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TiLE ABaUSrFRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1H03.
Long List of Cases in Circuit
Court Disposed of by .
MANY OF THEM STEICKEH
Dicinisaalx by I'lalntifTH and De
fault, in Older lu-
dudfte (;t has entered orders in
the 1 lllow it
company, ass-uinpsit ;
Doithca A. JVrg.-ton .s. S. V. Odell,
assumpsit; dismissed by plaintiff.
I'nited Hr'wcries compa n v s. Chris
I)i nalieo, assumpsit ; by agreement of
parties. judgment for plaintiff for $100
(. Craig vs. lMna Kcrr-Crainp-ti
ii, appeal from county court; dis
missed by plaint ill'.
(i. ('. Craig vs. II. !'. Washburn, tres
pass; dismissed bv plaintiff.
C. 11. Hoar and V. 11. Hoar vs.
Modern Woodmen of America, assump
sit; dismissed by plaintitT.
The Pci pie, rx rel.. 'William Kale, vs.
Ti'-City Kailway company. pio war
ranto; disiuisi d by plaintiff.
Walter .lohnso'n vs. Tri City Kailway
r.mt!inv; ciisc: course f action set
tled and suit dismissed at defendant's
(ienrge t'rit'in vs. Tri-City Kailway
ct m pa u y, ease; course of 'act ion set
tled .-.ml suit dismissed at defendant's
Mary Del.ong. ad.nini-1 rat rix of es
tate of .lames Klincr Itel.ong. deceas
ed, s. Davis ei mpany. eae: suit dis
missed by agreement at cost of de
fendant. I'riii n lee Coal company vs. Chris
Sehleuter, assumpsit; judgment for
plaintitT i f $2!0.03 and costs.
Union Ice & Coal company Chris
Sehleuter and Arniina Sehleuter, as
sumpsit;' judgment for plaintitT for
$111-1.26 and costs.
Ann O'Pfien vs. .lames Fleming-, ut
tachment; judgment for $151 for
plaintitT and special executor appoint
ed for property 'attached.
Charles Schneider ' and Julia A;
Schneider vs. George Schneider et al.
assumpsit; judgment for plaintiff for
$2,253.10 ami costs.
I End of Receivership Caae.
Moline Wagon conipany vs. Mutual
Union Fire Insurance conipany, bill
for appointment of receiver; stricken
Mabel .1. Hill ct al. vs. John .1. .Tos
lin et al., partition; stricken front
Uock Island Savings bank vs.
.Klisha I. Uewiolds. et al., forelosure;
stricken from docket.
Moline Slate Savings bank vs. .1. S.
Kcater Lumber company, ct al., for
elosure; stricken from doeket.
Sadie P. Wylie. et al.. vs. Hiram .
Andrews, et al., partition; stridden
Pluck Hawk Pudding Loan and Sav
ings association vs.Iohn Kntler, et al.."
forcch sure; dismissed at plaintiff's
(iiistaf W. Sjoldad vs. .lohn C. Young
and Henry McCarty, bill; stricken
Dorothea F. llcrgstrom vs. Stephen
F. Oilell, -redocket; stricken from
In matter of guardianship of Leo
nard L. Picketts and Maude M. Kiek
etts, petition .of guardian to sell real
estate; stricken from docket.
Home Puilding and Loan association
vs. Charles W. Kirkland. et al.. fore
closure; stricken from docket.
Home Puilding and Loan association
vs. ("eorge W. Walker, et al., fore
closure; stricken from docket.
Anastasia Murphy vs. Matthias
Sehnell. bill: referred back to master
to report his conclusions on law and
Ii. H. Pedecker vs. .1. A. l'cttifcr. et
al.. creditor bill; stricken from dock
et. ' ;i
Home Pudding and Loan association
Her foit looks two sizes smaller
than before she bought her shoes
of DOLLY HKOS., anil still she has
more comfort than ever before in
Why? I!cca:i.-e their lasts are
IIYCIIINIC, and fit without a wrin
kle. Come in and we will
explain our System,
X TriT T V XIDAC FOOTFITTERS
4 U VSJBUJL 1 JLJ&X1V?t 307 TWENTIETH ST. J.
Telephone Union 721
Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50 .
508 Brady Street, Davenpor. la. 4-
Tefephone North 6381 I
Pay You to
Look at them
T5he Shoe Man
If that old hat of your looks worn and
shiny. Take it to the
UNION HAT MAKER
224 Seventeenth St. Rock Island.
He will make it look like new. Straw
and Panama hats cleaned and
Sr3 Work Satisfactory Or No Charge.
r.romley vs. Ceorge Prom
vs. Clara It. M. Kastner et al., forclose
ui e; stricken from docket.
.1. 1?. Wheelock et al.. vs. J. S. Keator
et'al., forelosure; stricken from dock
Lydta Price, et al., vs. J. A. Under
wood, bill; stricken from docket.
ISlack Hawk Home Building Loan
anil .Savings association vs. A. W.
Wadsworth, ct al., foreclosure;
Pdack Hawk Home Building Loan
and Saving association vs. J. C. H.
Kead, et al., foreclosure; stricken.
.7. W. Dressen vs. Atkinson & OloiT,
C J. W. Schreiner vs. Industrial
Home association, et al., lien; strick
en, Minnie Dower vs. John Dower, sepa
rate maintenance; stricken.
(J. 1. Stauduhar vs. Industrial Home
association.et al., lien; dismissed at
Kock Island & Kastcrn Illinois Kail
way company, ct al., petition;
Divorce Salts DUposecl or.
Klizabeth Price vs. Thomas Pric,
Priscilla Condon vs. William Con
don, divorce; stricken.
K. E. Wheelock vs. Ernest liomberg,
et al., foreclosure; stricken.
Conrad Kietch vs. Conrad Schmidt,
et al., foreclosure; stricken.
J. W. .Jones vs. Kobert Johnson, et
al., foreclosure; stricken.
James Smith, et al., vs. Charles
Christy, bill for partnership account
Anna I'icknell vs. Thomas an1
Emma P.icknell, bill to fpiiet title;
John A. (ireen vs. Davenport & Kock
Island Construction company, ct al.,
mechanics' lien; stricken.
Kock Island Savings bank vs. Thom
as H. Johnson, ct a!., foreclosure;
J. F. Kobinson. trustee for O. A.
I'.arnhart vs. Charles A. Phillips, fore
Moline State Savings bank vs.
Thomas C. INuttcr, ct al., foreclosure;
lev. ct al.,
1). Kov Kowlbv is. Charles E
ett, mechanics' lien; stricken.
Kock Island Savings bank vs. Al
bert Fleming, et al.. foreclosure;
John Tindall vs. Joseph Fitzpatriek.
ct al.. foreclosure; stricken.
Moline Building. Savings A- Loan as
sociation vs. William L. AHcn.et al..
Kock Island National bank vs. J. S.
Keator Lumber conipany, redocket;
Kock Island iv Eastern Illinois Kail
way company vs. Kock Island & Pe
oria Hallway company, bill for injunc
Kock Island Peoria Kailway com
pany vs. Kock Island & Eastern Illi
nois Kailway company, bill for in
(o'orge M. McDonald vs. Henry Det
lefs. injunction; stfickeif:" " '
John W. Stewart vs. S. W. Heath,
bill of interpleader; stricken.
Carl J. Midler vs. Anna E. Bkinding
and V. M. Blanding. foreclosure; mas
ter's report of sale and .distribution
Caroline H. Paul vs. Elizabeth Diall
er, et al., partition; master's report of
partial payments approved.
W. W. Harris vs. Charles Apple, et
a I., foreclosure; dismissed by plain
tiff. Henry Schreiner vs. Susan Edging
ton, et al., partition; commissioner's
report approved and decree of sale.
Henry Kuepler vs. Armstrong Had
den. et al.. bill to quiet title; suit dis
missed as to Edward Howe; also de
fendant's defaulted and cause referr
ed to master; master's report approv
ed and decree thereon.'
Next Week" TrUl List.
The trial list for the week com
mencing Monday, Oct. .", is as follows:
Monday Schreiner vs. Munro; Hen
ning Brewing company vs. Schroeder.
Tuesday Anderson vs. Kepublic
Iron & Steel company; (iingles vs.
city of Kock Island, et al.; Marks t.
Wednesday Keed vs. Tri-City Kail
way company; Koester vs. Carstcns;
tiustus vs. Smith; (Justus vs. Smith.
Thursday Thompson fc Knot vs.
Ileinenway, ct al.; Thompson & Knot
vs. Ileinenway, et al.; Thompson A
Knot vs. Henienway. ct al.; Sehnell
vs. city of Kock Island; Holmes vs.
Friday Park vs. McCaffrey; Jamie
son vs. Tri City Kailway company.
General StowcH vs. Spencer; Uni
ted Breweries company vs. Kiess.
Call stopped at Xo. 1)5.
Seven Chancery Canes a Oat.
Commencing Monday next at
o'clock p. in.. Judge (iest will com
mence at No. 70 on the chancery dock
et and will call seven cases each tlay
thereafter until the whole ducket has
been called and will expect the attor
neys to be present during the morning
hour of each day to take some action
in their cases or they will be stricken
from the docket.
J. KNOWLTON IS REPORTED
TO BE ON THE IMPROVE
James Knowlton, who was taken
seriously ill at Peoria while on a visit
with friends there a week ago, is re
ported on the improve. He is being
eared for in a hospital there. It was
at first feared he was in for a siege
of typhoid, but the ph-sicians have
succeeded in breaking the fever, and
it is expected he will be able to come
home in a few days.
W. A. Criibaugh, night clerk at the
Harper, is ill at his home on Fourth
avenue. His place at the hotel is be
ing filled by Kichard Pearee.
Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Holds Annual
TREASURER MAKES HIS REPORT
Showing Healthy 1'lnanclal Condi'
tion Bible Society
Six directors were chosen at the
annual meeting of the Kock Island
Young Men's Christian association
held last eening'at the association
building on Third avenue.
The new directors are: One year,
Fred Titteriiigton; two years, J. E.
Penry; three years, H. B. Hayden, E.
B. McKown, ti. E. Blakeslee and W. J.
The six hold-over members of the
board are: F. A. (Jraves, K. C. Kick
er, E. II. Johnson, Dr. F. II. First, ).
L. Benway and II. K. Walker.
The annual report of the treasurer
showed the association to be in good
condition, meeting its obligations aad
gradually building up.
The annual meeting of the Bible so
ciety was also held last evening.
There was an attendance of about
seventy-five members. The teachers
outlined their work and those present
who wished to take up the work were
enrolled in cl;sscs. The certificates
issued to the graduates of the last
gear's course by the international
bible committee of the association
were presented. During th" evening
there was singing by the association
ipiartet. Ice cream and cake were
To OInerve IIUiioIh liar.
Next Sunday will be Illinois day at
the association and at '!:!() o'clock in
the afternoon A. M. Primer will de
liver -an address on the work of the
association along practical lines. Sun
day afternoon the first regular bible
class will begin the work of the sea
son. Kev. Si dergrcii, of Augustana
college will deliver a lecture on the
subject "Shall I Co to College?"
Itroke Into Ills Hutiae.
S. Le Quinn, of Caxendish. Yt., was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house his trouble was arrested and
now lyVs entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure. :." cents, at Hart. A
rilenieycr's drug store.
!.-.-.- . - -V . " ' . (
Have secured at a threat oxpeuso
tiio service-- uf
Mfojr Inna Virginia Milter,
( nuluate of the Boston Cooking School,
lecturer and demonstrator of c ookery, ,
who will five daily Free demoiiht ration
Monday, Oct. 5
And Continuing For Two Weeks.
You are cordially Invited to Attend
sxnd Bring Yoir Friends.
Remember these lectvires are a.bsolvitely FR.EE.
Arrange your work so you can attend each day's lecture
PROGRAM FOR FIRST WEEK'S DEMONSTRATION LECTURES.
TI KSDAY ...
WK1 INKS DAY
SAT CK DAY' .
FOOD AM) FI LL KCONOMIKS
NFW KMiLAND DISIIKS
Broiled Sausages, Lettuce Potatoes, Tomato Cup Salad, Bulled Salad Dressing.
Pin Wheel Biscuit.
TUESDAY SUBJECT FOOD AND Fl'F.L ECONOMIES
Beefsteak Pie. Potato Omelet. Chess Canapes,
Chocolate Cream Pudding
WEDNESDAY SUBJECT nkw England dishes
Boston Baked Bears, Boston Brown Bread New England Fish Balls, Doughnuts, Sijuash Fauchonnettes,
Chop Feed Paste.
LOG PIRATES VERY BOLD
ON UPPER MISSISSIPPI
Log pirates are becoming more
brave along the river every year and
it is said that there are at least KID
of these criminals in w at work on
the upper rier. Small tows of logs
are taken from rafts in the night and
are towed down the liver to mills
which make a practice of buying logs.
The other night a raft tied up in
the pocket just below Minneiska was
robbe'd of one of its brails and it is
expected that the pirates having it in
tow are c ining down the rier.
The brstil stolen was in t a large
one, although it is ery seldom that
the pirates excr take so many logs
at one time. The log owners intend
to break up the gang if possible ami
all efforts will be made to land the
men who are now cming down the
river. These men trawl with the logs
in the night time and tie up in some
slough during the day.
The packet Marv B-.-ll. which runs
between Clinton and Albany. i st her
pilot by striking the Clinton bridge
Wednesday. The engines refused to
work for some reason just as the boat
approached the bridge and she was
unable to make the draw, which was
The plan of towing coal on the
lower river after the same fashion as
is done with logs on the upper river
by having b th a tow anil bow boat,
has been inaugurated with success.
The big tow boat Sprague. which was
built at Dubuiue and taken past here
last summer, has been given a bow
boat to assist it in its work.
Subscribe for The Argus.
Better Goods for Same Money 3 Same Goods for Less Money
Liberal Credit Cheerfully Extended to Give and All.
Why not decide on your fall outfit now? No use waiting till ths season grows older.
The stock is ideal for easy choosing. All the latest styles are represented in our store.
The beautiful selection makes it interesting for every man or woman that cherishes
quality, style and economy.
Hundreds of men and women have opened accounts in our store. Our goods are
supreme, our prices the lowest, and the terms cannot be equaled by any other house.
Ladies9 Tailor-Made Sviits.
Perfect fitting, pretty shapes, beautifully trimmed, with or
without cape, bell sleeves, blouse effect, jackets with long skirts
in all the leading shades ami materials, taffeta silk or satin lin
ed, all prices from SD.'.ts to -fL'Tn.
Ladies' Fall and Winter Coats
In black, castor or light tan kersey cloth. '27, r0. 32 and up to
12 inches long, perfect shapes, with short capes, velvet or silk
ornaments, silk or the Skinner satin lined, priew, $.0S to $22.
Coats for Misses and Children
That are charming and beautiful. We hare them in :ll shades
and styles light tan. caster, red and pretty blue, with attrac
tive little capes and beautiful trimming, with braid and straps,
full sleeves, various lengths, prices from -ft.'.ts to ?!).0S.
Pattern Hects and Furs.
We can not say enough on this subject. We only ask you that
if you are interested in either a hat or a fur that you do not
fail to see us while investigating; all prices from $2. OS up.
Skirts and Petticoats.
We have them in all shades, all styles and all prices, in broad
cloth, kersey and meltons, silk skirts and petticoats in great
varieties, not a good one missing; all prices from $2. OS up.
Men's Suits R-exdy to Wear.
Our men's suits this fall are supreme among the finest; they
are better made and cost no more than the inferior kind; we
have them in all shades, fabrics and styles, cither single or
double-breasted, plain or fancy weaves, hard or soft finish goods,
all prices from $0.0S to $21.
All lengths, shades and styles, square or long pocket, with the
ordinary style collar or the new shawl collar, with or without
belts, padded shoulders, bx effect, graceful and beautiful; all
prices from $10 to S-'O.
Boys' and Children's
Suits and overcoats that we are proud of. as we always make
a strong effort to carry the largest line and give the be-t val
ues in 1 his depart ment. We take great pride in seeing the little
folks dressed well in garments that are nobby an 1 neat, as it
teaches them to take care of their clothing. We haw them in
all styles, shades, cpiality, and prices from $2.. up.
Clothing Made to Order.
We have gained great popularity in this department. We posi
tively guarantee to make you a suit to order, as good as any
tailor can make it for you. and saw you from $." to $K on it.
You see. we do not depeiwl entirely upon this department to
cover a'l expenses the same as the merchant tailor does.
'A fne rejection, of woolens to choose from. Suits made to or
der from $1S to $25.
321 $DZiuenfieth JT t. RocC Island.