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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
(tlx- family not imsst-ssion of a peanut, tin, a fonwr Pavi-nport jeweler, who
in i-oiih' niaiiiHT unknown, and swal- (li.amtareil from Walthaiii. Mass., on
Returns from Chicago Conference.
Secret a i y Ste 1 lias re'iirned from tlio
late c-onft n-ne- Ik id in (.'liieago Yv'ui!
uosilay !;! ween tlio ivir'scntativ's of
lnisiiiis in:ic.is of Ia vin port and
ii Ik r rivi r town:-, and thr tail nu n.
Secretary Sice! oxpio-si'il tin- nsuUm
til' hut-tin as only il'hivhij; il'.e on
come a link: IoiiLvr. An e.ci:sc fur
fusilier di lay was I'.inr.d in lite demand
fur a list of rornnioiii! ie.-. handled liy
tlie (lilT lent cities under liii-riis-ioii.
which will lie prepared and Mi'.miue:l
to another cdim'- reiice to he held later.
AVlun tins is done an answer of some
c.v.i'd it wiili the lesnh thai it. choked
a;!) in iis mother's arms in less
than ti minute's time. Mr. and Mrs.
William Peterson and the children for
merly lived at 15Ji; lhady street, Mr.
1'eterson In lux a brick contractor.
When the family removed 1o Wiscon
sin, the yoiin men remained here,
having fjuud pu-iiions Willi ihe Hock
Island. News, of the death took them
home on tiie first train, where they
found their parents about distracted
by the suddeiitifss of the a miction.
P. Memorial June 2. The
s of Pythias of Davenport are
ins for a memorial service to be
decree ,f d liniiem -s will 1 uiven to j 'ondiicted jointly by the four local
the n-pie:IS of the l,!!iae-s llite test
of tile liver (owns.
Baby Ciioked on Pennut. (
O. lVt l.-oll of llie ch '.irai f
the oilier- .-!' DiviHon Sap":'ii
lliram Cable of
mul Walter I'-.
the Koek lalid road.
I .- Ml of 'lie et'ice of
William I.aVeie nre. land ;
liiisioiic r, have j'l.- ! e
Wisconsin, win re tl:e v.
the sliocl.in. beieavt men
upon uieir i,t'ii:iy
that time the Id
ioiUi s. and in a meeting of the joint
comiiiittee held Wednesday evenini; at
I'olumiiia hall the date of the event
was fixed as Sunday, dune 2. At the
nneiiiii; of ihf general committee l-
I. Wiilett was elided chairman and
in i!.e open air at a place to be decided
March 1:1. wi'hout drawing his pay or
taking his clothes. It is feared that
lie has committed suicide. Poutin's
wife and mother life in Mason City,
lie came from that place to Davenport
and worked for local jewelers for a
time. Then he went to Elgin. 111., and
later to Waltham. It is said his mar
ried lift! lias not been a happy one and
that he was low-spirited over his trou
bles. A brother, Charles Boutin, is
searching for him.
Obituary Record. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam I .age are sadly bereaved by the
loss of their daughter. Rose l.age, who
passed away Wednesday evening after
a four weeks' illness with appendi
citis. She was 10 years of age, and
besides the parents leaves to survive
her three brothers, Willie, Waller and
Miles I.age. and three sisters, Helen.
Delia and I.eona.
Techt in in secretary. If was de
tiit the meeting would be held
urned irom j t:poii at some tuture meeting ot !ne
. e called hy ci niii.i' tee.
which fell I o
ii:;:day. At Former Davenporter Missing. A
Id baby of . - an h is being made for Wiliiam Hon-
DIES AT STERLING
'OS 4J y
Frederick Schaale Joined Society July
1, 1833, and Was 87 Years of
Recently a State Senator on a dining
car asKeci me waiter to oring him a
cigar. " The waiter brought two boxes
cne was a Triangle A cigar, and the
other an unknown brand.
Which is tho better ? " asked tlie
iter. The waiter recommended
the unknown brand. "Why".'" the
Senator demanded. The waiter
grinned, "iioss says that's the one
to push," ho said.
You don't want to depend on what
"the boss" wants to push you'd rather
choose for yourself.
i How do yen know a good cigar?
You can now buy cigars with the
maker's guarantee on every box a mark
d istin mulshes scientific
methods systematically applied to cigar
production a mark that stands for im
proved quality better, riper tobacco,
!. thoroughly matured and actually blend
edsmooth, even-smoking cigars, abso
lutely clean without increased cost.
p Whatever you pay, whatever your taste, the
"A" (Triangle A) mark is your guarantee of supe
rior and reliable quality and unquestionable value.
The New CREMO
affords you a fine opportunity to prove it by the
'. Every box is c-xtra-wrapped in glassino paper, sealed
to maintain perfect smoking condition and cleanliness
until the box is opened.
I-'ivileriek Schaale. who bore the di;s
tinciioii of hfin the ohlcst imliviilu ii
In loaning to the Modern 'oo,'lm'ii, lUi
will as one of the first, who joined tiu?
socit-ly. died tlos niornini;- at his linnie
in Sieilin- He was a fliarier mem
ber of Oamii No. 12 of Sterling, which
was instituted July 1, lss::. I'roHalrv
there ate not over ."it who are now
liiemlx rs who joined prior to that da'e.
Mr. Schaale was born June 17. lsi.t.
At the time he became a Woodman
the ase limit for new members was ll'i
years. Now it. is AT, years.
The funeral will be held at Sieilm
tomorrow- morning and will lie in
charge of the Woodmen.
At Work on Lock. Work on the Mo-
line lock has bi en resumed on a K'.uiil
scale, and within a week will bo put
under way with a full force of la a
and rushed through until July 1, by
which time the Uiavo Construetii'
com nan v, the conn-amors, hope to liavr
the work completed. About inn men
are now employed. Within a week tw.i
shifts of men ach will be at woik.
Concrete work is being done, and this
will engross tin? attention of tlie co'i
tiactors until about .l;;ne 1. Car s!ioir:
ajio has delayed the commehocnu nt of
work with a full force of men. s-'.uw
arrival of material being the most s-eri-ous
obstacle with which the company
has had to contend. No difiiculty is be
inii experienced in obtaining bo1!)
skilled and unskilled labor. In fa r
the supply seems better than during
Performs First Wedding. The fir: t
wedding ceremony which he has pel
formed since taking his oath of oflie"
as police magistrate was sob mniz !
Wednesday afurnoon when Krank Cus
taison officiated in a marriage wlii'-a
uniteii Klliotl K. Kliierson of this ci v
anil Miss Nelli1 May To.'iping of Chil'i
coihe. The groin is :m employe of the
i Rock Island load in the Siivis siion
and his bride is an estimable young
lady who will he welcomed by the
gloom's friends lie re. Tiny were ,r
It's cold water and rtrong yellow soap, that
causes your trouble. JMo ono can cleanse
clothes that way and have them smell sweet.
Nothing will 1111, and entirely remove frime,
stain, body odor, and the strong soap smell,
except a boiling suds of
mm Bm m
ci Prfv? ...Self a
. .1 5zi f I r,. c vs. ti
boap frees tiifoufri
.'atcr hills them.
j-'jz, and brings diri
the modem cr.rc: fcr blue Monday. The reason is plain cold water keeps nlwe every
mc boiling solution of Maple City
ffid unwholesomencss to s;A.tuy
enuiru:. 'i hen they rine out sweet and clean a joy to the housewife's heait.
Besides bcin best for the clothes, this soap is also best fcr other things. From
'arret to cellar in pantry, kitchen, or parlor when cleaning is to be done, nothing is so
tfoc-d to use as Matle City Self Washing Soap. A cake costs 5c and lasts twice the
life of any other. Don't yen need it?
maPLE C27Y SQP IVOfiKS, ffionntouth, tllincis
ft m mm. ,
Notice is hereb;
day. the second
Kn7. in the city
' give n that on Tues
day of April A. D.
of Ko.k hlnnd, III.,
hi Id for (lie follow-
What a Sea Cap
and Mrs. .1. VY
AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
THE STHDfiGEST COHSnTOTIOH
Rheumatism is caused by a sour, acid condition of the blood, brought
on by chronic constipation, weak kidneys, poor digestion and a general
Elujrgish condition of the system. Because of these irregularities the
refuse and waste matters of the body are not promptly expelled, but
are left to sour and ferment, producing irritating acids which are taken
iip by the blood and distributed to all parts of the system. This acrid mat
ter weakens and diseases the blood so that instead of supplying the body
with nourishing, healthful properties it deposits the poison with which it is
loaded into the muscles, nerves, bones and joints, and Rheumatism gets
complete control of the system. Some suffer almost constantly with the
disease, while others have intervals of freedom, during which they
live in constant dread of the next attack, when an exposure to
cold or dampness or some other irregularity will cause the symp
toms to return. If the cause is not removed
Rheumatism will progress and reach a point
where it becomes incurable, and the strong
est constitution will break down. S. S. S.
lias been curing Rheumatism for more than
forty years. It attacks the disease at its head
by going down into the blood and removing
every particle of the acrid matter and build
ing up the weak, sour blood to a state of purity and richness. S. S. S. is
the King of blood purifiers, just what is needed for the cure of Rheumatism,
liook on Rlieumatisiii and anv medical advice sent free.
THE SVIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
an election will be
ing ollicer.-;, to-wit:
One mayor for two years.
One city clerk for two years.
One city attorney for two years.
One city treasurer for two years.
One alderman in the First ward for
One alderman in the Second ward
for two years.
One alderman in tlio Third ward for
t wo years.
One alderman in the Fourth ward
for two years.
One alderman in the Fifth ward for
One alderman in the Fifth ward lor
One alderman in the Sixth ward for
One alderman in the Seventh ward
for two years.
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
Four assistant supervisors for two
One justice of the peace, to fill va
cancy. Two constables to fill vacancy.
Which election will be opened at 7
o'clock in the. mornini; and continue
unU 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that
Places of registration and voting
will be as follows:
First ward, first precinct, 413 Fourth
First ward, second precinct, COO Sev
Second ward, first precinct, 101 i
Second ward, second precinct, city
barn. 919 Sixth avenue.
Third ward, first precinct, county
jail, Third avenue and Fourteenth
Third ward, second precinct, 14T1
Third ward, third precinct, Uilemey
cr drus store. Eleventh avenue and
I ourth ward, first precinct. Frick's
livery, 1914 Third avenue.
Fourth ward, second precinct, M.
Levy barn. Nineteenth street between
Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Fifth ward, first precinct, hose
hose on Twenty-second street.
Fifth ward, second precinct, Schmid
grocery. H2'. Twentieth street.
Sixth ward, first precinct, hose house
on Twenty-sixth street.
-lxin waru, second precinct. Kiess
barn. 709 Twenty-seventh street.
Seventh ward, first precinct, 3110
Seventh ward, second precinct,
Feterson's shop, r.10 Forty-fifth street.
Seventh ward, third precinct, Olsen's
barn. Forty-fourth street between Sev
enth and Eighth avenues.
II. C. SCHAFFER.
City and Town Clerk.
liock Island, 111., March 13, 1907.
tend" d by Mr.
of this- city.
Sues to Test Ordinance. A di'j'ii'.v
United States marshal fro-u tlie fi-di-r.il
conn at I'eoria is!erday served i:o:i:--on
city officials of a suit instil ;i; ti
auainst the city of .Mu'iiie by the Inter
national Ttxibook company, a iV'iusvl
vania corporation. The irt is 'o r.
sirain ih- citv from nforciny; the or
dinances imposing a !ic n.-e on finye;i. !
tiisti ibui ing bi'!.-'. ii.iaer ard simi'ar by
matter about the Precis of i!u- ci:v.l
The te:book company alle y s t'i
the ordinance inti ri'i res with it s i,: -iness
and will: the piivib -jes e.-':il.
i d by intcivtnte coaimerce. An
of the company w; s r -c-ittiy ariesiel
and lined for i. il;:t ion of lie- distrib'! -ing
ordinance. City A ; ; : i .- Sie-ii-berg
hold-! i 1 1 1 the ordinance is go 1
inM.far as it is a po'ice regulation, ami
that the city has ; ;. '.? t- invoke I'm
police powers spot ilie.l ill spite of 'ti
ll 1st. i;e commerce ri guiai h lis.
Captain YV. O. I'erry of XI lletkeM
slleet. Fcrtiand. M"., das diseov-.-r I
that. Father John:-. .M'-dicit-e is a won
lieitiil i( uii dy tor catarrh and cold-.
Following tin si a. a sail.ir i ticoun'e.
wtiddi n change of v, , -.i t jo r that - ,.
dace catarrh and colds. (' inla:ii I'erv
riles; "I ha ve i;s, d m vor.il dill !
out. kinds of caiairh i. !i.s. !,.,!
tta e i;ov r leuud anvthitig t
j l line of t!
I pealed f
j ropi est !.!
f ." and i o
j man. i in
i taking of
! the st;
;CI'!i- is lor
i - t t s :n ! he
t -: 1 1 to
Athletics at High
high school 'will hrdd
seieci m labels of i's.
a tirtv.t i ti i
i'.'iiT trael; learn.
l)a:i Crou anoihi r
w ho ctinie from Caiej
i son and Danii ir. had
i tie assault. A warra
w -is issued and h" au'
line of $." with costs
the artornev for the
! not ice of
I all three
the Sat in day following tl
ca'i ui which conies m x'
material looks promising.
ep,-ct to make a re li'ab
i he MUiiary Tract met t
They further count on v
dual tneeis in which ti'.t
cipale. Cedar Rapids h.a
Moliue and the deli has It
No dale for t he meet iim
.i t. Tlieie will be no trie
ibis year, owing to Iho in
let'ic relations between the
and ilock Island high s-ehoi
line will engage ill a tiuul
i-ach sciioid. Tin i e will I
a! to tli
II. F. IV
A fine -iaiusi
i' itlcr. :
in r-r v.
also iigur d
r for us avr
e--I to aeeeti! I
of $l.N'l. TI;
and the bovs !
': .-'lowing in
inning tbr -
-- will pa fi
ts clialleng' :
: en accent" 1.
has e! b --:i
-ci: y m , jug
I l.'l Vel'.pOi t
college in v 1 1 lit .on met
The silver lovutg cup
Mo'ine. Rock I.-h;nd
: tuis s.-a
for which t
sch.ools have con.peied for scm ral :.
si ns, and. which must be won by th -same
school three successive s-'aso.i-;
to insure permanent own-, r.-'nip. is nov,
held by Mobile.
Guilty of Assault. (iitii-y of the
( barges was the finding of M.":i-: ra "
Custaf.-oii in th"1 ca- against Rtiue
Mitnbar and Jo.- Johnson, non-uniou
emiiloyes of the Met re - Mansiir com
pany, charged with having assault v!
two youngsters of tlie west end Her
bert I'.erglund ami Harold Anderson -
last Saturday evening. Six-eon wit
ln sses were sun;motied a; the hearing,
most of them bovs who had bet n play
ing together in the neighborhood at tin
A. Smith Named to HeaJ One
lage Ticket at Milan.
A 1 1 1n; peoples parly caucus at Milan
last evening the following lick-t va.-
! nominated to be v:ed for at tic- vil
lage election to be held Tuesday, April
President, for two years-- II. A.
Smith. . '
Trustees for Two Years C.eorg
Norton. YV. II. I.ovell. and M. M. Mav.i.
Police Magistrate, to fill vacancy--I'.
Village Committee '.. M. Pramhn
tbuii.. W illiam Kale and W. W. Waii-e:-.
'I'iie indi-i't-ndeni cauc-.is will be in-', I
j l(n;o: ti'-v ev i niteg.
j Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. ititppe--.
She vvriti s: "(bit- year ago my son was
down v.'bh such serious lung trouble
that our jdiysieian was unabb.- to help
1-im: when, bv our druggist's advice. I
began giving him Mr. King's New Dis
covery, and I soon noticed improve
ment. I kept this treatment up for a
few weeks, when he was perfectly we'd,
lie has worked steadily since at car
penter work . Dr.- King's New Miscov
r ry saved his life." Guaranteed best
cough and cold remedy by YV. T. Harts,
druggist, :bU Twentieth street. t0
rents and $1. Trial bottle free.
Worked Like a Charm.
P. N. Walker, editor of that spicy
journal, the Enterprise, Ixmisa, Va.,
says: "I ran a nail in my foot last
week and at once applied Bueklen's
Arnica Salve. No inflammation fol
lowed; the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals sores, hums, and skin
diseases. Guaranteed at W. T. llartz's
drug store, SOI Twentieth street. 25c.
Are both symptoms of org-anic de
rangement, and nature's Warjiing- to
women of a trouble which will soon
er or later declare itself.
How often do we hear women say,
"It seems as though my back would,
break." Yet they continue to drar
along and su Iter with uclu-s in the
small of the back, pain low down in
the side, dragging sensations, nerv
ousness and no ambition.
They do not realize that the back
is the main-spring of woman's organ
ism and nuieklv indicates bv achillff
a diseased condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches
ill rnntinne until the cause is removed.
1 Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the most
successful remedy in such cases. No other medicine has such a record
of cures of fomiuine ills.
Miss Lena Nagel. of 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. ., writes: "I was
completely worn out and on the verge of nervous prostration. My back
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MISS LENA N AGE L
ached all the time. 1 had dreadful periods of pain, was subject to tits
of crying and extreme nervousness, and was always wean: and tired.
Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured me."
Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints,
such as F.aekaclie. Falling and Displacements, and all Organic Diseases.
Dissolves and expels Tumors iU an early stage. It strengthens and
tones the Stomach. Cures Headache and Indigestion and invigorates
the whole feminine svstem.
Mrs. Pinkhani's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffer! n- from any form of female weakness are invited to
write Mrs. Piukham. Lvnn. Mass. Her advice is free.
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K-ing of Coctic Artists, creator and illustrator of Lula
and Lcander," "E. Z. Mark" and "The Lad That Loved
a Lady, w;ll draw !,bcrmmn next Sunday) exclusively
for the comic section of
THE CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE.
The increasing" demand (or the colored supplements of
wo rld's masterpieces or CHILD LIFE d-vca away witii
SUNDAY TRIBUNE makes it necessary to order from
lavance. Do this today
your newsdealer or carrier in
Mrs. Anna K!;:jjcr was Ihc person
who received the handsome berry
set given away at our store last
611 Seventeenth street, Rock Island.
New Phone 5211; old 721-K.
1 1 r,1 .
Bath Room Beauty
The secret of making your
bath room beautiful is the in
stalling of high-grade! modern
plumbing fixtures. If your
fixtures are old and unsanitary, a new
"Vc, t ?,andard I orcelain hjiameled bath of
r? ' lavatory will work wonders in the appearance
J i f i .i .
p-n? 6110 sannauon oi your Dam room.
, -'j " Decide now to change from the old to the
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cv-Ti- Tr new wav ana ipi us auore von rnr nn th
.'Vp--'1' fltllr TTifW -nt loce tksn
-JJ- m .1 lull juu IlliaUlC
We estimate at anv time anrl niaranl !1
work to satisfy you. Repair jobs given prompt attention.
CIIAXXOX & DUFVA
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