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TBLB AB6HJ8, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1904.
JOINTS AND MUSCLES SWOLLEN AND STIFF
A disease so painful and far-reaching in its effects
upon the human system as Rheumatism, must have a deep
end well-laid foundation. It originates and develops in
the blood, and, like other diseases of the blood, is fre
quently inherited. The poisonous acids with which the
blood is charged circulate through the system, breaking
cown me neaun, irritating
the-netTes. settling in joints , a .ttak'ffit'o
and muscles, and causing the tlsm- 1 wa tip in bed for six months, and the
sharo 'cutting ratn neruliar locloi did me bo good. They changed med-
snarp, cutting pains peculiar iClne every week, and nothing they prescribed
to Rheumatism. Unless the seemed to help m. Finally I left off their medi-
hlnod is nuri fieri irfinta anrl cj?e and began the use of S. S. S. My kneo and
Diooa IS punneo. joints ana elbow Joints were so swollen and painful that I
muscles become coated with could not close them when opened. I was (retting
the arrid matter and are ren discouraged when I bejran 8. 8. 8., but as I saw it
Itl I, ? 7 . w nelpfng me, continued, and to-day am a sound,
dered stiff and sore, and the wen man.
nerves completely wrecked. 1365 Mt. Vernon Are. R. H. CHAPMAN.
Rheumatism, being a constitutional blood disease, requires internal treat
ment. Liniments, plasters and such things as are applied outwardly, give
toning up the nerves and all parts of the system. It is guaranteed strictly
egetable. Write us should yon desire medical advice, which will cost you
aotMnS' THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA. GA.
With a small payment down, the follow iijg properties will be sold
on monthly installments no greater than a fair rental.
No. 701 Third street, 4 No. 1137 Thirty-eighth
rooms $1,000 street, 4 rooms 1,300
No. 1006 Fifth avenue, 5 Ko- 1211 Thirty-eighth
rooms 900 street, 12 rooms 4.500
, , No. 1125 Thirty-seventh
No,. 1000 ami 1008 Third fitrcpt , 108
avenue, 2 flats, t stores Ko Forty-Second
and small house 6,000 strppt R TOOm j 150
No. 2:10 Thirteenth s-treet, So. 4425 Eighteenth ave-
9 rooms 3.000 nuej 7 rnoms 2,000
No. 2935 Thirteenth ave- 1 No. 823 Forty-second
nue, 5 rooms 1.100 6treet. ', rooms 1,800
No. ol.'l- .Ninth avenue, 4 1
No. 1309 Thirty-sixth street,
5 rodms 1,100
Also several houses in Moline and most desirable residence lots
in Rock Island and Moline.
E. H. GUYER, Mitchell & Lynde Bldg.. Rock Island
Telephone Old west 1389, new 6055.
Office 1607: Second Av,
and removal of nerves done by as, and
the best and most careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin
elastic plate with natural
gums that fit in all cases
and when others fail. We
use no cheap material in
ourolliee for our work is all
guaranteed to he equal to
the highest priced dentists
and to be lirsc class in every
respect. Notice our prices
helow, they are always the
(told riatinum filling
Gold fillings, $1 and up
Gold Crowns 2-'k, $4 to $5 4.00
Thin elastic plates 10.00
Best red Rubber plates 9.00
Others 5 00
Office 10071 Second Avenue,
Over Spiders Drug Store.
Dr. S. C. Marshall.
It's a Pleasure
s good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn wht really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
psrt of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipes snd smoker's articles,
give us a esil.
M. Arndt & Co
Pcngstoft Block, 1708 Second At.
only temporary relief. S. S. S. is the recognized great
est of all blood purifiers and tonics, and in no disease
does it act so promptly and beneficially as Rheuma
tism, neutralizing the acids and restoring the blood
to a pure, healthy condition and invigorating and
No. 602 Fortieth street, 6
No. 4425 Seventh avenue. 9
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark. N. J
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, 111
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, I'a.
Rockford Ins. Co Boekford, 111
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. . Rockford, 111
Office, room 8, Buf ord block. Rates
ss low ss consistent with resurity.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low ss
sny reliable company
YOCB 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
ir, in color and finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
erery time. Careful handling and
artistic work are among our up-to-date
Twelfth Street mad Fifth A
Don't Be FooledA
Ornulnc ROCKY .MOUNTAIN TEA
I Is put up in while packages, manufactured
! excluive!y by tbe JUmdisen Mtdicinr
i Co.. XjJu.-i. Wis. 11 at j 5 cent a
pacKage. aii otners arc rank imitation
and substitutes, don't riak your health b
taking them . TH l:Ot.N L IN fc makes sick
paapte Well. Keeps you Welt. All Him St
Dealers sell the Genuine.
MOLt-ISTEP DRLO CO. Madison. WU.
At the annual election of Strasscr's
band Hiijjo Stoeterau elected
manager in place of Henry Kindt, who
desires to devote hi time lo private
bnsusess interests. Hugo Toll wab
chouen director uf the bam!, and wDl
conduct all the cua certs. 'Mi- officers
will be a.- follows: President, Tlii'
Herzog; vice president. in Wilson;
secretary, Alfred Begin; treasurer,
Ausrust TliieriiiL-. The members of
the bam! hai' ordered new uniforms
which will arrive bo n.
Harry J. McFarlan I has been ap
pointed a clerk of the Davenport
branch of the United states district
and circuit courts, and has been noti
fied 1 .1 1 H 1- Smith McPberson thai
the district and circuit -..nrt term- in
Davenport will begin the fourth Tues-
ay in .ril and the tir t Tut day in
October f each rear. The imlfre--
igning the order are Walter H. San
born, Ames M. Thayer, Willi- Van De
Vanter. William C. H. . k and Smith
Mayor Phillipa believes that the of
fices in the city hall have been placed
there for the benefit of the people of
the city, and that they should accom
modate taxpayers at all times. Con
sequently, he has abolished the time
honored custom of closing his offices
at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoons dur
ing the month- of June. July and
August. He says a great deal of bus
iness is often done Saturdays by peo
ple who cannot come on any otber
day, and that the city offices at least
ought to be open, even if all the other
offices in town cli se. The custom of
closing at 1 o'clock during the sum
mer months lia been in rogue for sev
eral years and Saturday was the first
day in June that they were kept open.
This evening the city council will
meet as a committee of the whole to
consider the proposition made by St.
Luke's hospital for the use of the
pathological laboratory for municipal
purposes. The laboratory is one of
the best in the state and has cost n
large amount of money. In ail of the
larger cities In the at the city has a
laboratory of this kind, although if
the city decides to accept the proposi
tion of the hospital Davenport will be
the only city in the state of Iowa with
a municipal laboratory.
S. .. Kly. the efficient and respected
cashier of the Union Savings hank,
passed away at the home of the par
ents of his wife, Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Bawden, on Fourth avenue in this
city, Saturday evening. Mr. Ely had
been suffering from a complication f
diseases, including typhoid malaria,
upon which pneumonia se( in. He is
thought to i:iw received the germs
while be wa- in Florida a few months
ago. He was firsl taken ill in St.
Louis, where he stopped over to see
the exposition on his way back. S. L.
Ely was born Dec. 2, 1865, in Cham-
bersburg, I'a.. and came west with his
parents at the age oT years. He was
married Nov. L'7. 1900, to Mi-s Eliza
beth Bawden, and she survives. One
child was born to this union, but died
m March of tin- vear at the a are of '.
months. The funeral will lie
Wednesday at 2 o'clock from
Fast Fourteenth street.
Mayor Phillips has sworn in as spe
cial Beers Thomas Kane. P. J. Phe
lan, John Behan, Henry Pahl, Henry
Ranch and Marion More head. They
will be employed as watchmen around
the business district of the city.
Clerk of the District Court W. ;.
N'oth has made out a warrant of com
mitment ordering the sheriff of Scott
county to take Walter Kelley to the
state penitentiary. Kelley was sen
tenced to two years in the peniten
tiary and a movement was made to
have him paroled or pardoned, as his
reputation up to the time he nimit-
ted the crime had been good.
Fully 500 men are m ployed working
on the street- of the west part of the
city of Davenport. Over half of these
are in the employ of the Davenport S'
Suburban Hail way inpany Faying
track and doing other construction
work along West Fourth street. Th
rest are engaged In the paving work
of Northwc-t Davenport, where a
continuous stretch of a mile on Leon
ard, Washington and Locust streets is
being graded and laid with brick.
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
June 4. In re conservatorship of
t harlcs P. Johnson. Petition for aj
pointment of a conservator filed.
Hearing thereon without intervention
of jury. It appearing that said Charles
P. Johnson was duly adjudged Insane
by an order of thi- court duly entered
on the fifth day of January, iv7. and
that he is still insane and that he ha
o conservator; that said Charles P.
Johnson in consequence of such in
sanity is not capable of earing for and
taking care of hi property and ef
feets and that a conservator should
be appointed BS provided by law. and
it further apearing that said Charles
I. Johnson now ha- property and ef
fects, the safe-keeping of which re
quires the appointment of a conserva
tor. It i- ordered that Hilda M. John
son in appointed eonanrvator afl the
property of said Charles I. Johnson
upon taking the proper oath and fil
ing a g"od and sufficient bond with
approved security in the sum of ffioo.
Bstate of ndrew Huflqulsf. Proof
being maoe to the cult that deeeased
left no wilw. heirs at law or next of
kin in this state capable of adminis
tering on his estate. Hut that there
are creditor- of his e-tate whose in
terests require the appointment of an
administrator to take charge cf and
administer said estate for the benefit
of those entitled thereto, and August
V. Esterdahl being a creditor of de
ceased, residing in this county and en
titled under the law to administer
thereon. It appearing that sanl es
tate should be administered upon
without delay to protect the property
of -aid e.-tate and said creditors. I'.v
leave of court petition of said August
V. Esterdahl. a creditor, as aforesaid,
for letters of administration to issue
to him as such creditor filed. Hear
in? thereon and petition granted up
on taking oath and tiling bond in sum
of $2(Ki to be approved by the court.
In re guardianship of minor heirs
of Adelbert Bradley. Final report of
guardian filed and approved. Keeeijrt
and release of ward Carl Bradley, now
of age. filed and approved. Guardian
discharged as to Carl Bradley. It appear-
that ward. Arthur Bradley, N
now dead, that before hi- death the
fund- belonging to him were proper
ly used up in hi support, and there is
thins? now in said guardianship.
Guardian discharged, Guardianship
closed. Fee- hereto tore remitted by
CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS.
LAW Elizabeth Stelck vs. Chicago.
Burlington & Quincy Railway com
pany. Trespass. Cause dismissed by
plaintiff at her costs. Cause of action
33. Elizabeth Stelck. ta aL, vs. Chi
cago, Burlington A Quincy Railway
company. Ejectment. Cause dismiss-
.ed as per stipulation on file at plain
211, Hugh McGee, Sr.. vs. Tri-Citj
Railway company. Case. Cause dis
missed. Cause of action satisfied and
t HAXCERY 177, Lizzie Weaver vs
Allen Weaver. Divorce. Exception:
to answer heard and sustained as to
!at 10 lines on first page of sai.i an
1st. John Schafer. by next friend
vs. Mary Holdorf el al. Bill. Personal
service on all defendants. Defend
ants called and defaulted. Caus
heard by the court.
'u::. Daniel Wood vs. Clara Connoi
et al. Foreclosure. Answi r of guar
dian ad litem to both bill and cross
bill filed. Cause referred to master in
chancery to take proofs and report
20. Turah L. Palmer vs. .John W
Palmer. Divorce. Cause heard find
ing and decree for complainant for di
vorce, custody of minor children Net
tie and Benjamin and for alimony.
"'O. Albert H. C. F.vcrs vs. .Ie-it
M. Evers. Divorce. Cause heard.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Northampton, Mass.. i celebrating
the 250th anniversary of its settle
President Roosevelt has joined tho
T'niteil Spanish War Veterans' asso
Postmaster General Payne has is
sued an order for the free transmis
sion through the mails of reading mat
ter In raised letters for the blind,
.lude EH T. Wilder, a pioneer resi
dent of Missouri, is dead at Hod Wing,
axed ll years.
The second lloor of the lumber mill
of the Wauscoti Lumber company, at
Wauseon, ).. fell In and Carl Hradley
was caught under it and killed.
A full executive, judicial and coun
ty ticket is beJnsj elected In Oregon to
day, besdies two representatives to
Alexander UcCullough, John Smith
and a China ma a were killed by an
explosion i:i tin gelatine bouse of the
Ilcn ulcs Powder works nt Pinole, Cal.
There wore 37,223 paid admissions
to the Cincinnati-New York base ball
game at New York Saturday beating
the attendance record.
Due thousand employe! of the mo
tive power and track department of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will
be laid off on .Tune 10, owing to de
Ten thousand persons welcomed the
"Liberty bell" when it arrived at To
ledo, o.. eu route to St. Louis.
Chamberlain's Stomach and I.I ver Tablets
Hettar Than a Iloctor'n I'reKcrlptlon.
J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Ya., says
that Chamberlain's stomach and Liver
Tablets have done him baore good than
anything he could get from the doc
tor. If any physician in this country
was able to compound. a medicine that
would produce such gratifying results
in ea-i s of stomach troubles, bilious
ness or constipation, his whole time
would be used in preparing tills one
medicine. For sale by all druggists.
For a Hundred Years.
For a hundred years or more Witch
Hazel has lieeu recognized as a superi
or remedy, but it remained for E. C.
DeWitt & C. of Chicago, to discover
how to combine the virtues of Witch
Hazel with other antiseptics, in the
form of a salve. DeWitt'a Witch Ha
zel Salve is the best salve in the work!
for sores, cuts, burns, bruises, and
piles. The high standing of this salve
has given rise to counterfeits, and the
public is advised to look for the name
"DeWitt" on the package, and accept
no other. Sold by all druggists.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitations are offer
ed for the genuine. A-k for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub
stitute offered, as no other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
II.;. dm i Falk and SCss Christina
Bjorfclund were the victims of a pecu
liar and somewhat serious accident
Friday evening. The young people
were out driving in a top buggy, and
it Warners Crossing a wire, which
telegraph linemen had not raised aft r
some repair work done there, stretch
ed across the road so low that it
caught the top of the buggy, tipping
it in such a way as to throw the occu
pants of the rig to the ground. Miss
Bjorfclund sustained injuries which
may develop seriously, and her escort
was badly shaken np and bruised.
The graduation of niirser- from the
Moline Training School of Ni:r-es
tafces place tbh evening at the Christ
Episcopal church. The head nurse.
Mi-- May Watson, has arrived and will
soon have charge of the hospital.
Those who graduate are: Miss Amelia
Huhnetcock. Mi .- Amy Lancashire,
Mi: s ( race Sheerill.
Swan Brown, of s:.'0 Twelfth avenue,
died Saturday of a complication of
rheumatism and stomach troubles.
He had been afflicted for several years.
He was born in Jonsfcoping, Sweden,
Oct. 13, I8&2. He leaves his widow, a
brother in Sweden, and two step-chil
dren, Mrs. Alfred Lindval! and Emit
Coleman. He had been unable to do
any work for the last eight years, but
before that had worked i." vear- for
the Moline Wagon company.
Despite the rain of Friday evening
members of the High School Alumni
association held their annual reunion
at Campbell's island, about ion youn
people bciiiLT present. Members of the
class of 1904 were iiiven welcome into
the association and these officer
Aire elected: President, 1.. B. Black
burn, ''.'-: vice president, Herbert l'ut
man, Ot; secretary. Miss Edna Wood,
'ni: treasurer. Eugene Ta lor. 03; ex
ecutive committee. Mrs. K. Allen.
Will .1. Ball, .1. II. McKeevcr, Miss Hel
en Wilson. Gilpin Stromberg.
M.dine lodge. No. 133, I. I . O. I'.,
gave a smoker ami entertainment 1'ri
dav evening. Two hundred persons
were in attendance, member- of the
lodge and Odd Fellows who have come
from Springfield, Mass.. to work in
the small arms plant at Kock Island
arsenal. About thirty-five of the new
comers from the east were present,
-line of them notable men. past
grands in the Springfield lodges from
which they came.
Friends of Andrew McKaufsky will
lc interested In knowing that he was
married to Miss Nellie Kasenberir, of
Clinton, Iowa, Tuesday, May 31, the
ceremony being performed l.v the
magistrate in Shaf ton, Iowa. The
young couple are in Moline now at
home to their friends at 1609 Third
C. H. Hotter, division siiperinti ndent,
and W illiam Hauglmian. division equip
ment foreman of the Central Union
Telephone company, whose headquar
ters are in Springfield, were in the
city looking after business interests.
The nature of their business was to
pick out a site suitable for the erec
tion of an exchange building. Noth
ing definite wa.- decided upon, but it
i- very likely that in the near future
; In- plans will be completed and the
work carried out. Owing to the in
crease in business it is almost an im
possibility for the company to handle
its work in its present location.
After a shut-down ince Wednesday
morning, necessitated by the breaking
of the main shaft in the engine room,
the Republic Iron A: Steel company
re.-umed work this morning in full
blast. More than eighty men have
been laid off, and the mill has been
deserted except for the repairers. The
annual shut-down for repairs and in
ventory is still :i month away, and
even it will be curtailed to less than
two weeks, so prosperous has the past
ea r been.
Clarence Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William T. Miller, of Prospect park,
had a close all from death by drown
ing Friday afternoon. While swim
ming in the lake at the park, he pro
ceeded a considerable distance from
shore, and when ready to turn back,
found he had overestimated his
Strength. He was then close to the
tlag pole in 8Q feat of water. He dis
appeared twice under the surface,
each time calling for help. Two little
fellows on the lake in a row boat were
too frightened to go to hi- assistance,
hut hearing the call for help, and Mr.
Leppert, who has charge f the park
for the Tri-Clty Railway company,
hurried out in his boat and reached
Miller as he was going down probably
f r the last time.
Driven to Oeaperatlon.
Living at an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to desperation in ease of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of
Buekleu'a Arnica Salve. It'- the best
on earth. 25c, at Hart & l llemever's
If you have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney
( ure. you will have ohfj yourself to
blame for result, as it positively cures
all forms of kidney and bladder dis
eases. All druggists.
I)., oii want the little ones bapov
. 1 - .1 . 1 1 . . o ...... I. I
strong, romisi man bcsiihj . rc
age of Holiister's Rocky Mountain JVa
will make them strong and well. No
pay if it fails. 83 cents, tea or tablets.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
X5he Month of Brides wrvtl Koses
brinsr5 with it many pleasant memories, and they will he more pleas
ant if von have been doing your grocery trading at our --tore. We
not only give yon better, fresher groceries for your money, but we
give you more of them. too. than you have been getting elsewhere.
Let Us convince you with a trial order.
Fancy dairv butter. per C
per pound ls2v
2 Bars Santa Clans
Anderson's Jam. 3 cans ""a L
Wb. can Apples. 8 15c
1-pound pher. scrap 'm C
hi i.ar- Cudahay'a Hi a- f"
inond C soap fcFt-
Best (Jraniilnted f ff
Sugar, U'l lbs lUU
Kgg-o See and Vigor, "--
Quaker Oafs, 5is
per packago v3
Standard Tomatoes, C
3 cans As"C
Standard Corn, a-
3 cans mZixJC
New York gallon P
3 lb. can Green 'Cls1-
Pure Catsup, 3 -
REMEMBER THE PLACE, NEAR POSTOFFICE.
Economy Grocery Co.
1515 Second Ave.; old 'phone 1369, new 'phone 540-'. Kock Island, III
For Busy Men
To Chicago is tho St. Paul's No. 4.
Leave Rock Island at 4:58 p. m. via blio
Chicago Milwaukee &
St. Paul Ry.
Supper served ill cafe car. Arrive Union
Passenger station, in the heart of Clii
cao, 9:55 p. m. This gives you tho en
tire day in whicn to transact your
husiness, returning on THE SOUTH
WEST LIMITED, leaving Chicago at
0:05 p. in.
S. B. STODDARD
Santa Fe, of Course
Travelers who knw will go n ot her way
II. I. MACK,
Cen'l Agenl A. T. & 8. F. U'y.
Three lr:ilns IBR72SB The -lnot
daj to California
KOCK I SLASH, ILL.
Santa Fe service will surely please you
Rates Low Better Go.
atonic. The alcohol only 32 per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air -and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
L your doctor what
I Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Gold Dust. C
it., can Egg lA
Quart bottle Ammonia O
lb. pkg Cero-Kruto. Malta-Too
flakes and Cera Nut. f"
pkgs JL w
Besl Patent Flour, every
sack guaranteed a J
Gallon P aches, fT
per gallon &Jv
Seeded RaJ IBS, 3 Iba.
2 large cakes Itory a C
cakes Napolio 1,5c
3 lb. can extra fancy -
sliced Pineapples mC
Toothpicks, a large
Pure Maple Syrup, C
quart bottle JC
Yeast Foam, a-
Shredded Cocoanut, 1
Meals by Harve?
Dust less i racks
Fine new Pullmans.
ML Beer is Good forYou
malt is a food; the hops
he thinks about drinking
Phone 10H anl '.- v
Cn.ne &. Ohlweiler Co. ,
4?V13I Klevnth St .
Hock iDlumi. 111.
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