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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
It is Serious.
Two Cases of Smallpox. Dr. .lulm
"W. Mullen, local health oilietr, discov
ered two new ca.:cs of fcmallp.ix vcst'T
day and had both patient.-; ich.ovi d iii
the Ulaclv Maria to the pe;-t huu.-v1.
They are Oscar Wilcox, 1 In Kai-t Fifth
street ami Asaau Vaughn. Ka.-t
Fourth street. Both are colored irp;
Goes to Bettcndorf Church. Rev. N
T.Peiffer, who has been assistant at ?'.
Joseph's church in this city, is to mi--feetl
Rev. .1. 1'. Siahl as pa:-tor ef Out
Lady of I-Munles church in lie' teiido; .'.
Father Stall, whom he succeeds, will be ; ;oine of her sister Mrs. E. M. Scott.
Mrs. Herbert Spear on Ninth street.
Arthur llitikley is suffering from a
severely bruised heel.
Several Silvis parties went on iis.i
ing expeditions to Rock river Sunday.
Mr. Barrett the Silvis barber who
Las been located on Tenth street h i ;
moved his business to Warner's cross
ing. Mr. Peterson who has been oc
cupying the store formerly used by
Mr. Outnbeck for a postotlice intends
moving into Mr. Barrett's former
place and opening a shoe store.
Mrs. Speade of Ninth street was a
(win-city caller Monday.
Misses (ieneveive Scott and Elda
Lewis spent Sunday visiting th
Misses Broadwick in ltock Island.
Mrs. V. P. Mays of Ida, Mich, ar
rived Wednesday for a visit at th-j
llei man department
co!!eg: tl'is coining
in charge of the
at St. Ambro e
Arm Crushed Between Cars. Fri;.
Sunder, re.-iding ;it bi.'p Wt-t Third
street, niet with a sinv! car aceidu.it
in rather an ti::'i.-ual nia'.UK'r Sunday
night. According to his .-to; y. It.- n' l
coming from Beitendorf and -ioing west
in a Third street car. lie had hi- arm
resting on the window sill of the ear
and as it passed .another car g.iug in
the opposite liiivcnon. the two can;.'
so close together that his arm wis
wedged in b'twi.-cii tUera and was
crushed and bruise'!, and th" bone was
broken. The accident happem-d be
tween Rock Island and Iowa .-treets.
Obituary Record. HarioM M. ihv;,
er, little son of Mrs. Agn D'.vyer ; l
112(1 Iow.i sicet pas.-ed away ye terdav
at the homo of hi- ::vamlpan nts, M
and Mrs. .1. I'. H! ntiau of in'i KaruaM
street, after an illae.- of some du--
of M .
ation. The !ad wa
en mouths of age.
Viola Kaker:. 1 1 T J - ilaunhie
and Mrs. IMwaid Kakr-t of 1
nard street, db-d a' the i'ani
at the age of five months.
The extend' ;! illness of Rev. R. '.
Earhart cii i-.I yi-.-i.-nkiy morning,
when the :est ihat he had patient'v
awaited for :evera.I y. ;u. durir a.
which he was conl'mod io liis bed i
comparative helpb .-.r-r.e.-s. came to hii i.
and he pa.-n-il ou to the n-.vard of
years of eriee. Ml'. K.irhaM w.is
for over -I" yi-.irs a Mehtodist elergv
man of this conference, his last, sta
tion being at Montour, where
seven years ago his health failed, an 1
he came to Davenport with his wi'e
and sou. The wile. Mrs. Frances Fid
lar Earhart. sister of W. F. Fidl.i",
and the son. Rjix-i't F.. (if Columlm -,
Ohio, where. he is an iii-t rurtor in the
Ohio university, '.ivivo iiim.
Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll of Dav
enport were callers Saturday evenin ;
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Guy De
Boise on Ten tli street.
John Ransom of Sherrard was visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Die
Misses Elda Lewis and Lina Lewis
of Sherrard and Mrs. Eric Dahlbcg
of Rock Island were visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Niched
Mrs. Lawhead and daughter Delia of
Rock Island were visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dtimbeck and datigV.-r
Jessica are moving from the Wheat lev
house on Ninth street and Second ave
nue to the Hat above Mr. I .'limbeck'.'
new store and po.-toilice on First ave
nue. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Winder spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Ega.i
in Hock Island.
Catholic services were held in Cox's
hall Sunday Rev. Mr. Chary of S'.
Josephs' church. Rock Island. olUcii.
ing. His senium was a splendid on"
ami well received.
Mrs. Johnston, wife of Chief Cleo;
Johnston for Mr. Whcatlcy at Omaha.
Neb. is visiting at the home of Mr. an 1
Miss Myrtle Arenschield left for i
visit with her brother, Charles, in Chi
cago. Miss Elzina Smith of Hampton vis
ited her sister; Mrs. George Direen.
Mr." and Mrs. Ed WiLson, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Rank, with, their families,
spent Sunday here with Frank Kellev
Mrs. Sheldon Chichester and Mi's.
Dan Lucas of Moline visited here Sat
urday evening with Mrs. U. G. Ans
brook. Mrs. G. E. Peterson entertained Sat
urday at her home Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bollweg and children ef Mt. Vernon.
111., Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cox, of East
Moline and Miss Ethel Cox of Silvis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Allsbrow r.i
turned last week from a visit with
their daughter, Mrs. Nellie Trout of
George Slang" and family spent Sun
day in Moline the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Croniiniller.
Dave Schafer and wife of Zuma
(spent Sunday with Mrs. Schafer's pat
ients, Mr. and Mrs. George Allsbrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kellev enter
tained at their home last Friday Mrs.
Grace Lamar of St. Paul. Mrs. Fred
Renter and daughter. Marguerite ef
Chicago, Mrs. Julia Flannerv of Dav
eniort and the Misses Margtieii'e
Adelman and Louella Kellev. of Moliu..
The Misses Helen and Lusteeu Mus
grove of East Moline were the guests
Sunday of Lelah Ansbrook.
Mrs. Muoke! of Davenport spent Sat
urday night and Sunday w ith h
daughter, Mrs. Brown, on Campbell's
Miss Marguerite Brown and M
Blanruard. who together with a party.
are camping on Campbell's island
Client Sundav in Davenport.
Bruce Ellis entertained George Bailey
from Buffalo. Iowa, Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Nichols is selling h;i'
household goods and expects to leave
soon for South Dakota, where she will
join her husband.
Con Donnahoo and family of Hamil
ton spent Sunday with Mrs. M. C.
Hayes and family.
Ernest Pallis of Peoria was an East
Moline caller Sunday.
Mrs. Alex Milleon has returned from
a visit at Preemption.
John Avery is building a new house
on Fourth streec.
Mrs. Klingabiel is visiting her sis
tcr in Rockford this week.
Mrs. J. M. Stevens who has bee.i
visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. A. Williams
has returned to her home in Walnut.
The old Root & Vandervoort factory
has changed hands and is new being
fitted up for a breakfast food and nii'.!
ing plant to be know as tiie North
western Consolidated Milling company.
Mrs. Ida lieasley has resigned he'
position as night operator at the tele
phone office to take effect Aug. 1.
Mrs. Ingles who is visiting her
mo; her has tonsilitis.
Mr. Haas of Coal Valley is visiting
his daughter Mrs. Fritchie.
Mrs. Lizzie Terry and Grandma
Terry of Moline called on Mrs. Willey
Miss Fritchie of Coon Rapids is vi
iting her biother and family at the city
Lois Detwiler of Aledo is visiting
Roy Minier of Trenton, Mo. spent
Sunday at the home of C. E. Williams.
Mrs. Baumaii and children of Sou'u
Rock Island spent Sunday afternoon at
the city hotel.
Miss Maty Wegman of Chicago is
the guest of her sister Mrs. Abraham
sou. Miss Bentner of Gelieseo is visiting
her sister Mrs. Stoneberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrow spent Sundiv
at Mrs. Harrow's home in Colona.
Aideii Winton has gone to Tretito-.,
Mo. where he has employment.
Mrs, Henry of Rockford is visiting
her sister Mrs. Palmer on the rivjr
Charles Evcrsoti of Galesburg is vis
iting his brother Fred Everson.
Mrs. Will Mc Kaufsky and .Mrs. Fr
Zeigler are visiting their grandmoiht:.
ill Rapids City.
The Misses Lutt will move this wee!,
into the George Sarguison house
north of the tracks.
Molder Burned. Antrolle Strobbe, a
nioldcr in the employ of the Deere fc
Mansur company, suffered a severe
burning of his kit foot about 1 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. Ho was engaged
in peering off, and the bottom drop
ped out of a ladle which he was car
rying. The molten iron which the la
dle contained splashed on his foot,
burning the llesh so severely that
when the shoe was removed the fh su
stuck fast to the shoe. He was given
attention by Dr. A. II. Arp, and is now
as comfortable asl it is possible to
make him at his home, HCiitf Twenty-
seventh street. Rock Island. It will
icquire some days before it will be
definitely known whether the foot can
Falls 15 Feet. F. A. Wright, resi
dent of Davenport and employe ef tin-
Rock Island road in Silvis shops, lost
his balance yesterday ajid fell 15 feet
fioni a scaffold to the lloor below, es
caping injury except for a badly bruis
ed hip. He was bryugbt to the eitv on
a special train and taken in the ambu
lance to the city hospital. He will be
out in a couple of days.
Two Places Robbed. Sneak thieve.-:
entered two Moline residence.; Satur
day, probably during the at'ternoo'i.
At the Moses Ross Hat, l inS'-. Four'h
avenue, four lings, valued at $-25 or
more were taken, and at F. C. Snyder's
l-lllz Fifth avenue, a gold wa.tch was
secured. Neither theft was di.-.coveie 1
till evening. Mrs. Ross removed froi.i
her fingers Saturday lorcnoon four
rings, one si t with a diamond valm 1
at ?1.j. and three others, two set wilh
opals" and the other with rhine stones
valued at $1". She left them in lie:
room while engaged in work in th
rear part of the house. About ':'') i.
the evening she went for the rings and
they were gone. At the Snvder rooms
a 25-year gold case watch. l.Vjcwclc 1
Waltham movement, was taken. It
thought the same parties perpetrate!
both jobs. The supposition is that on
trance was cli'cctcd by way of tin.
from stairways during broad daylight.
Mr. Ross bar offered a reward ot $ ill
for the apprehension of the thiev
and the re'.uru ef his wile's jewelry.
Some Rock Island People Fail to Real
ize the Seriousness.
The constant aching of a bad back,
The weariness, the tired feeling,
The pains and aches of kidney ills
Are serious if neglected.
Uaugreous urinary troubles follow.
A Rock Island citizen shows you how
to avoid them.
Lawrence Graham of Eleventh
..trout, Rock Island, 111., says: "When
I returned from the army, I was a ceim-
piete wreciv anu my system was so
badly run down that I was afraid I had
come home to die. The worst fee
tures were a very weak back and shatp
pains across my loins. My wife nursed
me and took care of me, as I was u.i
ible to do anything for myself. The
whole trouble was from my kidneys
which were very much disordered cm
iceount of the hardships I had endured
while in the army. The secretion
from my kidneys were far too frequent
in passage, giving me much auuoyanc.
particularly at night, and the seen
tions contained a white sediment.
tried many remedies and doctors, but
without success. Finally I was advis
ed by a friend to try Doan's Kidne
Pills. I got a box at the Harper Hons'.
drug store and took them according t
direct ions. After I had taken the first
box the paint; began to leave me, ni'
ecretions became normal and after I
continued taking them for a fe.v
weckSj I was completely cured and
felt as well as ever. Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me completely."
For sale by all dealers. Price Tale
Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo. New-
York, sole agents for the United States
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. .
Miss Hilda Gustafson returned toiler
home in Moline Wednesday after mak
ing a few clays' visit, at the home of
her father, F. O. Gustafson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bloom and two chil
dren left lor their home in Chicago
Monday alter making a two weeks'
visit ati the home of Mrs. Bloom's
brother, A. R. Stein.
Mrs. Lillie Dawson is visiting with
friends in Cable and vicinity.
Miss Gertrude; Wooley returned home
Friday after having made an extended
visit with relatives in Coal Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Atkinson returned to
their home in Cuba, 111., Saturday af
ter making a week's visit with relatives
and friends in Cable; and Sherrard.
Mrs. Charles Barton and children
were visiting relatives in Coal Valley
the past week.
filed. Report approved and esta'.e
Estate of Jacob Kroegel. Petition to
scdl real estate to pay debts filed. AIM
davits of non-resident and unknow
Estate of Adam Schmith. Appraise
ment bill and children's award lile
Estate of Edgar D. Folsom. In veil
tory filed and approved.
Estate of Henry Tremann. Relii
qtiisiinicnt or rig nt to administer an
nomination of Henry W. Tremann filed
Pe tition of Henry W. Tremann for let
tors of administration d. b. n. e, t,
tiled. Oath taken and Hied. Bond of
said Henry W. Tremann in the sum t
$ 1 5.000 filed and approved. Orderc
Only line enteiing both Denver
and Coloiado Springs direct
from the East.
Tickets i,old each first and third Tues
day. Round trip from Rock Island to
Denver, Coloradei Springs anil Pueblo.
Return limit. 21 days, with stopover
Summer Vacation Rates:
rirket., on salo daily until Sept. 30.
Round trip from .Rock Lland to Den
ver, Colorado Spring;; and Pueblo.
Return limit, Oct. 1.
Ask for our new illustrated
book on Colorado.
F. II. PLUMMEK, C. V. A Cit Pass- A3- R 'sland Lines.
1829 Second Ave., Rock Island, lit
From CHICAGO Use
The Nigara Falls Route
From ST. LOUIS Use
'BIG FOUR ROUTE'
Clyde Ru -h of Edgington passe,
through this icinity Sunday evening.
Arthur Bird.-all spent Sunday at
Thomas BcpcV He says he has gain
ed lil'i pounds since lie left the hos
Miss May Parnn nti. r returned home
Friday evening after her trip to Col-
Mrs. Louisa Tiitcringtou of Reynolds
and Mrs. H. Stoddard of Edgingto'i
spent last Tuesday at S. E. Roberts'.
Fred Gamut of Taylor Ridge was
in this vicinity last Friday.
Everybody is busy cutting oats this
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a great stir in the medical world because of its tonic
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RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
1iKl.Tr. 1? W nituutoil lir.ililillr
Estate? of Sarah H. t'uok. Reiorr cf
distribution and receipts of distributes
W HI I
that letters of aiiininistratiiin d
e, t. a. issue to him.
Estate of Maria Tremann. Ueli.i
ciuishinent of right to itilminister and
nomination of Henry W.Tiemanii lileii.
Petition of Henry W. Treinann for -tors
nf administration tiled. Oath taken
and tiled. I'.ond of said Henry V. Tr. -
niann in the sum of $J,fiOO tiled and
approved. Ordered that letters of ad
ministration issue to him.
Estate of William limner. Petition
praying for report of executors aid
to show cause why the lands of said
estate should not be sold and estate
cdosed and that citation issue there for
filed. Ordered that the clerk of this
court issue a citation compelling A. M
liiuner and O. L. Burner, executors of
said Cbtate, to vender account of their
acts and doings as executors and show
cause, if any there be, why said lands
should not be sold and estate closed.
said citation to bo venerable on the
'.51st clay of August, A. D., 1907 at nine
o'clock, a. m.
Estate of Frederick O. .Tones. Af
fidavits showing list of heirs at law
tiled. Waiver signed by all heirs at
law, i?cpiesting that executor be not
require. d to tile inventory or appraise
ment or any final report and asking
that estate be closed filed.
Conservatorship of Sarah A. Beers.
Defendant called and defaulted. Hear
ing on petition. Hon. E. M. Turner
appears for petition. Jury empannel-
cd and sworn. Verdict of jury finding
defendant incompetent to manage her
own affairs and that a conservator
should be appointed. Oath of Henry
White taken and filed. Bond of Henry
White in the sum of $13,0(in tiled and
Real Estate Transfers.
Henry H. Curtis to Thomas J. Bev
c rlin. lot !), block 0, city of Rock Island.
I Francis M. Sinnet to Henry E. Krell.
lot 9, block 3. College Heights addi
tion. Rock Island, $300.
Wm. Hurley White to Louisa S. Os
burn, lot 27, block 7. town of Silvis, $1.
I E. IT. Stafford to Wm. Hurley White,
lot 2S, block 7. town of Silvis. $1.
Albert A. Rounds to E. A. Rounds,
lots 10, 11, Beecher's replat uf block
.42, Chicago or lower addition, Rock
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JULY 13, 22, 23
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Fare from ST. LOUIS, $27.00.
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The Doctor Away from Home When
People are often very much disap
pointed to find that their family physi
cian Is away from home when they
most netfd his services. Diseases like
cramp colic and cholera morbus require
i prompt treatment, and have in many
instances proved fatal before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum
moncd. The right way is to keep at
jhand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
unoiera ana uiarrnoea .Remedy. No
physician can prescribe a better medt
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Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syr
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CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
lie ia the old reliable specialist, established In Iiavenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing but
broken promises. lr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the people lie cured 12 years ago have remained
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WOMES suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
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II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMON,
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVelle,
H. B. Casteel.
It. D. Mudge,
II. D. Mack.
M. S. Heagy,
II. B. Simmon,
II. II. Cleaveland,
Mary K. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremann.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
for Non-Residents, Women, Invalids, and others.
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