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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1905. -
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with wroopioff-MKh. I C bottle or ijr.
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ta ail. when her euu-I eompletely ao&e.
about It. I will la the f u.'-arw rfommcnl It to all wh am I know snfTeriAS With a ooush
or a&r la&a or bronchial trouble. Jo home ahould be without It,"
De warned of the Substitute.
Do hot lr-t tb dnunttoe w)l yvn a ubwtltate,tar or white pine mixture, which be aar
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i can always be found at the
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Harper House block.
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I Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain
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Uterine or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
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any other chronic disease. .
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained In the tri
ckles over two years. You also know he has been located In Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
la because he cures his patients.
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Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
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your Health, Strength and Vigor.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
etc. Dr. Walsh's Treatment Is
You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
8 p. m Sunday, to 1:30 p. m.
West Third street, Davenport,
as to persons are so much a
matter of good bathing equip
ment that I wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
cases it Is to your highest inter
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IT THE YEAR 'ROUND
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J. S. Gilmore, of Rock Island, the
new lessee of the Tri-City Packing
company's plant, commenced opera
tions there yesterday with the killing of
50 hogs. This is stated to be about
the regular daily kill that will be con
tinued from now through the season.
With the new lease a new period of
activity has opened up for the big
plant in the west end of the city, and
it promises to become one of the
prominent features of Davenport's
Mrs. Bawden Sues For Divorce.
Mrs. Ida Bawden. through her at
torney. J. Clark Hall, yesterday after
noon filed a suit for divorce from her
husband. Dr. Henry L. Bawden, the
well known city physician. In her ap
plication. Mrs. Bawden states that
since their marriage, her husband has
become a habitual drunkard. That he
began the use of intoxicating liquor
to excess during the month of April,
1&04, and that from that time to Dec.
SO, he was in a drunken condition
many times during each month. Mrs.
Bawden further alleges that the doc
tor has been guilty of such cruel and
inhuman treatment as to endanger her
life. That during the month of July,
1904, he assaulted, struck her repeat
edly and choked her with such vio
lence as to leave marks upon her
throat. That since this time he has
on other occasions struck and mal
treated her. and has threatened to
kill her. The wife also alleges that
in the presence of friends and rela
tives, her husband has falsely accused
her of infidelity, used profane and ob
scene language to her and called her
foul and shameful names.
Becomes Violent Again.
August Suhl has become violent
again. Some time ago he barricaded
himself in his home out near the Mile
track and, armed to the teeth, would
not allow any one .to approach the
fortress. By strategy he was cap
tured while asleep and taken to jail.
The board of Insanity commissioners
decided to send him to Mt. Pleasant
as a public patient. He was taken
there but escaped and came to this
city and to his home. He seemed to
be cured of his violent temperment,
and was therefore suffered to remain
at home as though under a parole.
Word now comes to the sheriff's of
fice that he is again violent, and there
fore he will be taken and returned to
the hospital, without the formality of
Call a Pastor.
The United Presbyterian church has
extended an informal call to Dr. A.
M. Campbell of Wagner Place, St.
Louis, and Dr. Campbell has arrived, in
the city and will lead the "week of
prayer" services that will be held at
the church for the next four evenings.
He will also preach at the church
next Sunday, and hold communion at
the morning service. Dr. Campbell is
a son of Rev. Campbell, who was pas
tor of the Davenport church in the
'70's, his son at that time being a stu
dent for the ministry, going to college
and seminary from here during his
father's pastorate. He has since held
some of the best pulpits in the United
Presbyterian church, has received the
degree of D. D., and some years ago
was at his own request transferred to
the mission field, he finding especial
pleasure in devoting his abilities to the
help of . the struggling churches. He
comes here to look over the field, and
the Davenport people hope that he
will decide to locate here.
The remains taken in charge by
Nissen & Hartwig have been identified
as those of Christ Martens, a man 72
years of age, who died at the poor
farm. Deceased had never married,
and Is survived by only one brother,
Hans Martens, of Black Hawk.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kane are mourn
ing the death of their little son. Wil
liam Henry Kane, who was called
away Monday evening after a brief ill
ness from diphtheria. The little fel
low had Just recently passed his sec
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira St.
Onge has suffered the loss of the little
5-year-old son, Iorne.
At the Harper Charles E. Hilgen,
St. Iuis; C. B. Montgomery and lady,
Ann Arbor; H. T. Bartlett. New York;
W. A. Alexander. Omaha, Neb.; G.
Tegeler and Miss Tegeler, Rock
Island: I S. Palmer, Wellman; Mrs.
B. J. Robbins. Miss B. J. Marshall.
Rock Island: H. H. Mclvers, Chicago;
E E. Home. Rock Island: C. J. Jor-
j dan-and wife. Galesburg; Thomas H.
j Elliott, Mrs. J. Smith. Mrs. C. Franks,
j Chicago; F. H. Emmett, St- Paul; H.
j M. Wier, Cambridge; J. C. McCortney,
;F. B. Marshall. Chicago; B. F. Cable,
Rock Island; M. E. Fawcett. Quincy;
V. Wyetinge. Ceylon; F. M. Holden,
St. Louis: William G. Andrews, Clin
ton; P. F. Davenport. Peoria; Abe
Rosenfield. Chicago; Charles E. Ul
rich. Peoria; W. W. Newhall. Kansas
City; William Grecey. Des Moines;
F. B. Wood. Hutchinson; J. J. Harring
ton. Kansas City; Charles F. Ergle,
Peoria; J. Mantress. Dubuque; E. D.
Parker, Cedar Rapids F. J. Hinkston,
Rock Island; H. D. Sparks, Dixon; M.
Sehaff, Jr Chicago; M. J. O'Brien,
Burlineton: Charles E.. Sturtx. Kewa-
nee; Mrs. M. Melchne. Kansas City;
Gus D. Doefier, Dubuque; E. H. Coe,
H. A. Smith, Albert Johnson, Chicago;
R. L. Porter, Galesburg; Grace Wood
ward. Louisville;. J. A. Schulo, Chica
go; H. S. Whitmore and wife Galva;
Charles M. Martin, Muscatine; M. M.
Cruise, - Kansas City; Hugo Scblenk,
SL Paul; J. A. Whitman. Mudford; Sam
L. Lorell, Potland; J. T. Walker. Kan
sas City; E. H. Brodhay. Chicago; O.
B. Stephenson, New Brunswick;
Mrs. Myrtle Miller. Chicago; R. B.
Talafuro. Ana. 111.; F. B. Stanton, Ke
wanee, 111.; J. E. Fitzpatrick. Chica
go; E. H. Cox. Chicago; M. D. Rosen
field, Moline; W. P. Mathias. Detroit;
F. H. Perry, Chicago; L. S. Palmer,
Willman, S. D.; R. L. Poster. Gales
burg; F. H. Hand, Cambridge, 111.;
Mrs. M. B. Gould. Cambridge, 111.; H.
X. Sherman, New York ; J. A. Froquer,
Chicago; Charles H. Cryster and wife,
city; R. S. Brownlie, Chicago; Charles
E. Stevity. Kewanee; George T. Page,
W. S. Hinton. Peoria; W. B. Hinds,
M. H. Bassett. Mattoon; J. M. Hilton.
Chicago; C. E. Taylor. Omaha; W. W.
Newhall. Kansas City; C. Withrow,
Cousins ville: J. G. Cook. Rock Island;
J. H. Edeyer, New York.
At the Harms, (European) G. H.
Hinman, Rochester; William Mee, Min
neapolis; A. Ellis. New York; Mabel
Snyder, Clara Martini. Charles W.
Birch, Olive Smith, Blanche Huntley.
F. E. Maselen and wife. A. Katz, Joe
Carver. John Myers. R. F. Rafferty,
Carver. John Myers, Bonnelli company;
R, F. Rafferty, Canton; Charles
Strauss. Paul Graham. Chicago; C. E.
Howard. Peoria: George H. Church,
Wyoming; W. Wilmerton, Rock Island;
C. E. Bentley, Aledo; R. P. Wait, Rey
nolds; F. O. Little, Conway Springs;
F. L. Ford, W. E. Peters, Peoria; A.
V. Nipp, Omaha; J. D. Steam. Quincy;
S. C. Glfford. Rock Island; R. B. Baker,
M. M. Myers, A. B. Johnson, Chicago;
A. Cohn. New York; F. A. Wood
bridge, Newark, N. J.; Oscar Crouse,
Orion. 111.; Mrs. Lottie Willett, Aurora,
111.; R. O. Adams, Grand Island, Neb.;
Will M. Wood. Omaha; Harry C. Brown
and wife, H. C. Delmuth and wife, C. L.
Sandry, wife and boy, George A. Han-
ner and wife. Charles W. Goodman.
Miss Marie Quinn, Edward J. Farrell,
Miss Lillie McCall, T. Cambells, Jay
Mansfield with "Arizona" company: F.
O. Wilkinson and wife, Chicago; Miss
Hattie Masterson, Miss Gertrude Mas-
terson, J. B. Williams. Chicago; F.
Gallen, Springfield; Mrs. O. H. Mc-
Dould, Des Moines; J. W. Doyd, Bur
lington; G. H. Reyburn, Peoria; F. M.
Rowley, Chicago; James B. Warren,
Bloomington; Sig Lester, Chicago; R.
E. Ulleman, Springfield; C. W.Bowles,
Kansas City; H. C. O'Conner, Milwau
kee; R. C. Burrows. Iowa City; S.
Storm, Bloomington. 111.; S. M. Walker,
Chicago; H. T. Kelley. Peoria; F. G.
Fletcher, Chicago; William Parsons,
New York; Henry McCauley, Chicago;
W. H. Morse, New York; J. W. Lloyd.
Burlington; F. H. Perry, Chicago; E.
J. Kavanaugh, Chicago; H. W. Barry,
Nevada; P. Aye and wife, Aberdeen,
S. D.; W. Bonelli, Lawrence Hunsaker,
Grade DecReas, Edith- Morthin, with
"American Gentleman" company; Will
K. Sparks, Burlington; H. F. Edwards
and wife, Chicago; A. W. Brown, Dav
enport; Ceorge W. Bull, New York;
Ed Reed. Cambridge, 111.; D. C. Hal
fer, Galesburg; T. Marks. Rock Isl
and; W. W. Passmore and wife, Chi
cago. At the Rock Island (European)
Harry Iewis, Mason City; R. Reeg, St.
Louis; J. B. Roach. Aurora; J. G. Sher
man. Chicago: H. M. McGInnis, La
Salle; B. D. Whiteside, S. P. Denoyer,
W. D. Whicker, Chicago; D. Coon, Mon
mouth; W. C. Harris, M. L. Carr, Belle
ville; F. E. Garnett, Taylor Ridge; T.
W. Powell. Rock Island; George F.
Driscoll, W. K. Parks, Chicago; C. A.
Piper, Aledo; W. C. Kingsbury and
wife, Chicago; L. J. Smith, Buffalo, N.
Y.; W. R. Francis, McGregor, Iowa.
IN THE SURURRS.
Cable, Jan. 4. Andrew Oakberg, an
old and respected citizen of this vicin
ity, died at his home in the west part
of town Monday morning. Mr. Oak
berg had been in ill health for some
time and it had been almost a year
since he was able to leave the house.
He leaves besides bis wife, one son,
Andrew Oakberg. and two daughters,
Mrs. Isaac Brooks, of New Windsor,
and Mrs. Peter Isaacson of this city
Mrs. Kirkwood is very sick at thla
writing and little hopes are entertained
for her recovery.
A. Lilliman made a business trip to
Rock Island Tuesday.
Ben Bell returned to Chicago Tues
day morning to resume his studies at
Northwestern law school.
A. R. Tomlinson shipped a car of fine
IT WILL KEEP
It is not always necessary
to use a whole bottle of
Scott's Emulsion. What is
left will keep. We have seen
a bottle of our Emulsion
three years old that is still
good. What other prepara
tion of cod liver oil will keep
sweet and permanent for half
that length of time? Scott's
Emulsion is always reliable
because it's always absolutely
Well Ka4 m Hawk (
SCOTT BOWNfc, 409 pcvl Street. Kew York
Former Resident Dies.
C. F. Rost has received word of the
death of his brother-in-law, A Beck-
strom, at Axtell, Neb. Mr. Beck-
strom passed away New Year's day.
He was formerly a resident of Moline
and this vicinity, and was well-known
as a grain buyer at Sunny Hill. He
left this locality some twenty years
ago. He is survived by nis widow,
two daughters and one son.
Depart for Southwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker G. Anderson
departed last night for Las Vegas. N.
M., where they will visit Dr. and Mrs.
J. W. Morgan. They may proceed
from there as far south as San An
tonio, Texas, and be gone as long as
a month, for the trip is to include both
business and pleasure.
O. E. S. Installation.
Ladies of the Moline chapter of the
Eastern Star enjoyed an excellent pro
gram Mondav evening in Mgcnn! hoii
l . M .JV M X I1U1I
ana installed omcers recently elected.
Mrs. Mary Beatty served as the in
stalling officer and the following offi
cers were inducted: Worthy matron.
Mrs. L. A. Vinton; association matron, j
Mrs. Harriet Price; patron, Charles
Robertson; sentinel, James Graham;
conductress, Mrs. Emily Ford; associ
ate conductress, Mrs. Fritchie; treas
urer, Mrs. Ada Beal; secretary, Mrs.
Ella Haley; marshal, Mrs. Ida Mac
Beth; chaplain, Mrs. Alice McCoy;
organist, Mrs. Addie Bergston.
Visitors Coming From Kewanee.
Swedish Good Templar lodge Frid
hem. No. 123, is to entertain visitors
from Kewanee the coming Saturday,
when SO to 50 members of the Svens-
karne lodge from that place are to
be here, together with Grand Secretary
Ohlander. of Chicago. The local lodge
people are making adequate arrange
ments for the entertainment of the
visitors and for providing a good time
for all concerned.
Miss Hulda Metilda Tropp, .the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gust Tropp,
220 Second avenue, were married Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
bride's home, to Charles Sandman n.
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten, officiating. Ernest
Tropp and Miss Alma Tropp, brother
and sister of the bride attended the
Promotions in School.
School sessions for the second sem
ester were taken up yesterday, and
grade children and high school stu
dents returned to their studies ready
for work after a two weeks' vacation.
Seventy-five pupilsv were advanced
from the eighth grade to high school
and there are now close to 375 pupils in
the building. This number taxes the
capacity to the limit and school was
dismissed at noon Monday that the
faculty may have time to adjust class
es. In grade schools the return to
studies was never effected with less
trouble. Many of the little ones were
advanced from the kindergarten to
the first grade, but owing to the school
training which they have already re
ceived their advent into the grades was
scarcely noticed, so smoothly was the
Bmanuel Lutheran Election.
Emanuel Lutheran church will send
a delegation to the annual meeting of
the Swedish Lutheran church of Port
Byron, to be held this month, with a
view to discussing the advisability of
jointly calling a pastor for the two
churches. This was the important step
taken by the members of Emanuel
Lutheran church at their annual meet
ing held Monday. The following offl
cers for the year were elected: Vice
president, Malcolm Carlson; secretary,
G. I Peterson; deacons, for three
years, C. H. Anderson, A. F. Holm;
trustees, Elmer Anderson, three years;
S. O. Berklund, two years; W. F.
Loyestedt, one year. The trustees will
select the church treasurer. Rev. F. O
Hanson, student at Augustana, who
has been filling the pulpit, was asked
to serve till the close of the college
school year at the same salary as
heretofore and provided the college
board Is agreeable he will remain.
Ruby, the 5-months-old child of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Griff. 1317 Seven
teenth avenue, died at 8 a. m., Monday
at the home from bronchitis. Funeral
from the home tomorrow afternoon at
2 p. m.
hogs to Chicago Thursday. Mr. Tom
linson accompanied the shipment re
turning home Saturday evening.
The dance given by the D. B. C. club at
the opera house Friday evening was
quite a success.
Thomas Parker and sister, Miss Lex
were trl-city visitors Monday.
C. J. Johnson is shipping a car of
hogs to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baker, of Rock
Island, came out Monday evening,
called bere by the serious illness of
Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Kirkwood.
Miss Mary Sheppard. of Warsaw,
who is visiting at H. W. Hill's, went to
Reynolds for a short visit Monday.
"I understand that Mr. Binx and his
fiancee have bad a quarrel."
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne.
"But It la nothing serious. Fhe is a
prudent girl and wants to make sure
she can manage, him when he Is an
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