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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. APRIL 10, 1900.
1 NEWS OF THE NEIGHB0M N
Many Turners Go. The Davenport
Tumgemeinde held its monthly meet
ing at the Turner hall Thursday even
ing. It was decided to send two
classes of 24 each to the National turn
fest which will be held at Cincinnati
in June. There will be a class ot
actives and a ladies' class from Dav
L. E. Roddewig in the afternoon. She
pleaded to be permitted to go her own
way; that she was able to support
herself, and that she could no longer
bear to live in the house she had
called home ; that she was inhumane1. y
treated, and had grown weary of slav
ing for a family that was nothing to
her. There are eight children beside
the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Quinn. Mrs. Quinn has been . twice
married. Ella is a child born of the
first union. The girl said she bore no
enport in attendance at the fest. The,""" "
legaiu uei its uci Uiiiciu. one wl-;ii
Turner society is sending the classes
and will pay their expenses. William
Krambach, Otto Witt and Frank Maehr
were appointed a committee to have
charge of the financial matters cou
nected with the trip.
Found "Mother" Was Aunt. Ella
when the magistrate said that she
would have to return to her hom.
He told her that her mother was the
one to direct her until she attained her
legal age. Then she might do as she
o'clock at his home in Buffalo. He
had suffered for a short time of con
sumption and he died after a hemor
rhage. He leaves a wife and five
: j Fifty-Six to Graduate. At a meeting
QLiPRDADn ot tne high school senior class Reu-
OnCnririni ben Becker was chosen valedictorian
air. and Mrs. Charles Sass went to in recognition of his high, rank in
lur scholarship. He will give the valedic-
- tory address at the class day exercises
Jamestown, Iowa, Monday
week's visit with their daughter.
Mrs. William Bell and daughter, r h h-M at . n . n. th Btkmoata-
Grace, were in the tri-cities shoppins The honor roll this year contains
inursaay. eight names Carolyn Ains worth, Ha.
Baniue,wu "u zel Aldrich, Edna Almloff, Reuben
returned by way of Orion from Erie, 0rvl,la Duncan, Bessie Lind-
111., with a carload of cattle and hogs . Thr Mln on, Vara
that they had shipped from Erieth. These stuaenta have averaged 90 per
iore pan oi me wee. cent ormore in all their work since
Mrs. uurney narrow ana aaugmers, .-.,, j,io,h aunn, pmd mom.
7"W- ,V . ? w r cess,e ana Je8t,ie- au" f ' , TJ' bers of the class will probably be grad-
Quinn, 17 years of age. left her home " v ' giris reiuruiuS e . fm
Airs, r arrow uu euu reiuaureu m
baturuay. son .ft ojtv Hvil pn;!nifr haa hppn
Jacob Clark of Rock Island came hlndered in hig work for m'ore thaa a
year because he has not had enough
on McKlnley avenue when she was
told by some of her relatives that she
had all her life, or since she was old
enough to understand, been made to
believe that she was living with her
mother, when in reality, they said, the
igive the matter his attention.
Oppose ' Incorporating. Three
Hindered in Work. Clark G. Ander
zens of McCausland, who are opposed out Saturday to attend the funeral of
to the proposed incorporation of that (his brother Rob's child at Cable. Ho
village, on behalf of themselves and returned home Monday.
woman, nnnp- j hpr narpnt was hpr others opposed to incorporation, have John Beveridge went to Rock Island.
inn , ,o, k.. encaged Attorney J. A. Hanlev to neat Thursday, returning home Friday.
nnUn Thnrarfav rn mmninint of attq i the measure. Only several days ago The miners had a holiday April l
Quinn. The girl was before Magistrate Attorney Hanley. succeeded in defeat- celebrating the eight hour system yesterday morning. Mrs. Anderson
assistance, and it is said that he would
not accept a reappointment unless he
was granted the necessary assistance.
It came. Today he is the proud par
ing the proposed incorporation of Long! Mr. and Mrs. William Ash went to tha hnv arp dnimr fine
I "I ww . 1 A iL . J ' J t 1 rnL a.r.JnKnnw "
uruve. air. Haniey states me opposi- ieaar napias, iowa, luuisuaj, uaviu,
Tonic and X.
Body Builder in the S:
C. W. v OLE
1509 Second Avenue.
Successor to Jones.
Dealer in new and second
Goods bought, sold and
Old phone West 478.
Bock Island, 111.
tion to incorporation is not on the
i saloon question but from fear that in
! creased taxation would follow incor
Hurt in Fall on Floor. Lester Fish.
18 years of age, employed at the C.
O. D. Steam Cleaning and Dye works,
317 Brady street, while at his work
yesterday, slipped on the concrete
floor and fell in such manner as to
cause a fracture of the left arm just
above the elbow.
Rush of Divorce Cases. No less
than nine divorce cases were heard in
the Scott county district court Thurs
day afternoon and yesterday. In the
majority of cases decrees were entered
and in several only the testimony was
taken and the decrees are expected .'
follow later. Eight of the cases were
heard by Judge House and one by
Judge Bollinger who returned at noon
yesterday from Maquoketa, where he
opened court last Tuesday. Annabel
Brown has been granted a divorce
from Nattie A. Brown. Anna Dittmr
has been granted a divorce from Wil
liam H. Dittmer. Francis McElroy ha3
been granted a divorce from Marjory
McElroy. Dora Koep was granted
divorce from William Koep. Margaret
Kane has been given a divorce from
'i nomas Kane. Beulah Mecary has
been granted a divorce from Charles
W. Mecary. Rose Drescher has been
granted a divorce from Victor II.
Drescher. In the divorce cases f
Jessie Lewis Perrin vs. William Leslie
Perrin and W. W. Fulton vs. Marie
Fulton, testimony was taken but 33
: set no decrees have been entered. The
divorce suit of E. L. Beyer vs. Pauline
Beyer has been continued to the April
term of court.
Obituary Record. Theodore Nea
melster died yesterday at about 9
been called there on account of the
serious illness of Mrs. Ash's mother. -
, Boost for Shallberg. Yesterday a
Afvfn nrnmtnpnt f iti'nntj In. Afnlina
The two-weeks-old infant child of gtarted out on all day boosting trip
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark of Cabie for q shanberg( the candidate for
died Thursday evening of spasms The circuit CQUrt dge of tWg county
funeral was held Saturday at the home They visited Morrison and sterling.
ana interment was m iub tauie ccuin-
lery ' .... I May Play at Clinton. Moline choral
Christopher Bell was in Aledo on , . nrnintr intn nnw. ,tc ro.
business Wednesday. Mentation of the "Sultan of Sulu" his
. A. nuuu lue been asked for by Clinton, and there
i is even a remote possibility of at
least the principals appearing in Cedai
bridge last Thursday of the Henry frequent for ihe DaTenport and RocK
evening. They will occupy Valentine
Fuhr's house In Hamlet. Mrs. Stock-
berger is a sister of Mrs. Willia.n
The baseball boys realized a sum of
about $23 at their box sociable Friday
night. A fine time was reported by
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lininger of
Deerfield, 111., are visiting at the home
of Charles Bopes.
Ed Danielson and John Gibson at
tended a baseball meeting at Cam
Island productions which will be giver
Liaviu, me i-jear-oitf boa 01 Aur. auu A n u and 20,-respectively. Wiliain
Mrs. David Wallace while playing on Butterworth wcnt to ciinton yesterday
a shed was cut on one of his lim js to make arrangenients for a possible
by a rusty nail that required medical projuction
aid. The doctor put eight stitches in ' 0 -
the wound. I A,am System Ready soon. The
xu luwubuip iuu a3 ue.u Rew j. a,arm gystem wi SQQn e
iuwu,. iUB iepuuiitdu in operation in Moline. The system
in straight, with the exception of Rob ;Whlch was ta8taUed through the r
col,rct,. .. . forts of Mayor Olson and the council
ticket. The republican ticket was is.
will be the most modern for many
luiiows. miles around. Twenty boxes have
i&?e, BrWn' ,,ownsn,P CIerK- been connected np to the headquarters
-uuu x mu, ! at the police station and are now beinu
People s ticket, Bob Clark, collector, j tegted out As tnis is the flrst ByBlen.
Republican commissioner of high-' - ... . in f,,i:. .
tion of the state, the Signalphone co n
pany of Milwaunee has put forth spt-
tial efforts .in. giving Moline a firs:
class plant. . (,
wav. Andrew Waterbure. !
Justices of the peace, John Olso-i,
Misses" Gladys Brehmer and Flor
ence O'Melia were in the tri-cities
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. R. LI Peterson and daughter.
Wed at LaCrosse. Carl Ecklund
Myrtle, went to Moline Thursday for:.,,. nn. ... ' ,. n. ,rroMP
a week's visit.
Mrs. Oliver and son of Joslin, II!.,
visited last week with her sister-in-
were married in that city on Thursday.
April 8. Announcement cards were
rpppivml h'prp savino- that Mr. and Mrs
1 I T TT-.1J!1 1 !!.. . " - - J O
iaw .lames, nduu.iK anu idmu . Ecd win be at home after April
cai waibon went 10 itocK is.ana -. afc lm gixth avenue( Moline
uraay 10 meet a sisier wnu came iroai i
There was quite an exciting time in
Obituary Record. Dorothy Elizabeth
Goar, the 1-year-old daughter of Har
Sherrard early last Saturday morning -ley oaT 293)) Eleyen and tnfee quar.
ters avenue, died yesterday after
STEADY GROWTH PROVES ITS VALUE
rhort illness with complications. The
little one's mother died about a year
The very fact that HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
has been able to SATISFY THE PUBLIC DEMAND for a relia
ble home remedy FOR 55 YEARS stamps it at once, a very
superior medicine. During those years it has established such
a record THAT TODAY it is generally acknowledged to be the
leader of its class. You'll make no mistake in keeping A
BOTTLE OF THE FAMOUS
ALWAYS IN THE HOUSE, for some member of the family is
apt to be taken with a sudden spell of Stomach or Bowel
trouble. It not only gives prompt relief, but prevents INDI
GESTION, DYSPEPSIA, COSTIVENESS, BILIOUSNESS, IN
SOMNIA, COLDS, GRIPPE and MALARIA, FEVER and AGUE.
Here's voluntary and convincing proof:
Mr. Johi Eleson writes: "I could
not get aloig without your Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters in my house. I find it
and general debility
in my home."
. Bear Lake, Mich,
writes: "Your . never
for stomach trouble
is always kept
between the hours of 4 and G o'clock
The negro minstrels that played Fri
day night in Sherrard drew a lare
audience but between the hours of o
and 4 one of them broke in the hous
of Mrs. John Evans. Her daughter
Mary, heard him gain admittance
through her bedroom window. Hh
tried to smother her with the bed
clothes. He was arrested and taken
to Aledo the same afternoon and lie
is now waiting for his trial at the
county jail, John Evans and Constable
Hollas took him down.
Mrs. Thomas Blenkinsopp and child
ren returned home Tuesday from Wis
consin and Chicago after 10 day's visit.
Quite a number took in the sights of
the new town of Mather Thursday.
Misses Nellie Gibson and Lizzie
Davison were shoppers in the trl-cities
Mrs. C. L. Trevillyan was up Sun
day visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Cook
and family. .
Julius and Louis McNabney visited
A business meeting of the school
trustees of Hampton township was
held Monday in:, this village.
Mr. and Mrs." George Gray are en
tertaining a son whose age dates from
a few days ago.
Surveyors have been at work here
surveying along the line of the pro
posed new street car line to pass
through the village.
Conrad Schadt of Carbon Cliff was
here Monday. '.
See the pyramid or eggs
What a host of recollections they invoke
of yellow less!
How they pile, pile, pile.
In the baskets and the cases.
While the grocer, with a smile.
Tells you esRs are now the style
In all fashionable places!
See them climb, climb, climb.
In their prices all the time
As they keep accumulating in the boxes
and the kegs
Of the eggs, eggs, eggs, eggs, eggs, eggs.
With a seasoning of storage warehouse
A song of sunshine through the rain.
Of Fprlng across the snow.
A balm to heal the luyts of pain,
A peace surpassing woe.
Lift up your heads, ye sorrowing ones.
And be ye glad of heart. -
For Calvary and Raster day.
Earth's saddest day and gladdest day.
Were just one day apart!
Judge Gest Endorsed by Lead
ers of Rock Island
While there are three candidates to be voted for at the approaching
primary election, the undersigned members of the bar of Itock Island
county are not expressing themselves as to the merits of any of the can
didates other than the present judge, W. II. Gest. We believe that the
services and qualifications of Judge Gest merit his retention to the bench
and we strongly urge upon the voters of the circuit his reelection.
E. D. SWEENEY,
H. C. CONNELLY,
W. A. MEESE,
C. B. MARSHALL,
JOSEPH L, HAAS,
ELMORE H. STAFFORD,
MARION E, SWEENEY,
GEORGE C. WENGER,
C. J. SEARLE,
C. L. WALKER,
J. J. INGRAM,
'J. F. WITTER,
J. K. SCOTT,
W. J. SWEENEY,
B. D. CONNELLY.
The roses were the Hr?t to hear, -
The lil'es were the lirst to see.
Bring fragrant flowers from far and
To match the Kaster melody!
"Kahbont!" be on every tongue.
And every heart the rapture share
Of Mary as she kneels among
The roses and the lilies fair.
He Is a hero in a way.
Though hietory ne'er declares It.
When Eastor bills corr.e round some dny
He makes no plaint that he must pay.
Eut simply grins ami bears it.
fer i !
fjf Mrs. E. C Everly. .V'
Gest Endorsed bv Henrv
We, the undersigned members of the bar of Henry county, regardless
of our parly affiliations, believing that the election of circuit judge
should be removed from politics, and recognizing sterling integrity, un
questioned honesty, superior ability and most efficient service displayed
by William H. Gest, while judge of our circuit court, do hereby endorse
him as a candidate at the coming primaries. ,
GEORGE E. SHAW,
HARRY E. BROWN,
JOSEPH L. SHAW,
BARTLETT S. GRAY,
HUGH V.'. COLE,
CHARLES G. DAVIS,
FRANK J, NAHLHEIM.
FORREST M. LOWES,
W. H. HOLZINGER,
CLARK A BY,
CHARLES E. STURTZ,
WILLIAM C EVAN,
LEONARD D. QUINN,
THOMAS J. WELCH,
JOHN T. CUMMINGS,
JOHN R. MOORE,
VICTOr. R. GRIGGS,
H. STERLING POMEROY,
JAMES N. CUMMINGS,
EDVARD J. FAULL,
CHARLES E. MULLIGAN,
JAMES K. BLISH,
N. F. ANDERSON,
JOHN ROOT, ,
VINCENT J. ROOT,
JONAS W. OLSCN,
JAMES H. ANDREWS,
ROBERT .C. MORSE,
CHESTER M. TURNER,
LEONARD E. TELLEEN, ,
ALMON ri. LINN,
FRED H. HAND,
N. J. DEMERATH.
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"Since I began taking Pernna we
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4,I really believe that every woman in
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Peruna refreshes her; if she gets nerv
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It is a constant friend to the nursing
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"Surely, Pernna is the woman's
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Stronger Than for Years.
Mrs. Caroline Sundheimer, Clarkv
"I am feeling quite well now. I cart
work again and am stronger than 1
have been for years, and I do believe
Luther Packer arrived here Monday
from Indiana with I1I3 car. His family
came Tuesday evening. Mr. Packer
and family will occupy Frank Vicker's
house in Hamlet.
Miss Bessie Cooper departed Satur
(day for DeKalk to resume her studies
j after spending a week's vacation with
Miss Susie Parmenter of Lyndon
came to the home of A. Kendal Wed- that Pernna saved my life. I will ad
tnesday, returning home Thursday. vise all I can to take your medicine."
-Myron Stockherger and family of
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