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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 1007.
S OF THE NEIGHBOR
Boys Carry Revolvers. Ray Wh'te
and Albert' lion is, (wo youths rang
ing from J5;-lo vlfi years of age, were
arrested Thursday night by Officer A!
ger on the charge of carrying conced
ed weapons. When arraigned in police
courttI) boys stated they had conio
Uere to look for work. Both had yel
low back novels in their possession,
one edition being entitled, "Bowery
Boy's Library" and the other "Wild
West WWkly;-"" Both told Magistrate
Roddewig.they were good stories and
the judge" remarked he guessed he
would read them himself. One of tv?.
lads is from 0.-:kaloosa and the other
from Ottumwa. Both were carrying
loaded' revolvers and evidently were
looking for the exeitenirnt thrillel
through their brains by the reading of
the yellowbacks. Both were sent t
jail for five days.
Teller of New Bank. John II. An
derson, for some, time past bookkeeper
at the Scott Count v Savings bank, has
tendered his resignation from that po
sition. Ir. Anderson has been offered
and has accepted the position of teller
. of the new Home Savings bank about
to be established in this city wiih
quarters on Third and Division streets.
Mr. Anderson is a young man well
"known in the city whose integrity an 1
ability has placed him in responsible
positions. His new position is a weil-
earned appointment and advaucemen
Break Into Jail I'at McDonegal and
Edward Smith, so to speak, broke inv
the county jail yesterday. At an eany
hour they knocked for admission. Mi
Donegal was evidently suffering fror.i
the "snakes." He stated two men had
accused him of a heinous crime and
were after him to kill him. He was
taken inside for safe keeping. Tho
other caller, Edward Smith, was suffer
ing from plain intoxication. He stated
he could not leave booze alone and
wanted to go to jail until he got sober
ed up. Both men were later in tha
day taken before Magistrate Roddewig
and given 10 day sentences.
Injury Proves Fatal. Ed Lager, th?
man jvho was badly injured by a fall
from his wagon while returning Wei;
nesday afternoon from the races, died
fhursday afternoon at Mercy hospital.
Serious internal injuries sustained in
the fall are the cause of the death. He
had been attending the races and was
returning home in a spring wagoa
when he was thrown from his seat by
a bump and struck on his head and
shoulders. He was hurried to Dr.
Weber's office and then taken to th
hospital where he expired. The de
ceased was a truck gardener living on
a small farm near Mercy hospital. He
was 4S years old and single. His par
ents ate both dead and he is survived
by but two near relatives his brother,
Henry Lager of Chicago, and Mrs.
Joseph Abjen of Davenport, his sister.
Finds Against Company. A jury in
Justice Oelker's court yesterday ren
dered judgement in the sum of $.0 i.i
favor of Joe Wynes and against th:
TtiCity Railway companv. It was
suit .involving the refusal of the con,
pany to accept a transfer and th.j
ejectment of Mr. Wynes from the car.
Former Resident Dead. Davenport,
friends are sorry to learn of the death
of C. T. Banes, the former well-known
business man of -this city. Mr. Bane's
health led him to leave his home it
Austin, a Chicago suburb, a couple of
weeks ago, and go to Orleans, Iowa, on
the borders of Spirit Lake, with hU
family. There, Tuesday morning, a
letter from his daughter ' states, the
end came to him peacefully and wit'i
out warning. He expired while sitting
in his chair, in the little cluster of
homes on the border of the beautiful
sheet 'of water in northern Iowa.
A Vindication for Mrs. Little. W. It.
Little, who filed such a long answer to
the petition of his wife Blanche E.
Little, for a divorce, has withdrawn his
answer and all its allegations, and dis
missed his cross petition and -a i-
uounces he will not appear in the case.
TELEGRAPH STRIKE INCIDENT
Officials' Wives Incist on Relieving
Western Union In Pittsburg.
The Western I'nion was able to post
a bulletin iu front of the general of
fices it Pittsburg the other night an
nouncing that messages would be sent
east and west without delay, says the
Hew York Tribune. This was due to
the lni-t that the company bad secured
the volunteer services of the wives of
its three most important Pittsburg of
ficials, who had resigned household
duties and recreation to stand side . by
Bide with their husbands.
The other evening Mrs. E. B. Saylor,
wife of the Pittsburg superintendent;
Mrs. N. E. Church, wife of the Pitts
urg manager, ami Mrs. Schiller, wife
the night chief operator, took
places tit the vacant keys despite the
protests of their husbands. The wo
men were all expert telegraphers be
fore their marriage and within an
hour had regained much of their speed.
They set a fast pace for the other op
erators, and the company soon found
that it could guarantee the public
against further delay. All three wo
men were handling important wires.
New Service to
Peoria and St. Louis
A new train and a new short route via Rock Island-Alton
lines, by way of Cedar Rapids, Dav-
enport, Peoria. Springfield and Alton.
St. Louis-Southeastern Special
Leaving Rock Island daily at C,:o.", a. m. Electric-lighted
Pullman drawing-room sleeping car
and cafe-observation car, and modern day equipment.
Corresponding service northbound.
Try this train next trip.
Some are simmicr sii-lii's;
Some are summer Ki.ys;
Some are priceless pearlies;
Some hi-o simply pies;
Some arc svelte ami dainty; some are
Some are summer beauties;
Some are summer buss;
Some are tootsy wootsies;
Some are merely mugs;
Some are lit for heaven; some are fit for
Eonie are summer fairies;
Some are summer freaks;
Some are certain marries:
Some are maiden tnerks:
Some are chatty ehummies; some are sole
Contract for Dry Kiln. A contract
has been awarded to Gust Kd & Sons
for the erection of a reinforced con
crete dry-kiln building to be an addi
tion to the plant of the Moline Wagon
company, plans for which were de
scribed some weeks ago. The building
is to cost about $:!0.0K), and construc
tion work is to be started at oner
The building is to be of brick, one
story high, so constructed that an ad
ditional story can be added next year
if requirements of the company so de
mand. It will have seven rooms, each
of which will be reached by a door di
rect from the outside, and walls be
tween the rooms will be of concrete.
Has Outing Sept. 1. The East End
club holds its annual outing Sundiy.
Sept. 1. at Ocean Grove, above Water
town This is the fifth annual outing
for the boys. There are going to h
games and sports of all kinds, but the
most interesting will be a heated base
ball contest. The football squad is
going to do some hard practicing, t':;?
first of the season. The team is madi
up of some beefy stock and a winning
team is anticipated for the coming fa I
season. There are now about 150 mem
hers in the club, so a great deal of ma
terial is on hand for an excellent
All Recovering. Word from the
bedside of the young people who were
injured so seriously in the J. W. Go: 1
auto wreck Wednesday nignt is to the
effect that both are doing as well as
can be expected. The physicians t::
charge are holding out high hopes far
recovery. Miss Marjotie Wheeler who
sustained the set ions fracture of ;.
left arm is about the same but it is no:
showing any change for the worse.
The same is true of Miss Beal. Th?
other ones who were injured are abo.ir. 1
but all ate suffering with the bruise?
Blaze at Gas Plant. For a wh'?
yesterday a small blaze threatened tho
total destruction of the gas plant -.t
Third street and First avenue but t.f
ter an hour's hard work by the fire
laddies, the blaze was extinguished.
The alarm was sunt in from Box 11!
and No. 1 and No. 2 department le
sponded immediately. But very littl3
damage was done. A live wire is
thought to be the cause of the blaze.
de Yigencre. tells one in which the
main point Is the tremendous force
With which nn arrow may be propelled
if the bow is strong ami long enough.
According to bis own account of the
matter, . he saw P.arbarossa. a Turk,
admiral of a ship called the Grand
Si'lyman, send an arrow from bis low
e'ean Ihfough a cannon ball. Whether
i the cannon ball had a hole in it or
not be neglects to inform us.
rerhaps the most astounding of all
stories about arrow shooting is that,
of the Indians who used to inhabit
Florida. It is said that a group of
them would form a circle: one would
throw au ear of corn into the air;
the rest would shoot at it and shell
it of every grain before it fell to the
ground. Sometimes the arrows would
strike the ear of corn so hard and fast
that it would remain suspended in the
air several !ui::r.ics, and the cob never
fell until the last grain bad been shot
away. Chicago Record-Herald.
Tha Cor.ductor Courteous.
St. John's, X. P. some of the natives
call it "Sonjeus" is far more pictur
esque than beautiful. But its quaiut
ness redeem. it from stupidity, ami,
wander where yon will, you meet with
that courtesy and kiuduess that are
the grace:? of p.'ople who live unhurried
lives iu remote places whore strangers
are u welcome bre::l; to their monoto
ny. When you say t j some casual ben
efactor that you are "much obliged'
for some courteous direction, be will
touch bis bat and say, "Thank you," as
If you bad conferred the favor upon
him. The street car conductor (they
even have a trolley line, though how It
can be run in winter Is a mystery) will
see that you are set down where you
should leave the car and. if you are
uncertain of your way, will get off his
car and paint your destination out,
holding bis other passengers until he is
sure you understand. Travel Magazine.
.For 13 years the most successful
specialist in diseases of men.
Thirteen years ago, when we es
tablished our institute here, we told
you through the columns of this pa
per thafc we were going to be a per
manent institution. We also told you
that we fully understood that in or
der to be successful, we had to live
up to the Golden Rule, and give ev
ery one a square deal. We fully un
derstood that if we could not do what
Yh(h&? wc advertised that we could not do
Some are summer seraphs;
Somo are summer swells;
Some are tleelnsr sheriffs:
Somo are lirulincr shells:
Some are fresh ami bonny; some are Legends of the Famous Archers of the
LONG BOW STORIES.
Y. II. PLUMMET?,
City Pass. Agt., Rock Island Lines.
1829 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Some are summer dimples;
Some .are summer tint:
Some are partly dimples;
Some are purely clo ts;
Some are tweet and sunr.y; some are Just
Sonic are summer sillies;
Some are summer sails:
Some nr seeking Willies:
Some are following fa'ls:
Some are mamma's ilarliiiFrs; somo of
course are dad's.
Some .iresome are quit it.
Oh, my rummer muse!
If we must admit tt, '
In the book of "Who's
Who In Summer Glrldom" somo are goo-goo-goos
. Robertus I.ovs In Xew York Son.
Low One Way Rades West
30.40 To San Francisco, Txs Angeles, San Diego.
29.60 Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver, Bel
lingham and Victoria.
$27.10 To Spokane. Walla Walla, Wenatchee.
S24.G0 To Salt Iake City, Ogden, Butte, Helena.
S19.60 To killings and Huntley, Mont.
23.50 To Co,,-v' Basin, and Worland, in famous
Big Horn Basin of Wyoming.
Tickets on sale daily, from September 1 to October 31.
Through tourist sleeping cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Omaha and intermediate points.
Ask for descriptive booklet telling all
about routes and rates and tourist
Many "long bow"' stories may be
cited in the literature of the world,
ami ly far the greater part of then
had their origin in the remote past.
Vergil, in the ".Kni-id." tells of four
archers who were shooting for a prize,
the mark being a pig.'on tied by a cord
to the mast of a ship. The lirst man
hit the maSt. the second cut the cord,
nud the third shot the pigeon as It
few away. The fourth archer, having
uoihing left at which to shoot, dvew
his bow and sent his arrow flying
toward the skv with such speed that
the friction of the air set the feathers
on fire, and It swept on like a meteor
to disappear in the clouds.
"Ice Cream" May Become Obsolete. That is a bow and arrow story that
Tin. roifr.rrcm-.r.nt of the t.-itest fool tests the slromrest powers of credulity.
I law bids fair to make the "ice cream"! The stories of Robin Hood's archery;
1 obsolete at York, Pa. Manufacturers Illustrated by his wonderful perform
and dealers have ruacticaHv all de-J nnce as Locksloy in Scot, s lvannoe.
cided to term their frozen delicacies ; ure
"cream ices." Tbev sav tl.ev caunnt power of belief.
ml here to the letter of the law in man- The famous legend of William Tell
ofa'turintr a orodiu t containing -0 is believed by some to have a founda
per cent of butter fat and no coloring tlon iu fact. There was a Dane named
' mi i
Telephone, Old 880.
Telephone, Neir 6170
also a decided strain on one's
matter without increasing prices or
losing money. People in York, writes
a correspondent t.f the Philadelphia
Record, appear to be very well satis
fied with the quality of the alleged ict . show bis skill,
cream sold by local dealers, and the The majority
dealers say that If they are willing tc
eat it under a new name they can have
It at the same prke. Ore dealer who
refuses to Join with the. others will
charge 10 cents a gallon extra and
preserve the time honored term foi
a time at least.
told, and William of Clotidesley. an
Englishman, is said to have shot an
apple from his son's head merely to
of bow and arrow
Btorles relate to the accurate aim of
the archers, butji rreiudunan. Blaise
Didn't Get It Just Right.
The subject of profanity was being
discussed the other evening at a dinner
party iu Harlem. When one of the
guests faceiiously hinted that his host
could tear it off a little when no women
Were present the hostess became indig
nant. "I would have you under
stand." she said, with crushing dignity.
that my husband never says anything
before ladies that be wouldii t say
anywhere. Mie is still womtering
whv it was that everybody laughed.
New York Tribune.
I 111 BSiC ' 1
At the Club
Or at home, our bottled goods
are the best beverages. Our
Ginger Ale, Iron Brew, Orange
Cider, are in a class by them
selves. Are all pure and whole
some. They please the palate,
quench the thirst, aid digestion,
and promote health. Also send
for a case of the most refreshing
drink in the world Coca Cola.
Sole bottlers for Itock Island
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, Dew phone
Tip of $5C0 For a Waitress.
Crosby Hall, the well known lunch
ing place in Iiondon, England, Is short
ly to be pulled down, but one at least;
of Its staff does not regret It, sars a
Loudon special cable to the New Y'ork '
Times. This is a waitress. Miss Sage, !
who recently received a tip of 100
guineas ($5W) from a. number of Lon
don men whom she" has regularly at
tended at luncheon and who subscrib
ed the araonnt mentioned. Miss Sage
ways the present quite took Iter breath'
away. It is believed to be a record tip
for London. .
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. ... .
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President
H. P. Hull. Vice President
P. Greenawalt Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell '& Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst;
Endorsed by the County.
"The most popular remedy in Oc
sego county, and the best friend of mv
family," writes William M. Dietz, ed
itor and publisher of the Otsego Jour
nal, Gilbertsville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's
New Discovery. It has proved to he
an infalliahle cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the worst'
of them. We always keep a bottle ta
the house. I believe it to be the most I
jjjj valuable presciption known for lung
and throat diseases." Guaranteed To
j never disappoint the taker, by W. T.
lHartz, drug store, 301 Twentieth
street Price 50c and $1. -Trial fccttte
: free. - - '- i
j DeWitt's Little Early Risers don't
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to
.'take. Sold by all druggists.
You may really need
this or tliat, even
though it is not an ab
solute necessity. For
the lady of the house,
a new gown or a now
hat; for a man, t. new
suit or a new rig this
may help to "make an O
impression" at a time 6
or place where it will O
mean dollars and cents cs
to you. O
In such cases it really pays one to "go beyond his income." The o
question may be how to be able to go beyond it. Not only how to go Q
beyonn, but how to do it safely. O
It's no longer a question with many in this community, as they Sj
have found they can borrow the necessary money here and repay us O
a little at a time and hardly miss the money. ' 8
Wc loan from $10 up on household furniture, pianos, horses, wag- Q
ons, cows, and other personal property, all in a quiet way, jvithout pub-
licity, without removing the property, and on the best rates and easiest
terms in the city.
If inconvenient to call, write or phone us, and we'll be glad to
send our confidential representative to see you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO., 1
MITCHELL, A LYNDE BLOCK, ROOM S8, ROCK ISLAXD. O
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m and Saturday evenings. Telephont p
west 514; new telephone 6011. ' p
at all, as in towns of this size fail
ures spread fast. This announce
ment that vve are still with you is
proof of our success, and nothing succeeds like success. Success is the
true measure of merit.
We were successful in every sense of the word. In fact, our success
has been so phenomenal that some say we are naturally lucky. Yes,
lucky in having the knowledge and skill to do all we claimed, but it took
years of hard work and study to get that knowledge and skill. It is easy
for us now; we could not make a botch of your case if we wanted to. We
know the best and surest way and have had so much experience that the
successful way is the most natural way to us. Our 13 years cf success
entitles us to the business of every man who does business in a business
You take no risk whether you come one mile or ten thousand miles.
You are sure to find one or more of three Dr. Walshs at our institute.
Remember, we use no substitutes or assistants. Let our success of 13
years in Davenport give you renewed hope. All we ask is that if you are
suffering from any disease or weakness is to come and receive a free con
sultation from us before placing your case.
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When in doubt, come to us: When others fail, come to us. When
you feel hopeless, come to us. Don't think on account of our great suc
cess you cant' afford to treat with us. Just come, and if we can cure you
our charges won't prevent you from reaping the benefit of our skill.
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Remember the name Dr. Walsh means something to you. It means
health and vigor for you if you have not delayed too long. While we
have cured many cases that were given up as hopeless as were told that
there was no relief for them this sile of the grave, we have never given
any false hope or promised anything that our experience caused us to
believe was impossible. While our treatment is entirely different from
others it gives wonderfully quick .-?lief, it is always easy to take and
does not leave any bad after effects.
Try Dr. Walsh's cure for diseases of the brain and nervous system.
Mental depression, brain fag, loss of vigor, broken down mentally or
physically, dizzTness, headache, despondency, neivous tremors or
spasms, loss of memory, lack of nope. Inability to concentrate your
mind. Wild, delirious dreams, sleiplessness, excessive irritability with
or without brain storms or uncontrollable outburst of temper.
M E X
Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Skin Diseoses. Tainted blood, eczema, ulcers,
pimples, barbers' itch, black heads, blotchy, yellow, brown or muddy
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for diseases of the stomach, liver, and intest
ines, dyspepsia, indigestion, sour, catarrhal or ulcerated stomacn, con
gested, inactive,-sluggish or hardened liver, bloating, fermentation or
griping pains in the intestines.
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,Try Dr. Walsh's cure for kidney and bladder diseases, rheumatic or
gouty pains or enlargement of the joints, dropsy, (Bright's disease or dia
betes in the early stages), backache or burniug in th urethral canal, re
tention of urine' or too frequent desire, foul, brickdust or unnatural urine
or any other disease, don't matter what the cause.
Irregular heart, weak
M E X
Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Heart Diseases,
heart, palpitating heart, asthmatic :ieart.
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Special Diseases of Men. Remember we
were the first specialists in the world to advertise our discovery that
varicocele was the most active catue of weakness in men. also (as the
files of the newspapers will show) we were the first to discover a pain
less, bloodless radical cure for varicocele and let us say right here I bat
ours is the only radical cure without being bed ridden in existence.
Try Dr. Walsh's No-Risk Cure for Varicocele, come to our office,
leave in an hour with the varicocele removed, keep your money iu your
pocket, until you see it is removed. Y'ou take no risk with us don't
take any at any other place. Don't let a few hundred miles stop you
from taking our cure.
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If you don't come to the right place now It is because you are care
less or Indifferent. Y'ou probably tried the nearest doctor in hopes he
might cure you, or you tried some remedy that the advertisement read
plausible or flowery but you did tot investigate. If you only know the
number of improperly treated cases I meet In a year you would investi
gate and he sure you were right before you started.
See our new gigantic Statis X-Ray machine. It is a wonder. We
use all forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays. Call and see a
thoroughly equipped institute. Coisultation, Inspection and examination,
free and cheerfully given.
Call or address
Chicago Medical Institute,
124 West Third stfeet (near Main street),
' Davenport, Iowa.
Hours: 10 to 12 a. tru, 2 to 4:30 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Sundays
10:30 to 12 m.