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THE ftllGHS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1900.
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Is an absolutely pure, grontle anrl invigorating: stimulant ana ionic: minus ut
quickens the circulation? gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the
bnucs into action all the vital forces, makes digestion perfect, and enables you
meri it contains. It is invaluable for
a, prorcoter of good health and longevity,
liuffys Pure Mult Whiskey contains
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Place for G. H. McKinley. George
II.. McKinley. former postmaster, has
taken a position as superintendent of
the foundry of the Root & Van Der-
voort Knsineerin company at East
Moline and assumed charge this ruorn
ins?. He expects to rent the foundry
building which he is having erected
on Twenty-fifth street.
Invests at Salt Lake City. Charles
H. Deere has bought 72lixll5 feet at
Third South and Third West streets in
Salt Lake City. I'tah. for $17.T:i7.."0.
He is thinking of erecting an apart
ment building, with stores on the
Invites Convention Here. K. li.
Knox, Molino's veteran undertaker,
has gone to Decatur to attend the Illi
nois State Undertakers association's
annual convention. The firt session
will be held today and thty will con
tinue uuiil the loth. Mr. Knox goes
with the express purpose of trying to
land the next convention for Moline.
Would Build Safes Here. Providing
that advantages offered by Moline
prove superior to those offered by any
other city this community will have the
opportunity of adding another import
ant industry to its many plants already
located here. It is for the location of
a factory which will soon be built to
manufacture a new kind of safe which
was invented' by Dr. John McFarland
i y?V??;'V: I Cream Powder
ri yz&i A"""?. j iwo quarts
VXY'JtSlJ themost del;
the most delic
ious Ice Creara
ia 10 minutes.
You need no e;rs or flavoring.
Four kinds. Chocolate, Vanilla,
Kirawberry, and unfavored
2 PacVadc 25c ot Crorcn or by mail
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Ceoessee Pure rood Co Leroy, It. T.
ClHPCeS SHRUNK OOAtTEl SIZE! I
119 CENTS EACH; 2 FOR 99 CENTS
CLOCTT, PCABOOY CO.
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overworked men. delicate women and sickly
makes tne om youns - rernc-nized a a medicine This
no fusel oil. and is the only whiskey that has been recognizeu as a meaicino. xnia
h rn-rn imitated and substitutes .re bcine offered for sale by pKpi.lou. V
..nirf Chomiit" trademark on the label ana inis
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i bottle, Tor you car, get It direct. Doctors
of Centerville, Iowa. Roscoe 1.. Guern
sey of Centerville, Iowa, is the busi
ness manager and is now endeavoring
to interest various communities in the
invention. He will appear before the
Moline Business Men's association and
the Moline club to give the members
an idea of what his plans are and then
it is up to the public-spirited citizens
to secure ihe industry for Moline.
Odd Fellows Picnic July 10. It was
decided by the members of Swedish
Olive lodge. I. O. O. F., 10 hold their
annual picnic Tuesday, July H, at
Marriage Announced. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Anderberg have issued invita
tions to the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Alive Anderberg. to E. R.
Saniuelson. The nuptials will be cele
brated at the Anderberg home on Sixth
avenue tomorrow evening. Dr. Burrell
Factory Opens. Wheels in the plant
of the Voting Machine company turn
ed yesterday for the first time shortly
after 2 o'clock. The new plant in East
Moline is in tip top condition, all of
the machinery having been installed
and within a few days the manage
ment will have the employes busy at
manufacturing the voting machines.
Half a dozen experienced men who
were in the employ of the company in
the Hlooniington plant are here and
the remainder of the force will be lo
cal men. The company has sold
enough machines already to take the
capacity of the plant's output for this
year. The orders will be filled as soon
as possible. C. W. Berg is acting sup
erintendent and C. W. Gilmore will be
City Council Room, Rock Island, 111.,
June 12, 100G. The council met at 8
p. m. in adjourned session. Mayor lie
Caskrin presiding and all the alder
The clerk read a communication from
the directors of the public library cer
tifying that a special library tax for
the building fund is necessary.
Alderman Wilson moved that $10,000
be set aside in the appropriation or
dinance as requested by the directors
of the public library. Adopted.
The mayor presented a petition from
the residents of the vicinity asking
that Twelfth avenue from Twelfth to
Eleventh streets be opened.
Alderman Oberg moved that the com
munication be referred to the street
and alley committee and the board of
local improvements. Carried.
Alderman Robbins offered a resolu
tion that the T. J. Peter company be
notified not to put in the combination
curb and gutter on Sixth avenue be
tween Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets until the drain is built. Adop
ted. Alderman Smith offered a resolution
instructing the superintendent of
streets to bring to grade the sidewalks
on the west side of Fourteenth street
between Tenth and Eleventh avenues.
The clerk presented his annual esti
mate of receipts and expenditures.
Alderman Robbins moved that the
council go into the committee of the
whole to consider the oppropriation or
When the committee arose Alderman
Eckhart reported an ordinance appro
priating $80,571.09 for various pur
poses. Alderman Eckhart moved the immedi
nr.' Austin Cronin of
Syracuse, N. Y.f who cele
brated his 100th birthday
last August, works daily
on the streets as an em
ployee of the city and is
a familiar figure in one of
the busiest districts.
fir. Cronin, who has not
missed a day's work in nine
years, attributes his splen
did physical condition and
longevity solely to Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey, which
he has used since 1888.
This vigorous and industrious old gentle
man in a recent interview said I have used
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey since 1888, a
period of over 1 7 years, and to it I attribute
my splendid physical condition. It invigor
ates and strengthens my entire system and I
feel that I virtually become younger each
day. My woik is such as demands strength
and activity, qualities which I believe I have
acquired by my regular use of Duffy's. A
glass of Duffy's Malt Whiskey always cures
me of any apparent illness, and is the only
medicine I have any need for."
,..-.- ia2iifa tnnrs iir th heart.
" ";, Virhn to the l.lood. It
muscles .an. I richness to tne - ,
to Bet from the food nu oittht nourisn
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adv.ee ana meu.ca.
ate consideration of the ordinance. Car
ried. Alderman Eckhart moved the adop
tion of the ordinance. Adopted by un
Alderman Eckhart offered a resolu
tion distributing the anticipated reve
nues other than the receipts from the
tax levy and providing that the side
walk funds of the several wards be
expended under the direction of the
aldermen of the respective wards.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Eckhart moved that the
council's representatives in the indus
trial commission take the necessary
steps to appropriate $230 from the
fund in its hands toward the entertain
ment of the Farmers' National con
Alderman Smith moved that the mat
ter of revising the salaries of city em
ployes be referred to the ordinance and
finance committees to report at the
next meeting. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
Robbins. H. C. SCHAFFER,
Following the Flag.
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philippines, health was the most
important consideration. Willis T. Mor
gan, retired commissary sergeant, U.
S. A., of rural route 1, Concord, X. II.,
says: "I was two years in Cuba and
two jears in the Philippines, and being
subject to colds, I took Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, which kept
me in perfect health. And now, in New
Hampshire, we find it the best medicine
in the world for coughs, colds, bron
chial troubles and all lung diseases."
Guaranteed at Hartz & Ullemcyer's,
druggists. Price, 50 cents and $1; trial
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action on the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
at once the cause and the disease im
mediately disappears. The tirst dose
greatly benefits. 75c and $1. Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501, Second avenue,
Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel & Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport.
Eddy & Sexton,
Rock Island. 111.
. All the news all lthe time TH1
ARGUS. - i j
Security Company Annual. The di
rectors of the American Security com
pany of Davenport, Iowa, held an an
nual meeting at the company's office
on the third floor of the Lane building
and elected the following officers:
President, A. E. Carroll; vice presi
dent, H. Li. Pope; secretary and treas
urer, Harry J. McFarland. This cre
ates two changes in the staff of officers
of the company. Mr. Carroll continues
as president, but John J. Hinrichs with
draws as vice president and is succeed
ed by Mr. Pope, who will also act as
superintendent of agents. Mr. McFar
land succeeds E. J. Carroll as secre
tary and treasurer.
Receive Degrees. Louis E. RoddC:
wig of Davenport passed the state
board of law examiners at Iowa univer
sity and received his degree at com
mencement this morning. W. D. Mid
dleton of Davenport, captain of Com
pany B. State University of Iowa bat
talion, received a diploma from the mil
itary department of the university. He
will graduate from the College of Lib
Mrs. Van Sant's Will Filed. The
will of Lydia A. Van Sant, late of Le
Claire, was filed for probate in the
Scott county district court yesterday
by her son. X. G. Van Sant. Accord
ing to the terms of the instrument all
her property will be divided among
her children, share and share alike.
The will itself is dated March 2S, 1897.
It provides that one-third of Mrs. Van
Sant's estate should go to her hus
band. John V. Van Sant, while the re
maining two-thirds should go to the
children. However, the will provides
that, if the testatrix's husband were to
precede her in death, which has been
the case, his share shall also go to the
children. The testatrix's three sons,
E. A., S. R., and N. G. Van Sant, are
made executors without bond. A codi
cil, drawn up Dec. 13, 1903, provides
that, because of the death of Mrs. Van
Sant's son, E. A., the other two are to
have full power as executors.
McConville-Dwyer. At the Sacred
Heart cathedral yesterday morning,
Rev. John M. Walsh united in marriage
Miss Margaret Alice Dwyer, daughter
of Mrs. Alice Dwyer of 1003 Farnam
street, and Arthur Charles McConville
of Philadelphia, Pa. The bridal cou
ple was unattended, the ceremony be
ing performed in the presence of a few
relatives and friends. A wedding
breakfast was served at the home of
the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. McConville
left on the noon train for Colorado
Springs, where they will spend several
weeks of their honeymoon. The cou
ple will make their future home in
Philadelphia, where the groom is ticket
agent at the Broad street station of
the Pennsylvania road.
Successor to Mr. Best. L. P. Best
has tendered his resignation as a direc
tor in the Citizens' National bank, and
Charles N. Voss has been chosen to
succeed Mr. Best in the directory. Mr.
Best left Sunday night for a prolonged
stay in Europe.
Obituary Record. Samuel McDow
ell, aged 00 years years, died Monday
afternoon after a long illness of par
alysis. He had been confined at Mer
cv hosnital. The survivors are his
wife of this city and several children.
At midnight Monday, at the home of
her father. Claus Stolley, S21 Brown
street, occurred the deatn of Mrs. Hen
rietta Strieker. She had been suffer
ing for i ome t ine with heart trouble.
She was III years of age. and leaves to
mourn their loss, besides the father
two sons. George and William, together
with five brothers. Merman, Louis, Otto
George, and Hugo.
ABOUT THE COUHr HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E.
E. Parnienter presiding.
hi re conservatorship of William
Wilnurton. Conservator's bond filed
and approved and letters of conserva
torship issued to said T. J. Medill.
In Kguardianship of N. W. Johoson
et al minors. Petition of Selni;i G.
Johnson for letters of guardianship
filed. Hearing on same and same
granted upon filing the usual oath and
filing good and sullipient bond in the
sum of $2.ooo to be approved by the
Estate of L. J. Erickson. Annual
report of executrix filed and approved.
In reguardianship of Minor heir of
G. J. Erickson. Guardians annual re
port filed and approved.
Estate of D. Y. Seymour. Final re
port of executrix filed. It appears that
taid estate has been fully administered
that no further notice is necessary.
Said final report approved. Said exe
cutrix discharged and estate closed.
Estate of John L. Palmquist. Re
linquishment by Clara A. Palmquist,
widow, of right to administer and nom
ination of C. J. Pederson for adminis
trator filed. Petition by said C. A.
Palmquist for letters of administration
to be issued to said C. I. Pederson fll-!
ed. Petition granted, oath taken and
filed. Bond of said P. I. Pederson in
the sum of $800 filed and approved and
letters of administration issued to him.
Inventory filed and approved. A. Bratt,
C. P. Bohman, and C. H. Gadehn ap
In reguardianship of Hattie With
row. Petition for appointment of guar
dian filed on June 1, 1906. is- dismissed
bv .1. H. Hanhere. attornev for neM-
tioner. , I
In re guardianship of W. E. Moore.
Hanging clothes in the sunshine has a renovating, sweetening, whitening tendency, but their
color and condition after washing depend upon the 6oap used. Yellow soap, heavily charged with
destroying chemicals and ruinous alkali, leaves them more or less discolored and unsightly. But
when Maple City Self-Washing Soap is used, the clothes are sure to be as pure and clean and
white as falling snow. It has the effect of bleaching white goods in a most wonderful way.
requires no rubbing. A3 the name implies, it actually does all the work itself in the boiling process .
Maple City Soap is a white bar, made from the purest materials obtainable, and though it is
ff- tg tcfiliVWASnuiiU
Guardian's annual report filed and ap
proved. It appears there is nothing in
the hands of guardian at this time.
Said report approved. Guardian's re
signation filed and to be accepted only
upon the appointment and qualification
of new guardian as successor to said
Irene Canker, formerly Irene M. Shel
by, and said Irene Conker turning over
to new guardian all property of ward,
this order not to affect in any way the
bond of said Irene Gonker as guardian,
nor to release her nor her bondsmen
cn said bond. Request of W. E. Moore,
a minor over 14 years of age, for ap
pointment of Elbert M. Greer as his
In re guardianship of W. E. Moore.
Petition of said Elbert McGreer for
letters of guardianship filed. Petit ion
granted uion said Elbert McGreer tak
ing the usual oath and filing bond in
the sum of $100. Oath of said Elbert
McGreer filed. Bond of said Elbert
McGreer filed and approved and letters
of guardianship issued to him.
Estate of Mary J. Englin. Inventory
filed and approved. Appraisement bill
and children's award filed, and approv
ed. Guardian's relinquishment and se
lection filed and approved and order
turning over property selected to
guardian. Petition for sale of personal
No other remedy lias given such perfect satisfaction
blood purifier and tonic or is so reliable in the cure of blood
eases of every character as
King of Blood Purifiers," and
its right to this title is because "IT CURES DISEASE."
It is an honest medicine, made entirely of purifying, healing
roots, herbs and barks, which are acknowledged to be specifics for
diseases arising from an impure or poisoned condition of the blood
and possessing tonic properties that act gently and admirably in the up-building of a run
down, weakened or disordered condition of the S3'stem.
One of the greatest points in favor of S. S. S. is that it is the only blood remedy on the
market which does not contain a mineral ingredient of some kind to derange or damage the
system. It is the one medicine that can be taken with absolute safety by the 3'oungest child
or the oldest member of the family, and persons who have allowed their systems to get in
such condition that most medicines are repulsive to the stomach will find that S. S. S.,
while thorough, is gentle and pleasant in its action, and has none of the nauseating effects
of the different mineral mixtures and concoctions offered as blood purifiers.
As every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and strength, it is
necessary that this vital fluid be kept free from germs and poisons. So long as it remains
uncontaniinatcd we are iortihed
case, and health is assured ; but
humor or poison acts injuriously on the sys
tem and affects the general health. Pus
tular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the
different skin affections show that the blood
is in a feverish and diseased condition as a
result of too much acid or the presence of
some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the
blood, and Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Contap-ious Blood Poison etc.. are all deep-seated
blood disorders that continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains.
But all blood diseases are not acquired; some persons are born with an hereditary taint
in the blood and we see this great affliction manifested in many ways. The skin has a
wax, pallid appearance, the eyes are often weak, glands of the neck enlarged, and as the
taint has been in the blood since birth the entire health is usually affected.
In all blood troubles S. S. S. has proved itself a perfect remedy and has well earned the
title of "KING OF BLOOD PURIFIERS." It goes down into the circulation and removes
all poisons, humors, waste or foreign matter, and makes this stream of life pure and health-
Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all other blood troubles are cured perma
nently by S. S. S., and so thorough is the cleansing of the blood that no trace of the dis
ease is left to break out in future jrears or to be transmitted to offspring. If 3011 are in
need of -a blood purifier, get "THE KING" of them all, S. S. S. and good results are
assured. Book on the blood and any medical advice desired furnished without charge to
all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
remarkably enective in removing an curt anywhere, it is aDsoiuteiy
harmless to the most delicate fabrics. Colored goods never fade
ii. ..ma T . MAn V. f .r.A4 ..r4W li.i1 .itntn. mm .wall ft m
Willi Ho uac. al may ic uotj nau
ft costs but ; cents a bar and a bar
common soap. At all grocers.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS, Monmouth, III.
property at private sale filed. Hearing
thereon. Said petition granted.
In re conservatorship of Eliza Forse
lins. insane. Annual report filed and
In re conservatorship of C. F. Dick
niann. insane. Annual reiort filed and
Real Estate Transfers.
Mueller Lumber company to Ellen
Rank, south half lot 4, block Co, Ixwer
add.. Rock Island, $1,400.
L. Mosenl'elder to Mary Caulfield,
lot 11, block 1, Long View Heights add.
Rock Island, $3,000.
T. J. Baker to A. D.Baker, original
town of Cordova, lots 1 to 7. block 17,
w2. e2. nw4. 19. 19, 2e.
A. B. C. Adams to W. F. Adams, cast
half lot 10. Belcher and Llgsworth add.,
Port Byron. $200.
J. G. Haire to Hannah Moore, sw, fel
4. Out lot 25. 19, le, $1,050.
R. C. Heeren et al to A. E. Heeren
part lot 2. nc4, G, 18.2e, $2,413.40.
William Clark to Sarah L. Smith,
part lots 1 and 2, block 4, original town
Port Byron. $450.
D. T. Pinneo to William O. Hunt,
part outlot 5. 1. 19. le, $200.
C. L. Coryn to Robert Hunt, se fel
4. 7. 20, 2e, $1.9k.
S. S. S. It is known as
the secret of its success
Gentlemen: S. S. 8. is used as a family tnedicin la our
home. I myself have taken and always found It what It Is
claimed to be. It thoroughly cleanses the system of Im
purities, increases the appetite, improves the digestion.
and builds up the
children with fine results. It promptly restores the appe
tite and clears the skin of all eruptions. It Is a very fin
oiooa tonio ana nas my nearty endorsement.
124 S. 9th St.. Lebanon. Pa. P. H. THOMPSON.
sustaining. Nothing reaches inherited blood
troubles like S. S. S.; it removes every particle
of the taint, purifies and strengthens the weak,
deteriorated blood, and supplies it with the
healthful properties it needs and establishes the
foundation for good health. As a tonic this
great medicine has no equal, and it will be found
especially bracing to weak, anaemic persons.
Rheumatism. Catarrh. Sores and Ulcers. Skin
uaiu vraici aa vvc dviu
does as much work as two of
William D. Stephens to J. J. Sporrcy,
part lot 10, Stevens" First add.. Mo
Nels Nelson to M. Simonscn. lot ii,
block 7. Stewart's sub. div., out lut 3,
South Moline, $900.
Matt Siinonsen to Nels Nelson, part
no, ne, S. 17, lw, $900.
Matt Sinionsen to C. M. Rastnusseii,
lot 8, Simonsen's Second add., Moline,
M. L. E. Beam to M. W. Battles. Jr.,
part lots 3. 4, 5. Sweeney & Jackson's
add., Moline, $000.
United Brewing company to G. Som
merson, lots C and 7, block 1, Coal Val
S. L. Stafford to Frank Kanski, part
lot X. block B, Second add., Coal Val
M. E. Sweeney to Katu Dewar. part
lot 2. block 19, Iwer add.. Roc k Is
If you knew the value of Chamber
lain's Salve you would never wish to
be without it. Here are some of the
diseases for which it is especially val
able: sore nipples, chapped hands,
burns, frost bites, chilblains, chronic
sore eyes, itching piles, tetter salt
rheum, and eczema. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by all leading druggists.
general health. I have given It to my