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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Corn Products Officers Here. A p k
ty consisting of Mcssers. dishing, Mer
it!, Anderson, Waller and Ceotce K.
C'liamberla'n, are in the city loolciv.s;
over the J )nveiiort plant of the Coin
J 'rod nets company. The memb'.TS of
I ho party have tin.' active ninnageiiieal
of all Ihe plains- of the Corn Product.-
company in America and are the Cl:i
co:.e magnates of the country Mr.
dishing has his headquarters in N"V
York and is the eastern innnagcr :.d
tlie concern, while Mr. Cliamhei lain is
the general superintendent and nia.i
ager of the weMetn plants of the .,
gunizatinn. with In adqu iners in Chi
cago. .1. .1. Meliil of the nar'y, is th ;
general manager of the Coin Products
company, while Messrs. Anderson and
Waller are the head dr.iughtMiian and
head photographer of the company.
Will Leave Church. The olVicia!
hoard of the First Christian church o
Davenport has acted with reluctance
on the tesignat ion of Ihe pastor of the
church. Hev. A. Martin, and Mr. Mar
tin's resolution to h-ave tlie local pa -toiate
.1 .tit. 1 next, and entt r the ge!.-
ral evangelistic wort; of til" church,
to which he has felt strongly calle 1
tor some time, will be announced t
the congregation Sunday. Mr. Mania
offered his resignation last c;tr. but
was induced to remain over for th-
yrnr during which the charing of debt)
and improvement of the church wui
planned. At (lie close of this year lie
leels that lie shouid make the change."
unworkmanlike manner. The stiee .
they say. 16 already full of ruts and
holes; that a light wagon left standing
for a few minutes leaves deep track ..
and that every time a horse is lei';
standing lie cuts the pavement. For
these reasons the taxpayers ask th
council not to accept the job in i;s
Black Bound Over. Fred IllaH;.
ageil In yrars. charged with criminal
assault on Irma Petersen, a 10-year-ol l
child late Wednesday afternoon waiv
ed examination in .lust ice Maines cou t
and was bound over to the grand jury.
His bond was placer! at $."i00 and being
unable to furnish it at once, he was
remanded back to jail.
and pro:e:s pre
Say Paving is
among the peiiii.uis
smted to the city council at b's regu
lar meeting Wednesday evening we e
two objections to the acci p'ance ji
Ihe Gaines street paving. Tlie objec
tions are signed by property ownes
along the t hoi oug'itii re. They claim
that the asphalt is laid in a poor an i
Beat Team of Mules. .loe Carlin, a
teamster in the employ of the Kwert t
liichter company, ami son of W. P.
Cailin, the well known contractor, w.i;
lined $-Vl and costs by Police MagV.
trate Itodth wig yesterday and on h's
failure to pay the line, was cut to jail
for 1") da vs. Tlie information agnin.-t
laiiin was riled iv Humane iMiiet r
Ceoige Kllmann. Wednesday Curliu
was si nt. with a team of mules to make
a delivery on Kastrrn avenue. T le
mules wcte snitill ones and experienc
ed ilillicu'ty in ascending the hill with
the load they were hauling. One of th-
mules bulla d at being urged on wiih
the whip and alter the driver In 1
bioken his whip over the animal's
back, he is stated to have left thJ
wagon and. taking one of the wago.i
poles, bear the animal unmercifully.
Not conn 111 with this, it is alleged Mr.
Cailin seemed some rocks and pelted
the poor animal with iheni. Ho is a:
leged to have next secured a piece of
tin ami with litis to have sawed tho
animal en the hind legs.
Io so? Miss "Molly (agea twelvet
Why. duddy, I was obliged to have
some gloves; I hadn't a pair to wear!
Displeased Tarent It was wrong of
you to buy the gloves without the per
mission either of your mamma or
myself. Miss Molly Well, never mind,
daddy, dear; they won't cost anything.
I had them charged. New York Tost.
Mrs. S. K. Roberts and daughte
Myrtle attended the society at Mr..
Thomas Vanattu's last Thursday near
Mrs. K. E. Parmenter and Miss El
len Oloff. her sister, from Hock Island,
are visiting at W. K. rarmenter's.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Vernon of Alerto
and Mrs. V. V. Keeves and son of
Hock Island spent a few days this
weeks with Mathew llobinson
Decrease Capital. Dinioi k, Could &
Co. of Moline haws certified to the sec
retary of state to a decrease in capit.il
stock from $:'Mt,0im to $1."iU.imi0.
This really happened in New York
tlie oilier day:
Displeased Parent Molly, I find you
have been buying three pairs of gloves
without my permission. Whv did you
Energy for breakfast to start
Sustenance for lunch to carry
Rest and renewed strength
at close of day.
The food ideal for every meal.
other wheat food.
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Illinois Clergyman's Scheme to Prevent
Osculation Until After Marriage.
If the plans of the Hew L. I. Rasa
of the Calvary Baptist church at Cairo,
111., be. carried out n kiss will be cn
unknown quantity until after mar
riage, says a Cairo special to the New
York World. Because he believes that
evil in abundant supply lurks In a poor
little kiss ho has started an antlkisa
lug crusade among tlie members of his
church, which has spread to other de
nominations, and as a result oscula
tion is about the most talked of sub
ject in town.
Church members und even those who
are not church members ure divided
over the matter. Mr. Bass preached a
sermon recently iu which he said that
the kiss devil did more to fill hell than
the whisky devil, drug evil and the
other devils put together.
"The kiss," said Dr. Bass, "should
not be enjoyed by lovers until they be
come husband and wife.
"Iu tlie old days in the south," he
says, "if n man even attempted to kiss
a young lady it wnn considered au of
fense for no worse than which men are
nowadays lynched. At anv rate 1
meant coffee and pistols for two. and I
do not know but what it would be a
gootl Idea if even such extreme meas
ures were in vogue today. At any rate
It would not send so many trusting
and frail young souls to the everlast
Many pastors have taken exception
to Dr. Bass statement, and the How
C. II. Armstrong of the Lutheran
church saitl that he could not Indorse
the other minister's views.
"A kiss of a lover to his sweetheart
at parting or at meeting is sweet and
pure, and to my mind no harm can re
sult. Kissing has for ages and ages
been the token of endearment. Cer
tainly, though, the most pure things
when perverted make the worst in
struments for evil."
The young women of Dr. Bass'
church are forming an nntikissing so
ciety, but the young men of the con
gregation do not take kindly to the
Kale-Kronholm. Miss Esther Kroi
holm and William Kale, two Moline
young people were married at noon
Wednesday at the parsonage of tlu
Swedish Liu In tan church." Hey. L. ,.
Johnston odiciated. Miss Hannail
Kronholm and Arvid P.hungren we;
the attendants. After the ceremony
tlie bridal party went to the home . 1
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. .loan
Kronholm. :)C, Twelfth street. ho
a wedding breakfast was served to th?
Will Erect a School. Plans hay.?
bet n drawn lor the school house whictt
District .'M is to creel this summer in
Warner's addition. The citizens of thb;
district voted some time since ihat the
building he erected and it is possible
that tlie contract will be let within a
short time. The plans call for a tw.i
story brick building - x'-', I ami it is
thought that the cost will he in th-'
neighborhood tol $l.ntm. Two sch.v l
roooms are provided, one on each (loo -,
and the building is so planned tlnu
two more rooms of similar size 111 .v
be added at any time by the etmstru -tion
of an adjoining building of similar
dimensions and arrangements. The
plans were prepared by a member oi
tht board and contractors are now fig
uring 011 estimate. Tho erection of this
building will provide convenient
schools for all the children residing in
East Mo.'ino except in New Shops ad
dition an. I it is hoped by residents f
I his section that tiny will he provided
for next year.
A POPULAR LAMENT.
Where Would Society Be If One Was
Judged for the Sins of Others?
1 tried one ol those hair tonics
some time ago, and it never did mt
bit of good."
'pt....1 1 . .
1 11.11 s wnai many pt opie aio saying
today win 11 they uliise Ilerpicide
It would be as sensible to say
never travel on a railroad hi canst
onen see com.-10ns mentioned in the
.ewliios I lel jdcide ts rpccialiy made
to dtstitty the genu that is living 011
the roots of your hair.
That is why it is so exceedingly el
i t-acious u is there for the sol
pose of ridding tin hair of this
sitic growth, after which the hair
as natuK intended.
Sold by leading druggists. Semi 10
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
picnic company. Dttioit. Mich. Two
sizes, r.u cents and $1. T
Theut is no other part of our physical system upon which so much
depends as upon the blood. The muscles, nerves, bones, sinews, skin, and
other portions of the body are sustained, developed and enabled to perform
their diHt-rent duties, because they are supplied with nourishment and
healthful properties through the circulation. In various ways the blood
becomeseontaminrcted and polluted. A slugjrish, inactive condition of the
system, and torpidstate of the avennes of bodily waste, will leave the refuse
and waste matter f the body to sour and form uric and other acids, which
are absorbed into, the blood and Rheumatism, or some itching, disfiguring
t in disease is tine result. Muddy, sallow complexions, eruptions, splotches,
pimples, etc., alfl show that some humor has taken root in the circulation
and rendered it sour and unfit for nourishing the body. There is scarcely
any disease wkich cannot be traced to the blood. Often the disease-tainted
blood of parents is handed down to children and their lives are a continual
battle against disease in some form, usually of a scrofulous nature. Rheu
snatism, Catarrh, Skkn Diseases Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison,
etc., are all deep-seated blood troubles, and until this vital fluid is purified
they cannot be cured. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best remedy ever
put upon the market. This great medicine is made of roots, herbs and barks
cf recognized blood-purifying Cind building-up properties. It goes down into
the circulation and removes all poisons, impurities and humors, supplies
the blood with the healthful properties it needs and completely cures blood
diseases of every- kind. S. 5S. S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Skin Diseases, f'Jores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., because it
purifies the blood. Book on the blood and medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.
J, tte) - !.v.
Elegance In Wall Paper
like distinction of carriage a4 de
portment In aumans, appeali to the
artlatle eye. There's a certain anb
t! "aomething" In papera we aelect
nd aell which epeaka of style,
laste and auperiorlty which people
appreciate. We ask you to see and
aelect wall decorations here at your
leisure, as you will flnt oar goods
priced very low.
Paridon Wall Paper Co.
41t Seventeenth Street
BIG WALL TO STOP FLOODS.
Structure Costing $5,000,000 Planned
Along Ohio River In Allegheny, Pa.
Mayor Charles S. Kirsehler of Alle
gheny. 1'a., and Direetor of the De
partment of Public Works Swan are
figuring on plans for the construction
of a gigantic retaining wall which will
do away with flootl damage, says a
nttsliurg special to the New York
oritl. I hey propose to construct a
wall extending the entire length of the
Ohio river in the flood district in Al
legheny and which will be thirty feet
high and twenty feet wide, at the top.
The wall will be of concrete, anil the
gravel for making the concrete will be
obtained by dredging the bottom of the
The Allegheny is one of the very
few rivers in the United States which
has a gravel led. and by dredging it
not only will material for the concrete
wall be had. but the channel will be
widened and deepened as well. The
government is expected to do the lat
ter part of the work. Mayor Kirsehler
thinks Ihe wall should 1k constructed
for $5,000,000. lie expects most of this
money to be contributed by property
owners along the river.
This is unquestionably the most successful medicine in use for
bowel complaints. It can always be depended upon, even in the
most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally valuable for chil
dren, and is the means of saving the lives of many children each
year. When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to
take. Price, 25 Cents; Large Size, 50 Cents.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mary K. Zieglor to Alhvd A. Adam;
out lot . Wessels First addition. Mo-
Mary L. Dec-re to 1'. S. Ameriea 1".
1. block 21, Old Town of Moline. $7 -r.un.
Ella 15. Haley to 1". S. America lot
block 21. Old Town of Moline. $t;..".u .
Mary Ann Odeil to Sevrin Seaber;
west t. lots 11 ami 12, block 1. S..u; i
William II. Farkes by cnardian
Elizabeth Fatkt's undivided l-:'.2 t a ;r
Vj. n oil hwest
Kufus A. Smith to
bio part lot C. I It aly'.
is. 1 west, $1.
i au ihver-t
i. Stc. 12.
sub. div. St
Licensed to Wed.
.tames C. Hiekey Hoi k ll.ni'i
Augusta .luliantia I lulh ngivn ... Moline
Frederick W. S. Homier. . . Rock Island
Mary Whetstone Rock Island
Martin Anderson Moline
Emma .lohnson Moline
Carl A. I'eterson MolinA
Ada I.ucile Hntrikiu Moli-i
Seattle Man's Novel Boat.
.Tohn McArdle, a Seattle (Wash.) me
chanic, Is building a unique water craft
that will soon be launched for its first
test, says a Seattle correspondent of
the Portland Oregonian. He has par
tially completed a boat which when
completed will have its hull about two'
and one-half feet out of the water.
The body of the boat will rest upon
two spirals, on each side, each five and
one-half feet in diameter. The spirals
are expected to furnish the motive pow
er and, being constructed of water
tight compartments, are expected to
have buoyancy enough to keep the hull
np out of the water. McArdle Is equip
ping bis unique boat with tnrbine en
gines, lie claims that by eliminating
the friction in the water he can make
better time than other boats on the
SoiiPiy news, written nr t eleiUuinel
lt I lie xnelely t illl.ir o le Arirns. wi
tie Klailly received ;iinl iiulilislietl. tint
in either c:ise tin- nl.-ntity nf the senile
must lie matle known, to insure relia
hiliiy. Written nutlets must le;ir slg
nature ami atblress I
Peterson-Entrikin. Tlie marriage of
Miss Ada Lucile Eniiikin. daughter of
W. .1. Enlrikin of Moline. to Dr. Carl
Arnold I'eterson. also of Moline. took
place last evening at i o'clock at the
homo of the briih . .""2 Seventeintn
treet. Rev. F. II. Bui roll, rector of
Christ Kpiscopal church, ivad the mar
riage service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy .1.
Entiikin wire the only attendants a.i i
the marriage ceremony was witness
ed by the immediate relatives. Dr.
I'eteison is a practicing physician in
Moline. and his bride has been prom
inently associated with all musical or
ganizations and ntt I'prises in the
three cities, and has often pleased audi
ences with her r.weet soprano voice.
She lias conducted a private school
of music iu Moline and is chairman ol
the music committee of the Moliii"
Woman's club and has had charge ol
the music in various churches
in the three cities. Dr. and
Mrs. I'eterson b ft last evening
for a visit at Oakland. Neb., ami wi!4
later he at home in Moline.
A Happy Man
Is Amos F. King, of Fort F.yron. X. V.,
(S5 years of age); since a sore on hi
leg. which had troubled him the great
er part of his life. !as been entirely
honied by Rucklen's Arnica Salve; tli
world's great healer of Sores. Hunt".
Cuts. Wounds and Files. Guaranteed
by W. T. Ilartz. druggist. P.01 Twen
tieth street. Trice 2"c.
Sawyers -Taylor. The marriage of
Rev. Mott R. Sawyers, pastor of Ihe
Second Presbyterian church of Dav
enport, and Miss Rebecca Taylor, also
of Davenport, took place Wednesday ev
ening at the Si rond Presbytiriau
church. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. R. W. Taylor of Tekamah.
brother of the biide, assisted by Rev.
F. I. Moffatt of Davntpoit. Rev. and
Mrs. Sawyers left for a stiort wedding
trip, and upon their return will bo at
home in Davenport. Mrs. Sawyers has
been prominently connected with
church work in Davenport and has been
organist of the Second church.
Entertains for Vistors. Mrs. Theo
dore Nisscn yesterday afternoon enter
tained a party of ladies at her horn."
2s::o Eleventh-ami a half avenue, fn
the Misses Mary and Lena Thompson
of Cedar Rluff. Neb., who are visiting
here. Cards and other gamer furnish
Too Many Wolves In Iowa.
Wolves have become so numerous in
the vicinity of Anita, la., and their
depredations so frequent that the;ed pleasing diversions for the gucsrs
sneep owners nave united, says ine ana refreshments were server!. Tae
Anita correspondent of the Des Moines' winners of the prizes wire Miss Ma-y
Capital, agreeing to pay a bounty for, Thompson, Mrs. H. Fulmtr. Mrs. H.
all wolves killed in the four northeast: Siebert, Mrs. C. Paer, Miss Lena
townships of Cass county equal to that : Thompson and Miss Freda F.hon
now paid by the county, thus making
the bounty $10 and $4 respectively
news all the time THE
Is the firm that gains by
your delay in netting
those teeth iixed.
Don't stay awake burn
ing lights and suffering.
It Don't Hurt a Bit
5 5 5
1715 Second Ave.
Over th London, Rock Uland.
Personally Conducted Excursions
To a Land Where Crops Never Fail
One acre of irrigate. 1 land in ihe fVrtile valleys of th" F.i'j; Hum Fasin au i
the YellowMone river. yi Ids twice th ' crop of the bo.-t larm laud in the Ce-i-tral
states, and the crops never'fail. Prices $n to $."o an acre with water
liulit, perpetual and unfailing.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS on Tin-days. An;;, fi and L'O.
?'pt. " ami IT. Oct. 1 and 1.1 ami Nov. ." and lit. I!tu7.
SPFCIAL ROUND TRIP RATES to Worland. P.isin or Cody. Wyoming; oi
P.illin'j-s. Montana, fn-m Missouri riv. " pi. hits $L'o, Mississippi river points
Chicago Kxcmsiou h aves Uot k Island at ;::'.: a. m., Omaha 4:M p.
m.. I.iiieulii r,:(m p. m., Kansas City 1 o ; o a. m.. Si. Louis S:tc' a. in. and !:U1
p. m . Chieas'i) :t;i:, a. in. and ll:nn j. m. (.ii dates named.
I am employed by the Burlington Ro.ite to chow these land": 3nd my service
to you are free.
Let m-- si ti.t yt.ii ti-.- t imnnhils of farmer-: who li:ve
i . Hnp-mii -I til' -'it I-iMie-i' xi hi -i-iir'. a nil al- .i u-w
f.il.l.-r wilii lai.- ma. telli::;; all admit llnse lamia
D. Clem Denver. General Agent,
LAND SEEKERS' INFORMATION BUREAU, ...
1001 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Trlepknnr, Old It -41.
Trlrplmnr, New 6170
From CHICAGO Use
The Nigar.i Falls Route
Trom ST. LOUIS Use
'BIG FOUR ROUTE"
BOSTON OLD HOME WEEK, July 25. 20, 27, 2s.
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS ONE FARE plus $.?.00 for the ROUND TRIP
A Grand ' OLD HOME VVEEX" Celebration and Reunion
Seven Days of Public Fcstivit.es, commencing JULY 2Sth
Founders' Day; Patriots' Day; Greater Boston Day; New England Day; Mas
sachusetts Day: Women's Day; Military Day. During ther.e Seven Days
Historic BOSTON will be "AT HOME'' o all her Sons and Daughters, wher
BOSTON and RETURN,
Fare from CHICAGO, $24.00.
New England Resorts,
JULY 13, 22, 23
AUG. 6, 10, 20, 2-4: SEPT. 10, 14,24,23
Fare from ST. LOUIS, $27.00.
JULY 13, 22. 23
AUG. 6, 10, 20, 24; SEPT. 10, 14,24,23
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS, One Fare plus $2.00 for the Round Trip
CANADIAN R E S O RTS, daily until sept. 30. w
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS, One Fare nlus $2.00 for the Round Trip
Full Particulars may be obtained from any Ticket Agent of the
New York Central Lines
WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager, CHICAGO
... - ' ' F " " . .. - II -
Hundreds of satisfied custom rr,, au ever increa:-ii:,4 husmess, and
Ihe fact that our customers lake pleasure in r et.inmt inHnj; ns to their
friends, is proof that our rates a;e the lowest, our term:? the fairest, anil
our service the quickest.
If you like vliailit-from-tlii' rliouider huriiuss treatment, and want
tti deal where you will feel safe, win re no advantages will he taken,
borrow from us we'll tri al you fair and square.-
Wc arrange quick loans on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc.,
without removal or delay. Paymt tits arrant d in tinn and size to s-uit
your income. Don't hesitate eail today and Ret our terms.
MUTUAL LOAN CO..
Pople National Bank Bid Telephone, Old Wt 122.
Room 411, Rock Uland III. office houre, 8 i. m. to I p. m,
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evening, to 9 p. m.
for old and young wolves.