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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1904.
75he Way to j
Tb' man with a bank account
h able to take advantage of op
portunities which arc dear out
of reach of the thriftless man.
Start an a;coutij. at once, a
dollar "ill OO, .-in'! add to it s.v--tematically.
You'll he surprised
now it will grow,
OUR NKW PLAN MAKKS IT
EASY. LET US TELL YOU
Excursion to Rose
Reservation July 20.
Kcgistrat ion closes July 23.
$lt pay cost of trip, including
:.! i i f i f-T car birth three nights,
transportation round trip, meals
al registration point, and if you
draw a claim we locate you on
it. Ladies can register. Sol
tilers' applications Hied. Secure I
your berth now. t'all on or ad-
C. H. EARLE.
rare .. H. a m. I". R'j office.
303 Brady Street,
l EXPORT, i .
W - -m For Dru
For Drunkenness and
Please write us.
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Your unrestricted choice of our Men's Suits that sold at $20. $22.C0 and All our broken lots of Men s Suits that sold at $10. $12.50 and $13.00 for All our broken lot; of Men's Suit-i that sold at $15, $16.50 and $1", for
$25. for 'r7 50
$1500 WehaveabouttwentyOutingSuits.no two alike, that sold for $10, $12 and $1000
$13.50; your choice for
When we say unrestricted choice, we mean everything blues, blacks C aTaafl When we say broken lota, we mean everything in blue6, blacks and fan-
and fancies. , . cies that we have one and two tuits of a kind.
Plenty of large sizes in the lot.
Your choice of any Necktie in the Your unrestricted cho'ce of any soft Your unrestricted choice of our entire; Your unrestricted choice of any Boys' Your unrestricted choice of cur entire Your unrestricted choice of our entire
house, worth up to $1.30, or stiff H.t (Dunlap excepted) stock of white and fancy Vests long Pants Suit:, at a dis- Pants stock at a dis- stock of Children's Suits at a
for at a discount of at a discount of count of count of discount of
50c. 20 Per Cent 25 Per Cent 335 Per Cent 25 Per Cent 33' Per Cent
Your unrestricted choice of our entire Your unrestricted choice of our entire Your unrestricted choice of our entire Your unrestricted choice of our entire' Your unrestricted choice of our entire Your unrestricted choice of our en
stock of Working Shirts at stock of Cadet Blouse Waists stock of Pajamas and Night Robes stock of Straw Hats at a Hosiery stock at a dis- tire Cap stock at dis
at discount of at a discount of at a discount of discount of count of count of
20 Per Cent 50 Per Cent 20 Per Cent 50 Per Cent 20 Per Cent 25 Per Cent
' ' mmmm
VOVT unrestricted choice of a ot of Your unresti ictcd choice of our entire Your unrestricted choice of our entire Ycur unrestricted clioice of anything Yea r unreiti icted coicc of ou. entire Your unrestricted choice of our en
Manhattan and Emery Shirts worth Trunk and Grip stock at a stock of Belts at a dis- in our Jewelry department at stock of Mohair. Hannel and Mad- t:re Underwear stock at a
from $1.50 to $2.50. for d.scount of count of a discount of raS at a dcotlnYof discount of
$1.05 10 Per Cent 25 Per Cent 33J Per Cent 20 Per Cent 20 Per Cent
T he Big Store
HI tie Front.
Further Changes in the Operat.ng Deri
partmcnt of the Rock Island
BJSACOM GETS ANOTHER BOOST
Im i Inh.l Suprrla ten dent of the St.
A . . - - . f
Further changes are announced
th- oHeial -rlfb "f Itock l!and
:(.. T 4f. itraYoai. who a few months
ago was promoted from trainmaster
of the Iowa division, being one of
those affected. .Mr. Beacon is given
another advance. The changes are all
in the operating department, and are
C. I-. Brown, appointed superintend
ent of the Dakota division, with head
aupgtejps at KaTthnviiie. hiw.r. vice (J.
A. Merrill, promoted.
. M. Whitienton, superintendent of
Arkansas division, headquarters at Lit
tle Rock, Ark., vice F. IJ. Stewart, re
a. A -Sn-rriB. superintendent of tin
Panhandle division, vice YY. If. Whit
H. M Hallock. stint
the Oklahoma division,
ai Chickasba, viet
T. H. Bt acom, superintendent of the
St. Louis division, vice W. K. Morse.
esigned. Mr. Beacom's headquarter
vill be In Bldon. Mo.
Beremm S ga pert ait en ategit it Mailt.
Guy Adams, division passengei
igenl of the Oelaware, lackawaans
ind Western railroad, with beadquar
era al Newark, w 1 ! . ii is announced
esign Any. I to accept a position ii
he department of the superintendent
if mails of the Kock Island system.
The official staff of the Kock Island
ystem is in process of ntrrgan tsatifm
lince Mr. Lorec assumed manage men I
f the Leeds protx rties there has been
i score or more changes, and ii is tin
irevailing opinion thai many more
dtanges will be effected. The cbaagei
o far have been principally in the
ipe rating, executive and financial le
tartments, few changes having been
nade in ihe traffic departments.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
hinc that ever was made is lr. King's
few Life IMls. These pills change
weakness into strength, llntlaoanenn
nto energy, brain-fas into: mental
ower. They're wonderful in bulld
og up the health. Only 25 cents per
'ox. Sold by iiattz St CTllemeyer.
Owing to a very backward season we find ourselves with more summer merchandise than we usually have at this time of year compelling
us to announce our SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE somewhat earlier than heretofore. We also realize that in order to turn these
goods into cash, it will necessitate a more DECIDED REDUCTION than ever before made by us, which is saying a great deal, but
in order to maintain our policy of showing bright, new fresh goods every season
We Must Turn
EACH SEASON WE HAVE OUR. CLEARING SALE. This season it will be bigger, broader, bolder
are overstocked and are forced to pay the penalty. One person's misfortune is another person's gain.
yourself to our entire stock at prices never before heard of
Tae f;eamrr Da boo lie arrived here
lnolnnjg al 9:ZQ oVlock boiind
for St. Louis. Her passenger list and
freight cargo were large.
Capt. D. W. Wisherd departs tomor
row for Galesburg. out of which city
the Santa Fe railroad tomorrow takes
the Galesburg retail merchants, excur
sion to Chillicothe. where the J. S.
picks up the crowd and takes it to
Agents for the rjamond .lo Line
steamers have received notice from L
P. Lusk. general freight asent of that
company, not to accept for shipment
on Diamond Jo si earners any gasoline
or other motor launches. Hereafter
any person or company wishing to
ship such articles must contract with
the k neral freight agent or the cap
tain of the steamer on which the arti
cle is to be shipped. The cause of the
issuing of this order is the breakage
and damage which is nearly always
connected with the shipping of the
cumbersome artich s and the room
which they monopolize on the boats.
The Lydla Nan Sant. J. W. Van
Sant. Ruth, Juniata. Gypsy, Dubuque,
Winona and Emily were down and the
St Paul. J. W. Van Sant. Lydia Van
Sani. Emily, Winona and Ruth were
up. The Helen Blair was here from
i be sout h.
Ihe stage of water was at I
in., and 5.60 at noon.
A very slight failing tendency in the
Mississippi will probably continue be
tween Dubuque and Davenport.
D'ng'r li ght Ch'ge
Line X a.m. 24 hrs.
cf. Fee!. Feet.
I I :;.: - n.i'
!l 2.1 0.3
il 3.6 n.i
12 5.1 o.l
is 5.9 .::
is 8.7 - 0.1
in .: 0.2
15 5.C 0.0
15 5.0 -0.2
30 2L5 - 2.6
21 17.G 1.2
Reeds Landing . . . .
I. a Crosse
P. du Chien
Ties Moines Rapids
J. NICK FERRIN IS NOMINATED
Made Democratic Candidate for Con
gress From Belleville District.
Melleville. ill.. July 18. J. Nick Per
rin of this c ity was nominated for con
gress Saturday by the democratic
on vent ion for the 22nd district at
Bast St. Louis. Mr. Perrin, who is
well known as a lecturer, tried to
avoid the nomination, which was
forced on him by the party leaders.
SAILORS MAKE HIT
Reck Island Division Receives Praise
During Week Aboard Train
ONE OF ENGINEERS IS RETAINED
Leonard Mromberi; Seleeied to Be
Member of i liirol hea I re n for
Itentniiitler of summer.
The Rock Island division of the
naval militia, commanded by Lieut.
Fred L. Tubbs, arrived home at l:3o
Saturday evening over the Milwaukee
road alter a tour of duty of eight days
aboard the United States government
training ship Dorothea on Lake Mich
Forty-five members of the division
enjoyed the outing, the most success
ful, in the opinion of Lieut. Tubbs. of
any that the militiamen have hail since
ihe formation of the local division.
The boys had the ship all to them
selves, aside from the commanding of
ficers, during the entire eight days.
They went aboard Saturday. The day
was spent in coaling. Seventy ions
wore tarried aboard, and the sailors
were pretty tired when the job was
Sunday Mrs. Richard Yates enter
tained a party aboard the ship. Thai
evening the ship set sail for Milweu
kee. and off ihe latter city Monday was
occupied witii target, practice. At night
the men were at liberty in the city.
Tuesday the ship returned to Chicago.
Wednesday was spent at Muskegon
making a survey for the new naval
station the government proposes lo
cating ai tint point. The following
day and I wo nights, ihe boys were at
Ottawa Reach, where they met a num
ber of Kock Islanders who are spend
ing the summer at that resort, and by
whom they were entertained ropally.
Saturday morning the Rock Island
tars turned over the ship to the Al
lonaplianentctl l State oilicern.
The division was highly compli
mented by the state officers for effi
ciency at drill and target practice and
oti it.- general appearance. The chiei
engineer of the Dorothea commended
the engineers of 'he division in high
est terms, stating they were without
equal in any of the men he bad met
in the militia of the state. As a result
of his recommendation, Leonard
Strom berg, of the Rock Island divis
ion, leaves tonight for Chicago to be
attached to the engineering staff of
the Dorothea during the entire summer.
These Goods Into
SO MM EES STAKES A CHANGE
Former Manrrer of Hotel Harms is
Nov at Ambler, P.n.
Announcement b, made in the Hotel
World of July 16, that Harry W. Som
mers. formerly manager of the Hotel
Harms, has disposed of his interest in
the lease the College Arms hotel at
De kanric. F!a.. to H. E. Bates. Mr.
Sommcrs is a' present residing a:
Ambler. Ta.. and does not state what
his future movements will be.
TODAY S MARKETS.
Chicago, July 18.- Following arc the
opening, highest, lowest and closing
quotations in today's markets:
July. ::,. :'V :7'-..
Sptnater, s'.. v!",. v'-. STS.
December, T'4 sv. 7. 7 7 .
July. i, :.. 4!', . 18V
September, tit'-. 4'.". h",.
December, 154, l.".4. t. '.
July. i". to, :.:'... ::;iTs.
September, ::jr.s. "",.
December, S3, ":'-. :!;t'. 834.
September. I :..oo. 13.02. I2.9S, I2.SS.
October, 13.00, 13.46. 12.97. 12.M.
s pt mber. S.9&. . i T . .". '
October, 7.0O, 7. on. 7. mi. 7.00.
September. 7,",-j. 7.5, 7.60. 7. SO
October, 7 70, 7.7. 7. 7.t;.'.
It lots today: Wheat 1. -orh 233,
oats 1l'7. bo-s I0.AO0, cattle S.00O. sheep
Estimated receipts Tuesday: Wheal
25. corn to", oats 1 1 7. hog S.eoo.
II"-' market opened strong to .".
higber. Light ( mixed and
hutchera ." ."..'o." 60. good heavy 5.05ft
rough heavy 5.05 5.25.
Cattle market opened steady to
Sheep market opened ctrong.
Hogs, at Omalia. L.500, cattle 50.
Hogs at Kansas fits. 7.'"": cattle, -iion.
I'. S. Yards. V4 a. ni. Hop: mark t
most 1 j l tv higher. Light n.30 j 72,
mixed aioi butchers 5.3t5.75. good
heavy 5.10! 5.75, rough heavy .VI" 1
Cattle market .-low. but strong,
Beeves 1.10 6.50, cows and heifers 1 '.'
4.90, Texas steers .75$'5.10, stuckers
:tnd feeders 307 I SO.
Sheep market strong.
lion mark' t closed steatly al early
advances. Ughl 5.30(t5.72, mixed and
biitviters 5. 30 5.75. good heavy 5.106
5.7" rough heavy 5.10)5.30.
Cattle market closed slow.
Sheep market closed steady.
New Vaarfc Stoekn.
New York. July iv. Sugar I29. n.is
l '"' .. iv. 1:. !. A i'. 23, Southern Pa-1
I'lltc M'H, U. al- . S514. Atchison rom-J
toon 77 7. Atohison preferred !,::;;. C, I
M. A St laul lt1-. Manhattan 1514,1
Copper W. LT. TeL Co. ... N. Y.
Central ll, I- A N. I154. Reading
common .""S.. Canadian Pacific 126, B. I
It T. .".1. Pacific Mail j:',. I'. S Steel I
preferred h-ji. iv s. Steel '0111111011 ii7x.
Penna IL" .Missouri Pacmc '.'..'i. :oal
v Iron. 39A, Eric common ''i. Wabash
preferred 3t4, ' & O. W. 144. Illinois
Central 136. i'a:' Foundry IS1. Itepublic
Ste-1 preferred rv Itepublic Steel com
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's it notnt io,i. on I'm llon, l.iae
Stock, l'"eel an. I l-'iiel.
Bock Island. July IS. Following are
the who!, alt rjtiotations in the local
ma rk't :
Butter Creamery 18c 020c. dairy isv.
ONE WEEK. BEGINNING MONDAY. JULY 18. ENDING MONDAY.
JULY 25. INCLUSIVE. MISS MAE ROBISON. OF PEORIA. WILL
BAKE FROM THE FLOUR AND DEMONSTRATE TO THE LA
DIES OF ROCK ISLAND ITS TRUE MERIT. ALL ARE CORDIAL
SLEEPY EYE MILLING CO
Tel. 708. old or new.
PUR.ITV AND CLEANLINESS
Eggs Fresh 14c.
L.o rd :.
Live poultry Spring chickens J"'.;1
C3..V p i" loy.cn: HciiH 8c per pound;
turkey 10c per pound, ducks 8c; geese
Vegetables New potatoes 60c.
Live 8 k.
Cattli Steers $4,00 5.80; vows and
heifers 83.00 &4.o9; calves ii. ) i.mi.
ii"s - .iicd and butchers $4.75 Q
Sheep Yearlings or over $3.0034.00;
lambs $3.50 u $.
X ao '
than ever. We frankly admit we
For 15 days from July 18, help
Positively no Credit at
the Above Prices-
JVothing 'But Cash.
INDIAN HEAD 1
Young Si McCombs
ROCK ISLAND. ILL. S
A. S. TIFFANY. Manager. r
209 East Second Street. Davenport, Iowa. S
as to persons are so much a
matter of good bathing equip
ment that 1 wish to emphasise
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
cases it is to your highest inter
est to consult us, sec samples
here and get our estimates freo
STENGEIL. 15he Piximber
Feed nuil fuel.
Grain Corn :.'c i".sc; oats 48c 46c.
Korage Timothy hay $lii$i-.'. prai
rie $94 $10.50; straw $6.50 $7.50.
Wood- Hard, per load. $5.60.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All drnpists refund the money
if it fails to cure. B. V. Grove's Big
nature is on each box. LT cents.