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THE-ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911.
I MSL 1 , jtfeill Kept Pure
Pvng Nearly Completed Within a
week the Job of asphalting the down
town streets, an improvement which
is costing the city nearly $57,000,
will be completed and the business
section will be set off by an improve
ment that will attract the attention
of every visitor to Davenport.
Licensed to Wed. Charles Pickron,
Oahkosh, Wis., and Minnie Bollman,
Durant; Charles W. Stone and Marie
H. King, Durant; Lawrence Hanson
and Augusta Warneck, Davenport.
Polloe Items For having started a
row at the Moose carnival which is
now In progress on West Front street
Harry Moltzen was arrested Wednes
day. He created a small riot in
front of the country etore and when
he Insisted that the special officer j
could not arrest him. he was brouerht!
in. Magistrate Roddewig imposed a
fine of $1 and costs.
For slapping a 15-year-old boy
who had tread upon bis heels in
walking on a pathway near the Glu
cose works where both were employ
ed. Max Smith was fined $1 and
costs in court yesterday morning. '
Mary Palmer brought in on a charge !
of vagrancy was sent to Matron
Hill's for 15 days. She had been
out of the hospital to days when
arrested by Officer Schmidt.
Suspect Foul Play. That the mystc
rious disappearance on May 1
Frank Holmes, an employe of
Thompson veterinary hospital, may
have been the result of foul play is
feared by friends in this city and by
relatives in Brockton, Mass. Holmes
had been in the city several months,
14 YEARS AFTER
AN ILLINOIS FARMER GIVES
TO DR. WALSH
For the last fourteen years I have had
perfect health. I am now fifty years of
age, and I feel young, active and vigor
ous. I can do a day's work as well as a
man of 20. I owe it all to the Drs. Walsh,
the great Davenport specialists. They
cured me. They restored me to health
and strength when. I thought I would
never have a ell day again; in fact, I
felt as if I had not long to live. For
Bome years I had su3ered from catarrh
and general breakdown. I was all played
out, could not work, had dizzy and faint
spells and was very nervous. I had back
ache, weak kidneys, pain in back of the
neck. Door aooetite. mis and a heavy feel
ing in stomach, indigestion, cold hands
and feet. At night I could not sleep well :
and bad bad dreams. In fact, I felt hke
m wreck. I never got any benefit from any
treatment until I went to the Drs. Walsh.
Goodness knows I tried enough diCt rent
kinds of treatment before I went to them,
When I called at the Drs. Walsh's otlice in
Davenport, at 124 West Third street, I
admit I didn't have much hope, although
I had heard so much of the Drs. Wath.
After taking several months' treatment
I was a new man and completely restored
to health. Their charges were very reas
onable. CHARLES D. QUICK.
Results are the best proof of success.
You can, see in Dr. WaUli's ollice, testi
monials from satisfied patients all over
this part of the country, including men,
women and children. Dr. Walsh hag
had a large experience and great success.
He is a graduate of two medical colleges
nd was formerly president of St. Anth
ony's Hospital. Hankers and business
men testify to his reliability. You can
have a thorough scientific examination
free of charge. Ollice hours are from 10
to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 :30 p. m. Also on
Tuesdays and Saturday evenings from 7
to 9 p.m. On Sunday mornings from 10
lo 11 a. m. Dr. WaLh's office is at 124
West Third ureet. Diver. port, Iowa.
BUT THE EATING
Why spend these days in the
kitchen baking tre-itd when we
. Ke nice freh bread and de
liver it at your door every
I Ju - as nice as can be. In
fact it is just the same as bom
made with the half days' work
preparing it cut out. Fresh
rakes of all kinds are at ays
found at our rlace.
1710-171S Second Avenue.
Try come of oar fruit wafers
and fruit bon boas, -Oc and
25c -he pound.
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the last two ofrwhich heJiad been
employed in , the-veterinarj hospital
with a -view to studying veterinary
surgery. On the niyht of May 13
ie announced at his boarding place
tVat he had secured a new job and
erected to commence work in the
morning. He went out at night with
about 125 in hie.pocfcets, but. left all
his bolongings in his room. He has
not beoir seen;nor heard ctf since, al
though fetters have beenwritten in
an effortito locate him.
Buys Site 'fori Home Charles S chil
ler, president- at the Iowa National
bank of Davenport, has purchased a
225-acre tract-of land. near Port By
ron from Mrs. Mary R. Hall. The
farm is located, midway between
Port Byron and ; Rapids City and Is
at the bend of i the Mississippi river.
The view from the place is one of
the best along the river In this vi
cinity and the ground rises to a
higher level. The consideration was
$14,000. Mr. Schulerwlll probably
erect a summer hornet there.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Cecelia
Schlueter died yesterday afternoon
at 1 o'clock at her home, 725 West
Fourth street, at the age of 7 9
years. Mrs. . Schlueter was born in
Stockhendorf, Schleewig-Holstein, j
Germany, Feb. 3, 1S32. She spent
her earlier years in Germany, com- j
ing to America in 1855 and landing j
at New Orleans. She was married in
1S58 to C. D. Schleiiter, who died in j
1872. One daughter. Mrs. Charles
Schick, and one son, Louis, together
with four grandchildren, Herman !
Roscncranz and Charles S., Cecelia
L., and Joseph S.- Schick, survive.
The young ladies' sewing circle met
at the home of Miss.Pearle FassKit
. Thursday afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Dawson are
: visiting in Milwaukee.
Mrs. Thomas Wiggins of Kennsett,
Iowa, is vititing relatives in this i
. c :nity.
i The Misses Pearle Fassett and Ma.
' be Harris returned home from Gales
burg Sunday evening.
The Mlrfses Mary and Helen Little nf
Mt. Vernon, Iowa, visited friends in
this vicinity this week.
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Knox of Rolls,
Mo., are visiting at the home of thir
daughter. Mrs. Frank Clark.
Mrs. Marie Wheaton and daughtf,
Alice, of Longniont, Colo., who hia
been visitinsf Mrs. Wheaton s brothers,
V. C. and E. G. Freytag, went to Roi.k
Mifs Edith Brown of Sherrard spent
this week visiting Mrs. C. C. Johnson.
I Miss Mary Brerkenridge of Peoria
is visiting at the : home of her aiuu, :
Mrs. C. H. Wayne. j
Miss Mae Olson was the guest cf,
.Mips (Jreta Curry of ' Rock Island G.'tsiv
Saturday and Sunday. !
, Nile Dienier and Perry Davis spei.t
Monday in the tri-cities. . j
Mrs. John MilW-tt las been visit'.r.gi
at the home of her son, A. G. Milk-tt, j
cf Burlington the part w eek. i
Mrs. T. J. Ash and sons have re- i
turned to their home in Bradford, aft--j
:i muiiih's visit with Mrs. Ash's P'.r-j
t nis, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schoonmaker. j
Mrs. Martha Cozad returned hoji-
cdr.t s'lay from Rock Island, where
she has been visiting since Sunday. j
Koyce Pettit, ILarold Minteer and l.e;
Roy Miller spent Tuesday in Rock is-i
The Misses Adria Titterington of
Kock Island. R-i'ny Galloway of Us-
ke-ney. Kans.. Plunia and Ruth r ici
cle. Marguerite Ia is. Majt-l Alco-n.
Julia Mallette. Grace Vickers and Jen
nie McConnell spent Ti-.esday evening
together at the Watch Tower.
Saturday, July 22, a daughter was
rorn to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Clark.
; Mrs. August W'Uderniuth and baby
were up from Mather ville Friday.
1 Quarterly meeting will be held at
!he M. E. chinch next Sunday. July!
at 3 p. m. Preaching services con- j
A. Smith will be held.
In the evening
there will be preaching at the Cdr.gr e-:
cutional church. !
0 I Iowa, and Mrs. J. A. SluUman of Boy
8 den. Iowa, have been visiting at the
H ! Hanewaker homes in this village.
O i Mrs. Anna Peterson and children of !
' Watertown visited Sunday at the homej
'of Mr. and Mrs. George Gray.
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hopkins of St.
' Louis arrived here Tuesday for a visit
' with relatives.
' Miss Alice Vcgel visited her sister,
Mrs W. T. Chambers, in Rock Island
frcm Friday till Monday,
j Miss Elizabeth Dorey of East Moline
i and two friends from Galesburg were
j guests Tuesday at the tome of Mr.
atd Mrs. H. O. Ewing.
i Miss Vera Guckert, assisted by a
! number of her friends, celebrated her j
I l$th birthday anniversary Monday. Re
i treatments were served, games were
; played, and the occasion was an ea-
q joyasie one. .Miss Heien joenson woa
S i first prize in the flower gueesirg con
O ! ist and Miss Esther Oilman won the
' consolation prize. The following guests
, were present: Misses Heien Johnson,
iAde'.ia Harder. Grace Benson. Ethel
! Light, Esther Oilman and Columbia
j Mrs. E. C. Heal in e had as guests &
from near Watertown and Mrs. Frank
Kelson and daughter of Savanna, I1L
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gordon and sons
Allen and Bert visited relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Groth of Moline
f and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs.
j Henry Bilgeshansen Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. La Rose were re
cent guests of Moline relatives.
Messrs. Groesmith and McAdow of
the Ulltoi3 inspectors' bureau were
Charles Conrad of Hillsdale, deputy
Mystic worker, was here Tuesday in
the Interest of Hampton Mystic Work
ers lodge. Silver Leaf No. 60.
Mrs. M. S. Heagy of Rock Island
visited her mother, Mrs. Philena Black,
Mrs. Myron Stockberger and
sons returned home Sunday after a
two weeks' visit with relatives aid
friends In Indiana. .
John Lentz spent Thursday of last
week at the bay.
Misses' Lillie and Bessie Marsh wee
Ehopping In Rock Island Friday.
Mrs. John Reaber, Mrs. Harvey
RamFey, Mrs. Frank Peters and Misse3
Minnie and Lila Cooper spent Tuesday
in an outing at the Mississippi rive-
Robert Hproston visited with A. C
Bivens at a hospital in Davenpcrt
Thomas Hartman and family of Ale
do visited at the home of Mrs. Bar
bara Hartman Sunday.
Mrs. Wylie and children of MinoDk
are visiting at Rev. Cooper's.
Rev. Tidbal and family of Minonn
visited Tuesday at the home of Wil
liam Whisman and other friends.
Mose Downey of Milfersburg was ta
fortunate in getting his leg broken
when his automobile turned turtle
while going around the corner at Tom
my Johnson's, one mile south of Rey
nolds Wednesday. Mr. Downey was
taken to a hospital in Davenport.
Robert Davison and wife and son
Ivan were visiiing w ith their daughter
and sisters, Mrs. Frank Lundquist of
Moline and Mrs. William Essex of
Canton, 111., for a week. They return
ed home Tuesday.
Mrs. Fred Hoesll of East Moline re
turned to her home last Thursday after
a few days' visit with her mother. Mrs.
Cragau, who accompanied her home,
and now is visiting relatives in Iowa.
Mrs. Vance Sherrard returned
home Monday after visiting Mrs. Frank
Ryan of East Moline.
Rev. Sawyer shipped his furniture
to Wisconsin Thursday. He left Thurs
day for a visit iu Chicago before he
leaves for his new pastorate. His wife
and son. accompanied by Mrs. Saw
yer's mother. l-ft last Friday to make a
visit at Chuago before they leave for
their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harldick and
children of Dos Moines were called to
Cahle on account of the serious illness
of Mr. HadUick's mother, Mrs. Joliu
Mrs. Griffith, who has been a suffer
er a number of years, died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Vanhock, Satur
day evening at 11 o'clock. The re
mains were shipped Monday morning
for burial near Carbon Cliff.
Annual Excursions to
Lake Erie & Western R. R.
THURSDAY, AUG. 3.
Special excursion train, with
standard and tourist sleepers
and coaches, will leave Peoria
Big Four Route
TUESDAY, AUG. 15
Special train will leave Pe
oria 12 noon.
Special side trip rates to
Toronto and Montreal.
Tickets good returning on all
trains Arithin 12 days.
For reservations and de
scriptive folders, address
General Agent, Peoria, 1HL
Struck by Motorcycle. Mrs. F. V.;
Vierich sustained a spinal injury and :
numerous bruises when struck and
knocked down by a motorcycle Wed
nesday afternoon at. about 5 o'clock, j
The accident occurred just as Mrs.
Vierich started to cross Sixteenth
street, a few yards north of Fifth ave
nue. The cycle was owned and operat
ed by James Dormaon, a resident of
Saves -Hobo's Life. William Doyle,
a hobo, owes his lift to Officer Louis
Fromme. who patrols tha west-end
beat. The -officer found, Doyle sleeping
along t he Burlington track at First
street at 1:2S yesterday morning.
Fromme aroused Doyle and removed
him from his precarious position. A
few minutes later a switch engine pass
ed, going at a rate of from 25 to 30
miles an hour. Doyle had been drink
Scented Trouble. Yesterday morn
ing, the police were informed that the
Central Union was laying wires in the
conduits belonging to the Union Elec
tric Telephone company. Immediate
ly, Commissioner Eastman was notified
but on investigation it was found the
company was repairing work in their
To Resume Work. Operations will
will be resumed Tuesday, Aug. 1, at
the Sylvan plant of the Republic Iron
and Steel company. The entire plane
will be put in operation, working tw.i
turns, full force of men.
Planning More Paving. Plans for
additional paving in .East Moline are
under way. Engineer H. G. Paddcok
is busy preparing estimates on the cost
of improving Seventh street with brick
for a distance of six blocks Kickapoo
avenue to High street. As soon as his
figures have been compiled the board
of local improvements will meet to -.u
thorize the improvement. The work
will be done this year.
F. J. Kleist and sisters, Saiii and
Kathryn, entertained the following
at their home Saturday night and ai-i
Sunday: Dora Gorham of Rural BlufT,
111., and the Misses Agues Stewart,
and Delia Bowser.
Mrs. Robert Bryars and daughters
Helen and Roberta of St. Louis, arriv
ed Thursday to visit at the Thomaa
Cozetta and Frank Boney of Buffa-o
Prairie, 111., are visiting with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gii
lett. Miss Sade Ki"ist uoparxel Monday
for Muscat. ne, Iowa
Miss Lillian Workman spent a few
last week with her brother, John, and
family at Millersburg, 111.
Mrs. M. Stewart and daughter Virna
s-pent Wednesday with their ton Gale
Stev art and family of Copperas Crecx.
Rev. J. R. Spiller and family arriv
ed W'ednesday evening to speiid a fe'
dayd at the D. A. Kleist home befra
moving to their new home near Ds
Miss Agnes Stewart is spending a
few days with friends at Mus.aUne.
A merry crowd of young folks from
this vfcinity enjoyed a strav ilde to
Musc.uine Saturday evcuing.
Mrs. J. Ii. Itaiusey of Tulsa, Okla.,
came to visit her father, William
Winders and family.
Mrs. Nellie Johnston and daugh
ter. Miss Hazel, and her mother,
Mrs. Starkey of Fulton, are the
guests of relatives in Aledo.
Miss Irene Sandberg has returned
from an extended visit with rela
tive in St. Louis and at Winchester,
Mrs. J. H. Olson and Miss Flor
ence Samueleon of Mathersville came
Saturday for a visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson of
Omaha were rerent vis'tors at the
home cf Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Carl
son. Mrs. H. B. Garrett and daughter,
Dorothy, of Carnegie, Okla., left for
Clinton, 111., to visit at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and
son went to Peoria for a visit with
Miss Hiima Lundblad went to Ke
wanee to spend a week visiting with
Misses Hettie and Ruth McCreight
returned from Villisca. Iowa, where
they have Epent a week with Mrs.
J. W. Kimel.
Among those who went to Rock
Island Monday were Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Summers and daughter. Mrs. Ber
tha Nesbitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mor
rison and daughter, Marie, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Spepce, Mr. and Mrs. E.
D. Spence and Mrs. J. H. Odell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown and
daughter, Bessie, and Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown spent Monday with
friends in Davenport.
Mrs. G. W. Whitbam went to Cor
dova Monday to spend a few days
George Rush went to Moline for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentley, who have
been here visiting Mr. and Mrs. X.
: iti rv r tiewwfi r
produced forever from the same mother cell.
Schlitz beer is sent Jo you in Brown Bottles, pro
tecting its purity from the brewery to your glass.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives
protection against light.
If you knew what we know about beer, you would say,
"Schlitz Schlitz in-Brown Bottles."
Guthrie, left Monday for Sharon,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Walters of
Woodhull came Monday for a visit
Professor W. R. Woodmansee re
turned from Zionsville, Ind., where
he has spent a few weeks' vacation.
Mayor and Mrs. J. W. McRoberts
and son left for an outing in the
lake regions of Wisconsin.
The Misses Adams returned Mon
day from Macomb, where they at
tended the summer term of the
Western Normal school.
Miss Pittenger of Chicago arrived
Monday for a visit at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Pittenger.
Miss Anna Peterson of Chicago
came Monday to spend a few days
with friends in this city.
Mrs. Oscar Nlcholls of La Harpe,
111., who has been here visiting Mrs.
Isaac Kennicut, left Monday for her
Miss Claire Pinkley of Rock Island
left Aledo Monday to visit her
uncle in Joy.
A large party of the Aledo people
went to the bay for an outing of
Mrs. Waespe left Tuesday for Mus
catine to visit friends a few days,
Mr. and Mrs. Weisel and son re
turned Tuesday from Sauk City,
Wis., where they have spent several
days with friends. They made the
trip in their automobile, and weis
accompanied by Rev. Father Welsh
Miss Ada Van Meter left Wednes
day for Fullerton, Cal., and Mrs.
Adda Gustafson and sen left also for
Whittier, Cal., to make an extended
Mrs. Jessie Scott and daughter,
Kathryn, carted Wednesday for To
peka, Kan., to visit Mrs. John Hau
ghey and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Dyke left Wed
nesday for their home in Harris
ville. Pa. They have been the g'uests
of Mrs. Van Dyke's brother, H. R.
Mr. Gaile of Qulncy, who has beer. '
visiting his cousin. Miss Eva Wan- i
sing, returned home W'ednesday. '
Ed Anthony and Misses Clara and '
Mary Anthony of Moline and Miss '
Mildred Keating of Kansas City, J
Mo., epent Sunday at the bome of '
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Merryman. '
Mrs. F. M. Bateman and daugh-'
ter, Mary, left Wednesday for
Zanesville, Ohio, to attend the fun-!
eral cf Mrs. Bateman's aged father..
Rev. O. M. Dunleavy of Coal City, j
Cleanliness is a science where
Schlitz is brewed. We filter even the
air where the beer is cooled. Then we
filter the beer. Then we sterilize
We go to Bohemia for hops. Our
barley is selected by a partner in our
The water is brought from rock
1,400 feet underground. Our yeast is
111., came Wednesday for a visit at
the home of S. S. Morrison.
Mrs. G. W. McPherrin and her
daughter, Lulu, went to Monmouth
Wednesday for a short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thede and son
went to Rock Island Wednesday to
visit Mr. Thede's sister, who will
soon return to her home in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood of
Reynolds spent Wednesday in Aledo.
Bruce Girton of West Bend, Iowa,
visited with his mother, Saturday
The T. C.'s met at the home ot
Miss E. Shellman Wednesday after
which Miss Jennie Colby was pre
sented a silver spoon. Miss Colby
leaves for Florida in a few weeks.
Rev. and Mrs. Hanna and children
have gone to Cedarville, Ohio, where
they will visit with Mr. Hanna's par
ents. They expect to stay a month.
Mrs. John Solomon and son,
Frank of Blue Island, 111., are visit
ing with Mrs. Solomon's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ney Wilson.
The T. C. will meet with Mrs. J.
H. Criswell Saturday evening.
Mrs. Bertha David spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin David
Miss Nealy Walker and Jennie
Colby left Thursday for Woodhull,
where they will visit a few days.
Soreness of the muscles, whether in
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is quickly relieved by tne free appli
cation of Chamberlain's Lln!men.
This liniment is equally valuable for
muscular Theumatlsm, and always af
'ords quick relief. Sold by all drug
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