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THE XHGTTS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1005.
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ALL THE TIME AT ALL THE
FIXTURES AND AT A MINI
THIS "IDEAL- TANK HEATER
REQUIRES SO LITTLE FUEL
AND ATTENTION TO KEEP
YOUR HOT WATER TAN tv "GOOD
AND HOT" THAT YOU WILL
NEVER NOTICE IT.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON THE
COST OF PUTTING IN ONE.
DO IT NOW.
LEFT SORE SPOTS
Searle Men Not Recognized on
the Congressional Delega
tion of Forty-one.
ACTION WITHOUT WARRANT
Combination Delegation Asked for and
Refused Allen Supporters Dis
avow Action By Committee.
Allen Mvers& Company
Iowa. Illinois Railway
Why don't youjCjQfi.that;
to Clinton on the
short ride part way
I. (Si I.
r .The rido i.s cool and fomt'ortablo.
"You Ought to See."
IIfw ni'' I have made my rnom look
with a few rans of paint. I went down
to th e I'nrldou W all I'uprr t oinpon),
and they had every color and shade 1
could think of. and varnishes and
brushes to K' with them, and so na.-
And I'nper! Yon ,1ust oup-ht to In
and nee ttieir line of Wall Paper. .You
Just couldn't help buyinK"
This little laily has told the whole
story, except the prices, which we would
be very n'.ad to tjuote you it' you would
kindly' make us a cull.
Paridon Wall Paper Co.,
410 Seventeenth Street.
Old 'plioor 721-X. rn 'oboue '! 1 S.
ii PANTS PANTS I
$6, $6.50, $7, $7.50, $8
All this Week
Four-f ifiy $4.50. Four-fifty
PANTS PANTS I
$4.50. $5. $5.50
All this Week
Three-fifty $3.50 Three-fifty
Considerable soreness, It is said, fol
lowed the county convention of the
republicans yesterday. It was not that
they were defeated that the Searle sup
porters complain, for that was fore
seen, but the list of delegates to the
congressional convention did not con-
ain the name oi any of the leading
opponents of Mr. Allen. Although there
were 41 delegates named and the op
position is now ready to support Mr.
Allen until he is either nominated and
elected or defeated, not one will have
credentials at the big meeting.
Action In warranted.
That the action was unwarranted has
been admitted by several Allen sup
porters who have declared themselves
on the matter. It is claimed that it
was not necessary to put on the men.
f there were any, who were against
Allen for any other reason than that
they were for Searle. but that there
are plenty who are strongly for Allen
now that the preliminaries are over
and would be glad of the opportunity
o go to Bushnell to work for him. As
4he issue to a certain extent was Rock
Island against Moline in tne primaries,
the success of Moline leaves nothing
further to divide them and a combina
tion delegation was asked for and
' Convention Down Dlxlrlct.
The county conventions down in the
district went as predicted. Rankin.
Chandler, McKinney and Gittings. get
ting instructions in Warren. McDon-
ough. Mercer and Henderson, with
Hancock uninstructed. It is reported
that Hancock. Henderson. McDonough
and Mercer are the McKinney counties
and thar'that is the combination that
will nominate the Aledo man.
Some of the delegations chosen are
Mercer William N. Graham. Hon. M.
G. Reynolds. E. E. Emrick. W. T.
Church. Henry Crosby, and 1). N. Blas
er. of Aledo; Elex Carnahad, of Joy;
W. 13. Cullison. of Viola; Elisha Lee. of
Hamlet; John Lawson, of Cable; J. W.
Dilley. of Ohio Grove; Dr. J. S. Allen, of
Keithsburg; T. A. Lawhead. of Suez;
Vfank Ives, of New Bosrdnj-W 'I if Em
erson, of New Windsor. '
Hancock George Eastman, S. H.
Aldrich. C. Childer. O. F. Berry, S. E.
Math. M. C. Howd. S. Starky, Hiram
ingersoll. Ed Hancock 'Frank Daley.
M. W. Hull. W. H. Jackson. R. It. Wal
lace, Areand Pierroit, F. L. Davis, M.
T. Hunt. J. F. Crawford. John Schmitz
and C. .1. Ash.
Henderson J. H. Kilsore. William
P. Herbertz, George Chant. CI W; Coop
er. A. E. Peasley, T. C. Allen, C. S.
Cooper, and Spurgeon Musgrove. Git
tings was endorsed for congressman.
The delegates were instructed, but are
Warren I,. H. Hanna, J. C. Allen,
Hon. F. E. Harding. W. H. Sexton. J.
M. Porter. J. D. Diffenbaugh. E. C. Har
din. C. F. Buck, and C. E. Tracy. J. E.
Holliday. C. M. Rodgers, A. J. Temple
I). E. Donly. John C. Gabby. George
Brooks. J. M. Hendricks, J. W. Prouty,
C. E. Johnson.
$3. $3.50. $4
All this Week
i Two-fifty $2.50
t $2.25. $2.50. $2.75 3
All this Week i
f One-fifty $1.50 One-fifty
JL We wish to state that this is the final clearing sale of all our spring
I- and summer trousers, and woutd advise our patrons to take advantage n
of this opportunity and supply themselves. F
a celebration of Robert Kramer's
Trinity Choir Give Excursion. The
members of the Trinity choir have
made plans for a moonlight excursion,
to be given Aug. 24 on the steamer
M. C. RICE. Prop.
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Cary-White Wedding. At the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P
J. Cary, 2210 Sixth avenue, last even
ing at 8 o'clock, occurred the marriage
of Miss Marie Catherine Cary to
Charles F. White. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. E. Roache of St
Joseph's church. The couple entered the
room to the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, played by Miss Elea
nor Roche, and during the ceremony
she played. "Hearts and Flowers." Miss
Mary Cavanaugh was maid of honor
and Miss Grace Cary. sister of
fhe bride, was bridesmaid. Thomas
Cary. brother of the bride, was best
man. The bride and maids were gown
ed in white. The decorations were of
green and white. Mr. and Mrs. White
departed this morning for Pontiac.
where he has purchased a grocery busi
The bride has grown to womanhood
in Rock Island, and is known to a large
circle of friends as a charming lady.
Her education was secured in the Rock
Island graded and high schools and Au
gustana cowege. from wnicn sue was
graduated in 1S9S. The groom came
to this city about four years ago from
Pontiac, and until last spring was em
ployed in the head office of the Modern
Woodmen of America. Since the or
ganization of the Rock Island Hard
ware company he has been engaged in
Surprise Perpetrated on Crmpers.
The young men of Camp Na-hee-Cha
were pleasantly surprised by a crowd
of their young lady friends on Monday
evening. A delightful supper was
served by the young ladies, after which
the time was snent in playinz gamfs
and music. After much trouble Fred
inthniiT succeeded in learning the
chorus of "In the Shade of the Old Ap
pie Tree." The affa?r was planned as
Gather for Annual Picnic at 10
W. A. Robb is visiting in Chicago.
Joe Rosenfield goes to Chicago to
morrow. H. M. McCaskrin has gone to Peoria
for a few days' stay.
Hope Thompson has gone to La
Salle on a business trip.
Arthur Barry, of Joliet, is the guest
of J. H. Meehan of this city.
Mrs. Mollie Kohn and daughter.
Mrs. Frankel, departed for Des Moines
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Williams departed
this noon for an extended visit in Cali
Mrs. A. Deisenroth and daughter.
Ada. have returned from a visit to Ke
Mrs. Mayer Levi and little daughter
Pauline, departed this afternoon for
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Witherell de-j
part today for a week's outing at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bandlow departed
this noon for California for a visit of
Mrs. Margaret Applegate has depart
ed for Seattle, Wash., to visit her son.
E. J. Appletrate.
J. H. Jones and J. W. Baker have
gone to Kansas and Nebraska for a
three weeks' trip.
Mrs. Will Rymers and little daugh
ter, of Ellendale, Minn., are guests of
Mrs. John Brittain.
Rev. R. B. Williams, and wife, and
daughter Ruby, departed this noon for
a trip on the Great Lakes.
Mrs. Charles McIIugh and daughter.
Elizabeth, have gone to Chicago to
spend a week visiting with friends.
Mrs. Mary Kirk and son. Harold, de
parted this morning for Hamilton, Can.,
where she will visit her sister. Mrs. J.
Robert F. Reinch. postmaster of
Woodstock. 111., and Theodore Hames.
of the same place, are spending their
vacations in Rock Island.
J. S. Christ, agent of the Rock Island
at Green River, departed this noon for
California to visit several weeks. He
spent a few days in Rock Island with
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Rosenfield and
son Albert and Mrs. Charles Keller
leave tomorrow for Mackinaw Citv.
Mich., to spend the remainder f the
Among the passengers on the St.
Paul last evening for St. Paul were the
following from this city: Miss Emma
Battles. Miss Lottie Kenworthy. Mrs.
J. M. Beeman. and Mrs. T. M. Frev.
Mrs. B. Smith, who has been the
guest of Mrs. George Roth, departs on
Friday morning for her home m Los
Angeles. Cal. Mrs. Smith stops at
Denver for a short visit with friends
in that citv.
Dr. H. W. Reed returned today from
his trip abroad. Since attending the
International Baptist convention, at
London. England. Mr. Reed has; been
touring throughout Scotland and Eng
land, and reports a delightful trip.
Dr. S. B. Hall and Division Supt. L.
B. Allen, made a trip over the Peoria
branch of the Rock Island in a special
car yesterday. The trip was made for
the purpose of examining the operators
and station agents as to their sight and
Dr. E. C. Spinney, supreme president
of the Bankers' Union of the World
which has headquarters in Omaha, was
in the city yesterday on business with
Deputy Supreme President Francis
Bartle, located here. The visit of Dr.
Spinney is for the improvement of the
order in this state, of which Mr. Bartle
A PROGRAM AND ATHLETICS
Address of Welcome By Mayor Mc
Caskrin Response By James Brit
ton of Andalusia.
ADMITS ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
Stranger Found With Throat
Herman Cleberg. the stranger
was found in East Moline with
throat cut yesterday morning
claimed an attempt had been made to
murder him. admitted an attempt at
suicide yesterday afternoon. Under
the physician's care it is thought that
he will recover.
This disease has lost its terrors
since Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into use. The
uniform success which attends the use
of this remedy in all cases of bowel
complaints in children has made it
a favorite wherever its value has be
come known. For sale by all leading
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scslp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve has no equal. It is a certain
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the fire
out of a burn and heal without a scar
Boils, old sores, carbuncles, etc., are
quickly cured by the use of the genu
ine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Ac
cept no substitute as they are oftec
dangerous and uncertain. Sold by all
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent and at
tack of indigestion. Kodol is a thor
ough digestaat and a guaranteed cure
for Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Gas on the
stomach. Weak Heart, Sour Risings
Bad Breath and all stomach, troubles
Tomorrow the members of the Ma
sonic fraternity of Rock Island and
Scott counties will gather at the Watch
Tower with their families, the occasion
being the third annual picnic of the
Rock Island and Scott County Masonic
Picnic association. The following pro
gram has been arranged for the after
noon session of the association, at the
conclusion of the band concert:
Music Bleuer's band.
Prayer Rev. R. G. Pearce, D. D.
Address of Welcome Major George
W. McCaskrin. Fraternity lodge, Ann
Selection Bleuer's band.
Response to address of welcome
James Britton, Andalusia. Andalusia
lodge. No. 51C.
Vocal solo Miss Gertrude Carse.
Address "Fraternity." George C.
Wenger. Rock Island.
Selection Bleuer's band.
Athletic Con tea I m.
The following program of athletic
contests has been arranged, and will
follow the addresses and business
100 yard dash, for boys under 10
Prize, league ball and bat.
Fat men's race Prize, Inx of cigars
Sack race Prize, bathing suit.
Egg race Prize, silver souvenir Ma
Tug of war Philo and Valley lodges.
Prize, box of cigars.
Potato race Prize. Haviland china
creamer and sugar.
Shot put Prize, gold Masonic but
ton. Girl's race Prize, parasol.
Three-legged race Prize,
Seven-year-old race Prize
hawk bounding ball.
Chairman of the Day C. C. Wilson
Rock Island lodge. No. C58.
Oathrr at 1U O'cloek.
The party will gather at the Watch
Tower in the morning at Irt o'clock
and the whole day will be devoted to
festivities. There is a membership of
over 2.10( Masons in the two counties.
and these with their families, and so
journing Masons, and the families of
deceased members, will compose the
gathering tomorrow. The evenini will
be devoted to dancing, music, vaude
ville, and moving pictures. President
C. C. Wilson has arranged a number of
unique features for the evening enter
tainment. and these will be in the na
ture of a surprise. The moving pic
tures will be shown during the entire
evening, from the time it is sufficiently
dark until the crowd disperses. Danc
ing at the inn will be free to those
who are provided with tickets to be
obtained from members of the execu
tive committee, composed of C. C. Wil
son. C. A. Hayes. E. H. Bowman, and
R. A. Evans.
FlrMt Held Here.
Though the idea of the association
originated in Rook Island two years
ago. when the first picnic was held in
Moline. this is the first meeting of the
association to be held in this city, and
the local members are sparing no pains
to make the event a great success.
There are 1,5(0 members in Rock Is
land county, and fi(M) members in Scott
county. The lodge having the largest
percentage representation will be
awarded a prize of $10 in gold, and all
of the lodges are making an effort to
have a big representation to compete
for the prize.
PUT ON OBSERVATION CAR
Additional Accomodations on Trains
Nos. 11 and 12.
A new eight-section observation
car has been placed on trains No. 11
and 12. Chicago to Kansas City, on the
Rock Island. This is in addition to the
regular sleepers now included in these
trains. The new car is installed today
on the west bound train, which leaves
Rock Island at 11:40 o'clock, and to
morrow on the east bound train, which
leaves here at 5:20 o'clock in the morn
ing. This will give a much better
sleeping car accomodation to passen
gers from this city.
Taken With Cramps.
Win. Kirmse, a member of the bridge
gang working near Littleport, was
taken ill Thursday night with cramps
and a kind of cholera. His case was
so severe that he had to have the mem
bers of the crew wait upon him until
Mr. Gifford was called and consulted
He told them that he had a medicine
In the form of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that
he thought would help him out and ac
cordingly several doses were admin
istered with the result that the fellow
was able to be around the next day. The
incident speaks quite highly of Mr. Git
ford3 medicines. Elkader, Iowa. Ar
This remedy never fails. Keep it in
your home it may save life. For sale
at all leading druggists.
Three spectres that threaten baby's
life. Cholera infantum, dysentery, di
arrhoea. Dr. Fowler's Extract of WiM
Strawberry never fails to conquer
Broken lots of Men's Stylish
Suits of the Stein-Bloch Co.
marked at a great saving in
price. $20, $19, $18 and
$16.50 Suits at
Regular Suits that were
S12.50. $10 and SQ are
marked down to
Sommers & LaYelle
You Are tlie Pilot
Of Your Purse,
And If you steer clear of high prices and buy your grocer
ies at the Economy grocery where the lowest prices and
best goods go hand in hand, it will not be necessary for
you to "wait until your ship comes in," for the saving you
can make on groceries will net you a neat sum at the end
of the year, that can be used for making purchases that
you could not afford otherwise. The time to begin is now.
You will note the saving at once. Read these prices.
Finest Bacon, pound .....12',2C
6 lbs. Head Rice 25c
6 salt Mackerel ...25o
6 cans Oil Sardines 25c
6 cans Mustard Sardines.... 25c
6 bottles Catsup 25c
6 cans Cream 25c
6 pkgs. Gold Dust 25c
10 bars D. C. Soap 25c
3 cans Table Syrup ...25o
3 cans tall Salmon '. . . .25o
3 lbs. Cakes 25c
8 pkgs. Tooth Picks 25c
8 sacks Salt 2So
1 lb. N. J. Tea 25c
2 lbs. Coffee, good 25o
Finest Cheese, pound 15c
Good Corn, per doz 75c
E. J. Peas, per doz 0o
Yeast Foam, per pkg 3c
Fancy large Olives, quart... 25c
2 large bars Ivory Soap . ...15o
2 bars Sapolio ....15o
Ammonia, quart bottle 8c
5 lb. can best Baking Powder. 50o
3 pkgs. Jello 25o
THE ECOiiY GROCERY
1515 SECOND AVENUE.
jSugtitan a College
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Offers Excellent Courses in
College, Icademy, Mtisic, 'Business,
I r t, and Elocution Departments.
Fall Term (r-4
Opens Tuesday. O Cptm J GusrX"?reen
How Abovit Your Hester?
Is it all right and ready for the
winter? If not, this Is the best
time to have it cleaued and put
In repair before you mart your
winter's fire. Or. possibly, you
need a new one? In any case,
you will find our work In this
line of the best. We will put in
steam heating apparatus or hot
water heating at a reasonable
CH ANN ON CI DUFVA
Both phones. 112 Weat 17th St.
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