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tTHE ARGUS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1905.
REMEMBER Allcock's Plaster Lave been in ue over 5-5 years.
They are t!ie (.ri-ir.al ami Pennine porous plaster? and have never been
equalled ai a j,am-curer. Guaranteed nut to contain belladonna, opium
or any poison whatever.
suits, coats, skirts
and other apparel I r woncn
at the lowest obt2inllc pr.cct
for high-clasa mere ban Jie
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the advantages of
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ing in trouble and
expense, and com
pletely rlvr the
problem of ' !iow
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IMandel Brothers, Chicae""
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Cream Flour, every sack
j-'iaranN cd. per sack $1.45 g
Picnic 1 1 ; rt i . . ncr G
O i oi- G
I'lMiim 02 J
Sugar Cured Hams, per O
jvound 121 ic o
Breakfast Lean Bacon, per CJ
g pound 12'2c (5
O !osr t.arl, p. r Q
pound 10c f
5f Krt-sli Roll. d Oats, 1 lhs. Q
f.-r 5c H
Kic:-ti Sia "ta'Kcrs, 12 lb.4.
l.ion CofTfo, 2 pkjzs.
Santa laus Soap, 1') liars
Malta Vita, pr
8 CumkI Japan Tt a, p r
G pound 25c
ICarly Juno I as. cans
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l ill II d I It'll OH -V'OItI JO-
niatiHs. M'liil parkt'ii. "cans Q
O Illnc Ii IiIkmj Pancake Flour. O
r. pks. for 25c o
ltUand Herrins;. jht 5
he- 60c o
" H. can Kxz lMutn. per can O
for 10c o
g li!H- Tatilo Syrup, per
O palioii 30c c5
f -ounce Irish Mackerel. v
each 5c A
2-l!. can Tomatoes, per 2
can 5c Q
2 Hi. can Sweet Corn
for 6c O
J Japan Head Hire, per
lentil! 5c C,
Seeded Kaisms. pkjs 5c
Cal:foniia Currants, pk.tr.... 5c
v .IliloIMKl i l lu DC
Catsup, per bottle 5c Q
Fancy Colorado Potatoes, 8
per bushel 60c g
Sweet Potatoes, pei
O pick 25c O
Try our 2Cc bulk Coffee; best R
in town for the money.
We are headquarters for fruit R
Apples. Oranges and Bananas Q
at very low prices. ci
Send us your order; we will
save you money. Cj
Srtralh Ac and Twelfth St. O
Old phone W 443. New phene 5976 o
For pains in the
region of the Kid
neys or for a Weak
Back the plaster
should be applied
as shown in illus
tration. Insist Upon Having
GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONS
Special Rates Announced by Burling
The ('.. H. & Q. has announced spe
cial rates for several nood roads con
ventions to be field shortly in a number
.f Illinois cities. A rate of one fare
plus Ti'i cents has b-en granted except
from points within miles from th
'in vent ion cities, where a 1 l-o rate
The conventions and their dates ari
Meriflota, May I.
Stn ator. May
Peoria. May ;.
flalesburfr. May C.
M ar'!stow t). May
Its Influence Has Been Felt by so Many
Rock Island Readers.
The koo! hini: influence of relief
After sufl'erin from itching liles.
From eczein.i or any itchiness of the
Makes one fee; grateful to the retn-
Doan's Ointim nt has southed hun
dretls. Here's what one Flock Island citizen
Mrs. F. Schindler. of 2"21 Fifth ave
nue, says: "I had irritation of the
skin in a very aggravated form. I
saw Ioans Ointment advertised ani
so highly I'eeoiimit tided as a specific
for this com i iaint that I was induced
!o get a box at tin- Harper House drug
store. The very lirst application jjave
me immediate relief and the continued
use of this remedy for a short tinio re
inoved all traces of the disi reusing
For sale by all dialers. Price Tu
cents. Foster-M ilburn company, lluf
falo. X. Y., sole agents for the I'n'.ted
lletuember the name Doan's and
lake m other.
The Right Name is DeWitt.
!) Witt's Witch I Fazed Salve cools,
soot lies and heals cuts, burns, boils,
bruises, piles and all skin diseases. K
K. Zickefoose, Adolph. W. Va , s,:ys:
"My I:tt!i- daughter had white swelling
so bad I hat piece after piece of bone
winked tint of her leg. Do Win's Wren
Hazel Salve cured her." It is the most
wonderful healing salvo in the world.
Hewn re 'f counterfeits. Sold by all
From Flock Island ev
ery day until May 1.1,
ROCK ISLAND SYS
Tickets givd in
Tourist Pullmans, dou
ble berth, $6.75.
Through New Mexico,
iMnir.R Car Service and
Reclining; Chair Cars both
F. H. PLUMMER, C. P. A,
Hook lalaad. 111.
PENN HUP1 AN FISH
Student A. B. Roe Swam Two
Hundred and Thirty Feet
At the University of Pennsylvania it
is said that little Tommy lloe Las gill
instead of lungs.
Auyb'jdy who can May under water
a minute and twenty-one seconds, the
students argue, swimming meanwhile
UJ feet, has his work cut out to prove
Limself n human lxiug and not a fish.
His correct name is A. li. lloe. Toui
uiy merely represents the yeneral
opinion that a man only au iueli above
five feet doesn't deserve a full name
and should be content with a uickuume
ns diminutive as himself.
lloe is a pupil of Professor Kistler,
Pennsylvania's famous swimming in
structor, and made his record under
water recently at the regular weekly
The work of the students proved two
things-first, the value of the inairuifi
a. j:. (romivj hoe.
cent new pool and, second, that as a
developer of swimming talent the urii
versity lias in Ceorgc Kisiler a man
who ranks wlih Mik; Muri'liy s n dis
coverer and trainer of athletes.
To make his 'J'.'O foot swim Hoe his
name calls shad to mind had to g'i
twice the length of the pool and a third
of a length more after making the sec
Allowing for the time lost In turning,
it 1? probable that the 3'Oimsster would
Columbus, Ohio, Slay 19, 1903.
Some four years ago I was sufferinj;
from impure blood and a general run
down condition of the system. I had no
appetite, was losing flesh, and had an all
goue tired feeling that made me misera
ble. I began the use of S . S. S., and
after taking seven or eight bottles my skin
was cleared of all eruptions and took on a
ruddy, healthy rIow that assured me that
my blood had been restored to its nor
mal, healthy condition. Sly appetite was
restored, as I could eat anything put be
fore me, and as I regained mv appetite
I increased in weight, and that "tired feel
ing" which worried me so much disap
peared, and I was once again mv old self.
I heartily recommend S. S. . as the
fcct blood purifier and toni.? made, and
strongly advise its use to all thus-in need
of such medicine. Victor STfBPiNs.
Cor. Barthman and Washington Aves.
Wheeling, W. V., May 28, 1903.
M v system was run down and my joints
ached and pained me considerably. I had
used S. S. S. before and knew 'what it
wa, so 1 purchased a bottle of it and have
taken several bottles and the aches and
pains are gone, mv blood has been cleas
ed and my general health built up. I can
test-.fv to it as a blood purifier and tonic
1533 Market St. John C. Stein.
If you have any
symptoms of dis
write u s and our
advise yo u f re.
Our book on
blow! and skin
rlivav sent free
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Blcher In Quality than most
Caapare them with other Gaars d
voa find good reasoas for taeW- castiaf
Ike dealer wore than otkee braatfs
riUSK P UHIS. tOffU.IU.
CH5!KATC TIN FOIL SMCKR PACKAGE
i-(&-s4''-iV' iirrt. ""' .-.-1 ViM
have gone 250 feet on" a straightaway
If anybody thinks this is easy, let
him try it.
The man who can swim fifty feet un
der water is doing about sa well as
the average. Every foot he goes over
that distance attests his high lung ca
pacity. Lis courage and endurance. It
takes phick. lots of It, for it is only a
short time before the pleasurable thrill
of hitting the water gives way to al
most pain. The lungs burst to take In
a supply of air, the head rings, the
heart throbs, and a sensation of unen
durable weariness seems to paralyze
lloe Is a member of the class of 0o,
college. He Is a clever boxer and has
represented bis class In tournaments.
As a member of the gymuastle team
he shows to advautage In the tumbling
and flying ring events.
Anybody Mho beats him at swim
ming will have to go under the water
with a dlver'a breathing apparatus
concealed somewhere on his person.
Itoe recently told how it feels to
swim 230 feet without once breathing,
"Before starting on the swim I ex
hale and inhale sererul times, so as to
clear out my lungs and get them well
filled with fresh oxygen.
"After plunging into the water the
sensation is at first very much like an
ordinary dive; then conies u period
when only the strongest effort of will
power enables me to hold my breath.
"The ears feel as if something were
being driven Into them. Tills is a re
sult of the pressure of the volume of
water on the eardrum.
"Then the throat and chest muscles
become tired from retaining the air in
the lungs and from the external pres
sure of the water.
"A sort of wearied stage succeeds
this, when the swimmer seems to for
get the throbbing of the chest and 1he
exhaustion of the arms and logs and
mechanically keeps going ti little longer.
Finally nature will stand no more,
and every instinct demands a rush for
the surface. Fn a virtual explosion the
used tip air is expelled from the lungs,
and a new supply is drawn in.
"Hy this stage the swimmer Is not
far removed from the unconscious
state, and a little help In getting out
of the tank is by no means unwelcome."
April 23 His Highness the Bey.
April 24 and week Guy Hickman
Week of Repertoire.
The CSuy Hickman company opens a
week's engagement here next Monday
with "The Great Gold King," a story
of the golden west, full of heart inter
est. Mr. Hickman brings a company
of 2u people and a carload of special
scenery, making every performance
perfect in every detail. Another feat
ure with the Hjckman company are
the vaudeville acts.
Rich Production for "l Trovatore."
Among the notable revivals of fa
mous operas in this season's reper
tory of the Savage English grand op
era company to be heard at the IJurtis
opera house April 28 and 29, none has
attracted more favorable attention
than that of Verdi's melodic master
piece "II Trovatore." Mr. Savage has
given this nob!e work, with its famil
iar airs and thrilling choruses, a com
pletely new scenic investiture and cos
tumed it richly in the 15th century per
iod in which the scene of the opera
is laid. The second act in which oc
curs the famous "anvil chorus," one
of the most stirring numbers in the
opera, is a particularly effective set
ting. The beautiful moonlight scene
in the gardens of the Palace of Alla
tene, with the waterfall in the rear, is
another brilliant effect, giving the
characters a highly romantic environ
ment. The repertoire for the Daven
port season promises to be most in
teresting and is as follows: Friday
evening April 28 (overture at 8
o'clock) Wagner's "Ixhengrin ; " Sat
urday matinee at 2:15 Verdi's "II Trov
atore;" Saturday evening at 8:15 Biz
No 'Excess Fare Charged on Nickel
Its trains are composed of the best
equipment, consisting of through ves
tibuled sleeping-cars, in both direc
tions, between Chicago, Cleveland,
Buffalo, New York, Boston and inter
mediate points, with unexcelled dining
car service, meals being served in
Nickel Plate dining cars on the Amer
ican Club meal plan, ranging in price
from 20 cents to $1; mid-day lunch
eon, 50 cents.
Train No. 2, leaving Chicago at
10:35 a. m., daily has through vesti
buled sleepers for Boston, via Nickel
Plate, West Shore and Boston &
Maine roads, and through vestibuled
sleepers to New York and intermed
iate points, via Nickel Plate and both
the Lackawanna and West Shore
Train No. 4, leaving Chicago at 2:30
p. m. daily has through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Buffalo, New York
and intermediate points.
Train No. 6, leaving Chicago at 9:15
p. m.. daily has through vestibuled
sleeping cars for Ft. Wayne, Cleve
land, Erie, Buffalo, New York and In
termediate points, arriving at New
York early the second morning.
Rates always the kwe6L Write,
phone or call on nearest ticket agent,
or John Y. Calaban. general agent.
Nickel Plate road, 113 Adams street,
room 298, Chicago. Chicago depot, L
Salle and Van Buren streets.
GIVES ADVICE III
Shrewd Officer Shows From an Inci
dent How a Mistake is Possible
in the McKinney Case.
One of the keenest officers in this
part of the state in speaking of the
cruelty charge against Mrs. McKinney
of Aledo said: "You had better go
slow in handling this matter. It may
turn out that there has been a mis
take. I remember several years ago
when lrom all appearances as nice
and intelligent a girl as there is in
this town came to me and told me a
horrible story about the treatment
she was receiving at the hands of her
father. The girl seemed to be truth
ful and from the details she gave seem
ed to have a strong case. I made some
inquiry regarding her reputation a;
school, and ascertained that she was
regarded as exceptionally truthful
The case looked dark for the father
Somehow it occurred to me that the
story was a fabrication. To have giv
en it any publicity would have meani
the evei lasting disgrace of the father
if not a penitentiary sentence. I de
termined to mike some further inquir
ies an 1 put the girl off for a final de
cision. When she returned to me. 1
had picked up certain matters that
might have a bearing on the case. I
questioned her sharply regarding these
things with th result that she broke
clown completely and confessed that
the story she told about her father
was false from beginning to end. She
had acted out of revenge because her
father had refused to allow her to
keep company with a certain boy. 1
have often shuddered over thinking
of what the effect of that story might
have been on that man and his family
No matter what he might have said
many would not have believed it. So
in this Aledo case. I would ask people
not to make up their minds completely
on an exparti information. Young pen
pie of the age 'f this girl often invent
peculiar situations, as my long exper
ience as an officer has revealed."
IX THE SUBURBS.
Cable. April 21. Following is the
result of the village election Tuesday.
April IS: Republican ticket Presi
dent. John lawson. 72; trustees, J. Fos
ter fil, William Tomlinson 51. O. W.
l'iudquist 34 treasurer, Theo Peter
son 20; jjolice magistrate, W. H. Shray
er 54. People's ticket, trustees, Ben
Wild 47, Ludwig Sward 5C, George
Raisbeck 8; clerk, R. W. Clarke 78;
treasurer, George hawson, Jr., S9.
There was no issue. Kverything pass
ed off very quietly.
George Peterson returned to his
home at Des Moines, Iowa, after a
short visit with relatives here.
M. D. Tomlinson went to Rock Isl
O. T. Peterson of Omaha Neb.,
was called here Sunday on account of
the serious illness of his father,
Andrew Hagman was a tri-city visi
A brother of John Russell arrived
Monday from Oskaloosa, Iowa, and
has started to work at the mines.
Fred Haigh of Jacksonville, is vis
iting relatives. He came Wednesday
The Cable Dancing club will give a
Reuben dance at the opera bouse Fri
Sherrard, April 19. C. O. Johnson
moved his family to Colchester, 111.,
Tuesday. His wife intends to make
a visit to England soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bell, of Cable,
were in Sherrard on business Tues
day. Mrs. George Jones, of Sherrard. and
Mrs. William Edgar are moving to Col-
Mrs. Ritenor and Mrs. Abe Scott and
children left Wednesday morning for
England to live.
George Nichols and wife and daugh
ter Myra were in the tri-citles last
Sir. and Sirs. George I.ee returned
last Friday after four days' visit in
Sirs. John Haddick, Sr., of Cable, is
visiting with her son, Iewis. and fam
ily. George Law son, Jr., Carl Chilen,
and Charles Johnson, of Cable, attend
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Try it if you don't like
H UAltPEU HOUSE pharmacy.
ed the K. of P. lodge in Sherrard Mon
day evening, as there were several can
d. dates given the second degree.
Mrs. Frank Haddick and baby went
to Peoria Wednesday for a few days.
Mrs. Harry Hyde is dangerously ill
at:ain with dropsy.
Mrs. Barney Flaherty. Jr.. and Miss
Mary Flaherty went to Rock Island
Wednesday to spend Easter.
Mike Grady and wife, of Viola, vis-it-
d with old friends in Sherrard Wed
nesday. A. Samuelson went to Erie Wed
m sday to look after his farm. He re
turned by way of Orion.
Quite a number attended the Court
of Honor lodge in Rural. All reported
a gotnl time.
Mr. and Sirs. James Bell are the
proud parents of a baby boy which ar
Jonas Samuelson. brother of C. A.
Samuelson. died at his home near
Orion Wednesday evening.
Dr. Chamberlin and Fred Sudlow
were in the trl-cities Friday.
Robert Robertson visited last week
at Viola with relatives and friends.
The mines are starting to work af
ter a rest for repairs since March 31.
Mr. and Sirs. B. T. Barrett returned
home Friday after a week's visit with
relatives and friends in Colchester,
"I have used Chamberlaiu's Stomach
and Liver Tablets with most satisfac
tory results," says Mrs. F. L. Fhelps,
Houston, Texas. For indigestion, bil
iousness and constipation these tablets
are most excellent. Sold by all lead
In order to prove to you
P-i that Dr. A. W. Chase's
I 1 Ointment is a certain and
I jj absolute euro for any f'rm
of itching, bleeding or
protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran
tee n cure. You can use it and if not
cured get your money back. Mr. Cnxprr
Wii.'fon, liHrcr. Mirhi'jnn City, Intl., says:
"I work hard and lift u preatdeul. Thcbtrnin
bi. light on an attack of pi!s. They itched
n:id they protruded mid bled. Nothing l. Ipiil
th.-iu until I used Dr. A.V.. Chase's Ointment.
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MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
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any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained In the trl
cities over two years. You also know be has been located in Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Curea when ert
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Office McCul lough building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Buford. President.
1L P. Hull. Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Beg-an the business July 2. 1890,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch-
j ell A Lynde's building.
a Fresh Orange
it ws will return money.
THE POWER OF STEAM.
Mv srtr. Itut It Tokra ienlun
When James Watt saw the steam
causing the kettle lid to jump up and
down he said "There must Ik power in
that steam that it can lift such a
Millions prior to him had seen the
same phenomenon and regarded ii as
an unexplained mystery.
Recent scientific research has put its
finger on the "cause" of dandruff, fall
ing hair and consequent baldness, and
has unearthed a tiny germ which eats
the life from the nxits of human hair.
N'ewbro's Herplcide destroys this
germ and consequently restores tin
hair to its natural state.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the llei
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. II
Thomas, special agent.
F. W. Ohlweller.
J. F. Ohlweller.
Builders of All Kinds of
Granitoid Brick and Tile Sidewalks
Cement Work of All Kinds.
All work guaranteed.
Onic-t- 'phone 121M). HiMildrarr IXH
tilth avenue, Rork inland. 1IL Old
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on
R. R. Cable,
William JL Dart.
IL P. Hull.
J. M. Buford.
E. W. Hurst.
Solicitors Jackson Burst.
1 l 1 runt. ?4 Inik
V v rHORNTON J
-kT"1!. Geo. P. tot a Cojfg