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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1902.
John .Moloney. Kmil Peterson and
Herman Putsch have put a forfeit of
$23 for a husking contest, which will
be shucked off, so to Kenk, in the
cornfield in the rear of the Tri-t'it
Packing eoniany"s plant "next Sim
day. The money will be' divide:!,
to the one husking the most corn.
$30 to the second best, while the third
man will pay for the supjer and re
freshments at the lieviere house.
Some- burglar, or burglars, for the
police believe that there are two of
them, effected an entrance into John
A. Feeney's grocery, on East Third
street, between Perry and Uock Isl
and streets, spme time between Sun
day pight and Monday morning. En
trance was gained by nieuus of a west
rear window. This window was guard
ed by a wooden shutter, which was
first pried open and the window af
terwards. Once in the store it was
easy to reach the cash drawer,
smash out its rear portion, and take
therefrom its contents. $5.23 in cash.
At the cashier's desk stamps and
small change to the amount of $1.15
l)r. YV. F. Turner is wearing his
Tight arm in u sling, the result of a
fracture-sustained near Main and l.o-
Whatever fuel is moot economical, most conve
nient to your hornse, can be lined in a Round Gale
Furnace chunks of wood, soft coal, hard coal,
coke anything that fire will consume. What
ever yon put iu it will nlve moHt heat, because
Hound Ou It Furnaces waste no fuel; burn all the
12 hours with
furnace), and is
rea sona blcln
price. All of the
heat goes into the
house no waste
"- through flues out
side the casing, cblm
neV or tu cellar.
It you Vim t a furimco,
write for the Hound Oak
Furnace book full of
fuel fiu.is, hint on fur
nace regulation, etc.
P. D. BECKWITH,
Do was inr, Mirh.
Maker of Beckwith't JtmmA
Oa. the moc famouM
stove In the uorul.
JtoMnd Oak Fanum are far nuir la
Hock Island bv John T.Xof tsker.
II w, ,11
Brewed ia a plant as cleai as the cleanest home kitchen alwajs open to
your inspeckion 5 8,9 7 1 : visitors last year.
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cure chronic diseases. You must remember that over 60 self-called spe
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them broken promises and failures. Therefore, if you want to insure
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Office, McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street,
DTJ. J. E. WALSH,
eust street Friday nigjit while malt
ing for a ear. His foot caught a car
riage stoop on the curbstone and he
was thrown heavily to the ground,
causing the break. The doctor is
still in practice, however, with his
arm in a sling.
Mrs. Dan Wing, who has been visit
ing her parents'. Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge
V. Cable, Sr., for the past few days,
left for Chieairo yesterday afternoon.
joining Mr. Wing there for n trip to
.Minneapolis, from where tney return
John Amiable arrived home from
the east yesterday afternoon, having
spent the time since the Graml Army
encampment at various piftnts of in
terest. After a visit of a few days
here he expects to leave for Omaha
to live with his daughter, the death
of his wife last spring having broken
up hi.s home here.
Word has reached Davenport an
nouncing the safe arrival at Ham
burg, on board the steamer Columbia,
Thursday evening, of Mrs. .lohn Ahr
ens, wife of the proprietor of the
Washington garden, and her daugh
ter, Hilda. The twain are now visit
ing with the mother of Mrs. Ahrens.
who resides near Hamburg. - V
James Patterson and Charles Mil
ler, the men arrested Saturday night
and most of the smoke; keep fire
wood, 24 hours with coal. The
Is solidly constructed and is airtight (the
-jM biwoh vices 'vi
Roand Oak Fainami
with outer caattiK removed.
on the charge of assaulting August
liargholtz, the .keeper of a shooting
gallery on" East Second street, were
brought before Magistrate Finger
yesterday, accused of the crime of
assault with intent to do great bodily
injury. Miller was alleged to have
cut Mr. ISargholU severely on one of
the arms. The two, men pleaded guil
ty to assault and battery and were
sent to the county jail for 30 days. .
A floater was found in the river six
miles from the city, near Peterson's
island, yesterday afternoon. A boy
saw the body and towed it to shore.
Constable Kumsey took charge of the
remains and had them removed to
ftunge & Petersen's undertaking shop.
lAvherc the inquest was held this
morning. The body is that or a
young man 28 or 30 years of age, live
feet six or seven inches in height,
weighing about 160 pounds; black
hair, wore a black shirt with white
stripes, and two pairs of trousers. It
is thought the body may be that of
an employe of the Eckhardt Ice com
pany, who has been missing here and
from hi.s home in Clinton for nearly
Justice J. S. Altmau yesterday per
formed the marriage ceremony for
Al Jameson, of Springfield. 1U., and
.iss Callie Clark, of Itloomtteld.
A remarkably close call to an acci
dent occurred about 10 o'clock yes
terday morning on Third street be
tween Main and Urady streets. A
middle aged lady was alighting on
Main street from an east bound ear.
.lust as she stepped one foot on the
pavement, but before she had releas
ed her hold upon the handle of the
car, the signal was given to go ahead.
As she was facing west the motion of
the car would "have thrown her on
her face had she not retained suffi
cient presence of mind to keep her
hold on the handle. She was dragged
nearly half a block before the train
men discovered her position and
stopped the car. When the car came
to a standstill she released her hold
and fell to the pavement, but imme
diately gained her feet again and
with the remark that she wasn't hurt
she walked away.
V. J. .Taffruy, general agent of the
Prudential Insurance company, re
ceived a telegram from tiolt, Ontario,
Canada, stating that his mother, Mrs.
William .laffray, had died very sud
denly. There were no particulars,
and the sad news came as a great
shock to Mr. Jaffray, for his mother
had not known a sick day in her life
so far as he could remember. Mr.
Jaffray left last evening for Ontario.
llnvenporf District court. No. 251.
met in social session at 4. he home of
.. V. Stafford last evening. The fol
lowing officers were installed. Past
Chancellor Abbie McCnll acting as in
stalling officer: Worthy chancellor.
W. V. Clifford; vice chancellor, Annie
Frank; recorder, W. S. Lancaster;
treasurer. Theodore Michly; chap
lain, Mrs. Higgins; conductor. Mrs.
Mabel Khmer; directors, Francis
Frank. William Cliverstone and Dr.
DeArmoncl; medical examiner. Dr. ,1.
A. DeArmond. The court will hold its
next regular meeting at 719'. West
Second street, Wednesday, Xov. 12.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
trains daiV .
Only through car line to Asheville,
N". C, Queen & Crescent rout and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
The C, li. & Q. will have on sale
Xov. 4 and 18 very cheap one-way as
well as round trip rates to Colorado,
North Dakota, South Dakota, Arkan
sas, Indian Territory, Louisiana, .Mis
souri, New Mexico, Oklahoma and
Texas. Inquire of any Ct B. & Q.
agent, or 'phone 1599.
New Ortoaai ud Retarn.
The C, B. cc Q. will have on sale
Nov. 6, 7, 8 and 9 tickets to New Or
leans and return at rate of $27, good
to return until Nov. 30, on account of
the annual meeting of the American
Bankers association. The best train
service to that point.
' For a Had Cold.
If you have, a bad cold you need a
good reliable medicine like Chamber
lain's Cough, Remedy to loosen and
relieve, it, and to allay the irritation
and inflammation of the throat and
lungs. The soothing and healing prop
erties of this remedy and the quicl
cures which it effects make it a fa
vorite everywhere. Fpr wale by all
Shake Into Your Shoe.
Allen's Foot-Ease, av powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and , instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, Cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 25 e in
stamps.- Trial package free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmstead, Le Boy,' N. Y.
The , committee on subscriptions
for the purpose of purchasing Warr
hall as u home lor the Moliue Young
Men's Christian association is meet
ing with success iu its endeavors and
reports that $..(MK has already been
pledged for the work. Encourage
ment is met with on every hand and
it is a question of but a few week
when the necessary amount will all
be subscribed and the transfer can
C. D. Velie was in the city Saturday
from Minneapolis and inspected the
new Velie carriage works. In the af
ternoon he left for the Chicago horse
show in company with W. I.. Velie.
and from Chicago they will jr,, easj
to inspect carriage factories in that
part of the country.
Mrs. Fred Holt and daughter have
returned from a fortnight's visit to
Quincy. Mr. Holt also sient a week
ut that point.
Switchman Smith, of the D., 15. I. &
P. N. W. railway, lost the index lin
ger of his rifjht hand in an accident
in the yards yesterday afternoon
about 2:4.'. While trying to make a
coupling the hand was caught and
crushed so badly that the ambulance
was called for and the injured man
taken to Dr. Arp's office, where the
finger was amputated. Smith lives at
142S Twenty-ninth avenue.
Myron Jordan, formerly proprietor
of the Journal, arrived in MolJne
Sunday morning for a brief visit. Mr.
Jordan is on his way to Harrington.
111., to visit his mother, after which
he will return to Denver. In the lat
ter city he is established in a splen
did business, owning a thiril interest
in one of the largest printing, bind
ing and blank book houses in the
west. He enjoys Denver and has
much to say in praise of that city.
Last Saturday evening at S o'clock
Miss Olga J. Pearson and Charles F.
Hoffman, both of this city, were mar
ried at the parsonage of the Swedish
Lutheran church. 15ev. C. A. Ilemborg.
of that church, officiating. The at
tendants were Miss Madie Holtz and
J. W. Leisure, also both of this city.
After the ceremony the party left for
the bride's home near Uock river,
where a wedding supper was serxed.
Last Saturday evening the fair un
der the auspices of the Agatheriau
society closed and it proved to be the
most successful fair they have ever
given, both financially and otherwise.
All the prizes were disposed of in the
evening-. Father Kelly states that the
proceeds will be a great deal larger
than last year, when they were $1,400.
' Mrs. Christ Strangard died last Sat
urday evening nt 6 o'clock, after a
four months' illness with Hright's
disease. She was born in Denmark
Dee. 2S. 1S61, and came to Moline in
1SS.". She leaves besides her husband
six children. The funeral was held
from the house at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, interment being at Hartzell
Fifty nine saloon licenses have just
been issued by City Clerk Carlson for
the half year beginning Oct. 21. There
are but few changes in proprietors,
except where the brewing company
in possession 'has placed a new man
in charge of some particular saloon,
and no changes in locations. The fact
that no new saloons have been opened
is due to the new saloon ordinance
which makes it practically impossi
ble to open a new- place ofbusineis
where no saloons exist. This ordin
ance was Mssed by Mnyir Wessel's
council in the spring and under it it is
necessary to secure consent of the
frontage for 75 feet on either side ot
a proposed location of a saloon and
l.0 feet frontage opposite. This or
dinance practically confines the sa
loons to their present locations.
Mrs. F. V. Could and Miss Could
will entertain at euchre next Satui
Morris Geismar, who has returned,
as noted last week, from the moun
tains, looks as though he had never
needed to go away, lie went west on
the Canadian Pacific to Washington,
where he was in the mountains some
weeks regaining' his health., and he
returned by way of the Hock Island's
Kl Paso route. Despite numerous
reports to the contrary, he is still
numbered in the ranks of bachelor
hood. Lawrence A. Wynn. the well-known
piolder, died Sunday evening at C
o'clock at the home of his father,
Patrick Wynn, 1323 Sixteenth avenue.
Death resulted from a complication
of diseases, stomach trouble prevail
ing, though he had not been well for
the last t.wo years. Mr. Wynn was
horn Dec. l6, 1861, and for 27 years
had beeiyfollowing the molding 4rade.
lie was employed by the Union Malle
able and moved with that company
to East Moline, where he lived until
four weeks ago, and then was remov
ed to his father's home. He leaves a
wife and son aged 13, besides his fath
er, mother, three brothers pnd.four
sisters, to mourn their loss. The fu
neral takes place tomorrow morning
at St. Mary's church at 0 o'clock.
Has a strancre, mysterious influence
on the human system. Brings person
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stamina. It charms the human mind.
That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will
do. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
BAEOU AND HIS WIFE
KISS AND MAKE TJP AGAIN
An eccentric baron is better than
no haron at all. it seems. At least
Mrs. Oto von Sehaezler thinks so.
She was formerly Mrs. Irdix Smith of
Davenport, and she and the baron for
merly lived in that city.
The baroness decided Saturday to
ret urn to her lord and master, and
the divorce suit which has been at
tracting the curious to Judge Chy
t rails court in Chicago was dropped.
Walking arm in arm from the court
room the woman who has already
figured in four divorce suits and the
titled husband against whom she hail
made the bitterest of accusations
seemed as happy as if they had never
exchanged a frown.
The terms of the truce are not
known, but it was unnounced that the
couple would sell their home iu West
Crossdale ami occupy a flat in Chi
cago. Judge Chytrans, it is said, in
duced them to patch up their troubles
n lid go homo.
in her testimony on the stand the
baroness greatest sorrow seemed to
have been caused by the affection her
titled spouse lavished on his New
foundland dog. There will be no room
in the flat for the dog perhaps.
Nov. ::. Hubert Zips to Amelia Sla
ter, e'a lot .'!. block IS, Old or Original
Town of Stephenson, now city ot
Koek Island. $1.
Mary T. Zips to Air.' lia Slater. eL
l t 3, block IS, Old or Original Town
of Stephenson, now city of linck bl
Louisa Bligh to Anna Zip;; and
Amelia Slater. e" lot X block is. oh
or Original Town of Uock Inland, $1.
Sarah A. Lawson to James Howes.
io. :jw. $i.
Kli.a Curtis to James Howes, w
ne4 23, 10. ?,v. $1.
Peter F.tzel to Anna M. Jensen, n :.'
feet lot 22. and s 15 feet lot 23. Wealh-
erhead's add.. Ko'ek lland. SI. 32.1.
James W. Atkinson to Isaac Barn
house, n 00 feet lot 0. block II. 1-Mge-wood
Park, Hock Island. $0:.t.
John Youngberg to Monro Kbi. lot
11. block l.VI. Fast Moline. $4.4.
Francis M. Sinnet to Laura K. Wil
son. ii 20 feet lot 0. block :i. Shmet's
add.. Hock Island, .100.
Ira K. nines to Harry B. Adams.
lot I. block 3. Twenty-first add.. Hock
The Kent Remedy fur Croup.
From the Atchison (Kans.) Daily
Clohc: This is the season when the
woman who knows the best remedies
for croup is in demand in every
neighborhood. One of the most terri
ble things in the world is to be awak
ened in the middle of the night by a
whoop from one of the children. The
croirp remedies are almost as sure to
lie lost, in case of croup, as a revolver
is sure to be lost in case of burglars.
There used to lie an old-fashioned
remedy for croup, known as hive syr
up and tolu, but some modern moth
ers say that Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy is better, and does not cost
so much. It causes the patient to
"throw up the phlegm" quicker, and
gives relief in a shorter time. tiive
this remedy as soon as the croupy
cough appears and it will prevent the
attack. It never fails and is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by all
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