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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1(J, 1903.
.luifge Bollinger granted Henry V.
Kmvhtml an absolute divorce from
his wife, Ethel Rowland. The case
went by default, the defendant not
entering "an appearance. Interest is
connected with the case upon the
fact of the plaintiff, "Dick" Rowland,
being ho well known locally, lie is
the proprietor of an Kast Front street
naloon, and. a well-known sporting
character. The grounds upon which
the divorce were. granted were adul
tery committed, it is alleged, with a
young man from Clinton.
Mrs. Appolia llaupt has begun ac
tion in the district court against her
laughter, Enielie S. Vogel, and Mrs
Yog-el's husband, (iustave, to secure
Iron them the payment to her of $20
per month during the balance of her
life, as per agreement in a mortgage.
The plaintiff alleges that some time
ago she made an agreement in the
form of a mortgage whereby she
turned over real property to them to
Ihe value of $7,000, in return for
which they were, through the rest of
her natural life to either support her
with them, or give her $-0 per month
for her own maintenance, choice be
tween the two courses being optional
with the plaintiff. She further alleg
es that a short time ago they induced
.her to sign a paper, by false represen
tations, that was a release of the
mortgage on the place, and that they
shortly afterwards sold the place to
John Schick, receiving $7,000 for it
and neglecting to give any of the
money to her. She alleges that they
drink a great deal and by cruelty
and abuse they have rendered life
.unbearable. wherefore she wishes
the court to reinstate the mortgage
she held on the place and make them
pay her the $'-'0 per month.
Christian Lorenz. She allege in her
petition that since their marriage her
husbi":id has become a habitual
drunkard. She asks, besides the di
vorce, for per week alimony, and
yesterday secure;! a writ of attach
ment on $1"' worth of. household pro
perty owned by him. to keep it from
being disposed of before the trial of
the suit. The name is interesting
through the fact that it is the same as
the Austrian surgeon whose apparent
miracles in surgical work has been
causing so. much comment in this
Police Magistrate Finger held a ses
sion of juvenile court and heard the
cases of live lads charged with theft.
The boys, who were arrested by De
tective I'helan a ud Oilicer Rehm. were
(Jeorge Decker, John Minnick, Nathan
tiladstone and John Ksberg. ajl of
good and substantial parents, and
they were all dismissed after a brief
hearing, with instructions to be good
in the future. The lads, it is alleged.
-:mied off a quantity of cigars and
vfiie from the rear room of Clans
(roth hall, early Sunday morning.
The cigars were recovered but the
wet goods were beyond recovery, -is-sisting
Prosecuting Attorney Mur
phey appeared in the case for the
slate and relieved the strenuous at
mosphere of the court by a sugges
tion of a year at Sunday school as
punishment for the boys.
Invitations have been sent out by
Mr. and. Mrs. 1. .1. I'aul.-cn. 70j Main
street, to the wedding of their daugh
ter, .iiss' Adela. and Jvl Sievers. of
Everett, Wash. It will be solemnized
Wednesday evening. Jan. at the
home of the bride's parents at the
number given aboe. Miss 1'aulsen is
a popular young lady, with a host of
friends and the groom, who formerly
lived in this city, is now employed in
an important capacity by the Seiffert
Wic'se Lumber company of Everett,
Mrs. Catherina Lorenz has begun an
action for divorce from her husband.
The Scott County Farmers Insti
tute, which has been in session two
days, has elected officers as follows:
President, C. 15. Snyder, Dixon; vice
president, IS. T. Seaman, Davenport;
secretary, Henry Imu, Mt. Joy; treas
urer, Peter Schwartz. Eldridge; di
rectors, Chris Marti, Long Grove; J.
H. Anderson, Princeton; Charles XV.
La.il. Mt. Joy; John S. Townsend. Dav
enport; J. Cm. Dutcher, White Sulphur.
The next inslitute will be held at Eld
ridge, ami the board of directors was
given power to act as to fixing the
date, there being some desire for a
Justice Louis E. Roddewig united in
marriage at his office Wednesday Ar
thur E. Hopkins and Miss Ellen E.
Clemmeiis, both of this city. At J
o'clock the same afternoon he mar
ried Henry Ferdinand Roggencamp
and Miss Anna Arp, of .Prohstei, Scott
county. The justice had four mar
riages to place upon his record Wed
nesday. At 7::i0 o'clock Wednesday
evening Justice Roddewig united in
marriage Frank II. Hesse and Miss
Pluma Heidbreder, both of Fort Madi
son. The. ceremony was performed
at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. O. S.
Huston at 1050 West Third street.
Tri-city implement manufacturers
met ;it the Rusiness Men s rooms Wed
nesday afternoon and organized for
the work of insuring the implement
dealers of Iowa a hot time when thev
hold their annual convention here
next December. An executive com
mittee was sip-minted as follows:
Davenport J. W. Rettendorf. XV. E.
Pheris. L. J. S. (irecne. Rock Island
F. A. Head. C. S. McDnniel. Moline
John O. lioo-1, XV. A. Rosenfield.
Judge liollinger declared a divorce
Wednesday between Julius .1. Arnould
and hi wife Francis L. Arnould. This
is the famous case wherein an ad
venturess is alleged to have engaged
Hie affections of a good man. and af
ter he had honored her with the name
of wife left him to realize he had
Frank C. Fick, the long time deputy
auditor, has accepted a. position at
the Davenport Savings bank, which
he will assume Feb. 1.
Two Chinese entered the Schles-wig-llolstein
house yesterday and see
ing the lunch spread iihii the table
took chairs and seated themselves at
the table- for a meal. Landlord Renti
ers ejected! them. The mongolians
evidently were not acquainted with
the methods of luncheon at the Ger
man taverns about the fit v. '
of the government bridge. A C, B.
& Q. train at that moment hove in
sight near the Irrawaddi Canoe club
building and there was a merry
scramble for safety on the part. of
the occupants of the. cars. Windows
were broken and that means of exit
was usenl by some of the passengers.
The engineer, however, had control
of his locomotive and halted the train
just before the pilot touched the stall
ed -cars. Officer Sanford who wit
nessed the incident rejiorts that it hail
its alarming as well as humorous fea
tures. The death of Myrtle Casknett took
place last evening at her home,
Icfvea street. She was VJ years of age
ami a native of Dubuque. She leaves
her father and mother, with whom
she lived at the number mentioned,
and several brothers and sisters. The
funeral will take place Sunday after
noon, with interment at Oakdale ccm
etery. .Ned Lee will officiate.
Last evening Night Desk Sergeant
Dobler at the police station received
a telephone message from Rerrv, 111..
asking the police if there was any
truth in the statement that Miss Dora
Murphy, living at SOS West Front
street, had committed suicide. Detec
tive Phelan was assigned on the case
I'pon investigation he found Miss Mur
phy well, and she indignantly denied
that she had ever attempted to shuf
fle off this mortal coil by artificial
means. Information in accord with
this was sent back to C. Clark and
John Waltin, at Rerrv, the men who
made the inquiries. Where the report
arose no one knows. Miss Murphy
has been suffering from attacks of
hysteria several times lately and at
such times has been" attended by Drs.
Porter and Hunt. Roth of these phy
sicians say that to their best know!
edge the girl has never attempted
One Hundred Dollars a lox
is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summer
ton, S. C, places on DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He says: "I had the
piles for 20 years. 1 tried many doe
tors and medicines, but all failed ex
cept DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
cured me." It is a combination of the
healing properties of witch hazel
with antiseptics and emollients; re
lieves and permanently cures blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding piles,
sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, salt
rheum and all skin diseases.
Harper House pharmacy; A. ,T.
Reiss drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
At 7:T)0 o'clock Wednesday morning
slippery rails caused the arsenal
trailers to become stalled while
crossing the tracks near the entrance
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
For children. Mother Grny, for years
a nurse in the 'Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in the drug stores, called
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children. They are harmless as milk,
pleasant to take and never fail. A
certain cure for feverishness, consti
pation, headache, teething and stom
ach disorders, and remove worms.
At ill druggists. 23c. Sample sent
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy. N. Y.
People who have begun to grow old,
who have lost the. vigor, courage, am
bition and strength of youth, take
Rocky Mountain Tea. U3c. T. II.
A million stamps were cancelled at
the Moline postoftice by the new
stamping machine betyycen Sept. l."
n nd Jan. 15. or to be more correct the
lij-ures should read l,O0:;,O)0. This
is the record of the machine since it
was installed and gives a fair index
to the amount of letter writing the
people of Moline do. Add to this re
cord a third more cancelling m
stamps on factory advertising, etc.,
which is too bulky to run through
the machine and must be stamped by
hand, and the amount of outgoing
mail is fairly accurately estimated.
Some idea. too. may be gained of tlie
receipts of Uncle Sam here for
Mrs. Anna Funk's residence at
Fourth avenue and1 Twenty-sixth
street was damaged by lire Wednes
day evening from a blaze starting in
a clothes room. A considerable
amount of personal clothing and bed
clothing were danViged an:l the wood
work was charred The damage will
amount to $100 or more.
At Swedish Olive hall Wednesday
evening the. Swedish Olive Rcbekahs
held installation services for their
newly elected officers. Miss Hannah
Voiingren was installing ofliccr and
the following officers were inducted
into otlice: N. G.. Mrs. Sophia Nel
son; Y. G., Mrs. Emma Swanson: war-
Miss Alida Nelson; conductor,
Alma Lundeen; chaplain. Mrs.
Crentz; R. S. N. G.. Mrs. Fowle;
N. G..Miss Swanson; R. S. V. (!..
Rlomgren; L. S. V. G., Miss Ida
Oline; inside guard. Miss Hilda Nel
son; recording secretary. Miss Mel
vina Anderson; financial secretary.
Mrs. (Jus Ford; treasurer, Mrs. Har
vey Willianis;captain of the degree
staff, Mrs. L. P. Nelson. The installa
tion was folowed by a social time,
during which refreshments were
served and dancing indulged in until a
Tuesday evening the Fraternal
Army of America installed the follow
ing officers at the Masonic hall: Cap
tain, James McLearv; chaplain, Mrs.
Maggie Mclcary; lieutenant. Mrs.
red Maxwell; adputaut. E. J. Sever
ance; post editor. Miss Estella Mc
Learv; picket of inner post. Ross Pick
ard: picket of outer post. Mr. Cor-bett.
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(jg . yhtrf' l'i tJkmn mi in 11. I in in - m , , 1111 .i t
need and deserve a little coddling.! We've often
known a bottle of VSl30L to change a gloomy
old person, bowed down with aches and pains, in
to a cheerful companion, because he aches. 'were
relieved, nerves toned up and enen yand strength
renewed by the reconstructing nd rebuilding
qualities of our food-medicine V NOL. If it
doesn't help any weak person moihy returned
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY,
H. O. ROLFS,
mCUGGIST. THE II03IK OF V1XOL.
Christ church guild has decided
to hold the loll'' talked of rn m m:i
sale at Jmliisiral hall, Wednesday and
Thursday. Jan. -.'S and -.'!. and reouests
nil housekeepers to riitiitii.-i -i their
belongings, setting aside for the ruild
Mile all they can spare, from a house
mid hit to ribbon or feather.
Those wishing articles called for
should notify .Mrs. A. II. lirvnnt. .!!
Seventeenth street, or Mrs. G. U.'Hiilf.
1l( Sixth avenue.
"Jumbo" Carlson, released only yes
terday front serving a term in the
county jail, lost no time in returning
within the surveillance of the police.
I umbo's" family did not look with
pleasure on the prospect of his re
turn and the freedom hi' would enjoy.
ami when he arrived at home, drunk
md disorderly as usual, he found the
place locked. The barrier did not de
ter Mumoo from seeking an ent
rance which he accomplished by
breaking a window. When he was
about to wreak his vengeance on the
interior the police arrived and "Jum
bo" is again in the haunts of the in
At Industrial Home Wednesday ev
cuing the Moline Plow Company Aid
association held its annual meetinjj
and elected the following officers:
President. James Smith; vice presi
dent. Otto Nelsi.n: secretary, I'.'rl
Howell; treasurer. Fred Long.
Alphonse Yasaert was bound over to
the grand jury on the charge of lar
ceny by Magistrate Olou Wednesday.
Vasaert stole a bicycle of Serephim
Van :e Vehle last summer, lie was
arrested by the Galesburg police and
brought back to Moline by Chief Kit
Gov. Yates yesterday appoint
ed Joseph Shreve. of Jacksonville, as
H irc-mhcr of the state board of phar
macy, to succeed George II. Sohrbcek.
of Moline. Mr. Sohrbcek was appoint
ed lo the position on the board in
June. X'MH). to take the place of Mr.
Jcwctt, resigned. The expiration of
Mr. Solirbeck's term was Jan. 1. I '.in:;,
and he was again offered the place.
Rusiness duties, however, restrained
him from accepting the honor, in
consequence of which Mr. Shreve. who
is a popular young druggist of Jack
sonville, was appointed in his stead.
Round-trip tickets good for 21 days
will he sold on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month to Nebraska,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado,
Utah, and many other states at
with $2.00 added.
On the same days we will sell One
Way tickets at practically half the .
regular rates to Kansas, Southwest
Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas and
Call or write for particulars.
FRANK A. HART. Pass'r Agent C. B. & Q. Depot
65 Telephone 1 180.
J act-son. H'irst & Stafford, Attorneys,
btate of Illinois. I
Rook Island County, f
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
cnanrery Foreclosure No. 5017.
llnmn Bui ding & Ijjsin association of Rok
Island, vs Joan Greim, fe'rederika Greim, and
kid ward H. Gayer.
Notice is hereby giver, that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled ause on the i:tti day of December,
A.. D. IS"'3 I shall, on Saturday, the ev nt a
Jay of Kemuary. A. D., 19C:?, at tbe hour of
two o'clock in the afternoon, at tho
eis. door of tbe Court House. In tte
City of Rock Island, In said County of
Eock Island, to satisfy aid decree, sell at
public vendue to the hit-hest bidder for
c-ish in band, tht certain parcel of land
situate in the County of Kock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot No. Tbirty-tive (3S) inlluyer's First (Isl)
addition lo tbe ltv of fuck tsl d
bated at Moline. Illinois, this K:gb'J) day of
Jauuuiy, a. U., 19 a
WAt-TKIl J. FNT-MK1K.
Master In "hanoerj-. Ko- It Island Court v. 1 1
Jackson. Hubst & Staffoku, Comp.alnaci's
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Price, 35 cents. Never sold
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Irregular Heart Action Puffiness under the Eyes Bad Taste in Mouth
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TO THE PUBLIC of Rock Island and Vicinity, I have arranged so that I can give a package containing a valuable Booklet and a t'REE SAMPLE of DR.
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SHARPER HOUSE PHARMACY, H. O. ROLFS, Plia.rina.cist, Rock Island 111.
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