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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH G, 1909.
To Stop Maysville Saloon. The
Civic federation, through its' attorney
H. B. Betty, has started injunction
against Peter Wamser, proprietor of
the well known tavern at Maysville,
some eight miles from the city. Mr.
Wamser is charged with a violation o
the provisions of the mulct law in th
operation of his tavern. The hearing
has been set for the same time the 11
other cases will be heard, this being
mttitu 9 ai iv a. m. rteing in pruiuui
tion territory, an Injunction against
Mr. Wamser, if granted by the court,
will permanently put him out of the
saloon business in Maysville.
To Close a Resort. Attorney II. B.
Betty has filed injunction proceedings
against Tira Moorhead who conducts
a sporting resort on West Front street
opposite the Milwaukee freight depot,
also John Shick, owner of the prop
erty. She is charged with selling in
toxicating liquors contrary to law. It
is also claimed that Tira has beon
conducting a very naughty dance ar.
her place, one which would make
Gertrude Hoffman in her celebrated
Salome look like a novice. It is also
claimed that Tira has been doing a
TIT Q r"l I n Klialnaca frt ' mnn ms-tn Vu
past and that her place has been pat
ronized exclusively by the white popu
lation of the city. Tira is a lady :t
color but advertises her place as being
the home of the "Creole Belles.''
Speeded Motorcycle. William Kes
nick was trying to make the tele
graph poles appear as numerous as
fence pickets while riding through the
west end on his motorcycle Thursday
afternoon. Officer Meyer arrested him
and he was assessed $1 and costs In
police court for violating the speed or
dinance. Big Time for Firemen. It is aimed
to make the forthcoming tournament
of the Iowa at ? Fireman's asooi t
tion in Divnroi V.? b?-r--t i.i th
history or th ornni7:ntir.n. August
3, 4, 5 and 6 are the dates fixed upon
by the fire committre of the city com
ell, on recommendation of John Stol
tenberg, chief of the local department.
The executive committee of the asso
ciation left the selection of the week
in which to have the meeting to the
Davenport department, and it is not Marchant, who has hired to Mrs. Mar
' believed that any objection will oe J kee's father for this season.
made to the dates named. ( The first i day with her sister Miss Clara Sell
dav will he devoted to a receDtion to.nier. t
the visiting firemen and" the big par- Homer Parmer had business last
ade. The three remaining days there ween in Missouri.
will be races and drills at the mile George Passmore moved to his new
track where all' the purse events are i home Saturday,
to take place. There are to be sep
arate contests for the paid and volun
teer departments. The purses will ag
gregate about $2,000. This money is
to be raised by the local committee
having in charge the arrangements for
the tournament. '
Will Sell an Elk. The big elk
known as No. 2 has been sold and
will soon disappear from his haunts
at Fejervary park. With too many
elks at the park there is always
trouble and this one has been parti
cularly restive of late. Park Superin
tendent Emil Boehm has sold the
proud beast to Ernst Wenzel and Paul
Berndt. He will give up the ghost
next week and will be converted into
Obituary Record. Yesterday occur
red the death of Miss Dorothea Scheel
at her home, 1518 Liberty street. Miss
Scheel was 18 years old, and was born
in Davenport. She had been sick since
last July. She is survived by her
father, John Scheel; her mother, Dor
othea Scheel, and the following broth
ers and sisters: Christian, Edward,
Johnny, Emma, Henry, Herman, Al
fred, Olga, Harry, Agnes and Walter.
Mr.i ana Mrs. j. A. samueison re
turned home from Chicago Monday af
ter a week's visit.
Mrs. John Bedford of Rock Island
visited with friends In Cable and Sher
rard from Friday till Monday.
Miss Lily Pritchard entertained the
Philathea club Monday evening. Miss
Florence O'Mealia was initiated into
the club that evening. The hostess
nerved a fine lunch, and all reported
a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrow, who
rheumatism since going to his place
. Miss Clara Wilson of Newton town
ship visited over Sunday with her
uncle, E. L. Hanson and wife.
Miss Sellmer of Moline visited Fri
C. L. Markee drove to Newton town
ship Sunday, taking with him Freddie
The neighbors of Mrs. Jasper Sell
moved her to her new home In Hills
Miss Florence Hill spent Monday in
Mrs. Wesley Hudson is suffering
with a severe cold and sore throat. j
Grandma Asbdown ia, threatened
with pneumonia. : . I
Frank' Butzer was a passenger Mon
day evening for Rock Island.
John Butzer is visiting this week
with his family in TJrbana, 111.
Ducks are beginning to be plentiful
and the hunters are arriving daily.
' Mrs. Silas Simpson returned Thurs
day evening from Rock Island, where
she had been v.islting her daughter
for a few days.
George Shoemaker visited last week
in Missouri with his mother and sister.
T. C. Donohoo and Mrs. Mary Sell
were in Rock Island Tuesday on busi
ness. Homer Sell is home from Rock Is
land for a few day's stay. He is help
ing his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Sell,
get settled in her new home in Hills.
dale. Mrs. Steve Hill and mother were
called Tuesday to Rock Island by the
serious illness of Mrs. Flora Fender,
who is suffering with heart trouble.
Walter Hill is home from Rock Is
land on sick leave.
Jessie Walker is a business visitor
in Missouri this week.
Frank Quade moved Monday from
his farm to Eric. His boys, Charlie
and George Quade, will run the farm.
Mr. and Mts. Green and baby i.f
Sterling visited Monday ntght at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Kemp
May Have Spokane Branch. A deal
is under way through which the
Deere interests expect to acquire i
valuable piece of realty In Spokane,
Wash., and probablities are ' that a
branch house to be known as the John
Deere Plow company of Spokane will
be erected the coming summer. Plans
for the proposed building have been
drafted by Oscar A. Eckerman, archi
tect for the company, and he expects
to leave scon for the coast to super
vise construction of the building. The
Deere people have no house In Wash
ington state at the present time, this
immense territory now being supplied
from the John Deere Plow company
of Portland. -
To issue Bonds. The annual meet
ing of the directors ' of the United
Light and Power company of East Mo
line and .Silvls was held Thursday
afterno'on. . Last, year's officers were
re-elected: President and treasurer,
Edmund Burke, Springfield; vice pres
ident, Dave Downing, Joliet; secretary
and general manager, W. H. Dowun-
Ing, Silvia.- The directors decided to
float a $10,000 bond issue fhe first
mortgage bond executed by the com
pany and the only indebtedness incur-
Miss Mary Lee was a Rock Island
Quite a number of ladies from here
attended a surprise party at the home
of Mrs. Otis Reaber near Aledo Tues
Miss Nelle Cooper is nicely recover
ing from quite a severe illness.
Mrs. C. P. Halstead and daughter
Miss Mary, went to Rock Island Sat
.! vJRT Villi '
9 mm wjf
Dr. Sabouraud of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, France,
innoculated a rabbit with human dandruff germs and "In
between five and siix weeks," says the official report of
the Pasteur Institute, "the rabbit was completely de
nuded, in fact it had become entirely bald."
. This experiment proves that dandruff is a contagious'
disease due to the presence of a microbic growth in the
sebaceous glands of the scalp. It also proves that unless
the formation of dandruff is stopped by destroying the
dandruff germ that it will lead to falling hair and incur
Is the Original remedy that kills the dandruff germ,
and its success in the treatment of dandruff, itching
scalp and falling hair is oft times little short of marve
lous, tt stops itching of the scalp almost instantly.
Send 10 centm la stamp to The Herplclde Company, Dept. 9,
Detroit, Mli-h for aample and booklet.
Two ateea. BO cent and IU.OO. At Drag Stores.
When 70a call for Herplride, do not aeeept a aabstUate.
Applications at Fromlaent Barber Shops. .
T. H. Thomas Drug Store, Special Agent
W DH ,
UD 1R(MD, J
A Little Care Will Save Many F.cck
Island Readers Future Trouble.
Watch the kidney secretions.
Rm that thpv have the umber hue
red, notwithstanding the large invest- 0f health;
The discharges not excessive or in-
Ministers to Meet Here. The Min
isterial association of the Rock Island
district of the Methodist Episcopal
church will hold a meeting in the
Second M. E. church in Moline Mon
day, and Tuesday, April 2 and 27.
Sessions will be held Monday evening,
Tuesday and Tuesday evening.
To Occupy New Church. Thursday
evening the men of the congregation
of the First Christian church met -it
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, Davenpbrt, Iowa, says: "I suf
fered with disorderly kidneys for some
time. The most annoying sympton
vas the Irregularity of the kidney se
cretions, which were- too frequent in
the little building at the corner of passage. I was unable to control them.
Nineteenth avenue and Fifteenth street I and this caused me much annoyance
where the church has been holding at night, breaking up my sleep.
services for. three years and moved
the-chairs and other furniture to the
basementrof the new church building
on the corner of Sixteenth street and
Eghteenth-and-a-half avenue, whicli
will be opened tomorrow. The new
building is one of the neatest and
most up-to-date little churches in the
three cities, it is oblong in plan and
is' 36x52 feet in outside dimensions. It
has a basement nicely-fitted, with aud
ience room ot Sunday, school and
social, puxposesl and ihree rooms to. be Lma -rniar and. kff.rrtinu'n
used ; BS:itcheot.;.;: The audience . .. tft Bh ' t month! was com
room upstairs oe comp.eiea in 1 pIetely cur.d; t ca highly recommend
two to thrqe; weeKs, ana the ouiiain;; Kidnev -Pills as beiner all
will be dedicated probably about the they are repreSented, a safe and sure
nrst bunaay in jvprii. 11 - win d r.. nil forma of kirlnpv disease.'
suffered with pains across my back
and through my shoulders and Joins.
In the jnorniug when I arose, I would
be completely worn out and stiff . in
every limb. These symptons kept
growing more severe and I seemed un
able to get relief although I consulted
prysicians and tried many remedies 1
was advised by a friend to try Doan s
Kidney Pills and procured a box
took them in accordance with direc
tions and in a short time the palus be-
ean to disannear.- the secretions be
equipped with . pews if th present
plans are carried out, and will accom
modate about 240. The pulpit is in th-j
raidde of the east end of thje building.
and.oneltber side tof It has been ar-
Flenty more , proof, like this from
Rock Island people. Call at Harper
Houso Dharinacy and ask what cr.s
tomers. report- . i
For sale by all. dealers. Price B0
ranged 'a dressingi"oom. . The" choir j cents, Foster-Milburn company, Buffa-
will be accommodated
Pastor Wiir Stay. Rev. Floyd U.
! Hardin, who recently resigned as pas-
itor of the First Unitarian church "f
Moline, has decided to continue . in
' charge of the local church until the
end of the church year which is the
last of June. Mr. Hardin presented his
resignation two weeks ago on account
of his health and left the city for re
cuperation. Thursday evening the
church board met Mr. Hardin, who had
returned after his rest. The members
of the board" refused to receive the
resignation to a man and on account
of the unanimity of the board Mr.
Hardin decided to continue at his post
until the end of the year. . ,
urday. Mrs. Halstead returned home
Tuesday, Miss Mary remaining for a
longer visit. -
back of the I lo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. '
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK.
For Sale and Guaranteed by the Following Grocers:
L. KRAMER & SON, S30 Ninth street.
L. C. PFOH, 1400 Third avenue.
E. H. CLEMENT, 326 20th St. :
BOULEVARD GROCERY, 823 20th 8L
A. W. DIED RICH, 305 20th St. ; '
L. W. GIBLER, 1400 7th Ave.
SITTIG & STAHMER, 7th Ave. and 17th 8t.
LANGE o HEITMAN, 2706 7th Ave.
SIEGHARTNER & BOETJE, 930 Third avenue.
SIEGHARTNER & BOETJE Company, 1201 3rd Ave
APPLE BROS.,, Eighth street and Third avenue.
LARSON & LARSON, corner 7th Ave. and 15th St.
J. C. CHAN SKY, 801 Twelfth street
C. . BLADEL, 1101 Twelfth street. ' ,
PETERSON BROS . Ninth street.
J. SILVERMAN, 611 17th St. x V
CHAS. HOLMGREN, 2931 5th Ave. - -
G. S. JOHNSON, Distributor.
i Received Highest Award.
1 ' An article recently appeared attack
ing the genuineness of the award given
Calumet Baking Powder at the World's
Pure Food Exposition, held at the Coli
seum in Chicago in 1907, and lntimat
ing that this high award was obtained
by Illegitimate means. This article
was not a news Jtem, but it positively
was an advertisement in every sense
of the word... Dr. Harvey W. Wiley's
name was used In this article to make
It appear forceful and to create the im
pression upon the minds of the public
that he had condemned Calumet Bak
ing Powder. ; When the World's Pure
Food Exposition of 1907 was organized,
a commission on tests, consisting of
12 most eminent scientists (chemists,
physiologists and physicians), was ap
pointed, which had ; entire control of
me granting 01 awaras.
This commission on tests directed
the chemists as to the nature and ex
tent of the tests to be applied in the
case of each particular product. The
reports made by the chemists were the
basis of facta upon which the commis
sion granted the awards. Every possi
ble safeguard was placed about the
granting of awards, to prevent crook
edness. - Under these circumstances
the Calumet Baking Powder company
feels justly proud of having received
the highest award for Calumet Baking
Powder. . - .. ".,' : , - . -
Central Trust 8
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
II. K. CASTEEL, Prra. 1W. S.
UKACi V, V. rrra. M. U. SIMMON,
, LOOK OUT FOR YOURSELF.
Don't let others get every cent of
your hard earned money. You owe
It to yourxelf to retain part of your
Income, and if you do not you are
working for the benefit of other peo
ple and not lor yourself. The peo
ple to whom you have so good natur
dly handed over your money will
not help you in a crisis. Make up
your mind to start a savings account
now at our bank and have some
thing: you can lay your hands on iu
time of need.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
-.True bravery Is shown by perform
ing without witness. what one might
t capable of doing before all the
world. La Rochefoucauld.
Is the best etrlp. No friction.
All work Installed by expert me
chanics. Ask to see it.
W. GEORGE HEIDER,
Phone east 1012-K. Moline.
17 Cents a Day
BUYS AN OLIVER
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writing is the next great step inhuman progress.
Already In all lines of business and in all professions
the use of pen and. ink is largely restricted to the writ
ing of signatures. ; .
Business Colleges and High Schools, watchful of the
trend of public sentiment, are training a vast army of
young people in the use of Oliver Typewriters. The prompt .
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the world-wide demand for universal
Typewriting, gives tremendous Impe
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The Oliver, with the largest sale of
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. in bringing about the universal use of
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School boys and school girls can buy Olivers by saving
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The Oliver Typewriter -Building, : Chicago, III.
far Ft n) nam, Opin
YOU will have plenty of time to
' use one of our Zanesville Filters
and get your money 's worth before
the new filter plant is in operation.
They are inexpensive and do
the' business. Call' and see them. '
Aleh. Mvers & Company
, Opposite Harper House.