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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 194.
B Sol a-a - - A
Arc the outcome of 30 1
mg and testing f
stoves. In them are!
combined all the best!
devices known to tliel
stove maker. They are 1
litlllt linrvn Tin-lif 3
dZto give the greatest!
least cxixmse of fWi nfK
c rilit material to give the longest service at the 1
..t ct for repairs. They are of the latest nnttoms 1
;nMieil in the handsomest manner. Ask to see them 1
;il e rs. J lie f raric Mark u ill identify the genuine. 1
0PGST STOVE PLANTIM THEWORLD
a: ihc tic
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Kuber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
-ELY'S CRCAK1 BALW-TWni the NMal1
tha Norri, l(rtfn 1 ietr nnd s?iirll, md
; lor . ! HI II
laiVt If.' I Iff Ut IIU:
ATh'l Iff Xftnl. II V"''!' AlHurUfi.
Sue. irrunfft or tvr r.te.1. JM.l misiM.. m ntntu et.,
ri;n'r. riisitively, Pcrfoct'y,
In. ut Surgical Oieration ordeten
tion from Business.
t-iT f ir ttv;nt nntll ear. d. IMsreaes of
t im ( Mnlc nei'.patinn. stricture, Fiaeuriss
ri'i ir it- tiiiif pile permanently cured.
i eiirvd wlthnnt the aw of knife.
P. . r iu.ii d wtttinet psm at lb
Medical and Surgical Institute
MR. STOKES CHARITY PATIENTS.
Men Who l.ivrd st the Hoffman House sad
Move r Paid Anything l or Coord.
The abrupt closius: of the Hoffman
Honse bus been taken r.s a burning and
unprovoked insult by a unuiber of men
who have ton living in that establish
ment for a tin-ut many years, and who
are hot and loud in their denunciation
of Proprietor Kfokes. It i characteristic
that this little rnmp f Htiffniun House
habitues .should he purticulaily i liurpin
their c-oimiii nts on ilr. Stokts' actiou.
l'cause they live been known as his
"charity ia:ients" fi;r years.
Two of tlu;ui have lived in tlm Hoff
man Hout'C for upward t:f 10 y;. ars with
out puyiux a ceiit. Another has never
paid any! hinij, although, ho is uu old
Hoffman House dweller, but ho has
I jnstiiied Id. position in the establish
ment by rtt'tniiig nronnd tKrasionally
and doiiig odd jobs for the honse. Sev
eral of the oth.ers are notorious with
their vtr existing laek or fanes. It is
generally bx'lit.'ViKl that the only way
Mr. tStokes eonld get them out of the
house wr.s to take the radical move
which he decided upon early hist week.
Tu re vns nothing to be done with
I tin; Ib.iTinr.u House esci-pt to build an
entirely new structure. The iur.!:i part
ot the establishment- is so old and 1 ick-
ety that it would lx! impossible to build
nilditro::al stories on it, stud it Mould
have lx-en a waste of liitmry to try to
improve the existing biiildi::- Kew
BY THE HENNEPIN.
r a L 5iove
1 1 Pfjrt is J'lartcr8
I nW for a11 kinds of
I M1pfi ;WVES and
IH13-H of E)iorlrr.
A Madrid cori'cspcndeiit telcOTiphs
I that the two or threy davs' interval bs-
rwcen the death of the sultan a::d lie
tivoclainatioii of his successor were, re
cording to the national custom, a. period
of bloody anarehv. The Moors call it
I -the ilayef ven;rcanc', " Disorders, pil
lage, murder ami 1 iotiug raged throngh-
mt the bind. I";;:aily feuds were fought
put, individual ai:d triljal voidcttas
.vere savagely waged, the wealthy and
lews wire til!agi,l by those who tnr-
Iing th life ;f the sultan had been op
tiressed bv them, and the accumulated
rtentmonts and reverge f veawwerb
iKtisfied. It was practically a violent
'Mixture of the Old T.'stat:iei:t jubilet
Old the Roman slave dav. Crimes com-
nit ted in this period are unpunished.
Clii tniial rcTtuiurs.
Chemistry seems to furnish substi
tutes for tho exiHUsivo periumes now
made from flowers. It has long been
known that the exact odor of the ba
nana is produced i:i the laboratory.
Thero wems a possibility, however, that
even when some fragrant phuits cease
to be cultivated for the periumes many
may become of importance in surgery.
It has bcea ihscoverj;l tnat some sucn
plants are lira from the attacks of in
sects and from faugons growths and this
mav be duo to the fat that their essen
tial oils have antiseptic properties. The
eucalyptus vields au autiseptm, and so
d.) other familiar plant.. Chicago
The Cliulria iu Ilullanil.
A!sThi:lAM, Aug. 1. At JlHdvk-in there
has oet'U one ueatli lroui cholera unit ut
Ilullwt-i; live cases of thitt tliseiisu and
lino ut-aius iroiu lue same cause are re
Work on the Mtlaa End Nearly Completed
M11.AS. Aug. 7. This end of the
canal will 6Hn be finished. Work on
the concrete piers on the draw
bridges was commenced this morn-
111!;. A large force of men is now
busy on the dam at the guard lock.
Work will all be done here in about
mx weeks. The bridges are all on
the way. and as soon as the jdera are
completed the bridge pang will be
here. The line boat lauilmg limit in
front of Milan will be completed in a
short time, and, in fact, everything
looks lietter, even to the engine, Hen
nepin, which has a newroatof paint.
Maud Wynes. of Rural, was in town
The artesian well has now reached
a depth of over 600 feet.
William Pate, the man injured on
the canal, is improving rapidly.
Joe and Lucy Murphy, of Moline,
were visiting friends in Milan Tues
John Foster has moved his family
into the Helfrige residence on Hakes
the Arkansas riamation singers
were taking in the sights along the
A large number of Milan folks at
tended the operetta. Pinafore,'" at
the Tower Mouday evening.
That lumber pile on Fourth and
Dickson streets has been removed
and all the neighbors arc glad.
James More, ot Milan, was badly
injured by falling rock at Buffalo.
Iowa. He is confined in bed at But
Gus Nice has moved his family out
01 me ntznatriek bouse, anil is now
living in the residence of Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. Blackstock was thrown out of
a buggy while crossing the car track
near the concrete piers of the canal.
Her injuries are not serious.
J he Arkansas Plantation singer
gave a show at the town hall Tues
day evening. A large audience was
present, and Was very much pleased
with the entertainment.
Lambert & Busheart, our Milan
boys, have charge of the feei yards
at the campmeeting'this'year in Tin.
dairs grove, which will last two
weeks from Ang. 17 to 28.
A petrihed snake coiled in the rock
was found in Gilmore's quarry the
other dav, but the rock in some wax-
got broken and spoiled the curiosity.
wnicn was as pcriect as it could lie.
We hear a great deal of complaint
about the sidewalks of our town, and
some people say, why don't they re
pair them? We would sttte that we
would rather see no sidewalks at all
tnan a repaired walk. It is about
time that sidewalk ordinance shonld
go into effect, which would do awav
with bad sidewalks..
Moses Hull, editor of the Chicago
New Thought, lectured in the town
nau ?amraay evening to a large au
dience of people from all the sur.
rounding cities and country. Spir
itualism was his topic, and to show
he was master of his subject he chal
lenged contradiction. Sunday Mr.
null lectured on the same tonic in
buffum b grove, near Milan. In the
forenoon about sixty or seventy peo
ple were present, but in the after
noon there were between four hun
dred and live hundred. His text for
the afternoon was from Ecclesiastes,
The Ih-na that hath been 1- that shirs .hull
he, nnd Ibat which is done i-hall he tone and
I lure is do nrw thin.; under the sua.''
4 Alonzo L. Wilder ti Charles
Page, part nw frlj 23. 16, 6w, f 100.
6 Clara U. Hemmgto Dewitt C.
Owens, lot 7, Sad d oris, Wraith & Ita-
Vore's add.. Port Bvaon. $675.
W. W. Corcoran, by trustee, to
Rust is & Hitchcock, nwj ne! asses
sor's snndiv., 13, 17. lw. I.
W. V. Kustis et al to .1. M. Keefer
and .1. T. Applcgate. wl ne', and n.l
wj 12, 17, lw, lois l and 7. asses
sor's snbdi v., nwj ne' 13, 17, lw.
Kense C Heeren to John I), lleer-
en, w kw as, 1, 2e. 5,th.
C Esta'e of Joseph Rinnan. Peti
tion of sale of real estate to pay debts.
Continued for publication.
r.state of J. . Matthews. Claim
of William F. Tengcs allowed at 19.-90.
Estate of Mary E. Davis. Proof of
death. Will adm tted to probate.
loiters testamentary issued to Perry
H. Davis. Security on bond waived
ov will. 1 ersonai bond hied and ap
Parks' Tea clears the complexion
Mrs. N. Meyelte, of Hoy. N. V.
says: ! have used Parks' Tea and
lind it the best remedy I have ever
tried." Sold by Hartz & Ullemever
MARX WHERE THEY SURD.
Around Their Names arc Traced
Kecords of Success.
3 New Organs, worth I 85 . . . .
ANDERSON fc HOSE.
CONSULTATION IS FREE
P-rminrntlT Ineated In the Ryan Block.
Kcuud and llrady eireeta, UaveaDort, Iowa.
M l. AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
I'r. Andxnmn and Rose are eraduatue Of the
nirriir.Al colirifes of till country, and
itti '.11 j.anT experience la the treatment of
CATAKKtl. THROAT AMD LrNOS.
Thi. ttirrrssfullv treaa Catarrh, Throat and
'inf-, diseases of loo dlpntive organs, dyspep
' Mr Uouulca, conaUpeUoo, chronic dlar
rii is a.
K1PKEY ARD CRIHABT
"ronbleg tpeedtly reaioyed.
The nit avrraTated cases are syeedtly and
trniauenily cured by ear new Btethid of treat
I-DTKS A rrbtrTED Heaolel attention glTeii
li lisawii peeallar to women. Kiery ferllltjr
ai Mi.antattr for the treatment and Stieedy re-
ynm t this elans of dlseaeee.
'ircirioity Iu Scientific Applica
tion. Facial hlemjistiea), ea ewled, enperllaoae ha'l
';- 'ar, 1 u mora, arena, etc., roaioved by ehw
r.I.(MD AKD SK1K DISEASES.
Al: rtHinirs ariamK from rnipore blood, ecroT
"zi-roa. tit.-r. lamor, nlrcre. etc.
in Ih- enasaiterf raudiiMitl b letter OT other -
7.'.!- nd renis for qaeetion blank. Addreat
. AN PkKaoN EooK, Ryaa buck, Dmven
1 2d-hand Organ 59
2 2d-hand 85
1 2d-hand riano o v
1 2d-hand " 125 H
One Fine Organ, almost new, worth
f KM), at $70.
One Good 7-octave square piano.
One Good Organ if taken at once,
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
TiffiH lffl HOODS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, slain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., mar
ba obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen-
tlomen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
tn- and from 2 D. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be onen from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time durincr business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath.
W'aroocollarsarid cuffs that you
can clean yourself by simply wiping
off with a wet sponge. The Pennine
look exactly like liucu and every piece
is marked this way :
They are made by covering a lincti
collar or cuff with " celluloid," and urs
the only waterproof goods made with
an interlining, and the only goods that
can stand the wear and give perfect
satisfaction. Never wilt and not effect
ed by moisture. Try thctsi and you
will never regret it. Ask for tliosc
with above trade mark and refuse any
imitations. If your dealer docs not
have them we will mail you a sample
direct on receipt of prwe. Collars 25c.
each. Cuffs 50c. pair. State whether
stand-up or turned-down collar is
The Celluloid Company,
427-429 Broadway, Hew York.
Are you, can't sleep, can't eat, tired,
thirsty f Blood poor? ,
It's a tonic you want
This sparkling, exhilarating, and re
freshing drink, while being far more
agreeable in bouquet and flavor than
the finest wine or champagne, is at
the same time unlike them, being free
A temperance drink for temperance
pcople.del iciousand wholesome as well.
Purifies the blood, tickles the palate.
Package makes five gallons.
Ask your storekeeper for it.
Take no substitutes.
ttemd aeeait aaa to Ckaa. JB. Hire
Co.. J'AJIadeJpki. for feeaaUfaJ jio
And in the Minds of Those Who
Read the Facts They Print, No
Elements of loubt Can Live.
An interesting serial reading at
times almost like a romance and
proving that facts are indeed stranger
than fiction, has marked the publiea-
111111 riy urs. Mackliouse and Ihunel
of personal statements from well-
known men and women who have
been cured bv their treatment since
they have established their business
in Davenport. They are now enter
ing upon the fourth season of their
PR. JOSF.rH A. V1MF.L.
successful special practice in Ihe
three cities, and a brief review of the
work done in that time is not out of
place. 1 he records 6how the follow
ing number of cases treated:
Catarrh. 2.419; Throat and Lungs.
54; Nervous Diseases. 75: Blood and
Skin Diseases, 413; Rupture. 32,
ILL.. ..I - 1 .
mer enronic diseases not elasn-
rully 95 per cent of the above
cases were cured permanently and
thoroughly. Dr. Daniel, whose cut
appears in connection with this arti
cle, has been honored by his medical
colleagues to the office of vice-uresi
dent of the American Association of
fcxpert Specialists. Drs. Stackbouse
Silence a the Alabama Writ Down.
When the Alaliuma wetit down there
was never a shout from the Kearsnrge.
"Silence, boys', silencer was the stern
command, and in dead, awful silence and Daniel are the only physicians in
the buccaneer sank to the bottom of she the state of Iowa, with one exception.
a. There was chi vnlrv for von one of
ine granu &ueneeg 01 History a silence
thrilling with brotherhood, piophetic of
brotherhood restored. How naturally
nniess we Know the tacts, we assume
that there was a fine hnrrah of rejoicing
on the Kearsarge when the Alabama
went dowu! Could outburst of victory
have surpassed that silencer Atlantic
It is said that so much farm laud in
England has lately been allowed to lapse
from cultivation that wild animals.
which 10 years ago were iu dungcr of
extinction, are now flourishing and in
creasing. The badger and the otter, for
instance, are reported to lie thriving
greatly on agricultural depression.
niio are memoers 01 mis associatio
ihe season of the vear renders it
the best possible time to have all
catarrhal, throat and lung troubles
successfully treated. Nattue will
aid greatly to the cure if legun aow
A word to the wise is suflicient
for Infants and Children.
JH1HTT rearV obaor-raMwe of Coartoria will tlisjpaKiiacsjf
II aelllieare of por , permit to eyeedk e)Mttkotre'K.
Ao wt1 4 ka.a error kiererm. I t is a rl eee. CTli 1 1 d rmwjl iVo It. lt
arltefcealttJt wM re ttsh- Uroa. It it Mot Vera fcayo
ooamotadnjernloh te oVeolotely io Old praetteally porfoct ae
Caetorta oloetroyo Womaa.
Caatorla allaya Fororiaaiooee.
Coeterlo prerremta e-oealtla Soor CoreL
Cevatori ooroe Piorrfceao eti Wtod C0H0.
Coatorio roliowoe Tootolmf; TreeMea,
Coetorla eavroe CoawtlpotJeat ood Flmtmlomer.
Coetorto BiootreJhwe too enfoeto of eorbomie avcld Roe or polaoeioae olr.
Coetorlo dope mot tali eorpkdjao, optMa.QT otkormareertlo pioporty.
r trr',",,t1" tbtoehoetomaa oaJbrrerelm,
ftfeiao; maalthy aa aotejoJ aloep.
Caotorta te pit op to oo-tro Vottloe owly. It t. mot eoJoMo fcofk.
Poait allaw amy omo to eell yoo anrythit oleoBrt pleojerjreoaso
that it te "jmt oe Kooef lid "will ojiewor orory yorpoae.
goo toot yoo got OA-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Drs. Stackhouse & Danie'.
McCullough Building, No. 124 Wert
Third street, between Brady and
Main, Davcnort, Iowa.
Office Honrs t a. m. to 13 m., t tot and I to S
b. sa. : saaaars. 10 e p. m. oaly.
BKnATlBH Catarrk. Asthma. niaeasM t
the Eye, Ear. Wose. Throat ana Linn. Nervous
Diseasee, Blood and baia Pianaiie. Chronic lHs-
A brand Feature-
2o blood drawn No loss of tin
of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that while it Cure positive and legally guarantee
nig through the veins full of richness
and health, it also imparts new life
and vigor to every function of the
body. Hence the expression so often
heard: "Hood's Sarsaparilly made a
new person of me." It overcomes
that tired feeling so common no
Hood's pills are purely vegetable.
perfectly harmless, alwars reliable
Two Persons Uoroed with the House.
Slots ClTT, la., Aug. a At Lodi, S.
V., the house ot George Juhnaua burned.
Two eons, aged )4 and M, lost their livea
in the flames.
The usual treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, as thousands can
testily. I'roper local treatment is
positively necessary to success, but
many, if not most, of the remedies in
general use afford but temporary re
lief. A cure certainly connot be ex
pected from snuffs, powders, douches
and washes. Ely's Cream Balm,
which is eo highly commended, is a
remedy which combines the impor
tant requisites of quick action, spe-1
cine curative power, with pcriect
safety and pleasantness to the pa
tient, xne druggists all sea it.
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The Moline Waffon Co.,-
UiDQlactoers Ot FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG033
a rah and complete line of Platrorm arjfl rnber S'irint a"rm. espec.aCy Maplee tetos
esters trade, n srinerlor wor-titi-. aaJtnles lliastratoid frtrm Ustrreeeo
MllrMm Oee the llM,J W K Tauiiv r-r-w.iiisiiMlliff
.IKCORPOBATtD CKDEB THE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islavd, III.
Open daily from t a. m. to ap. m and Sstsrday eet.lnc fraa I to S oVleefc.
Five par oont Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Poraoual col
lateral or Heal Estate aacaAty.
f. L. aUTCHKlX, Trmt. T C. DKSEMANX, Vice Preet. 9 BVFOSD, COattat
P. U ltcheu, F. C Der.knsBn, John CraSsaf h. In :tcbrU. B. T. Bal L. t'eoa.
K. W Hurst, i. f. halurd, J.ta ..
Jacsau at Uomrr. hoik-tfus.
Bona heaiiisiai JnW S. lwfcX and ooeaue the nrrast mnt at stitrtwD iHrodea oe eeiiexsi.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEC01D AYEIOE.
Pratirletorar of tt Brady trt
Om a tor fenai tVntral Park
a. 11 klode of Oat Floenrte ooeetatitly a bane,
larrrat te too. n krad atrxet. ltoiinrt. Is
. T. Boaasnaxo. Too Mussantca.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Both Island Nat. Bssk
SEIVERa & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
oUl Eliida ot Carpeater Work Don.
mmS tMM "el SB oa.
jrarw fafjit r
boas nests s reltaM. ssetilh'v. tweauioc enedteloe. tn'y t sieiliaj tad
ana area! 4rg aeoe Id he esal. 11 fee eaal the boat, r
Dr. Peel's Pennyroyal Pills
They mo aaaaoe. ease eM eretolo to resale The evea1ne(lar. peat 'slater eampa
' Prist. 6oSaovhas,ttjMa, AoAMsa t-baa. kauuu a. CJereUoe. .
For aalo by T. II. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Bock Island. I1L