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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1004.
OC OCXJOC5CC5COCOOCOOOOC Homeseekers' Excursion to Wyoming and NebrcskL jj Sept. 15 and 29. 1 Round Trip Only $18. 1 (5K Do you think cf changing your location to a newer rc- CJ, CC3 '- 6p gon? If so, here is your opportunity to investigate promis- cr; q3 ing country at small cost. O.J V Fcr detailed information ask ejj 1 F. A. Riddell, Agt. "avvo.ilva' 6 t r- - All Run Down. t r 1' i V - Ml There Is nothing better when you are In that condition than a good cordial. But It must be good. We ? LrUf.- t'r- pride ourselves on our excellent t'pMV-i"'''' ' i tock of Fine Wines and Liquors ol P. -3 S .1 k'. .Aj -M all kinds, and if you will only come to us when the doctor prescribes, you will be sure of getting the ' I fr-'v4 'L.f Best. Our prices are more reason- I V'.. r V2 ' 5 JlS able than you will find elsewhere. ? SIMON LEWIS. Market Sqviacre. j CO000O00O0CXX5OOCXXXXXXX5OO00O00O000O0OO00O00O00000 ! ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money leaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. DinncTORS R. R. Cable, William H. !.Tit. II. I .Hull. K. W. Hurst, Began the business July 2. 1890, jonn Vols:. ami occupies S. E. corner of Mitch ell & Lynde'8 building. Solicitors Jackson and Hunt OFFICFKS J. M. Buford. President. H. I Hull. Vice President. I. Qreenawalt. Cashier. P. Oreenawalt, Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, J. M. Buford, DAVENPORT DOTS o o 8 ocCOOOOCOOOOOOGOOOOOGOOOGOOOOCOOOCOOOOaOOOOOOOOOO tl Chicago Dental Company OFFICE 1617'2 SECOND AVENUE. INSURANCE. Charles E. Hodgson, Fire Insurance Agency. Established 1874. American Ins. Co.... Continental Ins. Co.. Agricultural Ins. Co. Traders' Ins. .Co.... .Newark, N. J. N'ew York .... New York Chicago. 111. PaJnless Extracting and removal of nerves dune by us, snd ILe best and most careful treatment given to all case. READ THIS: We have a pittnt thin tlastie plate vith natural g-utns that f.t iu nil eases and when others fail. We ue no cheap material in our oiliee for our work i ell guaranteed to be equal to the high est priced dentists and to be first class In every respect. Notice our prices be low, they are always the same: CLEANING FREE. tement Filling 9 .25 Gold Platinum Filling 50 Silver Filling 50 old Fillings, $1 and up 1.00 Gold Crowns 22k, $4 and $5 4.00 Thin Elastic Plates 10.00 best Red Rubber Plates 10.00 Othera 5.00 OJT1ICE 1607 SECOND AVENUE, Over Speidel'a Drug Store. DR. 8. C. MARSHALL. XX)OOOOOOOOOCCCOCK)OOOOOOCO Tri-City Transfer and Fuel Cc. Hauling and moving of all kinds, large or small at reason able rates. Daily wagons to Moline and Davenport. W"e also handle the best grades of hard and soft coal. A portion of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. New 'phone 51C4. old 545. Office, 215 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, III. OOOCOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) 1 Williamsburg Ins. Co New York New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N. Hampshire North German Ins. Co New York American Ins. Co. .. .Philadelphia, Pa.. Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn. Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111. Oflice, room Buford block. Kates as low as consistent with security. J. iM. BUFORD GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. The oi l lire and time tried companies represented. Hates as low as any reliable company can afford. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marcus, 1124 Scott street, occur red the death of Mrs. Caroline Conrad. Deceased was born in Germany and .. i .1 o t was s. years, n nonins aim -1 uct3 old at the time of her demise. ine body was shipped to Lyons, Iowa. Frank Sammons, the electrician. whose hand was painfully burned and lacerated in an accident on the gov ernment island some weeks ago, has been operated upon, and the thumb of the injured hand was amputated. The chief laceration was upon that mem ber. Skin had to be grafted from the arm upon the two burned fingers. The doctors hope for an early recovery. o The express car which was robbed by the bandits on the Rock Island near Letts several days ago was brought to Davenport yesterday. It remained for a time upon the tracks mar the depot and there was viewed by hundreds of people, many of whom were in search of some relic by which they could perpetuate the remembrance of the hold up. Later the car was tak en U the Hock Island shops in this city, where it will be repaired. The only damage noticeable upon the car was a hole in the door and the broken wiirdow glass. The cracked sale had been removed before the car reached here. The board of insanity commissioners met at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon and sent Mrs. Mary Wilhelmina Han sen, from Northwest Davenport, to Mt. Pbasant as a public insane patient. The lady is middle-aged, and is in a deplorable mental and nervous condi tion. o William Brink, the window dresser at the Boston store, was in police court yesterday, charged with the defacing of the waste paper box on the south east corner of Second and Harrison streets. It appears that Brink erased the ad. eif Silberstein Bros, from the receptacle and was arrested for doing so. William C. Mullen, of the Tri-City Advertising company, file'd the infor mation, and Martin Silberstein and Mr. Swain, of their store, were the wit nesses. James Troy, who was apprehended in Clinton Friday night and brought to this city by Detective Feers em the charge of forging Mrs. Britt's name to a cluck for $."(, and ebtaining the money upon it, will not be given a pre liminary hearing. He is now in jail. where be will remain until the grand jury shall have finished with him. Troy was held to Ihe grand jury some time ago on the charge of larceny. He is the' party who robbed the F. H. Maas safe of $!mi one night while he was alone in the bain. He was re leased on $.".110 bail furnished by Mrs Itritt. the lady whom he robbed the $50 upon a forged check. He will now have to face the grand jury on the forgery charge, which puts him in line for two indictments, both of which crimes are punishable with a state's prison sentence. He is now in jail without the chance of furnishing bond. Mrs. Britt having withdrawn hers in the former case and is anxious to prosecute the man whom she befriend ed and who later proved so ungrate ful. o The petit jury was called at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon and at once the case of William K. Puis vs. Clans Gruenau was made. This is the first case to bo called f,,r jury trial during the term. George H. Koch rep resents the plaint ilT. who is suing for commission, and George W. Scott the defendant. o William Koggeiikamp. who operated a cigar factory on Fight h and Harri son streets, has gone to California, having sufficient debts behind him to seriously discredit his creditors. Mr. Big Rooms Big Meals Small Cost. khl L mi &?-iM "Up Agin" a Good Thing a man when he commence to patronize the American Steam Laundry. "The best laundry I ever struck is what those who Indulge j in a little slang would say. But entre nous if you want your linen I as faultless aa when you first j bought It, in color and finish, we ! will guarantee to do it to your sat- Isfaction eTery time. Careful hand- j ling and artistic work are anion j our up-to-date methods. ! AMERICAN TEAM LAUNDRY, j Twrirtfe Stwf Bad nrtk Arras, j Tiet 1SSC Not wit list . i inline malicious reports to th corn t-ii ry. tin- Itist.b- Inn ;i t th" " "fill's f.rir. St. I.oiris. tins t lioroudr 1 v - istain.-.l the 1 1 r it 1 1 reputation of K. .M. Statl. r. its ma iiairer. for giviriK lirst class accommodations at reasonable rates. Thanks to its enormous size ati'l won. i. i f ill equipment, it lias been ena ble. 1 to properly cate for the enormous . row, is which have sought its hospi lalitv. without nvinnnnling or dis comfort. STaiiitinir. as it docs, upon an emi nence, ar.d surrounded bv a beautiful riatur.il lunst. it has enioyed the pop ii'.tr -.-:-.ict ,,f l,ejrtr the coolest and most d huht f ill spot iu all St. Louis. Tin- extraordinary convenience of lie. t?!tr risrht ir.sid- the trroir.l ar.d there by savinir all tiresome street ear jour neys has 1- . n .ippreciateil by every -"st. iii.l the management have won high praise f,.r their sin-.-essful ffort." in catering to the comfort, safetv and "riioyment of each and every visitor. Tie rates, which are very reasonable, ran H em i .". to $ :.. .".a " per day Ku ropeam and (rem fZ to $7 On Ameri can plan. A postal addr-.-scl to the Tnsi le Inn. World's Fair (Jro'ind. St. Louis, will hrir.sf interesting: details regarding- res ervations, etc. ; FLORENCE H. KNIGHT. Pia.no Forte Instruc tress and CrchestraJ Accompa.nist. Fimili.ir with the Standard Ov ertures. Classic and Popular Music of the Pay. ROBERT It. KNKillT. Kiprlruceel Trap Drummer. (t'n!on Mcsic'.ansj .llrrs till H'r M Itwk Island Itoggenkamp went to the coast Sundaj evening, leaving his creditors to mourn the loss of about $600. A few days ago two levies were made upon his stock by A. Moormann. the cigar box manufacturer, to secure $05.35. and by Ernst Lagenheim to recover $20. the latter sum being for wages. These attachments closed up the fac tory last week. Yesterday morning, however, hearing that the proprietor had left town. Alfred C. Mueller, on behalf of Frances Roggenkamp, sister of the manufacturer, levied an attach ment also upon the stock to secure a note given in the sum of $52.".. Sheriff MeArthur served the necessary papers and made the levey in the case. The goods seized will be sold at public out cry to satisfy the three claims. Others, however, are likelv to file in the case. CLASH OVER FISHING LAWS Government Crew in Employ of Fish eries Bureau Arrested. Several times the question has aris en whether the government has any right to take fish from the tributary wate-rs of the Mississippi for distri bution in interior waters, when the taking of such lish is contrary to the laws of the state. The question is about to be tested in the courts. Last Friday Sheriff Whitniore and deputy, of Jo Daviess county, placed under arrest the government fish gathering crew, which is working out of the station there and took the major portion of the crew to Galena. The arrests were made at Menomine island, about two miles north of Gor don's terry, where the day's catch, consisting of over l.'u0 small bass, were released into the Mississippi river, the seines seized and taken with those arrested to Galena. The young men are in the employ of Sttpt. Johnson, who has charge of the Bellevue station, and are engaged in taking game fish from waters trib utary to the Mississippi river and principally owned by citizens in the state of Illinois, and shbping them to either states anil waters. Kurth and Week went to Galena Saturday morning with the launch, where they met Supt. Johnson, who had the boys released on bail, and returned with them in the evening. Tips to Travelers. Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac count of the exposition, via the Illinois Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best service. Quick time. Write or call on us for full information. City ticket office, 329 Main street, Feoria, 111. G. A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M, S9G. Are you going to Kansas City or the southwest? If so. take the South west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at 10:30 p. m., or the early morning train at 5:30. You will be assured of a pleasant and safe journey. The Rock Island's Through Service to St. Louis Fair. Through sleeper out of Rock Island every evening except Sunday. Time of trains. Through sleeper daily except Sunday to St. Louis by way of the Hock Island road. Leaves Rock Island at 7:2( p. ni., and arrive at St. Louis at 7:15 a. m. Day coaches on same train. Morning train leaves Rock Isl and at S:5 a. m., arriving in St. Louis in the evening. Sixty-day tickets, $9.S5, on sale daily. Coach tickets, $C, em sale Tuesday and Thursday, limit six days. Ftr further information call at ticket office. Illinois Central Excursions. To the south and southwest only $1S round trip, Feoria, 111., Vickshurg, Miss., New Orleans, La., Houston, Tex., Galveston. Tex., San Antonio, Dallas. Tex.. Fort Worth. Tex.. intermediate points. Tickets on Sept. 2"th and 27th, Oct. 4th and A grand opportunity to see the south and southwest. Slop overs per mitted enroute. Fur full particulars write- cir call on the undersigned. G. A. Smith, Commercial Agent. City ticket office-, 32! Main street. Tex. and sale lSth Direct to Main Entrance World's fair grounds without change of cars. Commencing with Sept. S, tile Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Rail way company will run trains to and frtini St. Iuis Union Station via the world's fair grounds, stopping at Wa bash depot, opposite main entrance to fair grounds, to receive and dis charge passengers. Baggage will be checked to world's fair statitm if de sired. The C. P. & St. L. is the only line offering this advantage except the Wabash. Passengers leaving C. P. & St. L. trains at world's fair grounds are within a few minutes walk of some of the best hotels in St. Louis. Save expense, time and trouble by purchas ing your tickets via the C. P. & St. L. Going to the World's Fair? Your best route is t)er the Chicago & Alton railway. All lines of railway will sell you tickets over this line whether you decide to go via Peoria or via Chicago. The rates are as low as by any line, and your home ticket agent will be pleased to sell you a a ticket over the Chicago & Alton Short Line if you ask for it. Direct ! connections with all railroads at Peo J ria and Chicago. Superb day coaches land Pullman parlor cars. Pullman ! sleeping cars and both cafe and d:n 'ing cars. Ask your home ticket agent ' for a ticket via th Chicago & Alton j Short Line. ; : ))' wi-imnn s never Tnr nM tn lie hanH. some, never too t)ld to be young again. if she takes Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. Brings bright eyes, rosy checks, good health. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas" pharmacy. tO. 1 ) To sweeten, To refresh, To cleanse the system, Effectually and Gently ; .it -.ft ?l m v. There Is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its bene ficial effects Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or con stipated; For men, women and children; Acts best on the kidneys and liver, stomach and bowels; Always buy the genuine Manufactured by tho HftRNIA TIG AYR 5m Francisco, C&l. Louisville, Ky. The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The full name of the companyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co. is always printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle. rtewYork.tt. MOLINE MENTION The Moline division of the Illinois Naval Militia departed in force Sunday evening for the world's fair at St. Louis. Departure was over the Bur lington road and the Rock Island di vision was joined by the Moline boys here. o Form r Supervisor Albert 1M, the well known contractor, was the victim of pickpockets during the republican flag-raising cere-monies Saturday even ing. While being jostled about in the crowd at the corner of the Manufactur ers' hotel a few minute's before the speaking commenced, someone ex tracted a wallet from his hip pocket, which contained $'!0 in bills besides a few checks. house. He it neighlior, Philip lloening. of Walker Station, was drunk Sunday. This is nothing remarkable1 for Mr. lloening. fer he has been drunk before. But this par tictihir Sunday lie wen' home and drove his family out eif the then thrcateme'd the life of and as a result is now in the1 county jail. When lloening drove bis family from the house Charles Ilawley inter fere d in the proceedings and the next move of Mr. lloening was to get a re volver and threaten the life of Mt Ilawh-y. So Mr. Ilawley had him ar rested and Judge Olson allowed in police court that Hnenitig should be place, 1 ruder peace bonds. The sum dcti rmined on was $li"i and until this bond is secured Mr. lloening will re side in the county jail. lie was taken there by Deputy Sheriff Charles Sea holi'j. o Prof. B. F. Teal, the newly appointed instruct, jr in mathematics at the Mo line l:ih school, delivere'd a lecture at the Second Congregational church Sunday e vening, his subject being "Education and Religion in the Philippine- Fsii'tids." Prof. Teal, having resides in the1 islands fey two years, is well qualified to speak em this subject, and held the attention of his auditors throughout his discourse-. Saturday evening L. M. Swansn and Miss Ida Montenson were marrie d at tlie parsonage1 of the Swe-elish Lu theran church. Rev. C. A. Hembeirg ofTiciatin. The attendants we-re- Miss Amelia Hellberg and Peter Swanson. being played by a team from Stewart ville and Daebedlie ban's addition. o Charles Augustus Anderson, whose residence is 1502 Twelfth avenue1, died Saturday afternoon from a complica tion eif disease-s brought on by an at tack of typhoid. Deceased was born in Sweden, Feb. :. 1X7:5. and came te this country in lN!t. He located in this ciy at that time' and has lived here ner since1. He' was married to his now bereaved wife1 in T.!i7. Mr. An derson has hern employed at Deere & Co's. plant. Besieles thi widow. thevre survives one1 daughter and his aged father, also throe sisters in Sweden and two brothers in this count rv. What's in a Name? Everything is in the name when it conies te Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. Df Witt. & Co., of Chicago, discovered semie- years ago how te make a salve from Witch Hazed that is a specific for Piles. For blind, blee-ding, itching and protruding piles, ecze-nia. cuts, burns, bruises and all skin diseases, DeWitt's Salvo has no equal. This has give-n rise; to numerous worthless counter feits. Ask feir DeWitt's the genuine. Seild by all druggists. THE PEOPLE ALL In f'horua Crli-el, ! fa Xfnbro'i llcrplolelc. This word of late has been in every one's mouth, and many :iro wonitrlnif what the word siunilics, thotiKh no mm has yet bee-n found, who will deny that N'KYVHKO'S IIKUriCini: doe-s the wonr. Well, fcr the- information of thousand of "(,le who like to know all ritmut a koh'I !:it. wo would pay that II KRPICI OK nr-ai::--. a destroyer or kl'lcr of 'Herpes," .' v "!lei:;" is tlu- family name of a !:soase e.ll:s, (i ,y various vegetable par isites. A s'mllar microbe causes datt :rutf. it"ld:u- s-m1i. and fatlin hair: thl.-j 1?ic mi -robe thai NKWUKO'S UK.IJPI UK r mplly destroys; after which the) tair criiws, Sold by leading drurclsts. -rnil !"'-. in stamps for sample to The leri-iciuc Co.. Detroit. Ml.-li. For sale by T. II. Thcma, drugtfiat. PESS & HEAD NOISESCURED ; help rari f.ill--l. 51 'im-1. f FREE finieklv t home ty nninvimhle rtrvli e : help r;ir clkAWfl lMIi-vefi.Hfierall rTiietii- iihv' rau-i. aeini' fii-lt-adiusting. I'scd and endorsed by Physician, w rite to r . 1 1 , ih u- For sale by T. II. Thomas. PUR.ITY AND V?:ii-vU'. ..'1 ''I'. Ned Moore is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moore, for a week. He is now prac ticing law in Chicago and writing a little music now and then as a matter of dive rsion, list time he was down he was at wrrk on the score for an opera. O. K. Child, credit man for De e-re & Mansur company will deliver an ael dress before the Chicago Credit Men's assoriatiein which mens at the She-r-man house tomorrow evening. His sub ject will he "a Political Complexity." At a Sunday game of football in Daebeliiehn's pasture em Seventh street a riot was started and several were injured in the fijrht. Warrants have- be.n sworn ejut for nine persons. Riot wh 'He r seiine dispute- e .CC V. -i) tl -ed bv the football game which was n CLEANLINESS s to person" are eei much matter of good bathing eepilp mnt that I wish to emphanlze our facilities fer ontfltllng bath room" with the best nod moBt anltary apparatus. In anch cahc" It la te yiir highest luter et to consult ua. see samplei here and get our estimate" free of charge. STENGEL. J5he Plumber H. E. CASTEEL, President. L. D. MUDGE, Vice President. H. B. SIMMON, Cashier. 8 Central Trust sjsavinffs mrik i5 o o isi i ROCK ISLAND. ILL. INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW. Capital "fork flOO,00. C. J. Larkln, J. J. UVcllc, II. E. Casteel. L. D. Mudge. Four 1'rr Ceat lotrrrat I'ald nm Deaoalta. II. II. Clcavcland. Mary Ii. Robinson, E. D. Sweeney, II. W. Tremann, H. D. Mack, John Hchafer, M. S. Heajry, II. B. Simmon. TRUST DEPARTMENT. 8 o Estate- and property of all kinds are managed by this depart ment, which Is kept entirely beparate from the banking buidneea of the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wllla, Ad ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates. Receiver and assignee of Insolvent estates. General financial agent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others. 8 I is I oooocooooooooooooooooocococoooooooooooooooooooooooooo p 320 20th St.. 'Phone West 816, 4 ring. COCOOCXXXOCeOCX00000000 1