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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1901.
T all depends upon
If you require simply a dirt remover, almost
any soap will do. But if you care at all about
the thing which is to be washed, you must
think twice before you act. Any soap will clean linens
and muslins, but Ivory Soap leaves them as white as
snow. Any soap will clean sheets and table cloths, but
Ivory Soap leaves no coarse, strong odor. Try it once I
HERMAN THOLE HURT
IN LEAVING A CAR
Herman Thole in alighting from an
Kim street car Saturday evening,
clipped and fell. He Iield to the rail
ing with his left hand and the ear,
starting', jerked the member out of
the socket at the ellxw. He was
taken to his boarding place on Fourth
avenue and Dr. K. M. Sala attended
A. Kverson. a molder who works at
Kast Moline, was brought to this city
yesterday morning- and removed to
iSt. Anthony's hospital, suffering with
a badly fractured right ankle. He
was returning- home from a parly
Saturday and in crossing the Kock
Island tracks in Kast Moline he ran
into a cattle guard. His foot dropH-d
through and the fracture was sus
tained in ihe fall. The injury will
keep him confined manv weeks.
"Whales are never found In the gulf,
Accurate Prescription Work.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
The day has come when the people demand something better
than the old method of extracting teeth. There are improve
ments in every other line and it stands to reason that we
should improve in dentistry. We have a preparation of our
own which renders the operation of extracting teeth as pain
less as the removing' of a shoe from the foot. And we do it
without the slightest danger to the most delicate patient and
without any unpleasant after effect whatever.
Call and see us and have your teeth examined free of
charge. We also give a written guarantee for ten years for all
work done in our office.
The Best of Work at the Lowest Prices.
Office corner Third avenue and Seventeenth, street.
Over Trcniann's Meat Market.
Don't Buy New Year's Presents
Until you, have inspected our elegant line of
Jewelry, which includes all the latest and most
desirable patterns of Watches, Sterling and
Plated Silverware and Novelties, "beautiful Rings,
Chains, etc. We have now on sale a
Special Importation of Diamonds
at surprisingly low prices. Wo are also sole
agents for the most exclusive patterns of the
celebrated Ilawkes Cut Glass, of which we carry
a full line.
Holiday Slippers for Gent
Wright's Cut Prices
Slippers for the Little Ones.
Also Gents Shoes $1.00.
1702 Second Avenue..
what you want in a soap.
SKELETON IS UNEARTHED
BY AN ALBANY FARMER
The mounds near Albany hare
yielded some curiosities in the shape
of skeletons, pottery ami various
other things. It was thought they
had all been dug out until Harvey
Tucker, who lives about a mile south
of town, made a new find. He had
tlug into one of the mounds and made
a top-ground cellar. He concluded
he would sink it it couple of feet low
er and in doing so discovered almost
an entire skeleton. From the length
of the femur the person must have
been over six feet in height.
Foil Crram Milk. Whipping Crrn. Choice
We invite the public to visit our
factory ami witness our methods of
handling' these delicate products.
Our motto is quality, cleanliness
Tri-Citv Bottled Milk & Nutter Co
Chris. Sehroeder, a farmer living-
four or five miles from the eitv. on
the Lost (irove road, committed sui
cide by hamrinir in his barn Katnrrl.iw
Xo cause that seems sufficient can
be asHig-ned for the act. Sehroeder
leaves u wife, a daughter of the well
known farmer, Hans Mundt. and sev
en children, the eldest about 15 years
of ape, the youngest 4.
There will be a chance in owner
ship of the Hclbipr meat market on
Jan. .1 Oeorpe . Helbitr. who has
had charee of the market the past
year for his mother, will take Fred
V. Khlers as his partner.
The Curtis Sr Cartside company has
been incorporated in Clinton, the in
corporators beinjr cx-CongTessma.ii
(Jeoree M. Curtis and Charles F. Cur
tis, of Clinton, and A. L. Gartside, of
this city. The company expects to go
into the sash, door and blind business
on a large scale at Oklahoma city.
Marriaage licenses have been issued
by Clerk Cheek to Carle I.undberg and
Mary Josephine Johnson, of Clark-
field. Minn.; Adolph C. Jacobs, of St
Paul and Minnie lloeppner, of Dav
enport. The Eastern Iowa Poultry and Pet
Stock association is going to hold its
9th annual exhibition in this city, at
Clans Uroth hall as usual, Jan. 7-10
.The death of John O'Dea, at Merer
hospital, at 2::0 Saturday afternoon.
made the fifth death in the O'Dea
family within a year. Within the
past week the mother and aunt of the
deceased had found n last resting
place in the cemetery here. John was
44 years of age. unmarried, and had
iivcr here since he was one year old
George and James O'Dea are cousins
of the deceased.
The death of Klsie Dendixen, the
eight-iiioiits-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Dendixen. occurred at
their home at 2244 West Second
street, Saturday. Mr. Itcndixcn is a
foremnn at the Betendorf Axle works.
and another child is left to comfort
him and his wife.
Mrs. Amelia li. (Jratner died at the
home of 15. K. Negus on South avenue
at 2:r0 o'clock Saturday afternoon
The deceased was Sj years old and
had lived in the citv and state for ?."
years, having leen born in New York
At a meeting of the bodies of the
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kife-
of Free-Mjisonry. the following offi
cers were elected: Adorian Lodge of
Perfection. Venerable master, Louis
I'lock: senior warden. William O.
Schmidt; junior warden. James ('.
Duncan; orator. Charles K.- Dirt-hard;
almoner. Wilher F. Fidlnr; secretary.
Cornelius J. Drown; treasurer. Clans
Stoltcnberg. St. John's Chapter of
llose-Croix. Wise master. George M.
Darrette; senior waiden, Alois II.
Uuebsaui; junior warden, William J.
P.irehard; orator. J. Smith Conner;
almoner. Willer F. Fidlar; secretary,
Cornelius J. Drown; treasurer. Clans
Stoltcnberg. Con r-de-Leon Prcccp
tory of Knights Kadosh. Preceptor.
Kredrrick I Dills; first siil-preeep-
tor, George M. Darrette; second sub
preceptor, William ('. Hay word; chan
cellor. James C. Duncan; orator. J.
Smith Conner; almoner, Wilber F.
Fifllar; recorder, Cornelius J. Drown;
treasurer. Clans Stoltcnberg. Za re-
hath Consistory. Master of kadosh.
William S. I'nderdonk; prior. Arthur
Lawrence: preceptor, Louis Iflock;
chancellor, William H. Forrest; ora
tor. Charles K. Dirchard: hospitaller.
WillH-r F. Fidlar; registrar, Cornelius
I. Drown; treasurer, Claus Stolten-
J. L. Heliert, secretary of the Dav-
are Nature's warning notes of
approaching danger from a dis
eased heart. If you would
avoid debilitating diseases, or
even sudden death from this
hidden trouble pay heed to the
early warnings. Strengthen the
heart's muscles, quiet its nerv
ous irritation and regulate its
acYion with that greatest of all
heart remedies. Dr. Miles
"Darting pains through my
heart, left Bide and arm would
be followed by smothering, heart
ppasms and fainting. Dr. Miles
Heart Cure has entirely relieved
me of those troubles."
856 Kewaunee St, Milwaukee, Wis.
controls the heart aHon, accel
erates the circulation and builds
up the entire system. Sold by
druggists on a guarantee.
Dr. lilies Medical Co, Elkhart lad.
on port Business Men's association.
has returned from Des Moines, where
he. went to confer with the executive
committee of the Iowa State asso
ciation of Implement dealers, a few
days ago. He carried to that confer
ence all the backing, on the part of
the implement men of the tri-cities,
that could be desired. He was pre
pared to offer the association induce
ments to select this city as the place
of the next convention that could not
be matched by any city in the state.
He did make the offer, but he did n-t
get the convention. Des Moine:i was
the place selected.
John La cry, who died near Cody,
Wyo., was buried here yeserday, ser
vices being held at St. Mary's church.
The committees have been announc
ed for the banquet to be given by
Post D, T. P. A., at the Kimball house
on the evening of Friday. .Tun. 17.
The evening's entertainment will in
clude a sumptuous banquet, a toast
program and music. Already inquir
ies have been made for seats at the
banquet table. The banquet last year
was such a big success that the suc
cess of the event this year is fore
told and the custom of holding the
annual nanquet Is nxeti. Ihe com
mit tecs that will have charge of the
event are as follows: Arrargements
W. F. Peterson. H. J. Zeuch, M. T.
Drown. J. D. McCollister and M. S
Like. Ticket committee H. J. Zeuch.
L. W. McKowen, J. M. C.Iaspell. M. S.
Like and Frank J. Von Ach. Uecep-
tion committee (Jentlemcii, W. K.
Peterson. 1L J. Zeuch, Ralph Lindsay,
J. M. (Slaspell, George M. Dechtel
George K. Katon and L. W. McKeown
Ladies, Mrs. J. M. Glascll, Mrs. W. K.
Peterson. Mrs. II. J. Zeuch, Mrs. M
S. Like. Mrs. George M Dechtel. Mrs.
M. T. Drown. Mrs. A. W. Crans and
Mrs. L. D. Guy.
Ninety Per Cent of it Ileally Tanaed From
Real organic heart trouble is incur
able, but scarcely one case in a hun
dred is organic.
The action of the heart and stom
ach are' both controlled by the same
great nerves, the sympathetic and
pneumogastric, and when the stom
ach fail to properly digest the food
and it lies in the stomach fermenting,
gases aie lormed which distend the
rg.in causing pressure on the heart
:uid lungs causing palpitntion. irregularity-ami
shortness of breath.
The dinger from this condition is
that, the continued disturbances of
heart sooner or later may cause real
organic heart trouble and in fact fre
quently floes so.
Furthermore, p.xir digestion makes
the blood thin and watery and de
ficient in red corpuscles, and this fur
ther irritates and weakens the heart.
The most sensible thing to do for
he;rt trouble is to insure the diges
tion and assimilation of the food.
This can be done by the regular use
after in-.als of some safe, pleasnnt
and. effective digestive preparation.
like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets which
may be found at most drug stores and
cintain the necessary digestive ele
ments in a pleasant, convenient form.
Thousands of people keep well and
vigorous by keeping their digestion
perfect bv observing the rule of tak
ing one or two of these tablets after
each meal, or at least each, hearty
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
I. S. P. pepsin. , diastase from malt
and other natural digestives which
act- only on the food, digesting it per
fectly ar,d preventing acidity, gases.
and the many diseased conditions
which accompany a weak stomach.
When Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
are used you may know you are not
taking into the system any strong
medicine or powerful drug but simply
the natural digestive eleraerts which
every weak stomach lacks.
So widelj- known and popular have
these tablets become that they are
now sold by every druggist in the
United States, Canada and Great Bri
Bared HI Life.
"I feel I owe my life to Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure," writes II. C. Chresten
son, Hayficld, Minn. "For three
years I had dyspepsia so bad that I
could hold nothing on my stomach.
Finally I was confined to my bed.
Doctors said I could not live. I read
your advertisement of Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure and thought it fit my case
and commenced its use. I began to
improve fronj the first bottle. Jow
I am cured and recommend it to all."
. Subscribe for The Argus.
E. D. Kohn. of Kock Island, who re
cently acquired possession of thi
property at 1626 Third avenue, now
occupied by Mrs. Wolsteneroft's res
taurant, has plans on foot to erect a
new building on the property, next
spring. A two story building, costing
approximately $G,0o0, and containing
a storeroom on the first floor and of
fice rooms or a flat on the second is
the general plan of the building in
view. The. property has a 28-foot
frontage and an excellent storeroom
will thus be secured.
Mobile's new Young Men's Christian
association, assis-teo by the young
people's societies of the various
churches, will hold a Xew Year's re
ception at the lodge rooir in the Mc
Kinnie building. The temporary quar
ters which the Y. M. C. A. has secured
in the same building rending and so
cial rooms will be thrown open for
the first time, nnd the reception will
mark the first formal bow of the new
organization to the public.
Bert Hammer anil bride are in the
city the guests of Mr. .m l Mrs. C. li.
Stephens. Mr. Hammer is one of the
Plow company's representatives in
C. L. Grimes and family left Satur
day evening for their new home at
Wichita, Kas. Their Moline friends,
nnd that livt comprises about every
body in town, regret to see them de
part, but vish them prosperity and
happiness amid the new scenes. Mr.
Grimes has been superintendent of
the Williams. Wl-ite & Co. shops for
many years; he has leen inventor of
the patented products of these sh.-ps.
and he has been in every wav a most
valuable mi.n. Mr. Grimes Saturday
sold his residence property on Fifth
avenue an Tenth street to Mrs. Frank
G. Allen, f'.r $0,000. Mrs. llen has
rented the property to W. H. Taylor,
one of the Moline Plow company's
trade managers. Mr. Taylor has been
living since he came here from Kan
sas City in what is known as the F.
M. Siimet residence in Sinnett's addi
tion. Bock Island.
The" following officers have been
elected by Moline tent, Xo. 04. Knights
of the Maccabees: Commander, A. H.
Sellmer; lieutenant commander. Kr
Miller: record keeper, H. J. Bloom;
chaplain. Burt Furry; sergeant, Xamo
Lun tin; first master of the gua
H. Dank; second master of the guard,
Fred Linden: sentinel, Charles Me
decn; picket, F. A. Wilson; captain of
degree team. Joe Schmidt; master at
arms. James Connor: kicker. II. J.
Bloom; trustee, (six months), A. II.
The Pickets union of the First Bap
tist church held its annual business
meeting ami election of officers. The
following ver- chosen as officers for
10O2: President. Miss Kluvia Wright;
vice president. J. Morrison; secre
tary. G. W. Colhour; treasurer, II. B.
Aram: coricsponding secrelary. Miss
Mary Wendell: educational depart
ment. D. H. Duncan: devotional de
partment. Miss ). Bundquist; social
department. Miss Ksther Berglund.
At the South chapel of the Swedish
Lutheran church on Twelfth street
Friday evening was held the Christ
mas entertainment bv the branch
Sunday school of Grace Luther;-
church of Kock Island. Ihe attend
ance tilled the chapel. This Sunday
school is in charge of Profs. Bexell
and Williamson of Augustana college.
The program of recitations, songs,
dialogues, etc.. was well carried out
by the children. A feature of the af
fair was a surprise for Prof. William
son, to whom the children presented
n lMM'.utifiil nmbreila- as a holiday
gift. Kev. C. E. Hoffsten, pastor
Grace church, making the presenta
Molders of the city hae presented
:x demand for an increase of wages
from $2.50 to $2.73 per day.
At the Quarterly meeting of the
Fiist M. K. church the recommenda
tion of the old Chautauqua board of
lireetors that the Chautauqua ne
held next summer was unanimously
adopted, and a new board was elected
as follows: Kev. M. V. Cruir.baker
fov-ottirio). F. A. Bnrgston. P. C. Sim
mon. J. C. Tunnicliff, E. K. MeKeever,
A Chltd'ii nenlre.
IMna. the little 5-year-old daughter
f Mr. aim -rs. Johnson of Gunnison
treet, is sorely grieved because Santa
Claus did not bring her what sue
isked for. She received an abundance
f toys, dolls, candy ami the things
usually irladden the heart of a
little firl. b.it still she is r.wt satisfied.
Christmas morning she Kat down on
the floor with all sorts of pretty
things piled around her. but tears
glistened in her eyes that should nave
nnrkled with pleasure. Her mother
inquired the cause of her unhappi
ness and she said that she was crying
because Santa Claus did not oring
her what she wanted, hhe wanted
K.mtn Claus to bring her Jesus and
her cousin from Kock Island. Pur-
Food Cbana-ed to FoUon.
Putrefvintr food in the intestines
produces effects like those of arsenic,
but Dr. King's iew Life Pills expel
the noisons from clogged bowels.
gently, easily but surely, curing con
stipation, baiousness, sick neaaacne,
fevers, all liver, kidney and bowel
troubles. Only 25c at llartz & Ulle
We are going to rearrange oil r Shoe Department, and
make it the most up to datei newest, the neatest and
most modern shoe store in' Davenport. Before making
the change we must reduce our large stock of shoes.
Tn order to do so we make some great inducements. The
following are only a few of the many great bargains we
Malopey Bros, high grade, shoes,
for ladies, every style, all
kinds of leather regular
lor ." $1.0S
Ladies, Patent Leather anil
Ideal Kid Shoes, the regular
S3. 50 kind, re
duced to $::.ro
We have OS pairs f Ladies
High Priced Chocolate shoes,
good styles, your
Ladies' High Cut Skating Boots,
the regular $:J.00
Ladies' Fine Yiei Kid Shoes, all
the new style toes, fair
stitch and flexible McKay
sweat soles; sell all over at
$.'.00; our sale
Ladies" Kid Shoes, good quality
for only 9."e
Ladies' Warm Lined
Shoes, for $1.00
Ladies' Warm Lined
Shoes, for $1.23
Ladies' Warm Lined
Slippers, for 3c
Ladies' J-Point Kid
Slippers, for 40c
Misses Kid Shoes, all
sizes. 11 to 2. for S.V
Childs' Kid Shoes, all
sizes. 8 to 11, for 73c
Woman's Storm Kubbers
good quality, for 33c
Woman's Plain Rubbers
ln-st quality, for 19c
Woman's Storm Alaskas
best quality, for 39c
Child's Shoes, regular 5 hV
grade, made of kid with ex
tension soles, something ex
the' money 39c
We sell the KatclitT's Shoe for women, all styles and
forms. They are wrfct fitters, price $2.50. AVe also
have the exclusive sale of the well known shoe. Patrician,
the elegant, stylish and comfortable shoe for women.
Call for our beautiful 72-page
book about California. Fu'.l of
information and very interesting.
Ticket Office, C. B. & Q.
(Zhrls. Mueller Sons.
Twenty. Fourth Stt and Trlrd Ave.
Are now prepared to furnish the Best Grades of Hard and Soft
Coal that money will buy, and at prices that are all right
"When in need of anything in the line of coal or lumber, kindly
give us a call.
J F. ROBiHsow. President. L- D. MfDcr,
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company.
Ve act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Admlnisrator, guardian
and conservator of estates. .
Receiver and assignee of insolven estatea. General financial agent for
non-re8ident, women, invalids and others.
Men's Patent Leather Shoes,
made by the best manuiac
turers and sold for $3.00
place on this side for... $2.50
Yici Kid Shoes for Men, the
very latest styles, In. Hon or
lace; the regular
$.'5.50 quality for $:" "
Kemember, we fit the hard to
Men's High Grad- Box Calf
Shoes, all sizes, 3 tf
- grade, for !'?..')
A genuine Colt SUin Shoe for
men. with heavy extension
sole, rope stitch, a
$3.00 shoe for $'.98
Men's Calf Skin SV.ocs. rope
stitched, heavy sole, worth
for $1 .50
Men's Satin Calf .loes. heavy
sole, lace or nrc', plain
or tip toe, stylish nnd
for . $1.50
Men's Satin .Calf Sh cs, lac
London too. makes a good
108 pairs Men's ( jilf
Shoes, on sale a. 9"c
Boys' Satin Calf ..'hoes, regu
lar $1.35 kind.
Youths' Satin Calf Shoes, regu
lar C-1.2.-. k'nd,
Men's good qua lit Arctics,
Men's gMd Storiu Rub
bers, for 49c
Men's Fancy Embroidered ship
pers, all sizes, good quality,
bought to sell for $1.00,
on sale at 50e
-: - ?
Every Tuesday a personally con
ducted excursion party leaves over our
line for Los Angeles, California, by
way of Galesl urg, Quincy. Kansas
City, Denver, past a;l the magnificent
Colorado scenery l y daylight and
through Salt Lake City. Parties travel
in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cais.
All conveniences, comfortable and
very inexpensive. A special apent
goes with each party to look after
the comfort of passengers. Dining
cars en route. The most interesting
ride in the .world. Inquire at
Depot. Telephone 1131.
vice Preslflent. H. E. Castkzi Cashier.
TRUST and SAVINGS BANK.
Rock Island, 111.