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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. JUNE 10, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
to $1.50; cows
calves, 4.50 to
Marry Second Time. "We just can't
live apart," was ilie expre-sioi; ef
Mandel Cromer and Ho.se Cromer
tlicy entered Justice Oclkers' otli.e
Saturday ami cii' made husband and
wife for the second lime. The couple
were married once before and, failim;
to agree, were divorced sunn- six
mouths ago. Since that time tiny
have made up their differences and are
now firmly convinced that they lov
each other more than ever and caiinoi
live without each others' company.
Saturday s nuirruts-'e was the nappy cul
mination of this ! esobli ion.
Adds Million to Capital. An amend
litem lias been made in the articles el
incorporation d the People s lau.it
company, win r by the capital of th
company is increased $ i.ihm.ihm. of
this amount, whiih is divided into 1.
shares at par value of $1"" a share. :;.
5(10 shares have already been subscrib
ed for and sob!. I'ndiT llie llcv ar
tides the balance of the stock may b;
issued at t'ue wii! of the board of direc
tors of the eomnanv wi'h the und v
standing that if is not to be voted u i
til paiil for ill lull. It has lie. n s'ai-.-l
by representative of thi company th t.
a large part of the nt w stock issue wid
Ho toward paying for tin. 1.1 mih s .n
new gas mains tl:a; are b iug laid.
percentage of t!:e stock i.- a!-,j rest vv
ed to meet the deb's of the old Dav
enport Uas &.Ei. ctiic company, whi l
the People's I.iuht company aiint 'o
pay. The indebtedness of the !
pauy shall not '" more titan t vo-t!ird
of tiie capital stock, or SI.":"'.""". T'l
amendment has ben tiled with Coun'y
Recorder Frank ileim.
Stone Sells Directory. TIio lavei
port City Diree;ory, so bum puiiiishe I
by II. X. Stone, has been di.--po;-ed .:'
to It. L. Poll; it C. of lVs .Moil! ?s,
who will continue the Iowa Slate Ca
zetter and limitless directory and ar..
well known a!! over the state.
for PlattviUc, Wis. to attend the an
nual conference of his church.
.Mrs. John Cdg.tr and son went t
Hock Island Tuesday and from there
they will so to Cambridge for a week's
visit with relatives.
Xels Holt a former harness maker
of Cable has been visiting friends here
the past week.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Fruchf enencht. Tu sday.
Mrs. Theodore I'eterson and daugh
ter Florence and Mrs. Andrew Hosau
der visited Thursday at the home of A
C. Johnson near Andover.
Henry Miller, 1). F. Hays, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Clark and Mr. and Mrs. M.
Ciicin were tiilct'.rist visitors Sunday.
John Haywood and wife were in Coal
Mr. and Mrs. lieorge Lawson, Jr. and
Thomas Lewis were in Hock Island
Miss Myra Xicholl of Silvis visited
with lelaiivcs and friends here last
Mrs. Edward Xtavc, Sr. was in Rocii
Mr. Huberts of Coal Valley was vis
iting at Joe Wild's last week.
Supervisors Crecr of Sea ton. Rolan
der of -New liosion and Jackson of Jo
wlio constitute the bridge coniniitt--e
were here at onlay ami examtneu ami
accepted the m v bridge over Camp
creek south of town. Mr. dncr was
and Xellie Pringle of Moline spent
Tuesday afternoon and evening at the
home of Misses Vaden and Ethel Cox.
.Mrs. Bruce Hull of Silvis is danger
ously ill of cancer.
William Downing is in Chicago for a
few days' business. He will visit on
the return trip at Joliet.
Miss Katheryn Bull has accepted a
position in Downing brothers ice cream
parlor in Silvis.
Mrs. Anna Edgar of Cable is visiting
in Silvis. .
Ir. and Mrs
A daughter v;.s boii.
It. W. Clark Monday.
Ci'.os Hud. on ha.- bun very ill for
Hev. Mr. Stcpiu nson left Tuesday
accompanied by his wife
went out to the home of
and visited un: i! Sunday.
Cat holie church mi t
Frati Flcischnian on
The choir of tin
with Mr. and Mrs
Ninth s'r et Thursday.
The railway company are busy put
ting the brackets nil the street rai'.wa."
poles on First avenue.
The daughter of H. Kuiine. the si
looiikoi per of Fir.-t avenue and Xiiuh
streit, Silvis, died Friday at her home
Tiie Silvis postollice will be moved
into V. 11. Dumbeck's new storj on
First avenue and Ninth street.
(ieorge Jackson who rc.-ides in th.'
Ciaig house on Fifth street will tnov
into his new house on Ninth street.
The lunch car of the Hock Island
yards at Silvis has ciiangid hands and
the place has been put in charge i
Crier & Co. of Kansas City.
Mis.-es Huby and Esther Sumkvi
Over a f;oii of Arbuckles Ariosa
Coffee h roasted at a time, In a large
revolving cylinder, which drops the
coffee ihrouch heat again and again
until each bean is uniformly roasted.
yWb. other coffee is in' sitffi-cmAt-demand
to afford such
scieiitifiQ and perfect prepara
tion.'' The alei of Arbuckles' Ariosa
Coffee exceed the sales of all other
packaged coffeesNcomed, and thi3
scientific roasting; which no other
ceffes can at fori, by its very magni
tude, reduces our cost to a ixmiirniini,
and enables us, with our other advant
ages, to give better value in Arbuckles'
Ar !osa Coffee than 2s possible fer any
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee is
the cheapest good coffee in the
world, and the best of ail for
AHUUCIvLE nrtOS., Kaw York City.
A. V. Hollisler of Hampton was; vis
iiing old friends in Milan last week.
west Aesiut ten tiie nrst oi tt:e
week for a visit at ids home in Cauad i.
Joshua nmn ol near Andalusia i
visiting at the home of his brother
Miss Huth Nelson returned Wednes
day evening from a visit in Coal Vai
Mrs. Jonas ltownian ri turned t:i.
lust ol the week tiom a visit wiin
relatives in liishop Hill.
James Johnston returned J hursdav
from Champaign where lie is atleiidin
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lowell of Nc
Koclicile, .V 1 ., armed 1 uesday lor a
visit w ith the former's mot in r and sis
ter Mrs. lleecher and Mrs. Henry C'l
Hollo Smith has been laid up for see
oral days with an attack of lheuina
Miss Hester I'.herriiiger d' Hcvnohls
is visiting in r irieiid .miss .Mam
Mrs. Andy Weinberger of Soiuu
Heights, visited on Thursday wit!
friends in Milan.
Miss Harriet l'raning lefi the tir.-d o
the week for her home in Chicago.
Kii Post is ill at the home of his
Friends of Mrs. .1. H. CriswcII mei a
her home Thuisdav to heln her s--.'
carpet. Those present wire Mrs.
Oregon I'inkley andd daughter. Mi.-.
Wioiibt rger. Miss Jennie Fitzsimnious
and Mrs. Lizzie O'llare and daughter
in law Mrs. Joseph Crisweil. Mr-.
Ciiswi'll si ived dinner and supjier and
a pleasant lime was had by thos-c pres
Miss Margaret Dibbern and uuut
Mrs. H. A. Clevenstine left !a.-i week
for a visit in Chicago.
The Christian Kndcavor
the I'usbvterian church
monthly business meeiiug ;it
of Miss Mabelle lioultou on
Couldn't Use Tickets, Struck.
Twenty-live men employed by J. G.
White & Co., which has in charge th;
construction work of the merger com
pany in the three cities, went on
strike Saturday. The force was em
ployed at laying gas mains for tiie Peo
ples' Power company on Seven' h
street between Sixteenth and Seven
teenth avenues. The met went to
work at $2 a day. receiving $ 1 .90 and
two street car tickets. Thev were in
the habit, of walking to work and us
ing the tickets for themselves or nieai
bors of their families when necessarv.
Saturday, the men claim, a new sysie.n
was put in vogue, the tickets presented
to them being dated and good only fo
a specified day. Accordingly the men
Heads Turners. Louis Wiedemann
was elected to head the C.-G. tin
vereiu lor tin; coming year, lie suc
ceeds William Klllandt, who has bcm
president during the last year, and who
has done excellent work for the s
ciety during that time.
Deeres to Have Picnic. Deere & Co.
ollicials have definitely decided to giv-'
their employes the usual summer pic
nic again this year. Tin1 big event
will be held probably in July while (lie
shops are idle for inventory and re
pairs, and all plans are still in m
bryo. Colonel W. I). Wiiuan will have
the affair in charge and subcommit
tees will be named soon.
Obituary Record. Caroline, th--only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilerm. n
Ktihne, died Saturday at the hoim: of
her parents. Fifth avenue, after
a week's illness with scarlet fev r.
The little girl was s years of age, an i
had been attending St. Mary's paro
Cattle Steers. S:;..r.O
.and heifers, $2 to 5l.no
' t . ....
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 51c to Zoc; oats, lie
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $11:
proirie, $1:1 to $HI; clover, mixed, $1J
to ?l:i; straw, $7.50 to $S.
Coal Lump, bushel, 11! to lie; slack,
per bushel. 7 to Sc.
Wood Hard, per load, ?5 to $5-5u.
For the sake of justice to the alllie:
ed and lor the good 01 miniauuy, 11 .-
my right and duly to recommend Ho
lister's Hocky Mountain Tea. We nv
our country and our ienowmeu a amy.
Tea or Tablets, 115 cents. Harper
The practice of dating letters and
legal instruments "A. 1." was not in
troduced into L'ngland until the yea:
If You Want
to Gain Weight
Take a course of treatment with
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills and
watch the scales.
Mr. l:)bert Dildiue of 3 Ulster St.,
Waverly. X. Y.. tells the story of bis
return to health. itreiiKtli and normal
Weight ;is no one else t an tell it.
say.s: 'Some time ;iSo 1 sot a box of
Dr. A. V. (.'ba.si.'.s Nerve" Pills and when
1 say they have done nn- pood 1 can
hack up that statement by an increase
in weight form 12S to 144 pounds in
sixty days. When I hean to tike the
medicine I was all run down and it is
a wonder I kept at work at all could
not sleep aimetite Door anil when ;it
work il" I stooped over to nick un any
thing I would be .so dizzy for a few mo
ments I cc.uid seareely realize anything
i:id finally I had at tacks of s. v. re
lin around the rcirion of niv heart.
This condition lasted lor a lonir time
nd nothing pave me more than tem-loiaiy-relief
until I used Dr. A. V.
'hose's Nerve PiPs. Thev proved to
be. the true Nerve Force builder and it
is as a result of their use alone that.
od ay I feel as well and sound as ever
no trout k ef any kind, but hearty,
strong and vigorous in every way. Tbe
tire, to my mind, is a moFt rematk-
ibie one and one that .-dionM be made
known that others mnv benefit bv it."
0e a box at all dealers or Dr. A. V.
Chase Medicine Co.. Buffalo. X. Y.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Break Into the Home of Mrs.
Sneak thieves attempted to break in
to the home id' Mrs. Charlotte Gol '.
biiiith at Milan last night. They
mounted to the roof of the porch an 1
were trying to open a window wh"n
members of the family became aroused
ind irightened thorn away. 11 was
Mrs. Catherine Goldsmith, instead ot
Mrs. Charlotte Goldsmith whose wea
ling ring was recovered last week af
ter Ivmg buried 111 the yard ol h-.-r
home in Milan for o2 years.
An old sore or ulcer is only a symptom, an outlet for the impurities and
poisons which are in the blood, and as long as this vital fluid remains in
this impure, contaminated state the place will never heal. The application
of salves, washes, powders, etc., may cause the spot to scab over, but a fresh
outpouring: of diseased matter from the blood starts it ajrain, and thus it eoes
on, gradually growing worse and slowly affecting the entire health of the
sufferer. .There are many ways in which the blood becomes contaminated
and poisoned. A long spell of sickness breeds disease jrcrms in the svstera.
the failure of the eliminative members to remove the refuse and waste matter
of the bodv, the excessive use of mineral medicines in certain diseases, all
infect the blood with morbid matter and germs which sooner or later is man
ifested by a sore that refuses to heal. Persons with inherited blood taint are
-ery apt to be afflicted with sores and ulcers. The taint may lie dormant
during j'oung, vigorous life, but when middle age is reached or passed and
the natural energies begin to grow weaker, the tissues in some weak point
break down and a chronic sore 19 formed and kept open by the constant
drainage of impure matter from the blood. If the cause is not removed the
sore will continue to grow worse by eating deeper into the flesh, festering,
discharging, and slowly undermining the constitution. S. S. S. heals old
sores by going down to the very bottom of the trouble, driving out the
Impurities and building up the entire circulation, when S. S. S. has removed
the cause the blood becomes rich and healthy, the sore begins to heal, new
flesh is formed, and soon the place is cured. Do not depend on external
applications, which do not reach the blood, but begin the use of S. S. S. and
remove of the cause, and then the sore must heal. Book on Sores and Ulcers
and medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
HUGE FLOATING DRYDGCK.
Remarkable Features of Valuable Ac
quisition to British Navy.
In n few weeks there will lie launched
from a shipyard In Sunderland. F.ng-
land, whore she has been converted
from a liner, a unkpie vessel which
will bo a valuable acquisition to the
British navy. H. M. S. Cyclops is the
most complete repair ship or floating
dockyard in the world and is the out
come of an experiment made some time
ago, when an old cruiser was convert
ed into a repair fdilp at Portsmouth
and named Vnlcau, says the London
The Cyclops Is a vessel of 11.000
tons, and her dimensions are: Length,
400 feet; breadth, 55 feet; depth, 40
feet. The lowest deck Is fitted up ns a
complete foundry, with cupolas where
castings can bo made to replace dam
aged parts. Above is a boiler shop,
where boiler or ship plates can le fully
dealt with. Punching and shearing
machines are there just as in a ship
yard. Then there are carpenters.
blacksmiths and armorers' shops, fully
equipped fitting shops, electrical and
copper smithing departments.
A largo ice breaking plant is carried
and a st of gigantic condensers capa
ble of .supplying a whole fleet with
fresh wnter. A fully equipped elec
tricity generating plant is one of the
vessel's most remarkable features. The
Cyclops will have a full complement
of about T500 men, mainly artificers.
Chicago. ,Iune in. Following art
market quotations today:
duly, 17. :7 1 1-, hit";.
September, !!':.,. !t:'7i. I'T-'V'l !,"?
Dec lliber, l' l, lnl , ',i:i, ps' ,.
.inly, r,-s, ePo. r,::-.
Stptember, ."il',. ."il'j. .V!:,i. "iV,"4
December, ell',. i-T. ."U. aJ'i.
inly. -id'i. h; "m. 1 1 i'i.
September, ::.s:,i. :!T "T1
December :;$."";, , lis".
July. 1 (;.::.". n;.;:.". n;
September, 1 G . 1 r, . n;.
.July, D.un, y.no, s.sT.
September, U.17. ! 17
July, S.7.", s.77, s.711.
September, S.liu. s.'X,
Church Built In Volcano.
It seems like carrying the "Word ti
the very gates of the infernal regions
to build u church in a volcano, but
this is alwut what has liee-n done on
the island of Maui, writes a Honolulu
(Hawaii) correspondent of the New
York Herald. High on the slopes of Ila
loakala, the world's most gigantic cra
ter, there rests a tiny little church
built by the Episcopalians of Maui.
h, i; cattl
T.v:..- . ....1
iv-.enns ion;i. near. .; 1 ; corn.
;':I7; oats, ":!7; hogs, 511,111111, can!.
2'.KUi); sheep, 2". Hogs left ovei
Hog market opened weak to a shade
lower. Light. 1;.:::,; mixed and
butchers, G.lOtfi n'.;;.".; good heavy.
'n': -'I": rough heavy. .Wei il.H'.
Cattle market, opened weak to
Sheep market opened
Omaha. Hogs, ;. ;
Kansas City. Hogs,
Union Stock yards S:in ;t m.: H
market weak to r,c lower. Light. C..I0
(iit.'7t; mixed ami butchers. C.ltK; tl.:!
good heavy, 5.:W(S ti.117; rough heav
Cattle market weak to pie lower.
Reeves. -1.5'tfi (i.'iu ; cows ami heife.
.i.ri 1.U: Blockers and teeders. U.ia
Slice) market weak to 1 o(- lower.
Hog market (dosed w ak to ."e low 1
Light. C.Orift ll.L'7: mixed and butc:i
ers, t).tt."i(f( tl.27; good heavy, ."i.Snrt d.'i
rough heavy, r..Snfoi;.nn
Cattle market c losed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New ork, June l". I'oiiowing are
the quotations on the market today:
V. P. UK!, V. S. Steel preferred !S?,
U. S. Steel common "l-'ii, Kcadin
ln.".;, Kock Island preferred Id, Rock
During thu niht ol' May "2U tho water pipes burst
in an oft ice over tiie Cramptoii Book Store, caus
ing (iKEAT l)AMA(JE TO THE STOCK. As lease
does not protect us against this ami former
To last until July 1 has been
decided on : : : :
BOOKS OF EVERY KIND, MORE OR LESS DAMAGED BY WA
TER, CO AT A SMALL FRACTION OF FORMER COST. PERFECT
LY FRESH BOOK STOCK, ALL AT CUT PRICES, INCLUDING
STANDARD SETS, NEW FICTION, BIBLES, JUVENILE GIFT
BOOKS, COOK BOOKS, DICTIONARIES, ENCYCLOPEDIAS, ETC.,
FANCY GOODS, POCKET BOOKS, PICTURES AND PICTURE
FRAMING DISCOUNTED 20 PER CENT.
WALL PAPER. THIS STOCK IS COMPLETE
IN STYLE AND COLORING. EVERY WANT CAN
OUR PRESENT LOW PRICES ARE DISCOUNTED 20 PER CENT.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. AN EARLY CALL IS ADVISED.
Sale is now on. Don't delay
WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN
SLIPPERS, OXFORDS AND
SHOES, FROM LADIES' AND
GENTS' DOWN TO INFANTS'.
AND WE CAN SAVE YOU A
LITTLE MONEY TOO, OUR
PRICES ARE LOWER THAN g
50 cents Aint i
Much but It
is Worth Saving.
Book, Art and Wall Paper Store, 1719 2d Ave.
WE CARRY UNION MADi
TRY US FOR GOOD SHOES.
KOCK SLA ND-A L 70.V LINES.
via ( Peoria
Da equipment and elect rie lighted Pullmans Cafe Dining
cars Twentieth-century, up-t'j tlie ininuie service.
307 Brady St., or Rock Island Depot Davenport.
1S29 Second Av., or Rock Island Depots, Rock Island.
5 1605 Second Ave.
j Opposite Illinois Theater.
Money! Money! Money!
n ey t"
nv li i
m y t' p.iy
ley to im
1 1 1 v t" pa
r. ImiIi-Ikt. liindliird.
i;iy the li.il.iler mi viir 1 n in il ure
iikI n I" i i c t i i t i i pi.itios. hiirsi-s, 1
.nil full :itiiiiut ! li'.itt in (-.c.h.
it tin- lovi-st I'Mtcs iliel I'll tin- n
lin i.l.ji . U'M:il.li- iiniiiirii'S in
if; t ! rins.
ii i h trliiMl.
'- ;i rr;i iiii- iii-iit s iii si.- :iinl tine to suit ytnir
tr;ins;u t biisim ss in a I nr. iiiire .1 ml 1 1 H I
We will lo.in you iiny iimoiiiit today tomorrow
time. :it Hie lowest ra'cs, un the easiest lei ms, and savi
n l w' k
;i, Soiitiiein Pacific
'A, N. Y. Central IL!. Missouri Pa-.
ciHe 75"i. L. & S. 112-74. Smelters:
11S. C. P. I. 31, Canadian Pacific 1GS !
Penna 12ii, Erie 2::. T. C. I. VVjfy, 11. j
U. T. 5-1 -T,. IJ. & O. !."'.;. Afchismi S!',. I
Locomotive 51, Simar 121, St. Paul1
12S Vj, Copper HG'A. Sunt hern Hy. VJ.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Ibland, June Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's mar
Provisions and Produce. i
Live 'Poultry Spring chickens nic
n ninPfi hone rtti it wm 1 1 ft 11m
The church is atont 4,0tW feet up the ducks
per pound, a to P'c; turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9 to 10c. i
mountain side. Bishop RestarlcU, the
prelate for these islands, officiated nt
the opening of the church, but he was
unfortunately unable to dedicate, for
the church is not yet free Trom debt.
A Prompt, pleasant, good remedy
for coughs and colds is Kennedy's Lax
ative Cough Syrup. It contains no
opiates and does not constipate. Chil
dren like IL Sold by all druggists.
Butter Dairy, ISc to 20c.
Lard 10c to 11c.
Eggs Fresh, 15c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 50c to C0C.
Hogs Mixed. $5.50 to $C.00.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$3.73; lambs, $4.50 to $6.75.
Machine Shop and Au
In addition to our general ma
chine and repair shop, we have
added an "auto'' repair ! part
nieiit and put a competent nun
in charge who has had a tli'--ough
trainiug in that line. We
solicit a share of your work, and
guarantee satisfaction. Oar ma
chine shop is one if the largest
in this vicinity, and equipped
with the latest machines an 1
tools. Any contract or joa
work will have our best atten
tion and lowest price. No job
too small for us. We build
special machinery and assist iu
ventors in completing their
ideas. We build the Kuhnen
Stationary, Portable and Marine
Kuhner Engine and
303 to 30C Fourth street.
Rock Island, Hi.
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
Peoples National Bank Bldg. Telephone, Old Weil 122.
Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
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II. K. CASTIiEL L.
II. B. SIMMON.
('EXTRA L TRUST AXI) SAJ'IXGS RAXK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Sock, flOO,H)0. I'onr 1'rr trnt Intrrc.it I'nld oa llrposlta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVelle,
XL E. Casteel,
L, D. Mudge,
II. D. Mack.
M. S. Heagy,
II. B. Simmon,
II. II. Clearcland.
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
IL W. Tremann.
6 TRUST DEPARTMENT.
5? Kst.-ites and property of all kinds :tro munfiK'-d by this department.
j whi'-h iw kept entirely separate, from the nankins business of the c-otn-
j pany. We a' t as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
X Guardian and Conservator of Kstaies.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Kstates. General Financial Agent
g for Non-Residents, Women, Invalids, and others.