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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 190G.
Makes Armour Defendant Attorney
Isaac Petersberger has filed with Wil
liam Gruenwald, clerk, of the district
court, a petition asking that Armour
& Co., and J. A. Bell, the company's
local agent and representative, be cited
fnto court to show reasons why they
should not be held in contempt of
court. The petition is filed in the case
of the Muscatine Produce company vs.
A. D. Whitmore & Co. In the petition
Attorney Petersberger sets forth that
on Aug. 7 an attachment was issued
in the case and notice of it was served
upon Armour & Co. through its local
agent. The company, through Mr. Bell,
the petition states, refused to answer
certain statutory questions and ignor
ed the writ of attachment and garnish
ment. For these reasons it is claimed
that the company acted in contempt of
court, and the petition asks that thry
be forced o come into court and make
Incorporate S50,000 Company. At
torneys Ely & Bush have filed with
County Recorder Charles Like articles
of incorporation of the Grupe Drier &
Boiler company. This company ij in
corporated to manufacture and deal in
driers and boilers and to do general
structural and plate iron and stefl
work. The company has an authorized
capital stock of $5U.00i. the stock be
ing divided into SOU shares of $!'
each. Its business is to be attended by
a board of not less than three nor more
tnan five directors, the officers being a.
president, vice president, secretary,
and treasurer. The incorporators and
are caused by Indigestion. If you e&t a
l.tt!e too much, or if you are subject to
attacks of Indigestion, you have no doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell, and puff up against the
heart. This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the course of
time the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat, takes the strain of!
of the heart, and contributes nourishment,
strength and health to every organ of the
body. Cures Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
' After eating, my food would distress me by meJdnf
my hea.it palpitate and I would become very weak.
Finally I rot a bottle of Kodol and it care me imme
aiate relief. After using a few bottles I am cured.
MRS. LORINQ NICHOLS. Perm Yin. N. Y.
I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I
bad heart trouble with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure tor about tour months and it cured me.
D. KAUELK. Nevada, O.
Digests What You Eat
DoUax botua hold fraparad at tha Lab-
tlnaa aa maca aa taa aratory of S.O JaWtt
trial, ar SO cast alia, a CoHChrcafo, V I I.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
-liia .Binmi m.'i iaaju
Made with "LIXOCORD"
buttonholes that bold.
H sizes it you want them.
2 (or 25 cents.
CEO. P. IDE & CO., Makers
TROY. N. Y.
first directors of the company are D.
Grupe, John Grupe and Rinehard Bo
jens. The officers are as follows:
President and treasurer, John Grupe;
vice president, D. Grupe; secretary,
Reunion of Crocker's Brigade. The
13ta annual reunion of Crocker's Iowa
brigade will be field at Clinton, Sept.
20 and 27. To this brigade belonged
the 11th, 13th, loth, and ltith infantry
regiments. Two of these were muster
ed in at Davenport. Companies B and
F or the ICth were from Scott county,
as were E and F of the 13th.
Child Fractures Shoulder. Little
Robbie Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wade, 921 Main street fell
from the porch and fractured his shoul
der blade. The child is between 3 and
I years of age.
Wreck Dangerous One. A freight
wreck with no one hurt, but with great
possibilities, piled up five freight cars
and a caboose on the main line of the
Rock Island road just west of Fejer
vary park Saturday. That whole trains
instead of six cars were not pile! up
was du to the fact that the second
train was moving slowly, but even as
it was the wonder is that no one was
hurt. Back of the wreck came the
Denver limited passenger. No. 42, and
back of that the local passenger. No.
CS. A prompt use of flags prevented
the limited and the local from crash
ing into the wreckage.
Obituary Record. After an illness of
a few days duration of kidney trou
ble. Michael Garvey, Jr.. passed away
Saturday at the age of 40 years. Mr.
Garvey had been confined at St. Luke's
hospital for the past few days, having
been removed from the family home.
1S3S West Fourth street. He has been
a switchman for the past many years.
After an illness extending through
two years, Mrs. Ixvina Blanchard pass
ed away peacefully Saturday evening
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. A.
Maxwell. 217 East Fifteenth street. De
ceased was born Dec. 29, 1S2S. at Cuy
ler, Cortland county. N. Y.. where she
spent her youth, and near where she
was married to Frank Blanchard Feb.
1, 1831. In December, 1SG2. Mr. and
Mrs. Blanchard came to Daveniort,
and with the exception of short periods
this city has been their home ever
since. In February last they observed
the 55th anniversary of their marriage.
The surviving relatives arc the hus
band, living at the home designated;
a son, George H. Blanchard, of Lincoln,
Neb., formerly of this city; a daughter,
Mrs.. A. A. Maxwell of Davenport; two
brothers, W. H. and Charles Larabee,
and a sister. Mrs. Sophia Bustin of Sy
racuse. N. Y.. and a grandson, Archie
F. Maxwell, of Pittsburg.
Killed By Street Car. Tom Brown,
a well known resident of the city, was
instantly killed by a Davenport & Sub
urban street car early Saturday even
ing. He had just said goodbye to some
of his friends and started to cross the
tracks when he fell backward in front
of a swiftly moving street car, which
ran over him cutting his feet off at the
ankles swid also severing his head from
the body. He was on his way to a
wake over the remains of a friend. Mr.
Brown was 54 years old and at one
time had considerable property. Of"
late he had been porter in a saloon.
He was a single man. He leaves one
brother, James, of Davenport.
A Mystery Solved.
"How to keep off periodic attacks of
biliousness and habitual constipation
was a mystery that Dr. King's New
Life Pills solved for me," writes John
N. Pleasant of Magnolia. Ind. The
only pills that are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction to everybody or
money refunded. Only 25 cents, at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
In Self Defense
Major Hamm, editor and manager of
the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky.f
when he was fiercely attacked, four
years ago, by piles, bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve; of which he
says:. "It cured me in 10 days and no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
burns, sores, cuts and woundys; 25
cents, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
This Is Fish Story. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Grasley, Homer Tilton, and
Mrs. I C. Nutt, who are members of
the campers' colony on Campbell's Is
land, had an exciting experience an
evening or two ago while out in a boat
at the head of the island. A monster
gar suddenly flopped out of the water
and . into the boat. Actual measure
ment revealed that It was 40 inches
from tip to tail, and with Its deep
mouth and jagged teeth seemed to be
a ferocious creature for a time till the
boat put into shore and the fish was
killed. From the stomach of the gar
an eel about five inches in length was
Belgians Plan Picnic. A picnic and
all-day outing is being planned by the
members of the Belgian club of this
city. It will be held Sunday, Aug. 26,
on the Leo Saelens farm on Rock river
bottom, and the expectation is that
with fair weather COO people will be in
attendance, members of the club, their
families and friends.
Gets Big Contract. A. C. Stouffer,
the contractor, has secured a large con
tract for the erection of a new build
ing for the Henry County Buggy com
pany of Freeport, by the Moline Flow
Water Again Running. It Is an
nounced that the artesian well at Pros
pect park Is again in good shape and
the water Is running out as it has here
tofore. The flow of water from the
well was increased very easily by cut
ting oil the pipe.
Raid Crap Game. Saturday evening
about 11 o'clock something happened
in the basement of Ed Ward's saloon,
where was found the full lay-out of a
"crap game." The officers became
aware of the fact, and when they de
scended upon the place found a crowd
of young men busily engaged at the
"seven-come-eleven" game. James Glea
son and Theodore Bagge, proprietors
of the den, were taken in charge by
At Work on Bathing Beach. A bath
house for the public and for the naval
reserves is assured through the action
taken by the city council in a commit
tee of the whole meeting, when the al
dermen granted the petition of Dr. R
C. J. Myer, Colonel W. D. Winian and
others for the permission to erect
public boat and bathhouse on the river
front at the foot of Twenty-fifth street
The building, which is to be frame,
will be COxCO feet and will have a con
crete foundation. Gust Ed & Sons be
gan work on the foundation today
Manager James F.. Lanlner, of the Tri
City Railway and Light company, has
asserted that his company will be will
ing to extend the Third avenue street
car line to Twenty-fifth street so that
patrons can ride from town to the
bathing beach. This, of course, can
not be built this year, but the manager
said he would extend the terminal nex
year, if the bathing beach proved a sue
Avoid the rush and leave for Minne
apolis via the Rock Island in through
train Saturday or Sunday night at 9:20
The C, M. & St. Paul offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, fro mthe tri-cities, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information phone any
of their offices.
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
An ideal summer;, and winter health
resort. An attractive book of 32 pages
with 21 illustrations desciiptlve of Ex
celsior Springs, its medicinal waters,
its hotels and train service, has' just
been published by the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railway. It will be
sent to any address for 4 cents postage,
F. A. Miller, general passenger agent,
To Colorado for the Summer.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St
OR Health's Sake and the acme of Beer Enjoyment,
drink ' '
Paul railway. Why not take a trip to
Colorado thiw summer and enjoy the
climate and scenery of the Rocky
Mountains? The rates are low and the
through train service by the St Paul
Unlcn Pacific line excellent. Ask the
nearest agent about rates, routes and
train service, or write today to F. A.
Miller, general passenger agent, Chi
cago. Colorado-California book sent to
any address for six cents' postage.
Annual Home Visitors' Excursion.
To Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky
points via Lake Erie & Western rail
road, Tuesday" Sept. 4, 190C. Indiana
polis, Ind., $5.00; Sandusky, Ohio,
$7.50; Cincinnati, Ohio, $7.00; Louis
ville. Ky., $7.00; Columbus, Ohio. $7.50;
Toledo, Ohio, $7.50. Other points at
proportionate low prices. Tickets lim
ited 30 days from date of sale. Special
train consisting of high back seat
coaches and standard Pullman sleepers
will leave Peoria at 10:15 p. m. For
further information, address, E. B. Lep
pert, district passenger agent, 22-5
Main street, Peoria, 111.
One Fare for Round Trip.
From Chicago, plus $4-.00, for 30-day
limit, and one fare for the round trip
plus $2.00 for 15-day limit, to Canadian
and New England points. Tickets on
sale via Nickel Plate road, from Chi
cago, to Aug. 22. Information given
upon application to John Y. Calahan,
general agent, 107 Adams street, Chi
cago. LaSalle street station, Chicago,
the only depot on the elevated railroad
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday In each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
Special Summer Tourist Rates
From Chicago to Canadian and New
England points, via Nickel Plate road.
Tickets on sale to Aug. 22, at one fare
plus $4.00 for round trip with 30-day
limit, and one fare plus $2.00 for the
round trip with 15-day limit. For re
servation of sleeping car berths and
detailed information, write John Y.
Calahan. general agent, 107 Adams
Any or tne Blatz brands of beer are sure to please.
The component parts of Blatz beer possess food and tonic
properties that are most beneficial and all that means beer
honor is the basis of every brew. Then, there are the
processes of cooling, aging, sterilizing, and so on But
back of all this is Blatz Quality and Character there's
the secret of Blatz Popularity.
Bottled Blatz is available, or should be, in most
first-class places. Ask for Blatz Beer.
Telephone 112.' or drop a poatnl to Dmrdaley .V: Bnller.
wholeMtle de-ale, SIT Eighteenth St llock Island, 111., (or a
. cum delivered home.
The celebrated brands Private Stock, Wiener,
Muenchener and Export are
Brewed Exclusively by
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
I :o crisis
Illinois Central Railroad.
Low rates to Indiana and Ohio, Sept.
4. A good opportunity to visit the
folks "back home." Round trip from
Peoria to Indianapolis, Logansport,
and Columbus, Ind.. $5.00; Conners
ville. Huntington and Richmond, Ind.,
$5.50; Fort Wayne. Lawrenceburg, and
Seymour, Ind., $0.00; Decatur, Ind.. and
Versailles, Ohio, $6.50; Dayton, Cincin
nati, Springfield, Ohio, and Louisville,
Ky., $7.00; Columbus, Toledo, San
dusy, Ohio, $7.50, and many other
points at proportionate low rates. Tick
ets limited returning Oct. 4. Through
cars will be provided. For further in
formation call on or address G. A.
Smith, 329 Main street, Peoria, 111.,
The Lake Shore to Pittsburg Lowest
Through sleeping car on the Lake
Shore limited leaves Chicago 5:30 p.
m., arrives at Pittsburg C:35 a. m. Call
or write H. S. Giles, T. P. A., Chica
go. W. J. Lynch, passenger traffic
To northern Michigan resorts, via
the Michigan Central from Chicago.
Tickets good going Aug. 17, returning
until Aug. 28. For particulars ask lo
cal agents or address L. D. Heusner, G.
W. P. A., 23C Clark street. Chicago.
Special Low Rate Excursion
To New York City, from Chicago, via
the Michigan Central. Rate, one fare
plus $2 Tickets good going Aug. 28
and 29. -good 'reflirnlng until Sept. 1.
Ask local agents or address L. D. Heus
ner, G. V. P. A.. 2V,G Clark street, Chicago.
BANKER'S SON A SCULLION
kouuir Idealist Studying- th
So as to Iplift Tbeni.
Philip Vanzant, sou of George Van
zant, president of the Prairie State
bank, is putting in his vacation as a
scullion In the kitchen of a club at
Lake Geneva, says a Chicago dispatch.
Young Mr. Vanzant Is a theological
student In the University of Chicago,
and his ambition Is the ministry. lie
is filled with high ideals and is an
earnest believer in the "uplift." He
has taken the course of washing pots
and pans, carrying coal and mopping
up grease so that be can study the
character of the people whom he pro
poses to reach when he begins his "up
lift" crusade. He Las been at the work
a little over a month, and In that time
tome of his Ideals have been smashed
and others hare received severe Jolts.
Oae of his most cherished Ideals
about the greater democracy and the j
equality of man was smashed the first
Sumlny he was at Lake Geneva. His
father, mother and younger brother
were guests of the club that day.
When it came time for dinner, after he
had turned the Ice cream freezer.
throwu out the garbage, cleaned up
the pots and pans, fixed the fires and
scrubbed the grease up from the floor
where the cook had let It spill over, he
cleaned himself up, put on his coat and
went Into the dining room to dine with.
his family and the other guests. But
some of the members, knowing he had
been doing menial work, objected and
were so rude about It that he was
obliged to withdraw.
Vanzant has organized a Bible class
among the help, to which he devotes
an hour every Sunday.
All the news nil the time The Argu3.
Hanging clothes in the sunshine has a renovating, sweetening, whitening tendency, but their
color and condition after washing depend upon the soap used. Yellow 6oap, heavily charged with
destroying chemicals and ruinous alkali, leaves them more or less discolored and unsightly. But
when Maple City Self-Washing Soap is used, the clothes are 6ure to be as pure and clean and
white as falling snow. It has the effect of bleaching white goods in a most wonderful way.
n -r"N. m mm "
requires no rubbing. As the name implies, it actually does all the work iUelf in the boiling procesk.
Maple City Soap is a white bar, made from the purest materials obtainable, and though it is
remarkably enecuve in removing an uiri. anywncre. u is ausoiuieiy
harmless to the most delicate fabrics. Colored goods never fade
with its use. It may be used with hard wate,r as well as soft.
It costs but 5 cents a bar and a bar does as ciucii work as two of
common soap. At all grocers.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS, Monmouth, III.
Tlwirsday. Aug. 16,
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES.
Rate, $8.50 for the round trip
from Peoria. Return limit, 12
days, including date of sale.
Stopovers-will be allowed on the
return trip at Westfield for side
trip to Chautauqua lake points.
Tickets will be honored on C.
& B. line steamers in either di
rection between Cleveland and
Side trips to Toronto, Thous
and Islands, Montreal, etc.
Special fast train of first class
coaches, standard and tourist
sleepers, will leave 12 noon, run
ning through without change.
For further particulars call on
nearest Big Four agent, or ad
dress H. R. DALY,
T. P. A.
C25 Main SL, Peoria, 111.
Capo May. N. J., Ocean City
or Sea Isle City, N. J.
THURSDAY, AUG. 23,
ERIE AND WESTERN
Through Buffalo and Philadelphia.
Train leaves Peoria 7 a. m., Aug.
Tickets good to return until SepL
C, 1906, with stopover at Philadel
phia, Niagara Falls, Glen Summit,
on return trip.
Tickets will be honored on going
or return trip between Buffalo and
Cleveland on C. & B. line steamers.
For tickets, sleeping car accom
modations, and full particulars, ad
dress E. B. LEPPERT,
District Passenger Agent,
325 Main StreeL Peoria, III.
Loaned on Watches, Diamond and all
other articles of value: also bargains
on all unredeemed goods, 2
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE,
112 East Third Street DAVENPORT.
Old Phone North 1575-Y
Very low rates all summer via the Rock Island to the Lake
Resorts of Northern Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnenota.
It's cool and delightful along the shores of the "Fresh
Water Seas" and it doesn't take long to g't there, if you
go Rock Island way.
Spend a few weeks this season on the lakes and enjoy the
finest kind of midsummer outing.
Let me tell you about the Rock
Inland excursion rates
F. II. PLUMMER, C. P. A.
Rock Island. III.
Is the way of economy and comfort. You travel
in quick time over the shortest line to Southern
California, along the historic Santa Fe Trail.
It's the Grand Canyon line, too
Cool and dustless and Harvey serve the meals.
Personally conducted tri-weekly excursions.
H. D. Mack, Gen. At
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ALL THE WAY.
Ask for tourist
Dainty Wall Coverings
As shown by sample rolls in our exhi
bition and salesroom, give every evi
dence of excelling past seasons In ev
ery desirable way. Richness, harmo
nious blending of colors and figures,
strength and excellence of the paper
stock itself all commend our wall pa
pers to you. Another commendation is
our prices, which are the lowest in the
Paridon Wall Paper Co
419 Seventeenth Street
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Incorporated Under the Stat Law. 4 Par Cent
Honey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell. President
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2; 1870,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde'a building.
lntrt Paid n X
IL R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurat.
IL 8. Cabl. '
Solicitors Jackson & Ear at.
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