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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
MOVING IN THE STONE AGE AND TODAY.
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Insatiable Thlrt. Released from
jail at 10 o'clock la the forenoon and
again arrested at noon (or intoxication.
was the quick record established yes
terday in police circles by Anton
Weinman. The police are inclined to
put faith In the- theory that the pris
oner is endeavoring to make good
Skat Tournament. A free-for-al
rkat tournament will be held Sunday
afternoon at the Suburban island by
the Davenport Skat club. A large
attendance 19 desired and all skat
players of tin trl-cities. whether mem
bers or not of the Davenport organiza
tion, ere oordift'.ly Invited to be pres
ent and participate In the playing.
Inspects Arsenal. General Wood
chief of FtalT of the I'ni'ed States
srmy. Inspected the local arsenal yes
terday morning, leavtj? at 1:451
'clork In tli afternoon for Pes !
Moines. General W'ocd came to the j
Hock Island arsenal from Chicago.
Major Ilof of th? arsenal said yrRter-
day afternoon that General Wood had
tip special m'Hsion here beyond at i
Inspection tour Including several 01
the other arena's of the country
He arrived early in the morning. anj
niiiile a tour of the gliops and offices
In company with Colonel Burr before
Crops Not Damaged. Little serious
damage was done to the corn crop of
Scott county by the frost of Wednes
day nlsht. a:oordlrg to reports rtf
ceived yesterday tnorni ig from vari
ous sectinnp of the county. The front
Is reported heavy on the lowlands,
hs , near Buffalo, and comparatively
llRht on the hlrhf-r levels, as in Prince
ton and Sheridan townships. Ice form
ed nt several places, althnug'u the
ofiu.ia'. temperature of Observer Sher
ler In Davenport was 35.2 degrees
Ship Abroad. One Davenport prod
uct at least girdlee the earth, if no
more. It is Coldrlm flour, manufac
tured by the Western Flour Mill com
pany. This week, .two trainloada, con
sisting of 30 cars each, of Goldrlra
quality flour were shipped from here
for export trade alor.. ThiB is con- j
signed to Ix)ndon, Liverpool, Amster-,
dam. Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, i
Stockholm and Porto Rico. j
Contract Awarded. The contract!
for the erection of the new St. Al-!
phonsus church was awarded Wednes-!
day to Corn & f "on way, whose bid '.
was the lowest of the five contractor
bidding on the work. Building opera
tions will be commenced at once and
1' Is the Intention of th Redemptoriyt
Fathers to have the new church ready
for the Christmas services.
Must Have Lights. All automobiles
Handing in streets after dark must
carry lights. An order to this effect
wns Issued yesterday to the members
of the police force by Chief Schramm
and tUe edict will be s'rlrtly carriej
out hereafter. In giving the order,
the chief stated that heretofor there
have been numerous violations of thi
provision of the city ordinance and
this was largely due. no doubt, to
the Ignorance of the owner of the
Cavs eve Z
their honses which would exert a bale
ful Influence upon native visitors. A
Person lady, calling one day on an
American missionary lady, wished to
sit In a rockiux chair, which was some
thing she had never seen before. She
got up Into it with her feet and at
tempted to Kfjunt upon her heels, as
she would have done upon the floor,
with the result that she and tbe cbalr
both took a tumble backward. Hence
there went abroad a report that the,
missionaries kept in their bouses a
machine for converting people to Chris
tianity. Los Angeles Times.
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The .Rocker Rebelled.
In the early day of missions to Per- i
sla the people were naturally suspl-j
clone of the missionaries and were con-
stantly on the lookout for something in I
.Mrs. Phoebe Rathgober returned
to her home at Fulton, after visiting
with relatives in this icinity a few
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshall wel
comed a little daughter, born Sept. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. William Moody re
turned from their trip to Nebraska
and enjoyed a fine time.
Mrs. Wright sad Mrs. Dave Gen
ung went to Davenport Wednesday to
see Mrs. Iouis Genung, who is con
fined at St. Luke's hospital. They
report her Improvement.
Miss Erna Lundeen spent Saturday
and Sunday at her home in Rock Is
land, returning here Monday.
The P. Y. P. club met at the home
of Waldo Lees Saturday evening and
enjoyed a good time. Recitations,
readings, singing and other music
were given by the members of the
A division of the club. Miss Nellie
Lees served dainty refreshments after
which games were indulged la. The
new members who Joined were the
Misses Dena Gerkin and Rosa Fill
mer and L. G. Ashdown.
Ben Gerkin spent, several days at
Le Claire, visiting at the home of
Mies Dena Gerkin visited several
days last week w-ith her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knocke
mus, at Osborn.
Mr. Echelberry of Cordova has rent
ed the Joe Pearsall farm, a .id will
take possession Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Pearsall will become residents of Port
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerkin spent
last Sunday at the home of the laN
ter"s brother, Henry, Knockemus, at
Miss Hazel McConnell visited Satur
day and Sunday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McConnell.
Boy Calls Fire Wagon. Joseph De-
Bussher, aged 14, was unaware thai
he was Jeopardizing the welfare of the
city of Moline Tuesday afternoon
when he opened a fire alarm box and
pulled the lever, thereby calling out
the fire forces of the city. In fact,
I he was dumbfounded by his actloa
I and as the fixe wagons rolled to the
place where the alarm had been sent.
Eighth street and Eleventh avenue.
DeBussher stood there in awesome
wonder. Aa it was aDnarent that the
youngster had been the means of
summoning the department, he was
I asked as to the whereabouts of the
fire. He replied that he knew nothing
of it. When asked who had turned in
the alarm, he acknowledged that he,
naa aone so wunout realizing the
seriousness of hta offense. He was
allowed to go on his way after he had
been reprimanded and cautioned not
to repeat the trick.
To Inspect Hydrants. If careful
I and systematic inspection is a certain
preventlTe Moline will not be troubled
with frozen or broken Are hydrants
I during the coming winter. Commis-
sloner E. L. Eastman of the depart
ment of public health and safety has
instructed Chief J. Q. Hawk to now
commence the flushing of every oae of
the 318 fire hydrants in the city and
to test each one thoroughly for dam
age or defect. Those that are in need
of repair will be given attention be
fore the cold weather sets in.
Bible Research. The Rev. W. r
Slater, pastor of the Christian church
Is to address the men who assemble
Sunday afternoon at. 3:30 in the bible
rally for men at the Y. M. C. A. The
Rev. Slater nromises an affnroDriata
subject. O. E. McLaughlin, assistant
secretary of the association, is in
cnarge of the meetfns:. He has con
ducted a preliminary campaign to
work up interest in bible work
and he .feels that the time will
be ripe on tHe coming Sunday for
organization of the jnen of the asBo-
ciaiion ror DiD.e study and research
The meeting is to be at 3:30.
Moline Abroad. Eight Moline
Dreadnoughts have been 6ent out of
the plant of the Moline Automobile
company during the last 10 days, all
for export shipment. Four of these
cars went to New Zealand, one to
Australia, one to Santiago, Chili, one
to London, and another to Jamaica,
I'ame or the Moline cars, gained
through remarkable performances in
reliability contests is rapidly spread
ing beyond the confines of this coun
try. o ,
Y. M. C. A. Reception. Moline Y.
M. C. A. will be the scene of a recep
tion this evening between the hours
of 8 and 10 o'clock. Officers of the
association announce that the func
tion will be the first big affair since
formal opening of the new building
last season. It is to give impetus to
the association work and to better ac-
v do .
epmuy and En
me ooSy Etom Bottles?
Sunlight grows the hops, but spoils the brew.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass give3
best protection against light.
In England and Germany the brewers won't use light
Beer should not be exposed to the light, especially
direct sunlight, as it will thereby be detrimentally af- '
f ected, the light having an influence upon the albumin
oids in the beer, causing the latter to become hazy,"
says no less a person than Philip Dreesbach, the eminent
German expert and scientist in the Wahl-Hcnius Institute
We have adopted every idea, every invention that
could make for the purity of Schlitz beer.
Our beer was first brewed in a hut. Now our
agencies dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million
barrels a year.
Phone West 14
Carso & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.
Ste that crown tr cork
is branded "Schlitz."
e IViilwaiikee Famous.
quaint the people of Moline with the
institution for young men and the me
who are at the helm.
The Most Useful Machine
on the Farm Is a
It helps out wonder
f,.n : 1
season when every minute of rj?
your time is worth money, and
is nnglity useful tlie year round.
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Running Water Syttem
General Work of All Kinds
Fairbarfc Morse Hnirmes will give you the best of service. They are
, absolutely guaranteed as to Material, Workmanship and Power.
Horizontal Eneinej, 1, 2, 4 and 6 h p.
Vrmcjl iuieir.es, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 h.p
Other ermine, for every purpose, up to 500 h.p.
For full description, write for Cataloz No. ED 1126
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.
SGO So. Vsbayh Ave., Chicago, 111.
Arch foster, Albert Workman, K.
L. Bowser. G. M. Stewart and ladies
and Mrs. Bessie Freyermuth and sis
ter. Miss Lillian Workman, attended,
the Aledo fair.
Carl and Henniug Monson spent a
few days last week at Burlington.
Joseph Nussbaum of Forest, 111., has
returned home after spending a week
with his brothers, Philip and William
Mrs. Carral Mareton returned to
Buffalo Prairie, 111., Monday, after a
pleasant visit with friends In this
Mr. and Mrs. James Harris of Peor
ia, 111., were calling id this vicinity
Mrs. O. A. Klelst is 111.
Mrs. Thomas Watson visited with
her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Ricketts,
of Pine Bluff. Ill, Tuesday.
Oliver Shirkey of Muscatine and
sister. Miss Mary Shirkey, visited
at the home of Dr. J. H. Bendle and
Mrs. James Milne, Hazel Morris and
the Misses Arizona Watson, Ethel
Foster and Grace Freyermuth visited
at the D. A. Klelst ome Sunday.
Mrs. James Hayes and daughter.
Sophia, spent Tuesday with the form
er's sister, Mrs. W. P. Downey, aear
Mrs. D. U Ripley Is entertaining
friends and relatives from Iowa at
William Meyers and son, Raymond,
of Chicago, are visiting relatives at
Gently Cleanse Your Liver and
Sluggish Bowels While
Ovm- Kfe Head.
"It fa sklom nowadays that 709 flat
a ican familiar wits, Epictetvs."
"Ham: Teat's true. Still, science
has made rapid progress to the treat
ment of contagious diaeases."-Oiica.
ge Record Uerald.
Sick, headache, biliousness, dizzi
ness, coated tongue, foul taste and
foul breath always trace them to
torpid liver, delayed fermenting food
in the bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in the in
testines, instead of being cc6t out of
the system is re-absorbed into the
blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes conges
tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken
Salts, cathartic pills, oil and purga
tive waters force a passageway for a
day or two yes but they don't take
the poisons out and have no effect
upon the liver or stomach.
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gasee. ake the excess bile 1
from the liver and carry out of the
system all the constipated waste mat
ter and poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you Out by morning. They
work while you sleep a 10-cent bos
from your druggist means your head
dear, stomach sweet and your liver
and bowels clean and regular for
I mm mm.
-Madam. ca 1 sell yon a Tsctrom
"Xo. sir: we hain't got any vsrnnms
n tfc! t;i:.N that nel cleaning.
MISS BLANCHE WILSON
"MISS TEEL'S HAIR SHOP
Rcom 410 Best Building
Telephone West 2024
Shampooing, manicuring, scalp
massage, facial matsage, halr
dreeelng. hair goods and toilet
Mr. and Mrs. August Light of Pleas
ant Valley visited with C. H. Lies,
The Ladies' Aid society at a recent
meeting held with Mrs. M. Smith,
decided to hold an entertainment at
the M. E. church Wednesday evening,'
Oct. 23. A measuring party will be
one of the features. During the meet
ing, $13 talent money was handed
in and there are yet five more ladies
to hear from. The next meeting wilT
be held Oct. 8, with Mrs. James Mc
Ginnls. Hampton people are pleased to
learn that Rev. G. A. Cady will be
the pastor here another year.
J. H. Mohr and MisB Bertha Vander
volley were married Wednesday at the
East Moline Catholic church, Rev.
Father Von Steeple officiating. A wed
ding breakfast was served at the home
of the bride at Watertown. They
will reside on the groom's farm east
Mr. and Mrs. George Baumbach and
Eon, Forest, of Rock Island, were
Sunday guests at E. C. Henline's
Ladies of Ham p tea met with Mrs.
J. W. Holder Wednesday and organ
ized a reading club. The next meet
ing will be held with Mrs. C. H. Cox,
Wednesday, Oct. 2. More new mem
bers are desired.
J. F. Oltman is having a button
The board of health met Monday
and organized by electing A. W.Wilk
en president, and J. C. Hawkhis sec
retary. The other member is J. F.
Flossie and Verda of Davenport, spent
Sunday at the John Holland home.
Mrs. Welter Lloyd and daughters
Emma and Mabel were Moline visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Hansen1 returned
home Tuesday from a month's visit
at Portland, Ore., and other places
Mrs. James Thompson visited at the
home- of Mrs. Fred Palm at SUvis the
latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Belowskt and
daughter Leota returned home Tues
day from a visit with friends and rela
tives at Denver, Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Laughery re
turned home Saturday from a visit
with Mr. Laughery's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jot Laughery, at MathersvlUe.
Mr. and Mrs. John Benson moved
this week from their farm into their
residence on Main street.
Mrs. R. J. Phelps and sons Howell
and Lowell went to Milan to visit with
Mr. Phelps, who is at work there on
a large government contract.
The Misses Nellie and Myrtle Florin
and Miss Alice Fahlstrom, who are at
tending Augustana college at Rock Is
land, visited Sunday with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beckwtth
visited with Mr. Beckwith's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beckwith, at Davenport.
The Methodist Sunday school has
elected the following officers for the
year: Superintendent, John V. Ken
nedy; secretary, Blanche Swank; libra
rians, Mabel Lloyd and Margaret Ger
j Miss Mabel Weitz spent Sunday
j with her cousin, Miss Mabel Weitz, at
j Rock Island.
Miss Gertrude Mardis Is spending
this week at the home of her grand
mother, Mrs. Charles Snell, at Ata-llsca.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Titterington
I have returned home from Aledo.
1 j P. W. Beckwith, wife, and daughters
Charles Krueger and family visited
at Will De Borde'B home Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Halstead of West Liberty,
Iowa, returned home Satuaday, aft
spending a few days with home folks.
Charles Lee of Lincoln, Neb., spent
a part of last, week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha Lee, and also
attended the Mercer county fair,
where he acted as judge of the. cattle.
Mrs. Robert Candor and two chil
dren of Cogswell, N. D., are visiting'
at the home of A. Kendal.
Rev. Baker and family expect p.
leave for Kentucky the last of the
week to spend their vacation.
Jesse Cooper showed 28 bead of
Hampshire hogs at the Mercer county
fair last week and secured $102 In'
Clair Close was at the fair with 18
head of Berkshire hogs belonging to
his father, George E. Close.
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon
bs the child becomes noarse, or even
after the croupy couh appears, will
prevent the attack. Sold by all druggists.
news all the time The
NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH.
The ceUbratad Dr. Abcrnethy of London was firmly of the opinion that disor
der of the stomach were the irost prolibo sourcaof human aiirner.U in general. A
recent medical writer says: "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the
stomach (through the ystem of nerves) and the stomach in alfectej accordingly.
It is the vital center of tbe body ," lie continues, " to we may be
said to live (tSrtugH) the stomach. " Ha foe on to show that tbe stomach is
tbe vital center of the body. For weak stomachs sad the consequent indirection
or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseasos which result therefrom, do
medicine can be better suited as curative ajent than
Dr. Pierce' a Coldtn Medical Discovery.
u Several months etro I snff Tf;d from a ftvere p:.ln right
under th breast-hone," writes Mnn. O. M. Mcrkks, cf
Corona, Calif. "Had suffered from It. off and on, for sev
eral years. I also suffered from heart-burn, did not know
what was the matter with 11, e. I triud tovbral mediclnt-s
but they did me no good. Finally, I wau told It was my
liver. I d;d not dare to eat as It tnndc mo worse. YVLen
evr I swallowed anything It soemtxi that I would falntr it
hurt so. I erw very thin and weak from not eating. Was
toia to taite ir- force's liowen AioJlrva uucovery. i took
f.ve bottis of it, and could fori myM!f jr;Uintf better flora
the first Aue. I could eat a little without r.ain and grew
rorg fas. Tti;i7 I am strong and v-Hl and can J a big
cays worse w,t.i :a.. t an vrythirK ar.d bav? jjut on,
f!fh woncierfuily. I will isy to all sudertrs write to Dr.
Pierce. lis has my undying gratitude."