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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1906.
WHY NOT HAVE A DELIGHTFUL CALIFORNIA CLIMATE
'ALU THIS WINTER IN YOUR HOME? THE EXPENSE OF
PUTTING IN ONE OF "OUR OWN" HOT WATER HEATING
PLANTS IS NO MORE THAN THE COST OF ONE TRIP,
AND THEN YOU CAN HAVE THIS DELIGHTFUL, EVEN
TEMPERATURE AND HEALTHFUL ATMOSPHERE EVERY
WINTER IN THE FUTURE WITHOUT EXTRA COST.
COLD WEATHER HAS NOT COME YET. YOU CAN
STILL HAVE THE APPARATUS PUT IN IN PLENTY OF
TIME AND ENJOY ITS USE BEFORE SPRING COMES.
WE HAVE EVERYTHING ON HAND TO DO THE WORK.
NO WAITING, PROMPT SERVICE, SATISFACTORY WORK.
TELEPHONE OR CALL ON US AND GET OUR ESTI
MATEIT COSTS YOU NOTHING.
Allen, Myers & Company
ROCK ISLAND FUEL CO.,
For the Best
Office 23d St. and 3d Ave.
Mrs. W. J. Entrikin Passes Away
in Moline After Illness
FUNERAL IS HELD TOMORROW
Long Residence in This County and
Her Business Affairs Give Her
Mrs. Walter J. Entrikin. of Moline,
died yesterday, ending an illness with
paralysis. She was not quite G4 years
of age, and had been a resident of this
community since 1SG1. The funeral
services will be conducted tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home
2124 Third avenue, by Hew Paul
Julia Alathra (Chamberlin) Entrikin
was born, at Lyndon. Vt., March S.
1S12, but when only a few years old
went, to Derby. Vt.. where she spent
her youth attending the public schools
and the Derby academy. In 1SC1 she
came to the bluffs south of Moline.
known as the Chamberlin-Darling set
tlement. She taught in the public
schools of Rock Island and studied
music in Davenport, studying piano
and voice. She had a fine contralto
voice and was an intimate companion
of the lamented soprano. Minnie Heals.
who was lost while completing her
studies in Italv A severe cold marred
icr singing voice after which she
could never be induced to sing again.
She taught music in the tri-cities and
surrounding villages and was on her
way to teach at Port Byron when the
steamboat "lousing" was blown up a
Hampton, where she probably would
have lost her life had she not provi-
lentially, a few minutes before the cat
astrophe reclined on a sofa.
She taught in the fieneseo public
schools where she met Walter J. En
trikin and after seven years a college
education intervening on the 18th day
of August. 1S70, they were married.
Five children blessed this union Eva
.Mary Morgan and William B.. of Chi
cago and Fred C. Roy J., and Ada Lu
cile. of Moline. She was a devoted
mother, endowed by nature with great
business and executive ability, always
cinnati, and from there went to Cof
feyville, to visit his sister. He was
35 years of age, and besides his parents
leaves three sisters and two brothers.
The remains will be brought to Rock
Island for burial. The funeral arrange
ments will be announced later.
MEETING IS CALLED
ON SOUTHWEST DRAIN
Citizens of First and Second Ward to
Assemble at Call of Committee
A meeting has been called at 7:20
tomorrow evening at (100 Seventh av
enue of all people interested in the
proposed southwest storm drain to con
sider the various phases of the project
and give expression relative to its
needs and retiuirements.
The matter is one in which the en
tire lower end of the city is greatly con
cerned and1 it is believed the meeting
will bring out a large attendance from
both the First and Second wards. Spe
cial invitation has been extended to
the aldermen, of the First and Second
wards as well as the sewer committee
of the council to be 'n attendance.
The committee ni charge of the
meeting is composed of John llolzham
mer. John Kolloff. and H. Y. llruethe
of the First ward and B. F. Duiiing.
Fred Schroeder and John Dahn of the
YATES AT HARPER
Reception Given Tonight at Ho
tel for the Former Governor.
GIVES ADDRESS IN MOLINE
Party " Goes from Here Political Es
trangement Between Searle and
McDonald Makes Gossip.
W. B. Meyer, of Ottawa, is in the
J. II. Trimble left for the south Sat
J. T. Stafford came home last night
Edward Hodgson is in Muscatine at
the bedside of his father-in-law. who is
W. B. Roberts has returned from an
extended trip through the territories
Mason Baker, ticket agent of the St.
Paul, spent Sunday and today at King
ston, HI., visiting friends.
Robert Fraser, of Beardstown, di
vision trainmaster of the Burlington,
was in the city last evening greeting
Miss Pansy Blakemore has returned
0 Are Worth ip to
0 Window FviII of Them.
0 Take cv. Look.
You Have a Chance
Do So For Little Money
HA Iff COATS
Thot Have Sold and
YOU KNOW US.
M. C. R. ICE; Prop.
from Sterling, where she' submitted to
taking a great interest in her husband's Ian operation in a hospital about two
profession. She was a number of I weeks ago. She is recovering
years typewriter in her husband's of
fice, every indictment during his term
as state's attorney having been writ
ten by her. She organized and built
ui) the Julia A. Entrikin Fire Insur-
J. E. Parker of Sycamore is here, a
guest of his son, Sam Parker, of the
Woodmen office. Mr. Parker has just
returned after spending" about six
weeks in the south, having been in
Jacob Kruse, of South Rock Island.
Peter Daniels, of Taylor Ridge, the
Kruse brothers, T. W. Simmons, and
Arthur Roth, of Andalusia, were mem
bers of a party that left; yesterday for
Swift Current, Canada. They have se
cured land in the northwest and will
locate near Swift Current.
In Diamonds, Watchei, Clothing; and
all unredeemed goods at UNCLE SIE
GE L'S, 320 Twentieth street; 'ihoneTOl-X. Money to loan on everything
ance agency and made it a success, Cuba the greater portion of the time
and afterwards took her son. Fred, in
as a partner wnicn is still me t.ntri-
kin & Entrikin agency.
She was the pioneer of Moline wo
men in the business world. She was a
helpful friend to any one who was hon
estly striving to get on in the world.
There are many servant girls, oflice
boys and even office seekers who will
ever hold her in grateful remembrance
for her timely and efficient assistance.
She had the power to make things go.
When a girl she united with the Con
gregational church. She purchase!
and presented to the church its first
piano, raising the mony therefor by
voluntary contributions with the un
bending rule that no one should con
tribute more than one dollar to the en
terprise. She was a faitnrul wife, a H. A. W. K. Club. The II. A. W. K.
loving mother, an energetic business club was given a C o'clock dinner Sat
woman. a force which made itself fel: urday evening by Ralph White at his
in the community where she rounded home, 1030 Twentieth street. The
out a useful life. I house was very prettily decorated in
HukIi nnlnton. I the club colors, purple and white. Af-
Funeral services over the remain? Iter an elaborate spread, John Morey
of Hugh Ralston, the Rock Island con-1 was initiated as a member of the club,
tractor whose death occurred at Goth I ami the evening passed in a jolly way
enburg. Kans., Saturday, were hold
this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the I W. O. L. F. Club. Miss Marion
home of his brother, Robert Ralston. I Haire delightfully entertained the W
121 Second street, with whom he made I O. L. F. club Saturday afternoon at
his home. The brief services were I her home. 1303 Seventh avenue. Games
onducted by Rev. D. L. McXary, pas-1 were played and afterwards light re
or of the United Presbyterian church. I 'reshments were served. "Those pres
ent were Charlotte Anderson. Gladys
Society news, written or teltrhnneil
to the society editor of The Ackus, will
be gladly received and published. Bui
il either ease the identity of (lie sender
must tie made known, to insure reliabil
ity. Written notices should bear sig-
uiure una uuuress.j
Supporters of former Gov. Richard
Yates in his campaign for the toga ot
United States senattir made arrange
ments at a meeting at the Harper Sat
urday night for a rece-ption for him at
the Harper house this evening from 7
until S o'clock. At the latter hour ht
departs for Moline, where he will ad
dress an audience that will be found
waiting for him. Those of the Rock
Island voters who desire to hear his
arraignment of the federal machine
will go to Moline, and it is probable
that a large party from here will be
present. Numerous invitations have
been issued to the voters in order that
a creditable reception may be given
the former governor at the llarpei
llrenk in I.cmlerxhlp.
Notable among the political develop
meats is the reported political es
trangement between the former Yate-s-headers.
Judge Charies J. Searle and
Capl. Hugh A. J. McDonald, postmas
ter-elcet eif Rock Island. In the gover
norship campaign they stood togethei
as supporters of the administration, ot
which both were then a part. This
leaves Mr. Searle? as the acknowledge!)
leader of the Yates contingent in this
county, while Capt. McDonald will be
found in the Cullom ranks.
Not it C'liuttliliite.
The Macomb Pystander last week
got hold ef the wrong line of dope am"
started a report that Frank G. Allen ot
Moline would be a candidate for con
gress this year against Congressman
.James McKinney. When interviewed
upon the subject, Mr. Allen said:
"Under no circumstances will I con
sider being a candidate for congress at
BODY MAY BE AT QUINCY
Disappearance of John Reese on Wed
ding Day Possibly Solved.
Relatives ef John Reese, the Daven
port young man who disappeared last
fall on the day he was to have married
a Miss Ruefer. have gone to Quincy.
where they are informed a body has-
been recovered, which may be that o!
the missing young man. It will be re
nicinbcred that the last time yount-
Reese was seen alive he was rowing ir.
a skiff from the camp tf friends on th
island opposite Unwood, live miles-
down the river. The empty skiff was
TWO LICENSES ARE REVOKEt
3-arial took place at Chippiannock
cemetery. D. Ralston, of Willow Is
land, Neb., H. W. Ralston, Robert F.
Halston, E. B. McKown and W. L. As
er, nephews of Mr. Ralston, and Rob
?rt Hanna, of Rural, acted as pall
Native of Ireland.
Mr. Ralston had been engaged in
contracting1 and building in Rock Is
land since 1SC8. He was born in county
Down, Ireland, in 1S29, and in 1849 came
to the United States, remaining for
several years in Pittsburg, Pa. He lo
cated for brief periods in various ci
ties, coming to Davenport in 185C. He
learned the carpenter and contracting
business in Davenport, and in 1858 re
moved to Memphis. He was in Mem
phis when the city was captured dur
ing the civil war, and was for some
years employed in the navy depart
ment at Cairo. 111., as a carpenter. He
Turner, Gertrude Turner, Gertrude
Bleuer, Bessie Bryan, Edna William
son, and Myra Schlemmer,
Play Cinch. Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Stapley very pleasantly entertainetl at
their home on Aiken street last even
:ng in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Petrie, of Chicago. Several hours
were spent at cinch and head prizes
A'ere awarded to Mrs. V. Keeley and
Robert Petrie, consolation prizes to
Mrs. George Battles and Elmer John
on, booby prizes to Mrs. Edward Ol
son and Edwartl Chandler.
Afternoon Party. Miss Irene Hol-
lowbush entertained 14 of her girl
friends Saturday afternoon for Miss
Harriet Moon, of St. Katherine's hall
Davenport, at her home, S3S Twenty
third street. The afternoon was spent
remained at Cairo until 1SC8. when he ln a pleasant, social way, and a lunch
retiirnprt tn Tr-lr Tslanr! nnrl pnpa?pd I ion S serveu.
n' contracting here, the old No. 1
school being his first contract. Early I Ladies at Luncheon. Mrs. Mary
in the 80's he went to Nebraska and j O'Farrell, 215 Ninth street, entertain
purchased ranch land, which ne was at-1 3d a company of lady friends at
tending to when taken sick last Tues-1 luncheon today.
The remains arrived in Rock IslanC TQ ASS ST GALVA TRIBUNAL
this morning, accompanied by Mrs. J.
-JT. Kelly, at whose home he died. Hugh Officers From Rock Island and Kewa
W. Ralston, of the city and the Misse? I nee Take Part.
Mattle and Jennie Ralston, nieces I Supreme Secretary Robert Rexdale
Robert Ralston, his brother. Is the only I and District Deputy S. E Van Norden
immediate surviving relative. of the Fraternal Tribunes eo to Galva
jnme EriritNon. I tomorrow evening, where they will as
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Erickeon. 308 I sist in the installation of the officers
Fifth avenue, received word today of I of the tribunal there. Also assisting
the death of their son. James Erick-1 will be the officers and ladies drill
son, this morning at the home of his I team of ; the Kewanee tribunal. Fol
sister, Mrs. A. Bladel. at Coffey ville, I lowing the ceremonies will be. other
Kans. He bad been working at On-1 forms m entertainment.
Turner Hall and Jack Stewart's Place
Chief of Police McCaskrin today is
sued orders revoking tht? saloon 1 icons
es of the Turner ball and or Jack Stew
art. 2:11 Twentieth street. It is reiort
ed that the reason given is that these
places were open afier mielnight.
PRIMARY LAW WORKS WELL
First Trial in Chicago Proves to Be a
The new primary law by which can
didates ftr oflice are voted for by the
people instead of being nominated ir.
caucus was tried in Chicago Saturdaj
for the first tme, and proved a de
cided success. There was loss troubK
and fewer complaints than in previou
preliminaries under the old system.
Not ice .to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received a
the City Clerk's office. Rock Island. 111.,
until Monday, March 19, 190G, at Z
o'clock p. m., for the erection of an
addition to the Waterworks building
Plans and specifications on file at the
City Clerk's office.
The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
H. C. SCIIAFFER,
Rock Island, 111., Feb. 24, 190C.
Tax is Due.
Taxes for the year 1905 are now due
Parties having personal taxes and ne
real estate will make immediate pay
menL The law In regard to thecollec
tion of personal taxes will be strict':
enforced. Payments made previous te
March 31 will save cost of collectioi
and annoyance to the perrD prop
ty tax payer. Please bring your las
ADOLPH P. JOHNSON,
Office with H. A. "Weld, attorney-at
law, room 59, Mitchell & Lynd build
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
Sharon Baptist church. Belair, Ga., says
of Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend te
mankind. It cured me of lame back
stiff joints, and complete physical col
lapse. I was so weak it took me half ar
hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of
Electric Bitters have made me so strong
I have Just walked three miles in 50
minutes and feel like walking three
more. It's made a new man of me."
Greatest remedy for weakness and all
stomach liver and kidney complaints
Sold under guarantee at Hartz & Ullc
meyer drug store. Price 50c.
mTht "Rtcolltction of Quality "Remains Long After the Trice it Forgotten." f
Tnim Mark Bacwtand.
"Old Friend Tools"
Every man fels a certain pleasure in the use of good
tools. He knows that he can depend upon them to do
their work and do it well. In time a man will become
attached to a good tool as to an old friend, so in sym
pathy do they seem to become.
Keen Kutter Tools are the kind of tools that become
old friends. They are the dependable, long-service kind.
There is economy and satisfaction in buying Keen
Kutter Tools lecause every Keen Kutter Tool is the
best that brains, money and skill can produce.
Keen Kutter Tools have been the standarJ of Amer
ica for 35 years and were awarded the (I rand Prize at
the St. I.ouis Exposition, the only prize of the kind ever
given to a complete line of tools. The name Keen
Kutter covers a com plete lineof tools so that you may buy
any kind of tool with assurance of absolute satisfaction.
When, for instance, you buy a bit be sure to get one
bearing the Keen Kutter name. Made in all leading
patterns, highest quality of steel, finest finish and with
long cutting lips, insuring long life.
Some of the other kinds of Keen Kuttef Tools are 1
Axes, Adzes, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels, Screw
Drivers, Auger Bits, Files, Planes, Draw Knives, Saws,
Tool Cabinets, Scythes, Hay Knives, Grass Hooks,
Brush Hooks, Corn Knives, Eye Hoes, Trowels, Prun-
. ing Shears, Tinners' Snips, Scissors, Shears, Hair Clip
pers, Horse Shears, Razors, etc. , and Knives of all kinds.
If your dealer lors not fcerp Keen Kutter Tools, write tia
and we will xee that you are nupplied.
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY.
St. LooU, V. S. A. 293 Broadway. New York.
Fancy Worsted, Regular
$5, $6 and $6.75,
Broken sizes, fine values
Lived and flourished in the aseg
when ceal was forming and
knew good coal. We venture the
statement that he never saw bet
ter coal than we are selling t o
lay clean, bright, dry and fat
i: f;ie:feiry in every respect.
You will need more coal before the robins appear and we hope to have
your next order. Also remember us when you plan for your next sea
E. B. McKOWN,
1401 Second Avenue. Both 'pho nes. Rock Island, III.
All the news all the time The Argus
Licensed to Wed.
Chris Shastr Taylor Ridge
Hattie Oak Rock Island
Felix L. Turner Davenport
Anna M. Sebastian ....... .Davenport
James S. Sellers Rock Island
Gertrude Stone Rock Island
New Burlington Time Card.
A new time card went into effect on
the Burlington yesterday, several of
the main line trains being changed
slightly. The only effect here is to
bring the Ueardstown passenger in at
11: -K in the morning instead ef nt
11:30. It is held at (.'alesburg for a
Quincy connection that it formerly
news all the time THE
And you know why, too. It's those gray
hairs! Don't you know that Ayer's Hair
Vigor restores color to gray hair? Well,
it does. And it never fails, either. It
V f stops falling hair also, and keeps the
y scalp clean and healthy. Do not grow
JL LI 'k L old so fast! No need of it. f'fiV?