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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1912.
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Aeroplane Suit For alleged loss
of time, damage to the aeroplane and
loss of money contracted for. suit has
been Instituted by W. H. Kuffmin
end Carl H. Thorasen against the
Chicago. Rock Island Jc Pacific rail
road. The amount sought Is 1523.02.
Of this amount, $150 Is for loss of ex
hibition money, 9200 flight money,
damages $100 and freight costs.
Hoodlum Gang Busy. That a gang
of hoodlums Is raiding their back
yards and carrying off everything
from fruit and vegetables to chil
dren's pets, Is the complaint that has
reached the police authorities from
residents In the vicinity of Sixth.
Seventh and Eighth street, west of
Harrison. The members of the gang
are said to be sons df prominent fam
ilies in the neighborhood.
Four Fire Call. Four calls were
answered by the Are department Mon
day and yesterday. At 6:30 Monday
night two-calls came In simultaneous
ly, one from 1643 West Fourth street,
where a few shingles bad caught Are,
and the other from tbe Lascher flats
at Third and Warren streets. Fire
there had started In a clothes closet
and before It could be extinguished,
had caused several dollars' damage.
At 8:55 a. m. yesterday the depart
ment was called to 2321 Farnam
street, where a roof flre had started.
At 8:30 o'clock the sevens and tbe
chiefs auto went to tbe Interstate Ma
terial company's plant at the foot of
Myrtle street, where a rubbish flre
government printing office and pur- j K. J. Stenstrom of Milan were among
chases all necessary machinery ana j the visitors at the home-coming in
material. The foreman of printing bas'j Coal Valley Thursday. j
charge of all matter which is to be Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van De
printed. Tht following are the official I Voarde and daughters Bertha and
head of the several departments: Pub-j Margaret, of Illinois City, I1L, spent
11c printer, secretary to the public i Monday with Milan friends while on
printer, attorney, deputy public printer, their way to Coal Valley.
Ccngresalona 1 Record clerk, superm- William Woods has returned to his
tendent of work and superintendent of Lhome after a two weeks' trip attend-
Horsewhips Children. Charged
with borne whipping the four email
children of William O. Dlttman. Max
A. Giersch. residing on the Hickory
grove rotd Just within the city limits,
was placed under "arrest yesterday
morning by Constable Phil Kahles.
One of the children was a baby girl
three years old and the oldest la 12 '
ears of age. Glersch, who is a
neighbor of the Dlttman family, ob
jected to the children crossing his
field as they had been in Jjhe habit or
doing when returning to and from
home. Ho ears that he had warned
thfm repeatedly from walking over
Ms land and that the children called
Obituary Record. Mrs. Henrietta
Meyer. ar?d 72 years, paused away
at Mercy hospital at 7:30 o'clock yes
terday morning after an illness of
more than three years duration. Sho
was born Jan. 19. 1840, in Fehmarn
Germany, comlne; to the United States
in the year lRfi'J and settling in Dav
enport. She Is survived by a sister,
Mrs. Theresa Grassman, residing in
Germany, and a niece In Clinton,
Iowa. The funeral will be held at 2
o'clock Thursday afternoon from the
Runge undertakinc parlors, with In
cineration in the Davenport crematorium.
Mrs. Carrie May Bralnardf wife of
8. C. Dralnard, died at 9 o'clock Mon
day evenln? at the family home, 2009
Rock Island ttreet, after an Illness
of several weeks' duration. She was
torn May 4. 1879. In Wyoming. Iowa.
l"lng at the time of her death 33
years of nge. Deceased was a mem
ber of the Rebekah lodge. She Is
survived by the husband and five chil
dren. Tbe mother. Mrs. W. H. Malll
coat of Wyoming. Iowa, also survives.
Mrs. Henry Wilson, Mrs. William
Goben and daughter Ruth and Miss
Lauretta Whlllhite of Milan left Thurs
day for Muscatine, where they will
spend a few days with friends and rel
atives. Miss Louise Nice cf Rock Island
spent Thursday at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. William Nice of Milan.
Mr. annd Mrs. William Cannam, Mrs.
Hugh Cannam and daughter Elsie and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leingang of Milan
spent Friday at the home-coming in
Coal Valley. ,
Mrs. William Sutton and daughter.
Miss Emma St odd of Knoxville, I1L,
have visited with relatives in Milan
for the past week.
Miss Jane Christy left Saturday for
Knoxville, m., where she will make
a week's visit with friends and rela
tives of that place.
William Loyde Clark of Milan left
Thursday afternoon for Anthony,
Kas., where he will spend several
days on a lecture trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson
of Milan left Tuesday for Des Moines,
Iowa, where they will attend the Des
The Misses Clara and Ida Van De
Voarde of Illinois City visited Thurs
day in Milan while on their way to
the home-coming in Coal Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Little and
WANTS TO BE HEAD
OF WOLVERINE STATE
Unela Sam's Public Printer.
"if " T -. .-'"
Planning New Road. A committee
of three was appointed at Monday
night's meeting of the East Moline
Commercial club to consult with the
farmers most interested relative to
constructing a hard road from East
Moline to Hillsdale., Those appointed
were W. I. Tize, Fred Rallsbach and
George Walker. A committee to push
the project of opening Seventh street
to Colona road was appointed as fol
lows: S. A. Cartwrlght, G. F. John
son and Oscar Lundeen. The treas
urer reported a balance of $138 on
Secure Special Car. A special cat
will be chartered by St. George lodge,
Knights of Pythias for th9 Journey to
Milan Sept 3, when the third rank
will be put on for a class of eight. De
cision to this effect was reached at
an enthusiastic meeting at the local
lodge rooms Monday evening. Several
members in addition to the drill team,
are planning to make the trip and at
least 40 ir all will attend the exer
cises. The car used will be orthodox,
even to the conductor and motorman.
the Tri-City railway company having
promised this concession.
Bond Issue Sold. Disposition of
the $164,000 .municipal waterworks
improvement and extension bonds, au
thorizod by the people of Moline at
the special election held July 23, will
be made to the Harris Trust & Sav
ings bank of Chicago, one of the solid
financial institutions of the west. The
eight bids for the purchase of the
bonds, opened last Thursday, were
Monday afternoon examined by the"
city commission and the award was
made to the Chicago firm their being
the most satisfactory proposition.
Obituary Record. Martin Schillin
linger, former mayor of Moline, whose
death occurred Saturday forenoon,
was laid to rest in Riverside cemetery
yesterday morning. Sorrowing friends
to a number twice the capacity of the
house gathered at the home, 42
Eighth street, to honor the memory of
cne who had In life been the friend of
parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Robert i eacl1- rloral oflcnngs presented were
J. Johnson. i f more than ordinary amount and
ing races at Louisville last Wednes
day In which his horse, I'sippia, took
first place out of 11 entries.
William Kale was called into Rock
Island on Saturday morning owing to
the illness of his sister. Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stafford of
Rock Island called on Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Walter Friday afternoon.
Miss Alice Dorman returned to her
home in Chicago after a two weeks'
visit with Miss Harriet Franning.
Mrs. Fred Schoelmann left Monday
for Chicago where she willjcake a
two weeks' visit with her daughters,
Miss Katherine Schoelmann of Chica
go, and Mrs. H. B. Honens of Oak
Mrs. Emit Jennish of Milan is visit
ing with friends and relatives in St
Miss Harriet Franning entertained
a number of trl-city friends at a 6
o'clock dinner at the Watch Tower
inn Monday in honor of her guest,
Miss Alice Dorman of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eichelberger
moved from Rock Island Thursday.
David Larson returned home Mon
day after a short visit with his broth
er in Rockford, 111.
Mrs. Warren Bradley and son Dean
left Friday for North Dakota where
they will make their home.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Post of Rock Island will ba
glad to hear that their baby who has
been so dangerously ill, is slowly im
proving. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dack of Southi
Rock Island spent Sunday at" the
home of Mrs. Dack's father, Isac Wea
ver and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Golden
lopf of Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lundell of Mo
line spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Lundell's father and sister.
John H. Gilmore and Mrs. Mae Fish
er of Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Ro
chelle. III., are here visiting at the
1 Whltnay Watfclna.
L. Whitney Watklns of Manchester
is the progressive candidate for gov
ernor of Michigan. He Is a state sen
ator, and has represented bis district
well in the state legislature and fought
for many reforms. Watkins has the
William Busliart who for the past
two years hps been superintending
the concrete work for the Walsh
Kahl Construction company of Hyde
park, N. Y.. where they have been
working on the John Jacob Astor es
tate, returned home Saturday even
ing to accept a position with one of
the concrete construction companies
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Downs of
South Rock Island Bpent Sunday aft
ernoon and evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. WMlllam Nice and fam
ily. Mips Flla Gaunder, Mis Mamie
Christy, James Gaimder and Morris
Gaunder of Milan, and Mrs. Morrla
Gaunder and Mrs. Rose Davis of Rock
Island spent Sunday afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George West
pfahl of Taylor Ridge.
I Coal Valley I
beauty. Especially beautiful was the
immense floral blanket The Rev. R
S. Haney, assisted by the Rev. D. S
McCown, conducted the services
which began at the home at 10
o'clock. Officials of the city attended
in a body. Members of Moline lodge,
I O. O. F., and of the C. G. Turner
society, the G. A. R., and the Masons,
as well as representatives of many o
the organizations of the citv were in
attendance. Especially notable wa
the large number of old settlers who
were present. Honorary pallbearers
were members of the It. H. Groham
post, G. A. R., as follows: R. W. Wol
ever, Peter Lind, William Johnson,
Samuel Crampton, W. A. Golden and
Andrew Hannah. Active pallbearers
were nephews of deceased. They
Martin Schillinger, Martin Stengel,
WMlliam SchUlinger, Louis Schillinger,
Fred Aekerman and Charles Schillin
ger. Moline loi;3 f oil IV Ivr-j weal
in charge of the etrvios at tin grave
rj r ft at i
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DUblic niiuHDff and httirilnir fT an
pc'nt.i f o ok-ers and employee of the I ment-
who has Joined the progressive move-
Wfcy Hse Steves?"
TLia i the retuoo why woa-.ea have " oerves." VLen thoughts bcC'n to row
cloudy and uncertain, ImpuUcj lag and the nariur.f.a ot pain and diatrea are aent
like flyic ntcssax.ct throughout liuibi and frame, ktraifhtway, nice tiraa in ten,
woman will lny the came of ir.e trouble to tome defect at the point where ahe brat
felt it. I it hradaohe, a backache, a actuation of irritability or twitching and
uncontrollable aervouane, aomethinf mutt Ix; wronf with the bead or back, a
woman naturally aaya, but all the lima tuo real trouble very often centers in tbe
womanly organ. lu nine catca out of tea th seat of the difficulty if here, and
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Dr- Pierce, during a oni period cf practice, found that a prescription made
from medicinal extracts o( native roots, without t:ie uac ot alouhol, relieved over V0
per ceot. oi such eaaca . After uin this remedy for many yeer in hi private prao
tio he put it up in form of Dr. Pirrcc'e Favorite Prescription, that would make it
easily procurable, and it caa be bad at any store where medicinca ere handled.
Mrs. Li I. a B. IUwkikr, of Zens. Ya., writes: " I hud been falling tn health
fvr two years most of iho time win not able tj attend to mv hoiiheho'.J duties.
, thanks to IVx-tor
i bottles cf ravor-
lXjctor Pierce' wonderful medicines."
irr i wo yearn moi of the time was nl ahln tj attend to mv he
Female Weakness was my troub'.a and 1 w (t ttop very had b-.lt, H
Flerce's niwdlclnea, 1 am well and trint a!n. I took only three bo
lie Prescription. and used the 'Ixtion Tablets.' 1 have nothing
TAtE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILL3.
Mrs. Amelia Baraks one of the pio
neer settlers of Coal Valley township,
died Monday following a protracted
Illness. A tumor from which she had
teen a patient sufferer, caused her
death, together with a complication of
diseases. Forty-two years ago, Mrs.
Baraks settled In Cosl Valley with her
husband, August Baraks, following
their arrival from Germany. One year
prior to their arrival in the United
States, they were united in marriage
In their native country. Mr. Baraka
preceded his wife in death July 18,
1911. Mrs. Baraks was born In 1844.
The survivors are her five eons, Don,
August, Henry, William and Fred
Baraks, all of Coal Valley, and a
daughter, Mrs. Amos Weaver of Iowa.
Tbe deceased was a devout member
of the German Lutheran church. Fun
eral services are to be conducted from
the Coal Valley Presbyterian church
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. In
terment will be. in the Coal Valley
FEE ONLY CNE DOLLAR
Before you pay bit fcea to other Investigate our great
auceess and low prices. For IT yeara th beat and
cheapest. Our fee for medical treatment I only on
dollar including medicine. In Catarrh, RheamatUm and
many Heart. Stomach an4 Luna Troublea. Alao Ner
ou lability. Wnknwt, Loan of Vlaror, all run as.
Varicose Velna. Kidney, Bladder. Blood and Skin D!a-
, e i -t r ir rein. v.au a i otiic one. ion can
return home a mat day.
fKWOMTIN nd cMMren ahould take our pert a I
IT? V VJlUXjn tr,atmenta for lun. heart, atomaeh.
innmiuc rn.nu rrioui eiarasra. II years in lavenport.
noura: i 10 n. x 10 . ana Tuesday and Saturday eve-nln-s,
7 to t, al.o Sunday tnornina; from 1 to 11 a. m
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-avwr-a t -m wmtfwr-. rm.m -r. vw -y awt njvmmyn.nn tpu.u. m
Thankful For His Escape.
"It's useless to urge me vo marry
you. When I say no I mean no.
"And can nothing ever break your da
termination when once you make up
"Weir. I wouldn't care to marry a
girl like that, anyhow." Boston Tran
script. Bureau of Information.
Stranger Can you tell me where 1
will find your bureau of vital statis
tics? Farmer Brown I kin give you
the village dressmaker' address. She
knows tlii age of every woman la
A lOpound baby girl arrived last
Sunday morning at the home of Mr.
and Mrs.. Charles O. Thompson.
Miss Ethel Sleet entertained a num
ber of her girl friends at a birthday
party last Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Verne McAvoy entertained
last Sunday Miss Emiline Sandquist
and mother of Cambridge and Miss
Guseie Almquist of Chicago.
Hugh Phelps of Cedar Rapids visit
ed his mother, Mrs. Mary Phelp, here
Dr. Hanson's new cement block res
idence is about completed.
Mrs. S. J. Bull had as guests Sun
day all her children, F. Bull of East
Moline, M. Bull ot Carbon Cliff. S.
Bull of East Moline and Mrs. Jesse
Brown of Osborne and families.
Mrs. William Allison of Carbon Cliff
visited friends here last Tuesday.
Mr. Glover and family of Chicago
visited friends here.
Mrs. Clayton Reed Is In Viola where
her father Mr. McKellrp is UL '
Alice Langly is quite ill.
Edith Lea of Annawan is visiting
When the digestion is all right, the
action of tbe bowels regular, there la
a natural craving and reiiEh for food.
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablet. They
I s'rer.grten the digestive organs, im
! rroe tae appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold byfcll druggist,
Exterminates rats, mice,
cockroaches, waterbags, etc
Ready for -use. Better than traps.
Money Back if it Fnil.
her cousin Lusina Peterson ot First
The Misses Ruth Westbay and
Alice Brown, the former of Joelin, the
latter of Osborne, spent last Thurs
day here with relatives and friends.
Fred Henderson has arrived home
from a visit at La Salle.
Last Friday evening Mrs. F. Glover
formerly of Silvia and now of Chicago
was the honored pviest at a card plrty
at the homo of Mrs. C. Young. Mrs.
Matthew Gillepnie and E. C. Roach
won prizes and Mrs. Glover received
many pretty presents.
R. Haemer and wife and L. and J.
Korband families spent last Sunday
at Taylor Ridge.
V. Wolfe and family are home from
their eastern trip.
M. Gillespie had as a Sunday guest
F. J. Glover of Chicago.
J. Shannon has recovered from a
Mrs. J. M. McCenn is visiting her
parents at Marquette, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Walsh were paid a
visit by E. Niver and wife of Muscatine.
Will Abrams has accepted a posi
tion as traveling engineer on the Iowa
division of the Rock Island road.
James Hughes has moved here from
Blue Island. .
Mrs. Matthew Gillespie, assisted by
Mesdames Kerwin and Mrs. W. Green,
entertained in honor of Mrs. F. Glover
Helen Flynn and mother and aunt,
Mrs. Cro6sley, are visiting in Chicago.
J. McCune is spending a few days
In Chicago on business.
The members aud friends of the
Baptist Young People's union met
with Miss Elvira Johnson. Friday
The Crescent Embroidery club met
with Mrs. G. McKinley Tuesday.
William Ireland and wife have re
turned home from their wes'ern trip.
Mrs. U. S. Bell entertained a num
ber of ber lady friends in honor of
Mesdames Phil Lauders and F. Glov
, A large number of the people ot
Silvis enjoyed themselves at a pic
nic at the Silvis park Tuesday even
ing. Mesdames Charles Frew and Gees
enhagen are visiting relatives at Har
ris burg, Pa,
Mrs. R. Thompklns will give a read
ing at the next meeting of the Em
broidery club at the home of Mrs.
Richard Walsh and family had as
guests Miss Lucile Walsh and Miss
Margaret Shaughnessy of Chicago.
Mrs. James Sharp is visiting rela
tives at Geneseo.
M. J. Quinn and wife were paid a
visit by M. Gunsalus and wife of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Walsh were visited
by E. A. Walsh and family of Spring
field. The preparations for paving First
avenue are progressing rapidly and
gravel is being hauled to other part
cf the town to -make better streets
ScM hj DntgguU Everywter, The members-ani friends cf the Bap-
UMf'BMfttePaC,.Cate.at.a 4 L Lvlte -Aid aocifety met at Ua
home of Mrs. T. J. Runsey to make
plans for a church fair to be held
Arthur Graham spent Tuesday in
Wilma Wolf returned home from a
visit with relatives at La Salle and
Mrs. Hunter and daughter visited
at Carbon Cliff latt Wednesday.
Alice Lausk'y has recovered from
a recent illnes.
Miss Stella, Brusso visited rela
tives in Carbon Cliff last week.
Miss Velma Vaccouselas and sister,
Mrs. I"). Beveridge, departed for Louis
iana, Mo., to visit relatives.
Mrs. Griffin visited at Carbon Cliff
Mesdames J. Swank and C. Rosa
mond of Carbon Cliff visited Mrs.
E. Kendall here Wedneeday.
Mrs. Sara Osborne 1b visiting ber
brother at Quincy.
Mesdames J. Shannon and G. Nich
ola spent part of last week in Coal
Miss Minnie Schaltz' spent Thurs
day with relatives at Carbon Cliff.
Mrs. R. Phelps visited her brother
here last week, returning home to
Carbon Cliff Monday.
Claire Schmidt and mother are visit
ItiK relatives at Alpena, Mich.
W. Abrams has arrived home from
a visit at Kiaon, towa.
F. Haddick and family are enter
taining L. Haddick 6f Des Moines,
Waneta and Alpha Evans and Ruth
Peterson of Moline visited friends
here last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Aruett spent
last Sunday here with relatives. They
reside in Geneseo.
Mr. Shingledecker and family and
niece came up in their auto from
Viola last Sunday to visit Mrs.
Shingledecker's cousin, Mrs. S. J.
Bull, and other relatives here.
LUlian Wolfe is visiting relatives
at De Pew.
Mr. and Mrs. Fine have moved here
from Viola and occupy the residence,
on Sixth street recently vacated by
John Mct'enne. Mr. Pine has accept
ed a posltlou at the transfer' at the
Mr. and Mrs. William Allison are
the parents of a litte daughter born
Word was received here from Viola
that Mr. McKellip of that place, con
tinues ill. William McKellip of Sil
vis la with htm.
Trne merit Is like a rlver-the deep
er It la the less noise It makes. Oav
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The K"jiiion of 1912 will cloce with the following -.iririga:
Steamer "oulncy." l'avinif Ho-k Island for St. Paul, Aug. 150. 2 p. m.. ami
Sept. 4 for 8t at 12:80 p. in.
Steamer "fct. Paul, leavlnf? Ko'.k Island for fct. 1'aul, brpL 4, Z p. m ana
sept. lor bt. I.ouih. Ht 13 31 p. m.
SPECIAL MATES IN SEPTEMBER.
To St. Paul. tranKpurtatl'm only, f -""; round trip, J10 50.
To cSL Loma, transportation ' onlv. I I.7S; round trip. fi.nO.
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csttally by a tiny sore which is the only outward evidence ox lta presence.
But down in the blood tne ireacnerous poison 13 ai wor an in t euuu
time its chain of symptoms besfia to crop out. Tiie mouth atd throat ul
cerate, alt in eruptions break oat, 6ores aud ulcers appear on the Vxly, the
planda in the eroin swell, and Eosieiimes the hair comes out. Mineral
medicines cannot cure Specific Blood Poison; they
only shut the disease up in tiie eystem to 6tnolder
and await an opportunity of breaking out afresh.
The only pos3:bie way to cure th disease is to re
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neys and all portions of the system, and thus makes
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oi roots, heiLs and barks; it does not contain a par
ticle of mineral or other harmful dm,?. Thousands
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