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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1909.
o NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS""
Senator Cummins Here. Senator
Cummins went through Davenport on
the Rocky Mountain limited yesterd iv
noon, on his way home to Des Moinos
from Washington. There was a live
delegation of his friends at the Rook
Island station to greet him during th?
train's brief stop here.
. Odd Fellows Plan Picnic. A grand
annual picnic will be given by the Odd
Fellows of district No. 82 at Suburban
, Island Labor day. All sorts of athletic
events and amusements will be ar
ranged. The picnic will last all day;
in the morning indoor baseball will
be played and in the afiernoon .two
of the best amateur twins of the city
will cross bats. All proceeds will go
to the defraying of expenses for the
grand lodge this fall. The committee
in charge in J. A. Doran and Albert
PARIS DOCTOR'S DISCOVERY
Dandruff, railing Hair Are Cuused
by a Microbe Dr. Sabouruml
Dr. Sabourand is the leading der
matologist of France.
To prove his theory that germs
cause dandruff, he infected a gtiinea
pig with these microbes and in a
short time the hair from the ani
mal's body disappeared.
And Parisian Sage, which, can now
be obtained in America has an im
mense sale and is highly recommend
ed by physicians in all parts of the
It is just because it is the only
prescription or hair tonic that is ab
solutely sure to kill the dandruff
It is guaranteed to cure dandruff.
stop falling hair or itching scalp in
two weeks or money back.
In warm weather it keeps the
scalp clean and cool anQ free from
obnoxious odors. Parisian Sage is
a pleasant and dainty hair dressing
that will put a bewitching charm and
luster into faded and lifeless hair in
one week. It is distressing for any
woman to have dull, unattractive
hair and women so unfortunate
should use Parisian Sage.
Parisian Sage costs 50 cents a
large bottle at .the Harper House
pharmacy and is sold by leading
druggists everywhere. The girl with
the auburn hair is on every bottle.
The best show
that ever struck
C hkozo Journal.
"Nothing In the'
N. Y. World.
xi 'j kx
Cowboys, Wild West
G i r 1 1 , Vaijuero6, Senori&s,
Gu-rdios Kuralej, Men and
Women Sharpshooters, Cham
pion) of the Lariat, Rough
Riders, Line Riders, Range
Riders, Pony Express Veterans,
Hunters, Scouts, Heroes
and Old i imers of the
Bull Fighters, Steer
Throwers and Steer
Tiers, Horse Wranglers,
Texas Cattle, Bucking
Bronchos and Afustangs,
and all other real, actual,
uine, simon-pure dr-nizens of the
cow-camp and range, reproduc
ing the Sorts, Frolics, Games,
Round-ups, Gallantries, Hard
pa. Perils. Combats. Adven
tures and Romantic Daily
Indians fresh from Camp-fire and Council, making their htst acquaintance with Pax-face Civilization, in ran-
t-wic Native Accoutrements and Paint, and exhibiting their War Dances and other Weird Rites and Ceremonies,
Pastimes, Savageries, Horsemanship, Bow and Arrow Skill Media's of Hunting, Trailing, Trapping and Ambushing.
. ty.- I ant Westejn movement pervades our every long and varied programme number. Every act and action
rypical of the Ranch and Range. Without Circus, Vaudeville or Theatric adjunct or atmosphere.
OVFR1 INK -irit ,.y.j
- . ?0rm
Stand Tickets on sale at
'Schultz. The noble grand of Scott
Zedoka Rebekab lodge, Mrs. Newton,
will have charge of the rollerway;
G. W. Shunk of the dance floors; E..JC.
Brasted of the bowling alloys; L. 13.
Morrow of the racing contests; J. A.
Doran of the baseball games, and Al
Schultz of the other contests.
Changed to Partnership. Following
the announcement of a few days ago
that the Bettendorf Metal Wheel com
pany had been changed from a corpor
ation to a partnership, comes the same
word from the Davenport Wagon com
pany. Patch Up Trouble. All is apparent
ly lovely and happy again in the
household of Goldstein. Mrs. Cold
stein and her C-year-old child, who had
left husband and home in South Bend,
Ind.. were located in this city by the
husband. In their company was Mike
Gieiner, who once before, so the hus
band claims, ran away with his wife.
All the parties were placed under ar
rest by Detective Bisnop of the police
force. Saturday the husband stated he j
was through with his wife forever and
would have nothing more to do with
her. The wife also stated she had no
love for her husband. But yesterday
both changed their minds and started
their courtship anew at the police sta
tion with the result that the couple de
cided to return home together.
Obituary Record. Miss Signa Pet
erson di'd at the home of her brother-in-law,
Samued Malm, 7 Sylvan court,
at an early hour yesterday morning,
after an illness of several weeks. She
was born in Sweden in 1SSI and tame
to America to make her home with
her sister, several years ago. She is
survived by three brothers and two
sisters, all living in Sweden, excent
one sister and one brother.
Mrs. Lydia Gardner died yesterday
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
E. S. Tilford, 1ifl Tremont avenue.
Deceased had reached the age of 01
years, having been born June 2. 1814.
at LeRoy, N. Y. She leaves two daugh
ters. Mrs. E. S. Tilford of Davenport
and Mrs. George B. Swan of Dos
Moines. Iowa, and a son. W. S. Palin.'r
of Evan's Mills, N. Y. She is also sur
vived by grandchildren and great
The death of Miss Adalia Kruse oc
curred Monday morning at her home,
three miles west of the city limits an
the Kradel street road, after a short
illness. She was operated on a week
ago for appendicitis. Deceased was 21
n!l r r rTT tot t ti
seats on sale day of exhibition at Thomas' pharmacy, 1630 2nd Ave
TRUE THROUGHOUT H
the two 101 Ranch
Shows, one of which
proved tbe trinm-
nhant feature of the
Exposition, and the
other for two months jhe
OF NEW YORK CITY A
Happenings of their lives. Everything except a Tenderfoot! Jk
your P'"on of our Enterprise, if you are not acquainted, when we ride j
uiorougniarcs in cue morning.
the grounds rontLuafrorri l"iTect',on of our Infua
years, 10 months and 13 days of age.
She was bora in Germany and came
with her parents to America 20 years
ago, direct to Rock Island and 13 years
ago moved to Davenport. She is sur-l
vivoil hv bpr nironte Mr fin 1 Mrs '
Ceol'n KrZ five brkhei an!
r.isters Mrs. Marv Westensee John H..
Gustav J., Henry M. and Miss Rose run to the Manufacturers' hotel to ex
Kruse. and her grandparents, Nicholas tinguish a slight blaze which had ori-
Henschen and Masdalena Vollmer.
Shows Far East. The record break- the fire "was caused by crossed wires,
ing voyage of our magnificent battle- Tne hre department for some time was
. . . . .. . ., j j unable to locate the seat of the blaze.
ship fleet has excited the envy and ad- . , . ,
,The floor was chopped away in order
miration of all maritime nations of the liiat a ylQe of hose (;ould be piayed on
world. One great result of this globe- it, but the water seemed to have little
encircling cruise has been to acquaint 'effect. The police were called to keep
thousands composing the crews of our 'people from entering the place, and
ships with scenes and with the people tllose then in the building were in
of the far east. The story will be told structed to remain quiet and were
far and near and will excite wide- tod that there was no danger.. The
spread interest and curiosity to see the b,aze was extinguished with slight
strange people of the orient. That the uama0e.
naturally aroused desire of the public I 0
to see as well as to read and hear of Tw Day Reunion Here. The re
these strangers of the antipodes might . organized Church of Jesus Christ
be gratified was one of the main iof La,ter Day Saints of lwo statys'
causes impelling Colonel Cody and "''""is and Iowa, will hold 6 reunion
Major Lillie to arrange for the present at 1'rospect park from Aug. 13 to 22,
season to supplement Buffalo Bill's elusive. The reunion will bo simi
Wild West with Pawnee Bill's Far ,ar to the Methodist camp meeting.
East, thus forming the first complete Bailey of Aiuedia, III , a member
school of ethnology of human natural ,f the coinnilttee prepa ati. ns is in
history ever presented to the people tl,e n at Present and is mak.ng t.re
of any land. This dual sensation at Jatlons to entertain the delegates.
Davenport, Thursday, Aug. 12. I" ,a Ped that between 100 fnd
COO will be present. The ino-img wdl
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that he held daily in the ir.-w pavilion, and
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy- has been started on the new pole ami
sicians. as the damage they will do js shaft factory which is to be locat3d
ten fold to the good you can possibly in the east end of the city. The build
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh ' i"g is to be 101 feet wide and 205 feet
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney long and will be one story in height.
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer- In the main building there will be the
cury and is taken internally, acting assembling and forge rooms, and also
directly upon the blood and mucous the paint and storage rooms. The ex-
surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists. Price 75 cents
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
. 7 . .
: COWBOYS, COW-
INDIANS OF THE
MOST FAMOUS RANCH IN H
THE WORLD, AND COM- U
POSED SOLELY OF OKU-
The only expo
sition of West
ern border life
Its original kind
scope, by very
nature and source
Impossible of dupli
cation or Imitation.
legitimate and conceded
Cowboy Encampment. Grand
vniuuni.iv atgw, vs.
-' i Li Li-'-' 1
Fire in Hotcl.-A fire alarm turned I
In at 2 0'C,0ck 'eSter aIt
caused the Are department to make a
.gmated on the ceiling of tne third
'Moor and the floor of the fourth floor. I
A chambermaid who saya she had been
using gasoline to exterminate bed bug3 '
is thought to have caused the blaze.
The manager denies this, Insisting that
the meals will be s-rved in the old
pavilion. About 25 t.-nts have bfen
engaged and wi; be pitched on :he
Working on New Factory. Work
tension to the building will contain the
drying room and the ware room, and
will be 55 feet wide and 101 feet 'long.
Gasoline Stove Blows Up. As a re
sult of the explosion of a gasoline
stove in the home of Frank Miller at
Eighteenth street and Twenty-fifth
avenue yesterday the fire department
was called to extinguish the bla.e
which had started in the sunnier
kitchen. Mrs. Miller was walrug and
started to fill the hot stove with gaso
line and the explosion followed.
Obituary hc-.ord. Andrew Wester-
lund. formerly ot Moline, died at his
daughter's home in Greeley, Neb., Sun
day about noon, afer an illness of
about two weeks with dropsy and
asthma. Deceased wts born in Hal
singland, Sweden, Feb. 3, 1S29. While
a boy he came to this country with his
parents and first settled in Moline. Af
ter living here a few years he moved
to Lynn Center, 111, wher he was en
gaged in the manufacture of bric'is
until 20 years ago when i:e' moved
back to Moline. Up to three years ag.i
he lived here working as an :tphoi
Merer in various furniture stores At
that time he went to Greeley, Neb.,
and till his death had lived with hU
eldest daughter, Mrs. Christina Lind
berg. When the civil war broke out
Mr. Westerlund enlisted and served
for three years in the union ranks.
After the war he married Miss Chris
tina Olson and four children came to
bless this union, all of which are liv
ing. They are Mrs. Christina Lund
herg, Greeley, Neb., Mrs. Sarah Daniel
son. Omaha, Neb., J. W. Westerlunl,
235 Fortieth street, and E. N. Wester
lund, 241 Third street, both of Moline.
Chicaago, Aug. 10. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
September, 9S'4, 98. 97'4. 97.
December, 95'4. 95. 94, 95.
May, 98, 99, 98, 98.
September, 3. 64, G34, G3.
December, 53. 54, 52, 53.
May, 54'4lL55. 54Vi, 5478.
"" Oatm. V
September, 30, 3G, 30. 3C. 1
December, 3CVi. 36. 3C4, 3C.
May, 38, 39, 3S. 39.
September, 20.50, 20.SIT. 20.45, 20.45.
. January, 16.30. 1G.35, 1G.20, 16.35.
September, 11.20. 11.20, 11.12, 11.17.
October, 11.12, 11.17, 11.10, 11.12.
January, 9.72, 9.72, 9.70, 9.70.
September, 10.90, 10.90, 10.87, 10.87.
October, 10.60, 10.C0, 10.55, 10.57.
January, 8.67, 8.72, 8.67, 8.72.
Receipts today Wheat 500, corn
262, oats 523, hogs 12,000, cattle 6.000.
Estimated receipts Wednesday
Hogs 21,000. .
Ho? market onened weak. Ho.13
left over, 0,600. Light $7.508.0D
mixed and butchers $7.358.00, good
heavy J7.208.05, rough heavy $7,200
Cattle market opened weak.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 6,300, cattle 4,600,
sheep 20,000. .
Hog market closed weak mostly 5c
lower than early prices. Bulk $7.45(5)
7.90, light $7.458.05, mixed and
butchers $7.25S.OO, good heavy $7.10
8.00, rough heavy $7.15(57.33.
Cattle market closed 10c lower.
Sheep market closed weak.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis
today, 43, last week 91, last year 95.
Dulut'h, today 11, last week 38, last
year 54. .
, I nnn I r or rtAltlaq V 1 1 n Q t 7,
rT. "T. 2 Z "X
lO I'M a. lowei, cum uuiuau6cu.
Liverpool closing-Wheat to 1 d.
lower, corn higher.
New York Stocks.
New York, Aug. 10. Following are.
the quotations on tbe stock market
Union Pacific 204
U. S. Steel preferred 126
U. S. Steel common 77
Rock Island preferred 79
Rock Island common 40
Northwestern 194 :
Southern Pacific 134
New York Central 13914,
Missouri Pacific 76
Great Northern 155
Northern Pacific 150
L. & N. 153
C. F. 1 46
Canadian Pacific 186
Illinois Central 157
C. & O
B. & O.
Republic Steel preferred
Republic Steel common . ,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Aug. 10. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
11c; spring chickens, $3.50 to $4.50 per
Butter Dairy, 20 to 21c; creamery,
Lard 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, ,78 to 80c; oats, 55c.
Forage Timothy hay, $10; straw,
Coal Lump, per Dusnel, 14c; alack.
A Xew Hack for an Old One How
It Is Done in Hock Island.
The bark aches at times with a
dull, indescribable feeling, making
you weary and restless; piercing
pains shoot across the region of the
kidneys, and again the loins are so
lame to stoop is agony. No use to
rub or apply a plaster to the back
in this condition. You cannot reach
the cause. Exchange the bad back
for a new and stronger one. Follow
the example of this Rock Island cit
izen. M. Felix, 930 Firth avenue. Rock
Island, 111., says: "It is now six or
seven years since I first used Doan's
Kidney Pills but I will never forget
what this remedy did for me. I suf
fered from a weak back and pains
across my kidneys and I was unable
to find anything that would help me.
While I was not laid up, my kidneys
were badly disordered and caused me
no end of annoyance. Finally Doan's
Kidney Pills were brought to my
notice and procuring a box at the
Harper house pharmacy, I commene
ed their use. In a short time I was
cured and since then I have had no
return of kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price f0
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo. N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Farmers, mechanics, engineers, firemen, painters, plasterers, railroad laborers
everyone who works is interested in the Gladiator Working Mpn Coat-Shirt.
It gives service and comfort till long after you've liad your money's worth.
Tbe GUdinor i mde generously, of br material no skimping tack U extra wide and lull won'l bind
and split annnoki and tleeveacm-coat system elbows double ttikknesj all important parts reinforced mol
double w iK bed. Tne (iladiator t cut lone doesn't "creep up" like a skimpy shirt put on and taken off juat
like a coat. Tbe biggest sum value iu the world. Laak fat "Gladiator" Trade Mark. ; V
YOUNG & McCOMBS.
sIl JT M ri IsTI m. Jir, in
You needn't worry about liow the bread or cake is
going to "turn out," if 3Tou make it with Occi
dent Flour. 1 1 took years ot experimentation,
years of patience and utmost skill, to produce
V a flour of such high quality, and such unfail
ing quality, as that to which we gave the name
Occident. . ,
So now, having attained the highest standard, we guard Occident
j Flour, against any influence any condition which would
tt lower its quality, just as we might guard treasure against
All the way, from the purchase of the best hard wheat, through every detail
of our milling process, through evtrv test
J science lias devised nothing but the b--st
9f is good enough tor thi? Hour which in to
bear the Occident label.
You will never make soirev lirpail or sa l cafcc with Occident
Flour. V'onr hukiii'r days will be happy days, tree
Vfrom worry. l't-ai': of minl is worth a I. it. Then
the economy of Oiciilcnt Flour! hetter breaJ anj
pastry, am! more of it per sack. That's our fuar
antre. Ask your grocrr for h.-citlent Flour. It you
are not plea !.! with it. he will retuaJ your money.
For Sale by All
Davenport Flour, Feed & Commission
To Sec Our Farm and Fruit
Land and They Find
HEALTHY, PLEASANT CLIMATE;' cool, pleasant sum
mers, little zero weather in winter.
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER, rainfall is as heavy as in
Illinois. Average depth of wells 25 feet.
RICH, PRODUCTIVE SOIL, ' that gives large yields of
any grain, fruit, or vegetable grown in the central states.
THE BEST OF MARKETS. We have land within three
miles of a city of 20,000 people that has four railroads
and boat lines. Freight loaded in the afternoon is in Chi
cago or Milwaukee for early market the following morn-
Prices on unimproved
$8, $10, $12 and $15 per acre.
Terms as low as $10 down and $5 per month on
40 acres. ; , '
If you should die before th3 payments are complete we
deed the land to your heirs.
EXCURSIONS EVERY FRIDAY.
For maps and 38-page booklet describing land and coun
try, write or call on
1700 Third Avenue, nock Island, III. Phone, Old, West 333.
- ' GEORGE W. 8WH1AKT, Chic.go, Ownrr.' "
"Made to Fit"
Company, Wholesale Distributors.
HIGH JOAN ;