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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 18. 1007.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Settle on 60 Per Cent Basis. Tin -U-t
in Hankruiitcy ('. N. Voss lor
Drake Finnitiii ami t'aiT-t company.
; estenl.iy iit'ifiiu.im pivs m oil it; ;h"
board of supervisors, a n I it ion. askinz
lor pel misitn u i-etile with Couniv
AUoiney A. V. Hamann by i'k- ay
inent. of M ur cent of taxts claim--l
for this year on rh! hank nipt miick
The board will urtlouliicilly auihorixe
the county attorney to compromise '..n
Ihe above- baMs. While ;lu axe a;v
lor this year's, ic.iincs. tiny are v.ot
due and payable imiil next ear.
$50 Bull Pup Killed. l.ieuteiianr S.
II. Ames of ",'.) ;ain s.ti'ft-r u.(s ofi.-i-ed
$50 Saturday nis;ht for his b;;li pui.
Sunday nit;lii about l:'.'," o'clock it w.is
inn ovtr by an automobile and killed.
Furniture Firm Incorporates. Ar
ticles of incorporation foi the Oppe'
Spencer Furniture company have been
lileif in Ihe oltirc of t'ouniy Kcoidt i
Frank llolni by AMnif.v Waiit-r :1
J'eteisi n. Tin- company is capit jliz.-.l
will ens;aae in ihi- i;en
carjiet and house 1'iu
ss. They have secured
n v I tei .-t ii build;;: r
of cousi ruction on We
adjoinim' ih i' tiiiai ol-
was arrested for disturbing the peace
and when taken to the house of det.eu
lion and later to the police stai ion, used
the vilest profanity against, al! whom
he tut'. The anions of ihe girl ;v
stated K hive unveil tlie mother to
had; and while in mis eomlitijn siie
swallowotl th? deadly tmiK. abe
Obituary Record. Sunday at the
home, 11i9 West Second street, oc
curred the dentil of Henry Thee after
a long illness. He was born in (It-r-many
April 11. ls:!d. Since he was
ye.; is of a.vje he had been encased in
the butcher business.
Word has been received of the death
in California of Mrs. William Pi it- -,
daughter-in-law of the Hon. Hiram
1'iiie. The body will be brought here
Henry Slutt. one ot the oldest set
tlers of Scott count v. passed away
Sunday evening at the family homt
In nu ts imvili ol I ):i veimort He wns
S 1 years of aire.
At Mercy hospital Sunday morninr
occurred the dea'h of Mrs. Malinda A
Stearns. She was .".n years of age ami
had been a resident of Buffalo.
been living on a farm near Edgington.
to Albert Hintermeister of Andalusia
was solemnized at the home ot t lie
groom's parents Wednesday evening.
Andrew .Miller and family of St. .Jo
seph, Mo., have been visiting relatives
here for a week.
The concrete sidewalks have been
starteil and are progressing at a rapid
Mrs. Hen Adams and Miss Ethel
Lawson were passengers to Ilock Is
land Thursday morning.
at $'11.111111 ;uiil
a lease to tilt
now in rout -Third
lice building on the west,
Swallowed Carbolic Acid. Mr-.
Casey, a woman residing a' Ten'a
street ami (Irani! avenue, is at St.
Lukes' ho-pital as the result of takhi
a quantity ol carbolic acid Sutidtv
night. The police were called to the
Casey home on account of a disiuib
ance there an! Mr. Ca.-vy was lir.-;
taken to the house of il. t .-: I ! ui ami
1 1 om t hei e i t n..i t
to St. I. like'.-, htiM'.i
went to the C.i-ev home,
daughter. Hoia Casey. !l
find threatened in kill I in
an .itiiai c
l.eii a divio;
a I 7 ear oh'
w in a rac'
Mrs. Frost returned Iioiiip Sattirda;
from a two weeks' visit in (ialesburg.
Miss l.ibie Cliilin of Imglewootl 111
anived Friday to spend a couple ol
weeks wiih her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. O. Whan and daughter. Mis
Sadie, were in Kock Island Wednesday.
.loe Iiowset; and .Miss Anna llelilceu
U tt Saturday for alparaiso, 1ml., to
attend . hool ibis summer.
A brother of Mrs. Xewquist, east d'
town, is here from Nebraska for a
The marriage ,f Miss Lottie Rhode,
daugi'Kr of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Rhode, formerly residing near Cable,
but u iio have for the prist few years
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
Gives best results.
Reduces fuel ex
pense. A working1
flame at the touch
match. "Blue Flame" means the hottest flame
produced by any stove. The New Perfection
will make your work lighter. Will not over
heat the kitchen. Made in three sizes, with
one, two, and three burners. Every stove war
ranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our
Opie Mocker of Silvis spent Sunday
ai Ins home in Colchester.
Mrs. Frtie Scott. Miss Mae Shannon,
Kvelyn Mills, and (ilatlvs Sincox vis
iietl at the home of Mrs. K. Hell in
Rock Island Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Nichols and
daughter Myra were callers Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Hen 1-wis in Rtxd;
Mrs. F. L. Creene and Miss Hessk
Oomtiiho of Sireator. 111., are visiimg
at the home of Mrs. Dick Hell on Elev
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hull spent Satur
day ami Sunday with Mrs. Hull's par
ents Mr. ami Mrs. Lilian of Geneseo.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hull spent Sat
urday and Sunday at Atkinson with
Mrs. Hull's parents, Mr. ami Mrs.
Helen and Ralph Cowen arrived
Sunday from (ialesburg for a stay wilh
their grandmother, Mrs. Speade, on
Mr. and Mrs. Newsome from near
Galena are visiting Mr. Newsome's sis
ter. Mrs. .1. G. Leak ley.
Fd Hefl'ernan is ill with an attack of
Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Corning aud'chi'-
dren have departed for an extended
nip through the west. They expect to
visit many interesting points. Thev
o first to St. Raul, Minn., then to Spc-
luini'. Wasii.. where they will visit with
rtlaiivis. From Spokane thev go to
Portland. Ore. They will go to San
Francisco, thence to the Yosemite val
ley. They will visit Old and New Mex
ico. They expect to visit with friend-.
in Kl I'aso. Texas, and then come north
ward. Their trip will take about
Another in Firm. L. H. Gaylord,
who has been manager of Kd C nin,.t-
son s grocery at the corner ot l mi'i
avenue ami Nineteenth street, lias 'je-
come a member of the linn ami tie-
business name will hereafter be Cuinii-
son ft: liaylonl.
Morgan to Leave. Major K. E. Mor
gan, one of the oldest ami most prom
inent real estate dealers in the city of
Moline has practically decided to cast
his lot in a few months in the far soma
He and his wife have just, return.
from an extended tour of lexas. N"-v
Mexico and Mexico and are delighted
with the territory. While Mr. Morgan
has not definitely completed his plan:
for removal, it is highly probable th.it
he will locate some place in Texas.
commencement exercises at Port By
Johtt Johnson and wife of Lincoln.
Neb. were visitors at the home of
Clans Lundquist the past week.
A swarm of bees on r irs-.t avenu.?
near Tenth strt. caused quite a litt.lt
excitement one dav last week. Thev
filled the room at the Central Union
telephone orac making tilings quoe
lively for a few minutes. They we
captuied by Marshal Ted Anderson.
of the U
Mi's. Ed Wainwright of 7.uma town
snip was transacting business lu te
Mrs. James Allsbrow was in Daven
port Friday visiting with reh'tives.
The ladies of the Thimble Hee c!m")
Fruit company incorporates. I ae
secretary of state has issued a license
to incorporate to the Lagomarcin -
Grime comnanv of Hurlingtoti, Iowa,
with a capital stock of $2.".i'iii. The
cation in Illinois is Moline. ami ta '
capital stock in this state is $ 1 2.hi.
Wants Quarantine Lifted. .1. 1'
Huncker. a Silvis employe residing
Twenty-third si.ret. and Fil'ih aveiiii
who has been tiuaraiitined since Mav
T with smallpox, has sought the set
ices of a lawver to learn why city of
ficials do not remove the quaraltiLi'
now that he has recovered irom in
Obituary Record. Mrs. H dt F. Hy-
ram. torinoiiy .Miss Grace .Nellie .A
derson of Moline died at her homi
four miles south of Abingdon. 111. Sai
unlay, June ir. She was born in M
line Dec. L'H. l.vT. The deceased ha
spent her early life in Moline. As h
parents had both died a number oi
vears ago. she mane her home w;tli ;.i:
uncle. Oscar Samuels, in tins ci'y.
Her father died June 0. 1S!:.. and h
mother March . 1 !"'. On March 2 t,
l!m'. she was united in marriage to
Bolt F. Hyram of Abingdo.i. the ce
inony having laken place at that cit
On June 2 a liiile son came into th
familv to brighten un the home. About
a week after the advent of the hah
the mother became verv ill and gre
worse until death claimed lr
Emil Wold, for a king lime employ
ed at pattern maker at ihe Deere
gives a clear, steady light. Fitted with
latest improved burner. Made of brass
throughout and beautifully nickeled.
Every lamp warranted. Suitable forlibrary,
dining-room, parlor or bedroom. If not at
your dealer's, write to our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
We Loan Money to Anyone
r what your eireum: ta uees
want, :oilth only security
ists. wagons, or anything of
N. matter who you ai t. win re
may lie. we will loan you all tlie i
we ask is that you own furnituri
Our rat. s and terms ore so reasonable that hundreds of people in the
tri-eities are taking advantage ol our "iay as you tan plan." ami today
are enioviiiK I hat com fori a hie feeling and a clear conscience.
Don't lesitale call today and let us explain our plan it's the only
"square d.-al" ever offered to people with limited means.
Henieuiher. you can always gel cash here.
were entertained last week by Mrs. H.l
.ludd Wainwright of Zuma was here1
Mr.--. C. O. Hodgson was in Daven
port Friday evening attending lv
graduating exercises of tli. Brown's
Business college, given at the opeivi
house. Mr. Hodgsan was a member
The members of the Firvt f'ongio
gational church of Moline held their
ifgular annual picnic Friday on Camp
Miss Cora Polsley returned hom
Saturday from a two weeks' vacati ci
in Clarinda. Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Koseoe Trout of Citile
burg who have been spending a few
days here with Mrs. Trout's parents r-.
turned home Sunday evening.
Miss Vera Hinrichsen of Moline
spent over Sun. lay here with her grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Ebeling.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kitchen employes
of the hospital left Sunday evening it.
enjoy a two weeks' vacation with rela
tives iiv ML Pleasant, Iowa.
Mrs. O. W. Lundell of Chicago, wlio
has been here visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Axelson. left for a
visit, in Fairfield, Iowa.
The Misses Amanda and Alma Swan
son who have been in Chicago the past
sevetiil months returned to their home
Miss Eva Noelsch of .Jackson vii'e.
who has been here visiting with her
cousin George Direen has returned
Charles Warner and wife of Dav; n
port spent. Sunday with the latter s
mother. Mrs. Mc Hayes.
Joseph Anderson 4111..I family of
Wake. III. spent Sunday here with E
Peterson and family.
j Fifth avenue Satnic
- t years ol age and
dent of Illinois
MUTUAL LOAN CO
Peoples National Bank Bldg. Telephone, Old West 122.
Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
3 Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
HOCK IS LAX I) SstriXGS liAXK.
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent interest Paid on De
posits. Money leaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier,
Began the business July 2. 1S70
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
II. P. Hull, '
E. W. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst-
1 When your Watch Stops
2 Yon cannot make it go by shaking it. Z
u nen the bowels are
constipated you can 9
disturb them with 2
cathartics but, like
the watch, they will J
not be able to do 2
their allotted work
until they are put
into proper condi
tion to do it.
One cannot mend
a delicate piece of
mechanism by vio
lent methods, and
no machine made by man is as fine
as the human body.
The use of ntils. salts, castor-oil
and strong cathartic medicines is
the violent method. The use of
J the herb tonic laxative, J
I Lane's Family I
is the method adopted by intelli
Headache, backache, indigestion,
constipation, skin diseases all are
benefited immediately bv the use
of this medicine. J
Druggists sel it at 25c. and 50c.
Mansiir comnanv. died at his home. L'u
lav night. He wa
was horn in C'hri
He had been a res:
for 2S years.
leys, son of Mr. and Mr
August Chteys. died at the city ho
niial Sundav. Death followed a two
weeks' illnt ss with ulceration of ill
brain. The child was horn in Molir
Mans Alfred Clements, well knnw.i
and nighlv respected citizen ot w a liter
station, tniered into his rest Sunday
evening at his home oil ! on y-six'h
street. He was horn in Sweden. Mart a
1. lS-ttl and came to America in 1
He settled in Aiidover and followed
the pursuit ot tanning until 1. years
ago. when he came 10 Moline. The
deceased was employed for a nunun r
of ytars at Dimock (Jouhls.
liarciai t.orueies died at tlie city hos
pital Siinuay nighi at ll:4u o clock af
ter four days' illness with appendicitis.
He was born in Helgiiiin, .Ian. IN
and hail been in Moline a year.
Thomas Tink ami family of Dumter
line are visiting Mrs. Tink's parents
Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Morgan.
Mrs. John Wilson of I'reemptio.i
visited with Mrs. William (Jibson Fii-
Miss isclle Stevens oL Molm is vis
ting wiiit ner parents. Air. ami .Mrs.
John Williams of Williamsbii.
Iowa wan shaking hands with oh!
triends 111 laid" and Sherranl ! inlay
ami Saturday.. He returned to his
.MIS. l-owier ol lies -Mo'IieS. he.V.l
who has been slaying the last week
with her moth"r Mrs. Charles Simmoj
who has been very sick, has retinue
10 her home.
.miss .-ua .uhiv returned Home r 1 1-
iy evening alter a visit ot two weei-.s
111 Milan and Kock Island.
The baseball learn went to Coal Y.f.
ley Sunday to plav hall. The Coal
lev team won.
ihe mines are shut down lor two ot
three tiavs on account ol an accident 1
to the machine!' v.
loan land(ui:-:l and family of Rock
Island visiieti a: tlie Allev home Sun
day returning home Moiidav.
ignite a number of tins vicinity at
tended ihe children s ext rcises ar
ISeulaui chinch Sundav.
lames Gibson of Iv-s Moines arri
eil sundav evning for a vi:-!l wit;
his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. William
Gibson, He is working on the railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Farrow hav.
soni ine restaurant business 10
Mrs. Mary Kvans, she having tak.-i
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller of S;
Joseph. Mo. ar- visiting with relativ
and friends in Cable and Sherranl. Mi-
Miller will return soon. Thev i.ileie
to move to Kansas Citv.
Mrs. George Law son of Cable passed
thiougli here SuntU'v and visited with
Mrs. James Harsha of Sunny Hill Sun
Paul and K'la Mangt-rson of Rock
Island are visiting with their gramlni 1
Mrs. Mangt tson for the summer.
Kd Dna.ielson w as in Peoria la :t
wet k attending a meeting of the Siati
.Mrs. rainier sinc-ox ami children an
Airs-, i-.nzaoetn lien are visiimg in Sil
vis ami the tri-citits for a ft-w riav
i-'iank (.iter and family were in Mt
line last week visiting.
He Fired the Stick.
"I have fired the walking-stick I
carried over -in years, on account of n
sore that resisted every kind of treat
nient, until I tried Rncklen's Arnica
Salve; that has healed the sore am!
made me a happy man." writes John
Garrett, of North Mills, X. C. Guaran
teed for Piles, Hums, etc., by V. T.
Hartz. druggist. Ilui Twentieth stieet:
Mrs. Meatier entertained' her Sumla
school class with a picnic, on Camp
hell's island Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Poole ot Xe.v
Shops addition have a baby girl.
J. H. Howard who was taken violent
ly ill Saturday evening is aide to be
Miss Swagner of Port IJyi-oii was an
Kast Moline caller Monday.
Milt Pershing was in Cable la t
Adahmer Hughe who has been em
ployed by A. R. Cox At Son has ac
cepted a position in the Ilelgian meat
Addie Cartwright of Dwight. 111. vis
itetl her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
Cartwright Thursday anil Friday and
left Saturday evening for Killing. Kas.
She was accompanied from here i,y
her cousin Hilliard Cartwright.
Mr. Fritchie and son Clark left Sat
urday evening for a two weeks' visit at
Denver and Freeport, Neb.
Rev. Mr. Harris has returned from
a visit to his old home in Michigan.
He brought his little girl who ha 1
seen spending the winter there, home.
Mrs. Ida Beasley. night operator at
the Central Union Telephone office, left
Monday evening for a two weeks' stay
it W'oodhull and Galva.
Third avemie is being greatly in -roved
by soveial blocks of concrete
Roy Minier of Trenton, Mo. spent
Sunday with friends.
The Indies' union will meet this
-eek with Mrs. W'iltamuth.
Mrs. Moader was a visitor at Hamp
Mrs. McCloskey who has been 50
.ery ill is report ed better.
Mr. and Mrs. Max W'iltamuth spent
sunday at Geneseo.
Mrs. Pershing who has been visiting
n Omaha the past month returned
Dr. and Mrs. Sensibatigh attended
Makes Work Easier.
Rock Island People Are Pleased to
Learn How it is Done.
It's pretty hard to attend to duties
With a constantly aching hack;
With annoying urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills make woik
They cure backache.
They cure every kidney ill.
Arthur lodger. .V! Twentieih street.
Rock Island. III., says: "I have known
what it is to suffer from kidney 1 rou
ble, and for the benefit of those who
may be troubled as I was. I want to
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a
sure and safe cure for the very worst
cases. For many years I was (rouble 1
with a dull aching sensation through
my back. I paid little attention to it
for some time, but it did not go awa'
but kept get in.g worse. My woik ca'ls
tor considerable stooping, and whei-i
ever I would stoop 1 would suffer se
vere shooting pains across the stnn l
of my back on arising. This continued
for some time and one day it got -,o
severe I had to give up my work and
go home. The pains ami aches grew
steadily worse, accompanied by a to.
frequent passage of the kidney secre
tions which was very annoying, partic
ularly at night, as it broke up my rest.
I sent for a doctor and he gave m?
medicine, but it did no good. Doan's
Kidney Pills were recommended to ;
by a friend and I procured a Imix at. the
Harper house pharmacy. I was sur
prised at the quick results. They ha 1
immediate effect. I continued taking
them for a few weeks, and was at my
work again. The pains had left ui-i
and the passages of the kidney secre
tions became normal. I can heartily
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for
anyone suffering from similar trou
bles." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milbnrn company Buffalo. Xew
York, sole agents for theT.'nited States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Prlca 50c. At All Desert.
from the same physical disturbances,
and the nature of their duties, ia
many cases, quickly drift them into
the horrors of all kinds of female
complaints, organic troubles, ulcera
tion, falling and displaceiuentb, or
perhaps irregularity or suppression
causing backache, nervousness, ir
ritability, and sleeplessness.
Women everywhere bhould re
member that the medicine that holds
the record for the largest number of
actual cures of female ills is
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from simple native root and herbs. For more than thirty years
it has been helping women to be strong, regulating the functions per
fectly and overcoming pain. It has also proved itself invaluable in pre
paring for child birth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. A. M. Hagermanu, of Ray Shore. L. I., writes : Dear Mr.
Pinkham: "I suffered from a displacement, excessive and painful
fuuetious so that I had to lie down or sit still most of the time.
Lvdia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman so
that I am able tot attend to my duties. 1 wish every suffering- woman
would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief
it will give them."
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write
Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Mass. for advice She is the Mrs. Pinkham who
has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty
vears. ami before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lvdia E. Pink
ham in advising. Therefore she is especially well qualified to guiae
women back to health.
Why Don't You Ask
For What You Want
As long as you buy cigars in the old indifferent
guess-work way of taking whatever is handed
out to you just so long will you pay for fre
Why don't you ask for what you want ?
Don't guess which is the best cigar and don't
let anyone guess for you.
You can be sure. The better kinds of cigars
are all distinguishable by the "Triangle A"
mark of merit on the box. v
"Triangle A" brands are unmistakably
superior in all smoking qualities in aromatic
fragrance, smooth, uniform blend and absolute
cleanness to cigars made the old way and
"Triangle A" brands are the only cigars made
the new way. '
There are many Triangle A" brands
of many different names, different blends, dif
ferent shapes and different prices to suit different
tastes. The "Triangle A" is a guarantee that
covers them all it distinguishes the superior
'product of our new scientific manufacturing
No better proof of our claims could be offered
than is found in the wonderfully improved
The New CREMO
which represents the best quality that can be
produced and sold for five cents it proves every
claim we make for cigars sold under the
' Every box is extra-wi-apped in glassine aperf sealed
to maintain perfect smoking condition and cleanliness
until the box is opened.
AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
DO IT 1
A tooth tilled
in tim saves
not only tho
tootli, hut un
1 . .:,-v s-.-v
A tooth saved in your
"It Don't Hurt a Bit.'
If Dr. Martin Does
1715 Second Ave.
Over The London
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