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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1905.
Fits and Convulsions
It is generally acknowledged by physicians that fits and con
vulsion are caused by worms in the majority of cases. If
allowed to continue they undermine the entire nervous sys
tem, often resulting in fatal brain diseases. Other symptoms
of worms are thin, pale face, dark circles nnder the eyes, indi
gestion, fickle appetite, picking at the nose, coughing spells,
grinding of the teeth, sudden waking from sleep, unnatural
thirst, hard, swollen bowels, bed-wetting, etc. To remove the
worms surelv, safelv, painlesslv, give
KICKAPOO WORM KILLER
a harmless candy tablet, recommended by physicians and
praised bv mothers as the world's greatest medicine for chil
dren. Mrs. J. W. Potter, DallasCity, 111., says:
"Our tf-n-year-olcl chili! owe hi life to Kickapoo Worm Killer.
He bad pani from time to time, and although we irx tored him a
frrrat deal with the best physician we could not care him. When
he had had eleven I heard of vour worm tablet, aiwl ffave aome of
tbem lo him. After uidj? two ooze he wavcured, ani ha had no
trouble Biacc, Your Worm Killer put an end to doc toring.
We have thousands of similar letters from grateful mothers.
If your child is ailing, KickapoosWorra Killer will cure. It .
is also without equal for stomach and intestinal troubles of
adults. 25 ctnts a box, druggists or by mail. Samples and
KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO., Cllntonvllle. Conn.
Crana Ropf da. Mtcrv
tecurc relief elsewhere.
"Soon after I began to take
Wine of Careful I could see that
I was beginning to get back
That is the comment Mrs. Seymour
If you are sick you can take Wine of
Cardui and secure health and strength. If
other medicines and other treatment have
failed, that will make no difference. Yew
women have taken AVine of Cardui at first.
Jlj f:tr the greater number of Wine of
Cardui euros are women who could not
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
No. 48 Straight St., Uuand Kapids, Mich.
I an plt-ased to endorse Wine of 'ardui as I found it so beneficial to
restore my .tr-ngtlj aftT my baby was born. I couM not seem to get well
Hough t b up and al1 to dj in v 'ui 1", and as 1 had ben in bed for six
wwkd tlii- was rather sorio'is, but ooi aftiT 1 began to use Wine of Cardui I
fonid h'c tli.it I was bcjnnin to gi-t bark my strength. In another week
I wu abi to st up mo! of tint day and in a mouth I was able to be up and
uo inof-t of my work. 1 think it is y si
fil'inlid iiH'daiiiB for a woman and
can certainly pi v it in;'ln"t j-rame.
Ttuictii, woman a iNDi-rraiAL lbaou
Tin Hani which is to n'ii's'iit 1 1 1 . -('.-(',.
Turin is nt Molin at the hit;
1 ui nt'fst at Indianapolis Jun' 21-2." has
b''ii m 'u rii 'I. Tin .Miiliiu' stH-ifty wil!
Mini lo in' n. Tin- uvular tram will
b made up nf r-lht an I I'lcrt' w ill lie
two Mihsi i; ut i's. Tii." ini-ii who wil!
mal.- up the Maui and suiist it in cs are:
llilpi.tr VoIKinati. .Mix i t lltii kson. Kub--rr
Iir.snii, Will Ifcilnn. tutu Km-iii.
August I'lii linn. An liur Nelson, i Iroi Kc
(iiviius. (Mari no1 1 la 1 !-lir. I-'rcd Voik
man. Building New Flat.
A. P. I.undqiiist, w lit i 1ms tli.- ron
tract for tin- new pn-sst.-d brick tl.u for
Auimisi Pauls. n that is beini; ercteil
(Ml Tllirtt-fllt ll Street Netwt'ell Kourili
and l-'it'th aemies, is nishiii. tin1 work
iiloni; rapidly. When :nplet 1 this
will !. one .f the finest Hat buildings
In th.- city. It wil! accommodate four
ri nn apia
I I It i IJ 1,1 all' . f
families and will include every modern
ron enienre . The buildinK v'' '(
in the iie:uh!j.-rliiKjd of $H.tH'0.
Rev. Hall Again Called.
The annual nu-eiiim of the members
of the rnitariau church was held Mon
day eenin in the parlors of the
cinin h. Tliere was a larj;e atteielance
ainl the reiMirt of the committees on
the year's work was very j;rat:fyiiij;.
The finances of the church are report
ed in ool condition. Dr. Medley Hall
was called ami w ill serve as pastor for
another car. Officers for the ensuinp
year were elected as follows: Treas
urer. 1". II. Kracke; secretary. Miss
I.na A. Could; trustees. T. I). Wheel
oek. Miss Carrie Wicse, Ira A. Oodell.
C. V. CouM and J. A. White. It was
decided to make several improvements
in the interior of the church In the
way of decorating, etc.
John Anderson, millworker employed
in the small arms plant at the arsenal
was united in marria.se Monday even
in;: to Miss Kinnia Olson. Rev. John P
Miner oinciuur.K. I lie wedding was
celebrated in th" home of the bride
launr. .Mrs. (an Larson, at 7S'. Four
teerith street, which was handsomelv
decorated for the occasion, the wed
itnif: colors. j:rccn and white, predoiu
ln.-uinj;. mhiip tinny guests were pres
-nt. all of them relatives except Mr
and Mrs. M. A. Ainsworf h. in whoso
fciie the bride has ix-en employeil for
t he Iat few years. The wedding march
was piaet by Mrs. J. P. Miller, an-then-
was vocal and instrumental urn
mi- by Mcsdames Miller and Irson.
A delicious wedding supper was serv
ed. Amoiii: the many sifts was a check
ami a sift of china from Mr. and Mrs
Ai!iworih. Tin- bridegroom has a hom.
prepantl at 74."i Fourteenth street.
Kishtten ntlnisiast ie bird
with lunch hexes esterday
early car on Fifre-nth street.
I r-sp-ct iark. At Twenty-eighth ave-
ti'ie Mr. Tunnicliff met the party and
. . . 1 t , . 1. . I s ...
i'"t iiincoi u.c iaii.es ami nie numer
ous Nixes and packages to his home in
hi.-, surrey, tlio others walking to the
hoj-pitble ho.-uc on the brow if the
hill nvt i -'tn kiiij; Ibn'k river valley.
They foiin.l that the home had been
made readv to receive tln-rti tin u.
who are ncedin?afir rate blood purifier, jcuut of the usual Decoration .lav
cloudiness it hail been decided to have
I the projected oicnic indoors
Molly Springs, Miss , March 24, 190,3.
While building lailruads in Tennessee
some twelve yeais s a nuniterof hanls
contracted fever and various forms of
blood anl skin discas-s. I carrictl S. S. S.
in my cmmivary and ).ive it tomy bands
with most jiatifyins toults. I can recom
mend S. S. S. as the fu;cs.t irctvratiou for
Malari.i, chills and fever, as well as ail
blood audbkin diseases. W. I. McGowan.
I suffered crt'tly from Boils, which
would break out on different juirts of my
1h1v. I saw S. S. S aivetti.-.-il and after
lisinjl about three lottles I was cured,
and for the la.st three years have had uo
trouble whatever. A. W. Zi-.bek..
217 Read St., livansvillc, Ind.
I bc;anusin; your S. S. S. -roliably ten
ycats mzo for Malaria and blood troubles,
and it provel so j;ood lh.it I have con
tinued ever since umux it as a family
retuetly. It is a pleasure for me to recom
mend i. S. S. for the Itenefit of others
tonic and cure for Mal.iri.t
Arkansas City, Ark. C. C. IIeuingwav,
Soils, abscesses, sores, dark or yellow
plotches and debility are Mime ot the
srnptoms of this miserable dieasc.
S- S. S. counteracts and removes from tha
t-looa all impuri
ties and poisons
and builds ht the
entire system! It is
ly vegetable remr
cty. Write for med
ical advice or any
tion about C4.V.
th9 Swift Specific Csmpaay, Atiactz, Ci
straK lire added to the charms of the
hreakfa.-t. I;rl talk was the order of
One of the greatest blessings a mod
et man can wi.-h for is a good, relia
hle set of bowels. If you are not the
happy tmssosnr of such an outfit you
cm greatly improve the efficiency of
those you have by the judicious use of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
let . They are pleasant to take and
agreable in effect. For sale by all
Theatre at Island.
An out-of-door theatre is being plan
I ned for Suburban park and will be
jerecte.l and put into operation as soon
(as jossIfle. The theatre will be built
jto hold 2.001 people and w ill be model
ed after the plan of the out-of-door
theatre at the Watch Tower. From
the inn. or pavilion, at the park, to the
entrance of the roller coaster, there
has already been installed a row of
attractions sdmilar to a midway. Dur
ing the season, also, it is stated that a
carnival attraction will be added.
Goes on Stage.
Alfred O. Uieek. a well known
young man of this city, has surprised
his friends by leaving his borne wi;h
out previous word and adopting th?
stare as a profession. He was engag
ed in the office of the Glucose Refining
companv. but. becominu ambitions for
a higher line of work and one in which
there was more opportunity for him
to work out his future according to
his own inclinations, gave up his job
and left the city. It is believed by his
friends here that the young man has
joined the Van Dyke & Eaton stock
Firemen Out of Tournament.
Chief Piening says that Davenport
will not he represented at the Fire
men's tournament which will be held
at Council Bluffs during the week be
ginning June ". Me is still chafing un
der the ruling of the Davenport team
out of the hub-and-hub race at the last
tournament because of a mistake made
hy one of the horses, although Sioux
City's team and men made errors
which, instead of ruling them off the
track, entitled them to try the race
over again. 1 ney would not even al
low us to run off a tie." was the way
the chief put it.
Body in Basket.
Undertaker Mert K. Dowling was con
siderably surprised yesterday to ob
serve a colored man walk into his place
of business with an ordinary market
basket upon his arm and stated that he
had a dead child which he desired to
have buried. Mr. Bowling inquired of
his caller as to where the child was,
and was almost taken off his feet when
the father uncovered the basket and
exjiosed the nude body of the child.
The litle one had been liorn dead, and
in their ignorance the parents were un
aware of the custom of calling the
undertaker to come after the child,
and so the father put the little body in
the basket and brought it to the un
dertaker's shop himself.
Rock Through Car Window.
Agent Hinrichs, of the C. M. & St.
I, road, called at the police station and
showed a Utter received from the su
perintendent of the road wherein he
was directed to notify the police that
a stone was thrown through the win
dow of a chair car as it was entering
the city Monday night at about 10:?,o
o'clock. There was 110 one injured,
however, but the railway authorities
desire an investigation on the part of
Marry J. McFarlaml. deputy clerk of
the local federal court, has received
word from the federal court at Des
Moines, notifying him that Judge Smith
Mcpherson had issued injunctions
against the strikers in this city at the
can works and that injunction blanks
had been forwarded to him. these to be
filled out and served upon the defend
ants. Tlie restraining order is issued
in the name of the American Can com
pany and against the United Metal
I Workers' local union, its members, of
ficers and all confederates. The order
enjoins the strikers from intimidating, i
coercing, molesting. or interfering with
any of the employes at the can plant,
or for them to loiter about the place. A
huge number of injunction blanks have
been forwarded to this city and the
American Can company is authorized
to have these filled out ami served
against each and every .striker whom
they have reasons to suspect may at
tempt to or have in the past interfer
ed with the business of the company.
Something like a week ago Marry
Morris, freight instiector at the Mil
waukee depot, scratched his right hand
upon a nail. The injury was apparent
ly so slight that Mr. Morris thought
nothing more of it until several davs
ago his hand became badly swollen
and intense pain set In. Then it was
ascertained that blood poisoning had
ensued, and since that time Mr. Morris
has suffered greatly, the pain extend
ing through the entire arm and well
into his body.
Law in Way of Sewer.
There having been considerable crit
icism of the state board of control on
account of its attitude in not granting
the big North Davenport sewer an
easement across a corner cf the Or
phans" Home property, attention has
been called to a written opinion by At
torney General Mullen a couple of
years ago to the effect that the board
of control has no authority to grant
such permission to" municipalities. A
special act was passed by the legisla
ture giving the city of Marshalitown
the right of constructing a sewer across
state property at the Iowa Soldiers"
Home, and such action, it is claimed,
would be necessary in the present
Many friends of the family will be
sorry to read of the death of Mrs.
Fred Kuntz. which occurred in Chica
go last Saturday night, after an opera
tion performed in the hope of . saving
her life. Mr. and Mrs. Kuntz removed
from Davenport to Chicago about a
year ago. The husband had been ship
ping clerk for the Central Newspaper
Union, and connected for a time with
the Davenport Republican.
At his home. 1121 West Third street,
aged S5 years, Monday evening occur
red the death of Paul Brandt, one of
the best known residents of the city
and county. Deceased was born June
1, l$2u. in Kirchspiel. Ivenstedt. near
Rendsburg, Germany, and came to
cago. $10.10 to Indianapolis and re
turn June 19 to 22. $01.2! to San Fran-!
Cisco and Los Angeles and return on!
different dates in May and June. For
full information write or call on depot
agents or F. H. Plunimer. C. P. A.
Colorado Service via C R. I. & P. Ry.
Through service leaving Rock Island
at 12:4 noon, arriving Denver 11:45
a. m. next day. Leave Rock lsjand 3
a. 111.. arriving Denver s a. in. following
day. Leave Rock Island in: 10 p. ni.
arriving Denver S:4." p. ni. Come and
see u before arraiii;:n:T for your Colo
Truths that Stride Home
Tour grocer ia honest and if he cares to do so can tell
you that he knowa Terr little about the bulk coffee he
sella you. How can he "know, -where it originally came from.
now it was Dienuea or Wlin wnai
or when roasted? It jou buy your
coffee loose by the pound, how m
you expect purity and uniform quality f
Excursion to Dubuque. Sunday, June
11 $1.50 for Round Trip.
You should not nii-s this opportunity
to spend a delightful day in the beauti
ful city of Dubuque. Only $1.50 for
; roun.l ir.p. 1 rain leaves .101me a. j
in.: Kock Island .:1j a. m. : Davenport:
7::i a. m. Returning, leave Dubuque
l' p. r.i. Tickets now on sale at all
Chicago. Milwaukee fc St. Paul ticket
offices and at Paul lierndt's. 210 Har
rison sin-cr. Davenport. Remember, ev
eryone cordially invited. Excursion
ists have free admission to the park.
P. 1 HINRICHS. P. A.
is often as great as a woman's. Cut
Thomas S. Austin, manager of the Re
publican, of Leavenworth. Ind., was
not unreasonable when he refused to
allow the doctor to operate on his wife
for female trouble. "Instead." he says,
"we concluded to try Electric Hitters.
My wife was then so sick she could
hardly leave her bed, and rive (5) phy-
sicians had failed to relieve her. After
America with his wife in the spring of j inking fTlectric Hitters, she was per
18CS. Until 18SS0 he resided on a farm jfectly cured, and can now perform all
out on the Ixicust street road, when he! her household duties.' Guaranteed by
removed to Davenport,
six years ago.
Mis wife died
WEEK COOL BUT ON WHOLE
FAVORABLE FOR FARMERS
Martz & Ullemeyer, druggists; price
Crops of All Kinds Make Fair Growth
The Pastures Are Very
All the healing, balsamic virtues of
the Norway pine are concentrated in
1 Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, na
ture's own remedy for coughs and
The weekly crop bulletin for Illinois
for the week ending May 2!, l!o5, fol
lows. The temperature during the week
was slightly below the seasonal aver
age. The week opened cool, and so
continued until the 2Sth, when there
was a marked increment in tempera
ture, maxima of 80 degrees and over
being registered. Showers occurred
over a greater portion of the state on
the 25th. heavy measurements being
recorded in some portions of the north
ern district. The rainfall was gener
ally tuneful and beneficial. The weath
er, with the exception of the interrup
tion on the 25th. was favorable for
farming operations and considerable
progress was made.
The bulk of the corn crop is in the
ground in the regions of heaviest pro
duction, and elsewhere planting is be
ing pushed to the utmost, ami the work
will practically be finished during the
ensuing week witn lavoratiie weainer.
Much of the early planted failed to
germinate, and considerable replant
ing will tie necessary, in me central
district, where the crop is most ad
vanced, some cultivating has been
lone. The plant wherever showing has
not been growing under favorable con
ditions, the nights being too coed for
Oats are thrifty and very promising,
an adverse rejMirt being the excep
tion. Rust and black heads are show
ing in some wheat fields, and others
are heading low, but the impairment is
not widespread, the general condition
of the crop continuing favorable. Rye
is heading in the northern district.
Forage grasses are making luxuri
ant growth, and the outlook for hay Is
very promising. Clover is blooming
in the northern district and the pros
pect for this crop is quite favorable.
Meagre reports indicate a decreased
acreage planted to broom corn. Pota
toes at this time give promise of a
heavy yield: gardens are doing well.
Strawberries are ripening fast in the
central and northern districts and give
promise of a heavy yield of good qual-
Chernes are being marketed in
Publicly itii!or-i! dv tlie Si!iK-riiitiiileut of
the great PKOi'LE'S MISSION, who bays it
PEOPLE S MISSION.
V;iOwDr:ton, I. (V, tvtiniary 20, VMM. .
Th Orrtne Co., Inc., U a-Kintrton, l.
Mit lfineii : ItiH vi' ry --r;i n mg ithIwhI for m
to report to you th.tt Orrint liu jrovn to my wiitim
-t i-f m lion that it Is a kji ip.t- It tlr ittiWeiKieert. A
l tiriit who tt'l hi'Cii drinking atou! & pint of
H li)Hkfy & ilay Tor a frrnat many erNwuH coni
tHtly ruril wtthm tun il.iys tnnn the tiuir hrtcok
I h lirnt tl? !' (irnn, mm h 11 now rettifil to
lriM t .rity. I iiall l l to h&ve y u nUr
any purlin to mfor a venfl at ion of truant tttfinrii t.
1 am coiivuit-4) ( rrmt a a cur for that te rnhlV i in
vast. drtiiikeiiiiefK. Wt-hiutr yoti $ rt mirnH, Iain,
Youravery iruly, W. C. MrMICHAEL,
Sui'tjriutemJeu 1 1'm'i'le'B Miatttuu.
HON COFFEE, the LEADER OF
ALL PACKAGE COFFEES. Is ol
necessity antform In Quality,
strength and flavor. For OVOt A
I QUAITIJt OF A CLYTITY, LION COFFEE
has been the standard coifee In
millions ot homes.
LION COFFEE u rtmny pka
t oar factories, ud until paa la
Tour hone, fcoo m cttaaco of blaa oaal-
terated. or of coming la contact wlta daat.
dirt, gtrmi, or unclean hands.
In each racK ot UON COFFEE you get one full
pound of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine,
(Lion head on every package.)
(Save the Lion-heads for Taloabla premium.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
A SIMPLE HOME TREATMENT !
SI nerl mcure ffimnni naiirnn Kiinwl
' " " , Vedire, buyOrrineNo. 1; furvulun-
BO. 'I rary treatment, buy Orruie Nu. 2.
CURE EFFECTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Rook on Drunken ueait '( . ml )f rM iri reunaC,
Orrine uiatltliieaJeilutt recit l $1 0U hy
The Orrine Co., Inc., Wabhiugtou, D. C.
Sold aud recoiumeutJed by
H. O. ROLFS,
llurprr Hoiinp l'linniiii' , Jt-L. InIiiikI.
' THE ONLY WAY"
to St. Louis.
Tho dik-apo & Alton railwuy will run a special cheap
excursion from IVoria ami Pt-kin to St. Louis Saturday
morning, Juno 1. I'.m.V Leave Peoria Saturday C: U) a.
arrive St. Ixuiis l:
!l 111 Kill.
Special fast train returning leaves St. Louis Sunday
":15 p. in. Here's your chance to visit in St. Iouls. For
further infoi nmtion. address,
A. D. PERRY,
(eneral Passenger Department,
tlie southern district. Blackberries and
raspberries are promising. Tree fruit,
except peaches, is generally promising,
although much complaint is made of
Money Loaned on Household Goods. Horses Wagons, Buggies. Harness,
$50 FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD $50
thin blood. It causes pale
faces, white lips, weak nerves
and lack of vitality. A blood
enriching, fat producing food
medicine is needed. Scott's
Hmulion goes to the root of
the trouble, strengthens and
enriches the blood, and builds
up the entire system. For
anaemic girls, thin boys, and
enfeebled mothers, it is the
standard remedy. It builds
up and .strengthens the entire
system with wonderful ra
pidity. Well nd you a sample free,
i. i;o, 4v I'cul ht , New York.
The C, M. & St. p. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-city. sleeping car res
servations made to any point desired,
for further information phone any of
C, M. & St. P. Summer Tourist Rates.
The C, M. & St. P. railway will sell
round trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 15, to Sept. 30,
1905, to various summer resorts in
Wisconsin. Final return limit. Oct. 31, j
C, M. . St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale every
l uesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905.
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or caJI at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
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Low Rates Via the C, R. I. A. P. Ry.
Commencing May 23 on sale daily-
round trip tickets to Portland at' rate
of $50.25. Tritb choice of routes in both
directions. Daily on aad after Jane 1
round trip rates to Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo at rate of $24.00.
tC. t. trt Milwaukee and rUnrn Tr.no 1ft
to 22, choice of three routes from Chi-
This is very private.
Being just a little "knocked," I thought I would do
business on the square for 30 days only. Now listen.
Don't read this ad and then forget it, for this Is no com
mon "store. trash" news, but an up-to-date business
proposition. I have $5,000 cash for the express purpose
of buying second hand goods of every description. Will
allow no one living to undersell or overbuy me. All
orders of the three cities will be promptly attended to.
Call, write or telephone your order. When you go to
move or clean house, or exchange, or store or sell on
commission, always always, think of what you are
reading right now, for you centainly want all you can
get for your goods. Give me a chance and I will con
Goods for boarding and rooming houses to right par
ties on easy payments. Here are a few of my special
bargains for tni spring:
I express team, harness and wagon; 1 B. B. cart and
harness; 1 Fox and Williams typewriter; 1 National
cash register; 2 iron safes; 50 bicycles; 1 complete set
Ridpath's History of the World; 25 show cases; 1 16
gauge double-barreled Ithaca shot gun, high grade; 5
Singer sewing machines; 75 second hand violins; 50
Elgin and 50 Waltham movement watches, with 25-year
cases, all guaranteed, for $7.50 each; $1,000 worth of
nw jewelry bought at a sacrifice. Am in a position to
sell or trade this for the wholesale price. Have $1,000
worth of diamonds. Almost all of these goods are un
redeemed and for sale. My store Is the cheapest and
the fairest. It is the home of the close buyer.
Open every evening until 8:30. Saturdays and Wed
nesdays until 10 P rn.
Now, then, once more. I want your household goods.
Cut out all expensive private and auction sales, give
me (the second-hand fiend) a crack at them, and I will
make somebody Py you a decent price. After 20 years
of experience I hve concluded to write a book on the
second-hand business, just to prove to you that I sell
more goods to the rich people than to any other class.
That is the reason they are getting richer. Find me and
I will please y&u-
I wijl pay $50 in cash to any person who will provt
to me that my prices are not less on diamonds, jewelry,
hardware, musical instruments, household goods, pianos
or any other security than the prices of any other bro
ker in the three cities.
I also buy or loan money on notes, mortgages, or se
curities of any kind.
Priva.te to a. Dot
The Second Hand Man
Old Phone 62. 1623 Second Avenue.