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ROCK ISL'AND ARGUS. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
Llcensed to Marry. Archie C- Dlm-!'her foods, be made a part of the cur- j
ock and Anna May Miller, of Daven- riculum of the public schools. That.
lort; Arthur Rltter and Dorothy TV al-: Popular articles Le frequently p;;.. 1
ler of Davenport; Walter II. Balde-jed fur the press; that lectures and ;
necker of Milwaukee, Wis., and Amy i demonstrations be given; that ram-:
Blatby of Renova, Pa. ! phlets in plain language be prei-ared
' o , j for general distribution, and that
Four Enllat In Navy. Four appli- i rules and suggestions accompanied by
cants were enlisted through the re- statements of the reasons tLsrefor he ,
cruiting office here into the United placed in tte hands of dairymen and
States navy last week, among them dairy attendants." ;
being M. J. Martel of Davenport, who 1 ;
enlists as a coal paser. J. Nielsen of . tIttI i
Clmton, C. J. Grtmis, Sterling, 111.,. 1IV13 .
and Ralnh M. Runrmrt nf Moline. also'
left the rifv for Ct-r T?nMK Thp'old son of Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh
four will iro to New York from rdr ;
Rapids, and will Le p.'aced on general '
detail at once. . j
National Shoot Is Off. Davenport j
will not entertain the National Rifle!
Shooting association in 1!HS, ns had 1
been previously planned. Word has!
been received in this city from Presi- '
dent Derkman of Hnhnn v T n,v.il to g'aaaen tr.e.r uun.e ii v.et..
ing whether this city inten'Kd to ar-1
range for the event. The local j
marksmen who had secured the na- j
tional maacu had abandoned the pro- ;
position o win s to the 'ack of financial '
support and President Berkman wax i
feo notlftid by wire yesterday. It in :
probable that the trienniel shoot will
be held ,in St. Louis as laat city 13 1
alter the-ibig shooting event.
ea toy Decree, Claiming Cruelty., I
A ult fcr a decree of divorce has j
been filed Jn the district court through i
an original notice in which Mrs. Stella '
M. Fox as.s the court to grant her a j
decree from her husband, Richard M. '
Fox for cn-iel and inhuman treatment, j
Developments In Liquor Fight
Two developments in the pending
i auur casa whtr-r htim i,.. v i
4 . " "",,UI
the district court since the opening of!
the January term, were brought about;
hy the overruBmg- of a. demurrer in the j
Kustock case and the Sling of an an- i
rwer in the Anagnos3.opolous case. :
J he demurrer was file.! by Attorney!
WiII;am Cbamberliu In the first in-j
Ftanoe and after consirferation by;
Judge TheophJlus was overruUd. The
reason fur the overruling was that the!
grounds of the demureer were not ap-j
I'licnuk". In the
ars.wer in the case ;
ot llancos HeweB agninst Gus
Anagagnostopolons, fi'.d ;,y At
torney M. V. (;:jinui, the defendant
Jidmits operafiiiif tho jsaluon under tho i
permit-granted lo-Loius C:n :iu but de-
r.ies every other alltat.ion. Judge'
Theophiins stated this afternoon thati
lie hns n.)tif:.'l Att.,!iey :. tiy that he'
is ready to try the pending cases aod
prefers to do so before" the c lose of i
The January term. !
Incpect.'on of MiUk Supply. Tho i
fi)l!owinc eotnmunu ai ion i.s fo.'iti Dr. J
W. A. Sfiecks. the rity phy sieian, and 1
treats nf systematic insjieaioii of the;
milk supply of the ity of Uuvenporti
from the standpoint -of the board of
health: "M'uii U-?en written and
i-aid a'mii' the utiehan milk as the
auso of mnny itifeetions and contag- :
ions diseases. Tbat nitik may be the ;
means of transm'ttiiiif typiati.l fever, i
dlphtherie. scarb t fever -atui ther dis !
rases we have undiprinlHe proof, so!
eonclvisive that no tie who has ni.'de ;
a study f the mi'k -;uet.!ion will;
doubt it. Yet many peo;!e do not re-
n.li.re the importance of clean milk.!
Not until the puMlc n.aiia:es the im-j
j.ortance tf clean milk will there he ;
n radical change in tlie rjualMy of tho !
milk that is snppl-ed to the people of j
Davenport. I do not inean to infer !
that all of the dairymen produce nr.-;
clean milk, as th-re are a number of
c'airies in the community that are the (
height of perfection. Tnat our sran-
Try This Home-Jtfade
Costs Little, Cut Does --ie Work
Guickly, or Money Refunded.
Mix cr.e r !nt cf granulate J sugar 1
with l- pint of w.-'-riii water, und fctir '
or 2 minutes. Put culcos of Pin- i
rx (fifty ceiits' worth) in a jiut bol-'
tie; then iidd the Susar Syrup. Tako :
s: teaspoonful every one, t'o cr three j
You v. ill fnd that thU simple rem-1
cdy takes held of a couch more quick- i
1" than anything e'se you ever used.;
1'sually cuds a dct-p-eatcd cough in-'
tide of i hours, i'lemiid, too. for
whoopii; coujrfc, chest pains, brer.-4
cr.itls r.ua other throat troubles.
stimuUe-c-s the arrtiro and is slight
ly laxative, wr.icli helps ei:d a couth.
This recipe makes mere and btttcr
rough syrup tL.m you could buy
Jvady-made for 5.50. It keeps per
fectly aud tartes pleasant.
Pinex is the most valuable concen
trated compound of Norway whito
Vine extrr.ct. and is rich in gulaicol !
x.nd all tho tatural pice eleaaenta ;
vcica are so i.e..i:r.g to the mem-
ocen equahea. j
. m. uCwlu.t cauiuuu,
i ' m ; . 1 1-1 1 rT a pniiTTa cv'ir--i An ,
i our tir'ut-eist taj
v v " - x. k a CI nut. I
i. If not.
itiia to The Picx Cy., Ft. V.'uyiic, ini
Iraues. Other vrc Derations v.lil not I v . , : " . r cu rai nji juur:n At your norr.e or at our rac- il
vork In thirfomufa! " 1 9m a bam f'-ory. tnnied at the ame feme that m hairpin appetite dictates without fear of 0 tory. We will figure on your
This plan, of makinp couch "Tru ! Jn ' hearlneE. or fermentation. :R w'ork tor all kinds of cleaning.
r lth Pinex and Saar Syrup Cor ; out rebbtLg np an.t a lot of fancy , rtnle to the pavement. Weldy again Jot get a 50 cent box of Mi-o-na H Ru28 nade from your old t
.trained houcy) has proven so Popu-! f3, , he dnnks are : !ettfce hungry ae real money. atomach tablets today. They are !j wofraets V.e eew and 9
lar throughout the Ucltod Ctatca and j too thin to rut life ml a ma.ainnte.- The rest block was almost littered 6ma!l and ea!Iy swallowed and i' r-ip r in f I 7.- H
Canada, that it is often imitated. But "I an with you cn the drinks, lo- wiOi hairpins. The last pin waa found taken reeularlv will aurelv cure anv 1 W . . 6 N
the old. accciful forculi La never fcre. bnt Tex RIckarJ U-1 me once that ' la front cf th. htel th .,. V" ?nlr Cdre anyig eryting pertaining to carpels. H
dard of milk might be raised, I would
IsuggeEt that systematic instruction
i with reference to the sanitary rtla-!
i ttons of milk as an article of diet, and!
Little Os-ar U Laiiiaren, u - year -
of SLlvis, died at the home of his
grandparents Saturday nignt at 11
o'clock at Malcolm, Iowa, of spinal
meningitis. Burial took plaoe there.
Oscar was an only ch!ld.
-Mr- w- L- Johnson has recovered
frcm a recent illness,
Mr- aud Mrs- Dkch hav a baby
bn' eighinti 12 pounds, who arriv-
C. Newbank Is visiting ip Colorado.
Mrs. J. W. Pike recently had as
WAG1-R cf ?4,00O to the effect;
that a Lairpiu could be picked
ui en everv Llork alone the
trail from the Waldorf to th9
Knickerbocker hotel was made and
woa in New York recently by Walter
. .. .
soott, wDom tbe woria knows as
-Scotty of Death valley," who has
uneovered another fortune. Weldy
Young, who ran the first mall into the
Klondike, accomplishing a 4.600 mile
Journey with a sUh! and dog team,
took the losing .end of the wager. It
wuh the direct result of the deadly
duUuesu of existence in New York
The bet was made la tbo Waldorf-
Astoria, wht re oly tv.d Woldy were'
aieix.bltl with a f w friends.
"TMs cit.m; is getting so dead they're
piayixig r bf.il
in the street," said
'ILe ouiy ground I i
.. .T.-T -.V""
v j r -.-l ; v M.vwrt- rv-";
WALTER SCOTT. FAMOUS MINK It AND SPENDER, WHO HAS WON
ANOTHER FREAKISH' WAGER.
have s.en that I co-i!d stake was In
Central park, and th; town marshy!
warned nie oft.
"If you can't prospect what is there
left? Y'ou meet a msa arc-end here
about once every two weeks. Thereat
of tho male population coulla't pack
a suit case oj their backs for fcnlf a
mi'.e without dying the deeth of a
' I am sick of slouching around. I
em going to &u'.l my stakes end hen t
It for the thick tush. Every time I
yen cculJ faid a 1 tttln; prorosltion !
wavrevter you vvaiiieu :i, cci liiat froem
i m t . i
'JHrt TtU lT rJ j:ripect !
nd bet tat I can dig up a j
a guest . Miss Ida Syf an of Spring
field. . .
Mr. and Mrs. James Shannon re-
cently ectartained Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
beck of Eoone. Iowa,
Mrs. Mary Phelp Is having her
residence on Sixth street remodeled
Mr. and Mrs. George Tutberry are
visiting relatives at Topeka, Kan.
i,ira. F. M. Peck is ill with rheu-
The gnvis Athletic club gave a
benefit dance on St. Patrick's night.
A little baby boy arrived at the
home ofllr. and Mrs. M. Slover Tuea-
; i ne Metnoaist tunaty bcdooi m
hall next Tuesday night.
1 Mrs. R. Hamer enjoyed a visit
' from her mother, Mrs. John Fuhr of
; Richard Walsh was In Chicago
last week visiting relatives.
Last Friday evening Miss Ethel
Lancaster was hostess to the W. A.
Y. club, a class of young men in the
Punday school, and also the J. U. G.
club, a class of young ladies. About
3 5 were present.
o c O
I Eckstrom pledged himself to vacate if,
hairpin on every block from here tO;at any time during three years, the
the Knickerbocker, and the snow lsn 1 1
going to bothar me either."
"Does that go at $500 per blockf
"Uisratol" came the answer.
Everybody had a drink, and the two
prosiMV-tors. after a new kind of claim,
began the journey to the Knickerbock
er. Weldy was about to demand the
a v :Uir.inour! roll.
For some reason unaccounted tor
the next pin v,-as late in appearing,
but rj-pear it did. and with it another
view o:' Weidy's lank roll. The follow-
i-j 1 ,luek was as productive, tnough j
more rapidly so. .After that pica were
producc-I from the sidewalk with as-
.- Ci: V wvv.
tonlsMnif profusion until the block be
tween Thirty-cinth and Fortieth etreett
was reached. At thhj time a good
mcny reopie 'were following the bet
tors aiad gazing iu wide eyed aston-i.-hnsent
at the wad of yellow backs
w hirh Weldy held out every ttrce that
otty picked a woman's hairpin from j
Seotty searched the barren eldewalk
assiduously. He had about reached
the end of It acd into his money pocket
when a woman brasbel against him. j
end cf th? Jo'irney.
Weldy Yonnsr was out ?45, and ;
. Lncky Seotty. as ths mining men call
wns tfc possessor of an extra
s and of a collection of hairpins.
firt t ?5f0 when the first pin was round I . . , . . ited a few days last week with
:it the corner of Thirty-fourth street r"'. . , , , daughter, Mrs. Frank Ke. ley.
.... . . ..j-rrri- i from Donahoo to Kessler, is in a strong . ' . . . , , ,
and fc ix! n avenue. And Weldy instead . , Mrs. Dovey and daughter, Maud, are
. . . .,,.. iao khic rrr ' box in the Farmers & Merchants hank .... ... ... . . .
r.T t..' fi:-.d nWlPn live SliHi DiilH OD. I Qtlll vcrv ill uifn niflnmntrirv rhan.ni.
Gets Contract In England. Peter
Peterson, Moline contractor, has been
awarded a contract to furnish kella
stone, a product that is manufactured
in this city, for a temporary addition
to Westminster abbey, London, for the
coronation exercises in June. Mr. Pe
terson has been, in London since Sep
tember of last year, Introducing kella
stone In the British Isles. Another im
portant contract has been received in
which kellaatone will be used in the
floors and roof of an immense building
in Liverpool which will boast of a roof
garden. Mr. Peterson alco writes that
Moline material for the roof of a tower, j him" ro k oc"
and that If he receives the contract it j f d the house vacated Mr- Br
meana the "making" of kellastone Inj " . . .
England. He does not know when he
will return home.
Donahoo Wins Farm Suit. The
forceful entry and retainer suit of
James A. Donahoo vs. Oliver Eckstrom,
which Involves a l&5-&cre farm at Jos
lin valued at 522,000, came to a close
in Justice court yesterday when F. c
Entrikin. sitting as justice of thejiut:tea rneumatism ror several
peace, ruled in favor of the plaintiff, weeks fell while walking and was
Mr. Donahoo fought for righ of pos- badly hurt and is now confined to his
session of the farm land above men- l,ed-
tioned, the matter having been carried Dr- Dolan, for several year3 one of
into the courts when Mr. Eckstrom. ! :he staff at tile Watertown hospital,
threA.vf.or Ipasp refused nas resigned and lttft for Kankakee to
to vacate when Donahoo sold the prop
erty to Charles Kessler of Joslin for
the sum of $22,000. In court Mr. Don-
ahoo produced a lease showing that Mr.
property should change hands. C. J.
Searle and G. O. Dtetz, appearing as
attorneys for Eckstrom,
Kessler, the new owner, an
boo, should have brought the suit.
The court overruled this argument,
pointing out that Mr. Donahoo has been
unable to give Mr. Kessler possession
because Eckstrom refuses to vacate
or Hillsdale, ana cannot be made a
matter of public record till Mr. Kessler
obtains possession of the property.
The court had no sooner entered judg
ment for poBseeplon of "the property de-
scribed in the complaint of J. A. Ion-
ahoo, than G. J. Searle announced
Eckstrom will carry the fight to the
circuit court. Jkstrom is preparing
to give bond in the sum of $3,000, j
which sum will be. iid to Mr. Dona-j
hoo by the bondsmen in case the ten- j
ant fails to appear at the circuit court!
hearing. Drkstrom held a three-year
lease, which is now in possession of
Justice of the Peace Gntrikin. Two
years of the lease have expired. Eck
strom's desire is to remain 'another
year. The lease is at J.i'O per year.
G. A. Shallberg appeared for Donahoo.
Obituary Record. Adam Fries, more
than a half century a resident of this
city, passed away at his home, 1456
Twenty-eighth avenue, having been in
declining health two years. Hardening
of the arteries around the heart, com
bined with infirmities of age, caufed
death. He was born in Center county,
Pennsylvania, Dec. 10. 1S30. At the
age or 22 he came west and settled i
near Colons. Two years later he mar
ried Margaret Pughman and they
came Immediately to Moline. Mr.
Fries was a carpenter by trade and he
worked in the MolIne Plow company
plant for 10 years. He was working ; c.-nts. Fnst.f r-Miif.um company, Huf
there at the outbreak of the civil war. j falo, N. Y., sole agents for the Enited
He enlisted in Company H, 132nd Illi-1 State.
nols volunteers. Mr. and Mrs. Fries j Remember the name Doan's
were the parents of five children. ! and take no other.
Thoie who survive are Frank Fries of i
this city, Mrs. Clara Anderson of Van
orin, 111.; Mrs. Daisy Bep.tley of Atkin
son. He also leaves his aged widow.
21 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was a Christian and a
member of R. H. Graham post. The
funeral sericves were held at 2 this
afternoon from the house and at 2:30
One op Two Mi-o-n Tablets ami
Presto! Sour Stomach Is Gone:
If you want a perfect stomach;
want to get rid of food fermentation,
gas eructations, heartburn, bloating
after meals and any stomach dis
tress Mi-o-na stomach tablets sold
and guaranteed by the Harper house
j pharmacy Is the one sure, speedy
And mind -you It is guaranteed
without any red tane and without
any strings attached, to cure any;
case of Indigestion, nausea, bil ous-
cess, nervousness no matter how Ion?
standing or you can have your
If you have any stomach trouble
whatever try Mi-o-na on the above
i : v. i v .
nueiai uasis. r ou can Dut vnur
stomach In tip top shape in a'few l
case of stomach trouble.
he Hareer hmw nhirmarv n4 rfr.,?.
everywhere. Booth s Mi-o-na.
Buffalo, N. Y.. will furnish a f ree : rA
Itrial treatment upon request. j j?
from the Second Methodist church.
Interment was in Hartzell cemetery.
Lars T. Swanson died at the tri
city sanitarium after Illness of four
months. He was born in Sweden Jan.
IT, 1S62, and came to this country and
Moline when a young man. He was
married in 1S92 to Miss Wilhelmlna
Petersen. Five children were born to
this union, Ellon, Minnie, Mildred.
Emil and RusselL His wife died four
years ago and Russell and Mildred
have sines made their homes with
friends in Iowa. The other children
are at home. Mr. Swanson attended
the Swedish Baptist church and the
funeral was held from there this after
noon, Rev. Carl Vingren officiating. In
terment was in Riverside.
The Methodist Aid society was eu
tertained at. the home of Mrs. Charles
Coleman on Wednesday afternoon.
The ladies planned to have a bakery
sale on April l.
Mr. and Mrs. Dollerhida who have
been residents of Waterto-vn for over
a year have moved to Andalusia.
Mrs. Turner and daughter Mildred
left Saturday for the southern part of
the state for an extended visit.
Arthur Browning has moved into
the home of-D. E. Scott lately vacated
of the Donahoo houses to the Mar-
seilles addition and a Mr. Gill moved
into the house vacated by him.
Frank Kelley's family left Saturday
for Jefferson, lo.va, where they will
make their home.
Paul Shepperd is confined to the
house by illness.
Fmnk Guysinger who has been af-
accept a position there.
Mrs. Kitchen of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa,
and Mrs. Charles Kitchen of near
Monmouth, came as a surprise to
make a short vijit at tha home of the
former's ton and family, w. D. Kit
chen. Mrs. Push of Fort Madison, Iowa,
argued that and Mrs- ij- "e,in of Kck Island nlng was well attended. They realiz
ld not Dona- were in Watertown Friday visiting at ed nearly $12. The proceeds go to-
! Pugh and Mrs. Shepperd are old time
'friends but have not seen each other
for 16 years.
i Ed Mouthel of Jefferson, Iowa, vis-
Miss Katie I-iOhrnun has returned af-
IP WOMEN ONLY KNEW
I YIiat a Heap of Happiness It Would
1 llriiii to I Cock lsi.iml Moines.
, Hard to do housework with
Brings you hours of misery
leisure or at work.
If women only Knew the cause
pains come from sick
i 'Twould save much
Doan's Kidney pills
cure sick kid-
Many residents of this vicinity en
Mrs. A. W. Bonghton, Sears, III.,
says: "I was in poor health for some
time and 1 now believe that all my
trouble was caused by weak kidneys.
My back ach-.?d a great deal and
there wera di.il, b.-aring down pains
across my hviii:-. I also had dizzy
spells and headache. Jinan's Kid
ney Piils 'i re J.lthly recommended
and deciding to try them I procur
ed a box at i fie Harper House phar
macy. They i-oii!pb:.tcly removed the
backache and I am row in good
health. Doan's Kidney Pills deserve
jthe entire credit for my cure."
I For sale by all dealers. Price 50
LITTEN I ROBERTS
TRI-CITY RALWAY AND
STOCKS AND BONDS
Peoples Nations! Bank Bid?.
Phone West J22.
KERLER RUG COMPANY S
arjx t ana tuig li-aners ana
Hug Manua tur is.
rug3, mattresses and feathers.
1710 Fourth Avenue.
;!d puisne GOil new phone ol34
j-..,!'!, I,", fa Yin im lif J.i-.li- Hftm .,'v A I? rjm-m '"' 1 1
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H Makes Home Baking Easy j
Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to
produce at home, quickly and economically,
fine and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings,
the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers,
crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and
wholesome, with which the ready-made food
found at the shop or grocery does not com
pare. Royal is the greatest of hake-day helps.
BOTAL COOK BOOK. 00 RECEIPTS TEZS
Send Nun 4 JLidrtUm
oval tuM m
lll-lfl' IM in II
ter a visit with her aunt. Mrs, W.
Volcer of Davenport.
Mrs. Otto Peterson entertained a
number of friends at a bounteous din
ner, the occasion being her 24th birth
day anniversary. Mrs. Peterson was
the recipient of a number of gifts
and a very enjoyable time was spent
The members of the Baptist Aid so
ciety and other friends gathered In a
very pleasant surprise at the home of
Mrs. D. I. Allsbrow, the occasion being
the anniversary of her birth. They
presented her with a beautiful silver
gravy ladle es a token of esteem.
The box sociable given by the
school children of Watertown last eve-
gravy ladle as a token of esteem.
Dr. Hersiek of the Watertown hos
pital left Thursday evening for Ches
ter. 111., to accept a position at the
NAVY NOT REFORM SCHOOL
Iepartment Orders Mllw&nkee Re
cm' ting Officer to Reject Thief.
Milwaukee, Wis., March 21. The
United States navy department has
ordered the recjuiting officer here to
inform Judge Neele B. Neelan that
Your "Working Capital
You have been thrifty and have gotten together a sum
of money which you hope to use for a Jong-cherished
It is your working capital. You want it to earn more
money for you and at the same time you don't want to
tie it up where you can't get it quickly when you want it.
Do you know that an interest-bearing certificate of
deposit on this bank is the best way to place your sur
plus where it will earn interest and where you may get
it at any time?
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
PHIL MITCHELL. President. I. 8. WHITE, Vice President.
K. T. ANDEHSO.N", Cashier. f?. F. CHAWOX, Aitant Cah4er.
COURTEOUS ATTEVTTO.V TO ALL.
Rates, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
I Steam Heat and Electric Light
1817-1819 Second Avenue !
c. n .
the United States navy is not a re
form school for boys.
Joseph, Frader, alleged to be a brass
thief, started the whole thing. A Mil
waukee newspaper published ths fact
that Judge Neelan gave the youth the
alternative of Joining; the navy or go
ing to the house of correction. Now
the court is to be Informed that such
alternative sentences are void, so far
as the navy is concerned. Frader ap
peared at the recruiting station and
the officer in charge there denied him
admittance to the navy.
Helpless as a Baby.
Valley Heights, Va. Mrs. Jennie P.. '
Kirby. in a letter from this place, says:
"I was sick In bed for nine months,
with womanly troubles. I was so weak
and helpless, at times, that I could not
raise my head off the pillow. I com
menced to take Cardul, and I saw it
was helping me at once. Now I can
work all day." As a tonic for weak
women nothing has been found for 50
years that would take the place of
Cardui. It will surely do you good
Cardui is prepared from vegetable in
gredients and has a specific curative
effect on the womanly organs. Try a
bottle today. At your druggist's.