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rHE ARGUS, Fill DAY, MARCH 7, 1902.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
panies Represented -
Kates as low ns uny
can afford. Your
patronage is so
Charles E. Hodgson
Newark, X. J
- ICocKford, 111
New iiaven. Conn,
Ins. Co. State of 111. - Kockford, 111
Office. Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security,
American Ins. Co.,
Traders Ins. Co., -
Union Ins. Co., -Kockford
Security Ins. 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, leav
ing1 a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality th.-t lessens j-our fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. 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
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lv Rock Lilted COS im 1 45 pm
A r Peoria 11 ."O m 4 51pm
" Atlanta, Ga MO am 7 30 pm
lUoominffioo. 111.... 1 -5 pm 6 -'5 pm
" Ohampalgr, 111 2 40 pm 8 CO pm
" Cincinnati. 0 9 i pm 7 10 am
" Decatur, III 2 4b pm 9 65 pm
Evabsville. Ina 3.1 pm 8 rs am
" Indianapolis, lad.... 01 pm 3 30 am
" Jacksonville, 111.... 3 45 p-n II 28 pm
"Jacksonville. Fla... 7 .V) pa 7 50 am
" Loulsvlle. Ky II 10 pm 9 30 am
Muncie, Ind 7 48 pm S .V am
" Mobile, Ala 4 15 pm S .V am
' Memphis, Teen 8 05 am 8 05 am
Naabvllle, Tenn 12 4am 9 05 am
New Orleans, La 7 15 pm 7 15 pm
Richmond, V'a 3 30 pm 8 10 am
" Strioirfleld. Ill 3 30 pm 9 10 pm
" St. Lout. Mo 8 1-' pm 7 is am
Terra Haute. Ind... 5 3" pm 6 20 am
" Washington, D. C. . . 3 35 pm 0 47 am
An additional I'aMCDger
Rock Island at 7:31 p. m
Feorla at 10:30 p. n.
L. COFF, Aent.
M. A. PATTERSON, C.
Tax I'nrrhaar'a Notice.
To L. Gay lord and all unknown and Interest
ou are hereby cotifled that at a rale of real
estate made by the county collector, at the
court home In Rock Island, in the county of
Koch Island, stale of Illinois, on tbelithdav
of June. A. D . iw. :. W. Welton purchased
the following described real estate situated
In White's additiou to Mollne Heights, south
Moline. viz.: Lot 11, Biock 2. for the delin
quent taxes. Interest and costs due thereon
ior toe year
The time allowed bv law fo- the redemption
of said real estate will expire on tbellthdav
m , . . ( .. . . ...
VI WUIiC, A. U, IIW. Vj. W. W .tis,
IF YOU GOU
Vou Should be Aware of
More Serious Trouble.
AdmloiiusMr a IN'otlc.
Estate of Wilbur E. Hoi re. deceased.
The undersigned having been appolnt-
ra aamiQistrator or tne estate or v Ubur
t uoare. late or the countv of Rock Island
state of Illinois, deceased hereby gives notice
mat ne wiu appear Dei ore o county court
or Kocic is and county at the county court
room, la the cut or Kock island, at the April
ru. ou iub ur xqdut in soru Best, at
which time all persons having cl.ias airalnst
said estate re notified and requested to at
tend, ror tne purpose of having the same
U persons irdeblel to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 27tb day of January. A. D. 1002.
Ives J. hi oa as. Administrator.
JOHN VQLK & CO..
Also Manufacturer" of
Bash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Flooring-
of All Kinds.
Eingle and Doable Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
111-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
We Will Tell You
How To Cure That
A cough is rot much in itself, but if
neglected it is extremely dangerous. We
want to advise you to avoid getting
coughs, or if you do how to get over
them the easiest way.
Nearly always, as yon undoubtedly
know, a cough is accoinittnied by fever.
Where fever exists the vital light of life
is being consumed unnecessarily fast.
We are all much the worso after such an
attack. Then, too, that cough tears and
irritates the delicate membrane of the
throat and lungs, and when you have
succeeded in healing it, you can again
draw on your vitality, but the old stars
are there and the next little exposure
will bring back the trouble twice as bad
as you experienced it beforet
We are enthusiastic about Vinol and
guarantee its action especially for coughs
for it is a great tonic reconstructor. We
do not know of anything better to build
one up. There is nothing that will re
store lost strength and energy, that will
help the system ward off disease like
Vinol. In Vinol is contained those active
curative principles found In the liver of
the cod, and we all know that cod
liver oil was valuable fur all bronchial
and pulmonary troubles. Vinol contains
all the curative elements of Cod l.iver
oil yet contain no oil and is delicious
to the taste. The following letter says:
'I bad been suffering with a severe
cough and cold for a number of weeks
and having heard so much about your
Vinol, as being a cure for such troubles.
I decided to try a bottle. I have used
two bottles and I oan truthfully state
that I am now entirely cured, and feel in
better health than ever bfoVe in my
life." J. M. Brown, 310 W. Mahanoy
St., Mahanoy City, Pa.
We do not wish you to be misled by the
fact that Vinol Is delicious to take an J
therefore cannot be efficient. This is
not the case. Were it so, we would not
be as ready as we are to always refund
the price of it to anyone who fails to find
It all we claim It to be.
Harper House Pharmacy.
Chicago Dental Company
For Painless Dentistry
Call and have your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling or crowning will cost
before the work is commenced.
Sets of teeth, if you need them,
or if your old ones do not fit call
on us and we guarantee a fit. Our
Thin Elastic Plates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do. and fit when all oth
ers fail by our method.
Cement Fillings 25C
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling S0C
failver killings SOC
Gold Fillings, $1 and up . J,Q0
tiold Crowns, 4 to 0 4,00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5 nn
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Quality and make.
McCoy 6c Co., N. Y.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenue.
B E IV GS TON'S BLOCK.
Judge Bollinger was out of liie city
yesterday, and u recess is mi in the
trial of the Dorranee divorce case
The plaintiff finished her test 1111011 v
Wednesday and lifter nil the wit
ncsses on her mile had been exjimni
ed. Attorney Lane announced for Mr,
Dorm nee that 110 testimony would b
intriKliired on behalf of the defense
but that he wished to be liear:l on
law points connected with the ciist
These will be submitted to the court
nt a later date. The suit involve
one of the most widely known fain
ilies in l.cClaire and hrouirht out
some situational clinrges from Mrs
Dorranee. These brought the nana
of another woman into the case. In
his answer Captain Dorranee assert etl
that these matters had been explain
ed to Mrs. Dorrance's satisfaction
that they hail been condoned by her
ant) that the dead past should be al
lowed to burv its dead. Mrs. Dot
ranee havinr asked that her husband
lv required to divide his property
with her. and estiinatmy its value at
$().(MU. the contest -will be principall.
011 where to locate the dividing lint
The t'.. I!. O. has had a special
agent in this city for a number
days, tuning uoti i the freight Ion
nage in uml out 01, the line of that
road. His name is Salsbnrt. and he
is an old conductor, .lust what h
is trvinir to determine he has not
told, but he is here by order of Super
inteiident I". C. IJice of ( in lesburir. and
then- is a chance to surmise that I
is getting some statistics llmt will
have a bearing on the new depot snd
frciifr.t house proposition. It is
Know n that l.e has set 11 t iioiic'i dur
ing his stay to satisfy him that tin
facilities of the C. It. & Q in this city
must be enl:irired. and mat erv soon
'1 wo new eases or smallpox were
looked after by Dr. Preston vester
day. Due Is 1 1t:; 1 of John l.ee.
years of jure. litmg at I T-I" West
Third street, and found by Dr. Kudolf
to be sulTerintr from the tliesase. The
young man was nev.-r .u ciliated. II
h:is been nt to St. Uolert"s lios
pit.il. Another cise. to be ii:iran
tit.ed at h;nc, is that of a lad named
Tli'un.is. Ihinir at Fulton and Itrid
acnitcs. reported by Dr. Stiles, lit
"It seemed that nothing short
of a miracle could save my little
daughter from an , untimely
death," says City Marshall A.
H. Malcolm, of Cherokee.Kan.
"When two years old she was
taken with stomach and bowel
trouble and despite the efforts
of the best physicians we could
procure, she grew gradually
worse and was pronounced in
curable. A friend advised
and after giving it a few days
she began to improve and final
ly fully recovered. She is now
past five years of age and the
very picture of health."
Sold by all Druggists.
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind.
"I hnrp pine 14 day nt n time without a
mntrinriil of the- lon rl, not Ih iiik alii to
movement exrepi i.y tininir hot water Injivtiotis.
Chronic rnnytipntinn for wven year plarol me in
till terrilile condition: Hurint fhut time I ,lit v.
erj'tliing I liearil .f I ml never found nv relief: vneh
wan mjr riino when I Intern iiiiifc'('AM'AKETS. I
Tinw have from one totfiw piiHtiit. a day. ami if I
"i ri-h I would j;ie JUU.IX1 fore.ieh movement; it
is surh a relief,." A Mum I,. He ST.
iwv Kiissti t., iiftroit. Mien.
is about 16 years old, and in the saimi
home are ihe mother ami six other
children. Jt is understood that they
hae none of them been vaccinated,
and didn't believe in it. Mrs. Thomas
in the widow of the arsenal employe
who buffered a violent dtath a year
or so ujro iy 1 ne oreuKiiij or an
emery wheel nt which he was work-
Chief I'ieninp; has received a eheel;
for .f KM) from the Itettendorf Axle
company, to add to the Fireman's Ke-
lief fund, with J he compliments of the
company on account of the valiant
fifj-ht made by the department on the
occasion of the recent fire at the Axle
The Chicntro papers briny; the sorry
news here that .lames ( . l'reston
may Jiot be able to take part in tin
Yale track events this .year. A tele
p;rntn to the t'hieafro Keeord-llerald
tells of it as follows: New Haven.
1 nun., .March .. 1 nrnujrii a jryinna
sium accident .lames ( handler l'res
ton. the best pole yaulter mi the Vale
track ten in. has been crippletl. He
tried today to vault nine feet in the
jrymnasium. but his foot strikinir on
his arm dislocated his elbow. He
will be laid up for many weeks, and
owino; to the shortness of the truck
senson he is not likely to be aprain
available for the Yale track team this
year. l'reston lives at Davenport,
in. lie is a iresnmati and lias lor
two years been the best pole vaultcr
in Kxeter academy.
A woman washinpr for afi Fast Dav
enport family yesterday encountered
a forirottcn needle, in some of the
;rnds she was hundlinr. run it into
her hand, and broke off a small piece
of tne point. Ihe doctors hate failed
to locate it. and she is waiting for it
to make its appearance, or reteal its
presence 111 some way.
There was 51 rousing incctiiijr held
at Wiirircrs hall under the auspices
of the Central Democrat ie el 11 b. Qui t e
a larjre number of members signed
the mil an 1 other new members were
admitted. The club is in a 11 1 1 1-i 1 1 -
ino- condition and will hate a potent
influence in the eominir campaign.
Much interest was manifested in the
discussion of the resolutions which
were unanimously adopted, and part
of which are:
Kesolted. That we favor the elec
tion to office of men of the highest
)ersonal character aiid ability, wno
will place the interests of the people
ibote their private interests, who
will not receive retainers or any in
terest, whatsoever, in matters of bus
iness 11 11 1 aironi.-t ie to 1 he interests of
the citv of Davenport.
Kesolted, I hat we believe in a pro
gressive, eneriretie. economical and
conservat ite administration of the af
fairs of t he eit v.
Kesolted. lhat none but competent.
trustworthy men be selected to of
fices of trust bv our people.
Kesolted. lhat we are opposed to
titkinir from the iM-ople by taxation or
therwise any monies or properties
that are not necessary for the lejriii-
iiiute exiieiises or tne city eeononiie-
Kesolted, That wc demand that th
police department be separated I nun
the police court, to the end that when
persons are arrested by the polic
Icpartineut of the city or bv the offi
cers ot the state, no dictation will lie
1 Imitted as to the procedure in th
ourts of this county.
At a meet in; ,,f the board of direc
tors of the Moline National bank ii.
II. Fdwariis. who has sold his stock
in the bank, resigned the vice presi
dency. 11. A. Ainsworth, who lias
been president for some years, also
resigned the presidency against the
protest of F. C Allen, who now holds
the controllino- interest in the bank.
Mr. Ainsworth felt that he desired to
be relieved of the responsibility at
tached to the position and his resig
nation was finally accepted and Mr.
Allen was elected president, Mr. Ains
worth taking the vice presidency. All
the chancres hate been made with the
jrreatest harmony on all sides and
the directors feel that the bank will
now enter on a period of jrrowth lhat
will make it one of the foremost in
stitutions in this part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Sechler are in
the city from Cincinnati and will re
main here until their son. T. M.
Sechler, is :iruin able to resume his
duties at the office. He has now been
confined to his home for seven weeks.
Directors of the l'.usiness Men's as
sociation listened to . H. Johnston
renew his theatre proposition Wed
nesday under which he will erect a
$I.',00) theatre for $10.0(10 seat sale.
This is the third. .1. MacDonncll hav-
1110; ottered a .fio.ouo house on a ..0O
sale and I huinbcrliu. Kindt V t o. one
011 a $IU.imh) sale lor the first inirht.
The directors are favorable to the
MacDonncll plan if they can In- as
sured that it can be carried out and
that he can irive bonds to produce the
ipital. The directors fear that the
iflti.lMiu sale is too larjre for this city
to raise. They will report the status
f the scheme to' the members at the
next meet inir.
YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE
Mrs. Nels I'.
this tnorninir of
dioek ' result inr
end her lite. Mic
Anderson. who :it
last Tuesday, died
pneumonia anil the
from her effort to
was years of ae.
Arthur Wcidlcin leates Saturday
for Honduras. Central America, to
ek his comrade. Archie Kelso, of
whom nothiuir has been heard since
he left hint sick with the feter last
fall. FtVorts to locate him hate fail-
d and the .vounir man will search
him out, and incidentally take up the
business of freight injr at a mule
load per t rip.
Fifty new members will 1
into the Moline club Momiat
as the result of the I'linva;
V 3 "
ami ihe result
TKis is Yoir Groceryman.
alxises you 1o use rood wholesome irrocerics.
that ton will have less tloetor bills to pay.
" We Handle Good Goods in all Lines.
To eat cheap canned "roods is the same as takinjr poison.
Our patent Hour at .l.it) is as irood as any flour in the mark
We Quote You This Day:
None such mince meat
Imperial Catsup, per
bid tie llc
laUimr ptti!er. Ii .t'e B?
Ku nif or.
IJuaker Oats, per lb
ISostoii Iteaeli Mackerel.
Milkhe;-s ilerriofj-. per do
Kena issa nee Toilet Soap,
W. J. MOELLER,
m;;o fifth ayfm i:
has been carried on of late for acces
sessions. The new members art busi
ness and professional men and repre
sentative members of the community.
The club will have
enthusiasm is hiyh.
ti'.O mcuibers and
. I.izie Harris, aired :27 tears, a
nt of Walker station, was tried
her sanity before a commission
I. V. Moriran and
ippears that Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Iowa street, have bee
their daughter. Miss
has the smallpox and
Mumiii. of (10
11 notified that
nt the home of
her jrrandparents at
Fva (. Arinil, by her attorney. A
'. Mctiuirk. Ix'irati an action in tin
1st net court .yesterday airamst her
husband, llenrv II. Armil. for whom
she wishes to be named as guardian
Her jietition makes the assertion that
the defendant is '2 tears of aire and
in tailmir lieaitn. so inai ne is hot
ible to care lor himself, and, accord
uifT to his wife s view of the 'mattei
is hardly conscious of his surround-
inirs so that he is easily led bv his
irother into an allefrei
tilitv to his wife.
state of hos-
BEST FOR '
Don't Be Fooledi
Taka the ferjuln, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only ty Madison Medt
cine Co.. Madiaoo. Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trad a
mark cat en each package.
Price, 31 cant, fitver aoid
In bulk. Accept no anbati
HwtuTiiiin tute. Aak your druggUU
m aJ-a T I
Pla!int Plfhl- Poton. Tn.to fnnA. Tto
O00U t-ver Sicken Weaken or Cripf. Wc, Sc. Mc.
Merllae Ktmrtj Oaptajr, Ulue., Inlml, X.w Iwk. 3
TKEt TASTE VEBY S
MUCH LI Kt IOI
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
$:tl to California via the C. I. I. -
r. railway, j iironarii tourist cars
$;;() to points in Orcfroii via the (
K. I. & 1'. railway.
C, IJ. & Q. Uailway company will
have on sale Feb. 18th uml March
4th nnd Istn homcscekcrs tickets at
one fare plus $-.00 for the round trip,
pood 21 days from date of sale, for
the principal points in the south, west
and north. I 'heap rate one way
colonists' tickets will also be on sale
to points in ihe north, nort h'.vest and
west every day durinir March and
The Kock Island & Peoria will sell
round trip tickets to various points
in the southeast and south March 4
and IS at one fare plus ?:. tall or
telephone city ticket office. 1S13 Sec
ond nventte, or depo.t, foot of Twenti
eth street, for full information.
Low rates to a number of points in
the north and west tin the ('. II. I. &
V. railway, tall at the city office,
IS13 Second avenue, for full informa
eimposed of Dr?
V. O. I Sea in. It
Harris had an attack of melancholia
in Is'.i'.i and reentered, but recently
there has been a recurrence of the
malady. The commission returned a
verdict declaring her insane. She
wtis ordered committed to the Water
tow 11 hospital.
John llehnberir died at 7: 1.1 o'clock
Wednesday eteninr of dropsy, after
an illness in bed of, about a week, al
though he had been ailing for sonic
tune previous, lie was i years or
atre. hatinir been born in Sweden Dec.
24. ls:iu. He came to this country in
ls'.l. and has resided here ever since
with the exception of about ten
months in iss:.'. which he spent in the
Id country. He was formerly em
ployed at Diinock. (ioiild Co.'s. and
more recently at the Moline Plow
company's, lie leates 110 family, lint
two nephews. Carl and Krick Kchn-
berjr. of this city, and two brothers
and one sister in the old country, lie
was a brother ot the late William
Kehnberir. who died June 'J'.K l'.'OO.
Moline has never seen a belter year
than the present promises to be in
the line of buildintr. Anionir the
latest contracts let is that for eiirht
residences lor .Mrs. .Mice walker
which Safe I'.ros. will erect in the
Sixth ward in Child's addition. In
the same ward it is said that thirty
new houses will be put up 011 ihe old
Wheelock tract. Joseph Kank will
have his residence on Ninth avenue
remodeled nv w . .x. 1 raiir ami a new
x-rooincil house will be erected next
to it on the east. Mr. Craicr will also
remodel the Hewsoii residence ou
Seventh avenue, now owned by a
brother of Dr. I.. D. Dunn. A new
tore will be erected at the corner of
hteenth avenue and Seventh street
to be occupied by a saloon. It will j
be IMxiiO feet, front inir on the avenue. 1
K. !. P.ufe will be in char-re and the
present ciirar and candy store, of
which he is proprietor, will be moved
to the rear of the lot and Peter Ste
vens take control ot it. nr. r. n.
Oardner is also contemplating lutild-
iiifT several residences 011 his lots on
the corner of Twentieth street and
Sixth avenue. The one will be a
double house and will be placed di
rectly on the corner, facing- Sixth av
enue, ihe other house win ne suurie
and will be built east of the double
one. As soon as the plans are com
pleted the contracts wil! be let ami
the work will be pushed us rapidly as
WE ARE NOT IN DOUBT
TIIEKKFOKi: AVE ("AX I'All AXTEE Y )I A PKUKKt "f CUKE
IX CHRONIC. NKRVOrs UR PRIVATE DISEASES OF BOTH
SEXES. TOP KNOW" OCR G 1 ARAXTEE IS AS GOOD AS
GOLD. THAT IS EXOUG1I TO REMOVE YOUR DOUBT.
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X-Ivay Examination Free by Our
Static Machine, tlic Earnest in the Country.
ne of perfect
Our system has
Till: PAST ha
success for u years,
been tried, and it ha
the cure sought for.
Till: Pi:KSi;.T enormous
of our business is due to out
in cui-iny this class of disease
Till: IT'Tl'in: patrons of our office
will receive the same ue er-failing
treatment that has brought health
to all and success to us. We can as
sure these who treat with us in the
future that they will reeeitc the
same treatment that has been a suc
cess in our hands for over :':) years.
We don't hate to experiment with
new fads to lind a cure for chronic
tliseases. Hccause our system of
treatment is absolutely perfect.
it cannot be improtcd
1:1. i:c 1 i;k ity is thi: most pow-
l-:iti'lL Curalite Afent kuowli
in all Diseases l'eeiiliar to Women,
Catarrh. Nervous Kxhaustion, liheum
atism, .Ncuralfjia, l'ara lysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia, P.ackache,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc.. etc.
Oi l; SPKCIAI. SST:.M of treat
ment will care you of Nervous Debil
ity, Threatened Insanity. Piles, J.oss
if Will Power. Kxhuustivc Drains,
Sleejilessiiess. Lost Manhood. Defec
tive Memory. Stricture. Syphilis, and
all P.iood uml Kidney Diseases.
YAW!'. Ol"i:i.i: cured in from one to
t h fee 1 re a t men t s.
Onlv eurable cases taken. If vou
cannot call, "tvrite. Hundreds cured
Honrs. 0 to YZ a. m.. "J to .1 and 7 to
S p. 211. Sunday, I1:::i) to !:::) p. in.
Office, McCuIIough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WqlIsK.
Subscribe for The Argus.
Iloeky Mountain Tea taken now
will keep the whole family well. If
it fails bring- it back and pet your
cash. 33c. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
J. F Robinson, President.
L. D. MctXiB. Vice President.
H. F. Cast eel, Cashier.
CENTRAL TRUST and SAVINGS
Rock Islhnd, 111.
Irce-pcratod Uoder State Law.
Capital Stuck, I OO.IIllll. Tliree-unil-a-liair Per Cent Intrrst I'ahl tin lirpoj-ltn.
Estates nnd property of all kinds are manag-ed by this department
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company.
act as executor of and trustee under Wills, tuuunisrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Keceiver and assignee of insolven estates. General financial agent for
non-residents women, invalids and others.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the iThree-ainl-a-lialf PerCent
State Law. G Paid on Interest.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Kcal Estate Security.
J. M. Ihiford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
and occupying S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde'a new building.
U.S. Cable, P. Greenawal,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. 1. Hull, L. Simon,
E.W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.