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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Bank Clerks' Outing. The bank
clerks Thursday gave themselves over
to an afternoon ami evening of health
ful recreation, and enjoyed in their ex
cursion to' Lin wood one of the most de
lightful days in their red-letter calen
dar. The pleasure party numbered about
70, including some of the high officials
of the local banks, who found relaxa
tion from business cares in the splen
did weather and nature's varied re
Prisoners on a Strike. When Turn
key Phil Soehren of the Scott county
jail yesterday morning ordered the 15
stone pile prisoners to inarch down
stairs to work, not a one of them obey
ed the order. When questioned as to
their rebellion, their leader informed
the turnkey that there was "not lung
doing" until they had been supplied
with chewiug tobacco. "We will have
the tobacco or else there will be no
work," commented the leader. The
turnkey summoned Sheriff Kckhardt
and inform d him of the trouble. The
sheriff went to the prisoners and in
formed them that unless they went to
work on the stone pile at once, not one
of them would be served a meal the
entire day. "Hut we want our tobac
co," insisted the prisoner. "We have
$3.95 taken away from us before being:
sent down here, and we want this lnon
ey for tobacco." The sheriff assure!
the prisoners he would endeavor to
get this money for them, and upon be
ing given this assurance, together with
the further warning that unless they
went to work they would get nothing
to eat, they marched down to the stone
rile and began pounding rock.
Charged with Pfenty. Threatening to
commit murder, assault and battery,
disturbing the peace, and malicious
mischief are the few charges that have
been filed against Louis Can in by Wil
liam Teres, otherwise known as the
King of the (Irteks. Caitin was impli
cated with several other Greeks who a
few evenings ago started a riot at the
Greek establishment on Second street,
between Perry ami l'ock Island streets,
and wrecked the interior of the place.
At the time of the trouble Cart in took
a hurried departure to Kock Island
and was not caught until the others
had been tried and convicted.
Obituary Record. IMna Dorothea
Nissen, aged 1 month, 7 days, succumb
ed Thursday evening at In: l." to an at
tack of whooping cough. The entire
family have been ailing with the trou
ble for some time and the ailment
proved fatal for the youngest member.
been assigned to this place again, and
hereafter, beginning Sept. 2!t, will
preach regularly morning and evening.
Miss El.ina Smith and mother, Mrs.
Maniel Smith, accompanied by Mrs.
William llishop, Jr., of Moline, were in
Watertown Thursday evening visiting
J. M. Hen son, wife and four children
are convalescent atter a siege 01 ty
Mrs. Mary Cook entertained her son,
Herbert Cook of Mtline, Thursday.
It. C. Mrs. Daxon served a lunch and
the ladies all wished they might come
to Milan soon again.
Mrs. A. P. Nelson and daughter
Ruth spent Thursday in Coal Valley.
of Moline spent
with friends in
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Rev. W. S. Read was in ftn.-dinell Fri
day attending a reunion of a soldiers'
Rev. W. S. Read has returned from
conference. His fr'unds here will be
pleased to learn I bat he will remain
here as pastor of the Hampton Meth
odist church another year. He has
Joe David is moving his family fron
Mrs. Conway's house to the Williams
property on East Dickson street.
George Ailes has moved from Low
ell island to Milan.
-Morris Gannon entertained Tuesday
at a 7 o'clock dinner a number ot
friends. Those present were S. D.
Miller of Fort Wayne, Ind.; John S.
Hancock, Benton Harbor, Mich.; Mol
lis lilock, Des Moines, Iowa; II.
Shroder, Hillings, Mont.; James ani
Thomas Mirfield. Rock Island.
Mrs. A. P. Nelson entertained the
Independent club of Coal Valley nt
her home in Milan last Friday. There
were 1 1 present and a most enjoyable
afternoon is reported.
Mrs. J. H. Crisweil started to Rey
nolds Wednesday afternoon. From
there she expects to go to Aledo
Thursday to attend the fair several
Miss Florence Ewing from Albany
has been secured as companion and
nurse for .Grandma Mathews, who his
been an invalid and helpless for t he
past two years.
Mrs. J. A. McLaughlin from Gene
seo came down to Rock Island an I
Milan Tuesday returning home Wed
nesday evening. While in Milan Wed
nesday she received word of the death
of her cousin in Moline, C. H. Perrin.
Mrs. Cecil Jackson has joined her
husband at Oregon, III, their future
home. Mrs. Anna O'Neal will accor.i
pany her daughter and remain a few
days to help Mrs. Jackson get settle 1
in her new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Galiek of Da .
enport wi re calling in Milan Wednes
day and attended the lunch served bv
Mrs. Daxon at her home on Fifta
Mrs. M. J. W. Mathews has been
spending a few weeks in the country
at the home of her son, Wilson Math
ews, has returned to her home :n
H. A. Smith has moved into th-.-house
he recently purchased.
Mrs. S. Dodge, daughter Nettie and
son Loren of Rock Island spent Sun
day with her friend, Miss Anna Gold
Mrs. M. C. Moorchcad after spend
ing a week with her son, Joe, anl
other friends returned to her home
in Monmouth Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Hladel of Rock Island vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. Lena Hur
yaneck on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Daniel Daxon of Milan enter
tained about 1.1 ladies from Rock Ls'
and and Milan Wednesday afternoon,
members and their friends of the W.
Judge R. V. Olmsted presiding.
Estate of Charles Cook. Final rc
port filed. Receipt of Naomi C. Cool
widow, of all personal property inven
toried, filed. Waiver of notice of hoar
ins on final report by all heirs, filed.
Final report approved. Estate closed.
Guardianship of Louis J. Einfeldt.
Final report, receipt and release of
ward, he having arrived at he age of
21 years, filed. Said report approved.
Guardian discharged as to said Louis
Guardianship of Michael E. Donlin.
Final report, receipt and release of ward
filed. Final report approved. Estate
Estate of Jacob Kroegel. Mary E.
Cramer and W. J. Lucas, as administra
tors. Estate of David Cramer, deceas
ed. Robert Froeder and Clara Kroegel
called and defaulted in the matter of
the petition to sell real estate to pay
Estate of William Trittle. Proof of
Call New Pastor. At a meeting of
the congregation of the First L'nitaria i
church Thursday evening, held at the
home of P. M. Price, Rev. Mr. Ram
sey, who has succeeded Rev. A. N.
Judy of the First Unitarian church
of Davenport, was called to succeed
Dr. Hedley Hall in Moline.
Real Estate Transfers.
Alice C. Walker to Charles J. Lund
quist. west oS feet lot 4, block 7, Or
lando Child's addition to Moline. $l,!)w
Hans Hanso.i to Ernest Veberg. Lot
.5, block 1. Healy s first addition to
Ira A. Reeve to Benjamin B. Floyd
lot 2S, block ICS, town of East Moline
Ruth E. Taylor to Mrs. John Strayer
lot S, block 2, Dickson's addition t.
Camden (now Milan.) $500.
George E. Colliers to Hannah Coi
berg,, undivided one-third lot 10, an
east It; feet lot !. Pitts. Gilbert &
Pitts' addition to Moline. $1.
Wanted at South Bend. Camiel
Schalstraet and Mrs. VanLakin, who
came to Moline a lew days ago anl
went to housekeeping at Twen:
fourth avenue and Fourth street, were
arrested yesterday by the Moline po
lice on complaint of the officials
South Bend, Ind. The couple were
indicted by the grand jury there for
rand larceny but got away before
they could be arrested. They werj
thought to have come to Moline. a
the police were communicated with
and the arrests followed.
I day party in Moiine Thursday in hono'
of Mrs. Joe Kelley's birthday annive:
Several ladies from here attended
the thimble bee held in East Moline
Thursday with Mrs. Ellis Aldridgo.
( Rev. W. S. Read of Hampton was a
j business caller here Thursday.
Mrs. B. C. Svlvester was in Silvis
Thursday visiting with her sister.
Mrs. Otto Holland left Thursday
evening for a visit with her parents
The Harmony circle met Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Guy Nichol
son and elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: President. Mrs.
R. G. Young; vice president, Mrs. W.
II. Ellis; secretary, Mrs. W. G. Ans
brook: assistant secretary, Mrs. M.
Nicholson; treasurer, Mrs. Guy Nichol
son. The next neeting will be held
with Mrs. William Parker, Oct. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ulriehson left
Saturday for their home in Peoria.
Mrs. D. Y. Allsbrow is sick.
A. F. Hood is in Galveston, Texas.
Mrs. A. Thompson of Hamilton visa
ed here with her daughter, Mrs. Join:
A. Peterson, Thursday.
Illinois State Fair
Sept. 27 Oct. 5, 1907.
ONLY 2c PER MILE
And SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE to and frcm
. VIA THE
CHICAGO ALTON R. R.
"THE ONLY WAY
Direct connections via Peoria ami the Alton's direct short line.
Solicit for Road. The committee o.i
the building of a road from Moline
into Rural township through Coal Vai-
ley townships held a preliminary meet
ing Thursday evening, and put undo
way its first work. The main prob
lem which is faced by this committee
is the raising of $l.".0it0 with which
to build the road. Of this amount v.
certain portion must be raised by is
early a date as possible in order to
get the project under actual headwa.
Man Is Missing. Eugene Swank,
well known house mover residing at
:!20 Seventeenth avenue, has disap
peared and relatives and friends are
much worried by the possibility of his
having met with foul play. The po
lice of tile three cilies have been ap
pealed to by Mrs. Swank, and they
are working on the mystery of hi;
This year's fair will surpass all previous ones. Twice
amount of exhibition space has aheady been assigned.
C. & A. trains have Peoria 7:o a. m., 7:0:; a. in., ::00 a. m., V2
noon, and 0:10 p. in. Fine connections returning.
SPECIAL SHUTTLE TRAIN FAIR GROUNDS SERVICE will be in
effect by the Chicago & Alton bet worn 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.
THE FURRIER II
The Wealth of the Nation.
liie weaitn ot the I nited States as
fixed by the last census is 107 billion
dollars, a sum so vast as to be im
possible of comprehension. It is morn
than the combined wealth of France
Germany and Russia, and twice tha
ot tireat Britain ami Ireland. It is
also impossible to comprehend th
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preventing dyspepsia, indigestion, con
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It is also excellent for restoring
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weakened by a long sick spell. We
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one need hesitate in trying a bottle
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A Weak Stooiaclh
NEEDS THE BITTERS AT ONCE.
F. Q. Willhoite, Chattanooga, Tenn.,
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curing my stomach complaints. I suffer
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R. AMUNDSON, Bellingham, Wash.,
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When the stomach is allowed to become weak, dis
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You will then be in splendid shape to battle against
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The Aged and Infirm Will Appreciate an Occasional Dose of the Bitters.
Contract for School. 1 II. Ioren
zen was Thursday awarded a contract
to build the proposed school house J
be erected on lot VI on Eighteenth
street in Warner's addition. This
site is east of the Watertown real
and between the Rock Island and 15m
lington tracks, and it will secure it.;
pupils from a territory which ha.;
grown so rnpidiy in population thi.
bctler school facilities are necessary
The bid of Mr. Lorcnzcu was $1,U5J,
and according to the terms of his con
tract the building must be ready for
occupancy in 90 days.
Chickens Were Undrawn. Charles
Patch, driver for A. Hooth &. Co. of
Davenport. was arrested yesterdiv
forenoon at First street and Third
avenue by Dr. A. 11. Arp. health com
missioner, just as the man was en
teriiiK the cily. Six undrawn fowl
in his possession were confiscate:
and the man was charged in polic
court with violation of 'the city ordi
nance which prohibits tin sale of un
drawn fish and poultry, game, etc. H-j
was released on his own recognizance
to appear at a preliminary hearing set
for next Tuesday at 3 p. m.
Held Up on Street. The third hoi 1
up in Moline in as many weeks lr.i.;
just been reported to the police. Swai
Johnson, residing at Twenty-fifth
avenue and Seventh street, was th"1
victim of an attack by three men o.i
South Seventh street about !):ud Wed
nesday night. He was on bis wiy
home at the time and the thugs as
sa nited him after he had passed N'in v
teenth avenue and hail reached the
loneliest part of Seventh street. John
son was thrown to the ground and his
pockets were rilled, the men obtaining
$10 in cash. Johnson parted with his
cash only after the hardest kind of a
struggle. One of the men had a rock
swung in a large handkerchief with
which he attempted to hit Johnson o:i
the head. This weapon Johnson suc
ceeded in wrenching from his assailant,-and
the men then beat a-retrea
Connell Is Surprised. 1). W. Cou
ncil, retirins sunerintemlent for tha
jVelie Carriage company, was the vio
, tim of a surprise by the shopmen
(Wednesday afternoon, one of thoso
spontaneous, sure enough taking back
for the target of the plotters. Mr.
Connell was incidently lured into 13.
A." Tarbox's office on a business mis
sion. The signal for the shopmen was
tho shop whistle, and so fearful was
i Mr. Tarbox that Mr. Connell would
hear the signal and take it to be a
call for himself, that he fairly scream-j
(ed what he was saying. Maybe ther.v
j was a mute protest in Mr. Council's1
jface against being suspected of defect-'
,lve hearing, but he was too polite o
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explain all of our plans, and make
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We loan in Uuffalo, LeClaire, Clin
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Fill out this blank and mail to us,
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THE ROCK ISLAND FURRIER, O
1619 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Amount . ..' Security.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
Old Phone N. 2425. 219 Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
And when our stock has been
arranged we will show the most
complete line it has ever been
our pleasure to place before our
patrons. We are now located in
our old quarters, 211-212, which
have entirely been rearranged.
We shall be pleased to have you
call and look over our stock and
the styles lor the coming sea
son. WE DO FIRST CLASS PRESS
ING AND REPAIRING
Rooms 211-212, Peoples National Q
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 grade only 5c a roll
5,000 rolls 18c, 20c and 25c grade only 10c a roll
All our celebrated fieeial Iinorts, worth up to 75c, during this sale
at only 25c a roll.
100 Room Lots of Fine Wall Paper
Only $1 for the ENTIRE ROOM.
This sale only lats a few lays, liny now. Prices will never be
so low again.
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
310-312-314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Trout and lit
tle daughter Audray arrived here Tues
day noon from Galesburg. They ex
pect to go to housekeeping in Silvis
where Mr. Trout has employment.
j Mr. and Mrs. George Direen are the
rarents of a 10 pound baby daughter
born Tuesday evening.
i E. Ilerron is having his new. home
painted. Mr. Dock of Hampton has
( A new piano was placed in th'i
home of John Jwanson Wednesday by
Totten of Rock Island.
! Dr. Dailey of Port Byron was a ca'
ler here Tuesday.
i Mrs. Frank Kelley' attended a birth-
When you can have it done here
at such reasonable prices too.
Tri-City Cleaning &
M. ABRAHAMS, PROP.
Ladies' and gent's garment i,
cleaned, pressed, dyed and r
paired. Work guaranteed. Goods
"called for arid delivered. Mer
chant tailoring a specialty.
2121 Fourth avenue, Rock Island.
Phone W738 K.
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