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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. MAY 2. 1908,
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
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No Baseball in Streets. Chief of Po
lice Tom Atkinson has given orders
that all playing or batting of baselialls
In the streets of Davenport shall be
mopped immediately. - Complaints
have come to the police station lately
by the dozens of broken windows,
caused by knocking baseballs, and
When the damage Is done, the offend
ers make their escape and not more
than half the windows are paid for.
The mrfyor gave notice to the chief
that this must be stopped.
Grange to Meet Here June 13. Sey
mour. 13arr has received word "that
Professor A. W. Storms of Ames will
not be able to be here for the annual
Orange picnic, June 13, but that Pro
fessor P. G. Holden will be here to de
liver an address of ex-Governor N. J.
Bachelder of Concord, X. H., national
naster of the Grange. The date cf the
picnic is June 1", and it is probable
that it will be held at Suburban island.
Saddlery Men Next Week. The
Iowa and Illinois saddelry men and
Jjobbing and wholesale leather dealers
will, convene in Davenport next Tues
day at (he New KimbaH, and a
1 .... t. . r . i . a t . .
iiu.i.ui-i ui iue pruuiuicm ueaiers vi
Icwa and Illinois will be In attendance
at the gathering. The meeting is call
ed for 10 o'clock iifc the morning and
will continue during the afternoon and
possibly in the evening. I. L. Sears
oi the Sears-Frizzell company, secre
tary of tho organization, has sent out
notices to the -dealers for the meeting
&nd asked them to attend. Mr. Sears
states that the meeting will be for the
purpose of talking over matters which
relate to the saddlery and leather bus
iness and of formulating rules which
will govern them in business. Any
detrimental features which any of the
dealers come in contact with will be
brought up and considered.
Loses Damage .Case. The $5,000
damage suit of Emily L. Radcliffe vs.
the Tri-City Railway company, reached
the Jury yesterday and in the after
noon a verdict was returned in favor
of the railway company.
Wife Finds Husband Dead. When
Mrs. John Jacobs, 1S10 West Third
street, Davenport, went up stairs yes
terday to call her husband, the night
watchman at the Bettendorf Wheel
works, for his dinner, she received no
response, and on going into the room
found him lying in cold death. He
Wyland Track Captain. At a meet-
came home and ate a hearty break- ng of the point winners of the recent
fast in tne morning after working all high school class track meet, Guido
rlight, and it is not known exactly Wyland, the all around star athlete of
what time he died. Besides his wife, the high school, was elected captain
wno is prostrated, he nas one son, over m Hull.
Put This Stove in
It is wonderfully
convenient to do
kitchen work on a
stove that's ready
at the instant wanted,
and out of the way tha
moment you're done.
Such a stove is the New
. Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook -Stove.
By using it you avoid the
heat of a coal fire and cook
with comfort, even in dog
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
, is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of
a room; the flame being directed up a retaining chimney to
the stove top where it is needed for cooking. You can .
f . see that a stove sending out heat in bnt one di-
rection would be preferable on a hot day to
a stove radiating heat in all directions. The
New Perfection" keeps a kitchen uniformly
comfortable. Three sizes, fully warranted.
If net with your dealer, write our nearest agency.
yHUf? for family use safe,
convenient, economical and a great light
giver. 1 1 not with your dealer, write our near
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Y. M. C. A. in Wall Dispute, Con
tractor C. E. Heaps and two of his
employes, E. B. Cowdery and Nels
Silas Strickland had the misfortune Chri3tisen. are charged with malic
,o lose his brooder with one hundred ious mischief, the same being prefer-
newly hatched little chicks, it Durnca red by General Secretary John S.
up on Tuesday evening by the brooder Freeman of the Y.. M. C. A., alleging
getting overheated. . that the meji had no legal right to
Graduating exercises of the Milan cut holea in the north giile of the wa,
school were held in the Milan town of the ass0clation building. Contrac
hall last evening. One young lady tor Heaps has the contract for erect-
ana two young men are ail tnere are ing A R Lockharfs new building ad
iin the class this year. I joining the Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C.
General regret is felt because thJ A building., it is alleged by Mr; Lock
people who patronize the street cars hart extends eignt ,nches upon Mr
will have'to transfer after today. ikhart's nrnnertv For that reason
iur. duiu ruiuiuii ...m v,nuu.u, M Lockhart insisted on building op-
it-turiieu. wonuay irum du-. erations and gave the contractor or-
wnere tney speni two or inree oajs. .derg tQ cut holeg iu the Y. M. C. A.
mrs. j. w. xmiiuuiiy umwi. uauBl.- buildhlg in which to insert the joists,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B Olmstead, md that js wh workme were
uu,c u ..u, doing when arrested. Mr. Lockhart
a number of years, who visited a cou- agsert8 lhere g njth duc the y. M.
pie of weeks at her old home here left c A f th f t, ag fa
, . 7 , u , A 7 yu"8'- building is on his property. The asso
children. Leigh and Grace, for her new . . - . . ftftft .
liuiuc, duisc, luaiiu.
Little Charlie Brandenburg got a
bad cut on his forehead with a peper-
knife in the hands of a little playmate
Go to Nebraska to Wed. Friends o
Miss Edith Johnson of. this city were
on Monday. '
Mrs. Martha Bushart from Erie, 111.,
is in Milan calling on old friends. this
Mrs. Dudly Thompson a former resi
dent of Milan, who moved to Sylvas '
last fall was visiting in Milan on
Thnrsftav ' .
rUtTnrit RdM xllotira tori Ma El vt h DI dBUI cl
of her marriage to Harry E. Perlicl;
of, East Moline. . The relatives of th
young lady were aware of- the ap
proacnlng .wedding, but - the friend
were kept in the dark. The ceremon
was performed In Germantown, Neb
last "Tuesday evening by. Rev. Mr
of the Congregationa
birthday Saturday by inviting ten of
church. The minister is an uncle o
his little playmates to his home. A U1 ulu a,,u "u. prbbi a wis,.
dPliehtfni time w had i,v all - ' f to officiate at his welding. As
The M : W. B. of the -M. E. church mj"fster found it impossible to com
will n1Mt this wppU with Mrs. Mpnrv Vtere the contracting parties went t
Wilson on East Dickson street. , : his home. ; The. bride and groom re
C. H. Dibbern and son are putting a tuniod llome yesterday, and will re
new roof on their warehouse "No. 1." on .rony-secona street, iuaiine
' rt i ! lnrtrf. rnnf anH will rrnnirp a' He is a machinist employed at tht
!Eood manv thousand shingles to cover s!lvs shopf? The bride is, well knowi
Mrs.-John Volk. Jr., of-Rock Island, on the bluff, where she has clerked foi
snout Thnisdav at thp hnmo nf Mrs. several years in S. P. Larson's and
J. C. Johnston in Milan. ; Karstens' grocery stores
Next Monday evening at the village I 0 '
council nwetincr the three new mem-.' Plan, for Athletic Field. A commit
bers elected last .Tuesday will take tee of three--Charles S. KoriiS, Dr.
the places of." the retiring members. , M. Wyland .and C F. Grants w:
. 'i i.; ,;; - ! named at a public meeting. held Thurs-
" : Kbw Ho Saved Money. . ; . day evening at the Moline club, t
A'country politicians in rehnvlvanla take steps to (provide an athletic field
managed to get elected to the lcgisla-' to supplant the field which' has been
turo at Uarrisburg for one terra. When abandoned in. "Riverside' cemetery
he came back he built himself a fine grounds. It is practically agreed that
house, costing about $20,000. Hi old the new field shall be established oi
neighbors, who knew he had no money the Moline Ice company tract on ihe
before be went to Iiarrismirg nnd Who river front at Twenty-sixth -slfect, In
knew the salary of it renusylvama .vestigation developed that" the-. Cad
legislator, were curious to discover
where the returned statesman got
means to build thelymse. So one day
a committee waited on the man who
built the house, and the spokesman
"Jim, it may be none of our business
to your thinking, but we think you owe
It to us who sent yon to the legislature
to explain where you got the money
with which you built this house. YoTi
didn't have n cent before you went to
Harrlshws and owed everybody in the
i place. Uow about it?"
'Why." caid the builder, "it's simple
enougli. You sec. when we were in
Ilarrisburg we didn't keep a hired
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He la the old reliable specialist, established In Davenport 12 years. Dur
tngr that time over fifty specialists have coma 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 long enough to prove his.
cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained
mm tWMmwm n
OU CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
DOlfT waste your time trying others, for you cannot gret our treatment
st any other place, as most of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention, and you cannot get the same re
sults without them.
It is a wonder, We use all
Call and see a thoroughly
and explanation free and
SSE our new gigantic Static X-Ray machine,
forms of electricity, vlbratlor and violet rays,
equipped Institute. Cor.sultanon. nspectlon
cneeriouy Riven. . . ,
H EM KM BiCR. our treatment Is the test and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for inferior treatment when ho surest is the cheapest. Our guar
antee is backed hy 12 years of succes right here In Davenport and thous
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like .a business man
tro where you ran get the best for '. our money if you are not sore. In
vestigate, and be sure you're right, hen go ahead.
WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the Bex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get tho benefit of his vast ex
MEN, wo cure blood drsense, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
by.drocHe, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach ahd tntt-j'tinal 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, 124 . West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 19 to 12 a. m- 2 to
4:10. and 7 to 8:20 p, in. Sundays from 10:10 to 12 a. m.
Sure to Gst On.
"Mr. Spudlon;," began tUev youth,
hanging his bat on the back of tho
chair, "I will occupy only n few mo
ments of your-time. I have come to
ask you for your daughter. I"
"Young man," said the elderly bank
er, "do you"
"Yes. sir. I realize fully that she lias
been tenderly nurtured and that rhe Is
very dear to you; also that her home U
one In which she has beeu surrounded
by every 111x1117. But she Is willing to
"No. 6ir; I can't quite maintain her
In the style to which she has been ac
customed, but I have a good salary,
and I am ready to cbauce it. So It
, "'H1 you"
"Yes. sir; I will keep my life Insured
for a sum sufficient to provide for her
j If I should be taken away."
"No, sir; I would not expect to live
with the family. I am able to buy and
j furnish a modest home for her."
J "Young man." said Mr. Spufllong.
I looking at his watch, "I rather like
your style. You can have her. Good"
"Morning, sir." London Express.
T J ;
' License to Wed.
Charles Wendt Rock Island
Mamie Daxon Rock Island
tract on Thirty-sixth street, which wa
also offered for : park purposes, is too
small, and the nse of this ground wa
not considered. It is" hoped the new
park may be finished by May 15, and
to this end the committee will pro
ceed at once with plans. The idea i
to iay out the ground according to
plans drawn some time ago -by H.
Paddock, the design being similar to
Marshall field in Chicago, though
smaller. There will be a quarter-mile
track enclosing a baseball diamond
and a football gridiron.
Colored Boy . Dies. Fred Sidney
Foy (colored), aged 10 years, died at
the home of .his grandmother, Mrs,
Dunn, 1917 Twelfth avenue. Thursday
night He had been ill for a long
time with dropsy.
Obituary Record. Marshall J. Ban
nister of 1542 Twenty-third avenue.
died Thursday afternoon at his home
from gangrene ami other complies
tions. Gangrene set in as the result
of paring a corn which Mr. Bannister
was bothered . with considerably. He
Good Words for .Chamberlain's Cough
People everywhere take pleasure in
; testifying to the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs'.
Edward .Phillips of Barclay, Md.,
writes; "I wish to tell you thai I can
recommend Chamberlain's Cough
.Remedy. .My little girl, Catherine,
i who is two years old, has been taking
t this, remedy whenever she has had a
;coId since she was two months old.
: About a month ago I contracted a
dreadful cold myself, but I took Cham
.berlain's Cough Remedy and was soon
as well as ever." Thisj-emedy is for
' sale by all druggists.
Our delicious Cod Liver
preparation without oil.
Better than old-fashioned
cod liver oil and emulsions
to restore health for
Old people, delicate children
weak run-down persons, and
after sickness, colds, coughs
bronchitis and all throat and
Try it on our guarantee
HARPfcR HOUSE PHARMACY.
had cut too deep, causing it to bleed,
after which blood poisoning followed.
Deceased was born at Ware, Mass.,
Nov. 21, 1857, and came to Moline
four years ago to work at the arsenal,
where he had been employed since
coming here. He leaves to mourn.
his wife and two children, Miss Flor
ence and Ralph. .
Crrine Destroys the Craving for Drink
Sold Under Positive Guarantee.
Excessive or continued use of alco
olic beverages always results in a
Jiseascd condition of the nervous sys
The drinking man is often heard to
ay, "I can stop of my own free will
:nd when I wish," but the poor fel
ow is now devoid of the power to cct
it the proper time and in the right
.vay it's too late, the craving has se
cured a firm hold and because of the
iiseased nervous system he has not
he ability for sustained effort. Tho
result we all know.
Drunkenness is no longer consid
red a crime; eminent scientists and
physicians have agreed that it is a
disease and must be treated as such.
The home treatment that lias boon
ist'd for a number of years, and is
ilshlv successful, is Orrine. It is sold
;nder a positive guarantee that if it
ices not effect a cure your money will
Orrine is in two forms. When (lo
uring to give wcretly, purchase Or
tne No. 1 and if the patient-will vol-
intarily take th? treatment, Orrine
o. 2 should be given. The guarantee
s the same in either case. Orrine
osts but $1.00 ner box. Mailed in
dain sealed wrapper on receipt of
f)rice. Write for free treatise on
'Drunkenness" mailed in sealed en
velope by The Orrine Co., Washing
on, D. C, and in this city by Harper
The Churchyard Yew's Secret.
"Why are yew trees. found in ceme
teries only';" said a forester. "Why,
all over the world -saving hre, where
they don't exist do you find in ceme
teries great yews of immemorial age:
antiquaries, nave tried to attach some
druldis significance to the matter. Yews
grow In churchyards and nowhere else;
hence. they were sacred to the dead in
the time of t!ie Druids, and it was as
erroneous to plant them in yo:;r gar
den as to plant tombstones there. I
have exploded that suierstition. On 0
walking tour of England one summer I
asked every farmer I met why be had
no yews on his place. The answer"
was always the same: D you think I
want to lose my cattle?' or IIad one,
but cut it down. The beetles got r.t it,
and yew leaves is poison to the beaut
ies.' Yes. that is the secret of tho
churchyard yew. It grows only in
cemeteries because tho farmers have
destroyed It everywhere else, its leaves
being injurious to live stock." New
. Forty Years
Ib Household Use.
For Cleaning uid Polishing
Send address for a FREE SA.fPI.K,
' or 16 cents in rtarope for a full box.
TOT! Klectko Hclioon c:i.4 30 ruff 8t ., New York.
Vroecrs ana Druggists sell It.
Washington and a Dog.
While the British occupied .Philadel
phia nnd the American force lay in
winter quartM-s at Valley Forge, one
day as Washington and his staff were
dining a fine hunting dog which was
evidently lost came to seek something
to eat. On it3 collar was the mime,
"General Howe." Wasbiugton ordered
that the dog should be fed. and then ho
sent it to Philadelphia under a flag of
truce, with a letter reading: "General
Washington's compliments to General
Howe.- He does himself the pleasure
to return to him a dog which acci
dentally fell into liis hands and by the
Inscription on the collar appears to be
long to General Howe." The Rritish
commander in reply sent a cordial let
ter conveying his warm thanks for thia
act of courtesy of his enemy.
The World's Best Climate.
Is not entirely free from disease, on
the high elevations fevers prevail,
while on the lower levels malaria is
encountered to a greater or less ex
tent, according to altitude." To over
come climate affections lassitude, ma
laria, jaundice, biliousness, fever and
ague, and general debility, the most
effective remedy is Electric Pitters.
the great alterative and blood purifier;
the antidote for every form of bodily
weakness, nervousness, and insomnia.
Sold under guarantee at all druggists.
i Price 60 cents.
What those who know
say of the
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"A pianist having such a wonderful instrument under his
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would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I
did not know that anything could stop the pain
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women suffering with painful periods to use Car
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It does this by regulating the functions and
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Why not you? " Try it.
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A PRETTY HAT
Will never make a pretty face.
Pretty teeth always do.
"It Don't Hurt a Bit."
, , 1715 Second Avenue.