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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1003.
YOU WANT TO KNOW THE
BE8T VALUES AND THE
TY "TO SUPPLY THEM.
The product of the Kimball
factory is more than double in
volume that of any similar in
stitution in the world. To you
this has as much significance
M great popularity. It signifies
all that unlimited capital can
command as W. W. Kimball
company purchase for cash and
accommodate their customers
as to terms of payment. It
means that the manufacturers
can afford to sell at a small
profit, obtaining results from
mere volume of sales. This is
also proof of the ability of W.
W. Kimball company to furnish
buyer the most for their mon
l. 1 The sale of these instru
ments for this community is
handled by D. Roy Bowlby at
whose warerooms they can be in
spected. You are invited to call
1609-1609 f-2 Second
Read Article No. 5 next week.
We All Like
If you buy your groceries here
you will always have money in
iilaatrr Soapa, lb.
3 parkaivra I'aarakf Flour...
2 pockacr Malta Vita
1 ram Corn
1 raa I'raa
3 rasa Sjrup
3 raaa Toiuntora
3 laratr butt Ira ( titan p
3 pkjca SecdrU Knlnlaa
3 pktia Currant
6 raaa Muatanl artimra ....
1 lararr ran Ilnkins Powder. . .
1 lb. pkir llaklaic uila
8 ra Salmon
3 t-aoa flaked Itrana
0 pkita l.'KK .oulra
3 raaa I'unipkln
8 lba. HIi p . ...
3 rnaa Klduey llrnua
1 raa Drrta
N. P. F. NELSON,
20? 4th Ave. New phone 6137.
Now Ready for Your $
Call and See Our New g
J. B. ZIMMER & SON
New Location, 1817 Second Ave.
This coupon will entitle tiny
lady to a 10 per cent discount
on Ladies" Tailoring and Dress
making. Cut out this coupon,
sign your name and bring it to
us this month and have it signed
and It will entitle you to a 10
per cent discount as Ions as you
wish to hold it.
St. and No
Address, S20 Sixth street.
Rock Island, 111.
What is a Backache?
IT IS MTUHE'S WARXIK6 TO WOMEN
Diseases tf Woman's OrganisK Cured and
Coaseqaeat Pali Stopped by Lydia E.
Pitkhaa't Vegetable Compoand
" It seems as though my back would
break." Women utter these words
over and over again, but continue to
drag along and suffer with aches in the
small of the back, pain low down in
the side, bearing down " pains, nerv
ousness and no ambition for any task.
They do not realize that the back is
the mainspring of woman's organism,
and quickly indicates by aching a dis
eased condition of the womb or kid
neys, and that the aches and pains will
continue until the cause is removed.
1,3-dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for twenty years has been the
one and only effective remedy in such
cases. It speedily cures all womb and
kidney disorders and restores the fe
male organs to a healthy condition.
Here is one case among thousands :
" 1 consider Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound the most wonderful remedy in the
world for sick women. For a lone time I
Buffered with a severe farkaohe and bearinz
down pains : in fact. I had womb trouble.
Kaadine of the remarkable cures your Com
pound bad made I derided to try it, and I am
nappy to say that it not only cured me en
tirely of all my troubles but mode me a
strong, well woman.'- Mrs. Elizabeth 11.
Thompson, Lily Dale, N. Y.
20 other medicine holds such a record
of cures of female ills as docs Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
No other person can give such help
ful advice to women who are sick as
can Mrs. Pinkham, for none have had
such a great experience. Her address is
Lynn. Mass., and her advice free.
Wanted to Shoot.
Murder would have been committed
Saturday in the saloon of Henry
Tanghe. it is said, had the Moliner
who wielded a weapon had the cart
ridges with which to execute his pur
pose. Shartly after the noon hour a
fight occurred in the saloon, and it
terminated in the drawing of a revol
ver by the man who got the worst of
the encounter. The gun play resulted
in nothing Berious because the weapon
wasn't loaded. After leaving the sa
loon the man with the weapon attempt
ed to buy :i box of cartridges, but 'ail
ed. Report has it that his target in
the gun play was a saloonkeeper of
the city. The Tanghe saloon is at the
corner of Seventh street and Seven
Between L'mi and 1T,ii parents of the
pupils at the Grant school Friday even
ing gathered in the basement of the
new building, the occasion being the
second evening "parents' meeting" to
be given by the schools. The basement
room had been nicely decorated by the
teachers of the two buildings with
pictures and plants. An entertaining
program was given.
Attending State Meeting.
Secruary H. A. Johnson, of Natick
Y. M. ('. A., departed today for Peoria
to attend the lirst meeting ever held
of t Ft"' railroad Y. M. C. A. secretaries
Only One Applicant.
A civil service examination for clerks
and carriers for the Moline jostofnce
will be held Feb. Put one npplica
tion has so far been made for the ex
animation blanks, and that by a young
Fell Out of Loft.
Thomas Janey fell from the hayloft
in his barn near the Argillo works Sat
urday and sustained injuries which
may prove fatal. He broke three ribs.
which considering the fact that he is 3
years of age is very serious. Janey
was up in the hayloft to push some
feed down to his cattle. In opening a
dr he slipiH-d. falling to the ground.
Friends found him in a semi-conscious
condition and a physician was called
to attend him.
Remember Fellow Employe.
Frank Carlson, of the Deere & Man
Mir company shops, was the happiest
man in Moline Saturday. Without the
slightest intimation of what was about
to happen, he was summoned at noon
before a great gathering of the shop
men 'and was given a little idea of the
good will they all have for him. He
is aliout to leave Moline and settle on
a farm in Iowa, and in token of fare
well the surprise was planned by his
fellow employes. Herman Myers act
ed as spokesman for the men. and
with a few well-chosen words present
ed Frank with a handsome gold watch
chain, and when Frank was about to
recover his wits and express the pleas
ure the thought of the men gave him.
Rudolph Volkmann stepped forward
and presented hini with a eharm for
the chain a design of horses, emblem
atic of the new vocation Frank is about
to take tip. Mr. Carlson replied in
kind to the sentiment that prevailed. J
Still At the Hospital.
I S. A. Finger, the police magistrate
lis still at St. Luke's hospital rapidly
recovering from the operation lor ap
pendicitis, which has been performed
upon him. He will remain at at.
Luke's hospital this week, however.
Second Case Up.
The second appeal case of Mrs. Una
Becker vs. the I. & I. railway com
pany, in which the jury was selected
and sworn Saturday forenoon, wa
taken up before Judge House in the
federal court room this afternoon
This dispute is over the value of prop
erty owned by the plaintiff and appel
lant in LeClaire, which the railroad
condemned for right of way purposes
The trial of the first Becker case re
sulted in a verdict of $5,000 for the
plaintiff, which is an increase of $1,"
over the valuation fixed by the ap
Cold For Shoot.
The formal opening of the new-
range of the Cumberland Gun club
was held yesterday afternoon at GranJ
Isle and was featured by a grand sup
per shoot in which the team captained
by "Money" Hagemann was victorious
over the team captained by Dr. O. C
Rogers. There were eight events a
10 targets each and then followed the
supper shoot, in which 35 participated
on either side. The supper shoot was
at 25 targets and began at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon, concluding about an
hour later, when a course supper was
served in the Grand Isle pavilion. The
new club house was packed almost to
suffocation, there being at least 150
Eagles Will Give Mask.
Davenport aerie No. 235, Fraternal
Order of Eagles, have completed ar
rangements for a grand prize masquer
ade at the Turner Grand opera house
on Saturday evening, March 4. Prizes
will be awarded as follows: First
$5 in cold for the best ladies' costume;
second, $5 in gold for the best gentle
men's costume: third. $2.50 in gold for
most comical ladies' costume; fourth
$2.50 in gold lot the most comical
gentleman's costume. Strasser's or
chestra has been engaged for the mu
Goes to Advertiser.
L. A. McC'laren, of the Star repor
torial staff has accepted a insition at
Clinton upon the Advertiser. He will
remove there to take up his new duties
At the Harper C. D. Breuton, Chi
cago; J. II. Beacon, Eldon, Mo.; Mrs
M. W. Cochrane, St. Ixjuis; YV. II
Hoffman, Muscatine; J. T. Walker,
Kansas City; H. E. Chesley, New
York; George V. Whitney, Chicago;
A. D. Officer, J. A. Wise, Cincinnati
M. C. Goodsell, Galeshurg; George W
Foster, Grand Rapids; M. D. Rosen
field, Moline; E. A. Bateman, E. G
Gilbert, Chicago; R. P. Cloutman, Bos
ton; J. C. Burkhart, Chicago; J. G
Cook, Rock Island; A. J. Burton, Chi
cago; C. W. Montgomery, St. Louis;
11. G. Baldwin, Chicago; Charles E
Sturtz, Kewanee; F. S. Webster, Chi
cago; G. A. Standash, Milwaukee;
C. I). Hammell, Chicago; George W
Foster, Grand Rapids; T. J. Nagle
Erie, Pa.; L. O. Starbuck, New York;
L. N. Urban. Toledo. O. ; Charles A
Plamondon, Chicago; R. H. Nott, Dav
enport; F. S. Webster, L. James, Ch:
cago; M. J. Lcssard, St. Ixmis; Miss
Fern Lynch, Geneseo; James Leoper,
Chester. Pa.; J. A. Burkhart, Miimea
polls; W. M. Bartlett. G. C. Keener
Rock Island; F. A. Head, Rock Island;
W. W. Hugh. Toulon; Miss Mary Wcl
don. New York; J. Nech, Milwaukee;
E. G. Gilbert, Chicago; C. F. Wullu-
maker, J. M. Cussy, Ien II. Collins
Bloomington; L. R. Crane, Rock Isl
At the Harms (European) G. W.
Shaw, Chicago; A. D. Offner, Cincin
nati; J. A. Wise, Indianaxlis; W. G.
Ixntz, Chicago: Frank Thompson. New
York; H. G. Gleason. Chicago; M. C
Freer. Kewanee; T. S. Webster, Chi
cago; A. L. Cohen, Indianapolis; Wil
liam .1. Pfeffer. St. Ixuis: Mrs. Lou
Smith, Maquoketa; Sam Isaacs, New
York; Miss Barton, Miss Rapine
Galeshurg: George D. Vair. Chicago;
Mrs. Erick. New York; M. Ehrlick
Z. B. Sfurtevant. Chicago: F. S. Hiland
and wife. Kansas City; Wally Hodge,
Ottumwa; A. Hcpnian. Dubuque; J. A
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
Wei! tmi jna a sjaafwc Irtt.
SCOTT-. EOWNE. ,rerl Street, New York
Haugh, Davenport; H. C. Murray, Chi
cago; G. W. Haines. New York; Otis
Bowers. Sr.. Otis Bowers Jr., M. C.
Cookstone, Mrs. M. C. Cookstone, Ed
Nixon, Tom Smith, Mrs. Tom Smith,
Harry Smith, Norman Baker, James
Carroll, Charles Allman, George G.
Shone, Vern Holverstatte, Guy Repass.
H. Little, Frank Pope, Col Calcord,
B. Thorpe, R. E. Kelso. M. Norman,
Fred Bretz, H. Porter, M. Manora,
Beach & Bowers company; Miss
Laura Pierpcnt, Alfred Truschell.
George Yeager, F. Doyle, Harry Latell,
Antoni Stross, Dolores Dale, Corene
Uzzella Mae Moran, Jennie Cooper,
Anna Healey, Osborn C. Curson, Will
Rosey, W. A. Reynolds, Prince Mil
ler, Dorothy Carter Miss Lee, Taylor
Williams, Murray & Mack company;
Mrs. Charles Oilman and ron, St.
Louis; Oscar Crouse, Orion; W, J.
Roberts and wife. Chicago: William A.
Hill and wife, Detroit: P. Durbron, S.
H. Featherstone, F. H. Featherstone,
G. C. Osborn, Chicago; E. A. Bell, St.
Louis; G. S. Rohlf, Peoria; William G.
Horne, Chicago; R. J. Hazel, Peoria;
C. E. Trippler, New York; Harry E.
Wolf. Bloomington; C. T. Murdock,
Kansas City; R. J. Wheelock, Chicago;
W. J. Stevensen, Milwaukee.
At the Rock Island (European J.
L. Goddard, Davenport; J. H. Parish.
Peoria; W. T. Black, Hampton; M.
P. Bartons, Chicago; N. R. Herrick.
New York; K. L. Gorman, Boston;
T. A. Siebert, William Hurley, Doro
thy Carter. Miss M. Lee. J. R. James,
J. M. Steinex. Chicago; F. A. Johnston.
Cambridge; W. C. Lukens, city; W.
H. Keefer, Monticello; S. Deutch.
Davenport; Charles L. Mendon.
Charles City; Abraham Scull, Mon
mouth: F. W. Gardner, Iona, Mich.;
N. Elliott. Chicago: Frank Carver,
Galeshurg; W. G. James, F. J. Web
ster, Chicago: Oscar F. Avery, Pon
tiac; George W. Smith and wife. Anna.
III.; F. D. Campbell. Detroit; William
Wilmerton. city; F. L. Eltzroth and
wife. Chicago; F. W. Powell, city; H.
C. Cooper, Ursa. 111.; J. Jones, city;
C. W. Walline, Cambridge: A. T. Pfiff
ner, A. E. Beck, Dubuque; S. W. Head,
Galesburg; Harry A. Webber, Phila
delphia; C. F. Armstrong, Cable; Hir
am Hadley. Cedar Rapids; Clarene?
Wilcox. Urbana; William B. Randall.
Peoria: Clarence Watrous, Chicago;
C. P. Spencer, Freeport; G. B. Allen.
Harrishurg, Pa.; Harvey C. Willis, St.
Paul; Louis A. Bchman, Ia Salle.
WRITES LETTERS; LOSES JOB
Euclid N. Cobb of Monmouth, Stirs
Ire of Vermonters.
Because Euclid N. Cobb, of Mon
mouth, director of farmers' institutes
in this congressional district and well
known here, wrote letters he lost a
good job in the employ of the Ver
mont board of agriculture. Mr. Cobb
was employed to give a course of lee
tures at farmers' meetings, lasting tin
til spring. He wrote letters ridicul
ing Vermont farmers and their meth
ods, which were published in Mr,
Cobb's home papers. They went back
to Vermont, and George Aitkcn, chair
man of the board, told Mr. Cobb his
services would be required no longer.
Mr. Cobb did not deny writing the let
ters, his excuse being that he did not
suppose they would be published and
"CAMILLE" COUGH CAUSE
OF AN ACTRESS' DEATH
Nellie Gibney Bursts Blood Vessel and
Expires in an Hour After Play
ing Emotional Role.
Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 13. An
hour after she had concluded her por
trayal of the death of Camille on the
stage, Nellie Gibney, an actress, while
on her way to the hotel from the thea
tre was seized with paroxysms of
coughing and expired. She had been
enjoying good health, but burst a blood
vessel while imitating the coughing
BURLINGTON WRECK IN IOWA
Broken Rail Throws Two Engines
Cress on, Iowa, Feb. 13. Passenger
train No. 3, drawn by' two engines on
the Chicago, Burlington &. Quincy rail
road, was wrecked by a broken rail
yesterday afternoon 12 miles west of
here. E. P. Allen, an engineer of Lin
coln. Neb., was killed, and both firV
men and the other engineer were In
jured. Both engines lef the track
and rolled down an embankment. The
coaches did not leave the track and
none of the passengers was injured.
DEATH TO END SUFFERING
Mother Attempts Asphyxiation of Two
Children and Herse'f.
IJIoomficld. N. J.. Feb. 1.1 Because
her two children, aged IS months and
3 years, were afflicted with asthma.
from which she herself suffered. Mrs.
Elsie Loux of this place, after putting
he little ones to bed. turned on the
gas and lay down beside them to die.
When the room was entered yesterday
by neighbors, Mr. Loux having gone
away on a visit last night, the two
children were found dead and tbs
mother in a critical condition. She
left a letter to her husband imp'oring
Place for Prince of Wales.
London. Feb. 13. King Edward has
ppointed the prince of Wales lord
warden of the Cinque ports in succes
sion to Lord Curzon of Kedleston, but
In future Walmer castle, instead of
being the warden's residence, will be
thrown opei to the public.
ji vvni '
MATTHMAI RTTT TTHT
When going to Kansas City or the
southwest remember that the "Rock
Island" has four trains daily, at 7:10
i. m., 12:15 noon;. 10:40 p. m., and
12.10 midnight. Pullman service on
all but the 7:lQta m. Cajl at the City
Ticket office, 128; Second avenue, and
reserve your berth. -
. C, P. & St. L. Railway.
Only one change of cars from Peoria
to Hot Springs, Eureka Springs, Gal
veston. Houston, San Antonio, Mobile,
New Orleans, and Florida points. Only
through car line to St. Louis.
Round trip excursion rates to points
in Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Kansas, Arkansas and California Feb.
21, March 7 and 21, will be lowest
rates ever known. For full information
and illustrated folder, call on or ad
dress T. J. McGrath, traveling passen
ger agent, 317 Main street, Peoria; J.
Lee Barrett, city passenger and ticket
agent, 317 Main street, Peoria, 111.
I nliuw my picture published for th
bopfit of any one who may be annoyed
with diiiiflriifr. My head was Blmplj covered
wlilj II. and ray hair cara out dreadfully.
My lieio iicbiil continually. I was ad
vlwd l-y my doctor to try Orm-a-Klla.
I did. and wince have Btopped th ItchlDff,
rurd Iho dandruff, and as to my hair. Ft
allow for Itself. I Khali nerer be without
Ixmle of ;erm-a-Ktla. Mrs. H. Allen,
H:0 West Ohio at., Chicago.
I mak this sworn statement for th
benefit of other people who are bald or
ettin;r that way. I have tx-en hald for 14
years, and on the 14th of July one year aero
I commence.! the ue of Oerra-a-KIIa. Tbe
picture without bair is a correct one of
myseir ax l have hwn, and the one with
the hair on It as I am now since I nued
fierm-a Klla. My hair fimt came out after
I had worn a wnlskin rap, which I think
ra the cause. In 3 years after I waa en
tirely tId. I mar sar In 90 days after
nmj i.erm-a-iviia i Doticea a new erowtD
1'eople addressing me will please lnclo
itmp lor answer. Auiruat reaerici
Schultz. 45 jass Street, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ies your head Kcb? If so, thta Krm It
inrkinz in tour scalp. I his (term you see
Sere 1 ,.h times its natural sire, now
ver. thin is just as It looks under a power
'hi microscope. it ran oe louni
n any s-alp that bas dandruff.
Kome peoole have as many rs
two or three tuoiand. Germ-a-Klla
d'r'.vi Ibis semi and
ratifies ttn- bair grow; besides
rire eny re of dandrnfT. Hops
hair fal-ini out In a yery short
time, put up (n .Ve bottles only.
ThU l.tne is a larjre as most
lobar tfir. We Kire at free
ten- 2v. J
ample, oi TJyrtut bottle will shew ttt
Itself. Artdrs all mall orders to Tbs
;;erm-a KM Medicine Co., Milwaukee, Wia.
For toil- by all d'uggista.
riiirais out axd give it to sme
FRIEND. YOU MAY NOT SEE IT AGAIN.
Always fresh and crisp.
Most nourishing for invalids.
Most sustaining for workers.
Most convenient for luncheons.
Most economical for every use.
MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
successful treatment. If you are suffering from Nervous Debility, Ex
haustion, Drains, Physical Decline, blood Poison, Varicocele, Failing
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyspepsia, Piles, Bronchitis,
Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength and Vigor.
8 EXAMINATION FREE.
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
Uterine or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, Backache, Constipation, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained In the trl
cities over two years. You also know ho lias been located In Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
DU. WALSH'S TREATMENT Curcs whea othcr
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Curc3 t1lG most obstlQ-
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Has cured thousand, m
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc. Dr. Walsh's Treatment Is
within the reach of all.
Only Curable cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday, to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
H. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDOE,
(5eijtral Trust 2 Savings Baik
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork 9100,000. Poor Fer Oat Interest I'ald DepsMlla.
C. J. Larkln,
J. J. LaVelle,
II. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
II. II. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. V. Tremann
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
Diinistrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Recehe. and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-reeitlents, women, invalids and others.
R0CK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
O ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
f Incorporated Under the State Law.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Ebtale Security.
6 J. M. U-jford. President.
C ,. ...
11- 1: i J mi. vice l'regineni.
P. Greenawalt, Cahltr.
r Kcgaa tn business July Z, l"J,
5j nd occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lyndc's building.
tbt Nation hungry.
OR. J. E. WALSH.
Will cure you of chron
Is based on 25 years'
Includes all modern
IL B. SIMMON,
II. D. Mack,
M. S. lie Ag j,
II. O. Simmon.
4 Per cent interest Paid on
4 Per Cent Interest Paid
II. It. Cable.
William II. Dart,
IL I. Hull,
J. M. BufordL
II W. Hurst.
Solicitors Jackson Hurst.