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THE ROCK ISKAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912.
Licensed to Wed. Arthur Living
ton, Davenport, and Ida Rugger, Dav
enport; James B. KJdd. Davenport, and
Elsie Oyler, Taylorville. 111.; William
Hamann, Davenport, and TffHl"
Strove, Davenport; Hang A, Lareen,
Cordova, El and Sheba U Hook. Cory
don, Iowa; Edward W. Eock, Grand
Mound, and Mary A. Peters, DeWItt;
Hennon Berrodt, Dixon, and Amanda
C. Slebke, Dixon; Henry Barthloma,
Wilton Junction, and Ella Struck, Du
rant. No Place to Work. Because there
were no more furnaces to fire, John
Neuhae wag brought into police court
yesterday morning for having loafed In
northwest Davenport and for having
gone from house to house in search
of food and money. He admitted that
he had pot been working for several
days, and told the court that he would
Just as soon be In jail for a while. as
he had recently broken his leg and
was unable to do hard work. He was
given a 10-days' rent.
Patent Is Received. Attorney Am
brose P. McGulrk yesterday received
notification from the patent office In
Washington that a patent had been al
lowed Samuel M. Campbell of this city
for his ice harvesting machine. This
Is designed to cut Ice by the use of a
rotary saw;. Mr. Campbell expects that
this machine will do much to cheapen
the harvesting of the ice crop. It Is
at present being manufactured by the
East Davenport Machine company.
Darkey Makes Promises. "I'll not
be In heah agin'; nevah, no mo," was
the parting ahot of George Lawrence
yesterday morning when he wag let go
with a 30 days' sentence hanging over
him for disturbing the peace. Law
rence was arrested at the request of
Mrs. George Riggers, who claimed that
Lawrence had used vile language to
her and her husband at the home near
Eleventh and Famara streets Wednes
day night. Lawrence, in b'.s much ac
centuated southern dialect, gave the
court a lengthy dissertation on his
troubles. He said that he bad sold Rig
gers a coat for 75 cents, and that it
had not been paid for. He went to the
letter's house Wednesday evening to
get tils coat. He got it and then the
trouble started. The arrival of the po
lice prevented further disturbances.
Tries Out Aeroplane. A defect in
the mechanism of his aeroplane, man
ufactured by himself uurinj; his spare
hours, prevented W H. Kauffman, a lo
cal inventor, from ascending from the
rive at the foot of Gaines street,
about C o'clock Wednesday night.
Mr. Kauffman has been experimenting
In its present state of near perfection
in its preset state of near perfection
he has a hyoplane that ho declares is
much lighter than the ordinary aircraft.
Mrs. William Peppers of Muscatine
visited from Sunday till Wednesday
with her aunt, Mrs. Anna Mounts.
Mrs. Elmer Lee and son, Ruel of
Clinton are visiting this week at the
l:ome of Aa. Lee's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Stropes.
The body of Napoleon R Richards,
who died in Davenport Friday, was
burled here Sunday with services at
How Build Today
To Replace the Worn Out Parts
Each day thinkers use up cells of the Brain.
Each day active workers destroy cells in the nerve centers.
If the food lacks the thiings Nature demands for rebuilding, Nervous Prostration and
Suppose a bricklayer trid to build a wall and the boss furnished brick, sand and wat
er, but left out the lime?
Suppose you eat plenty of albumin and take sufficient water, but neglect food which
contains Phosphate of Potash?
Nature cannot rebuild gray matter in nerve centres and brain without Phosphate of
Potash which binds together albumin and water to make it.
Phosphate of Potash, as grown in the grains by Nature, is more than half the miner
al salts in Grape-Nuts. "
"There's a Reason" for
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
'WE ARE COINC TO BE CITIZENS." SAYS MME.
NORDIC A. SPEAKING BEFORE WOMAN'S CLUB
Mm. Lillian Nordlca.
Mnte. Nordlca, prima donna and I will tee the justness of oar conten.
ardent suffragist, recently gave a ; tiona. and they will rive us the right
talk before the Cook County Suffrage i to.,v.?to-
AUlance on the question of eo.ua! suf- ! Vel VeVustV.?
Ira8?- 1 tend to our duties, but we wish to be
"We are going to be citizens, I citizens and comprise, with t'ja men,
think," she said, "when men take one great family. I believe when
thru- frtn their business to weigh men realize that we are for Instead
our arguments. With serious con- of against them, they will take us
alteration of the subject the voters . In."
11 o'clock, at the Baptist church. His
body was was laid to rest in the fam
ily burying ground in the Andalusia
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. C. Helnze wel
comed a baby boy at their home Sun
day. April 21
Oscar Ramser. Jr.. of Rock Island
visited Saturday evening with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ruby.
Florence Cole, who has been spend
ing several weeks in Reynolds, re
timed home last Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Simmon3
iit ill iw.n joinuu lQ. cuireauo
visiting their sons.
Mrs. Margaret Dunlap and daugh
ter, Lily, were in Rock Island last
Freda Hass of Rock Island came
down last Friday to make a short
visit at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hass.
Mrs. Cyrus Kennedy of Rock Island
visited a few days the last of the week
with relatives here.
The body of the late John .Ham
mond, of Sears, was laid to rest in the
cemetery here Sunday at 2 o'clock.
The Andalusia Masonic lodge, of
which he was a member, had charge
of the services.
Mrs. William Schultz and daughter
Hays Britton and A. McDole of Rock
Island, attended the dance here Friday
evening and returned to Rock Island
Mrs. John Kruse and son of Swift
Current, Canada, and Grandma KruBe,
of Rock Island, visited from Monday
till Wednesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Burmeister.
Miss Annie Burmeister returned to
her home in Chicago Sunday, after
concluding a short visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burmeister.
Mrs. Will Reide and son of Rock Is
land, visited from Friday till Wednes
day, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. George Scheirman of
Muscatine visited Monday with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lyman H. McNall of New Boston
spent Sunday with Albert Workman,
that city. Dr. Lamping, in his let
ters to Mr. Butterworth, alleged that
he had been persecuted by the board
I of control of the Moline city hospl-
of Buffalo, were visiting with
tives here Monday.
Swimming Meet Postponed. It Is
announced that the swimming cam
paign, scheduled for the whole of next
week In the Y. M- C. A. pool tinder
direction, of the famed G. H. Corsan,
has been postponed until the week
commencing Monday, May 13. While
it is a sore disappointment to the local
officers to change the date after com
plete arrangements had been made,
Mr. Corsan was voluntarily released
from bis engagement In Molina next
week when it became known there
waa an excellent reason.
Lives Endangered- Lives of a num
ber of "women and children were en
dangered at 3:10 yesterday afternoon
when the heavy wind blew a pane of
glass from a window on the third story
In the southeast corner of the Skinner
annex. The glass fell to the street, on
which IBeveral women and children
were passing. An automobile owned
by (Dr. A. M. Beal was standing in
front of the annex. The glass struck
a rear fender of the cab with sufficient
force to split the eheet metal, which
Is one-eighth of an Inch thick, in sev
eral places. The pavement was strewn
with glass and large pieces were scat
tered almost to tho east curb of Six
teenth street Only a small portion of
the pane remained In the frame. Had
the pane fallen on anyone's head,
death probably would have resulted.
Obituary Record. Succumbing to a
week's illness of spinal meningitis.
Arvid V. Becker of 1014 Thirteenth av
enue died at 3:30 Wednesday after
noon. Arvid Victor Becker was born
in Sweden March 22, 1878, and grew
to manhood in his native land. On
nil arrival in this country In 1900, he
came direct to Moline, where he had
since lived. The survivors are a fath
er in Sweden, and a brother Oscar and
a sister Olga, both of this city, also an
aunt, Mrs. Victor Becker, and several
cousins with whom he made his home
in this city. Funeral services in charge
of the Odd Fellows will be held in the
late home Sunday afternoon. Inter
ment will be In the private lot of the
Svithiods at Riverside cemetery.
The fourth discussion of the Rock
Island County Teachers' association
met at the Milan high school last
Saturday. It was very well attended.
S. J. Ferguson conducted the meeting.
the subject being a discussion on the
personality of the teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lunburg and Mr.
and Mrs. Patterson of Rock Island
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Post and family of Lock
Miss Trenkenechuh and the Misses
Dorothy and Ethyl Hilman and MIbs
Ramser of Rock Island visited Mon
day at the home of Mrs. Karl Birken
meyer. The Misses Dorothy and Margaret
Cheney of Milan visited Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Car
penter of Rock Island.
Mrs. J. D.j Rischell spent the fore
part of the week with her mother,
Mrs. Emily Marshall at Clinton, la.
The regular business meeting of the
W. W. B. society of the First Metho
dist Episcopal church of Milan was
held at the home of Mrs. Rein wait
After the business was Bet aside a
delicious luncheon was served.
Miss Carrie Madison of Rock Island
visited Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Blunt of Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Birkenmeyer and
children, Marcellus and Elizabeth,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Birkenmeyer's
mother, Mrs. Brook man of Rock Is
land. John Wilson of Sherrard and daugh
ter, Hannah, spent Sunday at the home
of Harry Fisher of Milan.
The Wide Awake club met at the
home of Marcellus Birkenmeyer Fri
day evening. After the business was
over, the evening was spent in play
ing games, after which a delicious
luncheon was served. Those present
were: Lenard RIehell, Con Smith.
Gene Campbell, Harold Hodaon, Wil
liam Nichols and William Thompson.
Mrs. John Campbelle and daughter.
Mamie, spent Saturday at the home
of Mrs. George Bain of Rock Island.
The Misses Fanny and Hannah Gob-
en of Rock Island spent Saturday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Miss Faye McMeekin spent Satur
day and Sunday with relatives in
Coal Valley and Crampton, 111.
Miss Gertrude Mllner of Davenport,
a former teacher In the Milan public
schools, called on Mrs. Kester McMloh-
ael Friday afternoon.
Miss Cornelia Walker, who has
been spending the winter In the west.
has resumed her position with the
Tri-Ctty Electric company of Daven
port. Miss Armstrong and Miss Llndqul&t
of .Sherrard spent Saturday at the
home of the Misses Cornelia and Car
rie Walker of Milan.
Mrs. John Carner of Coal Valley vis
ited Friday at the home of Mrs. Harry
The Monday club met at the home
of Miss Adah Marin, Monday even
ing. The evening ras spent in sew
ing, after which a ellcious luncheon
was served. Thosi present were as
follows: Mrs. F. L iteveas, Mrs. Fred
wood pulp. Perfectly aged,
to prevent Liliousness.
Every Lotlle is Pasteurized. When it
reaches you m ftie Brown Bottle it is pure
See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz."
Boulton and the Misses Katherine
White, Martha Fitzslmmons, Maud,
Florence and Bernice Hull, Evelena,
Cressey, Ruth Ruge, Ruth Stevens,
Marie Milstead, Pauline Bowman and
two visitors, Mrs. Hunter and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Wauglan of Pleasant
Ridge were Milan callers Saturday.
Ralph Wllkins of Little York, la., is
visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. David Jones of Milan.
Mrs. James Gannon, Mrs. Rose
Davis and Mrs. Roj Gannon of Rock
Island visited Wednesday at the home
of Miss Ella Gannon of Van d ruff's is
land. Mrs. Holt, who has been visiting at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto
Larson of Milan, has returned to her
home in Mathersville.
Mrs. James D. Christy of Rock Is
land visited with relatives in Milan
Miss Elizabeth Whitsltt has moved
her household goods from the Gold
smith tenement house on William's
street to H. L, Franning's property
on Water street.
Miss Myra Scott of Chicago visited
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. C.
Miss Elizabeth Johnston of Milan
and Miss JeBse Thacher of Rock Is-
HOW'S YOUR STOMACH?
Is It Full of Poiaonoas Ges ana
Fermenting Food? .
Money back if Ml-o-na stomach tab
lets do nob end the misery of indiges
tion. There's the kind of Bincere talk
that makes even the worst skeptic
sit uy and listen.
In five minutes, sometimes less,
thla wonderful prescription called Ml-o-na
ends gas eructations, heaviness,
sourness, heartburn and other dis
tress. But best of all it stops forever diz
ziness, nervousness, biliousness, head
aches, constipation, shortness or
breath, nightsweata, sleeplessness and
Mi-o-na stomach tablets aie a real
bedy tonic. Take them for two
weeks, and notice the restorative ac
tion on the whole system. They put
vigor, vim and vitality into you and
make life happier, better, brighter.
The Harper House pharmacy has
them, also reliable druggists every
where. Large box only SO cents and
tliat you sometimes detect m
beer in light Lotties.
That taste is the result of
exposing Leer to light.
Schlitz is brewed m the
darlc filtered through white
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.,
land spent Friday with friends In
The Misses Gladys and Zola Jones
and Ralph Wilkins visited Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Warren of Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rboadarmer of
Orion visited Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rhoadarmcr.
Mrs. Will Ward, a former resident
of Orion, died at Mercy hospital, Clin
ton, la., at 12:35 Monday morning of
tumor of the brain. She was born
at Swedona 40 years ago. 8he leaves
her husband, three daughters, Anna
May, Hazel and Grace; her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holiday of
Swedona, a brother, Jesse Holiday of
Sherrard, and two sisters, Mrs. Aleck
McNeal of Sherrard, and Mrs. Frank
Drake of Michigan. Douoly sad is the
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bereavement for the parents because
of the fact that just one week ago
they buried their daughter, Mrs. Roy
RalSon. The remains of Mrs. Ward
were brought to Orion Thursday morn
ing and the funeral was held
at 10 o'clock from the Baptist
church. Rev. W. Anderick officiating.
Burial was made in tho Western ceme
tery beside the body of her little son.
It Looks Like a Crime
to separate a boy from a box of Buck
lea's Arnica Salve. His pimpleB. bolls,
scratches, knocks, spralnu and bruises
demand it, and Its tjulcK renef for
burns, scalds or cuts is his right. Keep
everything healable nd does It quick.
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