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THE ABGrTTS, WEDNESDAY. MAY 25. 1904.
Whiskey and Beer Habit PERMANENTLY CURED BY 1 1 ORRINE, ABSOLUTELY SAFE, SURE AND HARMLESS. Ptxyalciaa.s pronounce drunkenness a disease of the nervous system, creating a morbid CraTinp for a stimn'.ant. Contianed indulgence in whiskey, beer or wine eats away the stomach lining- and stupefies the digestive organs, thus destroying the digestion and raining the health. Mo "will power" can heal the inflamed stomach membranes. "ORRINE " permanently removes the craving for liqnor by acting directly on the affected nerves, restoring the stomach and digestive organs to normal conditions, improving the appetite and restoring the health. Can be given secretly it desired. Cure Effected or Money Refunded. Ask your druggist -ahem you. knowwhzX he thinks of ORRIVE; 'he will indorse oar statements as truthful in every respect. If ORRINE fails to care we will refund you every penny paid for it as cheerfully as we took it. No Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity! No Absence from home or loss of time! Mothers, wives and sisters, you cannot cure those who are afflicted with this most terrible of all diseases by your fervent prayers, or eyes red with tears, nor by your hope that they may stop drinking. It can be done only with ORRINE. You ha.e the remedy will you use it ? If you desire to cure without the knowledge of the patient, buy ORRINE No. 1; if the patient desires to be cured of his own free will, buy ORRINE No. 2. Full directions found in each package. Price f I per box. va We will gladly furnish a treatment free of cost to any physician 5jPr lw3C" to demonstrate that Orrine is a positive specific for drunkenness. All Correspondence Confidential. For free book Treatise on Drunkenness and bow to Cure it write tc THE ORRINE CO., INC.. WASHINGTON, D. C, or call on H. 0. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy INSTALLMENT HOUSES With a small payment down, the following1 properties will be sold on monthly installments no greater than a fair rental. No. 701 Third street, 4 rooms $1,000 No. 100G Fifth avenue, 5 rooms 000 Nos. 1000 and 1002 Third avenue, 2 flats, 2 stores and small house 0,000 No. 230 Thirteenth street, 9 rooms 3,000 No. 2935 Thirteenth ave nue, 5 rooms 1.100 No. 3132 .Ninth avenue, 4 rooms 800 No. 1309 Thirty-sixth street, 5 rooms - 1,100 Also several houses in Moline in Hock Island and Moline. E. H. GUVER, Mitchell 6. Telephone Old west Chicago Dental Company FOR YOU. If yon are in need of dental work, call on us before going elsewhere, as ws can save you money. We use nothing but the best of material, and our work is guaranteed to be first lass In every respect. If ycu are :n Deed of a set of teeth, call and see our thin el stic plate. We guarantee it to fit in all eases and when all others have failed. We never ask jou more than our prices below: CLEANING FREE. Cement fillings $ .25 Bone filling 25 Platinum filling 50 Silver fillings 50 Gold fillings, $1 and up 1.00 Cold crowns, $4 to $5 4.00 Bet of teeth, $5 and up 5.00 II set of teeth for 10.00 Permanent location: Office 1607 Second Ave. ROCK ISLAND. OVER SEIDLL'S DRUG STORE. It's a Pleasure To Smoke a good cigar. If you have not tried our cigars you have jet to learn whst really good cigars re. Poor Cigars are never permitted to form a part of our stock. If you want something nice in cigars, tobac co, pipes and smoker's articles, five us a call. S. H. Arndt & Co., Bengston Block, 1706 Second At. 1 No. 1137 Thirty-eighth street, 4 rooms 1,300 No. 111 Thirty-eighth street. 12 rooms 4,500 No. 1125 Thirty-seventh street. 7 rooms 1,300 No. 1332 Fort y-second street, 5 rooms 1,150 No. 4425 Eighteenth ave nue, 7 rooms 2,000 No. 82.1 Forty-second street, 0 rooms 1,800 No. 002 Fortieth street, 6 rooms 2,300 No. 4425 Seventh avenue, 9 rooms 3,200 and most desirable residence lots Lynde Bldg.. Rock Island 13S9, new 0055. INSURANCE Charles E. Hodgson, Firo Insurance Agency. Established 1874. American Ins. Co Newark, N. J. Continental New York Agricultural New York Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, 111. Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa. Rockford Ins. Co Rockford, 111. Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn. Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111. Office, room 3, Buf ord block. Rates a low as consistent with reeurity. J. M. BUFORD General Insurance Agent. The old fire and time-tried companies represented. Rates as low aa any reliable company an afford. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. Up Agin" a Good Thing a man is when he commence to patronize the American Steam Laundry. "The best laundry I ever struck" is what those who indulge in a little slang would say. But entre nous if you want your linen as faultless as when you first bought it, in color and finish, we will guar antee to do it to your satisfaction every time. Careful handling and artistic work are among oar up-to-date methods. American Steam Lavirvdry Twelfth StrMt Md Firth Arena. 'Phone 1238. 'DON'T Be FOOLED! Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA I fnt up In white package, manufactured excluiixely by the Madison Medicine Co.. Madisen. Wis. Sella at 35 cent, e package. All other err rank imitation and substitutes, don't risk your hearth by taking them . THEOCNUING make, etch people Well. Keen you WeB. AH Meneet Dealers sell the Genuine. HOLUSTER DRUG CO. Madisen. Wis. DAVENPORT DOTS Ira H. St. Onge and Mrs. Agnes Seott, two well-known Daveuporters, perpetrated a pleasant surprise on their friends yesterday by beisg mar ried at St. Anthony's church, by Rev. D. .1. Flannery. and leaving later on a wedding trip to Chit-ago. It was a pretty 6 oVloek wedding, with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brennan ast the attend ant, and it will be learned of by many friends of the couple with much pleas ure. Mr. t. Onge is connected with the St. Onge store, and his wife is a Davenport lady, formerly Miss Agnes liynes and later Mrs. Clarence Scott. o S. A. Weaver, who has been held to the grand jury for alleged threats and extortion of money frcm L. K. Walk er, the Princeton merchant, has filed an action to recover the sum of $13, 000 from the Princeton capitalist for the alleged alienation of his wife's af fections. He .alleges as the grounds for his action that in March. 194)4. Walker had become intimate with his wife. At that time he and his fam ily of three children, the oldest being 10 years of age, resided on Walker's property, which is known as the "Beamer" farm, and it was there that the alienation complained of occurred. J. A. Hanley appears for the plain tiff. q The investigation into the accounts of S. F. Smith is snaking progress and is keeping G. A. Mast working over time, as he is putting in several hours a day as well on his task of inspect ing the book.- of the city officers. The task of straightening Mr. Smith's ac counts will be a long and complicated one. Mortgages have been playing hide and seek between the boxes of the different estates for so long, that tracing their devious path from the date they were first entered in one of the estates until they were finally found in some other, or until they disappeared on the way. is quite a job! Mr. Smith, it has been found, was an expert bookkeeper. He kept a beautiful set of books, and he was able to make them balance perfectly, and those who have looked over his transactions feel a growing admira tion for the wonderful technique with which he was able to carry along the sadly complicated estates and conceal a shortage until it had grown to $110,- 000. A compromise has been effected in the case f Mrs. Emma Cornwall, wid ow and administrator of the estate of Lawrence Barry Cornwall, vs. the Davenport Gaa & Electric company, whereby the widow agrees to accept the sum of $.".000 from the defendant company In full for her claim. o Sunday evening at Mercy hospital, after a long illness from typhoid fe ver, occurred the death of Charles Zarnt. dr.. aged :.'T years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zarnt. of 7-7 West Eleventh street. IN THE SUBURBS. ANDALUSIA. Andalusia, May 25. Miss Anna Bur kett, of Rock Island, came down Fri day for a short visit. .Mrs. J. 11. Brookman is very ill with rheumatism. A. E. Simmons is attending court in Bock Island this week as a petit juror. Mrs. Cora Bateninn. of Kansas, ar rived Monday evening to visit her mother. Mrs. .1. Davis. The public school will close Friday with a picnic in the school yard. Miss Blanche Bnrgoyne entertained a party of young people from Rey nolds Sunday. William Strohmeier who has leen on a jearl buying trip for several week's is home for a short time. Barry Waite and wife were passen gers Sunday morning for Davenport to attend the funeral of a relative. Alec Ballard and wife. who have been isitinir relatives for some time have gone to Burlington, la. Mrs. Coznd. of Reynolds, who re sided here a number of years ago. spent several days of last week with Mrs. Holmes, Among the speakers here at Mem orial day services will be Uev. Ket tlecamp. of Taylor Ridge, and James (i. Britton. R. (I. Thonripsiin. who is at St. Francisville digging clams, came home Saturday and returned Wednesday. He Was accompanied by Mrs. Thomp son and daughter Chattie. John Kane has purchased the black smith shop and residence from the heirs of the late Helini Mosher. He has has also bought the property recently purchased by R. L. (birnon. LIGHT FROSTS DURING THE WEEK DID LITTLE DAMAGE According to the summary issued by the department of agriculture for the week ending May 2. the temperature in Illinois was low during the first half of the week, and vegetation, conse quently, made but little growth. To ward the end of the week it became warmer, with much needed sunshine. Light frot in many localities of the northern ilistrict occurred on several dasea, but little or no damage resulted. Precipitation was deficient in the northern portion, and the soil is be ginning to show the lack of moisture. In the southern ortion most of the week was showery, and farming op erations were delayed by wet condi tion of the soil. In the northern district the greater portion of the corn crop has been planted, hut in the central and south ern, not much progress was made with this week, owing to wet weather. Considerable corn on low lands will be replanted; rendered necessary by poor seed and cold, wet condition of the ground. The condition of oats is good in the northern district, and fair in the central and southern; they are report ed to be thin in the last named dis tricts. Wheat continues to improve, and it is beginning to heau in the southern district- Rye is making good growth. Meadows and pastures made rapid growth the latter part of the week, under the influence of warm sunshine. Opinions as to the condition of fruit are conflicting; it is believed, however, that the outlook for apples is good, for cherries, pears and plums, fair, qnd for peaches, very poor. It is re ported that there will be some peach es in a few- localities of the suthern portion. Strawberries are abundant and ripening rapidly. Gardens are growing slowly, as are potatoes; con siderable replanting has been done. TIPS TO TRAVELERS $1.50 to Peoria and return May 30. Spend Decoration day in Peoria; $1.50 round trip. $2.50 round trip excursion to Mil waukee May 28. Excursion to Milwaukee May 28 $2.50 round trip. Take your lunch basket and go to Peoria May 30; $1.50 round trip. If you don't go, somebody else will, on the excursion to Milwaukee May 28. Special train leaves Twentieth street depot at 7:40 a. in. for Peoria May 30; $1.50 round trip. Reserve berth for the Milwaukee ex cursion now at the commercial office of the C, M. & St. P. railway, Daven port. Are you going to Kansas City or the southwest? If so, take the South west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at 10:30 p. m., or the early morning train at 5:30. You will be assured of a pleasant and safe journey. Cheap rates to St. Louis. Mo., on ac count of the exposition via the Illinois Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best service. Quick time. Write or call on us for full information. 'City ticket office 329 Main street, Peoria, 111. G. A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M., 896. EDUCATIONAL TOUR. Peoria 111., to Wathlncton. ! C and Re turn April 33. 1904. Directed by C. R. Vandervort, prin cipal of Greeley school, Peoria; $40, the regular railroad fare, covers every necessary expense for the week, in cluding meals, sleeping car berth, board in Washington, guides, side trips, etc. Send for circular giving detailed information. Allen M. Nye, T. P. A., Big Four Route, Peoria, 111. Stop and Think If you want to go to Chicago you can take one of the C, M. & St. P. fine trains and make an easy and rap id journey. Trains for Chicago leave Kock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m., arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.; at 4:58 p. m., arriving at Chicago at 9:55 p. m., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chicago at 7:55 a ,m. NEWS IN OUTLINE. A $.",000 Bullish sheep dog has come Into possession of Byron L. Smith, of Chicago. Frank B. Trigprs. 11 years old. of Liberty ville, 111., was drowned in the Des Plaines river. Kenial I'asha, the Turkish sultan's son-in-law, and other high officials have been arrested and sent Into exile. The First National banK. of Cape May. N. J., Iihs been closed by order of the comptroller of the currency. President Lynch has boon re-elected by the Intel national typographical union by n majority of 7.0OQ. and Sec retary Branmwood by l"',000. The Virginia state building at the World's fair, n replica of Montlcello, the homo of Thomas Jefferson, has been opened to the public. While fishinc at Chicago ("har'es Bellsnor dragged the lody of an in fant male laby from the water. Extensive tests with various types of torpedoes will be begun by the navy next month at Newport and Sag Har bor. All prudes of refined sugar hare been advanced at New York 5 cents per 100 pounds. TWO KINDS OF CHILDREN Children that grow too fast and those that seem hardly to grow at all, both need Scott's Emulsion. It gives that rich vital nourishment which is the secret of all healthy growth. It rounds out the long limbs, and helps children to grow without using up all their strength in growing. Mothers ought to know more about the wonderful help which Scott's Emulsion would give their children. Well tend r ample free open reqaest SCOTT A BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York- MOLINE MENTION ! It will be remembered that when Mrs. Callie H. Howe, one of the na tional W. C. T. U. speakers was here and delivered the lecture on"The Cost of Intemperance and Who Pays It," the Moline W. C. T. I", offered a prize of $5 to the high school student who would make the best reproduction of the same in essay form. Judges were appointed whTThad no connection with the high school or the W. C. T. U. or ganization. They were Mrs. li. H. Huntoon, le. W. Y Willard and Dr. Martha Anderson. The decision was made In favor of essay No. 5, because the poiins made in it counted more than those made in No. 6. When the names belonging to the numbers were furnished by Prof. Smith, the judges became aware that Miss Al thea Ileal had been awarded the first prize and that Miss Bather Nelson had been given the second prize. Rev. W. C. Spencer, of the First Baptist church, will this year deliver the sermon to the Grand Army men. Memorial Sunday. Following the usu al custom the services will be held at '.' p. 111 . and the members of Graham 'x. the 17. V. L, the Sons of Vet erans and the women's auxiliaries to these orders will attend in bodies. o Bernard Kosenstein, brother of Lou is RoStenstein, is dead at Wheeling. V. Va. He was the only member of the Swedish Olive lodge of this city who was not of the Swedish nationality. He joined the three link's organiza tion at WheeKng, W. Va.. and on mov ing to this city became a member of the Swedish Olive bulge in which he has been a member for the past 17 years, and while living here was one of the most prominent Otld Fellows in the city. Be moved away from this city some eight years ago. o Three mope weeks will sec the com pletion of 11. A. Barnard's new boat, tinw in course of construction at the foot of Twentieth street. The wood workers have about finished their part, and as soon as a few cast ings arrive, the finishing touches will be put on. Mr. Bnrnard, John Corn wall and Jerome Magill expect to make to make a visit to St. bonis and the world's fair soon after the trial trip. The wheel has been put in place and connected, and the tiller ropes are intact, and there remain to place the last links between the engine and pic polling apparatus several gear wheels. A small gasoline engine has also been installed to furnish power for the dynamo so the ship can be lighted when the 60-horse power en gine is not in operation. o Moline skat players contemplate en tering the national skat tournament at St. Louis this summer, where nearly 2,000 players from all over the coun try will gather to Compete for rich prizes. Adorph Oppenheimer, one of the best players of the thinking card game in this city, left last evening for the "exposition city" for , a few days of sightseeing, and he will in terest himself in the matter while there. o Who will be the 200th member in the Moline encampment No. 153 is the question which is the uppermost in the minds of the members of that lodge. At a meeting held this week it was decided that the members of the lodge make a united effort to se cure 200 memtx rs for the lodge. Since July 1. 1903, the local organiza tion has been the largest in the state and the members do not propose to lose the name now. July 1 of last year the membership roll was 187 members and an attempt will be made to have 20O members bv next July L Krland Larson, residing at 2f09, Fifth avenue, died yesterday after an illness of several months duration with cancer of the stomach. He was born in Sweden, May 20. 1S46, and came to America in 1S84, settling in this city, which he has made his home ever since. He has lieen employed by Dim ock vr (iouhl for 12 years and for 20 years has worked for Deere - ( . He leaves a wife and six children who are Charles. Axel. Arthur. Victoria, Anna and Reuben. He also leaves two brothers in this .city and one living in Sweden. The funeral will be held from the home Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. C. A. Ilemborg officiating. Albert Carlson died yestertiay of consumption, at 547 Nineteenth ave nue. He was born in Sweden.and at the time of his death was 38 years of age. During his life he has followed the trade of a niolder. He was a mem ber of the I. O. O. F. at St. Charles, 111., and was eared for by the Swedish Olive lodge, of Moline. This lodge will have charge of the funeral ser vices which will be held Thursday afternoon. Loan Association Notice. The Hock Island Mutual Building'. Loan & Savings association, the eldest savings institution in this section of the state, is now issuing its 88th series of stock. Regular monthly investments will earn, if left to maturity, 8 per cent, and if withdrawn before ma turity a larger pen cent than can be obtained in any other channel for . . . , , 1 r ib. savines. All iunus are loaneu i'r iiik , building of Kock Island houses, thus giving employment to our own citi zens and thereby stimulating home trade in every channel. Mechanics in the building trades, merchants, and all citizens interested in the progress of our city will reap a double advantage through investments in this stock. E. H. GUYER, Secretary. Mitchell & Lynde Building. AN INACTIVE LIVER A CONSTIPATION HEADACHE soon set right by BEECHAM'S PILLS TO SET YOUR LIVER WORKING RIGHT is absolutely imperative if you are to get any comfort from life or nourishment from food. A torpid liver can be a very dangerous condition and should not be neglected. Few medicines act as thoroughly, promptly and safely as Beecham's Tills. They are vigorous but mild, and cause no inconvenience or nausea. TO BE RID OF CONSTIPATION There is no remedy quite as good as Beecham's Pill, not only to loosen the bowels but in the after effects. There is no binding up afterwards, as these Tills aid Nature in a natural way. Persons chronically constipated can become regular and be rid of the con sequent discomforts formerly theirs by use of BEECHAM'S TILLS. Sold Everywhere in Boxes, IOC, and 38c. frcade Cigar Store See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe. We will be pleased to show the m to you. P. J. LEE. $1,000 in cash prizes to the person sending us before June 15, 1904. The word Egg-O-See Spelled in the greatest number of ways Try how many different ways you can spell Egg-O-See and it will bo easy for you to get one of the 745 cash prizes running from $1.00 to $100. Divided as follows: To the one sending; the greatest variety of spelling: To the second sending- the greatest variety of spellings . . To the third sending tha greatest variety of spellings To the fourth sending toe greatest variety To the fifth sending the greatest variety of spellings 10.00 To the 740 sendlnir the next greatest variety of spellings $1.00 740.00 Total $1000.00 The prices will be sent out Immediately alter the close ol the contest. The competition is open to all. The only conditions being that for each five different ways of spelling Egg-O-See you must send in one of the little printed folders, same as used in the school children's drawing contest, found on the inside of each package of Egg-O-See. For instance if you Have 15 different spellings it would be necessary to send three folders. Be sure and write your name and ad dress plainly. The spelling must be such as could prop erly be pronounced Egg-O-See. The school children to whom we have paid thousands of prizes for draw ings can all enter into thiscon test with equal chance of gaining a prize. Save the little folders in the Egg-O-See packages and make out as many ways of spelling as you can, and then ask vour parents and friends to add to the list. Here are a few Egg-Oh-Cee, Egg-O-Sy. Eg-O-Cie. We offer these prizes to more thoroughly familiarize the people with the merits of Egg-O-See, the best of all flaked wheat foods. It is now generally conceded that flaked wheat is the most healthful and convenient of all foods, and Egg-O-See is displacing 90 per cent of all other kinds, because of its superior quality and cheaper price. A FULL SIZED PACKAGE RETAILING FOR IO CENTS. Ask Your Orocer for the Green Package. If your grocer does not keep It, send us hie name and IO cents and we will send you a package, prepaid. Address all communications to Egg-O-See, yuiacy, I1L PURITY AND CLEANLINESS JOHN P. SEXTON. Harper House Block. Rock Island Agent for 's Perfect Pipe Dressy Papers There's a line of wall paper here that richly deserves that title. They will "dress up" the dingiest room and make it a thing of beauty. Simplicity is one of the great est charms and low price their greatest attraction. W e now offer new and beauti ful wall papers at low prices. Also a full line of paints, oils, glass, brushes, moldings, etc. 1429-1431 Meond A venae. Opposite Court House. $100.00 78.00 50.O0 25.00 01 spellings ways of spelling Egg-O-See Eg-O-Sea, as to persona are so mueh a matter of good bathing equip ment that I wish to emphasize our facilities for outfitting bath rooms with the best and most sanitary apparatus. In such cases it is to your higho-t inter est to consult us, see samples here and get our estimates free of charge. STENGEL. 6rPlumber