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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1900.
Grand Opportunity Offered the Ladies
of the Tri-Cities.
Autumn and Winter, 1906-1907, be
ginning Wednesday, Oct. J, Nineteen
Hundred and Six, and continuing four
days, at the
St. James Annex
116 Main Street, Davenport, Iowa,
Will be shown all the Nezvcst and Nob
biest Conceits in Tailored Suit Hats
and French Patterns. New Designs
fresh from Fashion Centers will be
found in this Display. Miss Bertha
Thompson and corps of capable assist
ants will be there to give their expert
advice and demonstrate this" grand line
of Pretty Hats.
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1 1 NEVER RUNS OUT jg
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING, OR EXCHANGING 0
SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND
FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL
THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT
HATE ME. WHY DO THEY TRADE WITH SUCH A MAN? PURE
AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR
RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING VE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
JONES SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT.
I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOVN, AND YOU CAN'T
STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS, AND
MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSEHOLD
GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION.
SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME FOR
A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS
ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS.
NE CHANGE HERE
Rev. W. P. MacVey Becomes
Pastor of Spencer Memorial
REV. WILLIAMS IS RETURNED
Rev. J. B. Rutter is Assigned to Madi
son Avenue Church at Peoria
Conference Concludes Work.
Abingdon. III.. Oct. 1. (Special).
At the conclusion of the reading of
appointments this afternoon the 51st
session of the Central Illinois confer
ence adjourned. A number of changes
among the lending churches took place
at this session. Rev. .1. V. Frizzell, I).
IX. formerly presiding elder of the
Rock Island district was appointed to
the- First church. Galesburg. Rev. Joe
Bell Mieceeding Rev. Frizzle at Wat-
seka. Rev. C O. McCulloch pocs to
Monnioiuh as pastor. Bishop John V.
Hamilton. D. 1). L. L. 1).. preached the
annual conference sermon at tho First
Methodist church yesterday morning.
Immediately after the sermon a love
feast was held.
At the memorial services in the af
J. W. JONES, 1623 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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At our store. We are having a SALE of beauti
ful Engagement and Wedding Rings. Perhaps
you contemplate something in this line. Just
take a look at our huge display of novelties and
you will be sure to see something that will at
tract you. Remember, young man, nothing is
appreciated by the fair sex more than jewelry.
Our prices are rcdiculously low.
Opposite Harper House.
Kink Isi;iiui I"
J. 15. RCTTER.
islur Assimu'd to JVori.i
HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President
II. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1S70,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull,
IL S. Cable,
Solicitors Jackson & Hunt.
I SEXTON'S MIXTURE.
Have you tried it? It is tlie best thing on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
fircade (Cigar S'fore
Harper House Block. Pohn P. Sexton, Prop.
tcnioon niriiiDi'i s in huiifir of Mrs. J. 1
RiitttM- of Rock lsliind. Rishoii S. M
.Merrill and Rvs. H. C. Swarts. CI. .1
l.uck y. II. C'ooHiIko. .1. It. Korsytlu
and .To! ui Smitli. Scvrral 'llfrs ami
deacons were ordained by Hishop
Maniilton. In fie evening missionary
addresses were lieard from Missionary
Wilcox of L'liina, and Hisliop Merri
man C. Harris, of Tokio. Japan.
The next session of the conference
will be held at Rock Inland.
lIoi ( iid-iiIh In IHMtriot.
Following ar the appointments for
the Rock Island district:
Rock Island District W. R. Wiley
pr siding cider.
AI.-do :. C. SltatTer.
Alpha and New Windsor I lenry
Atkinson Supplied by F. 1. Stev
Bradford R. li. Vivian.
Huda David McL-isli.
Cambridge W. II. Witter.
Colona D. W. Thompson.
Erie .1. A. IMmondson.
Calva R. i:. Smith.
(lineseo .1. R. Slievley.
Hampton Supplied by W. S. Read.
Hillsdab A. A. Waters.
Illinois City To be supplied.
Kt ithsburi; V. D. Denjaiuin.
Kewanee Alexander Smith.
La Fayette F. E. Shult.
Milan C. H. Walters.
Millersburg W. K. Kettlekaini
Moline. first church J. W. Edwards.
Moline, sect)tid clmrch D. S. Andre-
Moline, third church Supplied by J.
Ncponstt E. E. Shawl.
New Doston J. Hallam.
Orion A. E. Ioder.
Pink Prairie W. Smith.
Port Hyron To be supplied by F. I.
Preemption John Rogers.
Reynolds P. J. Wood.
Rio To be supplied.
Rock Island, first church R. B. Wil
liams. Rock Island, Spencer Memorial W.
Sheffield Supplied by M. W. Mer
rill. Sunbeam N. D. I lanes.
Taylor Ridc;e A. Jaegers.
TIskilwa C. W. Cordcs.
Viola A. K. Tullis.
Wood hull G. P. Snedaker.
lOrcoleil t:liur-li Ilrrc.
The erection of the beautiful Spen
cer Memorial church and the organiza
tion of the Methodists in Edgewood park
Is the fruit of Rev. J. H. Rutter's six
years' lalxr in Rock Island. Rev. Mr.
Rutter was appointed to the Madison
avenue church at Peoria and will be
succeeded , a t t he Spencer Memorial
church by Rev. William P. Mac Vey
of Pekin. Rev. Mr. Rutter's success in
this city is well known and while his
many friends will regret his departure
they. will nevertheless wish him con
tinued success at Peoria.
Rev. J. B. Rutter began his career as
a minister in the California conference
in 1SS9 after the completion of his
work at Allegheny college. He was
transferred to the Central Illinois con
ference in l'Jti and assigned to Milan. I
He was appointed to Rock Island in
1900 and at once began the work of
founding the Spencer Memorial church
CIiauKc Iu Moline Church.
Rev. M. V. Crumbaker, D. D
who is succeeded at the Frist
church in Moline by Rev. J. V. Edwards
of Carthage, assumes the pastor
ate of the congregation at Fairbury
He has served the Moline church for
5 vears. Dr. Crumbaker is one of the
elder minister.? of the conference and
has during his ministry served some
of the leading churches. He was form
erly presiding elder of the Rock Island
district, which he served with success
for four yearj. He is a good pastor, an
able speaker, and is regarded a leader
Ilenin Sixth Vrar IIrc
Having been reappointed pastor
the First Methodist church by Bishop
John W. Hamilton at th session
the conference at Abingdon today, Rev
R. B. Williams, D. D., enters on hi
sixth year's labor at Rock Island. He
was first appointed to Rock Island in
i'.tul at the conclusion of his term as
presiding elder of the Kankakee dis
trict. The conference at that time con
vened at Kewanee with Bishop Waldei
presiding. Dr. Williams served the
Kankakee district as presiding eldt
from ISU't until 1!0I, the six year limit
bting the law of the church for that
office. He was appointed to the elder
ship bv Bishop Daniel A. Goodsell. Hi
has during his ministry served the con
gregations at Eureka, I-acon, Fairbury
Lexington, and Watseka.
As a. minister, he is regarded as one
of the best in the conference. Start
ins bis career at the bottom, he has by
painstaking efforts and constant labor
worked his way up until he is consid
ercd a leader among his associates. H
was successful as a presiding elder
was a good executive and an excellent
judge of men. In his personal relations
he is affable, polite and easy of ap
proach. Humorous in conversation, he
is always heard with delight by his
Since his apioiiitnienl to the First.
church he has increased the member
ship by ;5.")U ami added several thous
and dollars' worth to t he value o
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Artrus, will
be prladly received and published. Hut
In cither case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices should bear sig
nature and address.
Crystal Wedding Anniversary. A
party of relatives and friends called
upon Mr. and Mrs. August. Khmke, at
their home, 1115 Seventh avenue, last
evening to help them celebrate their
l.'th wedding anniversary. The even
ing was passed with mnsic and cards
and refreshments were served by the
hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ehinke were
presented with ;i set of cut. glass
G. I. A. Club Meeting. The G. I. A
club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hoist, J11! Tenth avenue Sal
nrday evening. The evening was spent
in playing cinch, first prizes falling to
Mrs. George and H. Boldt, booby to
Mrs. Boldt and Mr. Crum, consolation
to Mrs. Wnnless. The club will meet
attain Oct. H.
Entertains Society at Tower. Mrs.
Oscar Johnson of this city will enter
tain, the members oT the Ladies' Aid
society and their friends of the Swed
ish Methodist church of Moline, Thurs
day afternoon, at the Watch Tower pa
vilion from 2 to I o'clock.
O. E. S. Society Meeting. The O. E.
S. Sewing circle will mieet tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the honm of
Mrs. C. B. Ward, ,r19 Thirtieth street.
MORE FINE WORK
OF HARRY M. PETTIT
Rock Island Artist Who Started With
The Argus Makes Another At
The current number of Leslie's Week
ly has a full-page reproduction of a
drawing by H. M. Pcttit, showing the
proposed $100,OOU,000 terminal system
of railway tunnels under the North
river at Jersey City. Mr. Pet tit grew
tip in Rock Island, and, by the way, be
gan bis career as an artist by doing
local illustrating on The Argus.
ORDERS A FINE AUTOMOBILE
W. H. Marshall to Be Owner cf a Pierce
GHdden Trophy Winner.
W. H. Marshall has placed an order
for an automobile to be delivered in
the spring that will make him the own
er of probably the finest and most ex
pensive car in the three cities. Robert
Smythe has just returned from Chicago,
where he arranged for the shipment of
a Pierce four-clyinder 3S-horse power
machine of the type that captured the
GHdden trophy this year, at the open
ing of next season. There will be two
bodies an ordinary open one for sum
mer and a closed one for winter. The
latter will be fitted with every device
for comfort and convenience. Including
electric light and toilet. The car will
be of the finest workmanship through
out. It will be capable of running 50
miles an hour.
True and tried friends of the family
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best
for results and best to take. Rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes follow the
use of these dependable little pills.
They do not gripe or sicken. Sold by
Big Addition to Rock Island Sash
& Door Works Plant to
IS THREE-STORY STRUCTURE
Contract Let to H. W. Horst and Work
Will Be Begun at Once Of Re
A big addition to the warehouse fa
cilities of the Rock Island Sash & Door
works will be provided by the erection
of a three story brick building, the con
tract for which has been let to Henry
W. Horst by Manager T. W. Strickland
The work on the building is to be
commenced immediately. The new
warehouse will be located on the lot
north of the present office and ware
house building on Third avenue and
Twenty-sixth street. There are now
four houses on the site of the new
building, and as soon as these are re
moved, the work on the new building
will be commenced.
ill lie Fire I'roiif.
The plans for the building, which
were prepared by Architect O. Z. Cer-
vin, provide for a three story brick
warehouse and a fire proof paint house,
about C5xl03 in dimensions. The
building will be unique in Rock Island,
as it win be or reeniorceu construc
tion. It will be equipped with electric
elevators, a modern lire sprinkler sys
tem, fire proof windows and doors.
and in every way be made as nearly
fireproof as possible.
The structure, when complete, will
represent an expenditure of consider
ably over Simoon.
INITIAL FROST OF
SEASON WAS LIGHT
Visible In Low Places, But Effects on
Vegetation Are Not Noticeable.
Frost, the first of the season, was vis
ible in the low places this morning.
file temperature ranged upward from
40 and "the freeze was so light that its
effects will scarcely be noticed, even
on the most tender vegetation. With
rising temperature in sight it is not
likely to be repeated for some days.
Mrs. Margaret Danner.
Mrs. Margaret Danner, widow of the
late John Danner, Sr., of Illinois City,
passed away at the home of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Iconise Braunwarth. at Mus
catine Saturday evening. Mrs. Danner
had attained the age of 77 years. She
is survived by two sons and one daugh
ter, ail residents of Drury township.
Miss Emma Kahlke leaves tomorrow
for Chicago and a trip to the north.
E. W. Wiley of Blooniington, is visit
ing with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. William Keys of Fayetteville,
rk.. is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. 11. B. Keys.
Mrs. Henry Roberts and son return-
d to their home in Minneapolis last
veiling after a visit with Mrs. J. H.
Professor and Mrs. X.. M. F. Eastcr-
day, of Lincoln. Xeb.. left for St. Paul
today after a visit at the home of Dr.
P. J. Carlson returned last evening
from a two weeks stay at Niagara
Falls, where he attended the Xational
Ca rpent ers' con ven t ion.
Judge E. C. Graves and J. F. Leiber-
knecht of Geneseo, were at the Har
per house this morning, stopping here
on their way to Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. James Darnell have re-
returned from Fairbury, Xeb., where
Mr. Darnell joined his wife after at
tending the dedication ceremonies at
Pike's Peak. Mrs. Darnell has been
visiting at Fairbury for some time.
The Misses Battles are at home from
their eastern trip, returning with a
party from Xew York city as guests
on the private car of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
Deems, Mr. Deems being general su
perintendent of motive power of the
Department Commander E. H. Buck
of the G. A. It. departs this evening for
Springfield where he will attend the
old soldiers festivities at the state
fair. Thursday and Friday he will be
at LaMoille, 111., in attendance at tin
reunion of the Bureau county old sol
diers. He will speak at the reunion.
Commodore Charles Mcllugh with
his fleet, the Mary Mc and Rambler,
together with Mrs. Mcllugh and parfy,
arrived home yesterday after a cruise
of three weeks on the upper river. The
party visited in St. Paul and other
points of interest on the Mississippi.
he Misses Elizabeth Mcllugh and
Pauline Beaver, returned to Rock Is
land from Dubuque by rail Saturday
morning, reaching here at 11:25. They
resumed their studies at St. Kather
ine's school, Davenport.
The most awkward and ungainly wo
man can be transformed into a beau
tiful lovely creature if she has the
brain power to absorb tho fact that
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
do the business. Tea or tablets. 33
cents. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
In the Name of Sense,
that good common sense
of which all of us have a
share, how can you continue
to buy ordinary soda crackers,
stale and dusty as they must
be, when for 5 you can get
fresh from the oven, protected
from dirt by a package the
very beauty of which makes
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Before You Buy a Fall Suit
Come and See What We
You will see that our
new model suits are
costly in appearance
but modi raie in price.
You will see that tho
style and hang of ev
ery garment is dis
tinctively smart and
correct. Yon will see
that the suits of your
size will fit like ones
School Suits for Boys,
made of sturdy fabrics
in beautiful patterns
nobby single and double-breasted
.Norfolk jacket suits at.
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n i vi: ii u i p l e t s.
The A. J. Whitney was down, and
the Ruth. Mac and Prescott went
north. The Helen Blair was up from
At a. m. the stage of water was
5.ir and at. noon it was 5.50.
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis
sissippi will prevail between Dubuque
stage. Hght. Chge. fall.
St. Paul it X.o 0.2 0
Red Wing 11 T..S 0.0 0
Reeds Lauding ..VI r.r 0.0 0
La Crosse 12 . ",.2 0.0 0
Prairie du Chicn.lS C..7 :0.J u
Dubuque IS ." " o.o 0
Le Claire 10 4.1 0.1 o
Rock Island 15 5.1 o.l 0
D. Moines Rapids S :'..0 o.l
Keokuk 15 5.1 0.1 o
St. Louis :J0 12.2 0.2 0
Memphis n.s :i.5 .r.o
New Orleans r, T,r, o.l T
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster
Advertised List No. 40.
Following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the Rock Island
postotlice for the week ending Sept. 2,
VJM: Miss Marguerite Atlee. Ed Ash
ler, Miss Laura 13c net, Joseph Bergcr,
George Briddle, Carolyn Breed, Mrs. A.
N. Bancroft, Frank Baker, Miss Dori.
Berger. Carroll Carol hers, Frank Dean.
L. K. Davis; Jinimie Davis,' Miss Doycc
Dean. Mrs. William H. Gates. Lloyd K.
Gardner, Miss Cora Grissun, Mrs. A. C.
Hansen. J. P. llelplirey, Franck Haray,
Mrs. P. J. Hetlan, Miss Naomi John
son. Fred Johns. Mrs. C. Lundquisf;
Mrs. Carrie Landers. Hans Lobben. J.
I). Mills. C. M. Martin. J. W. McKee,
Mrs. Etta Mectim. H. W. Nesbitt, Otto
Opalka. Will Plaster (2). A. RDiiprlch,
Margret Robinson. Epac Reynolds, Mrs.
Eliza. Ralston. Miss Anna Sauers, Mrs.
Janus Sanderson, William M. Todd,
Clarence Taylor, Mrs. D. Vickerson, R.
Want, J. B. McAllister. Foreign: Z.
Camon. Annelo Ciliondo. Iajo Randis.
HUGH A. J. M'DONALD, P. M.
Darvjer from the Plagut.
There's grave danger from the
plague of coughs and colds that are so
prevalent, unless you take Dr. King'
New Discovery for consumption,
roughs and colds. Mrs. George Walls,
of Forest City. Me., writes: "It's a
godsdid to people living In rlimates
where coughs and colds prevail. I
find it quickly nds them. It prevent
pneumonia, cures la grippe, gives won
derful relief in asthma and hay fever,
and makf s weak lungs strong enough
to ward off consumption, coughs and
folds, adc and $1.00. Guaranteed by
Harlz & T'llemeyer's drug store. Trial
hoi Mo free.
Keep the bowels open when you
have a cd I and use a good remedy to
allay the inflammation of th rnucoiis
membranes. The best Is K nnily'H
laxative Honey and Tar. It contain
no opiates, moves the bowels, drives
out the eold. Is reliable and taslcM
good. Sold by all druggists.
All tho news all the lime THU
A KG US.
Your Hair i
Is it inclined to run away? Don't punish
with a cruel brush and combl Feed it,
nourish it, save it with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
new improved formula. Then your bair
will remain st home, on your head, just
where it belongs. An elegant dressing.
Deea net stain or Chans
th color of the hnir.