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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER i7, 1005.
Actual Sterility in Women Is Very Rare Health
. Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes.
M.-iny womi n ni for a chiM to bless '
tin ir l.i:ut', I. ut bi-cansp of some tie-I
b'.l'.'v or t: ,r!i.c nicnt of the female !
cr.i.is t ijc v ar-liarrf n. j
J 'i-; i;i r;it : ri jc healthy matormtv is i
a.-.-.:.i. !i-.fu-. J by Lvdia E. TinkliaWs
t ' :niound mure successfullv
tin: 1 y any other medicine, tM-caue it
ir.t torn- a:il strvngth to the entire
f.T.TiIi- ortr:iiii-,m, c.iriii nil displace-nii'iit-,
ulceration anl inflammation.
A vofu:i'i v. ho i- in o-ood physical
'in!!rioii t r;iiisrtiit to hr children the i
blc-.N'.n;'. f n j.'.-1 constitution. Js '
i.ot tliat uri incentive to prepare for a
lira 1 t ii 7 maternity V j
Jf er'xi tiiut mothers rvoubl fortify!
the i;-.-vcn with l.vili.i 12. I'ink ham's!
Yc.'i-taMe Compound, which for thirty:
J-e:i'--. h:is s : stUiiicd thotlanads of
women in this condition, there would
l.c :i grciit tlci rrnse in mLsrarrkigcs, in
Mi.-riiijr, ami in tii.saptK.utineuts at
'J he folhm-inij letters to Mr.. I'ink-
huni iiciuo:isTr;ite the power of Lvdia!
r.. i itikuams e-elaU.c Compound ill;
Mrs. I,. ( iliover. Vice-President of j
Milwaukee Kii-iiuss Winnati's AssK'ia-
tion, of tilt iruvo Street, Milwaukee. :
AYi., '.vriti-H :
I)e:ir "Tiw. I'mkhim: !
'I us ni!irri.-1 for stuhI r.-. nd no .
children hies."! our lit:iM. Tu doctor said 1
1 i coititilicutu n of f Minnie trout, . Hint ;
I np iM nut li.ix e any f-hiMren imlesr. I could j
leciii.f Kor iniuths 1 tiHlc hix latieine?, j
try mir in viiiii f .r a cure, out tit l.i-t rnr liu- ;
Uunl beeu.ne iL.sen,t, a,i uett that I '
Hany horr.ra Kate Bscn Benefited by
r !N COMMEMORATION OF IT8 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY T
Nia Rock Island Mutual
sr. Ii'aa and
Invites 8ubcrip'iors to its 63d
)arrirtine tr It C!tH
appreciation of the public service
cr sixteen hundred citizens with
lon on the part of investors In an
demands f?r additional homei
I Our conservative plan Is to limit
T ar- rent marnin an.-i t
f- r - '
T EarnhiQs 7 per cent cr. monthly payments. 6 per cent on paid up i
i l0ck 4
THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN THE CITY. 4
$ C. H. GUYER, Secretary. 3
T Ot7.ce Mitchell &. Lynde Clock. 7
-I I r r- -:!- r-J-I- -i-T"!-
A Word to Home Builders
W c tJe this opportunity to announce that our equip
ment lor caring tor all plumbing contracts, consisting of
r V A 111 West
1 you t rid it? It i.-th le?-t tiling ou
t he market for tiie pipo. A rar blending
t the tUust American and foreign to- (!;
b:u.sos, in tins 25c ami 50c. (I;
jircade Cigar Store
rfwr HofaM (Mr! Joan P. Sexton. Pru p
THE 2D t& STORE OP THE TOWS,
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE ssorothsuPnon.roi-x.
try Lv.lia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Conv
toun-l; tin 1 did, and I improved steamlv in
health, ami in les than two years ten;itifiil
child came to hfois our home. ow we have
something to lire for, and all the credit u
due to Lydia 11 PiuLbaxu'a Vegetable t'otu
favind."' Mrs Ma? I. Wharry, Secretary of
the ?.orth Shore Oratorical Society.
The Norman, Milwaukee, U is., writes.
Dear Mr. Iinkhamr
' I wu marrieii for five years anil car
birth to to premature childrrMi. J.yilia K.
l'iaha:ni Vegetable Compound was rf m-tie-n
ixi to me. and I am wi clad 1 took it. for
it c-luinged uu from a weak, nervous woman
to a strong, happv and healthy one within
sHun months. ViUiin two years a loveiv
Idtle cirl was torn. which is"th pride and
1 iy of onr household. Kvery day 1 il'
I,vdi.-t K. i'inkham's Vegetable Compound for
the light, health.and happiuuos it brought to
If any woman thinks she is sterile,
or hasdoubts about her ability to carry
a child to a mature birth let her write
to Mrs. l'inkhaiu. Lynn. Mass.. who.e
advice is free to all expectant or
would-be mother. She lias helped
thousands of women through this anx
Women suffering- with irrcniar or
painful menstruation, b-ucorrhn-a, lis
pUieement. ulceration or inilammation
of tiie norah, that bearing down feel
ing'or ovarian trouble, backache, bloat
ing or nervous prostration, should re
member that Lydia K. I'inkhaut's Vege
table t'otnpound holds the record for
the trrcatest nunil'r of actual cures
of woman's ilia, and accept no substi
tute. Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Hedlcir.s.
Savinffg Association $
ri ftf .tnrU a a a t..tlmnnlal t9 el.
heretofore rendered In providing ov- 4
homes and as a pledge of coopera-
effort to meet the present pressing
loans to small amounts, with St
nn.r. .!.t.. ;w.l
IM - I .I-M4f. .
new work or over
hauling, is uncquakd and we invite you
to cai! and discuss the subject with us.
The materul we use is the best the
market affords. We cs'.l attention par
ticular'y to the fact that we handle
"i'tanAnxT Porcelain Enameled
'are, -hii-h is so widely advertised
in all leading magazines. Wc will
gladly quote you prices.
Member of the Board
Dr. Almah J. Frtsby. the single rep
rseutative of her sex on the Wiscon
sin state board of control, has had a
useful and varied career as prepara
tion for her present resKnsible duties.
Wisconsin is ber native state, and from
its university she was jcraduated. ur
medical degree is from the Hj.stou Uni
versity School of Medicine. She is fa
miliar with institutional ministration,
having teen for a lime resident physi
cian In charge of a I'hihnlelphia hospi
tal. From Inki to 1S!.". she was pre
ceptor aEd professor of hyp,!cne and
V- ? i
alma it j. nasity, ii. i.
sanitary science in the Wisconsin uni
versity. She gave up her professorship,
however, to resume medical practice
in Milwaukee. In that city she took
active interest in philanthropic work
among the Mior, doing what she could
to relieve their distress and make their
homes more cheerful and sanitary.
She has always been actively inter
ests! as well in the sanitation of pul
Ir. Frisliy's valuable work in con
nection with charities and correctional
establishments attracted to her the no
tice of the governor of her state. She
became one of his aids and was fre
quently appointed a special agent to
investigate the moral ami sanitary con
ditions in the prisons, hospitals and re
formatories under state control. The
next step was plain apointing this
wise and public spirited woman doctor
a member of the Wisconsin board of
control. She is also one of the lioard
of trustees of the state university.
Nine states of the Union have women
members on their various boards. Of
the four mcmlK-rs of t'onuecticut's
state board of charities two are wom
en. It is considered that women are
better adapted than men to look after
the housekeeping ami sanitation of
A Woman Diet Kitchen Director.
At one of the most famous hospitals
iu the United States Itellevue, New
York city Miss Harriette Jorton is
proving that woman Is in her right
place as suieiintendent of a special
diet kitchen for invalids. Miss fJorton
has six assistants, all trained In scien
tific methods of preparing food.
A course of systematic study and
practice Is necessary before an Inva
lid's cook is ready for business. Iioth
the chemistry of food materials and
the lest methods of cooking them must
be familiar. For one given disease one
kind of special diet is required, for
another another, and the hospital cook
must know what Is demanded in each.
Then, too, different food from that giv
en to grown people Is needed for in
fants and young children.
Miss (iorton received her special
training at a domestic science school
in Philadelphia. The Held of domestic
science is a wide and very inviting one
for young women who are looking for
The First Home.
This is furnishing time, and I want
to give a piece of advice t those wom
en who are titling up their tirst homes.
Ion't try to till the tntire house. If
you have only a little money, it is bet
ter to leave one or two roams bare than
to stock them with cheap furniture.
IJtiy less and buy each piece of the
very lnst quality you can afford. I
don't mean furniture covered with in
layed and gingerbread work, but of
go.d build and tirst class wod. A
well made table or chair never goes
out of style and you will never want to
get rid f it.
Another thing. If your home U not
to be a permanent one. choose jour
lieJoiigings with an eye to their adapta
bility. Select small pieces, which may
be combined in a dozen different ways,
aud light effects both la woodwork ami
coloring that will liarroonize with dif
ferent wall paiiers.
If a young housekeeper thinks of
these things when purchasing she will
save herself much future worry and
waste of money.
MA ltd A WILMS CAMPBELL
A California woman. Mrs. Maria
Mello. was married at fifteen, and Is
the mother of twenty-rive children.
She says If she has her way she will
not let her daughters marry until they
wX$g&g35E ! ill h
Derle by Which They Mar Be Hl.d
Public interest in the submarine tor- .
pedo iKMit. iwtrtk-nlarly in its safety '
appliances, has lieen newly aroused by '
President Koosevelt's recent descent iu j
the Plunger off Oyster P.ay. The pre- :
ldent's trip on the Plunger brought
down upon him vehement remon-!
stranees for thus endangering the life i
of the bead of the nation. In view. !
however, of the safety device adopted
by the navy department since the ills
aster to the French submarine Fafar
det at Algiers the president's voyage
under water seems not so perilous
The new device consists of faur
shackles, two on each side of the lat.
through which hawsers can be ruu so
that the boat can be lifted to the sur
face with a derrick aud the couuin?
tower easily oietied.
The Plunger is equipped with th's
device, and the floating craue Hercules
has several tiiiat-s lifted the craft to
the surface without trouble.
A Made Trunk.
A trunk which would hold clothing
sufficient for a long trip or a two day
outing without presenting sui-pl room
In the baggage has been recently Ue
signed anil pntented In the United
States which is constructed on the sec
tional principle. The trunk Is made of
LIKE A SECTIONAL BUUKCASE.
many parts, but in practice one is
placed over the other. Heretofore
trunks to accomplish this purpose have
been made to telescoiK. This on con
sists of u series of traps, the entire
nuuilier forming a single uuit.t The
parts are locked together at the corners
by means of metal parts fitted to each
other, and in addition to this each sec
tion is secured to its neighbor by means
of a padlock operated by a key held by
uvrl Safely- Device I or Trolleys.
As a precaution against accidents to
passengers entering and alighting from
crowded street cars tbe Chicago City
railway has equipped one of its Went
worth avenue cars with a novel safety
device in the form of a mirror fixed at
an angle of IU degrees to the front
platform of the car above the hand
rail ai the right side ami at the height
of the motorman's eyes. In case of a
crowded car, which prevents the ino
torman from seeing persons in the act
of alighting or boarding at the rear
platform, the mirror enables him to ob
tain a clear view of this operation and
serves to prevent too hasty starting.
A Aonaiakable Boat.
A demonstration of the buoyant qual
ities of a nonsinkahle lifeboat was giv
en at the Kandall line wharf. In New
York city, with two colored men in the
life saving compartments when the
boat was launched from the wharf. It
went flow u under the surface of the
water, out of sight, but quickly came
up on the keel. The men crawled out
perfectly dry and unharmed. Next the
boat was turned with Its keel up In
the air, but when the ropes that held
It were released it rolled back to Its
proper position and would not lie in
Ir. Itlsmuller, the Norwegian In
ventor and practical chemist, has
branched out Into a new undertaking
in Newfoundland, the manufacture of
leather from the casing of a whale's
stomach. leather of a fine quality
will be prodm-ed. such as may be used
in boot uppers, gloves, covering for ta
bles, Inlaid work, etc.
Coal Inn Battleahlpa at Sea.
The recent coaling tests at sea be
tween the collier Marcellus and the
battleship Illinois proved emliiently
Bitccessful, and a record of thirty -five
tons an hour steaming at a seven knot
speed In a moderate sea with the ves
sels 400 feet apart was made.
Tbe I.araeal Klower.
Sumatra grows the largest flower lu
the world. It measures a yard aud
three inches across, and Its cup will
hold six quarts of water. Itattlesia
urnoldii Is its name. Philadelphia Bul
letin. FLESH BUILDER
The liver of the cod fish
produces oil that is a won
derful flesh builder. No fat
or oil can compare with it
in that respect. To get the
best out of it, it must be
emulsified and made like
cream. In Scott's Emul
sion it is prepared in the
best possible form to pro
duce the best possible re
sults. Thirty years have
We'll puA rM a aunpW fra.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Fcaxi Sum. Ntw York.
jgwfr W fV M oWWi M mtyJQ
f Kossuth and f
than a half
Ixmis Kosuth was
one of the most
prominent figures tn
the public eye as
the foremost cham
pion of the lilerties
of Hungarians. Now
Hungary again is
writhing in the
throes of a movement for greater lile
erty or possible independence, and
again a Kossuth is hailed as leader.
He is Francis Kossuth, son of the pa
triot who pleaded the cause of his
countrymen so eloquently , some fifty
years ago. Tlen as wuv it was the
Kmpcror Francis Joseph with whom
the advocates of Hungary's rights had
to reckon. The elder Kossuth was gt.iv
eruor of Hungary during the brief pe
riod of its independence in 1M!. but
u the failure of the movement lie led
was for many years in exile. In 1S"1
occurred his famous visit to the United
About three years ago Francis Kos
suth visited the United States to unveil
a monument to his father and was the
recipient of many attentions which re
called to old inhabitants the similar
honors bestowed upon his sire in days
Louis Kossuth died in 1S04 in Italy.
He had lived In that country during the
later years of his life, although by the
amnesty of l.HtiT he might have return
ed to his native laud. Francis Kos
suth wis a civil engineer in Italy
when the call came to him soon after
his father's death to go to Hungary,
take n seat in tie Hungarian parlia
ment and lead the party which the
elder Kossuth had once led. He re
sponded to the all. gave up his Ital
ian citizenship and 'on arrival in
Bucharest was the recipient of many
honors. In outlining the policy upon
which he had determined he said he
would hold fast to his father's princi
ples, but would seek another way to
ward their realization. lie declared in
favor of working for the economic In-
EMFEROIl FRANCIS JOSEPH.
dependence of Hungary through peace
able means, expressed his admiration
for the Emperor Francis Joseph and
avowed his lKlicf that the foundation
for the latter's authority over Hun
gary would le more secure were tbe
independence of that kingdom from
Austria iu all matters of administra
The relations existing between Aus
tria and Hungary are. peculiar. The
two countries constitute a joint mon
archy, and Francis Joseph I., who Is
now seventy-five years of age, is em
peror of Austria and apostolic king of
Iluug iry. He became emperor of Aus
tria in 1S4.S and was crowned king of
Hungary in 1S;7. The two states unit
ed under this rulershlp have their sep
arate constitutions and parliaments,
ami each has for most branches of
state affairs Its own ministry and ad
ministration, but they are closely
bound together by the Identity of the
ruler and by a permanent constitution
al union which, upon the common prin
ciple of Kssesslou aud defense, was
first proclaimed by the pragmatic sanc
tion of 17Uo and has since been regulat
ed by the so called "compromise" of
In accordance with tbe constitutional
union, foreign affairs and the greater
part of war affairs and finances relat
ing to them are dealt with by common
ministries. The control of these min
istries and the voting of the common
budget are exercised by delegations
chosen from the parliaments of the
two countries. The proportion of ex
penses to le borne by each state is
fixed by agreements, which are renew
able at the expiration of certain pe
riod. For some time there has been discon
tent iu Hungary because of a belief
that the rights of that state under the
agreements forming the basis of union
between It and Austria were being In
fringed upon. Tbe Hungarian parties
which have formed a -oalition under
the leadership of Kossuth demand re
form of the electoral law aud future
universal suffrage, separation of Aus
trian and Hungarian customs and in
troduction of the Hungarian language
and flag iu the army, as contemplated
in the 'compromise" of 187. It is re
jKrted that the emperor Las agreed t
reforms in tbe electoral laws In the di
rection of universal suffrage. Whether
he will make concessions in other re
spects sufficient to stay the Impending
storm remains to ba seen.
The Truth About Stoves
By the Largest Makers of Slows and Ranges in the World
MANY people have baen deceived in believ
ing that stoves were cheap because of a
low price, when experience proves
them the most expensive.
A small price may be paid for a stove which
looks attractive in the catalogue, which has
been described as 'Krfect." but it is liable to
prove a very expensive purchase: for ten
chances to one. trouble will arise from this
stove in a month's time it may not heat or
cook properly, or it may consmme fuel like a
locomotive. Then the material In the stove
itself may wear so poorly that at the end of a
year or so it will have to be replaced.
You never get something for nothing In this
world, and wlwa you pay a small price for a
stove, that price must cover the cost of material
and labor, and include a reasonable profit, con
sequently interior cast-iron and Steel, and the
cheapest unl most inexperienced labor, must
ifo into this seemingly low-priced stovi
Eiptrt Steve Adt ict Frt:
We have opened an
in charge of an expert
stoveman. simply to tell
the people, absoiuttir tree
uf cost, ull about stoves.
And this expert will hon
estly advise you jnst
which stove or range
will best suit your needs.
We also want those who
have lost money on the
stove, to let us tell them
how they can save money
by buying a Garland,
even if the first cost is a
little more than that of the
cheap and unsatisfactory stove.
We want them to letns tell them about the
advantages of "Garland" Stove and Ranges,
which always prove a good investment. v
4 We make a "Garlaad" to ettry stave ntr,,
and have books accurately describing tbe differ
ent kinds. We could not afford to open this
"Advice Department" or send out the valuable
literature we do. free of charge, if "Garland"
Stoves and Range were not distinctly superior
to other makes; if the magnitude of our opera
tions did not make it possible for us to sell them
at reasonable prices, and if our reputation and
methods of doing business did nut insure
If you are considering the purchase Jftg
of a stove or range, cut out this coupon.
check (this way y) the kind of stove you are
interested In, mail it to us today, and you will
promptly receive our Expert Advice as to just
which stove is best suited to your needs, and
why. and our literature, free of charge.
Detroit The Michigan
Largest Makers of Stoves
FOR MORE THAN
- 'Jav -nanaaaaaaa V .
i a, 11 1 1 aiaaai a'
No Scrap Iron
Used to reduce the cost of castings which enter into the
construction of Jewel Stoves. They are made from the highest
grade of pure gray iron tested, analyzed, and capable of resist
ing a breaking strain of 2,000 pounds to the square inch.
Outlast all others, give greatest satisfaction, and insure great
est fuel economy. Jewel castings do not warp, crack or
burn out, but remain in perfect condition after years of use.
Every Jewel Stove no matter how low the price bears the outward
evidences of Jewel quality in the cleau cut, easily poliaheU castings
and auperb finish.
O vr UiSoOiOOo Jwl Stoves Mad and Sold
On every Jewel Stove will be found a Jewel trade mark and the
name Detroit Stove Works the Largest Stove Plant in the
Gel m Jawal and You Got the Bast
For Sale by
Miles of Wall Paper
to go at low prices not because there is anything wrong
with it. The patterns are good, the colors harmonious;
but we must clean our shelves for the new season's stock.
Our prices for hanging are as low as the lowest and good
workmanship will permit.
PARIDON WALL PAPER CO.,
PRACTICAL WALL PAPER HANGERS.
H. JE. CA8TEELL,
L. D. MDDGB,
Central Trust t Savings Bank j
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock 9106,00. Four Per Cent Interest Paid oa DeeltaV
C. J. Larkln, II. H. Cleaveland, H. D. Mack,
J. J. LaVelie, Mary E. Robinsoa, John Schafer,
U. E. Casteel. E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heagy.
1. D. Mudge. Ii. W. Trem&nja H. B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are m.:aged by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate f-om the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of tnd trustees under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receive, and assignee of Insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the etate Law.
Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real EataU Security.
J. M. Buford, President.
H. P. Hall, Viae President.
P. OreenawaJt. Cashier.
Began the business July I, 1113.
and occupies 8. K. corner of Mitch
ell Lynda's fcuildins.
Receiving our Expert Advice and literature
will not put you under any obligation to buy.
We simply desire the opportunity to give yon the
evidence of the tremendous superiority of "Gar.
land" Stovaa and Ranees, and leave tbe buying
decision entirely with you.
In order that "Garland" Stoves and Rante
shall last, we make them of the very best
materials and employ the most expert workmen
in the world.
"Garland Stoves and Ran, are durable
and handsome In appearance. They are highly
nickeled and each "Garland" will last a lifetime.
"Garland" Stovea and Ranees will not "burn
out." but will heat and cook perfectly, and will
tune fuel. saze repairs, save awry, sat utoney.
We have local dealers who handle our stoves
exclusively, in nearly every village, town and
city in tne t nited Mates. Y ou can examine
Garland" before yon buy. instead of
after. Vou can satisty your
self that "Garland" are
exactly as represented.
There will be no freight
to pay on "Garland."
and the dealer will sat
them up without charge.
If no denier in your
town sells "Garland."
or you decide to buy a
stove not in your local
dealer's stock, you can
enjoy the above advan
tages. We will make a
special arrangement so
that the stove you want
will be delivered to you
and properly set up ready
for use in your own home.
The Written Guarantee of The
Michigan Stove Company accompanies
every stove, and protects you by the absolute
guarantee that every "Garland" is as repre
sented The World's Best.
Sand niB free of rhanto jour
Stoo lluok on Him1 Burn.tr.
lint Itttflio. Caxt tiAaictNV.
Ste-I KaliKta. Cook i n SK t.
Heatinit Stove. Oak Stovna.
Alno your Kipvrt 8ue Advice
f ree of t liura.
Kind of Stove Wanted
Kind of Fnol Tued
Mr Stove ltaalsr'a Name ia
My Nam ia
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Adilrom Adi Dvpnrtnu-nt.
Th Mii'hiican Stov Company. ltroit. M ih.
I .artful Maker of SUvm and luinnutf in l h v orld
Stove Company 00
and Rnnies in tbe World
PLANT IN THE WGftiil
MADE aad SOLD.
H. B. SIMMON,
4 Per Cent Interest Paid ori
R. R. Cable,
William 1L Dart.
IL P. Hull,
J. M. BulerC
L W. Hurst.
Jackson J Harst.