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THE ROCK ISEAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEZtfBER 14, 1911.
cellar last Thursday, a step giving
away. She sustained severe injuries.
Mrs. Charles White began teaching
at the Bluff school last Monday. Miss
Bernice Resser at the Adelphia. Miss
Vera Schafer at Fairfield and Miss
Verna Groh at Pleasant Point.
Mrs. Howard Reeves of Cordova
was a visitor at the home of her sis
ter. Mrs. Ernest Gerkin.
Licensed to Wed. Alvin J. Boden,
Lake Geneva. Wis., and Edna Hitch
cock, Davenport; Arthur Underwood
and Pearl Hann, Ijb Claire.
Files Cross Petition. An answer
and cross-petition has been filed by
the defendant in the divorce suit of
Emma Doonan vs. John Doonan. The
bill of the husband asks dismissal of
her suit and a divorce in his favor, he
alleging infidelity on the part cf 'his
wife. Attorney William Chamberlin
appears for him.
To Erect New Excharvge. Plan3
have been completed and the contract
will be let soon for the new $75,000
office bunding of the Iowa Telephone
company, which will be erected on
the southwest corner of Sixth and
Main streets. The office building will
have a frontage of 100 feet on Main
street and 75 on Sixth street, with a
court on the southwest corner. The
building will be three stories in height,
with bast men", and will be so con
structed that three adlitiona! stories
Dr. C. A. Lambert
Now finishing up his second week's
practice at the Harms hotel. Hock
Forty-three patients taking treat
ment. Every one a good reference.
Call and get names of satisfied pa
tients. One editor especially said of Dr.
Lambert and his work, "It should be
evidence enough for any thinking
person would they only stop long
enough to think it out that Dr. Lam
. bert. must certainly have discovered
remedies an'd means with which to
quickly cure cases of stomach, eye,
ear, nose and throat diseases of a
superior order of excellence or he
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never could afford to open an office , from & gun ve8terdav when Charles
In this larre city which is so largely , Nlchols the Janitor attempted to
supplied with doctors, in fact, has , ralge u tJ the Second floor The car
an over plus. This, we repeat, ought r, ,od . the f of the ghaft
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vince any sane person for Dr. Lam
bert pays out over $800 per month
In expenses alone. He certainly has
gifts of knowledge gleaned by ex
perience from prescribing for and
examining thousands of patients,
where any locl man examines and
prescribes for ten cases."
This doctor excels in special work
on ail stomach diseases and in all
eye, ear, nose and throat diseases.
Were this not a positive fact he
would not dare to locate in Rock Is
land. HI. Common prudence would
teach h!m otherwise. "He makes
Another essential thing for our
readers to know. Dr. Lambert is
financially responsible. Ask the
Feoplcs National bank of Rock Is
land. Another sure thing. The doctor
riot-8 not take reoplo's money and
then desert them.
"Dr. Lambert remained here 4 2
weeks." If.-inceton (111.) Republi
"Dr. Lnrnbcrt remained here IS
mourns." Lawrenceville (111.) Re-
If you wish one solid week's read
ing of 'o'ters from sratrful rat'.ents.
read the bundle in Dr. Lambert's of
fice. This dector er.rries all of his own
rrni'.irs ;;nd has them compounded j
to his private, spec.al order by the '
best rhem'sts In this country, most of
the remedies are all Lis own discov-eric-s.
Consultations are f r e.
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BRAID TRIMMED BLACK FLUSH TOP COAT
With a WTap like this a woman Is prepared for any emergencj
which may call her outside her own door, for the coat may quick
ly be slipped over a silk or mohair frock and, with the addition oi
a smart hat and nice gloves, she looks well enough to be seen any
where. The coat, lined with mauve brocaded Batin and fastening In mil
itary fashion with silk frogs and loopings, is of exceptionally good
style. With It is worn a plush-faced and banded rolling brimmed
sailor of black satin relieved by white dove breasts applied flatly
against the crown.
can be added whenever the business
of the company increases to such an
extent as to make this necessary. The
structure is to be fireproof through
out, with steel frame and reinforced
concrete construction, the floors,
frame and foundation to be of such
construction as to support a six-story
Thrilling Experience. The elevator
in the Central office building went ta
the ton of the building like a shot
and could not be lowered. It was not
j until noon, after a large amount of re
j pairing had been made, that the eleva
tor was again placed In commission.
Held for Theft For the theft of a
sample case from D. A. Brown, for
.whom he worked. J. C. Rickets was
sentenced to 30 days in the county jail
yesterday. The charge against him
was larceny by embezzlement. Detec
tive LaGrange brought Rickets in on
information sworn out against him.
Ben Myers made a business trip to
Joe Dowseth spent Wednesday in
Tom Mainard who has been visiting
Mathersville relatives has returned to
his home in Norris.
Archie Kasenburg and family of new
Sherrard visited at the Bopp home
j Bert Sackfield made a trip to Alerts
' L. F. Handley who has been em-
ployed at the McCuliough lumber yard
resigned his job. and will now work
at his trade as bar'oer.
Dr. English, president of the Wil
liam and Vashti college of Aledo was
on the streets Wednesday. ,
Miss Annie Lawson is clerking in
the Wild store during Mr. Wild s ab-
He is on a vacation in Minne-
A meeting was held in the opera
house Friday evening to set a date for
The Dope on the Daily Doings of Nutville
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a field day. Wednesday Sept. 27, was
named. There will be games, races,
and all other kincis of sports, with
plenty of good music for the occasion.
The affair will probably end up 'srith a
dance in the evening.
Charles Hubbs of Rapids City visited
Mrs. John Boden and daughter. Amy
were Rock Island shoppers Friday.
George Urickson made a businesa
trip to Aledo Friday.
Miss Httlda Johnson will give a re
cital Ju 'the opera house Friday eve
ning Sept. 15.
Mrs. Henry Barr left Friday for a
visit in old Henderson.
Frank Cox is now employed at the
McCuMough lumber yard.
Miss Clara Brown of Cable was a
Mathersville visitor Friday.
Mrs. Henry Mofflt was an Aledo vis
The Mathersville school opens Oct.
2. The following teachers have been
engaged: John Edgar of Joy, princi
pal; Miss Ollie Trego, Sherrard. pri
mary, and Miss Evans, intermediate.
Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Gust John
son spent Fri lay in Rock Island.
Miss Iaura Taylor has returned to
her home in Moline after a short visit
at the John Handley home.
Mrs. Wiliiam Beck and son Kenneth
are visiting in Ellisville.
A new bank is soon to be started in
Mathersville. It will be a branch of
the Farmers" bank of Sherrard under
I the direction of C. A. SamuelSon & Co.
The new institution will place its safe
j in the Olson building until a home is
j erected by this enterprising bank firm.
Mrs. Joe Wild went to Coal Vallev
to visit a week.
Thomas Convill of near Cable was a
passenger to Rock Island from this
Miss Mary Bastion has reeurned to
her home in Preemption after visiting
her aunt. Mrs. William Thompson.
Daniel Walberg cf Uock Island vis
ittd here Saturday.
Lenord Bengston, who is attending
Augustana college at Rock Island,
spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Frank Hebbeln ciaio a business
trip to Aledo Saturd.i..
Mrs. F. W. Oldden has returned
Branch of Swedish Paper. The
Rockford Posten, a large Swedish pa
per published In Rockford, has opened
a branch office in the Swedish Olive
building in this city. The name of the
paper is to be changed to Svenska
Pays Off a Mortgage. Final pay
ment on the $10,000 mortgage assumed
by the library board at the time the lo
cal Carnegie building w as erected was
ordered made Tuesday evening by the
board. The amount involved Is $1,
000. The board is not without debt,
however, as a mortgage of $5,000 was
given at the time the adjoining proper
ty on the east was purchased. It is
planned to liquidate this debt in the
coming two years.
Union Men Protest. Union brick
masons employed at the scene of con
struction of the Kern's building addi
tion, on Sixth avenue, have refused to
brick up a Kewanee boiler that was to
be installed bv thf Moline Heatine and
Construction company. The manager Peoples Power company..
of th( rnmnanv tvhh Infnrmprt of thislSpencer & Trefz ,
move and, according to one of the un
ion men, promised to make an effort
to get a substitute for the Kewanee ar
ticle. Claim of the anion men is that
the Kewanee firm is unfair to union la
bor and recently the local Federation
of Labor voted not to insta'l Kewanee
boilers in any buildings being con
st.jcted by union labor.
Obituary Record. A telegram re
ceived yesterday forenoon by Charles
Holm of this city tells of the death of
Mrs. John Holm at Indianapolis, Ind.,
Tuesday. Mrs. Holm was here recent,
ly to attend the funeral of her late
father-in-law, Gustaf Holm. Upon re
turning to Indianapolis she became 111
with appendicitis and death resulted.
To Compete for Prizes. Degree
staff of Manufacturers' lodge, No. 485,
I. O. O. IF., intends to enter the prize
competition at the sovereign grand
lodge in Indianapolis next week and
will leave Moline Sunday forenoon for
the Indiana capital. This will be the
local staff's first visit to a sovereign
gra,nd lodge, but it expects to carry
off some of the prize money. A first
prize of $300 and a second prize of
$150 are offered.
to her home in Monticello. Iowa,
atter a visit at the Charles Hagmau
Miss Leona Childs has returned
home from Sherrard.
The Misses Elsie and Hannah
Quaintanct of Sherrard were in
Mathersville Saturday. "
Harry McCullcugh of ' Monmouth
spent Saturday with his father, T. G.
A. R. Stein, John Boden and John
Jones were among those who went
to Aledo Monday.
Gust Latt and Axle Swanson were
in Aledo on business Monday.
Murt Connor of Coal Valley was
a business visitor in town Saturday.
Mark Knot, who has been assist
ant depot agent here resigned Sat
urday, Joe Dowsett will fill the va
cancy. Tne Mathersville ball team played
at Gilchrist Sunday. The score was
2 to 0 in favor of Mathersville.
Grant Liebenpher was in Ccai
John Hall spent Sunday In Mon
mouth. A. R. Stein was in Rock Island
Mrs. Bell of Preemption arrived
Monday for a visit at the James Had
George Urickson was a Gilchrist
Hebbeln Brothers are building a
new house next to their lumber yard.
Wallie Gustafson and the Misses
Susie Sword, Lizzie Sword and Mary
Johnson were Norwood visitors Sun
lliiam hite Of Morrison IS a ViS-i a June buy and the corn disappear
itor at the home of his son. Charles, i 2?lmoP' " ""'ll- ll u,t Lhr,lvAl! a2ay
, , i f rom the healthy fU-fh an1 drops ofT
The reception held at the parsonage : you can apply -gots-IT" in two
for Rev. and Mrs. Wright was well ; secouds, and it begin u, a-et in it
, ; work a second lal't. Pretty Mini you 11
attended and enjoyed by all. j forsret you ever had corns or bunions.
Little Bernice Ashdown had the mis. ! ETS-IT" is o!d at all druKKists.
... , , . , , I at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt
fortune to get badly scajded last week, ! of T,rl, e ry -. Lawrence & Co.. Chlca-
but Is doine r.Icelv. ! o. m.
mr tj, v. , Sr,ld ln Rork If land by O. Ortjen.
Mrs. Richard Ashdown fell donC ridei and Charles j. strate.
Mr. and Mrs. Schoffer of South Mo
line visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman are
rejoicing over the arrival of a Dew
Miss Frances Muilane and Miss Ag
nes Groves of Moline visited with Miss
Nellie Lyons, who has returned to
Davenport to resume 'her school du
ties. Mrs. Walter Scott returned from a
10 days' visit with her brother and
wife at Minneapolis.
A new- fcoy has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cox.
Mrs. Mary Hays is still quite ill at
her home in the south part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peterson of
Moline were guests at the home of
Mrs. A. Wilson entertained her Sun
day school class Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. McCarty have a new
daughter at their home.
BOARD EDUCATION BILLS
Items Ordered Paid at Last Meeting
of School I M roc tors.
Bills for August were ordered paid
as follows by the Rock Island hoard of
W. J. Blieseuer
Leithner & Weishar
C. J. Larkin
Rock Island Sasjfc & Door works.
Iuis Hanssen's Sons
Rock Island Sash & Door works.
A. J. Burton
The Cable company
S. S. Kemble
Julia M. Anderson
P. A. Ecklund
Central Union Telephone com
pany J. F. Dindinger
Young & McCombs
Charles L. Thompson .........
J. Stuart Dart
Tri-City Railway company 10.00
Ginn & Co 10.10
Baker Paper company
Atkinson, Mentzer & Grover...
Remington Typewriter company
Underwood Typewriter com
Postal Telegraph company
Schocker Paper company 10.00
Hartz & Bahnsen Co.
Allen, Myers & Co. . .
. . 10.8
Channon & Dufva 21.40
Electric Const. Co
John T. Noftsker
F. L. Yerbury
A. W. Jeffries
J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. ...
H. B. Hayden
Joseph Dixon Crucible Co.
R. I. Polk Co
Emily F. McCurdy
. . 52.40
, . 30.00
. . 20.00
George II. Kingsbury 36.35
Corns Go So Easy
"GETS-IT," the New Wonder, Removes
'em Quickly and Painlessly.
ink Goodnni I Can Wear Shoe
Comfortably Agra In."
Cutting: Jut pleases corns they
thrive undr It. Piasters and fuch
thintrs prnoraHy take away nome of
the toe with the corn if they Ret the
corn at all.
"GETS-IT" work on a nw princi
ple. It Is perfectly harm loss to the
healthy fleph. but It does ijt for a corn,
hnnlnn fAllnna nr wnrt like n hen for
Lathers freely in lard or soft, hot or cold water. This is fmt one of it
excellent qualities produced by years of experimenting. There is no v
other soap made which so perfectly adapts itself for toilet purposes c
in all kinds of water. Jap Rose is the one perfect bath soap. 8
REFUSE IMITATIONS. LOOK FOR THE JAP GIRL ON EVERY PACKAGE. 2
Sold by Dealers Q" Everywhere I
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The Rock Island Savings bank cooperates with
its depositors in the furtherance of their financial
affairs by conferring and advising with them
whenever they care to call upon its officers for
information or suggestions that the bank may be
able to extend.
Accounts both large and small invited.
te!TRANSACTs' A CENERAL COMMERCIAL. SAvInGS, 1
W EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS fcV-,l
Western I'niou Tel. Co 5.9
Kdward Nance 24.65
Kramer Printing Co 2.00
C. M. Cannon 45.0)
Mueller Lumber Co 1.10
W. M. Welch Co 15 00
Allyn & URf-on 230.4ft
American Rook Co 107.00
Henry Holt & Co 21.00
Character Development league. 18.00
Henry Darta' Son 2.61
Houghton, Mifflin Co 21.00
R. G. Summers & Son 19.23
R. S. Place "... 1..25
Mrs. Mary Kuhl of Chicago, state
president of the W. C. T. U. of Illi
nois, will lecture at Zuma M. E.
church, Tuesday evening, Serjt. 19.
A collection will he taken a't the
close of the service.
Mrs. Ira Wainwrlght enjoyed a
family reunion of her sister, her
aunt, Mrs. John Conley, and her cou
sin, Mrs. Bertha North. There
were 19 present.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Smith of Rock j
Island visited with relatives here a :
Samuel Real, who has been si k (
the past two weeks, 1b now able to j
Bit up. J
I). W. Mumma was a risiter In !
Not a minute should be lost when ;
a child shows symptoms at croup. !
Chamberlain's cough remedy given a j
soon as the child becomes "hoarse, or j
even after the croupy cough appears. ;
will prevent the attack. Sold by all I
Beats Witness In Court Room,
telling. St-iit. 14 W. S. Houston
disapproved of evidence given by W.
S. Conkey on the wUnoaa utand in the
cily court, lloft.re officers could In
terfere Houston severely beat the wit
ness in the presence of the court and
was ilnrd $.o for contempt.
An Ideal Hair Restorer
Wyeth. Chemist and Scien
tist, discovered in Sage unci
Sulphur the same nourish
ment supplied by nature to
the roots of healtrty hair.
No More Gray Hair
No More Dandruff
Ho More Baldness
We rvaMi WYF.TH'S SAGE
and SULPHUR HAIR RKM
KDY to rrmove dandruff, stop
itrhinf? of the "scalp, prevent the
hair from falling out, promote (
the growth r,l liair. ar.d to
rcf iore faded and rtray hair
lo n1ar&l color cr refund the!
A Wo4rfl Care
ilr h'r wn ottlnr Til' rrT
Tn.ling nut r.-JtMiy. an I as tfrio'eo
with e. terr!! Hch'.nr 't -l: Mr
.liy c'.t berK to -m nttri c'-t. It la ,
r."W Hi' 1rk b-n cii'ir. will, m7
Sii pll&M. Mils K A. f.'Jltii.
ehvort. Uerrar Co..
Price 50c. and $1.00 a Bottle
At ill r,ritr;.,fa
ri rnr arnoat- Corn mot bp T
It ttt aricc fa B'mraisa to Uie It
WYETH CHEMICAL CO.
74 CortlasdlSU N.Y.CIty m
r'fir sale ari'j r-i o.-wiin u'led hy lb
Harder house pharmacy.
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