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THE AXTGUS, MONDAY. MARCH 22, 1909.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Sues His Father. Erich lierndt,
through Attorney Ira A. Tabor, has
enierea suu against nis intner. ram ma(ie Dy c. E, Cline.
Berndt, claiming the sum of $2G5.(i5 j o
and interest. For cause the plaintiff! wife Gets Alimony. Attorney E. M.
states that prior to November, lSOS1 representing Blanche -Meier-he
wa employed in Chicago at a goo;li , , , , .
salary ana at the solicitauon and re- j Reuter-Mengel. has forwarded to
Quest of his father he moved hi! fam-. Blanche at Louisville, Ky., tidings of
lly'and furniture to Davenport for the
purpose of entering the employ of his decision rendered Tiaay Dy me su
father. He now alleges that after b preme court. Mjs. Mengel is now on
Ing in the employ of the defendant for the stage and has been playing at Cin
three months, he was unceremoniously ' cinnati and Louisville. The affirmi
discharged without cause or excuse : tion of Judge House's decision by the
and that the defendant now neglects ! supreme court, means that Mrs. Mon
and refuses to pay for the services he 1 gel is entitled to alimony at the rate
has rendered and the expenses of ro-'of ?5fl a month, which was allowed her
moving to Davenport .and his return by Judge Bollinger. Mr. Mengel, it
to Chicago, all of which he promisou , will be remembered, refused to pay
Have Public Marriage. The public
marriage ball at Armory hail Saturday
night, given by the arsenal boys, at
tracted a. large gathering f merry
makers. The fortunate bridal coupie
TRAGIC IS END
OF YOUNG GIRL
lllnrm of Six Month From Tot, on
to ' 17-Yi-nr-Olil Sophie Yulktmilx, a
Popular linznr I'avorllc.
Oii of I 'tost- sail stories of tnijrii
deaths similar to many that seem to
romi' all loo oiun unoutii nt'siici 01 i
In-) ..I' fi rnti-tii t iii ri lit" fi.t lifer, is re- i
vi-al'il in flu- follo-vvinir ite.r.i ivtMialu-il
in trie IVtroit 1 Lilly Ni-ws. whii-li wi'li
prove Inleresl inf.' in a stil way 10 many
Koek Islam! people:
"Sophie Valkowitz. a popular em
ploye at I!eyit'.- b.-'zar. ;Ili-l ye;!ter-
I n v mornintr at the home of her
father. Joseph Valkowitz. ::;r. Ilast
iaK:t street, after nix nioutlis ill
ness of eonjrextion of Ihf ltinffs. She
wan 17 years of nw, anj liesiiles
her parents is sui-vivil ly four sis
ters ami a brother."
liearinrr on this at- tiie st:tH,ro'iit is
made emphatiealiy iy r. 1 la ka nssoii.
JP&Uw'fatt&Z&l Saturday evening when Mrs.
Swedish c, is.- very. Sa lubrii:. if taken in j Elizabeth Bartemeyer pas3ed away at
time in all eases of ronehial an.l i uns ; her home, 1-122 Harrison street. M.-s.
trouble will nave immediate rftevt. ' ' . - .
Ths maiveion. mm-poisonous antiseptie Bartemeyer was bora Jan. 13, 1S42, in
preparation possesses extraordinary i Fort Wayne. Ir.d. She was the daugh
properties as a remedy for all c(iu;;hs. I , ... . tr .
colds and fevers, n is very powerful 11t of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mermann
for weak luns, and catarrh of the nose,
tin Oil t and stomach.
FKEB SAI.rilRIN COfl'ON.
If you huve not Used Salubrin
before and will till out the blank
lines below with your name arid
address, cut out coupon and take
it to any lcudiiiK UniK store in
the city, you will be Riven abso
lutely free u trial bottle of Salu
brin as lone as they last. You
will be thankful as lnK as you
live that you did it. Coupon must
be presented March 7 only.
WALL PAPER CLEANING
$1.00 per room, all mIepn.
HI-LO CLEANING COMPANY
, llol Third Avenue.
Old phone 243. new 5J59.
"Heartburn," sour stomach, bclcliings
of gas and acrid, bitter fluid all are
indications of indigestion. And indi
gestion is pretty sure to be dyspepsia
if neglected. Then dyspepsia leads to
very dangerous diseases. There are so
many things which bring on indiges
tion such as rich, greasy foods, eating
without properly chewing the food,
overloading one's stomach, eating when
exhausted, going to lied too sonn after
eating, etc. Most any of these will bring
on .indigestion and then Kodof" is re
quired to restore the btomach to good
1 13 fl
Call, write or phone we'll call.
"MUTUAL LOAN CO
People's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone West 122;
New 5109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
proved to be Charles A. Bracker and
Emma Schroeder. They were united
in marriage by Mayor George W.
Scott The attendants were Paul
Klunder and Amelia Schroeder. Mavor
Scott was presented a large American
flajg by the club, the presentation being'
.the good, news that awaits her in the'
this alimony. Attorney Sharon there
upon secured judgment in the sum of
550:, the amount of the alimony which
had accumulated since Judge Bollin
ger's order issued on April 1, 1907. To
collect this judgment the sale of Mr.
Mongol's property was ordered by the
court. Mr. Mengel through his attor
neys, thereupon applied to Judge
House for a restraining order prevent
ing the sheriff from selling Mr. Men
gel's property. Judge- House refused
to interfere with the decision of Judc
Bollinger, whereupon an appeal was
taken to the supreme court. The su
premo court now affirms a restraining
Obituary Record. Frederich Wil
helm died Saturday noon at the age
years. Docoass.l was born in
Germany April 10. 1S:2. lie came o
America in 1SSS and has lived here
ever since that time. He was a sloe;
buyer until he was compelled to d?
eist from his work about two weeks
t!go. He is survived by three sons,
Wilfcelm, John and Hugo and twt
daughters, Mrs. Wilhelmina Koch and
Mrs. Bertha Pochinski.
The death of one of Davenport's
best known and most respectsd women
of that City. Nov. 27, 18CS. she WIS
married in Davenport to F. IL Bartr
meyer and since that time she has
made this city her home. Mrs. Barte
meyer is survived by her husband. F.
H. Bartemeyer. who is prominent
among Davenport business men and is
president of the Union Savings' bank,
by two sons. Herman H. Bartemeyer
and Fred F. Bartemeyer, and thr.se
daughters. Mrs. T. F. Layden, and tl:o
Misses Kathryn and Mae.
Advertised List No. 12.
Following is the list ot unclaimed
i letters at the Rock Island postomca
for week ending March 20, 1900: K.
W. Ayrheart. Ed Ayrhart, P. N. Beh
rens, Mrs. William J. Brown, Miss
i Marie Dreher, Mrs. Louis Ewing,"
i Charley Erkle, John H. Evans & Co.,
j Miss Dora Fagin, Miss Ethel Fleck
sher, Lillian Hall. Miss Jessy McLain,
' Emma 'Mortell, Miss Miarion Neril'.r.
,Miss Marge O'Connor, Mrs. Carrie Pal
mer, Emma Paterson, Mrs. M. C.
health again. Kodol corrects the effects
of wrong eating, by digesting, for a
time, all the food in your stomach, so
that your stomach can get well. Sup
pose you give Kodol a trial when you
need it, and see what it will do for you.
Read our guarantee. .
Out Oh t Gpt a dollar bot-
you are not benefited the druggist -will
at once return your money. Don't hesi
tate: any drugplst will sell you Kodol on
these terrrs. The dollar bottle contains
2 times as much ns tho 50c bottle.'
Kodol is prepared in the laboratories of
E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.
Pierce. Olara L. Richards, Rock Island
Tricycle company, W. H. Schultz, Jen
nie Schroder, John Spaeth. Mrs. James
Solnor, E. i. Scott, Albert Sinfield,
Alberta Traves, Rudolph Verlin, Miss
Minnie Weiricfc. Earl E. "Weber.
Foreign: F. Backstran. Miss Jose-
HUGH A. J.
Chicago. March 22. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
May. 114, 115'4. 114 115.
Julv, 102, 102, 101, 102.
September, 90, 96, 96. 96.
May, 65, 66'4, 65, 66.
July, 61, 65. 64, 65ii. '
September, 65 65, 64, 65.
May, 53. 54, 53, 54.
July, 47. 48. 47. 48.
, September, 40, 40, 39, 40.
May, 17.50, 17.65. 17.50, 17.65.
July, 17.57, 17.67. 17.50, 17.67.
May. 10.10, 10.20. 10.07, 10.17.
July, 10.22, 10.30, 10.22. 10.30.
September, . 10.42, 10.32. 100.42.
May, 9-.S5, 9.37. 9.30. 9.37.
July, 9.52. 9.52. 9.45, 9.52.
September, 9.62. 9.67, 9.57, 9.67.
i Receipts today wheat 64, con;
247. oats 116, hogs 42,000, cattle
15,000. sheep 15,000.
Hog market opened 5c i:gner.
Hogs left over 2.700. Light r,40(Tv
680. Mixed and butchers 650$? 60.
Good heavy 655 695. Rough neavy
Cattle market opened 10c higher.
Sheep market opened 10c higher
Omaha Hogs 4,200 cattle 1.X00
Kansas City Hogs 9,000, cattlo
Hog market closed 10c 'higher,
Light 645 0 685. Mixed butchers
655$? 695. Good heavy 660 51)700
Rough heavy 640675.
Cattle market closed 10c and 15c
Sheep market closed strong.
North westem receipts Minneapolis
today 314 last week 265, last year
444. Dnluth, tqday S6, last week 96
last year 31.
Visible supply of grain wheat de
crease 85,000. . Corn decrease 265
000. Oats increase 193,000.
New York Stocka.
New York. March 22. Following
the quotations on the stock market
'Union Pacific 180
IT. S. Steel preferred 110
U. S. Steel common 44
Rock Island preferred 1 , 64
I Rock Island common 23
Southern Pacific 119
,New York Central .' ...126
; Missouri Pacific 69
Great Northern 143
i Northern Pacific 140
L. & N. 130
Smelters 1 86
C. F I, 32
Canadian Pacific' 168
Illinois Central 143
Lead , 77
,C. & O. 70
B. R. T.-. . . 108
St. Paul ....A .135
Copper .. . 70
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
lower, corn lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat to 1 d.
lower, corn lower.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Todays' Quotations on Provisions, Llv
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock . Island, March 22. Following
are the wholesale prices on the local
market today: , .
Provisions and Product.
Eggs Fresh, 19c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, 9c to
10c; springs, 12c pound.
. Butter Dairy, 26c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 75c to 90c.
Grain Corn, 65c to 68 c; oats 50c to
52c; wheat, 90c.
Forage Timothy hay, $10 to $11;
prairie, $10; clover, $8 to $10; straw
Coal Lump, per buBheL 14c; slack.
per bushel, 7c to 8c.
No Use to Die.
"I have found out that there Is no
tise to die of lung trouble as long as I
you can eet rr Klnp' Npb Diacov..
you can get Dr. King's New Discov
ery," says Mrs. J. P. White of Rush
bo ro, Paa "I would not be allre today
only for that wonderful medicine.
loosens up a cougn .quicaer man any
thing else, and cures lung disease even
after the case Is pronounced hopeless.
This most reliable remedy for coughs
and colds, la grippe, asthma, bron
chitis and hoarseness Is sold under
guarantee at all druggists. 50 cents
and 1. Trial bottle tree.
Reserves Elect. Naval Reserves of I
the Moline division have elected Oscar
u fctrcna as ensign, junior grade, thus
completing the full quota of officers.
The election was practically unani
mous. Mr. Strand has been a member I
of the division as ordinary seaman fori
a number of years; he has equipped
himself with the theoretical and prac
tical knowledge of navigation and is I
thoroughly qualified to wear the en
sign s stripes. Out of five members
of the division who made application!
to be named as members of the crewl
to be sent east by the state to bring
the U. S. S. Nashville to Lake Michi
gan to serve as a training ship for the
militia of the state three have been
chosen. They are Clarence North, Earl
Elmstert and Ben Lusty. Lusty will
make the trip as cook arfd Eimstedt
and North will go as seamen. Thel
latter two are high school boys.
i-aying up subscriptions. At a I
meeting of the Tri-Cities and North
western Interurban Railway company
held in the office of Attorney George
W. Wood in this city it was found :n
checking up the subscriptions of tho
various town3 along the proposed line
that with the exception of Hamptoi
every town nas already paid &() pe:
cent of the stock subscribed. The ooin
pand needs 50 per cent of the iota.
siock paid in bull before it can
secure its license from the secretary
of state to begin operations on th-?
construction of the line.
Basketball Player Hurt. Georg
Welch, a member of the high school
basketball squad, collided with a steam
radiator Friday evening at the Manual
Arts building during a practice gam-:
and was slightly injured. A gash Hire?
inches long exposing the skull, was
cut in the top of his head.
Josephson-Swanson. Algret Joseph
son and Miss Alma Swanson. both of
this city, were married at the Swedish
Lutheran parsonage Friday afternoon
at 4 o'clock by Rev. L. A. Johnston.
The couple were attended by Martin
Josephson, brother of the groom, and
.Miss Mary Johnson. The groom r.:
cabinet maker at the 'Moline Furniture
company. The young couple will take
up their residence at ,1305 Forty-
fourth street. Rock sland.
Lage-Jonnson. F. lagc. Jr.. ano
Miss Emma Johnson, both of Moline
were married at the Swedish Lutherar
parsonage Friday evening at 7 o'clock
The couple were unattended. The
groom is a son of Herman F. Lage ot
Moline. and the bride a daughter of
Mrs. Andrew Johnson, 1342 Fourth
avenue, Moline. The groom is em
ployed as a buggy crater.. The young
couple will take up their residence at
136 Fifth avenue, 'Moline.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
John Lundholm to E. Alfred 'Lund-
holm, lots 8, 9, block 2. C. G. Thulin'd
Germs in Her System
Every Woman Should Read This
The number of diseases peculiar
to woman is such that we believe
this space would hardly contain a
mere mention of their names and it
is a fact that most of these diseases
are of a catarrhal nature. A woman
cannot be well if there is a trace of
the catarrhal germs in her system
Some women think there is no
help for them. We positively declare
this to be a mistaken idea. We are
so sure of this that we offer to sup
ply medicine absolutely free of all
cost in every instance where it fails
to give entire satisfaction or does not
substantiate our claims. With this
understanding, no woman should hes
itate to believe our honesty of pur
pose, or hesitate to put our claims
to a test.
There is only one way to cure
catarrh. That way is through the
blood. You may use all the snuffs.
douches or like remedies for years
without getting more than temporary
relief at best. Catarrh is caused by a
germ. That germ is carried by the
blood to the innermost part of . the
System until the mucous membrane
is broken, irritation and inflamnja
Hon produced and a flow of mucous
results, and you. can probably realize
how sijly it is to attempt to cure
such an ailment unless you take a
medicine . that - follows the same
course as the germ or parasite
Rexall Mucu-Tone is scientifically
prepared from the prescription of an
eminent physician who for 30 years
made his specialty catarrh and with
this medicine he averaged 98 per
cent of cures where it was employed.
No other remedy Is so properly de
signed for the ailments of woman.
j It wilj purify and enrich the blood
UCOU8 discharge. destroy all
.germ maixer, remove mi luipui mea
from the system soothe, heal and
atronethen the mucous tissues and:
It)hHt,e about eood feeling of health
'We want you to try Rexall Mucu
Tone -on our guarantee. If you are
not benefited, or for any reason not
satisfied, simply tell ns and we will
hand back your money. Rexall Mucu
Tone comes in , two sizes, 50c and
$1.00. The T. H. Thomas Drug store.)
ddiiion East Moline. $1,S00.
G. Lcander Peterson to Frank W.
haney lot 1. blyck 1. Rosslyn addition
. .1 . t . i . .-
julh Moline township. $.lo0. -
Louis Mo-senfi lder (o Charles E.
lemon, lot. 11. block 3. L. Mosenfeld r
lace. Rock Island. $r,i.
Carl A. Carlson to Shirley D. Folsom.
)t 6. bl:ck 1, lower addition to Rock
sland. S1.8SO. .
Shu ley D. Folsoui to Andrew Sund -
uist and olhers, lot , block 1. lower
lditi n. to Rock island. $1,900.
saraii liuusou to Mien u. uonins
t 4. Schubert & Flue-gel's
'ock Island. $Su().
James W. Morgan to Adam R. Mc
Uirney. west ' lot 4, block 4, Os
orn's first addition Moline. .$1.
Christian Wallace to Fred Adolphle
nd Eliza Adolphie, eaat y lot 2, block
old town, Milan, $4.().
Fred J. Tonn to Alfhild E. Blouer.
ract in sout'.ieast Vi northwest. sec- J
on b-l i lv. 9i';V.
Ann Eliza Carney to Mary Carney,
ast 40 feet lot 5. block 1. Brigg's place
ddiiion .Rock Island. $1.
E. H. Gu"er to Frank A. Whitney,
ot 4, block 171, village East Molin-?.
Ixo Victor to B. D. Connelly, east Vi
ast lot 7, block 2, old town. Rock
Axel Engstrom to G'jst II. Alm
luist, lot IS, block 2. Hunts' second
ddition midway. South Moline. $340.
George W. McMurphy and others to
leinrich G. ; C. ."Bei'.ing, northwest
southwest 'i section lMS-le. $2,320.
Mary-E. McMurphy to Heinrich G.
Central Trust &
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
II. K. CASTKEI.. rr,- M- s
nEAGV, V. Ire.j II. D. SIMMON,
The Gateway to Success
and prosperity is open to everyone.
Have you entered it? or have you
let the opportunity go by with the
hope of catching another one? Be
careful, or the next opportunity will
slip by you also. Don't let another
week go by. Get ready! Begin to
day. Open a savings account at our
bank and enter the gateway tosuc
cess. It's the best and surest way
to attain wealth. -
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
NEOLA FLOUR n
L. KRAMER & SON, 530 Ninth street.
L. C. PFOH, 1400 Third avenue.
E. H. CLEMENT, 326 20th St.
BOULEVARD GROCERY, 823 20th St
A. W. DIEDRICH, 305 20th St.
L. W. GIBLER, 1400 7th Ave. -
SITTIG & STAHMER, 7th Ave. and 17th St
LANGE & HEITMAN. 2706 7th Ave. .
iC. JJoiling, northwest southwest sec-
tioil 10-1 S-le. $1.
I 'M. K- Whitehead and others to Chris-
null Italia, uaoi ' v ii .'I i Ji , u n i.
I . , ,
I It. A. Brown and Lucy E. Brown fo
. Clll.istian Wa,Sf east lot 2, block
U ol( tQwn M;lan ?1
j Car, NL Jonnson to christian Wallis,
lnt . o,. tov.. ,,ilan
1 James w Morgan to A(lam R Mc.
Bllrney t,ast lot 4 Moci 4 osborn s
adduion Molin ?K
; Adnm ft MeHnrnev to Hello S Mor-
alli east , lot 4 ,block 4 Qsborn's
first addition Moline. $1.
Used on ani Sewing; Machine. Shown
in use z Singer Stores. See it TO-DAY, at
310 Twentieth Street.
To Pacific Northwest
These low one-way rates
in effect from March 1
to April SO, inclusive,
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific
The safe road to travel equipped with electric block signals.
All trains provide every comfort and convenience of travel all
trains carry dining cars meals a la carte. For further infor
W. G. NEIMEYEH, 120
Spring Wall Papers
I beg to announce to my patrons and prospective ones that with
my NEW WALL PAPERS I am prepared 10 take care of any of their
wants in the wall paper line. FuU!se of Paints, -Oils, Glass, Brush
es, Mouldings, etc.
New Wall Paper Store. P. J. Lee
1314 Third Avenue.
SATISFACTION OR .MONEY BACK.
For Sale and Guaranteed by the Following Grocers:
SIEGHARTNER & BOETJE, 830 Third avenue.
SIEGHARTNER & BOETJE Company, 1201 3rd Ave
APPLE BROS., Eighth street and Third avenue. .
LARSON 4. LARSON, corner 7th Ave. and 15th St.
J. C. CHANSKY, 801 Twelfth street. i
C. . BLADEL, 1101 Twelfth street.
PETERSON BROS., Ninth street.
J. SILVERMAN, 611 17th St. ' ' ' ,
CHAS. HOLMGREN, 2931 5th Ave. , . 1' Y "
S; JOHNSON, Distributor;
C. W. COLE
1509 Second Avenue.
Successor to Jones.
Dealer in new and second
Goods bought, sold and
Old phone West 478.
Rock Island, HI.
MRS. D. E. SCHOLL
It the place to get a good efcam
poo, facial and ec&lp maetac.
manicuring or chiropody.
A full line of hair goods, nets.
te. Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the homes If ds
ired Opposits Harper ion-.
Old PhoRS 953.
Jackson Blvd., Chicago 111.,