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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, i 007".
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Davenport Is Better. Louis Daven
port, the conductor, who was injured
on hls-nin a short time ago by being
struck by his train while switching
at Oskaloosa, is rapidly recovering.
At first reports it was thought his left
leg would have to bo amputated, but
after thorough examination it has been
decided, the limb can be saved unless
some unforeseen obstruction appears.
The conductor's right foot, which was
reported as being partly off was barely
mashed across the toes, and is not r.n hospital, as he had been very sick,
serious as was at first supposed. He Mrs. John' Isaac went to Rock Island
will probably be able to be on his run Monday to spend the day with friends.
again within a few months. From there she will leave Tuesday for
o , her home in Harvey.
Not Under 60 Day Rule. It seems i Misses Bertha and Bella; Stevens
that many saving depositors have been and Mrs. Maud Volk returned home
under, the impression that deposits ' Monday from Rock Island, where they
made since the banks have demanded visited with friends since Saturday,
the legal 60 day notice would also Mrs. Peter Brown of Cable returned
come under this rule. This is not the.nome Monday from the hospital, where
Cleanses, softens, purifies, whitens
and beautifies the Skin. Soap
and water only cleanse . super
ficially. Mine. Yalp my: A little Almond
iiloKMim Comiilexiun ( rrain hltould be
applied every I i lire I he fm'e and liun.ls
lire waN'ied. It remuveN the lut. Mont,
Krivne, Nimtt unit fimijrc from the in
terstice of tiie hUIh und makes the
nurture NtiiiMith UK velvet.
A daily nwessity at heme and
abroad; a treasure when travelirjg by
laml and water. l'roterts the skin
fioin tutting winds, burning rays of
the' run and every injurious effect of
the elements. lrvent and cures ab
normal redners of tlie nose or any
part r-f the face, also chapping, chaf
ing, cold sores, fever blisters and all
irritation of (he skin It la the great
est known specific ' for burns; takes
the fire out quicker than anythin;:
else, soothes, heals land prevents scars
and suppuration. Indispensable for
use of infants and every member of
the household. An cxo.nl d'e natural
beautifter. A prateful application after
:ihavtng. Excellent for massage pur
poses, lime. Vale's Almond Blossom
Complexion Cream is now sold in two
AT SPECIAL PRICES OF
89c and 45c.
We will plve you TreT'copy
ok m me. 1 aie a vtr-page duok un.
Keauty ami Physical ulture. It
you live out of town, write us and
we will j-nail you a copy.
L. S. McCabe & Co.
case. All deposits made witn any or
the Davenport bank since Nov. I
have been repaid on demand. In order
to dispel, any possible misapprehen
sion, the banks have published a for
mal notice to the above effect.
Takes Stand Against Cannon. At a
meeting of the Davenport Trades and
Labor assembly held at the Turner
hall Tuesday evening a resolution was
passed which placed organized labor
of this city in direct opposition to the
political ambitions of Uncle Joe Can
non, on a motion those present passed
a resolution requesting tlie congress
man of this district to oppose him,
for the reason that he is asserted to
use his influence against all labor
bills and because his dominance is a
menace to organized labor.
Adopted Son Turns Up. John Bro
phy, the adopted son of Dennis Bro
phy. Sr., whose death was announced
last June, has turned up. The latter
was well known in Scott county, hav
ing lived here. Shortly after his
death, which occurred in Kansas City,
the three youngest children, John,
( Agnes and Dennis Brophy, Jr., were
j located at Lincoln," Neb., but John
I Brophy, the missing son., has just
i turned up. He has been in the Da
! kotas for a long time and a few days
J ago met some friends, who told him of
j the notice of his father's death and
ithe. request of the rest of the family
for him to make known his where
' abouts in order to settle the estate.
Being a foster child, he immediately
! filed an application for papers provin
! his adoption by Dennis Brophy.
Obituary Record. Mrs. E. Miller
.1 ! . I T -.1 . 1 Anl...Jn.,
I uieu ai at. iukbs nospiuu j trsiL-iuajt
' morning of pneumonia, aged 27 years.'
'. She had been in the hospital one
i work. There are no relatives in this
1 city and her parents have been tele-
grauhed to at La Crosse. Wis. Her
husband is dead.
Mrs. Margaret Donnelley passe
away at her home, 1510 Rockingham
road, Tuesday afternoon. She was
born in Halifax, Canada, and was 57
years old. She came to this city
about a year ago from What Cheer
Iowa, where she made her home for
20 years. Surviving are five sons and
three daughters, James, Felix, Thomas
William and John Donnelley, all of
Davenport, MrV. Margaret Quigley. also
of this city, Mrs. John Gordon of Fra
ker. Iowa, and Mrs. James Davey of
she had been the last 1Z days, taking
treatment for cataract.
John Allen visited in Cambridge
Mrs. Jane Hughes of Cable and Mrs.
Joseph Stevens of Sherrard were in
Rock Island to see Mrs. Joseph Lees,
who underwent an operation for ap
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barr returned
home Monday from Henderson, where
they went a week ago to bury the body
of their infant daughter.
Fred Dunklegotb attended the grand
lodge session of the I.'O. O. F. 'lodge
last week, where he was a representa
tive of the Sherrard lodge.
Dr. Mannon went to Rock Island
Miss Nina Salkeld has gone to Mf
line on a visit.
Tom Taulbert of Denver,
here on a visit with relatives at the
home of C. C. Dillin.
Florence Hill visited last week in
Rock Island with relatives.
Mrs. T. Taggari and children after
a lew months visit with n-r moilier,
Mrs. Sarah Wreath, returned to her
home in Washington Wednesday.
William Orr, Jr., is sick.
Elmer Dennison and A. C. Brown
each lost a good horse last week.
Mrs. Charles Tilmer of Barstow
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hutton Thursday.
Miss Emma Filmer of Webster
county, Missouri, is visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Henry Hutton.
Mrs. Charles Donohoo and daughter
Mildred visited last week with her
sister, Mrs. Marvin Mumma, at her
home in Watertown.
lleorge Scott, who has been working
all summer near Harvard, 111., return
ed home last week.
. Mrs. John Halm and daughter Jes
sie, of Lbveland, Colo., returned home
Jast week after a visit of a few weeks
with her father, Henry Kempster and
Mrs. John Woodburn was sick last
week but is now better.
The date of the chicken pie dinner
to be served at the home of John
Scott has. been changed to Wednesday
Dec. -.4 owing, to- the sale, at E. E.
David's Thursday- Dec. D.
Pastor Declines Call. Rev. II. O.
Lindeblad, former pastor of the Swed
ish Lutheran church of this city, has
announced that he declines the call
extended by the mission board of the
Illinois conference of Augustana synod
to become pastor of the proposed mis
sion church to be established on the
bluff in this city. Dr. Lindeblad bases
his decision to decline the call on the
opinion that the charge of two mis
sion fields more or less widely separa
ted would entail more work than it is
possible for one to handle with any
measure of success. It was the plau
that he should have charge of both the
new south mission and Eruanuei Luth
eran church in Walker Station. Dr.
Lindeblad will continue to reside at
La Grange. ,
Factories Oppose New Name. Seven
names have been suggested as applica
ble to the city now known as East Mo
line, but it seems more and more im-1
probable as time goes on that any
change will be made.' The name of
Watertown is suggested in the event
of the annexation of that village to
East Moline, a matter which is now
pending. The opposition of the fac
tory interests of the city will probably
kill the project of securing a more
distinctive name for East Moline. N.
A. Larson, president of the East Mo
line Sash and Door works, appeared
before the directors of the business
men Tuesday evening and spoke
against a change of name, remarking
on the harm it would do to his com
pany's business. While none of the
other manufacturers have been formal
ly heard from, it is understood that
they maintain the same position.
Thanksgiving with their daughter.!
Mrs. M. Myers and family at "Clinton,
Mrs. William Strohmeier has been
quite sick for several days.
Guy Wait of Reynolds came Satur
day evening to visit with his wife Jnd
, baby, who are staying witn her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burgpyne.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Gravink and chil
dren, who were called here on account
of the death of Mrs. Gravink's mother.
Mrs. Irwin, returned to their home in
Davenport Saturday, Mr. Irwin v ac
Mrs. William Ryan ha:? been sick
for about a week but she is improv
ing. Adam Zollner of Wrayville, who has
been in the Dakotas fpr the past three
months, returned home last Friday.
William Krueger, Sr.. has moved
moved into his new residence.
-John Hays is attending to business
matters in Muscatine county, Iowa,
A number of people from Ilock Is
land and Mercer counties went, to
Muscatine Sunday to bear Rev. W. A.
Sunday, the evangelist.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fowler at
tended the funeral of Mr. Shell which
was held in Muscatine Saturday.
Iris and. Carl Bear of Kliza visited
Saturday and Sunday" with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ryan.
Arthur Lee, wife and son of T.'.us
Island, 111., visited over Sunday at the
home of Elisha Lee.
- Porter Carnahau of Monmouth vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs- Ben Halstead
Friday of last week.
Miss Mary Schriver's Sunday school
class will have an oyster supper in
the Hamlet hall Friday night.
Miss Rosa Wolfe was pleasantly sur
prised last Friday evening wlitn a
merry party of young folks from Ham
let and Reynolds arrived at her home.
( fiint ii itieil on I'npc Tli !---.
N The feTnrnn b
Don't you dislike to leave the
warm living room and undress in
a cold bedroom where the frost is
thick on the windows? No need
to any longer a
(Equipped with Smokeless Device) "
makes any cold room cheerful
and cozy in a trice and keeps it so.
It has a smokeless device that
means no smoke no smell no
bother just direct intense heat.
Finished in japan and nickeL
Brass font holds 4 quarts, bums
9 hours. Easily car
ried about. Every
Business Men Elect. Directors of
the Moline Business Men's association
met yesterday and elected the follow
ing officers: President, M. J. McEniry;
vice president, H. S. Fristoe; secretary
C. S. Kerns; treasurer, O. F. AmleiN
stin ; auditor, C. H. Ainsworth.
Sold Putrid Fowl; Fined. Joe Sul
!van was fined $C.S0 in police court
yesterday by Magistrate Gustafson for
violating that section of the health or
dinance pertaining to undrawn and
putrid fowl. Sullivan purchased a de
cayed turkey for 10 cents from a farm
er, went into an alley and plucked the
feathers, then took it to a restaurant
and sold it for $1. The restaurant .ro
prletor paid little attention to the bird
at the time; but. when ready to pre
pare it in the kitchen, found it was
! decayed. He notified Health Inspec
for its brilliant.
steady light simple construction and absoli
safety. Equipped with the best central dr,
burner. Made of brass, nickel plated. Every
lamp warranted. If your dealer does not handl
the Kayo Lampor Perfection Uil Heater w
our nearest agency for descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
C. A. Samuelsou was in Rock Island
I Dr Martin wen to Rock Island
'j Tuesday, taking William Olden to the
"Yank" Robinson returned home tor e,i Jones, who secured a warrant
from Peoria Saturday morning. ft)r Sullivan's arrest. Sullivan also had
mrs. iuisieuiL visueu a lew ua.! (o rt.flin(1 the $1 to the restaurant
week with ner daughter. Airs. Annie kj.pp,.,.
lyier. at ner nome in watertown. i
the young people enjoyed them-
Annual Clearing Sale
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER 25 PER CENT DIS
COUNT ON ALL PAPERS, AS WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR
ONE CARLOAD OF WALL PAPERS RANGING IN PRICE FROM 3,
4, 5, 7, 8 AND 10 CENTS PER ROLL AND UP.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
Paridon Wall Paper Co.,
419 Seventeenth Street.
YOURS FOR FINE WALL PAPER AT LOWEST PRICES.
EL E. CASTEEL, I D. MUDGE, - II. B. SIMMON,
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILU
Capital Stock, 9100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid m Depoalta.
C. J. Larkln, -; II. D. Mack, H. H. Cleaveland,
J. J. LaVelle, , John Sciafer, ' Mary E. Robinson,
II. E. Casteel, M. S. Heagy, E. D. Sweeney,
I D. Mudge, . H. B. Simmon, H. W. Tremann,
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 and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Ouardlan and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
N for Non-Residents, Women, Invalids, and others.
here is Only One
That is , 1
L&iz&iSvo Etromo QuSnino
, USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLO IM ONE DAY.
iieis nana i;aunnt i ivii vvot nn.
i - a i r-. t .... 4,
feives oaiuruuy evening a Iilj- ai nt .,, PHn.ino- m
l.n.., f Tit- n.l.l r"Vl..lt. Af " "
llc uUluc W1 ..u m... o ipan caught his hand in a Gordon
' tiroeu VAutor1 ni niMiuliiiiiv 4 1 ,i f t ,
, ,, -j j , x. i uriLiiuj nit; iuui ii j i
Tlfw Aluff f?tAmi nf Cfarlintr a
frorr aF hia rirrhf i honH -riir.- if
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and "6'"' " e
JUS. JLTllId.1111 IVTJilluntCl . T J 11 s
r til IliflA fin rffllto I In U'lln 1 rt.m M1 it...
A 1. niKl. will l,A o-WrTl lw "-' o. it-aiiiuift
g people of town any vicinity at "ta" u,s u.
M. W. A. hall Friday evening. I,ress when ,he accident happened.v
Dee. fi, the proceeds to be used on the
1 rc Arthur Kwinir's need erand-
ftnim.-. t O T... i i ........ i ; i . w .
fMhr tr FVllnws fM sihoiit two iuii. iii ruuun avium', uieu at a:.'o
weeks.' aen t his home in Morrison yesterday afternoon of brain fever.
and broke his hip. He is dangerously ! The little fellow was orn in Moline
aim was ji niontns oi age.
Obituary Record. Herbert Andrew
Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 13. Pe
ill. He is 94 years of age. j
Miss Clara Mercer of Erie visited,
over Sunday with her parents at their. who has been visiting relatives in this
home in this city, - ' vicinity the past week is visiting witA
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hanson visited Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson, Jr..
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Wilson, and family near Hillsdale
at her home near Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barks are mourn
iug the loss of their girl baby who
was born Monday.
Mrs. Perry Cox has a light case of
smallpox which was contracted from
washing the clothes of a strange
who was helping pick corn for Mr.
Cox. The man said he had had a
"breaking out" but did not think it
was smallpox. All precautions are be
Harry Fender and wife are moving
from Rock Island to Hillsdale. They
will occupy the John Butzer house.
Glen Butzer is home from Urbana,
111., to spend the Thaiikgiving vaca
tion. Mrs. Herman Sands and Mrs. A. B.
Huston are both quite sick.
William Donohoo was a Moline vis
Miss Bertha Johnson of Erie spent
part of Sunday in Hillsdale.
Doing Their Duty.
Scores of Rpck Island Readers Are
Learning theDuty of the Kidneys.
To lilter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kidneys
Backache and many kidneys ills fol
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doaifs Kidney Pills cure them all.
Mrs. J. F. Sanberg, IMC Eleventh
avenue. Moline. Ills., savs: ,-SPveral
years ago my husband was troubled
with severe backaches and other symp
toms of kidney trouble. The pains
were sometimes so severe as to force
me to stop work ami come home, and
they gradually grew worse. ' None of
the remedies he took seemed to do
him any good and ,we were becoming
alarmed when he learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills. He procured a box and
found them to be as represented. Af
ter using them a short time the pains
left him entirely and he became per-
fectely well. He made a statement
at that time recommending Doan's Kid
ney Pills, and be has had no return
of the trouble since. However, we
always keep a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills in the house and it is a pleasure
for us to recommend them to any one
suffering from kidney complaint of any
Plenty more proof like this from
Rock Island people. Call at Harper
House pharmacy and ask what cus
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company. Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
LOOK! READ! PONDER!
SEE HOW ROCK ISLAND PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT HIM.
A Few of the Many Diseases He Cures:
Williftn Cox and family spent Sun
day with James Walker and family.
James Searl was a business caller
in Joslin last Saturday.
Pearl Mumma, who is working in
Moline, is home for a few days owing
to the sickness of her brother, Sheldon.
Frank Wake and family spent run
day with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wake.
Percy Cox and family have been
quarantined with smallpox. Dr. Dona
hoo is the attending physician.
Sheldon Mumma is suffering vith
an attack of rheumatism this week
Mr. and Mrs. G. Thompson and fam
ily of Taylor Ridge and Mrs. E. Dill
and two children from Iowa spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Maud Bone is sick and her
sister, Miss Kathryn Boney of Rock
Island, is taking care of her.
Mrs. Mary Robertson of Rock Island
visited from Friday till Monday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur
goyne. Mrs. Henry Thompson is sick.
Little Maude Stuart broke her shoul
der Sunday evening. She was playing
In the yard and. ran against a tree.
Mrs. H. Tompkins, who has been
Always remember the full
for this signature. :on every box.
William Farber of Port Byron. ha&
commenced work on Sheldon Walker's
1 new barn. '
Mias Clyde Wake entertained the
Joslin Aid society at an. all day meet
The officers of the Rose Hill cream
ery held a business meeting at the visiting her sister, Mrs. George Kell,
creamery last Thursday night. near Aledo, has returned home.
S. S. Dailey and son, John, departed Funeral services over the remains
last Thursday for Moutpelier, Vt., for of the late Tom Moore were held at
.1.1 i.. ...... .
a rew weexs visit wiin reiauves. tne mpust church Sunday afternoon
Harry Donahoo of Moline, spent a Rev. Mr. Jaggers of Taylor Ridge
few days last week with his brother I preached the sermon. The remains
Jesse. ' , I were buried in the Andalusia ceme-
Mrs. Judson Wainwright and Mrs. tery.
Clyde Wake were in Moline last Sat- . Lola Huntley entertained a few of
urday. . her little girl friends at a party last
Quarterly meeting services w re Tuesday evening, it being her 10th
held at Rose Hill last Sunday morn
Mrs. Cassius Wake of. Galesburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Seth. Leeman and son
Harry left Wednesday to spend
La Grippe, - "V-. . "-'i
Tumors, ' ' - j
Abscesses, i S
Cancers, - ''A "S "'"1
Rheumatism, VTv- V
Asthma,' j J - , J
Bright-9 ' tf &r :t j.-r"
Disease, I " y
CURED TO STAY CURED.
1'oarl Stalkor. 1221 Third :iv-nn-. l'i.;ill lo walk for inbt w-ks;'
Kiv-n ui by i:ik lshiml. olcsby ami l'liii-:it;o tKu-tors. but -urfil in
ihriM- wt-t'ks by l,rofssir Joiu-s. Als" tuiiKU- uinlr tmit;u'. Ask th
parents about her.
l-:rinst Calhotin. 2.".14 Fifth avrniic, who has had from two to f..ur
-riI-pt i- tits w-i-kly fir past livt- or six years,' h;is b--n iitir-ly frt-
from tht'iii sin-o iiiiih-r tri-alim-nt ly J'rof.-ssdj- Jom-s. .
I'linrKm Williin rteai-h of All. Call 'ltnj.
PROF. W. E. JONES, Menti-Physician,
OFFICE OVER 1G15 SECOND AVENUE, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ter is com
ing : : :
It Don't Hurt a Bit."
1715 Second Avenue.
Over tk LmIm,
A Money 'Maker
That is the truth about the gnat Panhandle section of Oklaho
ma. Texas, and eastern New Min. "It's si clean sweep of
smooth, rich soil, i-wry acre yieMin.g a ftrl measure of produc
tion. It is a country where you can work the farm 12 months in the
year. The climate is ideal. Plenty of good water, soil easily till
able and very ri-h; plenty of suashino to make your crops grow.
The Panhandle enjoys a generous rainfall, in addition to the nu
merous stre;Ctus which water it.
Write today for free booklet and full
informal ioiuabout this rich tection.
Particulars of excursion rates
will accompany it.
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lMJ M CCD tCTItlL
viu--J inn, )
PaNnrnicfr TrIKc Manaicrr Itork Island l.lncx,!
We arc novr prepared'
to supply the imblic with
High Grade Dairy Producisj
in any quantity.
Stop a wagon, or telephone :
West 8.M-1 rintr-
Strayer's Model Dairy Farm