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TIIE ARGUS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1007.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
PROVED BIG TASK
Coal Valley Mining Company's
ShaftatCable Now Near
ly Free of Water.
WAS FLOODED JANUARY 19
jutant General V. H. Thrift is expect
ed from Dps Moines, to lead the grand
march, and Colonel Frank V. Bishop
of .Muscatine has accepted an invita
tion to attend. Captains Kerns and
Franck of the colonel's staff, and Cap
tain Morton of the Muscatine com
pany, with some of his junior officers,
are also expected, besides officers from
Bmliii'-Uon. Ft. Madison and other
towns having companies in t fie .4'li
tal ever since the convening of the
October term and he needs a rest.
Value of Machinery Submerged Decid
ed Owners to Reopen Mine Now
Clearing Out Wreckage.
Cable. III., Feb. US I Ai mis Spi cial
The work of l m 1 1 i t i l ! tr ihe watt
fioin the Coal Valley Milium eiuiipi
liy's mine here is progre.-siug epiii1
satisfactorily now and hopest!re en
tertained that work will be resinned
before April 1. Seven hiie pump
throwing ;o.iiiiu barrels per day. ai
being use.l in tin- work. Xe.itlv all
the e:rplocs have bt en taken on
The Cable mine was flooded by the
lain of Jan. lit. ;,nd the main shaft was
soon filled to a depth of is feet. It is
estimated that there was in a'l
acres of water -four IV;-, deep in th
mine. Af'er estimating tile cost of
clearing the mine, and investigiiiing
carefully, the company decided i.i
pump o-it the mine in order rn recov
er the niaeliineiy and eipiipment. val
ued at over $i;.niin, this bring n.o:-'
valuable than the coal fields,
will again be accessible wh n tit
w delirium t rrrkiiec
The water was pumped out
and a fall of only from 1 to -a
day cnuhl be noticed at firs;,
seven pumps were m" in op;
and the water had hern fallin
;e hole--, where
four ft et deep,
.'d t: rush inio
g at a
rati' of from '' to 7 inches daily. Til"
mine is now so nearly pumped out th.U
men are able to work in the leads,
clearing away the wreckage nnd dig
ging ditches to allow the
leach t lit.- shaft from the he
it stands in some place
The water was allov
the mine by a defective place in th"
bottom al the V-shaped dam proti-cting
the shaft. Thi-, dam has ii'iw beca
built deeper ami firmly, to prevent u
tepetiiion of the acrid, nt of la-st
Are II itiiiK Mil.
The pumps ;iit being oj)erated now
to rt'tii'ivi' as much as possible of th-
silt, much of which lias accumulate. 1
in the mine during t'ne lime the water
Las be n standing in it. The water
pumped from the mine is
into the camp creek.
Arrest Burglar. Police Officers Quinn
ami Cannon made a pood arrest Tues
day ni-ht when they brought Herbert
Dickon: to the police station on sus
picion and charged him with vagrancy
until they could complete their inves
tigation. Dickotit was arrostt d upon
suspicion of being the one who cn'or
ed tli!1 Sadler drug store Sunday nigh;
by climldni; through a transom over
the front door, and after gaining en
trance, rifled the cash register of the
small amount of change found therein,
and helped himself tu some choice ci
gars ami several boxes of chocoiate
candy. After being arrested, the young
man's room a Sixth and Perry streets
was searched and several boxes of
the stolen candy found therein.
Details of Case Unprintable. The
salacious Sym,- ns case is nearing it.-:
close, the arguments '.Mving been b( -gun
yesterday afternoon by Assis.tan.
County Attorney Sieve P. P.awden.
While the testimony in the case, or the
most of it, is unprintable, the specta
cle presented is that of a l.Vyet a.r-old
girl making a heinous charge again.-:
her brother in-law, and being backed
in the matter by her mo; Iter and si
ter. On the ii'her hand, the child'
uiarried sistir, several neighbors, the
accused man's employer and others con
tradicted on the witness stand the tes
timony of the prosecuting witness and
the mot In r. And in the arguments.
the defense is claiming that the whole
thing is a oiaboiical plot to separate
- Pe'er Sytni ns and his wife, growin
out of long standing enmitv between
the mother and her son-in-law.
Prepare for Big Ball. Members of
Company B are looking forward to
their grand military ball of next Fri
day evening as likely to be the most
successful event of any t ha the com
pany has given. It will probably draw
here the brightest galaxy of visiting
officers of the national guard that has
ever graced a social function here. Ad-
New Machinery Arrives. President
J. F. Porter of the merger company
states that three carloads of machin
ery for the new substation at Third
and Ruck Island streets have arrived
in the city and are being unloaded at
the plant. I his is the first consign-
tin tit oi a $!iMi,ottP shipment of ma
chiuery ordered for the new substation.
A new steel roof is now being install
tie tin the building anil concrete piers
const rneied which will materially in
crease the strength of the building and
adapt it for the heavy machinery which
is to be placed m position there. These
improvements will be completed, the
machinery installed and the new sub
station in full operation within the
next DO or 1 1 1 days. The sum of $int,-
nun is also being expended in making
improvements at the gas plant of th
merger company on Wist Second
Boarder Has the Smallpox. The
Black Maria was called to the board
ing house at tii'L' West Front street
yestt may aiternoon. where a man was
discovered to have the smallpox. He
was removed to Si. Koheris' hospital.
Sons of veterans Have Camp.
Itiesday night at (i. A. K. hall in thi
city, I.teutenan: August 10. Heimers
vamp -o. i'. Mins ot veterans, was
organized with a good attendance and
a large nieniiH rsnip. the new camp
is named in honor of Captain August
(verniers, one ot the best known cili
ztns of Davenport and one of the
brave and gallant veterans of the civil
war. The members were mustered in
by Colonel L. A. Diliey and the newlv
i b eted officers were installed by Co
otiel 1- lemon; S. (,iii:n ;f Mason City.
comma nuir ot the Iowa division ot tiie
Sons of Vt terans.
Obituary Recotc. The ninny friend
oi i aaries ll. Hall win he grieved to
hear of ins -Ie-iili. which occurred
Tuesday afternoon at the family home
on Warren stroet, alter a long anil
ere lllm ss. IP1 was born in South
ti no. inn., anu was ;;n years ot age
He leaves to mourn their loss his wit
ami one daughter, his mother, two sis
ters, Nellie and Lizzie and three broth
t rs. Ivlward. Ixra and Wi.lhrni Hi'l
of South Bend.
Yesterday at the family home S2'l
j Warren stret t, occurred the death of
j F-mil H. Reiuke after a long illness,
j He was lwmi in Germany and was 2",
(years of age. He was a cigar maker
by tiT.d Mr. Keinke is survived liv
his bereaved parents. Mr. and Mrs.
He nry Keinke. a sister. Mrs. Kai ie
Juergen- and a brother. Arthur Keinke.
COUNTY COUPLE WED
Benjamin Halstead and Miss Ida Ken
Kendal Principals in Ceremony
FOR DAVENPORT INTERURBAN
Line Connecting with Burlington Pro
posed by New Company.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed in Davenport by the Davenport -
Burlington Interurban company with a
capital of $2ro.otMi. The officers are:
President C. G. Hipvvell.
Vice President Thomas Dougherty.
Secretary ami Treasurer A. E. Car
The officers of the company refuse to
make any statement at this time fur
ther than that they contemplate an in
terurban line that will connect Daven
nori si nil Burlington with Muscarine ns
one of the intermediate stations. Tile 1 officiating minister.
officers are also the directors of the ami 'he bride
company and are all Davenport men.
It is understooel, however, that they
represent eastern capital. The C. G.
Hipvvell Construction company also
filed articles of incorporation ami nam
ed the same officers as above, also the
same directors and amount of capital
MOLINE FAMILY AFFLICTED
Infant Dies of Scarlet Fever and Four
Other Children Arc III.
Scarlet, fever last night claimed the
ll-nionths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michatd Nitzel of Fifteenth street and
Nineteenth avenue. Moline. Of the
eight surviving children, four are ill
with the- same disease.
Hamlet, Feb. 2S. (Argus Special )
Last evening at th home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kendal of near Hamlet, too.i
place one of the prettiest home we.i
eiiugs of the season, when their daugu-
ter. Ida, became the bride of Benjamin
Halstiad in the presence of HO rel.i
tives and triends. 1 lie J.ohengni
wedding march was nlayed by Miss
Marv Sehriver and to its strains lb
Rev. Mr. Tidba'l
md groom descend
the stairs, passing through an aisle oi
ribbons, held in place by Madden
Candor, a niece of the bride, and
Grace Tidhall. te iheir places in tl
parlor. The bride wore a beautif
dress of cream eolienne made princess
During the ceremony Mrs. Grace Ti
hall sang the Lohengrin bridal chorus
Immediately after the ceremony
Love You. Dear Heart." was sung by
Miss Lillie Marsh. After the etingratu
lations. an elegant course supper vva
served. The presents were nunierovi
and beautiful. The color scheme, gree
anil white, prevailed. Among tin
guests from a distance were Mr. a:i
Mrs. E. W. Kendall ami Mis. Ola
dor and daughter. Madolcne.
the morning and worked all day, but
failed to show up Saturday, and Sun
day his friends became alarmed and
began to search for him. No one could
Ihe found who had seen Anderson after
Friday, and the police were acquainted
with the affair. Anderson is 5 feet 0
inches tall, and is lit aw set; weighs
ibout lit!) pounds;, is single and 40
ears of age. He came to Moline at
Thanksgiving time ami boarded at
Blomgren's on Fourth avenue and Sev
enth strict. It was thought at first
that the man had been taken suddenly
ill and gone to one of the heispiials in
the three cities, but inquiries failed to
reveal any pa'ient by that name.
The annua! spring moving has com
Emerson Crabs purchased a carlo id
of cattle in Chicago last week.
Mrs. Martha Cole gave a miscella
neous shower tor .Miss Ida Kendal
Friday afternoon of last week.
William Cain staiteil to Kansas Fri
day, waere he will visa his sister, .vu-.:.
Ben Halstead was a Hock Island vis
itor Wednesday of last week.
William Bretbruner loaded his car
of household goods and departed for
his hew home in Michigan Friday.
Miss Mary Boyles. who has been
staying several weeks with Miss Aeldie
Boyles, is assisting Mrs. Chari?s
Boyles of Black Oak in moving.
Ambrose Sproston and family moved
to their new home recently purchased
of Dave Spence of Black Oak.
Frie nds to the number of eighty or
more, spent. Wednesday evening of
last week with John Cooke and fa-n-i'y.
who expect lo leave here about the
Dr. Martin went to Itock Island Sat
unlay to visit with h;s mother am
sister, Minnie, for a few da vs.
-VI ike Grady had a narrow escape
the mines lasi Tuesday. He was lulli
ng when a rock fell and struck him.
BEER Our Nation's Beveraee has many of the
nutritive properties of milk and less alcohol than cider.
For Health's Sake
Trv anv of these brands -whether on draught
or in bottles wherever you can
PRIVATE STOCK, WIENER, EXPORT
had nt) bones broken, hut w:
bruised about the chest. He is nbk
te be out. bin ni t to work.
Grandma Be "green died Sunday
lh:::u a. m., she having been Pick for
two weeks wi;h ailments tif old age
fho funeral was held in Cable Wed
nesday. Siie leaves three sons. John
of Duluth. Minn.. Chris of Rock Island,
ami i-.et at home. I he remains were
laid lo rest in the Cable cemetery.
.Itilin Beck and familv and Archie
Phitzmaier left with their furniture
and farming implements and stock
last Thursday tor Dakota.
Mrs. Barne.- l-'iah-ny Sr.. returned
home Monday from Council Bluffs,
Iowa, where she had been taking ca
el her daughter. Mrs. Sha.nahan. Sir
alsei visited with her daughter. Mrs.
.lames navis, anil her son. I'.arnev Fla
herty at Rock Island tor the? last
.miss Henna Stevens reuirneti :o
Moline Saturday after a week's visit
B nnrwiMe pn w
These Beers are famous for their
pronounced character. The nourishing prop
erties of malt and the tonic qualities of hops
predominate and a distinct Blitz avor is
accomplished by original methods.
BEARDSLEY & BAILEY to., wnoiesaie aeaiera.
217 18th Street. Reck Island, III.
ABOVE IS MARCH'S RECORD :
Temperature Has Averaged 35 Degiecs
in Past 35 Years Many Cioudy
first, of March for their newl
chased home in North Dakota.
Poisoning Dogs. War is being vva
ed upon the lives of the dogs in th
city of Moline and many valuable am
mals have been poisoned within the
last few weiks. Numerous complain . s
have been made of valuable dogs that
have been poisoned and in one.' in
stance a reward of $"i is offered if
anyone could furnish prc.of of who
poisoned a ce.taii. dog. l'eople who
place poison in meat or cheese er
biead. ami then put it in the street or
I back yard for a neighbor's dog do not
jiealize the danger they take. A child
may get hold of the fond and eat ;t.
, causing death, and then would follow
(a serious time lor some one. The act
of putting poison out for tiogs is pun
ishable with a '-enu-nce in the peniten
No Impiovement at Kingston. Dr,
Heel lev Hall, l lie minister of the Mo
line Unitarian church?' writes again
ifmui knv'stci ,ianu:ca. to the fleet
i that there is no improvement of co
with her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Josep'i
Aaron Dahlberg moved his
from Cable- to Sherranl this vv
I law son reiurneel llei'.n
island Aioiiuay troni a lew
with hi.-- sister, Mrs. Mary
ACCEPTED DOLLAR FOR
CONTENTS OF HIS BOTTLE
Now John Clar! of Monmouth is Under
Arrest for lilegal Selling
aving for their various homes
friends raided a sum of monev
ith it will purchase a present
"ill be shipped to Mr. anel Mrs. Cooke
after they get te their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Crabs and littl-?
son of Chicago, are visiting at ihe
ome of George Crabs.
Ab.elo visitors Monday were M's.
Ross Btuiynge, Misses Lil'ie Marsh
ind Lula Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Marion
?oy!es and liltle daughter. Edna, and
Messrs. Frank ami Mylo Cooper.
Mrs. Ola Can Ier and little daughter
of North Dakota, are visiting at the
home of A. Kendal.
If someone finds the bottle in vvhic.i
.Mci iii-cp on oi jdv lor your own cou
sumption and makes way with the
contents, Hon t say a word about i
Bear the loss in silence and next tim
h:de it in a different place. This is thi
ad i ice of John Clark of Monmouth.
Clark last sum.r.ei- was employed !rv
T It et 'i . ...
iv. u. nmiiev. a tanner ivtng ne.ir
Monmouth, and was In the habit
.-luieiiiig n nasi; oi iroiioie cliaser in
the Smiley home. One dav when be
felt he needed a bracer ami sought hi
u.-uai soiace ne leitinu tne bottle was
empty. On coimilaining to bis em
plover he was told that Mrs. Smiley
i:ait teiunti it. anrf. being a temperance
advocate, had thrown the contents
away. Clark" was inconsolable an
made so much noise that finally Smi
ley gave him a dollar to reimburse hi:v
for his loss. But tho story gtt to I lie
ears of the federal authorities at Peo
ria, and vesterday Marshal! Tripp ap
peared. arrested Clark for selling
liquor illegally, and took him to Peoria
GOES ON A VACATION TRIP
Supreme Just ce Scott of Aledo Leav:
With Family for Florida.
Aledo, Feb. 2S. Mrs. Guy C. Scott
and daughter. Miss Kathryn, hav
gene to Springfield where they will
join the judge on a vacation trip of
five or six weeks to Punta Gtirda, Fl
The judge's health is better now thin
formerly but. his citifies as chief jus
ice have kept him closely at the capi
Robert Lee of Rock Island, was a
Coal Valley visitor Wednesday. Mr.
Lee is superintendent of the Coal Val
ley Mining company. His business here
was te visit some of his olel time neigh
bors. Among them. Thomas Lees,
father of Supervisor T. R. Lees, and
George Wilson, and T. J. Mundiv The
two former are well on toward their
fcair score years. The latter is par,:
three score ami when a boy used 'o
haul coal in the mines for Mr. Lee.
or in other word's, drove a mule. T. J.
ought to have an M. IV affixed to his
na,me. Mr. Lee was one of Coal Val
ey s earnest settlers, coming nere in
1S3G. He was the man who dumped
from a mine the first car of coal into
a railroad car in Coal Vallev. It was
the latter part of October. 1S57. Coal
alley was the terminus of the Rock
Islaml & Peoria railway. Many chang
es have taken place since Mr Lee
came to Coal Valley. There is some
thing fascinaiing about Coal Valle;.
Any of Ihe earlier settlers who hav
moveei away, nave a longing for the
old town, and Robert Lee is not an
exception. v e were pleased to have
him call, and in the near future we
hope he will have more time to spend
among his old friends.
tiitions there, and he repeats his lorn
or statement lhat the eiaiiiaje done by
the ear: luiuake ami lue corrt sponelt u
aui' j exactly with the telepathic picture lit
lin;hatl of the ruins, while he was in Mo-
l:ne the tiav all- r tne t:isater ami ii-
fore tlurv was any authentic news o
anv news a all direct unm Kingston.
Eagles Buy a Lot. Moline Eagles
look definite steps Tin silay evening lo
provide themselves vviih a home, it
was unai.iir.ouslv elecid 'd thai ihe C,il-
lins property, which is :!ie souiheasi
corner on Fourt'-enth street and Sixth
avenue, be purchased and the trust;
were instructed to complete the ileal
imnieeliati Iv. T'ae Collins pr.operty
in ideal site for an Eagle s home. ,t
is tne corner rtopertv ptst east et
Turner hall. 130 feet facing on Four
teen street and (It feet on Sixth av
nue. The price paid was fil.buo. On
the property there are three small
houses, which will be rented out for
the present as there is not enough
mimcv in the lodge trea.-nry to erect
building immediate v. I he lodge s
planning a big paily on Friday even
ing. March 1. :o be held at the .Mann
facturers hotel for the members an
tneir lady lne.ids. especially those la
cues vvn- assisted in making- the ta:r
such a success. A bullet luncheon
will be served and dancing will be
dulgeel in from S to 1.
Mrs. Andrew Biandon of Os
is visiting at tin home ot li
Mrs. John Haddick Ji.
Two of John Lindsay's boys le ft for
Pt r:a Monday, where they expect ;
secure employment. The familv will
move there seiein.
Lore nz Zwicker was a tn-ciiy visit
Thomas Wanles has secured a p i-
sition at Silvis, and is moving his
lanii'v there tins week-.
Rev. R. M. Stephenson i quite ill
with pleurisy, and no services wer.'
held at the church Sundav evening.
Mr. Fix of Taylor Ridge, who has
charge of weighing the mail, is making
his headquarters here.
Mrs. R. M. Stephenson is visiting
relatives and friends at Streator this
Mrs. John Forster returned hiv.i.e
Friday fiom a few days' visit with rel
atives at Coal Vallev.
Miss Gertrude Wooley returned
home Monday evening from a visit
with relatives at Coal Vallev.
The kielies of the P. M. church gave
seicial at the church Wednesday.
Mrs. John Haddick Jr., and sis:-.
Mrs. Andrew Brandon of Osseo. Wis.
went to Cambridge Tnosdav for a
short visit with relatives.
Ben Haigli reuirned to Anamost.
Iowa. Tuesday, after a short visit wi''i
County Superintend! nt of Schools C.
L. Gregory has been visiting ihe
schools here dining the last fevv div-..
J. E. Beard, who has been living tin
t'ne M. J. Merrvman farm, south of
town, shipped his household goods an 1
stock to lola. Kan.. Saturday. His fam
ily will fedlow in a few tlavs.
Budd Ptitzc ninaior was a
land visitor Tuecelav.
A f;t r
in what .
piled l v
weal lit r o:l
years. Mr. She i it :
wants i; imii: isioo.
monthly i views h
manner commit him
bureau to anvthn-g
such a l-Viiiuary as this tin
in unusual amount ot ;nie:est
Marc.l is Iikelv to have ill
r tort cas; tor t at- J
can be had than t ll i (?
FROM 3 BELOW ZERO TO 32 coc-
J. B. Zimmcr p
a Co. i
Wish to announce
to their patrons
and friends that
they have remov
ed their store
room to the sec
ond floor of the
Rooms 212 and 213
! it ror-.l
Olis(. ; i r Sherier i
oJicti et, a ting a i
ii f :
in tile-- -hape of a Q
Manh has shown an O
average K-mperaut! e of :;." degiees, ih .X
warmes; luMi'th Li nig ihar of iTS v.i'lilij
thai in the.---'
ilot not in rniy
or i he wea: ;
wnii an aver;u
an average i
tntnith that of 1
L,v:. Tiie higt;. .
corded in Man
1ML". aii'i i!;- 1
the lsl. !V,,i.
i ion has b; i.-n
in lss.". Th" :
the J.'.ih. l'-f.
dI s:ii.v,f:'.i! in
was n iaci'.es on th.- 2:!d. lliT.
Al area lias averaged hut sever- clen-:
nays wan ti jiantiy cuntdy and ';!M4MY
cheii'y. Tiie "prevaiiing winds havej "
hi en trom t.ie north vvc-st
icii.perat uiv ev.-r re- j
was 2 ,.u the r::!i. b
wc.-t vva s s bi lo w en I q
'he av, rag- pi. r-ipini- jg
.."i incurs ;li,vO
IM"S. and t'a- iva..-:
i-a;es: ar. eeni: of pro- jtS
ill anv :' i beans v. a.. !.!'l -ill x
The- grraies! ainoi::,; , Q
my 21 ho.n .-. e e.- l
to winter of lssl-ST,! O
Cor. Eighteenth St.
and Second Ave.
ERRORS IN BOOKS
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles ami may
be cured by applying- Chamberlain's
Pain Balm two er three times a day
and rubbing the pans vigorously a:
each application. If this does not af
ford r.-li' f. bind on a piece of tla't'tt 1
slightly dampened with Pain Balm,
and qu'ck r lief is almost sure to fol
low. For sale by all le-aeling druggists.
Knox County. Supervisors Will Hear
Interesting Report at Next Meeting.
t period of
n.ai.e a leport
of t.'ie coimty
1. hid have been
s looking l'o:
rc-pon of t
ove-r the co
ll' yea is an
,e t pert a
inty bii !.s
1 v, ho wi'I
It is said that
the gross! -I
and Mrs. Frank Bailey,
Henry Anderson Missing. Friends
of Henry Anderson are anxious over
his whereabouts anil 'nave asked the
police lo try and find him. He left
his room a: ::."ii. Seventh street last
Friday and has not be en seen or heard
ot since. Anderson left his room in
Born te Mr.
son. Felt. 2b.
Mrs. Edward Peppers visited her
Mrs. McCorniick, Monday.
M. Reeves i:; sick.
James Seelam went to Molim
te visit her daughter, Mrs. ;;
Miss Edith Hesler was a Rock Island
Charles France is hauling lumber
trom Muscatine for a fine new barn on
his farm west of Illinois City.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eckhart have
moved to their new home on til
Charles Francir. farm.
Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones A
. r li i
are not rormmg rapidly enougn.
Lack of nourishment is the cause.
Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's
entire system. Stimulates and makes bone.
Exactly what baby needs.
ALL DRUGGISTS t SOe. AND $1.00
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the city clerk's office until Monday,
March 4, 1907, at 5 o'clock p. m., for
one battery of boilers not less than
Specifications for ttibuTar boilers will
be furnished by the city clerk and
builders of water tuber boilers will fur
nish their own specifications and type
of boilers to be furnished.
Bidders will bid'f. o. b., Rock Island,
and also on erection of boilers.
Certified check in amount S200 to
The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
H. C. SCHAFFER, City Clerk.
Rock Island, 111, Feb. 18, 1907.
Col lis are quickly cured hy Chamberlain's
Couo-h Rcmci.lv. It acts on nature's plan, loos
ens the couh, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a permanent cure. It coun
teracts anv tendency of a cold to result in pneu
monia. It is pleasant to take, both adults and
children like it. Price 25c; large size 50c.
Old English Dish Is Now Surpassed
by a Malted Grain Food.
Wrltinp on tho fooel problem and ad
vocating a rational health diet. Dr.
Josiah Oldttelel. author of "The Claims
of Common Life" and other well
known works, declares a sufficiency of
prai food is necessary and refers to
the old English dish of frumenty as a
most excellent article of food. He also
speaks of malted Brain as a food for
incrrasinp years. This eminent author
thus strikes the vprv kpvnnte of health
i and strength.
There Is a modern food which em
braces all the qualities of frumenty
and has even more, for it is malted
grain. We? refer to Malta-Vita all
pure prain and nothinpr else.
Malta-Vita is made by an extended
and elaborated proeess of the old way
of making frumenty. The whole wheat
Brain is thnrniiB-hltr rleanfd. then
boiled in water and conked in steam stopped my hair from falling out.
10 g-eiaunize tne starch. Alter tne
atqunh n&lla La.... , . J .
whrat is mixed with pure barley I'SntfuI oelor, and refreshing hair dress-
11 "lraot wnicn converts the peia- ing. It permits the hair to
Mrtit-ii inio maltose, or mait
Elegance In Wa.ll Paper
Like distinction ot carriage and de-
portment in humans, appeals to the
ji.-'WmV, ttiiisiic: e. xueies a e.ti eaiu tuu-
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lie someining in papers we seieci
and eell which speaks of style,
taste and superiority which people
appreciate. We a&k you to see and
select wall decorations here at your
leisure, as you will find our goods
priced very low.
Paridorv Wall Paper Co.
419 Seventeenth Street.
Piles of people have piles. Why
suffer from piles when you can use
De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve
and get relief. Sold by all druggists.
NICE HAIR FOR ALL.
Once Destroy the Dandruff Germ, and
Hair Grows Luxuriantly.
Any one can have nice hair if he or
Fhe has not dandruff, which causer
brittle, dry hair, falling hair and bald
ness. To cure dandruff it is necessa.y
to kill the germ that causes it, and
lhat is just what Xewhro's Herpicide
does. Cornelius Grew, Colfax, Wash.,
One bottle of Xewbro's Herpici le
completely cursd me of dandruff,
which was very thick; and it ha;
makes hair soft and glossy as silk; tie
sugar, highly nutritious and easily di
gested even by the weakest stomarhs.
Then each grain of wheat is rolled
into little wafer flakes and goes to the
great ovens where, under intense heat,
it is baked crisp and brown, "done
to a turn," and ready for your table.
All grocers sell MaltaVita. 10 cents.
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abundantly, and kills the dandrut
germ. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c in stamps for sample to The Her
picide Co., Detroit, Mich. Two sizes,
50c and $1.00., T. H. Thomas, special
L. D. MUDGE,
TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stotk, 9100,000. Four I'er Cent lotrrmt Paid on Denoalta,
II. D. Mack. II. II. Cleaveland,
John Schafer, Mary E. Robinson,
M. S. Ileagy,
II. B. Simmon,
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVelle,
II. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremann,
; TRUST DEPARTMENT.
1 Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
1 which is kepi entirely separate from the banking business of the com-
1 pany. We a-t ns executor of anil trusties unilur Wills, Administrator,
1 Guardian and Conservator of Kstati-s.
1 Heoeivcr anil Assignee of Insolvent Kstates. General Financial
1 Agent for Non-Uesiele;nts, Women Invalids, anel others.