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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JUXE 27. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Old Officer Resigns. Police Officer
John Gainey, the oldest member on th.i
force in length of service, has resigned
to take effect July 1. Mr. Gainey lias
been actively identified with ihe police
force uf Davenport for marly 25 year.
Veterinarian Under Arrest. A. G.
Feers, a veterinary surgeon, wan ar
rested yesterday afternoon on com
plaint of Adolph Ott. who charges him
with practicing without a license. The
case will he heard before .Magistrate
Roddewig Saturday morning.
Still in River. The body of William
Rlock of Davenport, who was drowned
Monday night by falling from a skid'
into the river near Smith's island, has
4th of July
6 BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6
Augmented With the Masodin
20 BIG SHOWS 20
8 FREE ACTS 8
2 BANDS 2
Grand Electrical Display Nightly.
Superb Band Concerts and Parades
BIGGER, BETTER AND GRAND
ER THAN EVER.
Corner Twenty-fifth Street and
not yet been recovered. It is stated
deceased leaves two brothers, one at
Taylor Falls. Wis., and the other in
Sunday School Workers Meet. With
a big chorus in charge of Charles II.
Gabriel, author of the "Glory Song,"
hading the singing, and prominent
workcis from all parts of the state and
speakers from all parts of the country
in at if nd:mce, the -12nd annual conven
tion of the Iowa Sabbath School asso
ciation opened in St. John's Methodist
church yesterday afternoon. Greetings
from the stale president and local work
ers were followed by a presentation of
the primary work in Sunday schools by
Mrs. J. ". Harnes of Newark. X. J., and
of the A. 1!. ( D. moement by And
rew Stephenson of Chicago. 111. Tho
convention lai-ts through Friday. This
a ft rnoon ai -1::'.0 a steamboat ride will
interrupt the sessions.
Florists to Picnic. The regular
monthly moiling of the Tri-City Flor
ists' assoeitw ion was held Tuesday ev
ening at Ihe home of Kwoldt Uroihers
0:1 the Cemetery road. Nearly every
member of the association was present
and ino?t ol iae evening was devoted
in a social time. The committee in
charge of ihe annual picnic reported.
The event will he hold July 11 at Black
Hawk Watch Tower and a program of
sports and other amusements will b.
carried out. A baseball game will b
the feature with the nun. The com
mince in charge consists of Fmil
I'm hm of Davenport, and John Staack
and Homy Gaetnje of Kock Island an
Obituary Record. Word lias been
received of the death in Manning
Iowa, of Albert Puck, a native and for
mer resident of Scott county. Mr. Puck
was horn here April 1st;::, and at
tended school in Davenport for sonu
vcars. In lv-'l he was mairied to Mi.-s
Cartie Stoltcnbt fg. and, with her, mov
ed to a farm on mile north of Man
mug. which lie worked until tour years
age. at which time he became cashier
o!' ihe German Savings bank of Man
1-roni Cedar Kapels comes the news
lot" the death of Mrs. Joseph K. Mot
i combo, wife of a former Davenporter
who. as historian of the Iowa grand
io-dno. is known thioughotti the state
Mrs. Morcombo died Tuesday evenin
after an illness of several weeks from
ed at Hillsdale for illegally selling li-'
quor, waived examination in the ioi-
ral court at Peoria and was locked up
on inability to iurnisli $L'tMt bail. i
I Picnic Saturday. Members of the
ARE MARRIED AT MUSCATINE Moline club are all hoping for a ch ar
day Satin day, for they are having their
annual picnic at Campbell's island that
The greatest in the market today are
The new Steinways at the new
scaleof pricespresunt values that
are entirely unapproached. No
other instrument offers such
quality and no other will keep
your investment so safe. You
. owe it to yourself to study our
proposition, which is within the
reach of any well-to-do family.
A Stein way means a life-time of
Also at the present time an un
usually large number of
in perfect order at low prices, and
practically as good ns new at most
attractive'tigttres. Write today for
Portfolio o World's Artists," con
taining 170 photographs, free.
With it we will also send you full
information in regard to prices,
terms of payment, etc.
Pianos Sold Everywhere
Freight Usually About $5.00
Steinway & Sons
107 E,. 14th Street
New York City
Martin Stinson and Miss Nellie M.'
Seiber of This County, United.
Muscatine. J une . Martin Stinson
and Miss Nellie M. Seiber, both of Hock
Island county, were married at the
home of Mr. Si bison's sister. Mrs. Isa
helle Milholin. lU'li Logan street, at 11
o'clock yesterday morning. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. J. N. El
liott of the Presbyterian cli'irch. The
couple were attended by Dow Ripley
mil Miss Delia Heeding of Hock Island
county. Alter the service, the party.
with a few other friends who were
piesent. sat down to a wedding dinner
provided by Mrs. Milholin. Mrs. Stin-
son is the (laughter of the late Jacob
Seiber, one of the pionihient farmers
of Keck Island countv. and the collide
will go to housekeeping at once on the
Mrs. Mary Leipiatte f Chicago re
turned to her home Mondav after vis
iting a week at this place with re! i-
lives. Her youngest son linree gradu
ated at Chicago Wednesday evening.
Mrs. CharUs Spick'.er and daughters
Gertrude and Zyphcr of Milan return-
to thtir lion: Tuesday after hav
ing spent several nays at the home '-'
Mr. and Mis. John Zollner.
Mrs. P.. Whaley returned to lu r
home in Mont :unia Saturn. iv after a
lit i t f visit with telatives here.
Miss Jessie liondle accompanied
Mrs. It. Whalev to her homo in Mon
tezuma to vi.Mt and attend school.
The Misses Agnes and Alice Gillett
silent sunuav in kock island wnn
their sister Mis. Karl I'lankcuburg.
The Misses Lilly and lies.-de Work
man em named at dinner Sunday tie
Misses IV. u! Watson. Rica and Kill
Keller, Kthe! Foster and Arizona Wat
son. Delia Ilowser, Ida Water and Itess'.e
spent Sunday with Mild it d
Repairing Paving. After many
months of dissatisfaction on the part
of propei ty owners on Fourteenth
street, the Barber Asphalt company has
se u fit to repair the work of a few
ears ago when the hill was paved with
asphalt. A few months after the pav
ing had been iaid, holes appeared at
various places along the hill, and now
the si reel is in such condition that, it
is almost dangerous to drive down uie
street. Yesterday a force ol workmen
employed by the paving company start
ed work to repair the street anil put
it in tirst class condition again.
Seek Waterworks. The first step to
ward the creation of a city water sup
ply was taken by the Hast Moline eiiy
council in special meeting Tuesday ev
ening, when the appi opriat ion ordin
ance for the coining year was passed.
The budget was mad to include .l.ufio
to be expended toward providing city
waterworks. It was the idea of the
council in making this appropriation
that the preliminarv steps toward this
end could be taken with tin appropria
tion of this si.e. It is probable that
during the year a site suitable for the
erection of a pumping station will be
purchased. A committee was not ap
pointed to handle this fund, but it will
be used at the discretion of tiie entir
Huntinq for Boy. Dr. Hanson of
SiKis has asked the indite to search
or fii-: r.l- car-old nepnew, iioorge I ri
isent from his
iov ha heen ti
and two week
not been hear
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took paico Monday evening at
the Methodist parsonage whin Miss
Madeline Knight Walters ami Arthu
.c-eer Cti-we J w r united m mar
iage. the bride's faiher. llev. C. II
alters, peMormihg the ceremony
I'he house was beautifully decorated in
he widding colors, pink and white.
U s o'clock the bridal party descender!
he : tairs to the strains of the wedding
narch by Mr. Wylie of Rock Island.
The bride and gtoem. and maid of hon
r. Miss Mae Ciisweil, sister of the
;room. and best man. William Walters,
uisscd beneath an arch of roses held in
lace by the bridesmaids, the Misses
lanmih Fitzpatrick. Craeo Weaver,
leva I'.ownian. Neilie Harris, Lulu
lont gomory, and Mrs. George Trabold,
o the altar of palms and ferns, where
lie he tint if nl ring service was impros
tv ly read by Rev. Mr. Walters. Af-
r congratulations, a dainty lap supper
as served. The couple left on a late
rain amid showers of lice for Rock Is
tnd. where ihe groom has furnished i
ome at inn:! Fourteenth-and-a-half
trect. The bride is an accomplished
nd attractive young lady, who litis
on many friends since coming here
oni tile oast several months ago. The
room is a son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. K.
riswell of 'his place, and was cduca
d ami grew to manhood in Milan. He
-i now employed at Hartz & Itahnsen's
holesa'K 'drug house. The bride's giftnto
he maid of honor and bridesmaids were
old brooches set with broken pearls,
he groom's gift to his best man was
! scarf pin of the same design. The
oung couple have a host of friends
ho join in wishing them a happy an 1
Miss Rosie Marshall of Ilriar Bluff is
isiting relatives in Milan.
Miss Elizabeth Whitsett returned
"inlay from a visit in Preemption.
Mrs. Silas Strickland and little son
lov returned Thursday from a two
.-eeks' visit in the east.
(. M. Ilaugh of Cambridge is visiting
'lends in Milan this week.
.1. W. Dortnan of Warner Station vis
ed at the home of his son Ilyrd in Mi
ni the last of the week.
The Misses Montgomery of Rock Is
old were Milan visitors Friday.
Silas Strickland, Jr., who is employ
d in Kansas City, visited a few days
tst week at the parental home in
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
yterian church met at the home of
Irs. Henry Cullen. Mr. Cullen's hroth-
r from New York, who is an artist of
ote, exhibited a number of painting:,
vhich were highly appreciated by all
resent. Refreshments were served by
Irs. Alex Medill and Mrs. Cullen.
S Mrs. Ryrd Dorman and little son Clif-
ord, and Mrs. Dorman 's sister, Miss
osie Marshall, left Tuesday for a visit
Ih Briar Bluff.
) Held in Peoria Jail.
"Yankee Robinson, who was arrest
John Anderson of Mihi'i speni
day at the home of his parints Mi
Mrs. A. Anderson.
The luncheon at Mrs. J. Fo.-tet':
well patioii'zed there wore ovc r
present. The next lunciiton will
servo! at Mrs. A. (). "Wurman's July
Mr. Yeader is repairing the No
who has been
Along a New Line
TODAY THE GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN FARMING, IN CATTLE RAIS
ING, IN TIMBER AND IN COMMERCIAL LINES ARE IN THE COUNTR
AND IN TOWNS ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST EXTENSION OF THE
Milwaukee . St. Paul
IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE A TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE HAS
BEEN BUILT. IT WILL PROBABLY BE A LONGER TIME ATTER THE
COMPLETION OF THIS ONE BEFORE ANOTHER ONE IS EUILT. 'T
IS WORTH YOUR WHILE TO INVESTIGATE THESE OPENINGS. THI3
YOU CAN BEST DO BY A PERSONAL VISIT. SUCH A TRIP IS MADE
INEXPENSIVE BY THE LOW RATES VIA THIS RAILWAY TO
South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana,
If you ale illtole sti
ter and descripthe
d. wiiir for info! ii' Mioii, asking
Look and in . p ui 1 be ; cut by
let ui u mail.
Ira Roberts of Rook Island spent
from Friday till Monday with his pan
dits. Mr. and Mrs. S. I-:. Roberts.
Charles Roberts and family ami Mr.
and Mrs. Gooigo l.athrope of Nebraska
spent Wednesday at D. I.. I'arinnf er'-.
Mr. and Mrs. George l.athrope lefi
Monday afternoon for Iowa to visit
their sister, after a few weeks lure
W. K. I'armenier returned home Mon
day evening fmm a few days' stay with
his son Ray of Gilman. Iowa.
two weeks. The
with tlie doctor
It home and has
liom since. His failure to return cans.
d some alarm and the aid of the police
has been solicited. The boy is six feet
Goddard-Stelk. Miss Dorothy Ste.k.
daughter of Mr. and Mr--. H. W. Su lk,
was married ye.-terday a; 11 o'clock to
Jay L. (loddard of Davenport. The
ceremony was performed ;-t ihe Firs:
Congregational paisonageby Rev. Paul
W. Brown. Following a breakfast and
coed wishes Mr. and Mrs. God, lard do
parted on the 1 : IT) train for Denver
and oilier western points.
Clark-Schillinger. At hich tinmi yes
terday the tioth of Mis R becca Schil
linger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Schillinger. and Albert I.. Clark of Free
port was plighted. Dr. F. H. Rurrell
of Christ Episcopal church was the of
ficiating clergyman, and the full Epis
copal service was used. The nuptials
were only witnessed hy tlie miniediat
relatives anil took place ;n me urnie s
home. !:!- Eighth sii.-et. The bridal
couple b'f! for Freepot ; at :!::'.o o'clock.
ind will be at home to i!;eir friends at
ST Lincoln avenue after Aug. 1.
Obituary Record. Doth relieved th'
prolonged sufferings of Peter Hokin
son. one of tin highlv respected and
well known Swedish residents of th
city, Tuesday night a' his horn. 42
Ninth street. The cause of death wa
creeping paralysis. .Mr. Ilokiuson wa-
boni in Sweden Jinn 2:1. lll'.i. and set
tled in Moline in 1 ;.", coming direct
from the old country. This city has
been his home ever since. The follow-
LttMt Photo of Mrt. Gtrvaii Oribiua.
Do Yoss Knovj
Red HairesS Pscpio
The thick skin tana, turns ytHow or brown. Tlio
Bun and wind gradually harden the cuticto and
turn the pigment in the skin darker and darker:
but because of the r"si.tant qualities of such a
1 skin, its thirkne-sa and oiliness. the eun does not
I burn it quickly enough to cause it to blister.
When the skin burns red, tlister3 and prels o(T.
j it is because it is a thin, dry skin. When the skin
wrinkles, it 13 because it is too dry, and tho ekin
tissues aro not plump and firm.
When the skin freckles it is because it is thin.
and the possessor h:i3 a Krc.it dual of iron in
the blood. Ked-haired people freckle very easily,
and the iron in the blood is largely responsible for
both the red hair and the freckles.
Did you know that a freckle in but iron rust?
The chemical action of the sun's rays corrodes tho
iron in the little spots in the pigment, making a
brown spot or otain, which we call a freckle.
tan, sunburn wrinkles and all imperfections of
the skin by supplying the oils necessary to keep
the skin soft and smooth, and the oil cells and
pores healthy. It feeds the skin tissues, making
the skin plump, firm and velvety.
Ask Your Deales
For a SOo Jan
If he does not keep it,
write to me telling me his
name, and I will cither send
you a jar. prepaid at th&
same price (50c) or, I will
(rive you the name of some
other dealer in your city
from whom you can buy
Mrs.' Gervaise Graham, Chicago.
Mnir, oi ping TUt Preparations.
F. A. MILLER,
General Passenger Agent,
home Titosdav afternoon.
M:ti.-ha'd of Abir.g-loa. stati
the society was pfe-ell!
very ph a.-!ng talk on the
hy ihe organization. The e
d w. re: I'residi at. Mi -vice
president, Mrs. I". M.
A. 1!. Cox
mil ga.e ;
llice: s . !, ei
Scot i ; si "
II. YY. Hiil; eorte.-pondin';'
Mrs. I.Ioyd: Measure!, Mr..
About i'.!i"cli ladies w-:e
I'lie holies decided lo meet
Tuesday, July with
Mrs Dick D-d!, at her
Mrs. Kumst y and daughter
cauo are visiting ai ihe home
Uunisey on 1'ourteenth street.
Mrs. Frank l-'ieisclnnatin who
"uome on Kb
ol" T. J
Pickno s i.
r.oxt tu impossible if you keep
Liver and It'iwel? In pi rtect
r with an occa&ioiial coxo of
ing children survive:
niia, August, William,
Mrs. A. C. Antletson.
wile callers at
ssje Lewis S'lU-
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Mr S. II. HoMen. No. IS-l'i Cas Ave
Gr.uid Kupids. Midi., ssys: "I have for
yours Vi.vn subj--t to stuircishnos of thr
liver nnil roiis'ipiitinn. ihe kmneys vvrro also
Inactive and (-au.cd in a uri ;it ileal f pain
across my loins. I pot s.ii:p of lr. A. V
'liae' Kiihu-y-I.lvcr Tills and they cured
tlie Inaciivily ot the organs raiuillv loci
ea.ly. I would not te wOhout tht-m." l?r.
n tiox at all dealers. Wri'e fur n free sample
A. W. Chase Medicine Co., U'lfl.do. N. Y.
Tor Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Mrs. Unity Si raver is ill.
.Mrs. Ethel Vanhs. who has boj.i
ill at the home ot lu r motlnr. Mrs.
Ilessie Li'wis. is rapidly improving.
Mrs. H. II. Cowlcs was a busine--s
call r in Moline and Kock Island
Misses Kiinieo tind
of South Kock Island
the home of Mrs. Ik
Paul Loose entertained a few ind
male friends Mondav (Veiling at tli-
honie of James Shannon on Klovenr.i
Mrs. ("I forge l'ennell was a caller in
tin twin-cities Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cowles who
make their home with Mr. and Mr.-.
James Shannon on Kloveuth street.
have a charming new home on Four
Ora l'ennell who has been visit in-;
his brother George renin II on Elev
enth street returned yesterday to his
home in Joslin.
(!. J. Smith who has been in the Da
kotas for the past week on business
returned to his home on Thirteenth
rs. Cieisenhagen spent Monday i i
The Ladies' Aid society of the Silvis
Baptist church will give a calande"
Fociable next Friday evtning at tho
home of Mrs. T. .1. Kumsey on Four
teenth street. A special feature of the
evening's entertainmrnt will be eacn
member's account of how she earned a
dollar pledged to the society in the
spring. Lemonade and cake will !;
Mrs. A. 15. Cox entertained tlie
members of the V. C. T. U. at her
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A FOURTH OF JULY TREAT
it s - 14 -1 iircsi '.ii
Jlorious 1" von. 1 cumparo is the scenery. tl;- climate and th opportunities
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