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DTHH ARGUS. MOT)AY, JULY 17, 1905.
Emory Harrison, the real es-tate deal
er, has concluded a deal by tbe tortus
cf which M. D. Petersen granted a
long lease of two stories cf tLe build
ing at 20C West Third street to Lkv.d
Jevne of Chicago. T!l. Preparations
will be begun at ouce to establish one
of Ih fines-t billiard halls in this, see
tlon "t I lie country.
Firemen at Picnic.
The Veteran Firemens' association
held its annual picnic at Suburban I si
and park yesterday. Elaborate prepar
ations were made for tbe event and a
most enjoyable afternoon end evening
The Glucose works is closed this
week, undergoing the usual repairs af
ter a steady run of five or six month.0
which was prolonged somewhat later
than usual by the heavy demand foi
the company's goods. The plant is to
be made ready for reopening during
the week of the 24th, and possibly on
Tho members of the board of equal
Jzatfon, who have been in session at
the city hall for some weeks have re
ported their figures to Assessor Jeppe
Blerring. Tbe board lias made the
greatest raise in the vain- of taxa'd"
property thai have ever been ma.le :
one time in the history of the city.
Over 4oo value have l--n changed
and tiie taxable value of property, n-ui
and personal, has been raised $!i-r. -'"
Miss Itascbid, the Assyrian woman
who bit Constable Byron Ruiiit-ev on
the arm while the latter was serving
attachment papers upon the proper!
owned by her brother, was lined $r.o
and costs by .lu.-iice Dilzcii on the
charge of assault and battery.
Within the t-hort space of 1. . s 'ban
three months, death has twice vir-it-ed
th" home of William C Myers, of
221 West Sixth street. His wife. Mrs.
Dora Myers, died Saturday. On April
27 their youns son. Carl W. Meis fell
from a barn near i-:ihth and Main
Streets and sustained inj'iiies which
proved to be fatal. Mr-. Myers was
84 years of age.
Jt'A ILWA Y TIPS .
Go to Chicago via the C, K. I. & P.
railway July -' The round trip tale
is but $3 if you Pave on tbe excursion
tra"n from Rock IsTaniit 6:53 a: m..
Mo! me at 7 a. m. You can return on
any of the daily trains up to and in
cluding the 11:30 p. m. train of July
$-j to Chicago and return via the
Rock Island .luly 2o. Train leaves Rofk
Island a? f 55 a. in., and Moline at
7 a. ra.
You em return via any one of the
nine trains daily from Chicago up to
1 1 : 3o p. m. July 21, if you go via th
C, R. I. & P. railway on tbe Chicago
txcursiou Jul- 20.
Tbe Chicago excursion leaves from
the C, R. I. & P. depot, Rock Island, at
6:55 a. m., and Moline depot at 7 a. m,
Thursday, July 2'; $5 round trip.
The C. M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping car res
ervations made to any point desired,
for further information, phone any of
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tickets on eale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905.
To points in Iewa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every lirst
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. Paul.
Chicago and return $3. The Svea
.Sinking society and Swedish Olive
chorus of Moline, will leave on a spe
cial train over the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway for Chicago. Thurs
day, July 2o, at rate of $5 for tbe
round trip. Train leaves Davenport at
if.'.W a. m.. Rock Island at 0:45 and
Moline at 7. Tickets good going only
on special train. Tickets good return
ing on any train any day to and includ
ing July 21.
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,
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
boards of health and charitably in
clined persons, the death rate among
children is very high during the hot
weather of the summer months in the
large cities. There is not probably
me case of bowel complaint in a hun
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all leading druggists.
Gees to Joliet.
Herman Brandt departed last night
for Joliet to take a position with the
large jewelry house of George B. Fea
gans company, manufacturers and re
tailers. Mr. Braudt-will have charge
of the company's shop and will super
vise the work of eisht men. He will
also do engraving for the company.
Mr. Brandt retires from Josephson's
jewelry store after four years of serv
ice. Officer After Him.
A sheriff from Pontine. Mich., arriv
ed in the city Friday evening, fortified
with requisition papers, through which
he hoped to take back to Michigan
Howard Clifton, a Velie Carriage com
pany employe, who is charged with
abandonment. He returned home with
out his man, as Clifton left the city the
day previous. It is understood Clif
ton went to Chicago and that he in
tends going from there to Pontiac to
face the charge against him. Clifton
was arrested a few days ago by local
officers on a telegram from the Pontiac
sheriff, and was given a hearing be
fore Justice Ingelson and released on
arguments presented by Geor?e W.
Wood, whom Clifton retained as coun
sel to fight his case. Clifton, it is held
here, is not guilty of abandonment.
Promise All Night Cars.
As soon as the hotel is completed at
New Shops the Rock Island r;.ad will
immediately commence making up a
few trains at the new yards, and it is
understood that the Mississippi Valley
Traction company has agreed to give a
street car service all night, every hour,
for the accommodation of the railroad
men. Material for the new yards is be
ing rushed on the grounds and men
will be put to work as soon as enough
rails and ties are on the grounds, so
that work can be commenced with a
large force. As soon as the yards are
completed the interurban company will
then establish a half-hour service dur
ing the whole of the night, extending
between Sixteenth street. Moline, and
the shops. Railroad authorities in
charge of the Rock Island are very
anxious to have some of the terminal
headquarters established at New Shops
immediately and are bending all their
energy with that point in view.
Company F. has increased its quota
from 27 to 47 men during the last year.
Capt. M. H. Lyon and the members of
the company are inclined to disagree
with the estimate placed on the com
pany by Col. Kittilsen in an interview
a few days ago. The boys will leave
The complexion is the true indicator
of the condition of the blood
Nature gave us all a good complexion
to start with. By restoring natural con
ditions, we may still have it.
Muddy, sallow or blotchy complex
ions show a poor condition of the blood.
Pure, rich, red blood brings the heal
thy, ruddy glow to the cheeks and bright
ness to the eyes.
The blood gets all its nourishment
from the food we digest and carries it to
every part of the body.
Pimples, arising from impure blood
can only be cured by purifying the
Purify tho Blood.
STRUCK THE RIGHT
I received tbe sample of Dyspepsia Tablets
seut me, for which please accept my thanks.
1 ued them according to directions and they
helped me considerably. . When they were
gone I procured another lottle at a local
tlruiT store, and yesterday I got one more
bottle. I tind they are a grtuid. vonl u:cdi
cine, and they helped cc more thau anything
I have ever t.iken.
The Luxocomfits that came with thrni are
a very .uooj tliiu for constipation.
1 lme hail Dpepia
lor the past ten a cars,
at ti::;cs juitc I ad. I
l'.avci'ccu treutco b the
1 ctor. but be ht lt d :ne
very iitlle. i think I
lrivestiiick t'ic riijit ine-'luiiK-
in lr. Kicn..rdi
Dyspepsia Tiil.Uts, snd
I wi-.ii to th.iuk u very
kiudU- fer the interest
you have 1 4 '.(.- in tuy
L. W. STIU.WELL,
Providence, R. I.
They do whatever digesting the stom
ach can not attend to, and supply the
blood with pure digested food which it
transforms into the necessary nourish
ment for every part of the body.
Then there is no longer any fer
mented or poisonous undigested matter
in the stomach to force its way into
The blood is pure the complexion
is clear and bright
This is the natural way to purify the
Send for a free sample of the tablets
and see for yourself.
At all druggists 50 cents, or you may
order direct from us.
Say Dr. Richards tlvice to the druggist.
Dr. FICrUBQS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION,
S3 and 55 Worth St., N.w York City.
There is a story of an old lady who made up a batch
of mince and apple pies.
Wishing to be able to distinguish one kind from the
other she marked the mince pies T IY1 for "tis mince"
and the apple pies T EV1 for "taint mince."
The baker's marks on the ordinary run of bakery
products are of little more value for purposes of identify
cation than the marks on the old lady's pies.
2tofZfR is. a trade mark that really identifies
v that enables you to distinguish the
world s best baking the Biscuit,
Crackers, and Wafers made by the
This trade mark appearing in red and
white on each end of a package guaran
tees the contents to be of highest quality
pure, clean and fresh. To learn
something of what this trade mark means
try a package of either of the products mentioned below.
An appetizing nibble
with the flavor of the
refreshing lemon. A
revelation in modern
Unique little biscuit,
in much favor with
those who want
Possessing the rich,
nutty flavor of graham
flour u nlike any
graham crackers you
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
ior camp next Friday with probably 50
men. almost double the number sent
to camp a year ago. Following is the
roster: Captain, Marvin H. Lyon;
first lieutenant, Charles A. Laurin;
second lieutenant, Holland A. Willis;
first sergeant, George C. Gibbs; quar
termaster sergeant. T. E. McDonald;
sergeants. Gluey, J. C. Poole, Charles
Swisher. E. W. Simmons; corporals.
Joseph Cox. W. L. Sutherlen; buglers,
J. Pierce, W. Wood, Arthur Peterson;
cooks, Carrington, Hussey; privates.
A. II. Hussey, A. M. Peterson, John
Hauberg, E. A. Fitchie, George Kern-
merling. R. ,. Savage. W. Hedling,
Ed Melin. C. Plunkett. H. C. Swisher,
E. M. McCoy, Ira Reeves. Jay Shadle,
Brindle, A. Dreecher, J. Wilson. G. Wil
liams. Prince, L. A. Reeves. Kennedy,
E. S. Hussey, E. liloomquist. W. Tim
merman. W. De Leon, Hjalmar Peter
sou. W. D. Evans, S. A. Anders, May
Held. Bjorndahl, Schonip.
Wed Tomorrow Evening.
Tomorrow evening will take place a
wedding of more than ordinary interest
that of Charles E. May, formerly of
this city, but now of Bloomiugtoii, and
Miss Anna Johnson, of this city. Mr.
May was formerly part proprietor of
the Evening Mail, for which paper
Miss Johnson has been employed as
bookkeeper for about eight years. In
the Mail oflice the romance started,
which has continued through many!
years and which will culminate in the
wedding tomorrow evening at the home
of the bride's father, John Johnson,
U3 Sixteenth street.
ing bond in the sum of $1,400 to be ap
proved by the court. Executor's oath
taken and tiled.
Estate of Anders R. Cervin, Final
report of administratrix filed and ap
proved. It appears there is nothing
herein for distribution, that no fur
ther notice is necessary herein. Said
administrator discharged and said es
Estate of Benjamin Waldmaun. Re
linquishment by widow of right to ad
minister and nomination of Anna Cor
co ran for administration filed. Peti
tion of said Anna Corcoran for letters
of administration filed. Petition grant
ed. Administratrix's oath taken and
tiled. Bond of said Anna Corcoran
lilted and approved and letters of ad
ministration issued to her.
Real Estate Transfers.
J! II. Guyer to Abbie K. Craig, lot C,
Mock 172. East Moline, $3,000.
Abbit K. Craig to H. A. Weld, lot C,
biock 172, East Moline. $.150.
Henrietta Iwe to Estelle R. Miller,
tract in nwVi. uw',, 17, 16. 3w, $1.
P. H. Wessel to Albin Werme, lot 19.
block 1, P. H. Wessel's First add., Mo
C. H. Pope to Bernard Schneider, lot
10. block 189, East Moline. $425.
George Spaid to Orra Moody, lot 9,
B' kher fc Sighworth'a add., and part
block 10, Ambrose's add.. Port Byron,
Orra C. Moody to Minerva Spaid. lot
Belcher & Sigsworth's add., and part
part block 10, Ambrose's add.. Port
John Weckel to Peter Nelson, tract
in seVi. nw'4, 17. lw. $1.0o0.
Licensed to Wed.
Asher M. Bragg Rock Island
Laura M. Iirvenz Geneseo
SUMMER THEATRE OPENED
At Suburban Island Park Last Night by
Dubinsky Bros. Show Makes Hit.
The new summer theatre was packed
to its limit last night. The opening
olav was a four-act comedy entitled "A
Messenger Boy," as presented by Du
binsky Bros". Wallack's Theatre com
pany. This is without doubt the best
repertoire organization that Davenport
theatregoers have had the pleasure of
witnessing in years, and It goes to say
without exaggerating it in the least
that this company is a great deal bet
ter than a good many of the one-night
shows that play in the tri-citles at 25,
35 and 75 cents. The show is engaged
for an indefinite run. changing plays
and siteclaltles twice a week, on Mon
days and Thursdays. There will be
special ladies' and children's matineo
every Wednesday, Saturday and Sun
day at 3 p. m. Performance every
night at 8:30.
Advertised List No. 23.
Following is the list of biters re
maining uncalled for In the Rock Island
postofflce for the week ending July 15.
1905: R. T. Ansbury, James Bennett.
Frank Bridenthal. Mrs. K. S. Cnilas.
Mrs. Josie Dagenbardt, E. M. Dawson.
Mrs. Rena Dines, George Edwards.
Robert D. Foster. Mrs. G. W. Gray don.
P. W. Hazel. Frank Henry. Miss Chris
tine Johnson, Harry Logan. Dan E.
Madden. Val Manens. Christian Mar
tin, Mr. Moore. Miss Elizabeth Morri
son. Miss Gladys Nelson, J. A. Nelson.
J. C. Nelson. John C. Orr. Miss Pearl
Pannell. C. E. Sill. O. R. Sprinkle.
Bruno Vanache, Glenn Van Alia, A. K.
Vanderinere, Jessie Volk. Mrs. Emma
Willis. Mrs. K. I. Willis. Foreign:
Thure 1 Strotnbeck.
T. H. THOMAS. P. M.
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why moth
ers prefer One Minute Cough Cure:
First, because it is absolutely harm
less; second, it tastes good children
love it; third, it cures- coughs, croup
and whooping cough when other rem
edies fall. Sold by all druggists.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E
E. Parmenter presiding.
Estate of George D. Medill. Proof
of publishing and posting notice to
creditors filed and approved.
Estate of .John F. Kuhl. Proof of
death filed. Relinquishment by all the
heirs-at-law to right to administer and
nomination of James W. Simonson for
administrator filed. Petition of said
James W. Simonson for letters of ad
ministration bled. Petition granted up
on taking the usual oath and filing
good and sufficient bond in the sum of
$4,000. Oath as administrator taken
Estate of Henry S. Beeney. Proof
of notice of petition for probate of
will made. Depositions of John E.
Wray and Frank Reynolds, two of the
subscribing witnesses to will, taken in
open court in proof of execution there
of filed and approved and will admit
ted to probate. Petition by John W.
Beeney and William I Beeney for let-
This Enormous Sale
a Sure Sign of Excellence.
1540 Million Bottles
' ? . . . , -. - - - . . .
Bud weiser sold since 1875. This exceeds the output
of all other bottled beers. There must be some reason
for this popularity, and if you will taste a bottle
Budweiser you'll know for yourself.
Budweiser is brewed and bottled
only at the home plant of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass a
St. Louis, u. s. A.
Orders Promptly Filled by
A. D. Hueslnfj, Distributor. Rock Island. 111.
Corktt or Tim CfP4
' eJ upon taking the usual oath and fil-
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