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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAItCII 10. 1903.
- Mull's Grape Tonic Cures Constipation.
When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
into the streets where it decays and rots, spreading disease-
festering mass the blood saps up all the dis
case germs, and at every heart beat carries
CM them to every tissue.just as the water works
of a city forces impure water into every
strength and health.
rich, red blood. As a laxative its action is immediate and posi
tive, gentle and natural. Mull' Grape Tonic fi guaranteed or money back.
Send 10c. to Lightning Medicine Co- Bock Island, 111., for large
sample bottle. AU druggists sell regular sized bottles for 50 eta.
FOR SALE IX KOCK ISLAND BY
JOHN E. BERGSTROM.
COM rK ACTOK AMU MU1LUKK.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be "done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Shop Thirty-second Street and Fourteenth Avenue. Phone 1579 West
THK TRAVELERS' OUIOK.
"IHIOAUU. KjCK ISLAND
V APaclflo Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket oCtoe,l8i3 Second ave
nue, or C , K. L & P. depot
Fiftn avenue foot of Thirty-
first street. Peoria branch depot, foot or
Twentieth street. Krank H. Plunimer, CP. A.
Golden State L mi ted.
Denver Limited & Omaha..
Ft. Worth. Denver A K C.
Davenport & Chicago
fOmaha A Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Des Moines fe Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Moinos Express
St. Paul A Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
jRoca Island & Washington
Chicago & DesMoii's
It 3:45 am
t 5:00 atn
It 7:50 am
t 7:00 pm
S OO am
1 . (JUJjl tJ hi ruj
12:5 aanjt 9:ta am
3:40 am t 3:00 am
2:15 pm't 6:52 am
3.40 amjt 0-25 pm
5:15 am tl0:30 pm
.. t ( . 1 1 ww! JCf, ...V.
jt 9:65 pm
I 1 I . 1 W U1 T U.iH BUJ
1:05 pm t 3:25 pm
nm! S in rim
Ross island A Brooklyn Ac
4:55 pm) 7:10 am
5u5 pmit 0:25 am
6:00 pm 112:45 pm
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torn La A Kocit lsiaoa....
1 Paso & San Francisco..
Cedar Rapids. Tipton
ROCK. ISLAND AND PEOBIA DIVISIOW.
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time given.
I.KAVS. . ABB1 VS
8:10 am 0.10 pm
tl 45 pm $5:56 pm
i:30 am J 4:55 pm
$3:30 pm ii-;lO pro
$H: 45 am j
Peona, Sprlngfleld, fet. U
Peoria. Snricgfleld. Indian
apolia. Cincinnati. Bloom-j
ington, tot. IjOuis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable &, Sherrard Accom.
Cable A Sherrard Accom.
flay. Phone West 1C93,
tDaliy. except Sun
West 112S, West 1123.
CH1CAOO, U V KU..N G 'VOH A
Qulncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. DART,
St. Louis, SprlcaHeld
Gales burg, Peoria acC
Sterling. Mendota act
8t- Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and polrus In
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, aiiu
Clinton and Intermediate
s 7:40 pm
s. Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. Daily except Sunday.
J & St. Paul K.Uway. IX,
R. I. A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wcod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illlnom side of river.
Trains for Freejwt aDd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
TBAIMS. I LBAVS ARRIVE.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 11:50 am
Accommodation 10:10 am 12:16 pm
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 3 30 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 8:47 pm
Free port Bxpress 3:45 pm 11:40 am
A U trains dally except Sundav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river
(PLUS $2) TO
and return; also to many
Big Four Route
March 3rd and 17th
April 7th and 21st
HETUItX LIMIT 21 DAYS.
For full information and particulars
as to rates, tickets, limits, etc., call on
agents M5ifr Four llrute," or address
WARREN J. LYNCH,
GenT Pass. & Ticket Agt.
W. T. DEPPE,
Asst. G. P. & T. A?rt.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A reoria. 111.
TREATMENT phlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
ffrtt, for literature. fMBVCRS. IU.
creating germs throughout the entire city.
An epidemic of sickness follows. It is the
Bame way when the bowels fail to work.
; The undigested food backs into the system
and there it rots and decays. From this
nouse. J.oe oaiy way 10 cure a conauiou
like this is to cure the constipation. Pills
and the ordinary cathartics will do no good.
PULL'S GRAPE T0H1G
is a crushed fruit tonlc-Iaxatlvo
which permanently cures the affliction.
The tonic properties contained in the grape
go into every afflicted tissue and creates
It will quickly restore lost flesh and make
IIARTZ & ULL&MEYER.
After I was Induced to ry CASCA
RETS, I will nvor 1 without thorn in tho house.
My liver was in a very lmi shnpe. and my liel
ached ami I hatl stonim h trimM.'. Now. since tak
ing Ca-senrets, I feel lino. My wifo hns also tised
them with benefieiiil results tor sour Ktontai-h."
Jos. K1UUU.VO, UZl Vvutvss St.. St. luis. ilo.
Pleasnnt. Pnlatahle Potent, Taste Oood. J0
Oootl, Nevar bicttcn. Vcakcn or Gripe. 10c, c, 50c.
Strrlla? Remedy CoMpanr, Chtrara, Xonlrral, ?few York. 319
MO TO RXP Fold nnd ennrant'-ed hy all dmc
Cists to 11 UK Tobacco UablU
Every day or two some one conies
into the office who tells us that some
man or woman sent them to us with
the assurance that he could receive
honest, conscientious treatment if he
put his case in our hands.
We have always tried to live up to
DR. GEORGE B. WOOD.
Day after day we receive letters
from frraleful patients for whom life
has taken on new hopes by virtue of
The fact that our practice is stead
ily increasing, is positive proof that
the people of Davenport and vicinity
are recognizing our work as the best.
We use only the best improved
methods and purest medicines.
We treat and cure diseases peculiar
to men and women; DIood Poisoning,
Varicocele, Kidney Troubles, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia and all chronic and
We extend to every one a most cor
dial invitation to consult us. We will
take pleasure in giving a thorough
examination and will make no charge
for consultation and advice..
Those unable to call should write
us. Correspondence strictly confiden
tial. Wood Medical Institute,
E. B. OL1VEP., M. C, M. D
GEORGE B. WOOD, B. S., M.D.
DTonrs: 0 to 12; 3:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12.
Second Floor, nibcrnian Building1.
. 423 Brady Street. Davenport, la.
The funeral of Patrick Tucy, who
died in Chicago, will be held from the
family residence on Fillmore street
to St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock to
Davenport will have a big meeting
to entertain ie May, when the State
Federation of Labor will hold its an
nual convention here. The dates of the
meeting are May 12-15. Local labor
bodies, united in the Davenport
Trades and Labor assembly, with a
membership of 1200 or so at present,
expect to see this membership largely
increased before the state meeting is
held here, and are making extensive
preparations for - the entertainment
of the delegates to the meeting. These
are expected to number 250 or more.
They get a rate of a fare and a third
for the round trip here anil back,
and reduced hotel rates while here,
and the local committee on entertain
ment is also planning a trolley ride
steamboat excursion, and"other items
that will make the stay of the visi
tors pleasant and send them home
with the full conviction that Daven
port is the finest city in the state of
Iowa. The committee on entertain
ment which is busily laying its plans
for the ' meet irig, is composed of ('.
S. Osborn, 'Typographical union; F.d
.lueksch. Painters' union; C. II. Chase,
Electrical workers; .lames. DufTey. Re
tail Clerks' association; Henry Har
beck. dr.. Musicians' union; D. 11.
White, Carpenters' union; Abe (iimar,
. ' o
Uartholemew Conroy, the resident
on Fifth and Gaines street, who re
ceived, the bilet doux signed "Pat
Crow" and demanding money' under a
threat to kidnap his child, lived in
the house next east of the old Crowe
farm on the Wapsie, and his children
were born and raised there. lie knew
the famous outlaw when he was
hanntingthe fastnesses of the bottoms
there abouts. It is not thought that
anything beyond a joke was being
played upon the man. However the
joke might 1h a costly one if the per
petrator is caught. Mr. Conroy is an
old man. and he is much exercised
over the incident.
The demise of Thomas C. Osier oc
curred at his home at 2001 Jlipley
Mreet at midnight' Saturday night,
from apoplexy. Mr. Osier was a re
tired farmer, having come to Allen's
drove township in 1SI." and lived in
Scott county ever since that year,
lie was born in Scotland Nov. 11, ISH.'j,
and came to- this country at the age
of IS years. His residence was at
tirst in'Xew York state. Jan. DO, ISM,
he was married to Emily P.urch, and
Take Vinbl Our Great
IT GIVES ONE A SPLENDID
AND QUICKLY REBUILDS
We WU1 Refund the Price of
Vinol if It Fails.
The worst part of sickness, frequent
ly, is getting over it.
The patient's strength is depleted,
his system is generally demoralized,
relapses are continually feared, and
The one thing to aid recovery is to
give the patient that which will enable
him to get strong, and at the same tim
give strength direct to the different
organs of the body.
Nothing w ill do this like Vinol.
It acts directly on the stomach, cre
ates a healthy appetite, and enables
the digestive organs to obtain the nec
essary elements to increase the weight
of the patient and to make new healthy
flesh and muscle tissue and pure, rich,
The following is a letter showing
where Vinol was taken and did good
after a case of sickness. It reads as
"I wish to certify to the very great
benefit which has been derived from
the use of Vinol inmy family. My
wife was very sick with the grippe and
afterward was wholly run down. One
bottle of Vinol places her on her feet
in better condition than she had been
before in six months. I heartily rec
ommend and endorse it." Henry F.
Stubtevant, 81 Huntington St., Brock
ton, Mass. "
Everything that is in Vinol Is
plainly printed on the label of
We know ..Vinol is a splendid
preparation, and in many cases
we have been able to see for our
selves the wonderful results ijt
Remember that we guarantee
Vinol and refund the purchase
money if you are not satisfied.
Harper House Pharmacy-
they came to Scott cotmty four years
later. Their only daughter is Mrs. J.
H. Dempster, of Vale, Crawford
county, Iowa, who has arrived and is
with her bereaved mother. The fun
eral was held at 2 o'clock this after
noon, with services at the home con
ducted by Jev. W. II. Dlanekc, and
burial in Oakdale.
x Stanley M. Forrest, the reformed
convict and jail missionary, has been
removed front the Kimball house to
St. Luke's hospital in the last stages
Thomas I'roekett has arrived from
Fargo, Soulh Dakota, and is visiting
with his son, 15. U. Drockett, of '10i
(J rand avenue.
Miss Lillian Perry Ueerl is at home
for a six weeks stay after a success
ful tour with the Brooke's Chicago
John Littig, in good health and
spirits, is observing his SOth birthday
anniversary at his home at :;o Kirk
A movement is on foot which is
likely to receive the second of Judge
liollinger, County Attorney F. W.
Neal, Sheriff McArthur, Chief Mar
tens, the police officers and other in
fluential citizens, looking towards the
paroling of Lincoln Huberts, the ne
gro who was sent to Fort Madison
two ami one-half years ago on the
charge of rape, to serve out a 1.1-year
sentence. Lincoln Roberts, prior to
his arrest on the charge, was a rather
peaceable negro, and he has no police
record against him. Circumstances
discovered since then seem to miti
gate his offense. The governor will
be asked to parole the convict in the
near fu.ture, and indications point to
his comparative freedom in a short
At -:;!() o'clock yesterday afternoon
occurred the death of Allele, the in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fuehs, oT ll::s West Third street. De
ceased was but 10 mouths of age, and
had been ill but a few days.
Miss Zinka Tiedemann. who for
some time past has been a clerk in
the real estate and insurance office
of John Herwald A Co.. died very sud
denly yesterday afternoon at 1 :.'!)
o'clock after an illness of only a
week's duration. The news of her
death came as a shock to her many
friends in this city, few of whom
knew that she was ill. Deceased was
1!) years of age and was the da lighter
of Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Tiedemann,
of 813 Warren street, where her death
City Council Koom. I Jock Island.
March 'J. The city council met in ad
journed regular session at S o'clock
p. m.. Mayor Knox presiding and all
the aldermen present.
The clerk read a petition from
Plake it Murphy for a sewer connec
tion. Referred to the sewer commit
tee. The clerk read a petition from
Henry Stengel for permission to open
paving on Twelfth street, near Sixth
avenue. Cranted on motion of Aid.
The clerk read a petition from
John Konosky, asking to have the
Twelfth street sewer put in condition
to prevent oertlows. Referred to the
sewer committee and aldermen of
the Second and Third wants to report
at the next meeting.
Aid. llause, from the sewer com
mittee, recommended that the sewer
on Fifteenth street from Fifth ave
nue to Seventh avenue, be relaid with
an IS-ineh sewer, at the exjvensc of
the city, under the supervision of the
city engineer anil plumbing inspec
tor. Aid. Kennedy moved that the report
be received and that the matter be
referred to the sewer committee and
aldermen of the ward with instruc
tions to inform the property holders
that the council will pay .:00 toward
relaying the sewer provided they
raise the balance. Carried.
Aid. Hausc reported . concerning J.
W. Atkinson's petition, that the city
build a catch basin at the alley on
Tenth avenue, balance -of work and
material to be furnished by the pe
After considering a number of or
dinances the council adjourned.
H. C. SCHAFFKli! Citv Clerk.
Severe Attack of Grip Cared by One Itottle
of Chamberlain's Conch Remedy.
"When I had an attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actual
ly cured myself with one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says
Frank W. Perry, editor of the Fnter
prise, Shortsville, X. Y. "This is the
honest truth. 1 jat times kept from
coughing myself "to pieces by taking
a teaspoonful of this remedy, and
when the coughing spell would come
on at night I would take a dose and
it seemed that in the briefest inter
val the cough would pass off and I
would go to sleep perfectly free from
cough and its accompanying pains.
To say that the remedy acted as a
most agreeable surprise is putting it
very mildly. I had no idea that it
would or could knock out the grip,
simply because I had never tried it
for such a purpose, but it did, and it
seemed with the second attack of
coughing the remedy caused it to not
only be of less duration, but the pains
were far less severe, nnd I had not
used the contents of one bottje before
Mr. (!rip. had bid me adieu." For sale
by all druggists.
"I suffered fur months from sore
throat. KcTectric Oil cured me in 21
hours." M. S. Gist, IlaWesvillc, Ky.
The members of the molders' union
met Saturday evening at Industrial
hall and listened to a presentation of
the kindergarten question by some of
the ladies Interested and on conclus
ion of their address the union unquali
fiedly endorsed the movement for the
establishment of the kindergarten as
a part of the public school system of
Members of the Moline Industrial
League met Sunday afternoon at In
dustrial hall. ;ind the future of the
association was discussed. The treas
ury was replenished and a discussion
of the matter of doctors showed fa
vi r for a contract pliy.-ieian. Twenty
five new names have been added for
membership and that this number
may be materially increased a motion
was passed authorizing the printing
of blank applications to facilitate the
work of canvassing for membership
signatures. The next meeting will be
held Thursday evening at Industrial
hall at 7::;(.
Work on the. library building has
been resumed and from now on there
will be no delay. The cold weather
coming su quickly last fall prevented
the finishing of the foundation walls
but these are now being laid and the
water tables arc here to be put on
them when finished. Mr. Pierce says
there will be no question about hav
ing the building completed by Oct. 13.
The cut stone work comes from (lales
burg, where there is an establishment
for cutting it by machinery. The sav
ing in getting it done this way over
hand work is about $0,000. If it had
not been for this saving in cost the
size of the building would have been
materially reduced, and it is probable
the library trustees would have
thought it advisable to postpone the
erection till more money would have
been available for the purjosc.
It is interesting to Moline people to
know that the victim of the P.uffalo,
X. Y.. murder which is puzzling the
best police of the country. K. S. Ibir
diek, is quite well known to Moline
people. Just three weeks, to a day,
before the murder, Mr. l.urdick was
entertained at dinner by Capt. and
Mrs. W. C. P.ennett, of this city. Mr.
Dennett states that when he attend
ed the r.uffalo exposition he spent a
number of evenings with Mr. Pur
dick in the den in which he was killed.
It is thought to start right in their
chosen profession, youthful burglars
broke, into the Moline Wagon com
pany Sunday night an 1 swiped the
tools with which to carry out their
housebreaking business. At- any rate
the discovery wa made yesterday
morning that a large number of tools
had been stolen from the works, and
from the style of the instruments
taken it is thought that they were
wanted for burglarious purposes. A
partial list of the tools that have dis
appeared follows: Three pinch bars,
three cold chisels, one claw hammer,
three wood chisels, three-eights
gauge, one combination tool brace,
half dozen files.
The first annual banquet of Swedish
Olive lodge, Xo. 5St. 1. (). O. K.. Satur
day night was a complete succes. TJOO
people being delightfully entertained.
Two halls. Yorwacrts and Swedish
Olive, were needed to accommodate the
guests. In one the banquet was serv
ed and in Ihc other dancing was in
dulged in until a late hour. Speeches
by prominent residents of the state
formed an agreeable diversion from
the epicurean delights.
O. Hanson and Christ Swnnsi.n
sailed for Liverpool Wednesday on the
Seandia-Ameriean liner Oscar II. Mr.
Swanson. who has been with Deere i
Co.'s blacksmith department for some
time, is in failing health and will re
main in Sweden for a year or two in
the hope that a change of climate
will prove beneficial. His family will
remain in Moline.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Rapid City. March 10. Jacob Seheib
was in Rock Island Saturday.
Mrs. M. K. Yincent has gone to
Cedar Rapids to see her children.
She expects to be gone two or three
Several Hampton men are at work
on the railroad riprapping up at Port
F. A. Saunders and George Jacobs
were in Davenport lafct week.
John Schneider, Sr., an old resident,
was buried here last Tuesday. Mr.
Schneider had lived here a long time.
Miss Emma Pettit. of Moline, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Adams.
Eight hour laws arc ignored by
those tireless, little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always at work, night and day, cur
ing indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, sick headache and all stomach,
liver and bowel troubles. Easy, pleas
ant, safe, sure. Only 25c, at Hartz &
Ullemeycr's drug store.
Raw or Inflamed Lnno
yield rapidly to the wonderful cura
tive and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumo
nia nnd consumption from a hard
cold settled on the lungs. All drug
gists. Annie Petter doctor your health
before applying beautifying remedies,
lid yourself of constipation, indiges
tion, with Rocky Mountain Tea, and
you'll have a beautiful complexion. 35
cents. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
ohe Lion's Shere
; " nut I
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TRI-WEEKLY PERSOXALLY-COXDCCTED EX CI' RSI O X S,
LEAYIXG KANSAS CITY WEDX ESDAYS, FRIDAYS AXD SI X
DAYS SANTA FE A I.L THE WAY.
Popular with all classes of travelers. Ask for our booklet.
"California in a Tourist Sleeper." Our tourist cars are nearly as
good as Pullman's finest. They are carried on fast t hrough trains.
Courteous employes continually have your welfare in mind. Rail
road and sleeper tickets are sold at low rates. Recommended by
thousands of pleased .pat roup.
Daily trains carrying standard Pullmans, touri-t sleepers and
chair cars. Kansas City to Los Angeles, San Diego and "Eimmo.
CHEAP ONE WAY COLON" I ST RATES TO CALIEORXiA
WILL F.E IN EFFECT DAILY FROM APRIL 1st TO Jl'XE 1.1th.
Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe R'y.
is what wc have reached in our laun
dry work. The most modern appli
ances and machinery and skilled
workmen have placed our work far
in advance of all competitors. For
faultless work and prompt scrviee
o to the
I ROCK ISLAND
tP B. WINTER.
t " Wholesale Dealer in PUKE WINES AND LIQUORS.
i Manufacturer of WINTER'S
y IR16-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Q Dr. S. H. MILLER-. M. D. V. g
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. g
f Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary. College, Chicago, 111. . g
0 Office and Veterinary Hospital
S125 Third Avnae, Rock Island,
Office hours 7 to 8 a. m. . I to 2 o. m. .
West. Residence lf61 Wat Union
no aaa (nm tmaa cma 00iH5fr0iK5000i
I ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK t
$ EOCK ISLAND, ILL. X
t Incorporated Under tlic State Law. 4 Per Cent
t Interest Paid on Deposits;
Monev Loaned on Personal Collateral or Keal Estate Security.
J. M. Buford, Trcsidcnt.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
J r. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
nnl nofiinvinir S- V.. corner of
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lUltCneil CC JjyUUC S new UUIlUIUg.
, For Drunkenness and
Please vrite ns.
tuc m rrtT
'D WIGHT. ILL
f the trade i.l I lie bet brands
of liquor. whiskies, brandies'.
cordials, liqueurs and all the
rest is coming i:r wav. for
the good and sufficient reason
that we haniTle no "seconds."
give cur pal rous what they call
for and ask only a reasonable
price for what we supply.
Retail Liquor Store.
Market Square, Corner Seven- j
tceuth Street and Thud y
H. D. Mack, Gen. Agt
1811 3.1 Avo.
COLFAX MINERAL 5
III. eiaenct ourinvenv
7 to 10 n. m. Central Phones: Office H09
Phones: Office 5707, hesidence 5337
fitHKus 00000 0&00&000h3 chkjo
11. R. Cable, V. Greenawalt,
John Crubaugh, I'hil Mitchell,
II. 1. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
I mfiltkilnrc Tl fil.onfl o , A T T 11 T"C A
kJ"in.inn o uuv nown ouu w . ...
F ""11Cr!3 STOPPED FREE
Li I Si
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
J fc4 TIUAL liOrTLK FKKE
1 Permanent Cur, nt m ij tewpnrrr ruf, fetal
J Dan co. Debilitr, Exhaustion lcdd lari.
D3.B.HK1 fKF.fff.a31 Arch St.. Philadelphia.