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ffHB AKGTI3. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 100;
1 1 Vorn. I. uji r, u.
Most doctors scorn the idea of worms,
and treat children for almost every other
ailment vhen these arc the real trouble.
A skilled trained nurse in a well-known
Chicago hospital says :
I liTe often found rormi to be tb nnsospected
note, of children' ailments. fny rhiliiren mho are
cttitti and rnrtfu! are miff-rim; frum worms. Nixtarnal
bei-wunu and musning an frequently causl by
worms. I rnuHDlrr one little lad mho nmi to avreain
In hia MwD.aii'l rry ail dav.freuueiiiW soiIiiik his trirasrr.
Tl was rnr-i v n h ohIt ffur or riv? uf Ri-kaijo Worm
KiUt-r. After tlie Hrat dime lie urn I a sulul Uiacaof worms that
would mom ihn fill a cuff up. Tin- iwxi d..e bron?rit more
1 ulcffliow tatiriK) and well. Krwfuliwisloooftenauribotedtoteetb
''H"i I hav uard noi orbVJ so hannleeaand si.fa.-Ury as K.ic-kauoo
: it i.'' iu treat pleasure to reeoimiieiid It tuust lufUy."
ij just the re medy your children need if they are peevish, nervous,
cro..s, fretful. It will positively remove all worms, curing diarrhoea,
&our 8-ioniach, foul Lreath, convulsions, fits of coughing, restlessness
at r.i.'-Lt, thinness, dark rings under the eves, etc. 25 cents a box
uiait or by mail. Samples and advice free.
KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO.,
Clinton vllle, Conn.
AN OLD SAYING.
Showing How Cause and Effect Are
Never Far Removed.
It is an old saying "Where there's
honey there's bees" not lets true i.s
one which science has coined more re
cently, "Where there's dandruff there's
germs" and to push the inference
still further we may truly say "Where
there's dandruff cured Xevvbro's Herpi
cidt has been at work.
The reason of Herpicide's isolation
as a genuine cure for dandruff lies in
the fact that it attacks and destroys
the root of the whole trouble a para
site germ which feeds upon the mater
ial which nourishes the hair follicle.
Other socalled remedies are not di
rected at this true cause of the disease.
Accept no substitute, there i.s none.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c
in stamps for sample to The Herpicide
company, Detroit, Mich. T. II. Thom
as, special agent.
DIGGING UP THE LOCUSTS
luaraeners una sevenieen-icar euja
Some people in this vicinity have dug
up locusts of the 17-year variety while
spading their gardens or digging shal
low holes in the ground. The insects
are near the surface and within a few
weeks will have burrowed their way
out and will be flying.
To the unsophisticated it may be
stated that after each appearance of
the locusts. 17 years apart, the insects
drop to the ground and burrow their
way deep into the earth. Just how
far down they go is not known, but in
digging deep wells they have been
found. So it i.s thought that they must
go down to bod rock. When the 17
years roll around they again find their
way to the surface, and their approach
is always discovered by persons till
ing the soil in the spring. Such is the
present case, and it is stated that the
ground is well filled with the insects.
Truths thai Strike Home
Your grocer is honest and if lie carea to do so can tell
you that be knows Tery little about the bulk coffee he
sells you. How can he know, where it originally came from,
, , , -1 1 - t f a
now it was Dienaeu or Wlin wiicti
or when roasted? If you buy your
coffee loose by the pound, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality t
UON COFFEE, tbe LEADER OF
ALL PAQLAGE COFFEES. Is ol
necessity uniform In quality.
J strength and llavor. For OYER A
OL'AKTFJt OF A CENTURY. LION COFFEE
? has been ibe standard colfee In
minions ol homes.
LION COFFEE u inny p-
at our factories, and until opened In
your borne, has no chance ol being adul
terated, or of coming In contact with dust,
dirt, gtrmt, or unclean hands.
In each package of UON COFFEE you get one full
pound of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion head on every package.)
(Save the Lion-heads for xalnable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
BY SPENDING IT.
That is if you spend it at the right place, and that place,
for everything in the line of groceries and provisions is at
Every time you make a purchase here you save something
the more you spend the more you save. The bargains
are always here. Delaying means that you are losing
money losing an opportunity to get the best class of gro
ceries at the lowest prices. A few of our trade bringers:
A Runaway Boy Found.
Sheriff McArtbur went to the Fort
Madison penitentiary yesterday with
several convicts, and during bis ab
sence Deputy Van Rowe took into cus
tody a boy. aged about 15 years, giving
the name of AI01120 Finncrty. who had
been lounging about Bettendorf for the
past several days.
Hen riMjsts are being robbed in the
west tnd and owners of ioultry are
lying awake at night with guns loaded
to the rnuzzlo with salt awaiting the
depredators. Woe betide the fellow
caught at such pilfering. Alderman
Matthes complains of tho visitation of
the thief, and Ernst Kopke's roost
narrowly escaped loss a week ago.
The police also are watching for the
culprit. The statute makes chicken
thievery punishable the same as a bur
glary committed in the night time.
Was Former Davenporter.
Accounts of the banquet tendered
President Roosevelt at Denver. Colo.,
show that Chief Justice William II.
Oabbert. a former Davenporter. was
toastmaster at the banquet that was
the principal feature of the entertain
ment offered the nation's executive.
Judge Cabbert introduced President
Roosevelt, who responded to the
toast, "The Nation."
Will Erect Parsonage.
At a meeting of the official board
of the St. John's church it was decid
ed to erect a parsonage from the fund
made' available by the bequest of $1.
00 to the church by the terms of the
will of the late Mrs. John 13. Phelps.
The new parsonage will be erected on
the vacant lot south of the present
church edifice and now owned by the
church and will be known as "The
Phelps' Memorial Parsonage."
Monday night at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ieslie Wagner,
three and one-half miles southwest of
Blue Crass in Muscatine township, oc
curred the death of Vira. the two years
and seven months old daughter of the
family. Besides the parents two sis
ters, Elsie and Fern survive.
noon and remain open till 11 a. rn. The
modification was made necessary ow
ing to the fact that one of the grocers
j would not sign tbe petition for all-day
Epworth League Officers.
The Epworth League of the First
Methodist church has elected the fol
lowing officers: President. G. W.
Muhleman; first vice president. Maude
L. Paden; second vice president. Fran
ces L. Smith; third vice president. Mrs.
Ed Cowley; fourth vice president.
Adah J. Wiser; treasurer, C. D. S.vartz:
secretary. George Hatch: chorisrer, Ed
11. Grantham; pianist. Luella Craig.
Ministers Will Come.
"Will Moline's new opera house be
complete and ready for use by Sept.
14?" This is a question that is being
asked by Pastor J. P. Miller, of the
Swedish Methodist church, and by
members of his church. For on that
day there will be "" ministers in the
city, gathered for the Central Swedish
annual conference, which opens in this
city Sept. 14 and continues for a wet U.
Thirteen ytars ago this conference of
Swedish ministers was held in this
city, and the evening of the Sunday
which they spent in the city was devo
ted to a union service. This was held
in the Auditorium and there was
scarcely room to accommodate all the
people who attended. Sept. 17 of this
year falls on Sunday, and the expecta
tion is that a union service will be held
and the hope is the opera house will
be finished that it may bo secured for
Death of Little Girl.
Bertha Anderson, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Anderson, If. 1.1
Tenth street, died Monday evening at
the city hospital, aged 11 years. The
little girl had suffered intensely and
death came as a relief. She was first
taken id Feb. 22, and this later devel
oped into an abscess back of the ear,
and as her condition began to grow
critical, she was removed from her
home to the hospital 11 weeks ago.
An operation was performed, but the
poison had circulated throughout her
system and one of her limbs became
affected, which forced the doctors to
perform another operation in the hope
of saving the little one.
Moline's city council will doubtless
be presented with a park proposition
at the next regular meeting, because
at a meeting of The executive commit
tee of the Moline Improvement league
in the library building a motion car
ried that the council be petitioned to
make an appropriation for the building
and keeping of a park in the city.
Just how this will be received by the
council is not known, but the chances
are that the body will be in favor of
this improvement. It is generally
known that the mayor in his message
supported the idea of a park, and with
the chief executive and several of the
aldermen in favor of the move, the
prospects are bright for a great improvement.
15 lbs. Sultana Raisins,
15 lbs. 10c sire Prunes
15 lbs. Muscatel Raisins
15 lbs. finest Carolina Rice
25 lbs. Head Rice
25 lbs. Navy Deans
16 lbs Granulated Sugar
$ lbs. Good Coffee
4 lbs. Japan Tea
26 lbs. Dried Peas
25 cans Oil or Mustard Sar
2a Salt Mackerel
25 small bottles Catsup
12 cans tall Salmon
14 cans Early June Peas
11 cans Standard Tomatoes
14 cans Standard Corn
Try our Evaporated Sweet
Corn just like mother used to
dry. It goes the farthest.
A departure in the Sunday memorial
service for the heroes who fell during
the civil war will be made this year.
In the past this service has been in
the afternoon; tiiis year it will be in
the forenoon, taking the place of the
usual service. Rev. W. A. Searcy will
preach the memorial sermon Sunday,
May 2S, and the service is especially
for the old soidiers. The members of
Grahani post and the Woman's Relief
corps will attend in bodies. The serv
ice will be held in the A. M. E. church.
Adjt. Gen. Scott has issued an order
dishonorably discharging from the mil
itary service of the state Private David
H. King, of Company F, of Moline, for
absence from drill and for refusing to
attend drill when so ordered by his
Park Opens May 21.
Manager Freed, of Prospect park, an
nounces that he will open the park May
21, a week from Sunday, when the
Light Guard band will begin its sum
mer series of concerts.
Open New Year's.
Grocers of the citv met Mnnrt.iv ev
ening in the rooms of the Retail Mer
chants' association to modify the rul
ing made at the last meeting in regard
to noiiday closing. The change made
is that instead of remaining rlrfrf -ii
day New Year's, they will open for
uusiness at tne usual time in the fore-
1515 Second Ave.
I1YER KIDNEY ILLS.
Your Drurnstsells this famous orr,
DROP US A POSTAL AND WE WILL MAILYCU
Squad Slisz for the SicKANimihiu
The Dr JLRMcIian Medicine Co
st. Louis, Ma
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
The Probate Record.
In re guardianship of Alma W., Hil
ma I-.. Iiwreuce W. and Arthur E
j Johnson, minors. Guardian's annual
j report filed and approved. Receipts
and releases of wards. Alma W . John
son and Hilma L. Johnson, each now
of age, filed and approved and guardian
discharged as to them.
Estate of John T. Graffy, deceased.
Annual report of administrator filed
and approved, which report shows dis
tribution of all money now on hand.
In re guardianship of Samuel I..
Nissen. minor. Guardian's final report
filed and approved. Receipts and re
leases of said ward. Samuel L. Nissen,
now of age, filed and approved. Said
guardian discharged and said guardian
Estate of L. H. Reeves, deceased.
Inventory filed and approved.
Estate of Nellie Peterson, deceas
ed. Annual report of administrator
filed and approved.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Nellie Peterson, deceased. Guardian's
annual report filed and approved.
Estate of Mary Garrall, deceased.
Renunciation of provisions of will by
Matthew Garvall filed.
Estate of Byron At wood, deceased.
Inventory filed and approved. Proof
of posting notice to creditors filed and
Real Estate Transfers.
Josiah G. Heek to the public, west
"i feet, seVi, nw'i, ne1,', section fc, 17,
Charles A. Proseus to Carrie Mertz,
lot , block 2, Stewart's second add.,
Herman Schufert to William N.
Hartnady, lot 7. Schufert & Fluegel's
second add., Rock Island. $350.
Robert G. Moon to M. J. Murphy,
nw'i, and neli, e'i, se'.i, and nVi
sw','4l se',. section 4, 33, 1, 17, 4w,
Klinore H. Stafford to Mary Uosold.
lot 15, block 3, J. W. Spencer's third
add.. Rock Island, $2,40i.
E. J. Fallsovitch to Isaac Rudner.
lots 0 and 1, block 2, George E. Dav
enport's add., Rock Island, $2,7to.
Legatees of Jonathan Htintoon to H.
Irwin, 33, 17, 4w, $5,40G.G2.
In the Circuit Court.
S3. Schiller Hosford vs. George L.
West; ejectment. Jury waived by both
parties. Cause to be tried by court
by agreement of parties.
S!t. Ervin Lynch vs. James McElroy.
Morion by defendant to strike from the
files additional count fib s. Motion al
lowed and additional count stricken.
Jury called and sworn to try the cause.
Trial proceeds. May 5, trial contin
ues. May 8, trial concluded; jury in
structed and retire, find the defendant
guilty and assess the plaintiff's dam
ages against the defendant at $2,50.
112. Patrick Connell, ct a I., vs. J. B.
Eekhart. Cause of action satisfied and
cause dismissed. Costs as per stipula
tion on file.
138. Charles S. Kerns, receiver vs.
S. Victor West berg, tt ai. Bond of D.
W. Cowden as received with John W.
Codwen filed and approved.
139. Bond of D. w. Cowdeu as re
ceiver with John K. Cowden as secur
ity filed and approved.
203. Gilbert Lancaster vs. Lena Lan
caster. Defendant called and default
ed. Cause heard and divorce granted.
.'U. Ilarne-t rcrmau vs. William
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K43 ' frnm hich rhnnl nr tm3lr 07t
fetV college with a brilliant record yCi
AvoidTIie Dangers and
Sufferings of Womanhood
Many a girl who graduates
from high school or female
college with a brilliant record
and .high standing is broken
dovn before she is twenty.
Nowadays girls are pushed
to the limit of their endurance
both in school and society.
They must make a success
even if they are forever
unfitted for the larger school
of life and debarred from
wedded happiness and the
bliss of motherhood.
At this time of life, when just entering upon womanhood, nature makes
heavy drains upon the vitality, especially at each monthly period,
the most wonderful of all tonic restorative medicines for women, will tide a
young girl over this trying time and bring her safely into strong, noble,
experience of a. Beautiful High School Girl
Her First Letter.
Mr Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I write to see if you can suggest some means to cure me. A
little more than a year ago 1 was sick with menstruation for the first time, and since then 1 hava
been sick all the time in some way or other and suffered with painful and irregular menstrua
tion. 1 went to a summer resort for my health and was doctored all summer, but to no effect.
1 have not menstruated for two months and thought I would see if you could do me any good.
I attend High School and would not like to miss any time if it is possible. Mak.on BAkbtR.
North Adams, Mass.
Miss Barber writes again after two years
My Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
Sometime ago I wrote to you for advice, being troubled with irregular and painful menstrua
tion and womb disease. 1 began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver
Pills and using the Sanative Wash, and i am glad to say 1 am completely cured and have not
had any sickness since. I wish to thank you for your kind advice and shall recommend your
rj-.edicine to my girl friends. Marion Barber, 101 Bracewell Ave., North AdUms, Mass.
Free Advice for Young Girls
All young girls are earnestly urged to write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass.. for advice.
Thousands of women are well, strong, ar.d beautiful to-day because they made a confidant of
Mrs. Pinkham and followed her instructions at this critical time of their lives.
Personal service in time. De-
called and defaulted.
Licensed to Wed.
P. Van Aken Hock Islam
i Miss Jessie E. Voting Koek Island
The C, M. & St. P. offer first clas?
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-city, sleeping car res
servnt ions made to any point desired
for further information phone any o:
C, M. . St. P. Summer Tourist Rates
The ('.. M. & St. P. railway will sell
round trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 15, to Sept. u0.
i:ti., to various summer resorts in
Wisconsin. Final return limit, Oct. 31,
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Hom seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 19of
To points in Iowa, Minnesota. North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
thtr information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a disastrous calamity, when you
lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They build up your
digestive organs, and cure headache,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc. Guar
antecd at Iter'? a Ulkmeycr's drug
store; 23 cents. -
The Horrors of Whisky
Liquor Habit a Disease Readily Cura
ble by Orrine, an Infallible
It is now universally conceded that
drunkenness is a disease, and the
drunkard should be treated for thlj
disease with the one specific for its
cure, Orrine. This remarkable remedy
rt moves the craving for liquor; re
stores the stomach to a normal condi
tion; creates a natural appetite, and
maktthe user a man again, free from
all desire for strong drink.
Orrine is in two forms No. 1, to be
given without the patient's knowledgt;
No. 2. fur those who wish to be cured.
The medical profession indorses Or
rine. It can be used at home, and
cures the terrible habit without pub
licity or detention from business. Price
is only $1 a box. We recommend and
guarantee Orrine. H. O. IUJLFS,
Harper house pharmacy, Kock Island,
Menstrual disorders, leucorrhoea, bear
ing down pains, sap the vitality out of
womanhood. Wine of Cardui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving out these
Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every
duty of life.
MKS. C. SEAMAN N, of Grwly, NVb.: 1 was in bad health and suffered
great pain at the monthly period. After uing Wine of Cardui 1 was irreatly
leheved and two months ago gave birth to a fine boy baby.
. ,.Mins- T0M MURRAY, of Rwheport. Mo.: Two years ago I spent about
half the winter irr bed. In lV-bruary I commenced to take your Wine of
Vt i'"' Wa" etter at ome a'"l month was like a different person.
My baby was born on IJaster luorninj? and my health lias Iwen good ever since.
Lvcry expectant mother should ukc this excellent medicine.
... SHELIIY, of Monterey, La.: Year before last I paid $,V).00 doctor
bills for my wife. After that my wife twil one bottle of wine of Cardui and
nine months after nlie gave birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't
paid any doctor bill tunce.
Wine of Cardui Is yours to take today.
You can secure a $I.OO bottle from your druggist.
T. W. Foffelstrom
SVEXSK L1KBESOKGA UK.
LADY ASSISTANT. Furniture Upholstering neatly done.
1103 Third avenue, Hock Isiand.
Old 'Phone W122; new hone 5423.
Drugged, Robbed, Injured for Life.
I declare nothing more truthful can be naid of one atHlc-t-! with I'ib-n who
la induced to buy ami use any pile rne.lioln- (relic of dark agt-io rontaininir
opium or other narcotic poisons, ergot, lead, mercury or cocaine. Ir. I irlt-
-Any w-H-lnforiri-J rJrwKKiwt who derlres to deal honestly with the public
will Bay that all of the. oli p'!e medicine. eontafn narcotic poinoiiM erifot lead
or mercury." K. V. Lloyd. 1'h. O. and drutCKlxt, Lenver. C.o '
T. K ;r!fnn: I kno you are riKM In ali yon axxert In your pamphlet
relative to the prevailing treatment of piles with erKOt. l-ad. cocaine, mercury
and all or any of the r trcotlc poison Youth, etc., A. W. WlNori. At J
West Madison street. !tileaco. (Dr. Wilxon in one of the faculty and a trus
tee of the Uadintc ine ltal college of Chicago.
E-RU-SA IS THE ONLY NON NARCOTIC PILE CURE.
i;-I:tr-.SA Ct'l'.K.S PH.i:S or IZ paid. Wor.-t 1 with on.. ,x Hun
dreds of competent ar. J reliable doctors and driiKvlnts indorsu above j-talcmcnts
and I challenge denial. Ir. I.. Oritini. Chi'aso. Ill
Onlv reliable :-nd Jr-to-date drfJirif i t veil l;-l'-SA namely; Harper
IIuu 1hariiicy. T. 1J. rbotu. A. livlmbcck, tilKiincr u pharmacy. ,