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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER C, 1004.
8 1 fey ?J v f; r. v. T -- W. 8 Latent Photo Of HJANCES MARIE KNOWLTON, Ac Four Yean. 033 G&rfictd Boulevard, Ohicago. For Sale and guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy. mm ms See the smoke charr.bcr (A A).. All nicotine and dust stop there. The bowl can be lifted out of the pipe and cleaned while lighted. Stem cannot c!og. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your nerves or burn your tonrjue. Made of French briar.. You get on.y pure, refreshing smoke withou t nicotine cr dust when using this pips. We will be pleased to show them to you. Z V i :y-i i i :M"h f i VfrKsS -,n J I . ... II i ' V. rymlH l yon will be sure of getting the I 'i ' CHA " -uU-COPYRIflT Best Our prices are more reason able than you will find elsewhere. SIMON JL5:WIS. Market SqvieLre. : :: r H. K. CASTEEL, t President. L. D. MUDGE. Vice President. (Setral Trusts Savings Bank ROCK ISLAND. ILL. INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LW. (npltnl Mock yiiMMMXI. Kotir Per rent Interent Paid on IeMlf . C. J. Lark in. H. H. Clcaveland. H. D. Mack. J. J. LaVello. Mary E. Robinson. John Schafer. H. E. Casteel. E. D. Sweeney. M. S. Heagy, L. D. Mudge. H. W. Tremam H. B. Simmon. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart ment, which is ktpt entirely separate from the banking business of the company. We act as executor of and trusU-es under Wills, Ad ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estate. Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others. Grew AND PROVE IT I.Ittie rran'i-s Alario Knowlton Is the daugh ter ft Lr. K. V. Kuowlton, the discoverer of tli is treat li.'ilr-growiiig remedy, and her beauti ful luilr was grovu wholly by the use of this great tonic. This little girl had do more hair than the average child before using l)andertne. while now 6 ho has thn longest and most beautiful head of golden tiair ever possessed by a child vf her age iu the world. Danderine makes the scalp healthy and fertile and keeps It so. It Is the greatest scalp fertili zer and therefore the greatest hair-producing remedy ever discovered. It is a uatural food and a wliolesomo mediciDO for both the hair and scalp. Even a 25c. bottle of it will put more genuine life lu your hair than a gallon of any other hair tonic ever made. - 1 . NOW at nil flrupists, in three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents anrl $1.00 Itr bottle PRPP To show how quicks Danderine acts, we will IISaEai send a large s;tntple free by return mail to anyone who sends this advertisement to the Knowlton Danderine Co. Chicago, with name and address and 10 cents in silver or stamps to pay postage. 5 JOHN P. SEXTON. Harper House Block. ILock Island Agent for Paine's Perfect Pipe - n All Run Down. There is nothing better when you arc in that condition than a good cordial. Ihit it must he good. We pride ourselves on our excellent stock of Fine Wines and Liquors of all kinds, and if yon will only eome to us when the doctor prescribes, Lost in. Admiractiorv. That Is wliat you will lie if ymi se lect ymir papers from our stock, as we aim to K-t the exclusive sale in the city of the li- st manufac turers in tho husi uess. We als( -irry a In rj;r- line of Im ported liiprrM unit the bent in domrntlc riiiiiI". Kvcn our cheap papers are ar tistic. I'rices run from 3 cents to per roll, fall and be convinced. We also carry a full line of mouldings of all kinds. 4 lit Seventeenth Street. New 'phone T.213. Old "phone 721 X. PAR1DON SON. 419 SEVEXTEE.VTH STREliT. New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 721 X. :0 II. P. SIMMON", Cashier. 1 ! o ill 1 111 8 o i Tzs ar WE CAN DAVENPORT DOTS Yesterday the ease of James Edwin Patterson, administrator of the estate f Robert A. Patterson, vs. the (. M. .t St. P. Railway company, was called for trial before Judge Smith McPher son in the 1'nited States federal court. The action is brought by the adniinis traior to recover $2D,)t from the C, M. i Sr. P. Railway company be- musc of injuries received which caus ed t!:e tleatJi of Rohert A. rattcrson, a brakeman in the Heiirick, la., yards lune P. l!'":l. Patterson was crushed between two freight "ars, which it is alleged were not provided with auto matic couplers. o Important action was taken at a special meeting of !he Davenport .'-chool directors, held Tuesday after noon. The grounds an 1 building com mittee rejmncd that it lias selected group No. 7 of tN specifica'ions and the lowest bid on the same, that of H. It. Walter, of Danville, ill., of $1'JS.3.")0, and that a contract for the erection of the building at t'at figure had been drawn by the architects and signed by Mr. Walter. After bidding all her friends fare well. Miss Dora Pointer, for several years a well-known voting lady of Dav njK)rt has departed for Salem, Ore., where she will make her future home. An interesting announcement in con nection with Miss Holmor's departure from the city is that she will shortly become the bride of Cullen Flanigan. a former well-known resident of Dav enport who is now established in Salem and is rejorted to bo prospering in ihat far western city. o The Northwest Davenport Turner society has let the contract for the building of the new gymnasium to H. & H. Struck, contractors, for the sum of f.e(i). There were many bidders but Messrs. Struck were the lowest. The contract provides for the construc tion of the gymnasium together with other necessary alterations and re modeling upon the building. Mi.-s Clara McDonald, the lG-year-ohJ daughter of John McDonald, Cu3 West Sixteenth street, met with quite a painful accident Tuesday. At the time she was engaged in hanging some clothes upon a line in the yard and dove a broken clothes-pin deep into the flesh of her hand. During Tuesday night's storm, the bouse of Mrs. Geweye located at No. 2i Walling court, was struck by light ning. A large hole was torn in the jroof and other damage done, but for tunately all the occupants escaped in jury. Mrs. Ernestine Kricket. wife of Fred Fricket. had the misfortune to fall down the cellar steps at her home on Twelfth and Harrison streets. Tues day, fracturing both bones of her right arm near the wrist. Dr. Dahms attend ed her reducing the fracture. Heinrich Kniecge, aged 31 years, and a native of Germany, died at the county infirmary Monday afternoon. He is survived by only one son. Con rad Kniegge. who resides at 1C20 South j street in Northwest Davenport. ; I Barney Leonard, the well-known ; character, v.-ho for years resided near ; Eighth and Gains streets, and latter-' ly on Harrison street north of the city hall, is dead and his bodv will arrive ' here from Mt. Pleasant, where death occurred Tuesday, for interment at St. Marguerite's cemetery. Barney Leo nard was a soldier of the civil war. and drew a pension. About a year ago he was married by Justice Louis E. Roddewig to Delia O'Malley.. who sur vives him to claim his pension. Barney never knew his age, but the insane hospital authorities have set it down as C3 years and ten months. When he was married he gave it in the 5n's. The cause of his death is given as pneumonia. Henry Hamilton, alias Hugh Jamie- son, is held to the grand jury in the sum of $1.0ttf bail, to answer to two charges of forgery, and uttering a for gery. W. P. Carlin. the contractor, is complainant in both cases. John Weston a hard working construction laborer, is also held in the same bonds, but merely to insure his presence be fore the grand jury as the principal witness in the case. While at play Tuesday afternoon with several companions on the new high school grounds. Harry Paulsen, son of J. L. Paulsen, the grocer on Thirteenth and Harrison streets, lost his hold upon a rope and fell headfore most to the ground. His fall was meas- .i.wi fprrni li;.'ht if rl,e old Oris ii i i iV .net fiToom was blown down and the new wold college buidhng. a instance ot t , . . , , about ir, feet. Workmen are engaged ""?""! r . ,r , ,f was finished only yesterday. Till this i n moving trees from tne site of the - , ... , . . ..,.....,. i, r, 'stack had been replaced power for1 icw hiu;h schf!ol, and a io:e ,u itfii ... ... , ,. leperating the plant could not be se-. attached to one of these. He and his i , " , , , . ., . , i- w ,i cured and 3..j men employed m the1 . , ver hand along the rope v.nen, just , as Harry Pa in sen was making tne span ... . , . . , . .t if the taut rope stretched between the . . . , , . . . i i trees wind the college, he lost his hold ind fll to the ground. He alighted lpon his head, gave one gasp and be came unconscious. He was carried to his home on a cot, several blocks dis tant and Dr. Carl Mathey was called. The doctor worked over him for some '.inie before he was brought back to consciousness, and is now confident that the boy will recover from his inrts. although internal injuries may vet develop. Tips to Travelers. $4.0." to Springfield and return via the Rock Island, Oct. .". 0. and 7. Re turn limit, Oct. S. Are you going to Kansas City or he southwest? If so, take the South .vest Limited on the C. M. & St. P. at 10:30 p. m.. or the early morning train it 5:30. You will be assured of a oleasant and safe journey. Cheap rates to St. Loui3. Mo., on ac count of the exposition, via the Illinois Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best service. Quick time. Write or call on is for full information. City ticket office, 329 Main street, Peoria, 111. G. . Smith, general, agent. 'Phone M, 36. Illinois Central Excursions. To the south and southwest only $1S round trip, Peoria, 111., Vicksburg, Miss., New Orleans, La., Houston, Tex., Galveston. Tex., San Antonio, Tex., Dallas, Tex., Fort Worth, Tex., and intermediate points. Tickets on sale Sept. 20th and 27th. Oct. 4th and ISth. A grand opportunity to see the south and southwest. Stop overs per mitted enroute. For full particulars write or call on the undersigned. G. A. Smith, Commercial Agent. City ticket office, 329 Main street. Stop and Think. If you want to go to Chicago you can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s fine trains and make an easy and rap id journey. Trains for Chicago leave Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. ni., arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m., and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi cago at 7:55 a. m. Going to the World's Fair? Your best route is over 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 ria and Chicago. Superb day coaches and Pullman parlor cars. Pullman sleeping cars and both cafe and din ing cars. Ask your home ticket agent for a ticket via the Chicago & Alton Short Line. Family of Rats End Life Together. In the yard of a local residence, a pathetic sight was seen the other morning. Near the water faucet was a family of dead rats. They had eaten Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste and rushed out of the house to the nearest point where there was water, and gave up life together. Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste is sure death. It is easy to use and absolutely guaranteed to kill cockroaches, water bugs, rats, mice, etc., driving them out of the house to die. Deal ers generally have the Paste for sale, or package will be sent, express prepaid on re ceipt of price by the Stearns' Electric Paste Co.. Tribune Building, Chicago, 111. Small size, 25c; Hotel size, eight times the quantity, $1.00. 33 SOLD BY T. II. THOMAS. oooooooooooocoooooooooooco o Tri-City Catering Co., o Caterers and party cooks. Serve Si parties of all kinds complete, O also make and supply ice cream, cake, patties, croquettes and salads. We also have a great variety of china, silver, linen and cut glass to rent. If you are going to entertain, call up 'Phone 940 North, and see what we can do for you. MOLINE MENTION An Associated Press dispatch an nounces that Frank G. Allen, of Mo line. has given property valued at $30. 000 for a recreation field for Smith college students. The property in cludes 30 acres in the heart of North ampton. Mass. Nels Andreen and Annie S. Peterson were marired at 3:30 Tuesday noon at the Swedish Lutheran parsonage. Rev. A. Kjellstrand officiating. A wedding supper was served at the bride's home 1217 Twelfth street in the evening, af ter which a very pleasant season of greeting and congratulations was spent. Many beautiful gifts fell to the lot of the young people. Work was resumed today in the shops of the Union Malleable Iron com pany and the Moline Scale company at East Moline. Upwards of 400 men re turned to work after a period of idle ness since Sunday. Sept. 2.". when the evening storm damaged the plants to such an extent that neither could op erate till repairs were made. The smokestack on the Malleable boiler !! c'-if ir mill rT it I jlalleable company shops were laid off ,. . . ' . , pending the erection of the new stack, r, , Tne bcale company saops operate on i . , ,, . , . . ' v t OVll4 1.llttH tHUIIVUUIV lion ,. , , A company iower house and 40 odd men have been out of work at that place. Ladies of the W. C. T. U. met Tues day afternoon with Mrs. B. B. Tyr rell. Mrs. .1. C. Lloyd was selected as delegate to the state convention which j opens I riday lorenoon in Murpnys- boro and continues till Monday. She was selected in appreciation of her work in securing fourteen new mem bers of the Moline union. Superin tendents in the various departments of work were also selected: Flower mis sions and mothers' meetings, Mrs. J. W. Atkinson: evangelistic work. Mrs. F. .1. Savage: scientific temperance in stiuction. Mrs. J. F. Huntoon; rescue work. Mrs. M. R. Metzgar; press work and ice water barrels. Mrs. M. A. Tay lor. At the session of the Moline lodge of Elks. G. G. Phillips, of Peoria, rep resenting the Northwest National Life insurance company of Minneapolis, laid before the members his plan for the securing of an opera house for tin's city. The plan, in brief, is that the lodge, for securing insurance con tracts, is to receive 50 per cent of the premiums of the first year. Thus, if insurance representing $30,000 in pre miums is written by the Elks, the lodge is to receive $23,000 as an opera house fund. The proposition met with considerable favor, but the members thought best to appoint a committee to investigate the matter thoroughly and to report at a later meeting prob ablv the next one. Members of the Moline Retail Mer chants' association met Tuesday night and laid their plans for the proper en tertainment of the convention of the state retail merchants which is to be held in this city Feb. 21. 22 and 23. next year. Various plans were talked over and it was decided to give some sort of entertainment to the visitors the first night: a banquet the second night and to allow one-half of the second day to sightseeing, so that it would not be necessary for anyone to miss the convention business through a desire to see the three cities. The regular meeting of the board of education was held Tuesday evening, and the board granted the teachers of the city permission to attend the meet ing of the Northwest Illinois Teachers' Association convention which is to he held in Evanston Oct. 27. 2S and 29. Those of the teachers who may wish to at end may do so. while those who remain here will teach. Tuesday afternoon a very pretty home wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson, 1019 Thirteenth street, when their daughter, Melvina. was united in mar riage with J. Alfred Swanson. Only the immediate relatives of the contract ing parties were present. Rev. C. E. Hoffsten of the Grace Lutheran church pronounced the words which made them man and wife, the ring ceremony being used. ' After a sumptous dinner the happy couple left on the evening train for St. lxuis and the fair. The bride has been employed as stenog rapher for the Barnard & Leas Manu facturing company, while the groom is employed as trimmer with the Veile Carriage company. o Reports of attendance at the new public library for September show that September, 1904, noted an increase of 800 over September, 1903 certainly a tribute to the attraction of the new building and better facilities. The meat dealers of the city have joined in a plan for Sunday observ ance and have agreed not to sell or deliver meat from their shops on Sun-j days between November and April of each year, under a penalty of $25 for each offense, this being backed by a bond of $100. put up by each party to the agreement. I live and let my brethen live With all that's good with me. Unto the poor some cash I give. The balance I give Kocky Mountain Tea. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy. ur Plan of Loaning Money I Enah'e. you to get it v. hen you want it. without pub licity, references, indorsers. or other annoying formalities. Our terms are reasonable and fair, and you can pay the whole amount at any time, and stop all charges, or you can arrange to carry the loan as long as you may need it. Amounts From S10 Upward. Ixans made on the following securities, without re moving the property from your possession: Household furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, or other personal prop erty. No advance charges, no charges for papers, and no expense of any kind, unless we make you a loan. Tell us what you need, and we will be glad to quota you rates. Our confidential agent will call if you find it inconvenient to come here. FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY, MITCHELL SL LYNDE BLOCK, ROOM 33, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Office hours S a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Teleplsoue West 514; new telephone, COIL . Kjr ' 9 fWt" fcijtlsaMKtj 1 . . 6 cut i n ill 1 ; . i "j 4,ioooov'ohth t,r sold to TCiAKe P3om i' ml M 1 JJ ' -m w n DO ,5 1 SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN. i i;l tilted liy Ifumnn Ilnlr Vliere I):iadruir In Krnillenled. PealKkIn is admired the world over for Is svftne::3 and s!o?siness; and yet the ::jman hair Is equally as port and glossy .hen healthy; and the radical cause of a!! .l'.ir trouble is dandruff, which 13 caused iy a pestiferous parasite that saps the vitality of the ha!r at its root. Newbro's Ilorpicide is the only preparation that I fatal to the dandruff perm. Without dan Jruff there is no falling hair, but a lux uriant crowth of Rlossy. soft hair i3 cer tain. Srou7-inT the sealp won't curt dan uruff. Kill the d:inilruff frorm. Thr.n? iTidx cf won-fn oct tholr beautiful suit. of hair to Nwhro's Ilerptfide. Fold by Iradiner dm j plots. Send 1c. In stamps to The IJtn icide Co., Detroit. Mich. For Eale by T. II. Thomas, druggist. Cut Rates to Southwest and California S31 to California, one way, daily S-pi. 15 to Oct. 15. Good in tourist sleepers, berth rate extra. tf Oklahoma, Ind ton Territory and Texas; SIS round trip. Aug. 23 Sept.. 12 and 27. first class, three weeks return limit. r .50 to Pecos Valley of tJ New Mexico. Same dates as the Oklahoma rate. For further information ask H. D. Mack. Gen. Agt.. A. T. & S. F. Ry. Rock Island. 06 MM C (V 0 I) c i 9 6 a 8 1 6 1 TOT. ."'V ".'l ".'5 ce II No ;T ?! Woivder -V- j this man j does such j a fine :il I . i t Look what a reputation m hp; Vmc; W or - rr mope. -1 PVTnnl1Cn : LtUHUH 11 i - i 4 T:rij ea tne - last i JO 6 II i JONES Chicago Dental Company OFFICE 16171 SECOND AVENUE. PaJnless Extracting and removal of nerves done by us, and the best and most careful treatment given to all cases. READ THIS: We have a patent thin elastic plate with natural gums that tits in all cases ami when others fail. We use no cheap material in our office, for our work is all 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. Cement Filling Gold Platinum Filling .25 .50 .50 1.00 4.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 Silver Filling Gold Fillings, $1 and up Gold Crowns, 22k., $4 and $5. Thin Elastic Plates Best Red Rubber Plates Oothers OFFICE, K07' SECOND AVENUE, Over Speidel's Drug Store. DR. C. S. MARSHALL. OOOOOCXXXXXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXJ Tri-City Transfer and Fuel Co. Hauling and moving of all kinda, large or small at reason able rates. Daily wagoni to Moline and Davenport. We also handle the best grades of hard and soft coal. A portion of your patronage Ib respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. New 'phone 5464, old 545. Q Office, 215 Twentieth Street, S Rock Island, III. ! 7l'.g'!.HI'h oooooooooocooooooooooooooo eOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOu