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THE ABGHJ3 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903,
Sigiis of Polluted Blood.
There is nothing so repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore.
You worry over it till the brain grows weary and work with it until the
patience is exhausted, and the very sight of the old festering, sickly looking
place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate.
-. . A chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthy
and impoverished condition, that your constitution is breaking down under
the effects of some serious disorder. The taking of strong medicines, like
mercury or potash, will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and im
pair the" general system that the merest scratch or bruise results in obstinate
non-healing sores of the most offensive character.
Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limbs
or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to heal the blood
is always at fault, and, while antiseptic washes, salves, soaps and powders
can do much to keep down the inflammation and cleanse the sore, it will
never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified and the deadly
germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. S. S. this can be accomplished the
S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in ordet
" and at the same time tones up the system and builds up the general health.
If you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical advice.
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polluted blood is punned and invigorated, and when
rich, pure blood is again circulating freely throughout
the body the flesh around the old sore begins to take
I on a natural color, the discharge of matter ceases
and the place heals over.
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the "Fulton" and the "Broad
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IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
forty-Eight Thousand .Dollars Paid
for a Fancy Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewfs, Peoria
III., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. iferald-Tran
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P. T. Welsh and his chief engineer,
11. C. Estes, came in from the north
Wednesday for a brief visit. Mr
Walsh came to see his mother, who
sustained a fractured hip in a fall
recently. The Walsh Construction
company has just completed a heavy-
piece of construction work on the
Minneapolis & St. Louis railway,
which has consumed two years in do
ing. It consisted of the relocation of
the tracks of the road for a distance
of 14 miles between Hopkins and!
Chaska, Minn. Mammoth hills had
to be cut down, and 1,500.000 cubic
yards of earth were handled.
John .T. Feeney, the popular grocer,
has opened an agricultural fair at his
place. No. '"'2 East Third street. The
display consists of one squash, weigh
ing Gl pounds, and vouched for as the
largest fruit of its kind ever grown
in any Scott county squash orchard
Ueorge Ashford, the Devil's (lien far
mer, is the author of the prodigy.
There is enough thick vellow meat in
it to make a line of pies that would
reach from Feenev's store to the
Word lias reached this city of the
marriage at LaCrosse, Wis., recently
of Ernst Uledsoe, a former Davenport
young man, and Miss Anna Walwick
of that city. Mr. Hledsoe is now in
business for himself in LaCrosse, but
contemplates removing to Davenport
for future permanent residence. He
and his bride are expected here on a
visit in a fortnight.
' At thf home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dehning, of Rockingham
fcownship, very suddenly at 0:13 Wed
nesday evening, occurred the death of
Miss Alma A. Dehning, from heart
disease. The young lady was long a
sufferer from heart troubles. Site
was in her 10th year. At C o'clock
she became suddenly ill. and was car
ried to her room where a few mo
ments later she was found dead. Her
mother made the sad discovery. A
death resulted from natural and
known causes Dr. Lambech did not
hold an inquest. Resides her parents
the deceased is survived bv her broth
er, William Dehning. She was born
and bred in llockingham township.
whence the funeral will be held at
2 o'clock Satuojay afternoon, from
the home of her parents, with inter
ment at Fairmount cemetery.
Manager Fisher of the Davenport
high school basketball team an
nounees that the prospects this year
for a good team are very bright and
that already several games have been
scheduled with other schools. Those
arranged so far are as follows: Dec
1S, Wilton college at Davenport: ,lan
t.". Davenport at (ieneseo; Feb. 13.
Jeneseo at Davenport; Feb. 6, Daven
port at Wilton. The Elks team at
JOjthsburg. 111., have also written
asking for a game. Maquoketa. Ke
wanee, Muscatine, (irinnell. Moline
find the Rock Island Y. M. C. A. have
all written asking that they might se
cure a date. The girls basketball
team will play the Hock Island team
Jan. 22 and March 11.
That the-lliirlington and, Milwaukee
roads, one or lxth. as lessees of the
D.. H. I. & X. W. tracks, have secured
control of about all the Diamond .lo
block that the steamboat company is
not using, was made evident at a ses
sion of the citv council in committee
of the whole yesterday. The Dri road
through Manager (irant and Attorney
Joe It. Lane, were present to ask the
right to run three of the tracks south
of the present Q. freight house across
Perry street and onto the extreme
vacant end of the Diamond Jo pro
Lina Luett, t he llluC Grass maiden
of the 200 pounds avoirdupois, who
disappeared the other day, and whose
whereabouts became a matter of con
cern for the police, has turned up
without even a scratch left by her
kidnaper. Thus fails another big head
for a newspaper space writer. Miss
Luett had no intention of. suicide, nor
any designs upon alieniating herself
from the family larder.
Fred Schumann, an escaped inmate
of the Mt. Pleasant asylum was re
captured in this city Wednesday, af
ter a liberty of three days. Judging
from his appearance he must have
walked all the way home.. Mr. Schu
mann was committer! a public pa
tient last year, lie wT!! be returned
to that institution. He was taken by
the sheriff at his home on West Fifth
Forty-three years ago Emil A. Tile-
bein and Miss Annie Cnrren were mar
ried at the home of the bride, then on
Third and Main streets, where the
Sieg Iron company's building now
stands. The recurrence of the auspi
cious date was duly observed at the
home of Sergeant and Mrs. Tilebein
on East Ninth street near Perry. Sev
eral out of town guests, particularly
from Muscatine, were present.
The annual meeting, of the Royal
Arch Masons of Davenport Chapter
Xo. 16 held at the lemple resulted in
the election of the following officers
fjr the ensuing year: Most excellent
high priest. Louis IJlock; excellent
king, Ira H. Tabor; excellent scribe,
Sam T. White; secretary, W. H. For
est; treasurer, P. L. Ottesen; trustees,
W. F. Fidlar, W. H. Mender and C. E.
The DavenjMjrt Malting . company
has of late lost a considerable quanti
ty of copper, and the police depart
ment has leen at work upon the trail
of the thieves. A man named J. Mur-i
phy was arrested by Detective Mundt
Wednesday afternoon, and, yesterday
he was taken directly before the
grand jury. He has been spending
considerable time in jail during 'the
summer, but improved the opportuni
ty of his liberty by taking the copper
which "now places him behind the bars.
Murphy is not a Davenporter.
.Yesterday was live bird day at the
Cumberland (Inn club's handicap
shoot, and Henry Arp, a Davenport
amateur, made the longest string, 30
straight birds. Sjencer, of St. Louis,
shot 48 out of the 50, the two that gut
away dying out of bounds. Tludd, (Jil
bert and Spencer divided the special
prize for the best gun of the meeting.
Marshall and lludd arranged to man
age a big shoot on "the Cumberland
grounds next year.
City Council Room, Hock Island,
Xov. 12, 1903. The council met in ad
journed regular session at 2 o'clock
p. fn.. Mayor McConochie presiding
and all the aldermen present.
Aid. Kennedy moved that 1 he coun
cil take a recess to inspect the pave
ment on Seventeenth street. Carried.
On reassembling Aid. Plochlinger
moved that the paving of Seventeenth
street from Xinth to Eighteenth ave
nues be accepted provided that the
contractors repair defects which ap
pear within CO days. Carried.
Aid. Robbins moved that the mayor
and clerk be authorid to settle with
the Tri-City Construction company
for the pavement. Carried unani
mously. Adjourned on motion of Aid. West
bay. H. C. SCHAFFER,'
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Account dedication of the (Jerman
Lutheran church at Kewanee Xov. l.".
the C, 15. & Q. will run a special ex
cursion train, leaving Hock Island at
(i:H0 a. m.; $1.53 for round trip.
94.65 to SprlnzHelil. 111., via C. It. & Q.
Xov. 10, 17 and IS the C. 15. &. Q.
will have on sale round trip tickets
to Springfield. 111., and return at the
rate of $4 .65, good to return until
Xov. 21. Three different routes and
4.05 to Springfield and Return via. the
- Rock Island
On Xov. Irt, 17 and IS the Rock Isl
and will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of $4.05, good to
return up to Xov. 21.
8465 to Sprlnrlleld and Jteturn via Short
On Xov. 16, 17 and IS the Rock Isl
and will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at above rate. The best
of service and quickest'time. (
Cheap Tickets to the Lire Stock Show.
The International Live Stock expo
sition will be held at the union stock
yards in Chicago from Xov. 2S to Dec.
5, 10.'. This will be the greatest ex
position of live, stock ever held.
Thoroughbred slock from all over the
United State will be on exhibition.
Cheap tickets will be on sale via the
Burlington. Ask the nearest agent
Low Katea via. Itock Island.
One fare, plus $2, for round trip and
very low one-way rates to a number
of points in the northwest and south
west, Xov. 17, via the C, R. I. &. P.
For Thanksgiving Day
a rate of one fare and a third for the
round t rip has been authorized to
points within 150 miles on the Nickel
Plate road, good returning to and in
cluding Xov. 30. 1903. La Salle street
passenger station, l nicago. corner
Van I5uren and La Salle street, on the
Elevated loop. City ticket office, 111
Adams street and Auditorium Annex.
'Phone Central 2057
The Nickel mate Koad
will sell tickets within distances of
150 miles, Xov. 25 and 26, at rate of a
fare and a third for the round trip.
account Thanksgiving day. Return
limit Xov. 30, l'.)03. Three through
trains daily to Fort Wayne, Cleveland,
Erie, Buffalo, Xew York, Boston and
Xew England points, on Xickel Plate
road. Meals svrvrvd.in Xickel Plate
dining cars on American club plan,
ranging in price from 35 cents to $1;
also a la. carte. Chicago city ticket
offices. 111 Adams street and Auditor
ium Annex. 'Phone Central 2057. De
pot, La Salle and Van Buren streets,
on the Elevated loop.
MOTHER AND CHILD
Scott's Emulsion is cod
liver oil made almost as
palatable as milk. It is easv
and soothing to the weak
stomach; it checks the ten
dencies of . children toward
Scott's Emulsion gives
strength to weak mothers be
cause it creates healthy flesh
and new blood.
Nursing mothers will find
a special value in Scott's
Emulsion because it insures
a flow of rich, nourishing
milk for the baby. More and
better ithan.- a medicine;
Scott's Emulsion is a food.
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
Miss Evans, a stranger here, ap
plied at the police station yesterday
afternoon and solicited aid in finding
her brother, Arthur Evans, who has
been awa- from home for some time.
Relatives have lost track of the young
man. and all they know of him is that
he is following the race track, driving
a trotting horse. The name of the
horse's owner or the name of the
horse they do not know. The lad's
father is very low. MYith such mea
gre details the police have little hope
of getting trace of the boy.
Andrew J. Carlson and Miss Jose
phine Larson, of 2430 Fourth avenue,
were married at the parsonage of the
Swedish Lutheran church by Rev. C.
A. Hemborg, of that church. They
were attended by Axel Carlson and
Hilda Larson, brother and sister of
the high contracting parties. They
will reside at Fortieth street. Walker
Yesterday the board of local im
provements, consisting of Mayor Skin
ner, Civil Engineer Paddock and Street
Commissioner Frisk, with A. I. Mer
riman. the paving inspector, went over
the asphalt paving of Fifth avenue,
and with the exception of a few minor
details were very well pleased with
the job. but it will not be accepted
until the company has changed sev
eral little places.
Over 400 eople ate their suppers
Wednesday evening at the Congrega
tional church, which was given by the
ladies of the church in connection
with the bazar . A large crowd at
tended the second rendition of Fairy
land in the afternoon and after the
supper the auction sale was pulled
off. The ladies expect to realize at
least $000 on the two days.
Congregations are making arrange
ments for the annual union Thanks
giving services of the Protestant
churches of this city. Seven of the
English speaking churches will have
union services at the African Meth
odist church in the morning. Rev.. C.
II. Rurdick. of the Second Congrega
tional church, to preach the sermon.
In these services the congregations
of the following churches will be in
vited: First and Second Congrega
tional. First and Second Methodist.
First Baptist, Cnited Presbyterian
and the A. M. E.
A unique entertainment is to be
given at the Ling boys' hall the night
of the Fitzsinimons-Oardner fight
Wednesday. Xov. 25. The feature will
be a wrestling match between Mo
line's giant. Hilding Ardahl. and
Simpson, physical director of the
Turners of Davenport. Mr. Simpson
is a fast man on the mat. and the
match will undoubtedly prove an in
teresting one. Besides this, the pro
gram is to consist of other wrestling
matches, probably by members of the
club, and other athletic exhibitions.
DAN BREEN EXPLAINS PART
Slate of Dubuque Makes Clear Keaaon for
Mate Dan Breen, of the steamer Du
burjue, was a witness at Davenport yes
terday in the trial of the second dam
age suit against the Diamond .lo
company growing out of his shooting
the two Leonidases. He said the two
Leonidases got on board the Dubuque
at Rock Island, holding deck passage
tickets to McUregor. Iowa. Their
baggage consisted of boxes, canvases,
a large drtg and several whis. The
latter thev flourished about, striking
at the heels of the deck hands, thor
Highly intimidating them.
The mate interfered in the cause of
peace, and was' quite roundly scored
and cursed. When he commanded
them to remove their baggage to an
other part of the boa t. the old man
refused, stating that he had bought
the boat and was going to run it as it
pleased him. "Those are nice cow
boys," said the mate in the hearing
of Dr. Stocks, of St. Louis, who was
nearby, and to Mr. Schwartz, of tlu
same city, a traveling man. "They
have whips, but no lrorses." The Le
onidases took umbrage al this re
mark, and when again asfvd to re
move their baggage and behave them
selves, became verv uglv, the cider
man drawing a revolver and threaten
ing to shoot the mate. It was then
that Mr. Breen went upstairs and bor
rowed Morris Killeen's revolver, with
which the deadly work was done later
The witness said that when, after
securing the gun he attempted to en
force order and compel the two Leon
idases to move their baggage, his life
was threatened by an attempt made
by the two supposed cowboys to reach
their arms. But the mate was too
quick. Before his right to live, and
his authority as master of the lower
deck, he thought the rights to life,
and the self-arrogated authority of
the-Leonidases lapsed. Therefore he
shot trite, and the coroner's jury ex
onerated him from blame.
Now it has become known that the
twain were only masqueraders. in
dulging in. ..braggadocio.' But to the
mate, according to his testimony, it
was a matter of stern reality a mat
ter of life to himself oc of a funeral
for two cowboys who tried to run the
A Runaway Illcycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III.
It developed a stubborn ulcer, un
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
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