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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULT 31, 1012.
! EXCITEMENT STILL HIGH IN GEORGIA
0E HORSEWHIPPING OF ESSIE CARTER
suing for Divorce. Suit for a de
cree of divorce on statutory grounds
baa been entered In tbe district court
by Harvey Grafton, the defendant be
ing Barbara Graftcn. They were mar
iled In Davenport March 5, 1910. At
torney Waldo Becker filed the appli
Boy Become Thief. Stealing a
watch and tbe pawning of it caused
Markus Jackson to laDd in the hands
of the police yesterday. He was at
tempting to sell the watch after hav
ing purloined it from the Sanders sec
end hand store. When first arrested
he gave his name as Petersen. Jack
son has been turned over to tbe pro
bation court for a hearing.
Orders for Encampment Captain
Dan Evers of Company B has receiv
ed official notice from first brigade
headquarters at Ames of the annual
encampment of the State mllltla at
Iowa Falls, Aug. 12-21. The meeting
place of the star guard Is to be called
Camp Ixigan In honor of adjutant
general of Iowa, Guy E. I,ogan. Com
pany B Is now slightly over Its full
strength with C2 enllmed. The local
mllltla leaves the morning of Aug. 12
Dawson, Ga., July 31. Feeling in
this city runs high against W. S. Do
ier, clerk of the superior court, and
his son Clyde.
Recently Essie Carter, a young
woman of Dawson, was taken out of
W. 8. Dozler and Clyde Dozler.
J. W. Dozler said that he was the
one who had horsewhipped the girl,
and offered no reason for his conduct
other than that he took the course
he did to save his son Vogt, whom
for Iowa Falls, making the trip by her bed at mldnipht by half a dozen! he said was infatuated with the
Essie Carter was taken to Macon,
rpeclal train and to be Joined en route ' white men and a negro, carried to
by othr companies. There are at the ! tbe road and there horsewhipped al-
present time 48 companies in the j raont into insensibility. The negro Ga., where 6he has friends. She is
state guard so that the total enroll-1 beld the young woman's clothing : still in bed, and the three physicians
. . . i , i . . .. . h.i,4a1i . i .1 m v. i : i
mem Hi v amp iAnn will ne in me wuu aa ntripp-tru irum uer, wuii;
neighborhood of .1.000. In the lnstruc-' one p' the men applied the lash,
tlons from headquarters It Is ordered i She pleaded for mercy but the raw
that no man be brought unfit for mill-! hide was laid on until the man who
tary duty. Emphasis Is bIho laid on ' applied it was so exhausted that he
the discipline expected of the militia could continue no longer,
rn route to camp In the order, "The After her assailants had left her
discipline should b such as to im- j bleeding, the girl was picked up by
rress the cltizcne cf the stale with friends, to whom she declared that
the efficiency of the guard." J- W. Dozler was the man who had
j administered the beating. His rea-
son. she said, was that she had
refused to repulse the attentions of
Dozler's 6on Vogt, who was in love
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Marv Ilackett Bvn.es to John and , . . . 1
Elizabeth Barh. lot 5. block 3, Brack-! f,er- a . Bon' had his father
I n CiH in III tut API n rr It n n,.nk...i
4-tfm. nrlrlillon HrrV luland tl . """""'" vuuinuuieiii..
Elizabeth Barth to Mary Hackett
Byrnen. lot 5. block 3. Urackett's utldl
tlon. Rock Ihland (special I. $1.
William Norris to Francis J. Norris,
rt al., part lot 3:.. S. .1. Aiken's sub-
fllvUion, part south half, section 2, IT, Edgar White, in August Sports
2w. ft. ! Afield, writes: In 1S37 Captain Marryat
Esther S. Tells. -t al., to Mary Hues- 'of the royal rwy wrote thus about the
ton. lot f. bloc k 3. Smalley's ne-ond : Mississippi river: "It contains the
sub-division, lot :.. southwest quarter, ! coarsPst and most uneatable of flsh
section 2, 17. 2w, Vo. Rurn aK tn oatrmh and such genus.
and as you descend Its banks, are oc
cupied with the fetid alligator, while
the panther basks at Its edge In the
cane-brakes, almost impervious to
If the English captain were alive to-
Iday and were to make euch a state
: mont as that at,out the fish of the Mis-'si-ssippi
to Jim Lach of Hannibal, Mo.,
jhe would have to back water fast or
i fight. Because Mr. Ieach has been
I fishing in that river since 1838 and
he'll take his Bilile oath that there isn't
an. . ,-,1 . w K t .. t, Y. T 1 . .
carriage - u m nu me oria man
house nn.l hnrtn't no h..ff..r v,.n... frmr. ! " caugni wnn troi-line ana seine
who are attending her fear that blood
poisoning may set in.
several hundred dollars, to be used I investigation, has decided that the
Sparks Cause Fire Sparks from a
crjnney jet tie to the roof of. the J.
H. Cooper residence at 2117 Six'.a
avenue at 11 o'clock yesterday fore
r.ocn, but except fr a few shingles
being burned no damage resulted, due
to efficient work of Chief Hawk's
Accident at Waterworks. Mollne
was without service of a high pres
sure watermaln Monday afternoon as
result of the calking at a Joint in the
pipe giving way. The accident occur
red in the basement at the water
works plant and the place was flood
ed before the defect was discovered
and the water shut off. Repairs have
been made and the main is in service
Not Acquainted Yet. Three Austrl
ans, newly arrived from the old coun
try and unacquainted with certain
American conventionalities, were ar
rested in East Moline before dusk
Monday evening for bathing in the
Mississippi river at the foot of Sev
enth street minus body covering. Each
one of the trio was assessed a fine of
$2.80 in police court.
Must Serve Term. George E. Bick,
Moline contractor who is now serv
ing time in the penitentiary at Joliet
for Incest, must remain three years
more, if not longer, within prison
walls. Frelnds of the contractor have
been endeavoring to secure his pa
role, and the hoard of pardons, after
only its fascinating side but its tragedy.
In 1876 the Dictator crashed against
the first span of the bridge and 11
men were killed In the collision. In
ljune, 1903. the Eagle, towing a barge
and loaded with excursionists, was
swept against a pier by the force of
the current and wrecked. Mr. Leach,
who was engaged in fishing at the
time, hurried out in his rowboat and
rescued 10 women and a man. Others
were saved by willing hands on the
bridge, and by the utmost exertions,
in the face of appalling danger, the
men of the river managed to avert a
fearful loss of life. For 17 years, dtrr
ing the halcyon days of steamboating,
Mr. Leach was a tender and watch
man on the draw-bridge. At that per
iod the bridgeman would have to
swing the draw on an average of 25
times for boats in each nine hours.
There were seven men on duty three
during the day and four at night and
the fires in the bridge engine were
never out. Now there are only two
men on each 6hift, and sometimes a
week passes without a boat signal to
open the draw.
Among the noted boats of the old
days passing up and down the upper
river, Mr. Leach recalls the War
Eagle, Golden Eagle, St. Paul, Clinton,
Dubuque, Red Wing, Davenport, Rob
Roy, Andy Johnson and Lucy Bertram
nearly all large and beautiful side
whee'.ers. One windy day, while pass
ing the draw, the Clinton was blown
against a pier and its wheelhouse and
a row of cattle were knocked into the
river. "The Mississippi is a big story,"
said Mr. Leach, "and it would take a
long time to tell it. It's interesting
from a hundred different ways of look
ing at it. Of course in my business
I've been chiefly concerned with my
trade, but there are other things one
cannot help but see. A big stream like
the Mississippi means a great deal for
the valley through which it runs. It's
navigable and it ought to be used. Such
magnificent water courses in the old
world would be full of boats, carrying
the commerce of the country and also
tourists wishing to view the beauties
of the region. I like the old river,
and I'll bet some day maybe not in
my time, but before very long it will
come back to its own again, and our
people wil be prouder of it than ever."
by the girl in prosecuting a suit for
damages against her assailants.
She declares she will sue Dozier for
$25,000. The action will be brought
case shall have no further considera
tion for a period of three years. Effort
to secure the man's parole at the end
i of that time may be resumed by those
in the federal courts, as the Carter i wno have been active in the plea on
girl is a citizen of South Carolina.
The grand Jury, sitting here, will
probably also take notice of the mat
ter. In tbe meantime, a movement is on
foot to induce Dozier to resign his
office of superior court clerk of Ter
which the board has Just ruled.
An Old Fisherman of the Mississippi
Futility of Education.
An eminent hyslenn. lit a recent
convention of niilway surgeons in Phil
adelphia, said of a safety devl e that
ban averted ninny railway accidents:
"The advantage of this device is now
almost universally recotrnted. Indeed,
tbe rallrouder who disputes its advan
tages is as antiquated lis the old resl
denter who said:
" 'F.dleatlon be hanged Thnr's young
Bill Suiltliera took an engineeriu'
that make Marquette's Demon and its
roar look like a side show. For at one
time a black sturgeon grabbed Mr.
Leech's line, when be was out in a
rowboat, and started up to St. Paul
to see one. Most of the buffaloes
have been run out by the carp.
"Best time for fishing? I don't
know. I've had Just as good luck on
bad days as on good ones. When the
fish are hungry they will bite on any
sort of a day. I've caught big fish In
a snow storm, with the weather almost
at zero. When the river is frozen over
is as .good a time as any. I caught a
45-pound fish once through a hole in
IS-inch ice. On windy days the fish are
not so wary; thty don't scare so easily
then as on calm days. Catfish some
times go into hollow 'logs to lay their
epgs. When you find them there you
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filfei Mvers & Com
must play on. losing our principal
stake little by little or In splendid
rouleaux, as chance or our disposition
may urge, but knowing well that In
the end. soon or late, whatever re
mains of It will, be swept from the
board. Lucky the man who is tempo
ed to play but the one stake. Flappy
the man who In death loses only his
life. F. P. Dunne In American Maga
zine. VARNISHING DAY.""
with it. "I own up." said Mr. Leach, I p"1 a u'P nel OVPr entrance to the
"that it gave me the buck ague. It ! ov and stir "D tne fish wlth a 6tick-
was the first time a fish really bad me
then put np n slai on his
to iell "carriage"
- He Arouied Them,
When Snniuel S. 'oilier was preach
ing In an old log s- hoolliouse in John
son county, Missouri, In lo his con
gregation was iti1te small. One Sun
day nil were sitting at the desks for
ward near the pi'nchwn fl.Hir. The ser
pen was monotonous and the old log
seats had no backs. Observing the
sleepy, downcast look of the congrega
tion, the minister woke them up by
shouting, "Arouse, heaven Is not under
In that period. Captain Marryat was
only on the river one trip not long
enough to know what a Mississippi cat
fish really tastes like. Had his exper
ience broadened, fcls opinions would
have undergone a great change. Some
of the Mississippi's early explorers
had queer ideas about the big raffish
going! I was using a big gaff hook
and stout line. Suddenly it tightened
and the hoat commenced to move rapid
ly through the water. The fish headed
up stream, with a power that seemed
incredible. We had quite a long fight
before he gave up, and several times !nood so long- He is 1,1 ROoA circum
They will grab at a stick as viciously
as an angry dog, and if it's a pretty
big cat you're going to have some ex
citement before you land her."
Mr. Leach's cottage stands on an
eminence overlooking the great river
from which he has drawn his liveli-
it was an open question whether the
big fish or I would win. Finally he
gave up and I towed him ashore. He
was eight and one-half feet long and
his head was one-third larger than
a wooden water bucket. When he was
hauled out on the bank he looked as
big and formidable as a full grown
"When, as a boy, I started fishing
on the river the big fish were plenti
ful. There are cat, buffalo, croppy,
bass and salmon. There were no Ger
man carp in the river then. Nearly
A lazy man Is as useless as a dead
inn and taki np more room. Hab-berd
that patroled Its waters. When Mar- every week we would catch from two
queue's canoe was nearly upset by to four catfish that would weigh from
one he thought had run across the orig- 75 to 150 pounds. It would take two
inai sea f erpent. described by the In-1 men to handle them. There was al
dians as a "demon." and which caused j ways a good market for fish then at
the explorer to add "whose roar could a bit (12U cents rvwrnrt nnH irQ
be heard at a great distance, and who a little funny that that is j'ust about
would engulf them in the abyss where the r.rice von et tortar. md that wa1
over oO years ago. I commenced fish-
s'ances. is yet strong and hearty and
still loves the old stream with all the
fondness of a boy. He has seen not
Naw, Jim Leach of Hannibal has
spent the rise of CO Joyous years on
the river, and he can tell fish stories
Z.S7mQa3 k Co:
ROCK A JLAN D. ILL. JiC aS5 crs-
Try a cup of
the newest food drink
Made in the cup Served FREE to all.
Its fascinating flavor and the magic of its making sat
isfy both taste and purse.
Instant Postum is sold by all grocers.
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
ing in 1S58. and that has been mostly
my busniess ilnce, except when I
was bridge tender.
"The biggest catch I ever saw? Yes.
I remember it well. It was made by
Tommie O'Brien in the spring of '59.
I Tommie was tome fisherman, you
know. He swung his seine out in
Eagle slough the bay irp there, where
steamboats would go through when the
water was high. Well, when Tommie
went out In the morning to haul in
his net, he couldn't budge it It was
that full of fish. He had 'em corralled.
like a stockade for prisoners in time
I of war. It was a week before Tommie !
j could take out his net, and all that!
j time wagons from Hannibal and back j
I in the country would be driving out i
;and loading with the fish Tommie
! would hand out to them from the catch.
1 1 think there were nine or 10 wagon
j loads nine at least taken out before
I Tommie could haul out his net. People
i would come out in crowds to look at
i the catch. It got talked about in
! town, and some wouldn't believe it un-
I til they'd seen it. Tommie lived high j
! on what he made out of that and be-1
j came a noted citizen. j
J "Most of the big fish are caught
; on a trot-line. You use half a buffalo j
! for bait and a quarter-inch line. One:
j end is fastened to the Island and the i
iother anchored by a rock or piece of j
iron down stream. All the way down
50 to 300 hooks or more are nut on
the line, and you just follow the line i
in a rowboat, take off the fish, rebait
the hooks and drop the line in again.
Nowadays the big fit a run from eight
to 10 pounds, with an occasional cat .
weighing 23. The big 100-pounders j
are rare. It's a sight for sore eyes i
Wonderful Play Toys That Amuse the
Children of the Orient.
Europe and America turn out for the
edification of their children many in
genious toys, but the occidental yonug
sters have nothing to compare with the
strange expnnding water toys with
which the children of the far east
have for centuries amused themselves.
These are placed in small wooden
boxes similar to the little paint boxes
so often seen In our own country. They
have the appearance of soiled shavings,
broken matches and dilapidated tooth
picks, but when thrown into the water
ithe ingenious toys at once exhibit prop
erties that frhow them to be considera
bly more than mere bits of stick.
Tbe wood of these toys has been kiln
dried, and immediately It touches the
water it begins to absorb the water
and to expand almost indefinitely. As
It increases in size it separates and
suddenly opens, becoming a very pret
ty toy. One stick will change into a
flowerpot containing, it may be, a rose
bush In full bloom. Another becomes
an obese mandarin carrying nn um
brella. Still another will take.the form
of a sea serpent, very ferocious in its
Then, too, there are toys which show
as whales, tigers, crocodiles, etc. The
figures are colored and present a be
wildering variety in design and treat
ment. Their manufacture is a trade
secret, kept inviolate by the guild that
turns them out by the thousands.
For older children there are provid
ed larger and even more artistic fig
ures, consisting of historical charac
ters rulers, poets and soldiers and
dwarfed trees and tiny houses, whose
doors and windows ore full of inmates,
are also among this class. Tbe more
ordinary kind cost a mere song, but
the finer toys are quite expensive.
New York Press.
FAR DISTANT URANUS.
Will render hard water soft
Vill clean marble, tile,
and wooden floors
Will clean kitchen sinks
Will clean the clothe of a
Will wash fine linens' .
Will wash windows and
Will clean greasy scales
Will purify refrigerators
Will sweeten dairy vessels
Will kill dirt everywhere
Give It a Fair Trial
Use as Directed
Makes No Suds
Cleans the Dads
RUB-NO-? ORB COMPANY
Part Wayne, Indiana
Oddities a Visit to This Gigantio
Planet Would Disclose.
If Uranus, which Is a star of about
the sixth magnitude, were a planet
like those little ones called asteroids,
which are being discovered by the
dozen every year. It could not have
much clnlm upon popular attention,
but Uranus Is really u gigantic world,
more than sixty times as large as ours.
Its vast distance, about 1.700,000.000
miles from the earth. Is what causes
It to look so small.
Uranns has four moons, which re
volve backward in their orbit that is
to say, they revolve from east to west
around Uranus, while Uranus goes,
like all the other planets, from west to
east around the sun. It Is believed
that Uranus rotates backward on its
axis also. Moreover, tbe axis of that
! great, strange globe lies In utb a di-
rection that in tbe course of its year,
j which is equal to eighty-four of our
years, the sun shines almost perpen
; dlcularly first upon one pole and then
upon tbe other.
Measured by onr time standard,
j there are forty years of constant day
j light, followed by forty years of un
! broken night, around the poles of
' T"r-n n r, mrA t h nn riua In. th WMT
1 U I , t. .Y. . ' . ' - ' " " ' ' ' --
and sets in tbe east there, but tbe sun
looks very small when viewed from
Uranus only one fonrbundredth as
large as it appears to ns. Still it sheds
opon that planet 1 '0 times as much
light as the full moon sends to the
earth, so that daylight upon Uranus.
while faint compared with the blaze of
J a terrestrial noonday, is nevertheless
I very respectable kind of illumlna
The Game of Life.
Tbe game we are all ajTg Is a
losing game t Urst. Yet we must
play.. We cannot get up and leave the
table'knowlng the dice are centred and
the cards marked aaindt us. We
It Brings Many Surprises at the Eng
lish Royal Academy.
When the banging committee of tho
English Royal academy has completed
the work of "hanging." the artists
whose pictures are exhibited on the
academy walls are forwarded a piece
of pasteboard known as a "varnishing
card." This :ard Is the first Intima
tion the artist receives that his picture
has passed triumphantly throty. be
processes of Judging and 'hnc.uflr,"
and It allows him to visit the academy
on a particular day "varnishing day"
Just before the galleries are thrown
open to the pnblic. Hundreds of
knights of the brush are to be found
In the galleries of Burlington House
on "varnishing day," and here and
there are flights of steps and Impro
vised platforms covered with artists
putting the last loving touches to their
canvases. Here, perched on the top
rung of a pair of steps, is a young lady
with smiling face scraping her picture
with a palette knife and putting in
fresh spots of paint occasionally, while
on the floor at her feet Is a young man
whose features are the picture of mis
ery, his eyes roaming toward the cell
ing. His canvas Is hopelessly skied,
and he is silently abusing the members
of the hanging committee for their
lack of Judgment
"Varnishing day" brings many sur
prises to the exhibitors. One man will
find his canvas wrongly named, and
another, nn impressionist, may be star
tled to discover that bis glorious sun
set, over which he has taken so much
pains, is npslde down. And for tha
first time he realizes that an Impres
sionist's pictures can be turned about
nny way without greatly endangering
Turner had one of his paintings
hung npslde clown, and old academi
cians well remember that a little can
vas, "A Sleeping Naiad." was once, ow
ing to lace of space, placed on the wall
in an upright position and renamed
"The Waking Naiad." National Magazine.
nves on beetles such as are fonnd ea
the tree barks. It Is about three feet
long, measured from head to tall point
What makes It remarkable consists ot
two things Its hurried walk and Its
It carries a sort of natural umbrella
top about Its neck, which it elevates
suddenly with an alarming effect even
to ordinary lizard killing dogs, scaring
them as an umbrella opened In tbe face
of a charging bull; hence It Is called
the frilled lizard. Its teeth are not ot
much use as a defense against a rigor
ous animal, but when It fights It uses
Its long, lithe tall In a way to bring
long bruises on one's hands In fact
could it be properly trained. It might
serve as an automatic switch, which,
like the magic rub-a-dub-dub stick,
would at the word administer a thrash
ing to the disobedient child.
From the scientific point of view the
creature's peculiar method of ambula
tion Is most Interesting, because it pre
sents an absurdly grotesque appear
ance at such times, more especially
from the rear. It walks blpedally or on
two feet, like a bird, and so mncta does
it resemble a bird In Its walk that It
seems to be the connecting link be
tween the ancestors ot birds and the
lizards of today.
FUNNY FRILLED LIZARD.
Carries an Umbrella, Has a Whip Tail
and Walks Like a Bird.
The frilled lizard Is found In Austra
lian woods, being tolerably abundant
In north Queensland and the Klrnber
ley district of Westurn Australia. It
A Real Disciplinarian.
The other night we heard a father
speak thusly: "William, your mother
tells me that you must have a dose of
castor oil before retiring tonight It
Is your bedtime now. Take your medi
cine and go to bed at once."
"But, papa, I don't wanta take no
"You must take It and immediately."
"Aw, pupa, Idowa uteri"
"William, if you don't take that med
icine I'll put you right to bed this min
ute without giving you a drop of It"
William was so scared that he took
it That's the way to enforce lscl
pline. Cleveland Plain Dealer. ,
An image impressed upon the retina
of the eye remains there an apprecia
ble time. This is the reason why a
torch swung rapidly seems to be a cir
cular flame. The sensibility of the
retina, is different at different times of
the day. Every one has noticed how
on waking in the morning nnd looking
at the bright window, then closing the
eyes, he will observe nn impression or
phantom of the window for an appre
ciable time after his eyes are closed.
"And what's your reason for Increas
ing the servants' wages, pray?" her
"Because my husband complained
that my dress and millinery bills
equaled the household expenses, and I
want to show him they do not" Lon
don Tit Bits.
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many Heart. Stomach, and Luna; Troubles Alao Ner
vous lbllly. Weiknuw, Loss of Vigor, all run down.
Var1co Veins. Kldr.ey, Biuddr, Hlood and Skin Dis
ease at vry io- rts. Call at office once. Vou can
return home aame day.
XX70'M"S''M and children ahould take our trHal
tr-atm-ntj for lun-. heart, atmaeh,
rntumatle and rvoua dlnrasea. 17 year In Davenport.
Hour: 10 to 13, t to 4. and Tuesday and Saturday eve
nings, 7 to I, alao Sunday morning- from 10 to It a. to.
CAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
124 W. Third Bt-. over Adams Eznreaa Co. Bunmrt t.