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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY. JUNE 18, 1907.
CONVENE AT ALEDO
Rock Island District Epworth
League's Meeting Next
OPENS MONDAY EVENING
Special Speakers for Occasion Insun
, a Program of Unusual
3:30 Discussion and Fourth Depart
ment Conference Rev. W.'P. MacVey,
Spencer -Memorial, ltock Island.
4:00 Our Responsibility for Christ's
Conquest of the World. Miss Kate H.
4:15 Our Equipment for the Con
quest of tho World for Christ Rev. O.
D. Wood, Port Byron.
'I'HCNiliiy I "von in if.
7:30 Sons Service and Devotionals.
Rev. O. P. Snedaker.
8:00 Address, "Temperance Omens"
Rev. R. K. Smith. Galva.
Solo Miss Phoebe Scannell, Aledo.
Address Rev. M. C. B. Mason. D. D.,
The ISth annual convention of the
Rock Island district Epworth league
will be held at Aledo Monday and
Tuesday of next week, beginning Mon
day evening and closing Tuesday even
ing. Several special speakers are on
the program. Rev. G. P. Snedaker of
Woodhull will have charge of the sink
ing. Following is the program in de
7:00 Praise service and devotional.-;.
Rev. G. P. Snedaker, Woodhull.
7 : 30 Organizat ion.
8:00 Anthem. Aledo choir.
Address, "The Methodist Brother
hood" Rev. J. W. Frizzelle, I). I).,
Address Rev. George Elliott, 1). I),
8:30 Convention Love Feast, con
ducted by Rev. Abraham Jaggars. Tay
9:00 Communion Service Rev. W.
R. Wiley, I). D., in charge.
9:30 Spiritual Problems of the Ep
worth League of Today Miss Maud
9:4") Discussion and First Depart
ment Conference, led by Rev. W. D.
10:15 Opportunities for Practical
Charity Miss Ada P. Ioder. Tiskihv.-..
10:30 Discussion and Third Depart
ment Conference, led by Charles II.
11:00 The Junior League In Its
Practical Work Miss Nettie I'hilbrook,
11:15 Discussion and Junior League
Conference Miss Maude Thomson, La
v TiirMilnr Afternoon.
1:30 Devotionals Miss Grace M.
2:00 Business Hour. (1) Reports
from district otlicers. (21 Election of
district officers. (3) Fixing place for
3:00 The Literary Provisions forth"
Epworthian Miss Mamie Hall. Keiths
burg. 3:15 The Social Provisions for the
Letter List No. 24.
List of uncalled for letters for week
ending June 15:
Miss Jennie Brogan, AusMn, Blaand.
Chas. Campbell, Mrs. Martha Davi.s.
Mrs. Mail Fowler, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. F.
Green. R. C. A. Hill (2), J. M. Hodge
F. G. Herman, Harvey Igan. Miss
Bertha Miolk. W. B. Mousely, Walter
M. Newton. Patricia O'lleron, Jno. G.
Poll, Mrs. Mary Reddig. Mrs. Grace P,
Standard, Nell and David Shaud, Jatno.j
Watsoai, Jake Yontz.
H. A. J. M 'DONALD,
EDITORS TO MEET
ACROSS THE RIVER
Southern Iowa Association's Conven
tion Will be Held at End of
Next Week in Davenport.
Every Man His Own Doctor.
The average man cannot afford to
employ a physician for every slight ail
ment or injury that may occur in his
family, nor can he afford to neglect J
them, as so slight an injury as the
scratch of a pin has been known to
cause the loss of a limb. Hence every
man must from necessity be his own
doctor for this class of ailments. Suc
cess often depends upon prompt treat
ment, which can only be had when
suitable medicines are kept at hand.
Chamberlain's remedies have been in
the market for many years and enjoy a
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com
plaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti
septic liniment) for cuts, bruises, burns,
sprains, swellings, lame back and rheu
Chatnbe Iain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets for constipation, biliousness
and stomach troubles.
Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of
One bottle of each of these five pren
arations costs but $1.35. For sale by
The Southern Iowa Editorial asso
ciation, meets n Davenport Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of next week and
the Commercial club of that city an-I
the press of the three cities have ar
ranged an interesting program. Dis
cussion of business matters and listen
big to topics treated by practical news
paper men will constitute the chief
portion, but will be varied with social
diversions. Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock the delegates will be treated to
a steamboat excursion aJid in the eve
ning they will be guests at a concer'
by Ellery's band. Friday afternoon at:
3 o'clock there will be an automobile
ride to Rock Island arsenal and oth
points of intere-.t and in the evening
the Commercial club will tender a ban
quet. The election of officers will taiie
place Saturday morning. A matter of
considerable interest, particularly to
the smaller publishers, will ho a dis
play of typesetting machines which
will be set up at tho St. James hole
the headquarters of the delegates.
These machines will include various
devices t lint are sold at a lower pric-
than the machines now in more com
(Continued from l'aire Four).
A Prompt, pleasant, good remedy
for coughs and colds is Kennedy's Lax
ative Cough Syrup. It contains no
opiates and does not. constipate. Chil
dren like it. Sold by
erywliere, explaining us be proceeded.
"This is the square tower," he said.
"It was blown up during the wur of
"I didn't know roses ever quarreled,"
said the younger girl, with surprise.
"Were there many of them in tho
tower when it was blown up?"
"Quite a number. They were red
ones. Their blood stained the walls."
"The perfume must have been de
licious." "This is the banquet hall," their
guide continued, opening a dour into an
immense apartment around which were
ranged dummies wearing armor. "The
table reached from end to end."
"What did they eat in those days?"
4,Oxeii, hares, calves, deer - anything
they could get. They were bard eater,
hard drinkers and hard lighters."
"You don't mean the dukes and their
families, do yottV"
"Oh, the dukes ate, drank and fought
harder than any one else. They were
nn ignorant set. Scarcely any of them
could read or write."
"This part," the guide went on. "was
sacked by the roundheads. Here .was
ttie enapel." opening a door. "They
destroyed the altar and got away with
the silver service."
What kind of heads did you say
Round round as a bullet. Their
trousers were always out at the knees."
"How did that happen';"
"Praying. They fought, prayed and
sang psalms, all at the same time."
"Why di.l they attack the castle?"
"The duke was a cavalier."
"I thought cavaliers were very nice."
"They wore beautiful lace collars
and long curls, if that is nice."
When the Inspection was finished
and they returned to the starting point
the limn picked up his ax and bade the
girls good morning. Annie, who car
ried a small box in her hand, said:
"Iki you think the duke would object
if I took a few views?"
She proposed to him to stand with
his ax over his shoulder and bo photo
graphed, making a central figure for
one of the views. He smiled and con
sented. Then, with thanks, the friends
departed. The same afternoon they
went to London and left their plates
at a photographer to lo developed. On
calling for the proofs the photographer
asked how they came to got the views
and when told offered them .".o for the
plate containing the ax man. Since this
would give them a trip into Scotland,
they accepted it.
While they were in Scotland the
British cabinet was outvoted in the
house of commons, and a new ministry
was formed. n of the illustrated pa
pers fell into the girls' bands, anil a
picture in it surprised them. It was a
reproduction of their photograph of
the ax man. Under it was printed hi
caps, "His grace the De.ke of !.. the
new prime minister, returning from bis
Auule looked at Susie, and Susi
looked at Annie. Then Annie said:
"I think we'd better go home and
take another year at school."
ARE YOU A BOOSTER?
If so, smoke and boost
CI G A RETS
Manufactured in Rock Island and for sale by all first class dealers
in Rock Island, Moline and Davenport.
Hamler to Alice A.
block 3, Acme addition
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers.
Karl Berkenmeyer to John Schatz,
cast M feet lot !', Henry S. Case's sub
division of assessor's lot 7, in southeast
quarter section 2, 17. $:;.i"i50.
Anna Langholm to George II. tjuade,
lot 2. block Smith tC- White's addition.
Moline Heights, $15n.
John Yolk to Gottlieb Weiss, south !i
feel, let Hi, and north :ts feet, lot !'.
both in block 1. Gnyir's Third addition.
Rock island, $1.
John Yolk to Charles II. Yolk, south
n feet, lot 12. and north II feet, lot 11.
both in block 1, Guycr's Third addition,
Rock Island, $1.
Charles A. Hull to James Thompson
lots t: and 10, blorl; 0. Milan. $!ui0.
John Yolk to John E. Volk, west 17
feet lol 2. block 1, Cover's Third addi
tion. Rock Island, $1.
John Yolk to John Weiss, south 0
feet, lot 11. ami north 11 feet, lot Hi.
block 1, Guyor's Third addition, Rock
J. G. Volk to Charles Volk, west 45'j
feet, lot X. block 5, Thompson & Wells'
addition. Rock Island. $1.
Fred Volk to William Volk, west
2; 10-12 feet, lot 10, block 5. Thompson
tc Wells' addition. Rock Island, $1.
David N. Hamler to Alice A. Rounds,
lot !'. block -1, Acme addition, Moline,
Rounds, lot 22,
J. 15. Oakleaf to Diury A. Babcock.
lot 12. block 1. Third Whcelock Fif
teenth street addition, Moline, $700.
Andrew J. Freeman to Drury A. Bab
cock, lot 1. block 2, Third Whcelock
Fifteenth street addition, Moline, $5oo.
Mary Koehh r to Chester Lillibtidge.
undivided 2-21 feet of west, half of
southwest quarter of southeast quar
ter, section 1, HI. Cw, $57.14.
William P. Itroiiner and others to
Chester Lillibtidge, undivided 1! 21 feet
of west half of southwest quarter of
southeast quarter, section 1, 10. Cw,
C. N. New-comb to Charles DeVens,
lot :i, block 2, Alday's Third addition,
Edward C. Donahoo to Frank C. Kel
ly, lots 25 and 20, block 5. Donation &
Cosner's First addition, East Moline.
William MeDougall to Luther T.
15, block E. Edgewood
Rock Island. $075.
Krueger to John N.
::::.7 feet, lot l. block 5.
Bailey Davenport's Second addition,
ltock Island. $I.u50.
Celia Ella Woodruff to George I.
Smith, lot 7, and noiih half lot S, block
2::, Moline, $200.
If you would enjoy tomorrow, take
Chamberlains' Stomach and Liver Tab
lets tonight. They produce an agree
able, laxative effect, clear the head and
cleanse the stomach. Price. 25 cents.
Samples free at all druggists.
Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains in the stomach, colic and diar
rhoea are quickly relieved by the use
of Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by all
It is No Trouble to Get Money of Us
On any form of chattel senility, such as household goods, vehi
cles, horses, fixtures, etc. Or on salaries. We loan any amount? We
do not deprive you of the goods, or give the slightest publicity to the
Perhaps you have been something of a high-liver yourself, or may
be you have become financially embarrassed pimply through an unfor
tunate combination of circumstances. In either case, we stand ready to
help you out. Pay back weekly or monthly.
We lix it any way to suit you, and extend time without charge in
case of sickness or misfortune. Our offices are the most private for
negotiating a loan. If you piefer it. we will call upon you. $1.2" is
the weekly payment on a $5o loan, and other amounts in proportion.
And we have monthly payment plans if you prefer them.
Inquiry costs nothing. Write, telephone, or come in. We loan In
all surrounding towns.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
Old 'phone N 2425. 219 Brady, Davenport.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
3 OF THE BIG SALE OF
Which is Now in the Hands of G. W. Groves (SL Co., America's Greatest Bargain Givers.
Price Woivders for Four Closing Days Thai Stagger Belief. Grand Closing Days Wednesday, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, Jime 19, 20, 21 and 22.
WE HAVE RIPPED THE THING WIDE OPEN. ALL MUST AND WILL GO WOMEN'S SHOES AS LOW AS 47c A PAIR, CHILDREN'S AT 19c. BE ON HAND EVERY DAY IT'S YOUR LAST AND GREATEST CHANCE. SEE THE BIG BLUE SIGN AND
DOLLY BROS. NAME OVER THE DOOR, 307 TWENTIETH STREET, ROCK ISLAND. THE STORY IS TOLD IN A FEW WORDS AND PRICES THROUGHOUT THE STORE WILL INDORSE THE STORY. THE STOCK IS NOW ALL OUT ON DISPLAY
AND MARKED SO THAT BUYING IS EASY AND RAPID.
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No matter what your circumstances where you usually trade or what your needs, there's money for you in these closing days of
this sale more than you can imagine even though you judge by the opening days of this sale DOLLY BROS, pockets the loss
you take the profit. Read the pri ces buy shoes if you have to borrow the money.
Supremest attempts at value giving the magnitude of values, the daring sacrifice of price-cutting, and the vast varieties of the
offerings so generously placed before you by G. W. Groves & Co. combine to make the closing days of this sale tower above all
other attempts, as the sublime mountain peak overtop the scattered foothills at its base.
LADIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
One big lot of ladies' oxfords, worth $2, to go as low
Big lot ladies' slippers, oxfords and buskins, all go
One big lot of sample shoes. You will find shoes worth up
to $5, all go at OS
Pig lot ladies' shoes and oxfords, vici kid, patent tips, light
and heavy soles, all go at .' 1.10
Big lot ladies' hand-turned shoes and oxfords, new goods,
worth Groves' price gj Q'J
$1-89 Your pick of a big lot ladies' patent kid lace and button
shoes and oxfords, sold by Dolly Bros, at ?.X,0; Groves' price. .jgl.SO
$2.48 Ladies' patent ideal kid, vici kid and box calf, new $4
shoes; Groves' price go
$2.89 Ladies' hand-sewed shoes and oxfords, all sizes and
widths; Dolly Bros', price $4.50; Groves' price $2.S9
Boys', Girls' and Children's Shoes.
One lot chihlrens' shoes to go as low
Big lot children's shoes, sizes I to 5,
One lot children's shoes, sold for Me; Groves'
Big boys' and girls' shoes that will go
Big lot boys' and girls' $1.50 shoes
Big lot of good shoes for bad boys, all sizes and kinds, boys" up to 5ij,
fcirls' sizes up to 2; Dolly Bros, sold them for $2 and $2.50;
'Groves' price SI. 19
Boys' and girls kid box calf shoes, new good;. new styles,
blucher and lace jgj .g
Big lot very fine shoes for bovs and girls, worth $;!, now go
MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
One big lot men's good work and dress shoes, all sizes, sold by
Dolly Bros, at $2; Groves' juice SI. 19
Big lot mens' line satin calf shoes. $2.25
Two big lots of men's $1.01) and $1.S! shoes, consisting of patent leath
ers, vici kids, box calf and tan shoes, all divided into two
lots, values from $2.50 to $5; tnkc your pick at- Sl.G9 an(! Sl.89
Big lot men's kangaroo and patent leather shoes, sold at
$2.50, uow go at S2.39
Big lot men's fine patent blucher cuts, also vici kid, hand-sewed
shoes and oxfords, worth up to $4 S2.89
Ralston Health shoes; you all know them; they now
' at S3.39 and S3.13
Big lot men's $5 and $C shoes go
at S3. 89
All $5. $tl and $7 Strong & Garfield. Dr. Heed's, Stacy Adams
shoes now go at S I. 19
QUICK RESPONDERS GET THE BEST BE ON HAND PROMPTLY WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, AT 10:30 "A. M. BRING YOUR EYES LET THEM BE YOUR JUDGE. THE RICH WILL BE HERE SURE. THE POOR CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS
IT. FARMERS CAN AFFORD TO DRIVE 30 MILES AND FEEL WELL REPAID FOR DRIVING SO. YOU WILL NEVER BUY SHOES SO LOW AGAIN.
307 Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
Groves & Co
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