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THE aUGIig, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1005.
Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkbam's
Advice and Help.
Bh Bm Oal44 Tbmuudj t Health.
Bw Lydla m. FUkhaa'i TflkU Cm-
pad Cmrd Krs. r4 SaydcL.
It is a grat
, satisfaction for a
woman to feel that
1 she can writ to
i another telling her
the most pnrate
'details about her
illness, and know
that her letter win
be seen by a wo
man only, a wo
man full of sym
pathy for her
sick sisters, and
above all, a woman who has had
more experience in treating female Ills
than any liring person.
Oyer one hundred thousand cases of
female diseases come before Mrs. Pink
ham every year, some personally,
others by mail, and this has been go
ing on for twenty years, day after day.
Burely women are wise in seeking
advice from a woman of each experi
ence, especially when it is absolutely
Mrs. Pinkham never violates the con
fidence of women, and every testimo
nial letter published is done so with
the written consent or request of the
writer, in order that other sick women
may be benefited as they have been.
Mrs. Fred Seydel. of 412 North !V4th
Street, West Philadelphia, Pa., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
' Over a year ajfo I wrote you a letter asking
advlee, as I had female ills and could not
carry a child to maturity. I received your
kind letter of inntnufioiw and olio wed your
advice. I am not only a well woman in con
sequence, but have a beautiful baby eirl. I
wish every suffering woman in the land would
write you for advice, as you have done so
much for me."
Just as surely as Mrs. Seydel was
cured, will Lydia E. Pink ham's
Vegetable Compound cure every
woman suffering from any form of
No other medicine in all the world
has such a record of cures of female
troubles as has Lydia E. Pinkhaui's
Vegetable Compound. Therefore no
pradent woman will accept any substi
tute which a druggist may offer.
If yon are sick, wrile Mrs. Pinkham,
Iynn. Mass., for special advice. It is
free and always helpful.
Read this List Carefully
Cream Flour, every sack
guaranteed, per sack ,,.$1.45
Plrnic Haras, per
Sugar Cured Hams, per
Ilreakfast Ix'an Bacon, per
ft pound 12'2c
Ue6t Lard, per
Fresh Rolled Oats, 2 lbs.
K for 5c
Fresh Soda Crackers, 2 lbs.
1-ton Coffee, 2 pkgs.
Santa Clans Soap, 10 bars
Malta Vita, per
tlood Japan Tea, per
Early June Peas, 3 cans
Carnation and Keokuk To
matoes, solid Hacked. 3 cans t.
Blue Ribbon Pancake Flour,
3 pkgs. for 25c
Holland Herring, per
31b. can Egg Plum, per can
Fancy Table Syrup, per
6-ouncc Irish Mackerel.
2-lb. can Tomatoes, per
2 lb. can Sweet Corn
Japan Head Rice, per
Seeded Raisins, per
California Currants, per
California Prunes, per
Fancy Colorado Potatoes,
per bushel 60c
Sweet Potatoes, per
Try our 20c bulk Coffee; best
in town for the money.
We are headquarters for fruit
Applet, Orange and Bananas
at very low prices.
Send us your order; we will
save you money.
Seveath Ave. Twelfth St.
Old phone W 443. New phone 5976
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DR. M. F. CLAUSIUS
Office Hours: 8:19 to 10:1 a. m.;
1 to 4, 7 to I p. m.
Kimball building, room 3, Mo
We, the- jury, find the defendant.
Michael Conroy. guilty as charged."
This is the verdict rendered Friday
night by the Scott county jury, whose
members heard the evidence submit
ted in the trial of the Clinton man for
burglary in connection with the rob
bery b' Burrier of the E. M. Henle res
idence in Lyons. And thus the third
trial of this case, which has attracted
so much attention throughout this part
of the state, comes to a close.
Hack Ran Over Him.
James Darby, who says he is a can
vasser with a residence at Galesburg.
III., and whose local lodging place is
one of the hotels, was picked up on
Second and Harrison streets Saturday
afternoon with blood streaming down
the side of his face. He was badly in
toxicated. Those who summoned the
police officer. Mr. Fort, stated that the
man had taken a header from the curb
directly into the street in front of a
passing hack, one of whose rubber
tired wheels is said to have passed
over his arm, but not injuring it to
any great extent.
Iee Brownell, a man with hand
missing at the wrist, has been held to
the grand jury on the charge of grand
larceny. His crime was the theft of Cl
yards of silk from the H. A. St. Onge
department store Friday afternoon. Af
ter stealing the silk Brownell tried to
sell it at the east side resorts, but fail
ed to do so. When the theft was dis
covered by Miss Frieda Ruths, one of
the salesladies at the St. Onge store,
the jKjlice were at once notified, and
the young lady was able to give an ex
cellent description of the party she
suspected of the larceny. At the same
time the police station was advised of
the fellow trying to dispose of silk on
the east side.
Opened Slot Machine.
Bert Duprcze. the manager of a
lodging house on East Second street,
bet ween Rock Island and Iowa streets,
is under arrest pending a trial. The in
formation, sworn to by M. F. Kirkman,
proprietor of the old Jock Manwaring
saloon and dance hall, charges him
The Vigorous Han
Is a Leader of Men
The Mental, Moral or Physical Wreck
Has No Place in the Busi
DR. A. W. CHASE'S
The man who hesitates, whose eye
is dull, whose step is slow, whose mind
is sluggish, whose hands tremble.is not
the man whom an employer seeks. It is
the bright man, the man with the clear
eye and brain, the active man, full of
energy, life and vigor, whose very
manner and presence breeds success
that is sought for and snapped up as
soon as seen, and it seems almost
pitiful that the first class, victims of
excess of some sort, should exist, when
it needs but a thorough course of Dr.
A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills to round
them into the old-time feeling of phys
ical. Intellectual and manly vigor
Fred Hoyt, of No. 724 Sixth Avenue,
New Brighton, Pa., Says:
"I used to have a hand so steady I
could write the Lord's prayer on a
25-cent piece then as a result of
overwork and overstrain my eyes gave
out and my hands and nerves gener
ally became trembly. I was restless
and could not sleep. I certainly was
in bad shape and lost my ability to
write could just scrawl. I heard of
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills and got
some and they took hold immediately.
I began to sleep gain strength my
nerves grew steady and my eyesight
improved greatly. Today I feel finely
and can again write as well as ever.
and that means a very steady nerve.'
50 cents a box at dealers or Dr.A .V.
Chase Medicine company, Buffalo, N
Y. Portrait and signature of A. W
Chase, M. D., on every package.
For sale at Harper House pharmacy.
Rock Island, 111.
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IN THE HEIGHT OF FASHION H
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'with petty larceny. The story was told
by M. F. Kirkman to the effect that
one of his nickel slot machines in the
dance hall over the saloon -was bur-
IouhtcH Thnrsdav afternoon and a sum
of money less than 1 in amount was
Miss Stella V. Seybold, of Jackson
ville. 111., will take charge of the Dav
enport library May 1. She spent a day
in the city in February, and has stud
ied the conditions here.
Saturday morning at St. Luke's hos
pital, where she had undergone an op
eration for appendicitis, occurred the
death of Mrs. John Henry', a colored
woman, who had been an inmate of
that institution since Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Speth, of 1333
West Locust street, are mourning the
death of their 15-year-old son, Charlie
C. Speth. which occurred Friday even
ing after a long period of illness. Be
sides the parents two brothers, Henry
and Louis, and one sister, Anna, sur
vive. SPORTING POINTS
Claude Starke, catcher of the South
Bend team of the central league of
last year, and formerly with Rockford,
has been awarded to Peoria by a de
c'sion handed down by Secretary Far
rell of the National Association of Pro
fessional Baseball clubs.
Receives Contract from Hedges.
President M. H. Sexton yesterday
received a signed contract from Alonzo
Hedges, the pitcher, last season one of
the stars of the Springfield team. After
the release of Hedges had been obtain
ed there was some doubt whether he
would accept the terms offered by Rock
Island, but this disappeared with the
coming of his contract yesterday.
Hedges states that he will be here
ready for spring practice on the loth
of next month.
Looks Over the Ground.
Jack McConnell, the new manager of
the local team, since his arrival Satur
day has been over the new park on
Eighteenth avenue and is delighted
with it. With dry weather the dia
mond will be in condition to permit of
practice by next week. Mr. McConnell
is stopping at the Rock Island house
until he secures furnished rooms. He
will then send for his wife, who is at
their home in Carrollton, Mo.
Danville is Champion.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 27. At a
meeting of the managers of the Cen
tral Polo league in this city yesterday
it was decided to terminate the season
of 1905 with the games played last
Saturday night, and as a result the
pennant was awarded to the Danville,
Three Eye League Settles.
Bloomington, 111., March 27. Presi
dent Holland has mailed a check for
$1,000 to the attorneys of this city
engaged by him to defend the Three-
Eye league in the recent suit filed by
Rockford. An effort to secure a re
ductlon in the amount proved unsuc
Rooney Wins on a Foul.
Kalamazoo. Mich.. March 27. After
each had won a fall, Rooney was giv
en the decision over Nourdallah, the
Turk, on a foul in the wrestling match
here. Nourdallah got the strangle
hold, which was barred by the terms
of the match, and refused to break it
until he had forced Rooney to the mat.
Referee Pickell sent both men to
their corners, and the Turk left the
arena amidst the calls of the crowd.
Later it was claimed the Turk didn't
understand. Rooney announced, he
would bet $500 against the Turk, stran
gle hold allowed, and put up the mon
ey with the local manager.
Britons Won Match.
Boston, March 27. The Britons won
the international checker tournament
which concluded Saturday night after
a 10 days play, with a total score of
73 games won against 34 won by the
Americans; 2S3 games were drawn.
"Sporting Life's" Schedule.
The "Sporting Life" 1905 pocket
schedule of the National and American
leagues is now ready. It will be re
membered that this schedule last year
marked a new departure In that class
of baseball literature and created a
perfect furore and unprecedented de
mand. The 1505 schedule is modeled
on the lines of last year's schedule
with some Improvements. The sched
ule booklet covers 40 pages but is. nev
ertheless, convenient for the pocket.
It contains fine half-tone group pic
tures of all the National and American
trams in the order in which they fin
ished last season; the official list ot
championship games at home and
abroad: and the official Individual bat
ting averages of all the major league
players. In all respects is "Sporting
Life's" 1905 schedule the handsomest
and moj-t convenient for reference
ever issued. The schedule will be
sent free to anyone who will send a
twocent stamp to defray the postage.
Address "Sporting Life". Philadelphia.
Michigan in the Lead.
Ann Arbor. Mich., March 27. The
rni-ers:ty of Michigan Saturday night
defeated Wisconsin's track team 44 to
22. which puts Michigan by compara
tive scores in the lead of the western
colleges. One Michigan indoor record.
the hslf mile, was lowered to two min
East Moline Ticket.
Citizens of East Moline held their
caucuses Friday night and nominated
candidates for the village offices. W.
H. Ammerman was the unanimous
choice for the president of the board.
The others are: Village clerk. F. J.
Clendenin: board of trust ees. FrAnk
Pressel, Thomas Gorman and Perrv
Fisk; police magistrate, James Fox.
The new party-known as the people
party will hold their caucus Fridat
Needle in Elbow.
Daney Edwards, of Sixth avenue.
Saturday had a needle and thread ex
tracted from his elbow which has
been there, probably, nearlv two
years. While getting into a buggy
Friday Mr. Edwards felt a sudden se
vere pain in his arm and thought that
he had dislocated it. A nhviian
found the needle, which, strange to say,
was stm threaded.
Miss Beal Valedictorian.
The class of 195 of the hisrh school
has selected Miss Althea Beal as its
valedictorian, so Miss Beal will havo
the honor of giving the farewell of
the class to the school at the gradua
tion exercises in June. No salntator.
ian has yet been chosen, there being
four or five candidates.
Will Erect Building.
Steps are to be taken immediate!
by the members of the East End clnh
on the proposition of erecting a club
house this comming summer. At a
meeting held Friday night committee
men were appointed. They are: E.
O. Diffenbaugh, chairman; Alvin Pet
erson, Prank Kehoe, J. Shadel, J. F.
Huey, Harry Robinson. A. L. Gustaf-
son, George Ford, M. A. Peterson.
Frank Gustafson, C. G. Loveioy. and
John Herbst. They will draw up a
subscription promissory contract for
its building fund. Each club member
intends to donate a certain sum to
ward the building proposition and in
return will take stock in the building.
When enough funds have been sub
scribed the club will be incorporated
into a new stock company and each
member will be a stock holder. This
club has grown from a small institu
tion until now it has a large member
ship and the members are very enthus
iastic over the building proposition.
The club house will be built in the
east end of the city, but at present
no site has been decided upon, al
though several have been offered.
Death of Child.
Lucy G., daughter of Mr. and Mrs
H. B. Evitts, of 1417 Fourteenth
street, died Saturday of pneumonia at
the age of two years.
Members of King Philip tribe, No.
94, Improved Order of Redmen, cele
brated their ICth anniversary Friday
evening in Masonic hall. Work in
the chief's degree was exemplified on
two candidates John Hokinson and
Dr. Loney and a feast of corn and
venison followed the ceremony. Rob
ert Mahon. sachem of the tribe, pre
sided as toastmaster, and words oi
wisdom were spoken by the follow
ing children of the forest: William
Baker, Walter Thompson, Andrew Ol
son. Sol. Hirsch. Charles Seaholm.
Gust Shallberg. J. M. Farnham and
two redskins from other reservations
Brave McCall of Mt. Vernon, 111., and
Brave Leeds from faraway Texas.
Basketball Team Loses.
The Moline high school basketball
team was defeated at Geneseo by the
high school team of that city Friday
evening by a score of 73 to 15.
March 2!) "Peck's Bad Boy."
March 30 "The Tenderfoot."
April 2 For Her Sake.
April 3 New Railroad Jack.
April 4 "Yankee Consul."
April 5. 6 and 7 "Egypta."
April 8 Mildred Holland.
April 9 Fabio-Romanio.
April 10 and week Jack Bessey
April 22 His Highness the Bey.
April 24 and week Guy Hickman
Is a Clean Musical Play.
Thursday night, the stage of the
Babies don't need medi
cine older children very
rarely. Better nourishment
will generally set them right.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
kind of nourishment and the
kind that will do them the
most good. Scott's' Emulsion
contains nothing that chil
dren should not have and
everything that they should.
We'll send jron a urn pie free
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pcad Sweet, New Vork-
It is said that everybody "eats a peck of dirt."
No one is anxious to get more than one's share,
yet a few people still buy soda crackers in bags.
Crackers sold from a can or barrel are likely to
collect dust and other things in the cleanest of grocer
ies. The store must be swept ; boxes and barrels
moved and the cracker box uncovered now and then
for a thoughtless buyer.
If you don't want to eat a peck of dirt buy
Unccda Biscuit in air tight, dust proof, moisture
Whether bought at the general store in t'ne
country or at the great city grocery, they are equally
fresh, and good, and wholesome. The best soda
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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
MUST BELIEVE IT.
When Well Known Rock Island People
Tell It So Plainly.
When public endorsement is made
by a representative citizen of Rock
Island the proof is positive. You must
believe it. Read this testimony. Every
backache sufferer, every man, woman
or child with any kidney trouble will
find profit in the reading:
John Taylor, of 743 Fourteenth
street, grocer, says: "I had a dull
pain in the small of my back which
I attributed to the sluggishness of my
kidneys. There were no other symp
toms of kidney trouble, but I was anx
ious to get rid of it before further
complications set in which might be
more difficult to check. Doan's Kid
ney Pills were brought to my attention
and" I obtained a box from the Harper
house driiR store. I took them regu
larly and although I only used one
box it was sufficient to cure me."
For pale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Company, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Illinois theatre will revel in the an
tics of "The Tenderfoot" impersonated
by the comedian, Richard Carle. It
was unquestionably the most success
ful musical production of the last sea
son in New York and Chicago, where
it held forth 100 and 250 consecutive
nights respectively. It met with the
unqualified approval of all the metro
politan critics, a fact In itself worthy
of record. "The Tenderfoot" has a
sparkling, humorous and interesting
book and a musical score remarkable
for the number and quality of its tune
ful melodies. The company number
ing 75 persons includes a cast embrac
ing numerous well-known artiots, be
ing nearly identical with the original
New York and Chicago cast. The en
gageiuent here is an interesting one
from every standpoint, because "The
Tenderfoot" marks an era of healthful
cleanliness in musical plays. Mr.
Carle has always stood for this qual
lty, which will be found to be marked
in this, his most recent and greatest
Peck's Bad Boy.
With the coming of French's Peck's
Bad Boy company at the Illinois Wed
nesday evening a rare treat is in store
for all those who attend. The play
has been rewritten and made strictly
up-to-date, with an entire new line of
specialties given by several well
known artists in vandeville. The piece
will be presented with complete scenic
effects and a strong: acting company.
CONTRACT FOR HOTEL LET
Rock Island Road Will Care for 150
Employes at East Moline.
Contract has been awarded by the
Rock Island System for the erection of
a hotel building at East Moline,
for the accommodation of Its employ
es. The hotel will be two stories in
height and will take care of about 150
men. It will be throughly equipped
with steam heat, electric light and
shower baths, together with a reading
room and several other attractive feat
ures. It is hoped to have it ready for
occupancy by the middle of September,
1905. This is another evidence of tho-
commendable policy of the Rock Isl
and system to make the day's work of
its employes agreeable, and to sur
round them In their tasks with provis
ions for their comfort and entertainment.
Why Not Investigate?
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Has the finest agricultural
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Average annual rainfall, 30
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Round trip from Davenport,
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Estimates and Plans Furnished on all
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Office, 1825 Second Ave., Rock Island, 111.
Telephone West TO'J-K.
ALED0 DAILY DISCONTINUES
Tribune Will Be Published Weekly
Aledo, the capital of Mercer county,
is again without a daily paper. The
Daily Tribune, which was published
by John G. Arthur, the former Rock
Island pitcher, and V. E. Mendcnhall,
expired Saturday, with the 11 llh issue.
Ill health of Mr. Arthur Is given in
the valedictory of the publishers as
the chief reason for the (fiseontinuance
of the daily. A weekly will be Issued
in place of the daily.
Hsdnl Claim- Oft farrr Mre
Irtloa Tbaa !. Boaala.
When Maxim, the famous Inventor,
placed his gun before a committee of
Judges, he stated its carrying power to
be considerably below what he felt ure
the gun would accomplish. The result
of the trial was therefore a triumph of
surprise instead of disappointment as
it might have been if he had overesti
mated his gun's efficiency.
Our claim regarding Newbro's Herpi
cide is based on actual scientific facts.
If a living germ is causing your hair
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to kill that germ.
Newbro's Herpicide does this quick
ly and effectually. Destroy the cause,
you remove the effort.
Sold by leading dnireists. Send 10
cents in stamps for Kample to the Her
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
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inches, and well distributed.
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