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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1000.
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No matter what your breakfast
food experience lias been, you have
never tasted anything so genuinely
f ood as Toasted Corn Flakes. Thcv
have a flavor so different, so delicious;
thev are so thin, light and crisp; so de-
lirhtfnllv nnd tastilv toasted, that thcv
tempt you to make a meal of them. And
thev are good for vou good for the children
- - eood for the sick as well as the well. Thor
oughlv cooked and readv to serve. If you're
tired of wheat, have a treat eat corn tomorrow
mom. Have your grocer send you Toasted Corn
Flakes today. Ten cents for a large package.
The Battle Greek Toasted Cornflake Go.
BATTLE CHEEK, MICH.
WE WANT 500 HOMES
Co Vry Our UlacK "Diamond Coat.
The hottest stuff known. As hard as hard coal, lasts as
long, makes less ashes, costs one-third less, no dust, no
slack and positively no clinkers. Just the thing for fur
naces. Splendid for grates at this time of year.
Union Ice (SL Coal Co.,
S Old Phone West 591. New Phone 6171.
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If you only knew how much comfort
can be derived from a PERFECTION
Oil Heater how simple and economical
its operation, yoa would not be without
it another day.
Yon can quickly make warm and cozy
ny cold room or hallway no matter in
what part of the house. You can heat
water, and do many other things with the
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
Tarn the wick as high or low as you can there's no danger
Carry heater from room to room. All parts easily cleaned. Gives
intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smoke
Made in two finishes nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beauti-
iuiiv emuobsea. iioKis 4 quarts ot oil and burns 9
hours. Every heater warranted. If vou cannot get
heater or information from your dealer, write to
nearest agency for descriptive circular.
Down the River In a Houseboat.
Jacob Piening, ex-fire chief, and Charles
Kasch, 1029 West Second street, start
ed yesterday with a motor boat and
houseboat on a trip to Memphis, where
they will dispose of the houselioat and
return in the nther craft. They expect
the journey to consume about
months, as they will lake their Unit
s e all the sights on the way.
Boy's Skull Fractured. John Carlin,
a l!-yeur-old lad residing on a dairy
'farm "northeast of the city, met. with a
very serious accident shortly before
midnight Sunday. He was driving
home in a buggy when he was run into
bv a street car at the corner of Mound
street and Jersey Ridge road, at which
point the car turns a corner. The bug
gy was upset and the lad thrown on
his he ad. He was rendered unconscious
and was removed in the city ambulance
to St. Luke's hospital, where nr. Allen
attended to his injuries. The most
serious of these consisted in a fracture
or the skull. Although the injury is of
a serious nature. Dr. Allen has hopes
of saving the lad's life.
Found Dead in Room. Dr. William
A. Winter, physician at
ho luist dozen years or
found dead in his bedroom at his home
there yesterday morning. Dr. Winter
had expressed himself as not very well
last Saturday, but had actively looked
oft , hi nractice no to Sunday. He
leaves a wife and two children.
Hoffmann Out on Bail Eddie Hoff
mann, the 17-year-old lad who was ac
quitted last Saturday of the murder of
John Esberg. and against whom there
is another indictment pending on charge
of assault with intent to murder Paul
Boss, is out of jail. He was not allow
ed bail when the charge of murder
hung over him. but now that the mur
der charge is lifted he has been admit
ted to bail in the sum of $2,000. the
amount fixed by Judge Bollinger at
the time of his indictment.
Overcoat Thief Goes to Jail. August
Grot he. a typical tramp, was arrested
vesterday afternoon by Police Officer
Shanley for the theft of an overcoat
from a farmer's wagon in the city, as
aWo a box of celery from Booth & Co.
When asked by Officer Shanley how
long he had the overcoat, Grot he calm
ly answered, "Many moons.'" When
asked what he wanted with the celery,
Grothe replied. "For my nerves."
Two Homes Entered. Some time
Sundav night the residence of L. I.
Walker, at 14n Main street, was bro
ken into antl the place ransacked. The
intruders secured $1S in money, a re
volver, two shirts, a blue plaid dress
pattern, and other minor articles. The
family were absent from home during
the early evening and no one was in
the house at the time. Entrance was
gained by breaking a window lock on
the south side of the house and then
climbing through the window after
raising it. The home of Dr. Watzek on
Brady street was entered some time
Saturday night. Dr. and Mrs. Watzek
are in Europe and before their depart
ure took care to place all their valua
bles in a safety deposit vault. The in
truders may have carried away nu
merous small articles, hut as far as
known found nothing of great value.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
iTTi rantinf K
and steady light, simple con-
. ... struction and absolute safety,
i-q nipped latest improved burner. Made of
brass tnronghout and nickel plated. An ornament to
ny room whether library.dining-room, parlor or bed
room. Every lamp warranted. Write to nearest
agency if not at your dealer's.
STANDARD Pit COMPANY
Rock Island county circuit court,
Judge Geat presiding.
41. Cornish vs. Corcoran et al. As
sumpsit. Dismissed as per stipulation
on file. Cause of action satisfied.
10S. Corbin vs. Moline. East Moline
&Vatertown Railway company et al.
Case. Cause of action satisfied, costs
paid and case dismissed.
!2. Wad-sworth vs. Wadsworth.
Appeal by defendant. Appeal of de
fendant dismissed by defendant. Pro
cedendo to county court. Judgment
vs. defendant for costs of this court
1S. Holm berg vs. Schultz et a!.
Case. Motion by defendant. J. Endter,
to set aside default entered against
2.1:1. Roger vs. Ohlweiler ct al. As
sumpsit. "Hearing upon affidavit of
claim. Finding for plaintiff in sum of
$1,070.04 and judgment for that
amount and costs and execution.
I 2Sf. Von Steenhouse vs. M., E. M. &
' W. Railway company. Case. Cause
of action satisfied. Costs paid and
2o0. People ex rel Bleakley vs. Bar
clay. Habeas corpus. ' Motion by re
spondents to have bill . of exceptions
amended by adding a seal to the sig
nature of the judge thereto filed and
hearing thereon set for Saturday, Oct.
20, 2 o'clock. Motion by respondents
to have bill of exceptions amended by
adding the seal of the judge to the cer
tificate of the judge thereto nunc pro
tunc allowed and amendment made.
report evidence and findings not later
than Nov. 5.
9S. Cohe vs. Guypr. Foreclosure.
li:f. Swanson vs. Swanson. I)t
vorce.-- cause heard by tne court on
testimony to set aside will. Trial pro
204. Mackin etal vs. Mackin et al.
Bill to set aside will. Trial proceeds.
207. Robinson vs. Richmond et al.
Partition. Master's report of partial
distribution filed and approved.
2.",t;. Fletcher vs. Fletcher et al. Pe
tition to sell real estate. Master's re
port of proofs filed and approved and
decree for sale.
.;;. Weaver vs. weaver et al. Sep
arate maintenance. Answer of till d
fendants except Kueitler filed.
Rock Island county court. Judge?
E. Parmenrer presiding.
In re guardianship of Culver S.
.viircnam, annual report tiled and ap
proved. Securities not passed upon.
Estate of Henry Sehroeder. deceas
ed. Claim of Fred Moeller allowed in
class 7 a! $13.CC: claim of Emma Moel
ler allowed in class at $20.."0; claim
of W. H. Lttdwig allowed in class 5 at
?S.0O; claim of Fred Trager allowed
in class 7 at $227.00; claim of S. I?.
Hall allowed in class 7 at $ 1 0.r.O.
Estate of Sadie Dusinherry. Relin
quishments by resident heirs of right
to administer and nomination of .1. M.
Carlisle for administrator filed. Peti
tion by son. J. W. Carlisle, for letters
of administration filed. Petition grant
ed upon taking usual oath and filing
bond in the sum of $500 to be allowed
by the court. Oath taken and filed.
Estate of Robert Wadsworth. Re
port of Fred W. Rank as administrator.
He had paid to said Florence M. Wads
worth. administratrix her?in sum of
5I.HH2.7S. paying full amount in. Bond
filed and approved. Receipt of said
Florence M. Wadsworth for same filed
antl approved. Inventory of said Flor
ence -M. Wadsworth as administratrix
herein filed and approved in appeasing
said Fred W. Rank, had probably paid
over all of the nionev and the adminis
tratrix herein and her bondsman discharged.
Joseph Huyett by
heirs to Gnstavus
H. Honcns, part of lot 12. block 1. Old
Town. Milan. $5.
Benjamin D. Peppers to E. B. Pep
pers, part ot ne", se sec. 1. !. 4v,
Abraham B. Johnson to George H.
Johnson, nw'i sc'i sec. IS, it;. 4v,
Willielmina McKee to Julia B. Win
ters, part of ne sec. 1. 17. 2v, $1.
P. H. Weideinann to C. C. Whiteside
lot 1. block 1. Richard Mill add.. Hills
Frank II. Wright. . .
Kate W. Foster
Herbert Quick ....
. . .Rock Island. 111.
Helen M. Liphardt Hillsdale
INNOVATIONS OF A BANK
Hrilroum Ii 11 lii-:!i; i Tr'.ixt t oni
Probably lew persons ever thought
of making a bedroom u feat tire of :
bank. Chicago has one financial insti
tution at least with such au adjunct,
the Northern Trust e.nupauy. wlreii
recently moved into it new building
at Monroe and I.asalle street, says
the Chit-ago Post.
'J he building, one of the finest of its
kind In the Uuited Stales, has many
iuuovutions, but perhaps the most re
markahle is the bedroom. The apart
ment i complete in its appointments.
It contains two brass bedstead.-, with
downy coverings, cablucts. dressing
tallies, mirrors and shower Paths.
Should any director be kept late at the
office or should any employee suddenly
become ill this chamber would be at
The building has luxurious smoking
antl club rooms also, and the women's
rest room on the fourth floor, through
the portals of which no masculine font
dare trespass, is said to be a model.
The room Is darkened, ami the motlu
iatetl light striking on the soft green
carpet suggests nothing liu? peace and
slumber. Spacious divans and perfum
ed sofa pillows invite rest and repose.
Whrn Rverytking' I Ioioiou.
All substances, even eggs, are poison
ous when they are injected in certain
quantities into the circulatory system
of an animal. A French iuvestigator
has taken the powdered yelk of a
duck's egg. treated it with a 20 per
cent solution of salt antl Injected it in
to the veins of au animal until It died.
In order to kill a rabbit fifty-five grains
of the substance were required for
each pound of the rabbit's weight. The
yolk of a hen's egg Is less poisonous,
but that of a turtle more so than that
of a duck. The albnmen of eggs is
23. Atkinson et al vs. Keyes et al.
Bill for appointment of trustee. Mas
ter's report upon correctness of trust
ees report filed and approved and re
43. Bateman vs. Bateman et al. Bill.
Complainants and defendants Lafay
ette Bateman, puled to answer cross
bill of defendant Elmine J. Bateman
I in JO days.
I Co. Cobe vs. Guyer. Foreclosure.
' Special Master F. H. Kelly ordered to
Iowa Town Nearly Wiped Out.
Marshalltown, Iowa. Oct. 23. Practi
cally all that was left of the business
portion of Bristow, in Butler county,
was destroyed by fire yesterday. This
is the second distastrous blaze inside
of a week. Belief that the fires are the
work of incendiaries has caused great
Several Cases of Contagious Dis
eases. I-ast week's health report by
Dr. Meyer shows nine cases of contag
ion in the city. Three of these are
smallpox, but two of them were quar
antined by the attending physician and
no report was made. The patients
have nearly recovered and the other'
ca.se is very light. The two cases sin
in the same family. The following is
the report: Births, male 2. females
contagion, smallpox diphtheria :;,
scarlet fever 1; deaths, male 2, fe
Old Resident Dies. Mrs. Emmu Brit
nison. a resident of this city for the
past 40 years, died yesterday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Nel
son. 1921 Seventh avenue, after suffer
ing for three months with paralysis.
Mrs. Rrunisnn was born in Sweden
Jan. 22. lS-i7. and came to America antl
Moline in ISO;. She is survived by
four children, Mrs. Nelson, Elmer.
I.loytl, and Albin Brunison. all at home.
Refuse Permit for Bridge. Promo
ters of the street ear line from War
ner's Crossing to Silvis are said to
have met with opposition in their pro
ject lrom the highway commissioners
of Hampton township. It is reported
that the commissioners have refused
T. S. Silvis the privilege to build a
britlge across the creek at Warner's
Crossing, upon which to place the car
line. The railway company had aban
doned tile plan to run the line to Silvis
this fall, until Mr. Silvis said that he
would install a britlge if the company
would lay the tracks. The route was
mappetl out and it had been planned
to commence construction of the britlge
this week, but they were frustrated by I
the commissioners. "Of course, the
commissioners cannot prevent the lav
ing of the line." said one man who is
interested, "for we can build a britlge j
on our property across the cretk. Ijut
it will make an unnecessary curve in
the line which the company does not
desire to make." It is said that the
citizens of Silvis are considerably work
ed up over the stand taken by the com-!
missioners. and that it is hoiK-tl they
will change their views in regard to the
. . . '
If You Care at all for Beauty
if you want your skin soft, clear ami velvety if you want it
to look as fresh as a baby's antl feel as fresh as it looks
let me prove to you, free, what Kosmeo will do.
Siiui.li yoin-'ili-iili-r l"i' fm' s..ni.!.. !.. I. lit si. Inn i.t tin.-i' if yon
tifori ym loryft.
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I'nt tin your f:u-i'. rii't-t:. si .iiMit :nn! Ii:hmi hoimi- of tin- K.imiu o 1lmt I
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nnlli':il l;il- to iiu.I.i. tin- li.iir trow on tin- f:iv. II ilm not till m i-nhiiv-Hi'
port'H. Komijho is iinliki- liny otln-r ni-.;ir.ition itml l uimlt.
Kosmeo Feeds the Skin Tissue
tout ni:il:' "Ion rum. lnroi. soft ami vlvfy. II n-i- i- not :i tu-V, ln-.t II
t1cl"ht. Ps rnv;ir.l i mt a ili-lant i.roiuiM-. I'nt 1-ti-h 11I mi"-!-.
Yon fc-l 1 1 - fitiiihitioii piiflniiif uinll into llif tiny ili-ii-i.ill.lo.nl vi !"f!
Unit imikf Vonii.lHxi.in"- v.ui l.'.'l the .or-. ;.-! oiit H.- ml :tmt .tii'l.
A Clean. Delicious Freshness -o - i-t.m tl.n vta liar.l .in. I lrr.
frtM-klptt. sallow- ami Wni.i1. Jf M 1 lo.n,. o 1- I,. ,, v.:i:; ...H ..I .I.h.o.
tlifwin will not Ian your kin I .urn or ol -i I it. .1 Inn., out 1..-.K1.--. ho-i.i.-o
mahfH tl.f kin sun- ami iml .rool.
Kosmeo is sold by all hip.h-irrade drusrcsts 'in only one size ol mr 50c.
If v.uir tlrntrsrist tlot-s not m It io.-uii-o. -.-ml mi- lii- n:uiic timl :i ami 1
will H-'ml vou a jar ot Komiii-o. antl llu- Komih-o l k "lii. l. I. -II- li. to u--1.,
MwtHtitl. lkKiire to w-ml your ilni..'ii-f naun-.
- Gervaise Graham, 1301 Michigan Ave., Chicago.
Was Dunning Patient. V. Hastins.
who was detained at the police station.
was sent on his way to Chicago. It was
learned that he had been a patient at
the Dunning hospital, and that he hadij
been discharged as cured. He has had
mental trouble for some time, and let
ters were found on his person which
showed that the house which he rep
resents has notified him that they
would not be responsible for him while
C .u. i. . o r ( fit t" I. r -t.vi". uijmm,mKf'
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Furniture & Carpet 1
123-125 West Third Street, Davenport. Ia.
on the roitd. He was working on com
mission. He stated that he had friends i
in Chicago, who would send him on to J
lowans Easy. Twenty-three to six
was the result ot the l-.ast l.tui-Metn-
apolis football game played on Athletic
field Sunday afternoon. The first half
was a fairly good exhibition of football.
but in the second the locals ran away
from ihe Iowa boys. When the first
ha.f ended each side had scored a
touchdown antl a goal, and naturally
some last playing was expect eti in tne
second half, but it proved a disappointment.
CURE CATARRH NOW.
Do Not Wait Until Winter or Disease
Will- Become Chronic.
Many people in Rock Island are be
ginning to cough and hack with the
fall symptoms of disagreeable and of
fensive catarrh. The tongue is coated
in the morning, and they do not sleep
well at night on account of disagreo-
ilde tickling anil dropping at the back
of the throat as a result of catarrh.
Hefore the disease becomes chronic
they should use Ilvomei and get com
plete freedom from their catarrhal
If you neglect to treat catarrh when
it first conies on. the chances are that
it will become so firmly rooted and
deep-seated that it will hoi her you all
winter and may become chronic ami
The first day's use of Hyomei will
show a decided improvement in health,
and in a short time there will be no
further trouble, and you will be free
from catarrh, and coughs and colds
will not bother you during the winter.
Remember .that Hyomei is sold un
der an absolute guarantee that it costs
nothing unless it cures. H. O. Rolfs
has sold a great many Hyomei outfits,
everyone with his personal guarantee
that if costs nothing unless it cures,
and he has seen so many remarkable
evidencts of the curative powers of
Hyomei that he is very glad to con
tinue giving this guarantee with ev
A complete Hyomei outfit costs but
$1, extra bottles, if needed. 50 cents.
This Great Store's New Stock
A range of new styles long enough to nn et every customer's i'bas,
ami a range of moderate prices wid t noitgh to nu t t the require m nts
of tin1 most economical. Whatever you may need for homo comforts,
goods that will ph-as and endure can best he bought of us.
AMERICA'S FOR.EMOST LINES OF o
Brass and Iron Beds 1
A Badly Burned Girl
Or boy, or woman, 13 quickly out of
pain, if Bucklen's Arnica salve is ap
plied promptly. G. .1, Welch, of Tekon
sha, Mich., says: "I use it in my fam
ily for cuts, sores and all skin injuries,
and find it perfect." Quickest pile cure
known. Best healing salve made. 25c
at Hartz & Ullemes-er's drug store.
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises, burns and like in
juries before inflammation sets in, they
may be healed without maturation and
in about one-third the time required
for the old treatment. This is the
greatest discovery and triumph of
modern surgery. Chamberlain's Tain
Balm acts on this same principle. It
is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes them to heal
very quickly. It also allays the pain
and soreness and prevents any danger
of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of
Pain Balm in your home and it will
savo you time and money, not to men
tion the inconvenience and 4 suffering
such injuries entail. For sale by all
Are shown here in immense varieties, the cheapest ami the bet. in
white and in beautiful colors. We also have a fine line of Children'.
Brass and Iron Cribs, also the b 'st of It. d Springs, Pelt Mattresses and
Box Springs. V
New line of largo size Rtigs just received. We show none but the
newest ami best patterns, the line is never allowed to run low, but we
X are constantly adding to it. You'll be pleased if we cover your fltwirs.
Q We sell Cdobe-Wernicke Elastic Book Cases sec the new Mfs'-ioti Case,
ilirt finor cil tnol ItrwiL- mwr o-itltrn nt
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Dainty Wall Coverings
As shown by sample rolls In our exhi
bition and salesroom, give every evi
dence of excelling past seasons la ev
ery desirable way. Richness, harmo
nious blending of colors and figures,
strength and excellence of the paper
Etock Itself all comraeDd our wall pa
pers to you. Another commendation Is
our prices, which are the lowest In th
Paridon Wall Paper Co
419 Seventeenth StrM
Havo you tried it? It is tlie best thinsr on
the market for the pipe. A rare "blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
co.de Cigar Store
Harper House Block.
PoHn P. Sexton, Prop.