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TIE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1904.
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what we are all after, and the pos
session of a North btar or Indiana re
frigerator insures sweet milk, cream
and butter ami many dainties tiiat
wouM be unattainable without the re
frigerator. Jsecause the summer is
partially over we are making e?pct:al
reductions on refrigerators.
Opposite -fc.ia.rper Ho vise.
because the prices on the 8
shoes and Oxfords are so 8
cheap. S3. 50 and $4.00 g
lines closing at
Lots of other bargains b
Aiusf Shoe Sale
Lots of people have taken advantage of
our clearing up sale all odds and ends,
small lots, etc., accumulated from the
i H6e IB
773 Second A-Vc
While they are down. Our
entire stock of Spring and
Summer Pants in this
Pants Worth From
6.50 to 8.50 for 4.90.
Pants Worth From
4.50 to 6.00 for 3.45.
Pants Worth From
3.00 to 4.00 for 2.45.
Pants Worth From
2.50 to 3.00 for 1.90.
Pants Worth From
to 2.25 for 1.40.
want a fine pair of
Pants for little money, get
into a pair of these.
ROCK ISLAND ILL
OLD SETTLER DEAD
Paseinc of Daniel M. Iteynoldg Had
Farmed ia Urnry Township Near
ly Three-Quarters of Century.
HAD ATTAINED HIS 82D YEAR
Native of Joe Greene County, Indi
ana Funeral to Be Held Wed
nesday From Residence.
Daniel M. Reynobf. who was anion
the earliest of the pioneer settlers of
Hock Island county, died of the infirmi
ties of ae at his home in Drury town
ship at 1 o'clock this morninf?.
lie was S2 years old. but had been
in the enjoyment of health up to
couple of years ayo. He was an uncle
of K. K. Reynolds, deputy sheriff here
Mr. Reynolds was a native of Joe
t.reene county, Indiana. He came to
Drury township in lVJ.i and engage
in iarniiiiij. remaining in that section
of the county continuouslv until hi
lie was married tnere to Susan
Hand, who survives him with thrt
sons and one daughter: Osborne Hey
tiol.!.; and Mrs. John McCinniss. of
Davenport; Austin Reynolds, of Crin
mil. Iowa, and R D. Reynolds, who
lives on the homestead. He was the
owner of uiiu acres of land in Dnirv
I he fuiH-ral services will take place
at the residence at 2 o'clock Wedne
day afternoon. Uurial will be in Rev
Ilmlh t J. It. lliirrlx.
J. It. Harris, a former resident of
this city, ami employed at Dallas
lexas, at the branch house of the
Rock Island I'low company, died there
Saturday. Jh- was a member of Camp
M. V. A., here. The remains will
be brought to this city for burial.
TO GO ON SPECIAL TRAIN
Rock Island Delegates to Liquor Deal
ers' Convention at Kewanee.
I he delegates from Rock Island
county to the convention of the
l.iipior Dealers' Protective association
I hirty-i hird district, comprising the
counties ol Henry anil Rock Island
will go to Kewanee in a special train
over tlie Hiirlmi;ton tomorrow, leavinir
here at S o'clock in the morning. The
special has been chartered bv Otto
Ratting, who is in business in Kt
wanec. ami will cnuperon the party
after its arrival in that city, where
he snys there are many attractions
thai it is well worth one's while going
to see. A low rate has been secured
I ne irain will reacn Kewanee at l(:2n
and will leave on the return trin at
o'clock in the evening.
LIGHTNING STARTS A FIRE
Bowling Farmer Loses Crop in Shed
and Home Threatened.
Lightning during the storm Satur
day moni'ng struck the hay shed and
stable of Kd Daxon. sin Invest of Milan.
ami tire destroyed the building, fo
get her with the owner's crop of hay,
oats ami itarley that was stored in it.
Had it not be n for the rain that fell
heavily immediately after the building
was struck the main barn and dwell
ing would also have undoubtedly gone.
Neighbors rallied and helped fight the
Haines. The situation was rendered
the more serious by the fact that Mrs.
Daxon was confined to her bed by ill
ness at the time. The loss is several
ACCIDENT MAY PROVE FATAL
Fred Rusch, Le Claire Farmer, Col
lides With Street Car.
I-re. I RuseJi. a farmer who resides
near l.e ( laire. on the other side of
the river, while driving home last
evening was struck by a car on the
Iowa A: Illinois in'erurban line. leech
ing injuries that may result fatally.
I ne aec'iient occurred near Camp
.Mel lellan. Rusch seemed to lose con
froi of his iiorses and they dashed
dinctly in front of the car. which
ue was endeavoring to avoin. i ne car
was r.-turrinir to Davenport from Ret
icndorf. Rusch's nose was broken and
je was injurtd internally.
SUES DOCTOR FOR
Charles Edgar Dempsey Asks
From Dr. E. M. Sala.
Suit for Slu.ooo damages for alleged
malpractice was begun in the circuit
court today by Charles Kdgar Demp
sey. of this city, against Dr. K. M.
Sala. The plaintiff is an engineer on
the IJ'irlington. Two yt ars aun he
had an operation performed for ap
pendicitis, and it is claimed that he
was left with a permanent rupture
and other disabilities that should not
have followed. S. R. Kenworthy is
attorney for Dempsey.
McKinley Chapel Entertainment.
A musical and literary program is
to be giv. n at McKinley Raptist chap
el tomorrow evening. The following
program will be rendered: Song.
"America Forever." chorus; recita
tion. Leola Redman: recitation. Hazel
Moore: solo. Margie Terry; recitation.
Miss Rose lmma: dialogue. "The
Cossips;" solo. Miss Iriena Wilford;
recitation. Mrs. Bow en: dialogue.
'Taking the Census;" instnimtntal
solo. Miss Woods. Moline; recitation.
Mr. Sheldon. Davenport: duet, the Tar
ver sisters. Mol:ne: recitation. Mrs. H.
Hol.ins. Davenport; recitation. Mrs.
H. Colden: sojo. Mrs. Watrus. Daven
!rt. Refreshments will be served af
:t r the program.
Bart E. Linehan. of Dubuque, is vis
iting in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Keyser are visit
ing in Fort Wayne. Iud.
Mrs. Sue Crosby, of Denver, is vis
iting her niece. Mrs. E. 1 Goff.
Miss Alice Sage has gone to Mt. Car
roll, 111., for a visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Levey de
parted today for Ottawa Reach. Mich.
Mrs. E. J. Burns and children have
gone for a visit in Iowa and Colorado.
Mrs. D. C. Strecker and Mrs. C. Coh
nan left on the steamer Dubuque this
noon for a trip down the riv-.jr.
Mrs. P. Greenawalt. and sister, Miss
Flora I.aux of Davenport, left this
morning for a six weeks' sojourn at
Misses Lillian Oswald and Annie
Christenson have returned from a
four weeks' trip, visiting points of in
terest in Colorado.
Attorney T. L. Montgomery, of Ca
hoka. Mo., who has been in Rock Isl
and on professional business, departed
for his home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Harrison,
who have been the guests of Rock Isl
and friends for the past two weeks,
departed last evening for their home
in Ottawa, Kans.
C. H. Saulpaugh. of Mankato. Mich.,
formerly a contractor of Rock Island,
arrived in the city today to be in at
tendance at the funeral of John Cru
baugh this afternoon.
C. Li. Russell, night clerk at the
Rock Island house, is seeing; the eights
at the St. louis exposition. During
his absence Tom McHugli is filling the
duties of night clerk.
Miss Bertie Perrin, who has been
at her home in Waukcgan, 111., during
the. summer months, will return to t he
city next month, arid will resume her
c hisses in dancing Oct. 1.
Ceorge A. Price, H. E. Curtis and
Mrs. Theresa Robinson departed last
evening for Hay ward. Wis., near which
point they will spend three weeks
hunting and fishing. At Hayward the
party was joined by the Misses Sarah
and Mary Dart, of this city.
John H. Mitchell, of Iona. Mich.,
commanding general of the forthcom
ing encampment of the foresters at
St. Louis, was a visitor at the Wood
men head omce today for conference
with the general committee on ar
rangements for the encampment. Di
rectors E. E. Murphy and C. (J. Saun
ders and Head Clerk C. W. Hawes.
The committee today rented a suite
of rooms at the Inside Inn at the fair
for the entertainment of the nine gov
rnors wlio will be present to review
the forester's parade on Sept. J.
ROBBERS IN HOME
Watches and Money Disappear From
neeldence of Walter Fowler
on Second Arenue.
WINDOW SCREEN IS REMOVED
Visitation Not Discovered Until Family
Awakened This Morning Miss
ing Rig is Found.
The Diamond Jo Line boats will for
the next few round trips lengthen
their schedule 21 hours. As a result
all the big boats will arrive here one
day behind schedule time.
The steamer Winona, which broke
her stage plank at Albany last week
has had the damaged plank repaired
and is again in good order.
The J. S. left St. Paul today on her
down river trip and will arrive in Rock
Island Tuesday, Aug. 'J.), and on that
nignt win taKe a moonliglit excursion
out of the tri-cities. She will make
only one trip, after which she contin
ues southward en route to Peoria
irom wnence sne will make excursion
trips to St. Louis. She will be in these
waters the middle of September for
her last northern trip this season.
Leaving this part of the river in Sep
tember she goes south for the winter
The Chaperon and her barge. Sum
mer Uirl, owned by C. Ii. Lamb, of
linton, lay in this port yesterday
taving come down here from St. Paul,
She departed last evening for Clinton
Boats down were the Lydia Van
Sant, J. W .Van Sant, R. D. Kendall
E. Rut ledge. Ruth, Emily and Winona;
north, the St. Paul, Chaperon. Ruth,
Emily and Winona. The Helen Blair
went south. The stage of water was
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis
sissippi win continue between Du
buque and Muscatine.
lianitcr Jlfijrht Cling.
Line 8 a. tn. 24 hrs
Kelt. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 J.u o.o
Red Wing i l. o.l
Reeds Landing 12 2.1 M
La Crosse u ::.l :u.i
P. du Chien is 2.; o.O
Dubuque is :,M 0.1
Le Claire in Lo 0.1
Davenport 15 2.G f.1
Des Moines Rapids . .. 1.:: o.l
Keokuk r, 2." ft.o
St. Louis :;u s.i o.l
Kansas City 21 B.r -0.
Reception at New Store.
The new store that W. C. Maucker
has completed on Ninth street, in
South Rock Island, and which is occu
pied by the retail grocer v firm of Sie-
mon & Davis, was opened with a pub
lic reception Saturdav evminic. Sev-
ral hundred people visited the store.
which is two
stories, of brick.
of 32xni). It cost $o,'i0'K
two halls on the second
callers were received Sat
urday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Mauck-
the members of the firm and the
clerks of the st jre. Ice crearn and
cake were served and there was music
v a nionocranh.
news all the time THE
When the members of the family of
Walter Fowler. SIT Second avenue,
arose this morning they discovered
that they had visitors during the
A screen from one of the raised win
dows had been removed and the sev
eral rooms searched and two watches
ami 75 cents taken.
One was a man's watch, with a gold-
filled case, and valued at 2o. The
other was a ladies' Elgin gold-lilled
hunting case, with a small chain at
tached. The family has no idea as to the
hour when the robbery was committed.
as no noise was beard in the house
during the night, the intruders enter
ing and departing without disturbing
the slumbers of anyone in the house.
The police were notified this morn
ing and furnished a description of the
ATm hi l I'nrr llir Mimli'.
A young man rented a horse and
buggy at Murrin Bros, livery on Eigh
teenth street yesterday, and should
have brought it back in the evening,
and when he failed to do so the police
were notified and furnished a descrip
tion of the out-tit. It was located at
.r):::o this morning tied on Forty-third
street. One wheel was damaged, this
probably explaining the failure of the
young man to return the rig to the liv
ery, fearing that the bill would be
larger than he could meet.
Sta-iiln Wale It n n Joke.
John Raesbcrg did not think he was
stealing when he took a watch belong
ing to John Zuehlke, a fellow work
man at the Rock Island Sash & Door
works, and Saturday evening he was
arrested on a charge of larceny.
Zuehlke missed the watch from the
place it he was accustomed to placing
it during working hours several weeks
ago. He knew that Raesbcrg had it,
he said, and warned t lie latter that he
had better return it. The watch is
worth only $1.51). Raesberg admits
that he took the watch, and intends to
stand trial on the charge that has been
lodged against him by Zuehlke. Tin
hearing is to occur at 7 o'clock this
evening before Police .Magistrate G. A.
BURIAL OF MR. CRUBAUGH
Funeral Services This Afternoon at
the Home on Third Avenue.
John Crubaugh was buried this af
ternoon in Chippiannock cemetery, the
funeral services, which were largely
attended, taking place at 2 o'clock at
the residence, 101 Third avenue. The
services were said by Rev. William
Torrance, of the Central Presbyterian
church, and Rev. O. W. Lawrence, of
Memorial Christian church. The Rock
Island Savings bank and the Rock Isl
and Buggy company, of which institu
tions deceased was vice president and
a director, closed during the afternoon
out of respect lo his memory. The
home was filled with friends, who in
cluded numbers of the Masonic fra
ternity, in which Mr. Crubaugh stood
high, and business and social ac
quaintances from all walks of life in
the community with which he had been
so long prominently identified. The
services at the grave were for the
family only. The pallbearers were
Phil Mitchell. T. 1 1. Thomas. T. J.
Me.lill. C. H. McDaniel, Charles Case
and P. Greenawalt.
REV. SHERWOOD HEARD HERE
makes Fine Impression on His Visit at
Trinity Church Yesterday.
Rev. G. H. Sherwood, of the Episc-o
pa I ciiurcii, of Streator. III., who ha s
been called to the pastorate of Trinity
church of this city, following the resig
nation or Ki'V. It. F. Sweet, occupied
the pulpit here yesterday morning and
evening and made a highly favorabb
impression upon the large number of
parishioners who were present at the
It is not yet known whether Mr
Sherwood will accept the call to the
local church. He is in the Chicago dio
cese, wtnle Rock Island is in the Qtiin-
c mocese. making it somewhat de
pendent upon the discretion of the
msnop or Chicago as to what disposi
tion win be made of the rail.
Mr. Sherwood expresses himself ac
being well pleased with the Rock Isl
and parish and it is thought and honed
that he Will COine to Rock Isb.n,!
TRAIN ALLOWED TO STAY ON
Efforts of Montezuma Influence Rtwlc
Threatened with a suit for violation
of the franchise granted by the town
of Montezuma. Iowa
doubt by protestations of residents of
town- and of traveling men. and aware
that three congressmen had been in
terested and were about to take up the
claims of an indignant public, the
Rock Island road has decided to with
draw its recent order curtailing the
service on the Muscatine Western.
The trassenger train which was t.-.k-en
ft Saturday night by the order meti-
ioned will be replaced as an extra
and continue to run on the old bched-
uJe for an indefinite time.
25 per cent Reduction
iVlen's Fancy Suits,
25 per cent Reduction
IVien's Outing: Suits,
25 per cent Reduction
from 4 a pair upward.
A choice eJl little fellows suits,
a.ges 5 to 5 at
Regular S4 to S6.25 suits.
SOMMER.S 6v LA VELLE.
1804 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
SELLING IT FOR LESS
Is what you'll find we are doing on everything in tha
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?
Rrazil coffee, per inl
9 bars Santa Clans or
Anderson's jams, 3 nr
cans for fcOv
3-lb. can apples, IPin
2 for lOv
1-lb. package scrap np
10 bars Cudahy's Diamond np
C soap tmOC
Rest granulated . 1 0(1
Sugar. iy lbs IUU
Egg-O-See and Vigor, np
T. packages twU
Quaker Oats, per q
Standard tomatoes, np
3 cans 0C
Standard corn, np
3 cans tOC
New York gallon np
3-lb. can Creen 1flr
Gages I UC
Pure catsup, 3 np
1-1 b package
3-lb can Egg
Quart hot It?
2-lb pkg. Cero-Fruto, A1al(a-Too
flakes and Curat a Nut, 2
Rest patent Hour, every
Seeded Raisins, 3 lbs.
2 large cakes Ivory
2 cakes Sa polio
3 lb can extra fancy
Toothpicks, 3 largo
Pure Maple Syrup,
quart bottle ,
Shredded Cocoa tint
REMEMBER THE PL.ACE, NEAR POSTOEFICE.
Economy Grocery Co.
Q 1515 Second Ave; old 'phone new 'phono 5102. Rock Island, 111. j
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Welt Outing Hats
WE ARE SHOWING THE EXTREME NEW
SHAPES IN FELT OUTING HATS IN WHITE, CHAM
PAGNE, BROWN AND NEW SHADES OF BLUE JUST
THE HAT YOU WANT TO WEAR RIGHT NOW.
Alice R.oosevelt Veils.
WE HAVE ALL THE NEW COLORS IN THESE
STUNNING VEILS. ONE OF THEM PROPERLY DRAP
ED WILL MAKE A MARVELOUS CHANGE IN THE AP
PEARANCE OF ANY HAT.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner 20th St. and 4th Ave.
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II. E. CA STEEL,
L. I). MUDGE,
II. D. SIMMON,
Central Trust a Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stofk 100,000. Four Prr Cent latt-rrat I'ald oa UrpvaHa.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. I.aVe!le,
H. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
II. II. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
11. W. Tremann,
II. D. Mack,
M. S. Ileagy,
II. 13. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by thin depart
ment, which is kept entirely neparate from the banking bindncHB of
the company. We act as executor of ami trustee under WI113, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
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