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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1910.
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2 1 NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS 1 a
Wife Charges Cruelty. On the
grounds that the conduct of her hus
band has bton i uch that her life i3 In
danger if she loiiper lives with him.
Mrs. Katherine A. Ivoester has Institu
ted divorce proceedings ia the district
court. She further claims that he at
tacked her and assaulted her while she
v, as sic
Ltr vvi'.h the proper tare. She asks
both temporary and permanent ali-luonv.
er, is only a matter of showing the
I sentiment of the people, as owing to
I an error in the manner of publication.
the mandate of the election was with
out effect. The vote is sufficient,
though, to warrant the supervisors in
proceeding with the plan to build a
tuberculosis hospital. The proposition
to erect a detention home, where it
will be .possible to detain delinquent
children without throwing them in
contact with the criminal element of
ck and has refused to provide the police stationa, was carried.
supervisors are empowereu uy uie vuia
to provide such a home in the county.
No Voting Machines. The people of
Scott county voted by good majorities
to turn down the proposition to buy
voting machines for the next and sub
sequent elections. The vote on the
fcpeci.il question relative to the voting
machines was against the machines by
a large majority, nearly every precinct
registering a majority against them.
Folk Here Saturday. The Christian
3:::deaor Vnion will biing ex-'.rover-
i.cr Joseph V. Folk here Eaiurday cv-j
taintr as the second number cf their!
entertainment course, lie will speak
ii: the Burtls instead of the First rros
1 yi'-riau church because cf the unusu
J .ly large demand for tickets. Holders
f . ,. .., Alleges Misuse of Purchase Money.
tre. The proceeds will be given to the j - -uniing mat toe ueitnuam, .u i
Visiting Nurses' aisociai icn to be us-d other men. misapplied money which
in the campaign against the white i v,ad been given them for the purpose
r iague. ; of a tract of land near Marion, Iowa,
o j containing about 053 acres, the Ilawk-
Fcr Hospital and Detention Home. 'eye Portland Cemeut company has in-propo.-iunn
submitted at the e!ec- c.tltuted suit in the district court for
1 ion tailing for expressions on the es- j tju, recovery of the sum of $16,920 al-
lows: Charles Schick, loss to build
ing $3,000, with $500 insurance. C.
Parr, loss to stock and equipment SI,
500, insurance carried $500; M. Weinz
weig, $2,500 shoe stock half lost, esti
mated $1,250, insurance $2,000; A.
Wood Creamery company, loss to stock
and equipment $500, covered by insur
ance. What caused the fire has not
; :.!i!g f a i
foil i ot-.iiiy cas.b'.l by a good ma
lt y. The c-ffect or" ;h-.- vote, fcowev-
! .'god to have been withheld by the de
ft luU'.iit, "V. K. Fo.shier, with W. fi.
Murlin and F. V. V.'ear. .The allega-
Mrs. E. L. Arterburn who has
been spending a week In Davenport,
returned Friday evening.
Miss Faye Lewis started Wednes
day for Denver, Colo., where she
will make an extended visit with her
sister, Mrs. K. N. Guthrie.
Mrs. Minnie Carrol and Mrs. John
Matchneer were sent as delegates
to the Woman's Foreign Missionary
society's convention held in Rack
Island Nov., 3 and 4. Mesdames
Mcllard and Woodraansee were
chosen alternates, and Miss Ethel
Lowry and Mary Cowan represented
the Standard Bearers
Mrs. J. Foster was called to Coal
Valley Thursday by the serious ill
ness of her mother.
Mr. and .Mrs. T. H. Cobb, and C.
V. Roberts were Rock Island visitors
Miss Lola Ellison is spending a
short vacation with Rock Island
friends this week.
Miss Ulrica Rorby of Battle Creek,
How to Have the B?st Cough
Tyrjp srd Save 2, by
Making lv. ac Heme. ,
turn is set for in by tne pensioner lUclL j rcJ t has been the guest of Miss
on or about Sept. 3, 1007, the defend-, T0iiie iMtpr for the nast week, leav
ing Thursday for her home.
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V--rC. ,-;. ;." as iuou.y could Vjy.
If . i '!i f)i;n ri:t. o ? of
T'.?:c (''.: cvm.- v.:,'-:') "i. a pint
f;l: ic v.r. . ;. ;, Si:.:r
1- "'":, yen vTA r,:r-o as much c ou .h
:yr.;; jc-.t eoul-'t buy ready-u-.ada
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ant owned nr. option on a piece of land
n. ar Marion. Iowa, and for which op
tica he claimed the sum of $3O,OS0. It
is claimed that an agreement was en
tered into hetwof-n Messrs. Murlin and
"Vear and the defendant for the pur
chase of the option on the land as wtll
rs Hie land, the or. 'ire cost to be $227,
15". The plaintiff, alleges that this
Ratify Name Change. Stockholders
of the D. M. Sechler Carriage com
pany held an adjourned meeting yes
terday and ratified the decision of the
board of directors in regard to a
change in name for the concern. Here
after it will be known as the D. M.
Sechler Implement and Carriage com
pany. The majority of the stockhold
ers were represented Ty proxy at the
meeting, only 92 shares being unrep
resented. A 10-hour day Is in force
at the present time in the Sechler
plant and a full Force of men is kept
busy getting out finished product with
which to fill a large number of orders.
The length of the working day will be
Increased during the coming month
provided business warrants such a
change In program.
Gunsaulus Here Next Monday. Dr.
Frank W. Gunsaulus, president of Ar
mour Institute, Chicago, will be the
guest of honor at a special reception
to be given Sn the MoJine club rooms
next Monday evening at 6:15 o'clock.
The reception will be tendered by
members of the After-Dinner club,
which will hold its regular monthly
dinner the same evening t 6:45. At
this dinner Dr. Gunsaulus will be the
chief speaker, the subject of his ad
dress to be "The Man of the Orient
in a European Looking Glass." At
present the After-Dinner club has a
membership of more than 200, but the
membership limit has not been reach-
C. J An.an left Thursday for hijMt,mher8 of tke club are at berty to
have friends as their guests at the
regular dinners but in such case they
are requested to notify the secretary
on the Saturday preceding each dinner.
home in Buckiin, Mo., after a
days' visit with friends.
Miss Grace Guthrie returned
Thursday from LaSalle, 111., where
sl'e has been visiting her brother,
Dr. F. A. Guthrie and family.
The U. I. S. passengers to Rock
amount was turned over to the defend- Island from Aledo on Thursday af
ternoon numbered 70, going to har
? ec t cough,
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it ta-. Lol.I
rd his business collaborators and
ihat the purchase of the land was con
: e.Trr-n'ed. The plaintiff claims that
the real cost of tlw land was $1 1 :5.('.7't,
;,!i.s the p.'ko of the option, iiiid that
i ho diif; rotice in the two sums was
divided among the three. The sum
s ied for is that v.Meh is claimed was
received by Mr. Forhier over and
ahove what was justly due Lim for
option on the land.
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Democratic Judges Elected. The re
ins from the four counties in this
judicial district show that Hon. Wil
!;pai Tiifophilus of Scott county, L. J.
Tloran of Muscatine, A. P. Barker of
Ciintoa and A. J. House of Jackson
county, all democratic candidates, are
eii clod to the district bench.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin and
Irvjn Palmer went to Davenport by
Miss Grace Brancht left Saturday
for Chicago to spend two weeks with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Sarah Gross jean returned to
her home in Rock Island Saturday
; after spending some time in this
city with relatives.
Mr. find Mrs. C. A. Bentley left
Saturday for Des Moines, Iowa, to
spend a few days with friends.
.Mrs. George Reed and her daugh
ter Lor. ore are spending a few days
in Monmouth this week, attending
a bouse party at the home of Mrs.
! Fletcher Smith.
Runaway Boy Caught. Beating his
way without money or adequate pro
file address of Colonel Roosevelt on tection from the cold, little Charles
Smith, aged 11 years, son of Albert
Smith. 309 Nineteenth street, Moline,
was arrested at Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
as he was alighting from a box car.
Two weeks ago the lad ran away to
Chicago with a Silvis lad and was
brought back here. This time he did
not even have an excuse such as his
"potato diet" story which he told the
Chicago authorities. His father left
here to secure the boy. What will be
done with him Is as yet undecided.
The authorities may take the matter
in hand and declare the youngster an
incorrigible and send him to the state
reformatory. He is treated kindly at
home, according to his own statements,
and has no other reason for leaving
than that he wants to see the world.
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cured the ex
sale of the well
Poole hand deco-.
Pleasure to Be In County Jail. The
principal item of interest in police cir
cles yesterday was the sentencing to
the county jail, on a charge of vag
rancy, of Gust Peterson, a local brick
layer, who is capable of earning $5 or
Mrs. Bert Middaugh and little
Loss Partially Insured. Only a rr- .'daughter formerly of Galesburg,
tial i tbtiraiiro covers the loss to the now of Davenport, Iowa returned to
ovner and tenants of the Schick build- Davenport Saturday after spending
in.4 at -11S-422 Ilarrison street, which three weeks with relatives in this
was piactictilly destroyed yesterday : city.
morning, when fire broke out in the ' Miss Luther who has been visit-
re ar of the building in a large pile of ins friends in this city, left Saturday i G a day if he would get up and woYk,
t-ut -trs and rtr.'ush. The owners esti- for her home in Chicago. according to allegations made by the
n.ate their loss and insurance as fol- Mrs. Thrasher and Mrs. Davis of!)0ice peterson is said to have
Chieecro who have been the guests j shown symptoms of pleasure when
of Mrs. John I-oster for a week lett, told by the poiice magistrate that he
i aiurc.ay ior ineir nomes. wag due to repose in the county bas
I Ii. llogan ioft Saturday for Rocktile for 72 davs until after the mid-
i''le ; jsifr.d to spend a lew days.
Among the passengers to Rock
Island Saturday morning were, Mrs.
George Bitts and Misses Nellie Ives
and Van Ness, going over the R. I. S.
rated china and are show-
ment. This is the ilrct
of Mrs. Poole's
given in Pock
M.'i.-iv Rock !hi!.l Readers
Hoar.1 It and Profited Thereby.
"Good revs travels fast," and the
thousands of V ol back sufferers in
Rock Island are clad to learn that
prompt relief is wi'hin their reach.
Mt'tiy a lai.ic. weak and aching back
t' Island and we cardiatly ('i
invite yov. to call and in
spect this line an.l ee con
vinced cf its " r.crioiily,
as Mrs. Poole's work i
second to none.
Remember we -ivc yoa
espeit ' framing- and mat
cutting and carry the most
complete line of rnonld-
injo this side f Chicago.
is had no t
Kidney Pills. Thousands upon
thousands of people are telling the
rtoed news of their experience with
old qttaker remedy. Here is an ex
ample wotih reading:
Gustave L. Cflslrom, West Fx-
httiice street, G: neseo. 111., says:
"About three years ago I took Dean's
Kidney Pills and the contents of
three boxes, brought the most satis
factory results. At thai tiiro T suf
fered a great dal from ;'-. ohe
and war anno'-ed l,y dull pains aerors
winter holiday season. The police are
of the opinion Peterson should go to
the county farm. But he refuses to
go there and it is alleged he fears he
would have to work. However, the
t-aturciuy ;or j.eynoi.is to visa tncir 1ail nd snendlne the greater
Inart of the winter. Peterson spends
Mr. and .Mrs. Marry Harbour left , nt avr.. tn froinar to the
daughter. Mrs. Eva Kctitel.
The A!eM and Knoxville high
schools played football in Knoxville
Saturday. The game resulted in a
score of 6 to 0 in favor of Knoxville.
Mrs. Pepp.ers of Muscatine is visit
inng for a few days with her aunt,
Vrs. Annie Mounts.
Albert Beaumont met with quite
a painful accident .Monday. As he
was hitching up a team of horses
one of the animals started away and
in catching it he received a jerk that
threw bis shoulder out of joint and
he lay out in the field half an hour
before he was found, his army lying
in such a way thnt he could no
Captain Charles Brusso has come
home to spend the winter here as
the steamboat business is about
over for this season.
Mrs. Florence Cole went to Pre
emption last Sunday to stay for
The ladies of the Baptist church
will give a fair at the town hall
Thursday. November 24.
Per i'?nkeaiieji, Dpisin, j Mrs. Kimball and son of Musea-
'I i my loins. Other symptoms of dis-
; ot doed kidneys v.ere in evidence, the .
(', niof one being a too freaoeut do-'
j'l ! s-ti:'.? to pa's t'ie kidney s ""rations. :
!'! : I tried a grat deal of medicine but
i it was Kit lor Doan s Kuinoy fins
ilo relieve me. I have had no return
! attack and for th.Pt reason, I shall
always ha vc a good word for Loan's:
Kidney Pills." !
For sale by all foalors. Price "0
reuis. l-'ostor-Milburn eomnary. Bttf
i'.ib. Now York, sole agents for the i
L'riire.i States. ;
rtemember the name Doan's
and take no other.
the greater part of his time in a half
intoxicated condition, it Is alleged by
the authorities. He is of middle age
Mrs. John Bergandahl of Moline
was a guest last week of Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Eric Bowman is entertaining
her brother from Bishop's Hill.
II. Biggs and wife have returned
from a visit in Iowa.
After a visit with his son, Cla-
! SZappy, Happy,
Marvel for Sore Feet. Acts Right
lT:oae West 1400.
:i-ors Always Welcome.
ft fy V Morphine and ! tine came Sunday morning an
lf Wftnpr"tUot. j visited at the home of Mr. and Mrt
ilJtt nntil Monday.. .
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tr. tn ' 1 fi I'' ht niMii i u iiic upper
SnltLss room here Monday.
I,"iTITnT? ! Mrs. Susan Smith went to Rock
uut Mew ana iJitrerent
System cf Loaning Money Is the Best,
j Haiest and Cheapest,
Get the amount you want.
Keep as long as you need it.
Tay back weekly or monthly.
Pay for time money is used.
xo ch.m:gi:s jrrnn ; i r,n n:oi loan. gi:t kvkv with
voi ?: i I'B'Toits.
Reliable Loan Co. we1stphiono.
ieOC'V' Second Avenue.
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iMctnu hiiMiii.v in t-i. iir-i auii v i Ti
re I'.eo who come to spend. Monday
with b"r it being her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kane who
live below Muscatine came Saturday
pnd visited until Monday at the
home cf Jam es D. Kane.
S?ve3 an icwa Man's Life.
The very grave seemed to yawn bo-
I fore Robert Madsen of West Burling
ton, Iowa, when, after seven weeks in
the hospital, four of the best physi
cians cave him un. Then was shown
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of frightful suffering from liver rou
ble and yellow jaundice, getting no
help from other remedies or doctorsJ
five bottlr-s of this matchless medicine
complete ly cured him. It is positively
guaranteed for stomach .liver or kid
nav i.riY.ls9 nnd never dlsannolnta.
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fc- ' Onj,y 50c at all druggists.
All the uewr, an tne time The
5ore Ftf JIfTrt After ratnjc TIZ.
Good-bye imrc foft .achlngr feet, swol
Kn fret, sweaty feet, smelling feet,
Good-hye corns, callouses and bun
ions nr.4 raw Kpots.
Tou ve never tried anythlnjc like TIZ
before for your feet. It Is different from
anything ever before sold .
It arts at once and makes the feet
fefl remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TIZ is not a powder. Powder and
other foot remedies clojr up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exudations
which bring on soreness of the feet, and
is the only remedy that does. TIZ
cleans out every pore and glorifies the
feet your feft.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face in pain, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and callouses.
You'll feel like, a new person.
If you don't find all this true after
trying a bo of TIZ, you can get your
money right back.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at J.
cents per box. or it will be sent you di
rect if you wish from Walter Iuther
Dodge & Co., Dodge building, Chicago,
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rencei O. Hodgson, W. C. Hodgson
has returned to his home in Gales
burg. Little Ruth Peterson Is sick with
Frank Schafer, the new livery
man, has purchased the property of
George Dirreen and will 'occupy the
same about Dec., 1.
C. O. Johnson has sold his stock
of groceries to Will Tripp and wife,
and will move to Moline where he
will continue in the grocery business.
Miss Grace Benson of Hampton is
a guest of Mrs. George Dirreen.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO THE
Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul Rail
way. Take advantage of the low round
trip homeseekers fares in effect on
the first and third Tuesdays of each
month during the remainder of
1910, and investigate the wonderful
opportunities in all lines of business
along the new Chicago, Milwaukee
& Puget Sound railway in the Da
kotas, Montana, Idaho and Washing
ton. These tickets bear final return
limit of 25 days from date of sale
and permit of liberal stopovers. De
scriptive literature and full Infor
mation from any Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul agent or representative,
or F. A. Miller, General Passenger
Plotters Must Die.
Tokio, Nov. 10. The finding of the
special court ornaglzed to try the plot
ters against the life of the emperor
was announced. Twenty-eix persons
were found guilty, including the ring
leaders, Kotoku and one woman, the
wife of Kotoku. The court recom
mends "the severest penalty undier
clause 73," which provides capital pun-iMiment.
There 7& tily cno
Similarly named remedies sometimes
deceive. This first and original Cold Tablet
la a WHITE PACKAGE with black
and red lettering, and bears the signature of
Something New for
Make It Yourself.
Until the discovery of the
wonderful new drug product,
Mentho-Laxene, everybody had
o rely on ordinary cough mix-
ures, usually composed of
orphine, opium and the like;
but now the most effective and
popular cough syrup is made
at home with essence mentho
laxene. Here is the formula:
Essence mentho-laxene .
Granulated sugar syrup
. .24 oz.
.13 V oz.
Buy of your druggist or have
him order it from the whole
saler, two and one-half ounces
of essence mentho-laxene;
empty it into a pint bottle and
fill up the bottle with granu
lated sugar syrup. To make
the syrup, use a pint of sugar
and a half pint of boiling wa
ter, stir it, let cool and mix It
frith the mentho-laxene.
This makes a fine curative
laxative cough syrup, superior
to anything you can buy at
four times the price. Take in
teaspoonful doses 8 to 10 times
daily. It loosens the tightest
cough In an hour and is fine
for old people and for children
for they like to take it, and
by its tonic, cleansing healing
and laxative properties it pre
vents pneumonia, lung fever,
and other complications of
There is no case too bad for
it to overcome.
Elm Trees Supplied
Any Size and Quantity for Fall Planting
r-,vr ... IK :..r. :
We have con
2,000 elm trees
and can supply
any size and
quantity for this
A phone or
card will have
one of our rep
on you and will
help you make
and give you
grow for one
year. AH plant
ing and trim
ming of trees
done under the
E. P. Zimmer
ELM TREE CO.
Phone W. 440-L.
1819 17th St., Rock Island.
Our watchword in the manu
facture of our home made car
amels, taffies and peanut can
II. E. Casteel, Pres.
Of course we give the same at
tention to quality and flavor,
Products are considered the
best in the city.
"Her Choice at AH Times." 8
Our home made horehound
candy will cure your cold.
1716-1718 Second Avenus. Both
M. S. Ileagyt V. P. IX. B. Himmon, Oaah.
ctylaftA2fa fuwecfonz ou con
domSL yfcng you 7i$Ltc
4"cl (afccnvtyt -
Just TUY putting your money in our bank and watching the
balance to your rredit grow, and nee if it doii't make you feel
better to save and have o good bank account.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety 4 per cent.
Central Trust & Savings Bank