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THE AHGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1908.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
ijpathy in Davenport, and a mother and IU9 wife, Annie E. Cavanaugh, ana"
Increase Capital Stocks The Ju. gk
Brothers Dry Goods company, which
recently enlarged their store and
greatly added to their stock, have fur
ther added to their share of prosper
ity by increasing their capital stock
to $30,000. Amended articles of in
corporation provided for this increase
were filed yesterday In the ofllce of
County Recorder Frank Holm by Lane
& Waterman. Adolph Juiifik is presi
dent and Charles O. Jungk secretary
of the company.
Jury Attaches No Blame. T. J. Ilar
com of Nebraska City, Neb., arrived
here yesterday called here by the
death of his brother, Herbert L. Har
com, who was crushed in the cave-in
of a sewer Saturday afternoon. An
inquest was held in the office of Cor
oner Lambach and a verdict of acci
dental death, attaching no blame to
any one, was found. Mr. Harcom was
41 years of age, having been born
near Upper Sandusuy, Ohio. He came
to Davenport about four years ago
from Peoria. A wife and a son, 13
years old, and his brother are Lereav
ed by his death.
Tournament Closes. The annual
four-day tournament of the Excelsior
.Rifle club came to a successful close
Sunday afternoon at the Turner hall
range. The scores made were higher
than at any previous tournament, and
also the attendance was larger. The
star shooter of the tournament was
Chris Jansen, who made the highest
aggregate of the 18 shots and also
made seven scores of the possible 75
in 3-shot strings. Fred Nabstedt do
nated a silver medal which was won
by J. B. Hayniings on the best l-shot,
only one trial during" the tournament.
father in Nairipa, Idaho, are broken one child, Amelia, survive,
hearted at the result of the untimely
death Sunday noon of Leslie Eagle, a1 ELECTION NOTICE.
promising youth just approaching man
hood. Leslie Eagle is the son of Rev.
Clark E. Eagle, a Minister of Nampa,
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the seventh day of April, A. D.
Idaho, and some time ago the boy ran3908, in the city of Rock' Island Illi
away from home. He secured employ-1 nois, an election will be held for the
meat in Davenport, and about Two following officers to-wit:
Runaway Boy Dies Here. A sad
case of a boy 20 years of age running
away from a good home in Idaho to
cast his lot in the world, finding em
ployment here and there wherever he
could, being stricken down with dis
ease and dying at the county hospital
in Davenport, has aroused much sym-
weeks ago was taken critically ill with
typhoid pneumonia at the Troy hotel
'on Perry street, where he boarded.
He was removed a week ago last Wed
nesday to the Scott county hospital,
where he died Sunday. Learning
where his relatives resided, word was
sent to them that the boy could not
live, aid Saturday his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Earl Eagle, arrived from Nampa
and was at the bedside at the time of
the boy's death. -
Awarded $4,500. The sealed verdict
In the $45,000 damage suit of Mrs.
Elizabeth Callagher vs. the People's
Light company, et al., was opened and
read in court yesterday. As announc
ed, the jury allowed Mrs. Gallagher
damages in the sum of $4,500, being
one-tenth of the original amount ask
ed for the death of her husband.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Grace Mick
Jewright; wife of C. F. Micklewright,
Oifd yesterday at the residence of her
mother-in-law, Mrs. William Mickle
wright, 412 East Fifteenth street. Her
death was sudden. Following an ill
ness of the grip, which developed into
quinzy, diphtheria set in and resulted
in her death. She was 31 years of
age. Besides her husband, C. F. Mick
lewright, her parents, "Mr. and Mrs
Reuben Boudinot of Davenport, two
children', Eldon and Ieslie, and two
sisters, Nellie Boudinot and Mrs. Em
ory Dopp of Davenport, survive her.
Henry Schroeder, an inmate for many
years of the Scott county poor farm
who has for the past three weeks been
under the care of Mrs. Ernestine Pe
tersen at the Morbonia hospital, died
Sunday at the age of 79 yfars
John C. Cavanaugh died Sunday ai
his home, 412 East Ninth street. He
was born in Ireland Dec. 25, I860,
had been in Davenport for over 20
years. He was a steamfitter by trade.
One alderman in the First ward for
One alderman in the Second ward
for two years, .
One alderman In the Third ward
for two years.
One alderman in the Fourth ward
for two years.
One alderman In the Fifth ward foi
One alderman in the Sixth ward
for two years.
One alderman In the Seventh ward
for two years.
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
One' supervisor for two years.
Three assistant supervisors for two
One constable to fill vacancy.
Qucatlona of lubllc I'oMcy.
His illness has been of long duration
Hoesli Bound Over. Fred, Hoesli,
former police magistrate of East. Mo
line, was yesterday bound over to the
grand jury on a charge of embezzle-
You Will Make No Mistake if You
, Follow This Rock Island Citi
zen's Advice. "
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain in the back, uri
nary disorders, dizziness and nervous
ness, it's time to act and no time to
experiment. These are all symptons
of kidney trouble, and you should
seek a remedy which is known to cure
Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to use. No need to exneriment. It
m,enibLHa"r",11',p0llCe mfgIsV"at? has cured many stubborn cases in
of Silvis. His bond was placed at
$500. The hearing which Magistrate
Hill's decision follows was held Fri
day. It is charged against Roesli that
he embezzled $282.45 of the fees he
Rock Island. Follow the advice cf a
Rock Island citizen and be cured your
self. Mrs. Isaac Shifter, of 1417 Fifth ave
nue, Rock Island, 111., says "My hus
collected as police magistrate, in that band wag. troubled for two years with
he extracted that sum in addition to kldney complaint before he found any
his salary of $300 from the amount thing tQ he,p him The wom
paid to -the city at the termination of tong he endured were severe pains in
his incumbency. His defense is that tne reglou of hig kidueys and across
the city owes him something over his his backj and a frequent action of the
salary, and that as soon as a civil kidnevs which he could tint onntrnl.
suit, which is pending, determined the He was unable to 4oo or 1Ift an
aiuwuuw, c WiU acme. thing and he tried many remedies
0 without obtaining relief. He read of
Motor Kicked Back, C. H. Van- Doan's Kidney Pills in the paper and
Dervoort sustained a severe and very. he decided to try them, procured a
painful fracture of the right wrist ox at the Harper House pharmacy
Sunday when the crank of an auto- an1 after usinS tnem a short time the
mobile which he was endeavoriua to Pains and other symptons left him.
start "kicked back." Although his I ha'e used Doan's Kidney Pills my
arm was hanging loose when the'se1' anl fintl tnem to be exactly as
rrnnu struck bi wrist- the hones of represented. My husband and I agree
the forearm were broken and there . that Doan's Kidney Pills are the surest
Shall this city become anti-saloon were several fractures among the ana satesi remeuy ior Kiuney irouuie.
territory? " small bones of the wrist, broken bits' "or 8aie a" "eaters, rnce auc
Proposition as to the annexation to of which all but protruded through the i osier-Miiourn company, cunaio, in. i
the citv of Rock Island. 111., of a nor-' rkin. .sole agents ior uie uuneu iuiet.
Mnn Rr.nth nnnb isimrt I Remember the name Doan's and
Vh!fVi clarlinn njill ha nnon ot 71 Police Ston Rout cirri of srrnr. ; take no Other,
o'clock In the morning and continue r jng matches that was to have brought
open until 5 o'clock in the afternoon together and McGinley in the
of that .day. , ' .,
Places of registration and voting' wl"uuJJ
will be as follows: cn" ounuay atternoon by tne west
First ward, first precinct No, 413 Atnieuc ciuu but ponce mierier
First ward, second precinct No. COO
Pay the Price
SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN.
A Preparation That Will Destroy the
Dandruff Germ Discovered.
Finally the scientific student has dia-
ence caused a postponement. 'ine. ' J ' "
basement of the old Gustaf Adolf I when first beoame. known tbat dan'
. rw,. . . . . drnff is the result of a trerm or nam.
Seventh avenue cnurcn at i niru sireei anu iouna ,. - -- - -
Second ward, first nrecinct-No. 1014 .-avenue had been secured lor the snow Z. i" ,! .T .Jl "
I (CORN SYRUP forHread
III More! More! More! comes tire all for .... .. lV
Kara. Children love and thrive upon it; 111
Iff everybody delights in its wholesome good- -jaesJU
HI ness. Nothing; half so good for all sorts of ""jpjgp
111 loc, 2sc and soc in air-umt tins. I . s. I
BOTTlp ; ,MCS!LiaDILL,
Second ward, second precinct
Barn, No. 919 Sixth avenue.
Third 'ward, first precinct County
jail, Third avenue and
Third ward, second precinct, 1422
Seventh avenue. j
Third ward, third precinct, Ullemey
er's drug store, corner Eleventh ave
nue and Fifteenth street.
Fourth ward, first precinct Frick's
livery, No. 1914 Third avenue.
Fourth ward, second precinct M.
Levy's carriage house. Nineteenth
street, between Sixth and Seventh av
enues. Fifth ward, first precinct Hose
house on Twenty-second street.
Fifth ward, second precinct s
Schmidt's grocery, No, 823 Twentieth
street. ' '
Sixth ward, first precinct Hose
house on Twenty-sixth street.
Sixth ward, second precinct A. J.
Reiss barn, No. 709 Twenty-Beventfi
Seventh ward, first precinct No.
110 Fifth avenue.
Seventh ward, second precinct Pe
terson's carpenter shop. No. 510 For
Seventh ward-, third precinct Al
bert Olson's barn, Forty-fourth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
M. T. RUDGREN,
City and Town Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., March 7, 1908.
and a ring had been built. When O. I e vitality of hair at the root cauv.ng
M. Bisant, chief of police, got wind
of the affair he dispatched three offl
ee-rs to the place with orders to ar-
Fourteenth rest any men that entered tne riS-
j The omcers, on entering tne ounanig
falling hair and baldness, bttogists
set to work to discover souip prepara
tion that will kill the gtfTm. After a
year's labor in on laboratory, tin
dandruff germ descroyer was discover
'found the'room filled with ' sports ied: and il is nw embodied in New-
ready for the bouts-to begin. Those .bros Herplcidex it prevents baldness,
ir charge explained to the officers stPs falling, hatf and speedily erad
that it was sirictly a club affair and , leates dauOruff. "Destroy the cause,
that proposed matches were between 'ou remove tho effect." Sold by lead
Thev were notified
would not be permitted, and the dis- Detroit, Mich. Sold in two sizes, 50
T. II. Thomas, special
matches were Deiween 'uu ,C1"U": m tuew.- ehmu Dy ieau
and solely for points. jinS druggists. Send 10 cents in stamps
tilled that the bout ' for sample to The Herplcide company,
Don't let anybody convince you
that the cheapest beans are best
- We pay $2.10 per bushel for the beans that we use. Yet
beans can be bought as low as 30c. Ours are picked out by
hand from the choicest Michigan beans, to get only the best.
We spend exactly five times as much to make our tomato
sauce as the price of other sauce ready-made.
That's why some brands sell for less than Van Camp's.
The best beans are most economical.
You'll serve them in place of meat
Cheap beans are not wanted often. Van Camp's can be
served every day. Think what that will save you in labor.
Think what it will save on your meat bills.
Beans are Nature's choicest food 84 nutriment.
Get beans with our nutty flavor beans with our spark
, ling zest and you'll find that you can't serve enough of
them. . '
Van Camp's pork and beans
baked with tomato sauce
. You regard beans as heavy food, hard to digest, simply :
, because you try to bake. them at home.
' Beans, to be digestible, must be factory cooked.
The heat of your oven can't break down their fibre. The
i fierce heat of our oven does. Then we bake in live steam,
thus the beans are left whole. That's why they are nutty
i - '
You don't know how good baked beans
can be until you know Van Camp's
We get our delicious blend by baking the beans, the
tomato sauce and the pork all together for 90 minutes.
There are brands that cost less, yet pay your grocer
more profit. He may want you to try them.
But you will never be satisfied with other beans home
baked or factory baked when you once taste Van Camp's.
1 r 1C VI On(t ton
' Van Camp Packing Company, Indianapolis, Ind.
appointed crowd filed out of the build- cents and ?1. T. II. Thomas.
ing Three matches were to havebeen
staged, Young Mahoney of this city
and Young Sinnett of Rock Island
meeting in the semi-windup.
Fills the Vacancy on Ticket.
Frank W. Anderson, is the republican
candidate for alderman in the Second
ward. He was the choice of the city
central committee to fill the vacancy
FOR APRIL HAS BEEN 50
Extreme Range In the Last 36 Years
Has Eeen from 14 to 87 Month .
Has Seen Heavy Snows.
Now that the north pole has been
discovered to be moving over toward
Siberia it is even more unsafe than
formerly to make long range weather
predictions. Therefore the usual no
tice sent out with advance u ta for.
coming months by Observer Sherier
warning the public that the figures
are not intended for a forecast re
mains in full force and effect.
April, Mr. Sherier finds, has had
a mean or normal temperature of 50
degrees for the last 3G years. In 189C
the month averaged 57 and this was
the warmest on record, while in 1874,
which was the coldest, the average
was 41. The highest temperature
recorded was 87 on the 20th, 1895,
and the 29th, 1901. The lowest was
14 on the 2d, 188C! The average date
of the. last killing frost has been
rtpiu ,., tne latest aate on which a
killing frost occurred in any spring
being May 22.
The average precipitation for tne
The Newest and Best
Designs in Wall Paper
Are now ready for your inspection at this store. Our stock this spring
is larger and more complete than ever, and we are certain that we can
suit the most exacting. You are invited to call and see our display.
Our prices will do the rest. Ask to see our 'stock of GENUINE IM
PORTED SWISS TEKKO, on parchment, for which we are sole agents.
- Let us figure on your painting and decorating. Remember, we
give "S. & H." green trading stamps.
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LERCH (SL GREV E,
THE RELIABLE WALL PAPER DEALERS. .
2002 Fourth Avenue. ; : ; v ' : ftock liand, llC
SC A It LET
. Ham TTnwf n
Hon. Mr. E. Kenyoa
BLUE AND WHITE . . Helen Pierce
ueisrnNK . . , Boulton'H Pink
HOSE-CRIMSON . . Prince of Wales
SHELL PINK . . Counts Spencer
PURPLE BLUE . Mra.WalterWrlsht
AZURE BLUE Mra.Oeo.HtKrinson. Jr.
BUFF AN O PINK . . Sybil Eckford
OfYpt AJK A 12 Pkta. One nnln aiie
V"" OJ packet each of IS Beat Sweet
Pew (regular price, O.00) 60 cents net.
AfoiAAn 12 Ozs, One ounce each at
VtlcrOU Bbovn electioa 1 Beat Sweet
Peaa (regular prloe, S2.K) COO net.
OFFER 48C. Time is mixed, per ouee.Se.
Willi Every Order. REE, our 1908 Catalogue
Own Uu Fbw era. IkputBMBt. of awttaalac
110 bm fallf Hhntntod. Bwciiptimu traa,
Vaujuian's Seed Store
84-88 Randolph SL,cmCAGO-
To Prevent the Grip.
laxative hromo quinine removes
the cause. To get the genuine, call
for full name and look for signature
of E. W. Grove. 23 cents.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
B. F. Crocker. Esq., now 84 years of
age, and for JJO years justice of the
on the ticket caused by the refusal Pce at Martinsburg, Ior. says: "I
of C. V. Johnson to allow his name am terribly afflicted with sciatic rheu-
to appear on the ballot.
Did Not Appear to Play. The bas
ketball game scheduled for last Satur
day night between the Moline Inde-
pendents and the Kappa Delta team'
of Davenport was called off. The
Davenporters claim Moline players
have shown an aversion to meefNthem
and that they now claim the amateur
championship of the three cities.
To Condemn Way for Sewer. The
board of local improvements has voted
to proceed with the condemnation of
land in Sugar Hollow to be used as a
right of way for the Sixth ward sewer.
An ordinance providing for this con
demnation will be presented to the
city council at its next meeting.
Name Is Changed. Stockholders of
the Moline Candy Manufacturing com
pany have authorized a change in the
concern's name, which hereafter will
be the A. G. Abraham company. The
company will continue in its present
location on Second avenue under the
same management. A. G. Abraham
remains in charge as president and
manager of the concern. The com
pany Is employing about 45 people
and a strictly wholesale business is
matism in my left arm and right hip.
I have used three bottles of Chambei
lain's Pain Balm and it did me lotsof
good." For sale by aI2 druggists.
month has been 2.C9 inches, the aver
age number of days with .01 inches
or more being 10. The greatest
monthly, precipitation was 5.41 in 1892
and the least .32 in 1895. The great
est amount of precipitation in any 24
hours was 3.04 inches on the lith
and 12th. 187C. , The greatest amount
3f snowfall in any '24 hours was 4.5
inches onshe 7th and 8th, 189C. The
average number of Wear days has been
8, partly cloudy J2 and cloudy 10
The prevailing winds have been from
Do Not Crowd the Season.
The first warm days of spring brine
with them a desire to get-out -and
enjoy the sunshine. Children that
have been housed up all winter are
brought out and you wonder where
they all came from. The heavy winter.
clothing is thrown aside and -many
ihed their flannels. . Then a cold wave
Tomes and people say that grip is epi
lemic. Colds' at this season are even
oore dangerous than in mid-winter, as
here Is much more danger of pneu
nonia. Take Chamberlain's Cough
temeay, nowever. and you will have
nothing to fear. It always cure, and
we have -never "known a cold to re
sult In pheamonia when it Is used. . It
Is pleasant and safe to' take. Children
like it.- For sale by all druggists.
Through without change' twice
daily from -Rock Island to Los
Angeles, with direct connection
for San Francisco.
Leave Rock Island at 1:50 a. m.
or 7 a. m.
These cars run. via the lowest alti-.
tude route to ' the coast and the
warmest way In winter therefore .
very popular with experienced
Over this route we oITer the
quickest tourist car service of any
Send for illustrated booklet telling
. about our trains via both the
El Paso and Colorado routes to
California, with' folder giving
schedules and description of our
tourist service, together with full
particulars as to rates.
. Plummer, C.P.A.,
. mock island Lines
1829 Second avenue
Rock Island, III.
It Eats Up, Rust.
' 6-5-4 wilt make an old. rusty
; Stove, or Store Pipe, look like new,
; because it eats up rust. When you
et up your Stoves, this Fall, KIve
hen coat of 6-5-4; it is applied
like pabtt, will not rub off and
SHLNCS ITSELF. It also .
This is for YOU!
We can arrange your bills, and accounts so that one monthly pay
ment of ?4.00 or $5.00 will' settle them all. DO YOU WONDER
Simply by loaning you enough money to clear up all your debts.
Then we can arrange you a small payment which you can easily
meet, and YOUR WORRY'S OVER.
BUT Perhaps you don t owe anyonc could you use some mon
ey, anyway? We have plans and rates that will please you, and
EVERY TRANSACTION iS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Let us send our man to see you NO LOAN NO CHARGE.
He'll tell you all about it.
Loans made on Furniture, Stock, Implements, etc., almost any
where within 35 miles of Davenport.
Write to us, .or use either phone, (at our expense.)
TRI-CITY LOAN CO..
Both Phones, new 242, old N. 2425.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights
21954 BRADY STREET,
3 CZZ3 1 I 1 C
"It Don't Hurt a Bit."
1715 Second Avenue.
For Bal by AH Hardware Dealers.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
Ho-Is tho old reliable specialist, established In DuvenporY IS years. Dar
ing that time over fifty specialists have coma here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and lert nothing" but
broken premises. Dr. Walsh has remained here long- enough to prove bis
cures are permanent, for tbe people he cured IS years ago have remained
cured. .-- j
PRES. - .
YOU CA NOT. GET" A 8URE CURE ANY
ROUT waste your time trying; others, for yon cannot a-et our treatment
at any other place, as most of our appliunces and treatments are tbe re
sults of our own study. and Invention, and you cannot get tbe same re
sults without them. .
'. 8KB onr new si Kan tie 8tatlo X-Ray machine. It In a wonder. We use all
forms of electricity, vibratio? and violet rays. Call and see a thoroughly
quipped Institute. Consultation, nspection and explanation free and
cheerfully given. . -
RKBitCMBER, oar treatment Is the best and tbe cheapest. Don't pay your
.money for inferior treatment when lie surest is the ctapet Our guar
antee Is backed by 12 years of succes right here In Davenport and tlioua-
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do - business like a business man
go where you cun get the best for our money It you are not sure. In
ventigate, and be mire you're right, hen go ahead.
1 WOMliN suffering from nervous exbmiKtion. beadache. backache, constU
:patlon, neuralgln,-palpitation of the heart, or any other disease pAcullar
to the sex. should consult Dr. Walsh und get tbe benefit of his vast ex-.
T perience. ' '.-.
, MKflf, we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and- bladder diseases).
hydrocele, nervous debility and . special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and lntefttinal diseases. Varicocele removed In one treatment,
- painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until you see It
. removed. .. ,
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical lnstltir West TMr
; street (nw Main street), Daven port, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 13 a. m.. I to
4:10. and t to 8:10 p, m. Sundays from 10:10 to IS a. m.