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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1907.
S OF THE NEIGHBORS
lion, Nick Kaphoalas, also seriously at
tacked by typhoid, is still living.
. Reduces Slock
port and Subuiban Hail way t o.up.iny
have been liled iu the o!!ii c of (bounty
Reeorde.r. Frank Holm, by t lit' terms
of which capital stock is reduced
from Ji.tfio.ntio to $H,'nm. ' The. lines
ot tiie voi'ipany.itre now a part of t'l.i
T;-i-elty Railway, company's system
"but for business ti.n oils the olil cuia
pflny will iiof ko out of existence ,n
the present liine anl tiie corpora t.o;:
will be maintained with a rapiral
Lurnbcr Firm-Dicr-clvic. l'ians for
ti, dissolution of t'.ie Lindsay L-u,
Lumber ci.mp.-Dv. four!"! , h-.f
n5;nth, were carried out at a me-fiii;
bf.ld In 'the' offices of the 'Lindsay-
Button Wcrker Dead in Buffalo.
Amended arti -ltM ' John Eberhardt, a button worker f
.of the Haven- ,,aalo, died there yesterday morning
of fie!iio:rhaj?e of the lung. He ha I
been eonuiupii vely inclined for years.
weeks' visit at the home of Mr. anil
Mrs. John O. Mealia. -
Mrs. 'Lizzie Atkinson of Cuba, 111.,
is visiting with relatives and friends
in Sheii ard and Cable.
To H. D. Wayne, Rock Island, II. .
Dear Sir: Good quantity in merchan
dise is always profitable to the man
who is associated with it.
"Mr. Joshua Ruble of Waynesville.
Ills., wanted Devoe lead-and-zino
paint, because he knew it was good ;
and as he couldn't buy it at home, he
sent to our agent at Blooiningto
H. S. McCurdy.
When the. folks at Waynesvill? Eaw
1 Honor Rev. L. A. Johnston. Rev. L.
Ray Williams'ls visiting at Chicas t A- jo;,nHln, pastor of the Swedish i
iui u lew uiiis. . .. . . . . .... ,. . i , j ,
. ... , .ii , , ' UiUiiei an :nuic-u, was ve:,ieruay fiectea now iiiiicn lieuer ijcvikj lean uuu-zinu
Mis. ( oker of Colchester. 11!.. la vW- .. . . v .
.tins with her son, I red foster, anl CoillJ, o( Luthelana of Nnr,;, Amtrl; COVMedt Ihey want.d lt.
I Mrs' Kllin-wo.th returned to her. a Associate,! Press Mr. C W. Whltemaa is now r.el!i,,
.home in St. Louis Wednesday after a-tch. The general council Is. in Cevo, lead-and-z.ne paint in Wayuef-
t,.- ,.!t,o t .'. a sct!.!jn at Buffalo. N. Y. !Jr. Sehmauk vlll. Yours truly.
' x., ,.. . . r" riVr: : .7 was nekcted picsMei.t; Rev. A. Auue) i . . P. W. DEVOH & CO.
Pnelps Lt'uiiier company esterday.
T1!. lw I . r .: . t..
iiitr ui inuT,ui.- lietu lltt aHf'eSHed
meennt;, the assets or the coiiipatiy
were ordered divided anion;1: the stocV
hjvldtrs. and tlie eontpauy was for
mally dissolved." The nso.st interesting,
feature of the meeting was the pres
entation of a gold headed can ? to Pres
ident -J.' E. LiudFay, by' the direct'-.
of tlie corn pan v K. S. Crossett. PranU
Mueller. 'Calvin Ainsworlli. II. a;
Ainsworth. Fred Wyman. Ant bony
Eurdlek, V. C. A. Denkinann and -M.
, i . .... '.' . o . -
iHi'gh Schoof Football Dates. Man
ager Thatcher .lias abi:t completed
the schedule for the cunuiis; season for
the high school team. ' All of the tehmH
to be played "aVr capable of puttin- rip
giod contests. The schedule is as
followVr" Oct. 3.-'CIintmi at Clinton'
Oct. 12. Opeinp.t Davenport. Oct. 1.).
Iowa" City- at navfhport. ()ct.'2C. Du
buque at DubiKiue. Nov. 2. Clinton at
Davenport. Nov. (lalesburg at Dov
enpoit. Nov. 1G, Kewatiee at Ke
wanee. Nov. 2S, Molie.e at Davennr-.ri.
and s(,;ne years ago was treated for
pleurisy, a part of ! an affected rib b
."ttg reinoved. lie leaves a wife an 1
child. Interment wHl be at H iffalo.
Wculd Enjoin City. Cantain C. W.
-cti ick r, tnror.gb Attorney Owge L Her, Mrs. Ou:ney Farrow
Huhbell, has started injunction pr i-' Klvvoo.l Quaititaac:1 la making an ex-c-e.M.ngs
against the city of Daven- ten.ie.l visit 'iu Baltimore,
port, with a view of enjoining ihe:: j Frank Dahlbcrg left for Galesburg
from the. threatened sale of -his prop laci Thursday where 'he haa secured a
erty on Pine street." Captain Schricker position as fireman. . "
states Jn his petition that the paving! Mrs. William Wilson of Reynolds Is
jtax assessed against the property f vkiting At the home of h--r parent;
the at.pha.t in front of tt, amounts to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Grady.
Mi;:s Rcseua Roberts returned ho in-
Tuesday from th hospital where sh'
had been for three weeks.
,$S12.f;;. The property at the iast ci'yl
l.MJiiv.niiillt urno ..r-fm.,.,.,1 r. 1 All I
assessment, was assessed at $1
I The law provides that no paving
? ssment shall exced 25 iter cent f
valuation of the
properly. At this valuation and allow
ing a 'ITt per cent paving assessment,
it would be but $.125. wii'Meby the ci'v
is now endeavoring to collect $313.CG.
Dr. C. Oharer of Pleasantvllle, la'.
spent a few days with friends and rel
atives in this vicinity Tast week.
Ir. and Mrs. James Wanna n anl
son of Pine Bluff and the Misses Pea'l
and Arizona Watson. Ethel; Foster.
Mildred Vanatta and Jessie Bend!-
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. an I
Mrs. D, A. "Kleist.
Ceorgt; Chase and Lee dreen qf Mus
catine spent" Friday at the borne of
D. A. Kleist. - i
Albert-Bowser, of 'Pine Bluff has pur
chased tlie Oharer farm near Pin-2
Bluff on the Illinois City road.
James Reynolds of Rock slantl spent
Saturday and Sunday at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds of
Mr .and Mrs. Carl Blankenburg of
Rock Island spent Sunday at the home
of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Cillett. Mrs. Blankenburg will re
main until Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kranz and
family of Milan spent Sunday at the
, (home of the former's mother. Mrs.
T hG3trG TSlK llOa' f lA"Kst Kranz, who; accompanied thein
A 'home for week's visit.' ;
' !"" '' : ' Rannie Bowser and Fred Kleist of
EUGENE M00RE, THE STAR OF THE .'Foster made -a business trip to Millers
NEV PRODUCTION -'My. Boy,, Jack," jburg Monday. . .
wkichwill bo seen in-the ciiy very oon, Xhe i;Hiou ,)icili(i 1)fIt, hl pmvPli.,
isoae of the most thoroughly equipped ' 0 . , , , , .
and yerstile actors on the American stage, f e 'a? uy a",e
HE VIRTUALLY HAS PLAYED ALL THE f IHlnolB-City, Sunday school had c harge
PARTS that fall to .the lot . cf a MODERN of the stand this year. Next year the
STOCK LEADING MAN and his especial,. Babtist,., Sunday school will., hay.?
experience on tee
road includes a
Greek Dies of Typhoid. Cits Cook
lis, one of the Creeks who was re
moved to the hospital about ien days
ago, suffering from typhoid fever, die!
at St. Luke's Thursday. His eompan-
Do The ' f
brilliant group of I Right Thing)
characters. In such, plays as "Mont!
Cristo," which be appeared in last season
he;Ls fascinating through tho keeness and
poWer of -hid ' depiction, and in this he
shows gras pi and finesse equal to Charles S
Thome. ''Mr.' Moore's high standing ant
aims ca well as his good taste and hi:
determination to pressnt plays of the bes
clzss, are shown in his choice of "My Boy
Jack." The author, Edwin Milton Royle
is written several cf tho most successfu
j-lays of recent years, including "Th
Squaw Man," in which William Favei
sham reached the highthof his popularity
and "Mollie Moonshine'' in which Mari
Cahiil delighted crowded houses during a:
entire season. The story of "My Boy
Tick" is a romance of the most appealing
kind au J the whole play is permeated wit!,
what has been called, one of the heavenly
vgift t' 'Americans, humor. The par
which Mr. Moore plays, Jack, is a delight
ful blending of romance and humor, witl
Mr. and Mrs. James Wildangh ot
Missouri RTe visiting "friends' in tUU
Mr. and Mrs. T. Watson and so'
lussell, spent Sunday at the Ben. U
Davis home. , .
A party was given at the home -;f
Miss Carrie rFreyermuih Saturday
Bernice Spickler. Raymond Van
Oolah and Raymond Kleist, who have
been sick the past weeks are Im
.John Wray and son John of Wray
ille were in Rock Island Monday.
Miss Nelle Ahlschager returned to
ler home in Muscatine after spending
few . days with her cousin, Mis
Mr. and Mrs. Francis McNabnev
were out fr.m Rock Island calling on
A yellow catfish that tipped the
beam at 58 pounds was caught by
Jehu Edeiman, a Hampton fisherman.
Mr. and Mrs. . Kruil Ilenllne accom
panied bv their lou Carl were In Chi
Mrs. W. S. Read has been entertain
ing her mother, Mrs. Miller, of CeiK
The net proceeds of the ic cream
sociable held at the town hall Tues
day evening under the auspices of t'ao
1-adies' Aid society, were about
Mis. Fiancia Black entertained he
sister, Mrs. Solonia n Mce.ler, of R.ist
Rev. W. S. Read, pastor of Damp
ton Methodist Episcopal church, is at
Rock Island attending conference.
Mrs. Anna Thompson, who has beeu
visiting relatives at. u atertown. re
turned home Wednesday.
The sick people of the J. M. Benson
family are improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Light and fain
ny spent ounuay witn . relatives ai
Pleasant Valley,, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sik.es are guests
at the home of Mrs. Sikes' brother,
Mrs. Paul (luckeit was among those
who attended the Rock Island county
fair Wednesday. : . : ; ;
Mrs. Margarie Brewster f Rock
Island has been ' visiting her sister
Mrs. Maria' Sikes. ;
Mr. and Mrs. William Bishop of
Moline left yesterday for home, aftec
calling on Hampton relatives.
Mis. Mary Cook's dwelling is betng
rejiaiied. ' ' "
Rev. A. Appe) '
, of Peoria, recording secretary, and Dr. I ?w rk and Chicago..
JoiiDRion, corresponding secretary. . I ' rari'ioii iv iiiie: uu w.j-
o -t orating company Feus our paint. -j
Jumped Car; , Broke Leg. Charlea- - - j
Cai ion, 14 years -old. fell while jump-1 foOXOttOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO '
mg lroni a tireei car on tne mun o
' Thurcday evening and sustained a bad
Jsrcak in the left leg just above the
ankle. In company with jorne com- A
panions he had been Jumping on and
off the street earn dining the afternoon.
and would leave the car when chased
by the conductor. Carlson was getting
cut of the way of the conductor when
the accident occurred. - '
Church Reopened. The First Con
gregational church, newly decorated
nd looking lresh and fine as new, win
be In shape 'or resumption of rer vices
tomorrow.- Not' only will the regular
fore-noon and .evening services be held.
but also the Sunday school will resume
its work, the session opening at 9:4r
Talk Game with Alumni. Quite a
bunch of fast football players of the
Moline high school are ready - to go
onto the team to line up against the
regulars, Sept. 21. The alumni team
this year will be, strong as several stars
of by gone days ate out for a trial. Th.
team will meet at Athletic field tomor
PILES. ETC. "
CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL.
trus worth, high character and the devotior
cf tho test friendship shining through th(
witty remarks. Mr. Moore has the gift tc
comprehend the rola and play it with just
the life, lightness and earnestness it
inquires. Jack a crusty lather, the pool
young composer, tho prima donna with
vkom both Tack and the composer are self
tairificingly in love, and the kind younj
landlady are fne characters.
A gentleman from the central part of the
Etate said, "Don t you Know, I was nevei
i:ore pkased in my life than with your
t.lay "My Eoy, Jack?" I am simply
delighted. If the peoplo in the towns that
jou visit knew of the goodness of your
play the theatres would not hold the
Come in when we get to town and see
; what wc have got. You won't be asked to
stay It it doea cot
suit you and we'll
give you yonr
money hack to hoot,
We -want you to have the "at home ' feel
ing when you come to see us, and sot the
l-wi?n-l-was-at-nGnie leeung. - voni
inaii9 you'll be lonesome. "THERE
WILL BE A FEW OTHERS OUT TO SEE
T;S w. call the Theatre filled "a fw.'
USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL
ILLINOIS THEATER, SATURDAY
Mrs. Robert MeConoehie and nei?e
if Rock Island were visiting at 'th.;
ome of James Miller last week.
The W. C. T. U. held their regular
neeting at Mrs. D. T. Little's.
David little returned from Kansas
Orrin Roberts Is building a ban
ind enlarging the house on his lot at
The horse of Mrs. E. R. Jabn be
ame frightened at an automobile
Saturday throwing Mrs. Jabn out lturt-
ng her quite seriously. She will be
confined to her bed for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller left
Wednesday for Kansas to be gone fo
i month or two.
Mrs. Herman Hofer and sons r
:urned home Thursday after a twi
weeks' visit in Iowa.
W. F. Crawford and wife left for
3uffalo, N. Y., Tuesday.
F. E. Garnett went to Peoria Tuei
lay. , '''... ;
Frank Shaser and wife left Monday
0 visit with his brother who lives Jr.
Mrs. S. Fox Is sick tnis ween, iier
laughter of Viola is attending her.
Mrs. Eckhardt is visiting in Rock
sland this week. ' '-: :
Mr. Philips Is now agent at Taylor
ttidge. Mr. Savage left last week.
, tori Phillips viiited ids r randjmrents
in Joy F.at-jnlay night and with his
uncle. Ward Bloomer, Sunday, and at
tended tl:e Hick's meetings in New
Boston Sunday. , , , ...
"Saturday the people of this communi
ty gathered at the cemerery and mow
ed and raked the yard, which improved
it very much.
There was a surprise party a Elbiha
Lee's Monday night fur the young peo
pie. . '
Fred White, Charlie and lloyt Lee
havi gone to Champaign to school.
Sam Johnson and Miss Emma Has
kell of Reynolds spent Sunday at Ben
Hiram Cooper and daughter Lou,
John Reaber'and daughttr Edith, and
Miss Barbara Hartman went to the
Isaac Boyle has received his new au
tomobile. It is a fine machine. He
went to Rock Island in it Friday.
Obituary ' Record. Gtistaf Raymond,
the 2 months-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Uus Hoglund, died yesterday of inflam
mation of the bowels.
Swan Eiickson died at 12::: o'clock
Thursday night at bis home in South
Moline township, near the Rock river
bridge. He was 7ft years old and had
been a resident of this counry for 3S J
ears. his wire died several years ago.
Mrs. Mary J. Benn, for many years
a resident of Moline and widow of
Henry U Benn, a Mexican .war vet,
era n, passed away, yesterday morning
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Thomas Ganey of Carbon Cliff. Mrs.
Benn was in her 77th year, and cancer
of the stomach was the cause of death.;
Mrs. Benn was well known In Moline.1
especially among the residents of East
Fifth avenue, where she formerly
made ber . lyai.e. and . where her Inis
ba.id ilU-d In: January, lSSl'. Six years
ago she moved to Carbon Ch'ff to mal'e
her home with her daughter. Mrs. Ga
ney, and she had made It her home
ever since. Besides Mrs. Ganey, an-
ot.ser- daugl ter ai-.rt. son imivive to
mourn Mrs. Ben n's 'death. The daugh
ter Is Mis. James Pettlfer of Spokane,
Wash., and the son is George Mitchell
of Nevada. Col. ,
And a full
THE ROCK ISLAND FURRIER,
1619 Second Avenue, Rock (aland.
ALL DISEASES OF A CHRONIC 'R PRIVATE NATURE TREATED iV
THE LATEST. SCIENTIFIC METHODS.
NO EXPERIMENTING NO MISTAKES.
When you go to Dr. Young for treatment you go with that tabling tha:
you are not going to be experimented on. Il's long experience as a special-
Id and je3is of trailing iu the leaJ'ng pcLt-graduatc colges and hospitals
of Philadelphia, New York, London, Peris. Vienna ano Berlin has not only
taught bini to locate eveiy disease without a iugle mistake, but to knoiv
from the very beginning, the treatment to g've that will cure, which-' doej
away with all possib'lit? of experimenting. He invites all to call, especially
those who have failed to get well elsewhere.
OSCAR A. YOUNG. M. D.
Third Floor, South Putnam Building. DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 3 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 12 m.
NOTE: Until furlier not.ee there will be rTo charge for consultation.
Isaac Edwards left last week for i
trip through 'Wisconsin.
" Thomas Blenkinsopp is In Colorado
on a two weeks' trip.
Mrs. George Bell and baby returned
home Sunday from Orion where she
visited her sister,' Mrs. Ben Heffering. !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, Sr.! or
Rock Island, came out Saturday and'
are visiting with their,, children.
Mrs. Charles Simmons 13 very sick,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Wallace Edwards are
the parents of a baby girl who arrive!
last Monday, and 13 their first born.
Miss May McCann left for ber horns
n Moline Saturday after a threaj
tfkr mw qstf
THE GLASS THAT CHEERS
As well as invigorates Is always
at band when you are supplied
with Carse & Ohlweller com
pany's bottled beverages. These
drinks are manufactured and bot
tled with the greatest care, and
are guaranteed to be absolutely
pure and of rare and delicious
Wfe are agents for McAvoy's
Malt Marrow, the great tonic for
the sick and the convalescents,
from whatever disease. Send for
a trial order.
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone
6830. . - - . -
V.'lllio Sheppard has gene for a isit
with lelatives in Mon.T.outh.
Mrs. T. B. Chambers very pleasant
ly enteiained the Royal Neighbors'
camp Tuesday afternoon. A nice lunch
A number from here attended the Jos
iin fair this week.
Mr. and Mis. Bart Simmons , have
moved here from Moline and will oc
cupy two rooms with Ed Axelson and
Mrs. Frank McKenrlck was a Mo
line visitor Tuesday afternoon. ,
Mrs. Thomas Caverly of East Moline
attended the meeting of the Royal
Neighbors here Tuesday afternoon. i
Mrs. Will Gainey and mother, Mrs.
John Henneghan of Carbon Cliff, were
visiting friends here Tuesday.
Mrs. A. D. Cox and children Berna
dlne and Collin of East Moline were
the guests Tuesday of Mrs. G. E. Pe
terson. Mrs. S. A. Cartwrlght and daughter
Mildred of East Moline visited here
Tuesday with Mrs. T. B. Chambers. .
E. Herron and family, W. -Warren
and -family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Warren were among those who attend
ed the Joslin fair Tuesday.
The funeral of Charles Allsbrow was
held Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Mr.
Sttvens of Kewanee having charge, of
the services. The singers consisted of
the Methodist choir from Port Byron.
Charles 'Arenschield, wife and little
daughter have gone to their home in
Chicago after a visit here with the
former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. O.
Mrs. M. C. Hayes visited with friends
in Hampton Wednesday.
es A old .
When you need a Tailored Gar
ment, go to a tailor. When you
are ill, call to a physician, not a
carpenter, shoemaker or horse
.1 am like a physician in some
respectsbecause I prescribe dif-.
ferent clothes for different peo;
pie. I study a man's taste, and
am In a position to know what
- - -
he needs in clothes. I make no
charge for suggest ions.
v COME IN AND
gmd x ailor
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do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs.
Jelemma Mullins of Odessa, W.
Va. "Because, after suffering
for several years with female
trouble, and trying different doc
tors and' medicines without obtaining relief, I at last
found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all my
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Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,
periodical pains, irregular, painful or unhealthy cata
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vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject
to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited
over a million who used to suffer as you do.
At every drug store, in 51.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
describing fully all your symptoms
and we iU send you Fiee Advk
In plain sealed envelope. Ladle'
Advisory Dept.. Tti Chattanooga
MrJkine Co.. Chattanooga. Trim.
INDIANA, OHIO AND KENTUCKY
take Erie & Western R.R.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 24.
Mrs. W. G. Ausbrook and Mrs. G. E. Cincinnati, Ohio
j Sandusky, Ohio .
Peterson visited in Moline Wednesday
With Mrs. Will Miller.
Miss Anna Nelson has resigned her
position as school teacher here.
Lost and Found.
Lost, between 9.30 p. m., yesterday
and noon today, a bilious attack, wp.h
nausea and sick headache. This loss
was occasioned by finding at W. T.
Hartz's drug atore a box of Dr. King's
New Life ' Pjills. . Guaranteed for bl!
iousness, malari.i pnd ' Jaundice. 25c.
De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve Is good for boils, burns, cut3,
scalds and skin diseases. It Is espe
cially good for piles. Sold by all druggists.
Louisville, Ky. .'
Other Points at Proportionately Low
- ; ; , Rates. ' -
Tickets limited 30 days from date of
rale, returning good on regular train
leaving Peoria 7-a. in., or on special
consisting of. high back seat coaches
and standard Pullman sleepers, leaving
Peoria at 10:40 p. m."
For further information, address or
call on " '
' E. B. LEPPERT, .,'
. District Passenger Agent.
' 325 Main 8treet, Peoria, III. '
New Through Service
to the y
' -. - v '
The Rock Island has established through dally sleep- .
; r ing car.and reclining chair car service between Rock
t Island, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Kansas City via Al- -
bert Lea, Cedar Rapids, Columbus Junction, Eldon.etc.
Sept. 3 and 17. Oct. 1 and 15.
For full particulars address S. F. Boyd, Div. Pass.. -.
Agt., Davenport, or call on Rock Island Agent. ;
F. H. PLUMMER,
: v ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
. V ROCK ISLAND, ILL. ; "
laenrporated I'ader (he Static Vmw. 4 Per lent laterrat PaI4 mm Deaoait.
Money Loaned on Personal, Collateral or Real Estate Security.r '
OFFICERS DIRECTORS 1
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull. Vies President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
R. R. Cable. P. Greenawalt.
William .H. Dart, Phil Mltchfell.
II. P. Hull.' L. Simon;
E. Wr. Hurst, H. &. Cable. ;,
John Volk, ; , - '
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner of '. - - -f -.
Mitchell & Lynde building. Solicitors Jackson & Hurst
City Pass. Agt., Rock Island Linss.
1829 Second Ave., Rock Island.