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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. AMTL 7. 1904
aiiss noROTnr clark,
2130 Gninihaw teL.,
whose photoprraph appears herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair, thicker than the crovvn of plory of :
mature women. Frances is only four years old, and her hair hanps within 12 inrlu 1 of the Hour. 1 lie extraordinary
trpnirthpninir mi.ilitips of f)nffffIna has crown for this little cirl the most adiJirable head cf h.iir ever possesse;
trenartheninir oualities of Danderina
. rhilil nf h-r ncrA ill tho wnrli J. Ti other
results they are getting. Neither of them having hair that wouid reach to their waists before beginning
it in nnsmvr AND PZRMAMEXT in tTS RESULTS.
When applied to the scalp n either old or young, it makes tho hair sprout and grow thick, long and beautiful, and there
is no wailing around for weeks and months to bee results, either. Any druggist wil! refund the price if it does not ac?
complish every result we claim. NOW at all druggists in three sizes, 25 centr, GO cents and $1 .CO per bottle.
CncC To show how qi.l.-Wv Oanderin acts we Tvil! send a I.irsf sampln fr.v 1 y return rmilto nnv on who s.-nds tMs alTertlsemenl to tba
iTilEliM Enowlton Dauderiue Co.. Chicago, with tUeir unuio and u'UrcM auJ ivcc-utstu BiUcr or sticks to iay j-ostSKt;.
For Sale and guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy.
4 4 i
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up. ?
rrt .1. 1. t..n: i.rA..niA( t -
miilk I UldMKMiua, iuiviitrn,
mi-rrlinndisp being 5.ld at great bargains at Siegers Loan Office 1
3L'0 Twentieth St. 'I'hone green 163. l , - . 1 : 2
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work,
call on before goin; elsewhere, as
we run J-;ne you money. We use
nothing but the best of material, and
our wiirk is guaranteed to be first
class in ctery res-peet. If ou are in
need of a set of teeth, call and see our
thin el stir plate. We guarantee it to
fit in n!l ca.-i-s and ulu-ii ;. I! others
have failed. We reer ask ou more
than our prieess below:
Gold fillings, 51 ami up
Gold crowns. $1 to $3
Set of teeth. $S and up
$15 set of teeth for
Office 1607 Second Ave.
OVER 8EIDEIS DRUG STORE.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makea
heat, it's quality that retains,
it is quality that makes possible
eonsuuiptinn of 90 per cent of
tho combustible part of it, leav
Iug a light, clean ash; lastly, U'a
quality that lessens your fuel
bill you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unhurnables. The coal
yre handle, both hard and soft,
denerTcs all the good thinjrs we
nd our patrons say for it. A
ton will talk as loudly as a car
load. E. G. FRAZEP
shew this imm
AND WE CAN
Remits from its ust are QUICK and PERMANENT.
FRANCES MARIE KNOWtTOIf,
980 Garfield IJouIevard, Chicago, I1L.
Age 4 Vtars.
FRANCES HARiE ICFOlVLTOfa
has crown for this little cirl
two ladies whose ihotocrai)hr, are
jcwrnj, Citiiuinjj, uncica auu ulu;a
if tuir earnings. Come in and
we will explain our new system.
We make it easy to sae. De
posits received from $1 up. Four
per cent interest paid.
EOCK ISL.ND, ILL.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, X. .1.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, l'a.
Rockford Ins. Co Rockford, III.
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .llockford. 111.
Office, room 3, Iiuford block. Bates
low aa consistent with recuritj.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Kates as low as
any reliable company
YOUK PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Don't Be FooledH
i Ocnuioe ROCKY MOCNTAIN TEA
is put P la white package. naanxHactared
divel by the Modtsom Mrdiciar
Co.. Madison. Wis. Sell at 35 cent a
package All other are rank imitations
and ubtittcs. tfon't rtk your heoib b
taking thmi. 1 MfcGtNL'rNB ruw aick
ro4 Well, keeps you Well. AU tionc.t
Dealers sell the Oenuino.
ItOLUSTER DRL'Q CO. Madiooa. Wis.
13 w t j5.-.vv.vc.-n
?nss rrcv mat,
C03C rorcti illo Ave.,
for . .W. '. Hi'; i
IS, c foil
hown here r.ro certainly delighted with the
g the use ot Danderinc
One of the finest rlat luiildings of
the 1 1 i 1 1 district will shortlv be erected
on East Locust street by Attorney .1,
A. Ha nicy. The new building w ill be
a fine pressed brick .structure three
stories in height and will contain six
complete apartment dwellings
Hon. lienrv Yolltncr and A. I". .Me-
(uirk have leen iiolilied by Congress
man M. .1. Wmle that he has intro
duced in the house of representatives
a bill providing for the establishment
of a federal court at Davenport. It i
propo-ed to include Scott. Muscatiiu
Washington and Kcokuk counties in
the district to come under the juris
diction of the propo-ed new court.
Madame Mos.dy. better known a?
the herb doctor, who formerly had
an office in the Forrest building on
Fourth and lira ly streets, has been
arrested on the charge of shoplifting
40 vards of silk and a sideboard scarf
from a Cedar Rapids o'epartmcnt
store. When her room was searched
over .HM) worth of other goods were
Judge D. X. Jack-on heard three
divorce eases c-terday afternoon and
ad indicated all f them within -0
minutes. The first was that of Me til
I. Meyer v. Charlie Mever. It went
by default. The second was that of
Dertha Flindt vs. Fred II. C. Flindt.
the defeni'aiit being the keeper of the
Prob-tei tavern. A default was enter-
cd and t he charge was habitual drunk
enness. The couple were married in
1 ;.. The third ca.-e was that of Mary
Sehrader vs. Elmer Sehrader. Cruel
and inhuman treatment was alleged.
At the family home. 1 .":;: Fulton
avenue. Tuesday night occurred the
death of Walter Vincent Menrgy at
the age of m nths. The father of
the child is employed at Rock Island
arsenal and its mother was bur
ied March 7, so that the affliction
which has lefal!en Mr. Merge is a
very severe one indeed. The funeral
All diseases of Kidnevs.
Bladder. Urinary Organs.
Also Rheumatism. Back
acne. HeartDlsease. Gravel.
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become diseonrired. Thr Is
cure for you. i f ri-essary write Dr. Kenner.
H bas f pent & life time curing 'bist such
cases its yours. AU consultation free.
"Por years I had backache, severe csJs
aeries kidneys and ealditijr urine. 1 coold
not s tout of bed without hflp. The use of
ur. t en nor s Kidney and Rarniicbe Cure re-
toreJ trie. G. WAGONER. K nonsville. Pa.-
ffsts. WV-.. fl. Ask for Cook Book FTM
VITIKTIANPC Pure Cure rtrruUr. rr
01 II UO UANOCFenner, Fredonla-S.Y
For sale by Harper Iltise Pharmacy
nd CRnod! Pharmacy.
Permanently Cwred by
CR. KUKE-S GREAT
CQTXTrrW. mil --
1 I A I K1I1TI K WD K-K
J i.pC-t7 . pM, SV Vitas
-2 LI.iliLl-93i ch...ndieh.
will 1k held this afternoon and the
remains will be shipped to l'eoria.
the former home of the family, for
John, the S-v ear-old son of Mr. anil
Mr-s. F.dward Theleunann, and one of
the bright boys attending school No.
1. died at St. Luke's hospital yester
day after two weeks illness from ty
phoid fever. The burial will take
place at Le Claire.
The total leceipts at the Davenport
poslofticc for the year ending March
:il were $110,444.7:;. The passing of
the $110.(oo mark means an increase
of $100 in the salary of Postmaster
Rryson. which ha- been $:;.:;(M). and as
soon as the additional allowance is
provided for it will be placed at $3,400
At the annual parish meeting of
the I i race cathedral congregation.
Rev. N. S. Stephens, the rector, who
had recently resigned, announced that
upon the urgent solicitation of many
of his parishioners he had reconsid
ered his resignation and would re
main with the congregation as its
Charles I. Partridge, inspector of
the western agencies of the Pruden
tial Insurance company of America,
has been in the city several days. He
came here on one of his regular tours
of in-pection. and as a result of his
visit and the report which necessarily
followed, the company found it nec
essary to terminate W. R. Jaffray's
contract with the company as its
agent here. Mr. Partridge remains in
eh urge of the office until Mr. J affray's
successor is appointed and installed.
.Notwithstanding street rumors to the
contrary, it can be said on authority
that Mr. .1 affray satisfied all the de
mands of the company. He has been
a well-known Davenport resident for
several ears. and treasurer of the
(Jrace cathedral vestry during a large
part of his resilience here.
Ida Stevens, a colored woman, was
arrested 1 uesilay evening as a sus
pect. She saw a pocket hook drop
from a carriage, and when the vehi
cle had passed, delilierately picked it
up and rifled it of the contents, which
were $1. She was later arrested, and
on refusing to return the money was
sent to the house of detention. The
po ketbook was the property of a
lad v. Jt was picked up on Third
Attorney Isaac I'etersbergcr. repre
F. C. Nhare. the well-known Daven
port contractor, has forwarded to tin
federal court at Keokuk a petition in
bankruptcy for Mr. Nhare. 1 lie ap
plication is supplemented by a sched
ule of liabilities amounting to over
17.400. with assets given at $."i.4f)0.
The heaviest creditors are as follows:
bin.lsey & Phelps company, $:.ino: V .
N". Roberts company, $-'j): Citizen's
National bank. :.."ti: A. J. Warner,
$J0-: Arnold A- dibits. $:..2: Walthei
Heating company. $1.10. In addition
to the above"1here are a large number
of creditors to whom amounts are
NEWS IN OUTLINE,
Thieves entered the Roman Catholic
church ;it Hellairo, O., taking $C00
worth of p:old and silver ware.
A bill has iwissed the house to pre
vent the unlawful wearing of thebadge
of the (;. A. Ii. in the District of Co
lumbia. The senate has confirmed the nom
ination of Ceorge K. Anderson, of Illi
nois, to be consul tit llaug-Chow,
A farmer at Millville, Pa., has had
his wife arrested for cruelty because
tdio insisted up.m playing "Hiawatha"
011 a phonograph against his protests.
U rover Cleveland says that Judge
Parker is a tit representative of wife
and conservative Democratic prin
ciples. Kx-tjuecn Isalnlla of Spam Is suf
fering from a severe attack of influ
enza, at l'si ris.
The bubonic plague Is decreasing
Princess Sophia of Llppo. widow of
Prince (Jonthier Frederic Waldemar of
LipiH, is dead.
Smith Lafayette Russell, a retired
New York city business man. has en
dowed the Duatie M. E. church in that
city with $.100,000.
diaries C. Itennett, alias S. Francis
Jones, has been arrested at Detroit for
using the mails to defraud.
Lutheran clergymen of the middle
west are holding a conference at De
troit. The United States canal commission
has arrived at Colon. Panama, and
been enthusiastically received.
The Hawaiian legislature Is in rx
rni ession trying to make income and
Boat Coach Medicine for CbllJren.
When yon buy a cough medicine for
small children v on want one in which
vou ran place explicit confidence. You
want one that not only relieves but
cures. 1011 want otic that is iimiuefc-
tionablv harmless. You want one that
is pleasant to take. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy meets all ttf these con
ditions. There is nothing so good for
a cough or a cold incident to child
hood. It is also a certain preventive
and cure for croup, and there i no
danger whatever from whooping
cough when t is given. Jt has tteen
used in many epidemics of that dis
ease with perfect success. For sale
by all druggists.
A spring blessing for all mankind.
There's nothing like Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea to make one strong,
healthy and robust. Keeps the whole
family well. 33 cents, tea or tablets.
The school board has decided on
the erection of a new building on the
urant school site ofmt less than six
or eight rooms, to face Seventh ave
nue. Steps w ill be taken to submit the
proposition to a vote of the people at
the election Saturday, April lt. when
a president anl three members, are
also to be elected.
Mrs. Ostriil Lindbloni died yester
day at 7 o'clock at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Jonas Johnson, of 1704 i
Twenty-eighth avenue, after an ill
ness of five weeks with typhoid fever.
sne was born in Sweden Oct. 11, 1SS3.
She came to .vmerica about a year
;igo and had since made her home
w it It her aunt.
Tuesday evening at s o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I). O. Reid, on
Nineteenth street, took place the wel
ding of their daughter Frances and I'.
11. Fuller. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev . F. II. P.urrell. of Christ
Yesterday morning at 0 o'clock, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Maclleth, 201'J Seventh avenue, took
place the wedding of their daughter.
Miss Maud Meiloni Smith to John!
Schacht. The ceremony was perform-
eo bv Rev. Lurdick. of the Second
Congregational church. The bride
ami groom left town on an early
train on their honeymoon trip for a
destination not known by the rela
tives. On their return to the city they
will go to housekeeping at their home.
17U'.i Thirteenth avenue, which is all
furnished awaiting them. Roth of
the young people are well known in
this community, as Mrs. Schacht is a
graduate of the high school and Mr.
Schacht was a schoolmate of hers
and also a graduate of the high school
and of the I'niversity of Illinois as
well. He holds a degree as architect
and is employed in the office of L. M.
Drack in Rock Island. He is a son of
J. H. Schacht, one of the old and re
spected residents of the city.
The special propositions submitted
to the voters Tuesday "sutTercd diverse
fate. The annexation measure for the
addition of Ca mice's grove to the city
carried by a safe majority, but the
plan to adopt civil service in the pit
lice and lire departments was lost
through the indifference of voters.
The annexation proposition received
positive indorsement by the voters of
the city4 although it is to be contest
ed in the courts bv residents of the
territory if their declarations are fed
William Henry Tieken. aged 4.1 v ears
and 7 months, died Tuesday at 1 p. m
after an illness with I "right's disease.
He was born in Fort Madison and had
lived 111 this state two years. He leaves
to mourn him a wife and three chil
dren. The funeral was held at the
rseidcnce, 4 Sixteenth avenue, to
day at U p. m. The remains will be
shipped to Fort Madison for inter
Angelina Cowderv, the .".-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. 1J. Cow
der.v. died at the home of her parents
in South Moline Tuesday at 2 p. in
Her death was caused by a severe at
tack of pneumonia.
Charles Jackson Price, one of flu
well-known colored residents of the
city, died of pneumonia Tuesday ev
ening at his home on Second avenue
after an illness since Saturday only
Mr. Price was born in Martinsburg,
W. Va., about 72 years ago and he had
been a resident of Moline for 12 years.
Postmaster McKinley stands to get
a raise in salary in keepiiag with the
increase in the receipts at the local
postoftice for the year ending March
31. The figures which have just been
compiled show nn increase of $1,237.'
(53 in the receipts for the year, and as
the salary of the postmaster is based
upon this, an increase will probably
be in order, to about the $3,000 mark.
Fifteen-minute service on the inter-
urban line between Moline and Wa-
tertown will be inaugurated as soon
as another switch is installed and re
pairs on tlie track completed. One
extra switch has already been laid
near Warner's crossing ami one more
win lie necessary neiore tne service is
changed. The 1.1-niirmte service will
hold during the greater part of the
day, but in the morning and evening
and on special occasions 10-miniite
service will prevail.
Peoria. IH.t to Waahlocton. D. C aud Ra
ta ro April 23. 1004.
Directed by C. Ii. Vandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, l'eoria; $10,
the regular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding meals, sleeping car berth,
board in Washington, guides, side
trips, etc. Send for circular giving
detailed information. Allen M. Nye,
T. r. A., liig Four lloute. Peoria, 111.
Prmg your material and we will
teach you to make your spring tail
or suit or fancy gown strictly ;p-to-date
in every style and fa-hion.
We are ready to receive pupib
and visitor. School hours from J a.
in. until 4 p. 111. For benefit of la
dies employed during the day we
will have a night school from 7 p.
in. until 9:'.;ft p. in. Ibtoms -17, T.
r.'j McCullough Building. Davenport.
U BELL'S f.lOCHA AH ID JAVA
J. H. DELL & GO.
62 St G4 Michigan Avo., Chicago
M to 6U MUwfcY.
Dr. Harry DePew (el Co.
Renew their Great Offer of
FUEE TREATMENT UNTIL CURED
to all Who Apply Before
Owing to (he fact that many conservative people have failed fo
fake advantage of Dr. De Pew's great free oiler, he has decided to give
the sick and' suffering people of this vicinity another opportunity of
regaining health and vigor by means of his wonderful system of
treatment absolutely without cost. Dr. De 1'evv A Co., consider t heir
fined patients their greatest advertisements, and that they can well
atTord to give their services free of charge for a limited time to all
who are sick and suffering from diseases that have been pronounced
incurable by others.
Dr. DePew's Speda-l Method
quickly strengthens and warms up every organ, 'mind
and body. It produces prodigious vital force, strength, nutrition and
enormous digestion. For years Dr. De Pew 4V Co. have used fhis
treatment in their Chicago sanitarium and offices, treating thousands
with astonishing success unequalled by science. In a short time it puts
great vital force and strength into weak, low, giveii-up-ln-die patients,
often curing in a few days.
It has cured hundreds of consumptives in two to three months.
It cures cancers, abeesses and frightful ulcers with incredible
sliced. It imparts courage and confidence, exhilirafes body and
mind, gives strong voice, clear skin and great working power while it
doubles digestion and strength, (iives great strength to the heart and
cures wonderfully quick heart, liver, stomach and kidney diseases,
blood poison, all skin and nervous diseases, rheumatism and all
drains and wastes, varicocele, n ivo-vital weakness, asthma, bronchi
al troubles and pains of any description. (Jives such vigor to weak fe
male organs ;uid nerves in feeble women that in a few days severe
cases are almost well. Most iiieu and women made fat, strong and
well in two to six weeks.
It works wonders daily. Hundreds of patients ilelight' il at the won
derful work performed by Dr. De Pew v Co., at t heir perma nent office
in the New Kock Island House. Dr. De Pew's system is unknown to
other physicians. Head what some of your neighbors say, call ami
see if it is t rue:
Kock Island, III. - I wish tin; public to know that I suffered
terribly from stomach trouble for many years, I suffered
constantly, and never knew what it was to be without
pain. I had vomiting spells every day and would get so weak
I could not walk. After taking a few treatments from Dr. De
Pew cv Co. my tains and troubles left me entirely ami 1 have
liof had any vomiting spells since. I feel better than for many
years and am truly thankful fo these skilled physicians.
MKS. Al fJL'STA KOLLOFF, :U,, .Ninth avenue.
Kock Island, 111. I have Iteen afflicted with a welling on
one of in v limbs for the last six years which was very pain
ful, anil caused me much (rouble. I tried many doctors here
and other places but found very little relief until I heard of
Dr. De Pew y Co. and decided to take their treatment which I
found to be entirely different lo any I had ever heard of. I
have been faking the treatments but a short time and can
truthfully hay the swelling ami pain have disappeared and
my general health has not been so good for years.
WILLIAM WIIAYF.K. Tvvoiiti th Street.
Dr. De Pew A Co. will cure you and cure you free of charge.
They ask nothing for their setvices, except for surgi'-al operations.
Those in need of tyiedical services will be given a free prescription to
be filled at any druggists.
Come a.t Onco and bo Cured Forever.
Dr. DePew (EL Co. are permanently located at tho
New Kock Island Ilouse, Rock Islanc , 111.
Hours 0 to 1J a. m. lo ." and 7 fo 8 p. ui. Sundays 0 to II a. m.
n. E. CA STEEL. IfcD.
Central Trust i Savings Bank
KOCK JTSLAND, ILL.
I.NXORPOUATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork IOO.OOO. Four Ir Cnt Interest l'a hi on Depvalta.
. .1. Larkin.
J. .1. La Velle.
II. E. (a -feel,
L. D. Mudge
TKL'ST DI:i'A irTMEXT.
Estates and property of all kind are managed by fhi depart
ont, which i kept entirely eepa rate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and troRtec under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of KfitateK.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. Ocneral financial
igent for non-residenta, women, lavaUda; and others.
Packed in One-Pound
This Coffee is a special blend of the
best South American Mocha and
Java and is selected by our special
agent from private growth planta
tions. It is superior to any offered
heretofore at a moderate price and is
GUARANTEED TO PLEASE THE
MOST FASTIDIOUS TASTE.
BEST for tho Honey
Ever Offered in This
We Control tho ENTIRE PRODUCTION
OF THESE COFFEES.
' Vice President.
MUDGEL n. B
II. II. Cb-Hveland, r II. D. Mack.
Alary E. Kobinson, John Schafer,
hweeney, f. S. Ib-agy,
11. 15. Simmon.
r. II. Thomas, pharmacist.