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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902.
THE AUG US.
Published Dally andJWeekiy at 1814 Second
Avenue, Bock Island. 111. Entered at the
Poatoffice as Second-claaa matter.
BY THE Ji "W. POTTER CO.
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tatlve character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Monday, August 25.
' STA'TE TICKET.
Clerk Supreme Court,
JOHN L. PICKERING.
GEORGE W. DUDDIESTON.
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
ANSON L. BLISS.
Trustees University of Illinois,
JULIA HOLMES SMITH,
E. S. MAXWELL,
DR. J. E. WHITE.
For Representative, Fourteenth Dis
trict, THOMAS A. MARSHALL.
For Representative, Thirty-third Dis
WILLIAM R. MOORE.
For County Judge,
For County Clerk,
T For Treasurer,
GEORGE W. HENRY.
For Superintendent of Schools,
The senatorial aspirations of (Jen.
Alger of embalmed beef scandal
It will not rain "pitchforks and
battle-axes" any more. The trust
will stop that.
Nearly one thousand people have
died at Manila of cholera in three
weeks. Its citizens may no longer
need the water cure, but there can
be no question as to their wants in
the cholera cure.
President Roosevelt acknowledges
that the trust is the greatest evil of
the times and one that should be
cheeked bv constitutional change if
necessary. But the president does
not want the people to do too much
thinking on the subject.
The president much prefers a con
stitutional change to meet the trust
question than any congressional ac
tion in that direction. The former
would be the longest way about,
with the .uncertainty of supreme
court interpretation in the end, while
the latter would be simply a short
cut by means of a tariff cut.
Mason Scores Hopkins, Yates and
After he had read in the morning
papers yesterday the account of the
speech of A. J. Hopkins at Aurora, in
which the congressman favored by
the- republican state committee as a
senatorial candidate ignored the mat
ter of 5 per cent assessments on
state employes, Senator William E.
Mason was in a self-satisfied mood.
"Of course Hopkins didn't mention
it," he said, "and it was for a very
g-ood reason he couldn't deny the
fact, now notorious, that every per
son on the pay roll of the state, even
the bcrubwomen, is mulcted for the
benefit of Gov. Yates and the crowd
that with him forms a trust in the
management of the state organiza
tions Hopkins, Lorimer and Cannon.
The charges that I have made are
simply unanswerable, and it is evi
dent that the fact is recognized by
"The question of where the $75,000
annually goe,s," continued the sena
tor, "is easily answered. It goes di
rectly into the governor's control;
he cannot plead ignorance of its col
lection or disbursement. His. lieuten
ants handle it for him, but if an in
vestigation could be had tomorrow
and I could put the governor on the
witness stand I could show that he
knows all about it.
"Never before has there been bo
outrageous' a condition of things as
regards the shameless "robbing of ev
erybody holding a state office. I get
letters- every day telling of new
cases. ' There was one case, out at
the Elgin hospital for the insane, of
a man getting a small salary, who
w as told to pay Hp or get out. His
wife was very ill, and he replied that
he absolutely needed the money, but
the answer was: 'If you haven't the
money go and borrow it; we must
have it. That shows how considerate
of individuals as well as of the good
of the state these vultures are.
"In my. whole political experience I
"never knew anything so open and
general as this assessment business.
There were assessments levied by
Gov. Altgeld, but they were trivial
compared with the present system.
In all my career I never asked for or
received, directly or indirectly, mon
ey from sueh a source and I have
secured the appointment of n great
many men. I was brought up in the
old fashioned school of political lead
ers that did not look upon politics as
a private business, but nominated
and elected candidates who could be.
useful to their party through their
abilitj". The charge made by Con
gressman Cannon that attempts are
being made to belittle the real issues
of this election by dragging in unim
portant matters is based ony upon
the belief of the crowd now controll
ing the republican state committee
that the one and only issue before
the people of Illinois in this election
is whether Richard Yates and his
gang shall be continued in office.
There are no other issues to them."
"Do you think there is any possibil
ity that the governor will be impeach
ed?" Senator Mason was asked.
"Do I think it possible!" exclaimed
the senator, "I think it extremely
probable. Get a law dictionary and
look up the word impeachment, and
see if it iloes not fit the case of Gov.
Yates. He has utterly failed to ob
serve his oath of office. I don't care
to say what specific measures may be
under way, but I am certain that
there will come swift and deadly ret
ribution on the heads of everybody
connected with the levying of these
assessments. There are now three
cases of giving back the 5 per cent
'involuntary contribution, because
the men from whom it was collected
demanded it back. And now every
one of those who have been held up
can sue and recover; what is more,
they are likely to do it. It means the
downfall of the present state central
committee, nothing else.'
"I don't know whether this 5 per
cent business will help me or not,"
said Senator Mason in reply to a
question, "but I do know it will hurt
the men- who manipulated the last
convention so as to secure an in
dorsement that was essentially
fraudulent in its character. I feel as
confident as ever that I am going to
be reelected; there has never been a
moment when I did not feel this."
..These few remarks from the junior
Illinois senator ought to hold the
state republican machine for a while.
Tom Johnson and His Record.
Mayor Tom L. Johnson, of Cleve
land, who is being boomed by numer
ous prominent democrats as a candi
date for the presidential nomination
in 1904, was first mentioned in that
connection when he was elected to
the mayoralty of Cleveland in 1901.
Mr. Johnson made his entrance into
politics by the single tax route. Some
years ago. when his only purpose in
life was the accumulation of riches,
Mr. Johnson accidentally picked up a
copy of "Progress and Poverty.." He
read it through, and was impressed,
but being doubtful of his own judg
ment turned the book over to his
lawyer for an opinion. At firsttthe
lawyer said it was all nonsense, but
upon reading the book through le
came a convert himself. Mr. Johnson
is a warm advocate of nationaliza
tion of large industries.
His record as mayor of Cleveland
in which he has stood irrevocably on
Ihe side -a f the people in all instances,
forcing the large corporations to pay
1 heir just proportion of the taxes and
lo be fair with the public, has won
him the good wll of the entire state
of Ohio and made him a logical can
didate for the highest ottiee in the
gift of the nation. Aside from his
personal popularity and strength Mr.
Johnson has the political advantage
of being the favorite of such great
party leaders as Hon. W. J. Bryan
and Hon. Ben T. Cable.
Took Pleasant. Please.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eat
on, 0.T can do so now, though for
years he couldn't, because he suffer
ed untold agony from the worst form
of indigestion. All physicians and
medicines f ailed to help him till he
tried Electric Bitters, which worked
such wonders for him that he de
clares they are a godsend to sufferers
from dyspepsia and stomach troubles.
Unrivaled for diseases of the stom
ach, liver and kidneys, they build up
and give new life to the whole sys
tern. Try them. Only 50c. Guaran
teed by Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
Ills Sight Threatened.
"While picnicking last month my
11-year-old boy was poisoned by some
weed or plant," saj-s W. II. Dibble, of
Sioux: City, Iowa. "He rubbed the
poison off his hands into his eyes and
for a while we were afraid he would
lose his sight. Finally a neighbor
recommended DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The first application helped
him and in a few days he was as well
as ever." For skin diseases, cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, insect bites,
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is sure
cure. Relieves pilesat once. Beware
oi counterieus. au druggists.
Vor Over Sixty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for ehildren teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is th best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
CURED HER HUSBAND.
Mrs. Bert Jenklnson, Oshkosh, Wis.,
says: "My husband doctored and used
many kidney remedies for a kidney
backache without relief. He recently
purchased a box of KId-Ne-Olds, and
received an Immediate and complete
cure." 50c coated tablets. Easy to take.
-T. H. THOMAS, feeaOIng Druggist.
How Are Tomr Kldaey t
Sr. Hobos' 8 parens PUli cure all kidney Ills. Bam
Ols free. Add. &terkn Bemeey Co.. Chicago or K. X-
DAILY SHORT STORY
A Came of Penochle.
"Here; make haste or you will be too
late. Take this and go to the saloon
referred to. Read jis you go.: There's
your car now."
.The chief thrust a letter into my
hand, and I ran out of the office just in
time to step ou a car going downtown.
I knew the letter referred to the com
ing of the prince, for we had uo time to
attend to other business than his pro
tection. In the car I read:
G.'s saloon, 11 a. m., Beer. Glass over.
At precisely 10:30 I strolled Into G.'s
saloon. Sitting at one of the tables, I
called for beer and cast my eyes about
the room. There was but one person
seated, and the moment I saw him I
knew him to be my man. Fortunately
for me, he had come early. I must get
him away before the man ho was to
meet entered. That man did not know
him, but did be know that man? We
shall see. I sat for a few minutes
wntc.hlng him and saw that he was
nervous. Then, fixing my eyes upon
his, I emptied my beer glass aud turned
it upside down on the table! He start
ed. I got up and, going over to him,
said lu a low tone, "Follow me." He
did so, and as we left the saloon a man
with a red beard entered and cast on us
both a piercing eye, which he did not
turn away till we were out of his sight.
"A narrow escape," I muttered.
"That's the man who was to meet
"Why did you not wait for me to give
the signal instead of giving it your
self?" nsked my man.
"Had no time to waste. Have you
T have the bomb."
It would be Impossible for mo to
keep up a conversation with him, even
for a few minutes, without betraying
myself. My only hope was before do
ing so to gain sufficient Information
to locate the conspiracy.
"Where Is it?" I asked, referring to
"Between the mattresses of my
I wanted to ask where his bed was.
but did not dare do so.
"He is expected In the morning." I
said Instead. "When Is it to be done?"
"While he is being driven to his ho
tel. That is the order."
"Where will you stand?"
"I?" He looked at me. susprlsed.
"You mean where will you stand."
"I will attend to that. You must
hand me the bomb. However, these
details must be arranged later. At
present I can only make an appoint
ment for this evening. Meet me to
night at let me see. Go to No.
street, rear hall room, third floor, 10
"It won't do for us to be seen talk-.
Ing together on the street. Goodby."
Wc were watched, though I did not
know it, and by one whom I rather
than my anarchist bad cause to fear.
I went to the office and reported the
programme to the chief. We arrauged
that ft number of men should appear
at the point of rendezvous at 10:05
o'clock and arrest Penochle. I pur
posely made the hour five minutes aft
er that of the meeting, hoping to gain
some information before taking my
man in. A few minutes before 10
o'clock I went to the rendezvous, e
room that I kept for such purposes In
the worst part of the city, and. going
upstairs, opened the door.
I started back. There sat the man
with the red beard who had eyed us
when we left the saloon.
"Where is" I stopped.
Tenochle? Fenochle Is a very haz
ardous game. Just now I harpen to
hold six aces."
"Six? Ordinary packs hold but four.
Perhaps you count the joker."
"Yon show your ignorance of the
game," he replied knowingly.
"The- game Is one of life and death.
I know that."
"What card do we play?"
"The knave, who arrives tomorrow."
"Very good. By whose order?"
"Good again. And who is Fenochle?"
The man would soon trap me. In
deed I believed this question, would
prove my ruin. I heard a clock strike
10. Five minutes yet before the men
would come! One may be killed in
as many seconds.
" 'Penochle? I repented to gain time.
Then, remembering that my compan
ion of the morning bad said, "You, not
I," I replied evasively: "That seems to
be the question: Is It you or I?"
"Who Is renochle?" he repeated
sharply, moving his hand, which now
for the first time I noticed was con
cealed tinder bis coat. .
"Don't bully me," I said as uncon
cernedly as it was possible. "1 am not
the one designated by the circle to be
'done.' It has assigned me special
work, and If you kill rue you will
break the chain."
"What work 7'
At that moment the door opened, and
my companion of the morning entered,
"A letter has gone astray," he said
to the man with the red beard. "The
man must have used it."
Like a flash my interrogator raised
the concealed hand, which held a re
volver, and covered me.
"I play my six aces. Every one of
thechambers carries a bullet."
"You're too late. The game's up."
My words were based on hearing
steps on the stairs. The door was
opened suddenly, and half a dozen re
volvers pointed into the room.
The prince arrived the next day, but
was not molested.
F. A. MITCHEL.
COCMTI TEHFLK .
"Ails'. 22. Thomas II. McNevin to Su
sanna M. Gansert. oart lot 9, block 9,
Spencer & Chase's add., Rock Isl
Ellen I. Tuttle to Francis C. luttle,
n 21Vi acres of s 43 acres w'g sw, 10,
16, 2w, $10.
23. Elizabeth Potter to J-xlwin .1.
Ilackett, lot 17, block 2, Black Hawk
Fourth add., Rock Island, JMju.
Arthur W. Wilson to Abraham Ii-
tus, lot 3, block 2, Stewart's add.,
South Moline, $5.
Marv E. Stewart to Abraham Ti
tus, lot 5. block 2, Stewart's add.,
South Moline, $900.
Edward H. Guver to Elthea C.
Brown, part out lot 1, Ryder & Read's
add., Moline. $750.
Albert A. Swanson to John Hasson,
n 70 feet lot J, block 4, Edward's
first add., Moline, $.5,400.
Joseph Clark to the Chicacro. Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway Co., part
lot. C, block 7, Original town of Port
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22, 27 and 2S. vGood to return up to
Sept. :;o; SJ40.S0.
1-30 to Peoria and Ketnrn
On Sept. 1 the Rock Island will run
excursion to Peoria, train leaving Mo
line at 7 a. in., Thirty-first street de
pot. Rock Island, at 7:13, and Twen
tieth street at 7:20 a. m.
Ohio and Iudiana
On Sept. 2. 9. 16 and 23 the Rock
Island will sell round trip tickets to
a number of points in Indiana and
Ohio at rate tf one fare, pins $2.
(iood for return within 30 da vs.
A HELPING IIAXD
Is Gladly Kx tended by a Kock Island Cltl-
There are many enthusiastic citi
zens in Rock Island prepared to tell
their experience for the public good.
Testimony f riw sueh a source is the
best of evidence and will prove a
"helping hand" to scores of readers.
Read the following statement:
A. St'ees. of 921 Nineteenth street.
says: "My kidneys caused me a great
deal of discomfort, to say nothing of
the money I spent trying to cure my
self. There were constant pains in
the small of my back, and if I chang
ed my position quickly I was reward
ed with pain " shooting through my
kidneys. There was too frequent ac
tion of the kidney secretions, accom
panied by a burning sensation. Pro
curing Doan's Kidney Pills at Mar
shall & Fisher's drug store, I took a
course of the treatment. I am satis
tied they are an excellent remedy,
and I know of others who received
equally as much benefit as I."
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company, Buffalo, X. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Te My Friends.
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled with my
stomach for several months. Upon
being advised to use Kodol, I did so,
and words cannot tell the good it has
done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia
so that he had tried most everything.
Itold hiin to use Kodol.. Words of
gratitude have cpme to me from him
because I recommended it. George
W. Fry, Viola, Iowa. Health and
strength of mind and body depend on
the stomach and normal activity of
the digestive organs. Kodol, the great
reconstructive tonic, cures all stom
ach and bowel troubles, indigestion.
dyspepsia. Kodol digests any food
you eat. Take a dose after meals
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice la hereby plven tht on Monday, Jul;
21, A. D Wti. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m
at a special meeting of the stockholders of
the N&MnnKl Neck Yoe compsoy. at the
office of said company In the city of Rock
Island In tho county oi hook i iqu, iuidom.
the following resolution was culy passed by
Kesolved. That the capital stock of this
company be and is Increased from t- 000 to
110 000. and further resolved ihst the scope of
the outlines of this company be enlarged to
the end that It may own, possess and enjoy
real estate necessary for ihe transaction of
Its business and may sell and dispose of the
-.m- whn not reaulrrd for the uses of the
corporation, and that It may hare all other
rights and privileges witn rt rereoce 10 sucn
real estate ss Is allowed line oorporstions by
the statutes of tue state of (Ulnoln.
Kock Island, llllnnm, July 23, A. D 1902.
Swain Pearson, President.
W. W. Harris, secretary.
Genuine stamped C C C Neve? soil la bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
- "some thing just as food."
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Dr. J. Alvin Home as president, is
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cialists. There is good reason fortius
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by other physicians as incurable, and
their higji professional reputation is
These physicians treat a certain
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They treat and cure all chronic, ner
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Their methods of diagnosis and
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Dr. J. Alvin Home and his staff
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For a limited period Dr. Home and
his staff have determined to give
their services free to the alllicted
medicines excepted. These services
consist of consultation, examination
(including X-ray) ' and advice; also
minor surgical operations will be per
formed free of charge, when they are
found to be necessary. However, the
unusual skill of Dr. ILpme renders
surgical procedure a rare necessity.
His original methods have supplanted
surgery in very many diseases that
were formerly curable only through
the use of the knife.
Consultations and Examinations
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Pabllcatloa Notice Chucorr.
State of Illinois, ..,
County of Roak L-Jna ( 3
In toe Clivult Court of said c juuty to the
September teim, A. U.. I'jOi
Koama a Pearson vs Henhard; Pearson. Ia
Affidavit of lha unknown residence of Uen
hardc 1'earsoD, the aoove named defendant,
having been bled In the clerk's oHce of the
circuit court of said county, on the !;h day
ot August A. D . 11)02
Noune is therefore hereby given to the said
unknown resident defendant. Uenhardt Pear
son, that the complainant riled her bill of
complaint In said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 9th day of August, A. D ,
132. and that thereupon a summons Issued
out of said ourt wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the third Monday in
the month of September next, as is by law
Now unless you, the said intnown resident
defendant above named, lienhaitlt Pearsou,
shall personally be and appear before the
laid circuit court on thr tlrst day of the next
term thereof, to. bt hoMcn at Kock Island, in
and for said county, on the third Monday in
September next., iind plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the sine and the matters and thing
therein charged and stated will De tUen
as oonfesscd, aud a decree entered asrainst
you according to the prayer of said bill.
Giorgi W. CIamblj. Circuit Clerk
Rock Island III.. August J. IS02
Mckniht & jdc isiRT, Complainant's Solici
tors Publication Notice.
State of IIUgoK l
Rock Island County, f
tn the circuit court, to the September term,
a. u wo:.
The Black Hawk Homes:ead Building Loan
& Saving Association, complainant,
Julia M Sp.tuldiBg and Enris G. Spaulding,
BUI to foreclose mortgage.
To the above named defendants:
Affidavit ot your non-residence havinjj been
Bled In the office of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice is hereby given to you and each
of iou that ths above named complainant has
tiled la said court Its bill of complaint against
you on the chancery side of said court: a
summons in chancery has been ittued in said
cause against you, returnable to the next Sep
tember term of said court, to be begun and
boiden at the court house in tne ctv of Rock
Island In said county and state, beginning on
the third Monday ot September. A. D. ISC
at which time and place you will appear vnd
p'ead. answer or demur to said bill of com
plaint if you see tit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, August C,
Uborgk W. Gamble. Cletk of Said Court.
Sweeney & Wilkib, Solicitors for Com
patent tip,. 8
Joseph F. Schneider,
Second Avenue. Rock Isla.nd.
PHONE WEST 1661
Petition to Sfcll Real Estate to Fay Debts.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Islscd County f
In the County Court, July term, A. D. 190i
Otto Gottsch ad cini-tiiitor of tbu estate of
Wi h ;!ni Thlcms, deceased, petitioner, vs.
Min Tnieme. the unknown heirs or devises
of Wilaelm Thieme. deceased, the unknown
' owner of outlot nuaib- r felxty ('') in sectloa
' number tLirty-nve . (3n towLsnip number
eigite?n (i) North rarge number two (-)
west of the 4T.H p. m according to the asses
sor's pi t of A. l 18434 of lots, bub lots and
ou.'lot in the county of Itock Inland aid
state of Illinois, defendants pstit'.on for aa
ord-;r to sell real estate to pa debts.
To the abovejiamod non-resident defend
ants, the unknown heirs or devisees of Wil
h?lm Tkienie deceased, the unknown owneis
of outlot number s'xty (CM in section number
thirtv Bye (3p) township cumber eighteen (if)
Nf-rth rcge number two (i) west of the 4ih
p.m. according to the assessor's o'at-of A.
1). 1861 of lots, sub-lot and outlots in the coun
ty of Uoc island and state of Illinois.
Aftldivit of your non-residence and of the
non-residence of each of you having been
file 1 in the above entitled cause in the oilloe
of th3 undersigned clerk of the county court
of the county of Itock Island and state of
1 linois. you are hereby notified that the
above uaia-il petitioner bi tiled in said court
h's petition for ai order to sell said realfs
tate to dv the debts of said estate. Ibat a
summons bai been Issued in said cause against
yo'i, teturnable to the July term A. D. itH ot
said court, to be begun atd b ldn in the
court house in the city or Kock island, in saia
county, in the state of Illinois, onihetirst
Monday of July, A. D. 1U0U, that aald cause
has been duly continued for service, and
you are berebv notified to appear in sa!d
court at the next September term of said
court t3 be begun and beid on the first Motday
of September. A.D..19U-. and to plead, answer
or demur o sid petition as rcjuired by law,
or default wLU be entered against you ac
cording to law.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this SH day
of July, A. D lyOi
Henry B Hcbbakd,
Clerk of the County Court.
Swkkney A Walkeh, Solicitors for peti
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