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THE AltGUS, FRIDAY, .MAT 2. 1902.
r all depends upon
If you require simply a dirt remover, almost
any soap will do. But if you care at all about
the thing which is to be washed, you must
think twice before you act. Any soap will clean linens
and muslins, but Ivory Soap leaves them as white as
snow. Any soap will clean sheets and table cloths, but
Ivory Soap leaves no coarse, strong odor. Try it once I
MORE IMPORTANT CHANGES
IN ROCK ISLAND TIME
II is anni.. in. t;I 1 1 1 rt t l hi- IJock Is-
lui l will mi .May l. make some im
portant i-haiivs in pas- 1 1 vr t " linu
schedules. A i--vv fa-I train ti Colo
rado. hi-h will l;- known as the
Unckv .Mf.iiul a in limited, will l- plac
ed in si-riiri-. !;-ainsr ( lii :iL' i't .":4..
. in. anil a rri. in-r al D. ri.i r at ;4."
. in. '.he n--.t Va. . . !l v.itl pa I.'i-i-k
Inland about !h p. in.
Tin- "al f ruin-Mr ii-u -pn--s re
cently place! in MT:rf h tin- Km-k
Islami. which !i- h-aM-- liicatro at
.:!' a. :u.. will I--.- hanir-d t le.-m
at S:.;i si. m.. :i r ri x i nr at Kan.-as City
!." ia-iii;t--.- later than at promt, but
makinir tin- a:iie tir.n- In El l'ao
an I California points. It il! hrin-tin-
train lion- about 1::.') . in.
I. Ike a lro,viiinc Mnn.
'"Fit-- .Mar- !," : di.-i-.t.-e tin- doc
l'r i alli-1 d p;psia took Mich hold
f n:i- that i could M-;in--lv
write f ;-ti. S. M;ir-h. well known at-tiriii-y
of .mi-ipii;i. Ti-x. "1 took pian-til'u-s
nf ptp-ia an I other medicine?
bt:t nothing; I ; -i j n- i me. .s a ilrnuu
itiif riau -rraliN at a s-traw I jrr hhed
at Koilnl. I frit an improvement at
once ami after a few bottles am sound
and well." K (! 1 is tin- nly pre
paration whicii exactly reproduces
the natural digestive juices an:i i-on-t
lit I v is tin- only inn- which di
gest- any jroo I food an I i-tirrs any
form of stoiiiaih trouble. All dritg--
S ' ' f- : -AX
in clycpcpcia and bowel
troubles. A larc percentage cf the diseases O vhich tho human
family i ; hi ir r. :: cr.urcd I:y constipation. V.'i.cn the fjcat main
canal, the human sewcrcs it were, iz clorjgcd, a myriad of ills result.
mUUJS GRAPE TOHIG
IVILL CURE GONST3PATIOII.
not by violent and ticl:cr.IrT purlins, but by gently opening the
closed channels cf t!:o boc!y ar.d permanently curing, by restor
ing tho normal functio::-, r t t!:3 zmz time it ii a blood-making,
strcnth-buibllr-j tor.ir, ac'.ir.j a3 veil cn the ttomach, liver, kid
neys and nerves. T:z l.-ncHls arc apparent from the first dose.
A largj z.zo bottle lot t-0 cents.
For SoJe by Hevrtz G, Ullemeyer.
Mull's Li'-'nL-! Tc'.r. Illrr cur-i
sors thro3tf ar.i .'1 p.3tr- Rub it
what you want in a soap.
AFINITY AND SOLIDITY.
Al s p. in., whih- I 'a ami Ma
Helped entertain, with Sis,
I'.otli .lohn and May in ilistant sea! -.
Were far apart like thi.
At '.' p. in., as I'a withdrew
An I sought his room upstairs.
The bucrs foi-ii I some photographs
And nearer brouirht their chairs.
At lo p. in.. Mamma decamped
And then. e -rods! What liliss!
Those lovers sat till nearly one
Mother inr Sweet lowden
For children. Mother Oray, for years
a nnrse in the Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
an I placed in the driifj stores, called
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for
children. They are harmless as milk.
pli-iLsant t take ami neter fail. A
certain cure- for feverishness, consti
pation, headache, teething and stom
ach disorders, and remove worms.
At all dm.'p-ists. L'.-.c. Sample sen!
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, I.e
Hoy, X. Y.
I'nentnnnla In Kotitte.1 of Hit Terror-,.
Py Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken in
time it will prevent an attack of
pneumonia. Jieruse substitutes. or
sale by all druggists.
Combines the life-giving,
Y. -cltVomoting qualities
cf t':o juice of the nrape,
vilh fruits and herbs. It
i:; rr.lurc's own tor.ic, and
ir, rn d-.licious in toctccs it
iz j lc-accrt in effects. It is
an luccl medicine.
A CRUSHED FRUIT
It ia especially cflicacious
r-.u---a, t-ytfbache, colds,
ci cr lrinh i: 23 cents.
. Means new papering time and
lth rc here. Spring decorative
ideas arc always the prettiest.
The most decorative line of artis
tic ami practical wall papers is to
le found at our store. Then
prices are also an added induce
ment. You should call at our
store Ix-forc Imving.
Paridon, (EL Son
117 Seventeenth St.
Continued From Fifth i'age
James F. Lardner, llalph W Cram,
Aldelbeit Kngle, Fred .J. Mueller,
E. Dower, Allyn G. Fleming, V. 1.
Kastman, .1. M. Farnhum, (Jeorge E.
Holt. Fred A. Lind, Henry Tugge, .1.
X. llrnnds, Walter Johnson, H. E.
Downer. J. H. Mc-Keever antl S. Y.
Searle, Ellsworth Kundipiist .
Xots nf the OoeaMan.
During the evening there were nu
merous reminders on the part of the
speukers of "The Sultan of Sulu," -Mr.
.idc's ojieratie triumph, which is hav
ing a successful run in Chicago.
C. ('. IMakeslee reports today that
the result of his effort to get a flash
light photograph was successful.
During the evening the vis
itors were presented cards
making lliem honorary mem
bers of the Tri-City Press club, and
after the banquet Mr. McCutcheon
consented to draw a couple of cray
on 'sketches, which will be treasured
as the property of the organization.
The trip to the city was made in a
furious downpour of rain, which de
layed 1he starting half an hour or
more, so that it was about 3 o'clock
before the special cars on which the
banqueters rode reached this city.
Messrs. Little and McCutcheon re
turned to Chicago on Ihe morning
train, and Messrs. Ade nnd Chamber
lin left the city at noon.
The diversions of Ihe afternoon
concluded at Maj. IJIunt's quarters at
Itock Island arsenal. The major re
ceived the isiting newspaer men
and committee at his office on arrival
a nd after greetings were exchanged
presented his stalT, who with the ma
jor comprized the escort through the
shops. The inspection over, those
comprising the party were driven to
the major's quarters where he enter
tained them socially. An hour was
thus spent in mutual enjoyment, dur
ing which the visitors related enter
taining anecdotes, incidents and ex
periences in the tield of war as well as
iv.-wspaperdoin, and came back to
Koek Island warm iu their praise of
the commanding officer's hospitality.
Adopting Mr. .McCutcheon's sug
gestion that ii telegram le sent Ad
miral Dewey informing him of the
anniversary banquet, a telegram of
greeting was sent the hero of Manila
in behalf of the club by its president.
Th comic opera stunt which
Messrs. Chamberlin and Little did for
Maj. Townsend's benefit while on the
rncr cruise, and which they rejieated
later by request of the committee,
both at the Uock Island Club and for
Maj. I'dunt at his headquarters at the
arsenal, will doubtless Ik featured
with three-sheets and a liberal supply
of press notices.
The Incident relating to Mark
Twain's weeping at the grave of Adam
was paralleled by Kiehard Henry Lit
tle's devotions at the grave., of a
"lonjr'' lost relative who bore Ihe
euphonious name of "Little Willie."
Mr. McCutcheon is a quiet fellow
ordinarily but when he "draws" on
his fund of information in repartee
Little is left.
tjtiaint as Mr. Ade is in his style
of literature, one would not imagine
that he has the slightest familiarity
with slang phraseology. His diction
has the true Chesterfieldian flavor.
Mr. Chamberlin's plea for Admiral
Schley, based upon his own observation.-
of the Santiago sea fight, found
a responsive echo in the hearts of
his hearers. Mr. Chamberlin does not
hesitate to do justice in matters with
which he is familiar.
A REFUND OF YOUR MONEY
At the tlg Cah Depitrt ment More Vounc
We will gie a :( days" sale from
May 1st to May :;isf. The customer
purchasing the largest amount on
one of the !' days (Ihe day to be
named by a prominent citizen of Koek
Island) will be entitled to a refund
to the full amount of their purchase
on said day. A real opportunity.
VOL Nti & McCOMHS.
J. (i. Wheelan will ojm-ii a saloon in
tho old Commercial house stand Mon
Joseph rrec has tittcil up one or the
neatest bars in the city at -107 Fourth
avenue, which he will ojen to the in
spection oT the public tomorrow. J he
lixturcs are of the latest style, anil a
new feature in the form of a Turkish
room has been added.
Notice to the l'nl.lli-.
The regular systematic, collection of
r"v garbage will Iks begun for the
summer Monday, May -. All fami
lies are requested to have galvanized
iron receptacles to contain their gar
bage placed so as to lie convenient of
access for collection
llv order of the health department.
DU. JOSEPH DE S1LVA.
Licensed to Wed.
Ernest .1. Hussey Koek Island
Miss Diana H. Stow ;...MoIine
Fred llaraks Coal Valley
Miss Mary Koberts Coal Valley
When your druggist says, he hasn't
got- Kocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Co., send your money to us,
we'll send it postpaid. Don't lie
fooled with a worthless substitute.
T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
A little life may be sacrificed to a
sudden attack of croup, if you don't
have Dr. Thomas "Eclectric Oil on
hand for the emergency.
Subscribe for The Argus.
TWO DOZEN FOUNTAIN
PENS STOLEN AT CRAMPTON'S
Two dozen Waterman fountain pens
valued at about $50, were extracted
from a showcase at Crampton's book
store some time yesterday. The
thieves were not seen and there is no
clue. The pens were in the case near
the door yesterday morning and they
were not piissed till evening. Then
they had evidently been gone some
time, for there was no time at which
they could have leeii taken unnotic
ed during the afternoon. It is believ
ed that the party who did the job was
a character of rather suspicious aH
pearnnce who has been seen loitering
around the place of late.
The Commercial house bar, which
is being remodeled by John Wheelan,
was entered some time last night and
a liquor guage, valued at was
- AT SAUNDERS HOME RAISED
The smallo quarantine was rais
ed today from the residence of Harry
Saunders, the Koek Island brakemau,
who has Im-cii confined with the dis
ease for the past three weeks at his
home. "Ml.", Seventh avenue. This again
leaves the city with but one case of
the disease, that of the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Sehlemmer, on
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
Queen and Crescent fast line to
Pirmingham and New Orleans. Two
fast trains daily.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
X. C, Queen fe Crescent route and
Queen S- Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
l'corla. 111., and return f?..7() on cer
tificate plan, May 1st to oth, via K. I.
& I, railway, account annual meet
ing of Ued Men. tiood returning un
til May lth.
$1. C"t. tiood returning until May
'.). For the republican state con
vention, Springfield, May Mh, the C,
l. X: Q. will sell round trip tickets on
May dtli and 7th to Springfield, good
returning May lth, at rate of $1.G3.
Yellowstone Park has been the
scene of great improvement within
recent years. The roads have been
shortened, resurfaced, grades much
reduced, new concrete bridges built,
and sprhikling carts introduced. The
old hotels have been repainted, re
paired nnd enlarged, a new one has
been erected at Norris geyser basin
overlooking the geysers, a tent hotel
camp has Ix-en established at the l"p
per geyser basin near Old Faithful
geyser, and the government lias pur
in a new system of waterworks and
reservoirs at Mammoth Hot Springs.
The Northern Pacific, the railway
that runs direct to the park line, tells
all about the park, the geysers, and
the wild animals found there and
which are such a source of pleasure
to all tourists, in "Wonderland 1J02,
a finely illustrated book sent by
Charles S. Fee general passenger
agen, St. Paul, Minn., to any address
upon receipt of six cents to pay post
I.w 8t Kate to Kwtern 1'olnt
will always apply via the Nickel
Plate road and its eastern connec
tions to all points in New York, New-
England and the eastern states.
Three daily trains to Ft. .Wayne,
Findley, Cleveland, Erie, Iluffalo, New
York and Itoston. Standard equip
ment on all trains. Meals served in
dining-cars, on American club plan,
at prices to suit passengers, from
:tr,i: to $f.0( per meal. For particu
lars call on or address, John Y. Cala
han, general agent, lit Adams street,
Chicago. Depot, Fifth avenue and
European tourists and others des
tined to eastern points, will find the
low rates applying over the Nickel
Plate road to New York, New Eng
land and other eastern destinations,
specially attractive. The eastern ter
minals via this line are only from
three to ten minutes from all ocean
steamship docks, and the service af
forded is first-class. Three trains
daily from Chicago. Uniformed col
ored porters are in charge of day
coMches, whose duties require that
projier care shall always be given to
keeping cars clean and attending to
the wants of passengers enroute.
Meals serxed in dining-cars at juices
that are reasonable and within reach
of all. Details cheerfully turiiisiied
on application t: John Y. Calahan,
general agent. 111 Adams street, Chi
cago. Chicago city ticket office, 111
It will lie to your advantage to
ascertain the rates from Chicago to
New York, New England and all east
ern points applying over the Nickel
Plate road and its eastern connec
tions. Three daily trains, on" which
there is no excess fare. One feature
of service on that road is meals in
dining-cars, on American club plan.
Pay for what you get, but iu no event
more than from r."ie to $1.00. Folders,
rates and all information cheerfully
furnished by applying to John Y.
Calahan. general agent. 111 Adams
street. Chicago, III. - IVpot, Fifth ave
nue and Harrison street.
The P.rothers Hyme who appear at
the Illinois Tuesday in their latest
edition of the "New Eight Pells,"
claim originality in all they perform.
They are the originators of their btyle
of entertainment and have no rivals.
In the "New Eight Hells" they have
presented to the public a perform
ance entirely different from all
others. A production .that stands
alone. The wonderful effects intro
duced are all entirely new and amaz
ing creations of stage art. Over forty
people figure in the play, and the en
tire I!yrne family, four in number,
are seen in the leading parts. The
Byrne productions have always been
the laughing hits of the season, and
in the "New Eight Hells" they sur
pass all previous efforts. Tons if
intricate scenery is used; in fact, a
special ear is required to transport
the mechanical effects, scenery, etc.
For good solid fun the "New Eight
Hells" stands in the front rank.
"1'oanokc." a new comedy-drama
from the pen of Hal Keid will be the
attraction at the Illinois theatre
next Sunday night. May 4. The man
agement appreciating the success of
the play last season and tirsi part of
the present season has engaged an
exceptionally strong company. Tin
advance sale is now going on and
prospects bid fair for a large house
Miss Anna Eta Fay continues draw
ing big audiences at the Illinois each
evening, converting skeptics with her
niarxclons mental performances. To
morrow afternoon then is to be an
other matinee for ladies only, and in
the evening Miss Fay makt-s her last
appearance in Uock Island this sea
son, leaving immediately for New
Notwithstanding the fact that the
Sal in n's big lumber raft w hich pass
ed this city about a week ago caused
coiisideral.h trouble In-fore being
finally delivered at St. Louis word
comes from LaCrossc that another
raft, fully equal in size to that
b.-oiiijht ihfwn liv the Saturn, is now
enroute down the river with the
steamer Lizzie tiardner. The raft
contains S.imiii.Oiio feet of lumber and
is billed to many points down the
river as far as St. Louis. The lumber
on the raft was to have been deliver
ed at various destinations last fall,
but owing to the low waler it was
wintered at Sliltwatcr. Minn. The
tiaidiier. which has the big raft in
tow. is report el to be making slow
proyress. for tin raft i-1 in many
places as wide as the river. It is di
vided into two sections and (apt. Al
Short is making as good progress as
is possible mi let the circumstances.
It will probably reach this city in the
course of a couple of weeks. iieii:r
now laid up for repairs at Alma. Wis.
The regular packets made port to
dav and the .1. W. Van Sunt. Lvdia
V;in Sant. Isaac Staples and (ieorijie
S. went north.
The stage of water was '2:T,? all day
an I the tempi-rat ure at noon was mi.
Th- agricultural report of Crop
Correspondent Thomas Campbell for
Koek Island county May I gives
meadows at so per cent of their aver
age condition and pastures .10 pet-
cent. Th-re has been no difficulty in
securing the necessary amount of
farm labor nor have tenants been dif
ficult to t in I for all land to rent.
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To clean up a lot of broken lines of $.00, $2.50
and $'.00 Men'.s slioes in kid, colt skin and calf
leathers. Heavy extension aud medium soles.
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same treatment that has been a suc
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Office, McCulIough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsH.
Ftate of H. H. I.oh-e. deceased.
Tbe undersigned navine been mppotnted e-
eo.u-iix of ibe iwk nil od te lament of H
Ii. obse. late of Hie county or Hock Islaml.
imve of Il'ino s. deceived, hereby Kles notice
tbst kbe will appear be fore ibe county curt of
hocK Ismnd c untv, ai tne county court room.
In tbe city of nook (and. at the May term,
on tbe first Monday In May next, at
which time ail persons bating claims aga'nst
estate are noiltled ana r quested to at
tend for tbe purpose cr navirg tne same aa-
Ju.ted All vrnnn Indebted to Vld estate
re requested to -make immediate payment to
Dated this 1MB aay or niarcn. a u. iwz
Kathebine LOUbE, KiCcutrLx.
is the parents
how important that
is left in the blood
the helpless child, entailing1 the most
i t -. . m . ... -
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poisons, and removes : every taint from the blood,
and builds up the general health. If weaklings
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and Best Grades.
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in all Diseases Peculiar to Women,
Catarrh, Nervous Kxhaustion, lilieum
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VARICOCELE cured in from one to
Only curable cases taken. If you
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Hours, 0 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to
8 i. in. Sunday, 11:30 to 1:00 p. in.
Estate of A. C. Knocke. deceased.
Tbe undersigned navir.g ocen appointed
executrix of tbe last will and' testament of
A O. Knocke. late of tbe county of itocli
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hcretiy
fives notice that she will appear before
the county court of Rock Island county, at
the county court room, in tbe city of Rock Isl
and, at the Ju e term on tbe first Mon
day in June next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for tbe purpose
of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 2ith day of March. A. D. 1903.
Coba C. Kmjcke, xecuulx.
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