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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1904.
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nay to jiet my
uiunry ull buck uuil mure
nltb It hjr doing bunl
nrai nilh thin man that
doe just exactly an he
advcrtiaeM, and prlden
bluittelf to have the
home of the clone buy
er and buyn and Helix
and trade more aiecond
band eund than all the
econd hand dealer In
the three cltlrn put to
Kether. Jut thluk, over
r.tril Mlute for Kale or ex
ehanee from 91.UO up.
Complete lied Sprint?
nnd Matt rennet from
ttl.r.O up. Hon when you
want to nell your houne
hold tood or buy houne
hold Koodn. o. ntore your
bounebold tcood. or net
a loan on bounebold
Rood or on nmnll real
cntnte come nnd nee me.
the man that nobody
Solid Ground in
Times of Stress
Is more than desirable it's ab
solutely necessary. With your
heating apparatus the time of
stress comes with cold weather,
and if it's not in condition to
supply an equable temperature
to all parts of the house in the
lowest temperature it's not
worthy your use. 'Twill cost
you nothing for our expert in
spection probably will save you
many dollars in coal bills.
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St. O
All Run Down.
There is nothing better when you
are in that condition than a good J
cordial. But it must be good. We J
pride ourselves on our excellent
Btock of Fine Wines and Liquors of J
all kinds, and if you will only come z
to us when the doctor prescribes,
you will be sure of getting the
JwCOPYRISflT oesl uur puces bib luuic itraauu-
able than you will find elsewhere.
SIMON LEWIS, Market Square. i
Lost in Admirottion.
That Is what you will be If you se
lect your papers from our stock, as we
aim to get the exclusive sale In the city
of the best manufacturers In the busi
ness. We also carry a lartre Hue of Im
ported 1'apera and the bent In domestic
comla. Kven our cheap papers are ar
tistic. Priors run from 3 cents to $20
rer roll. Call and be convinced. We
also carry a full line of mouldings of
410 Seventeenth Street.
John McDonald, for the past IS
years the popular clerk of Cedar camp
M. W. A., has resigned from that po
sition. lr. Mcuonaia s resignation is
a voluntary act on his part. He con
tempiated this move some time ago
but was prevailed upon by his host of
friends to remain and only consented
to do so temporary. Now he has de
cided to live up the duties of the of
Suicide at Walcott.
Coroner Lambach was at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon notified of the sui
cide of William Schwarting at Wal
cott in Scott county. Mr. Schwarting
was a prominent grain dealer and no
reasons are given why he should com
mit self-destruction. He used a rope
to accomplish his purpose and was
dead when discovered. Coroner Lam
bach notified the justice of the peace
at Walcott to hold the inquest.
Tuesday night at the Scott county
infirmary, occurred the death of Dan
iel Sherman, after a long illness, at
the age of Ls years. So far as known
he deceased is survived by no rela
tives. He had l'eu an inmate of the
poor farm for the last two years.
At St. Luke's hospital, where he
has been a patient for eight days, a
sufferer from dropsy, occurred the
death of Ernest Itusch. a Grand
Mound, Clinton county, farmer in the
oCth year of his age. The deceased is
survived by seven children. Henry,
Martin, Louis, Otto, Willie. Mrs. Dora
Fellner and Miss Annie Rusch. The
remains will be shipped to DeWitt via
the C. M. & St. P.. whence they will
be taken to Grand Mound for inter
New Pastor Here.
Rev. Remon. the recently appointed
pastor of the St. John's M. E. church
to succeed Rev. Thompson, arrived in
Davenport today with his family. Rev.
Lemon comes from Lincoln, Neb., and
will preach his first sermon at St.
John's church Sunday morning.
Weds at Iowa City.
Dr. Gorden F. Harkness. of Daven-
ixrt, and Mabel A. Gunsolus, of San
Jose. Cal., were united in marriage at
9 o'clock Wednesday evening at the
home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. W. E.
Shrader. at Iowa City. The couple
knelt at the chancel rail in the parlor
while Rev. D. W. Wylie, of the Pres
byterian church, performed the cere
mony. The bride was given away by
her mother. Miss Ida Beermaker act
ed as maid of honor. The bride and
room left for a honeymoon trip to
Chicago and St. Louis, after which
they will commence housekeeping on
Rusholme street. Davenport.
Engineer is a Hero.
Edwin Mead, an old-time Daven-
porter, for years an engineer on the
Rock Island out of here, has returned
to Davenport and will probably spend
the winter here. It was Engineer
Mead's action in saving a Northern
Pacific train Feb. 15. Iti2. near Nixon,
Mont., that has been the subject of
much comment. Rounding a cure in
the mountains, the engineer saw before
him the rails had been covered by a
landslide. He could jump and save
his life, or stay and save his passen
gers. Jump, and the train would be
thrown from the track to the rocks 80
feet below. Stay, and it might be sav
ed. He stayed, tin1 engine plunged in
to the mass of rock and earth with its
speed checked, and the train remained
on the ledge. The passengers dug the
engineer out of the wreck, and he lost
an arm and had both legs broken, but
maintains that he does not regret his
action. Engineer Mead refused an of
fer of $5,000 from the railway com
pany in compensation for his injuries.
A jury awarded him $25,000, and the
appeal of the railway company is
pending in the United States supreme
tt 'phone 5213.
Old 'phone 721 X.
PAR.IDON SL SON.
419 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 731 X.
H. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
II. B. SIMMON,
Central Trust t Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock 91OO.0OO. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Depoalta.
C. J. Larkln.
J. J. LaVelle.
H. E. Casteel.
L. D. Mudge,
H. H. Cleaveland.
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
H. W. Treman
H. D. Mack.
M. S. Heagy,
II. B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receive.- and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
R. Curtis. Chicago ; S. C. GifCord. city; J
v.. R. Connolly, St. Paul; v.. E. Na-on.
Murcatine: Lo;;i? Fayne, New York:
Charles A. Pintt; N. M. Campbell,
L. J. Tucker, Pittsburg; A. A. Boegs.
Areola; Mrs. R. B. Gould. Cambridge;
George P. Waitzfelder; P. B. Carlbery.
A. E. Whitman. J. Clarke Baker. New
York: J. E. Young-. Chicago: F. H. Mc
Arthur. Geneseo: N. A. Fit? Maurice.
Chicago; B. Laittord; C. E. Smith;
Sam Silber, Milwaukee; J. C. Hamnes.
S. Lawrence, Frank Clemnions. L. M.
Frank. H. P. McKuight. Chicago;
Francis Bannerman, New York: L. M.
Wurzburger, Frederick Deiid. Chicago:
W. C. Sproul, Rockford; W. G. Barbe.
Chicago: G. .W. Mildeberger. New
York; W. W. Newhall. Kansas City;
H. B. Faunshee, Peoria; Mrs. G. E.
West. St. Louis: George C. Otto. Chi
cago; R. T. McGaughay, City; T. F.
Hinds. Utica. New York.
At the Harper A. L. Wellman, Chi
cago; C. C. Crale, St. Ix)uis; C. H.
Hammond. Rushville; Andrew Harring
ton, Galesburg; C. W. Daffings, Daven
port; J. Eisman, Baltimore; George
W. Bryton. J. J. Rosenthal, H. R. Fow
ler. Springfield; J. G. Johnson, Pea-
body; Clark Buckley. New York; L. II
Fitzsimmons, N. R. Stone, J. C. Wet
more. J. A. Raine, William H. Ander
son J. W. Peck. Jr., John Hilten. F. C.
Lathrop. II. J. Hughes. II. J. Hayes.
John Kelly. Julius Towle. Charles E
Smith. M. L. Dublan, C. B. Warnorff.
W. L. Bend and wife, Chicago; J. M
O'Brien. St. Ixniis; J. W. Jones, Day
ton: F. C. Sparks, La Crosse; George
T. Bradley. Philadelphia; Joseph C.
Johnston. M. Schoenwald. Theodore
Salfner, N. O. Heigg. Frederick J
Stanley, New York: M. G. Reynolds.
C. C. Rureromlin. Aledo; Ed J. Brown,
Quiney; Mrs. McWair. Davenport; W.
G. Prichard. Peoria: Harvey J. Hetzrel,
Ralph J. Hetzler, La Moille; J. H.
Beals. Boston; C. C. South. Dunkard;
B. H. Pollock, St. Louis; J. M. O'Don
nell, Brockton;; Andrew Bryden,
Speer; II. C. Porter, Springfield; Hugo
Nathan. Cincinnati; R. W. Gould. Pe
oria; George E. Curtis. Omaha; John
Fairille. Peoria; John Pearson, Cincin
nati; D. Y. C. Foster. Monticello: T.
O. Lovtland. Iowa City; St. Clair
Eastman, Chicago; Frank L. Burnett,
Howard A. Johnson. George H. Muf
fer. Now York: F. B. Flower. Oxford,
O.; J. L. Rhodes. J. R. Fitzgerald,
Cedar Rapids; E. C. Graves, Geneseo;
W. Cummmgs. L. H. Fitzsimmons. Chi
cago; H. M. Shuck, Bloomington; D.
At the Harms. (European) Miss
M. King. New York: Blanche Chap
man. Rose Cooke, Samuel Coit. Will
Archer, Miss Allein, Miss Mansfield,
Miss G. Field, Miss L. Field. Miss Kil
leper, G. C. Hixou, Frank Todd, George
Richards, Miss Dahn, Miss Dahl, Mies
Pitt, Miss Black, William Burress,
"Bird Center" company; L. C. Boun
ning. Miles City; Roy Edwards. Chi
cago; H. W. Burger, Gardner; Warren
Shrock. Chicago; W. R. Stewart, Busli
nell; Phil Beeeher. John Sullin. St.
Louis: John L. Kearney, Miss Dun
more, Miss McAvery, Miss Latten. Miss
G. Latten, Miss Dudley, Miss Irwin.
Miss Johnson. Arthur Miller. E. Oden-
lial. George Broderick and wife. A.
Froom. G. F. Hall and wife. Miss D.
post. G. Wrightson.. "Chinese Honey
moon" company; E. Arndt, Miss F.
King. W. B. Wood. William Bain. H. 12.
Radeher, H. E. Wells, James Thomas,
A. J. Willis. New York; E. II. Briggs
and wife, H. K. Sandbome. Galesburg;
J. Hume, Louisville; R. M. Crissman,
Galena: D. B. Sandla. R. E. Stephens.
W. II. Roberts, G. C. Kofer, L. Schwarz.
S. P. O'Brien. G. P. Williams, A. C. Por
ter, H. P. Merrimann and wife, L. ('.
Mason. G. M. Paulson. N. C. Bliss.
M. A. Bronson, J. M. Rosenlield, P. S.
Bonestcel, S. L. Allison, A. R. Marthes.
C. A. Blish. W. S. Bloomer. W. L. Rait,
C. A. Harris, Chicago; W. H. Berger.
Gardner; J. E. Dabler, Princenton; J.
T. Lunbert. Peoria; M. C. Strange, De
catur; A. J. Lukens. B. E. Bailey. St.
Louis; M. C. Myer, Kansas City; N. C
Maldon, Topeka; G. V. Evans. St. Paul;
G. E. Montgomery, Yates City; James
R. Craighead. Anna; E. M. Stanton
Cedar Rapids: W. H. Penhalligan, De
catur; A. L. Hammes, Monmouth; A. J.
Strong, Mrs. E. L. Williams, Peoria; A.
A. Bechenback, Sandwich; Max Eich-
rnan, St. Louis; H. C. Childs, Minneapo
lis; J. C. Tomilson. St. Louis; M. 12.
Ferguson, Peoria: M. J. Rodgers, S. J.
Wamser, Chicago; M. C. Bliss. New
York: G. A. Burns, St. Paul; P. M.
Cole. Kansas City; J. C. Evans, Evans
viiie. Ind. ; M. E. Burton. Cambridge,
III.; S L. Hardy. Chicago; M. J. Lu
ther. C. E. Bilger, St. Louis; J. II. Co
can. Chicago; Connelly and wife, Frank
Tannehill. G. E. Mack and wife, Mabel
Strickland, Ed Yanderstuch, Jean
Goodrich, New York; O. W. Schaefer.
II. W. Thompson. St. Ixniis; M. C.
Conn. Peoria. 111.; E. J. Henry, Chica
go: Francis King, New York; H. C.
Porter, Springfield ; F. C. Conlin,
Bowling Green; Clayton Legge, New
York; L. E. Stebbins. J. L. Danehow
er. Chicago: E. W. Blumer. St. Ixniis;
S. P. Adams, S. M. Beard. Chicago;
C. J. Ferris, Madison; A. E. Murray,
J. C. Cramer, Chicago; A. J. Haser,
Milwaukee: H. Barnum, New York;
W. E. Edwards, Chicago: F. P. Con
way, St. Ixjuis; H. J. Childs, Minneapo
lis; E. M. Gordon. Chicago; F. J. Ad
ams. St. Paul; B. C. Marker, Chicago.
At the Rock Island, (European)
T. D. Scribner, Clinton: E. P. Loose,
Milwaukee: J. C. Smith, Clarence; J.
M. Love, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs.
Burtress, Canton; T. A. Wood. Milwau
kee; Miss Henry, Miss Simmons;
Thomas Shields; Eva De De, Jennie
Palmer. Addie Allworth, D. Doran ami
wife, F. McCarthy, A. Luther. Joe
Lazro. Nancy Sherwyn, Lucile Spen
cer. "Chinese Honeymoon" company;
Mrs. Ileal.' Peoria; J. G. Glass, St.
Louis; E. B. Sharpe, New York; C.
Cadle, Chicago; F. F. Sexton, Viola;
P. H. Ranson and wife, Atchison; A. R.
Nevins, Otsego; J. C. Seaman. Kan
kekee; J. C. Burgoyne, Andalusia;
Charles George. Cordova; W. Judson,
Chicago; G. Vandergrift, Winona; A.
W. Kelso, Rock Island; W. H. Mason,
Henry; George W. Reed. New Orleans;
George W. Hazel. Chicago; J. R. Pit
ney. Peoria; John Dee, Rock Island;
E. P. Lerch, Geneva; C. A. Wilkelm,
Davenport; M. A. Blood, Miss K. E.
Snow. Miss M. D. Lee, Tiskilwa; F.
L. Wilson, Burlington; J. D. Laskey,
Evans ville; C. H. Hammond, Peoria;
W. H. Kistler and wife. Buffalo: C.
Antonzershi, Chicago; L. Otto, Chi
cago: J. E. West and wife, Des Moines,
J. W. Dunbar. Chicago; E. E. Law.
Sterling; H. S. Jones, Chicago; A. W.
Port, Chicago; H. Schwabacher, Louis
ville. Ky.; H. E. Russell. Louisville,
Ky. ; A. Brand, wife and daughter,
Belleville. Iowa; C. L. Hanson, Janes
ville. Minn.; C. R. Ross, Mansfield,
Ohio; E. B. Allan, Des Moines; W. J.
Bartholmer. Indianapolis; F. W. Pow
ell, city; M. F. Baldwin, Chicago; E.
G. Shields, Chicago; A. Schafer, Ross
vil'e. 111.; Samuel Block. Peoria; F.
Appleman. Aurora; W. Anderson. St.
Louis; C. H. Hamilton. Thornberg. 111.;
W. B. Fallensbee, Peoria; T. F. Hinds,
Utica, N. Y.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you are
looking for a guaranteed salve for
sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd. of
Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklin's Arnica Salve cured me. It'3
the best salve on earth." 2." c;nts at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Cot Your Foe
IX an ordinary soft coal stove, half of the coal arises in gas at.d
promptly goes up the chimnev. When you remember that ca; i;
itself iine fuel, heinc used ;r a1! the laro;c cities tor cooking, hcatin r
and lighting, you realize how much is saved it the gas doesn't escape,
but is held in I lie stove and burned.
Notice in this picture of Cole's I lot Blast how the draft burns the
coal from the top. It discharges a blast of highly heated air over and
through the body of fuel, thus distilling the gas from the fuel, oyd.i -ing
and burning it before its escape up the chimney. That is v.Iiy
Cole's Original Hot Blast Saves Half the Fuel
This patented Mot Blast Draft doesn't work in leaky stoves ar.d
that is one reason why imitations are failures.
It really makes 5, soft coal last as long and burn as nicelv as
hard coal. This wonderful sto e burns anything hard coal, soft coal,
wood, cobs, combustible rubbish anything.
A GUARANTEE GOES WITH IT:
The best dealer in every town gene: ally hnndk: Cole'; Met Dlast. 'r:to the i.al.tr,, COLE M TO. COM
PANY, 3218 S. Western Ave., Chicago, for their auiali!e Un.Ul. t mi Hi -eN ntifie coinbii.-ion of In. !. ;m 1
telling all about Cole's Hot Bla.t. Mail older puivhat-f rs pioterted l.y s-uaraiitee.
Body Taken Home.
The remains of John O'Connor, ac
companied by his mother and brother
David O'Connor, have been taken to
Bloomington for interment. David
O'Connor explained to Coroner Eck
hart that his brother was 2S years of
age, and had been a resident of Bloom
ington most of his life. He was known
to be a drinking man, but had never
been involved in trouble before, and
was of a jovial temperament, even
when drinking. He had been away
from Bloomington of late.
The Shoshones, one of the ten In
dian tribes of the Y. M. C. A. workers
organized a few weeks ago for an in
creased association membership, is
the first to win the right to the enter
tainment offered each tribe when it
reaches a score of 75 on membership.
Five points are allowed in the contest
for each new member secured and two-nnd-i
'lie-half points for every renewal
of membership secured. Ed Pet rain,
capt:rin of the' winning !ri!e. eid (lie
best individual work. securing 3i
May Meet n Moline.
James N'. Fu&uie has returned from
atending the annual reunion of the
n."ith Illinois regiment, just held at Prai
rie City. He reports that the old boys
there were 40 of them present
were well received ami entertained
and that, all enjoyed the occasion im
mensely. Tile ofilh has held two of its
annual reunions in Moline, one eight
years ago and the oilier twelve years
ago, and Mr. Fugate says he proposes
to do all he can to bring the next re
Mere Room For Bank.
The Moline Coal company today
moved its offices from the Chase build
ing to the rooms in the Wessel build
ing, formerly occupied by the Boston
store millinery department. The rooms
in the Chase building just vacated will
be used by the Moline Trust & Sav
ings bank, and plans for the remodel
ing of the first floor of the building
that the bank may have the additional
room will soon be drawn.
the briv-k work and C. C North lias
the contract f. ir the carpent'-r work.!
t" . ..-.', ;rt,-e ;,i Hi i;..j ,.;n ..11. , I
t.ie ill. uu. i. , ui.iaiH ti t in .iiiww ,i
plant capacity of so.ooo brick a day.
but at the start only 20,(i00 brick a day
will be manufactured, and thus the
output will be approximately one man
for every l.Otto brick manufactured
daily, as 20 men will be given employ
ment at lirst, and the force will be
gradually increased to so. the plant
capacity, as fast as the market for
the brick demands. The plant will be
known as the Tri-City Sandstone Brick
Postpone Flag Raising.
Owing to the inclement weather the
Hag raising set for last night in the
first precinct of the Sixth ward has
been postponed till some evening of
next week, the date to be announced
later. The Third ward flag raising
will be held this evening at Fifteenth
street and Sixth avenue. J. B. Oak
leaf has been secured as one of the
L. G. Lybarger died at his home, 333
Fourth avenue, yesterday at 1:30. He
was born in Pennsylvania and was 71
years, and 8 months old and had re
sided in Illinois two years. The re
mains were shipped last evening to
Waukesha. Wis., via the C, M. & St. P.
railroad for interment.
Anna G. M., the 4-week-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, 407
Fourth avenue, died yesterday after an
illness of one day's duration.
Make Brick in November.
J. L. Jackson, secretary and treas
urer of the American Sandstone Brick
& Machinery company, of Saginaw.
Mich., is in the city making final ar
arrangements for the erection of the
brick manufacturing plant which is to
stand on the river front at the foot of
Sixteenth street. Mr. Jackson expects
to have the plant ready for business
about the middle of November. The
main building to be erected will be
of the brick which the company will
manufacture. It will be fire-proof, one
story in height. 70x100 feet on the
ground. There will be separate lime
and coal houses. These buildings will
co;-; in the neighborhood of $f,,roo, and
when the machinery is Installed the
p!ant here wiil represent an outlay of j
more than f 40,000. A. C. Stouffer wilL
7.V THE SUBURBS.
Hamlet, Oct. 20. Aledo visitors last
wek were: Valentine Fuhr and daugh
ters, Lona and Barbara: Hiram Cooper
and laughter, Lula: Silas Turner,
Charles Boyles, Isaac Boyles. Sam
Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cain.
Frank and Jessie Cooper spent sev
eral days last week camping at the
Miss Katherine Bopes was a tricity
Mrs. Mary Reaber is visiting at John
Quite a number from Hamlet at
tended the democrat ie r..!iv Li.i Wed
nesday night in Ab In.
C. 15. Halsiead went io Kock island
Tuesday with a load of apples.
Addie Hoyles was visiting friends in
Rock Island the first of last week.
Miss Ella De Borde was an Aledo
visitor Wednesday of last week. Miss
Maude Swartout acted as telephone
Miss Armenia Crabbs left Tuesday
of last week to attend the funeral of
Miss Edith I.aflin at her home in Brook
James Terry and family visited at
the home of Lester Cooper Sunday.
You cannot get rid of yellow Pkin,
pimples, lusterless eyes, bad breath
with paint and powder. Hollister'
Rocky Mountain Tea cures from with
in. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. II.
Claims, account and informatfoni
vh'ted everywhere. Both 'Phones...
207-209 Brady St., Davenport, la.
Get Our Fre? Book First
You can't afford ti
buy a ranee until you
know all about a
Monarch. Ask us for
the book; STATE WHEN
you intend tobuy.and
we will send also a set
of Measuring Spoons,
Altiltrttbl- Iron rin'cj,
iV-ui't'r Data, l' incurwiii.
The "Stay Sat isfactory'Rargc
ica removcJ with S
Urt -- nickel nlkl. .
C The top is Malleable
iron. Does not crack, warp
or break. The thickness re
quired in other iron is not
necessary. Heats quicker,
cooks more evenly and
uses surprisingly less f uti.
' won't tarnfah.
Sized and arr.inced to suit every family need in city or country, hotels or public institutions.
Call and sec why they save fuel and repairs. They show it.
W. S. HOLBROOK, Davenport. Iowa.
Si. Louis via. Rock Island
Trains leave at 8:05 a. m. and 7:15
p. m. Through sleeper on. night
train. Call at depot or city office for
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
S. F. Boyd.
D. P. A., Davenport, la.
3 IF YOU NEED ANY MONEY RIGHT QUICK
You'll find It here. Wo also haTe great bargains in Watches. Diamond.
Jewelry. MusicaJ Instruments, Suit Cases, Trunks, Clothing and tinrc-def-md
rroQds of ail kindr. If yo'i are looking for bargains, call on' us.
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE,
320 Twentieth Htreef.
Old phone, W. 810, four rings.