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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1901.
The Druggist Recommends
V; MM. i -s.
Th Cret Tonle Laxative, as the On
Skin Blotches MBS!Kfi&ayicS7bsr
Blorrherl. nalinw. unwholesome and muMy rkhi. with it ponviucnt mortilir-ation
often Irn.lini; t. niorln.l wcluim. !io that your bl.xl i l. The only waV to cleai
the coinmexioii ami r-str It to its normal lioalthv. vrlmv rrm.liii.m
the entire vystem. j.tirify the Moral anl n move the i-aumh. Lasaktiiii rw it a- well as
acting dimltou tbe ifftaiiUajwiliinc the l-rsiiratory gluiuls to throw off im purl tic.
Constipation c" Be Surely- VXmmSiTiZmmamnUy Cured-
You have a full fin-linp. with dizziness, heartache, heartburn, ptrir.itation foul breath
and lad tate. the rtotmtch Ifcomw distended, the cvn heavy arnt yellow and the
tln (wle.-tallow. muddy Mr itt;hed. accompanied by liuol Hlnp. Hpiwtitean.l vitality
Ivtxr.kola tinner relieve ..d edily cures those Irv' tomni; ii the uromach incressiriir
the How of giulric juice, resulting iu return to the natural fueling of gorxj health.
For t"hf Children " ChiWren Die from Stomach Diseases which
w tllC VIIIIUIBH Laxakola will Speedily Cure.
It i a rlantrcrou thinjr to Rive little tmbiea violent re ur-lies that rack and rend
their little lhes. DON'T Ih IT Give them Laxaliola. Kor cntisiipM'ioii. ctKiteri
tonime. imple cwld snd fevers it i invaluable. It is the best and most olTcrtive laxa
tive for children. BEST rieeRuw it i aaie and made entirely of liartnl- Ingredient
HCT ber-ati it i iion-irritting and never irripes or causes iin or irritation. IJKST
because it is sure anrl never fails. BEST because 'ChUdrrn likr it ami askor it"
At draeirhM. -5c. niKt ex.. or (rrr simple of THE LAAKlLA Cr , ijj .Viiun Stirrl N" V or
356 Dearborn trert. Chkagt.
has brought a permanent cure. Many cases of miscarriage that trouble
which robs mothers of their hopes have been avoided by timely use of the
Wine. You are asked to try Wine of Cardui and Thed ford's Black-Draught,
its companion medicine. Nine out of ten cases of female trouble, barren,
nets included, yield to them. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
Lam Slay 1 bad a mltcamagi
your Almanac and my husband got
topped ray flooding and restored ray
cured alter taking three bottles and
mornlnr. I am expecting to become a
For adTlre and l't-rmrnrr. addreaa,
Department," The Onllanooya
Anything the Matter with Your Eyes?
Have You Catarrh in Any Form? Are You Deaf, or
Have You Ringirg in Your Ears. If so
Read the Following.
We Lave recently added to our In-
firmar.v a new department for the
special treatment and cure of all dis
eases f the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Ihi.s department is under the able
management of one of the most skill
ed and scientific exprts" upon diseases
of the eye, ear, nose and throat west
of New York City. lie has no peers,
and but few equals. If you have
crossed eyes, granulated lids, inflam
mation of the ej-es, ulceration of the
eyes, scum, film or cataract, failing
sight, eyes blur or water, or any
affliction of the eve, CONSULT THE
ONLY EXPERT. DR. J. A. MILLICAN,
of Chicago, who is now associated
with Dr. J. Alvin llorne, who can
cure your eyes to stay cured, and will
remove your cataract or straighten
your eye without the use of the
knife. If you hare catarrh of the
nose, throat or ears, or deafness
from any cause, consult this eminent
gentleman and expert, who will give
you his candid opinion about your
case, and if curable he will kindly
tell you so and advise you against
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.,
And Associate Physicicvns.
Booms 49. 50. 51. 53. 54 and 55. Mitchell & Lynda Building, Bock Isl
and. Hoars: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. bundajs, 9 to 11 a m.
PLACE & CO.,
318 Seven tcentli Street.
We make and repair Carriage Trimmings,
Upholstering, Tents and Awnings. Give us
a trial. All work guaranteed.
A Postal Will Insure Immediate Attention.
A home b never complete without children.
Yet many homes are childless. Many wives are
desolate for the Lack of a child to love. Their
lives are aimless void of the high motives of
motherhood. While barrenness is causing incal
culable sadness and sorrow, it exists in most
cases on account of some little female trouble,
which Vine of Cardui would speedily set right.
This pure Wine regulates the disordered female
organs by building up the worn out nerves and
regulating the menstrual flow. It restores the
fallen womb to its proper place. By strength
ening the generative organs, it makes preg.
nancy possible where barrenness exists. You
can depend on
Suffering women all over the land have been
depending on it for seventy-five years. No
more convincing proof can be given than the
testimony of Mrs. Benson, who is only one of
thousands of women to whom Wine of Cardui
Vandervoort, Ark- April 2. 1900.
which was followed by flooding. I read
me a bottle of Wine of Cardui and it
fallen womb to its place. Now I
have another to take which I trot thia
mother and Winn of Cardui will ha
Mrc. MARY L. BENSON.
pi Tin symptom : The fadies AdTtsory
loiicuie Company, Ciautauooga Teen.
spending money for useless treat
ment. GLASSES FITTED FIIEE OF
CI I A KG E. CONSULTATION, EXAM
INATION AND ADVICE ABSOLUTE
$3 X-TtAY EXAMINATIONS WILL
BE GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FEEE F0U
Call on or address
am r I
The trial of the divorce suit of
Behr vs. Behr took place before
J u dire Bbllinarer j-esterday, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry' 15ehr being the parties.
Mrs. Behr wanted the divorce and as
grounds alleged that her husband
had 1-een guilty of cruel anrl inhuman
treatment of her. Mr. Behr, by his
attorney, Louis Block, made n vigor
ous defense. The evidence showed
that the woman- had accused her
husband of being unfaithful to her
anrl had taken the statement of sev
eral fortune tellers as being conclus
ive evidence that he had. A decision
Mrs. Klizaleth Friday, one of Scott
county's old settlers, died at the fam
ily home in Bockinghnm township
Monday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock.
The deceased was "." years of age the
L.'th of Octolier. Eight children
survive. They are Mrs. Catherine
fliimside, Mrs. Nancy Burnside, Mrs.
Annie Burnside, Miss Sarah E. Fri
day. Mrs. Minerva Burnside, Mrs.
Mary Nelson. 'John M. Friday and
Charles J. Friday.
Ed Evans, the man recently sent to
the county jail to serve a .'iu-day sen
tence for the theft of nine sateen
shirts leloiiging to the Beps, .Iimgk
iSr Co.'s stock, broke jail yesterday
morning by breaking the padlock on
the door of the room where the stone
pile is located. Kvans. with the oth
er prisoners, were at work reducing
the pieces of stone to smaller pro
portions. Michnel Nagel, the watch
man, chanced to leave the apart
ment for a short time, and during
his absence the purloiner of shirt
waists ran to the big barred door,
gave the enst iron padlock on the
inside a heavy blow which shattered
it like so much glass, pushed the
grating open anil was gone' like a
Hash and almost before his compan
ions were aware what had happened.
At the annual election held by Dav
enport council No. To. Mystic Toilers,
last evening the following officers
vrr, "lrM'tml: I'rvsidt'nt. .1. I' Kntrnl:
vice president. Marvil Lowman; sec
retary, riorence .Murray; treasurer,
.1. I. Endertoii.
The Hltckon club of the Central
Metlridist church has selected offi
cers for the ensuing year as follows:
President, Miss Myrtle McAninch;
ice president. Guy Slater; recording
secretary and treasurer. Miss Anna
Eldridge: corresponding secretary,
Miss Jessica MacGinnis.
Yesterday's clearings were $-Ju:5."";:i
For the corresponding day last year
they were $1 IS.PJii;
The name of the Alemania house
has been changed by Manager Dress
ier, and ill hereafter be known as
Tht department at Washington has
issued a patent to E. Einfeldt of this
city, covering a newly devised wheel
II. L. Pope, a decided brunette of
short, stocky build, with a liking for
the tall slender blonde type of femi
nine beauty, was arrested by Consta
ble Kiimsey yesterday on the charge
of having two wives, each of them
answering to the description given
above. lie was sent to the county
jail to await hearing and was placed
under bonds of $500. which he had
E Ho til IP&i&Qffd
There is no poison so highly contagious,
so deceptive and so destructive. Don't be
too sure you are cured because all external
signs of the disease have disappeared, and
the doctor says you are well. Many per
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
Potash for months or years, and pro
nounced cured to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
Uko Begets UKO. iSSSKS
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have been infected by this loath
some disease, for no other poison is so
surely transmitted from parent to child
as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con-
inVariy Tho Sln of tho P"'
life, for it remains smoldering in the sys
tem forever, unless properly- treated and
driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is
the only antidote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it and drive it out of the blood, and
it does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
cures Contagious Blood
Poison in any and all
stages; contains no
mineral to break down
your constitution ; it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same time builds up the general
Our litUe book on contagious blood
poison is the most complete and instruc
tive ever issued; it not only tells all
about this disease, but also how to cure
yourself at borne. It is free and should
be in the hands of everyone seeking s
cure. ' Send for it.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA OA.
Hsatt Cut. Wound. Bum and Scald '
without a acar. 25 eanta. Dntggitts.
not furnished last night. The infor
mation in the case was filed by the
woman who. claims to be wife No. 1.
She stated she was married to him in
.Muscutine in 1897, that the ceremony
was performed by the pastor of the
First Baptist church in that city, and
that her name before her marriage
was Battle Leatherman. She had
her marriage certificate with her
when she appeared in Justice Hall's
court. She told the justice she was
living in Davenport nt the present
time, that she and Pope had separat
ed after a few months of wedded
life and that she had only recently
leaHned he was married in Bock Is
land early last year to Miss Hannah
Davison & Lane and W. M. Cham
berlin, attorneys for Capt. D. F. Dor
rnnce. the widely known river man at
Le Claire, yesterday filed in the dis
trict court n motion to strike and a
motion for a more specific statement
in the divorce suit in which the cap
tain is the defendant. They ask that
Mrs. Dorntnce le required to tell
when anrl where the captain and the
Chicago lady doctor were on such in
timate terms, as was recently alleged
by the captain's spouse in an amend
ment to her petition, filed on her be
half by Lawyer J. A. Hun ley. They
want to find out also whether or not
she 'continued to live with her hus
band after she learned of the alleged
misconduct of the latter.
Tlu ball given nt Library hall last
night under the auspices of the letter
carriers of the city was fully as suc
cessful from every point of view as
could have Wen wished by the many
friends of the popular muil man.
Ed Whitty was united in marriage
yesterday in this city to. Miss Lizzie
Stewart, of Ottumwa. The cere
mony was erfrrnied by Mayor
Hein. Mr. and Mrs. Whitty will
make their home in Davenport, where
the groom was raised.
The electric line between Daven
port and Muscatine seems to be a
probable feature of the future- It
has already shaped itself so far that
an engineer has been engaged to look
after the surveying. This work will
be done by W. II. Kimball. The work
will be begun on the Rockingham
roail at the lower end of the Tri-City
Street Hail way- company's line and
will run west to a jwiint opposite
Fairmount cemetery, where it will
turn toward the southwest until it
crosses the C. K. I. & P. railroad
tracks, which it will parallel the re
mainder of the distance to Buffalo.
The money is ready to build the road
when the right time conies.
A slip upon the sirlewalk resulted
in a broken cheek bone for Mrs. Otto
Lindholm of G13 Farnam street. Mrs.
Lin Iholm started tint with her son to
mail u letter anrl tripped and fell.
She was assisted to her home and
Drs. Bender anil Poter called. At
first it was feared that her skull was
crushed, but closer examination
showed that the most serious injury
was the breaking of the cheek bone.
At h o'clock last evening occurred
the marriage of Charles S. IJeerl
and Mrs. Metu Mitchell. Mr. Bced is
the proprietor of the piano store on
Main street between Second and
Third. His bride is a former partner
in the business of that establishment,
she and her former husband. J. J.
Mitchell, having been sole owners under-
the style of the Reed Pinno com
pany, with Mr. Reed ns manager.
This year Mr. Reed bought them tnt.
The happy brirle of this interesting
union is reported to have had a rath
er hard exiericnce during the day.
Her mairl is said to have taken
French leave of the premises and her
joo, tarrying off the major portion of
her mistress' wardrobe, including the
gown in which Mrs. Mitchell intended
to be wed. The girl is also thought
to have taken some of Mrs. Mitchell's
jewelry, including a chain given her
by her father and highly prized by
reason of its associations. The al
leged thief is stated to have gone to
Peoria and the police there were no
tified. The Davenport police, when
asked regarding the matter last night
said they had not been informed of
it. The girl is only 16 years of age.
From Coopersville, Mich., comes
word of a wonderful discovery of a
pleasant tasting liquid that when
used before retiring by any one
troubled with a bad cough always
ensures a good night's rest. "It will
soon cure the cough too," writes Mrs
S. Hiinelburger, "for three genera
tions of our family have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and never found its equal for
coughs and colds." It's an unrivaled
life-saver when used for desperate
lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1.00 at llartz & Ullemeyer'a.
Trial bottles free.
Rheamatlam Cared la m Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
uays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$1. Sold by Otto Urotjun, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Bock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va.,
druirgist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect "satisfac
tion. Mv customers Bay it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, throat and
lunir troubles." B. II. Bieber and
llartz & Ullemeyer.
The second annual exhibition of the
Plow City Poultry and Pet Stock as
sociation will W held at Pipp's hall
from Nov. 20 to Dec. 2. There is an
unusually large list of premiums, and
it is anticipated that the best exhibi
tion ever held in this section will he
seen. -F. II. Shellabarger, of West
Liberty, an exert of high reputation,
will be the judgj. The manufacturers
and merchants of the city have Wen
very liberal in donating premiums,
and these in addition to the liberal
cash premiums given .by the society
ure attracting attention from the
fanciers of this state and Iowa, and
they are sending inquiries daily to
Secretary Oscar Hogberg.
The Moline Ministerial Union met
Monday afternoon with Rev. Bennet
Erickson and the Moline churches
were well represented. Besides the
Moline ministers Revs. Charles Palm
and Arlandcr were present. The gen
tlemen are in attendance at the con
vention of the Swedish Baptist church
Sunday School Union of Illinois. Itev.
Palm read paper on "Egyptology"
at the meeting, and the paper show
ed a depth of thought and an exten
sive acquaintance with the subject.
A discussion followed on the question
of Sunday school ways and" means
and all of those present expressed
their ideas on the subject.
The entertainment eommittee of
St. George lodge, K. of P.. has set the
date for the first in a series of dances
to be given this season. It will W
given Nov. 22. and invitations will W
issued in a few days.
Col. I". P. Horrl is again in the city,
and with" his presence comes new
hope of the right of way for the
new iriterurban street-car line to East
Moline and Watertown. The colonel
isn't talking because he says the re
sult of the next few days work
means the success or failure of the
new line, bnt over the sharp and pene
trating breezes of Pope-ville and
Hawthorn comes the word that Col.
Hord has secured all the right of
way for his new line except through
one piece of property, and that will
lie settled in a few days.
Miss Ada Entrikin has Wen ap
pointed leader of the First Methodist
The new Boys club of the Christ
Episcopal church held a meeting and
completed the organization. The
following officers were elected:
Matron Mrs. Mary Ogtlen.
President Newton Marshall.
Vice President Beder Wood.
Se c re t a ry He rman Pe t e r son .
The football game for Moline next
Saturday will be a contest between
Augustana college and Cornell col
lege of Mt. Vernon, Iowa. It will be
played at Athletic park and a lively
contest may W looked for. The Iown
boys have been winning an enviable
string of victories out in their terri
tory and they come here to add to it.
In anticipation of the game Angus
tana has had Coldren of the cham
pion Iowa team of last year, at the
college coaching the boys iu some of
the points of the game which made
Iowa the power it was a year ago.
Moline high school is trying to get
n return game of football with Gales
burg to avenge the defeat of last
Saturday. The boys are sure that
with their regular team they can
show a much better game and easily
pluek victory from the team which
played here last Saturday.
The five striking coremakers who
were arrested on a charge of intimi
dation preferretl by George Pratt,
who took the place of one of them in
the Moline Plow company's foundry,
had their hearing Monday and they
were all bound over to the grand
jury in bonds of $500 each, which
they furnished. The men are August
Wispelaere, Peter Foline. James
O'Connor, Sam Stimuli and Nels Carl
sou. The meeting of the plow trust pro
moters in Chicago last week was a
session which developed nothing of
interest to the public, according to
the Ktatement of C. H. Deere, who is
at home. The conference was called
to discuss matters pertaining to the
progress of the combination anrl the
ncti'm taken has not affected the
status of the project. It has been
freely reported that the Parlin & Or
endorff Plow company, of Canton,
one of the most strenuous opponents
of the trust, was about to join the
consolidation, but Mr. Deere denies
anj- knowledge of such a possibility.
The Canton Register,' a paper which
in many cases has Wen the mouth
piece of the company, last week in
timated that the company was about
to get into the trust and in conse
quence the citizens of Canton are
greatly agitated, for they do not
want to see such a consummation.
The P. & O. officials were at the Chi
cago meeting last week.
Mrs. Anna Pearson, of 401 Fourth
avenue, has sec,ured through her at
torney, S. W. Odell, a mother's ieii
siou of $12 a month, dating from Oct.
18, 1900. The pension is numbered
522.0J0, and is believed to be the first
mother's pension allowed in this city
on account of the Spanish war. The
pension is very acceptable to Mrs.
Pearson, who was dependent upon
her son, Charles A. Pearson, who
died of typhoid fever in one of the
concentration camps in the south
just before the Sixth was ordered to
For Fall of 1901
Oar new line of ladies and gents1 fine shoes from $2.50 to $5 a
Jair are now in, and customers will find the line more interoet
ng than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
latest ideas. Every shoe in the line is the picture of what a cor
rect fitting, proper looking shoe for ladies and gents should be.
Oar school shoes are the best wearing shoes that leather
and workmanship can make.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Gent's Shoe, worth fl.50
Miss' Shoe, worth $1.35
Chilli's Shoe, worth $1.00...
Infant's Shoe, worth 60e...
XO DRY" (tOOBS
1702 Second Avenue.
r ' -----
Liquors for Family Use.
Having purchased the store room adjoin
ing our Wholesale Liquor House, we are
about to open to the public our
Retail Liquor Department.
"We will handle the purest and best im
ported and domestic Wines and Liquors,
which we will retail for family use.
OurGoods are Guaranteed Pure. '
Corner of Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
An Attractive Meal
You can't make an attrac
tive meal without attractive
surrounding!. It's a mis
take to put an elaborate din
ner on an old worn out
table. Better have one that
will stand secure. These S
or lO-foot Extension Tables
never fail to be a pleasure
1702 and 1704 Third Avenue.
THE PROPER TIME
To have the Children's Pictures Made is in the Forenoon. Make, it
a business to attend to them at a time when they feel the brightest.
THE PROPER PLACE
To go for the best results in photography is to "Mangold's on Twenty-third
street. We cater to all classes and give perfect satisfaction.
E. E. MANGOLD,
INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
5' - - y.
NOW 1HC MOM K O
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Rock Island Roofing Company,
CHAS. 1IANSGEN, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old style gravel roofing put on
by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. 221 Twentieth street
in the rear.
lZ.fiZ:;-x-'- " ? -1
TO HELP OUT.
Furs and Fur
At Manufacturers Prices.
Complete line of Furs, Boas, Robes,
Fur Garments and Seal Skins, at fac
tory prices. No deception.
BRING YOUR FUR REPAIRING.
T. Richter & Sons,
219-221 W. Second Street, Davenport.
The Leading Photographer.
It's Quality that Counts.
' la Coal It's quality tost makes nast, s
Quality tnst, retains It, It s quality tbst
mattes possible consumption of 00 per
cent of the combustible prt of It, !
tag light, clean Mb; lastly. It's quality
tbat lrMns your fuel bllis you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnable.
Tbe coal we handle both bard and soft
deserve all tbe good tilings, we and
our patrons say for It A ton will talk
a loudly as a e arload.
E. G. FRAZER
x Telephone 1133, n