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NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS f
selman. in the Andresen flats, occurred service with scira facia as to Henry
the deaUi of Z. V. Elsberry, one of the Peetz, returnable to next term.
pioneer residents of Iowa and a veter-1 9071 Peoples National bank vs. M.
an of the civil war. Mr. Elsberry was Tappendorn, et ai. ueienuams an
Costing a Pretty Penny. Au enor
mous expense is being incurred by the
Rock Island in replacing the girders
on the Fifth street elevation. Before
the work on the three bridges is com
pleted the road will have invested be
tween $55,000 and $GO,0rO in changing
the comparatively new structure over
Harrison, Main and Brady streets. It
is estimated thrteach bridge complete
will cost between $1S,000 and $20,000
One bridge is almost complete that
over Harrison street, and within "10
days or two weeks it is expected that
work will be commenced on the Main
street girder. When the tracks were
elevated through the city a few years
ago, the Rock Island proposed to erect
the same bridges which are being put
in at present, but the city objected to
the erection of posts in the street
High School Class Graduates. At the
high school last evening took place the
51st commencement of the Davenport
high school. The exercises were held
In the auditorium.
Road Comes to Terms. The city
Vomit-il Thursday afternoon met Gen
eral : Manager Mileher and several
other officials of the C, R. I. & P. rail
way company, and finally agreed upon
the provisions of the ordinance by
which the city clears up all its differ
ences with the company. General
Manager Melcher agreed, to stand by
all that the company had previously
agreed to, and in the discussion of de
tail he conceded Uu following points:
1. That I he company would do all in
its power to fix the leaky viaducts in
the city at present. 2. That the foot
bridge over LeCIaire and Fifth streets
should be six feet wide, and that the
company would not only erect it. but
would keep it painted and maintain it.
3. That the company would agree to
pay half the paving tax. from the east
side of Warren street to the western
end of its leased ground south of
Front street, if Front street is paved;
on condition that the company be
granted the right to lay a switch in
the south part of the street, in line
with the switch track that the Mil
waukee has fast of Warren street.
No Flag but Stars and Stripes
born in Penleton. Ind., July 27. 1833,
and came to Iowa about 1855. He
served three years in Company H of
the 24th Iowa, being regimental post
master most of the time. He was mar
ried to Sarah Gibson Nov. 10", 1858,
and his widow survives together with
two daughters, Meagher B. Elsberry
and Mrs. A. L. Hasselman.
I ask you to read this letter care
fully, and if you then believe that any
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Defendants called and defaulted. Cast l ln court Thursday that George wil- and , will gludly prove to -vou that i
Ti. uT .1p MtamB. who killed Ed ar1'8 8. am 'feht. I believe I can offer you an
on note $3,C38.Co. Judgment in favnr
of the plaintiff and against the defend
ants, served and. defaulted, for $3,-
Stephen Odell and Emil Henline
were amog those who attended the
funeral of John Schafer at Port Byron
Mrs. George McNeal entertained
Mrs. Henry Merritt of Port Byron
A large ear of corn measuring 14
inches, that is to be seen at W. L.
Black's store, was raised about seven
miles east of Hampton, by F. S. Bryan
on a farm owned by Mr. Bryan's
Rev. G. W. Broome is still holding
revival services each evening at' the
M. E. church. He lectured to children
Friday afternoon and Sunday after
noon, will lecture to men. Last Sun
day afternoon he lectured to men, his
subject being "Coming Home to
Roost." He is an entertaining speaker.
Mrs. Emanuel Peterson, whose death
occurred at Watertown. a few days ago,
was buried in Hampton cemetery, Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Maginnis and
family entertained Elmer Freeman and
Miss Lila Iemon of Ridgeway and Mr.
and Mrs. "Andy Swanson, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Anderson of Moline Sunday.
Mrs. Walton Tackett of Watertown.
accompanied by her little son, Claude,
visited friends in the village Wednesday.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Judge E. C. Graves, presiding.
8073 Fredericke Seitz, trustee, vs
Coal Valley Mining company. Jan. 23
at the close of all the evidence de
fendant moves to instruct the jury to
It find the defendant not guilty. Motion
has been decided by the school au
thorities of the city that hereafter no
flag but the stars and stripes shall
wave over the new high school build
ing. This derision goes into effect
with the present graduating class flag
and in view of the past disturbances
which have occurred on account of
the raising of class Hags "and the en
mity which has been aroused between
classes the ruling will undoubtedly
meet with the approval of the school
as a whole.
Not Alvin E. Cobb. Alvin E. Cobb,
traveling salesman for the Halligan
Coffee company, has arrived home
did so unintentionally, his object be- investment which is not only as safe lj
lake Wings .
Tk(ktIC WAIB CHICACO
denied. Defendant excepts. Trial con
tinues. Trial concluded. Jury instruct
cd and retires in charge of an officer
to consider of its verdict. Jan. 24,
jury returns into court, and by its ver
diet finds the defendant guilty and
assesses the plaintiff's damages at $1,
. 85S5 James Kerr vs. Albert A.
Rounds. Demurrer to narr overruled.
9C10 The J. P. I.auson company vs.
Henry W. langbchn. Motion by plain
tiff to strike plea filed and affidavit
from the files allowed. Motion by de
fendant for leave to plead by Thurs
day morning. Motion allowed.
9C2o Wilbert F. Price, et al., vs.
C38.C0, and for costs and execution.
Continued as to Henry Peetz for serv
ice, with scira facia as to the said Hen
ry Peetz, returnable to next term.
9087 Sarah C. Jenkins vs. B. R.
Towndrow, et al. Defendants B. R.
Towndrow, F. W. Gould and Stella B.
Towndrow called and defaulted. Mo
tion by plaintiff to strike plea of Emily
Barnard from the files for want of affi
davit of merits, filed.
5G45 Lottie Johnson vs. Gust A.
Johnson. Rule to answer petition for
alimony extended to Saturday morn
57G0 John F. Adams vs. Susan Grif
iith, et al. Master's report of evidence
and findings, filed.
5819 Mary Pender vs. Joseph Pen
der, et al. Motion by defendant in
cross bill to vacate and set aside the
rule to plead entered Jan. 10, 1908, and
to strike the cross bill from the files.
5853 Sarah E. Taylor vs. Benjamin
Taylor. Finaing for complainant de
cree for divorce certificate of evidence,
filed. See decree.
5870 Carolina S. Lundquist vs. Sar
ah A. Hart well, et al. Replication to
answer filed. Cause referred to the
master in chancery to take proofs and
report same, together with his find
ings of law and fact.
5879 Root & Vandervoort Engineer
ng company vs. Harmony lodge. No.
54S, International Association of Ma
chinists, et al. Personal service on all
defendants in time. Defendants called
and defaulted, cause referred to the
master in chancery to take proofs and
report the same together with his con
clusions of law and fact.
5S87. John W. Good vs. Eliza G.
Dodge, et al. Demurrer to Eliza G.
Dodge. No one appearing for defend
ants. Eliza G. Dodge, Eliza G. Dodge
ruled to answer instanted, and is called
and defaulted for want of answer, un
der the rule. Case referred to the
master in chancery to take the proofs
and report the same together with his
conclusions of law and fact.
5896. John W. Cocking vs. Sadie
Cocking. Personal service, defendant
called and defaulted.
591S. Henry Fluegel vs. Ben Hol
land, et al. Personal service as to
Lovina Holland and she is called i-nd
Death of A. W. Williamson suggest
ed and H. M. Williamson, executor of
the last will of A. W. Williamson, de
Answer of H. W. Williamson, ex
ecutor, etc., filed.
Answer of Ben M. Holland and
Charles E. Sikes filed.
Reply to all answers filed. Cause
simply to save the life of another a? a government bond; but will also
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In nr.lpr to RMinrnfo IhA'twn .loe .... "BL uu luo money luvestcu
struck the with rlnh tusH. 11 is land. The great source of the
m..,r ii,,j i ti.t weuiui 01 una couuuy. uwuiiuma
Williams fainted wlmn ho learned that
the bulldog had died as a result of variety of "ops than any other part of
Does Not Pay. The Tankesley Com
mission company, which has offices in
!hf Mlmiinlif im htnrL- rm Third nvp.
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nue, will discontinue, after CO days of " ,a'ue T UIC Ul pci
the United States, and has a climate
that is hard to beat.
Conservative men, not only in Okla
homa, but also in Iowa, have said that
they believe that Oklahoma land will
acre yearly, tor the next hve years.
The rent of these lands nets the own-
poor business. The last market re-
nnrte will fvunti in nvpr thpir nrlviitA
'- ' I . t r 11 4 14 4 ..
icis ii out o io iv per cent interest on
the money invested.
Take, for example, a farm selling
wire tomorrow. During the two months
that this company has tried to build up
a stock trading business there has been
very little doing, owing probably to
hard times. What trading does occur
ill Moline, the commission men say, is
done over the public wires.
Fireman Scalded. John Kinnie, fire-
man for the Rock Island road, was se
verely scalded about the back and left
shoulder yesterday morning. He wa
working in the firebox of his engine
in me roununouse at suvis wnen a
plug blew out of the boiler into the
Banquet for Alumni. Members of
the High School Alumni associatio
who were recently appointed by PresI
dent McCurdy to plan for the annual
reunion next spring, met Thursday
evening at the Moline club rooms.
iiepresentauves or 14 classes were
present and the meeting developed
great enthusiasm. It was decided to
hold a banquet on the occasion of the
annual reunion in honor of the class
of '08. and arrangements will be com
menced at once looking to tthe best
development of this, function. It was
the sense of the meeting that the
dues of the association be raised
from 50 cents to ?1 and that the at
tendance at the banquet be limited to
the members of the association and
wives or husbands of members
Don't be discouraged when your money affairs go wrong. Many
men who were considered rich nut a short time ago, now find they own
nothing. Start right in again; make your experience count, and do it
better next time.
If 'you need a little money to help you out temporarily, come iiere
and get it. A little ready cash in hand when you most need it is often
worth more than a fortune in prospect
We make quick, private loans, in amounts from $10 upwards, on
furniture, pianos, horses, wagons and other personal property, without
annoyance, red tape or removal of the property.
Our plans are safe, for you and us; our methods reliable, fair, and
above board. Many satisfied customers could testify to our claims if
our business was not confidential. Come in and let us tell you what
we can do for YOU or write or phbne us.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
for $35 per acre. An increase of $1
per acre yearly is more thair 11 per
cent interest on the money invested
bay mat tho rent amounts to i per
cent interest and you have an invest
ment producing you a revenue of 10
per cent interest
I will give you my reasons for be
lieving that this land will advance so
raptuiy in value. Chicaso. Jan. 25 Following are the
l. Our population is increasing at market quotations todav
the rate ot 1,:00,000 each year. These
people must be fed. The number of
MITCHELL A LYNDB BLOCK,. ROOM 88, ROCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p- m and Saturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
from a trip and is "surprised to find , Reed. Demurrer heard and taken un-
that the papers stated that he was the der advisement.
man who fell at Third and Scott streets
a week ago and who was taken to
Mercy hospital with a broken leg. The
man who was hurt gave his name as
Alvin Cobb. The injured man really
lives at Columbus Junction.
Wants Damages. Notice of an ac
tion for J1S.O0O damages for personal
9545 People, ex rel., McMaster, vs.
Otto L'thoff . Demurrer to plea sus
tained. Motion by defendant for leave
to file amended plea. Motion allowed
and defendant given until Monday
next to file amended plea.
9C50 Ella Swift vs. city of Rock Is
land. Motion to quash writ overruled.
Rule to plead extended on motion of
injuries alleged to have been sustained 'defendant 20 days from Jan. 24
Sept. 13, was filed yesterday afternoon
in the district court by Attorney W.
M. Chamberlin in behalf of N. E.
Radebaugh against the C, M. & St. P.
railroad company. A verdict for the
defendant was returned by the jury
in the case' of E. L. Guldner vs. the
Buck Auto. Carriage & Implement
9;5S Carl Malmstrom vs. Tri-City
Railway company, et al. Demurrer
heard and taken under advisement.
9070 Peoples National bank vs. B.
Winter, et al. Defendants, except Hen
ry Peetz, called and defaulted. Case
heard on assessment of damages by
the court, finding that there is now
company.. The action was for $195.50 due on said note $2,lC5.Sl. Judgment
for alleged injuries to a machine
Obituary Record. Yesterday at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. A
in favor of the plaintiff and against all
defendants except Henry Peetz, for
S2.1C5.81, and for costs and execution
F. Has-1 Case continued as to Henry Peetz, for
Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,
painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed
tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,
scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.
Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness,
cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc.
If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain
sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept..
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES
MI WROTE YOU
for advice, inj by following: It and
taking Cardui, my t-emale Troubles
ere rured." Mrs. K. S. WalUce,
Lavaca. Ala. J 12
acres of land remain the same
2. The land is new, rich, and pro
ductive, and raises large crops.
:5. The rent is a share of the crop
4. The land is easily worked, the
climate is mild and crops are sure.
5. It is a diversified farming coun-
'ly. The principal crops are wheat.
corn. oats, alfalfa, sweet and Irisb
potatoes, peanuts and fruits and ves
etables of all kinds.
C. It is the home of alfalfa, one of
the best stock foods known. Any acre
of land that o-ill raise alfalfa success
fully is worth $100.
It is one of the best poultrv
countries in the United States.
S. It is recognized as a great fruit
9. The land will raise its own fer
tilizer, such as alfalfa, cow peas, sov
Bank Elects Officer. Officers of the bcan.s ami hernitrogen-storing le-
Moline Trust & Savings bank have
been elected. In the reports made
everything was satisfactory. The of
May, 102'4, 102',, 100, 100.
July, 9Sia, 9812, 97V, 9Mt.
September, 95-, 95, 94 4, 94.
May, Cl, Cli, C0V2, CO Vi
July, 59, CO, .19, 59.
September, 59'., 59. 5S, 58.
May, 54'.'i, 54Vi, 5u, 53.
July, 47 , 47'4. 4C',, 4CVi
September, 3S. 384, :,S, 0S.
January, closed 12.47.
May, 13.25, 13.27. 12.97, 12.97.
Lard. V 1 .
January, 7.77. 7.77, 7.C7, 7.C7.
May, S.02, 8.02, 7.92, 7.92.
January, fi.f.7. C.C7, C.57, C.57.
May. 7.05, 7.05, 0.90, C.90..
49. Republic Steel preferred C9, Re
public Steel common 1C-74.
Liverpool opening cables-
referred to the master in chancery to
take proof and report same together
vith his findings of law and fact.
940. "Supreme council of Western
Catholic union vs. Carrie Murrin, et al.
Rule to answer extended 10 days by
agreement of parties.
943. Mary L. Morehead vs. John
Mcrehead. Petition for alimony pen
dente lite filed. Rule to plead ex
tended by agreement of parties 10
days from this date.
59C3. William H. Marshall vs.
Charles B. Janssen, et al. Rule to
plead extended 10 days from this date.
5970. B. H. H. B. L.. & S. associa
tion vs. William J. Bleuer, et al. Ap
pearance for William J. Bleuer and
Alfhild E. Bleuer filed by Schriver &
County Judge R. W. Olmsted pre
Estate of Anna C. Denkman. Pe
tition relative to Dimock, Gould com
pany stock filed.
Estate of Alfred Wainwright. Wid
ow's relinquishment and selection, con
taining acknowledgement of receipt of
articles selected filed.
Guardianship of Hazel O. Wain
wright. Petition for leave to lease
ward's interest in real estate filed and
heard. Petition granted.
Estates of Sarah M- Atkinson. Pe
tition for "appointment of Inheritance
tax appraiser filed. Petition granted.
Estate of C. H. Deere. Report of ex
ecutors with reference to and petition
for approval of payment of arffh Jor
leave to pay certain legacies filed and-
heard. Petition granted.
Estate of Christian Olsen. Petition
for sale of real estate to pay debts
riled. Just and true account filed.
Real Estate Transfers.
Frank W. Gould, trustee, to Edward
ticers are: President, H. A. Ains
worth; vice president, George W.
Wood; cashier, O. F. Anderson; direc
tors, H. A. Ainsworth, J. H. Samuels
Louis Sonneville, Edward A. Schmidt,
George H. Edwards. George W. Wood
A. S. Wright, Edward Coryn. P. H.
! Wessel, Calvin Ainsworth and O. F,
Obituary Record. Signa Elnora. the
lS-months-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Severine Anderson, 11S4 Twenty
nun street, uieu yesiertiay alter a
er, part lot 5, block 2,
Henry C. Quade to Henry Daebel
liehn, part lot 4, block 2, Stewart's
addition. South Moline. $1,350
Grace Goodrich to Bogue & Sanborne
west 30 feet lot -2, block C, old town
Rock Island, $1.
Ludwig Tofte to C, B. & Q. R. R
company, part east half northwest
quarter section 2S-18-2E, $1
Benjamin B. Osborne to C, B. & Q.
R. R. company part esat half northwest
quarter section 2S-18-2E $1
Simon Yann to Peter Jones, $200
summons crops wnicn not only enrich "'&"r. corn -,a
the soil but also make exceedingly val
10. The land,-if properly handled
will grow richer and richer and yield
larger and larger crops from year to
ii- bcientihc farming has made
wonderful progress in the last few
jiaif,, ami its progress m the next
lew years will be phenomenal.
i- Lorn, hogs, alfalfa, cattle, ami nr.- m.h i,4.n v i i r.r, j -.
is a combination hard to beat. Cattle market opened strong.
i nae nau me benefit of 20 years' Sheen market opened steady.
v a.ci it-nee in Practical nn.ln-ilnlo Omlm llixrc i:iiiul. n-uil ion
u.mmg. nave traveled over Okla- Kansas
noma from north to south and from 500.
lu est. l nave Studied the soil Hosr m.Til.-t clnKprf strong Sffiin
the climate, the crops, and the general cents higher. Light. $4.15(?? i. 45; mixed
laiiiiin? ami ti rt o i i , , a . , . , ,
old town Rorl; m ""uul'' --unu.iuon oiianu umcners, 4.i; goon neavy
MJKiuuoma lor ibe last five years .nn.1 S4.20CT4..1O: ron-h henvv. S J.20(rf 4.3(1.
1 nave invested niv'mnn ; ri i- I fit! 1. mnrl.-rt rlLwl t2toi.1i- l.iof4i.
414 VIltl" - ' . IV 111(11 lt-L 11.11 -1.41V4,. 41C (. 1 ,
homa land. The benefit of my ex- $3.C5(tC.15: cews and heifers. $1X0)
perience, my study, my research and 4.C5; stockers and feeders. $2.C5ffT4.C0
my hnowitdge is at your disposal. I Sheep market closed steady
nue a list ot ciioice carefully selected Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
farms for sale. If you are interested Todav. 273; last week. 324; last
write me. I will give your letter my
Yours very truly.
J. B. MORGAN.
Receipts today: Wheat. 17; corn.
2CS; oats. 125; hogs. 14,000; cattle,
300; sheep. 1.5:K).
Estimated 'receipts Monday: Hogs,
Hog niaiket opened strong 5tl0
cents higher. Hogs left over, 7 .Goo.
Light. $4.15(ff4.40; mixed and butch-
cr.s, $4.15tr. 4.45; good heavy. $4.15fi
City Hogs Z.VMQ; cattle.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Jan. 25. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresi, 23c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 8c
per pound; liens, per pound. 7c; ducks,
per pound, 7c to Sc; turkeys per pound
13c; geese per pound 7c to Sc.
Butter Hairy,, 23c to 24c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 50c; onions,
Hogs $3.75 to $4.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $C75.
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.50; cows
and heifers $2.00 to $4-00; calves, $4.00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn COc; oats 4Sc to 50c.
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13;
prairie, $9.00 to $11.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; straw, $0.00.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump per bushel 13c to 14c;
slack per bushel "c to 8c.
year, li8. Duluui today,
week. 3S; last year, 22.
New York Stocks.
New York, Jan. 25. Following are
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D.V.Jackson to Theron Thompson. lev. S " Proferrwl 91 i. U. S. Steel common
souUiwest frl. quarter section 31-17-5 W New Life Pills," writes Jacob Springer f .i1'','"5 T'f t
$1.9a3.50. . .. Li M-orf 1 . tr ferred 2S4. Rock Island common
.-4 4iijiiii, iHdiuc. mey Keen e r..,! r.i vr v
tral 9Ci. Missouri Pacific 44, Smelt
4.. 4.. u,n lo JUUIIS J. lauue, lot mv stnmnc-h llv o.. l.
block 3. Guyer's third addition Rock just these 3,
you on trial, money will be refunded
at all druggists. 25 cents.
Henry K. Owens to Samuel A. Ket
nei, south 50 feet of north 100 feet east
150 feet lot 1. block 2. Healy's subdi
vision of part section 33-lS-lw. S1.C0O,
Charles H. Pope to Midland Motor
John Hedin to Alfons Da Witte, part
lots 10, ll.Wock 1, William E. Brooks'
addition. East Rock Island, Rock Is
J. L. Oakleaf, trustee, to Emily Col
son, east 117 feet lot 11, block 10,
Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts' second addition,
ers C4, Canadian Pacific 149V&, Illi
nois Central 131 Penna 112. Erie
C. & O. 29 A, B. R. T. 44, B. &
O. S7, Atchison 71 V. leocomotive 30,
Sugar 113, St. Paul 111. Copper
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM.
Is the Only Possible Way of Having
An Effective Cure.
If you see a woman or a man with
luxuriously glossy hair, you may lie
sure neither has dandruff to amount to
anything. In nearly every case where
women and men have thin brittle hair,
they owe it to dandruff. There are
hundreds of preparations that "claim"
to cure dandruff, but not one but New
bro's Herpicide tells you that dandruff
is the result of a germ burrowing into
the scalp, and that permanent cure of
dandruff and its consequent falling and
baldness, can only be had by killing
the germ; and there is no other prep
aration that will destroy that germ but
Newbro's HerpSclde. "Destroy the
cause and you remove the effect." Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c in
stamps for sample to the Herpicide
company. Detroit. Mich. Sold in two
sizes. 50c and $1. T. H. Thomas, spec
It Is very important and in fact It
absolutely necessary to health that we
give relief to the stomach promptly
at the first signs of trouble. Take
something once in a while; especially
after meals; something like EJodol for
dyspepsia and Indigestion. It will en-able-your
stomach to do its work prop
erly. Sold by all druggists.
De Witt's Little Early Risers are the
best pills known. Sold by all druggists.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe
Medicine fop Children.
In buying a cough medicine for chil
dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
aangei5 from It, and relief is always
sure to follow. It is Intended especial
ly for coughg, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough,and there is no better medi
cine In the worhi for these diseases.
It Is not only a certain cure for croup,
but, when given as soon as the croupy
cough appears, will prevent the attack.
Whooninsr COiie-h lc nor iliinnornna
W. Thompson, south 95 feet, block G, when this remedy Is given as directed.
Edgewood Park addition. Rock Island.! It contains no opium or other harmful
! drugs, and may be given as confidently
Hugh K. Walker to Etta Artz, lot 6, 'to a baby as to an adult For sale by
Dack's subdivision, lots 7 and 8, Case's! all druggists.
subdivision of assessor's lot 7, south-
east quarter section 2, 17, 2w, $3,300. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
Susan Shrom to Northwestern Branch acts upon the bowels and thereby
Woman's Foreign Mission society of dr,ves tne ut of the system. It
the M. E. church, part lots 18 and 19 contains n opiates it is pleasant to
block 4. SInnett's addition. Rock Is- take and 13 h!eh,y recommended for
land i cnuaren. &oi v m aruggisis.
James Piatt to John Boney, lot 5,
block 3, town of Reynolds, $1,200.
Timothy Beecher to John D. Beech-
ueiay Has Been Dangerous in Reck
Do the right thing at the right
Act quickly in times of danger.
Backache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly.
Cure all distressing, dangerous kid
Plenty of evidence to prove this.
Charles Greves of 1832 Third ave
nue, Mcline, 111., says: "Doan's Kidney
Pills have been in my family on sev
eral occasions. My wife suffered some
time with severe backaches caused by
disordered condition of the kidneys
and have been troubled in the same
way, the pains across my loins at
times being almost unbearable. Since
learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, how
ever, these backaches and kidney dis
arrangements are a thing of the past.
I made a statement some years ago
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills,
and I repeat that Doan's Kidney Pills
are all that they are represented to be
and a sure cure and safe cure for Kid
Plenty more proof like this from
Rock Island people. Call at Harper
House' pharmacy and ask what cus
For sale by all "dealers. , Prir. 50
cents. Foster-Milbura company, Buf-:
falo. New York, -sole agents- for the
Take De Witt's Kidney and Bladder .United States.
pills. They promptly relieve backache! Remember the name Doan's and
and weak back. Sold by all druggists, take no other. .
Paurties io tke Pacific Coa.st
These parties leave priccipal Burlington Route stations almost every day,
and they are personally conducted by a Burlington representative through
to California. It is his Inisiness to ralieve the members of the party of the
worries and inconveniences ordinarly incident to a trip of this kind when
made alone, and to assist in every way in making the trip both pleasant
and interesting. . .
A nplendid opportunity to travel In
roinfurl anil nllb roncrnlal eompaay.
Let me tell you. all about these par
ties and also give you a fine map of
! lifiliilt' j
F. A. RIDDELL.
Agent C, B. & Q. Railway.
Trirahoae, Olf 80. Teles-aoae, Hew C17