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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1904.
Get Our Fr Book First ' The "Stay Satisfactoryl&nge CLThc fire-box lasts longer Localise Monarch require least fuel. Less fire needed Vou can't efford to buy a ranee until you know all about a Monarch. Ask us for tr.s book; STATE WHES you intend tobuy.and we will send also a set of Measuring Spoons, rostpaid. AI-LKI.S3 Mrtllettble Jrnn. RnnicCo. Heaver Jjam, K wcorurfn. DAVENPORT DOTS Luverne, Minn., notified the sheriff ! that he had arrested Jesse Follets at Ithat place. 1 to lwat the top. The steel f) f body with malleable iracies r :' " YTfS-f riveted air-tight keeps the Ci;v3rJJ3 LTr Every Monarch hand mada works a. wall In t:r.iy years as arhsn new. All sizes, different arr-.tiirsinents for city or country horr.es, also fjr hoteia and public institutions. See l!iem ami they will prove to you that tliey save fuel and repairs. W. S. HOLBROOK, Davenport, Iowa. Srcade Cigar wSVorg JOHN P. SEXTON. Harper House Block. R.ock Island Agent for Paine's Perfect Pipe See the smoke chamber (A A). .All nicotine and dust stop there. The bowl can be lifted out of the pipe and cleaned while lighted. Stem cannot clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your nerves or burn your tongCie. Made of French briar.. You get on;y pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe. We will be pleased to show them to you. ! V;:, --;y. r. --A i 1 :....-, I'm-1'.1 : X66" Lost in Adm.ira.tion. That is what yo;i will in- if you sc l.ct yuiir i'.ip is from ur stook. as wt aim in K1 t tin- i-xi-lnsivi- sab- in tin- city f tin- ln-st r-.-i is i t"af t iirf-rs in tlif Imsi- mss. W't- alsn carry a liirjje line of Ii lorteil I'nin-ri mill the IhnI in iIoiim-mI le kooiIm. -:vi n 1 1 1" cli'-ap p:in-rs art- ai (istif. I'riiis i-tin I'mm cents to $2' I.i r lull. 'ait ami In- cinivii! 1. Wf alsii carry a full lint- of inmiMings of all kimls. Seventeenth Street. New 'phone .".-i:!. Old 'phone 721 X. PAR.IDON SL SON. 419 si:vi:nti:i:nth stheet. New 'phone r.SIX Old 'phone 721 X. Chicago Dental Company OFFICE 1617'2 SECOND AVENUE. INSURANCE. t Painless Extracting vnd removal of nerves done by us, and the beet and most careful treatment given to all cases. READ THIS: We have a patent thin elasti plate Irfith natural gums that fit in all eaefr twd when others fail. We ue no cheap material in our office for our work is ell guaranteed to be equal to the high est priced dentists and to be firt class la every respect. Notice our prices be low, they are always the fame: CLEANING FREE. Cement Filling $ .25 Gold Platinum Filling 50 Silver Filling 50 old 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 Others 5.00 OJTI ICE 1607, SECOND AVENUE. Over Speidel's Drug Store. DR. S. C. MARSHALL. CXX3COOCOOCKXXXX50000000COOO Tri-City Transfer and Fuel Co. Hauling and moving ot all ldnd3, large or small at reason able rates. Daily wagons to Moline and Davenport. We also handle the best grades of hard and soft coal. A portion of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. New 'phone 5464, old 545. O Office, 215 Twentieth Street, X Rock Island, III. S 5 OOOCOOOOCOCOOOOCXX)OCOOOOCa Charles E. Hodgson, Fire Insurance Agency. Established 1874. American Ins. Co Newark, X. J Continental Ins. Co New Yorl Agricultural Ins. Co New York Traders' Ins. .Co Chicago. Ill Williamsburg Ins. Co New Yorl Xew Hampshire Ins. Co. .X. Hampshire Xorth German Ins. Co Xew Yort American Ins. Co .Philadelphia. Pa Security Ins. Co. . . .Xew Haven, Conn Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111 Office, room 3, JJuford block. Rates as low as consistent with security. The case of John Dillon, a work man at the Mueller Lumber company's plant at Cook's Point vs. the company kin for $lo." for the loss of a finger tip which was caught and nip- cd oil in a collision between a log and the log carriage at the mill, came o an abrupt end. After the evidence for the plaintiff had all been submitted a morion to instruct the jury to find for the defendant was made by Mr. Sus enrlhl, who appeared for the Mueller Lumber company in conjunction with Alfred C. Mueller, and the court promptly sustained it. Tr.e grounds were that the plaintiff had not offered sufficient evidence to justify his claim for damages. o Long continued grief over the drown ing or a son several years ago. o gether with the uncertainties of life in us world, fu preyed upon the mind of Sreffen H. Moeller. a shoemaker re- iding at 1213 Fulton avenue in Mt. Ida. that he attempted suicide Tuesday night. After the family retired, Mr. Moeller went into the kitchen and tightlv closed all the doors, turned on the gas find laid down to die. Some time later a daughter was awakened by the odor of the escaping gas. She rushed to the kitchen and there found her father lying unconscious upon the floor. Her screams aroused the other members of the family as well as the nearby neighbors. Medical assistance was summoned and after several hours or worK on tne part 01 tne attending physician, the patient was pronounced out of danger. After the police had been searching for him since 2:20 o'clock Monday af ternoon. Asmus Junker tricks was found dead in a stable in the rear of the house of Gottlieb Xabel on Green treets between Second and Third streets, i he old man leit his home at 1040 West Third street at 2:20 o'clock Monday afternoon under unusual cir cumstances. He left his coat, his money, and his watch on the table. contrary to his usual custom. When be did not return Monday night the familv grew alarmed and notified the police. As Mr. Ericks had been in ill health and had been complaining very much ot late, the tear or the tamny was that li" had left his valuables at home and had gone off to take his own life. The police and neighbors hunted for him Tuesday and Wednesday, but failed to find any trace of him until ho was discovered lying dead in the Xa bel stable on Green street. By his side lay a bottle which had contained car bolic acid, and his lips were scarred by the tierv poison, evidencing the fact of his suicide. The man had been dead probably since the middle of Monday ifternoon. Wednesday the police toe.ml a man tied hand and foot with a gag in his mouth, lying in the alley in the rear of Lindsay Pitt's resort on East Fifth street. The man was released by Of ticer San ford and Detective Freers. and told a story which caused the arres of Oscar Men-it t. William Walker George Rarnes, George Lindsay and John Veal, all colored, on the charge of vagrancy. The man's identity has not been revealed by the police, and ht was no; present in police court when the colored sextet were tried Whether a robbery was perpetrated or a simple assault was committed could not be learned, but the case has mystery m it wiucti the ponce are en deavoring to unravel. J. M. BUFORD GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. The old fire and time tried companies represented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED Circuit Court Orders. LAW. Sept. 22. 2C, Free administrator vs. DeSilva. Case. Motion by defendant to strike bill of particulars and for rule on plaintiff to file new bill of par ticulars denied. C!). Cooley vs. Rock Island Sash & Door Works. Case. Trial proceeds. 207, Smith vs. Jennings. Case. De- endant called and defaulted. iXi, Ward vs. S. M. Arndt company. ppeal by defendant. Rule discharg ed defendant having complied with same. CHANCERY. Sept. 22. 134. Okerberg, et al vs. Almgren. et a I. Partition. Motion by defendant to set aside sale. Motion by complainants and defendants to strike answer and affidavit of Sorling from files. ITS, Powlekoueski vs. Powlekoueski. Divorce. Defendant called and defaulted. 2m). Benson vs. unknown heirs of Anderson. Bill to quiet title. Defend ant called and defaulted. Cause re ferred to master. COPYRiomt "Up Agin" a Good Thing a man when he commences to patronize the American Steam Laundry. "The best laundry I ever struck is what those who Indulge in a little slang would ay. Rut cntre nous if you want your linen as faultless aa when you first bought it, in color and finish, we will guarantee to do It to your aat isfaction every time. Careful hand ling and artistic work are among our up-to-date methods. AMERICAN &TEAM LAUNDRY. Twelftk Street avad nftk Atmic. TiM 123S Hugo C. Vollertsen. junior member of the well-known bicycle firm of Myers & Vollertsen. 112 East Fourth street, died yesterday at St. Luke hospital. Mr. Vollertsen was about town all day Wednesday, being engag ed in collecting for his lirm. He had been in poor health for some time, be ing a suuerer trom lung trouble. I pon the advice of his physician he was preparing to go to Colorado to spent the winter, being in hopes that a dry t-r climate would benefit him. The only relatives of the deceased in this city is a brother. Charles Vollertsen, be ing the well-known wire inspector am operator in the Western Union Tele graph office. The mother of the young man lives in Niagara. S. D. o While walking to the home of her daughter. Mrs. Jacob Felger. of 140 Taney street, slipped on the sidewalk in front of her home, and in falling fractured her ankle. The right limb turned under her in falling and both bones snapped at the ankle, making a painful fracture. Mrs. Felger is years of age, and her injury will lay her up for a long time. She was pick ed up by persons who saw her fall and was carried to her home. Dr. J. H. Kulp was called and reduced the fractures making her as comfortable as possible COURT HOUSE RECORD. MOLINE MENTION Invitations have been issued by Mrs. Lena Berlin of 314 Fifth street for the wedding of her daughter. Miss Anna Berlin, to Frank Wheelock, which takes place Monday afternoon. The bride is one of the popular clerks ol the Union store, where she has been employed for some time, and the groom. Frank R. Wheelock, living at 1: 15 Eighth avenue. Miss Selma Rahn and Pearl E. Greg ory were united in marriage Wednes day evening at S o'clock at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gregory. 149 Fifth avenue. The ceremony was witnessed only by the immediate relatives and was perform ed by Rev. C. E. Hoffsten. pastor of the Grace Lutheran church of Rock Island. The attendants were Miss Helen Gregory, a sister of the groom, and Melvin Rallard. Congratulations followed the ceremony and then a sumptuous wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory will reside with the groom's parents for some time. He holds the position of foreman at the Vilie Carriage works. In County Court. Sept. 22. Estate of Peter Cirstens. Due proof of publication ami posting of notices for presentation of claims- filed. Inventory filed and aDDroved. Estate of Florence Adell White. Claim of Frank T. White allowed in class 7 at $177.04. Estate of Sarah Elizabeth Bedford. Claim of Dr. E. Bradford allowed in class 5 at $7. Report, of sale of real estate to pay debts filed and approved and sale approved. In the matter of Rudolph Kain et al. minors. Request of Carl A. Kain and Otto C. Kain. minors over 14 years of age, for the appointment of Hattie Kain as their guardian filed. Petition by Hattie Kain for letters of guardian ship filed. Guardian's oath taken ami filed. Bond of Hattie Kain in the sum of $:,402 filed and approved and let ters of guardianship issued to her. Estate of Porter Skinner. Apprais er's report of value of estate for the purpose of assessing state inheritance tax approved. Order fixing amount of said state inheritance tax upon lega cies ami inheritances. In re guardianship of Stephen and Roy A. Miller, minors. Petition by guardian for sale of ward's real estate. Proof of posting notices and service of said notice on said minors filed and approved. Estate of Porter Skinner. Proof oficelent mailing judge's notice to all persons known to be interested in the appraise ment of property of said estate and the assessment of the state inheritance or succession tax thereon filed. Certi fied copy of order fixing tax delivered to county treasurer. Estate of Alexander Glockhoff. Pe tition by Katherine Glockhoff for let ters testamentary filed. Petition grant ed. Executrix's oath taken. Individ ual bontl of said Katherine Glockhoff as such executrix filed and approved. Security thereon being waived in and by said sale and letters testamentary issued to her. Heirs of Eric Okerberg, his sons and daughters, have filed objections to the recent auction sale of the Third ave nue real estate. Alex Sorling bought the property for $12.5oo and the heirs allege inadequacy of price as their reason for the litigation. Objection is filed in court to the report of the sale as made by the master in chancery and based upon this the heirs are go ing to make a fight to annul the trans action and repeal the deal. A. J. Kucheman has let the contract for the erection of his building to Peter Peterson for the sum of $10.fMH) and work will be commenced at once. The building will be modern in every respect and the contract calls for its completion by Jan. 1, 1905. The block is to be erected on the north side of Fifth avenue, just west of Twenty third street. The building will be two stories high and the basement will b S feet deep. The interior will be finish ed with hard wood and the front will be made of pressed brick of a dark brown color. A steam heating plant will be installed and the building will be light. d with gas and electricity. t. L. Light, lor many years super intendent of the Mutual Wheel com pany in this city, and lately transfer red to Metropolis. 111., to become gen era! manager of the Metropolis Spoke works, has resigned his position to ac- offer from the Banner Bugg company, at St. Louis. Mr. Light be comes superintendent ami general manager of a wheel ami bending plant which will soon be erected in St. I .on is. Real Estate Transfers. Sept. 22. M. M. Sturgeon to Joseph Scherrer, lot 0, block 1, Twenty-first street add., Rock Island, $1,250. George W. Bedford to J. L. C. Kramer, s 34 feet, lot 6, block C, Chi cago or Ixnver add.. Rock Island. $775. Sarah L. Dart to Katherine M. Gieseker, n 10 feet, lot 10. A. C. Dart's sub-div.. out lot 2. J. W. Spencer's Third add.. Rock Island. $300. Mary A. Dart to Katherine M. Giese ker, s 15 feet, lot 9. A. C. Dart's sub div.. outlot 2. J. W. Spencer's Third add., Rfck Island. $450. G. W. Mitchemto W. H. Geer. eV. lot 4. block 7. Thompson & Wells' add., Rock Island. $2,ooo. Simon Lewis to Isaac Levenstine, undiv. 14. lot 11, block 172, East Mo line, $1. Mary A. Dart to Emma Sehenebrick er. s 25 feet of n 35 feet, lot 9, A. C. Dart's sub-div., outlot 2, J. W. Spen cer's Third add.. Rock Island, $750. R. A. Smith to C. 11. Pope, et al., lot 14 and s 30 feet of lot 15, R. A. Smith's add.. Rock Island, $000. C. O. Lewis to C. H. Pope, et al.. tract by metes and bounds, se', nw",, C, 17, lw, $1,800. R. A. Smith to C. H. Pope, et al., tract by metes and bounds, se'i, nw1;, 0. 17, lw, $:;hi. R. A. Smith to C. H. Pope, et al.. tract by metes and bounds, se'i. nw' ,, G, 17, lw, $300. After a chase extending over four weeks Sheriff McArthur has succeed ed in capturing the cattle thieves who stole IS head of prime steers from Henry Knacke. a Clinton county farm er. Mr. Knacke had his steers pastur ed on the other side of the Wapsie in Scott county near the town of Dixon. The thieves cooly landed the cattle on board cars at Sunbury. in Cedar coun ty, after having driven them that far. and shipped them into Chicago, where they were sold and the money divided. Suspicion rested upon Jesse Follets. whose mother resides near the Wap sie in Liberty township, because he dis appeared after the robbery, and also upon Henry Woods, a companion, who was a'.so among the missing. A de scriation of these two men was sent Licensed to Wed. Harvey Guy Clinton, Miss Julia Marshall Clinton Iowa Iowa O'out. and ultimately Sheriff Black, of IN THE SUBURBS. CARBON CLIFF. Carbon Cliff, Sept. 23. George Rausch, supervisor from Buffalo Prai rie, visited in the Cliff last Wednes day. Mrs. Ward Baker, of Edgington, visit de last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Watson. George Freary, from Denver, Col., spent last week vith his brother Ed Freary. Miss Jennie Bishop, of Eliza, has been visiting with Mrs. Claus Hansen. Rev. J. L. Wood preached his fare well sermon here Sunday morning. Harry McPherson and family have moved back to Illinois City, after liv ing at the Cliff for over a year. Mrs. Hansen is attending the county fair at Aledo this week. John Schiotfeldt. living on Sixteenth street yesterday lost his mind through tin? effects of an illness extending over several weeks' time. Mr. Schiotfeldt. at noon, entered the police station and asked to be given a gun. When asked what he wanted it for he replied: "To shoot these spirits; they're following me." It was seen that the man was mentally unbalanced and shortly after wards he was placed under detention. In the afternoon he was taken to Mercy hospital, Davenport, to receive the proper treatment. The annual reunion of Companies H and K. of the 51st Illinois was held Wednesday with H. C. Trent, at Port Byron. M. R. Metzgar. who was with Company II during the civil war. was present from this city with his wife. The other members of Company II present were from Port Byron and vi cinity: Robert Rowland. George Spaid and wife, J. S. Allen and wife, H. C. Trent, wife and three daughters. From Company K there were Comrades W. H. Chenowith and Fred Thompson. The latter's wife was also present. Jasper Hendrickson, of Cleveland. Ohio, has written the police depart ment asking for any information which they can give of his brother, Andres Hendrickson, whome he last heard of 20 years ago. Andres then lived in this city. On investigation it was learned that Andres Hendrickson lived here for a number of years and that he was a blacksmith in the employ of Deere & Co. He was related to August Paul son through marriage. He died five years ago. - o Sparks started plenty of smoke but little fire on the roof of A. O. Hull man's Clear laundry building on Fif teenth street near Sixth avenue yester day. The alarm was turned into the stations correctly but box 20 was blown at the waterworks and the error gave the hook and ladtler boys from Xo. 1 station a run to Eleventh street and Eleventh avenue because at the time they were out on an exercise run and were guided by the waterworks alarm instead of by the alarm turned in at the stations. The Stomach is the Man. A weak stomach weakens the man, because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment. Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach. A weak stomach cannot di gest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach, and cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach trouble. Sold by all drug- glSUL awsa.iii m . in. 1 mv ii'iw!l 1 s ' . 1 J ' naamasMiniimai ma W " " 1 t a aT-aa. i. ... .-Jat- T " IX m . . T s " .C -JT, . V -- - V5 ' P;2n- r a. '. i s For Stvle By V V J.R.aillSer,' HaFplrHovise rxocooooKoooccKcoooooooooooooooooooo i SELLING IT FOR LESS Is what you'll find we are dci..g on everything In the line of groceries. You will find by your very first order that our prices on good, dependable groceries are so much lower that you will continue as a regular customer. We are sure we can please you. Will you give us a trial? Brazil coffee, per pound 9 bars Santa Claus soap 3-1 b. can apples, 2 for Horse Shoe Tobacco, pound Star Tobacco, per pound 10 bars Cudahy's Diamond C soap Best granulated . Sugar, 19 lbs Egg-O-See and Vigor, 3 packages Quaker Oats, per package Standard tomatoes, 3 cans Standard corn, 3 cans New York gallon apples 3-lb. can Green Gages Pure catsup, 3 bottles ...122C ..25c 15c !;:.45c ...45c 25c .1.00 25c ...8c .25c .25c 20c ..10c 25c Gold Dust 4 lb package. :Mb can Egg Plums 15c I 10c .80 1 Quart botlo Ammonia for 2-lb pkg. Cero-Fruto, Malla-Too Hakes and Cerata Nut, 2 pkg Seeded Kaisins, 3 lbs. for 2 large cakes Ivory Soap 2 cakts Sapolio for 3 lb can extra fancy slicetl Pineapples ... Toothpicks, 3 large boxes Pure Maple Syrup, quart bottle Yeast Foam, package Shredded Cocoanut pound 15c 25c ..15c ..15c 25c ...10c 25c ...3c ...15c REMEMBER THE PLACE, XEAR TOSTOFFICE. i Economy Grocery Co. 1515 Second Ave.; old 'phone 1369, new 'phone 54C2. Rock Island, 111. CCGOOGCCrOGOCXXJOOOOOOOOOO CXXX500000COCOOOOCXX000 Z2SZ iACK EAST TO E OLD FOLKS T SEPT. 6, 13, 20 AND 27. ALSO OCT. 11, THE ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM WILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO MANY NOT ALL POINTS IN INDIANA, OHIO AND KENTUCKY AT ONE FARE, PLUS $2. RETURN LIMIT, SO DAYS FROM DATE OF SALE. BETTER GO. NO MORE FAVORABLE OPPORTU NITY OF VISITING THE OLD FOLKS WILL OCCU R THIS YEAR. TICKETS OFFICE. VVjfr Naua.: AND FULL INFORMATION AT THIS F. H. PLUMMER, C. P. A. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. S. F. Boyd, D. P. A., Davenport, la. All Run Down. There Is nothing better when you are in that condition than a good cordlaL But It must be good. We pride ourselves on our excellent stock of Fine Wlnea and Liquor of all ldnds, and if you will only come to ui when the doctor prescribes, you will be sure of getting the Beat. Our prices are more reason able than you will find elsewhere. feslp t I :M1:k 1U fvi 1 H'1 ; all.. i'copvfc isriT. SIMON LEWIS. Market Square. ;XXXXXXXXXXX0XXOGOOOOGC SIEGEL'S PAWN SHOP.. 320 20th SL. 'Phone West 816, 4 ring. :: 3m