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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS,-FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910.
Rock Islander Invest HeavUy. The
"Bale of the property of C. H. Klenze,
the commission merchant at 209 East
Second street for $25,000 has been
negotiated by the John G. - Birtnees
agency. Just who the purchaser is
Mr. Blrtnsss will not divulge except
that he is a resident of Rock Island.
The same gentleman has also pur
chased through the Birtness agency
the beautiful Andreason home from
the Andreason estate for a conslrd
eratlon of $20,000. Both properties
have been purchased as investments
C. H. Klenze has purchased a 600-
acre farm In Rock Island, formerly
owned by Senator Payne, as a third
deal carried out by the Birtness
May Take Over Water Plant.
Whether or not the city of Daven
port should own and maintain the
city water plant and whether it would
work a great benefit to the city ad
ministration by reason of the profits
returned therefrom, is the moment
ous question with which the city
council is at present wrestling. Dis
cussion of the proposition was pre
cipitated yesterday before a commit
tee of the whole meeting when the
fact that the franchise of the com
pany expires in 1914 was brought
before the body and when the com
pany s petition lor a renewal for a
period of 25 years was broached.
The city granted the company a
franchise on June 5, 1889, for a per
iod of 25 years and this is soon to
The franchise on which the water
company is now under operation pro
vides among other things that the
city has the right to take over the
plant at the end of the 25 years if it
so desires, providing, of course, that
sufficient notice is given of this pro
posed assumption of ownership. Ac
cording to the tetms of the franchise,
the city has but about six months
yet in which to give this notice.
Graduating Exercises. This evening
at 8 o'clock Brown's Business col
lege will graduate students from its
three courses; 15 from the book
keeping course, 14 from combined
course, and 23 from the shorthand
course. In the afternoon from 2 to
5:30, all of this year's students en
joyed a reunion or sociable on the
lawn and in the hall of the Outing
club. The regular program will be
gin at 8 o'clock. Prof. W. C. Was-
som of the Iowa State university will
lecture on the "Strong Young Man."
Miss Irma Kier, one of Brown's last
year's graduates, will give an exhi
bition in rapid touch typewriting.
Obituary Record. Cecel R. Ochse
passed away Wednesday night at
11:40 o'clock at the home of hia
mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs
L. M. Von Arx, 420 Va Brady street.
after an Illness of several weeks' du
ration, death coming at the age of
He was born In Leadville, Colo.,
Oct. 2. 1900, and came to Davenprot
with his parents when 1 year of age.
Besides , his stepfather and mother,
two sisters, Ruth and Helen, live to
mourn his death.
The funeral will be held from the
late residence, 4 20V4 Brady street
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Bur
ial will "be made in Oak dale ceme
Many farmers are threshing their
gram now, and the general report- is
that the yield is large and the quality
In 1902 a 200-acre farm near here was
purchased for $1,000. Last week this
same farm was sold for $37,500.
- A. D. Elliott sold 40 acres of unim
proved land to Ernest Zeits last week
The Misses Mildred and Mllllcent
Walt, who have been visiting at the
home of Oust Kendall, returned home
David Clark assisted Frank Tweedy
in the United States geological survey
during the absence of Fred Gross.
O. V. Pettit and R. P. Wait have had
new cement walks laid in front of their
The Misses Marguerite and Florence
Ketzle are visiting relatives in Canada.
Glen Davis and Richard Glasier went
to Montezuma, Iowa, last week to play
Royce Pettit, who has been visiting
in Galesburg, returned home Wednes
Celland McEntire returned home
Monday after a fortnight's visit
E. J. Zaunt, who was threatened with
pneumonia, is able to be up now.
Miss Alice Guilan of Rock Island was
m town Wednesday.
The carpenters and paper hangers
are working in the Montgomery build
ing. As soon as the work is finished
S. D. Wait & Co. expect to move their
goods into this building.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlliam McEntire, who
have been visiting In Vinton, Iowa, the
p.st three weeks, returned home Fri
Mrs. Castor of Buffalo Prairie and
Mrs. Seth Parmenter of Oklahoma
City, Okla., who have been visiting
Mrs. Castor, were shopping in the tri
ckles Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. C. C. Johnson and children
started for Wilton. Iowa Monday to
visit at the home of Dr. IL H. Johnson
Edward Cook and Will Clark started
for Canada Monday. They will live
on one of R. P. Wait's farms near
Moose Jaw, Sask.
. The Misses Edna and Julia Mallette
returned home Wednesday after a fort
night's visit with relatives in Hope,
Irs. Anna Nelson and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. N. A. Nelson, of Cambridge,
are visiting Mrs. G. H. Fassett.
Mrs. Myrtle Slyter and daughter,
Zrlma, who have been visiting in Nep
on&et, have returned to their home in
, Miss Hilma Johnson of Chicago is
visiting her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. J. A.
Johnson this week.
Anthony Wayne is visiting his con
s' n, Forest Wayne, in Orion.
Mrs. E. L. Streed and two children
are visiting at the home of G. H. Fas
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wait visited in
Gibson, Iowa, a few days last week.
Mrs. Nannie Maddox of Minneapolis
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. H
Miss Ruth Wait and Miss Isabelle
Patrick of Irwin, Pa., returned Mon
day from a visit with Miss Julia Craw
fold of Rock Island.
Miss Laura Duncan of Davenport,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs
P. C. Freytag. returned to her home
Fred Freytag Is visiting relatives in
Mrs. Olive Young of Harlan, Iowa, is
visiting at the home of John Castor.
Miss Anna Belle Breckenrldge of
Peoria is visiting Miss Mary Wayne.
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scrubbing and twisting that sends strong linens and
delicate fabrics to waste and the rag bag.
Peosta soap is absolutely pure and contains no sub
stances harmful to the life and wear of the fabric.
Ask your grocer one cake will convince you.
If he is all out, write us.
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A TIGHT MONEY SITUATION
can be easily relieved by a call at our
office. We make loans of $15, or more if
you want it. The service is quick, quiet
and polite rates consistent with justice.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY, Suite 411
412 Peoples National Bank Bldg, . Open
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Charles Hendricks, who has been in
CLlcago, returned Monday to com
plete his work on the Marseilles fac
Mrs. Harry Price of Peoria arrived
Saturday to join her husband, who is
Clair Long, who is camping at Co-
K.na, Bpent Monday at the home of Dr
J. H. Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Barmaster entertained
a number of relatives Sunday in honor
of the former's 33rd birthday. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Grans, Mr
and Mrs. John Brandt and children,
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Schoeve and chil
Cieu. Mr. Hildebrand and children, all
o Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs-Ira Max
Cld of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Grans
presented Mr. Barmaster with a leath
Ruth Clendenln returned Saturday
from a three weeks visit at Barrow,
Mrs. Fleming and daughter, Eva,
who have been visiting at the home of
Claus Rosenberger. have returned to
their home In Washington, Iowa.
Mr. Bryant, who has been visiting at
the home of Charles La Gellius, has
returned to'her home in Port Byron.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Rogers leff Sunday
for Rogers, Ky., where they will make
Ruth and Lymann Reynolds of Ma-
quoketa, Iowa, are visiting at the home
of their aunt, Mrs. Nettie Stultz.
Tracy Aldrich has gone to Geneseo
for a few days visit.
The entertainment which had been
p!anned by the Odd Fellows for their
families -has "been postponed for a
G. F. Schilling spent Sunday with his
wife, who is in Wilton, Iowa.
Mrs. George Baker, accompanied by
her sister-in-law, Lucy Baker left Tues
day for Whitehall.
Mathew Berryman left Wednesday
for New York. He will sail Saturday
on the steamer New York for St. Ives,
Ei gland, where he will visit his par
ents. He hopes to regain his health.
Mrs. O. E. Suderstrom left Saturday
or a visit wun relatives at oes
Lloyd Maudlin of Ladora, Iowa, has
Iclned his wife here for a visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Rob
More Sites for City Building. Two
more properties have been offered to
the city of Moline as a site for the new
city hall. Robert W. Rank has given
the city an option on his realty at the
southwest corner of Eighteenth street
and Fifth avenue, east of and In the
same block as the Moline public li
brary. The John A. P. Berg estate has
offered realty between Sixth and Sev
enth avenues on Twelfth street, direct
ly east of the Irving school.
Raise Price of Milk. South Moline
farmers who supply milk at wholesale
to the retail dealers serving the Moline
trade will hold a meeting Saturday af
ternoon at the Coaltown school house
to take steps to raise the wholesale
price of milk. Present prices of milk
at wholesale range from 12 to 14 cents
a gallon. It is proposed to advance the
price four cents a gallon, making the
range from 16 to 18 cents under the
new scale. ILthe increase at wholesale
is ordered, there will probably be an
advance of one cent a quart in the re
tail price. The housewife again faces
a new problem in the increased cost of
living, foi she may be called on to pay
as much as 8 or 84 cents, where now
she is paying 7 to iyz.
Employes Hold Picnic. Employes of
the D. M. Sechler Carriage company
and members of their families enjoyed
their annual picnic on Campbell's Is
land yesterday. There were about 300
In attendance when the program of
sports was called, but the crowd was
being Increased with arrival of each
island car during the afternoon. The
big attraction of the afternoon was a
ball game between employes of the
cornplanter department and workers in
the carriage department.
Did You Ever Try Cooking
On a Coal or Wood Range
In August, Mr. Man?
Try it some good hot day, 1
, v Most any day this month, and see
How long it takes you to make up
Your mind to put in a gas range!
Isn't your wife's health and comfort worth more than
the price of a gas range?
13 and Up
PEOPLES POWER CO.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson of
Jacksonville, Fla., went to Moline
Saturday to spend a few days.
Justice George A. Cooke and
daughters, Marjory and Martha, left
Saturday for a visit in Sandwich,
III., and Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dines and
family left Saturday for a month's
vacation in Quincy.
Richard Winger accompanied his
sister. Faith, to Davenport, Ipwa,
Saturday, where she will spend a few
days with her uncle. John Norwood
and family before returning to her
home in Newton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lemon left Sat
urday for a visit with Mr. Lemon's
brother, Richard Lemon, and family
in La Plata, Mo.
Funeral services for the late Mrs
D. S. Mayhew were held at the fam
ily residence Saturday at 1 0 a. m
conducted by Rev. J. M. Jones.
Miss Elisa Candor arrived in Aledo
Saturday from Winona Lake to
spena several weeks with Aledo and
Mercer county friends.
Mrs. Emma Waespe and daughter
returned to Moline Tuesday for an
extended stay with their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Frank Williams, who
Miss- Ruth Splcer returned to
Aledo from her recent visit in Dav
enport and Rock Island.
T. D. Young of Rock Island visit
ed his sister, Mrs. G. F. Harbour.
Hannes S. Olsson of Chicago has
been chosen musical director of the
William and Vashtl conservatory of
music. Mr. Olsson is the soli of Dr.
O. Olsson, former president of Au
gustana college. The vocal depart
ment is in charge of Henry II. Hall
of Boston, Mass. Miss Edith Morgan
will again have charge of the violin
Adolph Schneider and wife of Wash
ington. Iowa, were here on a week's
vifclt among relatives.
MJss Flora Repine of Rock Island
is spending: the week with Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Cora Brook man and daughter
lefc tor her home in Iowa after spend
lng a few weeks with her mother.
Mi t. G. Schneider.
Mrs. Ball of Silvis was a Taylor
Mrs. William Crawford, is entertain
Ick her cousin from Indiana this
Will Baker of Gibson, Iowa, spent a
few days visiting with his sister, Mrs.
Kitty Hofer last week.
Hugh Jones of Kairsas was in Tay
lor Ridge one day last week.
Tha Best Hour of Life
& when you do some great deed or dis
cover some wonderful fact. This hour
came to J. R. Pitt of Rocky Mt., N. C,
when he was suffering Intensely, as he
says, "from the worst cold I ever had,
then proved to my great satisfaction,
hat a wonderful cold and cough cure
Dr. King's New Discovery is. For,
after taking one bottle, was entirely
cured. You can't say anything too
good of a medicine like that." Its the
surest and best remedy for diseased
lungs, hemorrhages, lagrlppe, asthma.
Lay fever, and throat or lung trouble.
C cents, f 1. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by all druggists.
Dysentery Is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
has been successfully used in nine
epidemics of dysentery. It has never
been known to fall. It is equally
valuable for children and adults.
and when reduced with water and
sweetened, it Is pleasant to take. Sold
by all druggist
. ' OF GOLD
During Change of Life,
says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
Granlterille, Vt. -r- "I wag passing
throuph the Change of Life and suffered
and other annoyine
symptoms, and I.
can truly say that
pound has proved
of gold to me, as it
restored my health
and strength. I
never forget to tell
my friends what
Vegetable Compound has done for me
dnnng this trying period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter." Mrs. Chas. Uakclat,
No other medicine for womans ills
has received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement. Ko other med
icine we know of has such a record
of cures of female ills as has Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
For more than 80 years it ha3 been
curing female complaints ' such as
inflammation, ulceration, local weak
nesses, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, indigestion
and nervous prostration, and it Is
unequalled for carrying women safely
through the period of change of life.
It costs but little to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
asMrs-liarclaysays.it is "worth moun-
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instruction, and Miss Miriam is again
the Instructor of dramatic art.
A protest was filed by some of the
land owners in the Edwards Tlver
valle' on Aug. 1, when the petition
was presented in Mercer county
court. The petitioners have, amend
ed their petition so as to make it
less objectionable to the land i own
ers of New Boston township, and still
preserve the benefits for the Millers
burg, Mercer, Greene and Preempt
tlon townships. The matter has
been taken under advisement by
Ahart Martin died suddenly at his
home near Preemption Aug. 2, at
5:30 p. m. He was not thought to
be seriously ill until a short time
before his death. The funeral ser
vices were held at his home on Fri
day at 10 a. m., conducted by Rev.
Mr. Giddings of Preemption.
Mrs. Young and daughter, Alice
Young, came Saturday from Rock
Island to visit at the home of Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson Ramsey and
little son of Jonesboro, Ark., arrived
in this city Saturday to visit their
parents, Mr. and Mrs"! H. BiRelow,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ramsey.
Rev. William Story of Moline, a
former pastor of the United Presby
terian church of Aledo, preached
Sunday morning and evening in this
city, and is spending a few days with
old friends before returning to LTs
Miss Anna Lemon returned Satur
day from an extended stay In In
dianapolis and Winona lake. Her
father, A. M. Lemon, is still In the
sanitarium in Indianapolis, being
treated for cancer.
Miss Edith Merryman of Hopewell
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M.
J. Merryman. She was accompanied
to her home Monday by Miss Amy
Merryman of Lincoln, Neb., who is
visiting relatives in Aledo and vicin
ity. Mrs. Horace Boice went tp Gales
burg Monday to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Whitham and
Mrs. George A. Cooke "left Monday
for a few days' stay in Chiraeo.
Mrs. Ash and daughter, Helen,
went to Tampico, III., Monday, to
spend a week with friends.
Miss Mattie Eakman returned from
pit extended visit in Moline , Monday
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Osborn and
dF.uirhter, Edna, drove to Seaton Mon
day to take a train to Jewel, Iowa.
They were called to that place by the
serious illness of Mrs. Osborn's sister,
Mrs'. Clinton Myers.
Mrs. Mary Findley and daughter,
Bessie, left Monday for Boulder and
Denver, Colo., and later they will visit
in Mendon and other cities- In Ne
braska. G. O. Rlggs left Monday to Join the
PJst Iowa Military band for a month's
engagements, including Sparta, Wis.,
and the Iowa state fair.
Miss Tillle Herman went Monday to
Farmlngton, Iowa, to spend a week
with her sister and attend the Chau
tauqua. . -
Baker Galloway of Washington, D.
C, is In this city, being called by .the
sickness of his mother, Mrs Rachel
Ga.'ioway, who recently fell and broke
her hip and Is now critically ill with
but little hope of recovery.
Elmer Dean of Rock Island is the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Wright and
family this week.
Mrs. Emma Louven Davis of Poplar
BiuIF, Mo., came Monday to visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyd.
Mrs. Davie' father, Mr. Louven, was an
Aledo merchant in the early days.
Mls3 Grace Smith of Mt. Pleasant,
Iowa came Monday to vUit Mrs. Mattie
Smith, near Aledo.
Saturday last a baby girl was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menslnger at
the Mensinger and Frazier camp.
Harry Adam and eons, Geoorge and
Harold, went to Rock Island Monday to
C. E. Hill, O. M. Bisant and daugh
ter, Mrs. G. A. Hall, were here Sunday
gtfests at the home of Mrs. Anna
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Lee were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mr
August Light of Valley City, Iowa.
Miss Rose Mohr of Davenport, WU-
l'ain Necherlebe, Miss Nettle Auwater
and George Auwater of Rock Island
vlsfied at E. C. Henllne's Sunday.
Miss Ivy Lee gave a souvenir sur
prise party. Friday, evening at .Ful
scher's hall in honor of her cousin, i
M'es Grace Lewis of Connecticut
Abcut fifty invitations were out. A
pleasant evening was. spent and at 11
o'clock supper was served. Miss Lewis
received a number of nice souvenirs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Willis visited
relatives near Bawlesburg a few days
Mrs. George Johnson is here from
Nauvoo, 111., to spend some time with
Louis Klenau has gone to Savanna,
111., to take a place as fireman on the
E. C. Henline Is acting ticket agent
a; Watertown while Henry McNeaL the
a'.mt there, is making a tour of the
w st. Mr .Henline's wife and son, Carl,
have charge of the work here while he
L. N. Gray of Savanna, 111., visited
Hampton relatives Sunday.
Lawrence Holmberg is in Missouri to
PI end a few weeks.
In a contest between the Moline
h'gh school baseball team and the
H?mpton Browns recently, the latter
we n, 12 to 10.
A history of the Hampton M. E.
church was given Sunday by the pas-
t r. Rev. W. S. Read.
BIG SUN SPOT DISCOVERED
St. Loui Atronomer Xot Cluster
Between lUm and Center.
6t. Louis, Mo, Aug. 12. Rev. Father
Martin Brennan, the prlest-astronoTrer,
has discovered a heart-Ehaped Bpot on
The spot is estimated by Father
Brennan to be from 50,000 to 70,000
miles in width. It Is surrounded by 14
smaller spots, four of which are of large
The cluster is about midway between
the rim of the sun and the center.
Father Brennan was unable to discern
it with smoked glasses, but got a good
view through a telescope. Sun spots
are due to unusual activity in the sun.
Quick Relief for Rneumatlsm.
George W. Koons, Lawton, Mich,,
says: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit Tor rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot, had to bfc
lifted for two months. She began the
use of the remedy and Improved rapid
ly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up and
dressed herself and walked out for
her breakfast." Sold by Otto Grot
Jan, 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
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Aug. 19, 1910.
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It is easier to keep some children in health in winter than in summer. And
yet it is very important that the child should be strong and well during the hot
weather. In the first place, a very little ill is liable to develop into a large one
USE in summer because of the germs in milk,
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applications, but a cure can never be reached In this way, because such applica
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East Seventeenth St. Rock Island.