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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH'' 12, 190G.
When you open a pack
age of Uneeda Biscuit
it's like opening the oven
door and taking them out
crisp, fresh, and clean.
are the only Soda
Crackers. Others cease
to be "crackers" after a
few hours exposure to the
air. Open a package of
Uneeda Biscuit to-day.
LERCH & GREVE,
THE WALL PAPER DEALERS.
WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR STOCK OF WALL
PAPER IS NOW COMPLETE AND WOULD BE PLEAS
ED TO SHOW YOU SOME OF THE FINEST DESIGNS
AND COLORS EVER PRODUCED IN WALL PAPER.
AND THE PRICES ARE A LW AYS THE LOWEST.
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
LERCH & GREVE.
2002 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island.
That every ingredient must be of choicest
selection, and the brewing, fermenting,
aging and so on faultless, is told in
But there's something else: an inde
scribable element that gives to Wiener
its striking individuality. In a word, it
is Character. There's a most satisfying,
grateful flavor that is always a distinct
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
Beardsley & Bailey. Wholesale Dealers.
2I7-I8th SL Hello 1125
HiAtways the So.rrid Good Old "Blats'j
BRO-MAN-GEL-ON is the " happiest" chc.ce
for the family's dessert. It's not too rich it's just
the firest ever. Prepared in a twinkling costs sur
prisingly little. In every test for purity quality and
delicto js results, Bro-man-gel-on is acknowledged the
(ONE PERFECT DESSERT JELLY
1 0c six light pettoW package); 1 5c six pink pacXagt)
Flatters: Lmon. Orang. Raspbtrrp, tStratoberrp. CAerrp
THE STERN & SAALBERG CO., Mfrs, New Vork.
further information call or telephone
any C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
Dr. Goldstone Fined. Dr. Goldstone,
the Sunbury physician, arrested a week
ago by Constable Byron Rumsey for
larceny from the Boston store, appear
ed before Justice Hall and through his
attorney, Isaac Petersberger, pleaded
guilty to two charges of petty larceny
In one charge he was accused of the
theft of a pair of silk hose valued at
$3.50 and in the other one with the
theft of a number of books from the
same place. Upon his agreement to
plead guilty to these two minor charg
es the prosecution dismissed the more
serious charge of larceny from a build
ing In the daytime. Justice Hall there
upon fined Dr. Goldstone $100 and
costs upon each charge, the total
amount of the fines and costs reaching
something over $210.
j The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping cai
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information 'phone any
of their offices.
Is probably the best heat for us
humans because it's equable, con
stant, easily regulated. But wheth
er you use caloric l that form or
keep warm by means of the circu
lation of hot water through dis
tributing pipes, we can keep things
going even if something goes
wrong. Steam heating plants In
stalled and attended to; every
thing in the plumbing line made
I p I mm
CIIANXON & BUFVA
112 Seeutrrnh Street.
Boatley Bound Over. Israeli Boat
ley, the colored porter at the St. James
hotel, was bound over to the grand
jury by Justice Hall upon the charge
of assault with intent to do great bod
ily injury upon the person of Frank
Moore, another colored man employed
at the sarce hotel.
Nash Returns. George C. Nash, who
was formerly tri-city agent for the
American Express company, with head
quarters in Davenport, has returned to
this city and has resumed his old po
sition as agent of the tri-cities. Mr.
Nash left last fall for Omaha, where he
was employed in the general office. D.
H. Stewart, who has been in charge of
the local office here since the departure
of " Mr. Nash, has gone to Omaha to fill
the vacancy left by him.
I. & I. to Have Park. A lease to the
Bremer property near the LcClaire
stone quarries, filed with County Re
corder Like, indicates that the Iowa &
Illinois Railway company purposes
equipping and operating its own park
n the future, to meet the demands for
t pleasure resort on its line that the
Mississippi park was intended to fill
last summer. The company takes a
six-year lease of the tract, and its of
ficers announce that they will equip a
landsome family park there.
Obituary Record. Henry Brandt, a
resident of Marshalltown, Iowa, died
xt the Windsor hotel at 3 o'clock Sat
urday afternoon. The man came to the
hotel at G o'clock in the morning and
was ailing at the time. The fatal ail
tnent was a complication of dropsy and
lieart trouble. It is understood that
leceased kept a harness shop at his
home town, and came to Davenport
upon a purchasing trip. He leaves a
family at Marshalltown.
Patrick Willey, an old resident of
Davenport and a stone cutter by occu
pation, passed away at the family
home, 1006 Western avenue, Saturday.
Deceased was born in Ireland, and was
77 years of age. Those left to mourn
their loss are his wife and three chil
dren, Edward, Thomas and Kate Willey.
Henry A. Hamann died Saturday at
his home, 1516 Leonard street, after
suffering for a long time with stomach
trouble. Mr. Hamann was G3 years of
age. He was born in Germany May 13,
1843. In that country he was married
to Miss Louise Pieper. Mr. and Mrs.
Hamann with their family removed to
America in 1S71. They first settled at
Monmouth, 111., and, after two years,
came to Scott county. Here Mr. Ha
mann conducted a farm until March 1,
1906, at which time he removed to this
city and retired from active work.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Rate.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
Srst and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
md South Dakota and to other home
ieekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'phone or call at any C, M. &
St P. office.
One-Way Second-Class Colonists Rates.
To the west and southwest via the
C, M. & St. P. railway. Dates of sale:
March 6 and 20, 190C. Rate: One-half
of the regular first-class limited fare,
plus $2, except that rates to Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trinidad,
Col., and to Hot Springs, Dcadwood,
Lead, Rapids City and Belle Fourche,
S. D., will be one-half of the first lim
ited fare, plus $4. Minimum rates:
The lowest rate at which colonist tick
ets may be sold is $C. For further in
formation call or telephone any C, M.
& St. P. ticket office.
To points on C, M. & St. P. railway.
Dates of sale: March 6 and 20, and
April 3 and 17, 1906. Rates: One regu
lar (not special or reduced) fare, plus
$2 for round trip. No tickets to be
sold for less than $9. Rate for chil
dren to be one-half of the homeseek
ers' excursion rate. Stop-overs will be
permitted on going passage within 11
days from date of sale at all points In
homeseekers excursion territory. For
Rock Island county court, Judge E.
E. Parmenter presiding.
Estate of Martha Strangard. In the
matter of the sale of real estate to
pay debts. Proof of personal service
on all defendants herein. Christ
Strangard called and defaulted. John
H. Hauberg appointed guardian ad lit
em for minor defendants. Answer of
guardian ad litem and replication
thereto filed. Hearing. Bond fixed at
$500. Bond filed and approved and or
der of sale.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Anton J. Walters. Annual report of
guardian filed and approved.
Estate of Jane Jamieson. Final re
port and settlement of administrator
filed. Hearing thereon set for April 6,
1906 at 9 o'clock a. m. Ordered that
executor notify heirs by publication.
In re guardianship of minor heirs
of Charles A. Johnson. Guardian's an
nual report filed and approved, except
securities not passed upon.
In re conservatorship of Charles and
Rosa Krelj and Carrie Durant. An
nual report of conservator as to wards
Charles- Krell and Rosa Krell, filed
Real Estate Transfers.
George W. Sears and Vesta Sears to
Peimelia M. Walker, tract in-nw sec.
14, 17. 2w. $410.
Mary E. Ainsworth et al to Emma
A. Velie, lot 9. block 2, Stewart's 2nd.
add., Moline, $250.
Velie & Ainsworth to Calvin Ains
worth, lot 10, block 2, Stewart's 2nd
add., Moline, $250.
Velie &. Ainsworth to Mary E. Ains
worth. lot 7, block 2, Stewart's 2nd.
add., Moline. $250.
Velie & Ainsworth to Charles Ains
worth, lot 11, block 2, Stewart's 2nd
add.. Moline, $250.
Velie & Ainsworth to Lucy Ains
worth. lot S. block 2, Stewart's 2nd add.
White, Pope & Guyer to Alvin Kuhne
lots 1 and 2. block 217, New Shops 2nd
add., Moline. $250.
White, Guyer & Pope to Frank Lob
dell, lot 9. block 117, New Shops 2nd
add., Moline, $300.
W. Herman Sand to Clements Quade,
part n sw nw sec. 2S, 19, 3e. $S00.
Timothy D. Gardner to George F.
Schreier, n s& no sec. 33, 17, 3v,
A. F. Doan to Theophiel Claeys, lot
7, block 1. Smith's add.. Moline, $2,050.
Frank Druehr to Elliott D. Fisher,
part Outlot block. 6,1 Woodruff & Sears'
add., Old Town,- Sears, $2,112.50.
Licensed to Wed.
Herbert A. Curtis .Moline
Estolline I. Davis Moline
Fred Herron Rock Island
Emma Kranz Davenport
DINING HALL FOR 1,500
FITTED UP AT ARSENAL
Noon Lunch Feature a Winner Serv
ed in the Basement of
Carpenters aud plumbers are now at
work in the basement of shop B at
Rock Island arsenal fitting up a new
dining hall so that the accommoda
tions will be sufficient for 1,500 men
at the noon hour. The kitchen and
dining room are equipped by the gov
ernment under the direction of the
commandant. Everything is cooked
by steam and all arrangements are
strictly sanitary and modern.
The lunch feature, which began
with accommodations for only a few
hundred, has grown in favor and is
a signal success. The men have
formed' a regular association and each
pays an initiation fee of 75 cents, this
money being used for the purchase of
dishes and supplies, though the altera
tions and balance of equipment are
paid for by Uncle Saniu Each day. a
detail of men isvmade for the purpose
of waiting on tables.
As the association Increases in size
the lunch increases in quality and
quantity. The men pay 10 cents per
lunch consisting of soup, bread and
butter, coffee or milk, all they can
drink, oyster stew on Friday and occa
sionally ham sandwiches, doughnuts,
and other things.
ffls It Worms?
RccaesMww, peerishnfM. grinding tb
teli, picking the nose, waking with a start,
fit and conTKlaiona, fool breath, fickle an
petite, pale cbeeki, dark rinn tinder eyea,
Uitnneaa, all indicate worm. Konon
litem and nleanm your ebtid't rtein with
a harmlew candT tablet. If then am no
wornia. it tones and sweetens the system.
A bsolntely guaranteed, sto druggists or .
by mail. Samples aud adTica tree.
Klckasoo Medietas Ctt. CJbitoftvilto.Ctt'n.
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that stand to its credit
make Bucklens' Arnica Salve a scien
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of Piles. It heals the worst burns,
sores, boils, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil
blains, and salt rheum. Only 25c at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured In
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "Mr wife "had Inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure it
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Custav. Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec
Library a Failure. The Moline
branch of the ' Tabard Inn traveling
library is a thing of the past. Estab
lished a couple of years ago in the
Emil Heimbeck drug store. Fourth av
enue and Fifteenth street, it prospered
from the start, and the number ol
those who sought-reading matter from
its shelves grew rapidly for a time.
.Knox to Move. E. B. Knox, veter
anuhdfcrtaker and picture framer and
for more than 30 years in business on
Fifteenth street, between Fourth and
Fifth, avenues, expects to vacate his
iflcseBt business- quarters this week
for the business block which he has
had erected on the corner of Fifth av
enue and Eighteenth street.
After Red Men's Meeting. Red
Men of Moline will make an effort to
secure the state convention of Illinois
Red Men for 1907 and will also send
two degree teams to the convention
held this year in Jacksonville, 111., in
July to compete for cash prizes which
will be offered. The Red Men state
convention ;s one of the largest meet
fhgs in the state and will bring two
delegates from every lodge in the state
and at the present, time there are
between 5,hk and C.000 members :o
that upwards of 1,000 "redskins" at
tend these meetings.
Works Merchants. Again that
smooth little 13-year-old- girl who dup
ed the merchants about two weeks ago
has made her appearance in Moline
This time the drygoods merchants are
not suffering, but the grocers. They
are being made marks of by this girl
scarcely in her teens. The girl begat,
her operations again Friday night aiu'
worked a few Saturday morning. As
before she entered the Mores ant?
would make a purchase of gKds
These would be wrapped up ready to
be carried away by the young confi
dence game girl. Suddenly she would
think of several other things needed
and to the clerk she would say. you
can deliver those to my father's home.
Fred. Johnson, 1717 Fifth avenus, and
my mother will pay the bill. She
wouM then pick up the bundle of good?
first ordered and walk out of the store
ready to work another innocent, while
the delivery boy learns that no Fred
John sen lives or ever lived at 1717
South Moline Nominations. The re
publicans of South Moline held then
caucus for the purpose of placing ir
nomination a ticket for the coming
election Saturday night at the Grenell
school house. There was a large crowd
out to the caucus, but the only contest
was for the nomination for supervi
sor. The other candidates nominated
were as follows:- Supervisor, G. L. Pe
terson; town clerk, Nathan Erickson:
assessor, A. E. Rurgholtz; collector,
Gus Scott; highway commissioner, E.
L. Cox: justice of the peace, J. Q.
Stultz; constables. C. J. Hawley and
J. B. Biebinger. Frank Clendenin pre
sided over the meeting and W. P. Hunt
acted as secretary.
Wagner Closed. The performance
last night was the last given at the
Wagner under the present manage
ment, and it is probable that the house
will be closed for the remainder of the
season at least. Vaudeville entertain
ments have been given at the old op
era houRe for several weeks, but the
venture has not been a financial success.
Form Improvement League. Resi
dents of Fairview met Friday evening
and formed the Colona Avenue Civic
Improvement League. Quite a great
deal of Interest was manifested in the
meeting, and the following officers
were elected: President, W. J. Stew
art; vice president, Charles King; sec
retary, John Parks; treasurer, John
Stark; corresponding secretary, W J.
Obituary Record. J. B. Xoreen
died Saturday at his home, 229 Fourth
backache, "The Blues
Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in
Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief.
How often do we hear women say: tlt
seems as though my back would break,"
or I)ont speak to me, I am all out of
sorts"? These trifrnificant remarks prove
that the system requires attention.
Backache and " the blues" are direct
symptoms of an inward trouble which
will sooner or later declare itself. It
may be caused by diseased kidneys or
some derangement of the organs.
Nature requires assistance and at once, I
and Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound instantly asserts its curative
powers in all those peculiar ailments of
women. It has been the standby of
intelligent American women for twenty
years, und the best judges agree that
it is the most universally Miecess
ful remedy for woman's ills known to
Read the convincing testimonials of
Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Cotrely,
Mrs. J.C. Holmes, of Larimore, North
Dear Mrs. Finliham:
" I have suffered everything with backache
and female trouble I let the trouble run on
until my system was in such a condition that
I was unable to be alwut, and then it was I
commenced to use Lydia Pinkbam't) Vege
table Compound. If I bad only known bow
much suffering I would have saved I should
have taken it months sooner for a few
weeks' treatment made nie well and strong.
My backaches and headaches are all gone and
I suffer no pain at mv monthlv eriods,
whereas before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I suffered intense pain."
Mrs. Emma Cotrely, 109 East 12th
Street, New York City, writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
14 1 feel it mv diitv to tell all snfferinz women
of the relief I have found in Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. When I com
menced taking the Coniound I suffered
everything with Iwkaches, headaches, and
female troubles. I am completely cured and
enjoy trie best of health, and t owe it all
to you." .
When women are troubled with irreg
ular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration,
that bearing-down feeling, inflamma
tion of the female organs, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), general de
bility, indigestion and nervous prostra
tion, or are beset with such symptoms
an dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excit
ability, irritability, nervousness, sleep
lessness, melancholy, "all gone" and
"want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, blues
and hopelessness, they should remera
Ikt there is one tried and true remedy.
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound at once removes such troubles,
No other medicine has such a record
of cures of female troubles. No other
medicine in the world ban received this
widespread and unqualified endorse
ment. Refuse to buy any mbstitute.
FItEE ADVICE TO WOMEN.
Remember, every woman is cordially
invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham If
there is anything about her symptoms
she docs not understand. Mrs. Pink-
ham is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E.
Pinkham, her assistant before her de
cease, and for twenty-five years sine
her advice has been freely and cheer
fully given to every ailing woman who
asks for it. Her advice and medicine
have restored to health innumerable
women. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Advlce-A Woman Best Understands a Woman's tilt.
avenue, of dropsy. He was S3 years
ild. He leaves four sous and two
W. II. Griffith, formerly of this city,
died at his home in Colona Saturday.
He moved from this city to Colona
about two years aso and has been con
ductina: a general store. While a resi
dent of this city he conducted a store
on Fourteenth street, between Fourth
and Fifth avenues. He was a member
of camp SS. M. W. A., and the lodge
will have charge of the funeral.
City Council Chamber, Rock Island,
III., March 10, ijhmj. The council met
in adjourned special session. Mayor Mc-Cafd-.rin
presiding and all the alder
men present except Aid.?. O'Connor.
Pratt. Anderson and Oberg.
Aid. Robbins moved that the city at
torney have the Central Union Tele
phone company ordinance copied as
amended and have a copy furnished to
each alderman by Monday evening.
Aid. Eckhart moved that the time of
the Central Union Telephone company
be extended until Monday evening.
Adjourned upon motion -f ' ' Tron
kenschuh. H. C. SCHAFFER.
It's an easy thing to say.
And say it good and strong.
And say it pretty frequent.
Push Rocky Mountain Tea along.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
May Be a Stylish One, But It Makes
A man usually buys a hat that's "in
style," but the modern hat for men has
lots to answer for.
Baldheads are growing more numer
ous every day. Hats make excellent
breeding places for the parat-ltlc germ
which sap the life from the roots of
When your hair begins to fall out and
your scalp is full of dandruff, it Is a
ure sign tiiat these countless germs
ire busily at work.
There is but one way to overcome,
the trouble' and kill the germs that
way is to apply Newbro's Herpicide to
the scalp it will kill the germs and
healthy hair Is sure 'to result.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to t lit Her
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. II.
Thomas, ppecial agent.
No false pretense has marked the
career of Ely's Cream Balm. , No idle
promises of rewards for cases it will
not cure. Rcing entirely harmless, It
is not responsible like the catarrh
snuffs and powders for minds shatter
ed by cocaine. The gre-at positive vir
tue of Ely's Cream Balm is that it
speedily and completely cures nasal
catarrh and hay fever. Pack of this
statement is the testimony of thous
ands and a reputation of many years'
success. All druggists, 50 cents, or
mailed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren street.
Result of the Washboard
, Rubbing on the washboard with common yellow soap, containing rosin
-and iniurious chemicals, has ruined many a fine fabric. The threads arc
' rotted and torn, and the delicate color and finish destroyed. Cleanse
safely and easily by boiling with Maple City Self-Washing Soap, a
pure, white bar that is the highest achievement in soap-making. It
requires no rubbing, and will not harm the most delicate lace or
finest fabric. It is a remarkable soap for colored goods, which
may be washed repeatedly with it without the slightest fading.
is distinctively a soap for boiling the only way to cleanse clothes
hvcienicallv and thoroughly. It dissolves all dirt and grease: ex
terminates germ life ; makes all stains disappear, leaving the clothes of spotless
purity. No other soap produces results so truly magic. Maple City Soap lasts
twice as long as other soaps; it takes away all the wear and tear and drud
gery of washday. Unexcelled for general use. At all grocers 5 cents.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS,
. Monmquth, III.
: Hi ! L'Vr IIM Jl. J I II II
ond street, Davenport.