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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1909.
Dr. Bark's Great Offer to
Open New Mine at Mather. The
ilchrist & AldenCoal company have
st opened a new mine at the new
wn of Mather in Illinois The com
iny is composed for the most part
f Davenport business men and the
'ant which .they have built is modern
id . complete, in every respect. The
ine at present is yielding 1,500 tons
f coal a day.". The C, R. I. & P. rail
)ad also has a mine in operation
bout 1,000 feet from the other mine,
"he railroad property is yielding about
500 tons ppr day also. The Rock
land Southern is making special nr
ingementa to handle the output of
There's No Risk
? This Medicine Does Not Ben-
e fit, You Pay Nothing:.
,A physician who made a specialty
t-I stomach troubles, particularly
yspepsia, after years of study per
jcted the formula from which Rexall
'spepala Tablets are made.
Our. experience with Rexall bys-opsja-
Tablets leads us to believe
Tern to be' the greatest remedy
aownfor'tbe relief of-acute indiges-on-and
chronic dyspepsia. Their
gredientsare soothing and healing
the inflamed membranes of the
oyfach. They are rich in pepsin,
ntj'iof the greatest digestive aids
town to medicine. The relief they
ford " is almost immediate. Their
e with persistency and regularity
r a short time brings about a ces
itlon of the pains caused by stoni
2Q1 disorders. . . ' -Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets will in
lre -healthy appetite, aid digestion
ad promote nutrition. As evidence
f our sincere faith in Rexall Dys
epsia Tablets, we ask you to try
iem at our risk. If they do not
jve.you entire satisfaction, wc will
turn you the money you paid us
r'them, without question or for
mality. They come in three sizes,
rices 25 cents. 50 cents and $1.00.
.einember you can obtain them only
t our store store the Rexall store,
ho Thomas Drug company.
the mines. Orders have been given to
the Haskell-Barker Car company of
Michigan City, Va., for 75 coal and ."0
box cars. The company expects o
haul 2,500 tons from Mather every
day." The cars' have been ordered for
delivery In January, when the inter
u:ban will be completed. -
ttrched for Advertising "Bill.
William H. -Durphy, sales manager for
the Chase Motor Truck company, had
an unusual experience yesterday that
left hini doubting the unanimity of
his welcome to Davenport. Calling
at the Iowa Auto company garage for
his Chase surrey he was informed th.it
it had been attached on au advertising
account. Mr. Durphy at once consult
ed his attorneys and showed that the
surrey and other cars -he was . using
here were his personal property, as
a result of which they were promptly
ieleased. The advertising of his com
pany, he stated, was paid through
agency in another city.
Railway Train Kills .Two Mules.
Two valuable mules, property of the
Merchants' Transfer company, were
killed yesterday in the railroad yards
near Fiftn and Taylor streets by being
run down by a traiu. The two ani
mals, hitched to one of the company
wagons, end standing alongside the
track while brick was being loaded
Irom a car into the wagon they were
hitched to, were struck by an engine,
one mule suffering a broken leg near
the thigh and the other a broken leg
and a dislocated jaw, neccssitatingthe
killing of both animals. They were
valued at $3,400.
To Federal Court. In the opinion
handed down yesterday by Judge A.
P. Barker in regard to the pending
case of the Sunnyside Coal Mining
company vs. the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway, it is held that the
federal court has jurisdiction and be
cause of the terms involved, the case
i3 worthy of federal court cognizance.
The opinion was rendered on the
grounds that the case involves a sum
in excess of $2,000 and relates to ruls
governing the interstate commerce
commission. The case is that Mi
which tho Sunnyside Mining company
reeks by a restraining injunction !o
enjoin the defendant railroad from re
fusing to receive shipments of coal for
distribution over its - road, after the
coal had been brought from the mines
in "Wisconsin to Davenport. The re
fusal of the C.,'M. &"St.'P. railroad to
distribute coal to points in Iowa aftsr
the same had been shipped to thi3
city over other lines leading to Daven
port instigated the suit.
Obituary Record. Rlecka Juergens,
1207 Hamilton street, died yesterday
at her home at the age of 44 years.
She was born Oct. 20, 1SC5, in, Ampt,
Weitzenburg, Holsteiu, Germany.
Forty-two years ago she came to this
country with her parents, making Dav
enport her immediate destination,
where she has lived ever since. Anna
Juergens, her mother, six brothers and
sisters,. Mrs. Lizzie Snyder, Alvhvi,
John, Herman, Annie Juergens and
Mrs. Emma Frey, and two step
brothers, Thomas Snyder and Conind
Frey, survive her.
At her home, 1721 Washington
street, occurred the death of Mrs. Caro
line Margaretha Peters, after an ill
ness of three days from pneumonia.
She was born at I:jsc!. Pellworm, Ger
many, Oct. 2S, 183D. Her marriage to
Christian Peters was celebrated June
19, 1SGG, and - in -1SS2 she came to
America. Christian -peters, her hus
band; two daughters, Mrs. John Luc
schen and Mrs. Herman Arp, and two
sisters, Mrs. Hans Volquardsen cf
Davenport and Mrs. Elizabeth C.laus
sen of Clinton, survive. The funeral
will be held tomorrow .afternoon at 2
o'clock from the family home. Burial
will be made in Fairmount cemetery.
gSfj' '') - 'f JgA.-i..-.--.M, , j.Mimiiiir i tinj-iuiij
"The Well Balanced Man"
"... - Mnf
Once there lived a man who neved "fell down."
He was always Johnny-on-the-spot when he owed
a man any money, so everybody was glad to have
his patronage and men often said, "He must be
successful and we'll Boost him along." Now to
pry Promptly it was sometimes necessary to bor
row, but he soon Found that it paid both finan
cially and in Good Will.
MORAL It's easy when you know how. Our
system of loaning money makes it easy to bor
row and easy to pay back. It will pay you to in
vestigate. We make no misleading statements,
but furnish you a contract of all we agree to do.
A square deal and the lowest rate in town is our claim,
and we would like to prove it to you. The fact you own
furniture, jiiano, horses, wagons or such property is suf
ficient guarantee for you to open a credit account with
us. Amounts from $10upwards. Call, write or phone us.
No., loan no charge.
Fidelity Loan Co.
Vhone West 514. Room 103 Best Building.
A'cw Phone 0011. liOCK ISLAND, ILL.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Fred Day to Henry H. Kuchl, south
34 feet lot 4, north G feet of east GO
feet lot 5, block 1, Stewart's addition,
South Moline, $5,500.
Maria E. Zeis to Samuel Bowman,
lot 4, block Gl, Lower addition, Rock
Helen F. Rowe to Sala & Boggess,
lots 12. 13 and 14. block 117. New
Shops Add., town of East Moline, $1.
Sala & Boggess to Helen F. Rowe,
lot G, block 5, Black Hawk addition,
Rock Island, $4,500.
Otto Rudert to T. A. Tomlinson, lot
7, block 1. L. Mosenfelder's Thirtieth
Street addition, Rock Island, $2,000.
Jessie F. Cool to Alfred G. Johnson,
part block C, Brigham's addition, Cor
Lininge,r & Meyer to Jervis C. Ste
vens, north 40 feet lot 4, W. 13. Bail
ey's Sixth addition, Rock Island, $1.
Anton S. Swenson to Alma O. Melin,
lot 3, block 8, M. Y. Cady's First addi
tion. Moline, $2,200.
William M. Ferry to Esther Hem
mingberg, part southwest quarter,
southwest quarter, section 3, 17, lw,
William M. Ferry to Esther Hera-
mingberg, northeast quarter, north
west quarter, and north half, north
west quarter, northwest quarter, and
east half, west, half, northwest quar
ter, northwest quarter, part south half,
west 20 acres, east 30 acres, northwest
quarter, northwest quarter, section 10,
17, lw, $1.
Frank Streed to Fred W. Adelman.
east half lot 2S. block 2. Ryder &
Read's addition, Moline, $1.
Alfred Parsons to William II. Cook,
lot 2, block 131, New Shops addition.
East Moline, $175.
Henry Kuehl to Fred Day, part lots
8 and 9, block 4, S. W. Wheelock's ad
dition, Moline, $5,500.
Walter D. Hadsell to George Flue-
gel, north half lot 7, H. S. Case's ad
dition, South Rock Island, $240.
Jacob Abraham to Grace M. Abra
ham, part lot 8, Suess' subdivision, Mo
Jacob Abraham to O. D. and L. B.
Abraham, south 8 rods, north 9 acres,
west half, west half, northwest quar
ter, section 8, 17, lw, $2,000.
Would Build 2,000 Horr.e3. A half
million dollar corporation, whose sole
object shall be the erection of houseii
to be either rented or cold on the in
stallment plan to workingmen, is in
process of organization. One manu
facturer has already pledged himself
to subscribe $203,000 to the capitil
stock of the company provided the en
tire amount is raised, another has
pledged $50,000 and a third has
pledged $25,000. Effort is being made
to induce a fourth manufacturer to in
terest himself financially to the extent
of $200,000, and on this one man de
pends the hope of successful culmina
tion of the project. With $275,000 al
ready subscribed and a pledge of $20:,
(KM) expected from this fourth mam
facturer it will be an easy task to
raise the remaining $25,000 among
other manufacturers. Definite plans
of procedure have been mapped ouf.
The company will be incorporated, no',
later than the first of the year ir all
the money, is raised, and a tract -f
land to embrace between 30o and 4n
acres will be purchased just outside
the city limits. The matter has ben
discussed with J. F. Porter, president
of the Tri-City Ra&vay and Light com
pany and he has promised street car
extension if the deal goes through.
Portland Branch. Plans for. the
new building to be erected by the Jo in
Deere Plow company at Portland, Ore., j
are well under wav and construction '
is expected to begin soon. The site
covers an entire block of ground,
bounded by East Alder, East Morrison, '
East Second and East Third streets, j
Falls Out of Buggy; Broken Arm. '
Harry Barber, 12-year-old son of M.
and Mrs. A. C. Barber, 172S Fifth ave
nue, broke the large bone of his left
forearm while attending the Moline-,
Clinton football game. Young Barber,
with "several companions, was stand
ing in a buggy watching the gam.-. '
He lost his balance and fell to the
ground, fracturing the bone. !
the Sick and Weak
t ELECTRO-VITALIZING TREATMENTS FREE
. Due to the great number of patients who were unable to
see me during my previous free treatment offer and having
made many promises to patients who rapped at the Fide door,
saying they couldn't wait on account of the riii-.h, that they
night call during the restof this month and I would hold the of
fer open to them. Now I want my word to be as good as a g"ld
bond and to treat everybody alike, therefore. I have concluded
to extend the free treatment offer to everybody calling during
the balance of the month of October.
1 wf.nt the true merits of my successful Electro-Vitalizing
treatment known to everybody, and I don't know of any belter
way of introducing it than by offering a course of lhro treat
ments absolutely - -
FREE OF CHARGE
to all calling during thu rest of this month. Many
of you who have been taking medicines and so-called tre at
ments for months are liable to be absolutely cured by a single
application of electricity properly applied. Very chronic cases
will require more treatments,' but it makes no difference, you
will be given a course of Ihrce treatments without one penny
Under no circumstances will 1 accept a professional fee
from any patient applying for the above course between now
and Oct. 31. '"' "
Are you nervous, dyrpeptic, weak In stomach, constipated ?
Do you have spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the
heart, shortness of breath, headaches, neuralgia, shooting
paLuil in the chest, back, hips or ankles? Is your blood im
pure? Are you in pain from rheumatism, lame back, sciatica,
lumbago, cr weak kidneys.' Have you catarrh of the nose,
throat or bronchial tubes? Have you lost the fire and strength
of youth? Are you nervous, fretful and gloomy? Is your
sleep broken? It your physical strength and nervous energy
below the standard? Have you bla'ddcr trouble? Do you ex
perience ringing noises in your ears? Is your hearing diffi
cult? Do you lack in grit, the "sand" which is the possession
of vigorous manhood? If so, you will find my Elect ro-Vitaliz-.
ing treatments ono of nature's grandest remedies.
XOTICK All patients accepting this liberal offer must call between now and Oct. 31. All calling
after that date will be required to pay my regular professional fee, as by that time my reputation will
be fully established, not only in Rock Island, but for miles around. Only curable cases accepted for
READ WHAT THE CURED SAY:
Electrification of Plow Plant.
Work of installing motors to allow of
complete electrification of the
of the Moline Plow company will be;
finished in all departments but oncj
this week. This one department is the !
grinding shop, where a special size '
and make of motor will be used. A j
dozen motors for this department ar-:
rived Saturday. Twenty-five are
needed and the others will be shipped!
soon from the plant of the General
Eiieciric company, l no work of in-1
stalling motors so that the entire
plant may be operated by electricity
has been a considerable one, inasmucj
as it has been necessary to work on
but one shaft at a time, so as not o
cripple the plant or interfere with the
output of manufactured goods. About
150 motors are to be installed.
Fractures Arm Cranking Auto. Ru
dolph, the IS-year-oId son of Otto Falk,
2317 Sixth avenue, sustained a frac
ture of. his left forearm Sunday when
he attempted to crank the auto .-f
Contractor P. H. Lorenz.
Rheumatic Pains Cured.
J. W. Cook, 1710 Fourth avenue.
Rock Island, says: "For months I
suffered with rheumatic pains in
my right shoulder. It just seemed
as though it would not move, no
matter what I tried. So, reading
about Dr. Bartz's tucce.-s in treat
ing such cases, I just thought I
would try it, and so I did. Why,
the first treatment removed it, and
it's now over 10 days without any
sign of its return. I am now being
treated for catarrh, which is rap
idly improving under the doctor's
treatment, which is certainly- fine.
I have tried many, and know where
of I speak."
Men A fllirtcd With Nervous '.
liaust inn, I Trad 'Mi:s:
Mr. J. A. Pace, 1G27 Twelfth
street. Rock Island, says: "For
two long years I have been trou
bled with nervous exhaustion, my
nights were restless;, my stomach
weak, my back painful, in fa't, 1
felt all worn out physically. I.r
the past two years I paid out
nearly every cent I earned to (lec
tors and drug stores without re
sults, so finally I sought Dr.
liirtz's services, lie treated me
with electricity in a manner that
was painless and with the result
that, after a short course, I feel
fine and can sleep like a child.
The treatments are certainly wonderful."
His t'ane I'scless After Ifie First
Mr. Andrew Ackerson, 1S14
Seventeenth street, Moline, says:
"For 10 years I suffered pains
in my left limb, for the past, two
years it was so bad I had to use
a cane to get about. So alter try
ing everj thing I could think of.
1 made up my mind to try Dr.
Bartz's Electrical treatment, too.
To say I am surprised at the won
derful results obtained is putting
it extremely mild, for the next
day after I took his treatment I
was f.o improved I could walk
just fine, without a cane or any
support whatever, which way iiu
posblute before seeing Dr. Batrz."
Dr. Nicholas B. Bartz,
S. H. Siivis has returned from a trip
to North Dakota.
The Methodists had a sociable at
the hall Friday. Chicken pie, salad,
baked beans, cake and coffee were
served. A large number were present
and a neat sum was realized.
Mrs. Speed died early last Friday
morning of heart disease and the in
firmities of age. She leaves an only
son grown to manhood. The funeral
services were held from the late
home Saturday at 12 o'clock. Rev.
Office hours: ! a
Rooms 400, 401, and 40'2, People's .National Rank Building, Fourth Floor.
Corner Second Avenue and Eighteenth Street, Rock Island, III.
to . p. m.cbuly, Wednesday and Saturday until K::;o p. m. Sundays, lO o 12.
11. 1S52. The eight surviving children
are W. H- Skinner, Erie; George of
Geneseo, Alfred of Silvis, Mrs. Flora
Bartnep of Erie, Mrs. M. Cherry of
Geneseo, Charles of Walker Station,
Howard of Silvis and Mrs. Mattie
Willis of Milwaukee. Thrc brothers.
Perry Willis of Dakota. J. C. Willis of
Carbon Cliff and Marnel Willis of Den
ver, also survive her.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat if you want to
be annoyed. But if you Want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists.
LIVE STOCK SHOW NOV. 27
Scope and Objects Are Such as
Deserve Public S:ipoi-t.
The annual international live stoci;
exposition will he held at the I'liion
stock yards at Chicago Nov. 27 to Dec
in. The prime object of this exposi
tion is the pro.notion and improve
ment or live stock. It is the right
arm of the industry that is absolutely
necessary for successful agriculture,
and, in view of the fact, that the in
ternational live stock exposition
btands today as one of the leading
educational ins-titutlonr, absolutely
free ftom local )r "set t ional prejudic,'
whose .scope is -not: only national but
truly international, it would seem tint
this great show wouid be ahiiudaiKly
entitled to the unqualified and active
support of the public.
news all tho time THE
YOUR KIDNEYS MEAN
LIFE OR DEATH TO YOU
Nothing so quickly enervates or so rapidly destroys your physical vitality
than weak, diseased kidneys; where there is kidney health
there too there is also strength or body.
There Is no class cf ailments more
sidious and deadly in operation thsm
seases of the Kidneys and Bladder
used by uric acid poisoning of the
ood and system. When any worn
i neglects her kidneys and the
mptoms of kidney derangement
.a does so at her peril. v
The symptoms of uric acid polson
g and consequent serious organic
sease of the Kidneys, Bladder and
iver are many In number, and un
istakable in character. No woman
a iaii 10 rewKuutj iuem, uuio iucj
e brought to her attention and no
oman of really sound mind can be
y foolish as to continue procras
natlng the seeking of a cure for
lese diseased conditions.
De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
?ry speedily neutralize this baneful
ric acid poison which is playing
avoc with the system, and drive It
"ttirely out of the system by a per
ctly natural process.
It will thus be seen that "TTfcWltt's
idney and Bladder Pills are a per-
feet remedy and preventive for all
these dangerous consequences of. uric
acid poisoning such as sciatica
chronic and acute rheumatism, chron
ic diabetes, dropsy, heart trouble.
Bright's Disease, and many other dan
geroua or fatal maladies.
De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
are a thoroughly reliable and efficient
treatment and remedy for all thest
De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pi!H
are harmless to the system as the,'
contain no opiates or narcotics. The"
wonderful tonic. sootJi'ng, healing mi I
rejuvenating effects are in evident i
almost as soon as one commoner I
E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago, aro aii?.
ious to have every man or woman suiY-M
ing from any form of Kidney and Hhtc"'
der Disease, (or having the least rviismi
to suspicion that he or sh( s .il
flicted), write and send name and ai
dr"88, and a free trial of treatment of
these Pills will be forwarded, oiroi t,
and at once, all charges prepaid.
)eWITT'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER PILLS
The army and the navv arc the safe-
Mr. Patterson of the Bantis church K.u?r3.s ot the nation, but the indi-
cenducted the funeral services. The ! v,dua,1 y also relu,res its safe
remains were shipped to Ga.esburg for Sg St SdS
DUnal- igree of wealth and intelligence. Dr.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society had Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has been ac
a special meeting at the church Thur3-: claimed "The Nation's Safeguard of
day afternoon. Health."
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kindly and laSSiJhm'9 win tl,'!'
, aurei, ror the stomach and tho bowels
daughter, Murena, visited last Sunday re the basis of all health, and Dr Cald
with Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Horton of fc"'",-SyrUg; ln Is for the stomach and
t ' f afents 5re S,vlnK It to their
LeCIaire. children today who were given it by
The regular semi-monthly meeting ihei5P?Int? years ,aS- 11 , not qply
. i , j- , m i . 5, wonderful cure in constipation. In
of the Baptist Ladies' Aid society was digestion and dyspepsia, sour stomach
If You Need Money and a Friend
Sec the Fidelity Loan Co. ZnZ.
Swanson ''earioura, natuiency, torpid liver and
J1"- ' wiiiiiKtinia, out ii contains wonderful
held at the home of Mrs
Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon tonic propertied that build up toeSSSilei
was devoted to needlework. ?he 8,tomach and intestines so that
, Xney again work normally and naturallv
Rev. Mr. Patterron spent part of It ia especially adapted to the uses of
the week at Galesburg attending the l?Zmen' Shi'dren. old people and all others
... . . no need a gentle laxative and who can-
Eaptist state convention. ot eland violent salts and cathartic puis
Mr. Stamper left Thursday for a sev- Ahia ha made it the family laxative and"
. j ; it can be obtained of any drujreist at BO
eral days Visit at Champaign. cents or $1 a bottle, with the guarantee
The Fraternal Tribunes organized fcuA.lf you are a strancrer to it and would
, . rather try It free before buvlnjr send vanr
Tuesday evening. name to the doctor and a free test tottie
The Roval Neightbors had their first J"11 b 8?nt to 'ur home. In this way
rehearsal of their play which they are DnTaWweirs gy?Sp e.arninff
planning to give some time in the near ' Louis Edwards, of Potosi. Miss., wrote
. . ..." v. . .. .,,. the doctor as follows: "I believe In rr
future at the home of Mrs. V illiam Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. I will never use
Corbin, last Monday night. other medicine for stomach troubles
Several from Silvis attended the fu- - oJt
neral of Mrs. Melissa Skinner at Hamp- Now you use it either in the free trial
ton. Rev. W. S. Read officiating. Mrs. Vmlrt. lr
Skinner, whose home was at Silvis at
the time of her death, died at Water
town at 10:30 last Saturday morning.
She was born in South Moline Nov. 24,
1844, and had lived in Watertown and
vicinity all her life. She was a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert
and was married to Mr. Skinner
n ana )i
laugh- ' - . ;
Willis r 'V?y
p Nov. L. -.-Av.
If there Is anything about
your ailment that you don't
understand, or if you want
any medical advice, write
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There ia
no charge for this service.
The address Is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 03 Caldwell bldg
Wc know why.
Two words tell the story:
PRIVATE LOANS AT LOWEST KATES
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