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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1904.
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home of the clone buy
er and buys antl aell
and trades more second
band good than all the
aeeond hand dealers in
the three cities put to
gether. Just think, over
SOO stoves for sale or ex
change from fl.OO up.
Complete Bed Springs
and Mattresses from
91.50 up. Noir when you
want to sell your house
hold goods or buy house
hold goods, or store your
household goods, or get
m loan on household
goods or on small real
estate come and see me,
the man that nobody
11 DAVENPORT DOTS,
A Bottle of Wine Free.
In order to direct sharp attention to our new season's
we will give absolutely free with every dollar purchase
rtr nuer a bottle of fine California wine. Our stock in
cludes the finest Eastern Rye and Kentucky Bourbons
and we have also just received several large shipments
of California wintes.
I Simon Lewis, store ?
Market Square Corner Seventeenth Street and Third
Lost in AdmiraLtion.
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 beat manufacturers In the busi
ness. We also carry a large line of Im
ported Paper and the best in domestic
goods. Even our cheap papers are ar
tistic. Trices run from 3 cents to $2n
per roll. Call nnd be convinced. Wo
also carry a full line of mouldings of
4 ID Seventeenth Street.
New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 721 X.
PAR.IDON GL SON.
419 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 721 JL.
Arrange for Consecration.
Bishop-elect James Davis and Rev.
J. P. Ryan are in Peoria. Their mis
sion there is to invite Rt. Rev. John
Lancaster Spaulding to preach his
consecration sermon. It is stated that
Most Rev. J. J. Keane. archbishop of
Dubuque, will act as consecrator of
the new bishop at the Sacred Heart
cathedral Wednesday, Nov. ?0. It is
expected "that R:veen 20 and 25 b:sa
ops and archbifhops and about 20)
priests will be present at that event.
A special choir will sing Mercadantc's
mass. The consecration services will
be held at 10 o'clock in the morning
of Nov. 30. Admission to the cathe
dral will-be by card.
A notable sale of tine residence
property, meaning the development of
another fine residence district In West
Davenport, was that which was closed
yesterday by the purchase of the old
Davenport homestead property of
about eighteen acres. Isaac Klein,
the well-known capitalist who remov
ed to this city a few ; ears ago from
Washington, Iowa, and resides on
Brady street in the former Cable
home, was he purchaser, and the
price 'was $40,000. Mr. Klein intends
to subdivide his purchase into town
lots in the near future and dispose of
them to people who want fine river
view building sites. The property ex
tends from South to Taney streets,
about four blocks long along the river
bluffs, and three blocks deep. It will
divide into about eighty lots, of which
it is figured that at least 40 will com
mand a fine view of the Father of
Death Was Sudden.
Monday afternoon John H. Burke, a
gardener living near Mercy hospital,
was peddling turnips as usual. To
wards evening he became ill and went
to the hospital for a doctor. He was
there taken with a hemorrhage, which
ended his life at G o'clock yesterday
morning. John H. Burke was born in
Trenton, N. J.. March 2, 1854, and at
the time of his death was 50 years and
S months of age. He was never mar
ried, and was well known in North
west Davenport, where he had lived
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.,
Darls Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St. n
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE, H. B. SIMMON.
Vice President Cashier.
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock f 100,000. Fonr Per Cent Interest raid ea Deposits.
C. J. Larkin, H. H. Cleaveland, .II. D. Mack,
J. J. LaVelle, Mary E. Robinson, John Schafer,
IL E. Casteel. E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heagy,
L. D. Mudge, H. W. Tremann H. 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.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
he case of the State vs. Ora Lov
ing, indicted on the charge of holding
up and robbing John Sullivan of a
small sum of money last spring, down
on Dixwell street and the Southwest
ern tracks, lapsed before the jury at
10 o'clock yesterday. In his evidence
Sullivan failed completely to identify
Loving as the party who had robbed
him. Westphall was called in, and
Sullivan also stated that he could not
identify him. Seeing that the state
could not prove its case, C. W. Neal
the prosecutor, moved that Ora Loving
be discharged for lack of evidence to
convict. The court sustained the mo
tion, and the defendant was let go af
ter haviTig spent the entire summer in
Plans a $20,C00 Building.
Architect E. S. Hammatt is at work
on the plans fur the new large modern
brick building, which will be built by
the Sieg Iron company on the proper
ty owned by it near the corner of
Fifth and Iowa streets. Tin structure
wlil cost $20,000 to erect and will
cover the entire site. It is thought the
contract will be let shortly.
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi
cago at 7:55 a. m. -
IX THE SUBURBS.
Andalusia, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs
Morro West have moved to Monte
Miss Alice Crawford of Taylor
Ridge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hubbard, of Dav
enport, were recent callers in the vil
lage. A Hallowe"en party was given at
Mrs. James Westbay s for the Baptist
Charles Dollarhide and family of
Davenport were recent visitors with
relatives and friends.
The Misses Titterington of Rock
Island spent a few days with their sis
ter. Mrs. Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Beo Yanderveere and
son departed Monday afternoon for
their home in Olympia. Iowa.
The nunils of the Andalusia school
cleared $23.25 at their box social for
the library fund.
The Baptist society will have their
next dinner at the home of Mrs. Sim
eon Roberts Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Foster, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs. P.
McKellip, of Oak Grove, Iowa, convey
ed the remains of a daughter 8 years
of age to their final resting place in
the Reynolds cemetery, death having
been caused by scarlet fever. The fam
ily have the sympathy of their friends
in this vicinity.
Rev. Spiller returned Saturday from
Lena. 111., where he had spent 10 days
visiting his mother.
A few from this vicinity- attended
the Sunday school convention at the
Buffalo Prairie church Sunday.
Rev. Spiller drove to Andalusia
Several from this locality attended
the M. W. A. meeting at Muscatine
The funeral of Mrs. L. Sissel, who
died at her home near Mayville Thurs
day, Oct. 27, was held at the Foster
Baptist church Friday. A large num
ber of sorrowing friends met to pay a
last tribute. The services were con
ducted by Rev. Flanders, of Marston.
Burial was at the Reynolds cemetery.
NORTH COAL VALLEY.
North Coal Valley, Nov. 2. Mr.
Welch, father of Mrs. J. J. Pryce, has
F. M. Bennett sold his stock at auc
tion yesterday near Taylor Ridge.
Mr. Killing is laying a tile drain
across his place.
Mr. Long and Charley My res of
Rock Island were visitors at the En
gle home Sunday.
Halsey Benster spent Sunday at
Miss Nellie Johnson is ill with a
Fred Engle is improving his place
with cement walks.
Ella Wahlstrand is ill.
Mrs. John O. Johnson has a severe
case of pneumonia.
Moving Ice Houses.
The removal of the battery of ice
houses owned by the Davenport Ice
company at Bettendorf to th vicinity
of Nahant in Rockingham, township,
where all of the ice houses of the
company will be assembled, has al
ready begun. The houses will be re-
erected in Rockingham, and every
thing will be in readiness for the cut
ting of ice in the lower harbor when
the freeze-up comes.
From Nov. 8 to 12 inclusive the C,
R. I. & P. Ry. will sell round trip
tickets to Portland. Ore., at rate of
$55.25 good for return up to Dec. 31.
From Nov. 10 to 12 round trip to El
Paso, Tex, will be $40.
Cheap rates to St. Loui3. Mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office, 329 Main street. Peoria. I1L G
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M,
Going to the World's Fair?
Your best route is over the Chicaeo
& Alton railway. All lines of railway
will 6ell you tickets over this line
whether you decide to go via Peoria
or via Chicago. The rates are as low
as by any line, and your home ticket
agent will he pleased to sell you a
a ticket over the Chicago & Alton
Short Line if you ask for it. Direct
connections with all railroads at Peo
ria and Chicago. Superb day coaches
and Pullman parlor cars, Pullman
sleeping cars and both cafe and din
ing cars. Ask your home ticket agent
ior a ticket via the Chicago & Alton
Stop and Think.
If you want to go to Chicago yon
can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicasro leavo
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m-
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.,;
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The Best Breakfast
Cakes made from
Qdl-FsisIhjDOimedl BoDcGiwIhieaih FQanp
Costs only a few cents. Dollars couldn't buy a better one.
A lo pound sack for J5 cents.
WRIGHT'S MILLS. BERLIN, WIS.
"WRIGHT WRONGS NO MAN."
home. He is saying nothing about the
affair, and probably nothing more wh'
be heard of it.
Rev. Willard to Marry.
Rev. W. W. Willard is going to be
married. In a letter to a Moline friend
he gives out the intelligence, voices
his happiness, and says that he would
like his friends in this city to know
about it. The bride to be is Miss
Mary Ela of Rochester, Minn. She
is a graduate of the Wisconsin state
university at Madison.
Rock Broke Window.
Henry Kuehl, the insurance man, is
out of pocket just $10 because some
one hurled a rock through a window
in the building which he is having
erected on Fifteenth street, and In
the west end a number of the older
boys were out bent on the wrong kind
THE PAINTED WAS PAINTED
Wilton, Iowa, Residents Make Use of
Hallowe'en to Impress a Lesson.
A Hallowe'en lark of a lot of Wil
ton. Iowa, people promises to end the
attentions that a painter of that city
has been paying to the wife of one of
the merchants of that place. These
attentions had been noticeable enough
to cause a good deal of talk, and th-
neighbors took the opportunity Monday
night of showing their disapproval in
a more substantial way.
It had been learned that the painter
in question had sent notes to the
woman in question, and that if he had
not received replies from her already,
he would be overjoyed to receive one
now. So his heart was made glad
when a note was written and deliver
ed to him, requesting him to meet his
fair inamorata at a certain place Mon
day night. When the shades of night
commenced to fall, the neighbors hie-J
themselves to the place and secreted,
themselves, and awaited the coming
of the Wiltonite. They were armed
with a pail of paint. The crowd had
not long to wait. A cheery whistle
soon announced the coming of the love
lorn knight of the brush. He arrived,
and the whistle died away, as he found
no one waiting to receive him. But
he was not doomed to disappointment
The watchers Jumped from their hid
ing places with a shout, and in an in
stant he was surrounded and had been
doused with the bucket of paint.
When the crowd was through with
him the man made quick time for
has yet been found for cod
liver oil. There are so-called
extracts, wines and cordials of
cod liver oil that are said to
contain the active principles
but not the oil itself. This is
absurd on its face. You might
as well extract the active prin
ciples of wheat and make
bread with them. The best
form of cod liver oil. that can
be digested and assimilated
most easily, is Scott's Emul
sion. " '-",
, WeTl ni yoa a sample free.
SCOTT & BOWKE, 4, Pearl Street, New Tort
Officer Lee Better.
Edward Sporrey, charged with as
saultlng Officer William Lee, was tak
en before Judge Olson in police court
but the preliminary hearing was post
poned pending developments in tLi
condition of the officer, who was con
pelled to undergo an operation last
evening. It is hoped and expcte.i
that he will pull through all right.
Flashed Fake Money.
Louis DeBuck, formerly of this city
but of late years a farm hand employed
near Minneapolis, was arrested Mon
day night on a serious charge. DeHuciv
returned to Moline about a week ago
and he is charged with having enlcol
Camiel Mortler's saloon in Kast Mo
line last week with a companion and
ordering drinks, in payment for which
he offered a "fake" $50 bill. The pi
per, it is contended, was not a conn
terfeit bill; it was one of the bills
which business houses, fairs, etc., is
sue as advertisements. The paper
was glanced at casually and accepted
for $50, The change was turned over,
so it is claimed, and DeBuck must
face the charge of confidence game
and obtaining money under false pre
tenses. He has not yet had a hear
Hurt His Back.
William Kellogg, an employe of the
Mississippi Valley Traction company
met with an accident last night that
will lay him up for some time, and
which might easily have been fatal.
Mr. Kellogg was engaged in cleaning
one of the cars, standing upon a ladder
to reach the top. The ladder slipped.
To save himself Mr. Kellogg seized
the trolley pole and the trolley wire.
Although there was not enough cur
rent in the wire to kill him, there was
enough to shock him severely, and
he let go, falling about a dozen feet
into the pit. He alighted upon his
back, severely spraining it. Mr. Kel
logg was conveyed to his home, 2210
Third avenue, in the ambulance.
CL Twenty 3-ears after you luy a
Monarch, it will be just as economi
cal to operate, will work just as
perfectly and will le as entircly
satisfactory as when new. That
cannot be said of stoves made of
Sized mad imaged to ult family nedM lo city or
country, ml to for hotels mad public Institution:
Come and see why they save fuel and repairs. They show it.
W. S. HOLBROOK, Davenport, Iowa.
et al minors. Petition by guardian for
leave to sell certain personal property
therein mentioned at public auction.
Hearing on said petition and same
In re guardianship of minor heirs
of Fred Jackson. Annual report of
guardian filed and approved.
Estate of John Hutchings. Annual
report of administrator filed and an-'
proved. Leave granted to executor to
distribute $1,000 the same to be done
according to the terms of the will
Real Estate Transfers.
Nov. 1. Sewall Dodge to S. J. Col-
line, lot 8, block 8, Old or Original
town of Rock Island. $3,000.
S. J. Collins to Kate E. Dodge. lot
8, block S. Old or Original Town of
Rock Island, $5,000.
Wilson Ing to Meigs Wait, lot 3.
sw'i IS, If., 2w; si-2 2, nw, IS, 10,
2w; sVa lot H. nw!', 18, 10. 2w; lots 1
and 2, sw1, 18. if,, 2w. $11,G2;.
For the Ladies.
To the girl attaining womanhood, the
young woman, and those of maturer
years, during the recurring times of
depression and discomfort, when Na
ture requires a little assistance,
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
In County Court.
Nov. 1. In re guardianship of min
or heirs by Mary Brennan. It appears
by proof produced in open court that
Michael Brennan the former guardian
is now dead and that a new guardian
should be appointed. Request of Eu
gene Brennan, Mary Brennan and
Thomas Brennan, minors over 14 years
of age, for the appointment of John
Brennan as their guardian fiied. Peti
tion of said John Brennan for letters
3f guardianship filed. Said petition
;ranted upon said John Brennan tak
ing the usual oath as guardian and
filing a good and sufficient bond in
the sum of $6,000 to be approved by
In re guardianship of minor heirs
Df Marcus Krohn. It appears that
the bond is insufficient in amount
herein. Ordered that guardian file a
new bond in the sum of $3,000 with
security to be approved by the court
within 15 days from this date.
In re guardianship of Rudolph Kain
are a special boon. See special in
structions. Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1617I4 SECOND AVENUE.'
and removal of nerves done by us, and
the best and most careful treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
with natural gums that fits in all cases
and when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our office, for our work is
all guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be first class
in every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling $ .25
Gold Platinum Filling 50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns, 22k., $4 and $5 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
OFFICE, 3007 SECOND AVENUE,
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
DR. C. S. MARSHALL.
Friday, Nov. 4.
, . Mnllnre anil MIkM. . .
GEORGE P. STETSON'S x .
His: Double Spectacular
A $.'!;. 000 Produ'tlon.
Tlx- D.irnum of thfin nil. I'tub-r thf
manatfcnH'nt of Mr. Kibble. i.r men,
women iinl children. Orchestra of 1.1
musicians. Travel ins in a special
train. Kcenie investiture a positive,
revelation. 20 spectacular and speci
alty sensations. iranl chorus of
suepr-execllciiee. Kaleidoscope vis
inns of" historical interest. The slere
optii al sensation The men who irecd
the slave A tribute to Lincoln,
('rant, Sheridan. Sherman and Doug
las. 2 Colort-d People from the Cotton Melt
MerliiiK Drama tie 'mt of Metropolitan
Kve'n Ancrnxliin The firnndexl Street
. .I'aTnite Kver tilven. Two llnodx.
..Prices! lOe. 20e, :t(e nnd ,'Oe. Seat.) on
sale at Illinois theatre.
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One Mb lit Only
Sunday, Nov. 6.
S. S. Shubcrt presents th? eminent com
lie Wolf Hopper.
In the New York l.yric theatre spec
tacular revival of
Company of 70, including Marguerite
Clark, Frank Belcher, Ada Oeaves
and the famous original 40 Lyric
Theatre chorus beauties.
MaK'iific.-nt scenery, kotkous costum
ing, augmented ircsi-st ra.
Prleeit ."., 7.x-, 91. $ I. ". Ilox Sent
Hl.r.n. Seat sale at theatre 'J a. rn . Fri
day. I'hone W.
J. r... . mrr nmmgm:
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Jobbing promptly done. Win
dow and door screens a spec
ialty. Satisfaction guaran
tf,od. Residence, 415 Eleventh
street. Old 'Phono west 821.
Claims, accounts and Information
oolieJtad everywhere. Both 'Phones..
207-209 Brady St, Davenport, la,