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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1905.
THZ EOItS OP VXXCL
To Weak People :
It you are thin, pale, lack energy,
suffer with indigestion, nervousness and
irritability, cannot sleep, and have no
appetite, we guarantee that Vinol will
make for you rich, red blood and restore
your health and strength. If you will
try Vinol and it does not help you, we
agree to return your money. This shows
our faith and fairness. Will you try it?
HARPER HOUSE pharmacy.
r3 . n r n hftn n
I allow my picture published for tba
Deaoflt ot nny hoc who may be annoyed
wltU (lnn'IrulT. My head was simply covered
wlru It, nnd my hair came out dreadfully.
My head itched continually. I was ad
l(ted by my doctor to try Germ-a-Klla.
I did. and wince have stopped the Itching-,
cured tho d.inilruff. and as to my hair, it
thows tor liwlf. I Mm II never be without
a bottle of iltrma-Klla. Mrs. N. Allen,
nest unto L, Chicago.
I mat this sworn statement for the
benefit of other people who are bald or
ppttinic that way. I havo been bald for 14
rears, and on the 14th of July one year aeo
t commenced the us of tierm-a-Klla. The
picture without hair Is a correct one of
myaelf n I have been, and the one with
the hair on It as I am now since I used
(ierm a Kiln. My hair first came out after
I had worn a aeaisklo cap, which I think
was the cause. In 3 vears after I waa en
tirely bald. I m.iy say In IK) days after
nsln ticrtu a Klla I noticed a new crowtb
f hair. , -
I'eople addressing me will please tnctoae
stamp for answer. Autrust Frederick
Scnulti. 4H8 Cass Street. Milwaukee, Wis.
Does your bead Itch? If so, this germ l
lurking In your scalp. Tbla (term yon m
bere Is -JS.(H)') times Its natural size. How
rer, this Is just as It looks under a power
ful microscope. It can be found
!n any s.-lp thru bus dandruff.
Kome people have as many es
two or three thousand. Germ-a-Klla
destroys this germ and
causes the hair to arrow : besides
cures any case of dandruff, stops
balr falling out In a very short
time. I'm up In .Vv bottles only.
This Imttie la as large as most
dollar holfle. We give no free
samples. One r. cent bottle will ahow Tot
Itself. Address all mail orders to Tht
Herm a Klla Medicine I'o.. Milwaukee, Wis.
For sale by all druggists.
MTHIS OUT AND GIVE IT TO MMF
FRIEKD. YOU MAY NOT SEE IT AGAIN.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE U17!a SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerves done by u, and
the best and most carcxui treatment
given to all cases.
READ THH :
We have a patent thin elastic plate
with natural gums that fits in all cases
and when others fail. 'e use no cheap
material in our office, for our work is
all guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists ar.d to be first class
In every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling $ J2S
Cold Platinum Filling .50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Cold Crowns 22 k.. $4 and (5. . . . 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.C0
OFFICK. 16074 SECOND AVENUE.
Over Speidel's Drug 6tore.
OR. C. 8. MARSHALL.
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schrelner Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jakalas prasaattr aaae. Wlm
law aa merrrm doors a iterial
ty. Batlafaetlaa rssmtrnL Rn.
413 Elnrsts trt. Old
eae wt 824.
Steeple Jack Paralyzed.
The steeple climbing days of Osea
Wiley, the well known Davenportei
are over, lie was stricken witn pa
ralysis several days ago at his home
on Eleventh and Perry streets, th
stroke affecting the entire left side
and partially depriving him of the
power of speech. Oscar Wiley was
bom in Hig Rook, where Martin Burn?
that other Scott county celebrity cam
from. He has led a nomad life, and
was always more at home on dizzy
heights than on the sidewalks of the
city. He was a steeple jack of nation
al reputation, having climbed to great
heights in cities throughout the Unit
ed States. "In I'.tOl he painted and
gilded the cross on St. Joseph's church
in this city, and was protographed
while standing on the top of the cross.
He was hurt in falls on several oceas
ion?, and these accidents probably
had something to do with the paraly
tic stroke which has visited hiai.
New Colored Minister.
The members of the Third Baptis
church consider themselves fortunate
to have been able to secure as their
pastor. Rev. D. A. Holnier. who come
liere from Fort Madison. Rev. Holmer
is president of the state foreign mis
;ion board of the church and corre
sponding secretary of the Iowa Baptist
Donaldson Will Preach.
The senior class of tho Davenport
high school ha.s accepted tho offer of
Rev. J. B. Donaldson of (he First Pros
byterian church to preach the bac
calaureate sermon next June. A com
mittee comosed of Ferd Davis, chair
man ; RoIert Osliorno, George Blair,
Elsie Kaehler and Carrie Miller was
named to prepare plans for class day
exercises. At the. same meeting the
class decided to give up the Outing
club dance which had been content
Hit by Coasters.
While standing en Haines street
watching the merry crowd of coast
ers, little 10-year-old Willie Mass. son
of John P. Mass. proprietor of the
saloon on Third and Gaines streets.
was run into by a rapidly moving bob
sled and sustained a fracture of the
right leg between the ankle and the
Jap Leaves Town.
The Jap acrobat, who has been per
forming at the Orpheon and who was
the plaintiff in the injunction proceed
ings brought jigainst the proprietors
of the Eldorado gambling rnouis. was
not on hand Saturday to push his suit.
which has been set for a hearing up
on that day. An investigation disclos
ed the face that the Jap had "ducked'
Latest Food Product
Comes in Tablet Form and Replaces
to the Blood and Nerves What is
Worn Out and Wasted Away.
In this way it builds up and repairs
all manner of weaknesses, and en
ables one to throw off most of the
ails of life. This preparation, known
as Dr. Chase s Blood and Nerve Food,
overcomes and cures not only such
common ails as nervous headache,
nervous dyspepsia, sleeplessness, ner
vous irritability, general debility, etc.,
but even such serious conditions as
profound Mood poverty, neurasthenia,
paresis, dementia, locomotor ataxia,
which have hitherto resisted all drug
medication. It is not a dope, having
a stimulating and only temporary ef
fect, but is a food that feeds the de
praved blood and starving brain and
nerve cells, and in a natural manner
restores them to structural integrity
and perfection of function. To con
vir.ee you that it is ro.-Pv a wonder
ful f.od cure, its makers. The Dr. Chase
Co.. Philadelphia. . Ta.. a?k you to
wei.ch yourself before taking it. Price
.r.O cents a Nn. five boxes, enough to
give it a fair trial. J2.00. Book free
Sold and guaranteed at T. IL Thom
nj thwr,pd."CONTAIfS KOQriMXE"
on each ho so ihe point! bromo-Lsx la thm
Waick Care. Uw &a4e Can for
Bromo-Lax Imim do bad effs J:k qnlnia
preftarstton. Hromo-Lax it m mild and sooth
ing ixiitive. ser voo yoc th nht klad.
Aiidrunrista. 2Se. Jut mr dniffM for
bromo-lAx and s that the Ubel rvads
Crowe-Lax (Contains Ma Qainlaa).
For sale by Thomas IL Thomas, cor -
ner Second Ave. and Seventeenth SL
town last Tuesday and has not been
seen here since. The two young Japs
who were performing with him and
who claimed to be his sons, were left
behind snd on Friday night were sent
to Chicago. It has since been learned
that the two younger Japs, mere boys
of probably 10 years of age. were not
his children but were merely brought
to this city by him to complete his
troupe of acrobats.
Cracker Factory Improvements.
Next Saturday, in the office of Archi
tects Clausen & Clausen, the bids will
be opened and the contracts let for
the erection of the mammoth new
cracker factory of the Crescent Maca
roni & Cracker company. When com
pleted. the company will have one of
the most modern and best equipped
cracker factories in the west. The im
provements now under way, including
buildings and machinery will repre
sent an outlay in the neighborhood of
$50 000. The present building. 110x118
fett in dimensions, consisting of four
stories and a high basement, will be
allowed to stand as it is, after having
but recently been thoroughly over
hauled. To the east of this building
will be erected another structure of
about the same size and dimensions.
Several other small buildings wjll also
be erected, so that when the improve
ments are all completed, the compr.ny
will have one of the largest manufac
turing plants in the city.
Saturday morning, at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. Christina Erdmann.
1311 Gaines street, occurred the death
of Mrs. Charlotte Albrecht, at the ago
of S6 years. Deceased was born in
Germany and lived for many years in
this country, removing here from Ra
Harry Dittman. aged 25 years, 1
month and 4 days, died at the county
infirmary Friday morning, after an ill
ness of several years duration. De
ceased was born here and was a cook
At the family home. .122 Rock Isl
and street, early Friday evening, oc
curred the death of Mrs. Sarah Mar
garet Melton, at the age of 53 years.
Deceased has been a resident of this
city for the pa.st 17 years. She was
a memler of the order of Ladies of
tho Golden Precept and is survived
bv a husband and several children.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Sherrard. Feb. 18. Fred Hilfinger.
of Rock Island, is working again in the
harness shop of C W. Nixdorff.
Charles Stuart and C. W. Nixdorff
were in Aledo last Wednesday.
John Robertson went to Rock Island
Friday after his sou Robert, who has
iw..n in St. Anthony s nospuai iw
Mrs. Pauline Stone came home last
week from Colchester, where she had
buried her husband, who was killed in
the Sherrard mines. She will live with
her parents near Orion.
C A. Saruuelson and Gurney Farrow-
were in Cable Saturday.
Mrs. Nixdorff. of Pendleton, Wash.
is visiting wun wr uaiiBiiiti, ;n.
. ... ... t .-t a,
Charles Ekstrom. of Reynolds.
Mrs. Ella Danielson, of Moline, at
tended the Larson and Thuren wed
ding last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stropcs returned
to Reyno.ds alter vnree nays visit
with her sister. Mrs. John Newburg.
Mrs. ISorgstrom and family, of Rural
visited Mrs. Hergstrom's brother, Gust
Engstrom. and wife, this week.
The trains are having quite a time.
Thev are coming in at all hours. The
mail is delayed considerably.
W. II. Simmon, who has been away
on a visit, rciurneu. to n:s nome last
William Purvles is dangerously ill
with blood ijison.
Miss Katie Rhode Is visiting with
relatives at Erie.
Mrs. Barney Flaherty, Sr., went to
Rock Island Wednesday.
Hamlet. Feb. IS. Miss Maude Mc
Adams, of Reynolds, is visiting at the
home of William Whisman.
About thirty -of Millie. Walter and
,e!and Boyle's friends gave them a
farewell surprise party Tuesday even
ing. An enjoyable evening was spent
Mrs. Hagamire is visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. Tidball.
Mrs. Adam Fuhr and Miss Lona
Fuhr entertained friends Tuesday ev-
ning. Eight refreshments were serv
A large crowd attended C. E. Boyle's
sale Tuesday. Everything sold well.
Miss Nelle Cooper was unable to get
o her school this week on account of
he snow drifting so badly.
A large crowd attended the chicken
ie social at the iarsonacc Friday ev-
ning. About $21 was taken in for the
A merry crowd of younc people from
Perryton attended the WoIman ovs-
er supper Wednesday night of last
Miss Ina Ixmon attended a wed
ding at Millersburg Wednesday night.
A Record Breaker.
are informed from a
e are informed from a reliable
source that the Chicago & Eastern II-
jlinois railroad has broken all records
jin the matter of equipment and service
; in its handsome Chicago-St. Louis
J trains. They are electric lighted and
steam heated throughout. The double
: track right of way is thoroughly pro
jected with block signals, and no mon
key has been spared to bring this rail
road and its trains up to the highest
.standard. The runnins time of their
1 night train has been reduced one and
lone - half hours.
M0LII1E MENTION, f
Preparations are completed for the
great convention of retail merchants
of Illinois which will be held in Moline
this week. There are more than 70
associations in the state, and it is ex
pected there win be about 200 dele
gates present at the convention, be
sides visitors attracted to it. The re
ception committee has outlined all
plans, and some members will meet
every incoming train and the visitor-i
will be taken care of from the minute
they arrive. The Chicago butchers
and grocers will arrive on a special
car with diner attached. With them
will be Charles R. Lott, national pres
ident of the Grocers association. To
day is being devoted to a meeting of
ail the rating secretaries of the state,
and they will make a report to the
convention proper tomorrow. N. W
Olson, secretary of the Galesburg as
sociation and originator of the present
system is present. The banquet will
be served at the Manufacturers, at
o'clock Wednesday evening. Feb. 22.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for this banquet and the list of
toasts is a rich one. The menu cards
etc., are a work of the printer's art
and very elaborate. An executive
meeting will be held this evening at
the Manufacturers hotel.
Bowlers Stood Third.
A. C. Stouffer, J. C. Wright, Art
Vinall. A. V. Esterdahl and Sam Kai
ser, the quintet who represented Mo
line in the Geneseo bowling tourna
ment and who appeared to have a goo 1
chance to win first money with a total
score of 2,395 pins, secured only third
money, which amounted to 20 per cent
of the gross receipts. Geneseo and
Sheffield, the only two teams to bowl
after Moline, both surpassed the Mo
line team's record. Geneseo taking
first place and Sheffield second. Hon
ors in the two-man and single rolling
however, came to this city. Wright
and Vinall, with their score of 1101,
took first in the doubles and Sam Kai
ser, with a score of 5H0, secured the
money for the best individual work.
The Moline team which rolls at Mil
waukee, departed for the brewery city
Saturday evening via Chicago.
Andrew J'.nekson and Miss Agnes
Enstrom were united in marriage Sat
urday evening at S o'clock at the hom
of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Enstrom. 1211 Fifth avenue. The
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten officiated. The
groom is employed by Deere & Co.
They will go to housekeeping at once
at Eleventh strict and Twelfth ave
Seeking For Son.
William Anderson of 1720 Twenty
third avenue. Seattle, Wash., is seek
ing information regarding his son,
Henry A. Anderson, of whom he last
heard four years ago. At that time
the son was working in a wagon shop
here, so the senior Anderson's letter
of inquiry to the mayor of the city
states. At that time he had been
working in the wagon factory for
eight years. Henry A. Anderson is
described as 3S years old, of light
complexion, quiie bald and heavy set.
Southern Representative Dead.
News from New Orleans that will
bring regret to themany traveling men
of Deere & Co. and numerous other
concerns, is that Capt. John A. Stew
art, one of Deere & Co.'s oldest trav
eling men, died there yesterday. Capt.
Stewart, who gained his title on the
confederate side during the civil war,
became connected with Deere & Co.
and its branch concerns directly after
the war and had remain with them
ever since. He had been with the St..
Iuis branch house and was recently
doing Cuba for the firm. While there
he was taken ill and was confined to
a nospuai lor some lime, out secniei
to recover. He went to his home a;
New Orleans, was again taken ill, an-1
To Choose Delegates.
In response to a call issued by the
president of the Swedish-American
Republican club, a meeting was held
Friday evening at the North Star of
fices, but no business of importance
was transacted. In view of the fact
that the annual meeting of the club
would be held next Friday, the nomina
tion of delegates to the state conven
tion at Peoria March 0 was postponed
until that date. Thirty-two delegates
and the frame number of alternates
the old story, told times
without number and repeated
over and over again for the
last thirty years. But it's
always a welcome story to
those in need of strength and
health. There's nothing in
the world that stops wasting
diseases as.quickly as Scott's
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CCOTTi BOWNE.4, pejl Street. N'cw YorV
NATURE TELLS YOU
As Ma.iy a Rock Island Reader Knows
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action:
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Rock Island people testify to this.
Isaac Shifter, of 523 Fifteenth street,
employed at the Moline gas works,
says : "Th -re was a dull, heavy pain
in the small of my u;iek continually,
and afier stooping it was all I could
do to straighten again. There was r.i-
ways hhi frequent action of the kidney
sicretions, winch was very annoying.
especially through the day. I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised in our
paper sind I procured a box from tho
Harper House drug store. Alter a
short treatment the dull aching pains
left me, iny back felt stronger and the
kidney secretions were restored totheir
normal condition. I know of others
who had a similar satisfactory experi
ence with Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price .r
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N.
'., sole agents for the I'nited States.
Remember the name l;in's and
ake no other.
will be chosen at the annual session
of the club and officers will then be
elected for tho year.
Moline factories are bending every
energy toward filling their ware-
louses with implements for the spring
trade. 1 He year promises to he one
of iho be:-t for several seasons past
ami Moline factories are securing a
big share of the trade in first orders.
In order to have the implements t
supply the demand the shops are oper
ating with heavy forces.
Entertain for Mr. Brown.
There will be a reunion and enter
tainment of the pupils of Hrown's 15:is
iness college. Moline department. io-
morrow evening at the school in honor
of G. W. Drown, head of the Brown
system of schools. Mr. Drown is
spending several days visiting the
schfKils in the three cities.
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. ijouis.
Hound trip excursion rates to points !
in Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, I
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.
Iee Barrett, city passenger and ticket
agent, 317 Main street, Peoria, III.
$12.45 to Muskogee and Return.
Above is a sample of the very low
rates the Ilock Island will have on
sale Feb. 21 to a numbr of io:nf.s in
Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texas.
Also on same date very low one-way
rates. Call at city ticket office,
Second avenue, for full informatv.n.
$18 to New Orleans and Return.
The above rate Is only one of the
many low rates the Rock Island i
quoting to a large number of points
in the south, west and north on Feb.
21. March 7 and 21. Not only round
trip but one way. Call for full infor
maUon at depots or c:t oSce.
Good things are good so far as they
This axiom applies with force to
goodness of Uneeda BiSCUit.
good because they taste good and
few Uneeda Biscuit m
are good for the grown man as well as the
boy as good for the baby as the mother.
Are not only good, but keep good. You can
always depend on them. That's against
your biscuit experience and you can't
understand it until you examine the
air tight, moisture proof package in
which they are sold. Never sold inbulk.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
successful treatment. If you are suffering from Nervous Debility, Ex
haustion, Drains, Physical Decline, Hlood Poison, Varicocele, Failing
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyspepsia, Piles, Bronchitis,
Liver or Kiduey Diseases, and regain ycur Health, Strength and Vigor.
m,n jiiiwii .iss-i s juj ly w mi "yn
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
rtcrn3 or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, Backache, Constipation, Neuralgia, Palpitation of tho 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 he has been located In Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. W A LSI IS TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc. Dr. Walsh's Treatment la
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, 11:0 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
This method of travel to California is preferred by many.
Why? We have a folder that answers the question, "Across
the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper."
Briefly: It saves you money, ycu are ju6t as comfor
table, fare as well, view the same scenery, and enjoy your
self as much as those who ride on the Limited.
The cars are in chargj of a special passenger agent
five times each week he assumes all travel worries
The Rock Island runs more Tourist Sleepers to Cali
fornia than any other line daily service via El Paso and
the southern route, trl-weekly via Colorado you can go one
way and return the other.
For the Tourist folder and full information, apply to
City Passenger Agent,
Rock Island, III.
f "ooeTin hesTcakes, "pSdings" and TookTes "i
111 2-Pie IDs Pa-ikairge riri lister Valnahla PTPtf.nm.
aW 99 m JB BH OB sK W9 9V
Cures when others
Cures t 'no most obstin
Has cured thousand In
the. tri cities.
Will cure you of chron
Is based on 23 years'
Includes all modern
A Towist Sleeper
S. 1 HOYD.
D. P. A Davenport, la.
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