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THE ROCK ISLTAND 'ARGUS, "FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, I9IT.
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Two 'Boys Injured. One boy was
run over by an automobile at the
show grounds yesterday afternoon
and his leg Injured and another was
thrown from a horse at Third and
Harris streets. O. W. Shortes of
Rock Island was driving the truck
which ran over the boy. He has
posted a forfeit for his appearance.
The name of neither boy has been
Police Heme -On a charge of dis
turbing the peace in Schnetzen park
Thursday night, Charles Eastmann
was sentenced to SO days in the coun
ty Jail yesterday morning. He ad
mitted having called the policeman
vile names and having threatened to
Injure him. Gus Bchaup and John
Hanssen were fined $5 and costs on
charges of assault and battery pre
ferred by Officer Sanford. They were
mixed up In an argument in a store
on Brady street. Tom Dean, booked
as a vag was discharged with in
structions to leave town.
Meets With Painful Accident. Ru
dolf Bruhn met with a painful acci
dent Tuesday afternoon when he fell
through the iron bars protecting the
cellar windows of Heyer's meat mar
ket on Third and Division streets.
The ligaments of the left leg were
badly strained and Mr. Bruhn will
be laid up for several weeks.
Busy Month for Turners. August
will be a busy month for the local
Turngemelnde, an annual and
monthly Schuetzenfest being on the
program in addition to a champion
ship individual contest between the
local crack shot, Chris Jansen. and
the St. Louis expert, Watkinga. The
annual SchVietzenfest of the Daven
port Schuetzengeselshaft will be held
Aug. 20, while Aug. 6 the regular
monthly shoot will take place. Both
event are expected to bring out a
good attendance, the annual shoot
being one of the features of the year
ly Turner program.
Collides With Ayto. An accident
occurred yesterday -morning on Har
rison street in front of the Y. M. C.
A. building, when an automobile be
longing to J. J. Dahius, who lives on
the Dixon road, collided with
Charles Nirdllnger who was riding a
bicycle. One of the wheels ran over
Nlrdlinger's chest, severely injuring
one rib, his face was bruised and
there were several flesh wounds on
his legs and hips. The severity of
his injuries cannot be determined at
present. His clothing was torn, and
his bicycle was a total wrecV. Mr.
KtrdlinKer was able to be about the
house this afternoon, but the aeil
dent is one which he does not wish
'to experience again. Mr. Nirdlinger
is general mperintendent of the
Bock Island offices in Davenport.
Obituary Record. Michael Maritian
pasted away Thursday niht at C
o'clock at his home, JMiS West Third
street, at the a.ue of 8 3 years. II
was a native of Ireland and was born
in the County of Claire in IS2S. He
spent his boyhood days in Ireland
and when a young turn carue to Cen
- ada in 1&F.0. He lived in Quebec
four years, then oame to Davenport.
He was married in 1800 in St. An
thony's church, Davenport, to Brid
get Marinan. He is survived by his
wife, Bridget Murium, three daugh
ters. Mrs. Xlargaret Volz, Mrs. Cath
erine O'Connor and Mrs Charles
Co4?n, one son, Michael Marinan, two
brothers, Cornelius M. and Martin
Marinan, and two sisters, Mrs. Peter
Qutnn and Mrs. Bridget Dcioughery,
t J111iaiii Behui died Thursday
nlghtS at 9 o'clock at his home, two
miles t lorth of Durant at the age of
51 yea s. He was born in Germany
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July 5, IS 60, came to America when
7 years old and direct to Davenport
where he spent his school days. He
then took up the occupation of a
farmer, which he has followed until
the time of his death. He was mar
ried Feb. 26, 1836, to Miss Lena
Meckmann, who survives him. He is
also survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Emma Mohr and Miss Emma Behm,
two sons, John and Walter Behm,
and an aged father, Johann Behm,
four brothers, Henry, Charles, John
and August of Davenport, and one
son-in-law, Julius Mohr. The fun
eral will be held at the late home,
two miles north of Durant, Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Hol
terman officiating. Burial will be In
Mrs. Henrietta Lonsky passed
away Thursday night at 11 o'clock at
her home, 1610 Rockingham road,
following a lingering illness at the
age of 62 years. She was born in
Germany, May 20, 1849, and was
reared in the fatherland. She came
to America in 1881 and direct to
Davenport, where she has made her
home ever since. Mrs. Lonsky is
survived by three sons, Albert, Fred
and Hugo Lonsky, one brother, Carl
Loppe, and several more distant rel
atives. Her husband preceded her in
death almost nine years, having
passed away Aug. 28, 1902. The
funeral will be held at the late resi
dence Saturday afternoon a J 2
o'clock with interment in the city
Mrs. Frank Schafer entertained
Port Byron relatives over Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas and daugh
ter Grace are entertaining their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Webb, also
Mrs. Sill, sister-in-law of the former,
both of Bloomington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Drlggs are
spending a few days in Peoria at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Corn
stock. Mrs. W, D. Kitchen and little
daughter returned Sunday from a
three weeks' visit with Mrs. Kitch
en's mother at Versailles.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Donnell
of Metropolis, III., are guests at the
home of W. B. Keene.
Mrs. Emma Ellis of Moline, also
daughter, Golda, were calling on
Watertown friends yesterday.
Mrs. George Stange spent Friday
with Mrs. A. KrohnmUler in Moline.
Mrs. George GTay of Hampton vis
ited Saturday with her sister, Mrs.
Henry Hilberg and daughter, Wil
nia, left yesterday for Independence,
Iowa, for a visit with relatives.-
Mr. and Mrs. Belleville of Prairie
C'ty are here at the home of th,eir
son, W. H. Young, called here by
the serious illness of Robert Young,
Mrs. Porter left Saturday evening)
to spend a few days with her gon at
Miss Mattie Rentfrow has just re
turned from a visit with friends at
Mrs. Adolp of the hospital leaves
Thursday for Jacksonville to take a
position as chief nurse at the state
Mrs. John Casper visited over Sun
day with Watertown friends.
Mrs. L. H. Swan is spending a few
days in Rock Island at the home of
Mrs. H. S. Rose.
Thomas Thompson and family of
Sioux City. Iowa, are visiting Water
town and Hampton friends.
Mrs. Martha Odtil of Janesville.
Wis, leaves Saturday to resume her
duties at the hospital there, after a
visit with home folks.
Miss Berntce Geisler has returned
to her home after spending a few davs
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Will
Mrs. Evans is visiting relatives at
Manly Saunders and family spent
Sunday In Rock Island with their
brother, George, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Pulatte are entertain
ing friends from Clinton, Iowa.
The ball game Sunday between Port
Byron and Watertown was played with
a score of 10 to 0 in favor of Water
town. Mrs. W. E. Git and daughter, Marie,
leave Thursday for a visit with rela
tives at Clay City and Flora.
Mrs. Frank Maybury and daughter,
Mildred are visiting friends in Mon
mouth. Dr. and Mrs. Crooks returned Friday
evening from a two weeks' vacation:
Mr. and lira. Miller visited Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bensen
bnrg. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Abraham visited
over Sunday at the home of the hitter's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Aren
schield. The Misses Gustafson have been en
Joying a two weeks' vacation with
Monmouth friends and relatives.
Mrs. Charles Coleman is enjoying
a visit from her father, Joseph Leutz.
Mrs. Luther has left for Danville to
join her husband, who went there
about three weeks ago.
The ladies of the Methodist Aid so
ciety will hold their regular monthly
bakery sale on Saturday, Aug. 5, at
the hospital waiting room of William
Filbert on Seventh avenue.
The Royal Neighbors hold their reg
ular meeting next Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Skinner in the country.
Mrs. J. W. Walker has arrived home
from a visit at Chicago.
A large number of the villagers at
tended Ringling Bros.' circus Thursday
and Buffalo Bill's circus at Moline
Thelma Johns has arrived home af
ter a six weeks' visit with relatives at
Mrs. M. Lancaster was paid a visit
last week by Mrs. Trainer of Eagle
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
had a sale of home-made bakery goods
last Saturday at Frank McKendrick's
meat market, and cleared a neat sum.
Helen Flyun has been visiting rela
tives at Brooklyn, Iowa.
O. Clark of Prophetstown Is a guest
at the J. W. Walker home.
Mrs. J. A. Johns has returned home
from a visit at Brooklyn, Iowa, and
Buchanan, Mich.,' with relatives and
Mrs. W. D. Chapman was paid a
visit by her brother, Master Forest
Wayne of Orion, last week.
Mrs. Mary Phelp recently entertain
ed the Misses Hostetter of Gricnell,
Iowa, who formerly resided here.
Mrs. W. S. Johnson has arrived home
from Kansas City, where her sister i3
Mesdames Richard Bell and James
Shannon entertained a number of
young ladies at a picnic at Campbell's
island las tSaturday afternoon in hon
or of the Misses Bell and Sincox of
A. Ranson and family have returned
home to Sherrard after a brief visit
here at the II. Bell home.
C. E. Fanrote, recently of Okjahoma,
has moved his family here.
Mr. Roddell and wife of Cable are
visiting his sister, Mrs. T. W. Rettick.
Mrs. E. Ball was paid a visit by the
Misses Hueber and Carnes of Wood
huil last week.
Emma Hesselschmidt and Mr3. B. J.
Hardy and children have arrived home
from a visit with relatives and friends
Evelyn Walgren and grandmother.
Mrs. Corbin, are visiting at Melrose
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gegler have taken
up their residence in Silvis. Mr. Geg
ler has taken a position at th;
Mrs. T. W. Rettig had as guests the
Misses Muessler of Hillsdale last week.
Mrs. J. Wilson is visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. Warman of Melrose Park.
Mrs. H. Rowland was paid a visit by
Mrs. T. Z. Emery of Burlington. Miss
Iouise Tracy of Moline accompanied
her to 8ilvis.
Mrs. Peterson of Eighth street, who
has been very ill, was taken to the
Moline city hospital.
Mrs. E. L. Scott is visiting relatives
at Blue Island.
A. Fry is recovering nicely from a
recent accident .
James Shannon has as a guest at
his home, his niece, Miss Jenti Fair
lie of Cambridge.
Katharine Fry and Annie Foyer of
DePue visited at the home of B. Yakes
Quick Relief for Rneumatlsm.
George W. Koons, Lawton, Mich.,
says: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife
wonderful benefit for rheumatism.
She could not Jift hand or foot, had
to be lifted for two months. She
began the use of the remedy and
improved rapidly. On Monday she
: could not move and on Wednesday
she got up, dressed herself and walk
ed out for breakfast." Sold by Otto
; Grotjan. 1501 Second avenue. Rock
' Island and Gust Schlegel. 20 West
, Second street. Davenport.
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' tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and yoiTwlll feel all right
; in the morning. Sold by all druggists.
Dogs Being Poisoned. Dog owners
in Moline for the last month have
been complaining of the loss of their
pets via the poison route. The most
recent loss is that of E.'E. Morgan's
favorite, "Bob." Some one admin
istered a dose of poison to the ani
mal and after suffering for two days
it died Wednesday. A veterinary
surgeon endeavored to save the dog's
life but failed. "
Board Too Forward. At the city
hall they are having a laugh at the
expense of the newly appointed, li
brary board though it would seem
that the joke is partly on thie city of
ficials themselves. It was Monday
forenoon that Mayor Carlson ap
pointed the library board. Aug. 1
the next day Commissioner Johnson
mailed notices of appointment to the
new members and the hold-overs and
notified them to appear and qualify.
Evidently the notices were not re
ceived till Wednesday morning, for
on Tuesday evening the new library
board met and organized. Commis
sioner Johnson was startled when
he glanced at the Wednesday even
ing papers and saw an -account of the
library board's meeting. They had
not qualified. In the strict sense of
the word it was illegal for the board
to hold a business meeting before its
members had been sworn in.
To Have Chop Suey. Moline, for
the first time in year?, has a celes
tial within its borders. H. S. Moy,
who comes from Chicago, will be
listed in the next Moline directory,
section M, if a business venture
which he is launching proves profit
able enough to tempt him to remain.
Moy is preparing to open a Chinese
and American plan restaurant in the
basement of the old postofflce build
ing, formerly used for Brunswick
bowling alleys. He is a cook with
15 year.s experience in Chinese and
American restaurants in Chicago and
his specialty is chop suey and yaki
mi. A special effort .will be put forth
to cater the family parties.
Obituary Record. Funeral services
for the lafe Henry P. Hansen were
held at 2:30 today at the residence.
; 504 Fourth avenue, with Moline
i Aerio of Eagles in charge. Mr. Han
sen, whose death occurred in Musca
tine Tuesday afternoon and whose
passing has occasioned sorrow Tn a
wide circle of friends is survived by
his widow, two sons at home, Clif
ford and Miles, and one sister, Mrs.
A. B. Johnson of Chicago.
Two Shows; No Robberies. Mo
line has passed through a rather
unique experience. Two of the larg
esf fhows in the country have visit
ed the city in six day3 and not a
robbery occurred. This record is
considered remarkable, when it is
known that a tough crowd usually
invades a city at a time when a cir
cus is exhibiting. The class follow
ine Buffalo Bill's Wild West show
was considered a rougher set than
the one accompanying Ringling's cir
cus but the public did not suffer as
New Firm Organized. Formation
of the firm of Esterdahl and Young-
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tv-TTOT idea, every invention to attain
and preserve purity.
We scald every tub, keg and barrel- every pipe and
pump every time we use it. We wash every bottle four
times, by machinery. Even the air in which the beer is
cooled is filtered.
It is aged for months in glass enameled tanks. It can
not cause biliousness. It will not ferment in your stomach.
If you knew what we know about beer, you would
say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles."
berg, undertakers, was announced
yesterday. A. V. Ksterdahl, who has
operated an undertaking shop in Mo
line since 1891, now takes into the
business Ernest J. Youngberg, eon
of Rev. C. J. Youngberg of the Sa
lem Lutheran church. The deal has
been pending for two weeks and cul
minated yesterday morning.
New Silvi Druggist. V. II. Dum
beck, Silvis druggist, has sold hU
business to Albert K. Otto of Pe
oria and will retire Sept. 1. Mr. Dum
beck will continue as postmaster at
Silvis, the office still to be maintain
ed in the drug store. Mr. Dumbeck
has been in business in East Moline
and Silvis for seven years.
T. J. Schafer and wife are camp
ing on Rock river.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Lundquist
have returned from a visit at Gales
burg. Mr. and Mrs. John Kloppenberg
have returned from a week's 'visit
Charles and Lora Gremonpre
have returned from a visit with their
sister at Dennison, Iowa.
Will Dick of Canton, Iowa, Bpent
Sunday with his brother. George
Pearl Hoover returned Saturday
frojS. Punxsutowney, Pa., where he
was married June 27to Miss Flor
ence Miller Hia wife expects to Join
him here about Oct. 1.
Miss Norma Berndt returned Sat
urday from a visit at Dubuque. She
was accompanied home by her cou
sin, Anna, and Mabel .Vagela.
Grant Fair and family have re
turned from a three weeks' vacation
at Logansport. Ind.
Mrs. Paul Gillette has returned to
her home at Woodhull after a week's
visit at the C. M. Larson home.
Elsie and Florence Schilling and
Ruth and Viola Rice left Monday for
Misses Alice and Mae Klggebin
have returned to their home 'n Chi
cago after a visit with their cousin,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dormady have
returned from a two weeks' visit
Miss Lyilia Johnadh is enjoying a
three weeds' vacation with relatives
at Cable nd Hampton.
Will Dick of Colona, Iowa, spent
4 i -ikniih' n.ir'LkKr".:
in pure beer. Dark glass
gives protection against light.
Schlitz is bottled in a brown
bottle to protect its purity from
the brewery to your glass.
In the Schlitz Brewery,
some say, protection against
impurity is carried to an absurd
extreme. We don't think so.
Sunday at the home of his brother,
Charles Leenknecht ia in Austin,
Joe Collins has returned to his
home in Clinton after a visit with
his father and brother.
Ray Seymour and George Worth
ington spent Sunday in Cambridge.
Mrs. J. A. Harvey, Misses May Jo
busch, Katherine McManus and Mary
Mclntyre itarted Saturday for an ex
tended visit with relatives in Denver,
Colo. Miss Kathryn Candor also left
Saturday for her home in Denver,
after a visit here of several weeks.
Mrs. Dora Harding of Humboldt.
Neb., started Saturday for her home,
after a short stay with her sister, Mrs.
Minnie Hollenback, and other rela
tives. Mrs. Starkey, of Fulton. 111., left
Monday for a visit with friends la
Viola. Her daughter Mr. Nellie
Johnston, and Miss Hazel Graham,
also of Fulton, went to Ft Madison to
Attorney O. B. Morgan started Sat
urday for New York City to Join his
family, who are spending the sum
Misses Dorothy Forsyth and Violet
Poole of Ft. Madison, who have been
visiting friends and relatives near
Hamlet and in Aledo, left Saturday
for their homes.
Mrs. Charles McChesney, Miss
Norah McChesney and Miss Hazel Mc-
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boils, rashes or eruptions, while others suffer more severely with
Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, or some kindred skin disease.
All skin affections come from humors and acids in the circulation.
The blood, as it circulates through the system, deposits these humors
and acids in the sensitive membranous flesh which lies just beneath
the outer skin. This acrid matter causes inflammation and a discharge
which breaks through the delicate cuticle, and skin diseases are the
result To cure any skin trouble the blood must be freed from all
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Corralck went to Burlington Saturday
for a short stay.
Miss Virginia Carroll left Saturday
for Burlington to spend a few days
with Esther Hogan.
Miss Edith Hall entertained Satur
day from an extended visit with
friends in Chicago and in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Church returned
from Chicago Saturday evening. They
have been visiting friends in the city
for several days.
Rev. F. Swenson was called to
Knoxville Monday to attend the fu
neral services of a relative.
Miss Anna Morryman of Del and.
Fla., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Merryman this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman and
two children, also Miss Barbara Hart
man of Hamlet, started Monday to
spend two weeks In Chicago, Niagara
Falls and the Thousand Isles.
Misses Vera Nesbltt and Grace
Rapelje went to Chicago Monday to
visit friend for a few days.
Mrs. P. Ringdall and daughter, Miss
Nellie, also Mrs. Huff and Miss Huff
of Abingdon, went to Rock Island cn
Monday for a short vUrit with friends.
Mrs. J. F. Kennedy and her eon ac
companied her father, Mr. Baugh, also
her brother and bis wife, of Spring
field, 111. to Rock Island for a visit
MIbs Cora Warnock went to Rorv
Island Monday to spend her vacation
Dr. and Mrs. F. C. English went to
Rock Island and Davenport ou Mon
day for a short stay.
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