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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910.
OF THE N
Jap Held as Spy? O. Ohashl, a Jap.
representing O. Ohashl & Co. of New
York, wu in Davenport yesterday with
his dignity slightly ruffled after hav
ing spent three hours in the guard
house on Rock Island arsenal, he claims.
Ohashl, who Is not familiar with the
customs of dealing with the govern
ment in the competitive bid system of
prospective selling agencies, stated
that he went over to the arsenal to
cell carbon paper, and, as this was so
remote from the usual proceeding, the
officers gathered him in and put him
in the guard house, believing they had
a spy of the Japanese government.
Ohashl happened to have a friend in
Davenport, whom he had known at
Harvard, where he had taken the lib
eral arts course, and his identity was
Boon established. When asked of the
Incident, the commandant denied knowl
edge of such an incident. In the mean
time Mr. Ohashl will doubtless study
the customs of selling his goods to
Leg Caught lr Wheel. Robert Don
pgan, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. L. Donegan, Harrison street,
buffered a fractured hip yesterday
when he endeavored to ride to school
on a passing carriage. The young lad's
left leg was in some manner caught in
the rear wheel of the carriage and he
was thrown around in a terrific man
ner, the force of the blow fracturing
his hip. He was returned to his home
Immediately after the accident and
medical attention was given him. The
city ambulance was later summoned
Und the boy was removed to Mercy
Orphan Here an Heiress. - Little
Viola Cain, 6 years old, an inmate of
the orphans' home in Davenport and
daughter of William Cain, a laborer of
Burlington, Iowa, is heireffs to $82,000,
her share of the $4,000,000 estate of her
g'reat-grand-uncle, W. A. Ogden of Mad
ison, Wis. The child's mother died sev
eral years ago.
Marital Troubles. A decree of di
vorce was granted by Judge House to
Mrs. Dora Boofter from her husband.
G. W. Boofter, on thegrounds of cruel
and inhuman treatment. In her suit
for divorce, which was filed through an
original notice In the district court,
Mrs. Edith I Cole claims that the con
duct of her' husband since their mar
Tlage has not been all that could be
desired. The defendant in the suit is
Glenn M.- Cole.
Obituary Record. The death of
Frank Brfnkmsmn occnrredvat the home
of his "step-brother, Charles Hoeper, on
City island. Tuesday night Deceased
had been sick forra longttime and death
was due to tuberculosis. He was born
May 20, 1888, in Mollne, and had spent
most of his life in and around Daven
port. He issarvived by his step-father,
Frank Slngiemann; his mother, Mrs.
Singlemann; ' a brother, August Brink
mann; a step-brother, Charles Hoeper,
and a sister, t Miss Sadie Brinkmann,
all of Davenport. Thc funeral was held
Lloyd MathewsVof Rushville spent a
few days with his mother. Mrs. Mar
tha Mathews, and his sister, Mrs. C
L. Gregory, this -week.
Mr. and Mrs. John ; Scannell and
children of Rcwk Island visited at the
home of Mr. Sannell's parents this
S. B. Galloway sf Washington, D. C.
left Saturday for his home after
spending a weekln this city, being
called by the deathof his.mother.
Dr. Mary Drydeniof Battle Creek,
Mich., is spending av few days with
Mercer county relatives.
Mrs. George Adams f La Plata,
Mo., who has been visiting her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. B.Cole, left
Saturday for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie have
been spending this -.week '.with Mr. afld
Mrs. R. J. McDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schenck of
Burlington were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Detwiler at few days this
Mrs. B. F. Barnes returned- Saturday
to her home in Canton , after a short
stay with Aledo friends.
A. McKinney and son, George, of
Rock Island have been visiting Aledo
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BJorkman and
family returned to their home in Rock
Island Friday after spending a few
days with relatives.
Thomas Fuller of Rock Island, who
enjoyed the reunion and fair last week.
returned Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lauber and
family-returned to their home in Rock
Island Monday alter spending a few
days in Aledo. .They were called to
this city by the illness and death of
Mrs. Lauber's mother, Mrs. Ann Rob
erts. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Talbott of Los
Angeles. Cal.. have been the guests
of Mr. and .Mrs. John Parkinson, and
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and we can
ANDERINE ia to the hair what freah ahowera
of rain and aunshine are to vegetation. It
oa riaht to the root, invifforatea and
trengthena them. Its exhilarating, atimulating and
life-producing properties cauae the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at
once imparta a sparkling brilliancy and vel
vety aoitness to the hair, and a tew weeks
use will cause new hair to eproat all over the
scalp. Use it every day tor a short time,
after which two or three times a week will
be sufficient to complete whatever growth
A l(3y from S. Paul writes io subatwes.
When I begn o!ng Danderlne my balr
would not come to my shoulders sod now
It Is sway below my blps."
Another from Nowarfc, N. J.
" I have been using Dsaderlne rectilsrly.
Wbenl flrat started to use ltl bid very lit
tie bslr.Dow I bave the most beautiful lone
snd thick hair anyone would want to have."
NOW at all druggists In three
sizes 25c, 50c and $1.00
Danderlne enjoys a greater sale than
any other one preparation regardless of kind
or brand, and it has a much greater aale than
ail of the other hair preparations ia the
FRFP To show how quickly Btadsrlae
acts, we will send a large sam
ple free by return mail to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
KNOWLTOH DAKOEMKE CO., CHICAGO. ILL,
with their same and addreaa and 10c
in ailver or stsmps to Day postage.
Are the Simplest, the most
Comprehensive, the BEST
your money can buy.
THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
E. J. STACKH0USE, District Agent.'
Phone West 950 0CK ISLAND 502 Safety Bldff.
left Monday for Brooklyn, N. Y., to
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Calhoun of Min
neapolis, Minn., have been visiting at
the home of Captain andjMrs. W. A.
Lorimer, leaving Monday for their
Miss Ixilu Cole of Bock Island re
turned Monday after spending a few
days with Aledo friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborn left
Monday for a week's stay in Chicago.
Their daughter, Edna, went to Mon
mouth to visit her aunt.
Mrs. Grace Lewis went to Mollne
Monday to visit friends.
Miss Selma Gustafson returned to
Mollne Monday after spending a week
with Miss Josle Bjorkman In thte city.
Miss Alice McCreight returned Mon
day to Galesburg after spending a
week with her parents, J. S. Mc
Creight. Mr. and Mrs? Charles "Warner of Ok
lahoma City, visited Aledo friends last
week, leaving Monday for Viola where
they will spend a few days before re
turning to their home In Oklahoma.
Dr. Ernest Morrison of Freeport re
turned Monday after -visiting a week
In this city. Mrs. Morrison will not re
turn until later.
Miss Nota Bassett left Monday for
a short stay In Chicago.
Mrs. E. P. Pike started Monday ev
ening for her home in Stromsburg.
Neb. She'has , spent five weeks with
Mercer county ' friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E..L.. "Wolff returned
Monday from a six weeks' trip
Rev. T. S. Pittenger returned Mon
day from Pontlac, jwhere he has at
tended conference. iHIs many friends
are much, pleased to'learn that he has
been returned to the Aledo charge for
Mrs. Frank Childs and baby left
Tuesday for their home in Porum,
Okla., after an extended visit with
Mercer county relatives.
Miss Anna Morris returned Tues
day to Rock Island. She was called
to this city to Attend the funeral of
her grandmother, Mrs. Ann Roberts.
Robert Candor returned to Kansas
City Tuesday after i sending a few
days with relatives Intthis city.
Mrs Sarah Everett left Tuer-y
morning for Muskogee, Okla., where
she will spend the winter with her
son, Ralph Everett and. family.
Lee Sellers of Rock Island visited
friends in Reynolds Tuesday.
The Misses Daisy Wait and Emily
Haskell are visiting relatives in Galva
M. B. Galloway is visiting at th9
home of W. G. Davis.
Miss Pearle Faasett of Rock Island
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Fassett.
Miss Dorothy Stevens of Rock Island
was the guest of Miss Ruth Haefele
Miss Irma Clark of Alexis spent Sun
day with her uncle, Harry Millett, and
S. P. Johnston of Des Moines, Iowa,
visited with friends here a few days
Mrs. Edward H. Garrett, who has
been visiting at the home of Oscar
Brehmer, returned to her home in Chi
Oscar Perry of Lawn Hill, Iowa, ar
rived here Wednesday for a short visit
with his cousin, Mrs. James Gaston.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers,
E. H. Guyer to Dan Johnson, lot 12,
block 9, Buford & Guyer's addition,
Rock Island, $285.
Dan Johnson to Charles Johnson, lot
12, block 9, Buford & Guyer's addition,
Rock Island, $350.
Rachel Kelso to George W. Walker,
part lots 3 and 4, block 1, Park Ridge,
David Hunt to Rachel R. Brenstrom,
lot 14, block 2, Midway, South Moline,
R. S. Woodburn to Joseph V. Bris
coe, tract in northwest quarter, north
east quarter, section 4, 17, lw, $250.
T. Richter & Sons to Alfred J. Jewell
part southeast quarter, northwest quar
ter, southeast quarter, section 10, 17,
Fries & Connor to William A. Cm
baugb, part lot 5, northeast quarter.
section 3, 17, 2w. $623.
Andrew O. Lindstrom to W. J. An-
dress, lot 4, block 5, Oak Hill Park ad
dition, Moline, $600.
Charles Myers to Retta J. and
Charles Garrett, lot 22, block 179, vil
lage of East Moline, $2,450. -
Andrew G. Anderson to Melvina
J. Swans on, lot 1, A. G. Anderson's
First addition, Mollne, $400.
White, Pope & Guyer to George W.
Walker, lots 17 and 18, block 185, East
Charles H. Pope to George W. Walk
er, lots 7 and 8, block 188, East Moline,
E. H. Guyer to George W. Walkei;.
lot 18, block 166. lot 14, block 181, vil
lage of East Moline, $600.
E. H: Guyer to George W. Walker,
lots 3. 4, 7 and 8, block 166, lots 7, 8
and 11, block 182, lot 11. block 188, vil
lage of East Moline, $2,400.
Edward Carl Phllllpsen to George W,
Walker, lot 11, block 190, East Moline,
Ann Bicknell to George W. Walker,
part lots 4 and 5, block C, Moline Wa
ter Power company's addition, Mollne,
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for 25 cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment Is superior to any plaster for
lame back, pains in the side and chest,
and much cheaper. Sold by all drug
Y. M. C A. Sits Option. On the eve
of its campaign for funds with which
to build a magnificent home for the
young men of the city of Moline one
that will be a monument to the whole
heartedness of the donors, the citizens
of this city the Young Men's Chris
tian association has secured options on
property on the southeast corner of
Fifteenth street and "Eighth avenue,
presumably for use as a site for the
proposed new association home. The
property, bordered on the east by the
real estate recently acquired as a islte
for the future home of the Moline club,
is an ideal location for a Y. M. C. A.
building, having a depth of 130 feet
and a frontage on Eighth avenue of
To Discuss Commission Plan. Chair
man C. F. Grantz of the joint commit
tee composed of members of the Retail
Merchants' association and the civic
improvement commission of the Mo
line club, which Is to boost for adoption
of the commission form of municipal
government in Mollne, announces a
meeting for this evening In the Moline
club rooms. At the session members
of the committee will prepare for the
circulation of petitions calling for a
special election on the question: "Shall
Moline have a commission form of gov
ernment?" At least 520 signers must
be secured before the election can be
ordered and the committee's intention
is to secure names in excess of this
New Minister Here Sunday. An
nouncement is made that Rev. D. S.
McCown, newly appointed pastor of the
First Methodist church, will deliver his
initial sermon here Sunday forenoon.
He will occupy the pulpit In the even
ing, too. Mr. McCown lives in Brad
ford, and he sends word that he Is pre
paring to move here. He will ship his
goods before Sunday and will move into
the parsonage early next week. Mrs.
Jennie Doney, widow of Rev. Thomas
Doney, has not decided where she will
reside. At present she Is In Galesburg
visiting relatives, and sh expects to
return to Rock Island next week. It
is probable that she will spend the win
ter In Union City, Ind., with her sister.
Obituary Record. Frederick S. Wes
ton of this city died Tuesday at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. J. P. Tibbetts,
who lives four miles east of Kewanee.
He had been suffering with tuberculo
sis. Mr. Weston was 46 years of age
and was born in England. He is sur
vived by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Weston, who resides at "the Tibbetts
home. The funeral services were at
10 o'clock this forenoon from Knox's
The funeral of John Frederick Carl
son will be-held at 2 p. m. Sunday from
the home, north of the old Weaver
homestead, southeast of the city. The
young man was born March 13, 1881,
on the farm on which all of his life
was spent. He leaves his mother, Mrs.
Louisa Carlson; his brother Oscar and
his sister Miss Olivia, at home. Mrs.
Elizabeth Johnson, wife of Rev. J. A.
Johnson of Dalbo, Minn., is also a sis
ter. In Minnesota are also one niece
and four nephews.
New Plant In Operation. After nu
merous postponements and delays in
dustrial activity actually started
Tuesday in the new plant of the Mar
seilles company in East Moline. The
majority of the departments of the
plant are now in operation, though
full forces of men have not yet been
put "on the job." The forces at
work in the Marseilles plant yes
terday includes nine (foremen, and
108 mechanics and laborers. This
figure does not include the force In
No One in Rock Island Who Has a
Bad Back Can Ignore This
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache is kidney ache.
With it comes dizzy spells.
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days,
Distressing urinary disorders.
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Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick
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That's what Rock Island sufferers
Profit then by another's testimony.
Twice-told and well confirmed.
C. L. Anderson, Second street,
Geneseo, III., says: "For several
years my kidneys were weak and dis
ordered and I had severe pains in
the small of my back. My sides and
hips also pained me and there was
a soreness across my kidneys. I had
a frequent desire to avoid the kid
ney secretions but the passages were
scanty and attended with pain. Af
ter I had taken a number of reme
dies without being helped, I got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be
gan their use. They removed my
pains and aches and corrected the
kidney weakness.' I consider Doan's
Kidney Pills worthy of my endorse
ment." (Statement given April 10,
No Trouble Since
On Jan. 3, 1910, when Mr. Ander
son was interviewed, he said: "The
cure Doan's Kidney Pills effected has
been permanent. I have often rec
ommended this remedy to my friends
and all who have used It speak of It
in the highest terms."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
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the general office. Machinery re
ceived to date from the old plant at
Marseilles. 111., filled 100 freight
cars. All this has been Installed in
the big buildings of the East Moline
Mrs. and Mrs. Conrad Schadt and
two sons of Carbon Cliff, visited from
Friday evening till Monday evening
with Mrs, Schadt's parents, Mrs. and
Mrs. Dave Steckman.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Skinner and
6on and Mr. Skinners' brother came
from Rock Island Saturday and stayed
ALL MY PIMPLES GONE
Girl Tells How a Blotchy Skin Was
Cleansed by a- Simple Wash-
"I was ashamed of my face,"
writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Al
tamahaw, N. C. VH was all full of
pimples and scars, but after using
D. D. D. Prescription I can say that
now there is no sign of that eczema
and that was three years ago."
D. D. D. has become so famous as"
a cure and instant relief in eczema
and all other serious skin diseases,
that its value is sometimes Over
looked in clearing up rash, pimples,
blackheads, and all other minor
forms of skin lmpurltes.
The fact is that while D. D. D.
is so penetrating that it strikes to
the very root of eczema or any oth
er serious trouble, the soothing Oil
of Wintergreen. Thymol and other
ingredients are so carefully com
pounded there is no wash for the
skin made that can compare with
this great household remedy for ev
ery kind of skin trouble.
D. D. D. is pleasant to use, per
fectly harmless to the most delicate
skin and absolutely reliable. A 25
cent bottle will give you positive
proof of the wonderful effectiveness
of this great remedy.
Harper House pharmacy.
over Sunday with Mrs, Skinner's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kane.
Miss Agnes Lamp and a party of
friends from Rock Island spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ed Sproston, Charles Huntley, T. E,
Cole, and Charles Burgoyne attended
the Aledo fair last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Strohmeier welcomed
a nine pound fooy at their home
There was born Sept. 24 to Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Splckler a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hays and baby
of Drury spent Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Britton.
Mrs. Louis Burmeister and daughter
Emma are spending the, week in Rock
Island and Davenport visiting relatves.
Miss Rosa Scdmidt of Rock Island
spent last week visiting the Misses
Mr. and Mrs. Krueger and Mr. 'and
Mrs. William Danner and son and John
Fir6t, all of Drury spent Wednesday
with their Aunt, Mrs. Anna Mounts.
Rev. J. R. Spiller of Marston has
accepted the call of the Baptist church
here as their pastor for the coming
year. Rev. Mr. Hudson who was to
come here has accepted a call some
where in Oklahoma. There will be
services here Sunday morning, and
eveniDg October the 9th.
Mrs. Anna Mounts had the misfor
tune Tuesday to badly mash her second
finger of the left hand.
Misses Kathryne and Maud Boney and
Mary Oldham and Eugene Householder
loft Monday evening for Chicago, where
they 'expect to spend several days.
Mrs. Josephine Strohmeier of Rock
Island came Saturday evening to
spend a two week's vacation here.
Walter Smith of Toledo. Iowa spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends
Mrs, Ben Halstead and Miss Lucy
Lester of Iowa returned home Satur
day after spending a week at the horn
of A. Kendall.
Mrs. Frank Cole and little daughter
of Monmouth are visiting at the homo
of Alvah Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ramsey re
turned home Saturday from a three
weeks' visit In Colorado.
Luther Kuhns and family of Roches
ter, Ind., who have been visiting with
Mr. Kuhns' sisters, Mrs. Whlsman and
Mrs. Stockberger. departed for Gibson,
Iowa, Monday. They will visit several
days there with Luther Packer and
family before returning home.
William Wbisman was unfortunate In
having $22 taken from his pocket
Thursday at the fair.
Rev. Mr. Cooper returned home
Tuesday after spending a few days in
Mrs. John Reaber is sick.
THE KEAL TREATMENT
AND THE ALCOHOL CRAZE
In Three Days the Patient Is Free
From the Ieiire.
It Is an important point In the treat
ment of periodical and habitual drunk
enness to reduce as much as possi
ble, the time and expense requirel to
obtain a cure. This may be done at
Ihe Neal Institute in Davenrort, av
821 Farnam street, where patients are
perfectly cured of all desire for alco
holic drinks in three days' time. Tho
Neal treatment not only destroys tne
craving for alcohol, but In addition
it restores the debilitated and weak
ened system to a normal, vigorous
condition. This destruction of "alco
holic crave" and upbuilding of the
patient's general health Is accomplish
ed without the use of dangerous hy
perdermic injections or injurious'
drugs. Only 25 doses of thi3 specific
for alcoholism are required to effect,
a cure. From the very first doE3 all)
desire is removed and a perfect cure
is effected In three days' time.
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street : : Rock Island, III.
CAPITAL $200,000. Established 1852. SURPLUS $100,000
Announces that it is now prepared to receive
On which it will Pay Interest at Four Per Cent
Safety Deposit Boxes
PHIL MITCHELL, President.
I. S. WHITE, Vice President.
C. R. CHAMBERLIN, Cashier.
K. T. ANDERSON, Assistant Cashier and
Manager Savings Department.
THE OLD BANK AT THE OLD STAND