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THE ARG-TJS, FRIDAY, JtTNE 3, 1904.
OH! THAT BACKACHE
NINE TIMES OUT OF TBI
ITS CAUSED BY CONGESTION.
" vegetable jjums which soothe,
Stop the Ache with an
The original and only genuine porous plaster.
With a small payment dutvn, the following properties will be sold
on monthly installments no greater than a fair rental.
No. 701 Third street, 4
No. 1006 Fifth avenue, 5
Nos. 1000 and 1002 Third
avenue. 2 Mats, 2 stores
and small house 0,000
No. 230 Thirteenth ktreet,
9 rooms 3,000
No. 2030 Thirteenth ave
nue, 5 rooms 1,100
No. 3132 .Ninth avenue, 4
No. 1309 Thirty-sixth street,
5 rooms 1,100
Also several houses in Holine and most desirable residence lots
in Hock Island and Moline.
E. H. GUVER. Mitchell & Lynde Bldg.. Rock Island
Telephone Old west 1389, new 6055.
Chicago Dental Company
and removal of ncrvt s done by us, and
the best and most careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin
elastic plate with natural
gains that fit in all cases
unci when others fail. We
use no cheap material in
ouroflice for our work is all
Kuaranteed to be equal to
the highest priced dentists
and to be first class in every
respect. Notice our prices
btdow, they are always the
Cement fillings .25
Cold Platinum filling .50
Silver fillings : .50
Gold fillings, $1 and up 1.00
tJold Crowns 22k, $1 to $3 4.00
Thin elastic plates HMM
Best red Bobber plates ii.oo
Office lOOTi Second Avenue,
Over Spidel's Drug Store.
Dr. S. C. Marshall.
It's a Pleasure
good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars yon have jet to
barn wh: t really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you wart
something nice in cigars, tohae
eo. pipes and smoker's articles,
rive us a eall.
S. B. Arndt & Co.,
Bengston Block, 1706 Second Av.
The simplest, easiest and
most effective; remedy
for thi most common
complaint is an Allcock's
Porous Plaster. Millions
have been cured of back
trouble during the pat half
century by this wonderful,
healmir, strjnzthenine and
pain relieving plaster.
REMEMBER All i i PUuttt I nic Kuaran
Ised not to cootain in lianniHU. opium or any
. . . . . . - -i i i . . t
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strengthen and cure.
No. 1137 Thirty-eighth
street, 4 rooms 1,300
No. 1211 Thirty-eighth
street, 12 rooms 4,500
No. 1123 Thirty-seventh
street, 7 rooms 1,300
No. 1332 Forty-second
street. 5 rooms 1,150
No. 4425 Eighteenth ave
nue, 7 rooms 2,000
No. 825 Forty second
street, 6 rooms 1,800
No. 602 Fortieth street, 6
No. 4423 Seventh avenue, 9
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
Lnion Ins. Co Philadelphia. Pa.
Roekford Ins. Co Roekford, 111
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Roekford. Ill
Office, room 3, Buf ord block. Bates
as low sa consistent with reaurity.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Kates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. 4 'The best laundry I ever
struck'' is what those who indulge
in a little slang would say. But
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when vou first bought
it, in color and finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling and
artistic work are among oar up-to-date
Twelfth OtiMt an1 Fifth Artign.
DON'T Be FOOLED!
ucnw.ne ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up in white packige. miau(ac:arrd
rxctuivel by the Madison M4icinr
Co.. Madison. Wis. Sells at 3s cents a
package Al! others an rank imitation-,
and substitute, Jun't rUfc our health 1 1
takinir then . TtlEOrrNL'tNE maVes alck
people Well. Keens you Well. All Honest
iseeicra sen tne ucnalm.
HOLLISTER D4MJO CO. Madison. Wli.
William Cook, who resides on Case
treet. was arrested am the charge of
vv4fe beating. He had given his wife
a thrashing .-ueh as he deserves him-
c!f. and the police hal to be called in.
There wa no appearance on the part
if the wife to prosecute and Cook had
to be let CO.
Yesterday noon Deputy Sheriff Van
Bpwe hastened to the Davenport
waterworks, where he expected to
catch the incoming llaqnoketa train
on which he beUnied there was a fugi
tive from justice. The sheriff of Jack
son county had notified Sheriff McAr
thur that a negro had rifled a hotel
at lisquoketa, and he believed the col
ored man was on his way to Daven
port aboard the passenger. Sheriff
MeArthur was asked to place him un
der arrest. The task was delegated
to Deputy Van Rose, who went to the
juncture of the main line and the
Clinton branch near the waterworks,
expecting to board the train there, as
it generally slows up at that spot.
However, be miscalculated the place
of stoppage and was forced to run for
the train. He sprinted along the
track, but failed to catch it. In run
ning, his Smith A- Wesson blue-steeled.
.'h calibre revolver was lost from his
pocket. and a search failed to locate it.
'"Farmer" Burns, of Big Rock, was i
Davenport visitor yesterday and post
ed iS-V) for Frank Gotcfa to bind a
match with Dan .MeMahon. the Cana
dian champion who recently issued a
challenge to either Gotch or Burn
and posted a $.") forfeit in this city.
While here .Mr. Burns engaged the
Tinner hall for SaturdTtv night, June
H, at which time and place the match
will be pulled off. The match will in
for $900 a side, best two out of three
falls, and William biemsen, the pop
ular Turner, will in all probability be
selected for the referee. "Farmer'
Hums is officiating a- Mr. Ootch'f
manager in the present proposed
wrestling match and states that be
will post the remaining $4."0 as soon
as MeMahon puts up the remainder
of his cash.
The Pennsylvania Pump company
which is steadily advancing in reeog
nition as one of the big institution?
of thi city, has just closed arrange
ments with the Davenport Foundry
Machine company to make its pumps
here, oendimr the erection of its own
factory. It will continue the opera
dun of its factory at Lancaster, ra.
but needs to increase its output, ani
will in- in shape from now on to turn
out 1.O0O pumps a dav.
News has reached this city convey
ine the intclhsrence of the death at
Portland, Ore., of Richard F. Johann
sen, a former Davenporter who prioi
to I9Q2 had a blacksmith shop at (80S
Division .-treet in Northwest Daven
At her home in Chicago yesterday
occurred the death of Mrs. Georgi
Motie. nee Marv Keating, well known
in this city, but who for the past doz
en years has been a resident of ( hi
Cairo. Word of the death was receiv
ed by Mrs. Francis Hunt, the lattei
being an aunt of the deceased.
Mrs. Rebecca A. Porter died yester
day, she was born in Donegal, Ire
land. April 6, 1820. She was united in
ma rrinirc to .lame- Porter Alter, 28
1M. Inev resided for many years on
a farm two miles east of the Summit
church, of which they were both mem
Iters. Alter coming to Davenport
they united with the Second Presbytc
rian of this city.
The Log Cabin, a saloon located on
West Second street, between Ripley
and Scott street-., was victimized by
two bums Wednesday. During the ab
sence of the bartender Herman Yit-
ker and Joe O'.Ncil succeeded in s
curing some honor and cigars and
some pennies of the realm, making
off wit!, them. Henry Certz. the pro
prietor. followed the two men and
succeeded in fastening the crime upon
William ('. MeArthur. clerk of tin
district court at Dea Moines, is in tin
city on business, his mission being to
find suitable quarters for the estab
lishment of the federal court in Dav
enport which was recently established
by an act of congress. Mr. McArthui
expects to be advised in a few days as
to when the local court shall be open
ed and the time for holding sessions.
His mission here, therefore, is to se
lect suitable quarters and to appoint
a deputy clerk.
The old corner on Second and Iowa
-treets ha- been sold bv T. E. Kellev.
whose father operated it before him
ami which w;i- the beginning of the
Kelley wh lesale house, to the Daven
port Malting company for $."..00O. Mr.
Kelley will retain the grocery stock
and conduct a grocery business else
where. The building is 44x0 feet and
it is the intention of the Davenport
Malting company to reconstruct it
and establish a saloon upon the cor
At 3:30 o'clock ye.-terdav afternoon.
in the presence of a company of
friends of the contracting parties.
Rev. Favette L. Thompson. D. D. ixr-
ForaBed the marriage ceremony for
Dr. Thomas C. Robert-, of Chicago.
and Dr. .boephine M. Kiester. of Xh-
ty. The wedding took place in the
parlors of St. John's Methodist
church, ami was followed bv a wed-
ling '.inner served by Mi.-s Cleaves to
1 large company of the friends of the
ouple. Dr. Roberts is a professor in
he Bering medical college and hos
pital at Chicago and has an extensive
private practice there, while his wife
relinquishes a lucrative and successful
professional career here in Davenport
to preside in the future over a home
happy event of last evening, at
the bride's home, was the marriage
f Miss Alma Banssen and Emil Palm.
tiiditor of the Iowa Telephone com-
pany an event that win lake a lair
laughter of Davenport to Dea Moines
to reside, the groom having recently
removed there in connection with the
transfer there of the general offices
f the telephone company.
Recently Gene Cyphers, of the Boies
undertaking room-, resurrected an old
wooden Indian which had seen service
as a cigar sign and treated it to a
fresh cOal of paint. He then laid it
out in one of the back rooms of the
undertaking parlors and covered it
with a white piece of linen as is cus
tomary to do with corpses. 1 lie worn
wa- then sent over the city that there
was a dead Indian at Boies". The re
port flew like wild-fire over the city
nd hundreds of curious-minded peo
ple called at the undertaking shop to
view the BUnoosed corpse of one of
rail JI ? A . l
our ancestors. 1 nev were uiiecieu
to the rear room and there had their
Mr. and Mrs. .Inergen (
of 415 Marquette street,
their golden wedding
Wednesday evening. Tin
couple were married Jum
tin- Isle of Pehmern. in
1. ls.4. on
sea, and came to Davenport shortly
afterwards, where thev have since
made their home.
The election of officers of the Iowa
Crained Nurses' association, whicl
ended its annual meeting here with a
dinner at (luting park last evening.
resulted as follows: President, Mi
Estella Campbell, of Des Moine
first vice president, M!s Clara Craine.
of Davenport: second vice president
Mrs. C. M. Metcatf, of Cedar Rapids;
secretary. Mis- .Maxwell, ol Daven
port: treasurer. Miss .lane Garrard
of Davenport: auditor. Mis- Marv K
.lames, of Davenport. It was decided
to hold the next convention in Cedar
Rapids Mac :tl and June 1 of next
Ruby Davis. 20 years of age. jumper
into the river near the government
bridge yesterday and sought to end
her woes in the Mississippi. She hai
been in an Fast Side resort for sonu
time and could not bear the life any
longer. The girl jumped into thre
feet of water and was rescued. Shi
was taken to the Hoover place on
Front. n'ar Rock Islam! street.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
$; to St. Louis and return via Bock
Island, June 13 and 27.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office Main street, Peoria, HI. G
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so, take the South
west Limited on the C, M. fe St. P. at
10-p. m., or the early morning train
at 5:r0. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Stop and Think
If yyai rant to go to Chicago you
can take . ie of the C, M. k St. v
fine train.-atd make an easy and raj
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.; at
4:58 p. m., arriving at Chicago at 9:55
p. m., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at 7:55 a .m.
Loan Aaaoclatlon Notice.
The Bock Island Mutual Building.
Loan & Savings association, the oldest
savings institution in this section of
the state, is now issuing its 88th series
of stock. Begular monthly investments
will earn, if left to maturity, 8 per
cent, and if withdrawn before ma
turity a larger per cent than can be
obtained in any other channel for
savings. All funds are loaned for the
building of Bock Island houses, thus
giving employment to our own citi
zens and thereby stimulating home
trade in every channel. Mechanics in
the building trades, merchants, and all
citizens interested in the progress of
our city will reap a double advantage
through investments in this stock.
E. H. GUYER, Secretary.
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
HOW TO GAIN FLESH
The life of food is the fat
within it the more fat the
more real benefit from the
food; that is why cod liver
oil is a powerful builder of
Scott's Emulsion of pure
cod liver oil solves the
problem of how to take cod
liver oil. That is one reason
why doctors have been pre
scribing Scott's Emulsion for
all wasting diseases, coughs,
colds and ronchitis for
almost thirty years.
We'll ml ym a samplr free apon request.
SCOTT & BOWSE, 4o Pearl Street, New York.
Wednesday evening at 77s Fast Wal-I
nut street. Pasadena, CaL, Miss Mabel
Lowrv. formerly of this citv. was
made the wife of Chester Scav. of that
" mr - I
city. She is the danjrhter of Mrs
rannv Lowrv. w ho has made her In
here for inanv years, and tin
Of W. B. Moore. The bride attended
the public school- in this citv and is
very well known.
Rev. C. A. Hembonr is in Lindsbons.
Ivans., where as president of tin- Illi
nois conference he is attending the
sessions of Augustana Synod.
Jasper, 17os Fourth avt
was married to Jonas
if Breda, la., by Father
rectorv of St. Marv's
church, at 8 o'clock Wednesday even-
in:. The atttudants were Mr. and
Mr-. August Paulsen. Mrs. Rerke-
meier is well known in Moline. having
ived here for a dumber of years. Mr.
Berkemeier is a well to do business
man of Breda.
A circle of ladies met at the Y. M. C.
A. building Wednesday afternoon t.
complete the arrangements for the
organization of a Woman's auxiliary
to the Y. M. C. A.. The purpose of
this organization is to assist the mem
bers of the association in the work
and give the proper touch to the
rooms when necessary and to assist
in the social functions, of which there
will be a great many in the coming
year. A committee consisting of
Hesdames W. H. Chase, J. C. Lloyd
and Alexander Montgomery was chos
en to suggest officers and find an ap
propriate name for the organization
Another meeting will be held Mondav
afternoon at : o'clock, when the or
ganization will be effected.
Springfield and Cedar Uapids art
being considered by the committee of
the Retail Merchants' association
which is planning the annual outing
to be held in August. Springfield i
most favored and the probabilities
are that he stale capital will be tin
destination of the throng which will
probably go from here. The commit
tee has assurance that the trip can
lie made in four ami a half or liv
hours, and it is calculated that from
11 a. in. to 6 p. in. can be spent in
Springfield. The Rock aland road
will see that a comfortable train is
provided. The last excursion wra
with Madison, Wis., as the objective
point. The sentiment is generally for
an excursion in preference to some
other form of outing.
Carpenters and painters who haft
been putting the finishing touches on
ihe new boat of H. A. Barnard havt
about completed their work, and if tin
a-oline cnirmc runs sat islact rv. it is
only a question of a few days befon
the trial spin will be made.
J, .T. Rolinder, n carpenter, while at
work on ihe bluff Wednesday cut ,
vein in the right foot with a hand ax
He walked to Dr. West's office and wa
so weak from the loss of blood that
be could hardly stand. He wa
taken to his home. 1209 Fourth av
nue in the ambulance.
An addition to the Manufacturer!
hotel will be erected during the sum
mer by the hotel association. The ad
dition is necessary owing to the bus
aess that has been drawn to the bos
telry since its opening only a year
ago this mon h. The addition will b
made either over the kitchen or to tin
southeast end of the building, it will
not upset the present building and can
be made without much trouble. Plan
have not yet been drawn. The fat-
that Moline has six state conventions
in prospect for next year and the ex
perience of conventions warrant tin
belief that the investment is one
worthy of the expense.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Ban Claire. Wis., June 3. State Sen
ator Frank Mcl'onough, w ho had lepn
ill for soins time, is dead at bis home
Moody Bible Institute students, of
Chicago, will use a "gospel wagon" in
their evangelistic work this summer.
AllKrt (Sreenwood, of Palestine.
Tx., assistant attorney general of
the Lone Star State, is In-ing closely
guarded at Ottumwa. Ia., to prevent
his doing himself bodily Injury be
cause the girl he was to marry jilted
Arthur Thompson, a Georgia negro
who shot and killed M. L. Dudley, a
young white man, at Arlington, Gn.,
was lynched w ithin a few hours.
It has Iiccn discovered that rive ivory
statutes ranled at $900 have lwcn
stolen from the Art palace at the
A treaty of arbitration has been
signed between Spain and Portugal.
The arbitration conference Is in ses
sion at Mohawk Lake. N. Y.
Secretary Taft baa returned to
Washington from Topeka. Kan.
An explosion at the plant of the F.
F. Goodrich company at Akron, o..
Injured half a dozen people, none seri
ously. Keporbs to the central synod of th
Reformed church. In session at Grand
Rapids, Mich., show that the plan
for the revision of the liturgy has
The old training ship Essex hns been
turned over to the Ohio Naval re
selves by the I'nited States.
Webster Bachelor, a Chicago capital
ist, died at San Francisco following
an operation for appendicitis. He was
over 70 years old.
A terrific wind storm struck Okla
homa City, O. T.. doing great damage
to trees and out-buii4iU
ROOTED IN THE
After the age of 45 or 50. when
naturallv weaker, it is noticed that
heals slowly, and often a very insignificant scratch or
bruise becomes a bad ulcer or sore. At this time of life
wartv cTowths. moles and pimples
body almost from birth begin to inflame and fester, and
before verj' long are large eating, sloughing ulcers.
Whenever a sore or ulcer is
slow in healing then you may
be sure something is radical
ly wrong with your blood.
Some old taint or poison that
has been slumbering there for
years is beginning to assert
itself, and breaks out and be
comes a bad ulcer and per
haps the beginning of Cancer
erful and no germ so deadly that this
m. - . a
reach it. and ulcers of every ktna
properties. Medical advice or any
bv our ohvsician without charge.
ItlC O FTir
I Watch JShU
Cotton, High Grade,
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148 New 6148 112 West oeventeenth St.
Travelers who know
Three trains a
day to California
Santa Fe service will surely please you
Rates Low Better Go.
Ercade Cigar Store
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of ''rench briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
Wholesale Dealers in PUBE WINES AND LIQUOBS
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Manufacturers of WINTEB S CELL'BOATED BITTEBS.
.trt Tblrd Avense, Bock Islaod. lit
the vital powers are
a hurt 01 any kind.
that have been on the
Dear Sirs: I have not words atronfr nout to
fraise your great medicine. I had a sore on my
eft temple for aeveral years. It would itch and
barn and bleed, would acab over, bat would
never heal. The doctors pronounced it Cancer.
After taking- S. B. S. awhile the sore beg-an to dis
charge, and whan all the poisonous matter had
passed out it healed. I took in all about thirty
bottles, taking-it for some time after it had en
tirely healed. Thiiwai about ten years ago, and
I have seen no sign of it aince.
Oant, Audfain County, Mo. JOSEPHtJS BE ID.
These old sores are rooted in the blood, and
soaps, salves, etc., keep the surface
clean, they are not healing. A blood medicine to
purify and strengthen the polluted blood, -and a tonic
to build up the general system is what is needed, and
S. S. S. is just such a remedy. No poison is so pow
great vegetable blood remedy cannot
m SA?a. S S "
quickly yieia to us wonacnui curaiive
information yoYiniay desire will be given
will ko no other wny
A. T. & S. F. B'.v.
The short line
Meals by Harvey
Fine new Pullmans.
JOHN P. SEXTON,
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
fs Perfect Pipe