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THE AUGUS, SATURDAY,. MAY 23, 1903.
Three Months Service will be Given FREE to oJl i
Invalids who call Before June 30.
A staff of eminent physicians and surgeons from the l'acific'Med
ieal Institute have decided to establish a permanent office of . the In
stitution in lloek Island. A location has been secured at 2225 Fourth
avenue (nc$r Twenty-third street).
These doctors have decided to give their services entirely free for
three months (medicines excepted) to all invalids who call upon them
for treatment before June ISO. .
These services consist not only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all 'minor surgical operations.
.. . The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and per
sonally acquainted with thesiely and afflicted, and under no condi
tions will any charge be made for tony services rendered for three
months to all who call before June l0.
The doctors treat all forms of disease and guarantee a cure in
every ease- they undertake. You will be thoroughly examined; if in
curable you are frankly and kindly told so
Diseases of the bladder, kidneys, stomach and liver, lungs, heart,
blood, skin anil nerves are positively cured by their new treatment.
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ean be purchased at City
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nue, or C , R. X. & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tblrty-
Peorla branch depot, foot or
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T 4:au pm
BOCK ISLAND AND PEOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Pitta
avenue 5 minutes in advance or time given.
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Arrival, t'epartir-s Da'Jy. except Sun
flay. Phone West 1083. West 1128. West 1423.
CHICAGO, BUKL1NOTON A
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
LtAVi. A RBI V .
6:45 am 8:35 am
rfl:45 am t0:35 am
87:2Spni 7:10 pm
t7:23 pm t7:10 pm
87:40 pm 15:25 am
7:00 am 7.-00 pm
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St. Louis, SprlutrtJeid
Galeeburg, Peoria auC
Sterling. Mendota anfi
St Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and polcti in
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, ft. Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Ciinton and Intermediate
s. step at Rock Island 25 minutes lor meals.
Daily. DaUy except Sunday.
C1HICA.GO. MIL W ACKKE
J & St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot 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 rur
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains fill connect at Savanna for point
east and wet.
TBAIMS. LSAV ARBIVS.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 11:50 am
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 3:30 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am; 8:47 pm
Freeport Fxpress,... . ..... 3:45 pm! 11:40 am
All trains dally except Husdav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the rtver
ACMEI'ACKTSTCO Dally line to Clinton i
and all points letween. I
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3: IS.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO, For Mus
catine. New Boston, Kelthsburg, Oquaw
ga and Burlington.
The Steamer J. W. YOUNG, JR.
Every Monday, Wedneseay and Frtuay at 4
"fflt CLD Till j.- LL wnrrs oh trt
For Clinton, Dnbuqm, La Crosse,
St. Paul and points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, Mav 2?,, at 10 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
Office: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
ephones: Old 1105, new 6105.
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If yon are in need ot dantal work
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Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 2SC
Platinnm filling BOC
Silver fillings. 7; "V rT. '"SOc
Gold fillings, $1 and up $1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, ?5 and up 5.00
15 set of teeth for 10.00
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111 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
.losie Wells, a colored girl living1 in
Hock Island, was arrested Thursday
night by Officer. Rhanley for disturb
ing the peace and yesterday morning
nhe was fined $5 and costs. The olK
cer caught tlie woman on East Fifth
street in an intoxicated condition and
tried to tend her home, but she
showed light. A water pipe ran near
and the woman grabbed this to hold
herself. .She. pulled tc hard that the
pipe bruke and the oflicer thinking a
good dose of the aqua would do her
good, held her head under the pipe
until she had received a thorough
soaking. She was willing to quit long
before the officer was uud in the
morning was as meek as a lamb.
Invitations are out for the mar
riage of .Miss Anna Ihirmcistcr,
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Christ Jlur
meister, of West SeconiT street,
and JiiI'his L. Schocudelin, of Third
and Division streets. It will be sol
emnized at St. Mary's church Wednes
day morning, dune 3, Uev. ,1. 1. Hvan
otliciating. A reception at Killer's
hall in the evening will follow the
breakfast in the morning and the
home celebration in the afternoon.
Dr. .1. 15. Porter found a man su tier
ing from the smallpox in the Wind
sor hotel Thursday siml reported the
case to the health authorities. The
sufferer is 11. F. Uobinson, aged .
years, and he has been removed to
St. Hoberts hospital, while the hotel
has been thoroughly fumigated and
Martha K. Yoeum. widow of Cal.
Yoeuin, who lost his life in the hotel
tire in Chicago last December,
through her attorneys, Wilson &
(Jrilk. has entered uit against the
grand lodge of the Iowa Legion of
lienor for the recovery of $-000. al
leged to be due upon a, certificate of
insurance held by her husband in
that order. The plaintiff alleges that
the deceased joined -the order in fsS()
anil remained a member in good
standing until his death. On the re
quest of-tffl organization she alleges
that she furnished proof of death,
but des-pite this the lodge refuses to
pay the amount of the - certificate.
Wherefore she asks judgment.
Memorial day of Uie local lodges of
the Woodmen of the World will be
held in this city dune 7. It will be
held under the auspices of Carnival
camp. No. 1. W. (). V.. and the mas
ter of ceremonies will be W. II. An
thony. The speakers selected are
Fred C. Naeve, H. .1. McFarland and
Charles T. Cooper. The committee in
charge c.f the memorial sen ices is
composed of Messrs. Harry Morris.
W. C. Ij. Thompson. Klmer Osphend,
(Jeorgv K. Hall ami II. .1. McXera.
The committee in chm-ji -.. th -
oration of graves is Paul T. MeStceu
and 1). b. Albaugh. The graves will
be decorated in the forenoon at the
various cemeteries in the city. In the
.afternoon the Woodmen will unveil
At his home, l.i'.V.i Fulton avenue
at i) chick inurstiav evening, occur
red the death of .laines'Porter, a na
tive of Donegal, Ireland, in the T'.Uh
year of his age. Deceased was born
lliristmas day, 124. and came to
America when a young man, and to
Scott county in ls4. In 1S.11 he was
married to Miss Rebecca Moore.
They had, six children, four of whom
survive: .lames A. Porter, of Petten-
tlorf; Mrs. Marv .1. Pishop, of Des
Moines; Mrs. Kebeeea Dixon and
Martha M. Porter, of this citv.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Hart., of I2.'H)
West Seventh street, are mourning
the Hss of their 7-year-old daughter,
Hilda, who passed away Thursday
forenoon. The funeral will be held
at. 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from
the parents' residence, with inter
ment at Fairmount cemetery.
Hans PJagnian, one of the oldest
esidents of Scott eniutv, passed
nwav at Morbonia hospital vesfertlav
lnorniiiir. Deceased was HG vears of
nge and was born in Holstein. (ier-
inany. He came to Scntt eonntv in
1S4S, w here he has since, resided. He
lived on a farm near Mt. Joy until
nine years ago. when he moved to
ueaitn at uomo m
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member of the family. -'IfIf
You should have a bottle of
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Cincho Relief Tonic
on hand. Cures
Colic Lnd Chills.
At all Druggists 25c.
II On'f-.J Jr 1 "a..--.
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1 -' 1 trtm tb blood, MMbM tk tblnt
ft!". 1 ul plfMN thm paUut. A packmna 1, 1
7V 1 BtkH flo irmlloaii. rrrwhero f -w '
i Ii 'i'V or b' ma"' Joe- B"" of lmttUoBi, .I'V''"-
Davenport. The wife died nine years
ago, but 11 children survive. They
are Charles Fillers, who is a step-son,
Mrs. Kmma llaber, William, Henry,
Alvina, Adolph, llelma,' Meta and Au
gusta Flagman und Mrs. Carrie Wal
lace. The funeral will be held Sun
day at 2 p. m. at the home of the
son. Adiolph Plagman, of 1500 Wes-t
Fighth street, and the interment will
be at Pine Hill cemetery.
At about 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon Frank Partels, riding westward
tn a Third street car, decried, when
the car was between the woolen mills
and the Knostman-Petersen Furni
ture company's plant, on the Fast
Hiver road, what- seemed to him to
be the body of a human being ttoating
in the river. He told his suspicions to
several other men and an investiga
tion was started. The body was plain
ly to oe seen from the river bank,
and by means of a skitT it was res
cued from the water and found to be
that of tilenn Derrick, the l:!-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. (icorge F. Der
rick, who was drowned while swim
ming' just below the pumping station
Tuesday afternoon. The first and
generally .accepted story of the
drowning was that a pair of overalls
which he wore in lieu of a bathing
suit had slipped dkvn about his legs
and so tangled his feet that it was
impossible for him to swim-or save
himself. This theory was dispelled in
the finding of the body, for the legs
of the garment had been cut oft' quite
short, making a pair of swimming
trunks, and the gr.rment was still
about his waist, every indication be
ing that the lad was taken with
cramps, rendering him helpless. The
cold condition of the water adds
weight to this theory. An inquest
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The regular school recitation for
the seniors en diet I yesterday, except in
a few classes that will take review
work before the final examination.
The school met in general assembly
at noon. The first year music class
treated the school to a selection, an 1
Principal Drown addressed a few
words of farewell to the seniors. He
took up the object and advantages of
a high school education, closing with
a. caution not to expect too great re
turns at once.
The tinal examination for th se
niors will begin Monday and continue
through the week. The examinations
for the lower classes will begin Wed
nesday, the 27th. ami end June ::. The
schedule has not been made out yet.
The reservation of seats for com
mencement will take place after
.-chool Momhiy. Fach of the seniors
is entitled to In tickets, the rest being
Isold to help tlcfrwy the expense. There
is always a great demand! "for seats
on this occasion, and the appearances
are that the demand this year will ex
ceed all former ones.
Tho vi ni)liitiMit:irv tifkt-ts for llu
junior rt't-epl ion will ) rivtn out the
iii,t of tin wt't'k. Km-h inrmhiT of
tlio junior fl.is is ii1itlf(l to two,
fach senior to one, and eaeh member
of the rrat!uat injr elass of Iaenport
tvill reeeive out". 'I'he junior ciiniinit
tee is making rreat prejiaratiotis for
the reeeption this year, ant! intends
to make it ;i strand siieeess.
Kiirlit of llie senior jjirls last e'ii
injr entertained their pent lctnr-n
friends at supper at the Tower. The
following composed tlie partv: Klsa
Simon, Mae Liddors, Mvrtlt? B;irler.
Adelia Sehoessel. Nannie Miller.
Irnia Kohn, Isabel Osborne. .Maryii
Kolin. Will Sehroeder. Will ,Snvler,
Arthur Huesinj, ( arsten IViinek, Hoy
Sears. Tom ( lark, John Mud-e and
Tom Mirliel l. The eveninjj- win spent
in diinoiii"-. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clark
son chaperoned tho party.
Tho track tram had their picture
taken. Walter Hart was elected enc
tain for next year to succeed Frank
Sullivan. KIbort Don was a close sec
ond for captaincy. Those who appear
on the picture are: Captain Frank
Sullivan, Captain-elect Walter Mart,
t'oaeh Kent, Manager Edson Stone.
Ka'lph Souders. oy Sears. Will
Manjui.-, Tom Clark, Elbert Don. l.-e
l.iitt, John Henderson. ' Carsten
Franck. Herman Khrhorn. Will Crif
tith, Hobert Hoffman ami Karl Ort
man. The team lias made a rood
.showing, having1 won 10 gold methils,
9 silver and 9 bronze meila's, bosides
a first and a second jdaee in relay
Kdson Stone left last evening
spend Sunday in Port Hyrnn.
A crowd of about :;) of the fresh
men enjoyed a picnic at the Tower
The grade school track and field
meet is being held this afternoon.
Students from the two upper grades
of each building are eligible, and an
interesting meet is expected. The
boys have been training this week
under Conch Kent and the high school
boys, and will no doubt make a good
showing. The track men of the high
school are acting in the, capacity of
officials. 1 he order of events is as
follows: Fifty-yard dash, shot-put,
loo-yard dash, one-half mile bicycle
race. 220-yard dash, discus throw, 440
yard run, running high jump, one-
half mile run. running broad jump,
and a one-half mile -relay race, each
team to consist of four men, running
220 yards each. There are no prelim
inaries in any of the events, three
men being allowed to enter from each
Mo1ines Y. M. C. A. building1 was
dedicated Thursday with an inspec
tion during the day and a program
of musie and. addresses in the even
ing. Secretary Hanks and the other
ofticers of tho association had labored
tMirly and late to place the building in
condition for the notable event, and
its appearance to the visitors was in
viting and attractive. The various
rooms of the well-planned structure
was thrown open for the visitors to
observe the class of work that the lo
cal branch of this great philanthropic
work proposes to carry on, and of
fices, reading and class rooms, gym
nasium, auditorium, bath rooms, in
fact the entire equipment revealed a
variety of features little appreciated
by tlie general public.
Kudolphus Hicks camp of Spanish
War Veterans hiis elected the follow
ing ofticers: Commander, Edward
Kittilsen; senior vice commander, F.
L. Emory; junior vice commander,
Percy Winans; adjutant, Fred Mcintosh-
quartermaster, George Cibbs;
chaplain, Myron Jordan; otlicer of the
day, Charles A. Larson; otlicer of thf
guard, Jacob Clair. It ts the intention
of the camp to hold special Memorial
exercises in one of the churches the
Sunday after Memorial day.
Twenty-one Austrians stood at the
money, order window at the postofiicc
Thursday getting orders to bo sent to
one place in Pennsylvania. They were
men who are working at the new
simps in tho grading force. They
took orders to the amount of $.S.",
an average nearly of i?2S each. This
is not tho first occurrence of tho
kind. These men come down from the
shops in droves and till the money
order office getting large amounts of
money ami sending it to the same
place. The amount that has gone is
something very large. It would look
as though they had been brought to
this country under contract ami were
now paying tho men who brought
them the passage jimney. This is
contrary to the immigration laws but
mimic method has undoubtedly been
found by which these laws are evaded.
There has been an unusually large
emigration in the last ten months and
the immigration agents are mi doubt
responsible for the larger part of it.
They find tho people, and especially
the undesirable people of Europe,
very anxious to get to the I'nitetl
States, and they can get all they
want to come under the offers they
can make them.
On account of some misunderstand
ing in regard to the date a difToroice
has arisen as to whether the election
of officers for Company F, which was
held Thursday evening at the armory,
will be legal or not. Waller Shadle
Hvas elcMe 1 first lieutenant asra'inst
(Icorge Gibbs and Charles Laurin was
elected second lieutenant over John
Lyon. It seems that the election was
first ordered for May 1 but on ac
count of some other meeting ("apt.
Lyon had tlie meeting postponed by
putting a notice in the evening papers.
Some of the boys did not see the no
tice of postponement and went to
the armory and proceeded to have the
Oflice men of the city have agreed to
close their place of business every
evening during the summer at C:o0
except Wednesday and Saturday even
Teachers to serve in the public
schools of the city next year were aj
pointed by the board of education at
a sptfeial meeting Thursday evening.
The personnel is but slightly changed
from that of the corps of the year
just closing, despite the wild reports
of the trovastation which (lipid had
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Cholera Infantum riles
Dysentery Uyunlng Sores
Diarrhea Skin Diseases
Dandruff Pore Throat
Eczema . Stomach Troubles
Erysipelas . Salt Rheum
Fevers all kinds Tuberculosis
Gall Stones Tumors
Impure Blood Women's Diseases
All diseases that begin with fever all
inflammation all catarrh, in any part of
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111 East Third Street,
to use their nan-es as reference
2723 Sixth Ave.. Rock Island
147 Division St., Davenport
Rural Route No. 1. Davenport
1023 W. Third St.. Davenport
Rural Route No. 1, Moline
1218 W. Locust St., Davenport
431 Second St., Davenport
Rural Route No. 5. Davenport
Pleasant Valley, Iowa
Rural Route No. S. Davenport
518 W. Fourth St.. Davenport
No. 1. Jersey Ridge, Davenport
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOK KENT Five-room cottage with mod
ern improvements at 2sf;i Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire at Soe Fifth avenue.
WANTED-Position by voung lady book
keeper and stenographer. Ksperienced.
References given. Address --C. 11.,'' care
WANTED Three traveling men by reliab'e
house . Experience unnecessary. No
canvasslnr. Special worn, sped ivropii-
.Uim anions kvcciai people. fT;ir!f ! t
venses ami o mniission. Abbott company,'
3" Wabash, Chicago
FOK SALE-("heap, bedroom and toilet sets
and tableware. Inquire at once at 10 3
FOR SALE Cheap, a good, sound driving
horse, weighs aoout SKJ pounds. Ila.
and narness. Inquire at CJ1 Thirty-null
From a Ct Scratch
on the arm to the worst sort of a
burn, sore or boil, l)e Witt's Witch Ha
zel Salve is a quick cure. In buying
Witch Hazel Salve be particular to
get Dc Wilt's this is the salve that
heals without leaving a tear. A spe
cific for blind, bleeding, itching and
prot ruding piles.
Sold by Harper house drug store;
A. .1. Kiess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue an-1 Twenty-seventh street.
Mine. Kato.i. the noted beauty and
singer, sa.vs: "My face is much fair
er, the rose deepens in my cheeks, my
eyes grow brighter since taking
Kocky Mountain Tea. 155c. T. 11.
the bodv' all contagious diseases all the
results of impure or poisoned llood.
To prove to you what Liquozone can
do we will gladly furnish the first bottle
free. Simply fill out this coupon and we
will mail you an order on your druggist
for the bottle, instructing him to charge
it to us.
Do this for your own sakt; if you are
not convinced; for every Ixxly at some
time suffers from germs. You will never
live in a house without Liquozone after
you try it.
All druggists sell two sizes of Liquozone
5octs, and $1.00.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
for this offer may not appear sprain. Fill out
the blanks and mail it to the Liquid Ozone
Co., E. Klnzle St., Chicago. 4
I am troubled with .
I have never tried T.liiuozone, but if you
will supply me a 50c. bottle free I will take It.
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