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THE ABGttS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906.
WOULD PAY BILL
each candidate to tear a portion of the
cost. "Any candidate is free to name a
separate delegation, but must bear the
expense of printing such a ticket him
self, as well as his part of the cost of
printing the regular ticket in that pre
Annual Offer Made in Behalf of Senator
Cullom Stirs Up Re
publicans. THE WEATHER.
CONSIDER BALLOT EXPENSE
Probably thundrrNtoriiiM tttulght and
Saturday; roolrr Saturday.
Temperature at 7 a. 111, CS'; at 3:30
p. NX Minimum temperature In 24
ho 11 r, maximum. K7. Veloelty of
vlnl at H a. in.. - milex.
J. M. SIIKHIEn, Loral Koreeantrr.
Demand Made That in Return Cullooi
Men Name Delegates from
Sat u. rda,y P
At the meeting of the republican can
didates in the county court room at tho
court house yesterday afternoon to
consider ways and means of providing
for the official delegate ballots, a side
incident occurred that placed the Cul
loin faction in the party at something
of a disadvantage in Rock Island coun
ty. This developed at the suggestion
of John V. Parker, erstwhile Yates
leader, ex-president of the lllinoi
League of Republican clubs, at om
time chief clerk at tho Western Hos
pital for the Insane, who offered as Un
representative of the Cullom commit
tee in Roek Inland county to solve the
question of expense of the ballots. Th.'
plan that Mr. Parker presented was t
simply see that the ballots were print
ed with the understanding, of course
that his committee was to pick the
state, congressional and senatorial del
egates from this county.
Mr. Parker said he had explained hi
proposition to several of the candidates
and had met with favor, but the offer
in behalf of Senator Cullom on the face
of it seemed merely a plan to secure
Cullom delegations to the state sena
torial and congressional conventions.
It is explained iir behalf of Mr. Parker
that the proposition was made in good
faith, as Senator Cullom's lieutenants
will endeavor to get the senator's name
on every ticket, whether selected by v.
caucus or by an individual candidate.
ICrfUHf to lie Pacified.
The candidates became indignant,
though, and come could not be pacified.
Finally it was agreed to leave the mat
ttr of printing with the county clerk
Particular buyers cf groceries
can save much time and practice
many economies by buying their
SL-ppCes here. Saturday is &
good time to begin.
Call and pick out your spring
chicken, or order by phone early,
and we'll sciec it for you, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction.
Watermelons may be scare to
morrow. Ask us for them early,
or for cantaloupes, as we shall
have the finest of the season.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY.
Fine roasting ears, per doz
en 8c; two dozen 15c
New peas, per
Finest cream cheese, per
lb. for Saturday 1G
Large bottles stuffed
Fresh homemade potato
chips, per lb 20?
Finest tomaijs. egg plant,
green lima beans, head lettuce,
loaches, blueberries, apples, etc.,
Harris & Hess
EIGHTEENTH STREET AND
Four trunk line phones.
Old Phones 456-457. Naw Phones
"Perfectly simple and simply
WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION
FOR STABILITY, DURABIL
ITY AND RELIABILITY. DEM
ONSTRATION GIVEN TO
Rdbf. A. Smythe.
' 223 Eighteenth Street.
At the Boston.
Insure with Beeeher Bros.
Neckwear sale at Lloyd's.
Fur loans see Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Dressed spring and old chickens at
II. Tremann's Sons.
Potatoes, 10 cents per peck at Work
ers. At Weekel's, potatoes 10 cents per
See the shirt waists at 17 cents Sat
urday at McCabe's.
Children's Nazareth waists 10 cents
Saturday at McCabe'c.
Plenty of fine cooking and eating ap
ples at Passig Bros, tomorrow.
10 cents for any child's wash pants.
Saturday, I'llemeyer & Sterling.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Binder straight 5-cent cigar.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur-'
nace work. 152G-152S Fourth avenue, j
$1.00. 75 cent and 50 cent neckwear,
your choice 3 for $l.o0, Saturday only, ;
Great big tight quart white lined
preserving kettles, 39 cents, Saturday at
"The Garden of Love," a sweet must- i
cal refrain at Totten's and Rowley's
music stores. !
Tray cloths, one row of chain stitch
ing and hemstitched, 17 cents, Satur
day at McCabe's. j
Any suit bought at our store will bo
pressed and kept iu repair free. Cus-
tafson & Hayes.
Rockers and chairs with reed seats,
for porch or bedroom, 75 cents Satur
day at McCabe's.
"Just You." the sweetest, tenderest
sons of the times, at Bowlby's and Tot
ten's music houses.
Passig Bros, will have a complete
display el" freh fruits and egi tables
tomorrow. Order there.
What a chance for the men on Sat
urday at McCabe's. 25 per cent discount
on all men's furnishings. ,
Free. All clothing bought at our
store wiii be pressed and kept in shape
free. Gustafson & Hayes.
Hurricane of oxford snaps Saturday
until Aug. 11. Find your size and you
will buy quick. The Boston.
Any clothing bought at our store will
be pressed and kept in shape and re
pair free. Gustafson & Hayes.
All of our lvgh grade outing trousers
worth from 3.05 to $3.00, are now sell
ing at. $2.1)5. Gustafson & Hayes.
Suspender sale 23 cents, 23 cents, 25
cents. Regular 50 cent webs in this
sale 23 cents. I'llemeyer & Sterling.
Buy a dozen negligee shirts more or
less, as you like. They're all a quarter
off all day Saturday and
$1.95, $1.95, $1.95, $1.95. $1.95 now
for pants that were $3.00, $3.50 and
$4.00. The store that makes good. Ulle
meycr & Sterling.
Trunks and suit cases. New line
just arrived and marked for quick sell
ing. We guarantee to save you money.
I'llemeyer & Sterling.
The latest song hits. "Just You,"
"The Garden of Love," and "Dear Min
netonka." on sale at Bowlby's and
Totten's music houses.
Oxford sale every pair goes at
quick-selling prices to make room for
fall stock. Get in early and get your
bargain. The Boston..
The greatest trousers sale ever in
Rock Island now at Ullemeyer & Ster
ling's. $1.95 for $3.00, $3.50 values.
U. & S. U. & S. U. & S.
Don't stay away from Young & Mc
I Combs' store tomorrow because what
you want isn t advertised, lou can
buy everything at a cut price.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Oxford snaps every pair goes. No
consideration paid to cost. Early buy
ers get the best selections. We al
ways do as we advertise. The Boston.
The Pressmen's union will give an
excursion on the steamer W. W., to
Muscatine next Sunday, July 29. Boat
leaves at 10 a. m., fare 50 cents round
We are taking more pictures every
day, but there are still more to come
when are you coming. The Twentieth
Century Photo company. Watch
Don't fail to attend the ice cream so
ciable eiven at Long View park on
j Wednesday evening, Aug. 1, by the Ger
iman Evangelical Lutheran Young Peo
' pies' society. Everybody welcome.
I Don't fail to attend the ice cream so
ciable given at Long View park on
Wednesday evening, Aug. 1, by the Ger-
.S USUAL, we are
a time when "people appreciate deep cuts and big bargains, as you have three long months ahead for wearing them. The
policy of this store is never to carry over any seasonable shoes and the people know that when we advertise pur famous
"CLEAN UP" Sale it is just what the words imply.
pian Evangelical Lutheran Young Peo
ple society. Everybody welcome.
The Ladies' society of Zion
Lutheran church will give a sociable
on the lawn of the new church, corner
of Forty-fifth street and Seventh ave
nue, tomorrow afternoon and evening.
500 yards of zephyr gingham, regular
evening at'1,r'ce' cents, for one hoar tomorrow
i -. . . i i r . 'i ' ... . i
just nan uie price i'.s ceuis per yam.
Read Young & McCombs' ad on page 2
and see what hemr you can buy it at
Shirts, hosiery, underwear, neckwear,
collars, belts, handkerchiefs, suspend
ers, gloves, etc., etc. Take a quarter
off keep 25 per cent yourself; Mc
Cabe's onlj' take three-quarters on Sat
Have you heard the noise from the
"knocked down" prices on summer
clothing (all kinds) at U. & S.? Say.
but you ought to have one of our $5.00,
$7.50, or $10.00 two-piece suits. Ulle
meyer & Sterling.
For tomorrow you will find exceed
ingly attractive offers, offers that will
save you money on seasonable goods
that you need. Every reduction is
gemiine and the merchandise is the
best. Read ad on page 2 and see why
Young & McCombs' store will be
crowded all day tomorrow.
Because Gu3 Wehling drove across
her land on Big Island, Mrs. Tillie
Johnson had him arrested and brought
before Justice Pinc.kley of Milan on a
charge of disorderly conduct. When
he threatened to start a case against
her for using profane language, a com
promise was effected, and the matter
dismissed on payment of costs.
BIG OXFORD SALE
Commencing Saturday, July 28, to Sat
urday, Aug. 11.
Get in early on the big oxford sale.
Read our ad on page 0. Terrific cuts
on every pair of oxfords in the house.
Every xalr marked to sell quick.
Set3 Aside the Will.
" Judge Parmenter in the county court
yesterday set aside the will of -Mrs.
Stephania Proessel, formerly Mrs.
Fred Von Wonterghem, and the estate
will be distributed through an admin
istratorship. The will was made be
fore her marriage to Mr. Proessel, and
left the property to her children.
going to "clean up" our stock of every pair
Notice Some qf the Bargains Quoted But too
Many to Quote All. Look in the Windows.
Women's patent oxfords, including
our famous pumps; best oxfords
ever made, and the very latest
styles; have been $4 all sea
son; clean-up price S2.99
Women's patent and gun metal ox
fords; all the new lasts and pat
terns; every pair has to go; $3.50
grades; nothing held
Several lines women's patent ox
fords; beautiful styles; find your
size among these $3.00 oy
fords; clean-up price SLSS
Gun metal pumps; $4 "grade (you
know them) ; if we have your
size, they go for S2.4S
While duck pumps: $3.30
"smartest shoe in tri-citics;"
(inn metal oxfords; the popular wo
man's shoe this season; newest
larts. etc.; $3 and $3.50 grades;
White oxfords, all the rage; most
all sizes; welt and turn soles; new
est styles; $2.50 and $2.25
grades; ekan-up 1.75
LAN TO OBGANIZi
Railway Men at Banquet in Mo
line Arrange to Form Per
WAS THE THIRD GATHERING
Propose Four Meetings Yearly Devoted
to Special Topics Outsiders Dis
cuss the Railroads.
At the banquet of the railway men
of the tri cities last evening at the Man
ufacturers hotel, attended by about T3
of the office men of the three cities,
plans were made for a permanent or
ganization, and to that end a commit
tee was appointed, composed of C. W.
Thacher of Rock Island, J. W. Lawhead
of Davcniort. and A. J. Hillman of Mo
line. It is the plan of the railway men
to hold three or four such banquets as
have been held recently each year. A
special topic will be provided for each
meeting, and capable men secured to
speak on that particular subject. The
idea of the gathering of the railroad
office men. heads of departments and
chief clerks, emanated from Rock Is
land, and the first banquet was held at
the Watch Tower. The banquet at the
Manufacturers last evening was the
From YnrloiiM Viewpoint.
At the banquet last evening W. A.
Meese of Moline, presided as toast
master. The railway was discussed
The Natural Iiaxativo
. "Water was award ed i tie
Grand Prize at the St.
Louis Exposition, lOOl,
for its Purity and Excel
lence. Kasy to take
Easy in action Case for
all fetomacli ailments.
mm, wiiwiu w.n gn um-t tj.i,ii.tL;-
f-,-. .- -.r t. .vj-jil'i l'--
Women's colored canvas oxfords
(seven shades); not all sizes, but
beautiful shoes, and t'.ie right time
to wear them; $3 oxfords;
cltlln ui S2.18
Men's oxfords Men's patent and
gun metal oxfords; our $5 grades;
all to clean up
Men's patents. "Bannister Make,"
regular price, $fi.oo; to
clean them out S-A.00
Men's patent oxfords, swe II styles,
perfect fitters, some gun metals also
$3.50 grades, every
l Pric''1 S2.4S
"Schrappers" best play shoe ever
made, hand sewed, buckskin leath
er, regular price $1.73 and $1.50
clean up $1.25 and 9S
GEORGE A. PRICE, Prop.
from various viewpoints. Colonel S. E.
Blunt of Rock Island arsenal speaking
from tho view of the soldier; William
Butterworth eif Moline as a manufac
turer; Rev. O. W. Lawrence of this
city for the church, and George H.
Kingsbury from tho position of the re
tailer. An excellent dinner was serv
ed at S o'clock.
Notice to Ice Dealers.
You are hereby neitiRed not to take
water from public watering troughs or
water from other unclean semrces for
the purpose of washing ice, under pen
alty of prosecution by the city health
(Signed) DR. J. F. MEYERS.
Chicago, July 27. Following are the
market quotations today:
July, 75, 75, 75Vs,
September. 7G?4, 77V8, 7C'.. 7CV.
December, 79'i, 79. 79. 79
May. S2, 83. S2?4, 82.
July, 51, 51, 50',. 51',.
September, 51Vi. 51. 50, 51',.
December, 48. 47, 484.
May, 4S, 49, 48, 49.
July, 34 Vj. 34, 3:1. 34.
September, 33 ;, 33
December, 34, 34. 33, 33.
May, 3C, 80, -33, 33.
July, closed 18.50.
September, 17.10. 17.15. 17.02. 17.02.
January, 14.50, 14.50, 14.45, 14.45.
July, closed S.82.
September, 8.92, 8.92, 8.S7, 8.90.
October, 8.97, 8.97, 8.95, 8.90.
January, 8.30, 8.35, 8.30, 8.30.
July; closed 9.10.
September, 9.20, 9.20, 9.15. 9.15.
October, 90.0. 9.00, 8.95, 8.95..
January, 7.70, 7.72.- 7.C2, 7.C5.
Receipts today Wheat 48C.corn 139,
oats 89, hoge 20,000, cattle 2,500, sheep
Hog market opened weak to a shade
lower. Hogs left over 4,700. Light
C.45C90, mixed and butchers C.40
C.87, good heavy C.106.85. rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened weak.
-Hogs at Omaha 10,000, cattle 9,000.
of Oxfords Men's, Women's, Boys and Girls' at
Men's tan oxfords. $3.50 and $4.00
grades, all that are left
w for S2.00
Men's tans, Florsheim make, $3.00
oxfords, clean up
Boys' patent oxfords, $3.00 grades,
swellest boys' oxfords you ever saw,
ll "p 82.00
Small boys' patent oxfords, same as
above, clean up 81.50
Boys' gun metal oxfords,
to close at $1.50 and SI. 25
Girls' white oxfords, have been
$1.25 a pair, clean up 85c
Girls' white oxferds, welteel soles,
have been $1.75,
-k"n "P 31.25
White Roman straps for babies and
children, have been $1.00 and
$1.25. clean up. 85c and G0
Barefoot sandals, children's sizes,
hand sewed, have been $1.10,
dean up G8
Lots of other bargains too numer
ous to mention.
Alt these shoes advertised are
broken lots, not every size, b'Jt your
size in sune of them. Get in early.
Hogs at Kansas City 0,000, cattle 2,oo0.
U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
slow and weak. Light ;.457.(;.S7, mix
ed and butchers t;.45(yG.S5, good heavy
G.107 U.S5. rough heavy C.10G.35.
Cattle market steady. Beeves 3.85(77:
G.50. cows and heifers 1.2."'fl 4.40, Mock
ers and feeders 2. 40(77:4.25.
Sheep market weak.
Hog market closed weak to 5c lower.
Light G.45G.S5, mixed and butchers
G.35(7jG.82, rough heavy G.105i C.35, good
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York. July 27. Gas 91. U. P.
150. V. S. Steel preferred 10G, F.
S. Steel common 3S, Reading 12S',.',,
Reck Island preferred 02, Rock Is
land common 24. O. & W. 47. South
ern Pacific 72'4. N Y. Central 13C'4.
Missouri Pacific 94, L. & N. 143. Smelt
ers 149, C. F. I. 53, Canadian Pa
cific 103, Illinois Central 180, Penna
130'i, Erie 42. T. C. I. 154. C. & O.
58, B. & O. 119, Atchison 91. locomo
tive 72Vi, Sugar 130. St. Paul 180.
Copper 100,i, Republic Steel prefer
red 92, Republic Steel common 29.
Southern Ry. 3C.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, July 27. Following are
the wholesale quotations In today'
- Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3.00
to $3.50 per dozen; hens, per lb., 8c
ducks per lb., 10c; turkeys, per lb.,
13c; geese, per lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, 16 to 17c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 50 to COc.
Eggs Fresh. 15c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.50; calves $4.50
Hogs Mixed $5.75 to 16.25.
Sheep Yearlings or oyer, f 3.00GH;
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 54 to 55c; oats, 40c.
Forage Timothy hay. $15; prairie
$11 to $14; clover, mixed, $11 to $12;
straw, $5 to $6.
Wood Hard, per load, $5 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, ISc; slack, per
bushel, 10 to 12c.
O07 2 AVI
Rock Island. III.
There's a great deal said nowa
days about things that are
"wcrth while." Now, most indi
viduals are doing the things they
consider "worth while," so that
whether a thing is or is not
"worth while," is after all a mat
ter of personal taste.
Our watch stock is of the
"worth while" kind. It is not a
matter of - opinion with us, but
keen observation for years has
entirely proven that what we
sell is always the most reliable
and represents absolutely the
best watches made par excel
lence the best.
107 2 AVI
Rock Island. III.
JOHN FOLK & CO,
DJers la slnrl an dovbl
strength Blinds and Mouldlars,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
lag of all kinds.
Dealer la single and doable
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plata and
311 AND S2S