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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1909.
S OF THE NEIGHBORS
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FerryCompany Files Bond. E. II.
Van Patten of the Bettendorf Ferry
company has filed a, bond in the sum
of $1,000 with County Auditor Ed Col
lins In accordance with the agreement
of the company to have the new ferry
In operation by May 1. ,
Bonds for .Three Saloons. Abate
ment bonds have been filed in the dis
trict court by the Hawkeye Realty
company to release three of its proper
ties recently tied up by injunction pro
ceedings. Attorney Henry Vollmer
represented the Realty company. The
tenants of the properties abated and
the amounts of the required bond fur
nished by the Hawkeye Realty com
pany as owner of the premises were as
follows: James Weldon, $1,000; John
C. Davenport, $1,000; Frank Owens,
Set Date for Ball, The members of
Company B, I. N. G., at a meeting
Monday night set Feb. 22 as the date
for the grand military ball. Elaborate
arrangements are being made for this
event and it promises to be a function
of no small importance!
Wants $3,000 for Wounded Heart.
Eva Stanton has started legal proceed
ings against John Porth, a well known
resident of West Davenport, claiming
$3,000 damages for alleged breach of
promise. The woman alleges that in
October, 1907, Mr. Porth agreed to
marry her and to deed to her certain
residence property at 2344 South How
ell street, and also to pay oft a mort
gage on - her own home in Calamus,
Clinton , county, in the sum of $547
All of these "promises, 6va now claims
John failed to make good and furthe
that he ordered her away from hla
premises at 234 Souta Howell street,
all for which she now demands. $3,000
Pleasant Valley to incorporate. A
movemeiipwi the part pf residents of
Pleasant Yalfeyip incorporate started
last September, is now. coming to a
focus. The signatures of 87 residents
have been secured for a special elec
tion to vote on the propositipn. Thesa
will be presented to Judere Bollinjrer
j in the district court and the court re
quested 1061 the time of the election
ana to appoint five commissioners to
conduct the same. The territory
which it. is proposed to incorporate
includes 550 acres.- Charles Hanna U
a moving spirit in the enterprise.
Rifle Club Incorporates. Articles of
incorporation of the Eclipse Rifle club
of Bettendorf were filed in the Scott
county recorder's office yesterday.
The officers are given as follows
President, Max R. C. Langer; vice
president, Detlef Kahl; secretary, Jos
eph M. Kneipp, Jr.; treasurer, Charles
Kohl; captain, Oscar H. Winckler;
assistant captain, Francis X. Traeger;
trustees, John C. Kohle, Ed House and
Peter H. Rathjens. . :
uDnuary Kecora. miss Irene rres
son, 25 years old, whose home is in
Build 'Big Smokestack. To accom-
Marshalltown, , Iowa ;'died , Monday
night at the home of Mrs. S. Harris,
216 East Tenth-street She had been ,
here for several " weeks taking treat-.
ment for Brighth's disease.. The direct
of -pneumonia and - Bright' dlscusc.-,-modate : two new boilers which have re
'Mlss Presson's home was with her j cently been installed in the power
mother, Mrs. S. H. Archer of Marshall- house of Deere & Co.'s great plant,
town. , . . . . y men gjtg- now Dugy erecting a tall steel
measure 175 feet from the ground and
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
' HOME OFFICE, - ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
. . - OFFICERS: "
HOPE THOMPSON, President. ; H. A. AINSWORTH, yice President.
STEWART GOODRELL, Secretary and General Manager. ' i .
PAUL KERSCH, 2nd Vice President. C. W. LUNDAHL, Treasurer.
will be 92 inches in diameter on the
inside. The erection of the stank has
. J taken about five weeks and it has now
Sum-, reacnea a stage where it will take
Real Estate Transfers.
G. Elmer Blakeslev to R.' G
mers and J. D. Bollman. lot 3. block 2, fbout-nother week to finish. It is be-
Elmer B'akeslev's Twelfth street addi-' g buHt ne" the ld brlCk 6tack' but
turner Biakesiey s i wemn street aaai ig a mon8ter ln comparison., being
tion 'Rock Island. $550. A I seven feet in diameter and 175 feet
August DeBuck to Polydor Vcr-, high, while the brick stack is but 148
heecke, lot 122, bkick 10, Buford . & .feet high. Deere & Co. now has a
Guyer's addition Rock Island.
Perry ll Simmon to Victor Belene,
north west Vi southwest 4 northeast
V section 4-16-2w. $W90. V
Albert R. Stoddard to Eudora 'M.
Stoddard and VIctorine C. Pettangill,
north 30 feet of south. 30 feet lot 3,
block , Osborn's first addition Moline-.
Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. ,
Having been sick for the past two
years with a bad stomach trouble, a
friend gave me , a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They did me so much good that I
bought a bottle of them and have used
12 bottles in all. Today I am well of
a bad stomach trouble. Mrs. John
;Lowe, Cooper, Maine. These tablets
are for sale by all druggists.
Congress of United States Has Failed of Duty
BY. WILLIS J. ABBOT.
I did film up." boastfully snld the
man who had bnd u fight. "I hit him
In the list with ray face and knocked
Of course the quarrel of congress with
President Roosevelt easily takes rank
far above any. other event of recent
date ln news importance as well as in
Another thing stnnned the country
the president's attack on Senator Ben
jamin Ryan Tillman of South Carolina
and the giving out of certain facts per
taining to Senator Tillman's recent
connection with prospective purchases
of lands now held by a wagon road
company under cougresslonal 'grant.
Tragic as may have been the sudden
smirching of the standing of a federal
senator hitherto unquestioned as to
probity, the relationship between the
congress and the chief executive de
mands attention not only by every
writer of politics, but by every citizen
who loves bis native land and who
earnestly wishes to witness strength
ening or tiie popular government
( Shortcomings of Congress.
First there are some bald, bare fact
to doubt which would be but to deni
onstrate failure properly to discern
contemporary events. The congress is
not ln gocd repute with the masses
The Incumbent president is ln good re
pute with the masses. The people, or a
majority of them, believe Mr. Keosc
velt is for them. They believe with
equal depth of conviction that the con
gress Is for the "interests." Not all
congressmen or nil senators, but the
majority, the governing forces of both J and the people through them voiced
corporations have grown to mountains
of iniquity. . Yet the congress has sat
supinely inert, a corporation control
led senator "bossing" the great and.
dignified senate, and a dictatorial, ty
rannical, reactionary congressman has
headed a coterie of half a dozen who,
following his commands as speaker,
have literally owned the house.
Movement For Reform.
A great movement began, accentuated
here by one man, perhaps a . Bryan;
there by another, perhaps a La Follette
or a Folk or a Cummins or a Hughes.
bodies have been written down by the
average citizen as derelict of duty, as
hostile to the forward movement just
now gathering momentum.
That magnificent patriots adorn both
houses all honest men hasten to admit.
That subeellar governors of congres
sional activities have dominated In the
ultimate results obtained from the con
gress all thoughtful men must con
cede. To be specific, trusts" have been add
ed to trusts: abuses by oubllc service
capacity for generating 1,800 horse
power in its boilers, two having re
cently been Installed. The two new
boilers will generate approximately
500 horse power.
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Peterson-Quandt. The marriage of
Miss Edith M. Quandt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quandt of Musca
tine and Arthur M Peterson of Molina
took place Sunday afternoon at the
parsonage of St. Paul's English Luth
eran; church in Davenport-, Rev. V H.
Blancke officiating. The couple was
attended by Mr. and Mrs. Albert A.
Lllison of Moline, cousins of the
groom. The happy couple will make
their home in Rock Island. The groom
is the well known barber.
may . want Line fcxtenaed. At a
meeting of the Industrial Home asso
ciation Monday evening a committee
was appointed to investigate the mat
ter of securing a suitable site for
Labor day celebration, which is to take
place in Moline this year. The com
mittee consists of Fred Smithiger,
Thomas Foley and Oscar Peterson.
The members of the association favor
holding the celebration in the Athletic
park, on the river road, providing ar
rangements can be made with the Mo
line Business Men's association, which
has the renting of the park in charge.
However, should the park be decided
upon,, the association would ask the
Tri-City Railway & Light company to
extend its Third avenue line to thp
Get Prominent Speakers Hon. Sam
uel Alschuler ,'of Aurora, democratic ;
candidate for governor In 1900, and
President G. E. MacLean of the State
University of Iowa, are two of the
speakers, for the annual Lincoln day!
banquet to be held this year by the
H. A. A1NS WORTH,
President Moline Savings Bank. Mo
line. III.; also Pres. Williams-White
. Mftr. Co:. Moline, I1L; Vice Pres.
the Northern Life Ins. Co.
W. A. ROSENFIELD.
rroa. Moline Wagoi Co.; also Vice
Pres. Rock Island National same
FRANK W. MUELLER,
Pres. Mueller Lumber Co., Daven
port, Iowa. .
Pres. Peoples National Bank, Rock
island, III.; also pres. ucs Moines
Brewing Co. y
Insurance. Rock Island. 111.; 2nd Vice
Pres. the Northern Life Ins. Co.
' BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
M.; A. " PATTERSON,
A. G. F. A., Rock Island System.
C W. LUNDAHL, '
Cashier Peoples Savings Bank & Trust
Cq., Moline. 111.; Treas. Northern
' Life Ins, Co.. : . . '
. E. II. RYAN.
Capitalist, Davenport,'' Iowa.
STEWART GOODRELL, '
Insurance Expert; for 14 years Insur-
ance Commissioner. State of Iowa;
Sccy and Gen. Msinager the
Northern Life Ins. Co.
J. B. SMAlEY.. .
ipivision Superintendent "Rock Island
System, Davenport. Iowa. . .
j: HENRY K'ItAt7s'Er ',
Cashier Krause Savings Bank,
' DR. A. It ARP. "
Medical Director,' the Northern Life
Ins. Co., Moline, 111.
V -JQHN M. EKELIN.
'"-; Insurance, Moline, I1L
J. W. SIMONSON.
Pres. Port Byron State Bank, Port
DR.. T. IL WESSEL,
Director ln eVery Bank in Moline, I1L
- G. F. HEINTZ.
' 'Merchant Quincy, 111.
The-InterOcean, Chicago. " '
HOPE THOMPSON. -Pres.
the Northern Life Ins. Co.
AGENTS. WANTED 310-311 "SAFETY BUILDING.
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their demand for curing of the nbures
It was not a. spasmodic reform wave,
but a tidal wave, and It threw politi
cal wrecks high on the beach in, New
York, Missouri, Oregon, ln a dozen
other states. Even some of the ships
of the national political fleet , wore I Moline club intfonimemoralloir of thej
cadzht In the omrushinc waters nndllPOth anniversary. Besides the two
hurled high and dry among the shore
rocks. , - ;
Yet the congress failed adequately to
realize the. significance of passing
events. .It dallied; It sneered: it laugh
edi Some men of the member Wore
countenances whereon was lined con
cern, appreciation of what mlgnt fol
lowi - ' ', ' ; ". .
. Into the: White House went a man of
forccof purpose,' of political skill' be
yond thaf possessed by" others of his
period. - His v was an admixture' of ex
cellences with deplorable ; qualities,
and one of. the- latter was a. disposi
tion to . win any. fight, regardless of the
methods employed.;- ., - .... ' V"
It was not a far "cry . from the elhlca
of such concept to that of. the Imagi
nary modern who said to his son:
"My boy, get money.. Get It honest
ly If you can, but get It.7 ,
"My son." " might have said this
strong man Inthe sent of Washing
ton, Jefferson and ; Lincoln, "win po
litical .flght.i. Win them honestly If
you can. but win them."
He knew the people had lost confi
dence' Jn the ruling powers of the con
Do you know of any woman who ever received any
benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound?" . '
If any woman who is suffering with any ailment peculiar
to her sex will ask her neighbors this question, she.will be
surprised at the result. There is hardly a community in
this country where women cannot be found who have been
restored to health by this famous old , . remedy, made .
exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herb,s.
During the past 30 years we have published, thousands
of letters from these grateful women who have been cured
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never
in all that time have we published a testimonial without
the writer's 'special permission ; Never have we knowingly
published a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine. .
Here is one just received a few days ago. If anyone doubts
that this is a true and honest statement of a woman's experi
ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Write
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Houston, Texas.-" When I first began taking Iiydla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound I was a total wreck. I had been
ick for three years with female troubles, chronic dyspepsia,
and a liver trouble. I had tried several doctor's medicines, but
nothing did me any good. "
, "For three years I lived on medicines and thought I would
never get well, when I read an advertisment of Lydia E.Pink- '
ham's Vegetable Compound, and was advised to try it. ;
"My husband got me one bottle of the Compound, and it did
me so much good I continued its use. I am now a well woman
and enjoy the best of health. ..-..;.'-:'-.,'- ,
t 7 ""tT1 f,.'0!"'!1 suffering from such troubles to give
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. They won't
Any woman who is sick and suffering is foolish surely
not to give such a medicine as this a trial. Why should it
not do her as much good as it did Mrs. Hicks.' r
addresses the program will include the
rendition of patriotic airs by a glee
club selected from the membership of
the club.; 0 Several of the airs to be
sung will be illustrated with stereop
ticon slides and in aJdition- there will
be serleV'of special .slides on' Lincoln
and the civil war. It is planned to
have a-brief program of impromptu
talks. In which several speakers will
tell of personal reminiscences. .
; Obituary Record, Sylvia, the seven-
months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Carlstedt, 1707 Twenty-eighth
avenue,, died Monday evening after an
illness : of only-two days with convul
sions brought on by a severe cold.
Sylvia was born in Moline June 1G,
1908. She leaves besides her parents,
two brothers; Marvid and Pul.
style. Perhaps he can tench us writ
ing fellows somewhat of i'.icislveneas.
Once. be referred to some "spineless
Tickles Popular Mind.
Along comes Theodore Hoosevelt,
and likewise he knew thnt-he - strong with the people?, and hurls bis
could win In any contest of words I Javelin of innuendo at house and sen-
with the house or senate win so far ' ate. : The people.' busy with their con
ns the people were concerned and that cerns at home, look up.
they would applaud him for his deeds, j "What's that, Malindy? Teddy ronst-
' A Cheap Insinuation.
whlcn comes to the same end as Si's
remarks. ' -
No one who Is fair minded will mir?-
construe these rather severe com
ments, lie will not as a member of
either body of the congress take to
himself anything herein ns reflecting
on him unless he shall have belonged
to thnt colony of shrimps" who have
abdicated their rights and ns a conse
quence failed to perform their swirn
duty to their constituents. .
If he belongs to that colony well.
he's welcome to what view he mr.y
fake of these writings.
.Warning to Do Nothings. -Just
a word of the prenldeut. Uo-
mcmber. he fights to win. He is one
who would ascribe to William J. Cry-
an motives and associations which he
knew Mr. Bryan did not entertain or
maintain. But it was In a fight, and
he fights to win. That explains why
he advantaged himself of the ruling
distrust of the congress to win n point.
He soon goes out from office. The
congress remains. It Is vastly more
Important that the congress emerge
from this wrangle appropriately than
thnt words be wasted on a disserta
tion as to the propriety of the Roose
velt actions. Certainly congressmen
and senators will learn from this epl
sode that the do-nothingness of the
national legislative body while corrup
tion reigned supreme all around was
the weak spot' at which ,Mr. Roosevelt
could aim . his . shafts. -Therefore let
them fake heed to themselves "thnt
henceforth no such vulnerable spot re
About Senator Tillman.
Meanwhile sympathy for those good
men who suffer unjustly ; in house or
senate. However, scarcely will nuy of
the "live wires" in either body suffer,
for the people at home know , their
friends' and will not mlsbrand them
this time. " '.. '
How about Senator Tillman?
How can that South. Carolinan ever
recover ; f rom the crushing bio w ad
ministered from the White House?
Which of the men . hitherto attacked
by Theodore Roosevelt - has fully, re
covered his aforetime strength before
the people? ..Who can lightly estimate
the dynamic power back of such blows
from one in whom Is embodied the j
leadership of 90,000,000 people? I
It Is my business to record truth',
here, making never the wish to be the i
father of the thought. . Obeying the be- '
hest of that duty, it must be said that
Ben Tillman never will recover com
pletely, and those best acquainted with
him and his condition aver his health, i
severely ' strained the past twelve
month, will break under this new load.
Washington, D. C
Howard received the gentleman's prize
a pretty china cup and saucer. After
the games the hostess served a dainty
lunch. Mr. and Mrs... Richard -Mecr
were made new members of the club,
which will meet at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Howard next Saturday
evening. . '
Little Raymond Nelson is ill at his
heme with measles and congestion of
tbo lungs. "
Harold Korb is confined to his home
The Ladies' Aid of the Silvis Baptist
church wilL be entertajned Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. II.
Babnks on the Sixth street hill.
The revival meetings which have
been held at the Baptist church dur
ing the past week, have been entirely
successful and a groat increase in the
attendance has been noted. The sing
ing by Mrs. Marshall of Chicago, haa
been enjoyed so much that she wi?l
remain for another week. Besides the
open meetings evenings there will be
ladies' meetings every afternoon at 2
o'clock and next Saturday afternoon
at the same time will be held a special
meeting for the children.
Sunday afternoon at the Cox. hall
under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.,
was held an open meeting which was
very well attended. The speaker of
the afternoon was Rev. W. B. Clem
mer of the Memorial Christian church .
of Rock Island, whose topic was "To
day. Yesterday and Forever, and
scripture reading the first psalm. His
talk was thououghly enjoyed.
At a meeting of the ladies of the
Methodist Aid society last Thursday
it was decided to divide the society
(Continued on Paga Seven.)
Factors of Safety
The human body is a wonderful machine, provided with'
muscular, nervous r.nd mental energy far in excess of normal
needs. n health, the organs"" and tissues can do double their
usual amount of work' without Strain or friction, because they
have stored energy to meet the extra demand. f ' -
When you feel "all tuckered out," these factors of safety are
nearly exhausted and you need to resort to . . ,
to renew the supply of energy, wherever it may be called for.
Indigestion, bilious attacks, constipation, loss of sleep, ner
vousness, dizzy spells, are warnings that .the factor of safety in
the stomach, liver, bowels or brain, is low, or nearing the danger,
point and needs' to be replenished. . . . t - w. ,
- Beecham's Fills increase the supply of blood, strengthen
the stomach, operate the bowels, feed the nerve cells, build
tissue,- and create a reserve supply of energy, which is the only
natural and effective way to . :
la boxes with tall directions. 10c and 25c
" Let It not be inferred from this that
I am discounting the average intelli
gence of the masses. They are' nearer
right than any one class of them, high
ing the senators and congressmen?'
"Yes,Si; he says they refused him
detectives because they were afraid
lie'd catch them ln their own wrongs."
"Ha, ha, ha!" laughs SI as he scrapes
or low In education, social training or T ',,ow mua 1Tom n" 8rB'es-
ffoods 1 , .ay sartam does rattle tneni old dry
Nevertheless, taking pdvantage of
bones, don't be. Malindy? Ha. hn. ha!
The mere fact that
tihn w nnt nil nt nni. ,',m 1 The buslness man ln the village, the
know all of the facts ln tnts case, this .manufacturer ln the city, the scholar
militant dweller In the -white mansion 'Ia his study, the preacher In his robes,
ln a message to the congress flung a ;the yun man in his college; or plat e
cheap Insinuation at the honor of the o( employment these, using slightly
wt.intnr. ttf innin nch more conventional senteuces.. sav that
as. to convey the Impression that he
meant to Impugn the honor of the. ma
lority of the members. . I-
.What are the facta? That the pres
ident, really designed a . fling at the
email group of men the bouse has per
mitted to rule It, likewise the senate.
Can tbe house Justly.complain? Has
it not permitted half a dozen' men to
dictate? Has it not degenerated' into
a thing no longer vigilant of the ieo
ple'js needs? Have not members whose
hearts were right and lives clean sat
by while forces of the "Interests" In
is ? universally recom
mended for Consumption
is proof positive that it is .
the mostenergizing and
Uf : w rune iua-e ui me luiereuia m- , .-
sinuated tbemseivea f into places of strengthening preparation.
in the world. . i'j
1 1 warms j and nourishes,
power and .defied the people? : Have not
senators by silence agreed to the dom
ination pf these "Interests?".
: v - - . i - . i i . - a
juast year in Aiunca- reeiaau cur- i . . . :"""''
rency bill was - forced through the it enncheS the DiOOd, StODS
nouse wim scarce a reason. given in 1CC rvf'.flich- nnd hlitlrlc'
public speech why" t ahoald become 7?S;.ptlte(t; and DUIia
law It went to the senate, where Nel- up. (aCt 'Scott S
son Wl Aldrlen. gloating In his" pow-er; "',' .:.?'.. 'i:-- - ' V -
saw senators shrink Into corners., walk v .- . -
th cnrriilnm nil', hrif - wrlniHnir tVioli Send thb deitucntent, together with mm
tae corridors ail but wringing theltf pcrte tm. w addm ami fo
hands in despair, yet well, let us turn to cover potuce. vd win tendyMi a
for the moment to bJqflToId Tom iJw- "Comptct HAiy AUa of the World." s vs.
Bon. of Boston and sthdy his llternxy SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl Street. New Yotfc
Mr. and Mrs. Ivel Rife of Eighth
street will be host and hostess to tue
"S. O. N."- club this evening.
, Mr. and Mrs. George McKinley were
guests at the home of. Mr. and Mrs.
John Kittilson of Thirty-ninth street,
Moline, Friday evening, when they en
tertained a number of people at cards.
The honors were awarded' Mrs. tick
ler and Mrs. J. M. Farnham. :
Early Sunday - morning the hose
house of 'the Silvis fire department
caught fire from an overheated stove.
Very little, damage was done. ' :
F. E. Good of the C, R. I. & P. shops
at Silvis departed Monday morning forH
Little Rock, Ark. : ...
' William Ireland Is ill with a severe
attack of pneumonia.
' Mrs. George Lutberry, who has been
suffering with rheumatism of the heart
is much Improved. .
Mrs; I F. Crawford of Ninth street
is a eufferer from a severe cold.
Miss Marjorie Kerb Is ill. with Iho
- Silvis. is sure to become a brillnt
city -About 8 o'clock Sunday evening-
the street arc lights were given a try
out. ,Mr. W. H. .Downfalls touched
the, button that illuminated East Mo
line, and Silvis. ir'f? ".. . V (
j , Saturday evening took ' place an-
'other of the enjoyable sessions of the.':
Sll.vls Coiintry.tiub which met At the
home - of - Mr. " and Mrs. Eric Carlson
on the hlll Qn account of illness a
number, of members .were absent, and.;
only, .three tables were played. , The
honors for the lady's highest score
' was awarded Mrs. Erfc Carlson .and
.was a, pretty Haviland plate and A. J. '
An Overburdened Ship
Makes slow headway against a heavy, rolling sea. , '
It's the same wieh persons overburdened with bills. . , .
They worry and stew when they ought to be enjoying life.
If you're overburdened ,with bills, wouldn't it be a wise plan to
borrow enough money. to pay them-r-combine them Into one account'
make a payment payday on the combined account? Shift your bur-"
ddn to us. ' - ' ; ! . .
Well loan you the money on your furniture, piano, horses wa
gons, etc. charge you a reasonable fee for our' services arrange for
yoa to repay' us so that it will not inconvenience you or us: '
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. " vui uiqjuKuiuw vi uqc sysiem wmcn are someumea
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