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THE ARGUS. TUCTCSBATEEimUABT 21, 1901
Rummage Shoe Sale,
Before taking stock and oar
spring shoes arrive we are
going to have, a general clean
in? op. That is if low prices
will do it.
Ixt No 1, Ladles' Serce Conyres. for
aer prices tl, tl.2S and 11.60. for
Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children's Shoes,
tan and black, former prices 7oO to AQ
v si.75, for -rui
Lot No. 3, Ladies' Shoes, QC
button w v
Lot No. 4. Ladies' Shoes, 7Qc
tan and black. button or ace. . .... .... "
Lot No. 5. Ladiex, Shoes, .
blaulc button or lace, sizes i to 8.
Lot No. 6, LadieV Shoes, QQr
lace, sizes 4 to 7.. :
Lot No. 7. Ladles Dongola lace Shoe?, 1 OQ
heavy soles sizes from 3 to t) for
Be sure and call and see how much we give
for little ao-ej, ss this Is but a few ol the
many thnfrs we have to ofter Kind friend, re
member we have the goods just as advertised
and guarantee everything we sel to be just as
represented or money refun'rd. Do not be
afraid of being iosulted bee if you do not find
lust what vou want and say you want to look
farther. We consider it a favor to have you
call and It is a pleasure to now rood as we
have them Be sare you are right, then go
ahad. It is thetnoe market where you al
wnyi get your money's worth. -
307 Twentieth Street
OFEN EVEBY WEDNESDAY- AND
BUY YOUR v
Where yon can buy them
Soda Crackers, per lb. . . , ." 6c
Ginger Snaps, " . . 6c
Oyster Crackers, ....... 5o
Baking Soda, '. 5o
This is only a few f oar leaders
o.eo. a. Mcdonald
2304 Fifth Avenue Phone 1198
For good eating. . Yonr New
Year's resolution will cer
tainly be fulfilled if it Is
made at your table supplied '
by our . '
FANCjY ICE CREAM,
FRAPPE; PUNC H ES,
EGG NOGGS and
Prepared so nicoljr by us
DAINTY BREAD. SWEET
PATTI SHELLS and delic
ious CAKE 3 are only part
of good things we can serve
Frank J. Math.
om lit 6 1718-1718 Seoond At.
Don't Be Fooled!
Take ths ceculoe, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medl
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. . 15
keep well. Oar rw1
mark cut on each, pecktir.
Price, 3$ cents. itevstr cg
In bulk Accept n awi
tut- Ask ' uur drug
T. H. Thou t a, sole agent.
NOTES OF THE THEATRE.
Strangely enough, it is in cultured
Boston where observers bump with
jarring effect against; the most glaring
mistakes in grammar and orthogra
phy. Of cbarse.it must hi understood
that pretty Jessie Mao Hall is a win
some little actress who attracts all
classes of theatre-goers, bat this inci
dent In the city of beans is too comi
cal to permit it to pass unnoticed.
Miss Ball.' who is under the manage
ment of Messrs. Dtlchor and Henaes
sy. appeared at the Park theatre thoie
some time ago. when a note on up-to
date stationery was received at the
box oilice. The note was signed with
the name of a rich tuatron who has
figured in "new woman" circles with
some prominence. She wrote for
two sentry Feats for Saturday's mat
iny in the belfry." After some pon
dering, the box oflice man translated
the. request to be for two center
seats in the btlcony for Saturday's
matinee." She got them and she
thoroughly enjoyed the show, which
was "Brown's in Town," which will
be the attraction at llarpei'a theatre
At Harper's theatre Saturday even
ing a comedy which is strongly her
alded as somethir" new and "whole
some in sVageland will be ssen here
for the Hrst time under the title of
"At the White Horse Tavern." It is
an adaptation from the German by
Sydney Rosenfeld, and has been just
as successful in Eaglish as the Ger
man original wa across the water.
The play came from Germany, the
home of the "Private Ser retary," and
a source which has ' supplied more
than one succcs add inspired others.
The Germans are prolific play pro
ducers! although they do not always
give the best acting versions. "At
the White Horse Tavern" has passed
through the hands of Sydney Rosen
feld and it has come out with many
improvements and all the original
The Holden Comedy company will
open aa 8-nights' engagement at
Harper's theatre Sunday night in the
pleasing southorn romance, "Knobs
O'Tennessee'," a play of heart interest,-dealing
with the simple folk of
the mountains. Plenty of good, clean
comedy, a strong plot and special
scenery Popular prices will prevail.
Very Old Woman llarily Burned.
Franklin. Mich..' Fob. 21. Mrs.
Bristol;- npprtjtf! years, -tvho lives with
her fon, William A. Bristol, was seri
ously burned by her rlotuing catch
ing tir from sparks from a stove.
WHY MRS. PINKHAM
Is Able to Help Sick Women
"When Ioctors Fail
TTow gladly would men fly to wo
man's aid did they but understand a
woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities,
and peculiar organic disturbances.1
Those thing's are ' known only to
women, and the aid a man would give
is not- at bis command.
To treat a case ' properly it is neces
sary to know all about it,s and full
information, many times, cannot be
given by a woman to her family phy-
Mrs. G. H. CHirriLu
sician. ' She cannot bring1 herself to
tell everything1, and the physician is
at a constant disadvantage. ThisMs
why, for the past twenty-five years,
thousands of women have been con
fiding their troubles to Mrs. Finkham,
and whose advice has brought happi
ness and health to countless women in
the United Stales.
Mrs. Chappell, of Grant Park, 111.,
whose portrait we publish, advises all
suffering women to .seek Mrs. Pink
ham's advice and use Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, as they
cured her of inflammation of the ovaries
and womb ; she. therefore, speaks from
knowledge, and her experience ought
to give others confidence. Mrs. Pink
ham's address is Lynn, Maes., and ber
advice is absolutely free. .
F, it a to of James Union SUvIx, deoeaicd.
Tie undersigned saving oeen appointed ad
ministratrix of tbe estate of J amea Milton bll
vii, lata of the county of Rock Islnd. state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court of Roe It
Island county, at the county court room, la
the city of Book Inland, at the April term,
on the first Monday In April next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
(or the purpose of bavins the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tn
Dated this tltta dav of February, A. D. 1901
' . Mauuia Porter, Administratrix.
Notice of CTnal Settlement,
Estate of Hem y Ormalaer. deceased.
Public notice I hereb siren that tbe under
signed, administrator, has this nay filed his
final repot t and settlement aa such in the
county court of Rock Island county, and that
an or er bas been entered by said court ap
proving tbe said ret rt, unless objections
thereto or cause to the contrary be shown on
or befo-e the 2 d day of Mareh, A. 1. 1901, and
upon the final approval of said report the said
ad minis rat or wiU ask for an order of distribu
tion and will also ask to be discharged. I1
persons Interested are not i tied to attend.
Koek Island. 111., Feb. 7. li.
fcAMUJw S TOO CM, Administrator.
UNCLE SAM'S DISPLAY.,
Government Rxhlblt at the Pn.
The .TjnltedVStates government : has
appropriated $300,000 for an exhibit at
the rau-American Exposition at Buf
falo next summer. -To view the mag
nificent buildings and their multitude
of treasures alone would be well worth
going a long distance. They are much
more beautiful than those of the gov
ernment group at the Columbian Expo
sition, while the space for exhibition
purposes is but. little less than was oc-
QUADRIGA FOn UNITED 8TATES GOVERNMENT
cupicd there. The display to be made
by the department of agriculture will
be of great value and Interest to those
concerned iu the agricultural, horticul
tural aud live stock Industries, com
prehending as It will all their varied
features. The workings of the differ
ent bureaus of the department of state
will be Illustrated by means of blanks,
sample letters, circular letters, etc., and
much can he learned by the people of
the manuer of intercourse between the
United States and other nations. The
coining of money will be a feature of
the exhibit by the treasury department.
Here a coin press will be In operation,
coining money at the rate of 00,000
coins per hour, each coin being struck
with a force equal to the weight of
Collectors will be especially Interest
ed in the government's very complete
collection of coins of all nations, a com
plete set of medals struck by the mint
at Philadelphia and a complete series
of currency Issued by the government.
Included In this exhibit will be a model
of a lighthouse, fully equipped and in
operation; a model of a quarantine sta
tion, models of marine hospital oper
ating rooms and a model of a vessel
constructed for deep sea sounding. Up
on the shore of the I'ark Lake will be
a life saving station, completely equip
ped with up to date apparatus, while
the means employed In the saving of
life on tbe sea will be daily illustrated
by a captain and crew of two men
with life and surf boat a, with their ap
purtenances. The exhibits of the war and navy de
partments will be the largest and most
complete ever made at auy exposition.
'Elbert I Lewis.
Pan-American llai the Best Evf
Seen at a Show.
In its sculptural adornmeut. as well
as in several other resiects. the Tan
American Exposition will far surpass
any enterprise of the kind ever held.
There are over 125 splendid original
groups, and they are-to be used arouud
the Court of .Fountains, the Esplanade
and the Electric Tower. They will
symbolize tbe purposes of the build
ings and exhibits and bring out the
poetry In what to mauy may seem ex
ceedingly prosaic things. ,
After crossing the Triumphal Bridge,
which is the grand formal eutrancu to
the main court aud Is itself to be dec
orated with splendid statuary, one will
see to the right and left, at opposite
ends of tbe Esplanade, the fountains
and the sunken gardens In front of the
United States Government and Horti
culture buildings respectively.
The Fountain of Man, by Charles
Grafly. is the central fountain at the
east of tbe Esplanade, and It Is flanked
by the Fountain of Prometheus and
the Fountain, of Hercules. The sub
jects of other fountains In this group
will be the Savage Age, the Despotic
Age and the Age of Eulighteuraent, At
tbe other end of the Esplanade the
Fountain of Nature, by George T.
Brewster, Is the most elaborate sculp
tural adornment, aud the idea of this
fountain . Is amplified In minor ones,
such as tbe Fountain of Kronos, Foun
tain of Ceres and the groups typifying
Mineral Wealth, Animal Wealth, etc.
These symbolic Ideas will be worked
out in beautiful forms In other parts of
tbe main court -and in connection with
the Electrk Tower and other buildings,
the whole forming a most complete and
harmonious expression of the purposes
ef a great Exposition, such as tbe Pan
American. . Exposition Poilafflee.
The United Stites government post
office department will occupy a larger
space at tbe Pan-American Exposition
thanwas ever before devoted to It at
an exposition. The methods of mail
transportation will be fully Illustrated,
and a postofBce equipped with all the
latest devices used In the larger post
offices In .the United States will be a
feature of the exhibit.
At ' the Pan-American Exposition
mechanical and civil engineering and
public works. In which the American
refuses" to take second place, will be
presented in such a clear and interest-i
Ing way. by means of all sorts of costly
and Ingenious exhibits, that the lay
mind will -find It scarcely; less attract
lve than the expert.' .
Cable. Feb. 21. Amos Brehmer's
sale Wednesday was quite well at
tended. - - .
Brn, to Mr. and Mrs Lewis Rosen
berg, south of town, Tuesday, Feb.
12, a baby girl.
Fred Hergert was called to- Geneseo
last Tuesday on account of the death
of his brother-in-law, Mr. Lyons.
The social giren by tbe Camp Creek
school Friday evening was a line suc
cess.. The pupils gave a number of
recitations and dialogues interspersed
by vocal and instrumental music.
The net receipts were $11. They will
give another sociable and entertain
ment in the near future. -
Mrs John Howe and Mr. and Mrs.
George Borst visited at Wanlock Sun
day. A company of colored folks from
Wanlock came over and gave a con
cert Saturday evening. The enter
tainment was a failure, and was
Mr. and Mrs. Dave McAtee, of
Viola, visited with their son Fred and
wife Sunday. .
' Several from here, attended Frack
Carlson's sale near Lynn Center
F. O. Gustafson was in Aledo Satur
day. D. 11. Smith has opened an insur
ance agency at the Cable house.
M. D. Tomlinson was in Keck Is
land last week. '
William Tomlinson is preparing to
move into the Eld red property on
Cedar Hill which be recently pur
chased. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Geisler went to
Galesbu g Wednesday to consult a
specialist in regard to Mr. Geisler's
A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Gustaf son is quite ill.
The conscientious iOung man of
i fashion now brushes his hair differ
ently when wearing a bat.' Chancellor
Tisdall. the acknowledged Beau Brum-
, mel of Dublin in his youth, had inex-
I presslbles variously cut for walking
and for sitting and once sat down In
the former with disastrous results.
Not long ago a milliner advertised with
a newly Invented hat that It "necessi-
J tated the mouth worn slightly open."
. What shall we come to next? Vanity
A Record After I'ajoc; Different Foods.
J Henry Myers, of Otsego, Mich ,
a traveling representative of a certain
medical missionary association, made
some strength tests with different
foods, with the following results:
In 1897 I became oflicially connected
with an institution manufacturing a
large line of health foods. . . -
My detire was to add strength. I
was in good health, and faithfully
lived, almost entirely for nearly two
years on their foods, and , believed in
them thoroughly. Io January, '9$,
my strength testehowed 5,700 pounds,
in January, '99, by the same machine,
my strength test was only 4.56J
pounds, a Heavy falling off, notwith
standing I bad not been sick, but bad
faithfully and religiously used the
foods I so fully believed In and had
been hired to' lecture for and advo
cate. For a month after that test I was
uncertain what to do. I felt weak,
and what I wanted was strength; so
in February of that year I quit all
other health foods and began using
Gi ape-Nuts alone. My weight now
has increased from 130 to 143 pounds;
my strength has iu creased from 4 560
pounds to 5,910 and I am now 1,609
pounds stronger, by actual test, than
the average man. ..My eyesight is
clearer, my mind more active and
stronger, and I can endure more
labor, physical and mental, than ever
I do not know any person inter
ested in tbe Postum Cereal company,
limited, and this letter is not written
with any motive, except to bring hon
est facts to the attention of persons
desiring to live well .and live ration
ally. 1 have tbe charts filled out by
the physicians at the institution mak
ing the health foods that failed in my
case, and those facts cannot bo dis
puted by any one. I will czake oalh
that they are absolutely correct.".
Mr. Myera letter gives the name in
full of the concern making the si
called health foods, which failed in his
case, but this name is .not. given to
the public. It is not tbe purpose of
the manufacturers of Grape-Nuts to
build their business by depreciating
the efforts of any competitor. This
experience is printed as an illus'.ia
tion of the indisputable fact that
Grape-Nuts food is a Irne, boDest and
remarkable rebuilder of the human
body. . . "
Cbaneerr Notice. '
State of Illinois,
Roek Island County.
In tbe Circuit Court to too May term, A. D.
Laura Stelnmaeilsr vs. Herman Steiomuellcr.
Io Chancery. - ,
'Affidavit ot tbe non-resldenoe of Herman
Stclnmueller, tbe above named defendant,
bavlotr been filed in tbe clerk's office of the
circuit court of said county, notice is tbeie
fore clven to the said non-resident defend
ant, Herman Stel(.mueil r, that tbe complain
ant filed ber bill ot compialot In said court, on
the chancery side thereof, on the Slstdsy of
February, A IX, l01. and that thereupon a
summons isued out of said oouit wherein
said suit I now pending, returnable t said
court, to-wit: Thecl'-euit court of Rock Is
Ind county. Illlools. atlbe court busa la tbe
cltv of Bock Islacd on tbe first Monday In tbe
montb of May nest, as in by law required.
Now. unless you. tbe said non-resident
defendant. Herman Stcinraueller, ab)ve
named, 6b aU personally be and appear be
fore tbe sid circuit court, on the first day
of tbe next term tberof. to beholden In
tbe court house In the city of Rook Island.
In and for said county, on the first Mondav
In May next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant s bill of complaint, tbe
same and the matters and . things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed
and a decree entered airatnst you aaoording
to the prayer of said bill.
HEOKGH w. gamblsL Circuit Clerk..
Rock Island, 111 . Feb. 12, 1001.
Joskfh L. Haas, Complainant's Solicitor.
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TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
$ 30 to common points in California.
Also to Portland. Ore., via the C., K.
I. & P. railway Tuesday, Feb. 12, and
every Tuesday following until April
llomeseckers' tickets to the north,
west and southwest the first and third
Tuesdays in the month via C, H. I. &
The Burlington will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
oth and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
($2) for the round trip to various
points in the north, south and west.
Thirty dollars to California. Tues
days. eb. 12. 19 and 2, and March
6. 12, 19 and 26. the IX. K. I & N. W.
railway will sell tickets to points in
California, Oregci and Washington at
$30. For particulars as to train ser
vice, etc., inquire at ppssenger station
at the foot of Seventeenth street.
Oac farc.plus 2. Tuesdays, Feb.
19. and March 5 and 19, the D . li. I.
& N. W. railway will sell homeseek
ers' round trip tickets to various
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
South Dakota and points in tbe north
west at one fare plus (2. For partir
lurs inquire at passenger station, fott
of Seventeenth street.
Stood Death Off.
E It. Munday, a lawyer of Henri
etta, Texas, onco fooled a grave-digger,
lie says: v ."My brother was
very low with malarial fever and
jaundice. I persuaded him to try
Electric Hitters, and ho was soon
much better, but continued their use
until he was wholly cured. I am
6ure electric Bitters saved his life."
This remedy expels malaria, kills dis
ease eerms and punbes tbe blood;
aids digestion, regulates liver, kid-1
ncy.i and bowels, cures constipation.
dyspepsia, nervous diseases, kidney
troubles, female complaints; gives
perfect health. Only 50 cents at
liartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Imflauimstory Rheumatism Cured la
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyqnd recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediato relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days.. 1 am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
' Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of
DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases. B. II.
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
For the weakness and prostration
following grip there is nothing so
prompt and effective as One Minute
Cough Cure. This preparation, is
highly indorsed as an unfailing rem
edy for all throat and lung troubles
and its early use prevents consump
tion. . It was made to cure quickly.
B. H. Bieber and Harts & Ullemeyer.
Tlfl Kind Vou Havs Afwsvs BoufiW
Woman's Beat Friend? V C
MULUS GRAPE TOVC
A Crashed Fruit Laxative. Mild and Gentle', Tastes Good. Druggists 50c
' ' Mull's X-lgbtnIng Cough Cure Cures Weak Lungs. , . K
Woman's nerves are very delicate and are readily influenced by certain con
ditions. Nervousness is a real and grievous affliction. In women, nervousness is
usually associated with those diseases peculiar to women. It may be due to stom
ach disorder, however, or it may be due to heredity. When due to heredity, it is
bard to overcome, and the woman must be patient and watch catefully these con
ditions. Taking cold often brings on such conditions.
dud cases onii off H
Hudyan will be found beneficial, and the tenth case can get money back if the
woman will write to the Hudyan Co. and send the Hudyan wrapper. Women who
suffer with headache, as in figure I sunken eyes and dark, heavy circles around
eyes as in figure 2; pale, thin face, as in figure 3; palpitation of heart.as in figure 4;
weakness of limbs, as in figure 5 should use Hudyan. You may be dizzy, you
may have pains in back, pains in side, bearing down, dragging pains why then
use Hudyan. Hudyan cures women who sutler with Leucorrhoea, falling of the
womb, ovarian and uterine troubles. Hudyan cures women who are all run
down, pale, sallow faces, no vim.no vigor all languor. Hudyan cures the func
tional derangements of the heart not organic heart troubles, but fluttering heart,
due to gases pressing on the heart, or nervous imaginary heart lapses. Don't
get afraid if you have a pain over tbe region of the heart it may be just due to a
bad stomach cure stomach and you cure heart trouble. No cause for alarm. Try
Hudyan it does help it will help you, Get Hudyan from your druggist, or, get
it direct from Hudyan Remedy Co., San Francisco, Cal. Hudyan is sold 50 cents
for one package six packages $2. 5a Hudyan is good Hudyan is true. You
may write in confidence to Hudyan doctors free. -
The period immediately following child-birth Is fraught with
many dangers. The strength has been used in the painful ordeal
through which the mother has passed and she finds herself helpless
and weakened. Many mothers,' like -Mrs. Ford, date the beginning
of their illness from the birth of their child. Indeed the frequent
spectacle of a healthy young woman becoming a chronic invalid
after motherhood is one of the tragedies of life. All this is unneces
sary, when Wine of Cardui is obtainable. It rehabilitates the
shattered nervous system, strengthens the organs and ligaments, and
re-establishes a healthy, natural condition,
saving years of chronic sickness and suffering.
"Wine of Cardui taken iust before confinement
will render the ordeal comparatively painless.
It will re-enforce and strengthen the organs
for their work. For every trying crisis in a
woman's life, 'Wine of Cardui is the medicine
to take. Ask your druggikt for Wine of
Cardui and take no substitute. If one is
offered send $1.00 for a bottle to the Chatta
nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga,
Clarrson, Ark., July 20, 1899.
After my baby was born 'I took tho whites
and falling of the womb, and was in a very dan
gerous condition. I read one of your homn
treatment books, and commenced to treat myself
with Wine of Cardui and Blaxik-Drauirht.
I am thankful for what the medicine
did for roe, and I am now in better
health than I have been for a long-time.
Mrs. MARGARET FOBI.
- For advise in cam requiring spe
cial directions, address, Rlvlns irmp-
tomn, "The Indies- aiorr iwpirt
muit," Tbe Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Cbattanooga, Tenn. -vi
Patterns that Please
at Prices that Please.
Don't worry about the fit, style and
workmanship. We attend to that. We
want pleased patrons, the kind that
stay We care for the quality, you care
for the price. -
Imported Goods at Domestic Goods
LAPITZ, THE TAILOR.
321 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
jr. r. Boaiasoa?, President I U Mcdoe, Vine President. H. E. Canaax, Cashier
Bsntral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law. , .
. Eatatea". and - property of "all kinds are managed hy this department,
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company
we act as executor of and trustee under Wilis. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
RAroivvr and asaicrnee of insolvent estates! General financial airent for
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non-residents, women, invalids and
Four Per Cent Interest
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others. ; . .