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THE ARGUS, MOXDAY, JUNE 23, 1902.
I OUR PRICE
? : :
I Will Not
Because of our large volume of busi
ness we are enabled to make the pro
fits very small thereby benif iting the
purchaser. Our stock of
Has been selected with much care
and wp can safely say that we have
the largest stock in the tri-cities to
select from. "Not a few patterns but
Besides, we will sell you any furnish
ings for your house or entirely fur
nish a house for you on easy pay-'
ments at cash prices. You can have
the benefit and comfort of our fur
niture and pay for it a little at a time
when you will not miss it. We invite
patronage from Davenport and Mo
line as well as Rock Island.
We a.re agents for Rock Island Buggy Co.'s elegant
line of vehicles. .
ICLEMANN & SALZMANN I
Everything reduced. Discount I
t You have a chance to buy t
I the best
ever shown in Rock Island
and just when you need it.
- Will we see you?
OLD POSTOFFICE BUILDING
.Two entrances, East and West Seven-
Second Avenue Tonsorialist Dis
appears During Sunday
TOE PAETS UNKNOWN" A NOTE SAYS
Constable and Second Dealer txtck
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
H. .1. Carrieo, who has been con
ducting a, barber shop on Second nv-
enne west of Fifteenth street, depart
ed from the city with his wife and
chili last uiht, ami this morning a
card was found fastened on the door
with the terse statement, I.icft for
Mrs. Mary Littig-. owner of the
premises, levied on the contents of
the shop, which were left undist urn-
led, for $1 claimed to In due her in
Second Hand Dealer There Flint.
When Constable Sample reached the
place with the execution he found .1.
1'. Williamson, the second-hand deal
er, at work taking awav the moveable
prKrty, claiming that it had leen
sold to him.
After a wordy war, the constable
came off victorious and the shop was
finally closed with its contents intact."
UNDERGROUND WORK ON
NEW PHONE SYSTEM BEGINS
Work on the underground portion
of the system the I'nion Klectric
Telephone and Telegraph company
proposes installing in I Jock Island
was started today at Kighteenth
street ami Second avenue. It fell to
the lot of Aid. F. I). Call to remove
the first brick in the clearing of the
way for the operations. The coin
pan v representatives say work will
be carried forward with all ossible
HORSE ON WILD DASH:
BUGGY BADLY DAMAGED
"A horse belonging to Ferd Holdorf,
manager for the Ilenning Urewing
company, became frightened at a
street car while it was tied in front
of a saloon on Fourth street- and
Third avenue this morning and ran
The animal threw off its bridle a n d I BUILDING
started on a wild journey up third
avenue. Jt turned north on Four
teenth street and east again on Sec
ond avenue, north on Fifteenth, and
at the corner of the alley on that
street became tangled up in some
manner and smashed the buggy in
great style. . He then broke awav
and ran down the alley to Twelfth
street, where the mad race ended.
.o one was injured, and the buggy
can be repaired.
ANOTHER NEW FIRM
B. I. Hayes and John A. Gustaf
son to Open Cloth
TO BE REMODELED
1714 Second Avenue the Liocatlon
Partners Are Popular.
Kock Island is to have a new cloth
ing firm, a partnership having been
formed by It. Irvin Hayes and .John
A. Custafson, to embark in business
about Sept. 1.
The store at 1714 Second avenue.
now occupied by Lambert's- toggery
hop. has leen leased by the new
firm, Mr. Lambert giving possession
The room is to be remodeled by
Krell & Math, the owners, a new
K. H. Wev has returned from Chi
Mrs. K. C Hart went to
Mrs. F. C. nenkmann is visitiug in frmt being- put in and an addition
.Minneapolis. f ;i0 feet ,ade at the rear, giving a
Mrs. Peter Moody spent the day in store 105 feet in depth with a large
Fast Moline. skylight. The quarters will thus be
Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. White left for most admirably adapted to the busi
ness of the new firm.
Both Well Known.
Neither Mr. Haves nor Mr. Gustaf-
Chlcago this morning.
Dr. Cnstav Andreen left Saturday
evening' for Minneapolis.
.7. K. Coe and family returned to son needs any introduction to Rock
their home in Geneseo, after a visit
in Kock Island.
Miss Ethel Israel, of lies Moines,
is visiting at the home of her aunt.
Mrs. F. K. Laniphere.
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Steele, of Prince
ton, returned home this morning, af
ter a visit in this city.
Mrs. M. 15. II ammoivl of Apache, I clot hinr
Island readers, both having beiMt in
touch with the trade here long
enough to have funned acquaintances!
of an extent and character that ren
ders their junccess assured from the
start. Mr. Haves has been an em
ploye of Simon $.- Mosenfelder for the
past 12 years, and Mr. Gustnfson has
been connected with the London
Men's spring; and- summer
light Outing: Suits
at . . .
Men's line. Flannel Outing
Suits, dark striped, pant
turn up bottom
Men's line wool Crash and
Homespun Coats and Pants,
all new patterns, also l.laek
and blue serge suits $10 00
Men's finest Outing; Suits in
all the swell effects, coat
yoked lined, hand padded
shoulders, famous Slein-
Bloeh make. at.
SUMMERS 6c LAVELLE,
1804 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111.
207 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Mrs. .1. M. Spurr passed away Sat
urday at her home on the Ninth
street road in South Kock Island, aft
ter a long illness with heart trouble
and dropsy. Deceased was 4! years
f age and is survived by her hus
band and four children, lillie, Em
ma, Kilitli ami J-.lH in. I lie iiinerai
Was held at 2 this afternoon from
The remains of Mrs. Samuel Itroom-
hall were laid at rest in t hippian
nock cemetery vesterdav afternoon.
Funeral services were conducted at
2:..') o'clock at Trinity Episcopal
chnrvli by Kev. C.. II. Kaltcnbach. mid
a' targe concourse of sorrowing"!
friends were in attendance to pay
id Mrs. E. W. Alurst arc
:r a trip to thef .)akotas, re-
John Severson, while laboring un
der a jag yesterday, took it upon
himself to attempt to precipitate a
strike among a gang of men he
found working up town, evidently
feeling Hit the Sabbath was not be
ing properly resected. His impor
tunities cost li i in $5 and costs. Mag
istrate Johnson pronouncing sen
tence. Severson lives in Moline.
H. L. Hathaway was fined $2 on
complaint , of his father, for being
Saturday evening the police were
informed that three residences in. the
east part of the city were entered
and ransacked by sneak thieves
while the occupants were away view
ing- the circus parade. The places
entered were the homes of A. J. Hill
C2'.i Thirty-fifth street. E. (J. Saun
ders. 2S0.1 Seventh avenue, .and the
house at C14 Thirtieth street. At the
first place an old watch case was the
only thing missed. At the second
place a blue serge suit woMJj $15 and
a watch chain and charm were taken
At the third place two or three rings
la watch chain ani sniri sum were se
cured. All three jobs may have been
the work of one man.
Okla., left for Peoria this morning.
after a short stay in this city
Mrs. Hulda Swain, of Woodbury. X.
J., is visiting at the home of Mrs.
Lou Fleencr, 211 Thirteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ward leave
this evening for Denver and Colorado
Springs to visit during the summer
Miss Stella Kohn is home from her
studies at Wellesley for the summer
vacation. She spent Saturday in
Chicago to attend the derby
turning by way of Chicago, where
they stopped to take in the derby.
.State's Attorney II. A. Weld left
morning with Mrs. Weld to at
tend the annual convention of state's
attorneys of Illinois at Springfield.
The Misses Francis, Katherine and
Mary Torrance have arrived home to
spend the summer months with their
parents. Dr. an. I Mrs. William Tor
W. H. Truesdale. of rew York City.
president of the Delaware Lacka-d
wauna .railway, is in the city, called-
here by the dcsiierate Illness of hii
Mrs. II. J. Frick and family.
Mrs. Louis Winter ami Edward
Kaut. have returned from P.utTalo.
Iowa, where they attended the 7:ird
anniversary of the birth of their
Mrs. A. F. I-e Hoy and two daugh
ters, of I)'
company for the fame
length of time. Hoth know all the
ins and outs of the business and can
ie relied uxn to please their pa-1
trons. Mr. Hayes resigned his posi
tion with Simon & Mosenfelder Sat
urday and returned today from a
trip to Chicago to order stock.
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A NIGHT OF STORM:
WORK OF AN ENGINEER
The men who ride the engines of
the fast, trains bear a nervous strain
1 1 most inconceivable during the fierce
night storms,, said one of the North
western's veteran engineers 1o a
Sterling Standard reporter. At a
speed of a mile a minute the re
sponsibility and risk is great enough
in calm weather, but when the ele
incuts, are in a wild rage the tension
on the engineer calls for unusual
coolness of brain and steadiness o
nerve. The rain dashes in blinding
sheets against the cab windows, the
roar of the wind deadens the sound
f the wheels which eiiginemeii rely
on more or less to inform them of
the. condition of the track, the vivid
Hashes of lightning disturo the vis
ion, and still the train rushes on at
the rate of eighty-eight feet a second.
over switches and trestles and em
bankments and through woods and
rocky cuts. A sudden rise in a creek
may undermine a bridge or wash
away the bottom of a hill, a tree may
be blown down or a boulder dislodg-
Moines. who have been M ',n'1 "',,,p, "P" raek. or a
Call on ns
four blades this
year. Just out
119 18th St
visiting her cousin, John W. Fleencr,
of Twelfth street. South IJock Islam
for the past few weeks, returned
home this afternoon.
Aid. William Kennedy leaves Thurs
day for Ireland to visit his old home,
which he has not seen since leaving
it ;) years ago. and to attend n fam-
freight car may be blown out upon
the main track from a lonely siding
ind left in the path of the train that
is rushing at top speed to keep up its
schedule time. Momentary glimpses
of -the surrounding country gives the
engineer his only knowledge of where
he is, how fur front a station or from
a sharp curve on a certain piece of
i Selection of Millinery
It being late in the season, it is difficult to
get millinery that has individuality, but
ladies will find the matter simplified by
calling at our store. We don't wish to
blow our own horn, but it is a recognized
fact that we give the ladies the best styles,
the best quality of material and the best
workmanship at the very lowest prices.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner Twentieth Street and fourth Avenue, Kock Island.
Voluntary Kalne In We-
When the 4()0 employes at the three
yards of the rurington Paving I'.rick
company in (Jalesburg. stepped up to
the cashier's office Friday and receiv
ed their pay checks covering their
wages for the last two weeks, they
received a genuine and agreeable sur
prise. The check for each employe.
except the bricklayers, was for the
regular wages, added to which was
per cent, so that the entire amount
paid out Friday was in the neighbor
hood of $12,000. The Increase, which
'thus begins June 1 and will continue
to Oct. 1, was an entirely voluntary
(ne on the part of the company.
Licensed to Wed.
Henry Rader .Moline
Miss Nellie Deatz Moline
William .1. Lower Oeneseo
Miss Julia Margaret Ingram. Geneseo
Axel Lundeen Moline
Miss Anna K. I'irman Moline
Thomas K. Young Chicago
Miss Jessie M. Teska Hock Ulond
Ready to Yield.
"I used DeWitfa Witch Hazel Salve
for piles and found it a certain cure,
says S. It. Meredith, Willow Grove,
Del. Operations unnecessary to cure
piles. They alwaya yield to DevMtts
Witch Hazel Salve. Cures skin dis
eases, all kinds of wounds. Accept
no counterfeits. All druggists.
I Subscribe for the Arjus.
ilv reunion there. He will be nceoin
panied by his sisters. Miss Martha track that must be approached with
Kennedy "and Mrs. Undid t'.rote. sne caution. To get his bea rings he
this city, and at Pittsburg another Hide his window open, leans out into
sister, Mrs. Sarah J.vttle, and her
two sons will become members of
the party. The father of Aid. Ken
nedy is still living at the old home
in the north of Ireland at the rije
age of four-score years.
the face of the torrent of rain, and
drenchtd almost to his waist closes
his window and trusts to his keen in
stinct for a minute before again look
ing out. Meantime the numberless
details of machinery inside the cab
must receive some of his attention.
and lie continues to keep an eye on
his water and steam guage, and hh
IN ADMISSION CHARGES hand from time to time touches a lever
Considerable complaint was heard or a took ,ure ami there to test the
that two different prices of admis- v.anous ,ar.,;s "f preat machine
- , - - I t naf is Avorkinir to its suiHTlative ca-
. -r . ii ii -i i I parity He must know when he is
.,.,.u i.i,wi Kt. wi.li- nt ,,e approaching a highway crossing in
m ,i. i . . " .i . I order to sound the whistle, and must
(if linlal U'-inritni! Ilia nilnrilAnn I ' I
rate of 25 cents was' charged, at an- kee in n,,i.ml . l'in, here his
other the price was 35 cents. The orilt,rs r h,s "w ca.rtl ,"s,vr,,,et.h,m
. 4U ...,u t meet another train. While it is
the uniform rate of 50 cents might the i.ther t rain s business to keep uit
readily have been charged. Indeed ' ',s way and give him a clear track,
the character or the exhibition wan 18lK!' ,ft nistuous night some
fnllv- to wh..t mane similar en- de,a.v ,na.v Prevent the oppos-
terorises charge 50 cents to see. The in tra!n frw,n. Rttinff afely into a
policy of discrimination, however, is
Do You Bxirn Wood?
HAVE YOU TRIED
HICKOR.Y SHOP WOOD?
Telephone your order for a load at once. Delivered any
where in Kock Island for $ 2.o0 per load.
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY.
'Phone 2171. Moline, Illinois
t"M l V 1 I I I l 1 1 -I-M-H. M -e4"H"t-
For the Best
a very unwise one, and always leaves
a bad impression.
The circus was enjoyed by two au
diences of immense projMirtions, all
agreeing that It was oie of the neat
est exhibitions of its kind ever visit
ing the city. Aside from the feat
ures that must be carried to main
tain the circus flavor, there are an
array or novelties of a nign class.
such as the human statuary, the
Kddy family, the Parisian dancers.
etc... all contributing to an entertain
ment the like of which one rarely
siding before he reaches the place.
anil he must, bear the fact in mind
and assure himself, as well as he can.
that he has a clear track and that the
switch is properly set. There is no
time to slow down and approach all
these different places with caution.
but his vigilance must be increased
if possible, and he must call upon
every faculty to exert itself a little
more to inform him of the true con
dition of affairs. At "the end of a
150. mile run under such conditions
as have, prevailed recently, an en
gineers vital forces have about spent j
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has opportunity to see beneath the . ,7 K
i in vsiph i pew in ds.
The Wallace show 'people carry a
bar on one of their enrs for the ben-I Waa WmUdk Awt-
efit of attaches of the circus. One The following- letter from Kobert
hundred cases of beer and a qnanti- It. Watts, of .'Salem, Mo., is instruc-
v of other wet croods were taken tive: "I have been troubled with kid-1
j board while here Saturday. It is I ney disease for the last five years. I
said that this department does a lost flesh and never felt well and doc-
flourlshlng business. torea with leading pnysicians ana
tried all remedies suggested without
Chronic bronchial troubles and relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
summer coughs can be quickly reliev-I Cure, and less than two bottles com
ed and cured bv Foley's llonev and pletely cured me, and 1 am now
Taiv All drugjrista. : Isound and weu.
J a- II. A t. -
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Corner Seventeenth street and
MISSION RUG WORKS.
801 FOUR.TH AVENUE.
Ruga made from Iujjra.in or Jirnssels carpet. Satisfaction gnarateed.
' Tilrs Winnie Schindler, Filgr.-