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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature--! a. m. 64; at
3:30 p. ra. 78.
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar. -
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
' Bay a home of Eeidy Bros.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
C. 15. Taylor & Son for insurance.
Elgin and return Saturday, Sept
For real estate and insurance, E.
A snap chance in tailor made suits;
Bee McCabe's ad.
Dr. David B. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
McCabe's is headquarters for school
supplies of all kinds.
A Xo. 1 cotton top mattress with
bed, $1.30 this week at McCabe's.
Only $1.50 for round trip to Elgin
and return Saturday night, Sept. 6.
Twin City Club dance at the Watch
Tower Sept. 5. Ogden's orchestra.
Special cars will be reserved for
ladies on' the Elgin excursion, Sept.
6. Only $1.50 for round trip.
Dr.,1. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skiu specialist.
Office, 303Vi Twentieth street.
Free! Free! Don't forget the free
demonstration of Norka Malted Oats
at McCabe's department store.
Our photograph of you would have
the much sought after artistic merit
and elegance of finish. The Blakeslee
John Buck was taken in the ambu
lance yesterday from St. Anthony's
hospital to his home 2713 Thirteenth
Attend the social dance given by
Fay Ilawes ramp, Tuesday evening.
September 2, at Carse hall. Admis
sion, 15 cents,
" Bock Island Arsenal Employes'
Aid asoeiation excursion to Elgin,
Sept. 6. only $1.50 for round trip via
C. M. & St. 1 railway.
We repeat, school shoes and school
stockings for boys and girls at Mc
"f'abe prices that cannot be found
Miss Clara Woltmann will reopen
her kindergarten Sept. 8. at the Lin
coln school building, when she will
be glad to enroll her old pupils and
many new ones.
Metal beds, enameled iron beds and
brass trimmed beds of all kinds, with
wire springs and A No. 1 cotton top
mattresses for a song, this -week at
McCabe's. Bead ad.
The greatest selling of school shoes
ever known in Bock Island county
has been going on for six days at
McCabe's and will be continued six
days more. Go with the crowd
A car load of cotton batts direct
from the mills just arrived at Mc
Cabe's. To make them rt lively, will
sell at 5 o'clock eaeh day this week
good cotton batts at 3c per roll.
The Veteran Volunteer Fireman's
association will hold a meeting at
the city council room tomorrow even
ing for the purpose of completing ar
rangements for the taking part in
the parade in Davenport.
The Arsenal Employes' Aid asso
ciation have made arrangements with
the C. M. & St. P. to run an ex
cursion to Elgin and return, leaving
Davenport Saturday night, Sept. 6,
at the low rate of $1.50 for round
Speeial excursion train for Elgin
leaving Davenport 10:45 p. m.; Bock
Island 11:00 p. in.; Moline 11:15 p. m.,
Saturday, Sept. 6, arriving in Elgin
5:30 a. m., Sunday, Sept. 7. 15c
turniiig special train leaves Elgin
7:30 p. m.
Beidy Brothers, the real estate
agents, have begun suit against O. M.
Kerns for $150, alleging that they
made the deal for the sale of his resi
dence, and demanding a commission
of 2ys per cent. They are represent
ed by Searle & Marshall.
Steamer C. W. Cowles with the new
'barge Sophia will make two trips to
the (irand Isle eaeh evening on the
following dates, September 2, 3, 4 and
5. Leaving levees, Davenport 7:00,
Bock Isuand 7:30 o'clock on first
trip. Fare round trip, 10 cents.
night on complaint of his wife, Ella
Anderson, who accused him of being
drunk and making a nuisance of him
self about home. At' the hearing be'
fore Magistrate Johnson this morn
ing he was' fined $3.
William Walton was arrested for
trying to beat a board bill today on
complaint of the proprietor of the
Union restaurant, on Market square.
The bill was $2.30. As Walton's
crime only appeared to consist in not
having the money to settle, he was
released by the police on a promise
to raise the amount among his f riehds
during the afternoon.
Harry Stewart, a lad residing in the
west part of the city, was arrested
Saturday on complaint of "Jakey"
Zimmer, who accused him of throw
ing a. stone at the complainant. The
ease was brought before Magistrate
Johnson, who dismissed the charge.
James Woods, a drunk, was fined
$3 and costs this morning.
George Anderson was arrested last
There is no Rocfielle Salt, Alum,
Lime or Ammonia in food mad witti
ROAD IS TO SUE A CITY
Rock Island Will Ask Damages of Musca
tine It is currently reported that the C,
11. I. & 1. system will institute a suit
for damages against the city of Mus
catine. As the cause for action it is
said the company will maintain that
the remissness, negligence and care
lessness of the city authorities is re
sponsible for the destruction of the
company's track and roadbed on the
Wilton line For weeks and months
the city neglected to riprap and pro
tect the piers of the East Fifth
street bridge spanning Mad creek,
though the stone was on the ground
for that purpose, and when the re
cent heavy rains descended Mad
creek went on a rampage and the
ridge collapsed. After the bridge
had fallen into the creek the city
neglected to have it removed prompt-
y, as should have been done, and
when the next heavy downpour came
Mad creek again became a turbulent
stream arid the obstructing bridge in
he creek bottom turned its current
against the C, B. I. & 1 roadbed.
The erosive power of the strong cur-
ent carried away a long section of
track and left a gap long and wide
n its right of way. Muscatine News-
PARTS OF BODY
FOUND IN STOVE
Lucy Jenkins Held for Burning to
Psxrk 5 5 5
Came Called at 3:45.
Aug. 29. E. II. Gtiyer to Moline,
East Moline & Watertown Bailway
Co., lots 9, 10 and 11, block 152, East
Charles H. Icie et al to Moline,
East Moline & Watertown Bailway
Co., part lot 7, LeCIairc's reserve,
David W. Hunt to Moline, East Mo
line & Watertown Bailway Co., strip
of land in sublot 4, lot 5, LeCIairc's
E. II. Guyer et al to Moline, East
Moline &. Watertown Bailway Co.,
right of way over certain streets in
East Moline, $1.
John Henry Stuhr to Cecil (. I'ink-
erton, s 5 feet lot 1, and lot 2, block
I, Longview add., Koek Island, $525.
Carl O. Thulin to Moline, East Mo
line & Watertown Bailway Co., right
of way along Third avenue letween
C. G. Thulin's add., and C. G. Thulin's
second add.. East Moline, $1.
John D. Cady to Moline, East Mo
line & Watertown Bailway Co., lot
II, block 5, and strip of land 12 feet
wide exitemling from west line of lot
4 to lot 11. LeCl a ire's reserve, $750.
David W. Hunt to Moline, East Mo
line & Watertown Bailway Co., right
of way over strip of land in sublot
4, lot 5, LeCIairc's reserve.
MOT lit THE BAKIM0 POWDER TRUST
St make pure food.
Many Raft Boats.
' There are 31 rafters in the business,
says the Keokuk Constitution-Democrat,
and not six, as has been report
ed. A Keokuk man furnishes the list
Baft Boats Saturn, Mountain
Belle, Neptune, Ben Hersbey, Bart
E. Linehan, Kit Karson, Musser,
Chauneey Lamb. Weyerhaueser, F.C.
Denkmann, J. W. Van Sant, Glen
lnont, Eclipse, Zalus Davis, Lizzie
Gardner, Everett, Kambo, Clyde, Ila
venna Bov Boats Mary B. Scotia, Path
finder, Satellitte, Bark Bluff, Frank,
Gypsy, Alice Davis, Bernice, City of
Hudson, Pearlie Davis, B. D. Kendall.
Bocky Mountain Tea taken now will
keep the whole" family well. If it
fails bring it back and get your cash.
35c. T. H. Thomas' pharinacjv
If you (want to be well all the year
take locky Mountain Tea now.
Greatest renovating medicine known.
35c. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
Xtew Are Tear Kidaeys t
Dr. Hobbs'Bpsrsjnis Pill curs all kidney Ills, flanv
UW fraa. MM. Sborbaf Umaoi Ve..Coioaco or &. Y-
Mrs. Lucy Jenkins, , the colored
woman accused of burning alive in a
cook, stove the illegitimate child of
Cora Grissom, as related in Satur
day's Argus, is in the Moline city jail
under $3,000 bond. There are three
charges against her performing an
abortion, practicing mid-wifery with
out a license and concealing the death
of an illegitimate child. .
The coroner's jury, in its verdict,
found that the child, portions of
whose charred body were removeil
from the stove, was alive when
thrown into the fire. '
Mrs. Jenkins admits practically all
the charges that have been preferred
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial
M. T. Lynch, editor of the Phillips-
burg, N. J., Daily Post, writes: "1
have used many kinds of medicines
for coughs .anil eolds in my family,
but never anything so good as Foley's
Honey and Tar. I cannot say too
much in praise of it." Sold by all
Cdacata Your Bowels With Cm.es rets.
Candy C?rtle, euro constlpatioa forever. I
I0o,tf. 5 C. fall, druggists refund money.-1
ROCK ISLAND LADY
INJURED IN A RUNAWAY
Mrs. Alfred Clift, of this city, was
hurt in a runaway accident at Bock
Island arsenal Saturday afternoon
The horse she was driving became
frightened and ran, throwing her
from the buggy. Her injuries were
fortunately confined to a. few minor
bruises. She was picked up and re
moved in the Davenport ambulance
to St. Luke's hospital in that city,
where she received surgical attention
Hartley Vogel, son of Herman Vo-
gel, 401 Seventh avenue, was the vic
tim of an accident late Saturday af
ternoon that might have ln-en very se
rious. He was riding on one of the
large wagons ned in delivering beer
when, at Twelfth street and Fifth
avenue, a lurch of the vehicle threw
him from the seat. The hind wheel
passed over his left leg, fortunately
breaking no bones, but making a
painful bruise. The lad was removed
in the ambulance to his home, where
his. injuries were dressed by Dr. De-Silva.
Fortune Favors a Texan
"Having distressing pains in head,
back and stomach, and being without
appetite, I began to use Dr. King's
New Life Pills," writes W. P. White
head, of Kennedale, Texas, "and soon
felt like a new man." Infallible in
stomach and liver troubles. Only 25
cents, at Hartz fc Ullemeyer's drug
The balance of August will be devoted to clearing out
all broken lots and. odds and ends of Shoes of all
kinds. We shall make prices on same which will
astonish you. Come in and 'find your size and tho
price will suit.
We are showing very strong lines of Shoes suita
ble for school wear at very attractive prices.
Misses School Shoes
All solid patent tip, full round
toe, very good style, sizes
8 to 'J, note the
Boys Shoes ,
See those boys' 3-sole kangaroo
calf Shoes in our men's win
dow and see how they are Cf
niade the best you ever saw I O U
0 G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue
ARE YOU ON. ..
To the fact that our stock of Gro
ceries is the most complete io the
city. We have everythiOK Io the
line of fresh fruits, vegetables and
choice canned goods. Some good
things for your Sunday dinner:
Or l cry. Green Corn.
Parsley. Head Lettuce
Soup Hunches. Kgg Plant,
Cauliflower. Wax Ueans,
Tokav. Malaga and Concord drapes
Kating and Cooking Apples
Plums i Bananas
Peaches Pineapples -
Watermelons Cal Pears
Plums by the peck oj bushel.
Poultry and Fish.
. Dressed Spring Chickens.
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
Buy as good a case as you
can afford, but first get a
movement which will be
juxjurate. Every -watch
movement wo sell belongs
to us until it measures
time accurately. Pick the
esis and let us docldo on
We make a specialty of
FINE RAILROAD WATCHES
Also the repairing of
Manufacturing Jeweler an 3
Yfy i " rrr "i"i r"ni e- ji ri rvruvrv
"TRIFLES LIQHT AS AIR"
But as important as weightier
and more cogent reasons for
patronizing any given laundry,
arc the attention paid to ''turn
ing over" collars, no tearing of
buttonholes, no scorching of
shirt bosoms anything else for
that matter. -Many littles make
good laundry'work and perma
nent .customers. Wo will suit
Laundry 5. 5
Twelfth 8t , Fifth An, Fbont XI3
HOES FOR. MEW
fAre the best for the price 'i'fi' Arnerica. We stand back of
this statement and repeat it Best shoe in America for
the price. We squeeze $4 values into a $3 price and $5
values into a $4 price. Shoes are a "side line" for us
does not cost us a penny extra expense to sell them.
. That is one reason why we can afford to squeezefthe price
as we do. Good judges say our shoes are elegant,
nomical men say it pays to wear M. 6c K. shoes.
men buy their shoes of us.
how If on
Styles in Footwear
Burrojap, Patent Leather, Enamels, Ideal Kid, Vici Kid, Box Calf, New
Lasts. Absolutely Correct in Toe, in Cut, in Style.
We have the exclusive sale for the celebrated Packard Shoe. We guarantee
every pair from $2 to $4 in price to give perfect satisfaction. The manufacturer
protects us in this guarantee; so then, if you want shoe elegance, shoe comfort,
shoe satisfaction and shoe economy you will wear an M. 6c K. shoe and save a
dollar or two. ,