te Aimer CWW SqaaA HUH
Dmw Pleat f Scrap, y
0nli1 to Tha Armal I
. . . . '
jlHo, uct. r.-Aieaos mgu
ilevea is putting in stren-
00 work this week and the squad,1
to Coach, Aimer., ara
.TT nnaltlnna nn tha nrt
1 - ' - i
He of scrap. -
: Two gams have been schedule d ;
id Woodtiuu ana oiaers are m-,
iu aaught. Tbe first aetto with'
Woodhull will be on the local field
nav. 4 and the return eame at
foodhull on Nov. 18.
As awempc is ueing maae 10 ar-
jiage a game with the alumni for
0t. 14 or 21. but the former stars
km not yet acceptea ine cuai
RSW BOSTON MAN
IS RELEASED ON
PROMISE TO WORK
. (Special to The Argus.) .
Aledo, (Jet T. Frad Haslett of I
Kw postcn, who was placed In the
county jail weanesaay. was givei
I hearing before Justice W. D. Em-1
emm.'Jr., Friday and on his plea
at guilty was assessed $7.50. I
-Hulett has a large family with-!
ott ether means of support and
wn released on bis promise to get .
wsrk and. stay at it to support his ;
tlaily and pay his fine. This lie
willingiy agreed tp do.
400 GATHER TO
OF M. E. OHJROH
(Special to The Argus.)
Aledo, Oct 7. More than 400
we in attendance at the recep
tion given Thursday night in the
triors of the First Methodist
church to Rev. 'Sidney A. Guthrie
&n4 his family. Rev. Guthrie was
sipolnted to the local church at
the recent meeting of conference,
to succeed Dr. S. VanPelt; who re
tigned to go to California.
Tbe other Protestant ministers
of the city were present and ex-
uumeu a weiuuuie iruuj me uuier
tbe new nastor and
ethers also spoke with G. H. Camp- j
tall presiding. '
Light refreshments were served
ud this was followed by a social
MOTOR TRIP Fi JOT.
Kew Boston, Oct 7. The ladies
of the Wymodausis club motored to I yesterday for the new postoffice son William, Olson, nine grandchil
)ev yesterday afternoon, where building. Shortage in cars has dren, one sister, Mrs. Mary Allen
they were entertained at tbe home greatly handicapped the onion of Rock Island, and many other
of MTss Ruth Willits. i growers in Kedron Valley. . ' relatives and friends.
k Roomy Sedan of Sturdy Strength
6 Cylinders 50
The price of the Jewett Sedan is so astonishingly low that unlets one
has personal knowledge of the character and quality of this ear of
amazing value, a false classification is not an unnatural impression.
The Jewett is not a "light six" Sedan. It is a roomy, powerful, five'
passenger enclosed car of distinction. It 8 powered with six cylinder,
3i x 5 inch motor installed in a husky chassis in which every unit is
built for excess strength. .--
Here is a Sedan' that can be matched only by enclosed cars selling for
at least $500 more than the Jewett. This is a statement certainly
worth investigating. You can prove its validity by a demonstration ,
which will be arranged to suit your convenience. . ,
It is SaJdfAnd Service by Fi4 Bvurywbatm
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JOHN DEE AUTO CO.
1607 Second Ave. ; tfhone R. L 496
and Were er Couirity
CQUAD HAY C3
(Soecial Correspojidene ) ,
AladoT Oct 7.,HIlto' 1831 Iik
dependent football eleven may bo
reorganised, if tbe fans nd play
ers aha sufficient interact. A
meeting has been called for 7:30
tnahonaa anil Om (! Uaii
building, to which til prospective
buyaf j and fa.ni are invited to at-
tend. Last year's team fnrniaheJ
soma Una annrt and it wnnA n,,,i
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doubtedly draw erowds from all
sections ot the eounty. Several iu
qulries regarding Karnes have benl
boosting for a
the former high
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Aledo Cburcb Notes
Swedish LutlieranO. F, Domelj
pagtpr. Sunday school and hible
class at 9:45 a. m. Swedish com
munion service at 10:45 a. iu. Eng
lish song service at 7 p. m.
Methodist Sidney A. Guthrie,
pastor, aunaay school at IB a. m
Morning service 11 o'clock with
swmon theme, "The Jerusalem
Church", Epworth league at 6:45,
leader, George Hebel. Evening
j service at 7 p. m. when the pastor
will speak on the relation ot the
church to the school.
inneo rresayienan j. a. roi
lock, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m.
Young People's meeting 6 p. m.
Evening service at 7 p. m.
Flrat Presbyterian Dr. A. Jud-
son Arnck, pastor. Sunday school
af 10 a. m. Morning service at' 11
a. jn. Christian Endeavor at 6 p.
pi Evening service at 1 p. m.
First Baptist Sunday school at
1A A i. a ii. . i j .i
m. iu. at uuiii tiio Airatr situ i
Enon churches. B. Y. P.
U. at the !
I Pelton has closed his work in these i
i churches and they will probably
' have no regular pastor until after
the meeting of the Baptist state
convention at centralis uct. in.
Galva, Oct. 7. Members of the
executive board of the Galva
cent meeting of the auxiliary in
this city at the home of tbe secre
T- Mrs- Dale N- West oted to
6've a banquet tq all of the Galva
ex-service men on the Armistice
day anniversarypn Nov. 11. Com
mittees have been appointed to
complete arrangements for the
Annawan Ground was broken
CUSY DAY JH
ThM Caaaa Appaw aw DMket
Jgatfge-Caicmw'a Rail f
1 t SmHiI rnrrMMiiMM )
Aledo, Oct. 7. Today is Justice
W. D. Emeraon, Jr.'i, busy day,
three cues being on tha docket
Matt Johnson, colored bait digger,
is due to have a hearing, and alto
J. L. Haydeq of near Burgess, ac
cused of assault and battery on a
minor, and Barman Death, tinner
and plumber of Alexis, who is ac
cused of beating bis 1-year-old son.
Jack Taylor, Matherville coaUthe first-secretary of. this company,
miner, entered a plea M guilty in
the county court this morning, to a
charge of having liquor in his pos
session, and was fined $50 by-Judge
Friend L. Church, which with costs,
totaled f 72.25. Taylor was located
several momns Dy auio inspector
Noble, between Matherville and
Viola, asleep under his car. Aj
quantity of alleged noocn was in
the car and evidently Taylor had
also partaken 67 a quantity. He
has been out on bonds and has
been reported to have been work
ing steadily since then.
A II HAWAII MEN
' (Special Correspondence.)
Annawan, Oct. 7. A community
club, the purpose of which is to
boost Annawan, was formed
week by 20 business men.
following temporary officers were
elected: President, Dr. J. M. Toung;
J. H. Peltier, secretary, and B. H.
Ryan, treasurer. The club will en
courage more cooperation and so
ciability among the business man.
The next meeting will be held Oct
10 at the town
quarters will be secured later for
FOR PETER OLSON
OF BISHOP BILL
Ttishnn Hill flrf 7. Funeral
'services. were he)d at the Commun-'
uy us, e,. caurcn, msnop niu,
Thursday afternoon, over the, re-
that has been conducted
died Mondayt evening.
Peter Olson was born near Ne-
koma, Nov, 17, 1M6 - He-was united i
in marriage to Matilda Jano Nel-
son, id. is, teat, ann to mem were
i . ,k.. i,;i. ... ii
living. Mrs. Olson passed away
seven years ago.
He is. mourned by two daughters.
Mrs. Lulu Hanna of Kewanee, and
Mrs. Daisy Johnson at home; one
Shsffield Will Celebrate-
70th Anniversary With Big
- Evert Tuesday, October JO
, Sheffield, Oct - 7. In connection
with the 70th anniversary celebra
tion of the Rock Island Railway
system, to beheld Oct 16, the Til
lage of Sheffield will observp the
same anniversary of the founding
jof the town. Officials of. the rail-
11. wav ara ' coaner&tlnr. with th
Men's Community club and a line
program is, being arranged. Two
trees, ia memory of Joseph ' F.
Sheffield and Henry Farnam are to
b P'nted in Railroad-park.
MeCormiek of Chicago will be the
principal speaker. 1 '
In 1852 the Sheffield. Mining and
Transportation . eompsrny pur
chased 1,000 acrea of land from
Joseph E. Sheffield who with
Charles Atkinson, Henry Farnam
and Ebenezer Cook made- up the
company. Alexander Ruthven was
being succeeded in 1856 by Henry
C. Porter whose name and mem
ory is linked with that of the
early history of Sheffield.
-, It is related that the first house
built on the site ot the present vil
lage was that of John G. Reed,
erected in 1835. His son Fitzhugh
Reed,' was tbe fyst child born in
the village. Research brings outr'a
few Interesting facts. George Kil-
dow is believed to be the oldest
resident of Sheffield who was -born
within its limits and still resides
there. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin
Wicks ve the oldest couple who
came in their childhood, grew up
and married and always lived in
the village. Mrs. Anthony Morrasy,
mother of representative F. W.
Morrasy, is the oldest woman, and
Rasmus Rssmussen the oldest man
living in Sheffield, Like many other
pioneers of the vicinity they came
to reside in the town long after ' trict for which Sheffield is the Gen
its' founders hild passed on. Miss ter and market have given it its
Julia Farnam. a niece of Henrv i
Farnam, who came here with her
patents, Avery T. and Dorcas Far-;
nara shortly alter the railroad was
finished is now the only descend-
ant of any of the builders of thejtion of 673 feet, being the highest
road living in this section of the' point on this division of the Rock
country. Henry Hotcbkiss. a Civil
war veteran, then a lad six years
'of aae. saw the first train that ever
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puneu iuiu me iuwn on mis roau
and distinctly remembers th hi i
J. BEstes, a native of Musca
tine, Iowa, came with his father
to Sheffield in the fifties md the
latter opened a blacksmith shop in
the Fay building on Atkinson
street, now the home of R. F.
Kleckner, and an Estes has been
in the village ever
since, both the east and west side
DlarKsmitn snops now nemg owned
by William and Joe Estes. Another
by one family since the early fifties
Jg tne Prior meat market, first
opened by the Branda0ler of
Prank and Chester Prior. The
family too has been in
business here since those early
days and still retains large finan-
TEST CASE OF
BLUE SKY LAW
Kewane, Oct 7. That the Blue
Sky law of Illinois has teeth in
it was proven yesterday by decision
in test case at the Kewanee City
A verdict was returned for the
plaintiff, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham,
of Bradford, 111., against William
V. Bare, Kewanee in the sum of
J7.36S and $600 attorney's fees. It
was alleged that four Stark county
residents purchased from Oye
stock in the Illinois Traction com
pany at Bloomington amounting to
$28,000. The company failed and
the sum was swallowed up in loss
es. It was alleged that the com
pany had no permit to dispose of
stock under Blue Sky law and Dye
hail no nermit to sell. This case
is one of seven similar on thelNe,son; Shirley, Katherine Rus
docket against Oye. The jury was
out four hours.
IS BOUND OVER
piTie, Oct 7. An inquest was
held over the remains of Ray Sib
ley, who was killed by Blair Den
ton late Thursday afternoon during
quarrel, which lasted the greater
part of the forenoon and the ver
dict rendered was that he met his
death by a gunshot wound. The
murderer was taken to Morrison
Thursday about 5 o'clock p. m. and
bound over to the grand jury with
out bail. ,
Atkinson, Oct 7. A surprise
farewell party was given at the K.
P. hall by the G. A. R. in honor of
-4 Mrs. John Filckee, Sr., who will
make her home in Jtock Island this
wipter with her daughter, Mrs. E.
C. Chapler, -
CBXHCH irOXEX GATHER,
Albany, Oct T.s-A parry of 30
tafiipa. lDRmheni Af thn UAthnitist
rthurchT met at the parsonage
Thursday afternoon and tied onm
farters for ther pastors wife, Mrs.
J. A- L. Warren, flapper was serv
ed by the visitors.
The freak water said Uvea
dor thw -water but dopant got wetlagnsra mllea,
eial interest in thi section of tat
state ., .
Some of the old buildings erertad
in the fifties that are still being
nsedare the Whipple hall, now a
part of the residence of Mrs.
Martha Spragne, widow of tbe late
Dr. t: Spragne; the first store, now
used by H. U'Wood Co, for
feed grinding; the Chandler Kloek
house occupied by Mrs. L. Phil
lips and family, said to be the old
est house in town; the old Sheffield
hotel building and the south part
of tire old abandoned school house
are also catalogued with the an
tiques. The. J. V. K earns house
on Park street is also one of the
oldest and old timers heard 'mass
and received baptism here before
the Catholics built themselves a
church. The "coon hall" 'now a
part of the residence ot George
Fallows on Walnut street has a
history that would fill a volume if
One building in the village can
lay claim to national fame, it is
the Danish Lutheran church. It
houses the oldest congregation of
Danish Evangelical Lutherans in
America who organised- here in
The fouding and succeeding
prosperity of the littlevjllage was
due largely to the industry of the
Sheffield Mining & Transportation
Co., under the management of such
men as Alexander Ruthven, Henry
C. Porter and A. W. Boyden, Sr.
The capacity-of the mine was 100
tons per day and "the company
supplied the railroad with coal for
half a century. With the abandon
ing of the mine in 1902, local coal
mines were opened and the Shef
field Tile Works grew on the old
site of the mining company shaft
The development of these enter-
prises and the rich agricultural dis
nreaent Btamlitv and business sun-
'port It's population numbers ,1
The fourth town In size in Bu-
reau county, Sheffield has an eleva-
Island. There is no rarer beauty
spot on earth than Concord town-
ship, wherein lies the village in
,!t,ij; f ,i io-
ucliui6 v. .f
beautiful groves and rich level
prairles dotted with some of the
finest farms in the country.
Seventy years no not such a long
time and other towns may boast a
more ancient history but Sheffield
with its beautiful churches, fine
schools and comfortable homes,
substantial business, places, well
kept streets, and miles of concrete
sidewalks bespeaks 70 years of
progress. Her heroes have fought
and fallen in three wars, her vill
age school is the "alma mater -of
400 alumnus who have gone forth
to reflect honor on old "Sheffield
High". It's civic and social organ
izations put every thing they under
take "over the top" and it is a
typical American small town and
its residents say it is a mighty nice
place to live.
(Special to The Argus.)
Cambridge, Oct 1.- The musical
comedy, "The Land of the Honey
Moon," given under the auspices
of the American Legion post of
Cambridge, directed by Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Ingram, of Rock
Island, drew a large audience at
the Armory. The entire cast made
up ot local people is as follows:
The Girl in Black, Sherley Res
kin; Mrs. Harvey Brown, who
owns a husband, Frances Ander
son; Mr. Brown, the husband,
Raymond Brown; Jasper Budd, of
tbe famous Budd family, Harold
Anderson; Misty a maid of all
Work, Isabel le Johnson; Egbert,
an ambitious messenger boy, Ray
Blomgren ; Terry Tucker, Harold
Nye; Miss Matilda Doolittle, Anna
Douglass: Mary, her neice. Doris
TCreighton: Boy of China, Harold
sell; Ann companion of Shirley,
Shirley Reskin; Gardner, colored
man, Irvin Gustafson; Justice of
the Peace, Bob McLeese; Miss
Janet, of New York City, Bernice
Nursery characters E. A. King,
F. M. Rogers W. H. Conser, Henry
Anderson,- Eben Call." Chorus
girls Doris Malmgren, Bernice
Johnson, Katherine Seaton, Doris
Walline, Ruth Linberg. Zella Scott,
Dmscilla Brown, Mildred Ander
son. Ellen Anderson, Lavona
Creighton, Florence Newman, Ag
nes Atkinson, Elsie Bjloring, Flor
ence Carlson, Margaret Mankin,
Clarice Johnson, Mary Sanford
and Katherine Kellogg.
Chorus boys Harold Nelson,
Rustie Larson, Edgar Swanson,
Oscar Munson, Russell Carlson,
Oscar Stiers, Forrest Ketterling,
Harry Munson, Denzil .Sandauist,
Vincent Peterson- and Walter Eat
on. MRS. VAN.HYFTE' . "
OF ANNAWAN DIES;
Annawan, Oct. T.-Mrs. MelFVan
Hyfte passed away early yesterday
morning after an illness ef more
than .a year. Sbe 4S survived by
one son, Frank, and
; one daughter, Mrs. Prank De Deck
er. all of Annawan. Funeral serv
ices will be held Monday motping
at the Sacred Heart ehnrch,
to BOO eggs aai immediately dies.
Sweden has am area of 170,176
"" ' A
i I. Out Tferat ia Lowest Bld ef
IMM lor KrwttM ef
Karoos Hern , . (
Oeneseo, Oct t-The board of
directors ot the Hammond city
hos; .-1 last Wednesday received
and opened bidi for the construc
tion of the nurses' home at the
hospital. Bids were also received
for plumbing and heating and also
for painting. . ,
Bids for the erection ot the
building were as follows: P. ,A.
Larson. $5,480; A. K. Clark, $4,358;
Floyd Meeker, $4,834 and J. M.
Sbaddinger, $4,545. The contract
was awarded to Mr. Clark, his bid
having been the lowest
The heating and plumbing con
tract was let to Kidney & Ryan at
a price of 47o. Other bids submit
ted were Will Becker $4,498 75, and
Theo. Becker, $486.86. K
On painting there were four bids
as follows: Walton W. Kay, $233;
George Pobans, $240; Axel Peter
son, $124. and W. O. Miller, $197,
of which tbe lowest was that of
Axel Peterson and the contract was
given to him. ,
All bids received were from local
bidders and the figures obtained
were considered very, favorable by
the members of the board of direc
tors. Construction work will begin
in the near future.
START DRIVE TO
RAISE $800 FOR A
GIRL SCOUT TROOP
Galva, Oct 7. A campaign to
raise tbe sum of $800 necessary to
carry On the work of the Galva
Girl Scouts' association for anoth
er year and to make possible a
camp next summer was started
here this week by members of the
Galva Women's club. . The , Girl
Scouts will make a house to house
canvass in this city. Mrs. A. E.
Bergland of Galva Is chairman of
the drive a,nd will be assisted by
Mrs. M. A. Adams, Mrs. John Buck
ner and Mrs. W. O. Houghton.
TO APPLY SECOND COAT.
Prophetstown, Oct 7. At the last
meeting of the town board the coun
cil determined upon applying a sec
ond coat of oil to the streets of the
town, having given them a good
coat early in the spring. They fig
ure on using 10,000 gallons.
, Rock Island
OF JOHN P. TQ3L
Genesee, Oct 7-T-John P, Fox. I
highly resperte citisen of this.
community Thursday celebrated
his 93d birthday anniversary. . He l
had as guests at dinner Mr. and) -Mrs.
Edward Geer of Rock Island. Sew
III., Andrew Anderson of Chicago,
a former neighbor, and Misses Jo-!
sie and Ella Gardner of this city.
Mr. Fox received many cards of
congratulation " from friends near
and far v '
Mr. Fox was born at Center Har- "on 00 8law ITa
hot, N. H. and came to Rock Is-Ihtwee Oeneseo and Sllfte U
land county in 1858 and to the PK"Ssing satisfactorily dur
farm which he purchased In Mun-i!? the P8.1 ,few daJ: , 25
son township, Henry county, la : ha' BU'? il Z
1858. He was in California during i ' 'Iaila f
the famous gold mining days. He "rkMS, , J.Lt , thT
.hii Lr.n. h.i.K .- nt completing the contract In the
still retains excellent health and is
exceptionally bright , mentally,
maintaining a very active interest
in the affairs ot the day.'.
The American Legion of this city
will conduct a "Country Fair" next
week, Friday and Saturday,
13 and 14 at the Armorv.
"Country Fair" as held under the
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auspices ui mis organization last
fall was one of the most success- Atkinson is considering me oavia
ful events of its kind ever held in ability of not starting that partof
Geneseo and the Legion profited 1 tne,r contract thi Jail. -But the
financially by the success of the Capital Construction company with
A street parade featured with
floats representing business firms
of the city, will be held each even
ing. There will be a baby show
and a human doll parade on Satur
day afternoon at 3:00 p. m. The
attractions include fortune tellers;
j the human spider and various side
shows. There will be dancing - at
Legion hall for those who wish to
WELCOME FOrETBt SO.
Geneseo, Oct 7. 4lev. andTTtlrs
William Harborts welcomed the
birth of their fourth son Tuesday
evening at the Presbyterian manse
on East North street They also
have in their family circle one
-CHURCH 'BAZArA, i
Bowling, Oct. 7 A bazar and
chicken supper will be given Oct.
12 at the Pleasant Ridge church by
members of the Missionary society.
j There will be booths of fancy work,
aprons una jiuine-maue cauay.
Only $78 for a
Demonstration on Request
Terms if Desired .
Moline East Moline
Sspply of Cement EmUo
Wert to Prorms Bapldly 9wr
log the Pet Week.
I ueneseo, iil, Oct T. uonstrae-
very near future will he rainy
weather which will make it im
possible to transport the material
to the mixer. The remaining 1 ,600
feet are located between grades at
the Wood school bouse and Ineiud.
a three-foot fill which waa mad'
this year.' If constant and heavy
rains should now come this part of
tbe road will become water-aoaaea
land delay further construction
work for some time.
Should there be a delay on ac
count of weather the further fear
exists that it will turn to a condi
tion of frost of" freezing which
would compel cessation of afctivi-
Octjties. It is reported that tut uon
The way Construction company, which
'has the remaining three and
I half ,nilua hatvun flotlJMan
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only 3,500 feet remaining, will
make every consistent effort to
complete their contract
GENESEO FARM ?
BUREAU TO MEET
Geneseo, Oct 7. The regatar'
monthly meeting of the Oeneseo
Community Farm bureau will be
held at the Geneseo township high
school next Tuesday evening, Oct
10, at 8 o'clock. Warren Richmond,'
secretary, reauests that solicitors
!in tfca rnr.ent . membfirshin drlva
turn in their reports at this meet
A county meeting of the I. O. O.
F. lodges was held in Wayne's
hall, Thursday evening, one hun
dred ten being in attendance. De-
greework was, conferred, a snort
program was given and supper was
served later. h
F. H. Keeler returned today
from Muscatine, where he attend
ed a reunion of his father's regi
ment the 35th Iowa volunteers.
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