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THE AUGTJS, TnUESDAT, 7, 1903.
i Thosq who have used salts, castor oil, and the
many home and manufactured purgatives, know
that in such treatment there is no possibility
of cure from constipation. These remedies are
at most physics and do absolutely no good.
In fact they frequently provoke piles, fistula,
female disorders and many cases of appen-
dicitis are traceable, to their use.
Soon the ordinary doses of these
physics fail to have any
t, "Pn the
ani .noturM ml Morul.
ever known for constipation. It Is guaranteed to cure you. Large
ample bottle sent free to any address on recei pt of 10 cts. for postage by
Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, 111. Send your druggist' name.
AUdruavisttiell JtuW$ Grape Tonio at 60 cents a bottle.
Many who formerly smoked
THB T BAT BUCKS' GOIDB.
CHICAGO. RviCK ISLAND
KJ APaclflc Hallway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
nue, or c , R. L P. aepot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty
Pecrla branch depot, foot of
Twj itletb. street. Frank H. Plummer, u. P. a,
Denver Limited & Omaiaa. .
Fv Worth, Denver & K. C.
Davenport & Chicago
tOraaha & Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Des Moines & Omaha
Denver. .Lincoln & Omaha.
Dos Moines Express
8S. Paul& Minneapolis....
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C.
Kansas Clty.St Joe & Calif.
IKock Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Motors
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines
tovoar Rpids. Tipton
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- BOCK ISLAND AND P BOB I A DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
' ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue & minutes in advance of time given.
i-ooria. teprlngHeld, St. L.,
t$: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
bagton, St. Louis
Cable A Sherrard Accom.
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Arrival. tPeparture iDally. except Sun
day. Phone West 1063. West 1128, West 1423.
' Qulncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
St. Louis, Springfield
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mendota and
Bt. Louts, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Eterllng and points in
termediate Dubuque, Clinton,- Ls
Crosee, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
s. Stop at Hock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
Telephone 11 da
& St. Paul Railway. IX,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at toot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois' side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
AU trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
TRAIM8. I LSAV ABRIV.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas- j
aenger 11:50 am
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 3:30 pm,
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am! 8:47 pm
Freeport Express 3:45 pm; 11:40 am
AU trains dally except Sundav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 am. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
-j,Tf - ;
ACMK PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
ratine. New Koston. Keithsburc. Oauaw-
ka and liurlington.
The Steamer - W. YOUNG, JR.
Every Monday, Wt i ; and Friday at 4
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse,
St. Paul and points between, STEAMER-DUBUQUE,
May 3, at 12 noon.
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
fiaa cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of UU
vols. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
rrtto tor BtmaMwi. CAPJVEKS, IU
There never was a case
would not cure. First, Mull's Grape Tonio is unlike any
other treatment for constipation. It Is the greatest and
most positive laxative known. But that Isn't what cures.
It is the tonic properties of the grape and other fruits
that strengthen the worn-out muscles of the intestinal
tract Mi.ir C.racn Tonio builds flesh, makes streneth
Mull's Grace Tonic is the finest thing
10? Ciars now smoke
Tor six yrarw I wits a victim ofdys
pepMia in its worst form. I could eat nothintr
but mill: toast, ntiil ut times my htomach would
not retain und digest even thtit. Last March I
began taK'insf CASt'AKKTS nntl since then I
gave Kteatiily Improved, until I am us well as I
ever wad in iny life."
David II. Murphy, Newark, O.
Plcannnt. Pnlntcbl". P'tnt,. Taste O.-wxl. " TH
GockI. Never Slrkca, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, Sjc, 50c.
Mrrllnc RrmrAj Com fhlra-o, lloatrral, Srw York. 311
I.U'IUuAiJ .-isi, tofl'iai Tobacco Uabit.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on U3 before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be tirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Platinum filling ,
Gold fillings, (1 and up
Gold crowns, 4 to ( . . .
Set of teeth, $5 and up. .
15 set of teeth for. . . .
. ... 25c
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'a Drug Store.
A chance is all any fair-minded
If lie is a farmer, his idea of
:t chance is: llood soil, fair
prices for land, g-ood climate
and a sufficient rainfall.
At the present time Oklaho
ma comes nearer illlinpf these
requirements than any other
section of the United Slates.
See for yourself. v
Ilomeseekers' excursions May
5 and 19; one fare, plus $2, for
the round trip.
F. H. PLUMHER..
C. P. A., Itock Island.
XfS1 Dv" C AT H A RT '-J
The supervisors Tuesday after
noon named the following' county of
ficers for the ensuing year, their ten
ure beginning .June 1: Overseer of
the poor, H. Kvans; county physic
ian. Dr. K. S. Jlowmnn; janitor of
court house, Andrew Werthmann; as
sistant janitor, Ico Traenkle: audi
tor's clerk, Fred C. Naeve. All of the
above are reappointed.
At 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
at the city hall, occurred the mar
riage of Henry Carstens, edg-eman at
the Christ Mueller Lumber mill, and
Miss Annie Mandelkow, of Avoca, la.
Justice S. A. Finger performed the
ceremony. The couple will make their
home on Fifth and Uipley streets af
ter May 15.
The board of health met at the city
hall Tuesday afternoon, and attended
to a mass of petitions and other mat
ters. For one thing it took official
cognizance :f the fact that smallpox
is extinct here, there being not a case
in the city in any stage, as far as
The police yesterday afternoon
placed under arrest the man Knott,
vtho was recently arrested ami sen
tenced for the theft of kindling wood
on Kighlh and Gaines street. At the
time of his hearing the man startled
the judge with his code of ethics.
He stated the police had no authori
ty to arrest anybody, unless he had
stolon goods which exceeded in value
the amount of $."5, Since his release
from jail the man has shown violence
to his family on several occasions,
and once threatened to kill them.
They complained to the chief, who or
dered his arrest yesterday. An in
formation charging insanity will be
tiled against him.
William Turk, the Moline colored
man. who was arrested upon the com
plaint of John J. Mannix. i-haruinir
him with assault with a brick near
the alley on Perry street north of
Fifth street, after the show at the
Kurt is was over Sunday night, was
released in Justice IJoihlewig's court
Tuesday afternoon. The justice de
cided that the evidence was insuffi
cient to convict. The negro had two
attorneys, AV. (1. Mott and Charles T.
Cooper, and had half a dozen colored
witnesses, who swore he wasn't there
at the time. His alibi was resisted
only by Minnix's unsupported testi
mony to the effect that he fully iden
tified Turk as the coon who assaulted
him. and by Officer Shanley who made
the arrest upon the description given
hint bv Mannix.
Dr. Stokes was called Sunday after
noon to attend Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Hass and Mrs. Hass son, Koy Chase,
who reside in flat 1 in Forrest block.
The family had for dinner coffee
which had become poisoned accident
ally .The coffee pot resting on a pan
try shelf become sprinkled with rough
on rats which was on a higher shelf.
Some accident caused the poison to
upset, allowing a portion of it to fall
into the pot. The three persons were
(iiite ill, but are now out of danger.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Sherrard, May 7. Joseph Davison
and mother went to Superior last
Thursday to attend the funeral of a
George Somerson and Mr. McKeag,
of Coal Valley, were here Saturday on
Mrs. Mary St. John, who has been
visiting near Kansas City since Feb-
If winter left
you "all run down
wind op with
That will "set you going."
FIT gallons for 25 cents.
Charles E. Hlrai Co.,
It's Quality That Counts
In. coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or nnburnables. . The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things -we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
ruarv, returned to Sherrard Tues
Ed lieck went to Peoria this
eek to attend the grand lodsre of A.
Joe IJowe moved his family from
Coal Valley to Sherrard Friday.
Mr. Heatty, Mr. KeynolJs and John
Wilson, the head officials of the
miner's union, and Robert Lee, of
Itock Island, were in Sherrard and
Cable Tuesday on business.
Will Haddick and wife and son, of
Cable, " visited with relatives and
friends in Sherrard Sunday.
Mrs. George lllingsworth and son,
of St. Louis, came Saturday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P.ev
eridge and sisters. Mrs. Gurney Far
row and Mrs. Jessie llaigh, for two
or three weeks.
Miss Emma Hocker went to Kewa
nee and Colchester for a two weeks'
visit last Thursday.
William Stone returned home last
Wednesday from Springfield, where
he went to pass examination for mine
inspector. Chris Hell and John Hall
also went. They returned last Fri
day. James Tompkins and wife and Is
aac Edwards and wife went to Wan
lock last Thursday to attend the fu
neral of their brother-in-law. John G.
Frost, who was accidentally killed
last Wednesday evening.
Jacob Clark, of Hock Island, was
called out to Cable on account of the
death of his father, Peter Clark, who
died there last Monday and was buried
Quite a bit of sickness such as the
mumps and grippe prevails in this
John Omelia and Hugh Gorman at
tended the funeral of Peter Clark at
Cable lest Wednesday.
Mr. Haist and daughter, of Free
port, came from there Tuesday and
will now make their home with Hev.
Haist, of Sherrard.
Jonathan Illankensapp and family,
of Kewanee, visited relatics last
Foster, May 7. Miss Mae Reynolds
is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Oakley Me
Ginnis anil Mrs. Grant Leech, of Buf
Miss Anna Molis and Fred Schaf
nit, of Muscatine, were guests of Miss
Kalherine Foster Saturday evening
Mr. 'and Mrs. Willam Kiithcnberg.
who recently moved to Muscatine,
mourn the loss of their infant baby.
The remains were taken to Illinois
City Monday for interment.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fehiman have
inited a large number of their
friends to assist them in celebrating
their -.1th wedding anniversary at
their home Tuesday evening.
Quarterly meeting services were
held at the German M. E. church Sun
day, conducted by the elder.
Mrs. Dinz, of Nebraska, is enjoy
ing a visit here with old acquaint
ances. Mrs. Dalstroin. who has been visit
ing her daughter in Moline. arrived
here last week for a visit with her
daughter. Mrs. Gustaf Anderson.
Rev. C. L. Flanders went to Mars
ton Sunday, where he held services,
morning and evenng.
Miss Pearl Dowser visited friends
and relatives in Muscatine Saturday
Miss Florence LcQuatfe returned to
Muscatine Sunday afternoon after a
short visit with relatives.
Elbert McGreer is hauling lumber
for a new barn. Xyenhaus, of Musca
tine, has the contract for the build
ing. Misses Lucy and Kate Watson and
brother Joe and William Freyermuth
were in attendance at the marrage of
their cousin. George Daut to Miss Nel
lie Koehler, the wedding occurring at
the home of the bride in Muscatine
last. Tuesday evening.
Quite a number of our people ex
pect to attend the play. "The Cuban
Spy." to be given at Elia tomorrow
evening. The play is under supervis
ion of Mrs. Miller, of Edgington and
the actors in the play are young peo
ple of that vicinity.
Cordova. May 7. George limner,
who has been working in Oklahoma
for the past year, returned home Fri
Mrs. F. L. Ege, of Moline, is visit
ing with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Myra Richards, of Port Dy
ron. spent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Edna Pell.
Miss Lorena Zimmerman has been
spending a week with friends in Al
ban3'. Earl Ege. who is attending the Au
gustana college, spent Sunday with
William and Dudley Marshall, of
Rock Island, spent Sunday with
A. D. Duvivier and family, of Chica
go, are visiting with Mrs. Duvivier's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C Humphrey.
William Forsythe was in Rock Isl
Mrs. Luther Forsythe. of Savannah,
is visiting with friends here.
Mrs. I). T. Pinneo was called to
Princeton, Iowa, by the illness of a
Many from here attended the ball
game at Port Hymn letween the In
dian nine and the Port Hyron Pines.
Miss Rose Durbin, of Moline, spent
Sunday with her parents.
Norman llathburn, of Pock Island,
is spending a few days with his moth
er, Mrs. I. Lambert.
Terrible plagues, those itching, pes
tering diseases of the skin. Put nn
end to misery. Donn's Ointment cures.
At any drug store.
now Are Twr KUmii V
I. Hobb Bprarn WU. core all kldpylUti.
lff ) Aod. bierUcX Earned? Co.. Cnwao or N. .
I M CrPi
Ailiaiimiai Is gjtaa T Jk
".ig'JiL' 1 J li .H.UMIi ji
flS i s?m. I Ilk .
l&z5$ lutZL JLSHAeej
Miss Sarah MacComb, whose hair
touches the floor when she stands erect,
says: "My hair would not reach below
my waist when I commenced using
Damlerine, and it is now over five feet
in length." (Look at her beautiful
hair and judge for yourself whether or
not she got the worth of her money.)
will be fiven
who proves that the above
photograph and testimo
nial are not absolutely
genuine and unsolicited.
The Ketail Merchants' association
Tuesihiy evening voted to petition tlte
city council to adopt a resolution
making it iniMimlent upon city em
ployes to pay' their liills more prompt
ly. A petition will be presented to
tlie hoard of education to apply to
all who receive salaries from this
liody. The purpose of the resolution
is that t"" penalty of dismissal will
hauj; out the heads of those who
drink at the public trough and are
careless about paying their indebted
ness promptly. The resolutbii adopt
ed by the merchants is a copy of
that presented at the Cialesburjr coun
cil in T.'Ol, in response to which the
council adopted this rule. The (lales-bur"-
petition was signed by 20 names
of mercantile men, professional men
Third warders interested in a city
beautiful met at the home of YV. II.
llillhouse Tuesday evening and dis
cussed plans for the sprint;- and sum
mer work. The main talk was on the
Sixth avenue sweeper nuisance, and
plans are beinjf considered for clean
ing the street in some other w:ay. It
is felt that the residents will not take
any interest in painting their houses
or beautifying or cleaning' their
places so long as a sweeper is used
that throws as much dust as does the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank (!ates Allen ar
rived home Tuesday evening from
their tour abroad.. I'pon their arrival
at their home. "Allendale," they found
a company or relatives assembled to
welcome Ihem. and the evening was
most enjoyably spent in listening to
the tourists recount their experiences
while in Kgvpt. many of which were
interesting1 and uniiie.
Kllen Carolina Swanson died yes
terday morning at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Albert Swedburg, 812
Seventeenth street. She was born
.Tune 1. 1SS1, in Sweden nntl came
to America in IS!)'.). She was a mem
ber of the Swedish I'.aptist church
and an active worker In the Young
People's society of that church and
had many friends. One brother and
one sister survive in Moline and the
rn rents, three brothes and one sis
ter in Sweden.
A. .1. Smith, the contractor who is
at present building a house forCeorge
Henson. the grocer, fell Tuesday with
a breaking scaffold, spraining ami dis
locating his right ankle. Mr. Smith
is very unfortunate, having just re
covered from a broken arm.
Col. J. U. Hodman, the l'ort Sheri
dan army officer now out on his in
spection tour incident to placing the
state militia tinder the direct con
trol of the regular army as provided
for in the. famous Dick bill. Tuesday
evening visited Moline and inspected
the local soldiers of Company r, 0th
regiment. Illinois . National (iuard.
('apt. M. If. Lyon. had some 4.") men in
line who were put through a stiff
drill and then the arms and accou
trements were inspected. The in
spection also marked the opening of
the new quarters in the Skinner an
Mvron Jordan has opened an ofliee
in connection with the East Moline
ibew ykios mmn.
The above photograph of Miss Frances Marie
Knowlton shows what care, persistence and a good
hair invigorating tonic will do in the way of pro
ducing hair. 1 his little girl has had Danderine
applied to her hair and scalp regularly ever since
she was three months of age, with the result that
she now has the longest and most beautiful head
of hair ever possessed by a child of her age.
Frances Marie is the daughter of lr. E. W. Knowl
ton, the discoverer of Danderine, 080 Garfield boul.,
Chicago. The doctor says that her hair continues
to grow very rapi.lly and he is sure it will be long
enough to touch the floor when she stands erect by
the time she is four years old.
PROOF OF MERIT 1
IS IT NOT?
To show how quickly Hanrlprlno acts wo will send a larc sample freo by return mail to anyone who sends this
advertisement to the KNOWLTON bANDERINB COflPANY. CHICAGO, with their name and undress and 10 cts.
in silver or stamps to pay postage. NOW at all druggists iu three sizes, 25c, 50c. and SI.OO l;r bottle.
For Sale by the Harper House Pharmacy.
company in suite b). MeKinnie block.
Mr. .Ionian h:s been selected as resi
dent agent for the I'.ast Moline com
pany's properties in the new townsite
and will also handle other invest
ments. At the meeting of the grand lodge
r-f the I'nited Order of Workmen yes
terday, Moline was selected as the
place for holding the biennial conven
tion of the order in Illinois in 'M."i.
With the grand lodge goes the ladies"
auxiliary order, so that at least a
thousand visitors mav be expected in
.Moline at the time of the meeling.
Prof. Adolph Opp nheimer. director
of physical culture in the Moline
schools, announces that the grade
schools will have a field meet this
spring. For the last four years these
lit Id day exercises have been interest
ing features both to the parents and
teachers who are always iu large at
tendance, and the meet is most en
thusiastically carried on by ptipiK.
The date has not jet been definitely
decided upon, but the loth of May will
probably see the fete. It is to be
pulled off at the Athletic Field and
the Washington. Irxirg and Willard
schools will compete. Here is the list
of events: I Soys High jctnp. T.Vyard
dash. (-lb shot put. 400-yard relay race.
Oirls ,10-yard dash, wand throw, 400
vard relav race.
The Kent Liniment.
"I have derived great benetit from
the use of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
for rheumatism and lumbago," says
Mrs. Anna Hagclgans. of Tuckahoe,
". .J. "My husband used it for a
sprained back and was also quickly
relieved. In fact, it is the best family
liniment I hae ever used. I would
not think of being without it. I hae
recommended it to many and they al
ways speak ery highly of it and de
clare its merits are wonderful." For
sale by all druggists.
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t H. E. C A STEEL, L. D.
Central Trust and Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. OIOO.OOO. Four Per Gent Interest l'ald on Iei.cMilt
Trust Department j
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart-
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of J
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad- J
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Est at as. J
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others. . T
4"I"I1'I 'I"II"1' 1 I
Irock island savings bank !
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Inconioratctl Under tlie State Law. 4 Ter Cent
X Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J J. M. Euford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Grcenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1800,
and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
Miss May Dcnsmorc, now the longest
haired lady in the world, says: "I have used
your Danderine two years, and my hair lias
grown over an inch in length every month
since I commenced its use. It surely con
tains most remarkably invigorating quali
ties." (Miss Densmore writes us under re
cent date that Danderine had made her hair
grow three feet longer than it was naturally,
and is still growing.)
T H-'kam II Mmr tmurrm;
THU KNOWLTON DANDERINE CO.. Oumf. hll
Mir liu. lAU lor ftWyy''lJS7
MW9 rram mat rjr- ki ZrffZS jS'&nJ
fmrmci ntry mull fi .
Dandruff and X
Faliing Hair vanish,
before the maic toucii of a
Xcwbro's Ilcmicidc. the K
latest scientific discover'.
It kills the dandruff germs. U
Destroy the cause, you rc- li
move the effect. Kill the
dandruff crerm, and 3our
hair will grow abundantly.
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hns i-l-.in,-l my lir i'l lr -m i.tnnrnlY. nntl lett SI
iujliairuiieunJ&olt. obanuu M. Cbombeb. j
For Sale at all First-C'ass Dn-S Stores. $
For sale by T. II. Thomas, druggist.
Permanently Cured It
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
k "f N Pit! ftlW Artt Ay tu.
i OOrLTATTO-. Mnrnl or inaJL tr-tlt mol
s tiaij uonxE fj:ke
lj Fermancnt Cure, iy -p-7 tMf, for il
P 1 Nnwi't i)iiii-i, pilor7, Bpcwiu, St.Vitns
r S Dance, Debility , iJxIiuUon. hoawicrfla.L.
R-H.KLIHfLLt1.931 rch St.. Philadelphia.
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold in built.
Beware of the dealer who tries to seu
"something Jast ts eoodL"
Ill w n
H. D. EIMMON,
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11. It. Cable,
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. Euf ord,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.