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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY -17. 1907.
SELLS HIS HOUSEBOAT
TO THE GOVERNMENT
Commodore Charles McHugh Disposes
of the Rambier to Major
Carpenters and con
tractors a ure e that
are the best white pine
screens made. Sold
only by the
Commodore Charles ILoHukIi Yester
day completed ilie sale of his house
boat Humbler to Major C. 3. R:c!ie, of
the engineer corj.'s, in charge of tipper
MissiHSipi rtver imprivetm-nt. .l;j;:
Kiche has been anxious to sicute 111
Humbler for some lime- to u.e on t-
Hennepin canal for e.flieers' quarte.--.
The boat which is lilted out wi'.h
every convenience, is admirably adapt
ed to tlu- purposes designed. This is
the second boat Commodore Melius!
has sif'd the government. Iks laum-ii.
Mary Mc. having also been seemed by
the engineer corps a f. v years aj?f.
Commodore Mcihih still owns lw
Icli.nnicr :i!so lhe Marv Mc.
the Mouse," which Henry B. Harris J
will offer here with a special cast, is
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el lltjt mui. Jlfrfrs an tlrttrn VJ l uira-
tergoers. Although the chief interest
in its story deals with the upper class
of Americans, Charles Klein has hand
led the subject in such an unusually
clever manner the social and financial
episodes in the lives of the moneyed
element is made vitally interesting to
the common people. The play is very
simple in construction, but it is in
tensely human, thoroughly American,
and has appealed to the popular taste
as the very best example of the long
looked for ".great American drama."
Mr. Ilanis' company is very rapidly
Hearing this city, and the engagement
lu ie already gives assurance of record
breaking attendance. "The Lion and
the Mouse" is here tomorrow.
HIGH GRADE CLOTHES EXHIBIT
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
AT THE THEATER
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
May 16 "The Convict's Daughter."
May 18 "The Lion and the Mouse."
Real Estate Transfers.
Charles H. Hope to Myra Walker tot
10. block 177, Village of East Moline.
Charles H. Pope to Myra Walker lot
3, block 17d, East Moline, $1,300.
LeHoy Essex to C. L. CI iris tract
southwest '.i. Sec. 17, 3 west, $1'3.
Port P.vron Lime association to J. W.
Two carloads, all sizes,
on hand. Phone, Old,
West 511, New, 5447,
and party will call,
measure and fit free
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THE DISCOVEHY, L "'niE
LION A N 13 THE M()l'SE,"AT
C. & 0. Co.'s
Everybody says, is as good as
the imported. We say, we have
beat the imported, and we want
you to make us prove it.
Also try our Lemon, Sarsapar
ilia. Cream, and Srawherry Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Ironbrew,
Hirch Beer, Orange Cider, and
Black Hawk Mineral Water.
Orders delivered to all parts
of the city.
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone
May 19 "The Fatal Wedding"
May 31-June 1 "Humpty-Dumpty,"
j matinee 'Saturday. '
Sunday's Bill. "The Fatal Wedding"
will be the attraction at the Illinois
Is Intensely Human. ' The Lion and
j OlBCCTION ClIAnBiRLlN.KlNUTAConCAHV
jj Saturday, May 18.
lntin-e noil Mitlit.
! H'nry l. I;ivris J'r
j Sui-fi'ss in
5c, 10c, 13c and "0c dozen.
All Kinds of Fruit.
FRANK C AMPANA,
1807 Second Avenue.
LION AND THE
A nicricn n I'biy of Absorbing Inter
est, by Charb-s Kb-in.
SpmiiiiI Vrnr in pw Vork.
Six IIoiiIIim In lloxdm.
I 'our MonlliM in liicnis".
Matincp and nis'it. r0e, 7"iO.
box, $2. nn. I'lion.- west 221,
VlOLCTIOlO Cl1AMfBUN.Kll01 COPIPANV.
Sunday, May 19.
tntlne' nml Nlicht.
Spfdibn ami I'aisc Present Sullivan,
Harris it Wood's Creati st of '
The Fatal Wedding
A PI, AY EM.HY WOMAN SI-Ol'Ml
! PHTCKS Nisbt. lOe. 20c, 30c; matinee,
pic. 20c. I'lmne west 224.
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V 1411 My
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fin; u..o a ii
COMPLETENESS A FEATURE OF OUR;
t j sou til west out
See. 3, 10 1 east
Matinee & Night
t I Henry B. Harris Presents the Dramatic Success of the Century,
I llllinois Theater iZltlXZ
I The Lion h-e Mouse
K 3 An American Play of Intense Interest, by Charles Klein, Author of
"The Music Master" and "Daughters of Men."
Prices Matinee and night, 5Cc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50: boxes, $2.00.
1 Phnn west 224.
. Siiiionson part
lot J3, part lot
one acre in west 1-i northeast V, Sec.
CK, 10. 1 east $00.
J. . bunonson to John Schnfo:
Fouthwest: Sec. 3, 19, 1 east, lot
John Sella fer to Village of Port By-
rjn southwest Sec. 23, Pt 1 east, lot
Ma F. Works to J. Ward lot 13, bloeU
4, Sehnell's First, addition. Rock Li-
Frede rick X. From to J. L. Oaklenf
tract, lot 12. hlock 2. Child's Secon 1
addition. Moline, ll.Oioi.
Delila Kunkle to .1. L. Oakloaf south
feet lot 1, block 3, Sinnett's ailditioi
Pock Island. $7'ii
John L. Johnson to J. L. Oakloaf h!
2. block 2, Midway, South Moline. $1
Hush K. Curtis to Sisters of Visita
tion, part northeast Sec. 2, 17, 2 west.
Virsil Warren to Mary L. Tarker
sfiuthwest 'i part riutloi OS, Sec. ''
is, 2 west; part lots 1 and 2, block 77
Lower addition. Rock Island, $H50.
Robert Ralston to Mary I. Ralston
south 10 feet lot 0, north :!2 feet lot 7.
block "t. Lower addition. Rock Island
K. II. Stafford to John Ward lot P:
west V-i northeast, adjoining lot n
block 3. Sec. "1. IS. 1 east; lots 17. 1.
and 1!, Silvis, $SSS.Sft.
Nellie Swandor to Carl Fahlstrom.
part lot 3. block 7, Child's addition,
August Schaiterman to Julius Do
Wispelaere, lot. 11, block fi. Fair
mount addition, Moline, $LTn.
Louis Mosenfelder to F. E. Millir
lots 2?, and 21. block 1, Longview
Heights, Rock Island, $SP,3.
A. R. McRurnoy to Frederick N
From lot 12. block 2. Child's Second
addition. Moline, $000.
Heinrich Miller to C.ustav Miller lots
1 and 2, block "D", Golden's Second addition-.
Alice A. Schafer to P. O. Reddig lot
2?.. Huber & Peetz' addition, Rock Is
Robert Ralston to Mary I. Ralston,
south 10 feet, lot fi, north 22 feet, lot
7. block .in, Chicago or Iower addition,
Rock Island. $1.00;
Virgil Warren to Mary L. Parker,
part outlot OS, southwest quarter 33, 18,
w. aim pari mis l and z, oiock a.
Lower addition, Rock Island, $S50.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, R'ch
mond, Va., says: "I had a 'fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism;' was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. This cured me after doctors'
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used it." Sold by
Otto Orotjan, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second street, Davenport.
rTHE particular man finds this store a source of satisfac
X tion as well as a basis of economy. Whether the
investment is large or small, he is assured of full
value for every penny that goes over the counter and an
assortment to select from that is conceded to be the greatest
in the Tri-Cities, in point of size, quality and completeness.
As examples of the vigorous values which prevail in this
store, we cite several lines of men's and youths1 suits
which are unquestionably the best values in town not
ably our offerings at $5.00, $18.00 and $22.00.
At those popular prices you may expect to find suits that rightly belong in
higher priced lines. Exquisite browns, entirely new grey shades, effective tan
mixtures, blue serges, in plain and fancy weavings. All perfectly tailored in
the conservative and extreme models. Outing Suits, too, in tropical worsteds,
"English flannels, etc. Investigate these offerings at
$15.00, $18.00 and $22.00
uv vour Haberdashery
whoyo assortments are larg
est, where patterns are ex
elusive, where values hold
forth. Our shirtings em
body these principles. Mad
ras, IVnangs, Oxfords, in
checks, bars, stripes, figures.
Exclusive novelties h 1
at $2.00, $1.50 and M 1
The new Underwear, here
first, of course. Made of pure
nainsook, knee lengths, no
sleeves, coat style; off and
on like jacket. Nothing like
them for hot weather,
just unpacked a new lot
of Fancy Hosiery from one
of the exclusive eastern
houses. They're beauties
just the thing for low shoes
and warm weather. French
and (lei-man 1 isles in novelty
effects. Stock up for the
summer. Per O T
50c and JLJk
Children's Wash Suits, Peter Pan Blouse Waists, Boys' and
Girls' Caps- in Children's Parlor
My Best Friend.
Alexander Benton, who lives on Ru
ral Route 1, Fort Edward, X. Y., says:
Dr. King's New Discovery is by best
earthly friend. It cured me of asthma
six years ago. It has also performed
a wonderful cure of incipient consump
tion for my son's wife. The first bottle
ended the terrible cough, and this ac
complished, the other symptoms left
one by one, until she was pcrforctly
well. Dr. King's New Discovery's pow
er over coughs and colds is simply mar
velous." No other remedy has ever
equaled it. Fully guaranteed by W. T.
Hartz, druggist, 301 Twentieth street.
50 cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
til the news all the time The Argua.
THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P. M.
8 P. M.
9M5 P. M.
SPECIAL Entire change of program
twice a week Mondays and Thurs
Any Seat . .
John Koch Brand
Chronic Ulcers are the result of a deeply polluted and foul blood supply.
The blood is filled with impurities and germs which are being constantly
fed into the place through the circulation, until all the surrounding flesh
becomes diseased and the sore an obstinate and permanent trouble.
Every symptom of an old ulcer suggests pollution ; the discharge, the red,
angry looking flesh, the inflammation and discoloration of surrounding parts,
all show that the ulcer is prevented from healing by the constant drainage
through it of impurities from the blood. This impure condition of the blood
may be hereditary, or it may be the remains of some constitutional disease,
or the effects of along spell of sickness, leaving disease germs in the system,
or the absorption of the refuse of the body which has not been properly
expelled through the natural channels. But whatever the cause, the blood is
so weakened and polluted that it does not properly nourish and stimulate
the place, and the sore cannot heal. Salves, plasters, lotions, etc., keep the
sore or ulcer clean, relieve pain, and perhaps reduce inflammation, but can
never permanently heal them because they do not reach the blood. S. S. S.
goes down to the very fountain-head of the trouble, drives out all poisons
and germs, builds up the weak, sluggish blood, gives energy and strength
to the system, and by sending a fresh, healthy stream of blood to the diseased
part3, allows the nicer to heal naturally and permanently. Nothing reaches
inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the circulation of every trace ol
hereditary disease or impurity, and those who have nursed and treated an old
sore for years will experience good results as soon as the system becomes
influenced by S. S. S. Book on Sores and Ulcers and medical advice free to
all who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA,
Ride a R.acycle
And be haLppy
Are the best the mar
ket affords in Value
for the Money.
For Sale at tho old reliable store
Market Square. ROCK ISLAND.
HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Keal Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell. President.
II. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
H, P. Hull,
E. V. Hurst,
Phil Mitchell, .
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst