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ITHE RGTJS. MONDAY, COGl '01 Alflf
The Tri-Ciry Railway officials have
been notified by Chief Herzog thai in
the future oly one trailer would be
allow il with each car. Some of iy
cars going to the ar&eiial have a:iit i
more than a fcinse trailer.
Roed Goes to Nevw York.
Charles S. RieU .the veil known
Davenport ironioter and capira!;.r:,
left Saturday afternoon tor New York
where- he has identiCe-d liimself wirh
one of the largest manufacturing con
cerns of the metropolis, having been
elected viae president and general
manaetr of the Gillette Manufaeturin:
company. The company is ineorpora:
ed uude-r the laws of-New York int:'
h&s a capital stock of Sl.uno.outt. V
offices are located in the Times build
lag. - - Goes to Plow Company.
W M. La Venture, traveling pns- ti
ger agent for the Rock Island Railway
company lor the extensive (lis: riot
"Which has had its headquarters here
has tendered his resignation, acinar to
be n lieved as soon as possible. Mr
LaVenttire has received an fT( r from
the Moline Plow ronixany so advanta
geous that he culd not decline it, and
leaves the railway lie Id to become con
nected with the purchasing depart
ment of the big plow company.
" Club Reopens.
The welcome announcement i.- made
that the Outing club will resume its
weekly assemblieH on next Vediies lj
evening. The lower floor is being clean
ed, as the varnishing i.- finished, and
will be in its old shajH', except tor
lucking paper on the walls, by Wednes
day evening, and will be lo kitr' ( rv
attractive. Arrant minis are being
made tor dancing in the two front
rooms, and a room will be pr pared
for card games if a desire is indica'ed
Out on Tour.
Manager Rust of the Yaies has
scheduled that team for a series of
games in various towns throughout the
state The team started our on its
trip yesterday and .vill ! away from
home for three weeks. In its tour I:
will meet, some ef the i-t roughs: ama
teur teams in this part of the country
and the members cxp-ct to have thvir
The carnival which lite Ft i.ui I'.ros.
have been hold ins at Suburban Island
park came to a close Saturday nigh'.
All the shows have to U- fak.n down
' and pent on to LaCros?e, Wis., where
they will exhfbit. -I
Did Crocked Work.
A man who gave the name of Dan
iel Shea was taken up by the police.
According to stories told at the station
the fellow has been working on a
building for Frank McCaffrey of late.
He enured a down town cloihitis store
laTl week, ordered a suit or clothes
and gave an order on Mr. McCaffrey.
It is also haid that he ordered tools and
gave another order on his employer. It
Is reported that he is indebted to Col.
Dunlap for lioard. On hint was found
a ring belonging to a young lady who
works at a down town hotel.
A Pinkerton detective from Chicago,
accompanied by the chief of police of
Frceijor:. II!., arrived in the city Fri
Jay afternoon and wit hot;' making
their mission known to the local police,
proceeded to the Suburban Island park
where the Ferari Brothers carnival
is in progress, and placed under ar
rest one of the girls performing as a
singer in coiiurction with one of the
shows. Some time ago. while the car
nival was exhibiting in Chicago, a
crook is alleged to have held the girl
up and. while attempting to remove
her diamond earrings, was family shot
by her. The girl was placed under ar
rest, but the circumstances of the
shooting appeared so strongly in her
favor that she was released on a $5,mim
loml. For some reaou or another, af
ter the carnival left Chicago, and went
upen the road, the gill's bondsmen be
came apprehensive concerning their
liability and fearful that fa Lie- would
jump the bond and not show up for
trial when wanted. They therefore
withdrew their names from her bond
aud this act on their part caused her
arrest in this city. She returned to
Chicago without demanding requisition
After a short illness, George V.
Schwarte. a single man, residing at'
I he boarding house of Mrs. Katheriue
M. Wesiendorf. H:J7V- South street,
uied Saturday from the effects of a
cerebral hemorrhage. Deceased was
born August f,-lfc5!. at Fort Madison,
Lee county, Iowa, and was 45 years of
age. He was a carpenter ami had
worked at his nude for some time in
ibis city. One brother. V. Ik Schwar
te. is the only surviving relative.
The remains of Alice Egbert of
Omaha arrived here on Saturday af
ternoon and were taken to the crema
torium for incineration. The lady died
in Omaha on Thursday, ;:t the age of
Saturday at the home of his daugh
ler. Mrs. Mortimer Slattery, 24 Alain
sirect, occurred the death of John Gilli-
gan. Deceased was born In Ireland
and was S7 years and 11 months old.
He is survived by one son. James Gilli-
gan of Valley Junction, and by two
daughters. Mrs. Maurice O'Donnell ot
Moline. and Mrs. Slattery.
Saturday Johannes Bargfeld died at
the boarding house of Jean Wormser.
Third ami Scott streets. Death was
due to drop-iy trout which disease he
had been suffering for the last yiar. al
though he had only taken to h. bed
abou' 10 days ago. '
Kohler Wit! Officiate.
A. II. Kohler. of King Philip tribe.
No. :4, of Red Men, has been appoint
ed deputy grand sachem with ;ower
to appoint and he will hither act as
installing officer at this evening's in
stallation of newly elected officers o-!
Multnomah tribe. No. 29. or will in
turn name a deputy. Installation is to
take place in Red ifen hall. .
Trick of Vandal.
Some vandal perpetrated what he
thought was a bright trick Friday eve
ning on Campbell's island. He soajied
the rails of the street car track, nnd as
a result when the brakes were s t on
an incoming car the car slid and col
lided with a car standing still ami fill
ed with people. Fortunately no one
was injured, but all who were on the
car experienced more or less fright at
tin- terrible jar. One car had pulled
up the island terminal of the track and
soon ktaded with people anxious to go
home. Another car came from Moiinc
and when the motormau reached the
customary distance from the terminal
to turn on the brakes, he did. How
ever, us the rails were slippery from
the use of soap on them they k' pt on
sliding on its wheels and collided with
the car standing still. Several people
were jarred off their seats and tor a
minute it looked as though a panic
would result, but it was finally averted
and the crowd quieted.
Many Carry Savings.
More than half the people eJ' Mo
line carry savings accounts in ike lo
cal banks. Figures from the three in
stitutions show that a total of 11.S27
people are savings depositors, and that
they have nearly $3.no0.0nit set
aside for a rainy day. The figures are
interesting in that they proclaim a
thrifty condition and a tendency
throughout the entire community to
provide for the future.
May Build Offices.
Plans are now being considered by
the management of Deere Co, for
CAN NOW i:.T ANY KIND OP FOOD.
Dr. Richards Dysjeisia Tablets have done
a great thing lor me. I was in ImuI shaje
when I bewail taking them in August last,
but now I can cat anything that is c itable
and no distress follows. Moreover, I have
an excellent appetite, and at:i gaining Hash
I cheerful v recom
mend Dr. Kichatds
Dysjiepvla Tablets to
any one afdictcd as I
was, atui shall always
have a good word to
sjy alwut your grand
You .ire tit liberty
to use this letter as you
may sec t'.t. Ag.iiu
thjL'king you for the
good work your tablets
have done for me, I
Escohcag, R. I.
Many people can digest only cer
tain things. Therefore they eat only
That surely doesn't make the
stomach strong enough to digest any
Dieting is weakening.
We need all kinds of food.
Some think the sturdy, robust
man who eats three good meals a
day can eat anything because he is
so strong and healthy. The fact is,
he is strong and healthy because he
can eat anything.
The real secret of strength and
health is good, wholesome, blood
making food properly digested.
relieve the stomach immediately by
helping in the work of digestion.
The stomach not only gets a much
needed rest, but the food being made
into rich blood furnishes strength to
all the organs of the body stomach
included. In a short time the di
gestive apparatus is strong and
healthy then you can throw away
medicine and eat whatever you want.
Write for a free sample.
It is surely worth a trial when it
costs you nothing.
At all druggists, 50 cents, (say
Richards tluice) or direct from us.
03. RICHARDS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION.
63 and 55 Worth St., New York City.
1 &l Don't for ft
(n f Grabaxa Crackers
fffk I Batter Thin Biscuit I
I Social Tea Biscuit I
I Lemon Snaps J
We are a race of workers.
Work requires brain, nerve, energy.
ArVe glory in achievement.
To work and work with might and main, good
food is absolutely essential.
Although nearly every one eats soda crackers
sometime, yet there are a few people who do not con
sider their true value as an article of daily food. But
it is now a recognized and established fact that the soda
cracker contains the most tissue, fat and muscle forming
elements of any article of food made from flour.
Great as is the value of the common soda
cracker, yet it is small in comparison to Unocda'
Biscuit the most wonderful soda cracker ever
baked, and of which nearly 400,000,000 packages
have been sold.
Unceda Biscuit, the food of power,
transmitting as they do the elements so vital to our
well-being, may in very truth be called "The Dynamo
of the American People
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
the erection of a nuulornly equipped
building on the corner of Fifth iiv'enne
and Fourteenth street, on which prop
erty the stables and wagon barns of
the fc-heys are located. This property
has long ince become too valuable to
use for uch purposes and there will
not he many months pass by before
some change is made. For the past
year or more the printing capacity of
the- present plant has been too small,
neee.-sitating the creation of more
room. It is understood that the man
agement is contemplating erecting a
modern olHce building on the corner of
Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street,
pari of which will be used for the
printing department and the remain
der tor the private offices of the exe
cutive' department of the head office,
establishing- such offices as the time
keeper, paymaster and the' like in the
present building, which must be locat
ed close to the plant.
Leaves His Bills.
Dr. M. F. Claudius, a doctor who had
offices in the Kimball block, has given
tip hi.- location here and left the city.
Whf t is more, it is alleged that he left
a numher of unpaid bills.
Members of Co. F held an election
Friday eening to till the vacancy of
second lieutenant. Capt. M. II. Lyon
presiding. R. E. Willis was elected to
wear epaulets and carry a sword and
he will take his new rank in time to
serve at the coming regimental en
campment. Sergt. George Uibbs was
al.-o candidate in the ballot, the vot
ing s iiuding S for Willis and ; for
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E.
E. Parmenter presiding.
Estate of Theodore lloldorf. In the
matter of the ale of real estate to pay
debts. It appears that Christian Hold
orf has been duly served with summons
herein. Samuel H. Ken worthy appoint
ed guardian at litem for said Christian
Holdorf, a minor,-defendant, herein.-
Estate of Angenoria 11. Uiltnore. Proof
of notice to heirs of report and settle
ment riled. Hearing oh said final re
port and same approved. It appears
that there is no property in said estate.
Costs remitted. Said administratrix
discharged and estate closed.
Estate of Anna M. Tinimerman.
Claim of II. It. Whiteside allowed in
class ' at $5. Claim of Moiinc public
iiospital allowed in class 3 at $2r.G.'i.
Claim of Hans Peterson allowed in
class 1 at $1. Claim of W. O. Iteam
allowed in class 5 at $:!5. Claim of
Chipptannock Cemtery association al
lowed in class 1 at Claim of L. D.
Dunn allowed in class 3 at $5.
Estate of Hope .Mills. Petition Peter
M. Hrower for letters of administration
to issue to himself filed. Hearing on
said petition set for Aug. 2, l!u.r( at 2
o'clock p. m. Ordered that clerk no
tify heirs named in baid petition of
said hearing by mail.
Estate of .lohn J. Ketcham. In the
matter of the sale of real estate to pay
debts. Pond in the sum of $7,000 filed
and approved and order of sale.
Estate of Emma L. Ntbelius. Proof
of publishing and posting notice to
creditors tiled and approved. Report
of sale of personal property at private
sale filed and .approved. Claim of Dr.
Mary Robeson allowed in class 7 at $15.
Claim of C. F. Eofgren allowed in class
7 at $10!). 95. Claim of (lustatson &
Hayes allowed in class 7 at $3t;.!t.
Claim of J. J. Hurgess & Co. allowed
in ( lass 7 at $52. Claim of Albert J.
EyuVhn allowed, :i thereof allowed iu
class 3, and $9.&5 ' thereof allowe! in
class 7. Claim of Lofgren Olson al
lowed in class 7 at $Kl.Kti. Claim of
A. F. Anderson allowed in class 7 at
$12. 10. CLaim of Olson & Holniqulst
allowed iu class 7 at $40.15. Claim of
.1 M. Keim allowed, $i allowed in class
;: and $S.7I in class 7. Claim of J. W.
Andrews allowed in class 7 at $115. us.
Claim of A. V. Esterdahl allowed in
class 1 at $101.10. Claim of J. V. Glue
sing allowed in class 7 at $11. 5 (J. John
Rinck appointed special administrator
to appear and defend for the estato in
the matter of the claim of Augustaua
Book Concern ,a corporation, in which
the administrator herein is interested.
Claim heard and allowed in class
Estate of James Milton Sih is. Final
report anil settlement of administratrix
filed. Hearing thereon set for July :;i.
1H05, at 1 o'clock a. in. Ordered that
administratrix notify heirs by publication.
Real Estate Transfers.
David Cramer to Augusta Wilkin,
eVa. swli. se'4, 28. 17. 3w. $1.
Fred Brandt to Edward Do Langhe,
part lots C and 7, H. DethloIT's a Id.. Mo
Cyrus D. llailey, ct al., to Highway
Commissioners. Mack Hawk township,
part ne1,, nw'.i. :in. 17, 2w. $25.
Planche R. Robinson to Joseph Mey
ser, part lot 11, Richmond's subdlv..
South Rock Island, $250.
William Molander to E. W. Moland
er, lot 3. Idock 8, Pitts. Gilbert At Pitts
Second add.. Moline, $3,500.
C. D. Velie, et al.. to .1. W. Johnson,
lot 10. block A, Prospect Paik add.,
Licensed to Wed.
Andrew H. Nelson Moline
Mrs. Maria Jensen Moline
Andrew E. Anderson C.nnlu idge
Mrs. Hannah Reed Cambridge
All the news all the time THE
C, M. d. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 19u5.
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C. M. & St. P. ticket office.
The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping car res
ervarior.s made to any point desired,
for furthfr information phone any of
C, M. &. St. P. Summer Tourist Rates.
The C. M. & St. P. railway will tell
round trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 13, to Sept. 30,
1S05, to various summer resorts in
Wisconsin. Final return limit, Oct. 31,
When bilious take Chamberlain's
Stomach end IJvcr Tablets. For sale
hy k-adins druggists.
who use up much Brain and Nerve Force and
Physical strength receive the most benefit in
The food in liquid form.
This splendid food-drink supplies them with
the elements that refresh and strengthen.
Theideal aid to digestion non-intoxicating
delicious to the taste.
Sold by all druggists and grocers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn
St. Loots. U. S. A.