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TUB ARGUS, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1902.
Chicago Dental Company
Tor Painless Dentistry
Call and have your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling or cTowning; will cost
before the work is commenced.
Eeta 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 Hates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do. and fit when all oth
. ers fau by our method.
Cement Fillings 25C
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling g0C
BiUer Fillings 5QC
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $ 1.00
Gold Crowns, 4 to 0 4.00
Bet of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
0er Speidel's Drug Store.
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lt Rock Islard 8 05 am
Ar rcorla 11 'JO am
Atlanta. Ga 8 !0 am
" llloominifvon. 111.... 1 25 pm
" Champalftr, 111 2 40 pm
' C nclnnatt, 0 9 0a pm
Decatur. Ill 2 45 pm
" Evansville, In 8 33 pm
" Indianapolis, Ind.... 0 01 pm
" Jacksonville. ,111.... 3 45 pm
,cksonvUIe, Fla... 7 50 pn
louisvlle. Ky It 10 pm
Muncle, Ind 7 48 pm
" Mobile, Ala 4 15 pm
" Memphis, Tenn 8 05 am
' Nashville, Tenn 12 45 am
' New Orleans, La T 15 pm
" Richmond, Va 3 30 pm
' Sprin?fleld. Ill 2 30 pra
" St. Louis, Mo 6 12 pm
' Teire Haute, Ind... 5 30 pm
" Washington, D. C... 3 35 pm
1 45 pm
4 57 pm
7 30 pm
8 25 pm
8 00 pm
7 10 am
0 C5 pm
8 05 am
3 30 an.
II 88 pm
7 50 am
9 30 am
5 55 am
3 55 am
8 05 am
9 05 am
7 15 pm
8 iO as
9 10 rm
7 16 am
5 20 am
6 47 am
Ai additional I'Mifnfer Train )tn
Rock Island ast 7:35 p. m. and reach
Peoria at 10:30 p. m.
E. L. GOFF, Agent.
M. A. PATTERSON, G. P.
SAWED BUILDING STONE,
ASHLAR AND TRIMMINGS
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color
the wall with alkili, etc.
Plans sent us for estimates
will receive careful attention
and be returned promptly at
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, 13. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
IlUIlrflE STONE, CORN CRIIJ
BLOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE, ANY SiZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos
of building-s can be seen at
Room No. 12, Mitchell &
Lynde's building. Address:
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, I1L
Kntate of Henry Mueller, deceased.
The undersigned having oeeo appointed ad
mtnistrator of the estate of Henry Mueller
late of tne county cf Rock Island, state of 1111
DOls, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before tbe county court of Bock
Island county, at tbe county court room.
is tne city or kock uuana at toe July term,
on tbe first Monday In Ju'y next, at wblob
time all persons having; claims against said
estate are notmea ana requested to attend, for
purpose oi saving tne same adjusted.
AU persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this l7;b day of May, A. D IBT2.
CormiD HcuutR, Administrator.
Estate of Wilbelm Tbiemc, deceased.
- Tbe undersigned bavrnr oeeo aoDolnted ad
miolstrator of the estate of Wilbelm TTileme,
late or tbe county or Kock island, state oi
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before tbe county court of Rook
island couaty, at tne county vmrt room,- in
the city of Hock Island, at the Ju'y term,
on the first Monday in July nest, at whlct
time all persona having claims against said
estate are notlHed and requested to attend
for tbe purpose of having tbe same adjusted
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this ieih day of May. A. D. 1902.
Otto GotTsc-h. Administrator.
Swkhit & Walker, Attorneys for A i ml n-
DON'T BE FOOLED!
: Take (be genuine, oigloal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. - Our trsde
mark cut oa each oacltaira.
'Prjce, 35 cents. Never sold
la bulk. Accept no subeU
tssiss " Ak you druggUW
, School girls arc proverbially
pretty. Fact is, it's a pretty
age that time in a girl's life
when she has all the beauties
of womanhood without the
later lines of care and worry.
But here and there even
among sciiool girls appear
pale drawn faces a dullness
and lack of freshness which
tells a plain story of thin blood.
Now this is not right. But
Scott's Emulsion can make
it right. Scott's Emulsion is
what these pale girls need.
Scott's Emulsion brings back
the beauty to their faces be
cause it is blood food.
Rend for Free Sample.
SCOTT & EOVV'NK, Chemists, VX) Tcarl St.. N Y.
Black Hawk Inn
Now open for the sum
Order meals by telephone.
(ircmuds in readiness for
picnic and wild Hower
AIw&.ys the Rest
For Drinking, Baking and Eating.
lie Sure To Ask
For this package,
HIb screw top with
our name on. Write
us for FHEK sample
of COCOA and KECI
PKS. Runkel Brothers
13 River street.
415-451 W. 31th St..
"YOUR MONEY IS
and will be refunded to you if sltet USlflJ
. THE FAKOU3
yon aro not eatisficd with results.
Tbi3 ia our guarantee which la good
only an our Ccnt3 naraca below.
Wot Sal and Guaranteed Only By
" II A R PER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Texas, Colorado, New Mexico,
Arizona. One fare plus $2.00 "
round trip. May G and 20.
Crops sure and profitable;
climate healthful; choice
locations for general business
stock ranches and fruit farms.
The place to make money.
Ask about homes in Pecos,
Rio Grande and Arkansas val
leys. II. D. MACK,
Santa Fe Gen. Agent,
210 Eighteenth street, Kock Island.
Notice to tbe stockholders of the Daven
port. Kock Island &. Worth western Riiilway
company of Illinois.
The annual meeiintr oi tne stocunoiaers or
the Davenport. Roc Island & North western
Railway company of Illinois, will be held at
tneoQtee of the company in the city of Kock
Island, in tbe mate f Illinois, on Mondsy, the
s'xteentb day of June, 1902. at the hour of 11
am. for tie purpose of eleetirir a board of
directors and for tbe'ransactlnn of ucb other
bsHioesH as may lawfully come before tbe
Dated this 12tb day of May. A. I).. u3.
W. R. Mobri.hoi.
The marriage of Frank IJuesing and
Miss Clara Mueller occurred Saturday
evening' at 7:'M at the home of the
bride. at Eiirhth and Ainsworth
streets, Magistrate Finger officiating.
The happy event was celebrated later
in the evening at t'laus (iroth hall.
where the wedding supper was served
and the future happiness of the bride
and groom was pledged by many of
their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Buesing
will live at 424 Alma avenue.
Saturday afternoon occurred the
field day exercises of the gymnastic
classes of St. (Catherine's hall. The
feature of the program was the bas
ket ball game for which prepartious
had been made in the line of a lively
demonstration. The teams were the,
Red and Yellow, and the partisans of
the two teams had elaborately deco-
atid the lawn with their colors.
This was preceded by rival parades of
the Reds and Yellows, which brought
out many original and pretty as well
us noisv ideas. The game resulted in
the score of IS to It in favor of the
Yellows. Miss A. I. Brooks, physical
instructor, had charge of the exer
cises. The lineup of the two teams
follows: Yellows Paula Frahin and
(ilailys Letts, forwards; Mahle
Swearinggen, Margaret Manker and
(Jrace Tatnal, (captain), cento
Margaret Kohu and Clara .loncs,
guards. Reds Elsa Petersen and .len-
nie Davis, forwards; (J race Oilchrist,
Phoebe Rollins and Jean ShewcII. cen
ters; Klla lionise Morrison, (captain.)
and Ethel Baker, guards.
At the meeting of a number of the
committees oi J.lKs who nave cliargc
if thecoming carnival it was announc
ed by Director Kindt that he had se
cured the services of A. H. Barklev of
Kansas City for the floral parade
which will be a feature of the carnival.
Mr. Barkley has nad a wide experience
in superintending such parades, and
he will come" to Davenport in a short
time fully equipped to take charge of
the special work.
The Davenport Maenncrchor will
celebrate its 51st anniversary at
ciiueizen parii muikiuv, .m;iv i.'o.
Some of the songs to be sung at the
Peoria Saengerfest arc to be rendered
by the United Singers of Davenport,
and the Maenncrchor will also sing
several selections. There will also be
prize bowling and other amusements.
Saturday afternoon at the Mile
Track the second track team of the
high school won a Held meet from
the baseball team of the same school
by a score of 7WS points to 46'.
jMints out of a possible 117 points.
The records were very good consider
ing that the oaseball team' had not
practised the track events, although
no state records were endangered.
Rev. C. C. Davis, pastor oi the Chris
tian church, on Saturday afternoon
marred A. F. Priest and Miss Sarah
Mintcr of this city.
Justice J. S. A It man at .' o'clock
Saturday aftermjun united in mar
riage Civile Empticld and Miss Cath
erine Egers. both of this city. The
ceremony was performed at the office
of the justice, opposite the court
The Flick & Johnson Construction
company lias secured anotlicr im
portant contract. It involves $1,
jdO.OOt) and construction railroad work
on the Rio Grande railway in I'tah
is the objective. Mr. Johnson of the
company sent the notice to the loca'
office Sat unlay afternoon.
Tuesday and Wednesday of this
wcck the .iiiin annual diocesan con
vention of the Episcopal church of
Iowa will be held in this citv. "The
G. C. Clemens,
Kan., the no
who bears so
striking a re
semblance t o
( Samuel B.
he is frequent
ly taken for the
original Mark, G- c- Clement,
is a man of deep intellect and
wide experience. He is con
sidered one of the foremost
lawyers in this country. In a re
cent letter to the Dr. Miles
Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says:
"Personal experience snd obser
vation have thoroughly satisfied me that
Dr. Miles' Nervine contains true merit,
and is excellent for what it is recom
mended." Mr. Norman Waltrip, Sup. Pres. Bank
ers' Fraternal Society, Chicajjp, says:
are invaluable for headache and sll
pain. I had been a great sufferrr from
headache until I learned cf the efficacy
cf Dr. Miles' Pain 1'iii. Now 1 alwavi
carry them and prevent recurring at
tacks by taTcin? a pill when the symp
toms first appear." ....
Sold by I1 Drurctsts. .
Price. 25c. per Box,
.Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind..,
l j A a
thriving condition, of tbe Iowa church
justifies the expectation of a large
attendance. The convention will
open with communion serivce at
Grace cathedral at 10:;i0 Tuesday
morning, Rev. Shaw of St. Andrews,
Vtaverly, preaching the sermon.
At the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Htnry Lange. 1108 West Second
occurred the death of Edward D.
Lunge, in the 44th year of his age.
The deceased is survived by his par
ents, three sisters and two brothers.
iim iunerai was neiu irom tiie resi
dence at 2 o'clcok yesterday after
noon, with interment at Fairmont. .
, , - - -
The remains of Marie Duden, aged
C7, wife of John Duden, who die!
Thursday at - Morbonia (Red Cross)
hospital, were shipped to Sterling, 111.,
for interment. The deceased had
been an inmate of the hospital for
At the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Sarah I'.eil, in Eldridge, this county,
Saturday occurred the death of Mrs.
Emilie Dayton in the 05th year of her
age. The decease;! is survived by
three sons. Charles, (ieorge and Eric,
one daughter, Mrs. Surah Bell of El
dridge. Miss Susie ('luspidl, one of the tal
ented young ladies of this city, has
received word of the acceptance of a
story of hers by the Black Cat Maga
zine. The .story was submitted in a
prize contest and wins Miss Claspell a
trip to Cuba, with all her expenses
paid, or its equivalent hi money.
At his home, 1:M (irand avenue,
Saturday, after, a prolonged illness
due to a stroke of paralysis, at the
age of 7-1 years, three months, occur
red the death of Patrick J. Hagarty,
one of the well known residents of
this city. Patrick Joseph Hagarty
was horn in Dublin. Ireland. Feb. 17.
1"2S. The funeral was held from the
late resilience, Grand avenue, at 9
o'clock this morning, with services
at the Sacred Heart cathedral. Yerv
Rev. James Davis V. G., -officiating.
Interment was made at St. Mar
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles
Queen and Crescent fast line to
Birmingham and New Orleans. Two
fast trains daily.
Only through car line to Ashcville,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Yellowstone Park has been the
scene of great improvement within
recent years. The roads have been
shortened, resurfaced, grades much
reduced, new concrete bridges built,
and sprinkling carts introduced. The
old hotels have been repainted, re
paired and enlarged, a new one has
been erected at Norris geyser basin
overlooking the geysers, a tent hotel
camp has been established at the Up
per geyser basin near Old Faithful
geyser, and the government has put
in a new system of waterworks and
reservoirs at Mammoth Hot Springs.
The Northern Pacific, the railway
that runs direct to the park line, tells
all about the park, the geysers, and
the wild animals found there and
which are such a source of pleasure
to all tourists, in "Wonderland 1902,"
a finely illustrated book sent by
Charles S. Fee, general passenger
agen, St. Paul. Minn., to any address
upon receipt of six cents to pay post
C. M. A St. r. KmIIwmv
Decoration day excursion via the
C, M. .- St. P., railroad to Rockford.
111.. Friday. May UOth. Truin leaves
at i:1j a. m. there will be two
games of baseball between Rockford
and Lctlar Jiapius. .Make your ar
rangements to go and have a good
clay's outing, rare $1.00 round trip
For full information call at depot.
S. !!. STODDARD, Agent.
P. L. 1I1NRIC1IS, Com. Agt., Daven
Kevrals at Great Secret.
is often asked how such start
ling cures, that puzzle the best phy
sicians, are eneeieu uy ur. jing s
New Discovery for consumption.
Here's the .secret. It cuts out the
phlegm and germ-infected mucus and
lets the life-giving oxygen enrich and
vitalize the blood. It heals the in
flamed, cough-worn throat and lungs.
Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon
j-icld to Dr. King's New Discovery,
the most infallible remedy for all
throat and lung diseases. Guaran
teed bottles 50c and $1. Trial bottles
free at llartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Dwncrrooi If Neglected.
Rurns, cuts and other wounds often
fail to heal properly if neglected and
become troublesome sores. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve prevents such con
sequences. Even where delay has
aggravated the injury DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve .effects a cure. MI
had a running sore on my leg thirty
years, says H. c. Hartly, lankee-
town, Ind. "After using many reme
dies, I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. A few boxes healed the sore."
Cures all skin diseases. Tiles yield
I to it at- once. Beware of counter
feits. All druggists.
Saturday the trolley of a Fifteenth
street car new off when the car was
on the switch between Fourth and
Fifth avenues. Catching in the guy
wires and iu the trolley wire the lat
ter was broken and one end fell to
within five feet of tbe ground, while
the rest sagged for a block so thaf it
was dangerous to pass under it. Sev
eral narrow escaes took place. One
farmer drove his team within a foot
of the dangling live wire, taking no
heed of the shouts-of the bystanders
fortunately for him. however, luck
caused him to miss the wire, other
wise there would probably have been
either u funeral or a vcrv shocked
.j usiu Jinugren. it is reported on
good authority, has been offered hi
choice between a professorship in the
university of Illinois or the position
of coach. If l.indgreu chooses the
former he will teach chemistry and
draw a good salary; if the latter he
will draw an equally big salary. and
his fame will go out about the state
Al. Strandberg and Theo. lJillinur
ton, who left here about two week
ago for Thunder -Mountain regions of
Idaho, arc now at lA'wjston, Idaho,
and are preparing to take the I rail
to Dixie, 1G() miles. They will use
pack-horses and bronchos going ove
The 5-year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs
John Kipp. ::M Thirteenth street, fell
from a second story window but he
was not injured, tie was unconcious
when Dr. Arp arrived but soon after
he recovered and only suffered from
the severe shaking up. ' .
In order to raise funds in addition
io the money made every year by ihe
fair, the Industrial Home associa
tion has issued a national appeal to
unions everywiiere. .lust as the as
sociation has in the past answered
similar calls from other bodies, the
local association , expects them now
to reciprocate, lhcv are asked to
appropriate a cent a member for the
fund to pav off the debt on the Mo
lt ne home.
Secretary 11. II. Haley, of the Riisi
ness Men's association, has forward
cd to the city council the petition o;
the association for the establish
mcnt of a city court in Moline. Tin
petition is addressed to Mayor Wes
sel and the 'aldermen and wijl be
considered this evening. Mich a
court," the ' petition reads, "is pro
vided for under the laws of the state
of Illinois (llurd's Revised Statutes
page .7;i. Sec. -10). The docket of
the. circuit court of Rock Island
county for the May term, l'.Mli, shows
Cl;S cases. This does not include the
criminal cases. Our county is "-row
ing so fast, and especially the city
Moline, that some means must be
adopted to more rapidly dispose of
the litigation on hand and that which
of necessity arises- from time to
time. To have a city court in Moline
means that the Moline cases will be
tried here, and that a grand jury and
a iK'tit jury, both from the body of
the coiinty, will be in attendance on
and do the work of the court. The
only exjHMtse to the city will be the
salary of the judge and providing
fou a place to
hold the court. The
will be met by the
Leaving a note behind to tell her
parents that she has gone for all
time. ictoria Conert, a prettv irirl
JS years old, disappeared from the
home of her step-father. I'd Conert,
the saloonkeeper at 2- Third avc
line, last week, and no trace of her
can lie lound, ihoutrn several cities
have been searched. Her step-father
arrived home from Chicago Satur
day after a fruitless hunt for her in
the metropolis. She .left Tuesday
and has not been heard of since.
The parent hunteij over the tri-cities
and then went to Morris and from
there to Aurora. In that city he
says that she was kidnapped by two
men and taken to Chicago, and so
her followed there and reported his
trouble to the pi dire but to uo avail.
Tuesday afternoon Victoria gatheretl
her belongings into u valise and tak
ing $50 due her from" the home got
aboard a street car bound for Rock
Island, Axel Johnson, a boarder heljJ
ing her tiff. She said nothing' to him
about her trip except that he. would
not see her again, und with that she
was off if or good. The note was
written to Conert and in it she suid:
Oood-bye to you and mamma. Don't
try to hunt for' me because it would
only make trouble and you would not
find me. 1 am going where 1 do not
expect Mi have as much trouble as
I have had here. You know the rea
son I am going.
The Bloomer Girls yesterday defeat
ed a picked nine here at baseball by a
score of 16 to 0. .
Mrs. J. S. Keator, formerly of this
eity, died Saturday in thicago. I lie
remains are to be incinerated and de
posited in the family buryjng lot in
Riverside here. " ,
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What docs it mean? To
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calling at the ECONOMY
DENTAL PARLORS. NOW
LOCATED OPPOSITE THE
HARPER HOUSE, will give
you a chance to see that wc
mean to save you money on
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Plates. Bridge Work, Crowning and all kinds of fine gold ami sil
ver fillings. We are prepared to do the tinest work at modern prices.
Wc don't advertise a $3 plate, a '$3 crown, or gold tillings for 50c.
Wh-? Because they can't be made for that, price and prove satisfac
tory We Don't Advertise
Something for Nothing
then advise von to
good work and charge you
pay for work you can rely
method of applying the latest
4 full. Call atul have your
Teeth Examined Free
And get our prices, and make your
don't lose any time in vour work.
Opposite the Harper
A branch of the
dental firm in the
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Nature gives, us
are so slow as to
the hints and few
fail to understand
Summer surroundings arc greatly
marred by buildings shabby fur want
of painting, and wonderfully im
proved by our celebrated paint. Wis
have '.17 shades in these paints to select-
from. They arc as "heap as
the cheapest" and as good as the
best. Ask for a color card.
With paint you will want brushes,
varnishes, etc., wc have the largest
stock of the best goods in the city.
Remember the place.
We give vou
more . than
you are willing to
Wc have the only
to our plates where,
upon to hist,
people hare found it difficult to
wear a plate owing to a had mouth.
The double suction wc use has been
a success' in most all cases. We
have the easy payment system for
the laboring people. You pay
from $2 to $5 down and then every
week you pay until paid up in
appointment for work so you
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