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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY . 1, 1909.
I NEWS QF THE : NEIGHBORST5"
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Two Men Disappear. Mysterious cir
cumstances are connected with the
disappearance of Charles Johnson ami
'guilty as charged, and his sentence been on the front platform of the car
1 will follow shortly. at the time of the collision. The car
o was coming down Harrison street at a
Ad Club Incorporated. -Articles of . usual rate of speed with a load of ar
incorporation of the Davenport Asso-jsenal workmen going to their work,
ciation of Advertisers were filed with The wagon, which was loaded withj a
4l. . i. -- jm i. j i A A. I i ' m m 1 J rt.
Took Bad Check. A bad check foi
the county recorder yesterday by At-'heavy load of lumber, had just come 15 was Passed on Will Driggs at Jos
torney Steve Bawden. The articles 'out of the lumber yard and was cross- ephson's jewelry store yesterday aftut
Michael Bush, who boarded at 120!;state the object and general purposejing the track. The driver, Charles noon oy a stranger, i ne stranger wa
Harrison street, the home of the for-! of the corporation to be "to promote : Shepherd, did not see the car and the dressed as a workingman ; his hand:
flier's mother. Both were employed by , friendship, sociability and good fellow-,' motorman was unable to stop. The ' 'ere grimy and he appeared to b
the Builders Lime & Cement company.' ship among advertisers in the city ofjvestibule struck .he rear wheels of snsmly under the influence of liquo'
Johnson is 25 years of age and Bush Is ; Davenport; to provide a place where'the wagon, throwing the lumber on e ntereJ the store and asked t
33. Roth rp nnmarplprt .Tnhnsnn left ! momhnrc m mort tnr cnokl on. tv. ctmnt tV.o vimn mri OOk at Some Watches. After SOme df.
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Smith McPherson announced yester
day afternoon that the April term of
the federal court in this city would ad
journ, at the conclusion of the Prince
ton bank suit now on trial.
Tells of Selling to Silverman. Judge
four weeks ago. He said no word at t tertainment, to render mutual bene- smashing the vestibule of the car.
home or among his associates to indi-jfits and assistance to its members in
cate he intended going away from the ' enabling them to carry out an intelli
city. He and Bush were much togeth-'gent, economical and judicious system
er. At his home it was supposed he 'of advertising; to investigate the var
would be heard from in a few days , ious advertising enterprises and to as
after his departure; that he had sud-jsist its members in determining the
denly determined to go to some other ' best mediums and methods of advertis
city, and would write when he got ! ing, and to establish a lyceum for
located. But no message has come ' lectures." The articles provide that
from him. April 19 Bush dropped out 'the initial officers and directors of the
of sight. Mrs. Johnson, mother of club shall be: President, II. C. Black
Charles, was at police headquarters' well; first vice president, J. M. Nab
Thursday. She is unable to give the stedt; second vice president. Louis
slightest clew to assist the authorities Lasher; secretary and treasurer, L. G.
in a solution of the mystery. She DeArmand; directors, one year, Ben
stated neither of the young men said Muhs. Louis Knocke, Carl Schlegel;
anything about leaving home. They two years, R. H. Ilarned, Ike Deutsch,
seemed to be satisfied with their em- and Will Henigbaum.
ployment and" with their home. The . o
fact that Johnson and Bush failed to Car Hits Lumber Wagon. A serious
draw their wages from the Builders" collision between an arsenal car and
Lime & Cement company has tended
to complicate the affair. I
Gerhardt Guilty. The jury in the
case of the state of Iowa vs Gerhardt,
a loaded lumber wagon of the J. J.
Smith Lumber company took place
yesterday morning. L. E. Davis, an ar
senal employe, boarding at 1710 Far
nam street, is now lying at St. Luke's
charged with larceny from the person, hospital with a dislocated shoulder and
returned a verdict finding Gerhardt a broken hip as a result of having
A PRETTY VERMONT HOME.
Capt. Hutchinson is a
Stanch Friend of Peruna,
Made so by Personal
WPT LEMUn. M. HUTCHINSON. VJM 'H?H'5W '
ia2SMW?"U i.-V---.;yai' iMarmamyu re.v;r,y.; jK?bJ'-y.H I n-fl
liberation, he purchased a watch va"
uea at $12 and tendered, the check r.
Court Adjourns. - Judge ient J,he cl)f ?,k wa ma,de f '
-wuAiob uuiuuiu j aim niuru
"Christ Wilmouth,-per Dr. W." Late
Mr. Driggs lgarned that the man hac
no funds in the. bank against which t.
issue the check.
More Help at Postoffice. Two add'
tional clerks went on duty today a
House has signed an order giving the Moline postoffice. Miss Ethel I
County Attorney Vollmer the privilege
of placing Joseph Marshall on the wit
ness stand to testify against William
Kramback at the latter's trial which
has been set for May 5. Marshall is
now m the county jail, waiting to be
McCanon, and Elmer Heck have bee
appointed to the position, they bein
in line for promotion from the office'
list of substitutes. Each will receiv
a salary or $000 a year under th
schedule comprehending advance
taken to Anamosa. to which institution frra far to ear bafed o-v continuit;
01 service, a request; ior me appoin
he has been sentenced to serve an in
determinate term not to exceed 15
years. County Attorney Vollmer
states Marshall has consented to tes
tify against Krambach and that his tes
timony is necessary to convict the lat
ter. Marshall will testify as follows
against Krambach: "That at Kram
bach's saloon on East Fourth street on
or about Feb. 19, 19C9, Krambach and
Murphy coaxed him to go with them
to the car of Armour & Co.; that they
all went into the car and took out of
the car 22 tubs of butter containing
20 pounds each and two tubs of butter
containing 10 pounds each, which they
placed back of a building, and that
they went over to Fourth street and
got a wagon and loaded the butter
and took it to Rock Island to Silver
man's grocery, to whom it was sold for
Obituary Record. Yesterday occur
red the death of Henry A. Wood at his
home, 415 West Sixteenth street. Da
ceased was born Aug. 18, 1846, at La
Salle, 111., and had lived in Davenport
a number of years.
Finds for Defense. The jury in the
case of William Gruenwald, receiver of
the Pinceton Savings bank vs. the
United States Fidelity & Loan com
pany last evening returned, a verdict
for the defendant.
ment of three additional carriers whic
it is hoped to put on duty July 1 ha
also been made. The receipts of Ih
Moline postoffice are showing a gai
for each year. For the salary yen
ending March 31 of this year, the tota
receipts as given out at the postoflic
were $S9,615.37, a gain of $13,373."i'
over the same period a year ago. Th
quarter from January 1 to April 1 wa
$27,1S9,94, a gain of $6,033.73 over th
same period a year ago.
Sodini Bounced Usher. H. A. Sodin
was arrested yesterday on a complain
of assault and! battery sworn out b:
Leslie Xiles. He ' appeared befon
Police Magistrate Gustafson. pleadei
guilty and was fined $3.05. The charg
grew out of Mr. Sodini having forcer
Nines, who was employed as the Fam
fly theater, as an usher, to leave th
building, Mr. Sodini assisting at thv
King Shoot Tomorrow. The annua"
king shoot of the Indian Bow and Ar
row club of East Moline will be held
tomorrow. The "member who shoot:-
the king bird off his perch that daj
will be king ot the club for one year
A. Vander Beke has been king for th"
past year and will try and maintain
his royal position for another term
Several other braves will try as hard
to dethrone him.' The club has now n
The Home of Captain Hutchinson, of Montpelier, Vt.
Chronic Catarrh and Throat Trouble.
"It give me pleasure to write yon this letter at this tiin? on account of the
good your Peruna has done me when I was quite done up with a very bad cold.
"I conld hardly perform rny ordinary duties, but from the use of Peruna
I am almost restored to health.
"I am quite convinced that it has helped me from chronic catarrh, to
which I am subject. It has also benefited my throat.
"I can truly recommend it as t lie best all-round medicine it has been my
privilege to become aequaintod with. Of this I nm quiteconvinced irontmy
Can Now Eat Anything.
Mr. J. W. Pritchard, Columbia City,
Ind., writes: "I am pleased to say that
I have been curtd of catarrh of the
Stomach by Peruna.
"I could hardly eat anything that
agreed with me. Before I would pet
half through my meal my stomach
would fill with gas, causing e much
distress and unpleasant feelings for an
hour or two after each meal.
"But, thanks to your Pernna, I am
now completely cured, and r.ail cat any
thing I want to without any of the dis
tressing: symptoms. I can now enjoy
my meals as I used to do, and it is all
due to Dr. Ilartman and his wonderful'
It has been one year sinco was
cured, audi am all O. K. yet, so I know
I am cured."
X Nervous Breakdown.
Mr. Lewis Zim, editor and proprietor
of "St. Augustine Meteor," writes :
"Any man in public work lmds at
times that he is under a peculiar ncre
strain. I found that with it I lost my
appetite', end my brain seemed to work
unceasingly during waking and sleep
ing hours, so I was tired and worn cat
in the morning.
"Tonics and invigorators were ung
pes ted and tried, but nothing was of ben
efit to me but Peruna. That cer
tainly a remarkable medicine. 1 waa
restored in three weeks to my normal
healthy condition, my appetite re turret
, and my sleep wa3 refreshing."
rr"M e .. I , t . i i i
1 iue 1001 was uiuwn irom luk bcuooi
I house in the east end of town Thurs
day afternoon during the storm.
Joseph and Frank Fritchle, who are
enroute to California, came Sunday for
a short visit with their cousin, A.
Frank Rumler of Company E, 27th
J infantry, at Fort Sheridan has been
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. Ellison of New Shops addition
is spending the week in Erie.
William Walters will move his fam
ily to Davenport next week, where he
has employment. P. G. Stange will
move his family to the house William
J. K. Williams, who has been sick,
is able to be about again.
Mrs. Frank Duncan, who was so ill
at LaHarpe, was brought home Tues
day. Robert Ingersoll has returned from
Waterloo, Ind., where he was called
by the death of bis father.
Mildred Cartwright pleasantly enter
tained 22 of her little friends at her
home on Fifth avenue Tuesday, it be
ing her seventh birthday anniversary.
The colors were pink, yellow and
white; the favors, fancy candles.
Fred Jordan returned Monday from
a short visit to Beloit, Wis.
Mark Cesborn and family are now
nicely settled in the house Just west of
the postoffice. .
Mrs. Long came home from the hos
Mrs. Al Morton and daughter Merle
returned Thursday noon from a few
days' visit at Mineral, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shorrey have
Goes to Get Ferry. E. H. Van Pat
ten announces that the Moline-Betten
i dorf ferry , will be in operation th?
; latter part of next week. For the
I present the ferry will carry only pas
swigers. Freight will not be handled
until regular landing docks can no
constructed at the two terminals. The
Moline landing will be -at the foot o
Seventeenth street. That in Daven
port will be at the head of the pavin
on the river road, which is almost ex
actly opposite the lower entrance to
Moline lock. Mr. Van Patten leave
tnis evening for Quincy to make ar
rangements for the upriver trio of
the steamer B. B., which the ferry
company has purchased to use in the
Moline-Bettendorf service. The boat
has a capacity of 12 teams and severa
hundred passengers. It is expected
that an hourly service will be main
ations and songs. Artificial butter-'
lies were used for decorating purposes. 1
Miss IK'lyla Cook was here from
lock Island Sunday, a guest of her
grandmother. Mrs. M. L. Cook.
Mrs. William Edclman had the niU
ortune to fall recently with the result
hat one of her hips was dislocated.
We offer $100 reward for any case
if catarrh that cannot be cured by
lall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
r. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
lelieve him perfectly honorable in all
jusiness transactions and financially
lble to carry out any obligations made
y his firm.
WALDING, KINNING & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
lally, acting directly upon the blood
nd mucous surfaces of the system,
restimonials sent free. Price, 75 cents
er bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const i-lation.
The Most Common Cause of Suffering.
Rheumatism causes more pain and
suffering than any other disease, for
he reason that it is the most common
)f all ills, and it is certainly gratifying
'o sufferers to know that Chamher-
ain's Liniment will afford relief, and
make rest and sleep possible. In many
cases the relief from pain, which is
at first temporary ...has In-come perma
nent, while in old people subject to
I'hronic rheumatism, often brought 011
'iy dampness or changes in the weat'i
er, a permanent cure cannot be ex
pected; the relief from pr.in which this
liniment afford. is alone, wort li many
times its cost. 25 and 50 cent siz?s
for sale by all druggists.
news all the time THE
Henry Fitch was here from Rock Is
land Friday calling on friends.
Ernest Carlson and family have
gone to Moline to reside.
. Mrs. William Bishop came up from
Moline Saturday to visit relatives us
Rev. W. S. Read attended the min
ister's meeting in Moline Monday and
The postponed Easter exercises held
at the M. E. church Sunday were well
attended and were much enjoyed. Rev.
H. L. Fouts, J. E. Maxwell and Rev.
W. S. Read make short talks, Mr.
Fouts sang a solo and there were reci-
Cliildrcn Who Arc Sickly
Mothers who value their own comfort
and the welfare of their children, should
never l without a box of Mother
Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, for
use throughout the season. They break
up (.'oliis. cure Krverishneps. Const ipa
tion. Teething I'isorders. lleadaehe nd
Stomaeh Troubles. TMKSK l.iVHKKS
NKVKU KAIL. Sold by all Kru Stores.
2."r lon't neoeiit any snhst 11 ule. A
trial- ia-k!i;i' will be s-nt KltKK to
any mother who will address Allen S.
Olmsted, X e Hoy. N. Y.
THEY NEVER FAIL.
TO BORROW FROM US
Nobody is loaning money for nothing. All want a profit. We
only ask a small one. 1
We loan liberal amounts, privately, on household goods, pianos,
borses, wagons, fixtures, etc., without removal or delay.
Remember, that however fair your prospects may be today, unex
pected circumstances may change your needs of tomorrow; therefore
keep us in mind.
MUTUAL LOAN CO
People's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone West 122;
New 6109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
moved to the Lew Lyter house on the
corner of Second avenue and Fifth That Is What Thev Say About Them in
OLI M:VIS lll'NTKIi
jciirw oll. hottlril in honrt by
the U. S. Government.
KOl! A FEW
FIVE I50T1T,lrs $3.50
Ileulnr price, "fir..
R I E G E L S
J."17 Third Avenue.
(lid Phone Wet 1112.
street. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Wright
will occupy the rooms vacated.
1 Rev. William B. Clemmer of Rock
Island will preach at Union chapel
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock .
I Anna Williams of Cleveland visited
i Elda Dahlberg of Galesburg was in
town Thursday calling on friends.
I Mrs. R. W. Reeves was called
Galesburg Thursday by the death
stand, and It Is, There
Another proof, ' more evidence,
Rock Island testimony to swell the
long list of local people who endorse
the old Quaker remedy, Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Read this convincing en
aorsement of that remarkable prep-
toj Mrs. E. Vandeburgh, 800 First av
of enue, Rock Island, 111., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills have been used in my
household on several occasions and
It "Reached the Spot. the best of results have alwavs fol-
Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large ! lowed. Recently a member- of the
general store at Omega, Ohio and is family suffered from a weak back
president of the Adams County Tele-and pains across the kidneys, the
phone company as well as of the Home j trouble no doubt being caused by
Telephone company of Pike county, heavy lifting. Doan's Kidney Pills
Ohio, says of Dr. King's New Discov- were procured at the Harper House
ery: "It saved my life once. At pharmacy and it required but a few
least I think it did. It seemed to ; doses to bring relief. I know that
reach the spot the very seat of my
cough when everything else failed.'
DY. King's New Discovery not only
this remedy lives up to the claims
made for it."
For sale by fell dealers. Price 50
reaches the cough spot; it heals the; cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf-sore-
spots and the weak spots in. falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
throat, lungs and chest Sold under States. , . -
guarantee at all druggists. 50c and Remember the name Doan's
11.00. Trial bottle free. 'and take no other. -
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We have a large stock of sec
ond hand school books, which
will save you money, and we
take your old books. Have you
tried our 50-ccnt fountain pens?
COME TO US FOR YOUR
Geo. II. Kingsbury
Corner Third Avenue and Eljh-i
for Man. Woman and Child. Straight
en? round shoulders instantly. comp'ls
det-p breathing', and gives erect mili
tary bearing, which Is the type of male
and fom;ilc beauty. K"ent ial for the
prrvaillnit ntle of women'M wear. I u
vextM tbe female fignrr with atj-le nnd
dnxli nnd Riven a new enjoyment of life.
Itr.noKN expands the chest 3 to 5
Inches; makes you walk erect and
breathe full and deep. Gives tht erect,
commanding: appearance indicative of
youth and vigor. No one can afford to
' be without it.
Formerly $2.00, Nov $1.00
So that every man, woman and child
may enj"y Its benefits.
-HI'IIOKN is extremely comfortable,
tieinp free from the vm plot sunt effects
caused by other braces.
PUT REBORN ON YOUR CHILDREN
and they will grow to be well-proportioned,
healthy men and women. Our
It i: II o N has -riven satisfaction for
more than 00 years.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY
The Rankers' Life Association,
DES MOINIJS, IOWA. f
Gentlemen: Please send me circulars containing full Informa
tion regarding the plan and cost for $ insurance in your
Name . .
Date of birth Special address
If Interested, clip and fill ou the above coupon and mail to
C. A. REED,
1128 Fifteenth St, Rock Island.
The Bankers' Life Association,
DES MOINES, IOWA. .
What is hotter than pure Lifa Insurance in a good company at
moderate cost? This is exactly what the Bankers' Life furnishes
Guarantee and Reserve Funds to protect our contracts are now
more than 112,500,000.
The average cost for death losses and expanses per $1,000 for past
23 years, at age "5, 50.25; age 30, $70; age SC, $9; age 40, JlOege
45, $11.25. and age 50, J12.50.
Our Reserve Fund now exceeds 55,000,000 . This Is pledged for
payment of losses in excess of JO deaths to the thousand per annum.
Calls lir-cnme due quarterly each year, payable at your local bank,
making it convenient and easy to carry.
Membership is limited to healthy males between the ages cf 21 and
There are many ol her good features in the Bankers' Life that will
be cheerfully explained by the undersigned.
Our plan is right, the mana-reniont good, and there Is nothing bet
ter known loday in Life Insurance than the Bankers' Life of Des
Investigate this for yourself. Send your ago to the undersigned
for particulars and illustration of cost.
Women, worn and tired from overwork", need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
. J- 1 Jt A 1 -WW v . .
nut leave you 01 itseir. xou snouid talse Wine 01
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
benefit it has been to them. Trv it don't experiment
use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
The Woman's Tonic
Eena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward
wrote i 1 -waa a aufferer from all eorta of female trouble, had
pain Ja my side and less, could not Bleeo. had shortness of hrwith
, . uffere(i i years, until my husband insisted on my trying
Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost well."
Try Caxdui. Twill help you.
AT ALL DRUG STORES