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THE AEG CIS, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1904.
"Wart A"'o.v.i Rirvdes REPAIRING, 50 Years Dioyie SUNDRIES. $17.50 ENAMELING, in 13he S22 50 BR.AZING. Business S27.50 M. & W. TIRES Buslness" SPECl AL--Gia.ranteed Single Txibe Tires $5.00 per pair a.t John KOCh's Pioneer Repair Shop. 218 Seventeenth Street. On 15he Square. Budweiser The American Home The Product of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U.S.A. Visitors to the World's Greatest Fair should not fail to visit the World's Greatest Brewery. mmwmwmmmmwm Order Promptly Filled by - A. D. HUESLNG. Distributor. Rock Island. III. I WHEN IN DOUBT CONSULT THE BEST, f " rears of successful experience in curing Chronic, Nervous and Pri- T T rate Diseases f l t li sexes. Eleven years permanently located in X Davenport, where he has cured thousands of eases f Chronic Dis- 3, i eases pronounced incurable oy others, proves eoncinaiTeiy mat uk, ... . mm . i XI . - -. I , i , '1. .; PUU. 1 Al-Ml IS I lie Icsi auu iosi ouitissiui oiriiuni in iuc iii-um-;. X-R.AY Dr. Walsh Cvircs When Others Fa.il. f IS- rvous Debility. . BltcpliBSUess, Stricture, Weakuess of Men. Failing Memory, Mental Delusions. Catarrh, Dyspepsia, thma. Dronchitis IWond Diseases hi Scrofula. Piles, and Kidney Diseases. 4 Womeci suffering from Nervous Kxluiustion, lleadaehe, Baekaehe, Constipa- T tion. Neuralgia. Palpitation of the Heart, or r.y other disease pecu- T. liar to the sex. should consult Dr. Walsh and pet the benefit of his vast experience. REMEMBER, IT PAYS TO CONSULT THE P.EST FIRST. rf. Vibra.tion and Electricity 4- 20 years' experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of these methods of curing chronic diseases. Hp uses all forms of Electricity, including T Farad'sm. Garvin ism, ("ataphoresis. Sinusoidal. Static and High Fre- quencj Currents. JL Varkocel is a fietptPnl eavse of nervous and physical decline. Why treat months y with others when we can positively cure von in from one to three j treatment-'.' Only curable cases taken. If cured by mail. HOl'RS: 9 to VZ a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 I i TTWi Y i . 1 WM. GILLLTT 3c CIGAR. jt &he -moKer Only. YOU KNOW THE BOYS Hildebrandt & Cash 9 Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals I Peoples National Bank. When the now baby comes start a bank nccount for him. Aill to it fmm time to time until he can help make it grow bv his own saving. By the time be mvamm up be will have NWOfil to take him through col- J lepe or start him in business. Our plan makes it so easy to II fntert at 4 per eent. paid on all deposits. Do It Now. The Beverage of I BUDWEISER is served in more American homes than all other bottled beers combined. Unequaled as a table beverage. 100,402,500 Bottles of BUDWEISER sold in 1903. you cannot call. writp. Hundreds to I p. as.; Sunday. 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. m i i i i . . . . . mi i k m ALSO INTERESTED Cities Equally Concerned With Country in Good Roads Movement. ARGUED AT STATE MEETING Local Delejrate Convinced of ihe Feasibility of Plans Ad vocated. T. Laflin. the liveryman, who at tended the meeting of the Illinois good roads convention at Springfield last week, is of the opinion that the proceedings of that meeting deserve greater prominence than they have been accorded in the public mind. It was the first convention of the kind eer held in this state and it set on foot a movement that promises to le far reaching. With Mr. Laflin were David Matthews and F. N. House, re spectively, supervisor and highway commissioner in Black Hawk town ship, which is also Mr. LatJin's home. The local delegates found that oth er parts of the state are more alive to the situation, judging from the man ner in which they were represented in the convention, than Hock Island Bounty. At the same time no other county is more vitally interested in the cause espoused than i- Rock Isl and, and Mr. Laflin is particularly anxious for that reason .thai the plans advanced at the convention receive furiher explanation. All the delegates were impressed with the fact that the good roads movement is one of the greatest im portance, not only to the country, but to every city as well. At the same time the movement is of such magni tude that a great deal of labor eover ug probably many years will be re quired to educate the people to the point where effective legislation can oe enacted an.l enforced to brine about the desired results. The move ment has apparently leas momentum than several years ago when the tirst sporadic efforts growing out of the growth of popularity of the bicycle were made to get a public hearing. With some, in fact, the term "good roads" calls for a smile and those who consistently advocate remedies for present conditions with country hisrh- vrays are regarded as cranks. See ir In New Ugh. However. Mr. Laflin and the other delegates hae come to look at the matter in a new light since the con tention . They believe something can be done. The address of Senator Lat timer. of South Carolina, the cham pion of good roads, had great weight at the Springfield meeting. As is gen erally known. Senator Lattimer has a bill up now that he thinks will solve the great obstacle to the building of better highways, that of raising the money, if it is passed and becomes a law. The general public is not familiar with the terms of this bill. Its gen eral provisions call for the levying of a poll tax of upon each man be tween the ages of -'I and 50 in city and country, and a road tax of - mills up on all real estate. This is to be done by counties, and when it is done the federal government will be required to appropriate for the county a like sum. Of course, this would require a vast amount from the general govern ment, but it would not be, it is eon tended, greater than the results would be worth. Macadam or gravel roads are contemplated in the bill and it is estimated that they would cost from SL.MKi to $3,000 a mile to build, ac cording to the distance the material would have to be transported . Senator Lat timers idea Is to dis tribute the burden evenly upon all the people. He holds ihat the reason the country people have not taken more readily to the plans advocated for building pennant nt roads is that they anticipate they w ill have to stand all the expense, as they do at present. They are unwilling to do this when they are convinced that residents of cities are interested almost to the same extent as themselves. It is pro posed to give to cities Under lOjOOO in habitants the amount raised by the tax upon their citizens, but to exclude the larger cities from the direct ben efits. Illustrates the Point. The manner in which residents of cities are affected by present condi tions of roads may be illustrated in Rock Island. There is no doubt that every male resident and property bolder pays annually in increased cost for country produce many times what the proposed tax would amount to. For Instance, at certain seasons of the year produce become- scarce and high on account of the inability of farmers to bring what they have to sell to market. Sometimes it is less a question of good roads than of busi ness. The farmer is too busy with his crops to come to town. When n rainy day comes, and he cannot work in the field, be would go to market, but the dirt roads are so muddy that he is prevented. With hard roads it is evident that the price of country produce would rule lower to the ben efit of the purchasers, the residents of the cities. S nntor Lattimer itiM t-- th govern ment is as much concerned with the huildinr of roads in the Ctiited States as it is in the Philippines, where lare sums are beintr expended, and in the improvement of waterways in our own land. Mr. Matthews, of the Hock Island county delegation, was a member of tht- committee on resolution.- at the convtntion. Dr. Joseph De Silva, cf this city, as has been previously roted in The Argus, was appointed by Gov. Yates as delegate from Sock Island county to the national good roads convention at St. Louis. JURY AWARDS MRS. WILCOX POSSESSION OF PROPERTY The suit of forcible entry and de tainer, in which Mrs. Ada fine Wilcox was plaintiff and S. 15. and Matilda Darnell were defendants, and which occupied the attention of the county court the whole f hist week, was ended Saturday afternoon with a verdict, for Mrs." Wilcox. The case was an appeal from a Moline justice court. Mrs. Wilcox and her husband are not living together. When he left Fast Moline. where they had been making their home, he authorized a real es tate agent t rent his house. Mr. and Mrs. Darnel secured the property. The suit was brought by Mrs. Wilcox to establish her homestead right and give- her posscssi n. which she now has. Mrs. Wilcox was represented by Lndolph A Reynolds and John O. Al len, and the defendants by O. W. Wood and Wilton Parsons. The widow. Mrs. Loui.-e Ludwig. and son. Frank Ludwig, share equally the property, real ami personal, of Frank Ludwig, acc rdsng to the terms of his will filed in the county court. It was drawn March 84, 1904. Mrs. Ludwig is appointed executrix to serve without bond. LIGHTNING KILLS YOUNG MAN NEAR WALC0TT, IOWA Lightning struck Henry IJose, the 14-year-old son f William IJose, and a man named Wilckens, in a barn on the farm of Charles Suhr. near Wal cott, Iowa. Pridaj afternoon at about :; o'clock and instantly killed Rose and severely injured Wilckens. Tin1 young men were in a barn with a team at the time the accident occur red. The storm drove the men into the barn, and as they were unharness big the horses after a day's work in the field, the lightning struck. It was some time before Wilckens could get away and go up to the house to notify the inmate- cf what had occurred. Thcj took the body of tin- lad into the house and sent for Dr. Schumacher, of Walcott, who arrived several hours after the occurrence. At that time Wilckens was in pretty had shape, but after medical attention had been ac corded him. it was found that h would ultimately recover. LAFAYETTE F0ST0FFIOE ROBBERS MAKE CONFESSION James d. Noonan stud John D. Green, arrested for the robbery of the postoffice at Lafayette. 111., last week, signed a written confession of guilt in the office of Deputy United states Marshal Tripp at Peoria Sat urday. They assigned lack of money ami scarcity of work as motives for the offense. They waived examina tion before Commissioner Howe and were held in $1,500 bonds each. The statt ment contains a detailed account of the articles taken, including $271.81 in stamps and $136 in coin and cur rency. HIE HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY'S SUCCESS. The Harper House Pharmacy, the enterprising druggists, rather than await the ordinary methods of intro duction, urged the Dr. Howard com pany to secure a quick sale for their celebrated specific for the cure of con stipation and dyspepsia by offering the regular 50-Ci nt bottle at half price. The Wonderful success of this plan was a great surprise even to the Har per House pharmacy, and today there are scores of people here in Hock Isl and who arc using and praising this r. markable remedy. So much talk has been caused by this offer, and so many new friends have been made for the Specific, that the Dr. Howard company has author zed the Harper House harmacy to continue this special half price -ale for a limited time linger. In addition to e riling a 50-cent hot tie of Dr. Howard's specific for -' cents, the Harper House pharmacy has so much faith in the remedy that "1 refund the money to anyone ivhom it floes not cure. When your bend aches, your stom ach does not digest food easily and naturally, when there is constipation, specks before the eyes, tired feeling, giddiness, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, heartburn, sour stom ach, roaring or ringing in the ears, melancholy, and liver troubles. Dr. Howard's specific will cure you. If it does not. it will not cost you a cent. I nan Association Notlc. The Rock Island Mutual Building. Loan A Savings association, the oldest savings institution in this section of the state, is now issuing its ssfh scries of stock. Regular monthly investments will earn, if left to maturity. S per cent, and if withdrawn before ma turity a larger per cent than can be obtained in any- other ehannel for savinsrs. All funds are loaned for the building of Rock Island houses, thus riving- employment to mir own citi zens and thereby stimulating home trade in every channel. Mechanics in the huildin? Irades. merchants, and all citizens interested in the progress of our city will reap a double advantage through jnv --invents ;n this, stock. F. H. OUTER, Secretary . Mitchell A- Lynde Building. If you are pale, no energy, no ambi tion, irritable, cross, ugly, take Hol lister's stocky Mountain Tea. and- sec it revitalize your whole system. It will do the business thoroughly. 35 . ents. tea or tablet. Fcr sale by T. H Thomas, pharmacist. We Will Buy A 50c. Bottle of Licgtiozoxke and Give it to You to Liquozone is the only way known to kill germs in the body w ithout killing the tissues, too. It is the only way to end the cause of any germ disease. It is also a vitalizing tonic with which no Other known product can compare. It is new in America, and millions who need it don't know of it. For that reason, we make this remarkable offer. We will buy the first bottle and give it to you if you need it. We will do this gladly to let the product itself show you what it can do. We Paid $100,000 For the American rights to Liquo zone the highest price ever paid for similar rights on any scientific discov ery. We did this after testing the product for two years, through physi cians and hospitals, in this country and others. We paid it because Liquozone does what all the skill in the world can not do without it. Any drug that kills germs is a poison, and it cannot be taken internally. Every physician knows that medicine is almost helpless in any germ disease. Not Medicine. Liquozone is the result of a process which, for more than 20 years, has been the constant subject of scientific and chemical research. Its virtues are de rived solely from gas, made in large part from the best oxygen producers. By a process requiring immense ap CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS. LAW 30, Frank Anderson by George Anderson his father and next friend vs. Republic Iron & Steel com pany, i ase. Demurrer t firs! applica tion to plea of slntutc of limitation sustainr I. Demurrer to second repli cation to pica of statute of limitation overruled. 260, ISmil Brown vs. Deere d Mansur company. Case. .Motion of plaintiff for leave to amend declaration allowed. Rule to plead extended to Maj Chancery ist.Margarci pfaffvs Frederick Pfaff. Divorce. Cau c hoard. Finding an decree for consjilatnnnl for divorce and custody of minor children -is prayed. Iii7. Mabel Dunn vs. Winn if red Dunn. Divorce. Cause heard. Rinding and de cree for complainant for divorce and custody of minor child Lolo May and for alimony. Defendant to hare cus tody of minor child James R. 211, Charles S. Kerns, receiver, vs. Victor Westburg, el al. Foreclosure. Defendants S. Victor Westburg, Em ma Westburg, Alfred Wertmah and Charlotte Wert man presonally served in time. Balance of defendants all enter appearance in writing. First four defend ,nts above named nllcd and de faulted. 213, barlea S. Kerns, receiver vs. (iust Anderson, et al. Foreclosure. Personal service in time. Defendants called aad defaulted. Cause referred 10 master i'i cbancerj to take proofs and report conclusion. 215, Charles S. Rerns, receiver, vs. Milton Nelson, ! al. Foreclosure. Personal service. Defendant- called :im! defaulted. Cnnse referred to mas t. r in chanei r. In take prHfs and re port conclusions of Iav and fact. 210. ( ha rlcs Kerns, receiver vs. Ed Dunn, el al. Foreclosure. Deft ndunts 1 - 1BWH 58 itviffc'm i paratus and 14 days' time, these gases are made part of the liquid product. The result is a product that does what oxygen does; and oxygen is the very source of vitality, the most essen tial element of life. The effects of Liquozone are exhilarating, vitalizing, purifying. Yet it is a germicide so cer tain that we publish on every bottle an offer of $1,000 for a dfsease germ that it cannot kill. The reason is that germs are vegetables: and Liquozone like an excess oi oxygen is deadly to vegetable matter. That is why Liquozone kills every disease germ, and with a product which to the human body is life. Germ Diseases. These are the known germ diseases. All that medicine can do for these troubles is to help Nature overcome the germs, and such results are indi rect and uncertain. Liquozone kills the germs, wherever they are. and the re sults are inevitable. By destroying the cause of the trouble, it invariably ends the disease, and forever. Asthma AbscoKK Anemia Hmnchltls IIUmkI I'olson BrlKhtl Ins. hs. Bowel Trimbles t'ouuhs Coins Consumption 'oll" Cronp C. instillation H:it Fovcr tnflnenss Kidney Diseases IjH GripiHi I 4MKXM f U0e I.ivcr TrOwbaOi lnlim:i Ncurnlsta Many Heart Troubles PI Ips I'muiroonla IMenrtsy . m nsv KhPiim.-it ism 8fcln I1ikvsos Scrofnln SvphlPIs SioiiKich Troubles 'aiarTh -Cancer liTsentrr Diarrhea Deodrva Drape PUR.IT V AND CLEANLINESS 1 RvEl fan ti. WINIfcR. Wholesale Dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS CELEBRATED COLFAX MINERAL WATER. Manufacturers of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS. 4 ifiiMeiK Third Avenue Kock Is. and In emSeMeeMM...s.s Ed Dunn an McLinc Dunn personally called and defaulted. Cause continued ft r service on Barbara Hansler. One of the greatest blessings 0 mod es! man can wish for is a good, relia ble set of bowels. IT you are not llu hanDv possessor of such an oullil you Vu .,-.1,1.1 .' " 1. : , .. ,i... .. pa..: , ,.r tiio e you nave oy tnc juuiciohs uc of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are pleasant to take and agreeable in effect. For sale ly al! drutnrists. Headlights ot the You see them everywhere the signal of en joyment and satisfaction that shines brightly from the face of every Cremo Smoker 5c. Largest Seller in the World. The Hand is the Smoker 's TrotectiofU Throat Trou blS Tniberculosi. T11 mure t'loer Varlococele iVuiuw s Disease All disease, that twsrln with fever-alt Inflamma tionall catarrh all mini itionv diseases all lbs results of imputv r poisonous hliKHt. In nerTotiti ilebilii; Uoaoanos acis as a Tiialliar, accouiplikliUig wiial nourttfs can Uo. 50c. Bottle Free. If you need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail you an or der, on vour local druggist for a fttU- ! size bottle, and we will pay your drug- . v t gist ourselves tor 11. tnis is our iree gift, made to convince you; to show you what Liquozone is, and wdiat it can do. In justice to yourself, please ac cept it to-day, for it places you under no obligation whatever. Liquozone costs 50c. and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for tlii offer may not appear again. Fill out the bleaks ami tnall it la Use l iquid Oconc Col, 4.V -ttiO Wabash Ae., Chicago. My disease is I have never bried f imioinas. but if you will supply uie a 50c. bottle free I will take it. 1 I) 4. A Give full address write plainly. Any physician or hospital not yet using I.;.;.. nt will be sladir sur-tilled for a ttimu as to persons are so much a matter of good bathing epiii nient that I wish to emphasize our facilities for outfitting bath rooms with the best and most sanitary apparatus. In such' eases it is to your highest inter est to consult us, see samples here and get our estimates free of ebarfe. STENGEL. T5Se Plumber Transfers. . J, Bleuer to Edward Sagle, lots 10, 11 and 12, block 3, Univi rsity Place, Rock island. $."..'u. Marv T. T. i rill t. V. T. Terrill " 35 feel lot Weathcrhead's ad I.. Rock I land. $J. I!. U. fJiiyeT, "I ill., to .1. t Sehrlek- I., 1. II I P. null IT I.Iim-I. I IS. " New Shoos add.. Fasi Moline. SI.L'OO. Foley's Honey ami Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness. Sold by till druggists. Dyspepsia Kovere-tiall StooM Goitre--Oont UonurrLca -Gleet m M sBJEsfl R .1 .(