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THE AUG US, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1907,
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
j Omaha. Shiari was employed iu a evening, Sept. 11, in houor of her birth
packing house in South Omaha, where day anniversary. Games were played,
he received the injury which brought ' after which refreshments were served,
on the attack of appendicitis. He was J Miss Gillett's twin sister, Miss Agnes,
Will March to Clinton. The commit
tee in charge of the annual trip to
Clinton, Iowa, to be made by the Two
by Four club of the Davenport Turner
society, has selected Saturday, Sept.
21, as the day the boys will start on
the trip. The trip will be made on
fQot and before the destination is
reached it is expected that only three
or four members will hold out, as the
others will drop out at various points i !"
along the line.
operated on, but peritonitis set in and
he succumbed to the attack. The ashes
will probably be sent to Iris wife and
son in Japan.
Kimball House Leased. J. H. Hien
of Oskaloosa yesterday completed the
organization of the Hien Hotel com
pany, which will be incorporated at
once. The company has taken a 10
ycar lease of the Kimlmll hotel, now
going through the rebuilding process,
and Mr. Hien will take the active man
agement of the hotel. The Hien Hotel
company of Davenport incorporates
with $20,000 capital, to be paid up be
fore commencing business, and with
the following oilicers: President and
general manager, .1. II. Hien; vice pres
ident, Max E. Ochs; secretary and
treasurer, Dick It. Lane. These offi
cers, with II. H. Hitn of Oskaloosa,
will be the directors of the company.
Hit by Employe; Sues. S. Isenberg.
the tailor, yesterday had an original
notice served on the People's Light
company, notifying them that shortly
a suit for $500 damages would be tiled
against them. As a basis for the suit,
Mr. Isenberg alleges that an employe
of the light -company came to his place
to remove a meter, and that during an
argument which followed he was
struck and assaulted by the employe.
Captain Bryson Invited. Postmaster
Brysoii has received from the city of
Keokuk, through (). A. Talbot, chair
man of the committee on invitations,
an invitation to be the guest of the
city on the occasion of the president'-
visit to Keokuk Oct. 1. As far as
known this is the first of the kind to
be received in Davenport.
Mayor Names Delegates. Mayor
Becker has appointed Captain Walter
Blair, A. O. Day and Chris Sehricker
as delegates from the city of Davenport
to the convention of the I'pper Missis
sippi River Improvement association,
to be held Oct. 22 and 23, in Moline.
Jap is Cremated. The body of Y.
Shiari, who died Tuesday in Omaha
after an operation for appendicitis, was
sent here for cremation yesterday. The
remains were accompanied by Fred 12.
Fero, who returned last evening to
Obituary Record. Rosina Marti,
age 85 years, died Wednesday evening
at 11 o'clock at the home of her son,
Conrad Marti, in Allen's Grove town
ship. She was born in Gladders
Switzerland, and came to this country
in ISIS with her husband who died in
1SS0. She has been a resident of
Scott county for 59 years, having
lived 15 years in Davenport and th;
remainder of the time in Allen's Grove.
The surviving members of her imme
diate family are two daughters, Mr
Uose Schoolmeier and Mrs. Anna
Bauingai ten, and three sons, Fred,
Conrad and Edward Marti. There
ire also 2!) grandchildren and five
;reat grandchildren who survive he-.
and Mrs Ben Haistead
Island visitors Friday of
Cornelius Swarlout departed Mon
day morning for Urbaua, 111., where
he will attend school.
Frank Melleny and family of Alexis
111., visited Saturday and Sunday at
the home of Lr-ster Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Uartman of
Aledo visited Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Barbara llarttnan.
Mrs. John Reaher and daughter
Miss Edith, spent Friday night of la t
week with Mrs. Mary lteaber iu Aledo.
Hiram Cooper and John Reaber an.!
Misses Edith Reaber, Barbara Hart
man and Lulu Cooper returned home
from- Bay island Friday. They repot t
a merry time and brought home a uic
lot of fish.
Miss Nellie C.x.per, who is workln:
at the home of Will Clarke, east of
Aledo, spent Saturday night and Sun
day with home folks.
Prentice Dumbell, George Tay'o
Ira Snell and Glen Taylor went to Bay
John Hartnian returned home Fi!-
dav after spending several days in
The Hamlet school will be closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday o
this week so the children will haw
an opportunity to aiteud the Mercer
Lewis Gridley s little daughter wis
sick the first of the week.
who is in Kansas City, was not pres
ent, but will bo presented with a sou
venir spoon with her name engraved
on it, the same as her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foster and daugh
ter Nora spent Saturday night and Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Foster's broth
er, Joe Bowser, and family, near Muscatine.
Mrs. Carl Blankenburg of Rock Is
land returned to her home Thursday
after spending several days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gillett.
Miss Clara Whicher of Muscatine
spent Sunday with her friend, Miss Al
Rev. Mr. Herrick of. Lone Tree
preached two sermons at the Baptist
church Sunday 'morning and evening
A. large audience was present at both
Rev. J. R. Spiller of Marston passed
hrough here Monday on his way home
Mrs. T. Noble of Pine Bluff was op
erated on at her home Monday morn
ing by Drs. Morgridge and Norton of
.Muscatine. -Mrs. Cynthia Mcureer is
caring for her.
PHYSICIAN WHO DID
Veterans Hold Reunion. M. R.
Metzgar was host yesterday at the
annual reunion of veterans of Com
panies II and K, olst Illinois infantry.
who gathered at his home.. Oilicers
were elected and the veterans voted tw
meet next year with S. J. Allen at
Port Byron. The election resulted
President. R. Rowland. Erie: secre
tary, M. R. Metzgar, Moline. Those
present: Lieutenant A. Eads, Com
pany K, Macomb; R. Rowland, Com
pany II, Erie; S. J. Allen, Company
H, Port Byron; W. F. Nicholson, Com
pany H, Rock Island; C. W. Newton
Company H, Kewaftee; M. R. Metzgar,
Company, H, Moline, and Fred Thomp
son, Company K, Orion. The wives
of Comrades Metzgar, Allen, Niclu".
son, Newton and Thompson were also
present at the reunion.
Dedication Next Spring. The niona
ment on Campbell's island will not bo
dedicated this fall. The season is ij
far advanced and the press of events
left on the midnight train from Rock
Island for Trenton, Mo., where they
will make their home.
The Ladies' uuiou met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kins
man. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wheelock have
a baby daughter at their home, bo-n
Ira Reeves has sold his dwelling on
J. H. McDanwell, who has beeu con
ducting a barber shop in the new
laundry building has sold his shop
fixtures and they will be moved to
Mrs. S. A. Cartwright is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. H inkle.
Owen McAree and family have
moved into one of Dr. Browning's new
on Seventh street and First
PUT OFF TRAIN;
lllinoisan Who Is Ejected for Refusal
to Pay Three Cents a Mile
Blooniington, 111., Seut. 20. ClareiK'
Wilson was compelled to tender cas
fare to a Big Four conductor because
the agent at Mackinaw was out of
in Moline is so great for what re- tickets. The conductor demanded
Shooting at Rosehill, III., Reported
Caused by Quarrel Over
Mat toon, 111., Sept. 20. Charles
Swick, city marshal of Rosehill, was
shot and killed Wednesday night by
Dr. J. W. Hut ton, a well known physi
cian of that village. An automatic
revolver was used and nine bulle's
took effect. At the coroner's inquest
Hutton was exonerated, it being de
clared justifiable homicide. No wit
nesses were present at the shooting,
which is said to have been due to a
quarrel over a woman.
mains of the fall that it seems inipos
sib'.e to arrange ceremonies sufficient
ly elaborate to be in keeping with the
occasion. Added to this is the illness
of C. H. Deere, whose aid was so ef
fectual in securing the erection of the
monument, and whose daughter, Mrs.
William Butterworth, is regent of the
local chapter of the D. A. It., through
whom the state appiopriation is beim;
expended. This week will see the
completion of the monument.
Energy for breakfast to start
Sustenance for lunch to carry
Rest and renewed strength
at close of day.
The food ideal for every meal.
More nutritious than any
other wheat food.
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
cents a mile, but when Wilson refuse!
to pay more than 2 he was ejected
from the train and forced to walk
three miles. He has filed suit fo;
damages. The case will be the first
in Illinois as a result of the new law.
Chicago, Sept. 20. Following are
market quotations today:
ADVOCATES ABOLITION OF
A surprise party was given for Miss
Alice Gillett at her home Wednesday
PERIODS OF PAIN
MISS ADELAIDE. NICHOLS
While no woman is entirely free
from periodic suffering, it does not
seem to be the plan of nature that
women should suffer so severely. Ir
regularities and pain are positive
evidence that something is wrong
which should be set right or it will
lead to serious derangement of the
Thousands of women, have
found relief from all periodic suf
fering by taking Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, which
is made from native roots and herbs,
as it is the most thorough female
regulator known to medical science.
It cures the condition which
causes so much discomfort and robs
that period of its terrors. Women who are troubled with painful or ir
regular functions should take immediate action to ward off the serious
consequences and be restored to health and strength by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Adelaide Nichols of 324 West 22nd Street, New York City,
writes: Dear Mrs, rinkham:-"If women who suffer would only rely
uxn Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound their troubles would be
quickly alleviated, I feel greatly indebted for the relief and health
which has been brought to me by your inestimable remedy."
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints
such as Falling and Displacements, and Organic Diseases. Headache,
General Debility, Indigestion, and invigorates the whole feminine
system. For the derangements of the Kidneys of either sex Lydia
B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is excellent.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Worn mifferinrr from anv form of female weakness are invited to
write Mrs.Pinkham, at Lynn,Mass.From the symptoms given, the trouble
may be located and the quickest and surest way ot recovery auvissu.
gg (eg gj PURELY
Resolution Advocating Such a Policy in
Church Arouses Southern Illi
Mount Carmel, III., Sept. 20. A reso
lution advocating the abolition of the
probationary state in the church is ex
pected to cause a heated discussion in
the southern Illinois conference today
it was introduced yesterday, but no
action was taken on it.
Other resolutions of interest intro
duced were one asking for the an-
pointnient of a joint committee io
bring about a union between the north
and south churches, and one condemn
Reports from the various churches
showed good gains in all for the year.
Blooniington, 111., Sept. 20. Nine
young men were consecrated to the
ministry by Hishop McDowell at yes
terday's session of the Illinois
Methodist church. They are Albert
Cunningham, Blooniington; Oscar Hess,
Island Grove; Fred Stephenson, Siiarps
burg; James Morgan, Nables; Louis
Moore, Springfield; II. - L. Overdeer,
Bluffs; Clause McKay,, .Irving; John
Lehman, Butler, and M. D. Tremaine,
The transfer of Itev. Louis Campbell
from Nebraska to the Illinois confer
ence, of Rev. Elijah Longbrake from
the Illinois to the Rock River, and of
Rev. J. F. Harvey from the Illinois to
the Austin, and the admission of Rev.
Louis Moore, late of the Baptist denom
ination at Springfield, III., to the Illi
nois conference were announced.
Addresses were made yesterday by
Rev. David Downey of New York and
Rev. William Frye of Trenton, N. J.
Appointments will be given out Mon
Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 20. The cen
tral Ohio conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church, in session here, dis
posed of three most important Questions
in short order Ttv n vnto nf iin t. 17. served. The
m-,. H IU VII A XV I.W A I
Obituary Record. Theresa Manj
Iverson, the young wife of Lawrence
Iversou. passed away at 7:30 Wednes
day evening at the family home, Niut:i
street and Nineteenth avenue. Shj
was born in Norway, Jan. 25, lj:S3, and
came to this country three years ago.
making her home directly in Moline.
She was a devout Christian and a
member of Zion Lutheran church if
Rock Island. Beside her husband she
leaves one child, Thoriief Julius. Ther i
also survive her mother, Mrs. Johanna
Knutson, a brother. Thorval Knutsor.
and a sister, Mrs. John Larson, all of
Moline, and two sisters and a broth ;r
living in Norway. -The funeral will
be held Saturday afternoon at 1:3)
from the home and at 2:30 from Zion
Lutheran church. Rev. E. K. Jouso.i
will officiate and interment will be iu
Esther Matilda Charlbcrg, 4-year-oM
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot W.
Charlberg, 71!) Third street, died Wed
nesday evening. i ne nine one was
born in Moline Aug. 31, 19i2.
Sad news conies to the city of th.'
death of Miss Julia Dahlberg at the
home of her aunt in Norfolk, Va. Tlv;
emi came ai i:iu yesterday morning.
Miss Dahlberg went to Norfolk tl
j-ui oi last June to visit her aunt,
Mrs. Christine Peterson, and to a:
tend the Jamestown exposition. I.i
the course of the summer she was
taken down with typhoid fever, and for
a long time was seriously iil. She was
born in Sweden Feb. 1;, lSsu, an i
came to Moline with her parents 1
years ago. The three brothers who
survive ate Charles, Axel and Ernest;
the sister, Mrs. Hilda Olson of Moline.
Lauren de Chastel Myers, S-umnth.--old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Myers.
HIS Eleventh-and-a-half street, diel
yesterday morning at !):30 at the Tri
city sanitarium of spinal meningitis
May, 107 V,
97, OS',, 97, 971
. 10S, 107
September. CI, C;i?s
December, 57-4, SUVA. 57V
May, 5!S, C0V. 5S, 59-;
September, 55 Vs, 55, 55
December, 53vi, 51, :!, 5'J1
May, 55 VA, 55',2, 55, 51.
October, closed H.90.
January, 15.13, 15.27, 15.15, 1
October, S.90, S.95, S.9o, S.95.
January, S.CO, S.C7, S.C0, S.C5.
October, S.40, 8.45, S.io. S.15.
January, 7.S5, 7.95, 7.S5, 7.95.
linois State Fair
Sept. 27 Oct. 5, 1907.
ONLY 2c PER MILE
And SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE to and from
CHICAGO m. ALTON R. R.
"THE ONLY WAY"
the conference decided in favor of sep
arate bishops for races and languages.
By a vote of 11G to 49 the conference
voted in favor of returning to the old
time limit as to tenure of pastors with
churches. After taking this vote a mo
tion to express it as the sense of the
conference that the time limit be fixed
at five years was unanimously adopted.
COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED
S. S. S. is recognized everywhere not only as the best of all blood puri
fiers and the greatest of all tonics, but the one medicine that can be taken
with absolute safety by everyone. Young or old, those in robust health, or
those whose systems are delicate and run-down, may use it with the same
irood results, and equally without fear of any unpleasant or injurious after
effects. Next in importance to removing the cause of any disease is the
Condition in which the sj'stem is left after a course of medical treatment.
Medicines containing mercury, potash or other strong mineral ingredients
often do permanent injury by eating out the delicate lining and tissues of
the stomach, producing chronic Dyspepsia, unfavorably affecting the bowels,
and so deranging the system otherwise, that even if the original disease had
been removed from the system it is left in such a weakened and deranged
condition that the health is permanently impaired. S. S. S. enjoys the dis
tinction oi being the only blood medicine on the market that does not contain
a mineral ingredient of some kind. It is made entirely of the healing, cleans
ing extracts ana imcesol roots, Herbs and barks crathered directly Irom the Ham C. Bennett. Moline
forests and fields of nature, under our own supervision, and when they reach Membership Wirt Taylor and Miss
our laboratory contain all their original valuable tonic and blood purifying Dina Ramser, Rock Island; Dr. Jennie
properties. Ve offer a reward of $1,000' for proof that S. S. S. contains a McCowen and Gcorgtf -Ellniau of Dav
particle of mineral in any form. Being made entirely from these vegetable enport; Mrs. Mary L. Edwards and
ingredients S. S. S. is absolutely harmless to the system, and while curing 'irs Mary Metzgar KlrdUv
disease adds health and strength to every part of the body. S.S. S. cures , Roonig 'and supper Mrs Marv L.
Rheuniatjsm, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Reading and Miss Fannie Benest.Dav
Sv?nl twrHtf enPrt Mrs- F.- Corcoran and Mrs. A.
Service Club Arranqes a Dis-
tribution of Its Work.
The executive committee of the Tri
city Social Service club has appointed,
the following committees:
Press and "Publicity Mrs. S. Hill.
Davenport; Miss Mamie Dodge Cook.
Rock Island; Mrs. E, B. McKeeve;
Papers and Discussions. Rev. R,
Atkinson and Mrs. C. R. McCandles-..
Davenport; Judge R. W. Olmsted ani
Hon. William Jackson, Rock Island;
Dr. S. P. S. Edwards and Mrs. Wil-
Wednesday evening, Sept. IS, at S
o'clock, at the Christian parsonage "n
Moline occurred the marriage of Pea 1
Kessler of East Moline and Leroy Mii
ier of Trenton, Mo., Rev. Mr. Henry
officiating. The couple was attenue-1
by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams nf
East Moline, orother-in-law and sister
of the bride. After the ceremony
the wedding pa"ty went to the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Williams in East Mo-l'-ne
where the wedding supi.er was
house was decorated i:i
pink and white asters. The brie'.:
wore a brown broadcloth with ecru 11 K
waist over silk. Mr. and Mrs. Minie-
The Headaches of
No medicine in these troubles
gives the same splendid results
that Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve
If there Is any time In a grirl's "f
when she needs watching: and care It is
during the early years of her life. The
rapid growth and changes that occur
and the strain of school duties all call
for additional strength. Dr. A. W.
Chase realized this and met the re
quirements of the condition with his un
efiualed nerve and general tonic, Dr. A.
W. Chase's Nerve Pills, and to provs
their great value in such cases we give
you the statement of Mrt. Geo. Shutz,
647 Fair St., New Philadelphia, Ohio,
who says: "Dr. A. v. chase's Nerve
Pills are an excellent medicine. My
little girl was so run down she had to
stay out of school nervous headaches
and nervousness as well "as general
weakness was her trouble. The
medicine built her up finely, cured
the nervouFnes9 and headaches gave
her strength and enabled her to return
to her studies. I have used them my
self as well, and find them an excellent
nerve and general tonic." 50c a box at
all dealers or Dr. A. W. Chase Medi
cine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Receipts today: Wheat, 1-19; corn.
71S; oats, L'SO; hogs, 12,0ii0; cattl:,
15.0110; sheep, 0,000.
Estimated receipts Saturday: Wheal,
l'JG; corn, GG'J; oats, iSl; hogs, 12,001);
Hog market opened slow. Light,
$t;.i.j(TiC.17; mixed and butchers, $5.i;o
(5C.13; good heavy, $5.30(50.20; rough
heavy. $5.30 7f 5.55.
Cattle market opened steady.
Beeves, $4.00fl7.15; cows and heifers.
$1.00!??5.50; stockers and feeders, $2.GJ
Sheep market opened weak.
North western receipts:
Minneapolis 251 S!)
Duluth 107 154 3;:
Liverpool opening cables Wheat '-a
higher, corn Y4 higher.
1:30 p. 111. Wheat l?i to l?'s higher,
corn to -74 higher.
Liverpool closing Wheat IV2 to 2
higher, corn to 94 higher.
Direct connections via Peoria and the
This year's fair will surpass all previous ones
amount of exhibition space has alieady been assigned
Alton's direct short line.
Twice the usual
C. & A. trains kave Peoria 7:00 a. m., 7:03
noon, and C: 10 p. m. Fine connections returning
a. ni., 9:00 a. m., 12
SPECIAL SHUTTLE TRAIN" FAIR GROUNDS SERVICE will be in
effect by the Chicago & Alton between its Springfield depot and the
State Fair grounds upon arrival of all C. & A. trains. Trains will be
run every few minutes. Fare only 10 cents.
FOR LOW RATE TICKETS SEE TICKET AGENTS.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Sept. 20. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 12',c
per lb; hens, per lb., Sc to 9c;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c: turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9 to 10c.
Butter Dairy, 20 to 22c.
Lard 10c to 11c.
Eggs Fresh, 1718.
Vegetables Potatoes, 60c; onions,
I logs $5.50 (& $0.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.75; lambs, $4.50 to $G.75.
Cattle Steer3, $3.50 to $5.00; cowa
and heifers, $2 to $4.00; calves, $1.50 lo
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 60c; oats, 45c.
Forage Timothy, $10(i.$13; prairie.
$9$12; new, $S?i$10; clover, $10
$12: straw, $C$S.
Wood Hard, per load, $5 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack
per bushel, 7 to 8c.
Medal for Hero Policeman.
Burlington, Iowa, Sept. 20. In rec
ognition of his bravery in attacking 1
band of burglars single-handed last
Saturday and fatally shooting Georg;
Robertson, one of the baud, the board
of police and fire commissioners pr.v
sented Policeman Frank Weiss with
a gold medal appropriately inscribe!.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond, Va., says: ..I had a fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism; was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
eaough to get Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. This cured me after doctors'
prescriptions had railed to nave any
effect I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used it" Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son. 220
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy. jWest Second street Davenport.
HOULD you call at our office, write
or telephone to us, our confidential
agent would call on you at once,
explain all of our plajis, and make
all necessary arrangements IN YOUR
OWN HOME. (No charge unless loan
is made.) We pay off loans with other
companies and give you more cash, at
lower rate. Loans with us can be re
paid either weekly or monthly, as you
$1.80 per week repays a $75 loan.
We loan in Buffalo, LeClaire, Clin
ton, Sil vis, East Moline, and all near
Fill out this blank and mail to us,
and we will call on you at once.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
Old Phone N. 2425. 2194 Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
Our Great Annual Fall Clearing Sale
At Less than Factory Cost. Look:
2,000 rolls good Wall Paper only 2c a roll
3,000 rolls better Wall Paper only 3c a roll
5,000 rolls 10c, 12c and 15c grads only 5c a roll
5,000 rolls 18c, 20c and 25c grade only - 10c a roll
All our celebrated Special Imports, worth up to 75c, during this sale
at onIy 25c a roll. -" cr.. .
100 Rooirf Lots of Fine Wall Paper
Only $1 for the ENTIRE ROOM.
This sale only lasts a few days. Buy now. Prices will never be
so low again.
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
310-312-314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.