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THE ARGUS, W-KTWESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1902.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiikcy Cures Bron
: chitis, Grip, Consumption and All Dis
eases of the Throat and Lungs.
If your throat is weak, or if you ar trou
bled in any way with grip or bronchitis: if
you have consumption, Jjuffy's Pure Malt
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stimulates and enriches Ahe blood, invigorates
the brain, builds nerve tissue, tones up tba
heart, cures malaria, ague and low fevers of
any kind: fortifies ibe system against disease
perms and prolongs life.
SURE CURE FOR BRONCHITIS
Gentlemen: Early last spring I was taken
with Chronic Malaria. 1 began to lose flesh.
Uroncbitis set in and ratarrb of the air pass,
ages followed I tritd most everything, but
found no nlief. till I took Duffy's Malt
AVhiskey. I commenced gaining strength, and
after taking fifteen bottles I had gained 40
pounds which I had lost before I began tak
ir.ff your whiskey. I would advise all who
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when nothing else would give me relief.
B. C. HKNN'IXG.
Sept. 7. 1902. Coraopolis. Pa.
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wn patent bottle with the name blown in thn
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Alioiit N o'flofk Monday niirlit there
wan ;i -i:istiiif accident on Myrtle
street, near Seventh, one of the
streets opened to the children for
winter frolics by order of the inayift'.
Koine children were eii.jovinr ridinjf
down the lull on a bobsled, when it
struck a culvert sunt veered off, bein"1
overturned with its f reiirhtajre into
the gutter. -One tiny lad of 7 years
was badly injured aml had to be car
ried to his home near by. A second
lad of l:.' years was bruised about one
of the limbs. The wild stcerinir of
the man with tin ifiiide rope was re
sponsible for the accident.
The trial of William Ilouar on thf
charire of assault and battery prefer
red bv Antonio I'letro, a hot taiuale
vender, who alleged that he was beat
en by the tlefenilnnt after the prize
tiifht at i'laus (iroth hall n week tir.
was held before .lustiee Hall Monday
afternoon. It resulted in the dismis
sal of the defendant. The testimony
went to prove that Ilouar had not
struck I'ietro. but that the Italian
had made n pass at Ilouar. whose
part wsis taken bv a hi"; fellow nam
ed Marlcns. Mayor I'.ecker appeared
for Ilouar. Martens has not been lo
cated. Tomorrow cveninjr Dr. A. De Tries
will lecture in the Turner literary
course. The event will occur in the
small hall in the Turner bui'din";.
The ladies' siiijinj section and the
Strasser orchestra will furnish the
music. Dancinjr will follow.
A suit was tiled with the clerk of
the district court yesterday by Wil
liam Fisher, as :;rcnt for Sara An
derson, soprana. antl Joseph llaern
stein. basso, askin"; judgment in the
sum of !?l.l."i( for alleged breach of
contract. For cause of action Ihe
plaintiff alleges I hat on April '-'s. W2.
he. as ajrent for Sara Anderson and
Joseph Dacrnstein. contracted with
Mrs. (i. Uawson Wade, to him known
as Frances Huirhes Wade, for the
services of those two artists in three
concerts to be sriven between Nov. in
and Dec. 10. of this year, one at Dav
enport, the second at 15urlinrton and
the third at some point within KM)
miles of Davenport. It is alleged that
the date of the first concert in the
series was fixed for Nov. I:." at Daven
port, anil Ihe Murtis opera house was
eno-ayed for that occasion; that Sara
Anderson and Joseph I'.aernstein
both came to Davenport to render
their services in that concert, but
that the defendant cancelled the date
and called the contract off. It is fur
ther allcrcd by the plaintiff that he
contracted for the services of his two
clients as follows: .4j0 for the first
concert, $:;.1o for the second and $:!."0
for the third, and therefore he a.-ks
the court to award him the sum of
$1,150 with interest and costs.
The Kth annual exhibition of the
Kastern Iowa Poultry and l'et Stock
association is to be held at Armory
hall Jan. C, 7, 8 and '.).
" An impiest was held- yesterday af
ternoon over the remains of Charles
Koldt, the youth who was run down
find killed by an engine on the Kock
Island tracks west of -Fillmore street
Monday night. Constable Holiday
had charge of the case and Coroner
I.ambach presided at the hearing.
Clarence Kvans, the other West Lib
erty boy, who was with ISoldt when
he met death, was the chief witness,
telling in a ' straightforward manner
the story of the accident. The jury
brought in a verdict ' linding that
death had been caused by contact
with the engine of passenger train
No. 41, westbound.
Miss Ktigenia Kahl. by Frank A.
, oopcr, her attorney, has tiled a peti
tion with the city council, asking that
reasonable damages be allowed her
on account of a fall she sustained
last October on a defective sidewalk
near the Turner hall. She asks to be
remunerated for her loss of lime and
the expenses of her illness' resulting
from the fall.
One of the most daring holdups
ever perpetrated in the city took
place last night at 10:10 when three
young men. described as being dress-
eil in oiacK and wearing long over
coats, held up and robbed Special Po
liceman Henry I'ahl. whose beat is in
the streets and nlocks in the vicinity
f Turner hall. After the sensational
robbery Mr. I'ahl was able to drag
himself into the Comet saloon on
West Second street and send word to
the police station. Otlicer Ooetsch.
of the patrol detail, was sent to the
scene of the crime anil did what he
could to follow the trail of the crooks
who had made such good time that
they were nowhere to be seen. A
pocket book containing $: was taken
Word was received in the city last
night to the effect that Stewart (iill-
morc. one of the old settlers of the
county and a prominent member of
the Old Settlers" association, passed
iway at his home at Allen's Orove
yesterday afternoon at ." o'clock.
The business of the Knelt Island
road in Moline is increasing rapidly
with the growth of the city and the
present freight house is too small
for the work to be done in it. During
the year it will be extended west to
the limit of the company's land mak
ing an additional length of about it
hundred feet. There will be loading
platforms on the new part and these
may be extended to the length of the
At the meeting of Thor lodge No. .
I. O. V. Monday evening, the following
officers were elected: President. Axel
Peterson; vice president. Herman
Linden; recording secretary. Gott
fried Peterson; financial secretary,
Victor IJnd; cashier. W. Peterson;
trustes. Leo Allen. Swan Larson. Axel
Samuelson, John Ilart.man.
The Kock Island again broke its rec
ord Sun lay night on the amount of
stock handled through this city for
Chicago. A total of 4.0 cars vere
sent through, eclipsing the record of
the previous Sunday upward of 7.
Mr. and Mis. S. M. Hill, daughter
Marguerite, ami sons Willard and
Staeey. have departed for Cleburne.
Texas, where they will spend Christ
mas and the holiday season witih
:.... i.i 1 1 :i i
Clarence Kamp. of the Moline Plow
company's office force will leave after
the first of the year for Denier. Col.,
where he has accepted a position.
The Country club was entertained
last evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. 11. Kuhn, ti'-'-' Twenty-third
station he has given every evidence of
mental unsoundness and spends most
of his time talking and praying in dis
jointed fashion. He has several rela
tives living in Calesburc-
Alois Cruinbeeck. a Delgian resident
of Moline. was held up Monday night
by a colored thug at Fifteenth street
and Second avenue. The' total con
tents of his pockets, $5 in change,
were appropriated. The victim wns
made to respond promptly by a revol
ver held chfce to his countenance.
( riimbeeck reported his loss to the
station. W. M. Dow. a colored man
living in the Calkins building, was sus
pected of the crime as he hail been
seen in the vicinity of the hold-up a
short time before. He was arrested,
and Cruinbeeck identified him as the
man who did the work.
Warn I nr. Warning:
Beware of substitutes olTered 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 oil worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
Arrangements sire beiiiir made for
a dance to be held !). by the
football team id the Moline liiirli
school. It will be held either at the
Skinner Annex or K. P. hall. The pro
ceeds will be used in purchasing
sweaters for the members of the
t a m.
Little Andrei I-Mna. the s-months-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aivin
lloairlimd. ;:f Fourth aienue. died
Monday night. The home is gricvoti'
ly stricken by the hand of death.
Fmil Palmgren. a railroad brake
man, was picked up by the police Mon
day afternoon in DeCleck's saloon,
either suffering from insanity or alco
holic excess, lie came here a short
lime ago form Dakota where he had
been uiployed on the Northern Pa
cific, and in his pockets were found
several medals and recommendations
from the Santa I'e and P.iirlington
roads. Since his confinement at the
Dee. lf. Jarvis F. Fargo to Klmcr
K. Simpson, tract by metes and
bounds. r, 17, le. and lot 0. blick,.l!ll.
Fast Moline. $1,775.
Hlmer K. Simpson to Jarvis F. Far
go, lots LM, and :Ni. Sheridan
Heights, South Moline. an I tract by
metes and bounds, s. 17. hv, $4.11(1.
William Jackson, et al.. to Axel ,1a
cobson. lot ''. block 4. Third Wheelock
Fifteenth 'st reet add., Moline. $:!.10.
John Peterson to Christopher Dil
lin. e 40 feet lot '!. and w ." feet lot 2.
block -!, Old or Original Town of Mo
When It Is Free From Dandruff It (irowii
Hair preparations and dandruff
cures, as a rule, are sticky or irritat
ing affairs that do no earthly good.
Hair, when not diseased, grows nat
urally luxuriantly. Dandruff is the
cause of nine-tenths of all hair trou
ble and dandrutV is caused by a germ.
The only way to cure dandruff is to
kill ihe germ; and. so far. the only
hair preparation that will positively
destroy that germ is Newbro's Herj-icide-
absolutely harmless, free from
grease, sediment, dye matter or dan
gerous drugs. it allays itching in
stantly: makes hair glossy and soft
as silk. "Destroy the cause, you re
move the effect." dandruff. For sale
by T. II. Thomas, druggist.
Kxposiire to a sudden climatic
change produces cold in the head
anl catarrh is apt to follow. Provided
with Fly's Cream P.alm you are nrin
e 1 against nasal catarrh. Price ."0
cents at druggists or Fly Brothers.
."' Warren street. New York, will
mail it. The Palm cures without pain,
does not irritate or cause sneezing.
It spreads itself over an irritated and
angry surface, relieving immediately
tin1 painful infla minat ion. idealises
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Kock Island Dear Santa Clans: I
am 3 years old. would like to have
it cradle for my doll. a. cupboard and
some dishes. I have a little brother,
1 year old. He wants a wheelbarrow,
a horn and a shovel; ami a Christinas
tree for us both. Hoping u will
find us. We live pretty far out. I lest
wishes anl a happy New Year.
AO XL'S VAN HOF.
Kock Island Dear Old Santa C lans:
Please bring me for Christmas a story
book, some chalk, a set of dishes, a
handkerchief and some nuts and
oranges and apples.
Kock Island Dear Mr. Santa Onus:
I am a little girl years old. and am
going to tell you what I want for
Christinas: A big doll, a set of dish
es, a stove and a new bonnet.
4.:'.' Fighth avenue.
Kock Island. Dear Mr. Santa Clans:
I want for Christmas a big doll, a
new pair of shoes and two handker
makoii: m. it: l is.
P. S. Please bring Mrs. Post's baby
I ' h i Island Dear Santa Clans:
What I want for Christmas is a pair
of shoes, and a lamp, a writing desk
to write on: a cupboard, a doll,
game, two books and, Santa. I want
a beautiful winter dress, table, jumj)
iug jack, a watch, a pair of gloves,
two nice lace handkerchiefs, two
bottles of jK'rfuine. and a house, and
some nuts and oranges and bananas.
Santa Clans, if you bring me all of
them I will love you then and I will
be good and 1 ry and never get sick,
and I will think of you all Ihe time,
('ood-bye. dear Santa Clans.
Kock Island Dear Santa Clans: I
will tell you what 1 want for Christ
inas. I want a sled anil a magic lan
tern, and a pair of boots and lots of
candy and nuts for me: and don't
forget my sisters and my little broth
er, and th' poor people.
i : i : i it w i : x x i : n st no m .
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Honey and Tar exclusively in Ihe
West Virginia reform school. I find
it the most effective and absolutely
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