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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 25. 1904.
Through the Skin
TO THE BLOOD.
Some of the most stubborn diseases enter iulo the
system through the pores of the skin. The juices of
foison uk ana ivy ana otner noxious wild plants, when
taken into the circulation, break out afresh each season,
and linger on for years unless antidoted and driven out
of the svstem.
Dye Poisoning from wear
ing colored under clothing
and hosiery is of frequent oc
currence. Workers in Lead, Brass,
and other metals are often
poisoned by the chemicals erSL seasons.
and acids used in polishing.
and the dust and filings settling upon the skin. The diseases that enter the
system by absorption or through the pores are as deep-seated and dangerous
as any, and cannot be reached by washes, salves, soaps or other external
, - .i I 1 1 . ' r - 1 i r
unrivaled blood purifier. With all
sores and eruptions disappear from
medical advice or any information about your case ; this will cost 3-ou noth-
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
a tonic. The alcohol only 3 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
k your .doctor what he thinks about drinking
I Schlitz beer. Ak 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.
1010-1618 Third Airnar, Hot k. Inland.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1617', 2 SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerves done by us, and
the best and most careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
Writh natural gums that fit in all eases
and when others fail. We use no eheap
material in our oflice for our work is
ell guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists, and to be lirt class
in every respeet. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling $ .25
Gold Platinum Filling 50
Silver Filling 50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns 22k. $4 and $5 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.001
OFFICE 1C07, SECOND AVENUE.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
DR. S. C. MARSHALL
Big Bargains in
Second Hand Pianos
uiust be sold at once. One upright
piaio in good condition
standard make, at
One large sue square
One Stelnway Square
Also new pianos at factory prices
from $75 to
lea than an be sold by dealers.
First Class Piano Tuning $2
J. M. ZIMMERMAN.
Faciory representative. New pSone 5118
Rock Island. - III.
POISON OAK FOE EIGHT YEAH3.
When eiaht years old I was poisoned, by hand
ling poison oak, and it would break out on me
every spring- for eighteen years. Some one re
commended S. S. 8., which cared me completely.
ana j. nave seen no signs or tne eruptions for Be v-
MES. A. N. BENNETT.
tif cry. a.
remedies, i iic uiuuu iuum iic panoca wfiore getting
permanently rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon
the blood, ridding it of the original poison and re
storing it to a healthy, normal condition.
S. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable, and an
impurities removed from the blood, the
the skin. Write us should vou desire
The malt is a food; the hops
Pbone 101 t and 530.
Carse & OhlweUer Co.,
flMM Kieventh St.
i: iuad. 1U.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, DL
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co...N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co New York
American Ins. Co. ...Philadelphia, Pa.
Security Ins. Co. ..New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. . Rockford, DL
Office, room 2, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD-
The old fire 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 j
patronize the American Steam
laundry. "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 fault less as when you first j
bought it. in color and finish, we
wll guarantee to do it to your sat- j
isfaction every time. Careful hand
ling and artistic work are among
our up-to-date methods.
AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
Twelfth Street and Fifth, irranr.
Dr. O. D. Iran. of the Davenport
Dental parlors, has !;ea called to Wil
ton by the death of his sister. Miss
Mamie Doran, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Mrs. P. Doran ol Wilton. Iowa, which
occurred at her home in that city Fri
Mrs. Belle Bradshaw, a colored wo
man residing at lu2 Grand avenue,
passed away at her home at 8 o'clock
Friday night. She was 38 years of age
and had lived in the city five weeks.
She came to this city from Palmyra,
an 1 her birthplace was Missouri.
John Bosch, one of the oldest set
tlers in Davenport, and a member of
the famous Guttenberg colony expedi
tion of 1851, passe1 away at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. K. J. Mittil
havener, 143C Clay street, Saturday
afternoon at l o'clock. Mr. Bascli was
a native of Meek lenburg-Schwerin. and
was born there Sept. IMS. fa 1861
he joined a party of 13" Germans, wno
had Bet out with the project of found
ins a new town in Iowa and calling it
Guttenberg. The colony disbanded in
iil' of two years, and its population
shifted to other towns throughout the
state. Mr. Bosch resided continually
in Davenport since 1851, the year he
arrived here. In the distant past he
purchased what is now Known as
Bosch'a island. Three children were
bom to Mr. and Mrs. Bosch. They art
-till living, and arc Mrs. E. J. Mittel
bnscber, wife of the principal of school
No. 6; Theodore Bosch, formerly en
gaged in tix- drug business in Daven
port, and now a prominent real estate
num. and William Bosch, residing at
Muscatine. For the nasi 17 years Mr.
Bosch made his borne at the home of
Ids daughter, where he passed away
Saturday after a lingering illness. He
was paralyzed four years ago. and has
spent the last six months in bed.
H. J. tii oman has tiled a suit in the
district court against his wife, Edith
Meuman, asking that he be freed from
the bonds of matrimony. Neuman
claims cruel and Inhuman treatment
orce. Another suit for divorce was
begun Saturday by Anna S. Rndisill
against Amus H. RudisilL Adultery
la given as the grounds for the di
R. H. Ha rued, of the Boston store,
left Saturday night to meet Mrs. Har
ned and daughter on the Atlantic
coast where they will spend a part of
he heated season.
Petersen's band has been engaged
by the Carnival company to play at
the big event in the Mile track
grounds in the week during which the
carnival is here. There will be con
certs every afternoon and evening and
special musical numbers all over the
Ralph Cram of the Davenport Dem
ocrat, the city's official reporter, will
take a rest from his arduous duties
this week and float down the river
with Charles Long in a skiff to the
St. Louis fair and spend a few weeks.
H. J. Wulf has presented a claim
of against the city, for the Arm
of Wulff Franz, the livery firm at
127 Brady street. The claim was
made through Attorney Ira J. Tabor.
The claim sets forth that on June 25.
1904, at 7 o'clock in the evening, a
horse and buggy driven by Ed Barnes
fell into a hole that caved in under
the horse's feet at Brady ami Four
teenth streets. Two front teeth of
the horse Wi re knocked out and it be
came lame. The charges incurred
were 84.50 for surgeon. $3.50 for re
pairs, and $". for damages. The to
tal was $."S.
Walter Bloom, the Muscatine boy
who was lately arrested being charged
Steamers "Illinois." "Kansas"
and the new steel steamship
Four Weekly Sailings
to all northern Michigan resorts.
Daily to Pentwater. Ludington
Rock Island to Charlevoix,
Petoskey. Bay View and Har
bor Springs and return,
Mackinac Island and return,
MEAL'S AM BERTH INCLIDED.
Fcr folders and tickets, see
F. H. PLUMMER..
C P. A.. C- K. I. P. R. R.
Rock Island, III.
2 for A J
Front 2'i in. Back I ;4' in. I
Quarter sizes if you wish. I
GEO. 1'. IDE & CO., Makers. J
ith misuo of the United Suites mails
arrived in Davenport Saturday in
company with Officer McElravey, who
arrested him. and several of his rela
tives. Deputy SherifT George Hawley
and Postmaster W. D. Burke, of Mus
catine, and Marshal Harry Tufton of
Keokuk. At z o'clock he was given a
preliminary hearing before the United
States commission and as a result be
was bound over to the federal grand
jury with a bond of S50Q. As the par
ent were not able to pay the amount
the boy was committed to the Scott
county jail till his final hearing.
FERRIS WHEEIAT THE FAIR
Greater Attraction Than it Was at Chi
cago Eleven Years Age.
The great expositions held during
the last ir years have produced two
marvelous examples of engineering
and Constructive ability One of these,
the Kifft-l tower, was designed and
built by a Frenchman at Fans for the
exposition ot ln; the other, the Fer
ris wheel, was designed and built by
the late George W. G. Ferris for the
world's Columbian exposition at Chica
go in liJ.
Paris again held a great exposition
in 1900 but failed to produce any feat
ure to take the place of the Eiffel tow
er. In America. St. Louis. 1904, plan
ned and produced the greatest exposi
tion the world has ever seen. Scores
of attempts were made to invent some
thing more wonderful and more at
tractive than the Ferris wheel, but as
Paris failed to outdo her own Eiffel
tower, so did St. Louis fail to equal the
far famed Ferris wheel of the world's
fair Columbian exposition of 1893. Ar
rangements wi r accordingly made to
bring the Ferris wheel to the Louisi
ana Purchase exposition, and it was
given a location near the geographical
center of the grounds..
The problem of moving the Ferris
wheel from Chicago to St. Louis was
stupendous 4,200 tons of material,
including the To-ton axle, besides en
gines, boilers and derricks and frame
work, had to be transported. One hun
dred anil seventy-five freight cars wen
required to move this material.
Two revolutions are given each pas
senger, and the time required is from
L!'i to 30 minutes. The view during
this half hour ride is most interest
ing and instructive. Gradually, as the
majestic and mighty wheel rolls one
up higher and higher, a grand pano
rama unfolds itself to view. A $50,000,
000 exposition in all its grandeur Is
before you. The location of the Ferris
wheel in the cent r of the fair grounds
gives one an opportunity to thorough
ly familiarize himself with the day
of the grounds and get a better general
Idea of the fair than he could by
days of tramping. The cascades, the
plateau of state s, all the big buildings,
the pike, festival hall, the art build
bag, foreign buildings, Philippine res
ervation, the air ship enclosure. In f:ict
every point of interest in the grounds
can be seen from the big wheel. In ad
dition, one gets j view of St. Lou'is,
the Mississippi river, and the beauti
ful forests, hills and dales for 50 miles
around. At night the view of the il
lumination of the buildings and
grounds is simply magnificent. Eye has
not seen nor ear heard of a more strik
ing spectacle than the night view of
the great exposition from the top of
the Ferris wheel
Hundreds and thousands of incan
descent lights bring the buildings in
bold relief. The festival hall and the
plateau of states are flooded in turn
with white, red ami green lights, mak
ing a startling and very beautiful ef
fect. The best point to view this
grand illumination is from the Ferris
TO MANAGE DULUTH MILL
Irving D. Burgh Leaves Lamb Lumber
Company After Fve Years' Service.
irving D. Burgh, for the past five
years manager of the interests of the
Lamb Lumber company at Ia Crosse,
has tendered his resignation to this
company and has accepted the man
agemenl of the Duluth Lumber com
pany at Duluth. and will remove to
his new field of labor within the next
This news will come to Rock Island
friends as the recognition of Mr.
Burgh's business ability. The Burghs
formerly lived in Rock Island. They
have already chosen their homo in the
city of Duluth.
The Duluth Lumber company, of
which Mr. Burgh is to be manager, is
one of the largest institutions of the
northwest. It always carries three or
four million feet of lumber in its Du
luth yards, and it does a large business
in timbers from the state of Washing
ton. It is also a large shipper on the
lakes, and ban dire in Duluth the coal
business of the Lehigh Valley Coal
company, wnlcn has immense docks
at that point particularly for handling
Since their residence in La Crosse
Mr. Burgh has become a member of
the- board of trade, the progressive
association, and other organizations of
business men. The family have also
been promnienf in La Crosse society
and their home has been one of the
social centers of the citv.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
j long," writes Mrs. Charles Applegate, '
I of Alexandria, Ind.. "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
' bad that if I walked a block I would
I cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
j$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery wholly cured me and I gained
5S pounds." It's absolutely guaran
teed to cure coughs, colds, la grippe.
i bronchitis and all throat and lung
troubles. Price, 50c and $1. Trial
bottles free at Ham & Ullemeyer's j
A decision Las been reached by the
local committee having in charge the
arrangements for an outing by the
local North Star observatory to post
pone the event for this year. Tho
abandonment is the result of the nu
merous opportunities that are afford
ed the members in the various events
that have held forth incidental to tho
opening of Campbell's island this
year. The picnic will be held next
August, when the grand observatory
will be here for its biennial session.
Constable Herman Milde borrowed
a saddle from Mayor C. P. Skinner
some months ago. Later on. accord
ing to Milde. Emil Bogart. the west
end saloon keeper, borrowed the sad
dle from Mrs. Milde. The result is
she is out a saddle, the value of which
is 8. Milde sent a note to Bogart
relative to the borrowing of the sad
dle, so he claims, in which he asked
that it be returned, if Bogart desired
to escape a suit. Bogart, Mr. Milde
says, sent the uote back with the mes
senger with an offensive answer.
Milde, to secure the amount and make
good the borrowed property, then start
ed suit against Bogart for $S. The
case was before 'Squire Inglesen Sat
urday, and an adjournment was taken
till Thursday next that another wit
ness might be secured.
Charles Lamia and Harry Wright,
first and second lieutenants of Com
pany F. ith Illniois regiment, have re
turned home from Dixon, where they
took the examination now required of
militia officers. There is every reason
to believe the Moline boys passed
with flying colors and word from the
adjutant general s office is not await
ed with any degree of apprehension.
The welcome word has been receiv
ed that Dr. L. A. Johnston, of the
Swedish Lutheran church of St. Paul.
Minn., had accepted the call of the
Swedish Lutheran church of this city.
He aays that he will preach his first
sermon Sunday morning, Nov. IS,
wht a he will take full charge. Rev.
C, A. Hemborg left for Chicago, and
then will leave for Stromsberg, Neb.,
i where he will take charge of a church
The rt ination of Lieut. Allison O.
Marshall ,of the Moline Naval Re
serves, first division, second ship's
crew, has been accepted.
Dr. Chester Sloan has arrived home
from Phialdelphia, where he recently
was graduated with distinguished hon
ors after four years of study in the
University of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine. He has a week to spend at
home and then returns to enter upon
a year's work in one of the hospitals.
In a year he will return to Moline.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
Real Estate Transfers.
July 23. Flora Eckard to P. J. Lee
w 22 of e 25 feet lot 2. block 19,
Old or Original Town of Rock Island,
(Ji-orge V. Ross to E. D. Aldrich, lot
10, block 179, East Moline, $1,550.
In Circuit Court Chancery.
July 2:?. 42, Rose Eastman vs. Wil
liam Atkinson et Bl. Bill partition.
Cause- referred to master in chancery
to take proofs and report conclusions
of law and fact.
104, Louis Vetter vs. Charles Burk
hart. Bill to quiet title. Cause dis
missed at Complainant's costs.
lit. .lames Quinn vs. J. F. Diemer.
Foreclosure. Master's report of pay
ment of surplus to defendant filed and
approved. Cause stricken.
200, Court of Honor vs. Kate Quayle
et aL Bill. Report of clerk of this
court of distribution filed and approv
ed. Cause stricken.
Circuit Court Chancery.
July 2.:. Estate of Arthur Wi throw.
Claim of Dr. L. A. Ferry allowed in
class 7 at $15. Claim of Otto Rndert
allowed in class 7 at $7.o. Claim of
P. H. Wessel allowed in class S at $f.
Claim of P. S. Schnabele allowed in
class 7 at $129.25. Claim of John W.
Wi throw allowed In class 7 at $2.'!9.29.
Annual report of administrator Hied
Estate of Frederick Wendel. Execu
tor's annual report filed and approv
ed. Estate of John Ouynn. Appraise
ment bill filed and approved. Widow's
waiver of her widow's award herein
In re guardianship of minor heirs
of Mary Canahl. Petition for appoint
ment of John T. Shields as guardian
herein granted upon said John T.
Shields taking and filing a guardian's
oath herein and filing a bond herein
in the sum of $10,000 to be approved
by the court.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate wa3 after me con
tinuously," writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of
piles, causing 24 tumors. When all
failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me. Equally good for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25 cents at
Hartz &, Ullemeyer's drag store-
Piles Uoon Tod of Piles.
Piles upon top of piles of people
have the piles, and DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures them. There are
many different kinds of piles, but if
you get the genuine and original Witch
Hazel Salve made by E. C. DeWitt &
Co.. of Chicago, a cure is certain. H.
A. Tisdale. of Summerton, S. C. says,
"I had piles 20 years and De Witt's
Salve cured me after everything else
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M"H"i' 'i-M-M' -i-h-:-:-
WHEN 11 DOUBT
,. 25 years of successful evperienee in curinjr Chronic. Nervous nnd Pri- JL
vate Diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanently located in
, Davenport, w fa ere he has cured thousands of cases of Chronic Dis- i
4 eases pronounced incurable by others, proves conclusively that DR.
4 WALSH is the Best and Most Successful Specialist in the Tri-Cities.
Dr. Walsh Cxircs
Delusions. Catarrh, Dyspepsia Asthma, Rronehitis
Scrofula. Piles, nud Kidney Diseases.
suffering from Nervous Ehchaustion, Headache, Backache, Constipa
tion. Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or any other dinrawn pocu
liar to the sex, should consult Dr.
REMEMBER, IT PAYS TO CONSULT THE BEST FIRST.
Vibra-tion and Electricity
20 years experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of these methods
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Faradism, Calvinism, Cataphoresis, Slnusoida., Static and High Fre
is a frequent cause nf nervous and physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively cure you in from one to three
Only curable aaaea taken. If
cured by mail.
HOURS: to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7
Tin" only real 5 cent cigar to be had at t he
only Real Cigar Store.
YOU KNOW THE BOY S Bosco and Clint
5 Newspapers. Magazines and Periodicals
is entirely complete unless you
have seen our display of fruits,
vegetables, poultry, etc., ami
placed your order here . We
have everything on the market,
and it is fresh, too. lxok this
Soup Hunches, Parsley.
Leaf Lettuce. Wax HeanH.
Green Beans, Squaab,
lfnskmelons, Gooaebc rries,
Dressed Chickens, Spring
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Speedy convalescence, new
strength and appetite fol
low the use of
& V TRADE MARK.
The perfect malt-tonic and flesh
builder. It is a pre-digested food,
easily retained by the most deli
All Druggists sell it. Prepared only by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U.S.A.
St. Louis.' Greatest Sight is the Anheuser-Busch Brewery.
See it while attending the Fair.
'H-i-m i-i-m-I' -m-m- -H-i-i-
CONSULT THE BEST t
DR. J. E. WALSH.
When Others Fa.il.
s of Men. Failing Memory. Mental .?
Hood liiseasen, JL
Walsh and get the beuellt of hi $
you cannot call, write, nundreda
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. 4"
2,I!,ii "X "X" "X" X" "I!-!!
it's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that, makes
heat, it's quality that retains, it Is
qualify that makes possible con
sumption of !' per cent of the
combustible part of it. leaving a
li'Khf. clean ash; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bill -you're
not payinp for lirt. refuse
or unburn ables. The coal we har
die. both hard and soft, deserves
all the good things we and our
patrons say for It. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
C G. FRAZLP
John Volk S Co.,
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hardwood Flooring of all
Dealer in single and double strengtt
Window Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 and 329
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.