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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
Licensed to Marry. William J. God--in
of Rock Island and Miss Anna J.
H:den of Springfield, 111.
Youthful Fugitive Sought. Loaded
down with flOO bills which it is alleg
ed he stole from a Hoboken, N. J., con
cern tor which he worked, John Ray
nor, a messenger boy of that city. Is
nought by the police In response to a
telegram which waa received from Chi
cago. The information which is given
in the dispatches from Chicago state
that Raynor was in that city during the
past few days, but that he is thought
to have gone westward and may be
headed for Davenport. A fharp look
out is being maintained for him by the
officers. It is claimed that Raynor
was intrusted with about $2.wm in
cash by the eastern firm for which he
worked, and that he took the entire
roll, which consisted chiefly of $100
bills, ar.d skipped out. Since then the
authorities of the eastern cities have
been on his trail, but have as yet fail
ed to apprf-hend him. He is described
r.B being of Ji;rht build and Eallow com
plexion and about 1C years old.
Assists Friend; Lifts Watch. While
pretending to be aiding his friend while
negotiating the icy walks on West Sec
ond street, Ernest Schmitt deftly lift
ed a gold watch and chain and made
;.ood his getaway with the articles be-
the accusation which was lodged
.,:, ov.... u
aftiinni oi imim ny v I1HUUS rvonil, IOT-
mer owner of the hotH at Second and I
Scott streets, who was the victim of
the iheft. A formal charge of larceny
from the person hns been brought
apainst Schmitt by the police. Schmitt
was brought in by De.ect.ve Sanford
soon after thp alle then was com -
mittrd. He had the watch and chain
still on him and the evidence is strong
ngalimt him. With the two rm-n was
another man. hut he has not been 8r -
Ob.tuary Record..Tohn V. l.ensch. a j
weal. hy. retired farmer of Elclrldge. !
""'i i ins nome yesrernav after a
'incerin lllns r.f c-f.,-o l t
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last six months-or which he had been j Byron Warren last week presented
. onfmed to h!s hoi. He was 7." years j the ladies of the M. E. Aid society with
of ngr and had lived in the town of!a S3K orean in he lined In the. new
Eldridge over 1J" years.
A telegram hits been received by rel
atives near Da-venport of the death In
Tyler. Texus. of Robert J. McCool.who
lied at a liosrriial In tliat city Wed
nesday, Jan. In. from serious throat
trouble. Mr. iMcPool waa horn and
raised in Scott, county, living near Le
Lives There a Woman with Soal so Dead,
Who Does Not Want Nice Hair on Her Head?
Certainly not! Every woman admires beautiful hair and wants
it. Every woman can have nice hair. Not the kind that may be
purchased at the store, but real live hair growing on her own
head. Ther is nothing quite as handsome as a nice head of nat
ural, fluffy loir.
NKwmurs HEKi'icim: makes that kixt of hair
It is no trouble to have nice
hair. If not interfered with
the hair will grow long and
luxuriantly. The most de
structive and most prevalent
form of hair trouble is dan
druff. Herpieide kills the germ
which causes-this annoying ac
cumulation, keeps the scalp
dean and prevents the hair
fnoni falling out. This allows
the follicles not already atro
phied to spring into life, shoot
ing forth from the tiny bulb
new healthy hair.
The effect of Newbro's Her
pieide is truly marvelous. The
terrible itchinjt which charac
terizes dandruff stops almost
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The more of it you have employed for you, the leas you need
(5 to work yourself. If you keep on f ving and putting your savings
O u work, the funded capital of your earnings will gradually take
( mo the bunion and you will not need to work at all. You can open
r an account with tlus good strong bank with one dollar or more.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
0 Checking Accounts Solicited. Safety Boxes for Rent.
1 Rock Island Savings
1721 Second Ave.j J3ank. 1 Rock lsland I
Claire until he went to the south some
SO years ago.
Nicholas Gnldner, for nearly a quar
ter of a century a resident of Daven
port, died in Lyons, Kan., last Satur
day, the news of the death having Just
reached Davenport. He left Daven
port two years after his marriage In
1876. and was well known in the vi
cinity of Lyons, being regarded as one
of the earliest settlers of the new com
munity. R. K. Bylngton, an old resident of
the city, died at the home of his eon,
J. C. Bylngton, at 1210 Harrison
street, Thursday night, death being
due to pneumonia. Deceased was al
most 79 years of age. He was born in
New York Sept. 14, 1882, and came to
Davenport about 40 years ago. He is
survived by two sons, J. C, and W. C,
living at 615 Belle avenue. He also
had relatives in the ease The funeral
will be held Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock from the home of his son, 1210
Harrison street. Rev. J. A. Burchit
will officiate and interment will be in
Campbell lodge No. 671. K. of P. held
their annual installation of officers
Monday night and the following offi-
icers were installed: Chancellor, W. D.
Kitchen; Vice chancellor, W. J. Jones;
Prelate, W. Coates; Master of arms, G.
Norton: Master of work, George Dir
reen; Master of finance, Ben Rah;
Keeper of records, W. A. Jones; Inner
Mrs. D. E. Scott is quite sick with
an attack of the grip.
Mrs. A. Coulter of Indianapolis.
Ind.. has arrived for a visit at the
v, ,,r D,of nr.. r, m.c
R r Youne
j p p shepperd who has been sick j t'harley Swanson who was found
for the ,a8t 10 d ,g better and able on the floor at his home 2 miles
' to hP about again southwest of town is slowly improv-
j The Methodist Aid BOcIety met Wed. In. He is at the home' of his son
at M. w. G Ausbrook-S withFr!,nk; e, ,
ia , attendanoe. The ladies sewed j aul V"eed is lc' .
ial! afternoon, making aprons. They Phraer, South, .r
..aaa . ' vT . 4v. i. on a farm 3 miles west of Orion fell
Mrg. Will Filhen and Mrs. Marland.
Lnnch waa served.
The Baptist Aid society met Wed
nesnnv with Mrs Jnhn Ms a-enn
church which will be Installed in the
early spring. Mr. Warren's gift is
Mrs. W. M. Driggs who has been
quite sick for several days Is again
Kouis Miller has rented his new
house on Fifth avenue to n Mr. Mar -
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with the first application. Th
hair takes on a shine and lus
ter, beautiful to look at and
indicative of a clean healthy
This preparation is now rec
ognized as the standard and
original remedy which kills
the dandruff germ and makes
all hair beautiful.
Send 10 cents in postage to
The Herpieide Co., Dept. 2B.,
Detroit. Mich., for a nice sam
ple and booklet telling how
everyone may have good hair.
Herpieide is sold and guar
anteed by all druggists. Appli
cations obtained at good bar
bershops and t-'r dressing
land and family who came from Mar
seilles. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ausbrook return
ed Saturday evening from the southern
part of the state where they were call
ed by the death of Mrs. Ausbrook's
mother. Her sister. Miss Rachel, came
with her to make her home here.
The Athletic club will give another
masquerade ball Saturday night at M.
W. A. halL
The M. E. ladles held their bakery
sale last Saturday but on account of
the bad weather were not very success
ful. Philip Pierce will move his family
into the Golden property recently va
cated by Ross Trout's family.
The Methodist Aid society will hold
a box sociable at Woodmen hall soon.
The exact date has not been fixed.
Mrs. John Adolph was called to Mt.
Pleasant .Iowa, on account of the ser
ious illness of her husband who is
employed there at the hospital
Mable Pearsall left Thursday for Ot
tawa, 111., to spend a few days.
Mrs. Walter Schave's sister, Miss
Hintz was brought to her home Mon
day where she is lying very ill. She
has fceen working at Moline and was
taken sick there.
Aunt Susan Blackfan, aged 84 yes
terday fell at her home and frac
tured her her left arm at the elbow.
Berf Samuelson is taking a busi
ness course at Augustana college.
Miss Alice Ferguson left Monday
for I'rbana where she will take a
course in domestic science.
j lss t.'iara uanieison is visiting
ilPr 'Ster in Iowa.
iTS- . "imams or kock isiano
spent ouDoav ana monaay wiin ner
sister Mrs. Frank Fullerton.
last Sutarday evening and hurt her
head. She was unconscious for 24
hours but now she is improving.
Merel Larson is sick.
The Plymouth circle met Thurs-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
j Grant Fair.
( Margaret Willey celebrated her
'lfHh birthday anniversary Tuesday
'evening, entertaining a number of
j friends. Games were played the
' prize being awarded to Mrs John
Dnrmsdy. The dining room was
j prettily decorated in pink and white
;and a three course luncheon was
The ladies' octet of East Moline
j will sing Saturday evening at the
iBtirtis opera house in Davenport.
! Charles Parrot returned Tuesday
; evening from Oklahoma City for a
; visit with his parents. He has been
! travelling with the international avl
ators for some time.
! Star camp of the Royal Neighbors
! held regular meeting Tuesday ven
jing. Miss Rene Dunbar was lnstal-
led as organist. A committee was
j appointed to plan a masquerade ball
'to be given Feb. 3. in I. O. O. F. hall,
j Mrs. George Williams entertained
j teachers of the Lincoln building at a
dinner Wednesday for her sister,
i Ethel Adams, the occasion being
;ber birthday anniversary.
Mrs. A. C. Booker who has been
visiting her husband A. C. Booker
for the past two months has gone to
Chicago to spend the remainder of
A sleighing party composed of the
following boys and girls enjoyed a
ride Thursday evening. Larkin San
did ge, Ray Noden, Karl Otte. Vincent
Parrot, Stephen Bomhoeft, Harry
Palmer, Vera Parrot, Lestine and
IJelen . Musgrove, Ruth Clendenin,
Dorothy Peterson and Katheryn Wil
ley. FLEAS EPIDEMIC CAUSE?
Biologist Rlamen Tnnects for Spread
of Infantile Paralysis.
Middletown, Conn., Jan. 21. That
the spread of Infantile paralysis may
blood sucking insects carried In the hair
blood-sucking insects carried in the air
of cats and dogs is the statement made
I in a report which has been prepared
j for the -state board of health by Pro-
fes?or Herbert W. Conn, head of the
biological department at "Wesley an un
We offer $100 reward for any case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Toledo, Ohio, j
We, the undersigned, have known J
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years.'
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business trai-nactions and finan-
i i dally able to carry out any obliga -
j! tions made by bis firm.
, jWALDING. K INN AN & MARVIN.
S Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
jnally, acting directly npon the blood
'and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
! Take Halls Family Pills for con-
Breaks Leg in Fait. Herman Olson,
aged 17 years, residing at Twentieth
avenue and Thirtieth street. Rock Is
land, employed at Williams & White's
here, was painfully Injured when he
was going from one part of the shop
to another and broke his left leg two
inches above the ankle. He was taken
to the Moline city hospital, where he
will be confined several weeks.
Gneen Heads Merchants. Roy J.
Green of Green Bros., was at the an
nual session elected unanimously to
the office of president of the Retail
Merchants' association of Moline. He
is promoted from the vice presidency.
The membership unanimously voted to
make Fred Sundeen vice president and
Irwin Ross corresponding secretary-.
Mr. Ross succeeds Fred Berglund, who
was nominated, but declined to serve.
A. C. Vander Vennet was elected treas
urer to succeed W. J. Talty. The new
board of directors is composed of:
First ward John Day; Second ward,
Huga Stange; Third ward. John H.
Grilk; Fourth ward, N. E. Hokinson;
Fifth ward, Ed Holmquist; Sixth ward,
C. S. Trevor: Seventh ward, Ed. Cow
ley; East Moline, Rene Van Spey
broeck; Silvis, Charles Anderson; Wa
tertown, Robert Pearsall; Barstow, An
drew O'Brien; Carbon Cliff, Neal Hen-
Olson Candidate for Mayor. Mayor
Olson yesterday made the announce
ment that he will be a candidate for
the nomination for mayor under the
commission form of government at the
primary which will be held this spring.
The only other candidate who has so
far made an announcement for that
office is George O. Lovejoy, the insur
ance man.- Clark G. Anderson, now
city engineer, made the announcement
that he will be a candidate for com
Bob Sled Overturned. A party of
local young people engaged a bob sled
from Black well's livery and sleighed
into the upper end of the county
Thursday evening, enjoying an oyster
supper at the Hampton farm of Eric
Peterson. T,hey bring back news of an
accident th all hut proved serious
The trip w(without ;ncident till the
return honl was begun, but while
homeward nturid the bob tipped in
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whisks you away from win
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blossoms. A delightful trip
on a perfect train newly
equipped throughout this
season amid the elumbroug
satisfaction of a downy
berth the pleasures ef a
modern Pullman a libra
ry, buffet and observation
car and the service of bar-
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citals every day and a chef
whose dishes are a delight.
Daily to El Taso,. Los
Angele?, Santa Barbara,
Del Monte the Golfer's
Paradise and San Fran
cisco via the route of low
Write, call or 'phone for our
beautifully illustrated book,
"California" and other infor
mation relative to a trip to
S. F. Boyd, Dir. Pass.
F. H. Piummer. City
f East r
I West -
Pun. Airt- 1KHO 2d Ave.. i f
rounding a sharp curve In the road
near Watertown, according to members
of the sleighing party. They say there
was a wild scramble in a snowbank,
and that after all had righted them
selves the bob sled box was placed
again in proper position and the Jour
ney was continued. None was injur
ed. On the other hand, the livery
driver who made the trip stated that
no such accident occurred. He says
he certainly would have known it if
the bob had overturned.
The youngest twins In the village
are a boy and a girl who arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boyle
Mr. and Mr. F. E. Goodard have ar
rived home from a three weeks' visit
at the home of Mrs. Goodard's mother
at Mattoon. Mrs. Goodard's mother
accompanied them home to. Silvis for
an extended visit.
The village Is still demanding better
street car service.
John Foster of Sixth street had the
misfortune to slip and fall on the icy
hill, while going home, and badly splin
tered one of his hip bones.
Clyde and William Abrams have as
their guest C. Abrams of Garrett, Ind.,
for two weeks. Mr. Abrams will move
to Silvis to reside permanently.
In the red and blue contest by the
Baptist Sunday school the red side
came out ahead in point of attendance
and new scholars brought in and will
be entertamed by the losing side.
Mrs. A. C. Hanson and two eons are
visiting with relatives and friends at
Peoria for a week or more.
The Holy Name society gave a card
party at the hall Wednesday evening.
M. Bull has moved back to Joslln.
Mrs. McKnlght has been ill.
Little Albert Zeeman, who is ill with
typhoid fever, is slightly improved.
The Bpworth league gave a 10-cent
sociable last Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. Harry Hill.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
has decided to hold bi-weekly home
bakery sales on Saturday afternoons
at the different stores.
Miss Gertrude Larson of Walnut,
Iowa, is spending a couple of weeks
here with Mrs. Stritmeyer.
Mr. Foster, assistant trainmaster at
West Liberty, Iowa, spent last Sunday
here with bis family.
Mrs. E3. L. Scott is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. Walker, at Sheffield this
Homer Palmer or Hinsdale was a
caller here last Wednesday.
Mrs. W. D. Chapman bad as her
guests Sunday her mother and broth
er, Mrs. O. H. Wayne and son Forrest
Mrs. G. W. Pike Is entertaining her
niece, Miss Ida Syfan of Springfield,
BOAT TO AID AIRSHIPS
Will Be Provided With Landing oa
the Top Deck.
Detroit, Jan. 21. Plans of the nion
ster City of Detroit, to be built by the
D. &. C. Navigation company, provide
for a landing stage on the top deck for
airships. The new boat will be nearly
500 feet In length and 90 feet wide, pro
viding a, apace larger than that on
which Aviator Ely successfully alight
ed on a war ship off the California
coast Wednesday. The new boat comes
out In 1118. Nearly 100 people have
requested the P. A C. to allow them to
make the first trip across the lake. All
passengers for the airships, the first
year at least will be required to sign
a paper releasing the D. C from all
claims to damage.
Solves a Deep Mystery.
"I want to thMt you from the
bottom of my heart." wrote C. B.
Rader of LewUburg . W. Vs.. "for the
wonderful doable benefit I got from
Electric Bitters, in curing me of both
a severe case of. stomach trouble and
if rheumatism, from, which I had
oeen an almost helpless sufferer for
10 years. It suited my ca as
though made Just for me." For dys
pepsia, indigestion, jaundice and to
rid the system of kidney poisons that
cause rheumatism. Electric Bitters
has no equal. Try them. Every bot
tle Js guaranteed to satisfy. Only
0 rents at all druggists.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nev
er disappoints those who use it for
obstinate coughs, colds and irrita
tions of the throat and lungs. It
stands unrivalled as a remedy for
all throat sad lung diseases. Sold
by all druggists.
Then Thsy Talked In English.
A couple of Cleveland business men
visited Mexico. In Mexico City their
train was switched from one station
to another. One of the Clevelanders
went to the first station to make in
quiries. Approaching a pair of dark
vlsaged employees, be cudgeled bis
memory for the proper words from the
"Donde esta?" be hesitatingly asked
The two dark vlsaged persons listen
"Graclas," stammered the Cleveland
man. "Donde estan?"
Then one of the men looked at the
"Say. Bill.- he growled, "what la
merry blue blazes Is this fellow talktn'
And after that It was easy. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Rheumatism Relieved In Six Hours.
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and effective.
It removes at once the cause and the
dose greatly benefits. 76c and 1.00.
Sold by Otto Grot Jan, 1501 Second
Ave., Rock Island and Gust Schegel,
20 W. Second St, Davenport.
On That Rasi the Harper House
Pharmacy Will Sell You a Bot
tle of Parisian Sajre Hair
Hair must have nourishment or
die. If It does not have proper nour
ishment it will lose Its vitality, grow
weak and become an easy prey to
the ravages of the vicious germs of
Parisian Sage is a hair nourisher;
it is the result of sincere study and
experiment by one of the world's
It should be used regularly as a
hair dressing by everyone with
healthy hair, becauxe it never falls
to prevent dandruff, falling hair, or
any scalp disease.
But Parisian Sa'ge is not only a
preventive It Is a certain cure for
dandruff; it stops Itching of the
scalp Instantly; it makes hair grow
thick and luxuriant. It is especially
in demand by ladles, because It
makes the hair beautiful, soft and
fluffy. It Is sold by the Harper
House pharmacy and druggists ev
erywhere, under a positive guaran
tee to do all that is claimed for it,
or money back.
Mall orders filled, charges pre
paid, by the American makers, the
Giroux Manufacturing company.
Buffalo, N. Y. The girl with the
auburn hair Is on every package.
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When you need a specialist you ought to go to a reliable n. Our office
has been permanently located In Davenport 14 years. No other specialists
ever remained anywhere near that long. Many have come and gone. Our of
fice has remained here permanently because our treatments have been the
moat successful, our prices cheau. and we have re
Kla, Indigestion, c
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In addition to the lmmn number
now In operation about joo.oon automo
biles will b manufactured thlv year and
this mrnns work for thouan1. of m-n
qualified to aell. repair, drlv nn1 dem
onstrate automobile and trucks. The.
Rochester Automobile 8'hoo will fit any
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rive him an opportunity to make 110
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for their swe-t-toned hltch-grade pianos,
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for only a little servlre Just the names
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2224 Fourth Ave. Rock Inland, III.
Save Your Teeth'
High Grade Ientltry at lowest I
22 K Gold Crowns $4.00
Porcelain Crowns f..VO
Bridge Work, per tooth $l.o
Gold Fillings l.oo up
Enamel Fillings fl.n
Until Feb. 1. Our 12 elates for $1.
Perfect fit Kuaranteed. All work
Open evenings until 9. j
304 Twentieth St. Itork Island.
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or monthly payments.
CITIZKNB LOAN' COMPANY
OH Phone. Ksst 117.
Room . McKlnnle Blk.. Moline, 111.
fused to take any case unices we thought there was
a chance to ben fit or cure. Ton get not only the
benefit ef his larae eiierience. but he l.ae aleo
studied methods and treatments recommended by 3
leading physicians or E,aropa. uankere. Business
men and grateful patients tettlfy to his reliability.
No names ever used without consent of patients.
Special medical treatments, also scientific eleolrlo
treatment used when needed. Out of town patients
can return home same day. One vlr.lt to nlftce In
many easaa may be all that Is necessary. Consulta
Leading Specialist i Middle West
a. Heart Disease, Kheumatlstn. Neural -old
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