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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1900.
TO GAMP LINCOLN
Sixlh Regiment Has Special
Train Over the Burlington.
em Woodmen adjourned last evening.
During the session the board allowed
:.".h; death claims, in the amount of
STARTS FROM ROCK ISLAND
Morrison and Sterling Companies Join
Rock Island and Moline Militia
The Cth regiment of the Illinois Na
tional Cuard will make the trip to
Camp Lincoln at Springfield over, the
Kurlington Friday, arriving at the
caiup at 4 o'clock Saturday morning.
The train will be made up here and
will iV)iis!st cf tl.ri'e l.aggage cars, one
loach fur the staff officers and five
."aches for the soldiers. Company I
of Morrison will have over the North
western a !: !" Friday morning, for
Sterling, where lh j will he joined by
Company !- of that c-ity. and arrive in
this city at 11 :". Companies I and K.
t jgtther v. ith Company A of this c ity.
will kave here at noon and the rci-
mental band and Company F will
board the train at Moline. They wit!
reach Oaltsburg at 2 o'clock Friday af
ternoon and will be joined by Company
K of Kewauee and Company II of .Mon
i.:outh and Company C of CJalei'burg.
At rlfra:i' Iii:ui.iiieu t.
In the afternoon the state encamp
ment of the United Spanish War Yet
irans will be l.ebi and the fc'th regi
i.:eat will take part in the dress par
:dt Many of the men in the i'th reg
iment are among those who took part
in the Cuban campaign, and the ar
tangenienJs made give th:.-e who oth-
rwise would be unable to r.tiend, an
ppoitunity to attend the encampment.
A supper is to le served for the beys
:it tJaleshurg in the evening, and at
11:30 the trains are again bearded for
Springfield, the trip being made by way
( f Peoria.
PRAISES QUINCY'S CREW
Mrs. S. Edwards Was Passenger on
Doat at Time cf Accident.
Mrs. Samuel Edwards of this city,
was on the packet Quincy when it met
with the accident at Trempealeau.
Wis., last week. She is now visiting
with her sister at Keokuk and writes
to a friend in this city the1 following
testimonial to the conduct e)f the o.'Hc
iis and crew of the boat: "Too much
cannot be said of the coolness and
courage of the officers and crew of the
Quincy and of the treatment received
at the hands of the Diamond Jo com
pany by the passengers. That such an
accident could happen to a boat carry
"ng 2o passengers, the majority of
i hem women, and none be kiikd or
even injured, is remarkable and is of
CONVENE AT PARK
County Association of Chih
tian Endeavor Has Semi
OFFICERS ELECTED FOR YEAR
Rev. Richard S. Haney Addresses Con
vention at Prospect Park, Moline
Picnic Supper Served.
:tsi!t a hi-.
compliment to the con
duct of the' oiTicirs
and crew of the
Death Claims Allowed.
The board of directors of the
It is caused by the clogging of the
bowels and intestines. Keep the di
gest! an active, the stomach rit;ht.
the bowels healthy and open with
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 1-V. rp..l 23c.
OF LINCOLN'S ADDRESS
Speech Responsible for Birth -of Repub
lican Party Observed at Sterling
Stone for Monument.
Sterling, 111., July IS. Fifty years
ago yesterday. Abraham Lincoln visit
ed this city and delivered an address
in the stirring campaign" that brought
i.re republican party into existence,
and to observe the golden anniversary
of that event a monument was formally
dedicated in this city yesterday. The
celebration was made the occasion of
a reunion of those who heard Lincoln's
address .V.i years ago. Of the several
housand who came to this city and
who resided here and heard the great
man deliver bis address only these re
main: Thcmas A. Cait. Mr. and Mrs.
Cordon Tierce. Mr. and Mrs. John I).
Av.ry, Mrs. E. M. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
1!. M. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Kns
s. !i. and Mrs. E. I. Randolph.
The monument was erected by the
Women's club of this city. It is a
roagii sandsteme found on a prairie
: out beast of the city. It w as erected
-ou:e time ago, but the ceremonies of
the dedication, which were simple bill
impres.-ive. occurred ye-sierduy.
Only S2 Years Old.
"I r.m only s2 years old and don't ex
pect even when I get to be real old to
fe 1 that way as long as I can get Elec
tric Tl'.t t or.-." says Mrs. E. II. Iiruuson,
of Dublin, Ca. Surely there's nothing
e!se keeps the old as young anil in ikes
the weak as strong as this grand tonie
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, in
flamed kidneys er chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit-
I te:s a reasonable time. Cuaranteed iy
I Uartz & t'llemeyer, e'ruggists. Price
TEXAS ELBERTA EATING PEACHES,
finest on tho market, for balance this week
At B,, 'Rachman's Grocery
700 Twelfth treet.
The 27th semi-annual convention of
the Rock Island County Christian En
deavor societies was held yesterday at
Prosject park, and there were over a
hu nil reel de-legates present. The fed
lowing program was carried out during
t he afternoon and evening:
Song service, led by W. L. Stange.
"Twenty-five Years of C. E." E. D.
Heading Miss Henrietta Kinr.er.
C. E. Evangelization Rev. Marion
Song service, led by W. L. Stange.
Reading C. II. Cornwall.
Violin duet D. A. Johnston, Miss
Address Rev. R. S. Haney.
Mr. Haney's subject was, "The
Vesting Man Who Went Courting, and
What Came Of It." -
Lunch was served at noon and in
the evening an elaborate picnic supper
was served. D. A. Johnston, acting as
toastmaster called en a number of the
delegates present to respond to toasts.
Olii-T.4 for t!i tmr.
The officers of the association elect
ed yesterday are:
President E. D. Fisher of Sears.
Vice President Verne Richards of
Recording Secretary Miss Rose
Kippered" Port Byron.
Corresponding Secretary Miss Ma
bio Siblinger of Port Byron.
Treasurer D. A. Johnston of Silvis.
Junior Superintendent Miss Van
Horn of Rock Island.
Mission Superintendent Edward
Cox of Moline.
Dutch Artists E. B. Greenshields.
Hazel of Heatherland Mrs. M. S
Japanese Child Life A. C. Haines.
A Motor Car Divorce? Mrs. L. C.
Concerning Paul and Fiammetta
Mrs. L. A. Harker.
Life In the Open C. F. Holder.
Their Husband's Wives W. D. llow
ells. Literature, Its Principles and Prob
lems T. W. Hunt.
Pam Decides Bettina von Hutton. .
All for the lxive of a Lady Mis. E.
Lady cf the Decoration Frances Lit
tle. Warren Hastings Sir A. C. Lyall.
Field Book of Wild Birds and Their
Music F. S. Mathews.
The New Far East T. F. Millard.
Master Mummer E. P. Oppenheim.
Mysterious Mr. Sabin.
Tiie Fortune Hunter D. G. Phillips.
He-arts and Creeds A. C. Ray.
Cost of Competition S. A. Reeve.
Concrete Blocks and Their Use in
Building Construction II. H. Rice.
Told In the Hills M. E. Ryan.
Saints In Society Mrs. M. B. Saun
ders. Superseded May Sinclair.
The Tysons May Sinclair.
The Jungle U. B. Sinclair.
Holland as Seen and Described by
Famous Writers Esther Singleton.
Old Washington Mrs. H. E. P. Spof
ford. Brown of Moukden Herbert Strang.
Called to the Field Mrs. L. M.
In Our Town W. A. White.
Lady Betty Across the Water C. X.
Old Tales from Rome Alice Zim-mer.
PIP KSIP1 iSSSS
rcSESK V&$fe3g t&Sl
iMSm i&Ol m&5zi
?im?&m tefiSEsg ra
th&M !skSs3 b&gs
Double Bill For Tomorrow!
"The Store That Saves You Money."
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ace Curtain ay!
PRETTY WARM AT RANTOUL
-L. H. Bailey.
A. E. Bayly.
The' following books have been re
ceived at the public library:
Moral Overstrain (J. W. Alger.
Federal Regulation of Corporations
American Society of Sociology and Po
The Misses Make-Believe M. S.
Little Sister or Destiny Golett Bur
gess. "If Youth But Knew" Mrs. A. S.
'oniston Winston Churchill.
Africander Land A. R. Cedquhoun.
More Storie-s of Married Life M. S.
Awake ning of Helen Richie Margar
Finality of the Christian Religion
G. B. Foster.
Susan Clegg and Her Neighbors A.
Miss Primrose R. R. Gilson.
Landscape Painting and Modern
Hottest Place in Illinois Last Week
Weather Throughout State.
The weekly weather bulletin sum
mary for the week ending July 1(1 in
The mean temperature averaged
slightly above normal throughout the
week, and there was but little variation
from day to day. The highest temper
ature, OS degrees, occurred at Rantoul
on the lcth and at Bloomington on the
ll'rh. and the lowest, 52 degrees, was re
corded at Lanark on the 9th. The sun
shine averaged CS per cent in the I jjjl
northern district, 51 per cent in the cen- j j'fcpUi
irat, ami ;. per cent in tne soutnern. j lr.if-'fi
lie ne ficial show ers occurred in many feAi-a.
loeamte.-; tnrougaout tne state on tne -
ijiu ami luin, witu neavy rams n
sejuie? of the eastern counties: bat the
week's rainfall was very !ecal in char
a ter, and droughty conditions still ob
tain i.t some sections, especially over
the western half of the state. Destruct
ive hailstorms were reported from por
tions of Iroquois county on the 12th.
The following table shows the mean
temperature and precipitation, with de
partures from the normal, of selected
weather bureau stations, and typifies
the prevailing weather conditions of
the state- for the past week:
Highest. Ijowest. Mean, from
IF THERE IS ONE THING THAT IS ALWAYS WELCOME IN A HOME,
IT 15 THE NEAT, DAINTY AND BEAUTIFUL LACE CURTAINS, AND
WE WANT EVERY READER OF THIS AD TO GET NEW LACE CUR
TAINS TOMORROW. THUS FAR DURING THE GREAT PROFIT SHAR
ING CLEARANCE SALE WE HAVE SOLD HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF
CURTAINS, BUT TOMORROW WE WANT TO MAKE IT A TYPiCAL
LACE CURTAIN DAY. THAT IS WHY WE CALL YOUR ESPECIAL AT
TENTION TO THE MANY BARGAI NS TH AT Wl LL EE FOUND IN THIS
SECTION AT SUCH CUT PRICES: WERE 8Scf FOR 65c; WERE $1.9.,
FOR $1.3S; WERE $2.75, FOR $2.12; WERE $3.25, FOR $2.33. THESE ARE
ONLY A FEW TO SHOW YOU HOW THE KNIFE HAS BEEN USED IN
THIS DEPARTMENT. WE HAVE CURTAINS AT ALL PRICES AND
WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY PAIR,
Yes! No! Well, if you failed to get here, it is not our fault. Wo ha:!
soir.ething doing all day, and sorry you missed it. This Profit-Sharing
C'esrsnce Sa'e is the greatest sale ever held in Rock Island. We have cut
prices in order to make a clearing, and are giving you trading stamps abso
lutely free, which makes it worth your while to travel miles to attend. Visit
the Premium Parlcr on the second floor; get a bock, and st3rt saving stamps
and get something for nothing that you thought you couldn't afford.
r.eo yards of all silk ribbon goes on sale tomorrow morning rt fi o'clock;
black and colors; extra wide: buy it while it lavt.; and save from 2c to
on tne yard; remember, tomorrow only, at. per
La Salle . .
Dubuque . .
Keokuk . . .
St. Louis .
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i &he . Beeclner L
V V e-J jX bi
Has been accepted by the city coun
cil. This addition is situated on
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
between Fifteenth and Seventeenth
avenues. It is a desirable location for
homes, being high and level with some
fine shade trees, city water on ground
and street car line within a block.
These lots for the next 30 days will
be sold at a low price. A sure thing
for investors. Will sell on easy terms.
Buy soon and have your choice. Apply
St. Louis 0.00
We have sm:e :noie of that '.'..-nch wid
duriiig litis cab.' at
taffeta libhoii. that goes
Erroneously Thinks ty Securing Her
Scalp That She Cures Dandruff.
Cleanly woman has an erroneous
idea that by scjuring the scalp, which
removes the dcidruff scale:-. r':e is cur
ing t!:o dandruff. She may wash her
sculp every day. and yet have dar.druff
her life long, accompanied by falling
hair, too. The only way hi the world
te) cure dandruff Is to kill the daiidruft
germ, and there is no hair preparation
that will do that but NewLro's Ih-rpi-cide.
Ilerpicide, by killing the dan
druff germ, leaves the hair free; to
grow as healthy nature intended. De
stroy t'.ie catise, you remove the effect.
Kill the dandruff germ with Ilerpicide-.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cen-. s in stamps for sample to the Her
I icide company, Detroit, Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
Children like Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. The pleasantest and i
best cough syrup to take, because it
contains no opiates. Sold by all druggists.
OUTING FOR FARMER BOYS
15132 Second Avenue.
Grout of Winchester Plans Fea
ture for State Institute.
Springfield. II!., July IS. A week's
outing for progressive farmer hoys of
the Twentie th congressional district Is
planned by A. P. Grout of Winchester,
as part of the work of the state farm
ers' institute. Mr. Grout's purpose is
to organize junior farmers' clubs and
interest the boys in corn judging con
tests. The classes will be addressed
by Frank H. Hall of Aurora, superin
tendent of the state farmers' institute;
Dr. Cyril (I. Hopkins, soil expert of the
University of Illinois; Charles W. Fair
of Chicago, assistant superintendent
of the Cook County schools, and Pro
fessor S. A. Forbes, entomologist of the
University of Illinois. The outing will
be given at Winchester July 30 to
A Hard Lot.
Of troubles to contend with, spring
from a torpid liver and blockaded bow
els, unless you awaken them to their
proper action with Dr. King's New Life
Pills; the pleasantest and most effect
ive cure for constipation. They pre
sent appendicitis and tone up the sys
tem. 25c at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Does evil still, your whole life fill?
Does woe betide?
Your thoughts abide on suicide?
You need a pill!
Now for prose and facts DeWitt'a
Little Early Risers are the most pleas
ant and reliable pills known todaj'.
They never gripe. Sold by all druggists.
Thsir's is a Happy Home
Where is found the Jewel Smol;olcs3
Generator Gasolene Stove because of
the trouble, annoyance and confusion
avoided by the use of the style adapt
ed to your individual need.
Number 7S-98 is known as a step
stove, having the step burner only
eighteen inches from the floor for
convenience on wadi day. The wash
boiler or oven may be used on thi;
step leaving top of sieve free for othei
Certificates of credit issued by other pin no
houses will be redeemed at our store on or be
fore Auj;. 2, 1906, for
THAN FACE VALUE.
Bring your certificate here and see how much
better you can do at the Griggs Music House
Every piano marked in plain figures.
210 Brady Street
Si - I
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- Jts s?ikl- ' :v :
rc all that is best in gaso'ene store
cen ;ti iK tlon and are made in a suffl
ient variety of styles and size3 to
i:lt any fancy or reQuirement. We
a;e sheaving the most popular ones.
Won't you come in and lock at. them
whether you want to buy or not.
Allen, Mvers & Company'
1S21 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
g HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
6 TiOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Interest Paid on
Uoney Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 3. 1870,
and occupies s. IZ. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde' building.
It. It. Cable,
William If. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
IL S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & IIurt-
Have you tried it? It is tho best thing on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of tho finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c
Harper Kou Block.
John P. Sexton, Prop.