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THE AROTS, THURSDAY, JITSE 9, 1904.
flIISS DOROTHY ILAKK,
8130 .r. : - : v St.,
i. '. I ! I A :
results thfcy arc Kettintr
whose vbotoftrspb appears herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair, thicker than tin crown of priory of most
mature women. France h only lour years old, and her hair hanga within 12 in I ( of tl ( Boor. 1 be extraordinary hair
itrengthening qualities of Danderine has grown I c thi littl t j of hair rac possessed by
a child of her acre in the world. The other two ladies whose photograph arc shovn lion r duly aellgntep. Wltn ipe
IT IS POSITIVE AND PERMANENT IN ITS
WfcMt amdied to the acato on either old or young, it makes th hair tand
. ...... orAimri f,.,- tv,..irv mtiiI tnoittlw tn rpantta. either. Anv dmrrrist
romnli.-h every result we claim. NOW
a.aa TnatWYOT how mil It . Danriepin a
rllC.Ii Kuwltuu DttuUt:Hue Co., Cbicago, v.V.U ILcir LUI .-
roF Sale and guaranteed by Harper
The only real 5-cent cigar to be had a1 the
only Real Ciar St ni t.
YOU KNOW THE BOYS Bosco and Clint
5 Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals
Office 1607! Second Av.
nnd removal f Derm done by ns, and
the best sad most careful treatment
given f all eaaes.
We have a patent thin
elastic plate with natural
gums that fit in all cases
and when others Pail. We
use no cheap material in
our office for onr work is all
iraaranteed to be equal to
the highest priced dentists
and to be first class in every
respect. Notice onr prices
below, they are always the
Cement fillings .25
Gold Platinum filling: .50
BilTer fillings .
Gold fillings, ft and up 1.00
Gold Crowns tXk, St t. $. 4.00
Tbin elastic plates 10.00
Itest red Rubber plates 9.00
Office 16071 Second Avenue,
Over Spiders Drug BtoTC
Dr. S. C. Marshall.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealer in sin-rle and double strength
Klinds and MovkHnfja, Veneered and
Hardwi od Flooring f all kinds.
Dealer in single and doable strength
Window Glass. Polished Piste, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
3U and 329
KOCK ISLAND. : : : ILLINOIS.
Don't Be Fooled!
(lrnuinc BOCKY MOlTAIN TEA
Is put ur lnhite pckj'. rranufacxarej
exclusively by thic JIjJiscn Mfdicinr
Co.. Maducn. M il. Sells at jtg cents a
package. All others arc rani, Imil :i.n
nd subkttitutes, doa't ri.sk. your beh h
taking thrti. THi:'ji ' Nt. tnarces sivk
people Well. Keepu you U ell. AH rlooc5t
Dealers sell the Genu rc.
HOLUSTf-: DRL ti CO. .VaJion. Wis.
GREW THIS HAif!
AND WE CAN
Results from its u.e arc OL'ICK and PERMANENT.
FHANf KS MAUIi: KN()V.XTOS,
980 CarQebl Pwlwnri, Chlmfi ML,
Age -S Vtsis.
FRANCES KSB5E KreOWLT Ore
. Nt-ithr of them having Lr.ir tnatwoui Lr ' in irwai izm rcre oeiimmg iae bbw ui. vanucrinc
at all ch ug-it in tha ,25 cents,
itS v. r n .r
Charles E, Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, X. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' liis. Co Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Bockford Ins. Co Rockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co Nc w Haven. Conn.
Irs. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 8, liuf ord block. Rate,
sa low as consistent frith reanritr.
J. M. BUFORD
The eld fire and time-tried companies
represented. Kates sa low as
any reliable company
YOrE PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
"Up Agin" a CcodThing
a man is vben he commences to
patgonixs the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry 1 ever
struck'" i-i what those who indulge
in a little slang would gay. Bat
extra nous if you want your linen
as laultle-s as win. a you lirst !u;ht
it, in color and finish, wc will guar
antee to io :t to your satisfaction
every time. Careiul handling and
artistic work arc iiinong oar up-to-date
if.h Sirwt snd Fifth Arenas.
KISS I l'CY MAT,
5C3G FomtTilte Ave.
thic .. long and beantifol, and there
will refund t !k- i: 'ice 1 1 it does not
GO and 91 ,OG pet bottle
ivertisnnent to tho
jvs to pay !ost.ig.
. Mrs. Jennie Kennj has lx-t-n arrested
bj ( onstable Byron Bumsey, being
charged with securing money on false
pretenses. The complaining witness
1- William Mills. The latter claims
lu- met the Kenny woman May "0 and
that .-!: represented herself t le a
single lady. Being desirous of a help
mete in life lie thereupon cultivated
her friendship soon ripened in
to !om upon l,i part.. He proposed
and accepted upon the spot. Then
the arrangements i the forthcoming
marriage were talked over and
the Kennj woman decided that $160
would be jusl about t!i- right amount
ti pa for her wedding outfit and oth
er necessary expenses to properly pre
pare for t!i- wedding. Mills paid the
woman the amount, n t in a lump. Imt
upon several different occasions. With
the near approach of the eventful
day Mills learned thai tlx- woman al
ready had one husband in the person
ut Pal I any, a well-known character
in the Bucktown district.
The police wii-- notified yesterday
afternoon of the disapperaance of the
2-year-oll daughter i f the Lsrkins
family, residing over the P. A. Reira-
i rs tin sli ip at 312 West 'J'liird
street. The otHCers of tli department
were put t" work upon the ease and
in hour later located the youngester
on Tenth and Perrj streets. That the
midget traveler got liert- without acci
dent is surprising.
Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M.
Shaw has authorized the increase in
ti Cnited States depository deposits
at tliv Citizen's National hank of thi:
city from $50,000 to $75,000. This con
cession w gaim I upon the request
of President P. M. Grigg v. ho wrote
to Mr. Shaw explaining why such an
increase was !'ired.
The Veteran Volunteer Fireman's
association held a regular meeting at
Chter c N-ii Linden Tuesday evening,
and Initiated four new members,
Martin Downs, Sam Rowley, Henry
Bornhoeft and Louis Vahnrnnir. The
I committee having in charge the pic
nic whirli wi'l be l' : it at Washing
ton park next Sunday reported all
Why Experiment Longer ?
V.'c have the only known cure
in the world for
rheumatism Is juat like all
Anif f.ir f . . . a i -
in-.i bit rurcn. you arc not curod.
There Is on!y one known cure for rheu
Vr.m, ,n t!:e world, anj that l MEL
kki.nk Bveryttaln else is simpiv -rec-'
: : thousands of tes-
f.monlals on ft!. fr..-! people who were
cur.i by JI UK KINK aftr paylnc
enough for othr curi'1 to buy a farm.
Every bottle soM bears our absolute
guarantee to cure.
RHKI-MATISM is eaOMd by uric arid
In the blood, which stlff.-r.;?. enlarges and
lorks thf joints and often renders you a
cripple for life.
Write VEPFRINrT REMEDY CO. D-.h.-. Mlea. far
Price Ji.oo rer Bottle 6 Bottles Ss.oo.
Vi-',rT"" ri!J if SruK cny MED.
ERiNE m Hack.
i . v..-.. ... i rn.-ini i licit
MEDERINE OINTMENT VZZZ'SKSZ
cexs. jdc per box.
Mfderiae Kenedlea are aid tad raaranteed by
T. H. Thomas. Druggist.
arrangements made for the event.
This eommittce is composed cf Henry
Hennins. Her.ry Stratmann, F. Beh
neke. dr.. Ifrnatz Schmidt, George Mai
sack, John P. Sennits and II. C. Warne
bold. The Volunteers also announced
at the !iine meeting that the Turner
hall had been enpageJ for dan. 14.
19o;. as the tlate for the annual Fire
man'!, masquerade -
The fith annual picnic cf the Har
ness Makers' Union, better known as
the branch of tfo. 11, pf the United
Brotherhood of Leather Worker- on
Horse Goods, will picnic and hold its
field dav exercises at Schuetsen park
June i'.. with the full Strausser or
chestra furnishing the music. The
committee whirh. has charge of the
event i composed of William Eller
mire, chairman; t)tt Jaeger, H. K.
Teufel, Ne!s Anderson and J. W. Hold-
A large numtx r of annual passes
good anywhere u n the IJock Island
road have been stolen from the Dav
enport depot of the company. The
passes were taken from the general
foreman's office on the second floor
of the depot building. The passes are
uch as are used by the company for
it- employes, and in this particular in
stance were a lot to le used by the
employes in charge of Chief Lineman
It. I-". Brennan. Each of the stolen
passes, which are in the shape of
small pasteboard eanls. have a sep
arate number and these numbers are
in possession of the railway company.
Telegrams have been sent to the con
ductors all along the line to take up
the stolen passes in ease they are pre
sented in lieu of fares.
Harry Boyce and George Lamb,
both firemen at the Moline water
works, were defendants i:i the police
court yesterday on the charge of dis
turbing the peace. The two men were
arrested near the street ear barn on
Second and Rock Island streets by
Officer Goldermann while they were
quarreling. Bach was fined $1.
There were filed with the clerk of
the court yesterday afternoon the ar
ticles changing the name of Louis T.
Mahoney, a native of Davenport. i
years of aire, of height " feet 6 inches,
hair black and dark hazel eyes, to
that of Louis T. Schauder, that of the
grandfather, with whom he had lived
for the past decade.
John McGuire, the lad who is
thought to have been an accomplice
of young Michael Foley in the theft
of Mis Nellie Plynn's gold watch and
diamond brooch, has been captured
by Night Captain Mullane and Detec
tive John Quinn. He was found in
Moline working in a livery stable.
Mr. and Mrs. A. ;. Miller, of 111
Howell street, are m urning the death
of their infant daughter, Buth Anita
Miller, who died Tuesday.
The Dodds Steamboat company has
released to the Grand Isle Park com
pany all of the interests which it for
merly owned in the bases iveii by
John Offermann dated Jan. 26, 1895,
and by Adolph Offermann dated Any.
H. moo. to the Dodds Steamboat com
pany. This document conveys to the
park company the exclusive tenure
under their purchase.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, June 9.- Mrs. Kd Cool was
in Hock Island last Thursday.
.Mrs. Wells, of ( hicago. is visiting
with her sister, Mrs. George Bryan.
Mrs. Harry Tavenner, of Moline. is
-pending a couple of weeks with Mrs.
.!. N. Tavenner and other friends
Mrs. William Pinneo and daughter,
Lucilc, spent Sunday with her moth
er. Mrs. (i. W. I : rink.
Wil! McCauley, of Bock Island, vis
ited Sunday with relatives here.
Trouble, which has been brewing
.for some time here between some of
the town boys and the country boys,
came to a head Sunday night when
Arthur Handed, of the town, and Her
man Trent, of the country, became
engaged in a fight on the street in
front of Jesse Maxwell's barber shop.
Handeli started the qnarrel. by knock
ing Trent off the sidewalk. Handel!
was getting the worst of it when
Lewis Pinneo interfered in behalf of
Handeli, but was taken off by others.
The faces of both boys were badly
scratched and bruised. Monday a law
sail was held before Justice William
Curtis. Handeli was fined $19 and
Mrs. Caroline Bennett, of Chicago,
came Saturday to spend the summer
with her sister. Mr-. W. C. Heanv.
Bowling, June '.. Mr-. Harry Wil
hite and little -on. Walter, visited relative-
in Uoek Island Saturday.
Mix Pearl D nick was laken In St.
Anthony'.- hospital by the Bock Island
ambulance Wednesday and was oper
ated on for appendicitis and tumor.
T. Shafer. of BarStow, spent Sun
day in Ibiwling..
Hen Curtis returned home Saturday
from Boek Island.
Mr. and Mr-.. tame M.fhtt vi itcd the
county -eat Saturday.
A larce number attended the dance
at th home of Mr. and Mr-. Jacob
Bowers Tuesday night.
Mis- Beksie Hutchinson spent last
week with Miss Mamie Johnson in
AOBnijrtjd jaasansjx -j -j, -siuso
lea 'And on vjna , tioiircdii-'uo.
a " .
jssjna aaspisod sx sprfimoji .Cjfoojj
IsdatSfflOfl pijou aqi a; ssau?(.5ts no
I jo spjpqj-oMi neo uotjBdtjsaoj
Invitations are out for the marriage !
of Miss Nellie Batt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Y. T. F.all and Caldwell K.
R OS borough, to take place at the Ball
residence Wednesday, June 22, at
Mr. sad Mrs. C. M. Loos ley have de
parted for Champaign to attend the
commencement exercises of the Uni
versity of Illinois, where their eldest
son will be graduated.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nycpiist of 17:50
deventb avenue have issued invita
tions for the wedding f their daugh
ter, Mi.-s Olga Victoria Nvquist. to J.
Alfred Blombcrg, Tuesday evening,
June 21, at the First Swedish M. K.
Seventeenth street property owners
are considering the adoption of a new
kind f pavement for the Improvement
of that thoroughfare from Eighth to
Eleventh avenue, en the hillside. May
or Skinner has Ikm h making an inves
tigation of bitullthic pavement in
course of construction in St. Louis
and is so well pleased with it that he
will recommend it for the Seventeenth
street joi. It is constructed similar
to asphalt, with a concrete foundation
a mixture of ssphaltum and granite as
a binder coarse, and a 2-ineh mixture
of chipped granite and asphalt nm on
top rolled down very smooth. Cabmen
say that they prefer bituiithic pave
ment in St. Louis, and it is very desir
able for moderately heavy traffic. It
has the advantage of lieinsr less ex
pensive than asphalt.
At the meeting of the Beethoven
dub Tuesdav evenina? the invitation of
the Woman's club to merge I he sing
ing club into the Woman's club as one
of its department- was adopt, d. Tin
board also endorsed the lawn fete to
be given on Stephen's lawn for the
A meeting of the members of the
Mechanical Engineering Endowment
society of Augusta na college was held
at the home of (iu-t Shallburg. The
question of holding a bazar this fall
was discussed and a committee ap
pointed to complete the arrangements.
They are Mesdames ('. II. Godehn, A.
(i. Carlson, K. L. Nordgren and Misses
Florence Lindgren and Alice Chester.
Mrs. W. A. .lone-, and son Arthur.
Mrs. M. L. Westerman and Charles W.
Pool, the druggist, have gone to Karl
ville. III., to attend the funeral of their
brother. Hon. J. J. Pool. Mrs. Jones
attended the wedding of Mr. Pool's
youngest daughter last Wednesday at
his home and Sal unlay he w as strick
en with apoplexy, from which he did
not regain consciousness. At the time
of his death Mr. Pool was internal
revenue collector in Chicago.
Swen Oscar Burklund, th
Irnmrn eiiiolove of Deere & I
Mi-s Lillian May Swanson were mar
ried at s o'clock last evening at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. George Swanson. of Fifty-second
-Inet. Walker Station. Mr. Berk
lund has many friends in this city
who will extend hearty congratula
tions to him. Mr. and Mrs. Berklund
will reside on Forty-fourth street.
John Peck, of Sterling, owner of the
gun-stock factory, is in Moline On
business with the Moline Business
Men's association. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Peck interested the as
sociation in the removal of his plant
to Moline some time ago. and it is
understood the proposition is now be
ing revived with the chances in favor
of bringing the plant here.
Farewell was said to Rev. W. W.
Willard Tuesday evening by the peo
ple of the First Congregational
church and of the city at a reception
tendered him in the church parlors.
Kates of rent in Fast Moline are said
to be striking their reasonable level,
and the reduction is said to have been
followed by the addition of many new
families to the village. The houses
which have been standing unoccu
pied are gaining tenants from among
the men who are employed at New
Shops and in the shops of the suburb.
A pleasure trip for Moliners and an
advertisement for Moline is some
thing which may result earlv next fall
from a snggesticm made lv the board
of directors of tlv MoKne club ly C.
II. I ' ere Tuesday evening. It was no les.-
than the chartering of several coaches,
private sleeper and diner, in which
members of the Moline club may tour
the south and southwest.
Pursuant to suggestions made by
Supt. Smith, of the public schools.
the number- of the school board have
instructed the building and grounds
committee to investigate the changes
proposed by Mr. Smith. For the past
two years the high school building
has been much c rowded anrl as sever
al of the recitation room.- are a great
deal larger than it is necessary Mr.
Smith has suggested several changes
that could be made in the building to
L'ive more mom and still retain its
symmetrical dimension . The board
decided to engage Mi-s Minnie V..
Starr a- musical instructor at a sal
arv of $T.V. Mi-- J. Warnock. Mis
Marv Murphy and Mi-s Pheobc Ahl
were engaged as grade school teach-
Do you want the little ones happy,
strong, robust and healthy? One pack
age of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will make them strong and well. No
pay if it fails. S5 cents, tea or tablets.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Harper House "Pharmacy .
The Best Traiiv
For Busy Men
To Cliicaeo is tho St. Paul's No. 4.
Leave Rock Island at 4:68 p. m. via the
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul R.y.
Supper served in cafe car. Arrive Union
Passenger station, in the heart of Chi
cago, 5:55 p. 111. This gives you the en
tire day in which to transact your
business, returning on THE SOUTH
WEST LIMITED, leaving Chicago at
G:05 p. m.
Apply s. B. STODDARD Jg"1
The Road For You
Is the one most travelers use
H. 1). MACK.
Cen'l Agent A. T. & S. F. H'y.
Scenery and service
will please yon.
(hair cars are
BOCK ISLAM), ILL.
Take the California limited via Santa Fe Cor
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
a tonic. The alcohol only 34 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 b - st 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 he thinks about drinking
Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
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CELEBRATED COLFAX MINERAL
Manufacturers of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1616-1618 Third ATcnue, Hoc Ialaad. 111.
The Pullmans are
new. F very body
likes Harvey's dining cai
cfeL Beer is Good forYou
malt is a food; the hops
mione 1011 anl 5Km,
Carte A Oblweiler Co. .
4Z.V4XI Kleventh Kt .
llock Island. XiL