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THE KRGT7S. FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 11, 1905.
Gkobgb Bekkiek, Jr.,of Chicago.
This wonderful remedy is praised by mothers everywhere for its speedy
cures after all else fails. Mrs. Nancy Eerrier, 1303 Ainslic St., Chicago,
Mv son Corg wa grr atly trout.'rd a frw wrk ago w;tii inflam
tnation of the intrstinrft. II taD :th runnm(;of t':f IjOwcN auj Lc;t
fcrtt inn n ursr until h n stools became streak el with blood.
" I iiortorei5 and used a nnmhtr of rrmc-lit"!, but nothing: brone!:t re
lief until I trieit Kickaioo Worm Killer. It relievcl lura H'lain ?
hours after he took the lir-t loe, mid within ten flay he vra-t nt-.re'y
well, all due- to the w onUnful Kirkapoo Worm Killer. I can recom
mend it most heartily for all tunrmer complaints of chiMreu.'"
Sat and ture cure for all Worms. Contain no Alcohol nor other dangerous ingredients.
Candy Tablet, which children like to take. 25 cents Druggist or by mitt.
KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO.. Cllntonvllle. Conn.
The eit amhulance was cal! d to the
arsenal yesterday t r-moe Frank
Hoffman, a workman who resides in
this eit. to M'-rcy hopital. Hoffman,
it ::n'at'.. was at work wh'-n he was
ruddenly s ;.'d with a fir of insanity
and krann' very violent. Wh-n it ar
rived with lo ji'dicenicti h- was taken
into it and hauie-d to tin' hospital,
where tie will r. -reive t n ai nit-lit . Hoff
man is will known lure. For many
years he work' d in the wheel works.
He lias I'latives living in Park Lawn.
Horse in Mad Dash.
The lo.-ii:;; or a wheel srartt.dalior.se
drawing a ! -1 i v ry nmi tor the lb !
big ni'-a' market on Fourth and Iowa
s.t re-et s on a raa i ilash tiirouc.h some of
the busiest streets of the city yester
ia utit il it collided with another rig
on Third and Hartison streets, where
it was thrown h-avii 1.1 the pavement.
Tin." horse was st 1 i mi.I injured about
the h f-'s near its hoofs ami was taken
to a veterinary surge-on tor treatment
Tiie wagon is hut bltle injured.
Railroad Men Confer.
A in fere-nee of the siiperintetide-nts
and other officials of the Rock Island
road was he-Id in Davenport yesterday
at I he office- of ('e-ne-ral Superintende nt
C. H. Hubbell in the local deiot build
ing. Those- pre-sent from out of the
city were as fed lows: Superint'-ndent
W. 1 1. 'iv-ns. of His Moines; Super
iniendent C. L. Brown, eif Estherville;
Superintendent H. 1. ("re-enough, of
Cedar Rapids; Superintendent L. B.
Allen, of Rock island: Trainmaster
Rosse-r, of Des Meines; Trainmaster C.
K. dre-e-ne. of Ce-dar Rapids; Division
Fi eight Agent M. M. Knapp, of Esthe-r-ville.
After th' conb re-nce was over it
was stated at Mr. Hubbell's office that
the-meeting was meredy he ld u discuss
the service1 ef tiie road ami other mat
ters eif inte-re-st only to those connected
with tiie company and that these- meet
ings are held at regular intervals.
Plans State Meeting.
Will M. N'arvis, of Muse-atine. past
grand chancellor of the1 Knights of
I'jihias of Iowa, ami supre-nie master
workman of the- A. O l". W., was a
Davenort visitor Weelnesdax. looking
in at the grand lodge meeting. While
here Mr. Narvis called oa W. S. Que lle,
master workman of Evening Star lodge,
tei coiife-r as to details of the- joint eipen
nne'ting which the trie-ity lodges will
unite in early in October, and which
will bring here the supreme master
workman and ihe grand master work
me n of Iowa and Illinois.
Dr. French Under Knife.
The serious condition ef Dr. L.
French, at St. Luke's hospital, and the
complicated nature ef the symptoms of
hts trouble', leei the surgeons in charge
of his case to ele-cide upon an explora
tory incision. It was made yesterday,
ami revealed his tremble to be gall
Mones. as had been expected. The ep
frattem was cotnpb ted by the removal
of eiu very large s'eme. and several
f-maller euies, antl it was announre-d
lhat the tiperation was sue-e-essf ul ami
Ir. Fre uch s ceuidit ion sat istactory, and
it is hope'd that h will soon be about
again with ihe cause of his illness re-
M. v. r.
Giret rest to tha stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
0'fMa What Ym Emt
MmMmm thm Brmmtm, Sm-mmt
Am m Kmmmm
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Stomach and intestinal complaints of
children during hot weather are ex
tremely dangerous, often fatal. If
j our child's stomach is upset ; if it has
constipation, diarrhfta or colic ; if it is
peevish or restless at night, restore per
fect health by purifying the blood and
toning the system with
Me(i;irk. has filed a petition in the
district court appealing from (lie de
rision of Jtisiiee Finger in the case of
of Iowa vs. Martin Dempsey
was tried before .lust ice Fin
1 ne case
resulted in a $1" fine for
Dernpsey. Iiempsey was unalne to pay
and v. as sent to jail for So day . The
charge is that Dempsey assaulted a
man named Schwartz Tuesday evening
and injnied him severely. He lias
borne a very good character hitherto
and bv manv who know him it is
thought that there must have been
some great provocation for the ded.
The city ambulance was called to
Rockingham road and Howell street
Wednesday afternoon. Workmen were
erecting poles to support trolley wires
at this point when a man named Row
lie Louder was injured. In some inexplicable-
manner a pole fell and struck
Iouder. knocking hirn to the ground.
He was given a hard blow and was
badly stunned, and is in all preibubility
rpiitc seriously injured. He was re
moved to his home at West Fifth
Mr. and Mrs. (lustav Hennings, 22in
Fulton avenue, are mourning tiie loss
of their infant son. Earl John Henry
Henniug, whose death occurred from
convulsions, at the age of 2 months
and 15 days.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Milan, Aug. 11. H. B. Hon ens re
turned to Chicago Thursday after
spending a week in Milan.
Fat rick Ryan, of t he soldiers home
at Quincy. III., visited soldier friends
here Tuesday. '
Mis Jessie Matthews is again about
after a few days' illne-ss.
Thursday the Milan Presbyterian
Sunday scheml had their annual outing.
The delightful trolley ride to Central
park and back to the Watch Tower
and home again was enjoyed by old
and young, after which a fine supper
was served on the church lawn.
C. H. Hon lis is contemplating a
visit soon fir the home of his brother
in -law at Chattanooga. Tenn.
Miss Bessie Johnston left
iiav for a few days' visit with
in Coal Valley.
Dr. Criswell. of Joy. came to Milan
Wednesday to accompany Dr. Joseph
Huyett to his home. They left e-arly
Thursday morning. Dr. Huyett will be
a witness in the McKinney case in
AK-do the last of this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Owens left Tues
day for Chicago via Cambridge to visi
Mrs. (JeMirge A. Mclaughlin and
'daughters. Marion and Ruth. ef Sioux
City, Iowa, accompanied by Walter
McLaughlin, ef Emerson, arrived Wed
nesday for a visit with Mrs. R. Mc
Laughlin and either friends in Milan.
Miss Lila Cady has be -en spending
a fe-w days visiting friends in Cam
bridge. Mrs. I. Rathbun and son;, Hubert
and Fred, left Monday for their home
in She-ffield after spending a couple of
weeks in Milan.
Robert Littk of Taylor Ridge, is
spending a few eiays with trie-nds in
Miss Cert rude Van Horn returned
home Monday freun IndianaHj!is. where
she has been visiting for the past
The many friends ef Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. (Jertcm. of West Bend. Iowa, will be
ism m mk m th I
rtl. M y I
of a son. born Sunday, Aug. t. ;
Mrs. Anna O'Neal visited over Sun-
day with her brother, Br, T. Little,'
and family, of Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Joseph, or
Farley. Iowa, and Mrs. C. H. Young, of
Des Moines. Iowa, are visiting at the
home of their brother, James Ciow.
Mrs. Wilson Matthews underwent an
operation at St. Anthony s hospital, in
Rock Island, Tuesday. At last report
she was doing nicely.
Friday afternoon and evening the
ladies of the W. M. B. society enjoyed
an outing at the Watch Tower.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston took a
a trip to Burlington, leaving Friday
and returning Sunday.
Francis Dahlberg called on friends
in Milan enroute to his home in Cam
bridge, after spending a month in Min
nesota. CLAIM TO HAVE BIGGEST
PARADE OF ANY ON ROAD
Ringling Brothers Display Three Miles
of Splendors and Novel
ties. The Ringling brothers, fi
who have made a name in
nient field that stands for
e of them,
all that is
new. novel, strictly modern and
reaching in magnitude, present
this season the most attractive aud colossal
fiee street parade ever attempted in
the "history e)f circuses. Ringling
Brothers' World's C.re-atest shows ex
hibit in Rock Island Wednesday, Aug
Since last season the parade has
been enlarged and improved upon by
master hands in the art of producing
magnetic circus attractions. There h
something in this pageant to interest
anil hold the attention ef every spec
tator. The student if natural history
has the wonders of the wihl animal
wcu-ld brought before him in living.
breathing reality. The lover ef fine
stexk haft, here J."0 magnificent the)r
oughbreel horses upon which to feasi
his eyes; the admirer ef physical per
feet ion is regaled with the sight of
hundreds of ihe world's greatest acro
bats, equilibrists, gymnasts and riders;
the artistic interest is gratified in the
opulent splendor of massive, beaut i
fully carved floats representing the
known countries of the globe. Men
and women in the picturesque garb of
the- various nations form regal allegor
ical tableaux. Lach float is accom
panied by a detachment ef the soldiery
jf the cenintry represented, antl the
picture is further enlivened aud madf
more realistic by bands, composed of
German. Russian, French, Scottish. In
dian ami Persian musicians. The float
of the I'nite-d States, superb in red.
white antl blue effects, is preceded by
Ringling Brothers' famous cavalry
band, mounted em handsejuie white
horses. The parade is in o( sections,
and each one is a superb attraction in
itself. Its hundreds ejf promby step
ping horses, with waving plumes and
trappings ot gold and silver; its geir-
geemsly costumed diplomats aiu! min
isters, knights anil ladies, heralds and
courtiers; its brilliantly uniformed sol
diers; its n nine reins bands el music
and its t.s-stop triple strength pipe or
gan, buibied on a monster van and
drawn by in heirses; its great herd of
4i elephants and 10 camels; its chil
dren's section, in which miniature Shet
land pouie-s draw pretty little tableau
wagons; ami its scores of beautifully
carved antl ornamented elens and
cages of openly exhibited rare ami wild
beasts, form a picture that in wealth
of display and beauty of coloring is
perfect sunburst of brilliancv. The
opening performance in the big tent
begins at 2 o'clock ami at s, but the
doors will be open an hour earlier, in
order that visitors have ample time to
inspect the immense menagerie which
contains numerous rare and costly an
imal attractions, including a pair of
stately giraffes, the only living snr
vivors of" their kind in existence
Baby Boo. the first baby elephant
successfully bred and reared in Amer
ica, and the only rhinoceros in eaptiv
ity. The performance includes nun
dreds of new and novel acts, enlisting
the services of ? high class artists
"0 clowns ami hundreds of auxiliaries
antl tne re-gal spectacular production
ot -The Field of the Cloth of Gold
which appe-ar L2nn characters and
ballet of Sun girls.
WILL OWN ROCKFORD HOUSE
Chamberlin Harrington Syndicate Se
cures Majority of Stock.
A majority of the stexk of the Rock
ford opera house association will pass
Sept. I into the hands of Chamberlin,
Harrington & Co., the present lessees.
John H. Sherratt and O. P. Trahern.
who hold a controlling interest in the
property, have agreed to the sale and
the smaller shareholders are mere than
willing to exchange their certificates
for the coin of the realm. It is the in
tention of the new owners te re-build
the theatre during the summer of Run;.
Any improvements during the present
fall and winter would seriously inter
fere with attractions booked, so that
all plans of this nature must be defer
red until next summer.
Is Well-Known Attraction.
Unusual interest has been thown
since the announcement ef the appear
ance here of "Dr. JekyH and Mr. Hyde"
founded on Robert I-;uis S'f venson's
history. This attraction win be at the
Illinois theatre on Sunday. Aug.
The play is full of exciting climaxes,
thrilling situations and a good power
ful story running throughout. The
management carry all special scenery
and effects necessary to give a com
plete performance. The company is
unusually strong. This is the en.ly
time this play will be seen here this
season, and it is expected that the Illi
nois theatre will be tested to capacity.
clad to hear that they are the
Had Close Call.
Friends of Charles H. Deere and B.
Peek are congratulating those gen
tlemen upon their lucky escape from a
mighty perilous position in which they
were placed while out in a boat near
Campbell's Island Sunday morning.
the facts of which have just leaked
out. It seems that after strolling
about the island Sunday, the gentlemen
named decided to take a boat ride, se
curing a frail little crafr that was tied
up at the north shore near the upper
end of the island Pnllinsr out in the
stream, all went well until the swift
current near the dam was reached.
It was the intention to nass over the
lam. but the current proved so strong
that they were unable to control the
boat and so the craft was being car
ried out into the more swift water.
Mr. Peek secured a rime about his
waist and springing into the water
sought to tow the boat containing Mr
Deere to shore. This however was un
successful, and as Mr. Peek was being
pulled into the river until the water
reached his neck, Mr. Deere also
sprang into the water, and between
them they finally succeeded in effect
ing a landing, none the worst for their
experience than wet clothing and a
bad fright. Both admit they thought
they were goners, and don't care to
repeat the experience.
W. II. Hokinson of this city was ad
judged insane at the county court and
was committed to Watertown asylum.
The young is l'; years of age and was
a patient at Watertown in 1'JOl. He
was releasetl on parole, and recently
manifested symptoms of a return of his
Work on New Yards.
Already three miles of tracks in the
new yards 01 the .New Shops in Last
Moline has been completed. Much
work is accomplished every day and
upwards of K.o me-n are now employed
in the track laying gang. Surveyors
are busy running lines and driving
stakes. They have staked out the lead
track anil just as last as tne proper
stakes are driven down the' track lay
ing gang follows. Work lias been
started on the concrete engine pits
which are being built outside of the
roundhouse. Over these pits an en
gine is stopped to pun tne nres. 1 ne
ashes drop into the pit and after cool
ing are easily shoveled over the edge,
where the ashes will elrop into a flat
car. the top 01 w nicn comes even wun
the bottom of the pit. It is yet a little
early to estimate the time of the com
pletion ef tracks but if the present
gait is kept up and tne weatner is iav-
orable, all of the main track layin
will have been completed by October
Another Sneak Thief.
While members of the family of
Henry Sellmer, of 51 Fourth avenue
sat in the front van! Wednesday, a
burglar cut the screen of the back
door and entered the house. He se
cured a goexl haul in jewel ry and $7.i3
in cash ami made his escape. The
discovery of the theft was not made
till the family retired for the night.
Besitle the money taken a holy's gold
Looked More Like Piece of Raw
Beef Than Human Being Doc
tors Useless Blessed Relief and
First Real Sleep in Weeks After
First Application, and
SPEEDY GURE BY
" Words cannot describe the terri
ble eczema I suffered with. I was
almost a solid mass of sores from head
to foot, and looked
more like a piece
of raw beef than a
Blood and pus
oozed from a great
sore on my scalp,
from under my fin
der nails, and near
ly all over my
body, and every
hair in my head
out. I could not sit down, for
my clothes would stick to the raw
and bleeding flesh, making me cry
out with pain. My doctor did all he
could, but I got worse ami worse. I
did not think I could live, and wanted
death to end my frightful sufferings.
"My mother-in-law begged nie to
try Cnticura. I said I would, but had
no hop-; of recovery. But oh, what
blessea relief I experienced after ap
plying Cuticura Ointment. It cooled
the bleeding and itching flesh, and
brought me the first real sleep in
weeks. It was as grateful as ice to a
burning tongue. I would bathe with
warm water and Cuticnra Soap, then
apply the Ointment freely, and took
the Resolvent for the blood. Soon the
sores stopped running, the Mesh began
to heal my hair started to grow, and
in a short time I was completely
cured. If any one doubts thus, tell
them to write to me. Mrs.Wm. Ilunt,
135 Thomas St., Newark, N. J."
'ryrnp' twrrrmi mnd lBtini Tiwitwit for iiy
Humor, from P:f to Scrirfu:, from lrtmn-v to A -To,
citt.Ai a or Cu:kura wimmcf i. juc , Hc-
mi, v era turn ChocMM Coaira Pi'.., Stc vet
tii iA m kx b4 of til dr?t. A unf 9H aftta
turn. -Uiimi It-rce, - Hum to Curt Ltvr Bubks."
enables you to do away with the back breaking, clothes destroying scrubbing board, for the
soap docs the work itself. Ycur part of tho cleansing process Is over when the clothes
are In the boiler. Positively no rubbing required- simply rinse and hang out to dry. What
formerly took a whole day now requires but half and you can rest while tho soap Is
doing the work. Maple
watch with chain, engraved case, and
a rini; with sotting f one opal and
two pearls, another with setting ef
four rubies and six pearls were taken.
The authorities have been notilicel and
they are working on the case.
Used Ball Bat.
Frank Jones, the cedem-d man who
was arretted for rapping ('eurse I'ak
er across the heat! with a baseball hat,
was bound over to the grand jury in
tho sum ef $".(( on a charge eif assault
with a deadly weapein.
Miss Amanda C. Carlson and S. An
dersem were united in marriage Tues
day evening by the Rev. 1.. A. John
ston at the Swedish Lutheran parson
age. The young have Re me te house
keeping on Fifteenth street and Fif
teenth avenue. The gieiotn is rn
ployed at the Barnard & I.eas Mfg.
Caucuses This Evening.
This evening the- republican cau
cuses will be held in every ward of
the city. The various ward caucuses
will be held as follows: First, TriCity
hall: Second. Hierse-marin's livery:
Third. City hall; Fourth. Wagner Op
era house: Fifth. Van Daele's ha!!;
Sixth, Central park: Seventh. Chaney's
shop. I-et there be a big attendance
te make the more: forcible1 Moline's
unanimous support f Frank (I. Allen.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
v COUNTY COURT.
Itock Islautl county court, Judge L.
E. Farnicnier presiding.
Kstate of John Kelley. Proof of
publishing and peisting notices to cred
itors fiii'tl antl approved. Claim if
Helen I). Armstrong allowed in class i
Estate of John P. I.indgn-n. In (lie
matter of the sale of real i-siai- to pay
debts. Real e state bund in the sum of
$l,5uo tiled and approved and order of
Estate of Sarah A. Ellis. SuppV
mental report correcting report filed
herein on Aug. 2. lt4, filed and ap
proved. Annual report file-d and ap
proved. In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Mary E. Elelridge. Ue-porl if guardian
as to wards Bessie- W Nina W., and
Jessie W. Eldridge filed antl approve'!.
Receipt and release of Be ssie W. F.l
dridge. now of age, filed and approved
and guardian discharged as to hi r.
In re conservatorship eT Emily F.
While, feeble minded. Report or Wil
liam Filbert, conservator, filed. Const r
valor's resignation filed ami to lie ac
cented only upon the appointnie nt ami
qualification of a new cemserv a'.or as
sm cesseir tei saitl William Filbert and
the saitl Wiiiiam Filbert turning eiver
te the new conservator all property of
said ward. This- ejrdt r twit to effect in
any way the Jioiid eif the saitl William
Filbert as conservator herein nor to
release him nor his bondsmen on s-aid
bond. On consideration of the court
Charles II. Osborn is apiminte d. as new
conservator herein upem taking th1
usual eiath and giviug bond in the sum
of $2,i"n to be approved by ihe e-ourt.
Estate of Kit-hard Wart-ham. Proof
.if notiee of petition for probate of will
made. Deposit ion eif Samue l K. Wright
one of subscribing witnesses to will
;iken in open court In proof of e xecu
tion thereejf filed and approved.
Fist ate of F. M. Tindall. Claim 'd
estate of John Tin.lail, for $Wo2
withdrawn by Sweeney ic Walker, a'
torneys for said estate ef John Tin
dall. Estate of James Griffin. Proof of
p iblishing and posting notice to credit
ors filed and approved. Claim of F. l.
White allowed in class 7 at fsC.SO.
Estate of Henry R. Albrecht. Jnve-n-tory
filed and approved. Appraisement
bill and widow's award filed and ap
proved. Real Estate Transfer.
Frank L. Hodgdon to Carrie Hotch
ki, lota 21 an 1 22, Dodge's ad1.. Rock
Jol-n J Kelt-ham by administrator
to H. J. Gripp, se'i,
20, 2e, f l.l'-H'-
If you want your white garments and your bed and table linen yciow,
there's no better way to make them so than by rubbing the dirt Into
them on a washboard with yellow soap. Whatever cleansing properties
that kind of soap has arc due. to chemical action. But the beautiful
whiteness and Immaculate cleanness every housewife desires for her
clothes can be obtained only by boiling -boiling with Maple City ef
Washing $oxp. It not only cleanses, but purifies, renovates, sweetens.
City Soap will not harm the most
delicate fabric, neither will It
fsde any colored garment. Goes
twice as far as ordinary
soap. Hard or soft water.
5 cents at all grocer.
On sale Aug. 30 to Sept. 5, inclusive. Good
on oil trains. No change of cars.
S. F. BOYD. F. II. PLUMMER,
D. P. A. C. F A.
You Are tiie Pilot
Of Your Purse,
And If you steer clear of high prices and buy your grocer
ie at the Economy grocery where the lowest prices and
best goods go hand in band, it will not be necessary for
you to "wait until your ship comes in," for the saving you
can make on groceries will net you a neat sum at the end
of the year, that can be used for making purchases that
you could not afford otherwise. The time to begin is now.
You will note the saving at once. Read thcae price.
Fancy dairy butter, lb. ...
6 lbs. Head Rico
6 salt Mackerel
6 cans Oil Sardines
6 cans Mustard Sardines.
6 bottles Catsup
6 cans Cream
6 pkys. Gold Dust
10 bars D. C. Soap
3 cans Table Syrup
3 cans tall Salmon
3 lbs. Cakes
8 pkgs. Tooth Picks
THE ECONOMY GROCERY
1515 SECOND AVENUE.
DESTROY THE CAUSE
You Cannot Cure Dandruff Without
Destroying the Cause of It.
Many people wash their sculp S.it
unlay night or Sunday te try to ke-e ji
the dandruff down for the week, but on
Monday night the scalp h;ls begun to
itch, and Tuesday morning will find a
goeid fcitpply ef elandruff when the hair
is brushed There is but fine real sci
entific way eif curing dandruff; and
that a To kill the- g rm that causes it
&nd falling hair and finally ballnes.-,.
There is only one preparation that
will dcroy the- ge-rm, and that Is Nw
bro's Herpicide. It is an entirely n w-liscove-ry
and the only hair preparatirm
that is based on the ne-w scientific
principle. In addition Ilerpie-ide ix a
very refreshing hair dressing for reg
ular toilet r:f. Sold by leading eiruK-giat.-f.
S-nd I'ti: iu stamps for bamp!
to the Hfrp'tcide Ce.. Detroit, Mich.
T. H. THOMAS, special agent.
S sacks Salt 25c
1 lb. N. J. Tea 25c
2 lbs. Co fTec, good 25c
Strictly fresh Eggs, doz. ....15o
tlt-iotl Corn, per deiz 75c
E. J. Peas, per doz 90c
Yeast Foam, per pkg 3c
Fancy lare Olives, quart... 25c
2 large bars Ivory Soap ....15c
2 bars Saprillo 15c
Ammonia, quart bottlo 8c
fi It), can best I Jaking Powder. 50c
Z pkgs. Jello 25o
6-5-4 PREVENTS RUST
There is nothing like it!
une coat iasis momns:
No work t Shines itself !
No soiling of hands !
,r " t-" .I"hn T. .V,fk-r. I.ivi i
, !: k l.-laii'l llii'luaic i.'rritiaii .
J. J. Uuigied 6l Cu.