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THE "ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1905.
Don't Neglect Your Child
Worms often cause life-long weakness and suffering and in
some instances they have caused death by clopgin the intestines.
If your child picks at the nose, grinds its teeth; is troubled with
bed-wettinp, restlessness at night, peevishness, fretfulness, sour
stomach, diarrhoea, dark circles under eyes, foul breath, thin,
pale cheeks, rits and convulsions, it shows strong symptoms of
worms. The best, easiest, surest, rleasantest remedv is
IHCKAPOO WORM KILLER
It has restored thousands of children to robust health. It is an
excellent tonic and invigorator of the whole system.
"Kickapoo Worm Kll.'er has tiKpKl our two childrn
worwit-rfuliy. We uw1 two tuxes auJ I Lava not noiir-ed
any symptom of worms since. Ii aino rratly hlp?d, if
not ntirf)y rur-.i. tb-m both of wetting;.
ii'forf we IftirT.eiJ of Kickaxoo Worm KlUpr
we tnMl tliret or fourlifferm worm remedies
wttuout bent-tit. I liop that my letter may
lnfluenceiHli'-r mothers who are worried Dwut
tbeirrhiWrentotry KK-kapoo Worm KUler."
Mrs. Tli. NixK-n.-CM 17ih Ave., Moline, 111. i
'"e Kickapoo vv orm Killer is mval
k uabie fur all stomach and intestinal .
troubles of adults. 25 centsa pack-
ace, druggists or by mail. Sam
ples and advice free.
KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO.,
- Clintoovilte, Conn.
I -5-. flfc.
M tchell & Lynda's to Change and
Become a State Institution.
BOY'S ARMS BURNED
IN TORCH EXPLOSION
APPLIES FOR A LICENSE
Organized as Partnership by P.
Mitchelj and P. L. Cable Nearly
Half Century Ago.
Mitchell & Lynde, bankers of this
;ity. are taking steps to organize as
he State- Bank of Rook Island, with
apita! of J2f'U,-:, and surplus of
S1"h.0"o, an application for a certificate
of incorporation having been forwarded
'O SprintfkM today.
The pasair.ir of this private bank
n:o the lis: of fta.;e banks narks the
WFlGSlt The best grown in the Northwest
An exiert in his lino. Years of experience and
strictly up-to-tlate in every respect.
All the newest and most modern ma
chinery. Not an old-fashioned corner
In the mill.
WESTERN FLOUR MILL CO.
Harry V. Clayburn, Jr., Injured in Ac
cident at Rock Island Battery
Harry V. Clayburn. Jr.,
avenue, received severe
2.3:; Seven tn
burns on his
irms this mornics while at work at
ihe plant of the Kock Island Batterj
company. Third avenue and Fourth
street, about 10 o'clock. A irasoline
orch with which young Clayburn was
workinar explodetl. throwing the burn
ing fluid over his bare arms. He was
?iven medical attention at once, and
'lis injuries, though painful, will not
irove dangerous. He will be laid up
for a week or more. The explosion
caused some alarm anior.g the em
ployes, and a fire call was sent in. the
department responding immediately.
The services of the department were
not required, however, no Maze being
started by the explosion. The plant of
the battery company is located in the
'juildin? formerly occupied liy the
Reck Island Shoe company.
.ViLL RAISE FUND
Mayor Authorized to Proceed
With Subscriptions for
a Waiting Station.
CITY SCALES WILL REMAIN
Opinion of Several Aldermen That Tri
City Railway Company Should
Furnish the Depot.
Is now in full
your choice of
a lot of men's
suits worth up
Look in Our Windows,
cials Every Day.
M. C. R.ICE, Prop.
I'M. I IMli I1 1 ! I I'
Of I'r.si.nt Banking House of Mitchell
elimination in name, at least, of the
oldest bank in the sta"'. In 1 V; P.
Mitchell and I. L. Cable, under the
style t,f Mitchell & Cable, bought out
th? banking business, then conducted
en the same premises, bur in an older
buildinir. by the banking iirm of Cook,
Sargent A: Parker. There were then
four banks in Rock Island. After the
panic of TjT and 'o. Mitchell & Cable
were the only survivors.
I.jimIc IIiin lut-rv-l.
In ISCh the iate P. l. Cable sidd out
his inten st to the late Judge Cornelius
I..ynde. since when the bank luis been
conduct d under the linn name of
Mitchell I.yn.le, the present member.-,
of the firm, however, being of the
sgcouu gi neraimn. wv... all !Jie s'liviv-
nig children ol ihe late P. I,. Mitchell
tnd the late Cornelius l.ynde. The a!'
fairs of the bank have been conducted
for soni years by Phil Mitchell and C.
In Mitchell k l.vnde organized
tiie First X.Hionil IJnuk of Kock Isl
and, whose rharier number was No.
les, mid i!),. iat,. . , Mitcliell cmu
tinued as president of that bank until
I Viii, wlnn it was n urged wit h the
luisiiif ss of Miu-h. 11 ;,nd Lynde. .latr.es
M. Ituford was cashier of the First
Nation.i I bank.
The present members ot the firm of
Mitchell K-. l.ynde will rtain tkyir in
terest in the new organization, and a
limited amount of stuck will be sold to
SPIRITUALISTS GO TO CAMP
Twenty-Third Annual Gathering at
Clinton Begins Sunday.
The Mississippi Valley Spiritualists
association will hold Hie 2.U annual
cainptiieeting at Mt. Pleasant park in
Flinfon. Iowa, from July :! to Aug. 27
inclusive. On the opening day, next
Sunday. Hon. Wjllhnii Jennings Hryan
will make the principal address anil
many otinrs than the spiritualists are
looking forward to the privih ge of
neanng the Nebraska!! orator. The
subject of his address will be "The
Prince of Peace." Among the other
speakers who will be pre st nt. during
the season ;ne Moses Hull. Mrs. l.atira
Ik Fixeii. Mrs. K. S. Liilie. Miss Flia
('. Preston. Mis ICiiz.ibeth Harlow, Mr.
V. J. Cdvi!!e. (leorgia Cladys Cooky,
John V. Kin and a number of tit hers.
Miss Susie Merk left today for a visit
at Kansas City.
Simon Weinberg -r. of Chicago, is a
guest of A. Mosenfelder.
F. R. Kuschmann has returned from
a Chicago business trip.
Mrs. Annette Johnson has departed
for Kansas City, Mo., for a visit with
The Misses Grace and Florence Hall
leave the latter part of the week for a
visit in Dubuque.
Mrs. W. H. Sage, of Omaha, is visit
;ng in the city with the family of Hen
ry Carse and other relatives.
Miss Nellie Welch departed toda
for a visit of several weeks duration
in Detroit and vicinity of the great
H. H. Treffer leaves tomorrow for
New York city and from there sail
July 2! on the steamer New Zealan
for Dover, Fng. lie will visit in Pari
lenna. and London in order to get a
the latest fashions in tailoring.
Mrs. Stuart Hareer. whu lias been a
fiicted with an attack of typhoid fev
has suffered a serious relapse, and
summons was sent to Dr. H. 15. Fai!
of Chicago, to come and act in consul
tation with the regular physician. H
arrived today on a special train.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Trimble a
children leave for Chicago today
whence Mrs. Trimble and children pro
ceed to Lake Wt riuetonsing. Mr
Trimble's visit will be brirf as he ex
iiccis to return to Hook Island in
few days aftc r u bushej.-s trip
Mrs. Cora L. Hasimau and daugh
ter. Miss Klsie. Mrs. Charles W. Dm
limn and daughter. Miss Mary. Mrs
Ada McFie and son. and Mrs. Samm
Hd wards and son, Samuel, form
ii.:is:itit nartv which denart ! nda v on
a Diamond Jo steamer for a trip to Si
Paul and return.
Entertain for Friend.
The Misses Schneider and Hammer
er entertained a number of friends last
evening at the home of C. F. Hammer
er. for their friend. Miss Klizabeth
Ceiling who expects to return very
soon to her home in Fort Madison
Iowa. An enjoyable evening was spent
with music antl games. Delicious re
ficshments were served.
Break Up Camp.
The party of young people who de
part td from this city for an up river
camp some time ago, chaperoned b
Mesdames Frysinger and Connelly,
have broken up camp and returned to
Hon. Wm. Jennms Bryan
Will Deliver HU tiiva! A Mr.
THE PRINCE OF PEACE,"
At Mt. ri.-as.uit k.
Clinton, Sunday, July 30.
Reduced R.ates on the I. & I.
DONT MISS IT.
ISLAND CITY PARK
Gome called at 3:45
Vest, rday at noon Hannah S. Poll
man and John C. Flannigan were tinn
ed in marriage bv Kev. J. F. Locktiev.
the ceremony taking place at the par
souage of the Sacred Heart church.
T. S. Club.
The T. S. club, of Moline. entertain
ed a larue party of friends at tbeir
dance at the Tower last i veiling.
Central Church Guild Meets.
Tie Cfiitral church guild will meet
tomorrow afternoon at ' o'clock with
Mrs. Lohr. 1"2: Seventeenth street.
A grim Tragedy
is daily enacted in thousands of homes,
as death claims, iu each one, another
victim of consumption or pneumonia.
But when coughs and colds are proper
ly treated, the tragedy is averted. F.
G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes:
'My wife had the consumption, and
three doctors pave her up. finally
he took Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds. which
cured her, and today she is well and
-tron;." It kills the perms of all dis
eases. One dose relieves. Guaran
teed at 50 cents and $1 by Hartz 4:
Ullemeyer, druggists. Trial bottle free.
Thr World 'a Flnrt li-pttU
In Mexico City a i.eiv hospital n.
recently b-en completed which hail
n rival In the vi-orM t.-day, say th
Metroiw-ditau Macnzlnf. It Is built on
the French d'-ta. bed plan and coils;:
of thirty five building-, ea' h tifty feet
apart, built on the most modern an-i
approvetl sanitary lines, with a tnajr
nliieent oiratit theater and a com
plete system of isolated wTirda for all
At a special meeting of the council
last night the body authorized the
mayor to pncced with the raising of
funds for the erection of a local and
nterurban transit waiting station on
Market square, the city scales to be
operated therefrom, the city to bear
ihe expense of placing them there.
Will ot Almmlon cnle.
One of the questions before the coun
cil was as to abandoning the scales as
city property, and at first, this seemed
o meet with favor, but it was opposed
jy Aid. Sexton and several others so
strenuously that it was finally decided
'hat they should remain. It was esti
mated that the city falls short $ loo pt-r
year on this property, and it was sug
posted that this amount be used in
testing the other public scales of the
city in order to guarantee the patron
Company Mi on 1.1 llullil.
' I believe that the Tri-City Railway
company shouM donate the $2.loi nec
essary for the erection of a waiting
station instead of Sl.ttoti," said Aid.
SeMon. There seemed to bo a general j
opinion that it is up to the corporation
to furnish the funds for such a place,
and so:::e even went farther and ex
pressed their opinion that the company
ought to put in one of its own without
compelling the city to use the stree'
for that purpose.
Million n r-"oll .
"A waiting station is certainly a ne
cessity." said Aid. Andor.-on. "and it
is a wonder that the company has not
provided for its patrons in this manner
before. I think the idea of the city
erecting one either in whole or in part
is out of the question. When it comes
right down to it, the street enr com
pany should furnish the d pot as is
done in other cities. Hut I also believe
that if the Retail Merchants" associa
tion and the Uock Island Club and ci:
i.ens should take the matter up. we
would have one in short order."
With reference to the city abandon
ing the scales on Market square. Aid.
Kckhart said: "I am not only in favor
of retaining the scales, but believe that
in time the city should take over all
public utilities. I am for municipal
ownership, out. and out."
Aid. Uobbins said ihnt he would do
nate $.".it of his salary as alderman for
the waiting station fund. The mayor
hail the promise of Jl.ouu from the Tri-
City Railway company and will pro
ceed with his effort to raise the full
amount, which will be about SiMtuo
I lie proposition is that the money
shall be donated for Ihe purpose and
the street used as a location, no per
son but the city having any ownership
In or control of the property.
Nicholas Phillip It ckst rotn died at
:: yesterday afternoon al his home.
i:i:i0 Forty-second s;reet. after ; short
illness with a complication of ilix.-.-.s. s
He was born in Sweden, Aug. 1ft. ISpi.
came to America m istui and had be. n
an employe of the Moline Wagon com
pany since i hat time. The wife and
five children survive, the latter b Inn
Mrs. Phillips Thomas and Nicholas.
Harry, Robert, and Ruth, all of this
city. Ihe funeral will be held I'hurs-
lay afternoon at '':::o p. m. R--v. VZ. K.
Jon son, of the Swedish Zioti Luihiran
church, will otliciate and interment
be at Riverside cemetery. Moline.
The funeral of Mrs. Fauil Vatiti.g
hi in was held thi.- morning from S;.
Paul's Catholic church. Kev. .1. 15.
Cuele'inan conducting the services.
Ruiial took place al St. Mary's ceme
cordial imitation is extended to
the- public to join with liroadway Pres
byterian church in their annual outing
Thursday. The steamer W. W. paves
it 2 o. in., returning at 'J. Members
and frienls of sister churches an- s
p.-cially invited lo join ((roadway.
Pleasant time' aboard the; boat. Musk
by the' orchestra, special programs, etc.
llring your lunch or be- se rve on board
the boat. Tickets .10 cents. Children
Robert O'Brien Recovering.
Friends ef Robert O'Urien will be
pleased tojearn that reports from St.
Anthony's hejspi'al are te the effect
that he is re- ov-ring nicely from the
ffe-cts ef the ope ratiem he le ntly un-
Went there. He was injured at the (;!
christ mines six ye ars ago. in an acci-
l-nt. and this was Ihe s-.-ci.nJ opera
tion noo-.-sitat'd by the- injuries he re
ceived at that t ime.
Sickening, Shivering Fit
of apuo and ma'arki. can be relieve!
and cured wish F.I.ertic Hitters. This
is a pure tonic medicine; ef rprcaj
eneht in malaria, for it exerts a true
curative influence on the disca.-e, driv
ing it entirely out of the system. It 5
much to be preferred to quinine, hav
ing r.eme of this drug's bad afte r -c ff-cti.
S. Mundayof Ik nrlet ta.Te x write .-:
"My brother was very ! w :;h rr.aUr
Jal fever and Jaund.ce, till he took
Electric Ei'ters. which saved his life.
At Hartz Sc Ullemeyer'a drug fctore;
I price 0 ccn.H, guarantee!.
Broken lots of Men's Stylish
Suits of the Stein-Bloch Co.
marked at a great saving in
price. $20, $19, $18 and
$!6.50 Suits at
Regular Suits that were
S12.50. $10 and SO are
marked down to
Somrners & La Velle
$Hovv About That Vacation?!
Saved nearly enough to take that trip you planned and
now you're thinking of giving it up. Your wife had her
heart set on going, too, a. id it will be a disappointment. If
it's only a question of money, we can help you out. Rath
er embarrassing to be away from home and have to tele
graph for money, especially when you don't know just
who to telegraph to. Start with enough. We'll loan it to
you on your furniture, piano. Ivorses, wagons or other per
sonal property and leave the property in your possession.
Pay us something each month and you'll never miss it.
Reasonable teims. entirely private and you get the money
just as soon up you need it. Glad to give you full informa
tion and quote you rates.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY, 3
Mitchell S. Lynde Block. Room 38. !
Office houn 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evening. Tele- A
phone West 514. New Telephone 6011.
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Sueees-t"ul treatment if you are- sulterin. fiom neivou; Debility, Kx-han.-tien.
Drains. I'hysie-al D'-cliue. I',M"' F.'i'eui. Yuiieoc. le, Failing
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DR. J. E. WALSH.
WOMEN " ' vrji
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I'w. Mv-D-i'iti I Vi-riiiii ; l- h ro i .t ion t It. ' it Ti 1:1 1 i s f 1 1 lle:nl-
B ache, ItacUache'. Consi ipat ion. Ne uralgia, Palpitation ef the He art, or
any other e-hrunie 1 i ase.
8 TOU KNOW
Q That Dr. Walih i the only vpei-ialisi who ever remained in the t ri
ft citi.s or two ais. Vim ulsi Know he has b n liwaied iu Dave-n-
port 11 yar. You must know v.hy Dr. Walah lemains p. i maneut ly
O ir heaue he curcj Ins pat.cnts.
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O Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 X
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O Office McCullough building, 124 West Thind street, Davenport, la. J
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I Knraltralk Street.
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