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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1902.
Showers tonight and Sun
day; slightly cooler Sunday
afternoon or night.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m. 55; at
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Steel ranges at "VYilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
".Union made shoes at Battles.
Insurance, C. E. Taylor & Son.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Bead V. J. Moeller's ad on page 7.
Cincho Relief Tonic always cures.
Couches at $3.50. H. F. Corde. Dav
For real estate and insurance, E.
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros
Last call for souvenirs at Young $.-Mi-Combs
Concord grapes 15 cents per basket
at Hess Bros, this evening.
Brussels carpet at 35 cents per yard
at H. F. Conies', Davenport.
All wool ingrain carpet at 40 cents
at H. F. Conies', Davenport.
Chamber suits, large bevel glass,
for $10, at H. F. Cordes. Davenport.
Iron beds for $1 at II. F. Cordes',
216-21S West Third street, Davenport.
A carload of buffets and china cloh
cts just unpacked at Clemanii : Sal
mann's. This evening at Young S- McCombs.
last call for souvenirs with a pur
chase of $1 or over.
Buy Riverside oaks; they are in use
by the best families in the city. For
sale at Daid Don's.
Just received, a carload of combin
ation bookcases and library cases at
Clemaim & Salzmann's.
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, 303 Twentieth street.
Iliverside oaks, the cheapest and
best stove to use while hard coal is
so high. For sale at David Don's. .-
The Woodmen of South "Rock Island
will hold their next dance Oct. '25 at
their hall. Good music. Take it'in.
Hubbard Dooley last evening enter
tained about twenty of his young
friend at his home, 2402 Seventh ave
Prompt delivery and ' good coa!
brought - the Mueller Lumber com
pany the extensive patronage which
One hundred baskets of Concord
grapes, received late this afternoon,
to be" sold at 15 cents a basket at
Yort are cordially invited to attend
the 4Cth anniversary ball given by the
Rock Island i'urner society Saturday
evening, Oct. 25.
Attend the Orma club dances. Tur
ner halL Davenport, every Saturday
and Sunday evening. Admission, 23
cents. Ladies free.. .
Dr. Crissman last evening enter
tained the Bashful Six at progressive
cinch. His office, in which the party
met, was tastefully decorated for the
The Mueller Lumber company car
ries in stock the celebrated Spring
field, Canton, Alden and Carterville
smokeless and sorento coals. 'I'h'one
The entertainment, the "DeestricT
Schule," which was to have been giv
en at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium last
night, was postponed until next
Riverside oak, best mounted oak;
made well, keeps a continuous fire
with less coal than any oak made.
You will save money by using it. For
sale at David Don's.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot,
south, 1.014; north. 1,025. Teams,
south, S05; north, soo. Street cars,
south, 170; north. 170.
John S. Adams, of this city, and
Miss Bona A." Barney, of Swedona.
were married last evening"at 7 o'clock
it the parsonage of the First Meth
odist church. Rev. 1. R. 'Williams oh-
ciating. ' "
The Noon Day Host. club is to hold
a meeting Monday . afternoon at '.!
o'clock in room 13 at the high school.
Mrs. I'hll Mitchell will preside, and
there will be addresses by ladies fa
miliar with the work in Chicago and
other cities. The attendance of all
interested in the movement is urged.
The Aetna's Twentieth century ac
cident insurance policy pays $10,050
double benefits and $5,025 single ben
efits. The ladies of Sacred Heart parish
are to give a card party at the church
hall. Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
Twenty-eighth street, Tuesday after
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Refresh
ments will be served. Friends are is -vited,
both ladies and gentlemen.
The Mueller Lumber company, a
Third nvenue and Twenty-fourth
street, carries a full line of soft coals
that it is selling at very reason
able prices. Call at t,he office or call
up telephone 1511 west.
Watch our ad Monday for the great
couch sale; 10 per cent discount from
our usual low prices. You will have
123 couches to pick from. This saie
begins Monday and will last one week
only. Clemann & Salzmann.
Lightning last evening struck the
wires connecting with the electric
piano at Cowden's saloon on Twenty
first street and the- instrument was
wrecked. The inmates of the place
were slightly dazed for a time, but
no further damage was done.
The entire plant of the Rock Island
Plow' company closed down last
night, although official information
is that the operations will be resum
ed at the expiration of 10 days. The
failure of crops in the south and a
good supply of stock on hand is given
as the reason for the suspension of
The Rock Island high school foot
ball team left this morning in a spe
cial coach for Clinton, where the
boys play this afternoon with the
high school team from that city.
Coach Brown and Profs. Kent and
Morrison accompanied the team. .The
list of men includes the first and sec
ond . teams of the local school and
smne of the younger men will possi
bly be given a chance to play.
Dr; II. M. Sherman, general travel
ing agent of the accident department
of the western agency of the Aetna
Life. Insurance company, is at the
Harper-house. He is meeting with
good success among the business and
professional men with the Aetna's
new accident and combination health
policies. This is conceded to be the
finest accident ami health policy
written by any company in the Tin
ted States. He will remain here one
week lonirer. Dr. Sherman is here to
adjust, the accident claim of Charles
Xew Panel of Jarora.
The following panel of pet tit juror.-,
was drawn in the office of Circuit
Clerk Gamble yesterday to report in
the. circuit court Monday, Oct. 27,
when the criminal cases will be taken
Black Hawk F. H. Caldwell, (icorg
Henderer, Henry Hurley, Robert
Kane, (ieorge Clark, Warren Burn
ham, Ferrell Goble.
Cordova F. W. Hubbard.
Edgington Harry Millet t.
Hampton -Irvin Cox, Henry Frelx,
John Oltinan; Emanuel Peterson.
Molim William Bcnscnbcrg, Fred
Bergman, William Arnberg, John
Swanson, Alfred Lundeen. II. II. Mc
Keever, C. A. Berglund. O. M. Stowe,
A. C. Meline. Frank Dillon, E. S. Mc
Donnel. C. E. Battles.
.. Rock Island Herman Mvers, S. T.
South Moline Walter Davis, Charles
Rude, William Shoal, Bert Truxell,
(Jeorge Schultz, George Sargenson.
South Roek Island Ben Dunlap,
James Crosby, C. ,1. Donovan, William
iAicas, Stephen Honldworth, Joht:
Kunkel, Andrew Hammer, F. M. GolT,
Do Good It Tar.
A Chicago man has observed that,
"Gooddeedsarebetterthan real estate
deeds some of the latter are worth
less. Act kindly and gently, show
sympathy and lend a helping hand.
You cannot possibly lose by it." Most
men apjreciate a kind word and en
couragement more than sustantial
help. There are persons in this com
munity who will truthfully say: "My
good friend, cheer up. A few doses
of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy will rid you of your cold, and
there is no danger whatever from
pneumonia when you use that medi
cine. It always cures. I know it for
it has helped me out many a tune.
Sold by all druggists.
JOHN A. NOEDGREN HELD
IN CHICAGO FOB. MURDER
John A. Nordgren, formerly - em
ployed in the shoe shop of B. Schroc
der, on Perry street, Davenport, is
held for murder in Chicago, on the
charge of killing his wife. A Chicago
paper prinls 1 he following:
"John A. .Xordgren was held to the
grand jury yesterday on the recom
mendation of a coroner's jury, su.i
Iected of having poisoned his wife
Oft. 4 liv o-ivin.r her whisky contain
ing strychnine. His attorney, Albert
Bernstein, says he has abundant evi
dence to clear his client from al!
blame in his wife's dealh.
"Mrs. Ellen Xordgren died Oct. 2 in
an ambulance on the way to the coun
ty hospital. She was taken ill at her
room, 32S Wells street, about 9:0
o'clock, suffering from convulsions.
Dr. Reichman and Dr. Anderson were
called and gave her emetics, but fad
ed to relieve her. She told her land
lady, Mrs. Sarah Arnold, that her
husband had been to see her th.it.
night and repeated to all who at
tended her that she had taken whisky
from a flask which he had given her,
saying it would make her sleep.
"Nordirren irave himself nn the next
day, and, accompanied by his lawyer.
attended both sessions of the mques.
identifying his wife's body a week
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
Place your order with us and get
the purest and richest ice cream in
the tri-cities. Thone West 1241. Tri-
City Milk & Butter company, Rock
Danger Height, Change,
Line 8 a. m. 24 hour
Feet Feet Feet
St. Paul 14 1.8 -0.1
Ked Wing 14 l.l -o.l
Reeds Landing 12 0 8 0.0
Lacrosse 12 1.9 0.1
Prairie du Chien 18 15 -0.1
Dubuque 15 8.4 0.0
Le Claire 10 1.2 0.1
Davenport 15 3.0 0.3
Des Moines Rapids 2 3 0 0
Keokuk 15 4 8. -0.2
St. Louis 30 15 4 0.0
Kansas City SI 12.3 -0.7
The Winona was in and out anil the
Lizzie Gardner and Waunettu went
The stage of water was ..I5 at a.
m. and 3.05 at noon. The tempera
ture at noon was 05.
Parties desiring to secure offices in
the new Ixtndon buildiug are invited
to confer with the owners. Offices
with steam, sanitary plumbing and
ventilation and contain every mod
ern improvement. There will be three
suites. Sax & Rice.
: The funeral of Charles Lanaghan
occurred this morning from his late
home at 3515 Fifth avenue to Sacred
Heart church, where seriees were
conducted by Rev. Father Lockney.
Interment was at St. Marguerite's
cemetery, Davenport. The pallbear
ers were Patrick Dowdel. Frank
Downes, William Beckwith, Henry
Wynes, Marshall lhieas and Albert
Studer, all Tri-City railway employes.
The funeral of Julius Goetz will be
held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
from the late home on Tenth street
to St. Mary's Catholic church. In
terment Avill be at Calvary cemetery.
Howdy. Mr. Indian, with a blanket on
It's likely that you haven't saved a
Your humble domicile has gone completely
And you have never thought of paying
You have a natural enmity to water and
Tour alcoholic habit's a disgrace:
You borrow your tobacco, and you mum
ble and you mope
And are wholly a discredit to your race.
Yet when the season's afterthought makes
radiant the scene.
And Bummer comes to fling a farewell
And earth, and sky are blending In a har
To bring about a day of perfect bliss.
They say, " TIs Indian summer" and
your pride. I understand
These rations are a tribute and your
If you invented Indian summer, generous
Mr. Indian, I take off my hat to you.
The Sister I have become engaged
The "Brother Whatever induced you
to do that?
The Sister Why, Fred, of course!
under GERMAN LAWS,
is Excellent for
Gout, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
OR. RICHTEK'S worid-Kenownea
N'onejnuinejrithout Trade Mrt "Anchor.1
pne well-known person's letter out of many-.
Brooklyn. New York Julv 109 1896.
un the STrencnn ot ine
wonderful relief ITiave ob-'
tained from Rheumatismjby
the use of yourlANCHOR RalM
EXPELLER" I can conscien
tiously recommend if. '
lUCt CAPTAIN 5UH. rHtCT.
nnsl Cll u oil -....rtm A. wA..a
V"v ua wvv wa. aaa ui uftftiavu VI uiivhu
r.Ai. Bichter ft Co., 215 Petri St, "New lork J
36 HIGHEST JBS. AWARDS.
Recommended by prominent 1'hu-
Z V. aiciuna, n noieeate ana tielaxl
IrA - Pruptjtats. Mmistera.ete.
He ware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Hanner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For salo by all
The most popular $3.00 Hat
Bring your head and we can lit you.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
levee More Shop
No matter if you do not want to fit up the whole house, there will always be something you need to make
your home more attractive. Perhaps you have a Bed-room to furnish, or else the Parlor wants a new
ess. If you have any home needs, come to us and we wiil give you the best results.
Fit up the House and be Happy.
Carpet or Parlor Suit. The old Range may have served its usefulness
These Special Low Prices Only for the Balance of Our ANNIVERSARY SALE:
LACE CURTAINS AND CURTAIN
GOODS AT 20 PER CENT
The sensational sale of two promi
nent lac- curtain makers, entire sur
plus . fstock purchased by us and put
on sale In our large drapery depart
ment. This will be a great money-saving-
curtain buying opportunity. .of
Over 100 styles of Nottingham and
S;ixoiiy rurtains of the best foreign
and domestic manufactures at great
hm-palii prier-tt, from j f
tt.uO. down to 4DC-
Also a variety of ru filed curtains at
Hctu.illy lfs than ihe priee of nia-
ti tetial useil ior pair, 54. 1)8, flCr
$3.50. $2.4. $1.75 and . lOC
follovvins? table of comparative
will give ;;n ,lrla of the nioney-P-iiliiitit-sof
$22.53 Curtiina, $20.00, $18.00
$16.53 Curtains, $14.80,
$13.50 Curtains, $12.00,
$ 6.00 Curtains. $ 6.00,
$ 4.50 Curtains, $ 4X0,
Portieres of Tapestries, double faoeil. '
fringed top and bottom C (
price per pair OlD
Genuine Arabian Curtains. I'reneh
hand made Thread Arabian Cur
tains Challenge prices are V, 73
styles from pair, C (f
$12-.C0 to U.t'U
Rone Portjeres,' beautiful colors. Ted.
bine aint .green shades, choiew line
from 5 15.00. . .
1C0 stylos of 3-pnnol screens, new de
siirns of fancy Silkoline coverings
from SJ.r.O or
''J"" 1 o 1.0
am? ii r- T
Very r'esirrble Volv.-t
grc-tMiS i.Jid reds, wiie
j)i ii c. per yard
A l-irpii- and well nrsrrt-d line of the
durable- Dobson. Smith Punlop
. "Wilton Velwt Caraeta rediol for
rhl.s siV to.
pe:: janl . . . '.
Our new fall 'patterns of Royal WiJ
tons and l.-sl rrr:1e Hody Hrussels
l: j:ig!ow.-.. Whitta!!s and LkjwcIIs
fix9 $5.40 9x12
9x10.6 $10.50 9x11.3
!" Klegant Couches; tjupt like cut),
massive and strong. heavy oak
frames, deeply tufted tops, cover
ings of finest Imported velours, the
bfst construction throughout, guar
anteed sanitary. I-rom
$18."0 down to
f every style and every price. COO
styles to choose from, we show and sell
ns many stoves as a!! other dealers
c ombined in the Tri-Cilies. Kvery stove
sold is guaranteed to givo r-ti?faction
or riionpy refunded. Wo se! for cash
or on easy payments, cail on us, it
costs you nothing to look.
Inrge Family Range, heavy molded
castings, large oven and iir" box.
foot oven door op?ner. supiorted
top. warranted not to warp, patented
broiler attachment, nil modern im
provements. Is one of our most sat
isfactory ranges, and has our guar
antee to cook and bake equal to mot
. expensive makes
as a leader ....
THIS OAK HEATING STOVE
Ornamental design, well constructed
and first class heaters in every
sense of the word.' This Is a popular
Oak pattern and Just the thing for
quick, hot fires. Coal or wood can
le used. From $16.25 CO QQ
down to itfO
The stove that solves the coal prob
lem burns soft coal perfectly
nicely nickeled and every modern
Improvement worth $6. CM JC
our price giiid
- Odd lots of mattingr to close the sea
son'?, stock. New oil cloths and linole
ums. Our irices are always the low
est in these goods, which accounts for
our exceptionally heavy business in
these lloor coverings.
6x9 $15.00 8.3x10.6 . . $31.00
Jtromley Smyrna Rugs.
26x54 reduced to $1.15
30x60 reduced to $1.30
36x72 reduced to $2.15
I?tx?y Hrussels Rags.
8.3x10.6 $19X0 9x12 $26.C0
4 bales or rugs, worth $3.75,
on sale at ..............
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i Sis ' Sf rJJih
An I'xtraordinpry Steel Range offer
(see cut) has high warming closet,
; . , I r 1 ....1.1 .-..11 . .1 .. , 1 V
I lli.tut Vfl 1 1. l v;'i i.-ht- i,i..mt iia.i
every knov. n Improvement." superior
III K IJ1 .ill ... 1. tl.ru
ial ' round -corner scroll design
lxd. all colors, embellished with
handsome design always sild
at $6.75 special price,
Special extra heavy pillar bed, brass
' top rods and knobs, fancy s.-roll de-vir-n
i-intf-r. unlv made in full si;-.e n
special lot in four colors a
$12.75 bed price
tDt.i, ii-tr.-iss teds. large 2-inch
TiUim-v iare-e mounting and
choice of two
We Have the facilities for handling
all Kinds of Shade worll. Get our
Prices. . & tft:
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ETE HOUSE FURNISHERSI
32.326,328 Brady St.DAVfN PORT.IOWA-
Sewing Machines of all Kinds. 0 0
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