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THE AllGUS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1907.
S OF THE NEIGHBORS
Had 64 Cents in Office. The first
Report of J. B. Phillips, receiver for the
Pioneer Life Association of Iowa, lias
been filed in the district court by At
torney Louis Block. The assets in
elude $407.00 on deposit at the Fa--mersV
and Mechanics' Savings bank,
(if cents cash in the office and the of
fice furniture and fixtures. The lia
bilities are given at $2,733.27.
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Must Be Operated On. Little Me!
Hughes, who was just recovering from
a severe accident seven weeks ago,
when she was run over by a grocers'
wagon and sustained ' a . broken leg,
fell yesterday at her home, 1204 Fa
nam street, and broke the limb again.
so that it became necessary to eu I
her to Mercy hospital for an operation.
Lays Off Helpers. The Davenport
Locomotive works, owing to the dull
ness in the eastern field, where it i
best market has been found, has lai 1
off about 70 men. but this action is
not to be considered as any indication
of the company's future course or its
status In the business world, as re
trenchment u the steel industry is
now general' throughout the 'country,
one big concern in the east recently
discharging 2.200 of its employes. The
local company perfectly jolvent an.l
looks to future prosperity, as soon as
the present period'of retrenchment ii
Banks Adopt 60 Day Rule. In ac
cordance with the action taken tw.i
days earlier by all the banks of Chi
cago, Des Moines and hundreds of
other cities, the Daen port banks hav j
taken wise and sensible action. They
have decided to hold the money of
their depositors for the use tho.se
WOMEN IN HOSPITALS
Experiences of Mrs. Rockwood and Miss Tierney
MISS MARGARET TIERNEY
. A large proportion of the operations
performed in our hospitals are upon
women,-: :aad girls for some organic
Why should this be the case ?
Because they have neglected them
selves, as every one of these patients
in the hospital beds had plenty of
warning in those dragging sensations,
pains at left or right of abdomen,
backaches, nervons exhaustion, in
flammation, ulceration, displace
ments, and other organic weaknesses.
All of these symptoms are indica
tions of an unhealthy condition of the
female system and if not heeded the
penalty has to be paid by a dangerous
operatiQn. ' When these symptoms
manifest themselves, do not drag
along until you are obliged to go to
the hospital and submit to an opera
tion but remember that Lydia. E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
i from native roots and herbs, has saved
hundreds of women from surgical
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compounda has cured more cases of
feminine ills than any other one
remedy. Such letters as thefollowing
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of ' female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. From the
symptoms given, the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way
of recovery advised. Out of her vast volume of experience In treating female
ills Mrs.' Pinkham probably has the very knowledge that may help your
. case. Her Advice is free and always helpful. .
Ask Mrs Plokhac's Advice A Woman Best Understand a Woman's Ills.
'A SAFE AND RELIABLE BLOOD PURIFIER
In tfce time of our forefathers the forests and fields were the only labor
, stories from which they could procure their medicines. Thev searched out
. and compounded the different roots,
which have been handed down to succeeding generations, and continuously iPark Ridge, $250.
. used with satisfactory results. Among -the very best of these old time prep-1 Charles B. Kelley to Sarah lelley,
arations is S. S. S., a medicine made entirely from roots, herbs and barks, lots 41 and 42, Hale's First addition,
, in such combination as to make it the greatest of all blood purifiers. This! Rock Island, $1.
aosoiute yegetaDie purity ot t. s. S.
used without fear of harmful results
the market contaia mercury, potash,
mm uaumctiuu uic pysicra, upsemng me siomacn, interienng witu
the digestion, affecting the -bowels, and when used for a prolonged period of
-time often ause salivation. No such effects ever result from the use of
, S. S. S., and it may be taken by children as safely as by older people. For
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcerjf alaria, Scrofula, Skin Diseases,
and all other troubles caused by impure or poisoned blood, SVS. S. is a per-
' feet remedy... It goes down into the circulation and removes all poisons,
minorities, hlltnnrs nr imtioalt lio moH-Ar anA tV, Muul , A
It eliminates every particle of the taintof inherited blood trouble, purifies and
strenethens the weak: deteriorated hlnnrt anA .etawisl-li f; -
strengthens the weak; deteriorated
tor good health. S. S. S. is. Nature's Blood Purifier, and its many years of
successful service, with a steadily increasing demand for it, is the best evi
dence of its value in alt blood troubles. Book on the blood and any medical
buvicc irccT)i cnarge.
depositors, and not allow it to be se.it
out of. the city or state. The savkig.?
banks will enforce the common
which every depositor has subscribed
to, and which banks in some cities (
alwavR enforce. They will ask that
advance notice be given of-the inteu-
tion to draw on accounts. This notice (
rule, established under the authority
of the state banking law, was devised j
to meet precisely such a situation as ,
now exists. It protects the great ma-
jority of depositors from the folly o' j
the tew. ii sareguarut. uie sunugs u.nmisuis iuwu nu malicious pioaecu-
people. The savings banks of
Davenport are among the soundest
financial institutions in the country
Their investments are gilt edged; but
no kind of banking institution ca-i
meet at anv time all demands forJ
money when they are foolishly made.
No bank that ever existed could pay
all its depositors at once. Even if a
bank undertook to sell its securities
it would have to make sacrifices. An 1
the real victims of such sacrifice would
be the depositors themselves. A little
common sense jon the. part of those
who do business at the banks is all
that is required and general business
will go on as in ordinary times.
Building Concrete Cooler. A rein
forced concrete cooler, to be the only
one, in the middle west, is being built
by Henry Kohrs Packing plant locate!
in the western part of the city. Con
tractor Walter Hass. who has been
doing extensive building in the con
crete line, has been awarded the con
tract by the Kohrs company and work
has been started with a force of about
40 men. The cost will be $20,000.
Hodge Now Sues. Ray Hodge,
through Attorney C. T. Cooper, yester
day afternoon filed two damage suits,
one for $5.mh) against Thomas Wjxids
and the other for a similar amount
against his wife, Lillian Woods. Mr.
MRS.CHAS. A. ROCKWOOD
are constantly being received by
Mrs. Pinkham to prove our claims.
Mrs. C. A. Rockwood, teacher of
Parliamentary Law, of 58 Free St.,
Fredonia, N. Y., writes:
"For years I suffered with female trouble.
It was decided that an operation was neces
sary, and although I submitted to a serious
o;eration ray sufferings continued, cutil
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
was recommended and it proved a marvelous
remedy, so quickly did it restore my health .
I cannot thank you sufficiently for the good
it has doue me."
Miss Margaret Tierney,' of No. 328
W. 2.'th Street, New York, writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"When only eighteen years of age our
physician, decided; that an operation was
necessary to permit of my womanly organs
performing their natural functions. My
mother objected and being urged by a
relative to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget
able Compound did so. I soon improved in
health, the proper conditions were establish
ed ami I am well and strong, thanks to
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."
No other remedy has such un
qualified endorsement as Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compounds No
other remedy in the world has such
a record of cures of female ills.
herbs and barks into remedies, manv of
makes it the one medicine that may be
in any way. Most blood medicines on
or some other strong mineral. - These
blood, and establishes the foundation'
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, A.
and Mrs. Woods are the parents of,
Delia Wtfods, the 13 year old girl who
some time ago eloped with young
Hodge and floated down the Missls-
sippi in a skiff to Davenport, wheri
they were married by Justice Rodde-
wig. Later they were overtaken by
Mrs. Woods and marched to jail at (lie provided there is no delay througli
point of a revolver. The parents had j failure to receive stone. A line coin
young Hodge prosecuted on a criminal ( cident with the shore line recently
charge and recently he was discharge.1 established by government engineers
by a jury. Hodge now sues each of'js being followed in building the rii
the parents in the sum of $5,000, j
tion and with alienating his wife's af-
fections. The Woods are known as
the Woods Comedy company, and the
suits .just filed will doubtless add an
other act to their comedy.
Fruit Company Formed. Articles of
incorporation of the Iowa Fruit Broker
age company have been filed in the
office of County Recorder Frank Holm
by Attorneys Wilson, Grill &, Wilson.
The incorporators are C. F. Francis,
W. W. Coneland. W. H. Grime S. L.
Vale, E. H. Emery, P. Lagoniarcino,
D. Nichols and C. C. Taft. The
capital stock is placed at $10,000 and
the general nature of business to be '
transacted is described as 'the dealin
iri fruits, produce and merchandise
Sues Moline Concern. Anna Corrin,
administratrix of the estate of Harry
Corrin. has through Salinger. Scott &
Theophifus entered suit against -the
Moline Elevator company, claiming th.i
sum of $10,000 as damages for her
son's death. As a basis for the suit, it
is alleged the said Harry Corrin was
in the employ of the Moline Elevator
company and Oct. 10. 1905, was en
gaged in assisting in the repairing of
an elevator in the plant of the Crescent
Macaroni & Cracker company, he was
fatally injured and died on the even
ing of the same day.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Judge W. H. Gest,- circuit judge,
James Campbell vs. C. R. I. & ? .
Railway company. Case. Empaneling
of jury begun and concluded. ,lu:y
sworn, trial proceeds.
E. A. South vs. I. J. Bailey. As
sumpsit. Time to defendant to plead
extended 10 days.
Charles Barnard executor, vs. Emni i
C. Ixiwry et al. Bill. Answers af
guardian ad litem filed and cause re-
ferred to master. .
Grace Ethel Norman vs. Wilbur
Noinian. Divorce. Connelly & Con-'
nelly bv ieave of court withdraw their
appearance and the demurrer by them
filcd to the bill.
Henry Hass vs. Thomas Y. Hubber I
et al. Bill to quiet title. Master's
reiwrt of testimony and conclusions
filed and approved and decree thereon.
CO V STY COI RT.
County Judge R. W. Olmsted pre
Estate of Samuel D. Wainrighr.
Proof of publishing notice to' creditors
Estate of Peter Plunkett. Proof of
notice of hearing on probate of will
on file. Depositions of M. J. McEniry
and Edward Coryn. the subscribing
witnesses to said will, taken in open
court, in proof of execution thereof
filed. Will admitted to nrobate and
ordered recorded. Petition of Cather -
ine Plunkett and John Plunkett forweek attending a medical association
letters testamentary filed. Individual
bond of said Catherine Plunkett and
John Plunkett in the sum of $500 filed
and approved Edward Corvn. Gol-
frey Tubah and William Evans ap
Estate of Francis A.! Temple. Hear
ing on petition to sell real estate to
pay debts. Witnesses sworn and e:c
amined." Order of sale. Bond for
sale of real estate of said F. W. Rank
in the sum of $400 filed and approved.
Real Estate Transfers. ,
Thomas J. Gorman to August Cable,
lot 17, block 17, $2,378.
Bert H. Jennings -to M. L. Pearson
ana c. rearson, part iois iu, ii anu(iot 9,. block 1, Highland Park addition,
iz, oiocK z, original iown oi neynoias,
rt i t ii.i a ..ir c.
oaiau Li. AiKiiibon 10 .uouue oioue
company, lot 1, block 1 Sinners addI-
tion. Rock Island. $1.J20.
junus urymonprez 10 uisnop .i. i
lalding, lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14,
Grymonprez's addition, East Molina, j
John A. Schmidt to. John Anderson,
i lot 10. block 1. Smith's First addition,
E. J. Martin to Henrietta Wiegand,
' part lots 11 and 12, block 3, Black
, HawK addition, Rock Island, $1.
Wallace W. Wiegand to E. J. Martin
part lots ' 11 and -12, block U, Black
Hawk addition. Rock Island, $1.
George C Switzer. to 'Mae Johnson,
lot 5, block 15, Brigham's addition,
William H. Ney to Rudolph Wiech-
A a Jt ? 1, f: ' "i.b JS
l R- S. W oodbum s addition, Moline.
Robert S. Woodburn to ' Rudolph
WIechert, lots 4, 5, block 4. R. S.
Wood burn's addition Mnline .. tenn
Albert Aswesre to Arrh,,r-S HonJm
Work on Park Progresses. Iliprau
work along the river frontage of Syl-
van park will be completed this week.
rap embankment of which but a short
streicn remains to be laid. The Xin
teenth street s
storm drain has been
completed to the river, and all
drives and walks in the park have
been laid out. The drives are to ha v.'
concrete curbs and gutters and maca
dam centers. The concrete work fo-
the drives and walks has been com-
. . t - 1 Tl. . ii . ,.
iJieieu. me wains are winding, ar;
artistic, and the park promises to prov..
a pleasure spot oi true beauty.
May Buy Up Stock. The future of
the. Deere-Clark Motor Car company
plant and business lies practically in
the hands of interests in which C. 11.
Pope and A. E. Montgomery are tho
, dominating factors. These interests
today hold more thau S( per centof
the $100,000 or more claims against
the defunct concern, and it is probable
that they will buy the factory, if tho
motion to sell, wnich is soon to b
made, receives favorable actio i.
Messrs. Pope and Montgomery two
weeks ago made a proposition to the
creditors: They offered to buy all
claims at 33 cents on the dollar, 'in
case no attorney had been employed.
and at 10 cents on the dollar in caa
the expense of attorney's services ha 1
been incurred. It is known that thos
creditors who have not to date t:
cepted this proposition represent leos
than 20 per cent in number an 1
amount of the total of liabilities.
Obituary Record. Sorrow an 1
mourning entered into countless Mo
lino homes yesterday with the news
of the passing of Miss Lillie E. Swan
at ::43 in the morning, after a serious
illness of a fortnight with enlargemei t
of the liver and a complication f
troubles. Miss Swan was born in this
city. Oct. 12. 1N5S, the daughter of
Robert K. and Mercy Parsons Swan
who came to Moline in the early days
She. was graduated from the Molin?
high school in IMS. and later was a
student at Wollesley for two and a
half years. .Since then she has spent
her time in. Moline. except when trav
eling, -her summers and winters often
i having been spent in other lands or in
various parts of her own country, es-
pecially since her mother's death four
years ago.- Despite her lecent travel-
'"SS. Miss Swan was one of Moline
most ardent workers for good. She
' 'as a large-hearted worker for cha-
) a true, warm personal friends, gi
inK herself for her- friends aiuh family
with no thought of self-saving. Sho
leaves oue brother, Robert K. Swan
of MMuie. and two sisters, Mrs. W. v
-Kaiser of Brownsville, Pa., and Edi'.Ii
L. of this city.
Mrs. Charles' Bensenbcrg entertain
ed the ladies of the Harmony circle
Thursday in honor of her birthday.
Philip Keene of Moline was visiting
i h's son and family here last week.
Dan McNeal is improving three of
bis properties by installing cement
w- G- Ausbrook
has had his lots
I Walton Tack'ett was in Chicago last
L. S. Jenkins of Galesburg was a vis-
.itor here Saturday,
There will be a Hallowe'en sociable
Thursday evening at the Modern Wood
men hall, under the auspices of Har
mony circle. . t
Miss Alice Chambers of Rock Island
was visiting here Sunday with her pa'
ents; Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Chambers.
Miss Meta Chambers entertained a
number of her young friends at a party
lot 14. block S, Cady
- Wilmerton to John Looney.
uock Island. $650
I , !
Licensed to Wd
Frank A Meen
!Jt.ssie Pyie...:..., Davenuorl
ljnuls olgon Moline
SeIma Anderson .""""rn,
M The most ancient method of making
ice is practiced in parts of India
Hplcs are made in the ground, dry
straw- is put at the tottom of these,
and on it at the close of the day are
placed paus .of wnter which are left
la Household Use.
For Cleaning and Polishing
Sendaddrers for a FKKE SA.lIPrK,
Ta Bistro Saicoi. Co,. M Cliff 8L, New Vork.
v-uwj in stamps i or mil OOX.
until 'file next morning." wheii the'ico
that is found within the pans is col
lected. This industry is carried on
only in districts where .the ground is
dry and will readily absorb the vapor
given off from the water in tiie pans.
The freezing, of course, is due to the
treat amount of beat absorled by the
vapor in passing from its liquid to its
Another process was practiced in the
day of ancient Rome, when the wealthy
are said to have had their wines cool
ed by having the bottles placed in wa
ter into which saltpeter was thrown,
the bottles being the while rotated.
Dr. Cuiien in 1755 discovered that
the evaporation of water could le fa
cilitated by the removal of the pres
sure of the atmosphere and that by
doing this water could be - frozen.
Nairn in 1777 discovered that sulphur
ic acid would absorb the vapor of wa
ter if placed iu n second vessel sep
arate from that containing the water,
but connected with it. This discovery
he put to use in 1S10 by constructing
in apparatus for absorbing the vapor
of the water that it was desired to cool
or freeze. This apparatus greatly fa
cilitated the freezing operations of a
vacuum freezing uiacliiue.
DRUNKENNESS A CURABLE DIS
Eminent Physicians and Scientific Men
Agree That It Should Be Treat
ed as Such.
Drunkenness is a progressive dis
ease; the moderate drinker is not sat
isfied with two or three drinks a day:
the craving for more and more becomes
irresistible as the disease advances;
the result is chronic alcoholism.
The treatment used successfully by
thousands right in their own homes is
Orrine. It is a scientific cure for drunk
enness and has given such universal
satisfaction that it is sold under a pos
itive guarantee to effect a cure or your
money will be refurided. This guaran
tee is given in good faith and carried
out to the letter. Orrine is not a new
remedy; it has been -sold by the lead
ing druggists in every city for years.
It has lifted tens of thousands from the
depths to worthy manhood and has the
hearty endorsement cf grateful men
and women in every state in the union.
Orrine No. 1 is the secret remedy;
Orrine No.' 2 is for those willing to take
the treatment. Either form costs $1.
The guarantee is the same in either
case. Write to the Orrine company,
Washington, D. C, for free treatise on
drunkenness, mailed in plain sealed en
velope. Orrine will be mailed sealed on
receipt of price. Sold by leading drug
gists in every town and city, and in
this city by the Harper House phar
macy. Cloth Covered Buttons
Made to Order from
Your Own Goods in the
. Sizes 16 and 22, 15c
, per doren.
Sizes 30 and 36, 20c
If covered with silk, price 5c
per, dozen extra. Order sizes by
number as above.
We prepay return postage on
all orders for 50c or more. ' Cash
must accompany each order.
; Wrap it in the goods sent. All
buttons made same day order is
received. Call or address
1132 SECOND AyENlE. r
Old Pfcoae 88-Y. Roek Ialaad, III.
All city orders called for and
JL.' -1 The oyster season jjtfl; '
begins with September . k i
-1y and ends with April. W J
Ly The soup season v-
jl begins with January and ends
with December. Therefore
are in season every day in every
month of every year.
Oysterettes oyster crackers with
a taste that improves the flavor
oysters, soup and chowder.
Always fresh in moisture
and dust proof packages
DR. O. A. YOUNG.
CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL.
I ADVERTISE WHAT I DO, I DO WHAT I ADVERTISE.
I DO NOT TREAT ALL DISEASES, I CURE ALL DISEASES I TREAT.
I HOLD OUT NO FALSE HOPE3. I FULFILL EVERY PROMISE.
I WILL NOT ACCEPT INCURABLE CASES, I MAINTAIN MY PRAC
TICE BY HONEST WORK.
I ASK THE LOWEST FEE, I CHARGE FOR CURES ONLY.
DR. O A. YOUNG.
Third Floor, South Putnam Building. DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays. 10 a. m. to 12 m.
NOTE: Until further notice there will be no charge for consultation.
Strecker & lewis,
PAINTS and WALL PAPER
(Formerly P. J. Lee's)
A DISCOUNT OF TWENTY-FIVE PER
CENT ON WALL PAPER TO MAKE
ROOM FOR THE INCOMING SPRING
STOCK. ESTIMATES FURNISHED
ON PAINTING, ETC.
1429-1431 2nd Ave. Phone 718K Old, 5452 New
H. E. CASTEEL, L. D. MUDGE. H. B. SIMMON,
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Capital Stock, SI OO.OOO. Four Per Oat laterest Paid DeyMlta.
C. J. Larkln,
J. J. LaVellc,
H. E. Casteel, .
L. D. Mudge,
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of and7 trustees under Wills, Administrator.
Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
for Non-Residents, Women, Invalids, and others. . ' -
Back and Head
Ear and Throat
H. D. Mack, II. II. Clcaveland,
John Schafer, Mary E. Robinson,
M. S. Heagy, E. D. Sweeney,
H. B. Simmon. ' H. W. Tremann,