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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE T2. 1007.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
! l'ui nii-rlv n'lMor of the Presbyterian I from a horse a f'v weeks ago and so- I . i
Rabbi to Lecture. Rabbi ami Mr.-!.
Y. II. Fineshriber loft today for their
summer vacation. aUhougn Dr. Fine
shriller will condense cons'id-Table ac
tivity into its first thr-'e weeks. After
going to St. Louis to visit his mother
they go to Hadncah. Ky.. whoic Dr.
Fineshriber will deliver a chaiitaueiua
lecture. .Tilly 1, at Frankfort, Mich., lie
will attend a conference of American
rabbis, and deliver an address there for
which he has been jiie)grnmed. Tiicy
return homo tlie last of August.
thfv i ndeav-
Six Will Graduate. Six your.;; Indie
will graduate from the Immaculate Con
ception academy this nioirh. at Hie
ISth annual coninii ne-oment to be hrM
Thursday morning. June L'a, at !) o'e-Ii ck.
They are Helen Uosnlita Hrace Mil. Lo
l'elta Genevieve Fl'eliier. Celleviive
Mary Henthorn. -Teresa (! n it-w Ker
rigan, Lillian Rosemary ltitchie, and
Emily Vincent White.
Boys Punished. GeoiL-e' Decker. Hoy
Macklin, Kol) Paulsen, and Tom HuUev.
arrested in Moline bv Officer Human
and charged with Hie larceny of a hors
and buggy belonging to Charle- Fran
of the Hraely street livi ry. were given
ttieir nre ltiunarv in armg vesuriiav n-'-
tore Magistrate Hodde-wig. Geor
Decker, the oldest ol the boys, wa
bound over to ihe giand jury. Macklin
was sent to jail for ' days and Tan!
sen and Hurley eac h had :'.o-day s r.
tences hung over their head, and after
being lectured by Assistant County A'
lorney lsawdeii, were re b ase-d. 1 he ev
idence showed that l)oior had taken
the rig- in question from l'ari- r garden
and had picked the oiln r three boys up
along tht roadway, and
driven to Moline. where
orded to soil the otit lit.
Eagles Are Hawks. Recently mem
bers of Davenport aeri". No. oi
Eagye s .announct d with great flat that
they had seemed three young live
eagles which they intended io raise and
keep as a part of their lodge assets.
The birds wore pin c hased ;ii a good
lound price from a partv who ehiime
lie had secured them from their aeri-'
in the wilds of tin' Kocl.y mountain
A committee solicited subscription
from the members of ihe onh r wit4
which to pay for the- birds, ami these
we're' placed on dip!ny at a West Sec
ond street store. Now the memhers "f
the Davenport lodge have learn-d to
their dismay that the birds me- not
eagle's, hut nieiedy chicken hawks from
the banks of the Wap.-ie.
Obituary Record. Michael D. O'Rrie n.
for over r.O years a resident, of Dawn
jiort. died Momlay afternoon at the fam
ily home, lulti Riplt v stree'i. at the' tuff
of STi years. ." montlis. ami 27 days. Mr.
O'Hrion was born in County Clare, lr:'
land. Dec. It';, 121. and in T-T,u came
to America and to Michigan, where he
made his home' for two years. He was
matried in Cincinnati when lie was :'i
yeats of age to Mary Hock. In lvt he
came to this city and has resided he re
The remains of I'e H r Jan-en, whose
death occurred a' Xorfo'.k, NVb.. Sat -lirday.
arriveel in Davenport yesterday
and the fune ral was held at Pleasant
Valley with iniernie nt in tin? Pb-asan:
Valley ceme ti ry.
Mrs. Wilheimimi Koch die el yrsii-r-day
at the family homo in Kldridge af
ter a long illness at the age eif 71
churc h in M Han.
Mrs. .1. II. Criswcll entertained a few
of her friends at a 7 o'clock dinner at
lie r home- Monday evening.
The- Young People's Missionary so
ciety of the- Methodist church held its
monthlv meeting at the Methouist par-
nagc Monday evening.
Kev. Hi'nry Cullen, 1). D.. leaves on
Thiir.-dav lor Yv'yeimtng, Iowa, to be
ptese-tii at the- doth anniversary cd' the
rganiza: ion of the- Presbyterian church
of thai place. Dr. Cuih'ii will preach
the sermon in the' morning ami give an
leidress in the evening on the "lioiie
lietion of OUl Me mbers." Mr. ami Mrs.
Cullen we re married in this church,
that being tlie former home' of Mrs.
I.itth- I'lane-he K. nt. while' at plav
mar her home, yesterday picke-d up a
iu!! of bills that lay partly hidden in
i In- grass, amounting to a eonsi-!iTab!.-
-urn. Tin lii.xs'e-iy i:f ihe ownership of
Hie money has noi ye; been explained.
from a horse a f'-w We-eks ago anil se
verely fractured her hip, is better, ami :
is now able to sit up.
tive's in Moline and Rock Islam!.
A number in this vicinity attended
the ceiinmencement at Port liyron
She. ilon Walker was a business call
er in Moline last week.
in 1 .Mrs. Colonel David were bus-
ine-s callers in Moline and Uoek Island
one- day last week.
Marcia l-'n 1. who ha? Tie e n ill, is bet
ter. At Hie home of Joe Filbert a very
pleasant time was had last Saturday
('filing by the young people'.
Miss Margaret Schafer is visiting in
Miss Minnie Stelk of Moline visite'd
in this vicinity iast week.
Mrs. E. M. M'-Muiphy. Miss Winifre'd
Colgrove. and Edna Mumma were M.i-lin--
e-allet's last Thursday.
Miss l.tllfe Walthi s visited her
eat - over Sumlay.
Miss Nettie Parks J3 visiling
Children's day services will be
at Xunia n. xt Sumlay.
Mis. Dave Ailsbrow and son Forre-T
were caller.- in this vicinity las; week.
Miss Luciio Taggait. who was thrown
Mrs. Kohrer and daughte r were visit
ing the former's sister Mrs. Willi. r.u
Ebe ling Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rank and childre i
from Hock Island visiied Frank Kel-le-y's
Mr. and Mrs. David Sc-hali r of Zum i
were calling on relatives Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. (b'orge Scott have' f
turned from Monmouth wlu te Hu-y a -le-n.led
Hie- burial of their siste-r Miss
Elmo Ailsbrow of Zuma visited hi:-,
part tits here Sunday.
The ladies of Harmony circle will b.'
e-iite'i-tained at the home' of Mrs. Ha-t-zel
Mrs. S. P. Cosner gave' a party lei a
numbe'r of her friends Friday afte'--nex
The birthday party given by the- 1--dies
Friday was weli aMi'iiiii-d and the
amount taken in was something; over
Sunday evening took place' the1 wed
ding of Miss Lizzie- Le-e- of Watorto.vu
and Abrham ller.schev of M-dim- at
:t cozy little' cottage prepared for lie u;
in Cady's aibiiiion to Moline-. T'i-
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mis
William Lee- of this place nml has bei i
;empleye'd as dies-maker at the ho.-pi
ta! for si ve ra.l years. The groom i:?
tin employe uf the Moline;
pany. The ceremony was
by He'v. Edgar Woolhouse
First Paplisi church. T!a
Want Brick Substituted. Property
owners alejng Se ve-tith ave nue are re
ceiving notice from the- board of local
improvements lo the effect that the
board de-ems it a wise precaution o
substitute brick for asphali iu Hie' pro
posed paving fiein Twellth to Fif
teenth street. The petition was for as
phali. but owing to ihe fact that the
surface' drainage from the hill street-'
pol I ' Ij'liK 'd
bride at: !
will soon elepnit for TVvas
lie has In en calb ,1 in the im v-
esr of his company.
would tindermine' an asphalt course
skirting tin- fool of the bluff, the board
has eiecide-d against asphalt.
Coryn Resigns. Ed Coryn has te
jigned iis sr-cretary and in asuri r of
the Me.line Inoaudesi-oid Lamp cotn-
pany. Tile' n-signa'ien has taken e-f-1
ft. and Mr. Coryn will leave tin- con
cern in a short lime. He will siill re
main a dire-dor of the concern, le-ver-thele.-s.
Mr. Coiyn's place lias I ei-u
fillc'd by Tat-'.ielore Mueller, who was!
fea ineily employed as lloor manager of
the New York ore,
Leaves Steel Works. Mons J. lvg
gan, assi-tau! supe rinte iideni of ih
Sylvan plant of Hie' P.epublie- Iron
Sieel company lor the last nine' year;,
lias resigned his pn.-it ion. the chaii;;e
taking efi'eei this we-ek.
Deputy Sheriff Arrested. Fred Ap-pb-epii.-i,
de'puiy slieriff. was arn-ste-I
Mendtiy night in Eai Moline on -i
charge of as.-ault ami bati-iy. Apple
eiuis; is not a i-e-idetit i.f Last Mo. ne
or e-mployi d lhere, but eaie of the legu
lar deputies place-d Hate in c-on nee-l ion
wilh the present labo'- trouble's. The'
ciiarue- against him alleges that Satur
day night he assaulted a number of
citizens by pushing tlte-m trom Hie sieh -walk
wiihe. at provocai ion.
Reduce Hpurs. Deere- Aj Co. have in-
animated a change in their working
time, and started the !t-hour system in
stead ejf 1C hours. This applies to ah
the shops txcepi the machine simp, and
will continue, until the big plant shuts
down for inventory Juno 2!).
Merchants to Have Outinq. The next
(piartt.Tly met ting .of the Retail Mer
chant I' association will be held July 0,
rael will take the' form of an outing.
Tlie monthly mooting of the board tl di
rectors was hold Monday eve ning, ami
it was decided this form t,f tm-eling had
piiiveil so successful last year that it
should be repeated. The dan is to se
l.'ct eii.e of tin? outing spots, iii'ie-abou',
probably Campbells' island. Members
of the association will atend with th'-lr
wives ami f.iiialies. and the evt-ning
will be' passed in speeches, refresh
mints and other amu.-.eme-nis beside,
the business meeting of the associ i
Nature's Sweet Restorer
The tired body and liraiu. rest and recuperate during sleep.
There is remarkable capacity for hard werk so long" as the
sleeping hours are regular and l hes slumbers are not disturbed
by bael dreams, stomach disorders or headache.
When mental strain, nervous worry or over-fatigue causes
rrif KAfrt.A ririntr. mnl Tinlurnl sleet) will SOOIl COTlie to
your relief. These pills are purely vegetable and cure sleepless
ness by regulating the important functions of the body. iliey
contain nonnarcotic nor sedative. Their action is natural, pleasant
and safe. As a tonic and restorative in all case s of overwork, brain
fag, nervousness and worry, they have no eipial.
iJeecham's Pills cipialie the' circulation, carry the blood from tlie
weary brain, rest the uiiud and
Bring Balmy Sleep
la Boxes 10o and 25c. with lull directlong.
William Smile y and daughter of Al
lans ie-, Iowa, visited ove r Sou. lay whh
Mr. and Mrs. William and Clelland Mc
The baeonlaure ate sermon was preaoh
e d Sunday e-ve-uing to the gradual iug
class of the high schoed bv Uev. T. J.
Wood of the Methodist church. The
pulpil was tastefully docoialcd wilh
the class colors, re d and white.
Cyrus Waii returned home- Saturday
evening to spend the summer vacation.
Mr. Savage. Hn station age-nt at Tav
lor Uidge, and ids wife have' move 1
into the vacant rooms above C. C.
Trim's groe-e'iy stot'1, as ihete are no
vacant lieaisi s at pre.-eii; in Taylor
Miss Eli.tiln tli Honey spent Sunday
night, with her fiiend. Iluth W'ait.
Miss Ida. Millett, li-techi-r of the gram
mar ih-pai t mi nt in the village sc hool,
bit lure Saturday for Macomb, win-re
.he will attend the sunimi-r term of
t lie nut nail schoi d.
Tin sti r i .pi ie-on entertainment whicn
was to have b.-en given at Hie- Melhod
i?t church Thursday evening was jios!
pom d on account of the- rain.
A numbe'r of pi ople. among whom
were- Lara Schoonmakor, Nolle Carpen
ter. Mary Sc hriver. anel Mrs. R. P.
Wait, who attended the' musical e on-j
lion in Moline. returned home Satuiiiayi
Mrs. Margaret (Juist Daly is visiting
;it her father's c a.-t of town.
Several e-andidatos for ni'-mbershin
wire- initiated into the nn-teiies of
we-odciafl bv tin- Ke-ytiolds r;iiiii of
M. W. A. Saturday niuhl.
In adili.ion to the hoti-1 building and
livery business, Fred Carpi n-i-r has
bought the- draying business of Jeih.i
Mrs. Zeigler entertained a number of
ladie s Saturday afternoon at a birthday
party. A good lime and splendid sup
per we -re 11 joyed.
Miss Lyda 11'llam. who lias been
siaiug at !L P. Wait's, w. nt in Huffal )
Prairie-Sat unlay afte rnoon for a stay of
sevi ral weeks with Mr. and M;s.
Harry W. Cozad of Hock Island cam.'
out Saturday evening tor a visit, wit-i
his mot'ie r. Mrs. Manila Cozad.
Mr. ami Mrs. Will Clark ami family
of Alexis returned home' Sunday after
a fortnight's vk-i' with Mrs. Chub's
liar- nls Mr. and Mrs. John Millt-it.
Mrs. Ella T. Wliealon and ilaughle-i-Aiia.
Fleming and P.ernarel Eksiroin
le ft Monday morning for di!Teton: p-utits
in Coloiado. Mrs. Wheaton anel daugh
ter are to visit Mr. and Mis. William
H. Wheaton of Longnieiiit; Fleming nml
P.ernard Hkstrcm are going to their
lathe r at Pueblo after flaying for seinm
(Continue'd on Iag-e Throe.)
If you want the cheapest
good coffee in the world buy
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee.
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307TwefIMri-Street, WKicl is Now in the Hands of America's Greatest Bargain Givers,
Frank Mock of Camhrielge was del
ing busine ss in Milan Monday.
The W. C. T. V . will meet nt the
home of Mrs. Charles Thompson Thur.--day
afternoon of this week.
Dr. Henry Cullen and daughter. Mi.-s
Una, ai tended the commencemeui exer
cises of the Uoek Island high school
Friday e von inc.
Hammond Whitsiit of Moline visiied
Fihlay with his aunt. Miss Elizabeth
Miss Emma Kue hl left Saturday for
visit with her brother William in Chi
cago. - The children's day exe rcises of tin'"
Presbyterian Sunday school were' hed.l
Sunday morning, June Jt. The inclem
ency of the weni her did noi pre vent a
large attendance. The ex-rci.ses wer -geioel
and the' church was very artis
(icorge Loosb'.v of Moline brought
his Sunday school class of bovs out to
Milan for a tramp through the woods j
Sunday afternoon. j
The .Misses Hattie, Elsie and Rent;
Tropp and Miss Annie Carlson of Me)-!
lino are sneiuiing a few davs at tin
.. M..f. eei., -. T.l ,
IIW1III' Ol .eil. fc, II' I ill, III .1 OIIIIM oil.
Lieutenant (ieorgc Syelmir, who is at
tending Ilethel Military academy in
Warrington, Va.. n'turneil Ftiday night
to spend the summer vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Syd
Mrs. .Tamos Christy of Hock Islan 1
spent Sunday at the homo of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ranharger, in
Harry McLaughlin of Moline was -i
Milan caller thej first of the week. MjjJ
Alices P.llln l'nl.j lr.ff- Tee.iclne- V,r -l ': '.
,'e.j.e uiiiiie j,uec ee ,t -mte.'
visit with friends in Chandlervillo, IU.
The many friends of Rev. anel Mrs.
H. W. Rohord will be glad to know that O
a son arrived at the parsonage at Wa
terloo. Iowa. June 5, whose name' is.
Harold McClure Iteherd. Mr. Reliorel was
Prices are knocked into a "cocked hat" for the final wind-up of this sale. No, no, there's not a
consideration for anything in the wind-up, only to clear out everything quickly. And the
prices! My, oh, my; they are just awful, truly awful in the fullest sense. We have passed the
stage of "choice" it's "compulsion". And the final wind-up well, it will be the greatest whirl,
the biggest values ever placed before you for High Grade Shoes. Choice goes to first choosers.
Get here tonight if possible, if not come tomorrow and every day this week. Sale only lasts
more days. Some lots will not last half that long.
LADIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
One big lot of ladies oxfords, worth to go as low
Hig lot ladies' slippe rs, oxfords and buskins, all go
One big lot of sample: shoes. You will find shoe's worlh up
to $", all go at ,
Hig lot ladies' shoes and oxfords, vie i kid, patent tips, light
ami heavy soles, all go at
Hig lei ladies' hand-turned shoes and oxfords, new goods,
woiih ; Groves' price
$1.89 Your pick of a big lot ladies patent kid lace and button
shoe s and oxfords, sole by Dolly Hros. at Groves' price'.
$2.48 Ladies' patent ideal kid, vici kid and box calf, new $4
shoe s; Groves' juice '
$2.89 Ladies' hand-seweel shoev ami oxfords, all 'sizes and
widths; Dolly Hros". price $l.ro; Groves' juice
Boys', Girls' and Children's Shoes.
One' lot chihiri ns' : dtoi s to go as low
Hig lot c-hiblr.-n's shoe's, si.es I to ,
One lot chihlren's shoes, seild for title; Grove s.'
Rig boys' and giris' shoes that will go
Hig lot hoys' and girls' $l.r.u shoes
Hig lot of pood shoes tor bad boys, all sizes, and kinds, boys' uj to ."t ..
girls' sizes up to L' ; Dolly Hros. s,dd them for $2 ami $2..rdl;
Groves' price Sl.lJ)
ltoys" and girls kid box calf shoes, now gooels, ne-w style's.
blucher anel lace e5j J
Hig Ut very line shoes for boys nml cirls, worth now go
MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
One- big lot men's goe.el work an i dii-ss shoos, all sizes, role! by
Dolly llr.is. at 1: Groves' price. SI .If)
Hig lot mi ns' fine satin calf sho s. 2.-
Two big lots ,,f men's and $ 1 . V.) sii.n-s. oeen.-istiiig of patent b ata-
ers. vie-i kids, box calf am! tan sheie s. all divided into two
I, us. values from fL'.r.o to take- your jack at..g(;j) and SI. SO
Hig lot menV kangaroo and jirdent leather shoes, sold at
II--" !-O.II eiT.e,
Hig I. it men's fine patent bluc in r cuts, also vici kid, hand-sevved
shoes and oxfords, worlh up to ?t S2.S9
Ralston Health sinus ; vein all know them; they now
' s::.nf) ai"1 s..i:1.
Hig lot men's $."i anel $C sheies go
All $r, $( ami $7 Si rung & Garfield, Dr. Heed's. Stacy Adams
:,hoi's now ,r,u at S l.lf)
The Stock is Doomed and Mast Go.
We Must Have the Money.
This will be the greatest bargain shoe sale in the
history of the state. $1.00 will go cs far as $3.00.
THE GOODS ARE HERE TO BACK THE PRICES.
In this limited space we can mention but a few of the thousands of tremendous bargains, hut it will give you an idea of the gre3t values that aw3it
your coming. A mighty movement of all the goods. Watch for the big blue sign. Thousands of other things which we have not space to mention
are displayed all through the store marked in large, plain figures so low they are bound to sell quick. Nothing kept back. Everything must go.
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