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THE ARGUS, TVESDAV, JtfB 7, 1904.
m fS EST. "1847.
A universal rcmedv for pains in the back (so frequent in the case of
vomeity. They give instantaneous relief.
Wherever there is
a pain a Plaster
should be applied.
are superior to all
For pais In the rcion "I Ue
Klai, or (of n .
Bark, the l:tt-r ahnold tie
aplili-l aa MWI ativr
vv DoreTCT iw lb pain av J
With a small payment down, 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
Nns. 1000 ami 1002 Third
avenue, Hat, 2 stores
and small liou.se 0,000
No. 230 Thirteenth street,
9 rooms . ." 3,000
No. 2935 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 Moline and most desirable residence lots
in Rock Island and Moline.
E. H. GUYER, Mitchell & Lynde Bid.. Rock Island
Telephone Old west 1389, new 6055.
Office 1607i Second Av,
and removal of nerves dine by us. and
the best and most'careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin
clastic plate "witli natural
gnms that fit in all cases
and when others fail. We
use no cheap material in
ourollice forourwoik is all
Kuaraiiteecl to he equal t
the highest priced dentists
and to be first class in every
respect. Notice our prices
below, they are always the
Cement fillings .25
(iold Platinum filling .50
(Silver filling 50
Gold fillings, $1 and up 1.00
(lold Cn us 22k, $4 to 4.00
Thin elastic plates ln.oo
Best red Rubber plates 9.00
Office lH07i Second Avenue.
Over Spidel's lrug Store.
Dr. S. C. Marshall.
It's a Pleasure
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars jam have et to
larn wh?t really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipes and smoker's articles,
fire as a call.
M. Arndt & Co.,
Bengston Block. 1706 Second At.
For Khenmatlam r I'nlnn
In SH4ulUrKIIaOTN or )m--
mean. etc ana tur Irtlaa, I
Ki el . Pi. titer eli-.nl. I -ill t lAI
and elm r-iU.re"t una aiMlioil
Ui part alte tea aa iliinin IMM j
No. 1137 Thirty-eighth
street, 4 rooms 1,300
No. 1211 Thirty-eighth
street, 12 rooms 4,500
Xo. 1123 Thirty-seventh
street. 7 rooms 1,300
No. 13:;2 Forty-second
street, 5 rooms 1,150
No. 4425 Eighteenth ave
nue, 7 rooms 2,000
No. b5 Forty-second
street, 0 rooms 1,800
No. 602 Fortieth street, 6
No. 4425 Seventh avenue, 9
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Tns. Co.
Traders' Ins. Co. .
Union Ins. Co
Rockford Ins. Co.
. . . .Newark, N. J
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn
Irs. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Kates
M low aa consistent with reauri'--.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Kates as low aa
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundrv. "The host lanndry I ever
struck" is what those who indulge'
in a little slang would 6ay. But j
entre nous if you want your linen '
as faultless as when you first bought
it, in color aud finish, we will guar-
lantee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling and
artistic work are among our up-to-date
Twelfth 8trot and Fifth Arena.
Don't Be Fooledi
Genuine COCKY MOt NTAfN TEA
' Is pot up in white packages, manufactured
exclusively by Uie .Vadtsom Medicine
Co.. Madisom. H is. iell at S3 cents a
pacxaye. AH others are rank imitations
and substitutes, don't risk vour h?alh km
takiag them. THEGENClSfc manes sick
peocte Wen. Keeps you Well. All Honest
Dealers - ett the Genuine.
MOLUSTER PRIO CO. Madison, Wj8
C unty Clerk W. (J. Noth has receiv
ed a letter from the imperial Herman
consul of Chicago, stating that the
German Mvernnient would do nothing
towards taking Salli Siem?en. the de
mented German actor, back to Ger
many. Siemaoi is still a patient at
Mer y h spital and the pnbhfti of his
care will devolve upon Scott comity to
s. M. Reynolds, the Brad street
hardware merchant, has Ih ought still
another suit to recover $80,000 daui
agea because of an automobile acci
dent in Which he was .severely injured
nearly two years ago. Mr. Reynolds
was thrown from his rig near the sol
diers' monument on Main street by
reaai n of his horse taking fright at a
passing antonu Idle, of which Emil J.
Back was the chaff car. He sustained
severe injuries. The accident occur
red on the day of the K!ks' carnival
parade in 1908, ami Mr. Reynolds
brought suit against John . Buck A
Co. for 120,000. Attorney Cook moved
to take the ease from the jury after
all the plaintiff's evidence was in be
cause it had not been shown that Emil
.1. lSuek had been acting in any wax
as the agent or representative f his
father in the business, and Judge Bol
linger sustained the motion. Now
Lane V Waterman hae caused a no
tice of suit in the amount of 080,000 to
be served personaUy upon Emil J,
Buck, the son of John W. Bock, and
the young man who was acting as ihe
chaffeur of the decorated automobile
on that occasion.
The state board of control has
taken action which dashed the hopes
of Davenport people that the appoint
ment to the superintendence of the
Soldiers1 Orphan-" home might come
to either C. E. Birchard or Principal
II. E. Downer, of the Davenport
Schools. Both men had been strongly
urged for the pi sit ion by their Daven
port friends, and either would have
made an excellent superintendent.
The board Of c ntloL however, has
decided that P. J. Sessions, at present
secretary of the Cedar Rapids com
mercial exchange, is the man for the
place, and he has been appointed.
William II. Walker, president of the
Pennsylvania Pneumatic Pomp com
pany, has purchased a magnificent
building site on the crest of the bluff
on the river front of Camp McClellan.
Mr. Walker's plans include the erec
tion there of a palatial residence, to
cost from .si:,. 000 to $20,000. Building
operations will commence with the
least possible delay, and Mr. Walker
will sooti have on." of the most mag
nificent hoiiics in the west, for the
natural advantages of its site will be
nowhere - urpassed.
Sunday at hi home. 915 Pi rry
street, of typhoid fever, occurred the
death of Earl I!. Brenan, a native of
Litchfield, 111., and for five years a
resident of this city, aged n years.
Deceased is survived by his father, Kd
J. Brenan, and mother and one sister,
Mvrtle, and was their main stav and
support. RTe had been clerk in tin
Rock Island freight office for the pas1
ivvn yean and was a member of th
Order of Railway clerk-, tic was a
young man of sterling worth and was
well beloved b.v all of his associates.
The .V ear-old son of Henry Lan
tan, foreman at the Bettendorf Metal
Wheel company and residing at o
West Fifteenth street, had a narrow
escape from meeting with a fatal acci
dent Sunday by being run down by a
spirited team of horses while playing
in the street in front of his home with
a number of his youthful companions.
At the time a spirited team of horses
attached to a farmer's wagon came
dashing by and before the lad observ
ed their approach and had time to
get out of their way he was run down
and thrown to the pavement. The
great wonder is that be was not kill
ed outright. He was struck in the
bead by one of the horse's hoof-,
which left a deep gash, and he was
otherwise eat and bruised, but for
tunately suffered no broken bones am!
was not internally injured.
Driven to Ienratlon.
Living nt an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to desperation in ease of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcer-, etc Lay in a supply of
llucklen's Arnica Salve. It"- the best
on earth. :."c. at Harts A I Hcmeyer's
Do you want the little one- happy,
strong, robust and healthy? One pack
age of HolHster'a Rocky Mountain Tea
will make them strong and well. No
pay if it fails. cents, tea or tablets.
T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy.
k Sealed Document
Is proof in itself In I
any court of law. I
is that firm's guarantee to the con
sumer that the contents are sound
in the bean, fine in Savor and dnst
and smell proof.
Ask For and Drink
Ihe BELL Coff es.
kwm TaBaBLVtaWV aVi
AT THE HOTELS
At the Harms, (European) C. B.
Baker, Rock Island; A. S. Stella. C.
E. Mulforu. D. C. llershey, Chicago;
M. J. Gordon, Boston; Sam J. Rosen
heim. Toledo; S. J. Robr. New York;
C. Law-oii. Davenport: J. E. Williams.
E. Prince, L. K. Williams and wife,
S. A. Walters. A. M. .Tones. Peoria;
L, L. Cope bind, Cedar Rapids; J. M.
Wright, Chicago; George A. Milh-.
Cellar Falls; Frank Cuvanaiigh. St.
Louis; 0. A. Miller. St. Paul: K. C.
Jones, Dubuque; F. MeFntire. Erie:
John A. Schmitt, D. C. Slurry, A. M.
Drown. C. E. Severs. B. J. Babhett.
(i. C. Laughlan, S. B. Lord, Chicago;
J. McLory. New York; A. J. Wilcox.
St. Paul: 1). E. Drake. Jacksonville;
S. P.. Russell. Elkhart: A. M. Odin.
Nt w York: C. M. Paul, Decatur: A. B.
Jones, Ft. Madison; T. J. Thomas, 15e
loit: .lames B, Henry. South Haven;
J. O. Hansen, Cleveland; C. F. Claw-en.
Detroit: John Wilson, St. Paul: W. F.
Stevenson. New York; W. (i. Stanley
Bock Fall-; L. J. Morle.v. Muscatine;
M. J. Morgan, Pltsburg; B. U Win
ters, .lame- J. Murray, Ben Newbouse,
Chcago; H. Corns toek. New York; B,
B. Black, Decatur: George A. Rich
ards, St. Paul: S. J. Fargo, Kansas
City; D. E. Betts, ( lev eland; Morris
Purding, Rockford; E. A. Huling,
At the Rock Island. (European)
M. O. Waggoner, Galesburg; J. B.
Weeks. Chicago; O. W. Wilton. Cam
bridge; J. T. Kirk. Chicago; Conners,
Donovan. Cassiboine, Neuman. Mc
Greevy, F. Smith. D. Smith. Herbert.
McCafferty, Darker. Godwin, Kruger,
Bishop, Bloomington; A. Allwood, Dix
on. F. D. Root, F. L. Murray. Chicago;
Dr. R. C. Quick, Denver; D. C. Aver
and wife, H. W. Reynolds, ;. S. Yal
lette. H. Collett, W. D. Dodge ridge,
W. I!. Corey, R. B. Drown. John B.
Johnson, A. Din-more. Chicago; Wil
liam Mee, MineapoUs; W. D. Slater.
Kalamazoo; Misses Irene and Veta
Tomlinson, ( able: J. J. Schmitt. Dan
ville; ;. Koppenburger, Middleton;
W. J. S. Jnry, St. Johns; John Mur
ins and wife. Sherrard : D. K. Brook,
PainsvUle; Henrj Stelck, Dock Island:
John B. Smith. New York: M. 3
Drown. Lexingti n: W. R. Christie and
wife. Minneapolis; C. K. Leonard. Mil
waukee: F. A. Johnson, ( amp: T. E.
Van Sant, Kansas City; II. (!. Kelly.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
$0 to St. Louis and return via Rock
Island, June IS and 27.
Cheap rates to St. Louis. Mo., on ac
count of the exposition via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Dest
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office 321) Main street, Peoria, 111. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M.,
Are yon going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10 p. m.. or the early morning train
at You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Stop and Think
If yo: rant to go to Chicago yon
can tuk . le of the C, M. & St. v
fine train, ai'd 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:."5 a. m.; at
4:5S p. m., arriving at Chicago at 9:55
p. m., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at 7:55 a .m.
Goinr to the Worlcl'H Fnlr?
Your best route j. over the Chicago
A Alton railway. All lines of raflwaj
Will -ell you ticket- over this line
whether you decide to go via Peoria
or via Chicago. The rates are as low
as h any line, and your home ticket
gent will be pleased to -ell you a
ticket over the Chicago A- Alton Short
Lilie if you a-k for it. Direct connec
tions with a'l railroad- at Peoria and
( hicago. Superb dav coaches and
Pullman parlor cars. Pullman sleeping
c;irs and both cafe and dining ears.
A-k voor home ticket agent for a
ticket via the Chicago iV Alton Short
For Hnmlrad Yean.
For a hundred years or more Witch
Haze has been recognized as a superi
or remedy, but it remained for F. ( '.
DeWitt S- Co. of Chicago, to discover
how to combine the virtue.- of Witch
Haze with other antiseptics, in the
form of ,i salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salvo is the best salve in the world
for sores, cut-, burns, bruises, and
pile-. The high standing of this salve
ha- given ri-e to counterfeits, and the
public is advi-cd to look for the name
"DeWitt" on the package, and accept
no other. Sold by all druggists.
Foley A Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the gTeat
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitations are offer
ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub
stitute offered, as no other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
An Alarm k for - Centa.
Tf you want to jr,-t up early and feel
f.' 1 all day take a Little Karly Riser
or two at bed time. These famous lit
tle pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refre-hing sleep, with a gen
tle movement of the bowels about
breakfast time. Y. EL Howell. Hous
ton. Tex., say-: "Karly Risers are the
lest pills made for constipntb n. sick
headache, biliousness, etc." Sold by all
Athletic teams representing the Dav
enport, Northwest Davenport, Eldndgt
and Moline turner societies met in com
petition in Concordia park Sunday
afternoon. Some fortv youths of Is
years or mure took part in the tiu-
eents, striving for the four gold med
als hung up for the best all-n umi
turner in each society. The park was
crowded throughout the day with
those interested in the games and in
tlie evening bj pleasure-seekers.
t amp grounds have been secured by
the committee, Don Leach, Walter
Kent, (iwcn Dwcns. George Gould ami
Frank Voting of the K. of P The
members win go about a quarter of a
mile above Wafertowtt. Each one go
inj into camp is required to wear ids
Arabian costume. 1'he rules of this
organization are such that for certain
acts committed the victim is Lined,
and it is with this that the expense
of the camp will be paid.
-Mrs. Hudson, living at Fourth
avenue, was greatly worried over the
whereabouts of her lA-ycar-old son
Sunday. He suddenly disappeared
from Home and search was instituted
but he could not be found. The police
were notified and the boy was found
in Davenport, where he told the of
ftcen that he was goinjj to St. Louis.
He was seut home.
Peter Peterson has been awarded
the contract to erect the new Grant
school building by the board of edu
cation. The contract price was $ls-,-50.
The construction work has al
ready been taken up. and the contract
specifies that the building must lie
ready for use Oct. 1. The contract
figure is exclusive of the heating, wir
ing, plumbing ami furnishing. Oak
will be used.
The 43rd annual picnic of the local
Molders' union will be celebrated in
this city this year at Concordia park.
Tuesday, .luly .". The exercises will
comprise a parade in the forenoon,
music, speaking and dancing in the
afternoon and dancing in the evening.
The molders will form at 10 o'clock
and march in a bodj through the busi
ness streets and thence to the park.
Only the molders. the speakers in car
riages and the band will march. Upon
arriving at Concordia park about H
o'clock, preparation for dinner -will be
made and the exercises will be resum
ed at o'clock. Attorney C. .1. Kcarle.
of Dock Island and Mayor Crolius, of
Joliel will deliver the speeches, and
the Light Guard band will ijive a con
cert. Dancing will be enjoyed through
out the afternoon ami evening.
Beech Maxie was bound over to the
circuit court in the sum of $300 yes
teruax afternoon on an assault with
a deadlj weapon charge. Henry ( raw
ford made the complaint, alleging thai
Maxie attacked him with a hatnmei
just after the noon hour at the Moline
Pump company's, where both men are
employed. Maxie took offense at re
marks passed by Crawford ami does
not deny the attack, though he claims
to have used his fists only. Both are
IM Hutchinson, the Second avenue
colored barber, was assessed -"fio and
costs in police court for carrying con
cealed weapons. Kd was under the
influence of tanglefoot and when Mli
cer Larson arrested him on a disor
derly charge, the colored man at
tempted to draw a iron. The officer
Succeeded in disarming him and lodg
ed him in the station, where he -pent
the niirht thinkinir oxer the error of
Henry l.ehrns oieil Humlay evening
at his home. 1S71 Fourteenth avenue.
The remains will be shipped to
Bunker Hill. 111., for burial.
Mrs. Hulda Peters. 71 year- old. died
Saturdav afternoon nt t:;:'i Seven
teenth avenue, after an illness of 13
Wrtt of All F .xprlence.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will be vour last'.'
Such was the experience of Mrs. s. HJ
Newson. Decatur, Ala. "For years."
she writes. "I endured ins u ITera Ide
pain from indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies failed.
At length I vvas induced to try Electric
Bitters and the result vvas miraculous.
I improved at once ami now I'm com
pletely recovered." For liver, kidney,
stomach ami bowel troubles Electric
Bitten is the only medicine. Only 50c
It's guaranteed bjaHartz a- TUemeyer,
Chronic Rheumatism Cnred
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Hid., says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely af
flicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's Mystic Cure for Rheu-
I r. . . t , i 1 :1 !n f ci Tl. A , p r-,,1rl , , 1 !
U l Ul, i . ' . . . . A 1 ' VI . II U T - ' . V. . ... i a.
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mystic
Cure to all who are afflicted with
rheumatisni."' Sold by Otto (irotjan.
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gust Schlege it Son, "20 West Second
Ten Veara In Iterl.
R. A. Gray, J. I'.. OakvHle, Ind..
writes. "For Iff years I was confined to
my bed with disease of my kidneys.
It was so severe that I could not move
part of the time. I consulted the very
lest medical skill available, but could
get no relief until Foley's Kidney
Cure was recommended to aSC. D lias
hef-n a Godsend to ro." All druggist.-.
The Best Train
For Busy Men
To Chicago is the Sr. Paul's No. 4.
Leave Rock Island at 4:58 p. in. v ia tlie
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul R.y.
Supper served in cafe car. Arrive Union
PasM-ncrer station, in the heart of Olti
cagot 95 p. in. This gives yen tlie en
tire day in which to transact you r
business, returning; on. THR SOUTH
WEST LIMITED, leaving Chi.-ajo at
0:0o i. in.
S. B. STODDARD
The Road For You
Is the one most travelers use
II. D. MACK,
Gen ! Agent A. T. A. S. V. R'y.
Scenery aad service
will please J I u.
Chair cars are
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
Take tlie California limited via Santa Fe for
Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
atonic. The alcohol--only per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air--and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
l your doctor what he thinks about drinking
I Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
cleans out the refuse, heals the irritated secretive linings of the stomach, stim
ulates an activity of the digestive fluids and tones up the entire tract. Blood is
pure when digestion is complete. Dr. Tiber's Pepsin Compound produces
perfect, healthy digestion.
TABLETS, lOc, 25c, SOc. at drurj stores. Liquid Form, 50c. and $1.
; trov- its
DR. TABER MFG.
H. E. C A .STEEL,
deritral Trust Savings IBarjk
ROCK ISLAND, HjXa
INCOBrOKATED UN'DEB STATE LAW.
Capital Stork SJIOO.OOO. Voar Par Cent Intermit J'aJcl on Itepoalts.
C. J. Larkin.
J. J. La Velle.
Mi E. Castoul,
L. D. Mudge,
If. H. ( h-awland,
llarjr E. Robinson,
1'. I. Swci-Dpy.
II. V. Troinann,
TRUST DKI'ARTM ENT.
Estates and propertr of all kinds are manap:d by this depart
oent, whi h is kept entirely separate from the hrmkinp business of
the eompany. We net as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
igent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
The Pullmans are
likes Harvey's dining CU
iiL Beer is Good forYou
malt is a food; the hops
Phone 101 1 and 5H0,
Curse Si Ohlweil. r ( lo.
CS 131 Eleventh Si .
Keck Island, ill.
You can eat anything, digest it and
enjoy it if you give your stomach a
thorough course of treatment with
Dr. Taber s PnrsiM Compound.
Perhaps your stomach is over
worked and accumulates undigest
ed matter which ferment and up
sets the entire system, causing
belching and bloating, bad brrath,
a languid, weary feeling, sleep
mrriu, vri- will ti1 a umpk
GO., Peoria, His.
H. B. SIMMON,
H. D. Mark.
M. S. M. agy,
H. ii. Simnion.