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TI1E ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1902.
Nature's Way to Health
Victor A. Bergland,
All acute and chronic diseases
successfully treated without the
use of medicine.
Special attention given to cases
that hare .been pronounced incur
able by other methoda of treatment.
Consultation and examination
Suite 2, Illinois Theatre Build
ing. Rock Island, III.
Concert and dancing1 ev
ery Sunday afternoon
and evening and Thurs
DAVENPORT MILITARY BAUD
Boat leaves foot of Sev
enteenth street every
hour, making regular
KOUXD TRIP lO CENTS.
- CLAUS KUEHL,
Pnbilcsdou N otitis.
b '.ate ot IU'ncls, I M
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court, to the September term,
Ihe Black Hawk Homestead B lUdlca Loan
& Saving Auooiallju, complainant,
Julia M. Spauldln? and Ear la Q. Spaulding,
Bill to foreclose mortgage.
To th"5 above named defendants:
Affidavit of your non-reaid ence having been
Bled in the offloe of ihf cleric of said circuit
court, no Ice is hereby given to yo-i dnd etch
cf i oj tbat th-above named complainant bus
filed la said court its bill of complaint against
you on the chancery side of said court; a
sumrnoi s in ch mcerv ban been insued in said
cuune against ycu returnab.e to tbe next Sep
tember term of said ciiurt, to be begun and
hoiden at the co'-rt house in tbe cltv of Bock
Island in said county and ktate, beginning on
tbe third Monday of September A 1. 1902.
at wtich time and place you will appear od
p nod. arm wer or demur to said bill of com
plaint If you see tit.
oated at Uock Island. Illinois, August 6,
G so rgb W. GAMBf.K. Cle'k of Said Court
Swkbmet & WiLkid, solicitors for Complainant.
W. B. Bruner and Children Meet
at Old Homestead' in
HAD HOT MET THERE IN 30 TEAES
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bach man
Celebrate Fiftieth Wedding
There was a family reunion at th3
old homestead of W. II. llruner, two
and one-fourth miles, west, of Taylor
Itidge, in Kflgingtou township, today.
Those present were Mr. ISruner, who
resides in this city, and the immedi
ate members of his family, including
Mrs. M. K. Eberhart, A. M. limner and
Mrs. S. C. Taylor, of this city; Ilev.
Frank C. Bruner, of Chicago; O. L.
Kruner,. of 'Taylor Ridge, and ,11. I.
Uriiner, who lives on the old farm.
It was not a birthday or other an
niversary, yet the meeting had been
planned, for several months. Not be
fore h over thirty years had all tbt
members been together at the old
home, and there were many half-forgotten
incidents to be recalled ani
many old landmarks to be visited.
Together the family went to the
school and church, both standing on
the farm, where the children receiv
ed their first . instruction in the three
R's and first attended Sunday school
and 'divine worship. It was a day-
fraught with pleasure and yet sadden
ed by memories of the past.
Wedded Half Centarr.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew liachmavi
yesterday afternoon celebrated their
.10 th wedding anniversary at their
home on the Thirty-eighth street road
in South Koek Island. A number of
the intimate friends of the family
were invited in Jo take part in the
festivities of the occasion.
Ill Life Saved by Chamberlain Collr,
Cholrr and Diarrhoea Kemedr,
D. L. Dyer, a well known cooper of
this town, says he believes Chamber-
Iain's Colic .Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy saved his life last summer.
He had been sick for a month with
what the doctors call bilious dysen
tery, and could get nothing to do
him any good until he tried this rem
edy. It gave him immediate relief,"
says II. T. Little, Merchant, Hancock,
Md- For sale by all druggists.
Don't delay a minute. Cholera in
fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea come
suddenly. One safe plan is to
.lave Dr. Fowler's Extract of Willi
Strawberry always on hand.
4 I I III I IHIM I Ull IHIHIlMfHtlMIH I I I 1 I I I I HIM
I ECONOMY DENTAL
From Opposite Harper House
1610 1-2 Second Avenue.
H-M-M'MH I I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I f41 l 4- I 'l I I 4
DANCES OF THE TARS
BEGIN THIS EVENING
The first of the regular dancing
series of the Rock Island Naval Re
serves takes place after the drill at
the Armory this evening. The boys
have agreed to make the charge So
cents for each dance during the sea
son and they intend having the af
fairs up to the high standard of last
year. It is the intention to save up
the net proceeds of the winter's ser
ies of dances and devote them to the
erection of a boat house for the stor
ing of the apparatus of the division,
an improvement that is badly needed.
CORRECT METHODS TAUGHT
Prof. IloOfors Dlaeassea Object of Society
of Pianoforte Player and Teacher.
It may be of interest to the music
al people of this locality to learn
something about the International
Society of Pianoforte Teachers ard
Players, that held a meeting in New
York. Its object and cause for ex
istence may not be known as it should
be. Iiy recalling some of the work
and programs of the last meeting, it
may explain some of these points
The beautiful auditorium of Berk
eley lyeeum was appointed the place
of the meeting.' The first day's pro
gram opened with several musical se
lections, when A. K. Virgil gave a
brief history of- the society and in
troduced the president, Dr. E. F. Bar
tholomew. The subject of Dr. Bar
tholomew's address was "Educational
Mission of the International Society."
This address will be found complete
in the September number of The
Profession. The Profession is the of
ficial organ and magazine of the so
ciety. It is of inestimable value to
any person interested in music to
read such n paper, where the only
correct methods and principles nr-.
advocated. Among the contributors
of this paper we find such names as
A. K. Virgil, E. F. Bartholomew,
.1. fJoodrich, F. Damroseh, V. A.
White and others, who are authorities
in their respective lines.
Among cither subjects that were
presented was a paper from Dr. F. .1.
Campbell, of London, England, tin the
subject: "First the Mind, Then th:
Emotion in the Study of the Piano."
V. A. White gave a paper, and F. If.
Shepard one on "Harmony-Made Prac
tical for Piano Teachers and Plaers."
From the above subjects it will be
understood that the object of this
society is to teach and bring out the
correct and rational methods in the
education of musicians, which is and
has been very badly neglected by
the musical profession heretofore.
Among the several recitals that were
iven throughout the meeting, we
wish to mention especially the world
renowned artists,, Mrs. Hadden-Alex-amler
and S. M. Fabian, who rank
with such artists as Paderewski and
Pa dim an.
A. I). BODFORS.
Present Week Will See the Last
of the Diamond Jo
SUMMER TRAVEL ABOUT ENDED
Been a Profitable One
As to the Future.
The season for the big packets on
the upper river is almost ended. In
fact this week will see the last of
the Diamond Jo boats. The summer
travel on the father of waters has
dwindled away earlier than usual this
fall on account of the unusual cool
ness that prevails and tourists prefer
some other method of travel to the
route offered by the river.
As the business of the big packets
consists almost entirely in hauling
pleasure seekers, the decline of trawl
brings the season to an abrupt ter
mination. The DubiKpie will be down on the
last trip south Thursday evening 'or
Friday morning, and a few days late.
she will return to Dubuque to go into
winter quarters. The tjuiney, which
is below here, and the Sidney, which
is again running between Keokuk and
St. Iyouis, are almost ready to pull (Mit
for Dubuque. The short line packets,
of course, will run till well into Oc
tober. Have Had Good Season
The Diamond do steamers huve had
an unusually good season, although
an unusually short one. In fact, the
river appears to be growing more
and more popular as a scene of sum
mer outings, and river men scout at
the idea that the big packets will be
compelled to pull out of the business
ere long, displaced by railways and
short line packets. They maintain
that the beauty of the scenery and
the convenience and comfort of trav
eling by boat will always attract not
only those bent tut pleasure alone, hut
those who can shape their business so
as to patronize river craft.
Used for Pnenmonlit
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says: I have used Foley s Honey
and Tar in three very severe cases of
pneumonia with good results in' every
case." Refufee substitutes. Sold by
A little life may be sacrificed to a
sudden attack of croup if you don't
have Dr. 1 homas Eclectric Oil" on
hand for the emergency.
Otres Ills Life to a Neighbor's KlBdnena.
D. I". Daughcrty, well known
throughout Mercer and Sumner coun
ties, V. Va., most likely owes his
life to the kindness of a neighbor. He
was almost hopelessly affected with
diarrhoea; was attended by two phy
sicians who gave him little, if any.
relief, when a neighbor learned of
his serious condition, brought him a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarreoea Remedy which
cured him in less thau twenty-four
hours. For sale by all druggists.
A Sad Disappointment.
Ineffective liver medicine is a dis
appointment, but j"ou don't want to
purge, strain and break the glands of
the stomach and bowels. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers never disappoint.
They cleanse the system of all poison
and putrid matter and do it so gently
that one enjoys the pleasant effects.
They are a tonic to the liver. . Cure
biliousness, torpid liver and prevent
fever. All druggists.
kirts, New Wraps!
NEW ARSENAL HOSPITAL
IS AGAIN ASKED FOR
The Chicago Tribune's Washington
correspondent wires his paper:
"Army officers who are stationed
u"t Rock Island arsenal are incensed
at the inferior and dilapidated build
ing which has long been serving as
a post hospital at that place. The
present building is an old frame af
fair, originally a temporary erection
during the civil war, more than thirty-five
years ago, when the island was
occupied as a post for the detention
of prisoners of war. It is entirely
unfit for the purpose. It is draft",
leady and rotten. It is almost a cru
elty to the patient to place him in
such a building for treatment, where
blankets must be hung around his
bed in cold weather to keep off the
draft, and his bed moved from place
to place iu wet weather to avoid
"The inspector general of this dis
trict, iu his last report of the inspec
tion of the post, states that this
building is 'utterly unfit for hospital
purposes anil not worth repairing.'
It is recommended that an effort b-.
again made to obtain an appropria
tion for a new hospital. Estimates
have been repeatedly submitted, and
are again included this year.
"The building now. used as a stable
is another of the old prison struc
tures of the vVar of 1K01-C5. . It has
been patched up and repaired from
time to time as far as possible, but
has" finally about reached the limit
of such temporizing measures. It is
almost unsafe for horses, and so rot
ten and dry as to be a menace in its
possibility oi destruction by fire."
COAL VALLEY SCHOOLS
One of the most flourishing village
schools in this county is the Coal Ynl-
ley public school. This school re
opened for t he first semester Sept. 2.
with a large number of pupils in at
tendance. The teaching staff is a
strong one and includes: Thomas S.
Bunks, principal; Miss Jennie Lees,
intermediate, and Miss Lina J. Lees.
kindergarten, v The curriculum con
tains that work laid out for advanced
public schools, with some additions;
the high school work is of fine charac
The ntrons are enthusiastic in
their support of all things pertaining
to the good of the school, and it is
probable that the construction of a
new school building will be an advent
to be looked forward to.
Advertlited Letter List No. 3.".
List of letters uncalled for at the
Rock Island postoffice for the week
ending Sept. i, HHKJ: Charlie Ander
son, Mrs. F. E. Bowker. Mrs. Vera
Bacon, Miss Myrtle Birdsall. J. D.
Brazie, Clarence B. Cole, William Con-
do, Miss Ella Conifer, Scth Cleveland,
Miss Carrie R. Durham. O. E. Dris-
coll, E. O. Driseoll, William .1. Dar
ling, B. T. Duncan. W. W. French,
Mrs. Amelia Fulkner, J. F. Harris.
Joseph O. High. E. S. Hilton. F. E.
Kiefner, W. 11. Kemper, John Lang
lotz, T. J. Mitchell, Mrs. Maggie Mc
Cain, L. E. Mcllen. Charles L. Miller,
Mrs. (I. Nimmo, Mrs. John Osbtirn,
Margaret Pauls. E. Kyan. Miss Urace
Solenburg, P. J. Smith. William Wea
ver. Foreign: Mrs. Anna Ericson.
When calling for advertised letters
please give the number of the list.
THOMAS II. THOMAS, P. M.
Are in order. We shall take pleasure in showing you what ARE
THE STYLES for the coming season. We know the showing is the g
best ever seen in the tri-cities and it won't cost you any more to get the o
right styles here than get the wrong ones elsewhere. We show a com
plete line of
The new garment for This fall and winter wear. Haven't you always
noticed that when there is anything new, you'll always find it at the BEE HIVE
first? Many houses are too conservative to venture with new things first.
We are the first and are todr the only House in
the TriCities Showing a Complete Line of Snow
Flake Suits S Skirts. Others wait for the demand
They don't want to run any risks, so they stick to the tried fashions, While we never
forget the current styles, we make it a point never to pass by a novelty. WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE
LOOKOUT FOR SOMETHING NEW TO SHOW YOU. That's why it's so interesting to look through
this store at all times. Then, too, we continually originate. That's why you can see so many things here that
are never shown in other stores. New things arriving every day and you ought to come in often to keep up with
the new arrivals.
114-116 W. Second,
DAVENPORT, IOWA 0 . a a 0
Largest Leading and Lowest Priced Exclusive CloaK and Millinery Store in the Tri-Citles. JJ
We offer one hundred dollars re
gard for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Trops.,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in
all business transactions and finan
cially nble to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
WALDING, KIXNAX & MARVIX,
Wholesale Druirrists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Ftt Swollen to Immmu Sire.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says
J. J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., "that
I could not work; mv feet were swol
len to immense size and I was confin
ed to my bed and physicians were un
able to give me any relief. My doctor
finally prescribed Foley s Kidney
Cure which made a well man of me."
Sold by all druggists.
Rhenmatlam Cnred la m Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
uays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island; Gustave
Schlcgel & Son, 220 West Second
Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable
to attend to business during the day
or sleep tluring the night. Itching
piles, horrible plague. Doan's Oint
ment cures. Xever fails. At - anv
drug store, 50 cents.
Six Million Boxes a Year.
In 1S05, none; in 1000, 6,000,000
boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca
thartic's jump into popularity. The
people have cast their verdict. Best
medicine for the bowels in the world.
Through Qf Route
BETWEEN ROCK ISLAND AND THE
EAST, WEST, NORTHWEST AND
Standard and Tourist Sleeping car to California and Pacific Coast
IJ EST VIKING CAB SERVICE,
Rates always as low as the lowest. Make reservations. Secure tick
ets and get" full information from the agents, 1813 Second avenue, or
Thirtylirst street or Twentieth street depots.
Prominent LaSalle Co.. Citizen Cvired
A Life Saved From a Wretched Death. I
Cured of malignant cancer that hail eaten off his nose, penetrat-
ed its deeper cavities where no knife or paste could reach it bode
well to destroy life.
Louis Peddicord, of Marseilles, LaSalle county. 111., was afflicted J
with cancer of nine years' growth. Began as a small wart at the base
of the nose and had it burned out with caustic and it returned. Had
it cut out by a famous surgeon only to return in the old scar and
spread rapidly. For live years he was under treatment of the most
celebrated cancer specialists and paste doctors without avail. Write
him and learn how
Dr. E. S. Ferris and Prof. J. M. Pitzer. World's
Renowned X-R-ay Specialists,
accomplished this cure by means of the Actinic rays of the X-Ray
light. An absolutely painless and perfectly safe treatment in the
hands of these experts. These gentlemen are located at
! THE X-RAY INSTITUTE,
1719 1-2 SECOND AVE2JTJE, HOCK ISLAND,
And successfully treat all forms of cancer, tumors, lupus, eczema,
superfluous hairs and skin diseases. Call or write. Consultation free.
WHEN YOUR DISEASE LINGERS
Consult Dr. Walsh the Celebrated Specialist
in Chronic, Xervous and Private Diseases of
Consultation and X-Ray Examination Free by Our 24-Plato
Static Macnine, tne JLarprest in the Country.
Dr. WaJsh Cures When Others FaLil
That have become chronic; that make Men weak, nervous and des
pondent; that poison your blood and produce eruptions on your skin; that
3ap and drain your vitality; that rob you of your ambition and will power,
exhaustive drains, sleeplessness; nervous debility and lost manhood;
that cause Women to suffer from neuralgia headache, indigestion, consti
pation, and nervous exhaustion; that if neglected will permanently destroy
Is a frequent cause of nervous debility. Why treat months with others
when we can guarantee you a perfect cure iu from 1 to 3 treatments.
Electricity scientfically applied in the treatment of catarrh, paralysis,
piles, kidney, stomach and liver diseases.
We have cured during our eight years in Davenport must prove to you that
our cures are permanent. There are few doctors that have the ability to
cure chronic diseases. You must remember that over 60 self-called spe
cialists have located during the past few years in the tri-cities and have
made extravagant claims to cure chronic diseases, and they left behind
them broken promises and failures. Therefore, if you want to insure
yourself against loss of money and obtain health, consult Dr. Walsh, for
he has been long tried and has proven a success when others have failed.
Remember it pays to consult the best first. ,
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN. If you cannot call, write. Hundreds cured by
mail. Hours: to 12 a. m 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.: Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office. McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street,
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Weyerhauser 6& Bergstrom,
lUMKACTOKS AMU KUILIiiiKh.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory."
Sbop Thtrty-aaeond Street and Fourteenth Aveoae. fho 157 0 Wet
i n 1 n nil 1 hi ! t n 1 n 1 II 1 "i tHfumnnii 1 1 1 t in 1 1
' Dr. S. H. MILLER.
I GBADTJATE OF M'KILLIP'S VETERINARY COLLEGE, t
J Scientific treatment of Horses, Cattle and Dogs and all surgical
Un iiiiiuu9 will uu raiuc.
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