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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. 1904.
i Swollen glands, tumors. xvh:te swelling, sores, pustular
or scaly tkin eruption j, flabby muscles, brittle bones, weak
digestion, emaciated, illy-nourished bodies, are some of
the well-known earmarks of Scrofula. Scrofula is inhc-r-ited.
Parents too closely related by the ties of blood, or
tainted with consrimption or blood poison, may look for
signs of Scrofula in their children. The middle-aged often
have it. but children are the chief sufierers. Scroful?
breaks down the vital forces, Cleveland. Ohio, Ana-iist 11.1903.
and the; blood become.3 SO I inheritfxl Scrofula from lay parents, aiid this
went- tw,f frfca if iVm not means, of
nourish the body. The rem- been undr treatment of physicians for "quite a
edv in all scrofulous affec- peic?d at different times, but their treatment did
euy in au scromioas uuv-l not do me aaythmc-like tuo pood 8. 8. S. did last
tions must be one that puntie3 winter when I took it. It promotes appetite am'.
the diseased blood, builds up SSfiSSif t!4!StJSJSl37l huilds up
. , . .. . tho peneral health in ever- way, and in addition
the weak digestion, increases to being- an excellent blood purifier, it adds to us
. - i - - - - - - - ocwcaotiiiitaioaconaiLioaoitap oyi
Hip moetite and rr've; new success
j-j b - -- me than
energy ana s.ren'rtn to an I commend it.
I iff 'a fnmr-c 'n ri rt'i ir-1Tl Vl n BrOWncll S
won so much fame ar, a blood purifier
that make Scrofula so dreaded and dangerous.
Write us fully about 3'our case. Medical advice will cost von nothing.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA,
atonic. The alcohol only percent 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
your doctor what he thinks about drinking
D Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
Jhe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Wholesale Dealers In PURE WINES and LIQUORS.
CELEBRATED COLFAX MINERAL
Manufacturers of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
181M-KII Tbiril Avrnnr, Hook Inland.
Chicago Denta! Company
OFFICE 1617! z SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerved done by us, and
the best and most eareful treatment
Siren to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
With natural gums, that fit in all cases
and when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our office for our work is
til guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be t'rst class
in every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Gold platinum filling
Gold fillings. l and up .
Gold Crowns 22k, $t and $5
Thin Plastic plates
, . 10.00
Pest Red Rubber Tlates 0.001
OFFICE lC0?is SECOND AVENUE,
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
DR. S. C. MARSHALL.
Big Bargains in
Second Hand Pianos
nust be sold at once. One upright
piano in good rendition
vtandard make, at
One large tJaa square
One Steinway Square
Also new pianos at factory prices
from $75 to
less than esn be sold by dealers.
First Class Piano Tuning $2
J. M. ZIMMERMAN.
New ptioce RM
course, weak, impure blood and a ruu-
as a remedy tor Scrofula. It di 1 more for
any thing 1
have used, and with nleasura
m.ns. LOUISE COHEN.
as S. S. S., and its tonic effects upon
the system are not equaled by any other remedy. It
makes the weak, tainted blood rich and strong, and
drives out of the circulation all tubercular deposits
and morbid matter that cause the glandular swelling,
sores, abscesses, tumors and other horrible symptoms
Beer is Good forYou
The malt is a food; the hops
Phor.o I'll 4 r.ml TA30.
f.';irv- it ( riilv.i.iler Co..
OMII Bleventti St..
1. tk 1 I.ll.'-l. ill.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. . . .
Continental Ins. Co. .
Agricultural Ins. Co.
Traders' Ins. Co
Newark, N. J
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Williamsburg Ins. Co
New Hampshire Ins. Co...N
North German Ins. Co. . . .
. . . New York
American Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Pa
Security Ins. Co. ..New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. . Rockford. Ill
Office, room ?. Buford biock. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD
The old lire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Iaundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck is what those who indulge
in a little slang would say. But
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when you first
bought it. In color and finish, we
will guarantee to do it to your sat
isfaction every time. Careful hand
ling and artistic work are among
our up-to-date methods.
AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
Twelfth Street aad Fifth Arnar.
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Six new cars from the St. Ixwis Car
compan' shops have arrived In the
i-:ty. The ears are 4'J teei ions
will be used to carry passengc rs in the
on the D. & S. railway. The body
of each of the cars Is painted darn
green and the upper parts yellow. A
rbonry vestibule with double doors on
each side Is si'iated on each end of
the cars. On the inside is a center
aisle, on each aWe ot which are cane
sais similar to those- in the new cars
of the Tri-CIty Railway company. The
suburban cars will le feet Ions
A gang of im-u from the- Chicago
packing houses which have now shut
down on account of the exist ins; strike,
have arrived in the city in search of
employment. They are mostly Ger
mans and by their appearance look
ro be a thrifty and industrious lot.
They stated that, realizing it would he
some time before the strike differ
ences were settled, they had decided
to null out of Chicago and seek em
Adolph Lcpper has found his in
juries, sustained in a fall in the city
council chamber a week ago. to be
more serious than was thought at the
time of the accident. The large as
.veil as the small bone of his right leg
proved to be cracked, and fte is not
only suffering considerable pain, but
is faced by the necessity of taking a
long vacation before he will be able to
clinil) step ladders or decorate walls
Woitl has come to Ike Deutsch from
axles T. Kindt, who was in Chicago,
that he had seen ("banning Ellery there
and bad cinched the ngagement of
Ellery's Royal Italian band Cor the
jreek opening Ang. l at Schuetnen
park. Owing to t h ; late arrival of the
hand ther-; will be no Monday matinee.
but Monday night will occur the big
concert promised by Mr. Ealery, with
i selected program, giving the biggest
traductions of the hand. After that
the band will play matinee and even
ing, every day. until the final two cou
rts are given the following Sunday.
i be band moving over to the Watch
row r for thai day.
J. ('. Eiinckle, who lives on Eighth
street near Ripley, has reported to the
police a ease of .-:! -ak thievery. Hinck-
e is a Rock Island arsenal workman.
;n;l Bays be had $7J in his trousers
pocket when he went to bed Sunday
night. He cast the garment over the
back of a chair and proceeded to
Iream of July 20, the date for the end
ing of the arsenal vacation with full
pay. and awoke with the sun Monday
morning. He missed Ms trousers and
began a search for them. lb found
them on the lower Boor, where the
pockets had been rifled of a pouch
containing the $72.
The Davenport Trades and Labor
assembly met in regular si salon at G.
. It. hall. The assembly is the cen
tral organization of the labor unions
of the city, and is a body made up of
the representatives selected from each
of the organised trades unions. It is a
powerful and imiortant body, and has
:r. at force as an arbiter in industrial
difficulties. At the meeting a vote was
taken by the assembly as to who
should be i eeonmiended to the Ameri
can Federation of libor for the posi
tlon of general organizer. F. Eichorn.
of the Botchers' union, was recom
mended. The election of officers for
the ensuing year resulted as follows:
President. O. P. Forbes; vice presi
dent. Hartmann; secretary, H. EL
Roettger: treasurer. James X. Cole
man; sergoant-at-arms, A. Gimar;
doorkeeper Frank Eichorn; trustees.
C. s. Osborn, H. Roehrs, H. Ruff.
Judge Bollinger has ordered the
trustees to make a report in the S. F.
Smith matter Sept. I. This order was
made after a conference with all the
attorneys involved. The unraveling
of the snarl Is a tedious one. It has
bono found thai some of the mortgages
are crediud to several or all of the
estates, and i; has now become a ques
tion as to who has the rieht title.
Much litigation is expected before the
angle is unsnarled.
James J. Kinnavey, the real estate
and insurance agent, met with quite a
painful accident Monday evening. At
the time Mr. Kinnavey was riding
down Farnam street upon his wheel.
When nearing Sixth the wheel got
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away from him and he was thrown
with great violence against the stone O
curb'.ng. Mr Kinnavey was rendered k
unconscious by the blow and remained
in this condition for fully minutes.
He was taken to h's home at 7G0 Case
street, where Dr. .T. It. Porter attended
to his injuries. These consisted of a
deep gash in the head which required
a number of .-.t itches to be taken in
dressing. In addition he sustained a
number of severe bruises, but fortu
nately escaped any more serious in
juries. Strasser's band has decided to enter
in the St. Louis world's fair band con
test and go after the big prizes. The
event wil be held Sept. 12 at the
world's fair auditorium. There Will be
bauds there from every large city in
the country and a special program is
to be rendered, alike for all the bands,
and the awards are to be divided by
expert judges among the three bands
scoring highest. The prizes aggregate
The excursion from Ottumwa will
not be able to come here next Satur-
lay. Mt ssr. Richardson and Jones.
of the Dain company, who were in
Davenport looking over the city with
a view to arranging for the entertain-
vat nt of th 1,008 people they pro
posed to bring here, received word
that the Rock Island would be unable
to furnish coaches for the excursion
IN THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia, .July '2. Mrs. Irwin re
lumed from Davenport Monday even
ing. ir. L. Barton, of Illinois City, visited
Thomas Cole las' week.
Mrs. Charles Huntley is ip.tite siek.
Miss Myrtle Bnrgoyne visited with
fljends at Bdgington several days of
Mrs. C. L. en!;s. who hits been
quite sick the past week is much bet
Miss t'lara Davis has returned home
after a week s visit with Mrs. EUsle ;
Miss Zeiia Wenks returned to her
home in Des Moines this week.
Thomas Cole and wife attended tle ;
funeral of a relative at Illinois City
Tuesday of lat week.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. William Alger,
Thursday July 1 i. a daughter.
The dinner given by the Ladies' Aid
society at the home of Mrs. B. R. Van
derveer, was well attended.
William Strohmeler and son Louis,
who have been home Tor a short time,
started Monday on another pearl buy
Delos Holmes and wife and A. E.
Simmons and mother, spent Sunday
with relatives and friends near Illinois
Mrs. Mills, who has been visiting
her brother, Thomas Cole, returned to
her home at Mason City Monday.
John Kane has purchased his farm
hack from Mr. Lancaster, giving his
property on Main street in part pay
ment. Mr. Kane's son-in-law. Jake
Glazier, has moved on the farm.
Tips -to Travelers.
2.60 to Springfield and return Any
Remember the Moline merchants
run an excursion to Springfield Ang. 4.
C, M. & St. P. Ry. company. To
.Milwaukee and return 6.45 July 2S
to Ang 1, on account biennial Saenger
fest of the Saengerbund of the North
west. Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so, take tbe South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10:::o p.m.. or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
If you are figuring on going to both
Colorado and St. Louis buy a round
trip ticket to Denver or Colorado
Springs going or returning via St.
Louis, at rate of $29.40 via the Rock
Island. Excellent train service. For
printed matter and full information
call or write to F. H. Plnmmer, C. P.
A., 129 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office. 329 Main street, Peoria, III. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M,
SC to St. I.nulft
and return via the C, B. & Q. every
Tuesday and Thursday during July.
Return limit seven days from date of
Stop anil Thlak.
If you want to go to Chicago you
! can take one of the C. M. & St. P.'s
! fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
! Ro k Island as follows:
At 4:1". a. m..
S:55 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago at
and at 11:54 p. m.,
Chicago at 7:55 a. m.
Iutn On notbrr niner.
The Burlington has put an addition
al diner into the service between Rock
Island and St. LooU to meet the d -mand
growing out of the increased
travel to the fair. Hereafter thore will
be a diner on the train leaving hre
for St. Louis in the morning and on
the one leaving St. Louis in the morn
ing for Rock Island..
The Japs may fight the Russians,
On land or on the sea;
But the girls of this here country,
Fight for Rocky Mountain Tea.
T. H. Thomas, pharmacist
A small blaze in the M.dine Elevator
company shops caller! the tire boys out
yesterday. The department made a
coupling, but did not start throwing
water, employes having extinguish. a
the iiames With a company ho-je before
damage had been done.
Mts. Mathilda Odeau of -iol Fifth
avenue, leaves shortly for U.t St.
Louis, where she will join her daugh
ter. Mrs. William Hoyt. and enter the!
fair with the Hoyt family and the
Deere riding cultivator which Mr. Hoyt
is pulling there from this city. Word
from the Hoyts to the effect that Mr. J
Hoyt has gained two pounds since
starting in the trip. Mrs. Hoyt has
gained seven, and the :-year-old son.
Leroy, is feeling fine.
At the regular meeting of the city
council Monday evening William Hut -r.
rwortb and W. A. MeBeth addressed
the council on the financial condition
of the hospital at the present time,
stating that owing to necessary im
provements and existing obligations to
meet it was absolutely necessary that
the council take proper action in order
to supply the hospital with money
needed and must have to enable the
board to carry on the good work of
the said institution as intended and
provided by the law.
Monday nisht the streets of the
tillage resounded to the blood-curdling
whoops of painted savages who march
ed through the -Uy on their way to
their tepee village on Campbell's isl
and, where they will spend the week.
Two hundred members of King Phillip
Mibe, in all the trappings : Indian
i raves, their fat es bedaubed :tnd their
hands grasping warclubs, marched in
' .single UK- through the business part of
the city, while several thousand lined
the way and enjoyed the fun. Scouts
; r ceded the column and luckless
: members of the tribe who were not in
ostume were captured, tied with ropes
and after being splashed with paint
vera marched captive on the way.
Thi i was the beginning of a week of
fun for the tribe anil the crowd which
lis camping on the island every night.
Word has been received by Dr. S.
A. Lindahl. editor of Augustana,
that the Rev. L. A. Johnston. D. 1).. Oj
St. rati!, has resigned his pastorate of
the Swedish Lutheran church of that
city. The announcement is taken to
indicate that Hr. Johnston has serious
ly considered the invitation of the
.Swedish Lutheran church of this city
to become its pastor to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of the Rev.
Dr. C. A. Hemborg, but as yet no in
timation has been received by the Mo
line congregation of his acceptance of
The trustees Of the Mission Taber
nacle church have received the unwel
come news thai Rev. Albert .lohanson
of Duluth, Minn., had nol accepted the
call to this city to take charge of the
local Hock. Some time ago Rev. M. J.
Kggan resigned his pastorship here
and the congregation voted to call Rev.
Johanson, who is considered fine of
the besl preachers in thai denomina
tion, so the local church is naturally
disappointed. No reason is given. An
other meeting will soon be held to call
Word has just been received here
Of the wedding of Miss Selma (). John
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olof
Johnson of Cambridge, to Kdwin O.
Lagerhla'le of Moline. The ceremony
w;is performed at the bride's home
Saturday evening in the presence of a
few relatives and friends. Rev. P.
Martinson officiated. The bride is a
highly esteemed young lady of Cam
bridge and the groom is fortunate in
securing for her his helpmeet for life.
They will reside tn Moline and will be
at home to their friends Aug. 15 at
1212 Fourteenth avenue.
City Attorney Kohler and .ld.
Pearson extended an invitation to the
mayor, aldermen and other officers to
take dinner at Camp Skookum yester
day afternoon, which was accepted.
At 2 o'clock the members left on
('apt. Pearson's boat and steamed up
to Campbell's Island, where they en
joyed the greatest fish feast ever laid
before them at the above named camp.
At Monday evening's session the al
dermen passed the first ordinance pro
viding for the sewer system on the
bluff. This ordinance provided for a
sewer to be laid on Seventeenth ave
nue and is only the starting of several
that will be passed providing for a
thorough sewer system.
Edward M.. infant soft of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Samuelson, 1227 Seventh
avenue, died yesterday after a brief
illness of cholera infantum.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr. King's
New Life Pills. These pills change
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brainfag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build
ing up the health. Only 25 cents per
box. Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
The pill that will, will fill the bill.
Without a gripe.
To cleanse the liver, without a Quiver,
Take one at night.
De Witt's Little Early Risers are small,
easy to take, easy and gentle in ef
fect, yet they are so certain in results
that no one who uses them is dinap
pointed. For quick relief from bil
iousness, sick headache, torpid liver,
jaundice, dizziness and all troubles
arising from an inactive, sluggish liv
er. Early Risers are unequaled. Sold
by all druggists.
Monday, July 25
r.XHtB'.TIOrj GROUNDS, DAVENPORT ESTATE.
NUE AND NINTH STREET.
JlnfWosuiS LA 1f.L:1.0:iNDCST.BST AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION.
jjAKERICAS ONLY RPia.SNTATrVXS;ig
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L SB llmll flO ' LL TM B EST
r 1 1 N 5 resruw 5 .
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Ti- w jVisTimi . NtW YORK CITY.
CONDUCTED ON SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES
The Only Circus Exhibiting in New York.
Coming undivided, lust as it gladdened the Ktton'fl metropollii i'maiu
PiK numtterUr9s nMurvwlopa atten tions wlilolt unl) this Institution i-.oi proseniti
GIX SUBLIME. SUP.PASSINC. SUPERB. SENSATIONAL 5URPRSE
REPKOntlTlOX or nil' HORfiBOVS DBL.H1 Dl'RRAR.
Just as the Orand Ceremonial Pageant was Prodm . ! In India, with Living
Representativeapf the Orient, Elephant a Camels, Sacred Beasts,
Cars, Floats, Men , Wosaen and Children
ANCILLOTTI, THE MODERN ARIEL.
n the Death -Defying Deed, Looping the Gap
SOLO AND CHICO. THE MARVELOUS UNICYCLISTS.
Bbteenttng s Arrylng - t while Des'-nlintj a i,aill. r on ttne Wheal,
Volo, J5he Wizard Volitsvnt
In a Willi. Hash Kilo Down an inclined Chute and Aerial Plight.
A Full Herd of Gii-sffes. 3 Herds of Elephants. 2 Droves of Camels
BABY ELEPHANT M MOTHER.
Smallest Horse iii the World, Jumping Horses, Leapt na Pontes, Gymnas
tic l-Viits. Acrobatic Acts, 300 Expert Performers. Huge Collection -! lav -
K Human Curiosities, Exhibition of Model I. S warships. It pea !
fidgets. Russian Daaceca and Performances by the 1 roalgfes.
Grandest and Most Costly Show Ever Projected
Ti Exhibitions Daily nt - aad 8 p. at. inr Open mi Hour Earlier.
GENERAL ADMISSION, (INCLUDING SEAT WITH FOOT-REST), 50c.
CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS OF AGE, 25c.
Reserved folding seats, 25c extra. Grand Stand Chairs, 50c extra. Box
Settts. $1.00 and $1.60 extra. All tickets are double-numbered tickets one
half Is taken on entering, tbe other half is returned to purchaser, insuring
them the seats their respective tickets call for. Private boxes and chairs
for saU' at Bengston's Drug Store, and on the grounds at hours of opening.
All seats sold at regular prices. Beware of parties charging more.
Superb New Free Street Parevde.
With hundreds of sensational features, 40-horse team, etc., at 10 o'clock a. m.
Hunting, fishing, camping out.
Low rate excursions all summer.
A limited train no excess fare
to Pneblo, Colorado Springs
Luxurious observation Pull
mans, library smoking and chair
Ask for beautiful book,
"A Colorado Summer. '
H. D. MACK, Gen. Agt.
210 Eighteenth street.
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rrtici cr cr
trmtncn'ict 1 awkak rir.
SRsc kPmt Maims. PAnrwccN
as to persons are so much a
matter of good bathing equip
ment that 1 wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
Sanitary apparatus. Ill such
cases it is to your highest inter
est to consult us, see samples
here and get our estimates free
STENGEL. 15he Plumber
A Stvidy in
is contained in our slock of new de
signs and effects In colorings. Kur
rich and artistic touches of colors nnd
tints and beauty of patterns they are
unrivab-d. Decorations from them
ore furnishings in themselves, and we
will do it at price thai are a attract
ive as our wall papers. We also carry
a stock of paints, oils nnd r "in
PARIDON 8L SON.
410 SEVENTEENTH BTBEET.
Old 'phone union 213. new pbe e 521 J.
15he Way to
Th' man viitb a bank account
b able to take advantage of oj
portunlllea which are clear out
of reach of the thriftless man.
Start nn account at once, a
dollar will do. and add to it syt--teasntfeaTljr.
You'll be surprised
now it will grow.
OUB NEW PLAN MAKER TT
HSY. LET US TELL YOU