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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1895.
FULLER TON 9S
1 II K n'M.KHTOX CONSUMPTION' CUKE offer you a positive cure In the early
Hiuji-siif tulH-miliwK At Iatt a scientific rvmely ami mode of administering lias been
ilii,veie.l ii that I rensuiialtle. and apin-alu to the intelligence of the age. A specific
fiffv.imK iiiii"iii;vu uiiitii) mm me capunary nrouiation nypmienuicaiiy.
The rfineily iHiiii:kly atworberi, carried by the veins into the rieht sid? of the heart, from
thence into the lumps coining in direct contact with the disease and destroying the genu,
or hacilla. For full particulars testimonials from iihrsicians ad natient. eall at office.
No. 17 eat Fourth street, Davenport, la. Oflice hours 8 to 11 a. tu., 3 to 5 p. m. Con-
Favorite Gas Stoves,
Ohio Ice Cream Freezers,
The Prince Lawn Mower.
All of the above are the best of makes.
If you are interested call and see them.
Prices never were lower. Everyone
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111
HKATINU AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS.
112 and 114 West Seventeenth street.
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Ask your dealer for them.
every genuine Jewel.
Allen. A vers & Company
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by lli ta & Ullemeyer, 3dl Twentieth atreet.
A FILTER INSIDE YOU.
How Your Blood is Kept
Health Comes From Pure Blood.
Pure Blood Depends on Your
Filter Inside You.
Your Kidneys Keep Your Blood Pure
If They Are Well. A Few Faets
About Them, and How to
Make Them Well When
Thev Are Sick.
Your blood Is what nourishes rour
New blood is made everv minute,
It goes to the lungs, gets fresh air.
and then passes through the bod v.
In passing, il deposits new flesh, fat.
bones, etc., and takes up worn out
This worn out matter goes to the
kidneys. The kidnevs filter it out
of the blood and throw it out of the
Tbat is, when thev are well.
When your kidneys are well, they
act as perfect niters, to keep your
oiooa pure, vvnen inev are sick
thev act imperfectly. They leave
the bad matter in. Sometimes they
take out tne good.
There is nothing more poisonous
than baa bicod.
A proof of this is rheumatism. It
is simply a blood-poisoning caused
uy the baa matter Iclt in tne blood
bv sick kidneys.
Brighfs disease is the kidneys
working the other way taking the
good food out of the blood.
Both kinds of kidney sickness are
Both can be cured by Dr. Hobb's
Sparagus Kidnev Pills.
One of the most wonderful facts of
our body is this natural filter inside
us. Our kidneys are very important
organs. We don't take enough care
of them. We are sick oftener than
there is need for. It is simply be
cause we take no heed to our kid
Sick kidneys show their effects in
many different diseases.
Rheumatism and Bright's Disease
are very common, An:rmia. Neural
gia, Pain in the Back, Dizziness,
Bladder Troubles, Gravel, Diabetes,
These are only a few symptoms,
or so-called 'diseases." Back of
them all arc the sick kidneys.
Once the filters can be made to
work, all these symptoms will dis
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
are made principally from the roots
of the asparagus plant, which has a
special curative action on the kid
neys. It gives them new life and
strength. It helps them to do their
work as it ought to be done. It
enres their eickness. It cleans and
renews the filter.
When the kidneys are well you
will feel a great difference at once.
Your complexion will clear, and
vour whole body will get renewed
life and freshness.
This is the effect of Dr. Hobb's
Sparagus Kidney Pills on the sick
kidneys, of the re-vitalized kidnevs
on the impure blood.
With a course of Dr. Hokb's Spara
gus Kidney Pills you will get new
life. They will cure when other
medicines which do not reach the
real seat of disease, cannot heln
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
are ior saie oy all druggists, price,
50 cents per box, or will be sent
prepaid to any address on receipt of
An interesting booklet, explaining
about the kidneys and their power
ior goou ana evil, sent tree on re
quest. Address Hobb's Medicine
Co., Ciicago or San Francisco.
SOI'TH HEIGHT!. 5ent. 19 M.nH
Irvm is attending Augustana college
this fall. 6
Mrs. J. C. Irvin has returned from
several weeks' visit to a brother
and sister in St. Paul.
Miss Ella Graham is teaching at
the Wood school, about three mile
from the camp grounds.
Mrs. Charles Stevens and Mrs.
Meers drove down from Green River
the latter part of last week for a
short visit to friends.
Mayor Knox had a force of men t
work on Seventeenth street hill yes
terday. Since the hravr raina wp
have had recently, the road has been
washed away so that it has been al
most impassable for teams. Sn.
tee nth street is a very pleasant drive,
and it will be appreciated to have it
in oruer again.
Mr. Armstrong and son. .Tnhn hH
a narrow escape the other day. They
oau sianeu ior town and at the head
of Twentieth street, the horse be
came frightened at part of a load of
wood some one had thrown there.
It turned around so auicklv that
both Mr. Armstrong and hi son
were thrown out. but both escanad
The chronic crumbier still livaa.
but there are less cases of chronic
indigestion and dvsretsiathan form
erly. The fact is so many people in
the past have taken Simmons Liver
Regulator that they are now cured
of these ills. And a great multitude
are now taking Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator for the same troubles and
they'll soon be cured. "It is the
nesi medicine." Mrs. K. Kaine,
Coal alley, Sept. 11 Huh
narnocic, oi Aieao, was on our
streets last week.
William Bailev is attending school
in tasuingion, la.
Bert Davidson has taken charge of
the Kingdom school.
Fred Waling is suffering from the
enects oi a ktek or a horse.
Miss Adaline Caughey has returned
to normal, in., to attend school.
Misses Ida and Fannie Prvce left
this week to attend school at Normal.
James K- Glenn, of Centerville,
onto, is here visiting his parents,
Misses Kva VYarnock and Alice
Deal are attending Monmouth col
The county farm has llo inmates
a large number for this season of the
T. J. Murphy left Monday to at
lend tne u. a. K. encampment at
W. H. Batty is teaehing again in
the ' Wright school. This is his
second year there.
There was a surprise on Charles R.
Peters Tuesday evening, it being the
anniversary of bis birthday.
Rev. Charles H. Brown left Tues
day to attend the meeting of the Rock
River Presbytery at Morrison.
Mrs. W. W. Bailey has gone to St.
Louis to j'.in her husband, who is
taking a course of medical lectures
Farmers are busy cuttinr corn
There will be a large acreage cut this
year on account of the short hav
C. N. Barton and sister, Etta, left
Monday for Secer. Woodford countv.
111., to visit their brother. Dr. L. P..
ine sisters oi mock island were
here the 10th soliciting aid for the
new hospital, recently rebuilt since
Miss Mary Pryce returned Satur
day, after a 2-months1 vacation, to
her school in Racine, Wis., this
being the seventh term for her ia
James Clegg has gone on Isaa
John Bailey's farm. He was for a
number of years a resident f this
place and was president of tiie board
oi trustees some years.
II. B. Sudlow and H. H. Harrison
were here Saturday looking over the
railway through the village. There
is a damage suit pending. Naylor
vs. it. i. & r. nan way company
Both plaintifT and defcadent have
bad surveyors notiag the situation
of the road.
Cordova. Sept. 11 E. E. Simp
son, of Molinc, is visiting relatives
John Roach spent a few days last
wees at Chicago.
C. B. Fisk left Monday for points
u riisiciu Alliums.
Harmon Marsha l, of Albany, spent
oaiuruay m town.
J. Heckinger, of EI well, la., is
visiting friends here.
Miss May Nelson left Saturday for
ner nome at umcago.
jonn niaxwen, oi CTilcago, is
spending a few days with friends
Miss Mav Pinnee left Friday for
Fairfield, la., where she will attend
Mrs. George Marshall has relumed
from an extended visit with relatives
Leonard Trent has again taken up
his studies at Upper Alton, 111., after
a pleasant visit at home.
Will Humphrey and sister. Lizzie,
departed last eveniag for Lincoln
Neb., where they will attend school
Miss Maranda and Harry Tavenaer
departed ior .anesville, o., Tuesday
where they will spend a month with
friends from here and the three
adjoining towns, Princeton, Albany
and Tort Byron, to about the nam
ber of 80, gathered at the home of
w. K. treek about noon Tuesday and
gave him a grand surprise. The
guests presented Doc. with a beauti
ful chair, with which to remind him
that the occasion was his 41st birth
day. A bounteons dinner was served
to which the guests did ample justice.
Husbands of Sickly Wives.
Don't be discouraged. There is es
cape from doctors' bills. Zoa-Phora,
omen's rriend, has broneht health
to many women, and prosperity to
many families, when other remedies
and skillful physicians have failed
Sold by T. H. Thomas and Marshall
Tha Best Is Cheapest.
Foley's Sarsanarilla ia from ih
to ten times strong in blood cleans
ing qualities than any other proprie
tary medicine. For .t f V
Bahnsen's drug store. Trial size
BJrrcle Urcord ItrofcKn.
Sptingfield, Mug St-at. i. Five
inousunu people were witnesses of the
opening of She Springfield bicycle elub
meeting. A. W. Porter wan the R-milt)
handicap as acratch men in 11:34, break
ing the profwtwiouol recurd by IS secontta
rues! Ple! Piles!
Dr. WUlisma' India i Pil- ...... U1 .
blind bleedinr. aleersted and Itching piles. It
absorbs the tumors, slUj the itching at once,
sets as a nooJtiee. sbtm in. taut n- n- irii
nams' Indian Pile Ointment Is prepared only for
piles and itching- of tha priTate parts, and aotbirg
ebM. Every box is guaranteed. Bold by dru
gtots. etnt by mail, f or 63 cests and 11 per box.
"'" Jtanniactannz company. Proprietors.
Cleveland, Ohio. Bold by T. B. Thomas.
Children Cry for
The Asgi" want eolumn yields
large results at a small cost. Try it
and he convinced.
Aid. W. C. Maucker and family r
turned last evening from a pleasant
3-weeks' trip through the east.
Mrs. C. C. Hodges and Miss Ixttie
Rosentield are in Chicago selecting
goods for the fall millinery trade.
Don't miss tha electric fountain
display at the Tower Sunday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings. Every
body is talking about it.
John Freeman and A. M. Bruncr
departed this morning for Clifton
Forge. Va., to attend the eighth an
nual international conference of the
Railroad Y. M. C. A. of North Amer
ican Geaeral Manager F. W. Merrill
and General Superintendent J. D.
Besler, of the C. B. & Q., arrived in
a special car last evening on busi
ness and returned to Chicago this
morning after visiting East Moline.
All of the trotting races at G. W.
Williams' track have been declared off
and the track wil be closed. This
action has been decided upon be
cause of the small number of enter
ies. Williams has received offers
from several other places, and will
accept one of them, having decided
to leave Galesburg.
The following appears in the
Eureka Journal: "Dr. L. E. Barton,
of Secor, 111., was married on the
10th to Miss Minnie Hobbs, of Eu
reka, 111. It was a private affair.
none but a few near relatives being
present. The doctor is a native of
Rock Island county, and for the past
nine years has been practicing his
profession mostly in Secor, having
established a good practice there and
owning property. The bride is a
resident of Eureka, a post graduate
of Eureka college, also a graduate in
music. They will not make a wed
ding toar, but will go to housekeep
ing in the doctor's residence in Se
cor at an early date."
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
ACT8 A3 A SPECIFIC
B ArMttiRg to Healthf Actw all her Organ.
Bft rmci Health te Itleeai, aad Jay ta
Kelara Threchrat the Katlre Frmaae.
IT KEVER FAILS TO REGULATE.
"Ht wife has ben trader treatment,,! leading phy
alcian three yenrn. without iM-iti-tlt. After vising
three lotlie, or mullllU'l FKItl.F. KKIil'UTOR aha
can do her own cookiuir. inilkinv and wa.-hinir."
N. S. llKYAN.HeiidelKun, Ala.
BBADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA, Oi.
OT Sold by dmcshiU at 11.00 per bottle.
W. S. Holbrook's
Is the place
To buy your
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
Incorpora'ed Under the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or .Real Saute Security.
J M BrpoRD. President.
Joiih Criirauuh, Vice PretidenL
P UaiaiiawiLT, Cashier,
Began business July . 1MH0, and occupy the
8. m. cor. Mitchell A Lynde's new bonding.
C 9 Lynde,
M P Hall.
K W Burst,
Jacbsob Udbst, Solicitors
J M llutord.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings In the city.
1787 SECOIli AYEIUE.
THE TALK OF THE HOUR.
East lie's Grand
East Moline, the Hustler from Hustleville, in oo days has located
Three Factories to employ 700 men enough to
guarantee a city of 3,000 people.
THE WESTERN STAMPING CO.
To manufacture Plumbers' Supplies and
Stamped Ware. Factory nearly completed.
Work to commence next month. Capacity
EAST MOLINE Engine and Tool Co.
Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Co.. of
Cleveland, Ohio, will work 100 men. Fac
tory now going up. Will start this fall.
WEIR PLOW CO.
From Monmouth, with 500 hands. Tlans
now under way. 75,000 worth of buildings
to be constructed. Ground to be broken in
side of 30 days.
WATER The finest artesian water in the
west, now flowing 300 gallons per minute.
Water charged with minerals and magnetism
-cool and clear. Nothing like it elsewhere.
Will warrant a sanitarium. It insures health
to the inhabitants of the coming city.
GRADES AND SURVEY The Grades
of East Moline are established. Profiles of
principal streets showing grade lines, eats
and fills, will be shown by the company to
any one interested. Scwer'and drainage sys
tems are all planned.
PARKS Over thirty Parks dedicated.
Sites reserved for schools and public build
ings. CHURCHES To the first church that
will put op the best building a free site will
OPPORTUNITIES TO BE OFFERED.
FOR BUSINESS The phenomenal growth of
East Moline ami its guaranteed future of per
manent prosperity will afford ample openings
for profitable business, such as Hardware,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes. Dry Goods, etc
A fine line of business lots will be sold for
such purposes, and liberal Inducements given
to purchases for immediate buildings.
EMPLOYMENT Factories already un
der contract, and those soon to be added,
will give employment to competent craftsmen
and steady workers. These factories are un
der contract to give preference to East Moline
lot owners and residents.
FOR HOME OWNING Residence lots
convenient to factories or on the beautiful
river bank, will be sold on the most liberal
terms and arrangements for house building
can be made for parties who pay for lots. Our
insurance contract made with married men in
good health, which gives the lot to the family
in case of the death of the husband and father,
is the most liberal oiler ever made in this or
any other country.
FOR RESIDENCE The land skirting
the Mississippi river will be sold at East Mo
line for residence purposes. There is no
other city with a residence river front. Rod
man road. HO feet wide, to be parked and
FOR INVESTMENT The great growth of East Moline since its inception, and the per-
. .- , nuiu iu.vt.nj to iii,uw people in the neat few
years. There is therefore no part of the enterprise that offers as great a chance for gain, combined with
absolute safety, as an investment in its lots.
TERMS OF SALE Liberal to the mechanic and home builder, inducing to the investor,
attractive to the business roan, and equally open to all. are as follows: First. All cash. Where parties
uu7 ir c-u uepoBii 01 zo per lot win u required at the sale, and the balance on delivery of war.
ranty deed. Second. One-half cash, balance in one year. Third. One-third cash, balance in one and
two years, or in four senii-annaal payments. Fourth. One-fourth eah, balance In one. two and three
years, or ia six equal semi-annual payments. Fifth. 5 per lot cash and $10 per month. All deferred
payments to be closed by note drawing 6 per sent interest.
ONE-THIRD OF THE PROCEEDS will be used to procure factories, several of which
ew wtv ivn SB. bjvui. M UUvl UCjU MM3U,