Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
In the Last 30 Days We Efave
Firemen Want More Pay. The fire
department members have petitioned
the city council for an increase in pay.
Their petition was referred to the fire
department committee with instruc
tions to bring in a recommendation
at the next meetiug.
G. A. R. Nominate. The following
nominations have been made by August
Wentz post. G. A. ft., to be voted upon
at the meeting the fust Saturday of
next month: Commander, John B.
Burr; senior vice commander, Jeppc
Bierring; junior vice commander, M.
H. Holliday; quartermaster, J. P. Ris-
ley; surgeon, George Yeley; chaplain
Henry Karwath; officer of the day, V
H. Crow; officer of the guard, Fritz
Approves of Lights. The light com
mittee of the city council has approv
ed of the enterprise or tile "300" block
in stringing that block with electric
lights. The merchants and business
men of "block oOO" had been apprised
before proceeding with their enterprise;
that action of tne city council would
be favorable thereto, inasmuch as the
special lighting is at the expense of
tho storekeepers themselves.
Boy Burglar But 14 Years of Age.
Howard Porter, who broke into the
home of Henry Liebering at Princeton
Tuesday night, it turns out is but 14
years of age. He is too young to be
tried in the district court, and his case
will therefore come up in the juvenile
court. His hearing is set for tomor
row. The lad was brought to this city
by Deputy Sheriff Jack Marinan and
is now lodged in jail. At 7 o'clock
Tuesday night he is alleged to have
gained entrance to the Liebering home
by breaking through a cellar window.
He was detected by members of the
family, but made his escape at the
Pleads Insanity. Attorney Cooper,
who represents William Wright, the
man who is accused of holding up
Theodore Davis, bartender at Oelker's
saloon, recently, has entered a demur
rer to the indictment found by the
grand jury alleging that the bill is not
legally drawn, and further that his
client is not mentally responsible for
his acts. 'Wright's father and an tin
cle are, it is said, at the present time
confined in an insane asylum.
Grocers Want Their Money. The
Retail Grocers' association has decided
to follow the plan of the Moline mer
chants in asking debtors to settle their
bills promptly to enable, them to meet
the demands of the wholesalers who !
have shortened the term of credit since J
the financial stringency began-. A res
olution to that effect was adopted at
the last meeting.
Obituary Record. The body of Mrs.
John Rauch arrived here yesterday
from Garfield county, Oklahoma. She
was "27 years old, having been born in
Scott county Jan. 11, 1880. She mar
ried John Rauch in 190 J and moved to
Oklahoma, where she made her home
until her death. She is survived by
her husband, one daughter, Verna, Ler
father and step-mother.
Word has been received of the death
in Des Moines of Pat H. Grace, a well
known resident of this city. Mr. Grace
was CI years of age, and is survived
by three sons and two brothers, Tom
Grace of Neola. Iowa, and John G.
Grace of Davenport.
Frank J. Pearson died at his home
on North Broadway Wednesday night
after being ill since March. He was
born July 19, I860, in Sweden, but
came to this country in 1881, and liv
ed some years in Burlington. The last
1G years he lived in Rock Island and
Davennort. He was married to Miss
Ida Strid in Burlington Dec. 20, 1887.
The widow and nine children survive,
the names of the latter being Arbid,
Elliott, Elmer, Arnold, Zendla, Hilde-
garde, Elsie, Marguerite, and Dorothy.
Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Bessie
Miller were Rock Island callers Thurs
day. Ray Conle'y is sick at the home of
H. P. Webster.
The W. C. T. U. has made arrange
ments to meet at the home of Mrs.
Charles Dunlap Wednesday of next
Press Ball has returned home from
Canada, where he had been spending
the last two months.
Marie Bouchard was visiting In Rock
Island Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Dale of Iowa is visiting
this week at the home of her brother,
James Hogau. x
Mrs. L. B. Phillips is spending the
week with her parents at Varna, III.
Mrs. Ellis Rouse returned home
Monday after a few weeks' visit with
friends and attending a wedding at
Woonsocket, R. I.
Friends of D. T. Little and family of
Preemption asked Taylor Ridge neigh
bors to help give a basket surprise on
Mr. Little last Saturday. The young
folks of Taylor Ridge presented Miss
Rea with a handsome friendship ring.
V. S. McCulloch and F. E. Garnett
were Rock Island callers Tuesday.
Chapped hands are quickly cured by
applying Chamberlain's Salve Price 25
cents. For sale by all druggists.
Strengthening food for the
Nourishing food for the
Good for the babies good
for all agesthe most nutri
tious of all the wheat foods.
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Peeping Tom Again. A man prowl
ing around in the vicinity of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue
alarmed members of the household of
E. E. Morgan and . Henry Lebbert, the
policeman. The maid at Mr. Morgan's
house had attended a dance and re
turned home accompanied by two
friends, who remained for a time to
enjoy a little supper in the kitchen.
It was close to. 2 o'clock when she was
ready to retire. Her room is on the
south side of the house. About the
time she was ready to get into bed her
attention was attracted by a noise out
side the window. Throwing up the
shade she discovered the form of a
man outlined against the light of the
arc lamp at Twenty-third street and
Seventh avenue. Screaming she rush
ed to Mr. Morgan's room. When he
reached the scene of action, the man
had retreated down the ladder and
stood in full view on the ground below.
He appeared short and heavy set, wore
a light overcoat and derby hat. Word
was immediately sent to the police
station. It was found that the man
had stolen a ladder at the Peter Sin
clair residence nearby and carried it
to the Morgan home.
Much Paving Next Year. From
present indications there will be much
paving done in the city next year. Al
ready petitions are being circulated.
Residents of Fourteen-and-a-half street
between Seventeenth and Twenty
third avenues are being given an op
portunity to ask for pavement. A pe
tition is also filed with the board for
the improvement of Seventeenth ave
nue between Tenth and Fifteenth
streets by paving with brick. The
paving of Eighteenth avenue west
from Tenth street will be up again
next spring, all bids having beeu re
jected this fall.
Obituary Record. Ferdinand Stehr
died yesterday after a long illness
with consumption, his demise taking
place at his home, 1527 Seventh ave
nue. Deceased was born in this city !
Aug. 3, 18C8, and has resided here-ever
since. tie leaves iour sisters. Miss
Mary Stehr at home, Mrs. Ada Weide-1
man of Port Byron, Mrs. Robert Kerr
of Butte. Mont., and Mrs. Charles
Akers of Davenport.
; Mrs. - Margaret' Tyrrell died yester
day at her home, 1226 Twelfth avenue,
the infirmaties of age being the cause.
Margaret Shattuck Tavlor was born
at Dunstable, Mass., Jan. 2C, 1S27. and
was married to Nathan Russ April 5,
1850, and with her husband came to;
Moline m September, x-isi. Mr. Russ
died in this city in June of the follow
ing year. Three children were born
to this union of whom Clara Russ of
this city survives. In May, 1850, Mrs.
Russ was joined in-marriage to N. C.
Tyrrell of this city. Six children were
born to Mr. and Mrs. Tyrell of whom!
but three survive, who aro Mary A.
and B. B. Tyrrell of this city and
Nathan E. Tyrrell of Kansas City, Mo.
The death of N. C. Tyrrell took place
in Moline in 1S90.
Christina G. Johnson passed away
yesterday at the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. Fritz Toline. 172S Twelfth
street, old age and complications be
ing the cause. She was born in Smo
land, Sweden, Dec. 19. 1821. and came
to America with her husband in 1854.
They settled in Andover and resided
there until ISr.o when they came to
Moline. Mr. Johnson difd in 1890 a" l
sho has been making her home with
her daughter since.
to the followiDg:
How Would You Like to
Have a Nice Thanksgiving
Bird Stuffed with Money?
We can't furnish the bird, but we understand there will be plenty of
them. But we are not so sure about thin money stuffing being so plentiful
this year. We can furnish plenty of it, however, because money loaning is
our business. f
So if you need money for Thanksgiving, or any other time, come here
and get it.. We'll make you a quick, private loan, in any 'amount from $10
up, on your furniture, piano) horses, wagons, fixtures, or other personal prop
erty, leaving the property in your own possession.
By our plan you can repay us so that it will be convenient and easy for
you. We aim to treat you fairly and tionestly, so that you'll call again when
you next need money. All transactions private and confidential, and rates
and terms the lowest and most liberal iryjthe city. Try us and see.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCHELL & LYNDK BLOCK, ROOM 38, ROCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m, and Saturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011. . ' '
MRS. H. DE VREAFS, 2211 Third avenue Rock Island
MRS. D. DE VOF, 724 Ninth street .,. . . Rock Island
MRS. S. S. DAVIS, 3052 Tenth avenue Reck Island
MRS. H. WALHEIM, 1316 Eighth avenue Rock Island
MR. H. LANGE, 2700 Seventh avenue Reck Island
MRS. W. C. TRACY, 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half street Rock Island
MR. FERD GROSS, 546 Twenty-fifth street Reck Island
MR. W. H. LAMONT, 1104 Fourth avenue Rock Island
MRS. V. PAULSON Rock Island'
MR. JOHN VON TELBOOTH, 2527 Fourth avenue Rock Island
MR. B. FINK, 604. Forty-third street Rock Island
MRS. A. KICK, 1120 Eighth avenue Rock Island
MRS. H. DRESSEN, 7C0 Ninth street... Rock Island
MR. H. W. TREMANN, Seventeenth street . y Rock island
MR. GEORGE BIEHL, 723 Twelfth street Rock Island
MR. FRED SUNDQUIST, 610 Fourteenth avenue Rock Island
MR. GEORGE LAMONT, Seventeenth street Rock Island
MR. S. MARSHALL, 1010 Twelfth street Rock Island
MR. F. M. DUNCAN, 452C Seventh avenue Rock Island
MR. BRUCE WRIGHT, 1309 Tenth street Rock Island
MR. WILLIAM STARR, 916 First avenue Rock Island
MRS. TAHAN, 832 Twentieth street , Rock Island
MR. L. GARELLIS, 104 Forty-fifth street Rock Island
MRS. H. WOOD, 712 Seventh avenue Rock Island
MR. W. BEAL, 919 Seventeenth street Rock Island
MR. A. O. HUFF, 1106 Fourth street ' i. . . . . . . Rock Island
MRS. CRAWFORD ' Milan
MRS. E. WILSON, 1495 Third avenue. ; Molino
MR. C. A. JOHNSON, 533 Twentieth avenue Moline
MRS. B. F. NEGUS, 1209 Harrison street Davenport
This list docs not include Heaters sold, only Riverside Ranges
Buyers of Riverside Ranges will not have to send out of town and wait and pay big freight charg
es if they happen to need a little piece of repairs some time in the future. How about you?
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
police force for the past seven months
left for California Tuesday.
-Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, who have
been stopping with Mrs. Howard, have
gone to Galesburg to make their
Miss Sadie Whan of Cable is the
guest of Mrs. Pershing.
Margaret Sackville accidentally fell
down the steps at the Central Union
Telephone office Sunday afternoon.
Fortunately for her she escaped with
a few bruises which were not serious
enough to keep her from her regular
The business men met Tuesday ev
ening and formed a business men's
association. The following officers
were elected: Walter Baker, presi
dent; P. G. Stange, vice presidest;
Frank Clendenin, secretary; David,
Cox, treasurer; Dr. Johnson, A. B.
Johnson, Charles Liesecht, Thomas
Gorman, Dr. Long S. A. Cartwright,
Rene Speybrook, directors.
The Juvenile band gave a box so
ciable Tuesday evening at the John
Deere school buildisg. The attend
ance was not as large as it might
have been but the boys realized a nice
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. WTilliams will
spend the next 10 days visiting at
The Fair store has again changed
hands, Mr. Van Hoe of Rock Island
being the new proprietor. Mr. and
Mrs. Van Hoe will reside on the bluff
road between Ninth and Tenth streets
-Word has been received from Mrs.
A. A'.' Woodworth who went to Vir
ginia on a'"visit that her sister died
since she arrived.
Owing to the bad weather the La
dies union did not meet Wednesday
with Mrs. Wlllamuth, but will, meet
Friday afternoon with Mrs. WilTey.
Cora Andrews, who has been ,spend
ing a few days in Geneseo, has re
turned home. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Caverly were in
Atkinson Tuesday afternoon. It is un
derstood they will move to Atkinson
George Hall, who has been visit'-ig
his mother, Mrs. E. J. Wilson, left
Monday morning for Philadelphia
where he will meet his boat, the U.
S. S. Georgia. George has been in the
navy since last spring.
Clara Noyce now has charge of the
restaurant formerly run by Harry
" James Sayres who has been on the
C. A. Saniuelson went to Tooria
Tuesday, returning; home Wednesday.
Mrs. Joseph Stevens was in the tri
Mrs. John Isaac of Harvey, 111., a
former resident of Cable, is visiting
with friends in Cable, Slierr?rd. Coal
Valley and Rock I.-lnnd for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradley of
I CURE BOTH
MEN AND WOMEN
(ContlniKMl on l'age Eight.)
IN THIS FAMILY
m fes I
Back and Head
Ear and Throat
"I firmly believe Father John's Med
icine saved my wife from an early
grave and restored her to her youn-;
family," says Mr. Cornelius O'Brien of
189 Charles street. East Cambridge;,
Mass. For eighteen month3 Mrs.
O'Brien Buffered from nervous pros
tration, and the several medicines rec
omended "by her doctor did her no
good. On a friend's advice, she begin
taking Father John's Medicine, and at
once began to improve. She has now
regained her health and Says she wiU
never lose faith in Father John's Med
icine." Mr. O'Brien was recently cure l
of a serious cold by this- old remedy.
He gives Father John's Medicine to
the babies to keep them fat and rosy,
and says: "No family should bewitn
out a bottle of Father John's Medicine."
Father. John's Medicine is for sale
by T. H. Thomas. ,
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 HOPES. 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.
We arc now prepared
to supply tlie public with.
High Grade Dairy Products
in any quantity.
Stop a wagon, or telephone
' West 894-1 ring.
Strayer s Model Dairy Farm