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THE ARG-TJS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1902.
from Soft Goal
Round Oak Furnaces have large feed doors,
burn wood or coal ; but whatever they
burn, give greater heat than any otlier
furnaces, lecau.se all the gases and nearly
all the smoke is consumed. The smoke is
white from a Round Oak Furnace burning
soft coal : that means no waste fuel. The
priuciple is not new, but the application
to the Round Oak is new in that no
boles are cut through the fire pot.
from ii H oilier
in many otlier
tiling!! in solid
of price. If you
arc (join;; to buy a
furtiiti-e. e nd for
our frua furiiueo book
obtains useful infor
mal ion aloiit lieutln?, di
mension", lurnuce regula
tion, ventilation, etc.
Ior. a-la-, .Mi h.
JfatTi of Jir.-kit ih'a Round
Utik, tltr numt fa mituM
thivr l'i the lfirti.
UouwJ link 1'iiniUM rc tor tm '
Rock Island by John T.Nof tsker,
M witii outer Ciiaing removed.
Brewed in a plant as clean as the cleanest home kitchen always open to
your inspection -58,971 visitors last year.
Between 2 and 3 o'clock Sunday nf
ternoon Leo llruhm, the 15-vear-old
son of Hans Bruhm, of Dixwell street
nrar Cedar, fell from the trestle work
of the railway in the rear of the gin
cose plant and was very badly injur
cd: so badly Indeed that the full ex
tent cannot be determined for several
days to come. A diagnosis of his in
juries discovered tne arm uroKen in
two places and one side of the face
badly crushed -in. the cheek hone !
ing fractured. It is miraculous that
he did not break his nfk in the im
pact with the ground. Dr. Hoes re
ilueetl the fractures in the lads arm.
and dressed the face, making him as
comfortable as possible under the
circumstances. Whether or not Leo
is internally injured cannot be deter
uiined for several davs.
On Oct. l.". at Denver, Col., occurrei
the marriage of Ivlwin L. Regennit
ter, of Idaho Springs, Col., son of D,
Kegennitter, of this eitv. and .Miss
Alva 11. Ka lit nor, of , Denver. The
groom is an attorney of Idaho
springs, and was for three years !is
trict attorney there. lie and his
bride will enjoy a wedding trip to
IVxas and it is finite possible that
Davenport and a visit to Mr. I!egen
nitter's family may be included in the
itinerary. The couple will reside at
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
kUXtKlVIUK AMU UUILUKH.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer dooring. Jobbincr
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Shop Thirty-second Street and Fourteenth Areone. Phone 157 8 w-at
i3 acknowledged to be the best for
all bladder and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GfvAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates and other information
Grand Hotel, Colfax. Iowa.
Winter Tourists' Rates
AND ALL INLAND
8 gySJe'.T:? JWt:Ttj
with $2.00 added will be the price for
round-trip tickets to most points in
and practically the entire country west
of St. Paul, and the Missouri River.
These tickets will bo sold only on
October 7 and 21.
Thy will be limited to 21 days.
Then every day during October we shall
have one-way tickets on sale to Salt
Lake City, Ogden, Helena, Butte, Spo
kane and the Pacific Coast at greatly
reduced rates $31.00, for instance,
Rock Island to Pacific Coast.
For particulars about tickots, for
sleeping car berths, f o' lers, etc., kindly
write or calL . - : . .. ,
FRANK A. HART, Pass'r Agent C. B. & t). Depot
512 Telephone 1 1 80.
Big Four Route
commencing net. l.i. r.i and con
tinning until April :). pio:;. tickets
will be on sale from all points on the
"JIMS l'Orii ROUTE," good for return
passage until .May .11, 1!M.'.
TANK ADVANTAd E OF TDK LOW
KATES AND LONG RETURN
ror full information and particu
lars as to rates, tickets, limits, etc
can on agents j;ig rour lioute, or
address the undersigned.
WARREN .1. LVNCK,
(ien"l Pass. & Ticket A'gt.
W. P. DEl'PE,
Asst. O. 1'. & T. Agt.
ALLEN M. NYK, T. 1. A., Peoria, 111
SEl'TEMIIER AND OCTOBER TO
CALIFORNIA COMMON .POINTS,
Granting stop-overs at certain points.
Hans Anderson, who boarded 'with
the' family of his employer. II. II
Eckhardt. the iceman, at 1120 est
Fourth street, went on a visit to Clin
ion Wednesday, two weeks ago. in
tending to spend the day with friend
ind return the next day, Thursday.
He failed to return and a search was
instituted. He was not found at
linton. neither at Walcott. where he
ilso has friends. No intelligence has
been received from him, and thert
fore his employer is anxious.
Otto Steckel, a carpenter who has
worked for McClelland or Co. for the
past 2i years, had the misfortune to
get his left hand in the way of a saj
yesterday morning and the middle fin
ger was cut off, while a finger on each
side of it was lacerated somewhat,
but will be saved.
When the train from Des Moines
came in yesterday afternoon it
brought to the city a man who was
run over near Stockton, where he
tried to get on the train while it w1
in motion, and went under the wheels.
His left hand and foot were badly
mashed. He was put on a truck at
the depot here and left, and how long
he would have remained there if by
standers hadn't taken an interest in
him and called the patrol is unknown,
lie was finally taken to St. Luke's
hospital. His name is Schwartz.
At his home, 101S West Second
street, at 2:. 10 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, occurred the death of William
Druel. a glucose employe, in the .Vrd
year of his age. Deceased died sud
denly of heart disease. He worked
all day Saturday, hut late that even
ing began to feel badly. He repaired
to a nearby saloon, where he called
for and drank a glass of-whisky. He
returned to his home and rapidly
grew worse until at 2:.S o clock when
he passed awav. He was born in this
country and is survived only by hi
wife. The funeral was held from his
late residence at 2 o'clock yesterday
ifternoon, with interment at Fair-
John Buckingham, age:l to years
died Saturday night at the home of
his son, Isaac II. I'.iickingham. 1019
errv street, and his remains were
shipped to the old family home at
Weldon, Decatur county, for burial
He was a native of Onio and had liv
ed in Iowa about thirty-seven years,
for the last five in Davenport. Ano
ther son, Charles (J., also lives here
At the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. William Rohlf. 2017 Washington
street, at 4 o clock Sunday afternoon
occurred the death of Mathilda Rohlf,
at the age of 4 years. Death resulted
from diphtheria. J lie funeral was
privately held at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon from the resilience, with
interment at Fairmount cemetery.
and did not long survive the work
that was done In the hope of saving
his life, dying at the hospital yester
day afternoon'. The little boy was si
bright child and the light of the Whit-
couib home, where he was the chief
consolation for the death of his
mother which soon followed his
.rucies of incorporation of the
wiiue washer company were fil
ed yesterday in the ottiee of the coun
ty recorder by Rerhard L. Schmidt
Samuel i. White an.I Frank I.
Schmidt. The capital stock is placed
at $15,000. The officers of the com
pany are as follows: President 1! I
Schmidt; vice president. Frank L.
Schmidt; secretary and trwnr,.
Samuel T. White.
Otto P. Steckel. of 2007 Harrison
street, lost , nf the tinirers ..f t.;
ft hand yesterday morniii.r ti,
result of an accident while he was at
work in the carpenter shop of the T.'
W. McClelland Co. on Main i..-:ir
Fourth. Mr. Steckel was oin-ratinsr
What is known as :i sii.-i ltinn- tnnchinp
id in some way or other trot his
hand in the machine in such a way
that part of it xjis crushed. Dr. Lam-
bach amputated the third fin ire r
ibove Hie second joint. Dr. Starbuck
assisted in the operation. Mr. Steck
el was removed to his home in the
Rnrglars last night broke into the
residence of M. .1. Eagal and carried
off jewelry xalned at $2,000. There is
no clue to the robbers.
ZINC MINES WOULD BE
PROFITABLE IN LOCALITY
Rock Island. Oct. 27. Editor Argus:
think a new industry might be
started in our eitv if some capitalist
ould be induced to invest in it. I
think the manufacture of zinc could
e done more cheaply here than any
where else. 1 nexhaustable supplies
f the carbonate and sulphate of zinc
ire being found all over the (ialena
ead mine district. Some of the heavi
est, bodies are found in the hills in
the corporate limits of the city. New
ompanies are being formed all over
the district for zinc and lead mining.
It takes one and one-half tons of
al to smelt one ton of zinc ore.
fliis makes it necessary to bring the
mineral to where there is coal. The
mineral can oe loaded on barges at
ilena and taken, down the river
ind mils to Wock Island, home years
go a Rock Island citizen went to
Ialena to investigate the feasibility of
tarting the manufacture of zinc in
iiiiK island, but at this time the sup
ply was very limited, being mined
only at one point, at Pilot Knob, four
miles below (ialena. Larue amount
i zinc are also now Peing lounu in
the lead mine district about I);i lie
think all the zinc is now being ta
en to La Salle by rail. Zinc works
stablished here would have a de
ided advantage over those of La
alle on account of the cheaper trans
portation of the ore to this point.
S. W. M'MAS TEi:
Yesterday Engineer Mapledoiam, of
the Mobile. i:;lst Moline & Watertown
railway, pirt a gang of men to work
at the foot of Sixteenth street unload
ing the two new passenger coaches
which arrived last Saturday. The four
trucks have arrived and two of these
will be put under each car and fast
ened where the cars now stand. A
temporary track will be laid so 1lt
the cars can be. pushed over to the
rails on Second avenue: The work of
wiring the car has been completed
ind all that now remains is the in
stallation of the air brakes. Engineer
Maple loram expects to have the task
finished by next Sat urday so that the
trial run can be made from Fifteenth
street to watertown.
A permanent home for the new
branch in Moline of the N . M. ( . A.
assured in the Warr building on
Sixteenth street, now occupied by the
llichelieu restaurant and the Oustus
School of P.usiness.
doh ii W. Spratt died
f his son. .1. M: Spratt.
ighth street, yesterday.
;ii the home
weeks with paralysis,
was f)." years of age. and
of Ohio, lie was a Iravcl-
nt New Re I-
one F. S.
Estate of Julius Goetz, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Julius Goetz,
late of the county of Rook Island, s'ate
of Illinois, deceased hereby trlves notice
that be will appear before 'he county court
of Kock Is and county at the county court
room, in the city of Rock Island at the Janu
ary term, on ih first Monay In January next,
at which time all persons hiviD(fCl- ins against
aald estate re notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same
U persons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to u e
Dated this 20th day of October A. D. 1002.
Joskfh GKicau, Administrator.
The death of Frances M. Kuehl
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kuehl, of Gilbert, occurred at the
family home at 0:1" Sunday evening.
Clerk of the Court Cheek yesterday
afternoon received the full certificate
of pardon for Ed K. Jenks, the con
tractor who two. .years ago figured in
some highly ..sensational . forgery
cases. The. pardon bears the execu
five seal of Gov. Cummins, and his
signature, and it dated Oct. 25. Jenks
was sent. need to three years impris'
onment, but had wen paroled several
months ago. He is now working at
his trade of carpenter in this city.
Wilmot D. Whit ford, proprietor of
the old Kendall restaurant 6n East
1 hird street, expired Sunday morn-
i-nrr nt T T - Vw T-I t -j 1 i i 1 1 1 T he was
Your i if-1 1 t - . .' v . .
You can be cured of n. frmftl'Zsl " "J I taken, in a low state ot neaitn, inree
new life and vieor tr living mm m-
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
trains dai .
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
The C, 15. X- Q. will have on sale
Nov. 4 and 1n very- uheapi one-way as
well as roiinditrip-rj-1si;t Colorado.
North Dakotn.;-South Dakota. Arkan
sas, Indian lerritory, ljouisiana, .Mis
souri, New Mexico, Oklahoma and
lexas. Inquire of any C, 15. &. Q.
agent, or 'phone 1599.
I tie deceased
was a nut ie
ing man by occupation.
were shipped today to
interment to take place
Moline Woodmen ha
ng circular letters from
irs. of Kaunas t itv. Claiming lo be a
brother who has lot a ler. With the
letters have come little brass axes,
for which Akers has asked a u.ii-(er
to help him along. C. E. Rattles lias
looked into the matter and he linds
that ihere i no Akers in Kansas City,
but that the fake letters are sent out
by a snide jewelry firm there, which
has adopted this fraudulent manncr
oi disposing of jewelry that is worth
:. to 50 cents per gross.
McEllurn. right end for Kock Isl
and, fractured his collar bone in three
places in 1 he scrub football irame here
Probably in a few months Moline
can boast of having as line a band as
there is in the three cities if the
movement which is now on foot ma
terializes. Prof. C. F. Toennigcs. of
Kock Island, who was known through
the cities while the director of Stras
ser's band of Davenport, will be se
cured as leader. It is proposed to dis
solve the two bauds which are at
present in existence in this city, the
Light Guard and the Marine bands
and then organize in one band, which
would consist of at least thirty pieces.
Theodore Forge rst rom. formerly of
this city, and now residing in South
Dakota, is visiting friends here.
Miss Mary Snallberg. of Essex, la.,
is the guest of Miss Mildred Shallberg.
C. H. Roman, formerly secretary of
the board of education, and whose
headquarters are now in Chicago.
pent Sunday with his family.
At the first study meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
Saturday, a report was heard from
the committee having in charge the
arrangements for the "Mesehian a."
which was presented earlier in the
month by local talent. The receipts
entire were $310, and the expences
$r.).". iit which is included Mrs. Wal
lace's fee of $50, and the net profit
was $12t. Tile society voted to ex
tend thanks to a!) who assisted
towards the making of the "Mescliian
zu" the success that it was. Mrs.
Ituttei-worth tol l of tlx- stale conven
tion at Springfield, and Mrs. ;. H.
Huiitooii was leader of the study
A final meeting of
appointed to canvass
tie striking miners
neui r-unoay evening
t-ided to forward ilu
collected. I f ot her sill
collected they will he
The total amount colh-tei
to slt;:i, much of which has
for a fund for
t th;" c:it was
when it was de-
money so far
tut on later.
tributed by the men 'in the shops. Al
together people subscribed. The
total sum collected w;is $109.34; ex
pense for subscription blanRs. $5.50:
amount sent. .i'H',::.s4. The highest
subscript i; n w as SIO.
Note the sleepy, tired look in your
eyes. The tire of youth no longer
burns. Take Kocky Mountain Tea.
Rrings back forgotten joys. ".5 cents.
T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
ft iiimifirif i a i itu 1
That's the word!
Pis w Ciiuil. rH All Ic duo
I'nerring judgment exer
cised in the selection of ma
terials, hacked by P.hitz melh
od in brewing. 1s the main
factor responsible for Llatz
BLATZ MALI - V I V I N E
At ail Druggists or Dlree-,
Vl auiillrfiriiir Co Mlln'.nk.
DEAI.'DSI.EV A- P.AILEV. Wholesale
Dealers. :.M7 Eighteenth Street. Tel
cphoce ! '2.-,.
11 .- VOU.1JI UlliJl fcIj
AT OM E. II Mv
soothes tk'lr-2:e 35
Charles E. Hodgson,
and heals the dis
ii cures Catarrh
and drives away
ib-ad quickly. It
and Protects 111
stores tile Senses
M . 1
me mj m
American Ins. Co.
Traders" Ins. Co. ,
Union Ins. Co. . . .
Rockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins. Co. .
Newark. N. .7.
New Haven. Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Kockford, 111.
Ollice. room n, Ruford block. Kates
as low as consistent with security.
a Cold in lh.
is absorbed. Ileal i
nf Taste and Smell.
F;di size .Vie, at druggists or by mail.
Trial si.-.e !-. Tty mail.
' ELY RKOTHEKS.
5; Warren street, New York'.
Gennlne stamped C C C Never sold In balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as eood."
For Drunkenness and
ase write us.
tit n i n .-!"T
Nojtce of I nbllcatlon Chancery.
?t,ate)f Iillnols, I
rto.;k Islaud County, l
Id tte circuit court. To the January tt rm
A. D. VMtL
Mat H-uickner vs. Charles Urueckner. In
f h no.ery.
Affldavii of the non-residence of Chvlcs
HruecKner. the aoove Oeferdaot, having be-n
Hied in tbe clerk's oltlce of the circuit
court 1 1 f-aid county, notice Is therefore
hereby ven to ths said non resident de
fendant that the complainant filed hur but
of complaint in said court, on the chancery
a;de thereof, on the 2d day of October, a.
D WC'!, and that ihrreupon a summons Is
suecf out of sai-i court, wherein said suit
is now pending, returnaMe on the tlit
Moudiy in the month of January next,
as la by law required. N"w. unless you.
tre said non-resident defendant above
uau'd, shall personally be and appear
beiore said cirault court on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
hclden at Rack Islaud In .nd f.-r the said
county, 03 the first Mnday in January '
next, and idead. answer or demur to
tne said cwLplalnant's bill of cooiplalnt,
the laxe and tee mafers and things therein
charged and staed will beta! ei as confessed,
ind a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of Sild bill
OeottGB W. Gamble. Clerk.
Kock Island. Illinois. Oct z. lyo-J
W K Moohe, Cou-plainunt's Solicitor.
WILLOW BARK Irnk-
rnr atmcmt cnncss.Mor
TREATMEN1 phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
wnt for literature. DAN VERS, ILL.
i Cures Headache.
X 8k.ll forms of Mata-
rial and Rhei
NO BITTER TASTE.
A Sf.imula.rvt that
i SKl'I EMUER 16, OCTOBER 7-21.
For full information inouire of
II. D. MACK,
'Phone W. 12C8. 210 Eighth St.
tNIVpT TOBACCO SPIT
9KJiy& 1 nd SMOKE
eMili-b" made well, stronsr. tnanrHV f..n n? weeks Btro
that mlkerZ:'0ZJlf'0lP'Prlipan, born
tel. pound. In ten day.. Ovei'BOO OOO
cured. All dmccHot. ..Tff "UP
OM5lrce FREE. Address STB
RKMfcDY CO hicaTO or New York.
He was a native of Mich
there 67 years ago, and
had lived in Davenport for a year.
He was an old soldier and a member
of the post here.
Do N'T Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made onjy by Madison MdN
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keens you well. Our trada
mark cut on each packaga.
A death of yesterday afternoon that
a a. . m j.
is ver3'saa was tnai 01 Miuicoino
Martin, son of A. Vere Martin, of Chi
cago, ami grandson 01 Mr-ana iirs.
E. H.f Whtteomb. The little fellow
was taken to St. Luke's hospital tor
price, 35 cents. Naver sold I an oreration for the relief of a sud-
.. Acceot no subati. I . . . . , , .....
MOaNMTMIIM Ua. AK your OrUggUk ' 1. "."'I'"' -.v "i n-
New Orleans and Ketnrn.
The ('., 15. t. i. will have on sale
ov. 6, 7, 8 and '. tickets to New Or
leans and return at rate of $27, good
to return until Nov. .10, on account of
the annual meeting of the American
Hankers' association. The best train
service to that point.
Low Kates via th Kook Inland-
Homeseekers rates to points north,
west and southwest on Nov. 4 and IS.
One way rates to a number of points
in the south, west and north on Nov
$27 to New Orleans and return Nov
8 "and 9, five hours quicker than any
$31 to California and $.10 to Wash
ington and Oregon during October.
If you are figuring on a trip to Cali
fornia do not fail to call and let us
show yon the different routes we can
sell you. Depot offices, or city office.
1813 Second avenue.
Oat of Death's Jaws.
hen death seemed very near
from a severe stomach and liver trou
ble, that I had suffered with for
years," writes P. Muse, Durham, X.
C, "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved
me and gave perfect health." Best
pills on earth, and only 25 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
V - ,-rm, ,. . j . i'"-----'Ji-.... .-VV'3"i-w1
91 ,'- ' . ;uv'v nvVJ-:'r?-' t':; v ' . '-1
of OnirV'r:;- V-;.'-.? ' Vtf.J V
Cures croup, sore throat, pulmonary
troubles. Monarch over pain of every
sort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
You know the effect
You know the effect of
Combined they make the
Best Tonic known.
rotected by V. S. patents
registered labels, to
imitate is felony. Put up
in bottles only and sold
by liquor dealers and
EdncAta Tour Bwrti Wit h CaacartU.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forerer.
10c, ',., S. fail, arusgiatarcruadmoaaj.
LEJVIBERG & DETLEFSEN, i
Wholesale Liquor Dealers. R.OCK ISLAND. ILL. 1726 Third Ave n vie. X
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