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Will Stop "Jew Baiting."
- Rollin Schraram was on trial yester
lay before Justice Hall, charged itl
BBault!nj? a Jewish peddler by to
name of Moses Greenbtrg. After itta:
ins the evidence and upon the defend
ant admitting his guilt. Justice Hal
Imposed a stiff fine of $2. and eoti
amounting to $32.95 in all. After th
trial Justice Hall stated that there wa
too much "Jew baiting" going on ii
this city and that it must be stoppet
Fifty Years in Sisterhood.
An event which is believed to b
the first of it kind at the Academ;
of the Immaculate Conception, ant
which has few precedents in this v:
clnlty, is the observance at the Acad
emy today of the golden anniversar;
of Sister Mary Stella's entrance 1 n t -the
order of B. V. M.. the Siterhoo
of Charity. Besides the half ceniur;
which she has spent in the Sis'erhood
Sister Mary Stella i.s worthy of sp
cial honor as one of the four founder,
of the Academy, she being the onl:
survivor of the four Sisters who found
cd the school 45 years ago. when i
was located where Merry hospital nov
Dixon May Incorporate.
, The town of Dixon has a popuh'tio:
of 400 people. It Is much larger that
other ineorjKjrated towns in Scot
county and it has not yet taken a Ivan
tage of the general incorioration ar
end established its own independen
government. However, it is now in
tending doing so. The agitation to in
corporate is being mooted and t hi;
year will see Dixon ranked with I,;
Claire, Buffalo, Princeton, Blue firass
Walcott, Kldridge and Hettendorf. th'
other legally incorporated towns o:
New Manager at Turner Hall.
The Davenport Turner hall Iu' ha
selected a new manager to replace O
U. Yctchkoe, resigned, in the pcrsoi:
of Fred Brunnengraeber, who for sev
cral years has been connected with tin
Fred Abel stand on Second street
which was recently purchased by O. B
Yetchkee, the retiring manager.
Yesterday morning at his home, on
the corner of Rock Island and Front
streets, occurred the death of l,ouif
Jaeseke, after a long period of illness
nt the age of nearly (": years. Louis
Iaeseke was born in I'rignitz. Brand
cnburg near SarglelM-n, Germany, ir.
3S42, and came to Davenport in 11
direct from the fatherland. In 170.
In (Jerniany. Mr. Ieseke was imiied
In marriage to Miss Pauline Kirsch
fitein, who survives him with two
children. Mrs. Anna Sexton, nee Lacs
eke, and Iuis Laeseke, Jr.
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
tind Mrs. Francis Green on the I'tica
llirfge road, occurred the death of their
Infant da'ughter. Vera Christian Green,
tit the age of 1 year and months.
A sad affliction befell the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dawes, 7:'.'J East
Fourteenth street. yesterday when
their daughter. Corena L. Ifciwes. died
of paralysis of the heart, following a
complicated attack of tonsilitis and the
Rrip. Miss Dawes was born at Chilli
cot ho, Ohio. Sent. S. lssl, and was
therefore 2' years of age. She came
to Davenport with her parents when
but two years of age.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
Estate of Cornelius Welsh. Proof of
Nenrlv Everybody Has
Don't Know it.
Food Stops in the Bowels and Rots in
the System The Results?
Decay, poison and pollution, nt only
of rvvrvlluiiK In ". but of v-ry
mouthful von fh.cll Ht In tt- future,
until you Kt rti of constipation.
!.. von won.l.r why you have bad
tilood. hxl brath. !'r !. pimples, sal
low complexion. sour ami .list.ao.l
Honvich. ilei-ny. l Iuiirm. bad liver. .!is-
-tiMt'il kulni-vK. t-mle troubles, typhoid
fever, a ppeiidi.-i t is. weak loss, m-rv.mj-IH'ii.
run down and Kener.il bad health,
when everv drop of your blood con
tain the (!rm of roiunir food?
t'.et clean rid your system : this
foul mass that is nnib-rmitiiiitr your
liealth. i;ool lnnlth is within leaeii if
you will Beoept It
A bhvsl.- can't help you makes you
.ors, Ixou know this from ex periniee.
It paralyse the bowel rnus.-Jes and in
. lease "the sloppaue. Mulls Ur.ipe
Tonic Is not h phvsi.-: dlnVrs t rem any
thing else known. It take the poison
strengthen the bow. I muscles
make veil entirely new. wret and
.-lean Inside, same a a eastile o.,p bath
make you outside After "',"""';
Home food, fresh air and exercise will
!. the rest.
U i not too late to recover your
heHh." Act today. One bmi!" f
Mull tli- Tonic d.s wonders it Is
unlike any thins else you have ver
used Two or three bottle may cure
y.xi nt!relv suppose It tak'S MX
voni! be thankful
Serins Is here. It time to el.-.m
house and tone up inside. M il! t.rape
Tonic will (iiv you new. c.ean. Tr-,i
)w1v Your loss if you do not accept it.
Tht offer may not arrfr pa.n.
Send this coupon vour druc-
clst name t Mull I'.iape Torn
eompanv ;i Third vTiue. P.i-K
lsnd. 111., and recelv- ai "rV.r ''"J
vour drunitlst for a free bottle of
Mull OratMf Tonic.
totice of petition for probate of will
nade. Depositions of subscribing wit
lesses taken in open court in proof of
xecution thereof filed and approved
.nd will admitted to probate. Petition
)- Ann Welsh for letters testamentary
iled. Petition granted. Oath as execu
rlx taken and filed. Individual bond
if said Ann Welsh as such executrix
iled and approved, security thereon
e'ng waived in and by said will, and
etters testamentary issued to her. M.
A'. Battles. Jr., P. H. Dohrn and John
V. Schmidt apiointed appraisers.
Estate of Sarah E. Bedford. Claim
f Apple Bros, allowed in class 7 at
Estate of Henry Heitahrends. Proof
if death. Will presented for probate,
'etition for probate of will filed. Hear
ng thereon set for Saturday, April 22.
.t 10 o'clock a. m.
Estate of Herbert Pettit. Report of
inal distribution filed and approved.
Executors discharged and estate clos
ed. In re guardianship of minor heirs of
.'hriian Ebeicke. Guardian's report
iled and approved. Petition by puar
lian appointed in Webster county. Mis
souri, for transfer of said ward's es
ate to said guardian in said Webster
ounty, Missouri. Petition granted,
ertified copies of said letters of guar
iianship being on file herein.
Estate of Kathryn McKeevcr. Final
-oport and settlement of administrator.
Hearing on said report and settlement
et for April 21, 1'J'iS, at I 'o'clock a.
n. Ordered that administrator notify
leirs by publication.
Estate of Wiiford P. Lauriault. In
ventory filed and approved. Petition
for private sale of personal property
iled. Hearing thereon and same grant
ed. Estate of Charles E. Lemon. In the
natter of sale of real estate to pay
lebts. Answer of guardian ad litem
Estate of Catherine Collins. Author
ty given the executor to pay to Fath-r
f. F. Loekncy his legacy of I5'' upon
-aid IK-kney giving to said executor
jood and sufficient indemnifying bond.
Estate of Sarah Elizabeth Bedford,
filial report of executrix filed. Waiver
if notice by heirs and distributees filed.
Said final rejxirt examined and approv
ed. Estate of P.yron Gordon. Claim of
i!rown & Christianson allowed in class
7 at $;. Claim of H. N. Stone & Co.
tllowed in class 7 at f2.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Ellen Kiley. Annual report filed and
approved. Guardian ordered to pay to
ward, William Calvert, his distributive
sharo, he having arrived at the age of
Estate of Jacob Flickinger. Claim of
J. M. O. Bruner allowed in class 3 at
$lo. Claim of A. H. Wendt allowed in
class 1 at $77. Claim of Simonson &.
Schafer allowed in class 7 at $lo7.
Final report and settlement of executor
filed. Hearing thereon set for April
20. Urns, at 9 o'clock a. m. Ordered
that executor notify heirs and distribu
tees by publication.
Estate of Louise Roiling. William
H. Zeigler, Henry St ruse and Frank
Zeigler appointed appraisers.
Estate of James A. Axelson. Final
report and settlement of administrator
filed. Hearing thereon set for April
20. 1005. at 9 o'clock a. m. Ordered
that administrator notify heirs by pub
lication. Pnxf of lieirship made and
Estate of Nancy B. Faviile. Proof of
notice to heirs filed and approved. Fi
nal report filed herein Feb. 13, 1503.
approved. It appears there is nothing
for distribution herein, said administra
tor discharged and estate closed.
Estate of John Milkr. Final re?ort
filed and approved. It appears there
is no further distribution. Widow
waives balance of award. Administra
tor discharged and estate closed.
In re delinquency of Paul Ballinger;
2 o'clock p. m. George C. Wenger ap
IMiintc 1 to appear for and defend said
delinquent, state's attorney appearing
for people. Jury impaneled and sworn.
Hearing and cause given to jury. Ver
dict that said Paul Ballinger is a de
linquent boy and that he is under 1C
years of age. Ordered that said delin
quent be committed to the custody of
the sheriff of this county until further
order of the court.
Licensed to Wed.
John G. Laird Mineral. III.
Miss Mabel Haugh tkinson. 111.
Brayton H. Briggs Ruck Island
Miss Ixiula Alters Rock Island
FARM WORK HAS BEGUN
Ground is Now in Fine Condition for
Work, Frost Being Out.
Ihiring the past few days the warm
winds have taken much of the moisture
out of the ground and in the country
the spring work has commenced in
earnest. Fields are being plowed and
the farmers are preparing to sow oats.
The frost is all out of the ground and
the indications arc that the spring
work will be rushed.
Although the winter has been ex
tremely cnld. the fall seeding is in ex
cellent condition. This is due to the
heavy snowfall of the winter. Both rye
and w heat are doing very nicely, while
timothy and clover are in perfect con
dition. The pastures are also in good
condition and the ground is in first rate
shape for spring work.
MIDLINE ffitlTIOII. !
Writ -Br ame nad Jiti tll-
H I MM"1"1 Pe- mt laprr and
mall at mn nit a I ht rP"-
Your drujrglst sell it. The cue dol
lar ImttI contain nearly tbrcc times
in fifty cent !
Pave Second Avenue.
In a few days the board of local im
provements will receive a petition sign
ed by a majority of the property own
ers on Second avenue between Seven
teenth and Twentieth streets, asking
for the paving of these three blocks!
with brick. The petition has been in
circulation for several days and it is
announced that a majority of the prop
erty owners have affixed their names to
the paper and that the rest of the pro
ceedings are in order. The petition
calls for the paving with brick of Sec
ond avenue between Seventeenth and
Twentieth streets, in reality it being an
extension of the present paving, which
stops at Seventeenth street.
Y. M. C. A. Inst:tute.
The Moline Y. M. C. A. has received
one of the 14 state institutes which-are
to be held throughout the state next
month. The one to be held in Moline
w ill be on Tuesday, April 4. The board
of directors take dinner at the local
quarters at noon Tuesday, after which
they will discuss the business manage
ment. At 2 o'clock educational work
will be discussed. At 3 o'clock the
boys' work will be talked on, and at 4
every phase of the religious depart
ment of the association will be thor
oughly talked over, and then again at
G o'clock every member of all the com
mittees will take supper and discuss
"volunteer" service. At S o'clock in
the evening A. M. Bruner, railroad state
secretary, will give a lecture on "Start
Wants Wrestling Match.
Harry Mays, the champion wrestler
of Canada, and well known to sports of
tha tri-cities. has again sprung up and
is anxious to meet Moline's wrestler,
Hilding Ardahl. A communication has
been received from Mays' manager, F.
E. Martin, of Chicago, together withi
$23. which is posted to bind a match!
with Ardahl. The event is to be pulled
off in this city any date brfore April
K!, and to be eatch-ns-catch-can. Mays
agrees to throw Ardahl two times in Co
minutes or he loses the money.
Charles F. Comfort and Miss Lillian
P.arsel, of Moline, were married at the
parsonage of the Presbyterian church
Tuesday afternoon at " o'clock, Rev.
W. M. Story officiating.
New Carriers Named.
The two additional carriers granted
the Moline iiost office will go into serv
ice April 1. They are James Ander
son and John Wind. Every route of
the department ir, the city has been
rearranged. Of the two new carriers
one will be mounted and the postmas
ter is authorized to expend $2i a year
for horse hire, the carrier to furnish
the horse and regulation cart and keep
the cart in repair with the sum appro
priated. Registration Greatest.
Tuesday was registration day and it
developed that more voters were regis
tered this year than ever before in this
city, including registrations for nation
al elections also. The total registra
tion was 3.214. The various precincts
showed the following figures: First
ward. 037; Second ward. 333; Third
ward. 3 IS; Fourth ward. 733; Fifth
ward, first precinct. 3o3: Fifth ward,
second precinct. 3oo; sixth ward, first
precinct. 0S3; Sixth ward, second pre
cinct. 100; Sevmth ward, 3M1.
Go West to Wed.
Two Illinois girls one of them from
Moline today are speeding westward
on the Golden State Limited to meet
the men whom they are to marry. One
of them is Miss Bertha Adelmnn of
this city, and the other is Miss Coo. of
Henry, i hey will reach San Francisco
Saturday night, and Monday they will
be united in marriage to two employes
in the customs office there. Llenry Ro
len is the prospective groom who will
claim Miss Adelman as bride. It was
in this city he wooed and won her. and
last fall he went west. Finding that he
would be unable to return for his bride
for some time, and not wjs'ung to tie
lay the wedding ceremony longer, ar
rangements were made by the bride-to-be
for the trip west and the marriage
in the land of the setting sun.
of Musmsi BJatore
All the news all the time-ARGUS.
B0Y IS FOUND DELINQUENT
! Pattl Ballinger Committed to State
I Home at St. Charles.
i Judge E. E. P.trtrenter. in the couc-1
ty court, entered an order committing
Paul Ballinger. aged 12 ears. to the
state home for boys at St. Charles,
a jury yesterday afternoon having
found him a delinquent. He is the
adopt Hi son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Is the cause of the moot dread and
deadly diseases that afflict humanity.
Rheumatism, Boils, Carbuncles, Scrof
ula, Running Sorea and Contagious
Blood Poison are some of its manifes
tations. If afflicted, don't take a remedy
that is worse than the disease. Beware of
preparations containing mercury and
other mineral poisons, or your last state
will be worse than the first.
Is prepared exclasirely from roots,
herbs, etc It is the most thorough,
effective and lasting blood purifier in
existence. It will positirely and per
manently cure any form or stage of
blood poisoning, eren those caused by
poisonous remedies. Costs only $1.00
per bottle and from two to three bottles
wl convince anyone of its magical
effects. Isn't it worth trying? Gt it of
your druggist or sent direct by express
in a plain sealed package.
E. A. SEXSEWALD A CO..
BOO tikkory Street. St. .oats. fo.
When Uneeda Biscuit were first introduced, a conservative
"They are all right as far as they go, but they won't satisfy the
worker. The worker, you see, wants something solid, and substantial,
and plain like potatoes, cabbage, or beef. These delicate and crisp
biscuit, packed so daintily, in air tight packages, will not appeal to
him any more than winter strawberries."
That sounded like good reasoning. But fact upsets theory.
Workers everywhere have been great consumers of Unccda
Biscuit. The outdoor worker, seated at noon upon the sidewalk,
a house wall for his back rest ; mill hands in the mill yard, seated on
comfortable bales; teamsters and draymen, on their high box seats
all have eaten Uneeda Biscuit, and their wives have eaten them,
and their children have eaten them.
Another conservative took another view:
"Uneeda Biscuit are all right," he said, "to sell to the work
ers, but you must not expect to sell them to the more prosperous peo
ple. They are too cheap. 5 a package that kills Uneeda Biscuit
so far as the wealthy are concerned. The price should be higher
they are worth it."
That, too, sounded reasonable, but it also turned out to be
The worker eats Uneeda Biscuit because of their goodness.
The wealthy eat them because of their delicacy.
The whole world eats them because they repre
sent the highest value as a food product pure, whole
some, good. The best soda cracker made.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
MUSCATINE MAY CEASE TO
BE HOME OF "QUAKER OATS"
Great Western Cereal Company Closes
Plant and it May Not Resume
Muscatine is in danger of losing it y
chief industry. I,ast Saturday even
ing the (Jreat AVesiern Cereal com
pany's plant in that city shut down be
cause of a lack of orders, and its open
ing again is a question. It is said
that the shut-down may be for CO days,
six months, or for a much longer per
ixl. It is generally believed by the
employes that the busy days of the
plant are over, and that if operated at
all it will be when an excess of orders
have been received, by the company
and oti r mills are too busy to handle
The operation of the plant gives em
ployment, to many persons and before
its absorption by the combine it ran
two shifts and was in continuous oper
ation. Fince the Great Western Cereal
company purchased the property, it
has nm when orders warranted it, and
at otli. r times it has closed down un
til orders accumulated.
$S.70 Peoria and Return.
Via the Rock Island March C and 31,
good for return up to April 3.
Very Low Rates
Via the Rock Island April 4 and IS to
a number of points in the west and
south. Ia'ss than one fare for the
round trip, good for return within "1
Are you going to Portland or Califor
nia this spring? The Rock Island will
have tickets on sale to Portland and
return at the rate of $r0.2", and to 1s
Ang.-les and San Francisco $oT.T. A
one-way rate of Z to a California
point is now in effect. Call at depots
or city office for full information.
the Iackawanna and West Shore
Train Xo. 4, leaving Chicago at 2:30
p. m. daily has through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Buffalo, New York
and intermediate points.
Train No. (1, leaving Chicago at 9:13
p. nr. daily lias through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Ft. Wayne, Cleve
land, Erie, Buffalo, New York and in
termediate points, arriving at New
York early the second morning.
Rates always the lowest. Write,
"phone or call on nearest ticket agent,
or John Y. Calahan. general agent,
Nickel Plate road, 113 Adams street,
room 298, Chicago. Chicago depot, Ia
Sallo and Van Buren streets.
IMPROVEMENTS IN IOWA
Rock Island Road Contemplates Num
ber Coming Summer.
The Rock Island railway has several
projects for the betterment of the road
in Iowa. One of the chief of these will
be the laying of SO-ixmnd rails from
West Liberty to Elmira, thus giving
that line a trackage of the same weight
from I)avenjort to St. Paul. These
rails have arrived and the work of lay
ing them will commence the first of
A fine little station has just been
completed at Packard, up on the Es
therville line. While not a large dc
I"t, the building is handsomely con
structed and will be an ornament to
the village of Packard.
An improvement is to be the replac
ing of the old stock yards at La Porte
City with new ones.
A new steel bridge is under contem
plation to frpan the Cedar a little north
of bnn, the present bridge being old
and somewhat out of date. It is expect-,
c! that work on the bridge will be be
gun in the not far distant future and
that it will be completed this season.
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to snow cr rain a cold comes.
will cure in one night itwill always prevent
acoM if taken on corning in out of thi wet.
Delightfully pleasant to tho taste. (Joo'l
for chil'iren. Good for cvcrylxxly.
No Excess Fare Charged on Nickel
Its trains are composed of the best
equipment, consisting of through ves
tibuled sleeping-cars, in both direc
tions, between Chicago, Cleveland.
Buffalo, New York, Boston and Inter
mediate joints, with unexcelled dining
car service, meals being served in
Nickel Plate dining cars on the Amer
ican Club meal plan, ranging in price
from 3 rents to $1; mid-day lunch
eon. 5' cents. f
Train No. 2. leaving Chicago at
10:3.1 a. in., daily has through vesti
buled sleepers for ro.- to;i, via Ni tl
Plate. West Shore and Boston :ft
Maine roads, and through retlbule'ri
sleepers to New- York and t:rt-rmed-icte
points, via Nickel Plate and both
Il.-itdnru Dur to a I.UIdk Mlaatr
Many p-ople. even unto the present
day of grace, consider baldness due to
Nothing is further from the truth.
Baldness is caused by the onslairghtof
a minute organism which -cret-s itself
beneath the scalp and attacks the roots
of the hair, ca-ising it to lose Its life
and fall out.
This organism cannot be got rid of
except by the free and persevering use
of Newbro'ii Herpicide.
No matter how badly the scalp i.s
affected, the dandruff surely rlisappears
and hair health is restored when Her
picide is applied.
"D- stroy the :.-o, you remove the
Sold by U-ading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent-
Lart H-jv-ember I T.-iS t Jccn vHh a revere rrrfd
cr A.cxi-h. I a fco::'3 cf ".: -JiM e r pcc.toranl siwt waa
net bencJittd Ii t!io lict: I tn tried another murxUxi
ecu ;h cure. with n? bctirr ren-lta than with the epeo
t-jr-nt. i v.-a; then rocrDtnnc-.dcd by a dnierlst Covlne
ton. C.. ht7 Dr. Dell's Plne-Tar-Honer'and efer ualnj;
ere t'c r-elo I .-as completely rare-t. This stlmor.ial
was uniollcired. but you oro ai liberty to lire It In any wry
you may choose. In my ottnlon you have by (ar the best
couch medlclng on the market. Yours truly,
I K. Momm. O'.i. Co.
Crea Oouaha and
J UiVOB atronrfin to wno .zings
Ojt of a Tct-1 cf over 3,000,000 bottles sold during- I j
1903, en a. positive guarantee, only five IhiUIp wero re- j y j !
turned in:;!:ir! ore oat cf every '00,000 Lotties so5l. i t.
I s.ooK rrn t;;z tzn cm tc ccttle." s. "skX'i'-;'f
25 cents. 5C cent and $I.OO Bottles. 4 -vi--"
Prepared by E. 12. SUTHERLAND 71 CD ICING CO., Paducah, Ky.
.1. F. iUIIMAN. , W. II. HAItKISOX.
American Plan, i!00 Koohih.
Opera IIotiHc in Connection.
Davenport, Iowa, March 16, 1905
Western Flour Mill Co. ,
We use ' ' G0LDRIM ' Flour exclu
sively in our hotel, because it gives
us good results. Also because we be
lieve in patronizing home industries. 3
Yours very truly,
(Signed) GORMAN & HARRISON, 4