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THE ARGUS, 3IOXDA.Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1902.
HEIDER NAMES AIDS
C. A. Seaholm and E. E. Rey
noldsAre New Deputy
ALD. WESTBAT AN APPOINTEE ALSO
lie and Supervisor Carey Become
Couit Deputies Take Up Du
ties Next Month.
Sheriff-elect V. George lieider to
day announced the appointment of
the following' corps of assistants who
vill take up their oflicial duties the
first Monday in December:
Deputy Sheriffs Charles A. Sea-
holm, Moline; K. K. Reynolds, Driiry
Court Deputies R. IS. Olmsted, Mi
Ian; . R. Carev. Hampton; Frank
West bay. Rock Island.
Turnkeys Elmer Heck, Moline; F
O. Ijarson, Kock Island.
Continue la Sitme PuHitlonn.
Of the new appointees Messrs. Olm
sted ancl Larson will merely continue
in the oflices thev have held under the
Cralle administratiin. Mr. Reynolds
who is to become deputy sheriff, is
now court deputy. W.- R. Carey is su
pervisor from Hampton township,
having held that office for a number
of years, and during the greater part
of that time he has been president of
the board. Mr. West bay is' alderman
from the First ward in Hock Island.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Tuesday, with probably
showers; colder tonight.
J. M. SHEKIER,
Temperature 7 a. in. 49; at
Stoves at Wileher's. .
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns!
Buy a home of lleidy Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Sienion.
Union made shoes at Battles,
llomes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
For real estate and insurance,
McCabe's will shoe you this week
for $1.."0. Bead ad, pajre ".
Free lessons in embroiilerv all this
week at Voting : McCoinbs.
Free lessons in embroidery all this
week at Yoiinir & .icCoinbs.
Those ladies' tennis yowns will not
last lonfr at cents at McCabe's.
Tuesday at 4 p. in., best tenuis flan
nels fi'i cents a yard at McCabe's.
Just one chance at those ladies
walkinir and dress suits for $10, say
Cleanintr, pressing. repairing1 and
dveiner. New Pnnitfiritiin. Club, l'.09
Bargains in abundance at McCabe's.
It pays to read the advertisement and
explore the store.
1 he I'ort I.y ron Ignite company now
has a trood supply of H urrieane coal on
hand. Telephone west 1001.
Dr. I. B. Funis, physician and snr
peon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, :;o::2 Twentieth street.
The O. E. S. social circle is to meet
with Mrs. David Donaldson, 1109
Fourth avenue, at 2:'.',o tomorrow af
ternoon. Those millinery barpains at Mc
Cabe's will crowd the department $3
hats for C2 cents; ."() cent hats, 10
cents, etc. Bead a I, patre 5.
In the circuit court this afternoon
the ease of Aaron (iamble, indicted
for rajie. was bepim. (iambic's alleg
ed victim is a 10-ycar-oM pirl.
Keep eool! We furnish ready mon
ey quickly and privately on furniture,
pianos, horses, wapons. etc. Fidelity
Boan Co., :;s Mitchell & Lynde block
Mat tie Conrad was removed last
veninp from her home at Seven
teenth street and Fourth evenne to
i-t. Anthony's hospital in the city am
bulance. While the Bock Island National
bank bull'linp is being- remodeled the
entrance to Emip's tailor shop and
Walker's real estate office will be on
A millinery scoop at McCabe's up
to $1.50 hats, .'50 cents; up to $3 hats.
62 cents; ladies' fine walking- hats. 97
cents, etc., etc. All new and stylish.
There'll be a rush for these.
Here you are 10 cents to 20 cents
for dress poods, worth from 98 cents
to $2J50 a yard. Bead McCabe's ad
vertisement carefully and fall right
in line for an early pick Tuesday.
Richard- Warwick, local manager of
,the Postal Telegraph company, went
A wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
to Clinton, Iowa, called by the death
of his father, David Warwick, who
died at that place after an 'operation
S. (iellerraan & Bro. have moved their
dry poods and notion store from 619
Sixth street to 1120 Seventh avenue
and will be known to the people ns
the Grand Leader Dry (ioods
The Odd Fellows of Sherrard Satur
day evening passed through the city
on a spcial train of four coaches en
route to Moline, where the lodge of
that city initiated a Iartre class of
We are now prepared to d all kinds
of carpenter jobbing from sidewalks
and fences to the finest furniture ra
pairinp. Wooden patterns a special
ty.' Call or drop a card to No. 501
The finance committee of the board
of supervisors met at the courthouse
this afternoon for the purpose of con
siderinp the advisability of niakinp
chanpe in the form of the financial
statement of county affairs annually
At a incetinp Saturday afternoon
the board-of directors of the V. M. C
A. accepted the rcsipnation of X. AY
lohnstone as physical director of the
institution. IVndinp the selection of
another incumbent the position will
Miss J'rvor. chiropodist, cures
corns, bunions and ingrowing nails.
Ilairdressing, manicuring, facial mas
sage; scalp treatment a specialty.
All work done at your residence. Best
city references. Address Xo. 204
'1 hird avenue.
I'rof. C. L. Krantz, instructor in the
business department of Aupustann
collepe, is at present an inmate of St
Anthony's hospital. An attack of ncr
vous prostration came on him early
in the week, and he is still laid up.
thouph he is said to be doinp nicely,
In addition to his duties in the busi
ness department he is also instructor
in cornet and wind instruments and
lender of the first and second collepe
rhere was an exciting runaway at
Second avenue and Nineteenth street
Saturday aft ernoon. A horse belong'
ing to C. B. Whcclan and hitched to si
buppy, broke loose from in front of
his undertakinp , establishment and
ran west. In attemptinp to turn
south on Nineteenth street it ran in
the iiorse and buirtrv of M. M.
Bripgs. Mr. Bripps' horse was thrown
down upon the sidewalk and his bup
gy was damaged. Mr.Whcelan's horse
ami rip came out unscathed.
Yesterday a party cons
ting of t 1mm
Misses Amanda Nelson, Mary l'alm-
tiist, Jenny Freeman, llildur Carl
son, tarrie Peterson, Marie buudblad.
I Manda Nelson, Miss Ilvnes and Mrs.
Swanson. and the Messrs. Emil Peter
son, Carl Osterman, Alfreil Swanson.
Fred Peterson. Clark Swanson and
Bonis Olson went to Orion to attend
continuation services In the beautiful
Swedish Lutheran church just erected
at that place. It was the first service
held in the church. The visitors wcr
the puests of Miss Amanda Nelson
while in Orion. '
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
Feet Feet feet
14 3.4 to 2
12 c:i H:l
U 3 2 to. 1
18 2 0.1
15 3 2 t I
10 1.8 0 0
15 3 3 till
2 4 0 0
15 4 6 -0 3
SO 10.6 t M
Piatrie du Chien ...
Des Moines Kapidg.,
The Buth, Stella
came down and the
Swain went north.
The stape of water was 3.2.1 at a.
m. and 3.:;0 at noon. The tempera
ture at. noon was 45.
AT THE HARPER HOUSE
And Will Permanently Locate Her.
Dr. II. M. Sherman, the popular
peneral travelinp apent, representing
the western apeney of the Aetna Lin
Insurance company, of Hartford.
Conn., has been appointed resident
manapcr of the accident and health
department of the Aetna at Bock Isl
and and Moline. The doctor has been
with us three weeks and clone a won
derful business in writinp the Aetna's
twentieth century combination acci
dent and peneral health policies
which is conceded to be the best
health and accident policy written by
any company in the United States.
Some llargMlnii to Ite Had at the Plymouth
Shoe and Men'n Fnrntntilng Compa
ny. 30M Twentieth Street.
Some bargains to be had at the Ply
mouth Shoe & Men's Furnishing- Co.,
::oh Twentieth street:
Our shoes are made and shipped di
rect from our own factory. All Ply
mouths arc guaranteed to save you at
least 20 per cent. All we ask is a
trial. Call for the Plymouth shoe.
We also carry a line of boys shoes,
same make. Look at these prices:
Men's box calf bals, equal any $1
shoe, for $3.50.
Men's box calf bals, equal any $3.50
shoe, for $3.
Men's box ealf bals, equal any $3
shoe, for $2,500.
We can pave you 50 cents on every
pair of working shoes.
Lack in Thirteen
By sendinp 13 miles William Spirey,
of Walton Furnace, Vt., pot a box of
Bncklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly
cured a horrible fever sore on his
lep. Nothing- else could. Positively
cures bruises, felons, ulcers, erup
tions, boils, burns, corns and piles.
Only 25 cents. Guaranteed by llartz
& Ullemeyer, druggists.
CITY IS INTERESTED
In Mississippi Improvement Con
vention to Be Held at
DELEGATES PEOM THBEE CITIES
Mayor and Club and Merchant
Presidents Move in the
Bock Island should be well repre
scntcd at the waterways convention
to which reference has been made m
The Argus, that is to be held Wednes
day and Thursday of this week at
Quincy. Every city and town of any
coiiseouence on the upper river is to
be represented. Davenport ami Mo
line will appoint delegates at meet
nips to be held this evening, tertam
ly Bock Island is as much interestcc
in the improvement of the upper river
and its tributaries as Davenport and
more so than Moline, and a larpe
delegation of representative business
men and shippers should be named
To Select Delegate
This afternoon Mayor Knox, Presi
dent Medill. of the Bock Island Club
and President Kinirsbiirv. of the Be-
tail Merchants association, are in
conference for the purpose of select
ing a suitable delegation to represent
NEW SOLICITOR FOR
THE MILWAUKEE ROAD
W. i. Johnson arrived in tin
city today to take the position of so
licitor for the Milwaukee road loft
leant by the promotion of S. X
Baird to a division npeney at Du
buque. Mr. Johnson will cover Bock
Island and Moline, with headquarters
in tins city, tie was formerly wnn
the Kansas City Southern at Kansas
it v. His family w ill remove here
The Chicago, Bock Island & Pacific
railroad has purchased from Sarah ,!
Howard a tract of 13 acres of land on
the Calumet river for $i:;o.!Ho. Tin
land has a frontape of J.'.MMl feet on
the river. It comprises f('x775 feet
it the southeast corner of One Hun
d red and Sixth street ami Carondolet
avenue and 475x250 feet at the north
west corner of One Hundred and
Kiphth street and Carondolet avenue.
General Supt. F. C. Bice, of the I'.ur-
Iinpton. passed throuph the t-ity this
morning in his private car.
Overcome at Work. (
Miss r lorence Stephenson, who is
mployed as candy maker at W. L.
anserfs factory on Kiphtccnth
street, was overcome by heat while
at work this attcrnoon. She was re
moved in the city ambulance to her
imo, i-l Eleventh street.
Cards have been received in this
city announemp the marriape of Dr.
Thomas L. Foulds and Miss Mamie
rowc. The ceremony was performed
it Alton, 111., Oct. Dr. ami Mrs.
Foulds will be at home in that city
ifter Nov. 10, at Second and Alby
streets. Bock Island friends of the
couple will extend their congratula
tions. Notice to Men
You need a suit or an overcoat for
this fall or winter; why don't you po
win-re you pet the accommodations?
We make suits and overcoats and
rousers from the best of woolen
poods; we also guarantee a first class
tit, and the latest style; all von have
o do is to pay $2 a week. We also
mploy union tailors, (live us a trial
ind'we will pive you the very bes
satisfaction. Call at "07 Brady street.
room 0, Davenport, Iowa.
Place your order with us and get
the purest and richest ice cream in
the tri-eities. 'Phone West 12-11. Tri-
City Milk & Butter company, Kock
A Thank. (tlvlnsr Dinner
Heavy eating is usually the first
cause for indipestion. Bepeated at-
acks inflame the mucous membranes
lininp the stomach, exposes the
nerves of the stomach, producing a
swelling after eating, heartburn,
headache, sour risings and finally
catarrh of the stomach. Kodnl re
lieves the inflammation, protects the
nerves and cures the catarrh. Kodal
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, all stom
ach troubles by demising and sweet
ening the plands oi the stomach.
Harper House Pharmacy, A. J.
Bicss' drug store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Warning, Warn In r-
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and , Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
news all the time Th
HINTS FOR FARMERS
Crneltr In Killing IIorb.
Wnen hog killing time comes three or
four men and boys and perhaps a yelp
ing dog will lay. siege to the doomed
animal and with much ado will catch
and throw the beast, which meantime
rends tho air with his squealing as
though crying lustily for mercy, and
when at last the knife has been driven
home and the arteries severed all at
once the quietness of death prevails
the hog arises, totters awhile, ghastly
blood pouring from the wound; the
animal gets weaker and . weaker and
tin ally tumbles over and gives his last
dying kick.. The man's wife and chll
dren and perhaps some of the children
of the neighborhood have been silent
but horrified witnesses of the direful
scene. Now, is not this a delightful
picture to present for the inspection of
women and children?
A merciful way to kill a hog is to
strike it In the head with a suitable Im
plement, producing stupor, theu in
stantly use the sticking knife. This
causes instant death. An animal suf
fers more from fear than it does from
ceath Itself. A neat, unobjectionable
method is to drop the open side of a
suitable lonp, narrow box down over
the animal and then turn box and ani
mal upside down, when the knife can
do its work and the box be righted
again, that the hog can bleed out prop
erly. Humane men will be apt to pur
sue one of these better methods. In
deed, many of them do now, but If
they will not they should be thoughtful
enough to have children absent from
hog killing that no evil be done by bad
example. Practical Farmer.
Testing Wheat Vnrlle.
The Ohio experiment station during
the past ten years has tested thirty-
four differently named varieties of
wheat. The Pouquite's Velvet Chaff
is used as a standard by which to test
the yield, and every third plot is sown
with that, and as the yield rises above
or falls below that the productiveness
and the value tire estimated. During
the ten years' test the Mealy has made
the best showing, having had an aver
age yield of four and an eighth bush
els per acre greater than the Velvet
Chaff. The Poole. Red Russian and
Harvest King are decided to be the
same variety, and they have ranged
from three and one-thirteenth to three
and three-quarter bushels better than
the Velvet Chaff, the Gypsy three and
three-quarter bushels better and Early
Bipe three and a half bushels better
than Velvet Chaff. Yet they class
the Toole next to the Mealy, perhaps
because it has been longer tested or
because It stands up better than the
Gypsy or Early Ripe.
A Hint o the Wine. .
How deep is the manure in the feed
lot? But you can't tell until it rains
and you have to carry some rocks and
place them throe or four feet apart
from the gate to the bam door. This
Is as it is on hundreds of farms, but
not as it ought to be. If the feed lot
is on a hillside, heavy rains may wash
thfs manure away and deposit it in
the ravine at the foot of the slope.
thus leaving the lot comparatively
clean. This saves the labor of hauling
it out and spreading it on the field.
There Is another saving connected
with this disposition of the manure.
The field crops will be much lighter to
haul and will require less house room
for storage, and the part that will
have to be sold for cash to pay state
and county taxes will bring loss mon
ey, and "money Is the root of all evil,"
you know. Farm and Ranch.
It Is not many years since we first
saw the Palmetto asparagus roots ad
vertised, but they sell now ns cheaply
as the older varieties and are claimed
o have two advantages. They are
propably the earliest or first to send
up stalks of market slr.e In the spring.
and they are said to be not rust proof.
but less subject to rust than the others.
Those who Intend to set plants or sow
the seed next spring will do well to
try this variety. American Cultivator.
A little air slaked lime dusted over
the potatoes as they are put in bins,
barrels, boxes or in heaps on the cellar
lloor will prevent decay. The lime has
a purifying effeet, absorbing the mois
ture, and keeps them sweet, dry and
fresh. Five cents' worth of lime will
be sufficient for twenty bushels.
Ite With Weeds.
The imnortnnt difference between the
Intensive and the extensive farmer is
the former keeps his soil busy all tho
year round and the latter grows a sin
gle crop and then lets his land rest
until tho iiPit vear because he tloesn t
want to exhaust it; but he lets It ex
haust Itself by producing a crop of
If slims of moth appear on the empty
omlit thev may be fumigated with
burning sulphur and should be placed
in tight boxes.
Italian bees are generally admitted
to be superior to the black bees. They
are better workers and more easily con
Drones and queens are perfectly
harmless- and may be bandied as safely
ss a fly. Queens only use their stings
on other queens.
It is hardly worth while to move bees
for the sake of getting rid of moths.
Vigor and strength are the most relia
Bees yase breeding, almost entirely
at the beginning of winter, and it is
exceptional if any brood comb is found
during that season.
All unfinished comb honey in supers
Mould be carefully removed from the
hives and placed away securely and
kept clean and bright.
OMENS' SHOES 1903 STYLES
r I'iitiiiit Ualr lUuchor I'oblik; Calf
s Top, Military Ihm;, close ede: A very
X dressy and popular style.
G. A. PRICE, Proprietor. 1721 Second Avenue.
PR0CLA MATION- .'.;:
BEST LAUNDRY WORK C3 r- "" .
It's a. Matter of
Vita.! Importance g
To all who regard clean linen as
one of the necessities, to know
that the American laundry is S
regarded by all good dressers as 5
the one place where laundry S
work is done to their supremo
satisfaction. We have the skill, S
the experience and the will to do
our work right and. will guaran-
tee satisfaction. g
American Steam S
Laundry 5 ?
Twelfth St., Firth Ave. Fhoue 1236
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible part of it, leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unbumables. The coal
we hanille both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it- A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
You pay to cent
for Cigars not ao gradate
g csIqucv ancl 3Tahcvof
gweuing ami cccpiicm
1301 gcmvtli ac.
$odi Islaiul, $.
WE ALWAYS HAVE
A large display of fresh fruits
Jinil vegetables. Our stock of
fancy and staple groceries is as
complete as it is possible to
make it. Tomorrow e will
Olery. Green onions.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Kkk l'lant.
Cauliflower. Wax licana.
t-lianisn un'.ou iiioach
Tokav. Malaga and Concord Grapes
quinces and Sweet Ajplcs.
Kaliug and Cooking Apples
Poultry and Fish.
Dressed Chickens. Fresh Fish
Dressed Spring Chickens.
Canned Oysters. Hulk Oysters
1620 Seonl Ave. Phono 1031.
now designs of Chat c
lain and Wrist I'.ags,
1 n rses, Pc k ' t Uoo k s
Card Cast's, Ktc. Also
now goods in
Walrus and Seal
We liave .iu-1 receiv
ed a largo and beau
tiful line of
This class of goods
make useful and t as
ty gifts. We guar
antee all our leather
Manufacturing Jeweler aiu
Quality and make.
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. ttl. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenue.
French CaJf. The latest tiling
down east. Alade on a Hat last. !iich
made and iinisli. See tlielslioe for a(jgj
swell street slioe.
Phone Union 112.
A dainty little Desk, made of
richly polished birch, finished ma
hogany color; 2J inches wide and Ifi
inches deep; lias oue ions drawer,
curved legs and a number of pig
eon holes. A bargain at our No
vember Sale. TP Pn
Prico 3)0. DU
This nictnro shows one eif a linn
E dred Parlor and 15-uro.iin Tables J
. -- - -
tnat are "marked down. It is oak.
with lSxl8-inch top. beautifully
grained. Has four turned legs and
square lower shelf. Regular price
$1.50. November r
Sale Price tplalU
Special in Crockery 3
A Handsome Decorated 1-Atnp.
with Rochester Burner, 24 -in. high.
November Sale fQ jrr
Price CpZa I 0
& Carpet Co,
324-326-32S Brady St, Davenports
is acknowledged to le the lcst for
all bladder and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GRAND HOTEL
oders the lcst accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates and other information
Grand Hotel. Colfax. Iowa.