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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902.
Some . Sensible Advice to TTo
men by Mrs. E. Sailer.
"Dear Mrs. Pi.nkham: When I
passed through what is known as
change of life, I had two years' suf
fering. sudden beat, and as quick
chills would pass over me ; my appetite
wa variable and I never could tell for
If ' r J
MRS. E. SAILER,
President German Relief Association,
Los Angeles Cal.
a day at a time how I would feel the
next day. Five bottles of LiYlia I
IMnkliam'a Vegetable Compound
changed all that, my days became days
of health, and I have enjoyed every day
since now six years.
' " We have used considerable of your
Vegetable Compound in our charitable
work, as we find that to restore a poor
mother to health so she can support her
self and those dependent upon her, if
such there be, is truer charity than to
give other aid. You .have my hearty
endorsement, for you have proven
yourself a true friend to suffering wo
inen.r Miw. E. Sailer, 756'$ Hill St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. $5000 forfeit If above tes
timonial i not genuine.
No other person can trive such
helpful advice to women who
are sick as can Sirs. Pinkliam,
for no other has had such prreat
experience her address is Lynn,
Mass., and her advice free if
you are sick write her you are
foolish if you don't.
.1 till A Si
For the Baths
A breath of Pine Balsam in every cake.
and gotten a
why ail ars
tie K filled ho
this famous op is because tliey always find u in- l.ea!
injz And rtrtrcMi-rtC properties nut pr:ri ly 'ilt-r
soips, beinff made from specially meditated vcrtltic
Oli tnd baisims nad entirely tree front noviou infrr-
clients present n ownr soap. Its
Krcat mcni is it aDolutc power
over cerm t ct.titairious and
kin r s-s I r it f rt-tr'y and
Lc sale from ihrsc d.,n,';r I
keeps ine pores liv-a't.'.v anil
make In skin "imcM.tfunn nv.
It rirutities tlte skin ol infanTs
1 and chiMrri. and is iincmHr.. lor
' ciean inn lite s atlnarHl mak'tiL tine
silken hair. Always ue u tor pim
ples, lan. chafinc, rough hands, cic.
20c. Caitt at ladtDrrf-rorabiT r3
emke. tV-c .Mat. Wd oa recript r4 pne
tj Tum hOMDom BVTTLT Co., 863 BrotUra. VoeU
For sale by T. H. TfaovuM. 130 Second
avenue. A. J. R'ess. Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street Marshall. .&i8 Second avenue,
Heimbeck. 624 Third avenue.
The stoekhoHers of the WoydrufT-
Kroy company met Tuesday and
elected the following directors for the
ensuing- year: II. .Mittelbuscher, F.
r . emitter. I.,, l". Host. .J. K. I ava-
nnnirli and L. !. Siisemihl. The ilireo
tors nt their meeting later elected
Mr. Mittolbuscher president and Mr.
Schutter secretary- and treasurer.
One day last week Dr. Miildleton
sustained a erv sliirht puneture of
the thumb while- dressing a wound.
Moid.iv of this week he expected to
go ti; Iowa City, to attend the com
mencement exercises of the medical
department of the slate university
but shortly before he was to take the
train he felt ill. and did not make the
start. Symptoms of blood poisoning
appeared rapidly, and by last night
he was suffering considerably, and
passed rather a hard night.
Subscriptions for the new Second
an. IVrrv street hotel are being gat h-
ere I every da v. Todav has seen some
substantial additions to the list. Tin
Chicr.iro monev that wants in to the
extent of $7.1.000 is ready to make it
iion.ooo. but it looks now as though
the people of this city meant to take
all there is left. It will be all tin
bettir to have the stock owned here.
jail, awaiting a
of a Davenport
she gave him a
which to get it out of hock
explained its disappearance
is in the Scot t county
hearing on complaint
lady friend, who sajs
ring for safe keeping
sn ve h i m i?-0 wi t h
Pure Rye" mhiskcy
it is old
CAHN. BELT .Sc CO.. Baltimore. M1.
A. H. LI ITT,
Distributor. Itock Island.
A nd ;ee that you 'tH.
Lvcry tav durinj; the months of
March and April, l'J0- the UNION
PACIFIC will sell Colonist one-wav
tickets at the following rates:
To Ogden ami Salt Luke
To liutte. Anaconda and
he bad pawned it. She complain:
thai 11 Itosret her she has triven In in
$i:;?. and explains it only on tip
thcoiy that he hypnotized her. Weid
lein recently went to Muscatine to
take a place in the Muscatine freight
house, and was broiirht back from
there by Detective .Tansen.
Ilarrv llamanu was fined $.1 and
costs, or 1 4 in all. bv .Justice Fin
ger ester-lay morning, after trial on
the charire of disturbing the peace.
Adolph Arp. superintendent of th
citv parKs. was ine coniiiaiiinig "li
nes-;. He told the court that Mr
llamann had conn into his yard.
called him from the house, and ad
dressed him 111 terms that were con
trary to all the rules of etiiiet. in a
oi- loud enough to attract Mrs. Arp
from the house, in whose presnce the
How of bad language ran right on.
County Attorney I.ischcr and Chief
Kessler arc puzzled oxer what action
to lake in the case of a lot of small
boys who ban" been breaking into cars
down in the II.. C. I. A- X. vards, and
commit t ing depredations and wanton
mischief which will have to be stop
ped 111 some wav. One of their acts
was to break all the windows of a
glass "hot tomale" wagon that stood
upo.i a tlatcar. ami sealed cars have
been broken into and other acts conv
mitted that compelled the railroad
companies to go after the youngsters
(). F. Spaulding. one of the former
proprietors of the St. .lames hotel, is
to leave hero in aoout two weeks for
Decatur. 11.1. Mr. Spaulding has in
terests in that part of the country
that call for his attention, and he
feels that he can give them ln-tter
care there than lie can Ity living hero.
though he dislikes to give up his home
in Davenport as much ns the friend:
he has made here hate to have hiui
Mrs. ". S. Johnson entertained
friends at her home, 171'.) I.eClaire
trcct. Tuesday evening, at a whist
party. 10 tables leing played. I-ifty
invitations were out for a card party
1st evening, with the same lady as
hostess, and f0 more of her friends
will lie entertaineu al an auernoon
At the county infirmary yesterday
occurred the death of Samuel V.. Kvn-
irle. at the age of over 00 years. 11 is
loath was the result 0 a complica-
ion of kidney and other diseases,
from which he sunereil for some
inie. although he was not seriously
ill for any great length of time. He
was a native of Pennsylvania ami
came to low a in Ins youtn. tie laugni
-chfxd and later became deputy coun
ty recorder under Mr. Suitor, lie re-
ceivoil a legal education and was 111
the employ of several prominent of
fices, anil also in partnership with
A. P. Mctluirk ami W. A. McCarvey.
dudge P. 15. Wolfe in the district
court yesterday denied the habeas
corpus proceedings brought by Mrs.
Tillie IJothermel and directed
against Sheriff McArthur anil Supt.
(iass of the Orphans' Home, whereby
she sought to have the two Slater
children, Kdith and Hazel, released
from the home, where they- were
committed recently by Judge Ilollin
ger. Judge Wolfe held that the pro
ceedings appointing Sheriff McArthur
guardian of the children could not
be attacked collaterally and further
that habeas corpus proceedings is a
Hamilton (Ironon, son of Otto (iro-
iii-n, I lie civil engineer in the employ
of the I'nited States government sta
tioned at Itock Island arsenal, arriv
al home yesterday from the Philip
pines. He is 111 poor health and came
home upon the order of the attending
surgeon, who made the significant
statement that unless he went at that
time he might have to be shipped
later in a box. Mr. (Ironon stood the
trip remarkably well considering the
condition he is in. and it is the belief
that he will, after a short rest, soon
regain his former rugged health.
I'he regular mooting of the board
of health was held Tuesday after
noon and was a short session. Dr. I
H. l'reston. the city physician, read
his monthly report for the month of
March showing the cases of eonta
gious diseases that wore reported
during the month. These wore class!
tied as follows: Smallpox. :tj; scarlet
fever. 7-: typhoid. 7; diphtheria. 0
chickenpox. 4: whooping cough.
measles. 0. It was also decided at
the meeting to roipiest Dr. Souder:
the milk inspector for the Tri-Citv
ittled Milk and Itutter company, to
report upon his inspections of the
products of the above company.
The death of Mrs. Mary Leahy.
mother of Mrs. Thomas J. Feeney,
occurred at .;:.;o vosterdav aiternoon
Mr. Leahy was 07 year of ago.
The council last evening accepted
the resignation of Chief of Police
Frank Kosslcr to take effect April 17.
Last evening Justice A It 111a 11 per
formed the ceremony at his otTio
which made Jacob r.olmg an-l Alvina
Wohlers man ami wife. ISotli are re
idehts f t his cit v.
Miss Ida Stark, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Oeorge Stark, of s.'J West
Eighth st root. leaves todav for-.ow
York on her wav to Kurope. where
lie will take up the study of music
at the Conservatory of Lieiisie.
Davenport lodge No. 2 of the I!.
I. O. II. has installed the following
newly elected officers: Kxalted ruler.
Henry Yollmer: esteemed leading
knight, J. P.. Mover; esteemed loval
knight. ( harles S. Cameron; esteem
ed lecturing knight. Charles Maher;
treasurer. A. Ilenigbaum: secretary
Louis Muhs; triistct'tfor throe year:
Charles J. Hagemaiiu; tvler, J. 1'
M iueha 11.
The marriage of Kmil Schmidt and
Miys Yiola M. Foster took place last
evening at the home ot the oride s
parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Foster.
7-'s Fast Sixth street. The ceremony
was jierfortned in the presence of the
immediate families bv Kev. D. W.
Wylie. formerly pastor of the Second
Presbyterian church in this city, who
came from lowa 1 nv lor ine purpose
I mOLINE MENTION
A streak of bad luck seems to -have
struck the employes of the Hoot and
Yanderburg Oasoline Engine works
111 i-iisi -Moiine, inree accidents oc
curring in throe successive days.
Monday afternoon an employe named
(Jordoih, an engine expert, was lining
up five cells of battery 011 the wall.
using a ladder in his work. In step
ping from Ihe ladder his arm caught
one of-the wires, pulling the rest
down with it, and filling his eyes with
Hie soda, it required three men to
hold him flown, the pain became so
intense. Water was poured on hi
face and eyes, which alone saved him
from losing his eyesight. His face
was badly burned.
1 uosday an employe named Iry
. 1.1 .
iifi-u-s wiino running a naoK saw ac
cidentally started the machine going
and in grabbing for the lever to stop
it caught hold of the saw and the top
of the index finger of the left hand
was torn off. Yesterday afternoon
Dick Kosocrantz. while working with
a rip saw. lost part of his thumb and
the first and second fingers of hi
ioit naiui. 1 no pianu which he was
holding had a knot in it which caus
ed it to jump from the saw.
At a meeting at Swedish Olive hall
Tuesday evening Mauuftict lire
I. ..I ..... . II - . .... n
lodge .m. 4,s. installed 11s oiiicers lor
the year. L. A. Yinton. lodge deputy.
acted as installing officer and the fol
lowing were installed: Fast grand.
II. W. Hamilton; noble grand. Fred
Moberg; vice grand, J. II. Fisher; sec
retary. Thus. Caverly; financial see
retry, Jule Newton; treasurer, L. A.
William iiov was arrested ioesdav
evening 011 a warrant sworn our by
iMnx I'eterson. the expressman.
charging him with spending $-''.r,
which belonged to Peterson and was
found in a pocket book bv llov. llov
was woiKing at the ireignt house o:
the C. H. I. & P. and while at work
found the pocket book containing tht
money, which had fallen out of Pet
erson s pocket while he was loading
his wagon, llov was seen by one of
his follow workmen pick the pocket-
book up and to keep him si ill lie gave
h mi ?J.1. That veiling they both
went. 10 our sister eiuos 1111:1 proooed-
i 10 nave a not time. 111 every sa
loon they slopped at they ordered tin
drinKs tor the house until suspicion
was aroused and arrest f olh.wed.-
ommchcitig last evening and con
tinuing every Wednesday evcnin;
until further notice Uov. Dennett
Frickson of the Swedish Daptist
hiirch. began services at Iiothany
ehaiM'l 111 .South Moiine. Pastor
Friekson has arranged for these ser
vices 111 order to accommodate the
Swedish speaking people of the south
Flection returns did not in th
least affect the attendance at Ihe
.eo I a council card party luosdav ev-
.To Points on the Great
Northern Rv., Spo
kane to Wenatchce inc., ia Hunting
ton and Spokane.
Anr fr 10 Points on drcat
3uUU Northern Ity., west of
Wcnatchee, via Huntington and Sjk-kane.
To Portland, Tacoma
To Ashland, Oregon and
including Hranch Lines on S. P. Co.,
south of Portland, via Portland.
!-0vlLI Angeles and other
California Points. ,
Full information cheerfully furnished
on application to:
W. G. NEIMYER, C. A.,
193 South Clark SU Chicago. Ill
THE. MODERN STOVE POLISH,
V.. F. Tillinghast. the esteemed ed
itor of the Davenport Democrat, has
been appointed by the state depart
ment at Washington a delegate to
the international conference of the
Hod Cross at St. Petersburg. Hussia.
May (I to '!. He has accepted. Others
named as delegates from this coun
try are Hoar Admiral W.'K. A'anroy-
nen and lr. .Nicholas renn. 01 v nica-
rtt nml Mrs. Helen J. Foster and Miss
Clara Hart on. Mr. Tilfmghast has al
ways been prominent in philanthropic
movements and served as chairman
of the Iowa committee that sent the
ship Tviuhond with 7,000.000 pound:
of flour and corn for the relief of
Russian famine sufferers in ls'il.
cuing and .Masonic hall was well tilled
with a crowd of in-ople, who spent a
most enjoyable evening. Progressive
ciiHiiic was played at t In rt v-iivo
tables. Miss Mae iambic capt 11 rod the
ladies first prize. Miss Elizabeth
Sohrader the second, and Miss Chris
tine Schrader the consolation. Tin
gent lemon's prizes foil to Frank
Wheelock, William Lundgrcn and
William Fvers. A social session and
the serving of ice cream and cakt
followed the card playing.
FIRE PROOF !!
WILLOW BARIC Drujik-
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Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
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Write for literature. DANVERS, ILL.
The Cirpt IllHtnuI Swamp
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
malaria germs. So is low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere. These
germs cause weakness, chills and ro
ver, aches in the bones ami muscles.
and may induce dangerous maladies.
ISut Electric P.itters never fail to de
stroy them and cure malarial trou
bles. They will surely prevent ty
phoid. "We tried many remedies for
malaria and stomach and liver trou
bles." writes John Charleston.
of P.yesville, Ohio, 'but never found
anything as good ns Electric Hit
ters." Try them. Only 50c. Hartz
& Hahnsen guarantee satisfaction.
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
From her western home back lo
that of her earlier life, ihe remains-
if Mrs. Emily S. Holmes wore started
on the noon tnun yesterday 10 11 mi
their last resting place in the 1 it 1 lo
village of Connotlon, Ohio. Mrs. F.
P.. McKeevor ami her brother, W. P
Holmes, accompanied them.
The members of the W. C. T. I, held
a mooting Tuesday afternoon in the
Methodist- church which was well at
tended. A good deal of business was
gone through, among which the most
important was the making of ar
rangements tor the coming county
convention which will bo hold at the
l'.aptist church. It was decided to
hold it 011 April 14 and at the conven
tion the state president. Miss Urchin.
will be present.
A plan was devised Tuesday evening
at the mooting of the Kotail .Mer
chants association by which the
members hope to do away with all
unnecessary program advertising lor
local entertainments and to discour
age the canvass and the purchasing
of tickets lor eiiieriaiimienis. 01c.
The plan decided on was to hang
placards 8x10 inches in size in a con
spicuous place in the store of each
member of Ihe association. The pla
cards will contain the' following:
"We, the members of the Moiine Mer
chants association are; bound not to
purchase tickets, patronize programs
or make any donations except for
charitable purjoses." Solicitors for
charitable work will bo referred to
the. association and it as a whole will
donate to any worthy cause, instead
of each merchant net tag- independ
mjpiLMm WJsiwl Ih-WtLv
M.ss Hei-Ed Hart ActCAOo.
What was hist season the East End
football team has organized and will
hereafter be known as the Fast End
Athletic club, with the object of
awakening an interest in field ath
loties as well as in football and base
ball. ISy the first of May it will have
a baseball team in the field which will
be able to compete with any team.
111 tins vicinity.
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THREE WELL KNOWN YOUNG LADIES WHO ARE RECEIVING WONDERFUL
RESULTS FROM THE USE OF OANDERINE.
KNOWtTON DANDERIN2 CO-.Chka.-TO.nl. CfcIcgo. Jn. 30. IMS.
Dr Sir : Two of my girl friend and myself he been usiog your Dandrnne for tevcnl montis. We :t commenced nsmg il
tent th rami lint, nd n are seeiog which of us ea grow ttie longest tir. For a month we used it once iy. after that twice 10
three timci week. All of oor hair i much thicker (ban it was, and mine is fully seventeen inches longer. It seems th longer it gets
he faster tt gtews. Are we using it to the wry best advantage? Kindly answrr e( once. "jZiu HolAC 51 so slit Ave
We here show photographs of three young ladies who are having a hair-growing rare, the loser to pay for all
the tonic used. There is also another agreement entering into the wager (upon which we r.re not fully informed)
concerning matrimony. AVe will try and fhow their photographs again when the contest is closed.
Nearly Every Lady in the City of Ghscnge Uses Bandcrine
and if you will look nt tho wraith of luxuriant and leantiftil hair exhibited In ll:e aboc i-ln tocrai't.s 3 011 will spp tfce reason for It. It Is
th only rrmctly ever discovered that will make hair prow ami mo it from lallinc nt (we back that statement With
Kive Thnusnrid Iinllnro). Chicaco. St. I.onis, Kansas City, Nfw York and Hotcn deaiers are now huyins it by the car load in ord'-r
to supply the tremendous demand, which Its unbounded mi-rit has created. i'retty &ubUiiitial proof 11 i merit, is it not? suro
you pet the (lonuine, made only by tho Kiiowlton Handcrimr o.. hicairo.
NOW at all drupKbts In three sizes, 25c.,' 50c. and $1.C0" per bottle.
To show how quickly Pandorine arts we will send n lnrje T-.rple free bv return mail to anyone who
sends this advertisement to iho KNOWI.TON DAMIKUINK to, IIICA.), with their name and
address and 10 cents iu silver or stamps to pay postage.
WE ARE NOT IN DOUBT
l-'or-ix yoar-H 5 i a-a victiniofilyM.
popti:i in its m-r-i 1.1 in. I 1 n.ltl eat- not hit.sr
b'lt milk t.i;.i. at l.nn-s nv s.omarti unnul
r.ot retain !inl .i ev-'i ii. 1!. JVisi March I
betMii taking CAM'ACI'.TS 1 i;.l sini-i- then I
iave steailily Improved, a.a:. 1 am as w ell us I
ccr v.us i;i my ii!'-.-'
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Nothing but a loc
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The Specific Is
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Allays inflammation, heals and protects the
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Estate of A. C Ivnockc. deceased.
The undcrsiKued ttavinr occn appointed
executrix of the 4a.st will :md testament of
A C. Knockc. late of the county of Rock
Inland, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear before
the county court of Koek Island county, at
the county court room, in the city of Rock IfJ
aad, at the Ju-c term on the Orj.t Mon
day In June next, at which time all per
sona bavin fr claims atrainst said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
Ot baring the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to raid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this CUh day of Mareh. A. D.
CuKA C. K.NUCKC, tJtCCUt:li.