursday, .lune 0.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition via the Illinois
Central. Tickets 011 sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office 389 Main street, Peoria, III. ('
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M..
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C M. & St. P. at
10:30 p. m., or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
EDUCATION At, TOUtt.
Peoria. 111., to Washington. i. c.i and Ke
tarn April 23. 1004.
Direeted by C. R, Vandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, Peoria; $40,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
eluding 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.
Stop and Think
If you want to go to Chicago you
ean take one of the C. M. & St. P.
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Bock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m..
arriving at Chicago at S:55 a. m.; at
1:53 p. m., arriving at Chicago at 9:55
p. m., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at 7:55 a .m.
Loan Association Notice.
The Boek Island Mutual Building.
Loan & Savings association, the oldest
saving-s institution in this section of
the state, is now issuing its 88th series
of stock. Regular monthly investments
will earn, if left to maturity, 8 pet
cent, and if withdrawn before ma
turity a larger per cent than can be
obtained in any other channel for
savings. All funds are loaned for the
building of Bock Island houses, thus
giving employment to our own citi
zens and thereby stimulating home
trafcle in every channel. Mechanics in
the building trades, merchants, and all
citizens interested in the progress of
our city will reap a double advantage
through investments in this stock.
E. H. GUYER, Secretary.
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS.
LAW'. May 81. 268, Dwight Bros.
Paper company, a corporation, vs. K.
.1. BronSOtt. Appeal by defendant.
Motion by defendant to set aside order
for refund of $5.95.
838, The people of the state of Illi
nois, ex rel. S. R. Kenworthy vs. Tri
City Railway company. Quo warran
to. Hearing on motion continues.
CHANCERY. May 31. 133, Caroline
Mock, by .1. W". Simonson, conserva
tor, vs. Charles Mock, et al. Partition.
Master reports collections of amount
of bitl and expense of deed and of evi
dence and conclusions as to solicitor's
When is a cough
than a cough?
When it's a settled cold.
When it hangs on in spite of
all you can do. Cough mix
tures won't cure it because
they are merely for a cough
and this is something more.
Scott's Emulsion cures the
cough because it cures the
something more. It heals
and repairs the inflamed
tissues where the cold has
taken root and prevents its
Ve'.i send you a umpie tree upon request.
SCOTT . BOW SE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
The United States
were organized in 1792.
The coinage of nickels was begun in
1866. The latest report from the
Mints shows that 445,841.054 nickels
have been coined since that tune,
Miss Grace Wiard lias departed for
her home in Ypsilanti, Mich., to pre
pare for her approaching wedding to
T. M. WbeelocU. son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. I). Wheelock, of ibis city. The nup
tials will be celebrated .lune in that
city, and Mr. Wheelock and bis bride
will arrive here a few days later for
a short visit before proceeding to
Si ntli McAllister. Ottla., vv bere "'led"
is well established in the practice tP
law, and where he and his bride will
make their future home,
Nels Peterson, afjed 53 year.-, died at
bis home, isiit Xinth street, at noon
yesterday alter two years' illne-s vviili
grinders' consumption. Mr. Peterson
bad been employed in the grinding de
partment at Deere iV Co.'s for years
and lately bad worked in the wood de
partment fr the Moline Plow com
pany. Besides bis widow he leaves two
sous. John LeRoy al home, and Arthur
L, at Monte roy, ( al.: also bis par
ents and two brothers at Oquawka,
11., and two sisters in this city. Mrs.
Alfred Freed and Mrs. Anna Wheel
P. A. Forber, a former Moline boy.
now engage d in photography at Aledo,
has word that his exhibit won rirst
prize at the recent state convention
of photographers at Roekford. Mr.
Forber is a brother of .fame- Forber,
if 1410 Sixth avenue.
Katherine Marie, wife of V. A. ;d
!en. dil i Monday after an illness ex
tending through the winter with tu
berculosis of the bowels. Death took
place at the family home. .M.'i Nine
teenth street. She was born in New
York .lune 16, Is to. am
death of her parents, cam
Roekford, where she was married to
Mr. Golden, July T. 1889. Twenty-four
years ago !;it month Mr. and Mrs.
Golden came to Moline ami this city
hits since been their home. The re
mains were taken to Roekford this
morning for burial. Besides the hus
band, two daughters, Mrs. p. . Hum
mer, of Kansas City, and Nina, at
Mrs. Catherine O'Malley passed to
rest from the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Thomas MeCann. 1830 Twelfth
street. Monday, after a week's illness
with apoplexy. She was born in Wa
terford, Ireland. is years ago and bad
spent a considerable part of her life
in this city, where she had endeared
herself to many. She leaves three
laughters, Mrs. Thoraaa MeCann. Mrs.
Mary O Neil. Mrs. Anna Milton, and
one son. John.
M. C. A.
meeting of women at the
at which to plan for their cooperation
in the upburldin'g 01 the association.
A lighting plant to insure the brilli
ancy of day at the pavilion anil about
the grounds at Campbell's island will
be installed at onee by the interurban
company. The attempt to tight the
prounds from the trolley wires has
demonstrated that when the cars are
taxed with passengers, as was the
ease Memorial day, the lights at the
resort decline and are not sufficient
to afford the illuminat ion desired. The
plant will be located mar the pavilion,
and along with the Improvemnet will
come the complete equipment of the
resort with lights.
Mayor C. P. Skinner is a restless pa
tient at his home while the remainder
of Kick Island county's delegation
is in the thick of the republican state
convention at Springfield. The mayor
and his gray riditifr horse went to the
pavement while the mayor was acting
as aid to (Jen. Clendenin daring the
formation of the afternoon parade
Monday, and the horse rolle:! am! rest
ed several hundred pounds of good
bone and muscle on the mayor's left
leg with the result that a severe bruise
on the ankle and a skin bruise just
abow- the knee compel tlif- uiavor to
keep close to his house and ehsdr.
Seventy-six manufacturers were rep
resented in the meeting of the iron
pumpmakers of the United States at
would not pay for the
Cremo cigars smoked
in one year
Largest Seller in the World
THE BAND IS THE
Chicago, fi r the organization of the
lion Pump Manufacturers associa
tion. Mi line gains the distinction f
having the office of treasurer which
fell to E. 11. Slight, of 1 he M. line
Pump rpnany. The purpt fc of the
organization is to collect and dissemi
nate information of interest to the
members, adjusting differences that
may f m time to time arise and U all
lawful ways to promote the intere fs
of its members.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and enn safely be given to
children. Sold by all druggists.
MISS ROSE OWENS,
No. 720 Seventeenth St.
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I lm I has a responsible position in
I " I the Government service at
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11. I). MA K.
Oen l Agent A. T. A: S. F. K'y.
Lsed by busy
business men who
wish to arrive
ICOCK ISLAND, ILL
Try the Santa Fe your next trip
A Startling: Test.
To save a life. Dr. T. G. Merritt, of
North Mehoopany, l'a., made a start
ling test resulting in a wonderful cure.
He writes: "A patient, was attacked
wiili violent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I had
often found Electric Hitters excellent
for acute stomach and liver troubles,
so I prescribed them. The patient
gained from the first, ami has not had
an attack in 14 months." Electric loi
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