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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY. APRIIi 13 1904'
Catarrh begin3 with a stubborn cold in the head, inflammation cr sore
ness of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge of mucus matter,
headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, and even in this early stage
is almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back
into the throat and stomach, and the blood becomes polluted and the
tZainjS 1 continual headache, my cheek, bad rrown
ty tne catarrhal poiS- purple, my noe wa always -topped, np. my breath
On. then the Sufferer oad a icke&ing' and diairuatinff odor, and I coughed
Xltr-SZ - v 5U?"cr incessantly. I heard of S. B. S. and commenced to use
DeginS to realize what a t and after taking several bottles X was cured and
disgusting and sicken- never since had the eliKMest .jinptom of tha
. , - . . . dmeaae. Mm HAET L. 8TOBM,
mg disease Catarrh is. Northwest Cor. 7th and JPelix bts., St. Joseph, mo.
It affects the kidneys
and stomach as well as other parts of the body. It is a constitutional
disease and as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc. , are never more
than palliative or helpful, even in the beginning of Catarrh, what can
you expect from such treatment when it becomes chronic and the whole
system affected ? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. can reach this obsti
parts, and a permanent cure is the result.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for
Catarrh in all stages. Write if in need of medical advice; this will cost
you nothing. mr SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA
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Wall Paper Hovise.
W. B. KILMER. Proprietor.
For that j
Rainy Day J
Are voti getting ready? The
day is hound to come sooner or
later, they tell u. Why not l.e
prepared? We make saving so
easy. Drop in and let us ex
plain our system to von. Inter
est at 4 per eent aid on depos
its from fl up.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. g
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work,
call on us before poinfj cl-ewhere, a?.
e can s-ave you money. We use
nothing hut the t)est of material, and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If ynu are in
need of a set of teeth, call and see our
thin eh stio plate. We sruarantee it to
fit in all c-aes and when r.U others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below: t
Cement filling's $ .25
Bone filling .25
Platinum tillinj 50
Silver fillings 50
Gold fillings. 1 and up 1.00
Gold crowns, $4 to $5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5.00
15 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
OVER SEIDEL'S DRUG STORE.
nate, deep-seated disease and purge the blood 01 me
catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up the
diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are
healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases
when new. rich blood is coming to the diseased
We are now showing the newest
wall papers. We 1 -li x o we can
provide you with a wider fhoice of
better and more stlih papers
than uiii can find elsewhere. Our
stork is made up of all the grades
from the finest tapestries down to
inexpcnie yet neat and service
aide patterns. Kaeh was carefully
selected witli a view of showing
For Every Purpose
and at every prire. ISring in the
sie of your room and let us help
you save on wall paper this year.
Cor. Fourth Ave.
and Twentieth St.
Friday and Saturday, April 15-16
Ine free ticket with every .".D-cent ad
mission. The only attraction
of the kind in the
William H. and E. B. Jos
selyn Congress f Nations
s 1.1 moving photographic Hat scenes,
not moving or motion pictures.
:;. separate- ilivisiotis, including all
there is to le seen upon the entire
feet long, f,. high. Two
hours and 2" minutes.
Special .Notice. Including ll." mag
nitieent eolorel scenes, i! lust rat ing t he
story and play of "Pen Hur." present
ed by Mr. .losselyn over "0U times, 103
times in Poston during I'.tOJ.
Prices inc. '..Mic. :;! and .Vie.
Matinee Children, 10c, adults 2.1c.
Sunday, April 17.
AND ALL WEEK LONG.
Tw enty -five people pourtt-en
Xandcville Acts including the
. SUNDAY NIGHT.
15 he Hand of Man
PRICES H'". -"c and ::iV. I.ad-ies
f r e Motidav niiiht.
Ajre i'2, f 6: a-e 6.", a-e 68, $10:
are 70, ?12
MAJ. H. C. CONNELLY,
1719 SeconJ Ave . Rock I land. 111.
Cill or write at once.
Agency and Information
207-20'. P.radv St.. Davenport, Iowa.
Claims, accounts and informations col
lected everywhere. P.oth 'phones.
'Don't Be Fooled A
Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up :n m-ti:ti? package, manufactared
exclusively by the foduon Medicine
Co.. Madison. Wis. xll at 35 cents
Package. All others are rank imitations
and substitutes, don't risk ymtr fl'ii by
taking them. THCGEMJINt; manes sick
peopie Wen. Keens yoa Well. All Honest
Dealers sell the Cenuina.
HOLUSTER DRCQ CO. Madison. Wis.
In response to tlie many requests
foe a second presentation of "Down lu
Dixie, which was piven b the hii;h
school students last Friday evening,
a special meeting of the Athletic as-.-ociatioii
was held and it was decided
to repeat the jMTfomiance Friday ev
The Grand Council of the Royal
Arcanum has just closed its annual
sessh n at Ottnmwa and the election
of ntticers resulted in the choice of
two well known Davenporters. These
are A. Tredick who was elected grand
orator, and V. (.". Mossman. who was
elected grand chajdain. P.oth Messrs.
Tredick and Mossman had held the
a hove offices the previous year and had
served so well that they were honored
with an unanimous reelection.
Yesterday morning at his home, lotl
West Second street, occurred the
deatn of .! dm Eby. aged 74 years
.Deceased was born in Alsace. France
in 1s::o and was married to Marie S
Wolf Nov. J. lsf.r. by A. Niermann. For
44 vears he was a resident of Daven
port, anil was well respected bv all
who knew him. He is survived bv Hvi'
children and a son-in-law. Emil I
Prockmanii. The children are Peter
Eby. Francis .Joseph Wolf. .Joseph
Adam Wolf. Mrs. llenrv Haase. and
Mrs. Frances .1. Koch. Fi.ur grand
children also survive. Antinctte M.;
Walter. I.. Veronica M.. and Hildegrade
t ll'" onri'iits" lifinii' Mr. and Ml
Richard Sehlegel. of lO.ai West Sixth
street. ei!iies!ay night, occurre:! tli
dtath of Arthur R. Sehlegel. an in
fant son. agen '. months and R5 day.
The babe i survived by two sisters
Clara and Edna Sehlegel.
Yesterday morning at his home. 10K
West Sixth street, occurred the death
1 I Henry M. Sass. in the ."sth year, 1st
month and 21st day of his age. Di
ceased was a native of Germany, and
came to this country :; vears ago. He
was employed at the Glucose plant for
JO vears. and three and one-half years'
airo retired, since which time he has
been an invalid. There survive him hi
wife. Anna Sass, nee Puck, and live
children. Mrs. Agnes Yo!uardsen.
wife i f Herman Yoluarilsen. of t lie
contractor firm of Phillips Vol-
ipiiirdscn. Henry N.. Ernest A.. Henri
etta and Mary Sass. llenrv Eggers. the
deputv sheiilf is a brother-in-law of
t he deceased.
Judge D. V. Jackson sat in chain
ber- vesterday afternoon and in less
than half an hour sentenced two par
ties for adultery, and granted decrees
of divorce to three mismated couples
'I he divorces, were granted to th
plaintiffs in each of the following
ea-es: Savanna Pasch . McNuIta
Paseh. P.y default. Neal V Neal for
the plaimitV: .ana Miller vs. Frank C.
Miller. P.y default. Neal & Neal for thi'
idaintitT: C. O. Russell vs. Dehlia M.
Russell. P.y default. Letts & McGee for
the plaintiff. F. C. Nhare and Mrs.
Emma Mathilda Cassiilay were
brought info court by their attorney
and entered pleas if guilty to the
charges of adultery which figured in
the indictments returned against
them. J uIge .laekson thereupon pro
nounced the sentence, that both de
fendants pay a tine of $1.V and cost
and stand committed at hard labor in
the county jail until paid. The cost
in the case approximate $t".
News reached this city Wednesday
afternoon of the marriage at St. Louis
at high noon of that da v. of Miss
Delia A. Rrandt. daughter of Henry
Prandt. formerly of the firm of
Schrocder V- liran It. 1.".nt West Third
street this city, and William R. Dra
per, manager of the publicity depart
ment of the "Frisco sstem. The bride
was fi rnierlv stenographer at the GI11
cose plant in this city, and went to St
Louis several months ago to engage
as a typewriter in the Frisci offices
There she met Mr. Draper, and the ro
mance of the pair began.
The dump boat was placed in tin
water vesterday . The launching a
not v cry ceremonious. The flagship of
the board of heallh will sail at mid
night under sealed on! rs as regular
ly as heretofor. Harry Hiph is ail
miral of the craft.
( ieorpe II in rich-e:i. lef t guard on the
high school football team last vear
ai.il guard on the crack basket ball
team which ha just closed si success
ful season, was elected captain of thi
high school baseball team at a meet
ing of the Athletic association. Candi
dates for the nine are practicing daily
at Grisvvold. Games will be scheduled
with teams representing the different
iiicational inst it ut ions in the tri-
The telegraph account- of the ex
plosion in the gun turret of the bat
tleship Mi-s.uri shows the name of
Kearney J. Kivlin. i f Dallas. Tex., as
one of the killed. The yonng man was
a cousin to John Kivlin. or .lack Kiv
lin. as -e is familiarly known to his
friends, nf Fast River street, this city.
The father of deeraei! lived in Daven
port back in the Vo"s. and has since
been mayor of Dallas. jm( is president
of the Dallas Cooperage company. So
Davenport i brought into jpiite close
touch with this latest tragedy on an
American man-of-war. as we were in
having a representative in the ill
The Dnvenjwtrt Retail Grocer's as
sociation at the last meeting discussed
the advisability of increasing the,
sciie of the association so as to in-(
elude all the merchants of the city in
the membership. A resolution to this
effect was presented but was not acted
upon, being carried over until the
next meeting. The members decideu
to do away with the premium system
ardfter May 1 no premiums will be
William Frahm. a man who worked
one week at the Glucose, paid out his
wages to satisiy outraged justice be
cause cf an assault and battery per
petrated by him upon the person of
Sidney LeGrange. an ex-police officer,
now employed as a watchman at the
Glucose plant. Frahm had entered the
factory to draw his time and encoun
tered the watchman whose duty it is
to keep all save employes out of the
place. He told Frahm to get out as
he had no business there, and Frahm
refused to do so. The officer made an
effort to eject him. aim was repaid for
his efforts bv being punched bv
Harry Williams, a colored man.
palmed a valuable ring in the jewelry
store of Hugo Rohwedder. It was
missed soon after he left the store and
he was fi lhwed and the police were
put on his trail with the result that
he was ipiiekly captured. He protest
ed innocence, but finally admitted his
guilt when the ring, which he had
thrown away when the officers start
ed after him. was produced. He was
sentenced to :;) days for vagrancy.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
$.". to San Francisco and Los An
geles and return via C. It. 1.& P. Ry .,
April 1! to May 1. Good to return
up to J line .'!().
One fare plus for the round trip
to a nuinlK-r of points northwest and
southwest on April l'.t. Also very low-one-way
rates to a number of points
on same date, via the C, R. I. & P. Ry .
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the ('.. M. & St. P. at
1:::u p. in., or the early morning train
at .1 : You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
The ('.. M. V- St. P. passenger trains
for Chicago and Kansas City should
prove favorites with the guests of the
lintels, as the passenger depot is so
conveniently located only a block or
two and you find the finest trains run
ning through Rock Island.
Stop anil Think
If you want to go to Chicago y
can take one of the C. M. A- St.
tine trains and make an easy and r
id journey. Trains for Chicago le
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a.
arriving at Chicago at S:.i." a. in.:
4:."s p. m.. arriving at Chicago at I
p. in., and n't 11:.V p. in., arriving
Chicago at 7:" a .m.
I'eorla. 111., to Washington, D. C.t and Re
turn April 23. I004.
Directed by C. 11. Yandervort, prin
cipal of Greeley school, Peoria; $40,
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. P. A., P.ig Four Route. Teoria, Ili.
Private Car Kicnrslon to California via
Itock Island bystem.
Private car "Lacuna" leaves Des
Moines. Saturday. April .'!() for a four
week's trip to the Pacific coast and
On the way to California stops will
be madv at Denver. Colorado Springs,
Glenwood and Salt Lake City. Points
in California which will be visited are:
Sacramento, Fresno. Los Angeles,
Santa Parbara. Monterey and San
Francisco. The return journey will
be made by way of Portland, Taeoina,
Seattle, Yaneonver, thence to St. Paul
and Des Moines via Canadian Pacific
The car has a bath room, hot and
cold water, observation parlor and
dining arrangements, berths and state
rooms. It will be occupied during the
entire journey. Meals and berths are
included in the rates which from Rock
Island is only .ir,4, $01 of which is
pay aide at this office the remainder
to be collected by Mr. Yan Winkle
aboard the car.
The rate is exceptionally low. being
only about per day for board and
Full particulars at Ihis office.
F. H. PI.l'MM ER. C. 1. A..
lSi'J Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Children that grow too fast
and those that seem hardly
to grow at all, both need
It .gives that rich vital
nourishment which is the
secret of all healthy growth.
It rounds out the long limbs,
and helps children to grow
without using up all their
strength in growing.
Mothers ought to know
more about the wonderful
help which Scott's Emulsion
would give their children.
We'll send yo a umple free upon reooesf .
SCOTT & EOWXE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
Directors of the P.usiness Men's as
sociation have selected three members
to represent the association at the
hearing for the lock presentation be
fore the cemmittee of the house rf
representatives on river and harbors.
The association will be represented by
President WV A. Meese. ex-President
M. .1. McEuiry and E. E. Morgan.
Miss Grace Yierich and Walter Lew
is was quietly wedded last night at 0
o'clock. The ceremony took place at
the parsonage of Rev. Spencer and
they were attended by Mrs. Fred Yier
ich. Miss Anna Bergert ana Fred Yier
ich and Penjamtn Webber. The affair
was witnessed by the relatives of the
contracting parties. The young couple
will take a short bridal tour and will
be at home to their friends after April
-1. at the home of the groom's par
ents. i;;i2 Thirteenth street. They an
well known to the people of Moline
as both were born here and were edu
cated in the public school.
A complaint has been entered
against Frank P.lackwell's dog at th
police station by Mrs. Griffith, residin:
at No. 102 Sixteenth street. Dlaek-
well keeps a grocery on Second ave
nue and yesterday morning Mrs. Grif
fith went there to make some purchas
es. She found the dog lying in the
doorway and not wanting to disturb
him she called to a girl in the store
to come anil get ttie ilog away. When
the girl spoke to the dog he pounced
onto Mrs. Griffith, knocking her down,
biting her in the hand and bruising
her. An officer was sent down to in
The church council of the Swedish
Lutheran church met vveiinesdav ev
ening to decide upon the move made
by Rev. Hemborg. They prevailed
upon him to reconsider and take back
his resignation, but with all theii
arguing they could not make him
change his mind. The board would
not give in and at 11 p. 111. Rev . Hem
borg left the meeting without promis
ing to stay. Rev. Hemborg feels a
change in the paslorate would be for
With but two more weeks to the
close- of the membership contest, the
three e'ubs 111 the . M. t . A. are en
thusiast iea II v striving for victory. The
director. have extended a call to )r
villc G. Yerbury, who as director at
Monmouth, has just completed tin
niest successful season in that associ
ation's history. During the winter
months he had 115 men enrolled in hi
lasses. I lie' directors have" also au
thorized the gymnasium committee to
arrange for the installation of live
shower baths, liberal locker room and
a physical director's gymnasium on
the third floor. I Mat is. ' 'vlains sec
retary Freeman, "provi-.liu ":e three
club contest brings in a hm.ored mem
John I). Cadv has arrived from
Louisville. Ky where he spent a fort
night. Mrs. Cadv remained with rela
tives at that point, where Mr. Cnuy will
join her in two weeks and attend the
Louisville ra'-es before returning
Paul, the l-v ear-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fnl Sinksen, living at the cor
ner o '.Fifteenth street and Twentieth
aveni died yesterday of ty phoid
piieuir.snia. The funeral takes place
at the home Saturday at - p. 111.
A all was turned into the Central
lire station vesterday afternoon from
Deere A- Co.'s warehouse opposite th
Windsor hotel. A pile of papers had
caught fire on a desk in the uppei
story c ". the building. The flames ex
tended tip the woodwork of an eleva
tor shaft, and burned a hole about 12
feet square in the ceiling. The blafc
was soon under the control of the fire
laddies and a serious fire was averted.
The automatic water sprinklers in the
building were turned on and the floor
was flooded with water. The workmen
could not control the sprinklers, and
a quantity of water reached the lowei
floors. A large number of plows and
other implements are stored in the
biiilding. but the water will not dam
age them materially.
Efforts to locate relatives of Aaron
(iambic, who died last Friday niht.
have been unsuccessful so far. Th
postmaster at LaCros-e. Wis., writes
that the family departed from that
city sometime ago and left no address.
with the exception of a daughter, who
rcouested that her mail be forwarded
to Seattle. Wash. A telegram has be-r
sent to the chief of police at Seattle.
asking him to try to locate the young
lad v. It is thought that if the family
is notified of ihe death of Mr. (iambic,
they will cither ask that the remains
be sent to them or provide f r burial
April 14. Henry Dcisenroth to Eva
De Miivnek. lot It. block Chicago or
Lower add.. Rock Island. $-'.000.
Valentine Dauber to Katherine M.
Gieseker. n "0 feet, h't 10. block V.'..
Spencer & Case". add.. Rock Island.
F. W. G011M. trustee, to NeN A.
Rose, lots V and VI, lineral Spring
Harriett M. W'arr to O. F. Anderson,
e'-. lot and w 20 feet lot b'ock 1.
Atkinson's First add-. Moline. a ml frac
tional block 7. Wood's Second add
lot and s ?Wt feet lot 4. Hitchcock
Place. Moline. .VK).
Klixalteth Eeicht h.S. S. P.aker. w1.
lots t and 10. and lots It. 12 and i:s,
block P. Hampton. $V0.
August Leicht. et ah. to S. S. P.aker,
!, lot 0 and 10. and lots n. 12 and
13 "block S Hampton, W. '
Notice our Gibson Ties at
$3.00 Qsnd 4.00.
l?y doing good work. P.y using good materials. Ry using painless
methods, p.y treating all alike; we have no favorites. Children are
given the best of care and treatment. We make one price to nil.
IMates from $."1 up; Crowns from $5 to $S; aluminum lined Plates
$10. Fillings $1 and up. Cleaning, free; also extracting. Call and see
our sample display the largest in the three cities.
Open Everv Evening and Sunday.
Old 'phone green 221.
OYER 1 A. FINNE'S
I P. J. LEE.
Can You Imagine
a More Delightful Holiday
than a trip to California and back, visiting Colorado en-'
The expense i not yreat- not nearly so yreat as you
think it i. Twice, during the coming summer, the Rock
Island System offers extraordinarily low rates to the Pa
cific coast April -i. to May 1, and again Aug. 1.1 to Sept.
10. The round-trip rale from Rock Islam.' will be !f.".i). Cor
responding reductions from other points.
Think the matter over, then write for pamphlets giving
full information. They "re free. If you have any idea of c cr
seeing the wonders of the west, that idea will cryslallie
into action when vou have read our literature.
One side of our Rug; the other is just like it.
FLOCK ISLAND RUG CO..
2225 4th Ave, Rock Island. Old 'Phone i3I'J V; New 'Phone, 5001.
Who Can Guess
have met with such success
in Rock l.-land?
We Will Tell You.
of the latest and most artistic
designs will enable you to se
lect just what you want from
iiiir stock of
If you want a Dado for the
hall, we have rich patterns in
both light and dark shades.
Tile papers for the hath room
and kitchen. Call and see our
stock before purchasing your
spring papers. Also have a full
line of l'aints, Oils, Glass, Uriifch
es. Mouldings, etc.
1420-1431 Second Avna,
Opposite Court Ilouae.
F. H. PLUMMER,
C I'. A,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOYD, D. P. A., Davenport, Iow
Do It Now!
Telephone us to
call for your Car
pels and have
them cleaned, re
laid, and those old
Carpets worn by
beating (the old
tv ay) made into