Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1905.
Deserter Surrendered. Thomas A
Lynch, a d sorter from the regular ar
my at Fort Leavenworth. Kans.. save
ln'inelf up in ihj-j rity yes-tcrday t; c
local authorities aii'l later was fakn
to thy Rock I&l.ind arsenal and tntn-d
v-r to Capt. Jamieson. Lynra was a
n: ruber of Co. I Kigliteenth Infatrry
Slid Ia.t .tn!y a dispute aro- t.etwceii
him and th srt;ant over some duty
that l.yneh was to perforin, lie
the work ami th n tlc-caruped ami si nee
that time strong tfforts have beer
made for his apprehension. I'p till
the time the man desert t.l he bore a
very pood reputation.
Wat Runaway Marriage. A ro
ru,ane terminated at the marriaee altar
in this rity Thursday evening wiue
MiiS Floor M. Peterson and A. J
Wolff were Joined in the bonds of holy
matrimony. The ceremony took pla.-o
itt the parsonage of the Sxvodis.'i M. tr.o
dist church, the Rev. J. I. Miln-r o.Ti
eiutiiiK. Loih of the xoun pt-ople re
side in Bloominjrton and Mrs. Wolff
was the organist jn the Swedish Meth
odist chureh of that city where R v.
Miller served as pastor. Thursday t'm
youns people deeided to steal u mareh
on their friends in that city and they
j-lipped away and rani here to be mar
Molders to Have Smoker. .Men
w ho have 1mm n mohlers and men who
tin trade will hold a
in their rooms at the
Vice President Canx 1
molders" union will be
hre from Quiney and deliver an ad
dress, lion. L. M. Maidll of this city,
w iio was a molder. will speak for the
loeal union, and tlr- president of the
Tri City Labor congress will a'.so talk.
Sixty-One New Members. In prep
aration for the first rm cling of the
Woman's club this afternoon at the
Kirs! Methodist church, the directors
of the body nut yesterday. Mrs. F. (J.
Allen, vice president, presided owing
to the illness of Mrs. L. I). Dunn, presi
dent. Sixty-one new members wf re
Dedicated Red Men's Wigwam.
P ace reigned in Moline Thursday
night, yet hundtuls of ltt-diuen braves
stalked the streets. Their great chief,
leader of the 4'U.mm braves in the I'nit
ed States, made uotahle the occasion
by his presence and the new Kedmen
wigwam, on the third floor of the Peer
block, was formally dedicated.
Doctors Met. Forty members of
he Iowa Illinois medical stall gathered
;ii the Manufacture is hotel Thursday
evening and discussed the different
manner of treating dis.ajy.;. Several
interesting talks were made and the
eveniug was very pleasantly spent.
Supper was enjoyed at the conclusion
of the program.
Plans Extension Lectures. Public
scnool teachers win probably nave a;
are working ai
of the national
course in university extension lecture
this coming winter. Supt. Smith of tha
public t-.ehools is now- busy seeing the
teachers? and other people who will
pledge themselves to take so many
tickets and thereby assure all expenses.
Desires to Bring Factory Here. C.
K. Ortt of Dixon was a the meeting of
the Pit-tn Bss .M-n's assoeiat last
rvening to tl! som thing about his
laivu iro'.vcr factory which it is desir
ed to lemove to this city. This was
the annual meet ins of the association
and good npous for tiie year were
ABOUT THE RAILWAYS.
Make Thanksgiving Rates. An
nouncement Is being made of special
home visitors xeursion rates for
Tiianksgivine. a tate never made be
fore. The rate of a fare and a third
takes effect Nov. J 7. and ia good tor
return for 21 clays. The rate applies
in the Central Passenger association
to various po'nts in Illinois. Indiana.
Kt in tick. Mieiim.in, Ohio. New Yoik,
Ontario. Pennsylvania, and Wert Vir
ginia. The rate is made for the ad
vantage of those who wish to visit
relatives over Thanksgiving. The cri
ticism is made that ihe rate imit ex
pires Just previous to the Christmas
and New Year's holiday season.
Denver Train"s Last Run. Tiie Hock
Island train, known as No. left Rock
Island today on its last run between
this city ami Helieville. Kans. This
train is inaugurated to accomodate the
heavy summer traffic to western points.
With its removal the Ruck Island will
have two through trains to Denver,
No. 5. leaving at a. m., and No.
41. leaving at 10 p. m.
Lest Hope Vanished.
When leading physicians said that
W. M. Smithart. of Pekin, Iowa, had
incurable consumption, his last hope
vanished: but Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
kept him out of his grave. He says:
"This great specific completely cured
me, and saved my life. Since then, I
have used it for over ten years, and
consider it a marvelous throat and
lung cure." Strictly scientific cure
for coughs, sore throats or colds; sure
preventive of pneumonia. Guaranteed.
So cent and $1 bottles at Hartz &
rilemeyer's drug store. Trial bottle
A Splendid Idea.
A new idea in a cough syrup is ad
vanced in Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar. Besides containing pine tar,
honey and other valuable remedies, it
is rendered laxative, so that its use in
sures a prompt and efficient evacua
tion of the bowels. It relaxes the
nerxous system, and cures, all cousbs
colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. A
red clover blossom and the honey bee
is on every bottle of the original Lax
ative Cough Syrup Kennedy's Laxa
tive Honey and Tar. An ideal remedy
for children. Mothers praise it. It is
best for all. Sold by all druggists.
A Helping Hand
There is help for every woman who suffers from headache, faint
ness, depression, backache and other ailments during those times
when Nature makes a heavy demand on her strength ami vitality.
1-very woman should take
to help her through these trying periods and to keep the system in
a normal and healthy condition. The girl just entering woman
hood, ami those of maturcr years, find equal benefit from Beccham's
I ills. taken at the first sign of derangement, they give prompt
assistance. Read the special directions for women with vrv hrnr
Sold Everywhere la Iloxcs.
10c and f 5e.
$1 ROUND TRIP
Clinton and Davenport
Oct. 14 and 15.
TAKE THE I. (SL I.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Incorporated Undor tho Stat Law. ' 4 Par Cent Intaraat Paid on i
Money Lnnd on. Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security .
Big Company Formed. The articles
of incorporation of the recently organ
ized Davenport Home Site company
have been lilod in the county record
er's oSice. Tiie company is organized
with an authorized capital stock ot
$l(tfi.noo to buy, leac. mortgage, and
sell real estate as well as to conduct
a general real estate and loan fiusiness.
The board of directots is as follows:
Joseph Ochs. president: W. M. Cham-
berlin. vice-president; Edwin D. Peter
sen, secretary and treasurer; Max E
Ochs. Louis A. Ochs. J. T. IJurmeister.
Max D. Petersen. Henry F. Petersen.
W. D. Petersen. Walter H. Petersen
and Mayor Levi.
Suit Over Trademark. Alleging
that A. S. Tiffany, of the Sleepy Eye
Milling company, a Davenport flour
jobber, stole a vello-.v cow. a moon, a
patch of pra.-s, several rooks, a t;nt
sky and a nme, the John L. lies com
puny has tiled a suit in the district
au.-t asking that Mr. Tin'any be re
strained from further using the same
as a trademark, and asking $lo.oeu
damages for the use he has already
marie of them.
Will Hold Shoot. The members of
the Davenport Shooting as.-ociativn
will shoot ia team at Schuetzen park
tomorrow t- decide which team shall
pay for the supper. Kach member
present will fre oil shots. This even'
will also give those members anticipat
ing participation in the Milwaukee
Elect ion-Day 100-Shot match an op
port unity to get in good condition.
Glucose Company Won. Atiornovs
Cook & Dodge, representing the Olu
co.-e company m tne recent damage
suit brought against th. in by Charles
F. Duffy for $;.r.i0 damages ami which
was tried at the last session of tho
federal court in this city, has received
word from Judge Smith MjPherson to
the effect that they had won a com
plete victory in the case.
Stole a Roll. Alta Curry and F. I
Robertson were taken before Magis
trate Finger yesterday and bound over
to the grand jury on a charge of lar
ceny. The two robbed a man named (!.
Diphtheria Fatal. Although diph
theria is very prevalent in Davenport
at the present time, there- has been
but one death in this city for some time
from the effects of this malady. This
death occurred yesterday morning,
when affliction entered the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Malone on West
Pleasant stree-t and robbed thein c.f
their bright daughter. KaMi rine M.
Malone. aged 1 year and8 j?ionths,
Clint Martin Fined. Clint Martin,
the baseball player, now a number of
the Suburbans and for a time with the
Davenport league team, was arrested
Thursday evening charged with assault
and battery and fined $1. It seems that
Clint had gone to sec
children. While at the
some trouble with his
and the arrest resulted.
his wife and
home, he hail
mot her in-law
Poisoned by New Shoes. Mrs. C.
L. Walker. 3ViVs Brady street, is re
covering from a severe case of blood
poisoning which she contracted recent
ly. While breaking in a new pair of
shoes, her heel from its contact with
the leather, became poisoned and the
inflammation thus caused extended rap
idly over her entire limb, causing not
only intense suffering hut also being
attended by much danger. Fortunately
the crisis has now been passed and
the patient is on the road to recovery.
Was a Davenporter. Oen. William
T. Clark, who died at Washington. I.
C. was a prominent resident of Dav
enport in his time, an attorney, and
lived on the brow of Brady street hill.
He was adjutant of the 13th Iowa, and
was the last chief of staff of Gen.
3. IL Buford. President.
H. P. Halt Vic President.
P. QreanawsJt. Caabler.
R- R. Cab!
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull.
E- W. Hurst.
tw . w ... i v -.1 at tasa
!" uiy I. John Volk.
and occuptoa 8. E. cornar of Mitca-
11 Lynda'a hulldlDK- Solicitor Jackaoa A Biml
J. at. atwtord.
TEE 2D ftiT STORE OF TEE TOWN,
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE 20th st, 'phone toi-x.
At the Harper A. I. King, New
York; A. S. Godfrey, liockford; A. B.
ThuK'ns. Peoria; C. H. Davis. George
T. Hippie. Cincinnati: .1. II. bing,
Youngstown. Ohio; F. K. IJurhams.
Elkhart; E. C. Blossom. C. E. Btrry,
Boston; .1. A. Aldrich, St. Iouis; W.
M. Hunt. Ottawa, 111.; Charles F. Hawe,
Jackson; Emil Hoffmeyer. Stanton,
Xcb. : N. F. Anderson, Kewanee, 111.;
James A. Smith. Butte, Mont.; J. J.
Booth. Orange, N. .?.: Graham Davis.
W. H. Cohen. Thomas Daly, B. C.
Barnes. J. H. McXaKy J. W. Key, W.
H. Whyte. J. W. Taylor. E. T. Rhoads,
.1. W. Cassett. E. P. Dickenson, Mrs. C.
J. Manlett, Chicago: A. Rothschild. 1
1 Magnus. T. O. Rernh. E. Oestricker.
Ed E. Besser. George Bering, H. M.
Be??. B. U Graham. New York.
At the Rock Island. European t.
C. E. Howard, Peoria; G. E. Skinner.
Chicago: B. A. Streedine. Chicago; C.
H. Coiby. Elin; A. Oeehle. Peoria:
J. H. Ireland. Utica. X. Y.: C. B. Mc
Grew. Chicago; E. A. Davis. Chicago:
S. W. Head. Pontiac: F. Lan strum.
Chicago; S. C. Herbert. New York;,C.
W. Payne. Chicago; H. E. Clark son.
Chicago: II. Allan. Carbon Cliff;
G. E. Kinner. Chicago; T. A. Grundy.
ti1 We have added II (v
i to our Bedding , VV
S Department a tf l V .
, nice line of 1
I1 Comforts. See ' V V X U fS
i them and get ' f I J a Q
J our prices. j
109-111 EAST SECOND STREET, DAVENPORT, IOWA
A large line of
very good ones,
as low as $2.63.
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Drapery, Rugs and Stoves -
OCTOBER FURNITURE SALE
Bargain giving in the REAL OCTOBER FURNITURE SALE continues with unabated interest.
Prices have been materially lowered, so that every article is now a rare bargain that would pay
you to buy even though you have no immediate need for same.
CARPETS, RCCiS & 3IATTIXGS
Very heavy all wool Ingrain Car
pets, what most dealers call tiie
best, during this
Very tine extra heavy half wool In
grain Carpets, choice patterns,
per yard during this
The best and heaviest
Carpets, during this
Pretty Ingrain Car
pets, during this sale . . .
Wilton Velvet Carpets,
and oriental patterns,
during this sale
Fine Body Urussells Carpets
yard, during this
Axminster Carpets, rooiI
per yard, during this
sale ft. 10 and
Good Brussels Carpet,
during this sabj
KUGS, KOOM SIZE
Heavy Brussels Uus
S Jn.. choice each
during this sale
Axminster Hugs, Rood
ft. 3 in.xlO ft. In.
dariiit: tlii.s ulti
A:rriinter Rubs, pretty patterns,
site i '9x12. during this- 2 J QQ
Good grade Wilton Velvet Hugs.
Sale price during this 30 00
Choice patterns of Wiltoa Velvet
Hugs, 8 ft. 3 in.xlO ft. 6 in..
Sns lhl $27.50
Heavy Velvet Hugs,
9x1-, during this sale
J2 . 25 for
$2.7 5 Iron
Bed, any size,
well made and
Ta bo rets in gold
en oak. weath
ered oak. mahogany.
m ' J til
$15.(10 for $19
bent glass doors.
M J Ml
The Hot Hlast,
ence. No smoke!
No soot! No dirt!
No clinkers! Ev
erything Is con
all kinds of fuel,
and If operated
according to di
rections will heat
three or four
rooms all winter
with three tons
of slack or lump
We show a large line of Steel
Hanges. We are agents for the
"Acorn Quick Meal." "Cleremont"
and ".Monarch' Ilanges. Call and
see our lino
$4.73 f.r $6.50 Chif
fonieie. 5 drawers,
.solid oak, well made
and finished .
$13.75 for a $17.50
Combination Hook Case
9Sc for $1.35 Screen.
3-fold, tilled with (food
I kl 4 Ilk
itft- J I
$10.00 f,r $13.50 Kold
en finish Pressor, with
lar.ue box el ede French
plate mirror like cut.
$10.!5 for $15.00 Side
board. Solid oak, bev
el French plate mirror,
just like cut.
$i.90 for $14.00
in velour, Fteel
solid oak frame.
$19.95 for $25 Hand
some Hrass Hed , with
boxv extension foet.
$27.50 for $35 elegant
lirass lJed , continuous
pests, size 4xt.
$4.50 for $5.25
steel couch xvlth
Iron frame. Just
ss asssn tJ
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court, Judge E.
E. Parnienter presiding.
Probate. Estate of Wilhelniina
Kriieger. Proof of notice to heirs of
fina; report and settlement filed. Hear
ing on said linal report and settlement
an'l same approved.
K.iate of Eric Okerberg. In the mat
ter jf objection filed -by heirs to execu
tor's final report. Hearing by agree
ment as to allowance of commission
charged by executor therein on
amounts of notes of Frank Okerberg
and Kric A. Okerberg, and said com
missions not allowed.
Estate of Sophia Moller. Proejf of
notice of petition for probate of will
made. I positions of W. J. Entriken
one of subscribing witnesses to will
taken in open court in proof of execu
tion thereof filed and approved. Proof
of death of Jurgen Tagge, other sub
scribing witness to wiil filed and ap
proved. Proof of signature of said Jur
gen Ta:ge now deceased taken in open
court in proof of execution of said will.
Will admitted to probate. Petition by
John Moller for letters testamentary
filed. Petition granted upon taking
Why suffer with tiredness, mean.
etuis feeling, no streeg'h, ro appetite?!
Hoilister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep yo'i well. 33
cents; tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas
Children aren't fret
ful, peevish and cross
1 f toot rhjld U tbla way. or pirks at the tinae.
rrii'.c tlx- b-rtli. tiM ilut mint wider tyes. 1ult
rn.i , tnditfrstion. fk'V appetite, flt aol convul
an. linaiml elvwka, i truublrd m iU j4-wecuu(
aa resOeM aieep, ilm cauac la warm. Give
and rrttnn rrf Lnltli at tmrr. Tnimsi W
it-.Cir for 4- ya. 3Se drujfita or Li xu&i.
KUapoo UcUcia Co., CliatanUI, Conn. ,
the usual oath and filing a proper bond
in the sum of $20u. Oath taken and
filed. Bond of said John Molkr filed
and approved, security being waived
in and by said will and letters testa
mentary issued to him.
Estate of Thomas Mackin. Petition
filed Sept. 15, 1U03. for the removal of
executors appointed herein and for ap
pointment of administrator dismissed
by petitioner. New petition for the re
moval of executors herein and for the
appointment of administrator to collect
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Charles W. Peterson. Cumrdiat.'s an
nual reort filed and approved. Re
ceipt and release of ward. Esther Peter
sou, now of age filed, and approved,
and guardian discharged as to her.
Real Estate Transfers. F. E. Cood
;I1 t Robert S. Woo iburn, lot 22. .block
12-'. lot 2G. block 12!, lot 7, block 135,
New Shops add.. East Moline, 5750.
W. S. Goodell to Robert S. Wood
burn, lots 2 and . block 127, New
Shops add.. East Moline, $500.
(. E. Bailey to Ethel Lawson, lot 9.
(3. E. Uailey's add.. Rock Island, 1 150.
C. II. Pope to Charles Hamrnargren
:t 23. block lSy, . $350.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Zalus Davis and
were north and south.
Moline came down.
C. W. Cowles
The City of
Kidney trouble often ends fatally.
but by choosing the right medicine, E.
H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
death. He Ears: "Two years ago I
had kidney trouble, which caused me
?rtat pain, su!Tering and anxiety, but
I took Electric Bitters, which effected
a complete cure. I have also found
them of great benefit in general de
bility and nerve trouble,, and keep
them constantly on hand, since, as I
find they have no equal.'Hart A Ulle
neyer. druggists, guarantee them at
Can't be perfect health without pure
blood. Burdock Blood Bitters makes
pure blood. Tones and invigorate the
Dang'r Hgt. Ch'nt
Line 7 a.m. 21 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet
River Forecast: Ouly very slight
changes in the Mississippi will prevail
from Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster
St. Paul t 5.0
Red Wing 14 4.0
Reeds Landing 12 3 ;
Ii Crosse 2 4.S
P. da Chien 1H 5.3
Dubuque IS 5.K
Rock Island ;15 r,.o
Des Moines Rapids . . . . 2.8
Keokuk 15 l.S
St. Louis 30 y.O
Kansas City 21 C.it
Testify to the Efficacy of the New Sci
entific Dandruff Treatment.
A. E. Lanier, Denver, says: "Herpi
cide has made my hair grow rapidly."
Mrs. A. Guerin, Great Falls, Mont.,
says: "I find Herpicide an excellent
H. Greenland, Portland, Ore., t:ays:
"Xewbro's Herpicide stopped my hair's
J. D. Israel, Norton, Wash, Fays:
"Herpicide has completely cured my
Charles Ilrown, president First Na
tional hank, Vancouver, Wash., says:
Herpicide is noted for keeping the
Insist upon the genuine. Sold by
leading druggists. Send 10c In
Etamps for sample to The Herpicide
Co.. Detroit, Mich.
SOUTH F-RN RAILWAY
In connection 1th Queen & Crrcent
Koiite, to certain points In Alabama,
Georgia. Florida, North ar.d Huuth Car
olina, Kfetitur-kv, AllstdHMippi, Traues
aee and Virginia. Tickets sold on tha
First and Third Tuesday in each Month,
May to November, 1905,
At tiie very low rate of on fare for
the round trip, plus $2. Tickets r
good golf'; 15 daya, and for stop-overs
south of the Ohio river, with final limit
for return of 21 layi from date of pale.
On the arn dates, - r rtllrrx
llrkrl will be wold to points Iti same
territory at one-half of flrat class
rat .s, plus (2, from Ohio river gate
ways. For rates, schedules, and full Infor
mation, rail ou your nearest ticket
agent, or write
J. H. M'Cl't.L()l'GU,
S. W. P. A.. 225 Dearborn St., Chicago. 111.
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write
M. A. HAYS,
Agent Land and Industrial Department,
223 Dearborn St., Chicago, III.
G. B. ai.m:.v, a. U. P. A.. St. Louis.
Charles E. Hodgson,
..Newark, N, J.
American Ius. Co. ..
Continental Ins. Co.
Agricultural las. Co. .
Traders' Ins. Co. ...
Williamsburg Ins. Co.
New Hampshire Ins. Co. N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co New York
American Ins. Co. .. .Philadelphia, Pa.
Security Ics. Co. ...Iew Haven. Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, IlL
Office, room 3. Buford block. Rate
aa lew as consistent with security.