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XHZ ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
re of Incendiary Oriflin.-The
aoodshop of Koltzau & Myers. 1014 ; Rnd w proviopd with ciothiDg and
"West Second street, was uamaged to t a bottle of milk. The family at once
the extent of about f 1,500 yesterday J notifid the police and they are no
afternoon by a fire Mhich both tlie ! niakins; an effort to find it a home,
partners believe mas of incendiary i Tne' are Regally empowered to place
origin. When one of the membtTS of
the concern went into the barn at the;
rear of the place about 1 o'clock he
icuna everymine in oraer. a lew mo-
incuts later he taw smoke emittine !
frcm the place. The fire had been i
started ln a small ouantin cf hav at
the manger and spread to other parts !
.of the long building. Quite a large j
amount of lumber stored in another I
Iirt of the building was destroyed. I
.Neitner or tne mcmDers or tne com-
psny was able to give a clue as to , years Almost immediately after her
the man or men suspected of ttarting j arlivai in tnis country she was mar
thc flre- ' ried Jan. 27, 1&10, to Carl Carlson, wbo
First Clue of Bandit. The first clue
which the police have discovered in
the search for the youthful bandit
who held up and robbed three men on I
. Thirrt tr.t kbt nonr srhntin nnrW i
Tuesday night, was found Thursday
evening when Conductor Fairall's
money changer was picked up near the
mile track. The discovery was made
by Mrs. Epping, who found the
changer lyfng in a 'cornfield near the
roadway. No further trace has been
discovered of the robber. It is thought
that after holding up the occupants
of the street car the young man fled
northward and cut across fields until
he reached Locust street. The police
are of the opinion that he either left
the city on an outgoing freight or
turned east on Locust street and re
turned to hiB home ln the city. Con
ductor Fairall and Motorman Clf-m-
mens today made statements of tho
holdup to the police. According to the
stcry told by Conductor Fairall he lost
1271. all but 116 beine his own. Hislof liio !i:-i!; hicr. Mrs. May (. allender
greatest loss was a diamond rins and
a diamond stud, both valued at ?21f.. -;is, l orn July 1. 1S27. in Long Island,
Ht claims thai he did not know that 1 N. V.. Pia! camo west in 1850, seilling
the car was being held up until after! in Ttu!:n. 111., where he has since re
it had stopped and he had gone tois"'u. was niairied in the latter
tbn front end of the car to investigate. J c;ty Ms:r-h 2S. lS.'f. to Mies May J.
Motorman Clemmens in his statement ther?on, wh0 sjrvives. Several weeks
claims that he discovered a railroad
tt lying across the track and as be
stopped the ear the robbed shoved a
gun In his face and ordered him to
hold up his hands. The robber then
lined both of them and ,!ihn lleeney,
the onf pansenger, up In the corner
and ransacked their pockets.
Interpreter at Scott County Bank.
Owing to the large number of foreign
speaking patrons the Scott County
Savings bonk has installed an inter
preter, who In addition to English
will speak French, Italian, Greek and
Bulgaria?;. He will be the first clerk
of the kind in any of the local banks.
Julius Demetrius Is the name of the Wlen a young woman she was mar
interpreter. He is a young man of ritd to A. C. Jenisla, bookkeeper of
ioreign parentage born in Ne Yo"-'c th- Cussac-k company in Chicago, who
and educated ln the United States, survives her in addition to her par
hsvlng graduated from a college here, euts and one sister.
The Scott, County Savings bank, as i At the age of 77 years Charles Mln
several' other of the local banks, has I Plt passed away t S:45 o'clock Thure-
large number of accounts from for-! day evening at Si. Luke's hospital,
.'9lll.ru mnutlv Ifllmrari .-hrt a r a nn. 1 r . in.. r a- . . i .
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onennmes tan to unoersianu just now
much money they ha"ve to their credit,
how to send money home to the father-
land, the Interest due them and the
ii.any complicated details of the bank-
; '"B business.
Infant Found on Doorstep. An In-
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tne police are at a loss as to its dis -
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FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
NO BITTER TASTE
Scientifically combined, pure QUININE, pure WHISKY.
HO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appeti'o, taken before retiring insures
sleep. A good medicine to keep ln the house. A NATURAL TONIC.
Protected by U. S. registered labels, to imitate is felony. Put up in
bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.
, poEal. The small bit of humanity !
was found on the doorstep at the home
'of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Burmeister, 307
F.'llmore street, late Wednesday as a
'e , Year'8, M them' The child
. njrf itoon r.l-jfa.i iti o anna noltr Kr--v
ir(" lr:HU ln a
11 18 not tnea.
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Carlson of Sherrard, 111, died at 7:05!
o'clock yesterday morning at tne ;
., , .1
tho aKe of 31 ears- Heart disease was j
the cause of death. Mrs. Carlson was
born in Sweden Dec. 15. 1881. and has '
been ln tne United States onlv three
is the only survivor.
At 7:15 o'clock yesterday morning
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Kirkman, 418 East Elev
eDtt str et, occurred the death of Miss
An"a Cornele Kirkman at the age of
30 years, following a lingering illness j
of several months' duration. The de-1
ceased was born and raised in Daven-1
pert and attended both the Sacred !
Heart school and the Immaculate Con
c ption academy. After leaving school
I she held several positions of trust
Iwiih different business firms of the
city, the latest of which was with the
Newman Machine company. She is
survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Kirkman, one brother, Michael J.,
and three Kistcru, Mrs. J. A. DeCook,
Mrs. John R. Brace! in and Miss An
gi lus, all of this city.
At the age of 85 years and follow
ing Ln illnes-s of over five weeks' dura-
jt ion, Iouis Washington lll.auis, or
Tc ulon. 111., passed away at 11:45
! o'clock yesterday morning at the home
The aged man :
'I'.' - O l)ivw.l! str:' i
ago ho ciiinc i Davenport for a visit j Schafer who has been 111 are glad to
with his daughter and was stricken j know she is at her home and is im
wiih the ailment which proved fatal. ! proving.
Tbc- deceased has been a member of j Mrs. Anna Setzer spent a few days
the Odd Fellows lodge in Toulon for al tne home of her Darents helnine to
the jast 50 years. The survivors are
hiy wire, one daughter, Mrs. Mary Cai
lei der. of this city, and one son, Rob
eit II. Williams, of Wabpeton, N. D.
The bouy of Mrs. A. C. Jenista, who
p.-.ssed away Thursday at hc-r home in
Chicago, arrived in Davenport yester
day and was taku to the M. E. Bowl
iiif undertaking parlors, where it will
be held preceding interment. Mrs.
Jeuibta, who is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. 11. G. llamman of this city,
wap born Die. 2i, 1885, in this city.
biiit uu muffs 01 ifr me ffs uu-
i rbi ion. .ir. .viineit was oorn .lay o.
35. j England, where he was mar
j nu. May 25. 1882, he emigrated to
j th, i nited States, landing here several
: u-eeku l.-ifor nn t (miner riirt far..
j ten. III. He lived in Canton until three
j years ago. when he removed to Dav-
jecport to take up his residence with
! his son. J. Charles Minett, 2212 Far-
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1 nam sireei. v un wnom ne nas sinc
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1SS5. He is survived by one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Thomas ilhams, of Cardiff,
V.'ales, and one son, J. Charles Minett,
business meeting of the directors
" f the 9rescfn. TelePbon.
()g cffic,als found the conjpany
ia rood shape. I
rnm m iw u n h nf mi hi n i i i ni j i it in-, r
a mwrignt was a caller in
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beal welcomed
a little daughter Friday. I
Holmer, Edna and Verna llumma
visited at the home of Leslie Frank-
u at n.rct... t0-,v.
Mrs. Alva Searl and Miss Grace
Michaels were shopping in Moline
Charley Mead is assisting Alvin
Frels near Hillsdale with his farm
Mr. and Mrs. Fraak Daily who
spent the holidays with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Daily, return
ed home Saturday.
Zuma Sunday school at the annual
election of officers chose the follow
ing: Superintendent Edgar Walthen.
Assistant Homer Daily.
Secretary Emma Schnegler.
Treasurer Mamie Wake.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Karr of Rock
Falls spent the holidays here with
Mrs. Gertrude Nichelsen of Moline
has been snendins the last week with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Beal.
Rev. Mr. Cady spoke in the interest
of the Aiiti-Sa'.oon league at Hillsdale i
and Zuma Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Arguebright of Battle
Creek returned home after a week's i
visit with relatives. j
Mr .mil Mrs. Alva Searl attended
the banquet New Year's night at Port I
Bvron 1 1 e uuiiuing. a iact, wnicu aiu noi
Mr. and Mrs. Cowell of Rock Island deve,P at ,he Preliminary hearing
are visiting in this place. j Thursday afternoon, but which may
Joe Schafer who was ill with the!beusPd before the grand jury, came to
rippe is now better.
The many friends of Mrs. Prudy
care of her father who was quite ill.
Miss Amelia Rrandt. dauchter of
August Brandt of Iowa is visiting rela-
tives and other friends. Miss Brandt's
father was a resident of Zuma before
moving to Iowa.
Albert Herin who had a severe at
tack of grippe is somewhat better.
Mrs. Garwood and little daughter
of Colfax, Iowa, who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake,
returned to Davenport where' they
will visit friends before returning
and Mrs. Jere Pearsall moved
,. rnrt Rvmr. tact Thurciliv wlipru
tbey will now reside. Their many
friends will miss them in this commu
nity where they lived about 46 years
rn the same farm.
Clarence McConnell is improving
from bis recent illapss.
iiov 15ock of Moline is visiting at j
the home of his sister, Mrs. Georgo
Ouinn, this week.
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! John Durbin returned to Chicago
Thursday, after spending a few days
at home with his family.
1 Miss Alma Gerkin is enjoying the!"1 u"1"- lruuulB a"- was preparing
Q . 1, j . x a. tn takp 11 n hi duties nn thp rnnrt Fii-
liOiiaay vacauon ai ner pareaia nomf.
1 The Christian Endeavor young peo- B xuuisuay m-
. pie met at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. !ternoon at his .residence, 256 West
William Riewerts last Fridav evening ; Sixty-fourth street, Chicago, and inter
aud an enjoyable evening was spent. mcnt was in Mount HP cemetery.
1 Friends and neighbors gathered at JuIes s- CraiS was bm iu Thorntown,
the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hut-;ohl3- ct- 1S34' and when 5 years
ten last Saturdav evening and com-
l :niPtPiv Ki.rnrlsed" Mr and Mn Re.i
iKarber, who were recently married in
! Missouri, the home of the bride. The
! young people made the evening merry
! with games and amusements of all
kinds. Mr. and Mrs. Farber were the
: recipients of many useful gifts. Lunch
was served by the hostess. Mr. and
Mrs. Farber will go to houseketping
1 in a new home at East Moline.
Missas Cora Nelsoa and Erna Lun-
! dcen are at their respective homes in
; Rock Island during the holiday vaca
I Claire Go'.den is home from Cornell
j college at Mount Vernon, Iowa, to
i spend the holiday vacation with his
' Henry Knockemus and family of
I Osborne visited last Sunday at the
I heme of Mr. add Mrs. John Gerkin.
Miss Hazel McConnell is home from
Milan for the holiday vacation.
Mr. Echelberry of Cordova has
moved on the Jere Pearsall farm.
The latest report of Mrs. Ora John
son is that she is still seriously ill.
her condition remaining
ine busiest ana mightiest little
i thing that ever was made is Chamber-
: Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
il'.:ey do the work whenever you re-
c.iine their aid. These tablets change
Vfauness into strength, listlessness
i :no energy, gloominess into joyous-
E ' nei.8. Their action is so gentle one
don't realir. thoy have taken a pur -
utive. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.j
Secure Expsrt Poultry Judge.
vices of D. T. Heimlich of Jacksonville,
jlll.. one of the foremost poultrv au-:
. i.- v a t a !
1 thorities in the state and a judge of na-1
itional reputation, have been engaged
to superintend Judging of birds at
sippi Valley Poultry and Corn associa-
tion. an event set for Dec. 3 to 7. 1913.
iuc ul a a. ou iiiiqi niui n m iiic i! a kj
lc k0iiorDj .v.. j,i, , kij I
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the case in 1912, will insure a greater
attendance than i: is possible to draw
during the holiday rush.
Power Company to Enlarge Plant.
Contracts have been let by the P?o-!
j pie's Power company for installing an-
oiner iz.ovu Kilowatt, unit at me power
plant at the foot of Fourth street, this
city. The unit is to have a maximum
rating of 20,000 horsepower, and it
will be 50 per cent larger than the
8,000 kilowatt unit installed recently
and now in operation. The addition of
the new engines will make necessary
some considerable extensions of the
ounamg, ana tne increase in tne ca-,
pacity or tne plant will mean a big
task. With the building changes nec
essary, the installation of the unit will
mean an expenditure of about $200,000
by the company. It is planned to have
the work completed this summer and
the new machines in operation by Jan.
He!d on Burglary Charge. Frank
Taylor, alias Frank Maxwell, was held
lne riu:u la UOIla 01 -u"
Thursday afternoon for an alleged ef-
fort t0 break into a Btore room in the
Plambeck building on Fifth avenue,
Maxwell was caugh by Chris Terkel-
son. merchant patrolman, as he was
tampering with a window -in the rear
ithe notice of the' police yesterday. A
por.er employed at the building swears
that he saw the man who was arrested
loitering about the building the after
noon of the day be was arrested.
Army Collects $133 In Kettles. For
two weeks prior to Christmas mem
bers of the local corps of the Salva-
tiou Arm-V did fauthful duty with their
Keiues on two corners at tne intersec
tion cf Fifteenth street and Fifth ave-
nue, and in that time a total of $133.90
was contributed, most of it in coins of
small denomination, quarters, dimes,
nickels and many pennies. Of the
amount received last month. $108.34
was usied to provide for the Christinas
dinner baskets, clothing and remem
brances that were distributed to wor
thy families of the city.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Harriet A.
! Ferguson died yesterday morning at
! 6:30 in the city hospital, death follow
ing an illness of years of organic heart
trouble. A few days ago pneumonia
j srL ""u "asieuea ae&in. jurs. rer-
gUBOn was uorn t years ago in Ohio,
and had lived in the twin-cities since
she was 2 years old. She was the
widow of the late Orrin F. Ferguson.
Two daughters. Miss Florence Fergu
son and Miss Ruth Ferguson, survive.
She also leaves three sisters.
Jules S. Craig, known to Moline peo-
; P'e as a former resident of Carbon
'Cliff and in his railway capacity on 1
one of the fast trains nnratinf nn tha
e or. 'Je trains operating on the
KOCK Islana roaa tnrougn tlie tn-cJties
and out of Chicago, died last Monday
"'" ,ic m ni-
! bon clirf- Miss Frances Jamerson and
Jlr- ,-rai8 re umcea in marriage in
March of 187?- To thls union were
j Dorn lnrte cniiaren, an 01 wnom sur
vive, wi h the widow. They are Claude
and Miss Stella of Chicago and Mrs.
Lillian Dinwiddle of Cincinnati.
Mattiias Glaser, 251 Thirty-sixth
I Etreet- died Thursday evening at 6:10
arter an "np68 of seven years of
Bright s disease. He was born Feb. 11,
18C3, in Pickway, Oh!o, and came here
seven years ago. He followed bis
trade as painter in the shop of the Mo
line Automobile company in East Mo
line. He leaves his widow and six
children, Walter, Edwin, Arnold and
Antoinette at home, Mrs. Ed Weigand
of Davenport and Mrs. Nael Ryan of
Victor Anderson, 120 Thirty-fifth
,Btreet died a: 8:30 Thursday evening
jailer an illness of walking typhoid fe
ver lasting over a period or thrte
weeks. Mr. Anderson was born in
Sweden June 17, 1S71, and had resided
in Moline many years. He was cm-
PJ4-"1 as watchman by Dimock, Gould
&. Co. He leaves his widow and two
daughters, Agnes Victoria and Signe;
u'-er m ionne, ana anotner,
i Otto, in Sweden.
Nels Nelson, 1125 Fif h avenue, died
Thursday night at 11 o'clock after an
illness cf four days of pneumonia. He
uaa neen auiug for several weeks, but
J not till a few days ago did his condi-
tion beccme serious. Mr. Nelson was
j born in Sweden June 1C, ls3, and
came to Moline in 1SS1. After residing
here tlrre years, he removed to
O Brien county, Iowa, where he opera
ted a farm for six years. He then
came to Rock Island county and resid
ed near Coal Valley. ' There he re
mained for five years, returning o Mo
line. Miss Bengta Ilson and Xels Nel
son were united in marriage July 5,
1857, in Sweden. Mr. Nelson leaves
his widow and five children, Mrs. Al
fred Zetterman, Mrs. Andrew Nelson,
Mrs. Anna Peterson and Mrs. Joseph
Ullman of Moline, and Xels Nelson, re
siding on a farm near Qeneseo. He is
also survived by five grandchildren
and .two great-grandchildren.
Clarence Martin, aged 22 years, died
at 4:30 Thursday afternoon after a
three days' illness of pneumonia.
Death occurred at 1111 Fifth avenue.
Ser-;The young man came here a fortnigh'
' ago from his home in Oregon, 111., and
secured employment with the Moline;
Plow company. He had lived in Moline I
. ,.D 'Kr t. j
, g -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Martin cf
Oregon. 6ix brothers and four sisters, j
x uty are taveriie, alter, iiarry ana
Harold of Oregon. Earl of Charles City.
and Jcm of Manitoba. Canada
- Mrs. .Myrtle Booth, Mrs. Winnie Bu'tc-r-
field apd Florence and Dorothy Mar
tin of Oregon.
-Miss Harriet Durston, Mrs. Ralph r
Tr-rlr artA Mice T V, rtinv nn ' f'
Woodhull Monday to attend a family j
d:nner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Evans and : 3
family returned home to Hazelton. I i$
Iowa, Sunday after spending a week ! S
with Mrs. James Durning and Mrs.
T,;aria Evans and other relatives.
Mrs. C. Bjorkman and daughter,
Mrs. E. G. Carlson, went to Galesburg
Monday to spend the day.
Mrs. J. B. Whitham of Mount Pleas
art, Iowa, caiffe 7Ionday to visit at
the home of MrT and Mrs. G. W. Whit
ham. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bartlett and
Miss Louise Bartlett attended the fun
eral of their aunt, Mrs. Orson Judson
of Galesburg, which was held in that
city Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. J. Stallings and daughter,
Miss Edna, were guests at the home '
of Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy in Vi-
j ola Tuesday.
The churches of Aledo have decided j
to hold separate services during the i
week of prayer instead of union meet-j
it;gs. The Methodist church has ar
ranged a series of services under the
auspices of the following organiza-;
tions. Monday, Jan. 6, the Epworth j
league; Tuesday, Jan. 7, official i
board; tVednesday, Jan. 8, Women's I
Foreign Missionary society and Stan- j
dcrd Bearers; Thursday, Jan. 9, Wo-:
men's Home Missionary society; -Fri-j
day, Jan. 10, Sunday school. !
Mrs. Fred Egbert and little son re-1
tir;ied home Monday from Galva ;
where they have been visiting Mrs.!
Egbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Jesse Willits of Kilbourn, Wis., !
v. ho has been visiting relatives here, j
went to Galva Tuesday to spend a few ;
days with her mother, Mrs. ShouquLst,
before returning to her home. j
Charles Goddard of Joy was an
Aledo visitor Monday.
The Mercer County Breeders and
Feeders' association was organized by
representatives of the various
branches of the live stock industry of
Mercer county, who met in Aledo. Tho
following officers wee elected to or
ganize and make up the policy of this
company: President, W. B. Cooko,
Hamlet; vice president, Earl Dodson,
Joy; secretary-treasurer, H. McATior
tei, Aledo; executive committee, one
representing each branch of live stock
industry Cattle, J. M. Bay; horses,
A. L. Duncan; hogs, J. E. Reed; sheep,
C. A. Bopes; cattle feeders, G. W. Alli-
j son. H. L. Thornton, O. H. Lee find
j H. McWhorter were appointed to
draw up a constitution and by-laws
whch w-n fce submiUed t0 the execu.
tive committee for approval at an
Misa Marian Heflin and Miss Irwin
Clark returned to their homeB in Viola
Monday after a short visit here at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fass
nacht. Aledo relatives have received word
of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Tibbies of Chicago Satur
day, Dec. 28. Mrs. Tibbies was for
merly Miss Effle D'.hel of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Goddard spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. "L. A.
Klddoo in Joy.
Mrs. H. Peterson of Rock Island
called on Aledo friends Tuesday on
her way to Keithsburg to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hodson.
Dr. end Mrs. E. Morrison of Free
port spent New Year's day with Mrs.
Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Mrs. A. G. Bridgford returned from
Chicago Tuesday where she has been
spending a week, with friends.
Mrs. Henry Weaverllng went to
New Windsor Wednesday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Catherine Williams.
Miss Kathryn Salmon returned to
her home in Chicago Wednesday after
a two weeks' visits here with her sis
ter, Miss Bessie McCreight.
A very interesting and impressive pair, unattended, took their places,
union watch night service was held ! and the beautiful ring' marriage cery
at the First Presbyterian church in mony wa3 performed by Rev. A. E.
Aledo Tuesday night when several j Moody in the preseace of about 4
hundred people gathered to see the : lelatlves and" friends. The wedding
old year out and welcome the view , march was played by Miss Nellie
year in. From 9:30 to 10:00 the; Harney and Miss Ruth Harney sang
meeting was of a social nature dur-! "Because" and "Beloved It Is Mine."
ing which refreshments consisting of'fter the ceremony, while Chalfant
sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee
j were served by the ladies or the Pres- j
I bytc-rian church. Frcm 10:00 to 10:30!
t a song and praise service was con
! ducted by Rev. J. B. Bartle assisted
, by Prof. Hannes Olsson at the pipe
, orgad, and Prof. B. H. Redden who
had charge of the music for the even-
j ing sang several solos, and the Misses
Dctwer gave a vocal duet. From
i 10:30 to 11 Rev. J. B. Pollock gave ai
Rock Island : t : : :
BATCH t:i. UEH, M. D. CO..
TRI-CITY ADV. CO
STAl UVIIAR, CP
IIAIBERG, J. H 601
Ll'UOl.ril, V. L 30S
MAK KEK. J. V 807
SClillOLiUKH, C. J 305
FISHEll, E. D 308
CI.IVK & SHAW FIEI. CO 505
COLXIKIUES SALES CO 501
IKi-ciTY Coal, co sua
AMI'S, DR. K. P 802
1IAIMLI.M3, DR. K. 91 COS
MARTIN, DR. W. E. B04
Ml KM. KU, DR. C. W BUS
SUERUARD, DR. B. 11 4U41
BUKKIIART, DR. HA DA 311
(OHKGVS, DR. J. 1. 407
DAI'.T, DH. RALPH 407
KOS'li:i, DR. C. T. 401
FRE1TAU, DR. C. P. 302
PKTR1K. DH. ETTA JO
STOCKElt, DR. A 511
SOI Ul'.HS, DR. J. C.
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
ngjtmiuj- uilj.'wi iwuui.iuiuf.'M. ir.g wwe;WTWTO8inm
very appropriate address. From 11 to
11:30 Rev. A. C. Moody gavo a talk il
lustrated with Hoffman's views from
the life of Christ, and a vocal duet was
given by the Misses Hall and Peters.
Tho last ha'if hour was a consecration
nesting led by Rev. J. M. Jones, pas
tor of the Baptist church.
I Tho North Side Sewing club was
very pleasantly entertained at the
home of Mrs. G. C. Mclntyre Tuesday
Miss Laura Love and Mrs. Orr Cal-
j houn and little son returned home
j from their westerntrip Tuesday
! MrB- ofis whan .,las eone to Lin-
coin, Neb., for an extended visit with
i ner aaugnier. Mrs. j. s. l-ree.
Miss Helen Boone went to Oquaka
Saturday to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blue f Twt.i
Lakes, Col., are guests of Mrs. Blue's
brother, A. A. Rice.
The Misses Hattie and Blanch Lin
strom spent Wednesday in New Wind
sor with Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bridgford left
Wednedsay for Boaz, Ala., to visit
their daughter, MIbs Bernlce Bridg
ford,' who is teaching in the Rebecca
McCleakey home in that'eity.
G. A. Bloom avid daughter, Miss
Cora and son Carl returned to their
home in Hopewell Wednesday after a
short visit with Mrs. Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wilson of this
city end Mr. and Mrrf. Simmons of
Kock Island went to Hopewell Wed
nesday to spend the day with Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Ralston.
A very charming home weddiag
took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Archibald McKlnney at noon
I Tuesday, Dec. 31, when their oldest-
daughter, Miss Helen, became tho
wife of Roscoe Woods of Hammond,
Ind. Promptly at noon tho bridal
Hereen nliived softlv on the violin. ctm-J
gratulations followed, after which a
bountiful five course dinner was serv-
- :ed. The bride, who is one of A'.edo's
: mcst popular and accomplished young
Icdfes, was very beautifully dressed
in wh'te r.nd carried a bouquet of or-
chfds and lilies of the vallev. Many
useful and beautiful presfnta were re-1
rf-b-ed. Mr. and Mrs. Woods l-'ft j
Tuesday afternoon for New York from
2d Ave., 17th St.
"' -if IT.. J. ,
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
Ill 11DARI) A TON 409
KIti:l.l., i:. II. . , 612
SlAlCKlClt, W. C 50?
COM SiHJ A NATIONAL LIFE
(or ISoalon) AOS
O 1 1 M : N I A L A S S I R A ' t E
IUC.HKS PRATT 412
1I.I.INC)1S LIFE 1S. C O. 40O
fllF.THOrOLlTAX LIFE (of
N. Y.) 501)
NEW YORK LIFE ( N. Y.) 612
CL'T RA'l'E LOAN CO 304
FIDELITY LOAN CO 403
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
Li noi.ru, w. i 308
SCllKOEDER, C. J 303
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
mnnvKD a tonn 400
IllUHES A P K ATT 412
Kit ELL, E. II 612
LIBKRT .Ml Ci. CO. (Ore np-
MALO.VEY, E. A. ADV 311
MOLI.VE TIMIIER CO 501
M. PAC. RAILWAY CO (local
KOSENFIELD. W. A 5O0
TRI-CITY BUSINESS EXCH 574
THI-STATE OIL CO.
whero they will sail on Jan. 4 for
South America. They will visit tho
Panama canal and return home by
way of Washington, I). C., where they
will visit Mrs. Wood's uncle, James
McKinney, and other friends, and will
be ut home in Hammond, lml., about
the middle of February.
Hp.vc you a weak throat? If so, you
canoe t be too cartful. You cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always th hnrdur to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outlet you- will be sav
ed much trouble. Sold by all drug
Durn Was Sore and Ulcerated. All
Hed and Inflamed. Suffered Ter
ribly. Could Not Sleep for Two
Woeks. Used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Arm Healed Nicely.
619 Lincoln Pork Illvrl.. Chicago. III.
"A yvnr am I ror ivcvl a very severe burn
on my l'ft am. I caught cold in It and
it was all iri- and ulraratcd.
Tlie wiro.wfc 8i larj;e an a
Bilvc-r dollar. It was all red
end ln.'lamc-l and had put
rumiirg out if it. I uf-fi-ml
t rrlMy from burning
rin.M not tlbcp tjt
rL two el It burni.d and
X itrhl w :adiy. I applied
4 fi.dva. Salve unt
a aalve my ririiprtst reornmended aa bli
own, but K'.t no it lit f. I ttwn commenced
using tiia C'Lticura fcoao tir.rt Ointment. I
bat tod the Lurvi par v. Cuticura Soap
end ii:;i'i :d ti;o C'l.ii x-a' ointment on a
li.xn l.jJii.U ..-o. 1 if A r.-iif from tlie first
and fcna 1: l( d r.i ly. I was aoon
t',l) f- i I;t T' .i: Jt;i!:i. Had I Hard
CaiK-ara foup i.wi Ointment at first I
would bavo h.:ij.d i l,u of suCuring.'
(Sl7n Iiarry Jm.ke. Mar. !, 112.
ffynu v. L :i a iV.n rUnr of pirotitus, blur!;,
lirads and o'h n: .'n: '::m ri:plion:i. hand
c;ft and rr: i' .. V: and Rloesy. and
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lUy tlw nv-iar of '':.t!.ur hai tit
tiu u-.i.'-t. I.aiii tad 4.nr..:"Kj. aistod by
or. iUoai l.l.t u', i-iri of CuiUmra
tU-s '!!. l.i!
I is -.-. with :;2-p.
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