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NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER
Last Cars to Island Sunday. Cars
will cease rimnin. lo Campbell's i.-l-and
next Monday niht at lnidni.mir
and the season 01 1 !t7 will ie lunu:i:
to a close. The last car will leave lh--popular
resort in the M issN-dppi at !'
o'clock and ihe following day the nev
l.r-ininutes M-ludnle will : into elTeev
Clint Baxter, who ha-, had charm- vi
lie inn (hiring this reason, wil; clos
it on .Monday and proceed to move
back lo the city. It is pi'ohnld", iio.v
cver, that cats wil make the trip to
the island on special (icca.-:oii., hut i!i
regular schedule wil! lie a'tamloiie I.
Charged With Desertion. .lohn V.
Colison, tiiiselit: expert for the-M,)-line
Plow company, was arrested e.;
lerday on tiie chaise of a ii.mdomiieii. .
it beim; allowed that he Unci more than
once; left his live 11101 It; rless children
alone and without food ami care. Coli
son is said to draw a monthly sala '
of and it is alleged that .-ever".:
times lately he has .-pent his money
on sprees in Davenport, it having been
bronchi out in his harinu th.at he had
heen arrested in that city for disorder
Chewed Thumb: Fined $50. Charl
Pamv was tilled and co ts in po
lice court yesteplas for chewilis; ui '
left thutnl) of I'M ward Koclinyt dutiu.;
a iislit which took p. ace .Monday ni'-'V
at Seventh street and Sixteenth ave
nue. It seemed 'ha! a ssnrtee had ex
isted between Pamv and lloehitvt ov :
since they worked together on a farm
near Annawan about tw.. years .1-
Kochuyt charged thai I'auw assanh -1
him and in the course ,,f the lihi jv.
hold of his thumb wit h his 1. eth.
Body Not Identified. Quite a num
ber of peopli have viewed the remain
of the yotinu man who was found dean
in the willows near Z.i.k Kinl'eldi's
Sundav afternoon, hut so far
lias been able to id'-n'it'y
no o" '
I hem. Twen
ty-live or :M have visited Undertaker
Allsbrow's place in Watertown but ni
one seems to have seen the youm;
man at any time. The remains were
buried late yesterday afternoon.
"Shorty' ICmnieis, the fisherman. w!i
talked with a deserter from the army
last '1 ucsda.v. was one of those to look
at the body. He is positive that if is
not the same person who talked t
him at his iish camp.
Broke Law; Fined $11.80. A rep
resentative of liooth & Co. of Davea
port appeared before l'olice Magistrate
(JnstaiVon yesterday afternoon and
deade( guilty to the cha.r.ne of vi )
!a:in the health ordinance of expos
ing for sale nndrawn fowls. A tin
of $11. So was imposed.
Capstone in Place. The capstone of
Ihe D. A. K. monument 011 Campbell's
island was placed in position without
accident or mishap yesterday afte--110011.
This heavy stone weighs sevc'i
tens, ami wnen Hie tiist capstone was
set in place an accident resulted in tiu
breaking in two of the stone. The
successful completion of the placing
of the second stone relieves ihe anx
iety that arose over the danger (if tiie
second stone sutTerin? the fate of the
first. The capstone will now be point
ed and set true, and then actual
work 011 the monument itself will
have been completed. It is probably
that the four camion secured by M:
Meese from the east wid he placed !.i
position durin;; the fall, and tiie
grounds may be levded that they may
be in sltape for development ear'y
next year. The unveiling of the nioi
umetit will not lake place til! next
Ordinance to License Milkmen.
Health Commissioner A. H. Arp In
prepared an ordinance to be present!"
before the llleelinir of the Cltv council
next Monday evenini; renardiiis th?
licensing of milk wagons. The milk
men of the city will meet with the
health commissioner tomorrow eve.i
in.H' to discuss the issue, also the re;-".-laiion
of the milk trade. If the ordi
nance is passed milkmen will be com
pelled to take out a license befor J
they can sell milk in the city. This is 1
not done with the idea ot gaming any
revenue for the city, as the license fee
will be nominal, but it is done with tlu
idea of bringing the health eomniV
sioncr in closer touch with the milk
men. At the present time it is almost
impossible to tell how many niilkme 1
are in the city, and it is an impossi
bility to tell the names of iliem. With
each licensed, the record will be kept
and it will facilitate the work of the
health commissioner greatly. Eaoi
wagon will be numbered and these
will be furnished by the city.
Miss Sadie Prescott left the latter
part of the week for a visit with her
cousin, Wilshire Elliott, near Edging
ton. Charles Davis has gone to Muscatine
to assist in setting up corn binders.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Medill and daugh
ter Marion spent Sunday with relatives
Mrs. D. T. Robertson and four chil
dren from Toledo. Ohio, are visiting
relatives in Milan, enronte to Long
inimt, Col., where her husband. Rev.
Mr. Robertson, has received and ae-
Has an Ankle Broken. ,Ioe Dawso 1,
a structural iron worker, had an ankV
broken Monday while employed at the
CItico.se refinery works on Rocking
ham road.' In moving an iron column
the mass of metal swung about so a-;
to strike him on one leg, breaking
both bones of the ankle.
Branch Office in Rock Island.
Arthitects ;. A. Ilanssen and I). .
Marfst are making arrangements to
open a branch office i" Rock Island,
where they have a larao amount
of business lately.. They have drawi
the plans for tiie new Klks building i
Rock Island and aiso for the remodel
ing of the Family theater. Mr. Harts
expects to secure offices in the Rock
Island National bank building.
Rev. John Walsh Transferred. The
announcement that Rev. John Waist!,
the popular assistant pastor at the
Sacred Heart cathedral, has beea
transferred to Council Pdnffs. whe.
he is to succeed Rev. Father Smyth,'
in charge of a large and nourishing
pausu mere, will ne receive-.! win
regret by his hosi of friends an.!
( parishioners in this citv but at the
- Arbucldes' is a tremendous
organization that results in
economy, and gives coffee
drinkers in the United States
the cheapest good coffee in the
We have our own offices in
Brazil, charter our own vessels
that bring the coffee to our
own docks in Brooklyn own
our own stores where the green
coffee matures and improves.
Arbuckles' Ariosa Ceffe
is not touched hj human hands
rc is cleaned, sorted, roast
packaged and weighed by in
genious siachiaiery, most!
constructed by our own machin
Miss Marion Medill Friday evening
delightfully entertained a few of her
friends at her home 011 Dickson street.
Canies were played, after which light
refreshments were served. Those pres
ent were the Missi s Ruth l.nndell. Ruth
Rage, Margaret 1 -aw son. Bessie John
ston, Eva Wiggctis, Pluma Moulton, l.e
nora Nice. P.Ianche and Alice Ringgold,
Maliel Philebar, Kaiheryn White. Mar
ion Medill. and Eugene Campbell, Her-
belt Kent. Sydney Wiggens, Alien '
Eddy. Raymond Caldwell. Clenn Thonip-'
soli, l.ee Sydnor, Law rence P.rown, Ray-'
mond Criswell, Tom Cannon and Dan-J
Mrs. S. P. Rail and daughter. Mi
call as pastor to the Presby- ., . , . ' 1
1 in' 11 uii- 1 11 i ih.iiuiii wn 1 1 1 m il i j 1
served promotion. '
Paroled Youth Missing. C. A.!
Ctiggs has notified the police of th 'l
disappearance of Lee Osborne of l)a--j
enport. a young man aaed is year-',
who was paroled from the Pontiac re
formatory and turned over by tie
state authorities to Mr. Criggs, th-'
Second avenue tailor for an appren
ticeship, which occurred last Fridav.
When last seen the young fellow, who
lives in Davenport was at the Daven
creamery whither h
te young' man
In vinrs of a a'".
and Mrs. Robert II. Ewing and weighing p.ai ,ir II" -pounds, r, feet n
Miss Mary St rat ton from Chi- ,,r inches in height, a-id at the time
ire visiting at the home of Mrs 'h, disappeared he wore a donbb-
s i lit ves
innia. and Miss Rca Little of Taylor OMf hein
is desctibrd as be
.aughlin and other friends
Ridge were Milan visitors Saturday.
Robert Kale visited in
latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 11. Lowell, who have J Wicks
spent the summer visiting in the west ' Physician
and have spent a good part of the time! with the
cream for Mr. Crigg
11 in the habit of rid'.:
ferry and his new g
that he got into the
out hemg observed. I he
On Oct. 3rd, the opening sale of Jots in the new
town of Lemmon, South Dakota, will take place.
The sales at Hettinger and Powman, North Dakota,
will be held later. These towns are west of the
Missouri river, on the Pacific coast extension of tin?
in asted blue
1 black hat.
trousers an 1
The police of both cities
for the missing vouth
Believed Insare.. Comity
Kick.- has fi!-l information
board of iiisnniiv commis-
with Mrs. Lowell's mother and sisn v sioners against Oscar Wicks, now eon
at the Presbyterian parsonage, have fined in the county jai! for making ih
left for their home at Rochelle Park, ' deadly assault wlli: a shovel on a fel
New Rochelle. N. Y. j low workman soifti time ago a' Elev-
John Ellsworth, a former resident of.cnth and Brady streets. The prison.--.-Milan,
is calling on ohl friends in Milan I w'io belongs to the Salvation Army,
this week. Mr. Ellsworth has not been ! is slated to have been m: ntal'v mi-
& St. Paul
Leminon will heconie a county seat in the division
of liutle oounty. Jt is l'.7 miles west of Aherdeeii,
S. 1 )., and 17 miles west of the Missouri river, in
one of the hest agricultural sections' of the entire
west. 1 lettinger will he the county seat of Adams
county, North Dakota, and J.owman, of Powman
county, North Dakota.
Special train service, including sleeping cars, din
ing cars and coaches, will hi; ottered from Aber
deen for each sale. Fixed prices will he platted on
the lots, and the choice will he by auction. De
scriptive maps and folders sent free on request.
F. A. MILLER,
General Passenger Agent,
in this town for 1:', years, and linds
-Mrs. J. H. Criswell
day from a visit with
her parents at
r cwa. snops.
Mrs. V. E. Taylor and Miss Crace
Henry lelt last week for a visit witu
Mrs. Taylor's son, Mack Taylor, ;i
Mrs. Thomas Rav and children vis
ited in Zuina Saturday with her sister.
Mrs. Have Schat'er.
Miss Anna Nelson, who has resigne 1
her position as school teacher here, b,
succeeded by a young man from Jack
Rev. Mr. Thompson of Carbon Clifl
has been assigned to be minister ti
the M. E. church here. He delivered
his first address Sunday afternoon.
The fair to be held on the stao
grounds here will begin Oct. U and
continue up to the 12th.
William Pauls will occupy the Da-i
McNeal tenant house near the Milwau
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis entertained
Mrs. Ellis mother and father, Mr. and
Mrs. John Shellabarger. also' Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Shellabarger and baby, a!!
of Letts. Iowa, the latter returning
home Sunday evening while the fo--mer
Miss Clara Coleman visited in Rapid
City with her parents from Friday 11.1
fll Saturday evening.
John McOilivary enjoyed a vis t
from his father of Wilton, Iowa, last
Mrs. William Ebeling is sick.
Pete Sheppard and son Paul left
Monday evening for a visit with relv
tives in Monmouth and Augusta, II'.
' Mrs. Direen returned to her home in
.Tar-Tu-snnvillo Mrindav after .i isit ho"e
Even if mercury and potasa could cure Contagious mood Poison the wjln nei. son George Direen. ami wif.
condition in which these strong minerals leave the system would make the ! iIS c Thompson left Sunday for a
cure worse than the disease." But they cannot cure the vile disorder ; f visit in Chicago with relatives. From
they can only cover up the symptoms for awhile or mask the disease in!therc she wi'n"' rot.urn to her home in
the system, but as soon as the treatment is left off the hideous symptoms jcr(.er pa Iri. Thompson is Mrs.
return. Mercury and potash, cat out the delicate lining of the stomach and 1 (, Young's mother
bowels, produce chronic dyspepsia by drying up the gastric juices, cause the j ard Axelson entertained r
iiu iU ux4, , -nu unca L.picij mLCK u u luc wuauuuu, auu , . , frjn.,s . (linner Slllldav.
Mr. and 51 rs. H. R. Crum of Bible
: Cirove, Clay county. 111., arrived Mon
Iday evening for a visit with Mr?.
balanced for a nuinlx r of y-ars. H"
will be tried ibis afternoon and un-douht'-diy
will be ( omti'.i' ted to 51t.
Moline Couple Married Here. Mon
day afternoon a - o'clock at '.lie )a"
sonage of the First Christian church
was celebrated th.- ni;"riage of Miss
The package is for your protection,
that you may he positive that you re
ceive the genuine Arbuckles' Ariosa
Coffee every time no matter where
you buy it or what price you pay. We
will tell you where you can buy
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee if you have
trouble in finding it.
AltlU'CKbK I'.nos., NVW York City.
A CERTAIN SAFE
Edna Vance and Yeniie E. Hodge;,
both of Moline. Tiu-re were prc-eiit
with the young people lo witness tli
ceremony, which was performed 1 y
Rev. A. Marl in, Mr. ami Mrs. Vane,
the pareiiis and a brother of ihe brid-
from Moline. and Mrs. Molt, nioihe;
of the groom, from Davenport. Th-'
groom works in a printing olliee in
Moline, when- he and his bride will
make their In. me.
Obituary Record. Miss Ntl.ie M-il-lane
ili''d yesterda?' shortly before
noon at her home, corner of Fiai! and
Myrtle street. She is survived by hr
fa i her.
Timothy Mullane. and a siM-
Nearly all cough cures, especial' v
those that contain opiates, are consti
pating. Kennedy's Laxative Coug'i
Syrup contains no ojiiafes ami ac.
gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by all druggists.
Oct. 5, 1907.
And SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE to and from
' VIA THE
CHICAGO a ALTON R. R.
WHAT THEY SHOULD KNOW
they are used in large quantities, the bones become affected, while the
disease for which one has so loner taken this destructive treatment has
not been cured. Contagious Blood Poison is a disease it will not do to trifle j
with. It is a vile dangerous and destructive disorder. When the blood
becomes infected with its virus the mouth and throat ulcerate, hair and eye
brows come out, glands in the neck and groin swell, copper-colored spots
appear on the flesh, and in severe cases 6ores break out on the body, the
linger nails drop off and the sufferer is diseased from head to foot. S. S. S.
is the only known antidote for Contagious Blood Poison the one remedy
that is able to get to the root of the disease and force out every particle of
the poison so that there are never any signs of its return. It is purely
vegetable, made entirely from roots, herbs and barks of known curative
value. Instead of leaving bad after-effects as some medicines do, S. S. S.
nno Ttn ATTA-r nnrt rf fTiA evefam A Miln AtTorr -.- -4- 1 a ViaJot A-fAn
health. It will also remove any lingering effects of former mineral treatment ' ,t sorer,or u'cer ,s-ii;itti-aiiVtcr
tViTVM'crt frnM c :i v u t, cu'e u- or oums,
tratTnnt- of tbis rflsM or a; aJ,a t f n wounds or piles, it has no equal. Guar-
wkoivrit- tttts ottttt . . . . I snteed by W. T. Hartz, druggist, 301
otruivj vu.t AXJuauia UA. 1 Twentieth street. 25c.
('rum's sisters, Mrs. W. O. Ansbrooic,
Mrs. Fred O. Lyans, Mrs. deorgo
Siang, Mrs. Godfrey Peterson. Mrs. A
I) Cox and brother, H. S. Rose.
The Touch That Heals.
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Its the happiest combination of
arnica flowers and healing balsams
ever compounded. No matter how
this salve will
Women for the most part, spend
their lives at home, and it is these
women who arc willing- and ambitious
that their homes shall be kept neat
and pretty, their children well dressed
and tidy, who do their own cooking,
sweeping-, dusting-and often washing,
ironing- and sewing for the entire
family, who call for our sympathy.
Truly the work of such a woman
is "never done"' and is it any wonder
that she breaks down at the end of a
few years, the back lx-prins to ache,
there is a displacement, inflammation
or ulceration of the abdominal organs,
a female weakness is brought on, and
the strupple of that wife and mother
to continue her duties is pitiful.
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound, made from native roots
and herbs, is the exact medicine a
woman needs whose strength is over
taxed. It keeps the feminine organs
in a strong and healthy condition.
In preparing for childbirth and re
cuperating therefrom it is most efli
cient. It carries a woman safely
throuch the chance of life and in
making- her strong and well assists
her to be a pood wife and motner.
Mrs. Sadie Abbott, of Jcannette,
Pa., writes :
Dear Mrs. rinkham
"I suffprwi severely with p.iin every
month ami also a pain in my left side. My
doctor prvsrrihpd for iw but did me no
good ; a friend advised Lvdia E. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound and I wrote you in
regard to mv condition. I followed your
advice and am a perfectly well woman. The
pains have all disappeared and I cannot
recommend your medicine too highly."
Lydia E. Piokhan's Vegetable Compound
Mrs. Free McKitrick, of La I'arge,
Wis., writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkhnm:
"For six vears I suffered from 'female
weakness, f was so irregular that I would
go from three weeks to six months, so I
thought I would give Lydia K. I'iukhaui's
Vegetable Compound a trial.
"Now I am oiu-e more well and can do my
work without a pain. Any one who wishes,
cau write to me and I will answer all letters
Women should remember that Lydia
E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound
holds the record for the greatest
number of actual cures of female ills.
Kvery suffering woman in the
United States is asked to accept the
following invitation. It is free, will
brinjj you health and may save
Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women.
"THE ONLY WAY"
Direct connections via Peoria and the Allan's direct short line.
This year's fair will surpass ail previous
amount of exhibition r;i;tce has alieady been
ones. Twice the usual
C. & A. trains have Peoria 7:io a. in.. T : a. m., 9:00 a. m., U'
noon, and (1:40 p. m. Fine connections 'leiurnini;.
SFKC1AL SllCTTI.n TRAIN FA I It G ROCXl IS SKUVICR will be in
effect by the Chicago &. Alton between it s . Springfield depot and the
State Fair grounds upon arrival of all C. A. trains. Trains will be
run every fi.w minutes. Fare only lo cents.
FOR LOW RATE TICKETS SEE TICKET AGENTS.
We Pleased Your Neighbor.
No matter where you live Rock Island, Moline or Davenport we
have business with some of your neighbors, and have pleased them.
That's why we have come to be the leaders in business of leaning
money on household goods, pianos, teams, or other personal property,
You don't know that your neighbor obtained money of us, and he
won't learn of it if you should g?t some.
Our low rates, good plans, aid square business methods have made
friends for us among our customers.
We have three private offices for your benefit.
Long time (or short time), easy weekly or monthly payments.
$2.40 per week for 50 weeks -epays a $100 loan.
Inquiry costs nothing. Write, telephone, or come in.
Tri-Cily Loan. Co.,
Old Phone N. 2425. Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
Women suffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs.
riakham, at Lynn, Mass. From the
symptoms piven, the trouble may be
located and the quickest and surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
Tast volume of experience in treating
female ill Mrs. Finkhara probably
has the very knowledge that will
help your case. Her advice is free
a twl ntwnvs liednfuL
j r .
Succeeds Wicrc Otters Fall.
HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS HANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated I'mlrr the Slate I.fiTr. 4 Per Ont I liferent raid on Deposit.
Money Loaned on Tersonal, Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President.
II. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
It. It. Cable, P. Greenawalt,
William H. Dart, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, II. S. Cable.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E.' corner of
Mitchell & Lynde building. Solicitors Jackson & Hurst