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THE .AltGTTS. TIIUnSDAY, JUNE 29, 1003.
Food to work
on is food to live
A man works to
live. He must live
He does both
the soda cracker
that contains in the
most properly bal
a greater amount
of nutriment than
any food made
Close the Fourth.
A petition ts bcins circulated among
the barbers cf Pa vm port requesting
them to close on the Fourth of July.
The petition Is bitg signed very gen-
i erally and no doubt win becorue effect
ive. All the barbers are in favor of
i he move. The shops wi:i keep open
until U:"0 o'clock on the evening of
Monday. July This is the first tirre
that the barbers have closed all day on
any holiday, I.abor day excepted.
Fell Through Bridge.
The city ambulance made a run
Tuesday evening and removed a man
named ' Montgomery from Fejervary
park to Morhonia hospital. The man
fell through the railroad bridge on Tel
egraph road, near Cedar street. He
complained of a pain in his back when
taken to the hospital. 11 is resting as
well as can be expected and will pull
through If no 5evc-r internal injuries
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPACT
yff I Graham Crackers Y&)
I Batter Thin Biscuit I Ififi
I Social Tea Biscuit J j
J Lemon Snaps I j
Men Resurr.e Work After Delay.
Th" it r l fott e at Dinioek, (lould tc
roiiip.iii s has been increase. 1 by "5 or
iiuirc l!'' ii. rupres-nt ir:g ;i fort e which
In id off a week or more ;i;o when
the hi- h '.vater made it imposMhle to
continue at work. A raft which had
been r. eived at the yards just previ
ous i ie last rise in the water was
fiubnii rged and a part of the jards
was Mn'i I Water.
Mcy Rent Rooms to Council.
A t .. ting of the Carnegie library
l;iri was in Id Tuc-day i veiling to
rnn..: i r ihe pruposinon of the city
counr i to rent the rooms on the third
floor of tho library building for tlx
Kenii tnonthly nieetingi of the council.
A committee, consisting of President
O. V. AtidersoiJ. W. A. Me. se and IM
ward Coryn, was appointed to confer
with the represent at ies of the coun
cil. The board is lavoralde to allowing
the eouneil the ue of the rooms, and
the ! i f point on which to reach an
agreement is the rental toe to lie paid.
President Andersot reported that the
Allen law library had been installed
on the new shelving provided for the
room on the m -ootid floor to be set
aside for the valuable adjunct secured
through the public spirit of F. (I. Al
len. A committee was named it drat:
rules to govern this library.
Buy Shoe Store.
John C. Ilingquist and K. A. Larson
have purchased the shoe More and
Mock of John llallgreu. the long-time
fehoe n..n of Fifteenth wtu-i, and tiu
new tirin, known as ltinquist Ac Co..
Wxk pt)ssesshn and begun business
New Lodge Quarters.
Trustees of Multnomah tribe. No.
2"9. of Hed Men, have completed tr
rangements with the trustees of King
I'hllip tribe. No. !M. whereby the
young tribe secures the u.-e of Hoi
Men hail the second and fourth Mon
days of every month as meeting
nights. A campaign for a member
ship of 1'"'0 Is to be undertaken by the
tribe, and Mult no in ail is expected to
take its place by fall as a tribe with
proclivities for hustling which wiii be
on a par with the Fox and Tt mx.-i h
Anxious About Opera House.
Anxious inquiries are being ir.nuo a
to when construction work is to be re
sumed on Moline's new opera house.
The mouth of June has all but passed J
without the contract haing Keen let.
Ttie plans have not even been accept
ed. .Much fear is expressed an to the
danger of another season passing
without modern theatre1 accommoda
tions. Th delay over const rue" km is
said to be largely due to ll.e failure
of the promoters of the project to come
to an aureernent as to the kind of ma
terial to be used. There j. some differ
ence of opinion as to the quality of
the Moline brick, but this sentiment
has been nndet going a ebai'.u-e under
ihe influence of the llatterii.g report
from the Chicago engineers v ho eon
ducted lefts. Tho demand of the peo
ple id that tl.e is.-ue be set tied and
that the construction work be expedi
ted as steadily as possible, ii ti;e city
is to enjoy the benefit of that f -r which
the people have subscribed f1'.iin.
Y. M. C. A. Man Weds.
IMward Torle-y, assistant t- cieiary
of the local Young Men's Chri.-Uan its
MHiatiuii, has ruturiK-d home irutn his
vacation, and imparted the news t his
iuest intimate friends that ho has be
lome a benedict. Miss Imie V;.I!, oi
Monmouth, is the young lady w ! i cap
tivated the local man, and tho cere
mony was petlormed Monday night in
that city. .Mr. Tot by It ft litre :i;e Ijth
of June, telling Mr. Freeman that he
-Aiis going to s-pend his vacation, when
in reality lie was making preparations
for his wtddins:.
Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for the
human body by surgery. Org.ms are
taken out urn! scraped and i:i.-hed
and put ia k. or they may be removed
entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take
the place of diseased scctiou&of veins;
antiseptic dressings are upplied to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injur
ies before inflammation sets in, which
causes them to heal without matura
tion and in fine-third the time required
by the old treatment. Chamberlain's
Pain liahu ads on this same principle
It is an antiseptic and when applied
to such injuries, causes them to heal
vt ry quickly. It also allays the pain
and soreness. Keep a bottle of Tain
Halm in your home and it will save
you time and money, not to mention
the inconvenience and suffcria ' which
such injuries entail. For sale by all
If in a kind of bilious mood.
You wiU an aid to digest food.
No other pill is half so good
At De Witt's Little Early Risers.
The famous Little Pills Early Risers
enre constipation, sick headache, bil
iousness, etc. They never gripe or
sicken, but impart early rising energy.
Cood for children or adults. Sold by
Ing. hav been removed to the build
ing owned by the company at Fifth and
Rck Inland streets, where they were
originally located before the erection
of the present depot building. The of-
fioes vacated by t'.ie dining car service
have been turned over fer the use of.
the- new general superintendent.. The
furniture which arrived Tuesday has
'already been installed and it is under
stood that Mr. Hubbell, at prescnf sti
' periULtriident of terminals at . Chicago.
I will be here Saturday to take chnrgn
of the new office. ' ,
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Work on Light Rates.
The light committee of the city
council, consisting of Aids. Vost, Hass
and Eckharrit, accompanied by City
Attorney Henry Thuenen and City
Electrician M ore, spent Tuesday in
Chicago. I luting their visit at the Il
linois metropolis they spent some time
in consultation with a lighting expert.
Aid. Voiit, chairman of the committee,
said that ar present there was nothing
for publication. He admited, however,
that the oflicials went to Chicago on
business connecied with the fixing of
the lighting rates. The lighting com
mittee is preparing a schedule of rates
to submit to the council.
Davenport iV.sn Honored.
Tho annual t neanipmont of the Iowa
division of the t'nion Veterans' I'nion
was held at Marptek'-ta Tuesday. Lo
gan regiment. No. 1. of Davenport, was
represented by Comrades Shaw, Ilorck.
Phillips and Jennings, a duly elected
delegation, anil all mr-n who stood be
hind the gun in action. Their greet
ing was very cordial. In the election
of division officers. Logan regiment
was honored by the election of Col. .T.
H. Shaw as departnn n: commander,
and Surgeon Il-nry P.oeck as chair
man of the executive committee. The
following were elected officers for the
ensuing year: Depart mont commander.
I. H. Shaw, Davenport; first deputy
commander. It. M. Jamison. Marptoke
ta ; second deputy commander, II. 1 fa
ran, DeWift; chaplain. F. D. Huston,
Takes Giglinger's Place.
Itev. A. J. Schuke, of Iowa City, has
arrived in Davenport from that city in
order to take up tho duties which were
attended by Ib-v. fleorge (liglinger be
fore the hitter's departure for Europe.
Fathir Schulte will reside at the resi
dence of lii.-diop Cosgrove an l assist in
the administration of diocesan affairs.
Hitherto he has made trips to and from
Iowa City simI Davenport to attend to
this work. Rev. Sehulte is well known
in Davenport. He was the first presi
dent of Sf. Ambrose college and held
that office about fourteen years.
Ran Away From Home.
The police have been notified to be
on tie? lookout for Edgar Roberts, a
1 1-year-fdd boy who ran away from
the Orphans' home. If is reported that
the lad has be. n selling papers in the
west end f the city.
Attached to one of the regular trains
of the Rock Island road arriving in
Davenport Tuesday evening, was a
baggage ,-ar filled with furniture for
the new offices of the general superin
tendent of tho road which on July 1
will be o; tied in tiiis city. The dining
car department of ihe load, which has
occupied .several oiliees on the second
floor of tin- Fifth street depot build-
Rock Island county court. Judge E.
EL Parmenter presiding.
Estate of Virginia C. Coveil. Final
report of administrator filed and ap
proved. It appears there is nothing
for distribution herein and no farther
notice is required. Said administrator
discharged and estate closed.
I'sta e of Christian Freib rick IU . ck.
Proof of death bled. Will presented
for 'probate. IMition fvr pro'a:e of
will filed. Hearing on petition for pro
hate se ;. for .Tuly ; r."."i a; .:. ie..
Estate eif ibnry C. Ladie-tf. 1
ieir letters testamentary file.!,
taken and hied. Individual hot:
and approved and letters te iati
issued to Julian nali Lad lot? .
Estate of Oliver Craham. Fi
port of executrix f'.N-d and ap
It appears that r.o order of di-H'
is necessary and that no nuke
ces-arv. Said executrix disc
and estate closfd.
in re guardianship t)f minor he-!-: of
C. T. W. Schroeder. CuardianV l.nal
report filed and approved. Receipt and
releases of said ward Mary Ann
Schroeder. now of age. filed mid ap
proved, and guardian dischnr.so-d and
:rtt; id: I'll ship closed.
In re guardianship of Marian Mnck
in. Rr-fpiest of Mariam Mackin. n min
or, over the atro of 14 years !V.r the
appointment of draco Mackin. her
moiher. h'-r guardian, filed. Peti
tion of said Grace Mackin for 'loiters
of guardianship filed. Oath n guard
ian taken and filed and 'iMnd I'xed at
Estate of Veronica SehWsclu 1. Proof
e.f d Mith filed. Will presented for pro
bate. Petition for probate of will filed,
lb niing on petition for probate .- ; lot
July 2", I'm.";, at ! o'clock a. m.
e. . ry
1 1 re-
Real Estate Transfers.
Curtis Cook to W. R. John. 'on sw.
no, 17. Aw, $.So!.
W. R. Johnson to Elmer W. .Martin
sw, fie, oil, -17, -iw, .mmi.
i:. W. Hurst to V. II. I.everich let
block 1. Colier.e Heights aiid.. to
i R ick Island, Si-'T-"..
I .1. D. Cady e-t ai to .Mm ller l.i.'..:L( r
'Company, lot 11, block f. M. Y. Cady's
First add.. Molii.e. Cl.Tm.
.Nicholas RothvMil to Cailurlu Mail
lieti i. - , b: 1. block '. . Te.oi.ipson v
Wills' add.. Rock Island, $L30i.
It. A. Wulkfr to William Jackson lot
In. R. A. Smith's ad!., Rock Island.
J. II. Calsen to E. E. Morgan n 4.".
fet lots 11 and R-'. block Z, Osborn's
S c(,:ul add., Moline, $1.
Louis Moseiifelde r to W. II. .Ionian,
lots S and !'. bbxk '2, S. Mosenf elder's
Place, Rod; Island. $;."o.
Ellen Higgins to Hattie C. St reefer,
pan lo's t; and 7. block M. SchneH's
1st add., Rock Island, ft.nb't.
Mary II. Stowrll to Margaret Spen
cer et al. s.lib lot 1, block '. J. W. Speti
cer's add.. Jtock Island, $."i"it.
Emma .Miils to i. Greonawalr. T'ndi
vided 1-5 su! lot 1. block :. J. W. Spen
cer's add.. Rock I-lat'd, f.10;.
Mrti'gar' t Spencer ei al to P. Grcen
awali, undivided L'-:l sub lot 1. block f.
J. W. Sinner's add.. Rock Island, $1,-
G'raee LSowt-u to V. J. Mcl'iin in, lots
17 and In, block U. Llaek Hawk add..
Rock Islam!, $7t"i.
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1 1 cibctcaty.
A rood example of the remarkable senice
c'nen by Keen Kuttcr Tools is shown in the
Keen Kutter Hr-nd Saw iilusirate-d here. This
saw was used for twelie years by a carpenter, who
pronounced i. the b-t saw l-e had eer used in
thirty years' experience, raid Sj jtrfettly iatisfactory
in every respeil.
Ami every other tool in the Keen Kutter line is
as good a toed of its kind as Keen Kutter Hand Saws.
The long life of tends le-aiing the
tra.Ie mark is not chance or acci.Irnt. It U 1ue to the fact
tl!t nothing ts spared to make Krrn Ki:ttcr Toot the bct
ttiat t)raia, money au.l k.!'.I can prcxiuce.
The Krra Katlcr Line baa brra Standard of
Auirtc4a tr 36 j-rara and awarded tlia Oraad
Prlxe at tbc World'! Kalr. tit. Loelt, ImIuk (be only
complcU Una mt toola aver to recct-ra u reward at a
otlowin; tru some of Ihe various klri'tsel Kf-en Katter T,l;
i, llamuera. Lee-. ebiMJ, srew i.rvin, Aati-r
Uiu. Drw Kn v-. Sj., Tml t abaiet. Scythes, Hay
r lln.ki. Krui-h Hocks.t'ora Knivea. Kj-e lIf-i.Trovre:a,
ar, Tlnnera' Snip. K irs. frheare. Hir Cli.pera.
ittra. XUbiora. etc, arM 11 e-f 1 l:oU K
ir dealer iXom not keep Kes Kert.T Toe la. Tile at ail
lm vberc to ret tbem. Tool
KHit arf.i I r-u
KaorT Kaeil KuU Tool It aol4
- ttivter lb a Marcaad MbtM:
"Tkt icolUihom el Quality
X;ajMt I ft After the fnc is
Tra- Mart be mnt.
SIMMOHS HARDWARE CO..
SL tafjit. U. S. A.. 2U iraaftaaj.lmr Tork.
now joiin s. soi.is
Should any er-.on ever cxprc- a doubt
as to the merits of Dr. Richard PyspepNi.i
Tablets jde-ase send the' doubting jw-rsou to
inc. I can show bun or be-r luw 1 was mice
practically a total wreck; bow 1 went
through every phase of d sj-pi.i and how
the disease undermined mv constitution ami
made me lose flesh until I was the shadow
of mv former self.
Why, many of my friends K-lieve-d I had
consumption, and 1 myself I ;.;: n. to fenr it
an.l to tnake il.uis for removal to a warmer
and drier climate and for the abandonment
of in v business.
When, on the recommendation of a
friend, I j;ot some bottles of Dr. Richards
Dyspepsia Tablets, 1 received more- bene tit
bv far than I ever ex
peeled. I was Cl'Kl'.D
and cured so radicallv
that fr the last eicjit
months I hive not bad
even a slight sy...jtm
of nervousness or indi
gestion. I have gained nearly
twenty jonnds in weight.
I nm a crfcctly be.ilthv
inan, and Dr. Ricbardj
Dyspepsia Tablets did it.
I will back up every word
of this letter at any time.
JOHN S. SOUS,
37 Fulton Street,
Are you one of those who hear the
clock strike all night?
Each hour seems like three.
Sleeplessness is nerve-excitement.
Sedatives may seem to help for the time
being, but the reaction leaves he
nerves more irritated than ever.
Well nourished nerves are calm and
steady. Their only source of nourishment
is the food we eat.
Food to be of value must be digested
and assimilated otherwise we starve.
Breakfast, dinner and supper contain all
the nerve food required.
Cure sleeplessness not because they
contain anything to produce sleep, but
because they remove the cause of the
Sleeplessness is a symptom of indiges
tion sometimes the only symptom.
The point is to build up our digestion
so that our food becomes red blood,
muscle, fat and nerve tissue.
Dr. H.i chords Dyspepsia Tab
lets aid digestion, clear out all ob
ctructiens and tone up the stomach
until it is able to do its work with
If you suffer from Indigestion or
from any of its effects, such as Heart
'Palpitation. Nervousness, LiVer
Trouble, Headaches, Urite for
a free sample of Dr. Richards Dys
At all drug stores 50 cents (say Dr.
Richards tts?ice to the druggistor send
money direct to us and we will sup
Write to-day for free sample.
DR. RICHARDS' DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATE,
53 and 55 Worth St., Nw York City.
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2 TO 9
CELEBRATE WITH US
A Continual FonrtK of JvjIv' CelebrOk.tion
For EigKt Days v v v
THE COOLEST AND
IN THE STATE OF
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THE DARE DEVIL,
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PRESENTED TO THE
The Man Who Knows
(iO(jJ tailokinc; WIIKN" iik SKKS IT
Is the Man We Are Looking For
FOR HE IS THE MAN WE KNOW WE CAN PLEASE. WE INVITE YOU
TO CALL AND LOOK OVER OUR STOCK OF WOOLENS, FOR WE ARE
POSITIVE THAT A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE LINE HAS NEV
ER BEEN SHOWN IN THIS VICINITY. ALL THAT KE ASK IS THAT
YOU GIVE US A CALL.
E. F. DORN, Leading Merchant Tailor
1812 Second Avenue.