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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1909.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Manager for Grand. D. L. Hughes,
manager of the Grand opera house of
Keokuk, was in Davenport Wednesday,
and signed a lease of the Grand opera
house, effective Aug. 1. Mr. Hughes
will take possession in time to perfect
plans for making the Grand one of
the popular playhouses of the city next
season. As manager of the Grand in
Keokuk, Mr. Hughes has proven him
self a successful theatrical man. He
Is a genial gentleman, who comes here
with a fine endorsement from the oth
er cities where he has done business,
and .there is every indication that he
will make the same kind of a record
Too Poor . to Bury Brother. The
body of Tillman H. Gamier, who died;tnp wo,k now on hand between them,
last Tuesday at Mercy hospital, is still hereafter each will look after
in the Halligan undertaking rooms. A
sister, the only known living relative,
has wired that she has not the means
to defray the expenses of a funeral.
Gamier was unmarried and (U years
of age. He was a laborer, and resided
in the city many years. His most re-
The Power To Do Good
And the Power to Be Good Are
Much the Same.
One writer has truly said during
Bleep and rest, sufficient energy and
strength should be supplied for tomor
row's work. If you will learn how to
allow perfect relaxation to take place i
in every part of your body and how
to fall aslecpf henever you desire, you
will need no other remedy than pood
food to keep you in perfect physical
A food does not need to be heavy
to be strengthening. Wheat possesses
every element found in the human body
and Esg'-O-Sec Wheat Flakes, a dainty,
delicious breakfast food, always ready
to serve, contains all the nourishment
and strength of wheat in easily di
Be sure it's Egg-O-Soe you get, for It's
the famous and original Kgg-O-See rrocess
. that makes Egg-O-Sce Wheat Flakes and
the E-C Corn Flakes so dainty, so ap
petizing and so strengthening. A break
fast of either means a satisfied appe
tite, a grateful stomach and a good day's
work free from "nervous headaches" or
dullness. Be sure it's the Egg-O-See prod
uct. Always watch for the E-C Mark
on the package.
MPIHIbHT ST A. I. KIMCMMUM fcO-. tISt.
A. B. Kirschbaum & Co.
KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHING IS SOLD IN THIS CITY BY
THE CLOTHIER "
cent employment was as janitor at the
Frey flats on West Fourth street. It
has been learned that last September
he drew from the City National bank
at Clinton $217 which he had on de
posit there. What he did with the
money is a mystery. He left no record
to iudicate what became of the money.
He had no close friends or anyone In
whom he confided. It is thought he
may have loaned the money or depos
ited it in some other bank. The ease
has been turned over to County Attor
ney Henry Vollmer for investigation.
Well Known Firm Dissolves. The
well known contracting firm of Phil
lips & Volquardscn, of which ex-Mayor
Harry W. Phillips is senior member,
has been dissolved by mutual consent
and the two members will hereafter
continue in the contracting business
as individuals. They have divided up
I his own contracts.
Circus War On. The circus war
on in Davenport in full force. Wed
nesday the advance agent of tin
Hagenbeck & Wallace shows was
Davenport and completed arrange
mcnts for the appearance of that cir
cus at the old ball park on May 29
The agent then began looking around
for billboards and other places where
lie could place his advertising and
found that everything desirable had
been grabbed up .by the Barnum &
Bailey people. The first advertising
car of the latter circus reached Dav
enport yesterday and the town is be
ins covered with the lithographs ami
display matter for this circus. N
date has as yet been set and the usual
notice "coming soon" greets the eye
of the reader. This is ror the purpose
of detracting' as much as possible
from the Hagenbeck &. Wallace shows
which comes first.
. UDituary Kecora. rno aeatn o
t red . Kuelper occurred Thursday
at the home of his sitter, Mrs. Ixiui
Ott, 1 ;:( West Third street. Mr. Ku?i
per was born Dec. 1(1. 195o. in Meck
lenburg, Ilorinanv. and came to Amor-
ica direct to Davenport in June
IS.;;. lie is survived by one son
Harry Kuelper,. andt wo sisters, M--:
Minnie Phillips and Mrs. Louis Ott
Mrs. Anna Levetzow died Wedn
day evening at 12 o'clock at her home
on the Bradv street Toad, one mil
from Duck creek. Deceased was bor
BTILL at all times
VV, afford you com
plete freedom and ease
of movement. Never
feels tight or drawn
across chest or shoul
ders. Eastern styles. Un
Handsome fabrics that
look fresh and new
even after long wear.
Economy at beginning
You'll never really
know what "Clothes
until you've worn a
Of course they're all
Try on a suit.
AND NEW YORK
Sept. !), IS77, Jn Holstein, Germany. '
She is survived by her husband and
Frank Gustafson and family left for
Owen, Wis., Saturday, where they in - ,"'
tend to make their future home, as
hev own a farm there.
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Mrs. C. A. faamuelson and Mrs. John-
Olson were shopping in Itock Island', . ., . . ' ' ,,.
11 .freight and passenger agent, taking
baturday. 4 li, f,.nih ,r.,-., i u- ri...iroAt
jonaman iwnner ana uauguter. mun,
eiiirnea noine . a uesuay evening num
Braidwood, where he went Monday to
attend the funeral of a brother.
Stone were in the tri-cities shopping'
Miss Mary Branberg of Preemption
came Wednesday night for two or
three day's visit with her uncle, C. 12.
Peterson and family and other friends.
Miss Lily Pritchard came from Rey
nolds Saturday evening and spent Sun
day with her mother, Maria Pritchard,
James Bell and family were in Roek
Island shopping Saturday. '
Mrs. Walla Wilmerton of Rock 13-
land .visited with her daughter, Mrs.
Owen Hayes, a couple of days last
Mrs. Owen, Hayes visited with her
brother, Bert, near Preemption Thurs
Herbert Le and wife, former resi
dents of Silvis, are visiting with rela
tives and friends in Sheirard and
Cable and in this vicinity before thy
leave for their new home at Seattle,
Quite a number from the towns iii
this vicinity attended the dance- last
Thursday evening. It was well at
Mrs. Henry Irwin and son, Eli, and
daughter, Mrs. S3m Clark, . visited the
new town of Mather Monday after
Selilsvy ef the Enjacment Ring.
T am considered a brilliant success
In literature, though many people ac
cuse me rf plapraristn. the popular crit
icism of my work being "that old. old
It in n pity I am so bright, however,
ecnsidering the conversations I have
to listen to every evening. Last night
he remarked slsty-flve times. "I love
yon so. dear," and sixty-five times she
replied, "Do you. dear?" f
He tells them all "I love you as man
never loved before." Isn't he clever to
ftv.d ro many new ways of doing some
thing so old?
Personally I can see no difference in
his nietheds mySelf.
They held on to me with both hands
lat evening, but I insisted upon cut-
The man and I can always get
n round a pretty girl.
The man owes all his happirtss to
me. Only through my influence Is he
able to hold her hands In his and taste
the sweetness of her lips, yet already
has he forgotten me in his longing for
a wedding ring.
Men are so ungrateful, but I will
lde my time. Methlnks I will soon
I am the "best seller" on the mnrlrot
The life of the criminal Is simply!
an unpotsed life. If a person were per -
fectly poised wrongdoing would be so
repugnaut that it" would be unthink -
It is. the one sided, the unpoised mind
tnat goes wrong. It is Just as normal
for the balanced mind to choose the
right, the good, as for the magnet to
draw to itself whatever 13 kindred.
Just 11s the needle in the mariner's
compass always points to the North
star, no matter how thick the fog or
how the tempest rages, there is a
needle within every human . being
which always points to the North star
of rectitude, of right, of truth, no mat
ter what storms of discord, of weak
ness or of crime' may be raging In the
individual mind. Nothing can prevent
this little indicator from pointing to
the right, no matter how far the in
dividual may drift from it how low
he may sink in vicious living. Success
A New Part of Pork.
The teacher had been reading to her
class of the industries of Russia.
Among others mentioned was pig rais
ing. The pig is used almost exclusive
ly as an article of food, very little of
his body being valued except his flesh
and his bristles.
"The Russians' have much to learn
from the Americans in this respect,
she continued. "In America all parts
bf the pig are used except his squeal.
At this point a pupil raised her hand
and asked In all innocencef
"What part of the animal la the
squeal T' Llpplncott's.
Not Well Named.
"Now, where did "I lay my rat, I
wonder?" fretted Mrs. Trousseau.
"Your er rat?" said her husband.
I "Do you mean that fluffy thlag you
' put on your head?"
"I'm sure I don't "know, my dear.
; But why call It a rat? Rabbit would
It would sound more like
'But, my lord, 'e said It was 'im
what stole the 'ora."
w "What were his exact words? Did
he say, 1 stole the horse? "
"Oh, no, my lord! Your lordship's
name was never mentioned!" London
Scraps. i ,
Made Agent for Read. V. E. Chal
fant, who has been ticket seller for
U T..1 , .1 .. .1 , loci tkrnA
- ",a"u "
ars- 18 Promoted by a change which
ireignt ana passenger agency nas ueen
I me iiiini 11 1. , auu .ill. uauuui
is nromotcri ta hn nascOIlir(,r airent.
. Rank State Delegate. The state
convention of the Knights of Colum-
s was held in Chicago Tuesday and
Wednesday. Fred W. Rank of Molinc
was chosen as one of the delegates to
represent Illinois at the national con
vention at Mobile, Ala.-, Aug. 3 of this
year. At this convention the body will
approve plans for endowing the Wash
ington university with $5,000,000 by
Jewelers Close Early. Jewelers of
Molinc have entered into an agree
ment to close their stores at G, in
stead of G: 30,. beginning last night and
continuing to Oct. 1. They will re
main open Wednesdays and Saturdays
till the usual hour, between 10 and 11,
according to business demands.
Fire In Salcon. Fire broke out in
the rear of Frank Blackwcll's saloon,
1C32 Second avenue, yesterday, filling
the building with a dense smoke and
causing a loss of about. $30. It is
thought that a lighted cigar stub start
ed the blaze.
Three for Track Meet. Moline high
school has entered three track men in
the 17th annual interscholastic track
and field meet at Champaign, held un
der the auspices of the University of
Illinois. Captain Wyland, Claar and
Sehnert arc the men selected, al
though all three may not go.
Ccsts Conductor $19. Herbert Perci
val, conductor on the Elm street line,
paid a fine of $3 and the costs of the
trial, which were $19.S0. Percival was
arrested as the result of an altercation
which took place on his car. The com
plainant, Ernest Hendricksen, charged
Percival with striking him in the eye
Plow Company Buys Land. Yester
day a real estate deal was closed
through which the Molinc Plow com
pany-becomes the owner of a 10-acre
tract on the bluff, the land purchas
ed is part of the F. H. Downing estate
and it is understood the price was be
tween $5,000 and $6,000. The imple
'ment factory has purchased the ground
to use for experimental purposes, it
being located within a convenient dis
tance of the factory and its worth as
farm land being questioned. All Im
plement factories, after having in vent
Jed and manufactured a tool, always
give it a tryout in the field with thei
conditions as exist in actual farming
UDituary Record. Henry Nelson of
! 219 Fo"th ftreet died yesterday at
'he Moline hospital after an illness of
a week. He was born In Sweden,
Sept. 2G, 1SG2, and came to America
1 in 1SS3. He made two trips to Sweden
since then and in lSS'.i located in Mo-
1 line. He leaves a wife and five child
'r?n, they" being, Carl, H'ul la, Edward,
Harold and Willard. He also leaves
Alone Can Io for the
ine intiucnce of food upon the
brain and memory is so little under
stood, that people are inclined to mar
vel at it.
Take a person who has been living
on improperly selected food and put
him upon a scientific diet in which
the food Grape-Nuts is largely used
, .1 . 1 . - ..
urn 1 ne increase or mental power
mat rollows is truly remarkable.
A Canadian who was sent to Col
orado for his health illustrates this
point in a most convincing manner
one year ago I came from Canada
a nervous wreck, so my physicians
said, and reduced in weight to. al
most a skeleton and my memory was
so poor that conversations had to be
repeated that had taken place only
' a few hours before
I was unable to
rest day or night for my nervous sys
tem was shattered.
"The change of climate helped me
a little but it was soon seen that this
was not all that I needed. I rc
quired the proper sjeleclion of food
although I did not realize it until a
friend recommended Grape-Nuts to
me and I gave this food a thorough
trial. Then I knew what the right
food could do and I began to change
in my feelings and bodilv condition.
"This kept up until after 6 'months
use of Grape-Nuts all my nervous
trouble has entirely disappeared.
have gained in flesh all that I -had
lost and what is more wonderful to
me than anything else my memory is
as good as it ever was.
Grape-Nuts has remade me all
over, mind and body, when I never
expected to p be well and happy
again. 1 here s a Reason."
Look for the famous little book
"The Road to Wellville," in pack
ages. -. -
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
three brothers, two In America and
one in Sweden.
Harold Peters of Cordova spent a
few days last week with his uncle. I
Hiram Cain. j
Miss Merlie Wilbur of Erie visited
over Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Maud
Miss Grace David of Moline Is vis
iting friends in this vicinity.
Mr. Peterson moved his horses to
Hillsdale last week. They are camp-
ng on Mr. McMurphy's land near the
depot. Mr. Peterson is fitting out an
other outfit for ditching. This makes
his eighth crew.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Washburn of
Carbon Cliff were Hillsdale visitors
Mrs. Charles Conrad and baby spent
a few days the last week with her
mother, Mrs. John Quadc.
Mrs. John Dailcy or Josliu was a
Hillsdale visitor Friday.
Charles Jasperson moved last week
from the Baron tenant house to the
Jane Essett home.
Miss Clapper visited ov;r Sunday
in Rock Island with relatives.
Miss Scllrr.er's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Sellmcr of Moline spent Friday in
Miss Ada Hojnics and Miss Eva
Opdyke are visiting this week in Ur
bane, 111., with Mrs. John Butyer and
William Snider, claim agent for the
C, B. & Q. railroad, spent a- day last
week in Hillsdale looking after the in
terest of the company.
Jessie Dillon had business in Erie !
William. Merril, who has been work
ing near Muscatine tne past lew
months, spent a few days last week in
Mrs. J. M. Martin and Mrs. Edward
Martin were Hillsdale visitors Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Kempster
spent Wednesday in Sterling.
Frank Sheppard had business in the
tri cities last week.
Mrs. Fred Frells of Joslin visited
Wednesday with Mrs. Donohoo.
Mrs. Sadie Thompson of Erie is help
ing care for Mrs. Wreath.
Mrs. James Mill was a Rock Island
E. C. Donohoo and Roy Pearsall
shipped five carloads of cattle to Chi
cago last week. They accompanied
Joe Wreath was a Chicago visitor
Myrtle Sell is learning to attend the
Mrs. Anna Saddoris of Cordova
spent Tuesday with her grandmother
Miss Ada Orr of Rock Islp.nd siient
Sunday jn Hillsdale with her pareuts.
Mr and Mrs. William Orr.
William Conrad has built a new
picket fence around his town property
The lower room at school has been
presented with a piano, which is very
much appreciated by the teacher and
Edward McMurphy is doing jury
duty this week.
James Hauschild spent Sunday in
Rock Island with friends.
Mrs. Mary Stephenson is working
this week for Arthur Ewing.
Mrs. La Rue of Rock Falls is visit
ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Robert Pearsall. ,
At the John Liphardt home Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Quick, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis iiipper, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Marshall of near Cordova, Mrs.vllcnry
Banker, Mrs. Ien:rShroder, Mrs. Mary
Sell, Melvin and Leonora Liphardt, and
Miss Susanna Davis of Rock Island;
also Miss Nellie Liphardt and Miss
Justin Dailey was a Molinc visitor
Mr. Benson of Rock Island spent a
few days this week at his farm across
Rock river. I
William Marks died Sunday night
at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. .
Ccange Ballard, of blood poison, the
result of a severe 'cut on the face
caused when he fell last week. The
f iinoro 1 nno rinlrt Trwl r fieri ivrtfilirt
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Hillsdale church. Burial was made in
Mr. and Mrs. McKee of Chicago
came Sunday and returned Monday,
For Sale and
L. KRAMER & SON, 530 Nlnthitratt
U C. PFOH, 1400 Third avenu.
E. H. CLEMENT, 326 20th St. .
BOULEVARD GROCERY, 23 20th tt
A. W. DIEDRICH, 305 ,20th St.
L. W. GIBLER, 1400 7th Avt.
SITTIQ & 8TAHMER, 7th Ave. and 17th St
LANGE A HEITMAN, 270S 7th Avt.
ISM 1 '-f
arc cheapest in the end because theyr'e
best from beginning to end. They las t,
. much longer and thereby cost much less.
All the knee-pants are lined all through
this improves their wear as well as
fit. Waist bands arc sewn in "for keeps'
pockets are not only hole-proof t but arc
anchored so firmly that they're hot half
so likely to strain the ihapc out of the
garments the shape stays because its
tailored into the cloth.
Paying the same does' t mean getting the
La Velle, the Clothier
ON THE CORNER
They traveled all the way in a
launch. Mis. MrKee's mother and sis-
ter, Mrs. Mertie Slyier and daughter,
Zelma, accompanied them as far -iSj
Rack Island on their return homo.
William O. Clark of Drytown, Cal.,
will be at the Baptist caurca Sunday
evening. May 16, his subject being
"The Cause of Temperance." At the
village hall Monday evening, May 17,
his subject will be "Black Hawk and
Early History." It Is established Iiy
the pension records that Mr. Clark is
the sole survivor as a soldier of the
Black Hawk war. As a prohibition ad
vocate Mr. Clark enjoys a national
Miss Kathcrine Boncy returned lo
Rock Island Wednesday morning after
a week's visit here with relatives. Her
sister, Miss, Maude, went home with
Miss Florence Cole spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. E.
John Furst and Mrs. Peppers of Mus
catine spent several days here, being
called here by the sickness and death
of their cousin. John Mounts.
Mrs. Louis Strohmeier spent Friday
and Saturday visiting friends in Rock
Funeral services over the remains
of Jolm Monnts Were held from bis
ja(e h(KT1e jtonday at 2 p. m. They
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were conaucieci iy the -Masonic lod.;-?
with nv t n Qniiw Motr... m.
.jciating. It war the largest funeril ;
(that has 'been held here for years. I
iJJr- Mounts was well known and also-
woll ijke(j, y 1nosc who knew him.
His mother. Mrs. Anna Mounts, the
only near relative, has the. sympathy
SATISFACTION OR MONEY
SIEGHARTNER A 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-CHANSKY, 801 Twelfth etreet
C. "BLADEL, 1101 Twelfth etreet. .
PETERSON BROS Ninth etreet.
J. SILVERMAN, 611 17th St. - ' P T" -; -
CHAS. HOLMGREN, 2931 5th Ave.
S. JOHNSON, .Distributor.
WAY to save
not to waste it.
of the whole community in her loss,
for he was a good son and a good kind
.neighbor and we will all miss him.
John Kichberg of Cincinnati and Mr.
jai1(i jjrs. prcd Furt of Jvdair. Iowa,
came to attend the funeral of their
1 brother-in-law and nephew, Joha
Miss A,r,ia Cole wcnt to Rock ls!and
1 Friday ad visited with relatives til!
Mr. and Mrs. .Tame.- Hays and fam
(ily of Drury visited Saturday and Suu-
day at the home of Mrs. Hiys' sister,
Mr. and Mrs. James Britton.
Mrs. Celrstia II ant ley, who was hece
vititing her son. Charles, has gone o
Port Byron to visit her sons there.
GranJnia Ropes, who has beerr-visit-ing
her daughter in Muscatine, return
ed home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Meier have
moved into their new home.
ttHK l.FI'ETi:i 4IK .MONEY RE-l-l.MIED.
ORRINK is prepared in two forms.
No. 1. it powdiT. tasteless and color
less, ran Iw clvri nrrrrtly in foot or
drink. OKKINia No. 2. in pill form,
is tor those who wish to cure them
OKU1VK COSTS OM.Y fl A DOX.
Uuaraatrc In Earn Hoi.
pc"lnl A Kent.
llnrprr limine rharmarr
far. Martrrath M. aad Secoad Ave.