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TUB ARGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1902.
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Pride of Milwaukee.
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chure Which Tells Why
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Under our treatment this insidious
disease rapidly disappears. Pain ceas
es almost, instantly. The pools of
stagnant blond are il riven from the
dilated veins, and all soreness and
swelling1 quickly subsides. "Every indi
cation of varicocele soon vanish.es,
and in its stead conies perfect health.
Our cure dissolves the stricture
completely ami removes ecry ob
struction from the urinary passage,
allays all inflammation, reduces the
prostate gland when enlarged, clean
ses and liea Is the bladder and kidneys
when irritate 1 or congested, and re
stores health and soundness to every
part of the body affected by the dis
ease. CONTAOIOCS IILOOD POISON.
Our special form of treatment for
Contagious Illood Poison is practic
ally the. result of my life work, and is
indorsed by tiie best physicians Oi
this and foreign countries, It con
tains no dangerous drugs or injurious
medicines of any kind. It goes to the
very bottom of the disease and forces
nut every particle of impurity. Soon
every sign and symptom, disappears
completely and forever. The blond,
the tissue, the flesh, the bones, and
the whole system are restored to
perfect health, and the patient pre
pared anew for the duties and pleas
ures of life.
NEK VOL'S PEl'.lLITY.
Our cure for men stops every drain
and vigor and builds up the muscles
smd nervous system, purifies and en
riches the blood, cleanses and heals
the bladder and kidneys, invigorates
the liver, revives the spirits and
brightens the intellect.
We treat and cure all chronic, nerv
ous and private diseases. If yon can
not call at our ofliee, write us your
symptoms fully. Our home treatment
bv correspondence is alwavs success
ful. Wood Medical Institute,
E. IJ. OLIVEK. M. C, M. I)
CKOKCE 15. WOOD, 15. K.. M.D.
CONSC LTI NO PHYSICIAN'S.
Hours: to 12; 1:T;0 to 4; 7 to S.
Second I'loor, Hibernian liuilding.
423 Urady Street. Davenport, la.
WHAT SHE WEARS.
THE FASHIONABLE WOMAN'S COATS,
FROCKS, FRILLS AND FANCIES.
Velvet One of the Season's Glories,
Platted Cairns to the Fore Clever-
ly Built Scotch IMaid Skirts The
Stole and the Pelerine.
One may walk In velvet and win
fashion's best approval, or be clothed
In cloth, especially apple green cloth,
with eqnal chic. The cut of the gown
may be of the simplest and the trim
mings few, but each must be perfec
tion in its kind. The elegance of this
mode appears in the velvet coat shown,
with Its gray and white cloth and gui
pure sleeves and trimming.
The plaited skirt rides triumphantly
on the crest of that wave of fashion
which has swept the severely plain
is acknowledged to Tie the best for
all bladder and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GRAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates and other information
Grand Hotel, Colfitx. Iowa.
You can be cured of any form of tobacco using
easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full r1
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAO,
that maktt weak men strong. Many grain
teii pounds in ten cats. .Over BOO.OOO
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book-1-t
and advice FREE. Address STGSUNQ
XJJMUOY CO, Chicago or New YotaCiW
VELVET COAT WITH GUIPURE TRIMMINO.
affair nearly out of existence and given
us so many charming fancies in its
stead. The somewhat wide knife plait
ing that falls from n shaped piece fit
ting tightly over the hips and extending
down in n straight front panel is a
revival of an old favorite. The pretty
puce colored taffeta gown of the second
cut shows a similar pleasing effect,
which gives a becoming length to the
The wearing of short, basqued vol vet
coats with skirts of Scotch plaid is a
fancy straight from Paris, and the new
feature of these tartan shirts Is the in
letting between their wide box plaits of
strips of plain cloth or velvet, which
the movements of the wearer disclose
to sight. The whole forms a decidedly
striking dress scheme.
In the stolo and the pelerine furs
reach the acme of their elegance and
novelty. The pelerine, a drooping crape
affair, with long ends sweeping to the
feet in front, only reincarnates an old
Idea, but iri the stole fashion achieves
by one audacious stroke a novelty, for
she simply adopts the ecclesiastical
garment of that name as a form, only
rendering it in material of her own
choosing. So we have the flat band
extending over both shoulders and peu-
Cniqoe Thlnct In Fort, Fabrics ma
Smart Small Wares.
Short haired and "shaved" furs are
fashion's original preface this season
to her fascinating story of furry gar
ments. ' Whole costumes are to be made
of shaved petit gris (gray squirrel.
by the way, and Immensely fashion
able). Thus prepared In its velvety
surface it resembles sealskin, but of
course with a gray color.
Moleskins, brown, slock and velvety,
make up motor coats, boleros and other
wraps, and it is sad to reflect how
many of these tiny creatures must be
slaughtered to build a single garment
Tony skin, too, is to have its vogue for
motor coats and the like.
Gray squirrel, or petit gris, the
familiar lining of the once fashionable
long circular cloak, now serves impar
tially as a. coat, n bolero, pelerine, stole
boa, muff, crown of a hat, brim of
a turban, trimming on cloth, or any
similar purpose that pleases the fancy.
Ermine, miniver and white fox an
swer to the rising craze for white furs.
- A positive affection has deveioied for
green color, t is immensely liked in
velvet and cloth costumes of pictu
resque aspect, to which large, flop
Angora felt hats, in light colors and
decked with pinnies, add the finishing
touch of variety and charm. The com
bination of blue and green is another
promised color scheme.
And, apropos of velvet, it is well to
remember that velveteen has this
season reached the perfection of soft,
lustrous, shimmering surface.
Iled, which has been much used by
Parisians, even during the summer, is
to be one of the agreeably warm and
gay fashions of the winter. It looks
uncommonly chic in the new suitings,
largely flecked with white or black.
that combine charmingly with furs.
Jaunty short, loose coats find great
favor with the younger folk and are
built not only in the standard box
cloth, but in the newer long haired
fabrics as well.
Yariations on the box plaited or
Norfolk jacket llgure in many of the
most attractive plain walking suits.
The almost Ideal heating of the mod
ern home has brought lightweight
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PLI38E PUCE TAFFETA OOWX.
dent nearly to the ground on either
side in front, made up in ermine, petit
gris or gray squirrel, chinchilla and
The fancy for softening cloth gowns
with drapery of chiffon and enriching
them with fur, all in one delightful me
lange, indicates fashion's originality
Applications of bits of fur dotted
around over lace represent a remarka
ble trimming. Diamonds of chinchilla
on guipure lace as a trimming for a
velvet gowu areoue example.
GREEN VELVETEEN HOUSE DRESS.
materials such ns nun's veiling and
albatross into great favor nmong wool
en fabrics for house gowns.
Exquisitely finished silk crapes of
beautiful draping quality come in
black, white and all the fashionable
Pdack net skirts, shimmering with
Jet and worn below a low, full lxdlee
of embroidered white satin, strike a de
cidedly original and effective note in
The box turban, with wide and deep
fur brim and velvet crown. Is one of
the good millinery Items.
For a shopping and walking glove
smart women wear a mannish, one
large pearl button affair, with long
wrist. In tan, gray, black or white,
and they even affect the little mascu
line wrinkle of allowing the wrist to
fall down backward over the hand.
White stocks and black stocks with
colored embroidery in fruit or flower
clusters are fashionable bits of neck
wear. , Cuban heels and smart round toes
give the latest touch of style to new
Wide extension soles mark ladies'
walking boots of calfskin, as built by
some of the best makers.
To Clean Woolen Dresses.
An exchange suggests a decidedly
novel method for cleaning woolen
dresses: Take corn meal and water and
boil it the same us for mush. Put the
dress with enough water and the mush
to wash it in. Uinse it in clear water
and bang it up to dry without wring
ing. To keep it from being wrinkled,
iron it on the wrong side before it is
The Green Dnah.
A green bush or a luxuriously blos
soming plant in a room Is a touch of
nature the true value of which In sel
dom realized. Such a bit of the beauty
and blessing of summer tra implanted
in an earl hen Jardiniere in a room car
ries with it a suggestion of outdoor
freshness and wholesomcness. By all
means have a pretty plant In your room.
Notes From Good Housekeeping.
A piece of fresh bread in the dough
nut jar keeps the doughnuts as fresh as
To try when a cake is done, hold your
ear down and listen; If it has ceased
sounding, it is done.
Always put the name in the rubbers
nf fill tf tViA frnnllv in fnlr alun n lihitl
with name high up on umbrella handle
Give a young infant drink from a
saucer instead of a cup or spoon. The
uncertain little lips will close upon it
more easily and there will be no slopping.
Since I have kept an orange wood
stick tied with a long ribbon above the
washstand In the bathroom there are
fewer gloomy finger nails on the little
We have saved gas by using two
half round kettles on one gas burner.
They fit closely together and for a,,
family of five or six cook enough veg-.
etables in each one. 1
There is a fad among New York club-'
men just now of having their mono-!
gram embroidered In wash silk letters'
one inch long on the left shirt sleeve,,
three or four inches above the cuff.
CITY OF JERUSALEM
AT VVOHLD'S FAIR.
Exact Reproduction of the Holy City
One of the Chief Features of the
St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 20. The Holy
City of .Jerusalem will le reproduced
at the St. Iuis world's fair in 1004.
Among the tirst concessions granted
by the worM's fair management is
one allotting j0 acres in the very
heart of the world's fair ground for
As the city of Jerusalem is the most
interesting city on earth, so will the
Jerusalem exhibit be the most inter
esting feature ot the great Louisiana
purchase exposition. The enterprise
is in the haixls of a company of well
kiiown St. Louis men and is known as
the Jerusalem Kxhibit company. The
company enntnitis among its stock
holders a number of ihe leading cler
gymen of this city. The president of
the advisory board is l.'ev. W. It. l'al
niore, editor of the Christian Advo
cate, and the secretary is Lev. Sam
uel I. Lindsay, who has been the re
ligions editor if the St. Louis Kepub
lie for the past six years. The gen
eral manager is Alex. Konta. a gen
tleman who has traveled much in Pal
estine and is thoroughly familiar
with the city of Jerusalem and the
thing-, to be m rn there, which are of
especial interest to- pilgrims from all
parts nf the world.
It is Ihe in) i-.itioii of the company
to make just a-i nearly an exact re
production of Jerusalem as the 10
acres wiill permit. In fact, it will be
really lo acres right out of the heart
of Ihe holy city. Famous churches,
such as the chiirch of the Holy Sep
ulchre an I the mosque of (Jniar. will
be reproduced almost Iheir exact
size, as will a lo the wailing place of
the Jews and other historic buildings.
The whole site will be surrounded by
an exact counterpart of the walls of
Jerusalem, showing the Damascus
gate and other entrances whose
names are lrmsohidd words through
out all Christendom. The garden of
( iet hsemane. .just outside the walls,
and the mount of Olives will also be
shown. It will jilso be possible to see
the pool of Saloam and the women
washing their garments therein.
Not only will these world-famed
buildings and spots be duplicated,
but at least and possibly "0O na
tives of Jerusalem, comprising crafts
men and merchtnts of every description--
from the humble water-carrier
to the purple-robed prelate- w ill be
seen in the street of this reproduced
Jerusalem. There will also be seen.
on various days, religions processions,
which form so large a part of the
sight.-.' to be seen by the traveler in
the Holy Land.
As is well known, there are three
calendars in ue by the great religi
ous sects in Jerusalem, namely, the
Vrmenian, tJreck and Koman. Each
of these great religious bodies has,
therefore, ditV rent (lays on which
certain religious festivals are obscr
cd. It is the intention of the manage
ment of the Jerusalem exhibit to
have processions daily through 'the
streets of this new Jerusalem
in strict accord with the processions
in old Jerusalem. As a result visitors
to the world's fair will be able to see
each day exactly what is being clone
in Jerusalem proper.
Some of the things which will be
seen in this reproduction of Jerusa
lem will be abst lately real. For ex
ample. Syrian priests will hold daily
religious services for those natives
brought over from Jerusalem. To
these sericcs will also come all those
orientals sent over to the world's
fair by their respective governments,
and thus a great oriental religious
service ma v be seen dailv.
These are but a few of the Ihings
that will be seen in this reproduction
of Jerusalem. The feature is said by
the world's fair management to be by-
far the most important planned. It
will cost complete $1,400,000.
THIS VERY FAST AGE.
Still Dissatisfied In Spite ot Our Tre
mendon.i Speed Development.
The more civilized men become the
raore restless. The aboriginal brother
was never In a hurrj. but he managed
to get around to his last resting place
It is said that the old Dutch galley
man of the last century was always
satisfied If he got to the West Indies
in his slow moving "yacht" in a year.
We now cross the ocean In less than
six days, but are no better satisfied
than the mariner of old. Recently the
Kronprinz Wilhelm made the voyage
from Cherbourg to New York in five
days, eleven hours and fifty-seven min
utes, making an average gait of 23.00
knots. Her owners are no better satis
lied than thmigh she had not beaten her
own best previous performance by
three hours. They are still looking for
We now have a running horse that
does a mile in 1:37 4-5. A great trotter
has been nearly blowing its lungs out
to make a mile within two minutes for
some time past. Yanderbilt's automo
bile has been driven a mile In 43 3-5
seconds. Great locomotives now will
pull heavy express trains a mile a nun
Not less wonderful are our records of
speed on the water. A short time ago
the Arrow steamed a mile In less than
lm. 20s. Other rivals had fornurly
crept up to marly tha speed, but the
Arrow now bears tha champion's rec
ord. Her record means that she can
travel forty-five milt s an hour, which
Is the speed of an ordinary locomotive,
and If it could bo made more continu
ous would send her to Europe in three
On the strength of the Arrow's per
formances they are now figuring on a
three day ship to Europe and say that
the plan is very feasible. It is a mere
question of mathematics to lay out a
ship after the pattern of the Arrow
T0(i feet long and with a proportional
driving power that would send her
across from New York to Liverpool in
three days. On paper we already have
it. Detroit Free Press.
Coughs, Colds and Constipation.
Few people realize when taking
cough medicines other than Foley's
Honey and Tar, that they contain
opiates which are constipating, be
sides being unsafe, particularly for
children. Foley's Honey and Tar
contains no opiates, is safe and sure
and will not constipate. All druggists.
If you haven't a roenlar, hraltby ronvemfttitof tfcs
bowts every dny. you're 1U or will bo. Kej yonr
towel open, and be well. Force, in the shape ot
violent ihyic or pill poison, is dangeron. Tho
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels cle&r and clean is to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pteamnt. Pltnl!e. Potent. Tite Good, !o
Good. Xofcr Sicken. Weaken or Onpe; 10, 5 and
60 cents i-r boi. Write for tree sample, and book
let on health. Address 403
Sterlina Reraody Company, Chicago r New Yor1:.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Dont Be Fooledi
Take-tht genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no subttl
tatc. Ask your druzgl
3 "IF YOU BUY IT AT BLEUER'S IT'S R.IGHT" 3
A STANDING OUDKU WITH T1IK LA IK J KST MANirFACTP Ki:i:S IX THK ( Ol'XTKY TO SHIP IS TIIK
LA T I-' ST DKSKJXS IX KVKKYTIIIXC PKKTAIXIXC. TO A
FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE.
TIIK KKSl'LT IS THK HIIHJHTKST, MOST PP-TO-DATK STOCK OP .1 KWKL1IY IX THK TIIKKK
ITTIKS. XO P.ACK Xl'.MIJKllS II KKK. YVHKX STIFF COKS OPT OF STYLK WE MELT IT UP FOIi
OLD GOLD AX!) SILYEK OK TIIKOW IT IX TIIK CIIAI! F.AtiS. AM) Oi l: CONSTANTLY IXCKEAS-
ix; F.rsiNKss is evidence .
That Olir Prices Are Right. 1
A SMALL PAYMENT SEt I KES AN Y AHTICLE. SEE l"S FOK CHKISTMAS PKESEXTS. ENGKAV
1XC FKEK. OPEN" EVENINGS.
FRED BLrEUER, Jeweler, 1708 Second Ave
I SALE IN
Hotter Than a riaater-
A piece of llannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound
on the n fleeted parts is better than a
plaster for a lame back and for pains
in the side or chest. Pnin P.alm has
no superior as i liniment for the re
lief of deep seated, muscular and
rheumatic pains. For sale by all druggists.
Kndol Dyspepala, Care
Digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and diges
tive organs, cures dyspepsia and indi
gestion, stomach troubles, and makes
rich, red blood, health and strength.
Kndol rebuilds worn out tissues, pur
ifies, strengthens and sweetens the
stomach. Gov. (J. W. Atkinson, of
West Virginia, says: "I have used a
number of hot lies of Kodol and have
found it to-be a very effective and,
indeed, a powerful remedy for stom
ach ailments. I recommend it to my
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Kiess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
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Mrs. Winslow's Soothing; Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Buy and Try a Box Tonight
While vou think of it. co buv and
try a box of Cascarets Candy Ca
thartic, ideal laxative, tonight. You'll
never regret it. Genuine tablets
;tamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All druggists, ioc.
WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
Never before have we had so many people
take advantage of our wonderful bargains as we
have in the past two weeks, and to make this the
biggest month we ever had we will continue to
sell shoes at the great reduction prices:
All 82.50 Shoes,
cut pi'ice . .
All 82.00 Shoes,
cut price. . .
All 81 50 Shoes,
eut price . .
All 81.25 Shoes,
cut price . .
All S1.00 Shoes,
cut price . .
All 85.00 Shoes,
cut price . .
All 84 Shoes,
cut price . .
All 83.50 Shoes,
cu,t price . .
All 83 00 Shoes,
cut price . .
Ladies' warm slippers and shoes at 80cf $1.00
Ladies Alaskas, any size, 69c.
Men's Felt Boots 39c a pair.
Men's Arctics, good ones for $1.00 a pair.
ADAMS will give you BARGAINS from now
till Christmas, if you will let him.
Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue, Rock Island. 111. ,
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