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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905.
Let Common Sense Decide
. honestly believe, that coffee sold loose (in bulk), exposed
to uusi, germs ana uusecis, passing
through many hands (some of
them not over-clean), 'blended,"
you don't know how or by "whom,
is fit for your use ? Of course you
Is another story. The green
berries, selected by keen
lodges at the plantation, are
skillfully roasted at our fac
tories, where precautions you
would not dream of are taken
to secure perfect cleanliness,
flavor, strength and uniformity.
From the time the coffee leaves
the factory no hand touches it till
it ts opened in your kitcfien.
Thim has made LION COFFEE the IXADFJt OF ill FACIA CZ COFFEES.
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas
ing popularity. "Quality survives all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-Lead on every package.)
(Save your Lion-beads for valuable premiums. )
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
"Soon after I began to take
Wine of Cardui I could see that
I was beginning to get back
That is the comment Mrs. Seymour
If you are sick you can take Wine of
Cardui and secure health and strength. If
other medicines and other treatment have
failed, that will make no. difference. Few
women have taken Wine of Cardui at first.
Iy far the greater number of Wine of
Cardui cures are women who could not
secure relief elsewhere. All druggists sell $1 .00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
No. 48 Straight St., Grand Rapids, Mich.
I am pleased to endorse Wine of Cardui as I found it so beneficial to
restore my utrength after my baby was born. I could not seem to get well
enough to be up and able to do my work, and as I had been in bed for six
weeks this was rather serious, but soon after I began to use Wine of Cardui I
could see that I was beginning to get back my strength. In another week
I was able to sit up most of the day and in a month I was able to be up and
do mnt of my work. I think it is 0 J
splendid medicine for a woman and YtA4' sX. ytffl'
can certainly give it highest praise. TA8CBEB. WOman-9 ixovmiAi magus.
T. W. Fogelstrom
) ASSIST i T Furniture Upholstering neatly done.
1103 Third avenue. Rock Island.
Old 'Phone W122; new 'phone 5423.
MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
successful treatment If you are suffering from Nervous Debility, Ex- O
haustlon. Drains, Physical Decline, Blood Toison, Varicocele, Failing R
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyspepsia, Piles. Bronchitis, Q
Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength and Vigor. 5
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Tou need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
Uterine or Ovarian Disease, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, Backache, Constipation. Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained in the tri
cJties over two years. You also know he has been located in Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
Tl T. TF" A T Cf'C TJ?7? .fT.lf V VT Cures
lt . rr mm.M-ju M.m. m. m. m. .. - a
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Cures tbe mo8t ohstl-
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT s m00 to
8 DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT win cUre you of chroa-
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DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Is based on 25 n'
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT ie' n modern
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc Dr. Walsh's Treatment Is
within the reach of all.
Only Curable cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday, li?n to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
. Daughter Bereaved.
That she -had just received word
from St. Louis of the death of her
husband, was the sad news that Mrs.
John Herald, of St. Joseph. Mo., tele
graphed to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Brandt, of 922 West Second
street. Mr. Brandt left at once to meet
Mrs. Herald in St. Louis. As no de
tails were given, the nature of the prob
able tragedy that had cost the son-in-law's
life was unknown to him, and it
was probably unknown to the wife
when she sent the telegram. A tele
gram from Paducah. Ky., brings the
following details: "Paducah, Ky., May
?.. The dead body of who is supposed
to be X. J. Herald of St. Joseph, Mo.,
was taken from the Ohio river near
Joppa, III., 10 miles below here, yes
terday. It apparently had been in the
water but a short time, and bore no
marks of violence. It is thought the
man came here Saturday and register
ed at the New Richmond hotel as S. J.
D. Meyer, of Cairo, 111. He was given
checks for his overcoat and a book of
cigar labels, samples from J. J. Wied
mann, Clark avenue, St. Louis. These
checks were found in the pocket of the
dead man, and there also was an acci
dent insurance policy for $300 in the
name of Herald. It Is thought he fell
from the excursion steamer J. S. Sun
day night, before she reached Paducah.
The body will be held for word from
Given a Cane.
At a meeting of the Master Horse
shoers, held Monday evening, it was
voted to present brother P. J. McNer
ney with a gold headed cane, and a
committee consisting of William Gor
don and Paul Sevcrin was appointed to
make the purchase. Yesterday morn
ing the committee selected the finest
gold headed cane in town and last
evening the presentation was made to
Went Suddenly Insane.
Monday evening H. Huge, a young
man, suddenly went violently insane
while near Third and Gaines streets.
He fell to the pavement, and the am
bulance had to be summoned to take
him to Mercy hospital, where he was
immediately placed under restraint.
The story has been told that the young
man had been jilted by a girl and he
at once took to drink, thus bringing on
the dementia. With proper restraint,
treatment and care he will soon re
cover from his trouble.
Home for Working Girls.
The Sisters of Mercy have entirely
renovated the old St. Mary's school
building on the corner of Eighth and
Hennepin streets, and it is now ready
to be christened "St. Mary's Home."
The renovating and refitting has been
the result of the sisters' desire to con
vert the school building into a home
for working girls. It is the intention
of the sisters to afford the comfort and
protection of the home for young wo
men employed in the city, who have
been deprived of such advantages.
May Build Hotel.
A meeting was held in George
Schwenke's place in Bettendorf last
evening to discuss the project of but d
ing a hotel in that city. It is thought
that the project would be a good one,
owing to the fact that there are now a
great number of men working in the
shops who reside in Davenport and go
back and forth to the shops every
morning and evening. The ability to
secure lodging in Bettendorf would be
a great saving for them.
Celebrate "Poet's Birth.
TlK"- Davenport Turner society is
making elaborate preparations for the
celebration of the 100th anniversary of
the death of Friedrich Schiller. This
will be celebrated on two different ev
enings, the first program being given
this evening and the second, the prin
cipal event, being set for Sunday even
ing. Greeks Steal Coal.
A colony of Greek section workmen
are housed in box cars side-tracked off
East River street at the end of the C.
R. I. & P. yards. They cook, eat and
sleep there, and last Sunday celebrated
the Greek Easter there. For fuel, they
pick up wood wherever they can find
it. and coal from the railway yards. J
However, sometimes this coal is not
all dropping from shunted cars, but
much, it is said, is taken directly from
the cars and belongs to coal dealers.
tA any rate, "John Doe," a Greek, has
been arrested charged with larceny.
Hiram Wylie signed the information,
which charges him with taking a jag
of coal from the Wylie sheds on East
River 6treet valued at $1.
Gets Big Contract.
J. W. Crowley has returned home
from Terre Haute, where he has charge
of the work on the Chicago Southern
railway, which was begun last Janu
ary, and which he is personally super
intending. He brought home with him
a contract for the first 20 miies of
concrete work on the Southern Indiana
railway from Black Hawk to Indian
apolis. This involves all the concret
ing and bridging as far as the survey
of the road is now made.
Died in Poverty.
At her home, 2223 Cherry street,
yesterday morning occurred the death
of Mrs. Anna Hart, widow of John
Hart, who operated a cobbling shop
where the Davenport steam heating
plant now is on East Third street, and
who has been deceased since July IS,
1S91. Cancer of the liver and old age
were the cause of death. Deceased
was born in Ireland Dec. 20, 1831. and
was therefore 74 years of age. The sur
vivors are her two sons. Robert Hart,
of Des Moines, and William Hart, of
St. Louis. The husband of deceased,
was an old soldier, but he had never
made an application for a pension. Af
ter his demise Coy Egbert and
Capt. August Reimers made an applica
tion for a pension for his widow, and
there came a disappointment when it
was discovered that the church, which
had contained the marriage records,
had burned down and the records de
stroyed. Therefore no pension was
granted. The widow died in want.
COLD NIGHTS CAUSE CATARRH
Everyone Should Use Hyomei and
Kill the Germs.
No other season of the year is re
sponsible for as many cases of catarrh
as spring. The warm days and cold
nights, with frequent and sudden
changes in temperature bring the ca
tarrhal "snuffles" to nearly everyone.
The best physicians long ago saw
the folly of taking medicine into the
stomach to kill catarrhal germs in
the head and throat. Air alone can
reach these germs, and today the most
successful physicians prescribe Hyo
mei, when breathed through the pocket
inhaler that comes with every outfit,
penetrates to the most remote cells
of the air passages and respiratory
organs. It searches out and kills ca
tarrhal germs in the head, throat and
lungs, soothes and heals the irritated
mucous membrane, and absolutely
drives catarrh from the rysteni.
Thousands of testimonials like this
of Capt. Cameron, in charge of the
Salvation Army at Berkley, Cal., attest
to the speedy relief given by Hyomei.
Capt. Cameron writes: "I have been
a sufferer from catarrh of the throat
for a number of years, so bad that I
could not speak so as to be heard at
any distance. The first use of Hyomei
relieved me, and I believe that it has
given back to me the good voice I had
in years gone by."
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but one dollar, and includes an in
haler and sufficient Hyomei for sev
eral weeks' treatment. You take no
risk in buying Hyomei. H. O. Rolfs
absolutely agrees to refund the money
if it does not give satisfaction.
The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-city, sleeping car res
servations made to any point desired,
for further information phone any of
C. M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 190o
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
Terrible plagues, those itching, pes
tering diseases of the skin. Put an
end to misery. Doan's Ointment cures
At any drug store.
A crying, nervous, irritable,
peevish child in the majority
of cases is troubled with
worms. If vour child picks at
the nose or grinds its teeth, has
thin, pale cheeks and dark
circles under the eyes, is troubled
with colic, diarrhoea, foul
breath, swollen, hard stomach,
fits of coughing, convulsions, give
snd it will be speedily restored to perfect health. Mrs. M. J. Wright,
Chairman Executive Committee, "Arts and Crafts," 449 Cleveland
Ave., Chicago, writes:
Six months ajto my daughter Helen tu suffering from worms. Sbe was thm, paia,
Unruid. eatuur all (be tune, yet poor la flesh, and so restless at nl(bt lUtl sbe kept dm aa-aka
most of the time. I r her hlicxapoo Worm killer at I be soirresaoa of my dramru
W ithin ten day a marked change tad taken place and la a couple of weeks mure sbe was
entirely eared sad baa not been troubled since.
Druggists or by mail, 25 cents a box. Samples and advice free.
KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO.. Clinton rille. Cobb.
Rev. Burdick Quits.
Rev. C. H. Burdick. of the Second
Congregational church, has tendered
his resignation to accept a call extend
ed him from Prophetstown. He asks
to be relieved not later than July 1 ana
as much earlier as possible. His resig
nation will be acted on Thursday of
this week. Mr. Burdick has been pas
tor of the Second church for three and
one-half years. He was ordained here,
and while he had two charges during
his student days, the Moline church
was his first pastorate.
Dies in New Mexico.
Word has been received here by the
relatives of Herman Harms that he
died at Albuquerque. N. M., Monday
from tuberculosis. He went to that
place last November in hopes of ini
proving his health. He was quite well
known here and had served for years
as secretary of Manufacturers lodge, I.
O. O. F.. and was timekeeper in one
of the shops at East Moline. He was
born In Davenport March 17. 1S7C, and
came here when but a small boy. His
mother died several years ago, but his
father, Irenz Harms, and stepmother
still live and reside at 157 Sixth ave
nue. The remains will probably arrive
iit-re ounaay ana burial will be In
charge of the lodge to which he be
longed. Much Money to Spend.
Moline city fathers will have more
money to spend this year on special
improvements than thecity hasevcrhad
before. It is estimated by City Clerk
Carlson that after all the regular ex
penses are paid $40,000 will be left to
spend on whatever the council shall
see fit. Among many things which
will be affected favorably by this sur
plus on hand is paving. The city pays
$500 for every street intersection, so
that if the property owners want the
paving the city can certainly afford
to give it to them. Last year not quite
J20.000 was on hand for special Im
provements. Not only will the paving
come in for part of this fund but the
purchasing of a park may be brought
about or the laying of an intake pipe
to the channel.
Nearly a Collision.
A casualty was narrowly averted
the other evening and as it was James
Trevor, driver for the hose wagon ot
the Central fire department, had an ex
perience that he will not care to have
repeated again in his life. It was only
by a clever piece of driving that an
accident was avoided which would
have doubtless proved fatal to him and
the team of blacks. At 5 o'clock the
fire whistle sounded the alarm of 41
and the chief closely followed by the
trucks sped up Fifth avenue. The
hose wagon approached the railroad
crossing headed down Fourteenth
street for Third avenue. As the wa
on approached the railroad crossing
Mr. Trevor glanced hastily, as he has
done many a time before, to see if a
train was approaching. He did no
see one, and as the south gates were
up he thought the way was clear. The
north gates were down, but he did not
notice this. The team was on the
dead run and just as they were about
to cross the track a C, B. & Q. switch
engine, pulling six or eight cars, block
ed the way. The engineer did not see
the fire wagon but the driver shouted
loudly, which attracted his atention
The engineer immediately threw the
throttle wide open in order to clear
the track as soon as possible. Mr
Trevor was struggling frantically with
the reins to stop the flight of tne
horses. With a mighty effort they
were brought to a stop, hardly two feet
from the swift moving cars. Here
they stood and waited until four cars
passed before they could continue on
their way to the fire. The blaze was
a minor one, the water tank at the
Wright Buggy Box company having
Phil Joseph Makes Good.
Phil Joseph won second place in the
one-mile run for Northwestern univer
sity in the dual meet held Saturday
with Naperville college, and in the
two-mile event he took first. Phil is
in his freshman year and he promises
to develop int.i an excellent long-dls
tance man before his college career
Wright Won Place,
C. J. Wright, with a score of 595 pins
in three games, won 18th place among
the individual bowlers of the state who
competed in the tourney which closed
in Chicago Sunday. The prize money
which he secures amounts to $15.
Considerable business was transact
ed at the meeting of the village board
of East Moline Monday night. It was
the first regular meeting of the new
board since the election. President
Walter Animerman made the following
appointments: Day marshal, George
Hoover: night policeman. Inis Tyler;
street commissioner, Charles Lutt.
A quiet wedding was that of Axel
W. Franden and Miss Alice V. John
son. which took place at the parsonage
of the Grace Lutheran church Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Hoffsten
performing the ceremony. They were
attended by Emil Franden of Gales-
burg, brother of the groom, and Miss
Arline Johnson, sister of the bride.
John J. Zimmer. Amateur Champion Middleweight
Wrestler, Says His Wonderful Strength Is Due to
Regular Use of That Harvelous Tonic and
Invigorator, Duff ys Pure Halt Whiskey.
He Writes : AH the Hedals I have won In athletics and honors I have
gained on the wrestllns mat I owe to Dufy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Sick headache results from a disor
dered stomach and is quickly cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. For sale by all leading druggists, j
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JOHN J. ZIMMER.
Gentlemen: All the medals that I have won in athletics and the honors that I
lisve gained on the track and on the wrestling mat Iowe to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
I began to take your medicine four years ap:o, when I was a mere stripling and very
ranch run down In health and weak in body. I had been bedridden for four months,
and the doctors thought I would not recover, when an athletic instructor, a neighbor
of ours, took me in clmrjre. He stopped all medicine and gave me Duffy's Ture Malt
AVbiskey, and with the aid of massage brought me bark to normal health. Since that
time I have trained reeularly in the pyiiina-ium and have known no medicine except
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Johs J. Zimmer, Amateur Champion Wrestler.:
Pure Etolf IVhisIioy
Is the ereatest strength builder and tonic stimulant known to medicine. It attacks the
seat of the disease, drives it out and rebuilds the weakened tissues in a gradual, healthy,
"Duffy's" is the only cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip,'
bronchitis, coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers and all wasting, weakening, diseased con
ditions. It makes the young strong and healthy. I n use 50 years. Write for free copy
Cf medical booklet, Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
CAUTION Oct the renulne Daffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, sold by all drag-frltts and rro.
oers throughout the world In sealed bottles only-price Sl.OO. c that the "Old Chemist'
trade-mark is on the label, and that there is a strap over the cork. Refuse Substitute and
tragus so-called Duffy's" Pure Matt Whiskey, offered by unreliable dealers.
A Central Union Telephone
In your office saves
times, travel, incon
venience and expense. It brings every
one in your city, and in 25,000 other
cities, within speaking distance. It is
an infallible business getter, and Is
indispensable to the up-to-date mer
chant and professional man.
AO . I II T I L. 1 your residence
Central Union telephone affords yourself and
all your family instant communication
with the physician, the nurse, the sur
geon, and the druggist in case of acci
dent or sudden illness. It instantly
summons the fire department In case
of conflagration, bringing assistance to
the exact location of the fire. It orders
the groceries and provisions without
leaving the house. It keeps you always
In touch with your family, no matter
where you may travel.
ASK THE MANAGER.
TO THE PEOPLE OF
And sister cities: I beg to inform the public of Rock Inland
and vicinity that I have permanently located and opened up
an Art Store In connection with my Watch Repairing and
Optical department In Rock Island 103 Second avenue. I
also beg to state that I am a practical watchmaker and
graduate optician with over 20 years' experience in my pro
fession. My prices are very reasonable, and all my work
will be guaranteed. Trusting to receive a share of your
patronage, I am, sincerely,
B. JACKSON, 1803 2d Ave.
Drugged, Robbed. Injured for Life.
I declare nothing more truthful ca
is Induced tt buy and uase any pile med
opium or other narcotic poison, ergot.
nn. 1 hit-ago.
"Any well-Informed druggist who d
will say that ail or the oll pile m talc I
or mercury." K. W. Lloyd. Ph. fJ. and
Or. I. Grlffln: I know you are ric
relative to the prevailing treatment of
and all or any of the narcotic Dolsn.
West Madison ftreet. Chicago. (Dr. W
tee of the leading medical college of C
n be said of one afflicted with Piles who
Icine relic of durk agea) containing
leaq, mercury or cocaine. ur. Ij. Orlf-
'slres to deal honestly with the public
nn contain narcotic poiaona, ergot, lead
druKgtxt, I-nver, Col.
ht In all you assert in your pamphlet
pii-s witn ergot. i-ai. cocaine, m'-rcury
tour, etc., a. w. wusnn, si. li.. tst
ilson Id one of the faculty and a trua
h tea go.
E-RU-SA IS THE ONLY NON-NARCOTIC PILE CURE.
i:-Rl'-.SA ct'KKS Vl.i'.A or S3 paid. Worxt nr- with one ,r,x. Hun
dreds of competent and reliable doctors and drugKifts indorse above statements
and I challenge denial. Ur. L.. Oriftln. Chicago. Ill
Only reliable and up-to-date druggists ell K-RL'-SA namely: Harper
House pharmacy, T- H. Thomas, A. lieimbeck, Stelner's pharmacy.