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THE ABGU8, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904
This week, but we are offering much more
for your money than you would suppose you
would get. We mention here only a few of
the leaders of the many bargains which are
yours for the asking. You'll always find
something "doing" at this busy store and
the surest way to always find yourself "in"
on the good things offered is to be a regular
customer. A telephone call over either
'phone will do.
1 lb. package iold Dust l!c
Star Tobacco, per lb
Dairy Buftter, per lb
'.i lbs large f i ied Peach
es lbs large Dried Pears
lbs Dried Apricots
12 Bars Soap
l lb pk ( torn Starch
l lb pkg Baking Soda
Larc; liox J. ye
I2$c can Pampkin3for
Fall Salmon cans for
Not ka Oats : pks for
Cero Fruto per pkg
l II) (ran Calumet Baking
Powder . . .20 c
ri pkgs Graham Crack
ers . . . . 25c
Fruits end Vegetables of All Kinds Fresh
15he Store With ol Reputation Behind It.
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Now is the time to buy
them, nothing but the
Genuine Panama at
this store. We have
three grades, all this
and each quality
from 35s to 50 per ct.
less than last year.
THE vni I INftW us
ROC K ISLAND ILL
CLASH OF TRAINS
Milwaukee and Burlington Pas'
sengers Meet at East
BOTH ENGINES ABE DERAILED
And Damaged Badly. Bnt i ortu
nately No One i Injured.
While running at liiirh rate of
peeii a iuriintn speeial passenger
train, bound for Clinton, la., con-i.-tint,r
f an criirine ami a private
M.a-ii !': 11 i u ir i n. i. .iu:ii.
superintendent of the Illinois lines,
who with other officials, was on board,
collided at Easl Clinton ritb the Mil
mrakee llmite L, hound for Rock Isl
and, yesterday afternoon a limit J
o'clock. No one waa injured, but both
engines were quite badly damaged,
the Burlington engine baring been
thrown into a diteh. while the Mil
waukee engine was derailed, as was
the speeial train on the Burlington.
The enginemen on the Milwaukee
jumped from their posts, hut the crew
on the Burlington was -ti struek as to
render it impossible for them to leave
the cab. Tiie aeeid. nt is said to have
been caused by mistaken signals. Both
tracks of the Milwaukee were block
ed for several hoars. An engine was
sent nut from Savanna to pull the Mil
waukee into this city, the wrecked eu
t'ine having been disabled for service.
All Have Vn-rr Fright
The passengers and enginemen were
hurled forcibly to the floor when the
engines met. and were quite badly
freightened. The enginemen of botb
trains realized their danger just he
fore the crash came, and. reversing
the levers, both attempted to leave
the cab. The men on the Milwaukee
succeeding in so doing, but the Bur
lington engine was so telescoped ami
caught by the other engine that its
erew could not jump. The men all had
miraculous escapes from death.
Wrecking crews were put at work as
soon as possible to clear the right of
w a v.
TRIAL OF WARE PROBABLY
TO BE HELD NEXT MONTH
The date on which .1. W. W'arr is
to ie placed on trial for embezzle
menl in the circuit court at Cam
bridge, Henry county, will he d tcr
mined this week. It is not thought this
ease will be readied until next month.
V 11 e:ulv trial wan hoped for. hut other
business before the Henry county
eourt will prevent taking it up before
July. Warr lias been removed to the
Cambridge jail, when- he will remain
until tin- conclusion of Ins trial. The
hearing likely will hi- long drawn out
and will necessitate the summoning
f hundreds of witnesses from Moline,
Warr's home, and oilier portions of
LOST DIAMOND" LATEST
GAME TO CATCH UNWARY
Tie- most recent swindle perpetrat
ed in rural districts is known as the
"lost diamond." A well dressed chap
Htops at a farmhouse and informs the
occupants that he has lost a valuable
diamond pin. Me and the farmer
make diligent search but fail to find
the article. The well dressed chap tells
the farmer that lie will give $180 for
the return of the jewel. A week or
mi afterwards a tramp comes in. tell-"
the farmer that he has found a dia
mond pin. The farmer, after some
dickering, gets the pin for 185. After
waiting some time the pin is taken to
a jeweler, where it is found that 15c
is a bia price for the "diamond.1
EXPIRES IN CHICAGO
Claus Horst Dies Suddenly ot an At
tack of Heart Failure at
Claus Hor.-t. for year- a resident of
Ruck Island, died suddenly of heart
failure Saturday at the home of his
son. Adam, Horst. in Chicago, with
whom he had been living since
Deceased was aged j'- years. He was
a native of Germany. He had been
twice married, and is survive! by his
second wife and six Children: Adam.
Krnest and Uzzie and Klh n Horst, of
Chicago, and Henry and William Horst.
of Rock Island. The funeral took
place Tuesday, with interment at Elm
wood cemetery, Chicago.
ami wife, of 1"
the quests of i.
BIO MONEY IN PEARLS
FOUND IN MISSISSIPPI
Two pearls found by clam fishers
opposite Prairie du Chien, Wis., in the
Mississippi river have been sold, one
for $1,100 ami the other for $1,200.
The former weighed .! irrains. was of
bluish tint and drop shape, and the
later was a white globe weighing 50
sn. .i iv m Doctor.
' doctor here litis sited me for
112.50, which I claim was excessive for
i case of cholera morbus." say R.
White, of Coacheila, Cal. "At the trial
he praised his medical skill and medi
cine. I asked him if it was not Cham
iicrlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy he used as 1 had pood reason
io believe it was. and he would not say
under oath it was not." No doctor
could use a better remedy than this
in a case of cholera morbus, it never
fails. Sold by all druggist.
Ten Year In lied.
K. A. Gray, J. 1. OaUville. Ind..
nr rites, "For u years 1 waa confined to
my bed with disease of my kidneys.
It was s.i severe that I eonld not move
pari of the time. I consulted the very
rest medical skill available, but could
ret no relief until Foley's Kidney
( ure was recommended to me. It has
lieon a Godsend to me." All druggists.
I). .1. Sears is in Pittsfield, 111.
R. .1. Waters is in Chicago on busi
ness. George Sudlou i- here from hi Mon
tana ranch for a short visit.
H. K. Hector, of Jefferson City. Mo.,
is visiting friends in this city.
Mis- Mary Entrikin ha- gone to Wa
terloo. Iowa, to spend the summer.
Miss Hull, of Moline. tot k the steam
er Dubuque at this point for St. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Mohr. of this city,
went to St. bonis today on the steam
Miss Jennie Collins departed this
morning for St. Louis going on the
II. K. A I hers
Dodge, Iowa, an
Stem and family.
.lames Johnson, who attends the
University of Illinois, is home for the
Miss Miriam Carter, of Sioux City.
Iowa, is spending a few davs with
Miss Mabel Cnnfield.
Miss Grace Crampton, of Moline.
was a passenger today on the Du
buque for St. Louis.
K. c. Goldman departed last evening
for Peoria for a few davs' visit with
his uncle. C. I.. Adams.
Clarence Ludolphi a student of the
Wisconsin university at Madison, is
home to spend his vacation.
M. T. Stevens is in Rattle Creek..
Mich., attending the national conven
tion of the Modern Maccabees.
Miss Agnes Plummer, of Portland,
tire., is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Helen
M. Mills, line, Twenty-third street.
R. M. Hacketi leaves tomorrow for
an extended Bojonrn at tsxceisior
Springs, Mo., for the benefit of bis
Mr. and Mr--. Frank Rhodes and
Mi.-ses Julia and Sue Shannon depart
ed this morning on the steamer Quincj
for St. Louis.
H. II. Moore. ,.f Moberly, Mo., is vis
iting Rock Island friends enroute to
St. Paul, where he goes Saturday on
a busini ss t rip.
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell, of Dan
ville, I it arrived in bock Island this
morning to spend two weeks with rela
tives and f riends.
Robert Rexdale left this morning
for Freeporl to officiate at the initi
ation f ;i aew class of 50 members of
the order of Fraternal Tribunes.
Miss Georgia Roberts and little
brother Edward arrived in the city
lat night from their home in Kansas
Cit.v to spend a week with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hampson and
son Leroy, who have been sojourning
in California and other western
points, have returned to their home
Mbs Bertha Bowman left this miirn
ing to visit tin- St. Louis exposition.
She will he joined there by her broth
er. Guj Bowman, and will accompanj
him for a trip to his home in Indian
Raymond Goodman departed last
evening for Dubuque, where be will
spend a few days with friends before
resuming his journey i" Lansing,
Mich., in which citj h mtemplates
spending the summer.
Mrs. C. W. Bawes, Mis. .lames Mc
Namara. Mrs. (i. M. Looslej and Mrs.
.1. .1. Worker went to Urbana to at
tend the university commencement ex
ercises, W. Hawes. Jr.. Joe Worker
and Fred Loosley being members of
the graduating class.
W. H. Manes, industrial commission
er for the Burlington railway, was in
the cit.v today, and was introduced to
a number of the business people by H.
W. Crawford, the division freitrht
agent. Mr. Manas, before entering
railroad work a few months ago, was
a Congregational minister stationed in
FOR BIG PRESERVE
I know a jolly old maiden lady.
A la iy of bih decree.
Who never goea to bed without
A drink of Rocky Mountain Tea.
T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy.
Chamberlain' Stnmarh and I.lver Tablet
Itettar Than a Doctor PMM riptlon.
.1. W. Turner, of Truhart. Va.. says
that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have done him more pood than
anything he could pet from the doe
tor. If any physician in this country
was able to compound a medicine that
would produce such pratifvimr results
in eases of stomach troubles, bilious
ness or constipation ids whole time
would Ih used in preparing this one
j medicine. For sale bv all druppists.
If yon have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney
Cure, you will have only ymirs'lf to
blame for results, as it positively cures
Chronic bronchial troubles and sttm- all forms of kidney and bladder dis
mer couphs can be quickly relieved ' eases. All drupgists.
and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. !
Ail druggists. Subscribe for The Argus.
Immense Game Reservation is
Proposed by Commissioner
TO BE PURCHASED BY STATE
For liaising of Quail, Pheasants and
Other Birds as Well as
Moves toward the opening of an im
mense state panic reservation have
been commenced by A. .1. Lovejoy.
staii- game commissioner.
According to the statement of the
official, the state has secured about
$100,000 during the past year from
hunters throughout the state, while
the expense di 1 not aggregate half of
that amount, so that 59,749.39 is left
for a surplus toward purchasing a
larpe tract of farm am! timber land
for the raising of quail, pheasants,
partridges and other game birds ami
While at Springfield durlnp the gov
ernorship deadlock the panic commis
sioner bad consultations with numer
ous legislators in regard to his plan
and has secured hearty approval from
a number of the leaders. As the
sportsmen have paid money into the
fund, these senators and representa
tives say they think the state should
help the panic propagation in the
Farmers Cnuhl Stock I p.
According to Commissioner Love
joy's plan, the state will start its pre
serve and as the number of panic birds
and small panic increases within its
boundaries, farmers could come and
secure these for the stocking of their
farms with a view of pivinp sport for
the farm and aid is the killing of huirs
which are destructive to tin- crops.
As the game surplus prows more land
could be added and more work done
along the line of propagation.
The temporary office for the state
game commissioner has been estab
lished in the office of Theodore Clarke,
..ti West Slate street. Rockford. There
Mr. Lovejoy and his assistants are
wrapping and shipping over 5,000
pounds of printed matter, including
130,000 hunters' licenses and a similar
number, of copies of the panic laws.
The largest number poes to Chicago,
where 5,000 arc to lie taken by the city
clerk and a similar number by the
county clerk, besides hundreds by vil
lage clerks throughout ibe country.
AT THE HOTELS
At the Harper I. II. Meyer, I.. M.
Reiter, New York; ,. W. Curtis, Cort
lanrl, . Y.; S. II. Newman. Algona,
Wis.; W. P.. Lazure, Pittsburg; II. C.
Jones. Minneapolis; F. J. McCaughey
am! sister, Chicago; I.. Greenbaunt,
New York; M. D. Rosenfield, Moline:
.1. A. Craig. Janesville; P. A. Mar-hall.
II. V Baldwin, W. W. Parsons ami
wife. Chicago; Thomas Brown, (ialcs
burg; W. D. Lemmon, New York; S.
A. I). Fair. Aledo; T. S. Roberts, A.
Callahan. II. A. Smith. W. I.. Hope. A.
L. Wellman, Charles Gan, W. E. Beat
tie, Chicago; F. L. Gregg, Kansas City;
F. P. Conner, Chicago; S. Skinner,
Princeton; II. R. Myers, Peoria; I!. W.
bitsctt. Preemption; W. C. Burgett,
Lewistown; .1. Williamson. Ipava, ill.
.1. Neevile. ( anion; ( . G. Roberts, Bry
ant; C. F. Denby, I. L. Denby, Cas
cade; l. II. Highbarger, Seward, III.:
H. cillis. Rio; .1. E. Monier, Bradford;
'. Weir, Peoria; .1. W. Doudy, Abing
on: .1. Beckwith, New York; W. H.
Bilderback, Peoria; A. Reicken
back, Milwaukee; .1. Cole, wife and
laughter; F. F. Johnson, Gloucester,
Mass.; (,. II. Hart, Chicago; .1. V. Son
era L. New York; .1. F. Flint. Chicago;
.1. T. O'Connell, Toledo; L. Byrne,
Columbia: George A. Keyser, Milwau
kee: F. B. Thomas, Chicago; F. C
Wilstock. Ni w York.
At tin- Harms. (European) B. J.
Samuetson, . C. Moss, s. M. Swanson,
Wright Munroe, L. J. f Ira ham, I..
Z. Council. Y. M. Bailey, H. ( . Felder,
Chicago; . V. flreen, If. F. Brawn,
Peoria; M. C. Newcomb, Pittsburg;
M. F. Belts, Decatur; s. v Willis, Mil
waukee; I. c. Swain, Danville; A. M.
Broach, Peoria: C. A. Hassen, Swan
sea : .1. C. Mulhern, Decatur: I).
Harrington, Peoria; W. S. Mann in
Mlianv: S. .1. Kruirer. New York
;. Wasson, St. Louis; C. F. Phillips
Aurora: G. C. Scott, A. c. Mucbes
Chicago; S. .1. Krupman. Peoria;
W. Mavis. Chica-To: F. C. Wilton.
Paul; M. J. Mack, Erie; C. IV O'Neil,
Princeville; B. Harwood, bicago; C.
W. Boys, Decatur; N. F. Nelson. Cin
cinnati; I!. C Biekerton, St. Louis;
b. .1. Harding, Cleveland; M. .1. Fink
ler, St. Louis; .1. 1'. Streebech, Peoria;
Wallace Kirk. John Miller. Chicago.
At the Rock bland. (European)
lb M. Parsons, Chicago; B. B. Mason.
K. K. Basiomer, New York; W . F.
Linderman, bicago; F. .1. Doolin.
Peoria: F. A. Wood.-. Edgington; .1.
Eden, Chicago; s. lb Slater. Gal
bar fir; .1. W. Winter. ( incinnati; M
Weggener, Gales burg; C. H. Thomas
I edar Rapids; . W. Morton. F. '
Shields. F. a. Tripp. John Dunlap
I bicago; B. F. Lyons, Webster t itj
EL T. Darling. Cincinnati: J.
Hutchinson, )ri n; L F. Sands,
Tbat TtiroltMn- IIeaHa lie.
Would Qjuickly leave von. if vou
is,-d Ir. i-.inp's New Life Pills. Thou
sands of sufferers have proved their
matchless merit for sick am! aervoui
headaches. They mak- pure iiki
and build up your health. Only J.'c.
money back if not cured. Sold by
Haxtz & Ulleineyer, uxuggiistb.
Sensible Wedding Gifts for
OCR STORE IS PILLED WITH THEM- XEYER DID OUR STOCK
DISPLAY SUCH A WONDERFUL LOT OF BARGAINS IS HIGH
GRADE INDIVIDUAL PIECES EXACTLY SUITED FOR WEDDING
GIFTS- PIEt ES THAT W ILL LAST A LIFETIME AND ALWAYS BE
Come and See What We Have.
FURNISHINGS FOB OUT DOORS -THE BEST THINGS IN POUCH
LAW N FURN rrURE, SOLE DEALERS IS THE FAMOUS OLD HICK
ORY FURNITURE BIG NEW LINE OF HAMMOCKS; NEW LINE
OF GO-CARTS FOB THE CHILDREN.
Biy the Refrigerator We Sell And
Yovi Will Save Money.
Let Us Furnish Your Home.
mars uur iraae winner.
rui iiuui uc vdi js?i
Opposite Masonic Temple.
123-125 West Third Street. Davenport. It.
on all little fellows' suits
age 3 to 8, one-fort h off
the price all this week.
Bargains in the best
makes of boys' fine
SUMMERS & LA VELLE.
1804 Second Ave.. R.ock Island.
Cotton, High Grade,
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davit, Block. Old 'Phone ll 48. New 0H 112 Went eTententh St.
There? a Bm "f wall paper
here that richly d-s-rvei that
title. 'J hey ill "lr sK up" th
dingiest room and make it a
thinir 'if In-autv.
ERmpIicitjr is one "f the jfrcat j
est charms IM WW price their
greatest a ( t raet ion.
We n-vv offer new and beauti
ful uall jiaperH at low prices.
Also a full line of paiuts, oila,
g!aH, brushes, nioldingis, etc.
w- 1 y
P. J. LLL,
142U-1431 Second Avenue.
Oppoalte Court Hotu.