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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1908.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Train Will Stop. The clamor of the
business men of Davenport for the
stopping h,ere of the Golden State lim
ited lias been heard with some effect,
for the announcement conies that the
limited train, No. 3 and 4, runuing be
tween Chicago and California, will
hereafter stop at Davenport to take on
or discharge any business bandied on
this train. Heretofore a stop was
made only to pick up or discharge El
Paso business of passengers bound for
or coming from west of there.
Secures More Room. A deal has
been consummated by which the Kill
ing Moulding Machine company,
through E. Killing, purchased from Pe
ter Dittmer the plant and property of
the Simplex Washing Machine fae
tory in the west end near the ball
park. The Killing Moulding Machine
company is preparing to move imme
diately to its new quarters, as the
present site between Front and See
ond streets east of Harrison street is
entirely too small.
Gets Damages from Roads. The
case of the Lngomarcino-Griipe com
pany vs. (he C, B. & Q. and the 1 11 i
nois Central'railroads reached the jury
at noon yesterday. At 2 o'clock they
returned a verdict in favor of the
plaintiff company, awarding them dam
ages in the sum of $1,005.50, being the day evening. He Is better this morn-
full amount of damages asked for in ing.
the suit. The damages were claimej Evangelistic services are being held
for the alleged failure of the defend- at the Methodist church this week.
ants to properly ice a refrigerator car Prof. Brink of Davenport sang last eve-
Pe KNABE PIANO of to Jay
- is the result of seventy-odd
years of devotion to the develop
ment and perfecting of one thing.
These threescore years and tea
have been employed in making tht
Knabe better in each detail of tone,
touch, durability and workmanship.
Three generations of the House of
Knabe have given their whole time,
thought and energy their very
life to the accomplishment of the
ambition to make the Knabe Piano
as near perfection as human skill,
ingenuity and modern methods
could devise. How well they have
succeeded is shown in the New
Models of Grands and Uprights
now on exhibition in our ware
rooms. You will at least be in
terested in seeing and hearing these
superb instruments, and we shall
be pleased to have you call.
Our special piano proposi
tion will enable you to pur
chase a Knabe on terms
that will suit you.
1720-28 Second A venae,
Hock Inland, III.
loaded with strawberries, shipped from
Louisiana to Davenport over the two
above roads. When the berries reach
ed Davenport they were in a spoiled
condition and the Lagomarcino-Grupe
company refused to accept them. They
then entered suit for the value of the
Expected to Resume. It is expected
that the glucose works will open next
Monday, employing 500 men and grind
ing 14,000 bushels of corn every 24
hours. The moving plant has been
running right along, keeping a payroll
of some 100 hands at work, but tho
plant is really active only when the
grinding department is at work.
Unknown Man Insane. A maif giv
ing a dozen different names, but
against whom information has been
tiled as Johnson Anderson, was brought
before the board of insanity commlS'
sioners yesterday afternoon and de
flared insane. Anderson, or whatever
his name is, is a stranger in the city.
He was picked up by the police Mon
day wandering over the city, and at
time of his arrest it was supposed he
ning. Singing is to be an attraction
at each of thelservices.
The Misses Carrie and Cornelia Wal
ker, accompanied by their cousin, Hugh
Walker, spent Sunday in Rock Island.
Communion services, which were
postponed last Sunday on account of
the storm, were held Sunday, the 19th.
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society of the Presbyterian church
was held at the home of Mrs. George
Sydnor last Thursday evening. A good
attendance and a most enjoyable time
Thomas Crawford, Sr., who has been
quite ill for a week past, is getting
better. His friends hope to see him
Obituary Record. One of ),he most
prominent figures in Davenport busi
ness life for half a century, Louis
Hanssen, Sr., died yesterday. Louis
Hanssen, Sr., was born in Itzehoe.
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Jan. 2'i
1S21, the son of H. P. and Margaret
Sturm Hanssen. He came to Daven
port Dec. 31, 1849, and early in 1S50
entered the grocery store of P. B
Harding, located at Second and Har
rison streets, where the Schmidt build
ing now stands; but desiring to em
bark in business for himself, estab
lished in 1S51 the hardware business,
which has had a continuous growth
since that time to its present fine pro
portions, he started at 213-215 West
Second street, where in 1871 he erect
ed the block that was demolished in
1905 by a storm, after the fire in the
adjacent King building. A splendid
six-story building now occupies the
site. Mr. Hanssen was one of the
founders of the Davenport Turner so
citty and of the Davenport Shooting
association, and a memner of other
German-American societies. He was
married to Marie Sophie Hanemann
in April, 1854, her death preceding his
in February. 1902. Their 10 children
survive him, mourning a father and
mother who were Ideal in their home
life as they were inheir relation to
the community at large. TJhey are Mrs
uustav Schumacher of St. Joe. Mo.
Mrs. J. H. Hass of Davenport, Mrs
John Albus of St. Joe, Mo., Mrs. Emil
Palm of Des Moines, Misses Helen and
Dora at home, Louis, Jr., Charles E.,
Gustav A., and Bernard C.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Jacobs,
1024 Farnam street, are mourning
the death of their infant son. Lile Eu
gene Jacobs, aged 1 year. 4 months
and 27 days. The child was taken
sick a week ago Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wolters, 729
Marquette street, Davenport, are
mourning the death of their infant
son, Eugene John, who passed away
It Eats Up Rust.
6-5-4 vvill make an old, rusty
Stove, or Stove Pipe, look like new,
because it eats up rust. When you
set up your Stoves, this Fall, give
them a coat of 6-5-4; it is applied
like paint, will not rub off and
SHINES ITSELF. It also
For Sale by All Hardware Dealers.
Miss Mary Crawford is spending this
week in Moline.
At the teachers' institute to be held
at Silvis Saturday the Misses Emma
Shelman and Helen Lafferty are to
have papers. Both are Milan young la
me aiiennon or tne truant ofheer is
called to the number of children out
of school. There is 110 sickness among
the children to speak of, yet every one
remarks how many children are on the
street who ought to be in school.
Miss Bessie Johnstone went to Rock
Island Saturday to assist her cousin in
entertaining a number of friends. She
returned home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garlick of Dav
enport, spent Sunday with friends in
William R. Brown, who has been
sick for the past week, is getting better
and if nothing unfavorable kappens
will be out again in a few days
Miss McKinney of Moline attended
the funeral of Mrs. Ohare last Tuesday.
Mrs. Rene Ruge and daughter, Ruth,
have gone to visit at the home of Mrs.
Ruge's parents, Mr. and Mrs, William
Mosher. Ruth has been, sick for sev
eral weeks, and that the visit will be
beneficial to her is the hope of her
Alexander Owens of the. government
office was, taken suddenly sick at his
home oneast Dickson street last Thjirs-
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Essex left Mon
day for North Henderson to attend
the funeral of Mr. Essex's sister, Mrs.
Biard, who died Saturday. The fun
eral will be held Thursday.
Mrs. Gurney Farrow and nephew
went to Rock Island and Moline and
Galva for. a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Samuelson and
daugher, Florence, were tri-city shop
pers last Thursday.
William Cleland left for Denver,
Colo., last week. His family will
this week and visit with relatives
and friends in several places in Kan
sas. From there they will go to their
new home in Denver, where Mr. Cle
land has received employment.
Rev. Mr. i.elly was in Peoria on
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langman of
Woodstock, III., visited with E. G. Dan
ielson and wife and other friends and
relatives in this vicinity.
Isaac J1 wards left for Peoria as a
delegate to attend a meeting of the
Fraternal Reserve Life association
last Friday. Thomas Jackson of Cable
accompanied him representing the
E. G. Danielson and Charles Lang-
man were in Moline last Thursday
Dr. Hayes and wife returned home
Saturday from Chicago, where he had
been attending a meeting of the den
tists and visited with some of their
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar of Cable
are the parents of a baby boy who ar
rived one day last week.
Mrs. Maud Volk went to the tri
cities and Chicago Saturday for a few
Mrs. Hoesli of East Moline is stay
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jefferson Cragan for a while on ac
count of the illnes of Mr. Cragan.
Mrs. Lindquist of Rock Island is vis
iting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Allely for a few days.
Miss Clara Masters returned home
Monday after a week's visit with her
friend, Mrs. Edith Swanson at Orion.
James Watson and wife and two
small children of Oskaloosa are vis
iting Mr. Watson's sister, Mrs. Wil
Dr. Martin was in Rock Island on
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown return
ed to their home in Cable after two
months' visit with relatives and
friends in England.
Mrs. Barney Flaherty visited with
her children in Rock Island last week.
Gurney Farrow left Monday for In
dianapolis to attend the national con
vention of the United Mine workers.
He went as a delegate from Sherrard
Local union. No. 1104.
Mrs. William Ash and Mrs. Vance
Sherrard went to Rock Island Thurs
day to meet a sister of Mrs. Ash from
Iowa. They returned home Friday. '
More Brass Thieves Caught. Two
more brass thieves were caught by the
police Tuesday afternoon trying to dis
pose of their spoils to Simon Myers, a
junk dealer. As in the case of the
thieves arrested in the morning this
pair was boys. Neil Ryan, aged 14.
and William Van Ausdell, aged 17.
The Ryan boy admitted his guilt, but
Van Ausdell stoutly denied that ha
stole the bras9, claiming that it was
found along the Milwaukee tracks in
East Moline. There was about JO
pounds of brass in the quantity, in
cluding pipe fittings and valves. The
brass was taken from the Silvis rail
road shops. After being arrested
Ryan, accompanied Officer Lebbert to
Silvis, showing him where the brass
had been taken from and the place
where the boye broke it into small
pieces. At the hearing to answer to a
charge of larceny, the Ryan boy plead
ed guilty and was held to the grand
jury under $50 bonds which were fur
nished. Van Ausdell would not admit
his guilt and pleaded not guilty. He
was given a hearing and held to the
grand jury under $250 bonds.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Brit
Otto and William Kisby of Daven
port spent Sunday at the home Mr. and
Mrs. William Strohmeier.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kruse of Swift
Current, Canada, spent Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brookman.
Hays Britton, who has been sick the
past wee.ki is gaining slowly.
Mrs, Bentley, who has been quite
sick, is getting better." .
Miss Barbara Free, who is 'at St.
Anthony's hospital, is getting along
Miss Millieent Bovles was absent
from school Tuesday and Wednesday
being sick with the grip.
Ross Bonyngo and John Nichols
shipped hogs to Chicago Tuesday.
Rev. Mr. Tidball moved his house
hold goods to Minonk, 111., Wednesday
at which place he has been secured an
Hiram Cooper and daughter Miss
Lulu are recovering from an attack
of the grip.
Silas Turner shipped hogs to Chi
The Woodmen held a sociable in the
Hamlet hall Wednesday. Refresh
ments of doughnuts and coffee were
Don't Fail to Read
Open Silvis streets. A plat was
adopted by the village board of Silvis
Tuesday night which will open up
three streets. It is known as the sec
ond addition to Silvis and will open
Eighth street from Second to Fourth
avenues and Third and Fourth avo
nues from Eighth to Tenth streets
The village clerk was given instruc
tions to notify the Central Union Tel
ephone company to begin operations
at once installing a telephone in the
town, or some action would be taken.
The telephone franchise was passed
Dec. 17 and so far not a move has
been made to provide telephone ser
vice. The company was granted a 20
year franchise and the people are
anxious for their phones. The sewer
proposition was not brought up before
the meeting, but has fjeen taken
with the officials Tlf the Rock Island
road. It is thought that it will be set
tled by next meeting and that a satis
factory report will be given. The
work will probably be done by special
assessment. The contract for the
printing of the official proceedings is
to be awarded to the East Moline
Red Men at Geneseo. Fifty Moline
Red Men Tuesday evening went to
Geneseo, in which reservation a tribe
was initiated. The Moliners journeyed
via the Rock Island, road on the C:05
train and 20 redskins from Cambridge
joined them at Geneseo to participate
in the ceremonies. The degree team
of Tecumseh tribe put on the work and
Grand Sachem G. Walter Thompson
instituted the officers. The new tribe
is to be known as Winnebago tribe,
No. 334, and it starts with CG charter
members, business and professional
men of the city.
T. Watson is visiting relatives
Mrs. Orren Rebbedeaux is visiting a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Bendle.
J. C. Hesser, J. H. Foster. Mrs.
Rachel Carithers and Miss Kate Kleist
are suffering from grip.
The Pine Bluff Methodist Epispocal
ladies will give their next luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Tom Noble, Wed
nesday, Feb. 19.
D. A. Kleist is suffering with a se
vere attack of grip.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
Medicine for Children.
In buying a cough medicine for chii
dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber
lam s cough, liemeuy. There is no
danger from it, and relief is always
sure to follow. It is intended especial
ly for coughs, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough, and there is no better medi
cine in the world for these diseases.
It is not only a certain cure for croup,
but, when given as soon as the croupy
cough appears, will prevent the attack.
Whooping cough is not dangerous
when this remedy is given as directed
It contains no opium or other harmful
drugs, and' may be given as confidentfy
to a baby as to ap adult For sal by
Little Care Will Save Many Reck
Island Readers Future Trouble.
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they have the amber hue
The discharges not excessive or in
Contain no "brick-dust like" . sedi
Doan's. Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure
them when they're sick.
Herbert Hanson, of 417 Fourth
street. Davenport, Iowa, says: "I suf
fered with disorderly kidneys for some
time. The most annoying sympton
was the irregularity of the kidney se
cretions, which were too frequent in
passage. I was unable to control them.
The teachers' meeting held at Illinois
City last Saturday was well attended.
Sixteen teachers -were present and an
interesting meeting was held.
The Big Four comedy company, com-1 and this caused me much annoyance
posed of home talent, gave their play, at night, breaking up my sleep. I
entitled, "Miss Topsy Turvy, or the I suffered with pains across ray back
Courtship of the Deacon." at the Buf- and through my shoulders and loins,
falo Prairie hall last Saturday evening. In the morning when I arose, I would
There wa9 a full house and the play be completely worn out and stiff in
was well acted, each actor doing his every limb. These symptons kept
part quite well. The music was fur-1 growing more severe and I seemed im-
nished by the high school orhcestra of able to get relief although I consulted
Muscatine. ' prysicians and tried many remedies.
Henry Krueger, Mrs. Annie Bartlett was advised by a friend to try Doan's
and Mrs. William Barker were onUM Kidney Pills and procured a box. I
to the bedside of their aged mother, took them in accordance with direc
who is Quite low and i not ex-nerted tions and in a short time the pains be
wireless Telegraphy Record. ! to live but a short time Mrs. Krueger gan to. disappear, the secretions be-
wnue tesiing new receiving cones lives at Lone Tree Iowa but she was came regular ana alter. continu:n
at one of the stations in Nova Scotia a former resident of this neihhnrhnni their use for about a month I was corn-
recently the operator picked up a mes
sage from the Philippine islands, a dis
tance of nearly 12,000 miles. The mes
sage put all previous records far in
Clyde Kent has moved into the An- Pletely cured. I can highly recommend
derson house. He will work for John
Powell the coming year.
Henry Krantz moved to the George
iitere is Only one
L&jz&iive Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IM ONE DAY.
...v.v.....Co, iiuoicw! o iucKer tarm near Buffalo Prairie.
Stomach Bitters occupies a similar po-J j. B. Jones of Wapello. Iowa, was a
biiion. curing me past s4 years it business caller at John Price's stock
has made so many cures of stomach, farm last. Tnesdav nn.i We.lensdnv.
liver, kidney and bowel complaints that! John Price attended a fine hog sale
"s au lormer recorus in me at Parry, Iowa, last Monday and Tues
rear. If you have been experimenting day.
with other remedies stop at once and , Rv. Mr Richardson of Muscatine,
get a bottle of this celebrated medi- Iowa is conducting a series of revival
cine from the druggist, grocer or gen- meetings at th H7oi n.ii rhnrrfi.
eral dealer. It will tone the digestive 1 irvoni, t!o 1 ,,- i,co,m
system, regulate the bowels, and thus ff0ods to Mnscnttne Town, last Mondav
cure and prevent poor appetite, heart- wnere he will make his home.
uurn, sour risings, sick neadache, bil
iousness, dyspepsia, indigestion, female
ills, colds, grippe and malaria, fever
and ague. .
Doan's Kidney Pills as being all
they are represented, a safe and sure
cure for all forms of kidney disease
rienty 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, Buffa
lo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's an 4
take no other.
By Stewart Edward White
and Samuel Hopkins Adams
- Illustrated by Parker
The Mystery will hold you spellbound. Augusta Herald.
The Mystery is a story to make you sit up. AViv York Sun.
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The Mystery ii as fascinating as the girl you love. Clewland Leader.
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The Mystery will take a place side by side with "Treasure Island." .ouis
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The Mystery has a gripping, attention-arresting charm -which holds true from
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to be analyzed. Philadelphia Press.
The Mystery is one cf the best sea stories that has been ouered to a greedy
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The Mystery is fine in its literary quality, well nigh perfect in characterization
and fascinating as entertainment. Syracuse Herald.
The Mystery is cleverly constructed, moves with extraordinary rapidity, and
is exceedingly interesting and entertaining. Indianapolis News,
For the Above Reasons We Will Print This Story
Watch for Opening Chapter.
Indictment for Physician.
Peoria, Jan. 23. The grand jury of Ful
ton county has indicted two men charged
with a criminal assault on Mary Hew
itt, a 14-year-olJ inmate of the poor
farm, and Dr. J. A. Logan of Canton
with performing- a crlminal operation
on the girl.
Take De Witt's Kidney and Bladder
pills. They promptly relieve backache
and weak back. Sold by all druggists.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He Is the old reliable specialist, established In Ivenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing' but
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here lone enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have, remained
EXAM I NATION
- YOU CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
DOST waste your time trying others, for you cannot get our treatment
at any other place, as most of our appliances ana treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention, and you cannot get the same re
sults without them.
SEE our new gig-antic Static X-Ray machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays. Call and see a thoroughly
equipped Institute. Consultation, nspection and explanation free and
RH.tlEMDEIU our treatment Is the test and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for inferior treatment when he surest is the cheapest. Our guar
antee Is backed Iby 12 years of suc-ces right here in Davenport and thous
ands of cured arid satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you can get the best for our money If you are ilotsure. In
vestigate, and be sure you're right, hen go ahead.
WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backiche, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the wr or any other di-ei txullar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience, MEN, we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed in one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money in your pocket until you see It
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 114 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. cu, 2 to
4:20. and t to 8:20 p, tn. Sundays from 10:80 to 12 a. m.
, A Cure fop Misery.
"I have found a cure for the misery
malaria poison produces," says R. M.
James of Louellen. S. C. "It's called
Electric Bitters, and comes in 50 cent Samin&
bottles. -It breaks up a case of chills
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kruse of Swift
Current, Canada, were hero several
days last week calling on old friends.
I George Spickler is not as 'well as he
has been. He is failing instead of
John Britton and George Britton
Costs a Little More Than Others.
Sold by all dealers
cities, retail price
Always remember the full name. Look
tor this signature on every box. 25c.
1 X n . . t x
or a bilious attack in almost ho time; uave ene 10 rratt. Kan- anu expeC
and it puts yellow jaundice clean out to be gone several -wee1s. (
of commission." This great tonic The Misses Anna and Clara Burmels-
medicine and blood purifier gives ter Davenport visited Sunday with
quick relief in all stomach, liver and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bur-i-irinav
ntrmlalnta and the tniserv of tneister. I
lame back. Sold under guarantee at ss Lola and Rollin Huntley were
all druggists 1)01,1 sick Monday. 1
! The Baptist society met at the home
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup of Mrs. Robert Thompson Thursday
acts upon the bowels andthereby afternoon, Jan. 16. I
drives the cold out of the system. It Miss Erma Wenks Is visiting friends
contains no opiates it Is pleasant to at Erie, III. m . 'C"utu
take and Is highly recommended lor. Harvey Lockwood of Colorado jwl
.children. SoI4 fcy all druggists. Springs spent Saturday and Sunday at
In the trt
per sack. If your grocer won't
fill your order for OCCIDENT,
telephone North 1024-Y, and we
will see that you are supplied.
Russell-Miller Miiling Co,
Room 8, Masonic Temple, Davenport.
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I EL E. CASTEEL, L. D. MUDGE, H. B. SIMMON,
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
- f ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Caltal Steek, 100,00. Foar Per Cet latereat Pale m DMlta,
II. D. Mack, H. H. Cleavelan,
John Schafer, Mary E. Roblnsom,
M. S. Heagy, W. J. Sweeney,
H. b. Slmmoa, H. W. Tremana,
C. J. Larkls,
H. E. Curtis,
H. E. CasteeL
L. D. Madge,
Far Drakeaaets, Optra,
m Mors hhie and
tber Drat Uiior,
Ike Tokaeen Habit
s and Nearmittoua, j
L-BSB Dwlght, III.
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,
Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
. Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Affsnf
for Non-Reslaents, Women, Invalids, and others.