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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1909.
NEWS OF THE MEIGHMRS
Says He's From Davenport A man
giving his name as William Wood, -15
years of age, and claiming Davenport
as his home, was caught in the act of
burglarizing the McGuire hhoe store
uere ai tori uoage Thursday night.
He had a dozen pairs of shoes valued
at $4G in a sack, when arrested. He
waived preliminary 1 hearing on &
charge of larceny from a building at
night, and was held to the grand jury
In bonds of $1,000. He is apparently
a professional yeggman.
Cavanaugh Gets Little. After two
years of relentless chasing over the
country in pursuit of the Mabray gang
of swindlers, resulting in their final
capture at Little Rock, J. E. Cava
naugh of this city will recover less
than $500 of the original $37,000 he
lost through his transactions with the
Change in Water Company. Th
executive board of the Davenport
Water company has appointed C. R.
Henderson, formerly of Quincy, 111.,
as business manager of the company.
This appointment has been made with
a view of relieving Mr. Hooper on ac
count of his age and long service, from
many business details connected with
his duties. Mr. Henderson has had
wide experience in waterworks affairs
and the executive board believes he
will give general satisfaction to the
MrJoseph H. Conlan, 487 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"I surfered from catarrh which completely destroyed my appetite and
weakened my entire system.
"I am now cured and cheerful in spirits, all through the agency of Peru
na, which has enred me effectually and restored my appetite.
"My only regret is that I did not use Peruna sooner and I would have
avoided all my previous suffering and
Torpid Liver, Stomach Trouble.
Mr. James O'Byrne, 626 Madison St.,
Topeka, Kas., conductor Sante Fe Rail
way and member Order of Railway Con
dnctors, writes :
'I suffered with a torpid liver and
stomach trouble, which made my com
plexion very sallow, and I felt misera
ble and tired all the time.
"An aunt wrote me that she was tak
ing Peruna with nuch good results that
she advised me to try it, and I finally
bought a bottle, although I disliked to
take patent medicines.
'However, 1 found Peruna very agree
able to take, and effective, as I felt bet
ter in a week. took only five bottles
' in rll and I fonnd that was all I needed.
"I am most grateful to you for what
your medicine has done for me."
Dysentery tntlrely Relieved.
Mr. W. N. Casey, Leamington, III.,
"In two weeks after beginning your
treatment I was well. I used nine hot-
Sometime, somewhere, someone "may"
originate a plan equal to our
Money Loaning System
NEVER, ANYONE, ANYWHERE will
originate a better one.
"Keep this in mind and see us for money.'.
MUTUAL LOAN CO
People's National Bank Bulldlns; Room 411. Old Phone West 122;
New 6109.. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
public. Mr. Hooper will continue as
superintendent and vice president.
Obituary Record.--Yesterday occur
red the death of one of Davenport'3
; oldest residents, Mrs. C. K. N. Bauer,,
,who was 95 years, of age. ' Mrs. Bauar"
was born in Germany, but had lived In
; Davenport for 42 years, 15 of which
1 she spent at the Cook Home for the
Friendless. She Is survived by one
grandson, who lives in St. Paul, and
ja sister, Mrs. Boldt of Walcott, be
j sides a number of nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Bridget Coen, widow of the
: late Patrick J. Coen, died yesterday
at her home, 1209 Gaines street, of the
infirmities of age. She was aged 84
years. "Mrs. Coen was bora in Irelan l,
her marriage taking place there in
1854. She and her husband came to
America, first settling in Ohio, where
they resided for about 15 years. They
then moved further west, locating on
a farm just north of the city of Dav
enport. After five years there they
j moved to Davenport, and this city con-
jtinued to be their home until thy
passed away. The survivors are the
following children: J. W. and M. O.
Coen, Afton, Iowa; M. J. Coen, Butte,
Mont.; Charles E. Coen, Davenport;
Mrs. Michael Flannely, Corinth, .Ky.;
' Mrs. S. J. Sullivan. Afton, Iowa, and
Miss Mary Coen at home. Charlas
' Mulvihill, Moline, is a brother of the
! Mrs. Elizabeth Turner died at the
home on the Green Tree road last
evening. Complications was the cau.v?
of her death. Mrs. Turner was a na
tive of Norway, having been born in
PERUNA rarely fails to restore the
appetite. Immediately upon begin
ning the use of Peruna patients begin
to eat and digest. This is the universal
testimony, coming from all parts of the
Catarrh is a very frequent cause of
loss of appetite and disturbed digestion.
The beneficial influence of "Peruna on
catarrh completely restores the appe
tite in such cases.
To prod the digestive organs with
medicines that are merely stimulants is
a poor way to remedy such cases.
" am now cured and cheer
ful in spirits, all through the
agency of Peruna, -which has
cured me effectually and restored
"My only regret is that I did
not use Peruna sooner and 1
would have avoided all my Pre
vious suffering and misery."
Mr. Joseph If. Con lan.
ties of Pernna. My case waa bowel
trouble or dysentery.
"I also tried Peruna for a cough, ac
cording todirections.and it exceeds any
cough syrup I ever used.
' j wish every one afflicted would giro
Peruna a trial."
Pc-ru-na as a Tonic.
Capt. R. B. Smith, Greensboro, Gs.,
"After using several bottles of Fern
na I can recommend it as one of the best
catarrh medicines on the market. As a
tonic it has no equal.
"Peruna is all that is claimed foi it."
Catarrh of Stomach.
Mr. Henry Neely, First Lieutenant,
Co. "F," 86th Regiment, O. V. I., Box
623, Trenton, Mo., writes: . "1 suffered
for years with catarrh of the stomach.
Seeing an advertisement of Peruna, I
bought a bottle and every dose made ms
feel better. Seven bottles completely
that country Oct. 5, 1872. She has
made her home in this country four
' years. Surviving besides the bereaved
husband. S. A. Turner, are three
brothers and one sister, O. T. Swan-
son, Jacob swanson, ana Knuie swan
son and Mies Bertha, all of Daven
ti,o T.ariic Aid Rnrietv will meet
with Mrs. G. Sydnor Friday afternoon. 1
Mrs. Clara Cropper and Miss Nealy,
Walker spent Sunday afternoon with
Miss Mable Boulton of Davenport. I
The W. M. B. society will meet FrI-!
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. p..
Th mnciooi ontortoinmont ?ivn at
the Presbyterian church Monday eve
ning by the Lake Forest Glee club
was well attended and greatly enjoyed
by everyone present.
Mrs. Lewis of Rock. Island visited
with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Mc
Michael, Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Pluma Boulton has accepted a
position as stenographer with the Trl
City Manufacturing company of Rock
Mrs. Lizzie Brockman of Rock Is
land spent Wednesday afternoon with
her sister, Mrs. Frank White.
Mrs. Frank White was pleasantly
surprised by a few of her friends Wed
nesday evening, the occasion being her
Mr. and Mrs. John Volk returned
home Friday from their southern trip.
Mrs. Joshua F. Gaunt of West Lib
erty, Iowa, is visiting friends in this
R. P. Wait left for Gibson, Iowa,
Friday evening, returning Tuesday
Mrs. C. C. McCown returned last
Wednesday from Macomb. Her sister.
Miss Violet Doney and friends. Misses
Hazel Woodruff and Virgie Quina,
came with her for a week's visit ia
The funeral of Robert Galager, who
died Friday morning at his home west
of town, was .held Saturday.
Frank Shearman, a student at
Northwestern university, Evanston,
was in Reynolds Monday.
Secretary Burnett of the Rock Is
land Y. M. C. A., spoke morning and
evening at the Methodist church h,Ti
G. A. Shallberg of Moline was in
Misses Grace and Catherine Farwell
returned to Conrad. Iowa, Saturday
evening after spending a week's vaca
tion at home.
Jacob Ziegler of Rock Island spent
Friday and Saturday here.
Mrs. Martha Cozad has been ill.
Mrs. Eva Maddox of Galva is visit
ing her brother, G. Haskell.
Jonathan Gaunt is confined to his
room with heart trouble.
John Lester Clarke, principal of the
school at Silvis, spent Saturday here.
Miss Iva Johnson entertained the
members of the "Modern Priscilla"
club Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Higgins and
daughter, Guyda of Atkinson, came
Friday night for a visit with Mrs.
Higgins' mother, Mrs. Eliza EkStrom.
Mrs. Lois Carpenter of Edgington
spent Friday and Saturday with her
mother, Mrs. Emily Marston.
J. R. Snider and Foster Armstrong
of Preemption spent Saturday here.
C. B. Larkey, a prominent horse
dealer from Wyoming, Iowa, attended
Fred M. Carpenter's sale here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Clark of
Sherrard spent a couple of days last
week with Mrs. Clark's aunts, the
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Bopes of Aber
deen, S. D., were in Reynolds Friday.
Miss Daisy Wait and Miss Mame
Moore were in Rock Island Friday.
Pluma Haefele, who is attending the
normal school at DeKalk, is spending
the Easter vacation at home.
M. Galloway, a student at Rush Med
ical college, left Monday morning af
tey a week's vacation spent with his
aunts, Mesdames W. G. Davis and W.
G. Haefele. ,
M. Plunkett of Viola attended the
horse sale here Friday.
Marguerite Davis, Ruth Haefele and
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Bad Taste in
Appetite Bad, f
A general feeling of being tired and
worn out unfit for business or the
duties .or pleasures of life.
Is that the Way You Feet t
If it is, yon should know that the
famous tonio laxative,
(called also Lane's Tea)
will give that perfect internal clean
liness and wholesomeness which pro
daces health and the feeling of com
fort that makes life en joyable.
All druggists sell it ia 25o. and
, 50c packages.
Says $60 is Missing. Ernest McRa,
aged 22 years and married, has been
arrested on a-charge of embezzlement
brought by Otto Boettcher, the bluff
baker. McRae drove a bakery wagon
for Boettcher and gave up his position
a snort wniie ago. &ince mat timo
Boettcher asserts ha has found McRae
short in his accounts about $60. The
case was aired before Police Magis-
trate Gustafson and a continuance was
granted till April 7. The young man
denies the charge. He furnished bonds
Im ine sum ot iW lo nsure n,s :
pearance at tne nearing.
Injury is Peculiar. Dr. C. A. .Peter
son was called to dress an injury yes
terday which had been iaflicted in a
peculiar manner. The victim of the
accident was Frank O. Anderson of
1711 Twenty-eighth avenue. He was
assisting in operating a coal chute in
the vicinity of his home when a heavy
lump of coal fell down and forced his
hand into the opening device for the
chute, which laid open the flesh to the
Jone for a distance of 11 Inches, run
ning up his arm from his knuckles and
over his wrist.
Pastor is Here. Rev. Frank Ander
son has come to take charge of Ply
mouth Congregational church in East
Moline and Union Congregation.il
church at Ridgevicw. He has been
called jointly by the two congregations
but it is expected that he will make
his home in East Moline.
Putting Up Building. The Moling
Plow company is erecting a new build
ing at 1G03 Second avenue, which will
be occupied by the Reid company, now
located at 15(M Third avenue. The
building will be 1C5 feet long and 20
feet wide, one story in heighth and
one-third of the roof will be of ribbail
glass for convenience in lighting. This
will be the main sheet metal works cf
Baxter Again in Charge. Clinton J
Baxter has received the contract from
the Tri-City Railway & Light company
for the concessions on Campbell's is
land. He announces that he will op on
tne season mere on tne Sunday pre
ceding Decoration day. Mr. Baxter
had charge of the concession on the
island last year. General Manager S.
H. Huntoon states that a number cf
Improvements will be made on the 's
land and that approximately $5,000 will
Obituary- Record. Mrs. Christine
Klingberg. who has been living with
her son. Axel Klingberg, at 411 Fourth
avenue, died Thursday evening. Death
was due to infirmities of age. She
was born in Sweden May 7. 1830, and
she came to America in 1888, coming
direct to Moline, where she has lived
since. Her husband preceded her xo
the grave five years ago. She leaved
o mourn three sons and one
daughter, who are Charles, Frank ani
Axel Klingberg of Moline, and Mrs
Frank Johnson of Port Byron.
Mr. and Mrs. Fuhrmann, who have
resided on Fifteenth street, have pur
chased the residence recently built
by Charles Swanson on the Eighth
street hill. Mr. Fuhrmann is an engi
neer on the C. R. I. & P. railroad.
Miss Katy Phelps is rapidly recover
ing from- a painful sprain which she
received last winter.
Mrs. E. E. Sincox of Sherrard visited
her brother, Dick Bell, Sunday. -
Elmer Peterson has been quite sick
having taken a severe cold following
his recent attack of pneumonia.
Thursday afternoon a number of the
members of St Elizabeth's sodality
gathered at the home of Mrs. Emil
Stryttmeier on Eleventh street, as
sort of a farewell to Mrs. G. Popely,
a member who will leave to make her
home in Chicago. The ladies present
ed Mrs. Popely with a handsome vase
Mrs. James Shauum and son, Frank
were in" LeClaire, Iowa, Thursday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Shauum's
Dr: E. A. Walsh and son, Edward
of Springfield spent Monday at the
home of Richard Walsh.
Mrs. Olsen and daughter of Esthe
vlllp tv tin hnvo hppn visiting' at tho
home of Conrad Nelson, departed for
home Monday evening.
I James Phelps returned Saturday
from a short visit in LiSalle.
William Walsh entertained 12 bach
elor friends Monday evening. A four
course dinner was served. The guests
were entertained with music by Wil
liam Walsh and sister. Miss Marie.
Miss Edna 'Pool returned Tuesday
from' a visit in Swedona, 111.
- Mrs. Jessie Goben Is 111 at the home
of Eli Corbin on Thirteenth street.
Mr. and Mlrs. Gilbert Moreset. who
were recently married, are staying nt
the Rohr home. . In May they will ko
to Canada for a visit with Mrs. More
set's parents, after which they will he
at home to their friends in East Mo
line. Pat Currans and family are moving
to Melrose, Iowa. .
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Teeter of Dav
enport visited with Mrs. Charles
Myers Monday. V
Mr. and. Mrs. E. D. Kessler of Wal
nut and 'Mrs. Phil Kessler of Chicago
Color of Primary Ballots.
I, Henry B. Hubbard, County Clerk of the
County of Rock Island and State of Illinois, in
pursuance to Section Thirty-five (35) of a Law
relating to Primary Elections, hereby announce
that the color of the Primary Ballots of the re
spective parties to be voted at a Primary Election
to be held in said County of Rock Island on the
13th day of April A. D. 1909, will be as follows:
arrived Wednesday for a visit at the
home of Mr. Kessler's daughter, Mrs.
C. E. Williams.
The Ladies union will serve the
Ross dinner next Wednesday.
Mrs. Eberhart, who has been caring
for Mrs. Minier. was called to Rey
nolds Friday owing to the illness nf
Dr. and Mrs. Sensebaugh of Pingree
Grove arrived Monday for a short, visit
with home folks.
Mrs. Hernian Bloom is visiting i.i
Miss Esther Johnson spent Sunday
in Cable visiting her parents.
Mrs. Scott Evans will leave Sunday
Fast Being Realized by Rock Island
A little backache at first
Daily increasing till the back is lame
Urinary disorders quickly follow.
Diabetes and finally Bright's disease.
This Is the downward course of kid
Don't take this course,
James Grimes, 1728 Third avenue,
Moline, III., says "I suffered from kid
ney disease and its kindred ailments
for years. The most severe symplons
were pains across my loins and con
tlnual backache. I could not stoop or
lift anything without enduring sL rp
shooting pains through my back and
shoulders. The secretions of the kid
neys were very irregular, causing me
much annoyance, particularly at night
when I would have to get up many
times. I tried many remedies but was
unable to get any relief until I heard
of Doan's- Kidney Pills. I immediately
procured a box and after taking them
In accordance with the directions the
pains began to leave me, the secre
tions became regular, and In a very
short time I was completely cured. I
can conscientiously say that I owe my
present good health to Doan's Kidney
Pills, and am glad to recommend them
to anyone suffering from any form of
Plenty more proof like this' front
Rock Island people. Call at Harper
House pharmacy and as what custo
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c
Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. ' s
Central Trust &
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
II. IS. CASTEEt, Irc I M. A.
HKAflY, V. Prv.t H. U. SIMMON,
MAKE YOUk muEY WORK
You worked for your money. A
savings account at our hank keppa
your money always working. No
money comes easier than Interest
money once you have 'made a start.
It does not require a larpe amount
to begin with, and there is no vaca
tion period. It keps right on work
ing for you;' nights. Sundays, holi
lays. Better begin now. Make a
deposit of whatever you can spare,
add to it whenever possible, and In
time your success is assured. Do
It now. . j
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
UOf 1 fae Never
for Whitehall, where she will visit for
a couple of months.
Bessie Salzman is working in Sack-
velles coal office.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Aldrich spent
Sunday in Geneseo.
Rev. Mr. .Anderson, who has ac
cepted a call here to the Plymouth and
To the Voters of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Illinois:
There has been and is now being, quite -generally
mailed and published, throughout this circuit, a circular
letter, signed by William Jackson and five other persons
who have styled themselves "Executive Committee," and
which has created the mistaken impression that the Bar of
Rock Island County has, in some official manner, en
dorsed the candidacy of Judge William H. Gest, thereby
expressing their common disapproval of all other candi
dates for the same office.
The Bar Association of Rock Island County has no
such "Executive Committee," and has authorized no such
It should be known that the Bar Association of Rock
Island County consists of over forty active lawyers, and
that the undersigned, members of that organization, with
out regard to party affiliation, feel that, irrespective of the
merits of any of the several candidates from Rock Island
County and of their respective claims to the support of
the people of the circuit, the unwarranted action of this
pretended "Executive Committee," numbering only six,
should not be taken by the public as an expression of this
G. 0. DIETZ ,
A. B. JOHNSON
H. R. WILLIAMS
WALTER G. BAKER
HARRY M. SCHRIVER
HUGH E. CURTIS
M. J. McENIRY
BENJ. F. SCHRIVER "
N. A. LARSON
HARRY M McCASKRIN
A. H. KOHLER
Ridgeview Congregational churches,
arrived Saturday and preached Sunday
evening at the Plymouth church.
Charles Myers has moved his cement
block machine from the Case . base
ment to a lot on Third avenue, where
he has erected sheds and will there
conduct the business.
Gest Mot Endorsed
the Rock Island
GEO. W. WOOD
CYRUS E. DIETZ
WM. L LUDOLPH
W. S. McCLURG
PHILIP H. WELLS
BENJAMIN S. BELL
JOHN H. HAUBERG
PETER R. INGELSON
E. H. GUYER
Don't Cry and Growl
GET 'EM FIXED.
IT DONT HURT A IT."
DENTIST, DOES IT."
" " - N
1711 Second at, London Bulltlng.