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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
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DAVENPORT
Attorney Neal Withdraws Money.
Attorney C. W. eNal, who is now in
Des Moines, is reported to have with
drawn $5,0(10 which he had on deposit
at a local bank and to have had it for
warded to Des Moines. It is stated,
however, that he has other deposits in
this city. The withdrawal or so large
a sum, however, will serve to bear out
the general belief that Captain Neal is
preparing to leave Davenport permanently.
Verdict for Defense. The case of
Charles Graham vs. the Hettendorf Axle
company came to an abrupt ending in
the district court yesterday. After all
the evidence on the plaintiff's side had
been produced, the attorneys for the
defendant company made a motion to
the effect that the jury be instructed to
return a verdict in their favor. Before
Judge House had passed opinion on
this motion, Attorney J. A. Hanley, on
behalf of his client, dismissed the case
without prejudice.
Manager of Kimball House Here
Manager J. H. Hieu, with Mrs. I Hen
and their daughter. Miss Ethel, have
moved into the Kimball house, having
temporarily furnished a suite of rooms
there, and the improvements and fur
nishings that are expected to make the
Kimball one of the best hotels in the
state of Iowa, will be finished under
Mr. Ilien's eye and direction.
Charged With Bigamy. Will John
son, a iormer Davenport young man,
who at one time, in partnership with
Joe Stapleton, conducted the Saratoga
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Fred
erick Fahrenkrug and Miss x Christine
Kruse, at home. There are also a num
ber of grandchildren and great-grand-.
children.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jappe, aged 78 years,
died yesterday at her home, 919 West
Sixth street. Mrs. Jappe was born in
Hamburg, Germany, in 1821. She came
to Davenport in 1S68 and lived here un
til the time of her death. Surviving
are three children, Thomas H. Jappe,
Magdalena Jappe, and Dr. C. F. Jappe.
Hans H. Rottgardt, 71 years of age,
died at the Scott county hospital Wed
nesday night about midnight. He was
taken to the hospital from the county
farm only the day before. He has rela
tives in New York, but it is not known
that there are any in Davenport.
HILLSDALE.
A. B. Huston is in Peoria this week
His wife. is visiting with Mr. and Mrs
William Hopps at their home in Gales
burg. Hugh Donohay of Joslin is work
ing at the depot in his place,
Miss Clara Johnson was called to
Rock Island Tuesday evening to the
bedside of her aunt. Miss Jessie Lamb,
who has been rapidly failing all sum
mer. She is at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Mona O'Connell.
Lena Schroder left Tuesday evening
for Edgar, Neb., to help care for her
brother Louis wife, who is very sick
with cancer of the stomach
Mrs. Silas Simpson and her aged
mother, Mrs. Simpson, left Saturday
morning for Aurora to visit with Mrs.
Simpson's daughter.
C. H. Windle made a business trip to
Oklahoma. He left Tuesday evenin
returning Saturday.
About 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
hotel bar, and at another: period was Dr. Donohoo's barn was discovered to
bartender at Doc Welch's well known be on fire. A crowd quickly gather
thirst establishment on East Third ', d, but the barn was past saving. The
street, is in serious trouble at Racine,
Wis., as the following dispatch from
that place will show: "William John
son was arrested here yesterday after
noon on the charge of adultery, Madge
Johnson, his wife, being the complain
ant. She showed a certificate copy of
the records at Davenport substantia
ting her claim. Johnson denied the
marriage by Rev. Mr. Judy 10 years
ago. Johnson abandoned his wife two
weeks ago and went to Waukcgan. II!.,
and was married to Edna Hoessli, an
inmate of a local resort. The case was
adjourned until Saturday morning, bail
being fixed at $23 which Johnson was
unable to secure. At the preliminary
hearing the first wife begged to have
complaint withdrawn, but the state's
attorney refused. In case the charge
is dismissed here, Johnson may be ta
ken to Illinois and prosecuted for big
amy. Johnson charges his first wife
with being a morphine fiend."
Obituary Record. Christopher M. J.
Kruse, the well known Scott county pio
neer, passed away at his home at 310
Bismarck street yesterday. Deceased
was born in Germany in 1S1G, but came
to this country when quite young. " A
greater part of the 91 years of his life
has been spent in this city. He has
taken a prominent part in public af
fairs in Davenport and Scott county,
being supervisor for a number of years.
hre originated in the hay loft. The
horses, buggy and harness were saved
There was a small insurance. All sur
rounding buildings were saved.
Mrs. William Sheppard is visiting
this week in Moline with friends.
Tuesday the Methodist people from
Zuma and Hillsdale pleasantly spent
the day with their pastor. Rev. W. D.
Hull, and wife. The ladies furnished a
fine dinner. A collection was taken
which was presented to Rev. Mr. Hul!
The ladies of the Hillsdale Aid society
also presented Mrs. Hull with a quilt
Rev. Wallice Woodburn and family
are moving from Palestine, 111., to .Kan
sas. They stopped over Sunday with
relatives in town and vicinity.,;
Miss Delts of Lyndon Is visiting ths
week with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Den
nison. - 1
Mrs. E. L. Williams of Erie and Mrs.
Kate Lamphere of Miliersville are vis
iting this week in town.
Whiteside county road commis
sioners are fixing the Erie road about
a mile and a half east of town. They
liought the foundations of the old school
house and the old creamery, also a car
load of crushed rock was shipped to
Hillsdale. The Whiteside county men
did the hauling.
Mrs. Houschild entertained her sister
from Geneseo for a few days last week.
A wagon load of Hillsdale men went
to the Maplewood farm Monday to see
a new steam plow work, which John ;
Hanson has lately purchased. Mr. Han
son has rented the Maplewood farm
for this next year.
The hour of the Hillsdale Methodist!
Sunday school has been changed from
10:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. Preaching will
be next Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Patsy Tobin visited a few days
last week with relatives in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Markee spent Sun
day in Newton township- with Mr.
Markee's parents.
Henry Cooley of Yorktown is in town
this week visiting relatives.
Miss Lucy Goodrich entertained her
sister, Mrs. Cregg, from Moline a few
days the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnel Exstrom of Briar
Bluff, 111., are visiting relatives this
week in this vicinity.
Mrs. William Piatt of Atlantic, Iowa,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake of Zuma,
and Mrs. Fred Whiteside of Joslin spent
Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Walker.
Mrs. Sarah Wreath gave a party Sat-
MOLINE 11
Boys Are Arrested. Serious charges
have been brought against George
Boyle, Jr., of Hampton and Morris
Peterson of this city. The two boys,
whose ages are 13 and 16 years re
spectively, were arrested yesterday on
warrants sworn out by Mr. Bradley
of this city, who charges them with
committing the crime of assault upon
his 7-yearold daughter, Thel.ua Brad
ley. The case has been set for next
Tuesday at 2 o'clock and the boys
have each been placed under bonds
to appear and answer to the charge.
Mad Friend Arrested, Then Pays
Fine Fred Harfart had Otto Fisher
ai rested and then paid his fine. Dcih
n en are employed on the go 3ii-nn ;it
boat Col A. Mackenzie and Wednes
day engaged in an argument. Fisher
proved the poorest conversationalist
urday afternoon to a number of the .and resorted to his fists to carry his
young friends of her grandson, Ferdin- pomt. He landed on Harfart's jav..
and Taggert. jwho immediately soug:it aj. ict it ti e
Lee Trowbridge and wife are visiting police station, and had Fisher arrested,
this week with relatives near Erie. Tne night was si-ent in the basi:I ; ai-1
flir. and Mrs. Dan O'Connell and . " l" 'o'ing r is ij. -was nrougiu
Mr. and Mrs. Hull of Coe township
were Hillsdale visitors Saturday.
Mesdames Frances Cary and sister,
Crist Dillim, visited relatives in Rock
Island Thursday.
Mrs. Maud Hill visited at the home
of Frank Hamblin in Rock Island a
few days the last of the week.
Mesdames Robert and William Pear
sail visited over Sunday in Rock Island
with relatives.
Sadie Scott of Davenport is visiting
this week at the home of her mother.
Mrs. John Butzer of Urbana spent a
few days the last of the week at home
in Hillsdale.
C. M. Huffard of Champaign, 111 ,
was a visitor in our town a few days
last week.
Dick Mercer of Galesburg spent Fri
day in town with his parents.
Mrs. J. W. Guthrie of North Dakota
is visiting friends in the vicinity.
Harold Scott, who has been quite
sick with malaria fever, Is much im
proved. Jess Oonahoo was in Chicago last
week with a shipment of stock.
John Woodburn had the misfortutje,
one day last week to lose a good horse
which had cut itself rfn the barb wire
fence in such a way that it had to be
shot.
Miss Mabel Hill returned to her horn
Miss Mabel Itill returned to he
home in Barstow Tuesday evening
after a short visit in town with rela
tives and friends,
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Mrs. Shulty of Moline visited a few
days the last of the week at the homo
if Henry Banker.
John Woodburn and brother, Robert,
were Business callers in Andalusia
Thursday.
Levi and Charles White are visiting
this week with their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Hahn, at their home in
Morrison.
Dr. Lee Trowbridge was a visitor in
Sterling Wednesday.
Carl Wilkins and Miss Ethel Wil
son were united in marriage last Tucs-
fore the police nioi.is.ratv. He pleaded
guilty and was fined $3.05. Harfart
asked if he could pay Hh tim; and );e
was told he couM, which he di I slat
ing that he just wanted to teach Fisher
a lesson, to not be so free with his
fists.
Senator Landee III. Senator F. A.
Landee was taken to the Tri-city Sani
avium yesterday for treatment for
rheumatism, of which he has a veiy
serious eas2. Tues.liy hr- was U'Mii
suddenly ill with the trouble and to
wards evening was entirely helpless.
Defer Action on Motion to Sell. At
a meeting of the creditor ef the
Deere & Clark Motor Car coinpaiv
yesterday action was postponed until
the treasurer report had been sub
mittcd. A week ago a motion was
niade to the effect that the stock be
sold at public auction and it was for
action on this motion that the nut1.
ing was called.
A matter
of choice
Which will you have
dry, chalky, tasteless
oyster crackers dipped
out of a barrel, or
dainty, appetizing bubbles of
crispness that melt on your
tongue with a savory suspicion
of salt and add zest
to your soup or oysters?
rvjt in moisture
L proof packages
MATTTOMAT
.) BISCUIT
COMPANY
to her home after a very pleasant visit
with her daughter in Bloomingtou, II'.
Obituary Record. IRoy Fults, the
5-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
iel Fults. died at the home. 330 Fifth
street. Wednesday night of stomach
trouble.' The baby was born in Mil
waukee, May 1. 1907,!and was brought
to Moline by his parents Aug. 19.
NATURE PROVIDES
FOR SICK WOMEN
a more potent remedy in the roots
and herbs of the field than was ever
produced from drugs.
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in medicines and Lydia E.
Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., in her
study of roots and herbs and their
power over disease discovered and
gave to the women of the world a
remedy for their peculiar ills more
potent and efficacious than any
combination of drugs.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value.
During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual
cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence ox every lair minded
person and every thinking woman.
When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions,
weakness, displacements, ulceration or inflammation, backache,
flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they
should remember there is one tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
No other remedy in the country has such a record of cures of
female ills, and thousands of women residing in every part of the United
States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia . Pink
ham's Vegetable compound and what it has done for them.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years she has been advising
sick women free of charge. She is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink
ham and as her assistant for years before her decease advised under her
immediate direction. Address, Lynn, Mass.
AnnvaJ Clearing Sale
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER 25 PER CENT DIS
COUNT ON ALL PAPERS, AS WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR
NEW GOODS.
ONE CARLOAD OF WALL PAPERS RANGING IN PRICE FROM 3,
4, 5, 7, 8 AND 10 CENTS PER ROLL AND UP.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. 1
Paridon Wall Paper Co.,
419 Seventeenth Street -YOURS
FOR FINE WALL PAPER AT LOWEST PRICES.
WATERTOWN.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holland have
moved their household goods from the
Harry Nicholson cattage to Geneseo.
where they will make their future
home.
Miles Nicholson is preparing to erect
a dwelling on his lots near Aren-
schields.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lee attended
a family reunion Sunday in Walker
station.
The Baptist Aid society held an opei.
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs
I A. .1. Lavine last Wednesday evening.
TMio T?rvn 1 NToio'li Iw rw o-n lirror1 with
day, Oct. 15, bv the Rev. Mr. Kerr li ' . . , " J" , 7, .
u tt , V, "it . I lunch last Tuesday-afternoon and went
. '. . r," to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
. . . ... P . 'Allsbrow as a surprise farewell partv
- . . , , , . ' iniur io uieir uvi inure ior
till UUd QIC JAH"'l:H l Lilt. 111. A H"J
will soon begin housekeeping in Hillsdale.
A." M. Tompson is building a race
track on George McMurphy's farm a
short distance out of town for the pur
pose of training his fast horses.
The first part of November a ciga-
factory will be started in town. The
rooms above the postoffice in the Nun-
die building have been secured.
John Krantz was a tri-city visitor
the first of the week.
FOSTER.
The following were - entertained at
the D. A. Kleist home Sunday after
noon' and evening: The Misses Feari
Watson, Arizona Watson, Ethel Foste-,
Carrie Freyermuth, Agnes Gillette,
Alice Gillette, Bessie Workman,
Messrs. Robert Workman, Floyd Gil
lette, Willie Freyermuth, Arch Foster.
Bryars Watson. A. C. Holtman and
John Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blankenburg of
Rock Island spent Sunday at the honvj
of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gillette.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowser and three
daughters of Muscatine spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rickett o?
Pine Bluff spent Sunday at the hom
of Mrs... Rickett's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Watson.
Mrs. Eli Reynolds is sick.
Miss Carrie Freyermuth has return
ed home after spending the past week
with relatives near Muscatine.
Miss Sophia Anderson has returned
to her home after spending the past
few weeks with friends at Aledo and
Petersville.
D. A. Kleist and Dan Foster, who
spent a few days last week in St.
Louis, returned home Monday evening.
They spent Monday in Rock Island.
Joe Neusbaum is visiting in Peoria,
111.
Mr. and Mrs. L.'. Puller of Leof,
Iowa, are visiting at the F. W. Foster !,
home.
a vis't
with their son, Harry Allsbrow, who
lives in Lincoln, Neb. They left Wed
nesday evening for that place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ramus and
baby returned to their home in Lu
verne, Iowa, after a visit here with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ler, and sister, Mrs. Joseph Geisler
Miss Celia Herron is improving after
a siege of sickness.
Mrs. Bitner returned to her home in
Independence, Iowa, Thursday after an
extended visit here with her daughter
Mrs. Henry Hillberg.
Lee Nicholson has returned to his
home after spending the past year in
Zuma.
Mr. and Mrs. Bellville of near Moi
mouth are here visiting with their
two sons. Will H. and R. G. Young.
Richard O'Donnell and wife have re
turned to their home in Beardstow
after a visit here.
Mrs. Harry Cossner and children lef:
Thursday morning for their home in
Joplin, Mo., after a visit here with Mr
and Mrs. S. P. Cossner.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas has returnej
ZUMA.
F. L. Wake shipped two carloads of
hogs to Chicago last Wednesday night.
James A. and Frank Searle were
business callers in Port Byron last
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Pratt and Mr.
and Mrs. William Pratt of Anita. Iowa
are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. C
Wake and other relatives.
Frank Dailey of Albany spent last
Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Dailey.
Charles Walthers was a business cal
ler in Rock Island last Friday.
Rollin and William Pratt, who are
visiting relatives here, were in Gales
burg Friday attending a stock sale.
Miss Mabel Noah was pleasantly
surprised by a number of her young
friends last Friday evening. The even
ing was spent in games and music.
Mrs. D. W. Mumma visited with
relatives near Hillsdale last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Wainwright
and Edward Wainwright returned
home Friday night from Greenwich,
Ohio, where they have been visiting
relatives for the past month.
Miss Echo Allsbrow and Miss Edni
Mumma attended the teachers' inst;
tute in Port Byron.
James Donahoo of Moline visited
with his brother, Jode, last Satuday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walthers de
parted Saturday morning for a visit
with Mr. Walther's brother, Fred
near Clinton, Iowa.
Sheldon Mumma and Frankli'i
Wainwright were business callers in
the tri-cities last Saturday.
Those attending quarterly confer
ference at Hillsdale Saturday from
Zuma were Mrs. Clyde Wake. Mrs.
D. W. Mumma, L. N. Dailey, S. S.
Beal and Jesse Nicholson.
Miss Iaura White visited in Rock
Island Friday and Saturday of las
week.
A number of K. P. brothers attended
the K. P. convention in Moline last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Nicholson are
the parents of a baby boy born Satur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Beal departed
Tuesday for Newark, Ohio, for a few
weeks visit with their daughter, Sadi.
Miss Lillie Walthers ' of Molin ?
spent Sunday with her brother, Edgar.
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MEN AND WOMEN
I CURE
MEN OF
Weakness.
Nervous debility
Hydrocele,
Blood poison,
Kidney and
Bladder trouble,
Piles, Fietula,
Rheumatism,
Asthma,
Paralysis,
Epilepsy.
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WOMEN
OF
Private Weak
ness, Blood
.Poison, -Tumoni,
Nervousness,
Back and Head
aches, Dizziness,
Constipation,
Pimples, Black-'
heads, Goiter,
Cataract, Eye, -Ear
and Throat
Diseases.
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Take De Witt's Little Fvly Riser
Pills. Sold by all druggists.
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Hard Times in Kansas.
The old days of grasshoppers and
drouth are almost forgotten in the pros
perous Kansas of today, although a citi
zen of Codell, Earl Shamburg, has not
yet forgotten a hard time he encoun
tered. He says: "I was worn out and
discouraged ' by coughing night and
day, and could find no relief'till I tried
Dr. King's New Discovery. It took less
than one bottle to completely cure me.,:
The safest and most reliable cough and
cold remedy and lung and throat healer
ever discovered. Guaranteed by all
druggists; 50 cents and $1. Trial bot
tle free.
Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years.
I have been afflicted with sore eyes
for 33 years. Thirteen years ago t be
came totally blind and was blind for
six years. My eyes were badly inflam
ed. One of my neighbors insisted upon
my trying Chamberlain's Salve and
gave me half a box of it To my sur
prise it healed my eyes and my sight
came back to me." P. C. Earls, Cyn
Ithiana, Ky. Chamberlain's Salve is for
sale by all druggists.
Only One "Bromo Quinine."
That Is Laxative Bromo Quinine.
Look for the signature of E. W. Grove.
Used the world over to cure a cold in
one day. 25 cents.
DR. O. A. YOUNG.
CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL.
I ADVERTISE WHAT I DO, I DO WHAT I ADVERTISE.
I DO NOT TREAT ALL DISEASES, I CURE ALL DISEASES I TREAT.
I HOLD OUT NO FALSE HOPES. I FULFILL EVERY PROMISE.
I WILL NOT ACCEPT INCURABLE CASES, I MAINTAIN MY PRAC
TICE BY HONEST WORK.
I ASK THE LOWEST FEE, I CHARGE FOR CURES ONLY.
DR. O A. YOUNG.
Third Floor, South Putnam Building. DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12 m.
NOTE: Until further notice there will be no charge for consultation.
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Strecker & Lewis,
PAINTS and WALL PAPER
(Formerly P. J. Lee's)
A DISCOUNT OF TWENTY FIVE PER
CENT ON WALL PAPER TO MAKE
ROOM FOR THE INCOMING SPRING
STOCK. ESTIMATES FURNISHED
ON PAINTING, ETC.
1429-1431 2nd Ave. Phone 71 8K Old, 5452 : New
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H. E. CASTEEL,
President
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L. D. MUDGE, II. B. SIMMON,
Vice President.
Cashier.
.CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
INXORPOlLxlils :
Capital Slock, $100,000. Four IVr Oat laterrat raid Oeaaalta.
DIRECTORS,
C. J. Larkln, II. D. Mack, II. II. Clcaveland,
J. J. LaVelle, John Schafer, ilary E. Robinson, -
H. E. Casteel, M. S. Heagy, E. D. Sweeney,
L. D. Mudge, II. B. Simmon, H. W. Tremann,
TRUST DEPARTMENT.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,'
which Is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
for Non-Residents, Women, Invalids, and others.
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