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TELE ARGrUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1, 1904.
The Best Train
For Busy Men
To Chicago is the St. Paul' X. t.
Leave Bock Island at 4:58 p. m. via the
Chicago, Milwaukee 5v
St. Paul FLy.
Supper served in cafe car. Arrive Union
Passenger stat ion, in the heart of Chi
cago, 9:55 p. m. Thisfjiyea yu the en
tire day iu which to transact your
business, returning on THt SOUTH
WEST LIMITED, leaving Chicago at
0:05 p. in.
S. B. STODDARD
H. E. C A STEEL,
L. I). Ml DOE,
Central Trust i Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED DNDEB STATE LAW.
-.4iili.il Stoeft VIOU.OMO. lour IVr CmI tnt.-reMt on DsSWSfta,
C. .7. Larkin. H. H. Cleavcland.
J. J. La file, Mary E. Robinson,
JJ. EL Casteel, E. D. Sweeney,
L. D. Mudge, H. W. Tremann,
F-tates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely aeparate from the banking business of
the company. We net as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. Genera! financial
iff en t for non-residents, women,
PUR.ITY AND CLEANLINESS
iSftl Beer is Good forYou
a tonic. The alcohol only S4 per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness -cooled in filtered air and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
a your doctor what he thinks about drinking
R Schlitz beer. Ak
If the Brewery Hottlin:
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
I We Don't Need the Money, Maybe Yovi Do?
Money loaned on all articles of value
a few except i.mr I bargains in d:.imoii(.
320 Twentieth St. 'Phone green MS.
H. B. SIMMON,
H. I). Mack,
M. K. Heagy,
H. B. Simmon.
invalids, and others.
ts to persons are so rcurb
matter of good bathing equip
ment that I wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the Lest ami most
sanitary apparatus. In such
sases it is to your highest inter
est to consult us, see sample?
here and get our estimates free
The malt is a food; the hops
Phone 1014 and 5R30.
Cjr-.- & Ohlwpilcr Co. .
trvwi Kleventh St .
Km k !''..iad. DL
The Man Who
Knows us and our brands of liquor-;
and wines - or he should get
acquainted with us ami them forth
with. There's no particular pa
rade about this establishment, but
there is a whole lot of inferior com
forters and at much lower prices
than vou'H tind elsewhere
A triiil is all we ask. We have X
S.eoels Loan Office g
I occ o?coccco cdococ oooocooood
KLEVER BOY LIVES
Hamptoi Lad Supposed to Have
Drowned, Brought to
HIS LAST SICKLE FOR PEANUTS
Goes to Sleep on Be A of I. av.-s in
Woo. is Near M .line and la
Wakened by Stranger.
Henry Kierer, the B-year-old boy
though 1 t. have faUea off the bridge
at Campbeira island Monday and been
drowned, is safe in the bosom f hi
family at Hampton. Henry w:h
prougbl to the Rock aland police sta
tion last evening by a citizen at whose
boose he had called for a meal.
The bog -aid thai when he became
separated f roin his parents at the Isl
and, where they had gone to spend the
day, he boarded sn interurban ear.
Re alighted at the eastern limits of
Mi lin-. where be slept thai night in
a bed of leaves. Yesterdaj be walked
to Bock Island.
Slffpn lu tin? Wood..
I bad l". cents when 1 lefl the isl
and," little Henry sai!. "It was grow
ing dark. I could not find papa or ma
ma. I thought they had gone home.
So i jumped on a car and rode until it
was night. The conductor took 10
cents from me. and I got off the car
near Moline. I was tired from playing
all day on the island. I had a fine
time. When I came to a big tree 1
made a bed out of leaves and lay down
10 rest. I fell asleep, but did not
mean to. Some big ugly man shook
me and w ke me up. It was nearly
morning, I guess. I was scared when
I found I had been there all night.
And 1 was nearly frozen. The man
told me to go heme. 1 told him I
was lost. He said for me to try to
find niv home. When 1 walked awa.v
In- laid down in the bed I had made.
At sunup I was in town; guess it was
Moline. I had jno a nickle, and was
hungry, and spent it Cor peanuts. They
were awfully good, and 1 ate every one
of them. I kept ii walking until I
reached R ck Island. Some man
brought me here."
Identified lr Arena Item.
The police supp sed Henry was
some boy that had strayed from his
home in the city. They had not ask
ed lii in his name, expecting he would
be called for during the evening.
While (apt. Lawrence Kramer was
rtading The Argus he came across
the item telling of the disappearance
of Henry Klever at Campbell's island.
The b:y iii custody then to d his story.
The anxious parents, who had given
up the ehild for lo.-t. were telephoned
the glad new-, and the father. Car!
Klever, came to the city late at night
an i returned with Henry.
SMALLEST BARBER IN THE
BUSINESS AT ELL OB A, IOWA
Bldora, June I. Ivan Robow, IT
'years of age. weighs 4" pounds and
standing C" baches in height is un
doubtedly the smallest barber in
America and has just arrived in this
city to work for his brother in the
! barber business.
The title fellow is perfect in de
velopment an 1 i- unusually bright in
Intellect but is unable to speak a word
of English. Hhe came to this country
from Berlin, Germany, to make his
fortune and in attending to the wauls
of his customers in the barber trade
has to stand up n a pedestal in ordei
lo be Infill enough up iii the world to
shave a man or cut his hair.
The lad has a good education and
seems pleased with America and her
people. He was the object of much
Curiosity upon landing in New York
city a few days ago from Germany.
The brother. Theodore Rubow, who is
mi Lldora barber, is an ordinary sized
man and the parents of Ivan Rubow
are of ordinary Bute. What the little
felow lacks in stature he makes up in
brains and is determined to become
a wealthy man sonic day. He is just
about the sie of the ordinary boy of
6 years of age.
AtUertlned Letter UrtR SS.
Letters remaining uncalled for in
the Rock Island postoffiee for the
week ending May 1904: liattie
Adair. C. W. Byrns, W. ('. BfHings,
Mr-. A. K. R. Bryant, Mrs. A. K.
Bryant, Mrs. Winnie v raft. Miss A. V.
Rgan, Alfred Hoheon, Miss Beatrice
llin.s. 1). C. Jenkin.-. K. J. Kelley.
James Lay ton, Miss Helien LeRoy,
Weltha McCarty, J. XV. Muir, Miss i:.
Maxwell, George W. Kelson, H. B. Pat
ton, Myrtle Reed, s. Robnowich, Miss
V'. Redner. C. E. Renner, Prank
Smart. C. K. Schmidt. James P. Sy
rett. Louis Shiller, Miss Id i Sandburg,
Thomas Vodden, Henri Nan Dyckc.
J. K. Wadsworth. P, 15. Watson. John
Williams. Foreign: Jokob Gustafsaon,
I.. P. Rasmussen, Amalia Stockman.
T. H. THOMAS, P. M.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposal-; wfl be received at
the city clerk's office. Rock Island.
111., until Monday. .lune 6. 1904, at 5
o'clock p. m.. for the erection of a
band stand in Spencer square. I'lais
and specifications on ftie at the city
The city reserves the right to re
ject anv or all bids.
Bock Island, lib. May -7. iwm.
H. C. BCHAFFER, Citv Clerk.
Real Katat Tntnafera
May 31. Anna B. Brunstrm to
Charles Anders, a. w M feet lot .
SUbdiv. otitlot 13, 31, 1. tw, $2.O00.
Joseph De.Iean to fJ. II. Young, lot
S. block 3S, Chicago or Lower add..
Rock Island. $1,100.
BARE MENAGERIE WONDERS
WITH THE RIN0LING CIRCUS
The most extensive and valuable
collection of wild, animais in the World
is the DM natrerie feature of Mingling j
Brothers vvonderf ul circus txhibi
tfons. Aiming the rare features to be
seen nowhere else, and rated above
price, are two riratTes, the only rhi
noceros known io be in captivity, the
almost extinct gnu, or horned horse,
a perfect specimen of the whin- polar
bear, a real baby elephant born in
America, standing no higher than its
mother's knees, and the only one ever
successfully reared in captivity, ami
a gigantic troop of 40 elephants, the
largest herd ever shown under canvas,
and twice as many as are with any
other show in the world. In tikis priee
U collect inn of (mKI animal creatures
(he specimens are all perfect t.vpes.
ami iH cages, dens anil lairs are rc
quired to earn them. The big menag
erie tent i the largest ever made for a
a circus, an I so big that an army of
5,000 men -ou!d be easily maneuvered
under its walls. .Naturalists and ex
plorers unqualifiedly pronounce the
Singling Brothers' menagerie the larg
est and mosl valuable in existence.
Frequently colleges and schools arc
closed to jrie students an opportunity
to inspect this celebrated wild animal
collection. One may practically make
a tour of the world in the time devot
ed to the study of this immense so
ologica display, and it is safe to say
that in er again will an opportunity
present itself for seeinjr a great many
animals almost extinct. The horse
show with l!iiiLrIiiiir Brothers i- anoth
er surpassing feature of the wonder
ful circus, exhibiting '."( superb speci
mens, :;m of which are performing
equines of blue-blooded pedigree. The
Capital invested in this department
alone indicates the progressive spirit
of this firm, which is world-renowned
as proprietors of the mosl successful
circus institution in existence. This
policy is again illustrated this sea
son in the production of a magnificent
spectacle. Jerusalem and the Crusades,
Involving 1.800 characters, a brillet of
mi mid a singing chorus of 200, r quir
ing the use of a stage larger than the
ci nsLined stage space in 100 theatres.
Mor' than 2.000 costumes, the design
and make of Parisian artists, are em
ployed, and the scenes of marching
hosts, dancing galaxies, galloping
knights, ecclesiastical groupings and
swiftly changing dramatic incidents
form a spectacular display indescrib
ably fascinating. The music compos
ed for this gorgeous production is
rendered by the largest portable grand
pipe organ ever built, anil a band of 50
-elected soloists. The scenic investi
ture is elaborate and ornate, and the
spectacle In its entirety is incompar
ably the most important ami success
ful historical display ever shown un
der canvas. The same policy of en
largement and novelty is to be seen in
the ring performances this season.
Three hundred and seventy-five of the
pick and flower of Europe, America
and the Orient in the circus profession
are to be found in the huge arenic
prpgram. Many of the leading ar
tists in the riding, acrobatic and gym
nastic numbers have never been seen
in this country before, and are cele
brated in their foreign homes. This
year it takes v" cars of double length
to transport the immense equipment,
horses and personal factors. When the
circus is completely set up on the
show grounds there are SO pavilions
in all. The street pageant on the morn
ing of show day is the bigjrest and
most varied ever organised. This at
traction with Singling Brothers has
always been immeasurably superior
to the efforts of all other shews, and
this season it is more diversified, re
splendent, novel, sensational snd
larger than ever lefore. The great
show will be in Davenport one day
only. Saturday. June 18, and crive two
performances, at o'clock and s
The Juniata and Gipsy were south
with logs. The St. Paul. .1. V. Van
Saut and Lydia Van Sant went north.
The Winona and Helen Blair were in
The palatial steamer J. S. will give
excursions out of this city, Davenport
and Moline June 11 and 1:.'. The one
on the former date will be given by
the management of the boat to Mus
catine. n the following day the Mo
line Athletic club will conduct an ex
cursion to Clinton. The ,1. S. has been
plving the southern waters since last
Dubuque Times: The '. W.Cowles,
( apt. Winan's boat, which was so bad
ly damaged by tire in the harbor last
spring when she was being taken out
on her first trip of the season and
which has been undergoing extensive
repairs fi r the past two months, will
leave the harbor in Dubuque on her
first trip of the season up the river.
It will be remembered the entire n j -per
deck and cabin of the Cowles was
destroyed by fire and the big side
beams badly charred. Over a doen
carpenters have lieen steadily at work
since the day of the fire and over (1,000
was expended in making the necessary
repairs. The upper deck has been en
tirely rebuilt, also the cabin. The
Cowles has also been repainted and
presents a natty apjiearance. She
c to St. Paul.
The Helen Blair arrived in this port
this mornimr on h r rep-ular trip with
an extraordinarily large crowd of pas
sengers. The Winona, from Clinton, was in
and f ii t today on her regular run. and
brought and picked up a g.od passen
ger list and a fairly heavy cargo of
The St. Paul came to this port be-
"WHAT'S BRED IN THE BONE i
A f'-. Uptt
WILL OUT IH THE FLESH
Is true of mankind as well as lower animals. We do not ex
pect blooded stock from common sires, physical giants from
dwarfs and midgets, nor well-developed, robust children from
tainted ancestors and sickly parents. It is contrary to the
laws of nature and heredity, which are inviolable, unchange
able and fixed.
Children not onlj' inherit the features, form and dispo
sition of their parents, but the mental and physical qualities,
infirmities and diseases as well. That certain diseases are
transmitted from parents to children, are bred in the bone
and handed down from one generation to another, can not
be denied, for we see evidences of it everv where and every day.
SCROFULA, a disease almost as fatal as Consumption, is a
disease of the blood, is bred in the bone and will out in the flesh in
the form of glandular swellings, deep abscesses and sores, boils
and eruptions. It affects the eyes and ears, weakens the digestion
and destroys the red corpuscles and solids of the blood, resulting in
emaciation, stunted growth and poorly nourished bodies.
RHEUMATISM is handed down from gouty ancestors and
rheumatic parents. The acid poisons in the blood that cause the
sharp, shooting pains in muscles and joints have been there may be
rrorn birth, and exposure to bad weather, night air, or cold, easterly
winds only hastens the attack by exciting the acid blood. The blood must be purified and
the poisons filtered out of the system in order to get relief from this painful disease.
CATARRH is something more than a cold in the head; the poison extends into the
Throat and Lungs, attacks the Stomach, Kidneys and Bladder, and every part of the sys
tem. We inherit a predisposition or tendency to Catarrh, just like other blood diseases; it is
bred in the bone and can not be reached w ith sprays and salves, but requires constitutional
treatment and a thorough cleansing of the disease-tainted blood.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON is responsible for more suffering than all other
diseases combined, and none is so surely' transmitted from parent to child. Fearful ulcers
and sores and disgusting skin eruptions often break out in infancy, and those whose blood is
tainted with this awful poison are handicapped from birth, and unless the poison is eradi
cated carry the taint through life.
CANCEROUS ULCERS and old sores seem to pursue some families through gen
erations, and in spite of washes, salves and ointments, continue to spread and grow be
cause the taint is in the blood; is bred in the bone and grounded in the flesh.
Nothing but a real blood remedy like S. S. S. can reach these deeply rooted, inborn
diseases. It goes to the fountain source of the trouble, uproots the old taint, drives out
the poisons that have been lurking in the blood for years, and tones up the weakl- constitution.
S. S. S. reaches diseases of this character that no other medicine docs or can. It has
been tested in thousands of cases during the nearly fifty 3-ears of its existence, and its reputa
pearance sometime, " for what is bred in the bone will out in the flesh," as sure as you live.
Our physicians make diseases of the blood and skin a special stud3'. Write us all
about your case, and medical advice or any special information desired will cost you nothing.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
tween U and 1 o'clock today. She
en r life nort ll.
The st.-iy-e of water was 7.CO,
Only very slight changes in the Mis
sissippi will occur between Dubuque
D ug'r H'ght Ch'ge
Line 8a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul if
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Ueed's Landing . .
Prairie du Chien .
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Kansas ( it v
Many folks are busy taking the
trouble for other people. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea is busy making
people happy, by making them well.
;;5 cents, tea or tablet. '1'. Ii. Thomas,
Big Four Route
TO Till: WORLD FAMED
Virginia. Hot Springs
2.."0O feet elevation on Chesapeake &
Ohio b'y. Pre-eminent among all-year-round
Under the management of FRED
This 15 ii brick structure is now com
pleted. Has 4(H) rooms ami 2tKj pri
vale baths, each room supplied with
long distance 'phone and modern ap
pointmehts. Brokers' office with direct
New York wire.
Magnificent bath house and mosl
curative waters known for rheuma
tism, gout, obesity and nervous trou
bles. Fine Golf Links and new Club House
with Squash Court, lounging rooms,
eafe, ping-pong table.-, etc. Orches
tra. JUNE AND JULY.
The grandest months in the year.
Magnificant train service. Dining
Cars, l'uliman Sleeper.-. Observation
REDUCED RATI'. TICKETS NOW ON
For full information call on ngcnls
BIG FOUR. ROUTE.
Allen M. Nye. T. P. A.,
tion as a cure for chronic blood troubles is firmly established.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and suited to
old and young and persons of delicate constitution. If you
have inherited a predisposition or tendency to some family
taint, the sooner you begin a course of S. S. S. the quicker
and more certain the cure. The disease may develop
in childhood or later on in life, but is sure 'to make its ap
WHEN IN DOUBT CONSULT THE BEST,
years of successful experience in curing Chronic, Nervous and Pri-'
vate Diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanently located in
Davenport, where be has cured thousands of cases of Chronic llis-,
eases pronounced incurable uy otners. proves conclusively that 1 lit.
WALSH is the Beat and Most Successful Specialist in the Tri-Cities.
Dr. WalsK Cvircs When Otners Fa.il.
Slcepiessness, Stricture, Weakness of Men, Failing Memory. Mental
Delusions. Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Blood Diseases,
Scrofula, Piles, and Kidney Diseases.
IA7r rr- r r-
suffering from Nervous Exhaustion, Headache, Backache, Constipa- T
tion. Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or any other disease pecu- T
liar to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his Jft
vast experience. J
REMEMBER, IT PAYS TO CONSULT THE BEST FIRST.
Vibration and Electricity
20 years' experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of these methods
of curing chronic diseases. He uses all forms of Electricity, including
Faradism, (ialvinism, Cataphore.-is,
qu ucy Currents.
X Vari' ocele
! is a frequent cause of nervous ar.d physical decline. Why treat months
"V with otners when we can positively cure you in from one to three
Only curable cases taken. If
cured by mail.
HOI KS: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under tn.e State Law. 4 Per Cent
Int erest Paid on J.)epo-itH.
Money Loaned on Prrsonsl Collateral or Real Estate Security,
J. M. liuford, President.
John Crubaugh. Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Ca.-hier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
and (jpcunviDP S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
DR. J. F. WALSH.
Sinusoidal, Static and High Fre- J
you cannot call, write. Hundreds
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.
R. R. Cable,
II. P. HuD,
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. Bulord,
Solictors Jackson and Hnrat.