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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1005,
AT AUCLAIR HOSPITAL
Sisters of Charity Save a. Little Boy's
With Father John's Medicine.
Among e-liildreii un!-r our car.1
as ji poor orphan boy. H ears olc.
jMtoriy nourished jtnl sufTrring difflcu:
ty in breathing, rcur-h. diarrhoea, indi
ge.s:i m itnil vomiting. The sisters who
had him in charge roiisul'e l thre-e; dif
ferent doctors and they al) ppnounc:d
the v.if; hope-less, savini: that the goe'd
care l:o enjoyed was iill the help he
could have, and that ii wu useless to
fctibmit !i;m to any nw treatment.
Wlien a sifter received from ii
friend r st nt of u bon'.e of Father
.b.Li.Y n: di' in'. ;iie immediately s: an
d to ti'.e of Un- medicine t li-!
irk hoy. v:t!i ihe wonderful result
lhat ;if-r one- month and a half v.ith
tills, tn;i :;icril h- w;i improved so
much in st n;.th and s..e ihat on-
eo'ilr! hardly beileve it Wiis the same
boy t'r.a: was se-en a short time before
i:i such a bud condition. He is now
going to school and panaking of a'!
the pastimes of his sehoejlmates
something that he never before was
a Me to do.
It is therefore with the greatest
pleasure and satisfaction the tdster
rcetrtnir.ends Father John's meuicine.
THE SI3TEUS OF PROVIDENCE.
Hospice Auclair. .Montreal. Canada.
Fiitlier John's rm dicine prevents
l::t . nnionia and consumption and cures
ali t'iroat and Inns troubles. No alcohol
or poisonous drills.
Father John's .Mediein" is for sale
l" T. Ii. Tlioma.".
Has Been Around World. Fred Bow
man, another oitng man who was born
in this city and started out to see the
world. i:.is returned al. r an absence
of six yiars. During a jMftioii of this
time he served in llv I'nited States
army in the Philippine s r ie.-t but al
ter securing Ills disc harge tie entered
the Herviee of tlie British Kovcriinn n"
at Shaiiuhiii. China. It'er. returning
to tlie siuies. he loeated in California.
Hallowe en at Y. M. C. A. The Hp
v.ovih League of tne Fiist .Metholi-.'
church will gi a ! ! i llowc'cti party at
llie V. M. C. A. lotiiorrovv cenii:g.
I.'mmi imitations )iaiug been issued for
the ewelif. All members of I i:e JiSs.i-t-iniioii
and ;hir tri'inN Innc been iie
fted to attend, and a pl asant ening
is promised all.
False Alarm. S.ittitda a r pofi
ll'lhlieil ocr tlie telephone Wires that
tli' Central I'nion Telephone nnnpany
v. as erect ins Mile.- on Six'h street. Tlu
police station was t tie recipient of this
tidings and Chief Kinilseti. Officers
Kiiss and Kearney hurried with the pa
trol lo tiie scene of action. There, sure
noi!;.-!i. wctf several men busily e-n-i.MKil
in digging holes and erecting
poles. The officers learned upon in
quiry that the rnt u wi re empowered by
the People's Power company and were
placing; j.oles lor the use of the city.
Celebrates 80th Birthday. Mrs P.
It. lli'imti moM deliKlittiilly celebrated
tlie vili aiuiHersarv of In r birth Fri
day at the home of iier daughter, Mrs
M. V.. Meizgar. A number of relatives
and a ho.-t of friends called during the
day to hear happy congratulations, and
many girts or flowers and other am
(li s were received from loving friends
Among those present from out of the
city were the aired lady's son. C A
Brown, and hi wife, of Denver; Mrs.
Tubhs. of Rock Island: Mrs. W. II. H.
Iow. of Zuma; Mrs. Fin'el. or Haven
pott, all nieces. Mrs. Brcv. n is enjoy,
ilii; i xcellent health and appears to be
much yiMinger than so yars.
Ready Dec. 1. The Moline Foundry
coiiipany'h plant will be completed and
ready for biisiin ss by Dec. 1. The
company has 1m en duly incorporated
with the following officers: President,
J. It. Week; vice president, Peter Kail;
secretary-treasurer. S. S. Hoffman; su-
P rintendi ut, P. J. Kail.
i Progress at New Shops. The vari
ous bf pieces of new work at the Rock
Island's shops at East Moline is prog
r.-ssing very satisfactorily. Tlie yards
are being rilled in and tracks ballasted
although this work has been somewhat
retardeil on account of slow delivery of
rails and gravel. All of ihe e-oncrete
work on the cinder pits has bivn com
pleted and rails laid on the approaches.
am! just as soon as connections are
made with the main had the pits wil
be ready tor use. Ihe concrete piers.
of which t he-re are einlit, for the new
s'et viaduct, extending from the shops
lo Silvis. are nearing completion, and
they will soon be ready for the steed
upper works. Til' iaduet is to be o'2-i
feet in length. 21 feet wide and '27 feei
ahove the tracks and will insure a
short and safe passage from tlie new
town rifJit to the door of the machine
IMorbonia hospital. His head is very
badly cut up and the skull punctured
in various places. Across the back of
the head are two deep gashes and the
skull is fractured in several places.
Qlres rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
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When lo Doubt Consult the Best
Health is Pfe's greatest luxury. If you want health, consult Dr. Walsh,
Davenport's most successful specialist in Chronic, Nervous Diseases of
men and women.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Cimrrly i,f e'hlcago,
Kx - Siirtceeii-iri - -hi-r t,i
M. Antliouy'M Hospital.
M:iMll III. lilt III. sle- l! i-.-i ess. w..iKni.s of men. filmif menier v.
nuiii.'l t. liimoiiA .rflnrli. l v sfel sia, a.-t Ii ma. bl "in h 1 1 is. 1UI d is.-ase-.
.r"tu:.i. fll' .: kl'imy i1is.a:"S.
tlli: suiT' i inn fr.itii t ervou.- Mhausttiiii. h .iil.ti'he. Imi kaHii". i-irsti-..il.-ii
n. in V U'llal leu "f me In. irt. ..r i.iiv i.lli.r .Ii ..).-, i-vrullnr
l i: s. x sle'ui.l em. suit I ir. Walsh anil j;el the Im mill nf his vast ex-
I, i m
IMIU tli.it lr. al.-li is tie on 1 y t.p.ci.4 h t who fV. r'n ni.iiiinl in
in. ii i -.ii i. e . r t. .iits. tu also know th.,t h,- has tn-tu l.i.-.ii.i) m
tHinirt tl ymrs. ei must know that Dr. U r. nuin I'tinuMiu-
l I.. . a IS. Ill' i lllrs I.I- lalli m.
IUHriO Mt Ill.tfUl MM I r. Twenty e;irs- rxt-rit-neo lias ruat.
h- lli a master nt thse pi'!ukI' ef t orinjc etirouic d!s-as-s. . mri
.el t-iitis t' ! t ri.-lt y . in.lnrliut Kaia.l;-m .o.isni. l'jtaph.ircls
ii to. ..it. Mailt' i n.l lilicli Kreyiiriiry Cui renls.
HH . I : Is ; fnnui n riiUH' ef t)erotm nu.l phir.tl ilei hr.-. WSiv
tn..j i'Viitlis witti e-tliers nl.ili w t- ean tK'sitively rule ou in from etie to
1 1 t n .i t rm lit .-".
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
Till: 4I K!IIU K till It IIKAI.TII is n vital !;-. thfrrforf vwi cunnot
a fiord lo tlae' your case in the hands of t!io- who have huj little or no
fi.ii in l ei rieiue in thv tieatlavnt ef chronic disvascji.
OH. ll.SII'S laritf private praotie- nn.l filfnuirf rxpi-rn n.-e as mur
!! ii-ni-i nut eif S?t. Antl;on'a hi'spilal. together with Ihe faot that he
ha uri luuitlrels who were firor.mm-el liirurahte by ntl.f rn duritiic
the II vearx he has li-n l.-K-ated in lavetiport. proves rmicl iiv el y that
tie is. the i:iUt that ou shouli! consult if "i w.,r.t to get wiil.
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
:c.-l i.f i.firn,..s 'iJ iirji i.tsaU. If you can nut cu'.l. write-.
d reitii I'lireit liy mail.
Il.niri-'j to 1 a. m . I to . an. I T I s p ni. t!in:s. 1 1 :3m to 1:3ft
P- ri. tftice, 124 Wist I'toiil lri-t. Mil 'iilour!i t.uii.liiiK. I'.ntn.irt. l.t.
Factory Will Resume. The man
agement of the Glucose Sugar Refining
company's local plantfi known for short
as the glucose works, made the wel
come announcement Saturday that the
factory would start up with a full force
night and day. Monday, Nov. 6. It has
been shut down for several weeks, and
the reopening of the factory will put
40 employes at work again and be a
welcome Incident in West Davenport.
Negroes in Gun Fight. There was
a battle of bullets on Fifth street
shortly before 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing which made the residents of that
neiKhlxirhooil believe thaf a bloody war
was on between the natives of African
row. Richard Morgan and E.l Berry.
Ixith colored, engaged in a quarrel and
soon thereafter Berry drew a gun from
his hip pocket and discharged It "at
Morgan. The latter ducked and es
capes! the pa'h of the bullet. Then
began a struggle for possession of the
gun. Finally it was secured by Mor
gan who next texk a shot at Berry.
Fortunately he too missed his mark.
By this time Night Capt. Tim Mullane
and Officers Schleniter and Huber were
upon the scene of conflict and hauled
the two belligerents to the station.
Judge's Overcoat Stolen. Judge D.
V. Jacksem of Muscatine, who is pre
siding in the elistrict court room here
during the present term, was forced
to go home to Muscatine without his
overcoat. It was stolen in the library
reading room, where the judge was
spending a few minutes awaiting his
Sues Sheriff. Charles T. Cooper
plaintiff, vs. 12. G. McArthur, sheriff ef
Scott county, defendant, is the title of
rather a sensational suit filed in the
office of Clerk William Gruenwald of
the district court Saturday afternoon
by Mr. Cooper. The suit is but anoth
er chapter to the recent unpleasant
ness which passed between Mr. Cooper
and Sheriff McArthur in the court
rtHun. in which both made serious
charges against the other. In addition
to seeking the recovery of $1,000 dam
ages from Sheriff McArthur by reason
of the injury he has sustained and loss
of business resulting from the alleged
"knocking'' he has received at the
hands of the sheriff and his deputies,
Mr. Cooper further seeks an injunction
restraining them hereafter from inter
fering with the business he may desire
to transact with his clients at the jail.
Knows Nothing of Youth. John C.
Iieesc. uncle of John Keese. who has
disappeared and who is supposed to
have drowned himself, denies that he
knows anytninc about the boy's where
abouts. He has become incensed by
reports that are being circulated to the
effect that he has some information
which he refuses lo impart to o;hers. j
Mutual Telephone Company. At a
meeting of the directors it the Ing
Grove Mutual Telephone company,
articles of incorioration were drawn
up. The capital was fixed at $10,0110,
of which $:$.oiiu is paid in. This com
pany will take in the lines running
from Jxing Grove to MeCausland. El
ridge. Donahue, Noel's station and Dix
on. 1 he following were tne tnhcers
elected: President. Ii. K. Brownlie;
Vice President. Leonard Litseher; Sec
retary and treasurer. Dr. G. B. Max
well; Trustees. William Reimers Gus
tave Helken. Janus Wyer and Edward
Former Davenporter Dead. Word has
ctune to Davenport friends. Saturday,
from Jas. A. Freeman of the Freeman
Lumber company, of the death of his
mother, Mrs. Captain Joseph H. Free
man, at leroy. Ohio. Mrs. Freeman
was nearly 80 years eld. and has been
in ill health, and Mr. Freeman went to
LeKoy from St. Ixiuis em rece-lpt t)f
word ef her critieal condition. Mrs
Freeman was a former Davenporter
and her husband enlisted in the Sec
ond Iowa cavalry here, auel won his ti
tle in the civil war. He is still living,
and when he visited here recently was
trong and hearty for his so odd years.
The funeral will be at LeKoy.
Badly Beaten. Carl Schmidt, an
aged driver of a coal wagon, was the
victim f a deadly assault Friday even
.ng. He was found at i',:H o'clock ly
ing in the bed of his wagon, which
stood in the rear of his dwelling at
132'3 Vine street. Schmidt is now at
IN TIIE SUBURBS.
Milan. Oct. 30. William Smith and
daughter Mabel, of Cambridge were
Milan visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. LafTerty spent
Tuesday at the home of William Heath
near Taylor Ridge.
Mrs. Dell Williams and daughter.
Luciie, returned to their home Monday
after spending a few days in Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frost and family
of Cambridge attended the funeral of
their niece Miss Millie Tenges on Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert of Aledo
are visiting at Mr. Lambert's home in
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Smith and son
Dale, spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith's
mother. Mrs. Louisa Tindall.
Mrs. Ida Williams left Tuesday for
a visit with friends in Chicago. Miss
Williams is a sister of Mrs. Cannam of
William Kale, Jr., spent Sunday with
Mrs. Brubaker of Buffalo Prairie
spent part of the week with her sisters,
the Misses Carnaghan.
Mrs. Anna Eastman and daughter
of Moline spent Friday with relatives
William Brown and son are giving
their house on Dickson street a ctat of
The Mesdames Johnston. Wiggins,
Mcdill and White spent Tuesday with
Mrs. Ralph Babcock.
Miss lxmise Stultz and Miss Ellen
Rosenkranz were Milan visitors Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Orion. Miss
Tillie Petersem of Chicago and Mrs.
F. G. Tenges and Miss Lena of Dayton.
Ohio, attended the funeral of Miss Mil
lie Tenges on Friday.
AH the teachers frtmi Milan and vi
cinity attended the teachers' meeting
at Center Station Saturday last.
David Matthews who has been sick
is much better.
Fred Honens of Sterling, 111., was a
Milan caller part of this week.
The people of Milan will rejoice to
see the electric cars go straight
through to Rock Island .Wednesday
morning without stopping and chang
ing at Sears.
Dr. Lucy Gaynor. a medical mission
ary ef Nanking, China, spent Sunday in
Milan and delivered an address in the
Miss Maxon of Los Angeles, Cal.. is
spending a few days with J. K. Mc
Michaei and family.
The many friends of Miss Faye
Rhoadamer will be glad to hear that
she is improving nicely from scarlet
Weak, sickly, puny
children are made
strong and healthy by
34ot ctuMwfa UU arw rant fry wenw. They
eftra ruv dlt. KKkapoo Worm KkUer
laniiln rndy tablet poauvely retnea tlnv,
rariiiC bed-wetting, foul breath, rill ril m at
nulit. enwa, fiMfolnaa. cotatipauun. etc
lc tlruxipUM or fcy avail, feaatplca aa4 adm frea,
kickaaaa Matfwia C-, Clu:tavU!,Cfla.
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NOT SAFE WITHOUT
Dr. Richards Dyspepsia Tablets.
I can say with pleasure that Dr. Richards
Dyspepsia Tablets have helped ine wonder
fully. I took them ac
cording to directions anil
I am satisfied that they
did me a great deal of
gooel. They are won
derful little tablets and
I don't think one is safe
without them. I am
feeling great now, ami
am looking much better,
thanks to your marvel
ous tablets, I remain,
W. C. WHITNEY,
Providence, R. I.
arc diagnosed as Nervous Headaches.
And for those 2000 headaches what do
people usually take ?
Sedatives, Stimulants, drugs that act
upon the heart. Wrong!
They stop the headache, but they stop
it by force, the nerves get the worst
The cause is not removed.
Tferbe Ivcakncss is the resul: of nerte
Feed the nerves and they will be
Don't cat more, but digest what you do
There is more headache cure in a
Eound of beef well digested than, in a
arrel of bromide.
A well nourished body means strong,
steady nerves, a fund of reserve energy,
pure, rich blood that discourages disease
of any kind.
MAKE PERFECT DIGESTION.
They are not an artificial digester to
afford temporary relief.
They repair your digestive machinery
and make it do its own work.
Result cure and permanent cure.
They accomplish this by a disinfect
ing and building up process.
The food then, being assimilated, goes
to every part of the body, the nerves
take their share, the vital organs their's,
and what is left is stored up to draw
upon in case of need.
At all drug stores, 50 cents (say Dr.
Richards tlvice to the druggist), or send
money direct to us and we will supply
Write for Free Sample to-day.
Dr. RICHARDS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION,
B3 and 50 Worth St., Now York City.
Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Wallick Theater
Nov. 3 "A Wife's Secret."
Nov. 5 C. B. Hanford.
Nov. 6-11 The Flints.
Nov. 12 Dan Sully in "Our Pastsx
Nov. 14 "An Orphan's Prayer."
Nov. 15 "The Clay Baker."
Nov. 17 "Trilby."
Nov. 18"San Toy."
Nov. 19 "Why Girls Leave Home."
Nov. 20 "My Wife's Family."
Nov. 22 "The School Girl."
Nov. 23 "The Two Johns."
Nov. 24 Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
Nov. 25 "The Forbidden Land."
Nov. 26 Hans and Nix.
Nov. 28 "Faust."
Nov. 30 "McFadden's Row of
"Human Hearts" to Big House.
"Human Hearts," the Arkansas drama
was played last evening at the Illinois
to a full house. The play Is one that
appeals strongly to the audience, and
was witnessed last evening, by a very
appreciative one. The play is said to
be a representation of actual occur
rences in an Arkansas district.
Is Emotional Play. A play thai
should appe-al strongly to the patrons
of the Illinois is the new emotional
drama. "A Wife's Secret." which will
be seen at that house on Friday, Nov.
:i. The story of the play is an argu
meiu in favor of woman's faithfulness,
and a plea te the hearts of unforgiving
and doubting husbands.
BrofBO-Lajl (oootains do
'Quinine) breaks upcuid in
to bead In a few hmm
loavra bo bad ai ter-efleeis
I like Quinine Preparation.
llama tb vnrlr r. . .i w !
- lJ no m ini toaay iron) your drutf
Cil Amc for in Orange Colored Box
an.1 tr that th-UbH reads
Law CONTAINS NO QUININcZA
Here Three Days. Dubinsky Bros,
Wallack's Theatre company comes to
night to the Illinois for a three days' en-
gagtmient. epening with "For Home
Here fcr a Week. The Flints are to
c:ne here for a week. This is the best
opportunity that our readers will have
t j shake off the blues and thoroughly en
joy a hearty laugh. Everyone who comes
away from an entertainment given by
the Flints, does so completely satis
fied. For the laughter is genuine and
thvre is no trace of anything coarse or
low in it. They will be at the Illinois
theatre Nov ; 10 11.
Cn M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905
To points in Iowa. Minnesota, Nortl
and South Dakota. And every firs'
and third Tuesday in each month ti
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
The C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-clties, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed, for further information phone any
of their offices.
Low Rates via the Rock Island.
On Nov. 7 and 21. Dec. 5 and 19, the
Rock Island wil have on sale round
trip tickets at a very low rate to a num
ber of points in the north, west and
southw-t-'t. For full information call at
depot er city office, 1829 Second avenue.
1 Cheated Death.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
out by choosing the right medicine, E.
fl. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
lealh. He says: "Two years ago I
tad kidney trouble, which, caused me
;reat pain, suffering and anxiety, but
I took Electric Bitters, which effected
i complete cure. I have also found
them t)f great benefit in general de
bility and nerve trouble, and keep
them constantly on hand, since, as I
find they have no equal."IIartz & Ulle
meyer. druggists, guarantee them at
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples' Power com
pany will be held at the office of the
company No. 100 Seventeenth street.
Uock Island, 111., on Friday. Nov. 24.
1905, at 3:30 p m., for the election of
directors, and for the transaction of
such other business as may came be
fore the meeting.
PEOPLES' POWER COMPANY.
S. S. Davis. Secretary.
Oct. 24. 1903.
Proposals for Grading.
S ale-d proposals for grading 1,500
cubic: yards, more or less, of dirt on
Second avenue. Sears, Illinois, will be
received until 6 p. m. Nov. C. The
above is for Joint work of the Tri-CIty
Railway company and the village of
Sears, on the Tower line. The village
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. h. K. COX,
October 26, 1905.
If you want a pretty, face and de
Rosy cheeks and lovely hair,
Wedding trip across the sea.
Put your faith in Rocky Mountain
T. H. Thomas, Pharmacist.
THE GIRL AND THE BEE.
A Story of the Ignorance of a City
The city girl, coming down to break
fast at the farm house and observing
a plate of honey on the table, said:
"Oh. I see you keep a bee."
That's about the way some people
talk about the blight rjf baldness just
as If a bald head was something ony
got all at once, instead of being tho
result of long depletion by an Insidi
ous germ which thrives upon the roots
of the hair and succumbs to only one
known remedy Newbro's Herplclde.
Newbro's Herplclde Is not a Ionic
any more than electricity is a fluid. It
is an exterminator, pure and simple-.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
Sold by leading druggists. Se'nd 10
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
plclde company, Detroit. Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
A Pleasure to All.
No pill is as pleasant and positive
as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These
famous little pills are so mild and ef
fective that children, delicate ladles
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people eay they
are the best liver pills sold. Sold by
A liquid Food
The true Malt-Tonic rich in tissue-forming,
blood-making properties is
It is made up of 14.60 per cent of nutritious Malt
extract and is a perfect digestant non-intoxicating
delicious tasting. The ideal tonic for
Sold by all druggists and grocers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn
SU Uniu, v. s. a.