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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 190G.
Good blood, good health; bad blood, bad
health; there you have it. Why not help
nature just a little and change the bad to
the good? Bad blood to good blood; poor
blood to rich blood! Ask your doctor how
this applies to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and how
it applies to you! Could anything be more
We. have no secrets We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
Msd by lis J. C. Ayar Co.. Lowall. 2fM.
Also Maouffcctursra of
ATKR'8 HAIR TIGOR -Fn the hair. AYER'S PILLS For constipation.
ATEK'S CHERRY PECTORAL For coughs. AYER'S AGUE CURB For miUrii and eue.
Works for Postoffice Building. A
telegram from Congressman V. A.
Uodenburg of the committee on public
tuiiEng.-t bays there is a bill before
that committee appropriating $100,000
for a public building in this city. The
bill was Introduced by Congressman
McKinney. Moline's chances are par
ticularly good in view or the previous
announcement that Moline and Ma
comb would be the next cities in Illi
nois to secure public buildings.
Organizes Under Primary Law.
Organization under the new primary
law was effected by the republican city
committee Wednesday evening by
election of John Sundine to be chair
man. Fred C. Entrikin secretary, and
C. V. Swanson treasurer. Under the
A BLOODLESS GIRL
CURED OF ANAEMIA BY OR. WIL
LIAMS' PINK PILLS.
Miss Hathaway Says These Pills Saved
Her Life and She Recommends
Them to Others.
Doctors have given the Greek name
.anaemia, meaning "bloodlessness," to
a disease which is much more preva
lent among young women than is gen
erally believed. In its early stages the
disease is not marked by any decided
symptoms and often makes considera
ble advance before its presence is no
ticed. An unusual feeling of fatigue
after slight exercise, breathlessness
and pallor are the first noticeable signs.
The disease literally causes the blood
to turn to water and, unless a proper
remedy is used, is inevitably fatal.
There are some wh,o still believe that
anaemia is Incurable but the following
case is fully substantiated and may be
investigated by any one Interested.
Miss Frankie Hathaway, of 211 West
Main street, Kalamazoo, Mich., says:
"When I was 16 years old I was taken
Quite ill, so ill that the family doctor
was called to attend me. I was pale
and weak, and did not gain under his
care. Other treatment brought no bet
ter result and by the time I was 19
years I was so weak that I could not
walk acrossthe floor. I was terribly
emaciated and my skin had lost all
color. The doctor In attendance had
pronounced the disease anaemia.
"About this time one of my friends.
Miss Huntley, advised me to try Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People,
as she had been cured of a somewhat
similar trouble by their use. I bought
a package and soon found that they
were doing me good. My appetite in
creased and the healthy color began to
show in my cheeks and lins. I contin
ued to use the pills until I had taken
15 boxes, when I found myself perma
"Since then I have never hrd any
return of my old trouble and cannot re
member a time when I was as strong
and healthy as now. I know that Dr.
Williams Pink Pils for Pale People
saved my life and I believe that no
other medicine could have done so. I
advise all my friends to try the pills
and always find that they are benefited
by them. I hope that this testimonial
may be the means of hundreds of suf
ferers finding a cure for their ills."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure anae
mia Just as fod cures hunger. They do
not act on the bowels but they actually
make new blood. Most common dis
eases are caused by bad blood, and Dr.
Williams' Pink. Pill3 by supplying the
elements necessary to give new life
and richness to the blood have cured
even such diseases as locomotor atax
ia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance,
sciatica, nfeunJgia, rheumatism, nerv
ons headache, the after-effects of the
grip, palpitation of the heart; pale and
sallow complexions and all forms of
weakness either In male or female. Dr.
Williams Pink Pills for Pale People
are sold by all dealers or will be sent,
postpaid, on receipt of price, 50 cents
a box, six boxes $2.50, by addressing
Dr. Williams Medicine company, Sche
nectady; N. Y.
I conditions of the new law this com
luiittee will serve for two years as it
has now bten officered. The commit
tee includes: First ward John Sun-
dine, Gust Berglund; Second ward F.
W. Anderson, C. D. Watters; Third
ward F. O. Nelson, R. W. Hamilton;
Fourih ward H. W. Cooper, F. C. En
trikin: Fifth ward C. V. Swaason,
Fred Frisk; Sixth ward Charles Wahl
gren, Elmer Heck; Seventh ward
John Huey, W. J. Peterson.
Delegates to Chicago. Moline's
bunch of delegates to the annual meet
ing of the state league of Sedish
Amcrican Republican clubs left last
evening over the Rock Island for Chi
cago to be early in the field to work
for their favorite candidate for state
president, Albert Ed of this city, the
present vice president. The conven
tion is being held today and in the
evening a banquet wilj be served at
the Auditorium hotel.
Used Beer Glass as Weapon. A
bad fight took place Wednesday night
shortly before 11 o'clock in Julius Star-
ken's saloon, corner of Tenth street
and railroad avenue, when Harry De
Menck and Gustaf De Sinck mixed up.
De Menck knew that De Sinek was the
best scrapper, so he used a heavy emp
ty beer glass to a good advantage, that
is so far as his defense was concerned.
De Sinck was badly cut about the head
and DeMenck was arrested. He was
bound over to the grand jury by Jus
tice P. R. Inglcson on the charge of
assault with a deadly weapon. His
bond was fixed at $300.
Death of Mrs. White. Mrs. Anna
May White, wife of Edgar White, died
at their home. 420 Eighth street yes
terday. She had been sick about a
week and death was due to hemor
rhages. Deceased was 34 years old
and was born in Macon, Mo. The re
mains will be shipped to her birthplace
tonight for Interment.
Near Death Under Wheels. Roy
Kelly, day baggageman at the Rock Is
land station, narrowly escaped the sad
fate that befell W. L. Lambertson. the
night baggageman, Wednesday after
noon. It will be remembered that Mr.
Lambertson was about to place the
company's mail on a westbound pass
enger train when he was struck by an
east-bound freight and sustained inju
r'.eds from which he died afterwards
at the city hospital. It was only by the
narrowest margin Wednesday after
noon that Mr. Kelly escaped the same
fate. He was standing on a truck put
ing baggage upon train Xo. 1, due here
at 2:55. He chanced to look up and
saw the eastbound freight train Xo. 98
bearing down upon him. He jumped
from the truck, alighting on the track
in front of the coming train. People
shut their eyes, expecting to see the
man ground to pieces under the wheels
but fortunately he successfully bound
ed from the track to a place of safety
just as the engine whizzed by.
A Perfect Leaf.
The teacher of a large class lu one of
the New York schools once aid to the
pupils who were leaving for tiie sum
mer: I want each of you to search for
a perfect leaf and bring it to me wben
school reopens. Remember, it must be
perfect every tooth right, not to speak
of mold or blight or discoloration, not
a vein broken." They searched faith
fully, but none found a perfect leaf,
though they learned a great deal about
leaves while they examined them thus
carefully.. Xew Tork Times.
Do the right thing if you have nasal
catarrh. Get Ely's Cream Balm at
once. Don't touch the catarrh pow
ders and snuffs, for they contain co
caine. Ely's Cream Balm releases the
secretions that Inflame the nasal pas
sages and the throat, whereas common
"remedies" made with mercury merely
drive them out and leave you no bet
ter than you were. In a word, Ely's
Cream Balm Is a real cure, not a delu
sion. AH druggists, 50 cents, or mail
ed by Ely Bros., 5G Warren street, New
30 for Malicious Prosecution. Ed
ward Ryan was awarded $30 for mali
cious prosecution in his suit against J.
T. - Bean. The jury, which retired at
2:45 o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
handed such a verdict to Bailiff Dennis
Curtis yesterday. The verdict covers
the special damages sustained by Mr.
Ryan, such as loss of time and attor
neys fees, while it ignores, almost, the
general damages for injury to reputa
tion. -The claim put forth by Mr. Ryan
was that he had suffered to the extent
of $1,000. Edward Ryan brought suit
because on Jan. 14. 1903, J. T, Bean
swore out information ngainst him in
police court, charging him with the
theft of $10. He says that, when the
case was tried, he was discharged,
there being nothing for which he could
be held. In bringing the suit, he
claimed that Bean acted maliciously in
preferring charges against him. Mr.
Bean, in his answer, alleged that he
had lost $10 and that Ryan had inti
mated having the money in his posses
sion. Ryan, replying, claimed he never
made any such statement.
To Have New Church. Northwest
Davenport i:ec.ple are to have their
wishes realized in the enlargement of
Holy Famili' church to meet its needs.
The new building, on which Architects
Claustn &. Clausen are taking figures,
will be 11C.C5 feet, built of brick with
stone trimmings, and will have a bell
tower. There wil; be a choir gallery
on each sido of the organ loft, and the
auditorium will set 400 people. The
erection of the building will complete
the building plans of the parish. The
basement of the church was complet
ed some years ago and has been in use
until the handsome edifice soon to be
erected, could crown it.
Politics Warm at Bettendorf. The
campaign for the coming election in
the town of Bettendorf is beginning to
get lively. The adherents of both the
in dependent and the citizens" tickets
are booming their candidates and talk
ing politics. The independent leaders
say that the citizens' party is disrupt
ed and many citizen votes have been
added to the independent ranks. The
citizens tkny this and say they will
have a ticket in the field this year al
right. The independent voters will
hold their caucus this evening. Ed
Robeson, the present incumbent of the
office of mayor, will no doubt be re
nominated. J. C. Kohle. P. W. Rock,
M. X. Swingle, and Fritz Zoller are
named as possible aldermen on this
ticket. There are but three to be nom
inated, but all these gentlemen are be
ing, considered by the independents.
Frank Siebenguardner is a candidate
for assessor and J. B. Messer is look
ing for the nomination for treasurer on
street, occurred the death of Peter
Jenssen. The deceased was born in
, Germany and was a member of the
Claus Groth Gilde and Germania Sick
Relief society. Mr. Jenssen had been
ailing for the past several months.
Joys of Traveling Told.
The passenger department of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way has issued an elaborately illustra
ted leaflet on "California's Winter
Summer Garden." In addition to de
scribing the attractions of California
at this time of year, the leaflet dwell.)
on the beauties of the three-day trip
made by "The Overland Limited" from
Chicago to San Francisco.
The train leaves the union passen
ger station, Chicago, 8 p. m. daily. The
distance traveled is 2.300 miles. The
route of "The Overland Limited" is al
most the same as that taken by th?
Argonauts in 1849.
The train passes over the new bridge
which spans Salt Lake. The company
has made every provision for the com
fort and entertainment of the passen
gers. Chicago Journal.
Sent to any address for C cents'
postage. F. A. Miller, general passen
ger agent, C, M. & St. P. railway, Chi
cago. One-Way Second-Class Colonists Rates.
To the west and southwest via the
C, M. & St. P. railway. Dates of sale:
March C and 20, 190C. Rate: One-half
of the regular first-class limited fare,
plus $2. except that rates to Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trinidad,
Col., and to Hot Springs, Deadwood,
Lead, Rapids City and Belle Fourche,
S. D., will be one-half of the first lim
ited fare, plus $4. Minimum rates:
The lowest rate at which colonist tick
ets may be sold is $G. For further in
formation call or telephone any C, M.
& St. P. ticket office.
To points cn C, M. & St. P. railway
Dates of sale; March 6 and 20, and
April 3 and 17, 190G. Rates: One regu
lar (not special or reduced) fare, plu.:
$2 for round trip. Xo tickets to be
sold for less than $9. Rate for chil
dren to be one-half of the homeseek
ers' excursion, rate. Stop-overs will be
permitted on going passage within 1.
days from date of sale at all points in
homeseekers' excursion territory. For
further information call or telephone
any C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale th
first and third Tuesday in each montt
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, XortI
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
Could Not Appear at Trial. The
trial of Larnell Boatley, the colored
porter from the St. James hotel, on
the charge of assault with intent to do
great bodily injury, was postponed.
Frank Moore, the prosecuting witness,
was not able to appear against his as
sailant because of his wounds.
Obituary Record. Wednesday even
ing at his home, 1022V& West Second
As a guarantee that the story of
Father John's Medicine is absolutely
U. t j
true, the sum of $25,000 wil; be given
to any charitable institution if it can
be shown otherwise.
Half a century ago, when the late
Father John O'Brien of Lowell, Mass.,
recommended to his parishioners and
friends the prescription that had re
stored him to health and strength, the
people named it Father John's Medi
cine. Its power to make strength and build
up the body explains why it cures
Colds and all Throat and Lung Trou
bles. Sold in 50c and $1.00 bottles. The
$1.00 size contains three times the
quantity of the 50c size.
Fof sale by T. II. Thomas, special
The C, M. & St. P. offerb first clasr
train service to Chicago and Kansaf
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping cai
reservations made to any point desir.
ed. For further information 'phone an
of their offices.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
A household necessity Dr. Thomas
Eclectric Oil. Heals burns, cuts,
wounds of any sort; cures sore throat,
croup, -catarrh, asthma: rsrer fails. 1
Front, 2 inches. Back, 2 Inches.
A GENTLEMAN'S COLLAR
MADE IN QUARTER SIZES
GEO. P. IDC A. CO u..
Rock Island county court, Judge E.
E. Parmenter presiding.
Estate of Emil Osterman. Proof of
publishing notice to creditors filed and
Estate of John Xystrom. Proof of
publishing and posting notice to cred
itors filed and approved. Waiver by
widow of her award herein filed and
approved and same ordered recorded.
Estate of Elizabeth Dunlap. Child'
relinquishment and selection filed and
approved and order turning over prop
erty selected to child, who is of full
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Otto Geppert. Guardian's report filed
wherein he asks to be discharged as
to his ward, Molly Geppert, now Molly
Treftz. Hearing on said report set by
agreement for March 14 at 9 o'clock
a. m., said, ward and guardian being
present in court at this time.
Estate of Albert B. Conover. Claim
of E. B. Knox allowed in class 1 at
$82.50; claim of Dr. P. H. Wessel al
lowed in class 7 at $9; claim of Dr. R
C. J. Meyer allowed in class 7 at
Real Estate Transfers.
Charles II. Pope to 'William Sack-
ville, lot 9, block 179, East Moline,
George W. Sarginson to William
Sackville, lot 8, block 179, East Mo
Lars P. Xielson to Dora M. Mord-
tlorst, lot 15, block 1, Third Wheelock
Fifteenth street add., Moline, $1,500.
Emma E. Nourse and Rufus Walker
to W. P. Daebelliehn and George H.
Cordon, lot 4, block 3, South Moline,
William P. Daebelliehn to George
II. Jordan, lot 4. block 3, Acme add.,
South Moline, $1.
Emir.a E. Xourse and Fufus Walker
to George II. Jordan, lot 24, block 2,
Acme add., South Moline, $300.
Edward Hirstein to E. F. Hessman,
ne'4, section 32. ss, w, swVi, sw4.
section 33. 1G, 5 w, $10,000.
Patrick L. McManus to Fannie E
Bailey, tract In section 13, 1C, 3w.
Elnore II. Stafford to Axel W. Pe
terson, lot 14, block 3,- town of Silvls,
Henry A. Dibbern to William Kale,
n 40 feet lot 1, block 1, old town, Mi
B. W. McCandlesa, and Jennio C.
Mercer to Fred. W. Larson, seVi, sec
tion 3C, 1C, lw, $13,950.
Artie G. McCandlesa to Fred W. Lar-
When You Come
in red and white on each end of a
package containing biscuit and
crackers, you can rest assured that the
contents are of the very highest order-
fresh, clean, pure and perfectly baked.
The trade mark identifies the products of the
National Biscuit Company and ever stands for the
highest quality of baking. For example try packages of
ZWIEBACK "Twice-baked" justly celebrated as delicious with
tea, coffee or chocolate.
BUTTER THIN BISCUIT A crisp, light, dessert biscuit, rich and
satisfying, served as something out of the ordinary. If yota want a
biscuit that is particularly nice, try a package.
son. swVi, section Jo, 10, lw, $13,9.")(t.
Walter J. Blodett to Mary S. South,
n',2, sw'i. section H1, 1C, lw, $::,S20.
George McCandless to Benjamin lie
Candless, mv'j, section 3G, 10, lw, $1.
Fred Garrison to William Gross
klaus. IotM, section 1, 1G, Gw, $400.
William M. Leyda to Kate A. Leyda,
w', lot 7, block 31, Rodman's sub-div.,
Hale's add.,Rock Island, $1,200.
William H. Schroeder to Benjamin
Schroeder, tracts in se!.i, se'i, section
12, nw1,, ue'4. section 13. 17. 2v; wi
eVs, section 12. 17, 2v; w 30 feet, lot
8, e 20 feet, lot 7. block 4, Rock Is
Surprised the Astronomer.
Dr. l'lunjtjteed, who was astronomer
royal In Xew ton's time, was rather tic
kled by the belief of his neighbors in
hi powers of consulting the stars
about teireulrial affairs. An old wash
erwoman nt Greenwich who had been
robbed of her linen came to consult
him about its recovery. So he set about
drawing squares nnd circles and sug
gested that if she went Into a certain
field he would not be surprised if she
found her lost linen In n ditch. But
when hIio catne back "with haste and
joy" nud a half crown in her hand for
hl.s fee he was not only very much sur
prised, but nlarnied. "Good -woman,"
he said, "I am hearti- glad you have
found your linen, but I assure you I
knew nothing of it nnd intended to
read yon a lecture on the folly of ap
plying to any person to know events
not in human power to tell, but I see
Satan has a mind I should deal with
him, and never will I attempt such an
affair again so long as I live."
Wanted Her Reformed.
Mamma Why- did you pray that CJou
should stop your sister from - telling
stories? Small Son Because she prom
ised me she wouldn't tell that I took
the cikes, and she did telL
Untold " Suffering and Constant
Misery Awful Sight From that
Dreadful Complaint, Infantile Ec
zema Commenced at Top of his
Head and Covered Entire Body.
T comes out right every time. You simply add hot water and Bro-man
X gel-on does the rest. Every ingredient delicious nutritious and pure. No
pure food law can be too exacting for Bro-man-gel-on. It is the original and
one perfect dessert jelly. One package makes enough for a family.
10c size tight selloW pkge.) 15c size (pint, package) Jit sour grocer's
rtaVorsLvnon, Orangt. Hospbtrrp. StraVbtrrp, Chtrrp.
THE STERN & SAALBHRG CO.. Mftl., New York
ifUhnn In flnitnf innnn Inn QnnL
midii ill uuuui wjiiuuiunc ucui
Health ia life's greatest luxury. If ycu want health, consult Dr. Walsh,
Davenport's most successful specialist in Chronic, Nervous Disease of
men and women.
"Our baby had that dreadful com
plaint, Infantile Eczema, w hich afflicted
him for several months, commencing at
the top of his head, and at last covering
his whole body. His sufferings were
untold and constant miserj', in fact,
there was nothing we would not have
done to have given him relief. The
family doctor seemed to be wholly
incapable of coping with the case, and
after various experiments of his, which
resulted in no benefit to the child, wo
sent to Mazon, 111., to a druggist and got
a full set of the Cuticura Remedies and
applied as per directions, and he began
to improve immediately, and in about
three or four days began to show a
brighter spirit and really laughed, for
the first time in a year. In about ninety
days he was fully recovered, with the
exception of a rough skin, which is
gradually disappearing, and eventually
will be replaced by a liealshy one.
"Praise for the Cuticura Remedies
has always been our greatest pleasure,
and there is nothing too good that we
could say in their favor, for they cer
tainly saved our baby's life, for he was
the most awful sight that I ever beheld,
frior to the treatment of the Cuticura
temedics. Mrs. Maebelte Lyon, 1826
Appleton Ave., Parsons, Ivan., July 18,
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1
Complete external and internal treat
ment for every humor, consisting of
Cuticura Soap, Ointmen t, and Pills, may
now be had for one dollar. A single
set is often sufficient to cure the most
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
and scaly humors, eczemas, rashes, and
irritations, from infancy to age, when
all else fails.
CntScar Soap, Ointment, and Pill an old thronirhoat
tb world. Potlr Irug Chf m. Corp., MolcProp. Uoton.
6ad fox Th OiM 6Ua Buok."
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chlcafo,
tsU Anthony's Hospital.
ffEnvoFS DEBIfuITV, sleeplessness, weakness of men. fatltnir memory,
mental delusions, catarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis, blood diseases,
scrofula, piles and kidney diseases.
WOMEN suffering: from nervous exhaustion, headache,' backache-, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience. voir KNOW that Dr. Walsh Is the only specialist who ever remained la
the tri-citWs over tw years. You also know that he has been located in
Davenport 11 years. Tou must know that Dr. Walsh remains permanent
ly because he cures his patients.
VIBHATIO AND EI.ECTHICITV. Twenty years' experience has made
Dr. Walsh a master of these methods of curing: chronic diseases. He uses
all forms of electricity, including: Karadlsm. Galvanism. Catapboresls,
Sinusoidal. Strtic and High Frequency Currents.
VARICOCELE Is a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. . Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure you In from one te
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR. HEALTH Is a vital one, therefore you cannot
afford to place your case tn the hands of those who have had little or no
practical experience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
1)11. WALSH'S larjre private practice and extensive experience a aur-(reon-tn-ohief
of St. Anthony's hospital, together with the fact that he
has cured hundreds who were pronounced incurable by others durlnK
the 11 years he has been located in Davenport, proves conclusively that
he is the specialist that you should consult if you want to set well
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
Best of references and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by riaiL
Hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Bundays, 11:30 to 1:19
p. m. Office, 124 West Third street. McCullousrh building:, Davenport. Ia.
Is probably the best beat for us
humans because it's equable, con
stant, easily regulated. But wheth
er you use caloric t- that form or
keep warm by meant of the circu
lation of hot water through dis
tributing pipes, we can keep things
going "even if something . goes
wrong. Steam heating plants- in
stalled and attended to; every
thing in the plumbing line made
CHANNON U DUFVA
112 t 3-eatnD(b fttreet.