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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1909.
il FORI THElLINE
an effort will be made to secure track
arrangements with the Tri-City Rail
way company from Milan to Rock Is
land. PLUMBERS' STRIKE
That Interurban from' Sterling
? to Rock Island Will be
Built Is Indicated.1 ; :
Terms of Settlement Are Not Given
Out, but !t:ls Vmlerstood Kotlt
. Sides Made Concessions.-'
MUST BE DONE IN 1911
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'UMfM WEEK m MY AS' YOU (GET 1PM1
Old Project Is Revived and Anderson,
;Ind'., Firm (Jets Job Comes
' ; In Through Milan.
Two directors of the Dixon. Rock
Falls & Southwestern interurban, an
old project for the building of an inter
urban from Sterling to Rock Island,
today gave out at Rock Falls that a
contract for' the construction of the
line to Rock Island had been let to the
Bums Construction company of An
derson, Ind. The contract calls for
the' completion of the line to Rock Is
land In 1911. Work is to ho pushed
from the other end of the line, and it
will probably be a year before the
building operations near this city.. The
financing plan Is the issuance of bonds,
to . )o sold in sections as (he work
The Prohnlile Itoulr.
As yet the right of way at this end
of the line lias not been secured. The
work was begun last fall, and about
five miles of track was built between
Tampico and Hooppole, and the con
tractors threw up the job. The line
will run from Rock Falls to Ilooppolo.
then' to Genesco, and from tieneseo
probably to Milan along the south side
of Rock river. It is understood that
as to the
Received Hifkeft Award
World' Pore Food Expasitioa
The plumbers' strike, which has been
in progress for" several weeks; was set
tied yesterday and all of the journey
men plum bars,', about 20 in number, re:
turned to their work today. The basis
of settlement is not known, though it
is understood that certain concessions
were made by the journeymen-and
also by the master plumbers. The men
went out to enforce a demand for an
int reaso of 50 cents a day. They have
been receiving $:;.50 a day.
MEESE FOR NEXT SPEAKER
Will Address Broadway Men's Club
Next Friday Evening.
W. A. Meese of Moline is to be the
next speaker before the Men's club of
the Broadway Presbyterian chinch, the
meeting being held next Friday even
ing, one week from tonight. Mr.
Meese's topic will be "The Early His
tory of Illinois."
CLASS HAS AN OUTING
Augiistana Juniors ; to I, in wood for
The annual picnic of the Junior
class of Augiistana college was held
today. About ZT members of the class
went to Linwood . on the launch
"Granpa" to spend the afternoon and
Rheumatism Cured in Three Days.
N. B. Langlcy, Madison, Wis says
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had it in
my neck so I could not.turn my read,
and all through my body. 'I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until ! procured
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism
In a few hours the pain was relieved
and in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I, was at work.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, Rock Island, Gust. Schlegel
& Son, 20 West Second street, Daven
Comprising the Prize Pictures,
together with Convention Ex
hibit, will be on display
SATURDAY, MAY 15
Afternoon and Evening.
1822 Third Avenue.
A Cordial Invitation to All
Palace Gash Meat Market
Has the choicest cuts of Meat for your Sunday dinners.
' Call us up and give us your order, and be assured, of
prompt delivery. We have on sale for tomorrow as fol
Regular Hams illic
I'icnie Hanis - 9e
Peacock Hams foe
Rib Rncon hy.th strip . . . lOc
tWide Rncon by the strip . . 15c
-Narrow Racon, by the strip 1 Ic
Peacock Kicon' y. . ; . , :. U5c
Rib lloil .......
- Pork Roast
Pork Chops ? ... f
. ... 15c
. 500 CMckens.
U.S.. Gross, Mgr.
1811. 2d Ave. Phones,.New 5073, Old 1024
like every thrifty housekeeper to put the house in trim for spring and summeri months. You can count on our co-operation. We
are ready and willing. to lend a helping hand. Here's howl We've created a: host of special Underselling Bargains in Seasonable
Furniture for our May Sale, and our liberal credit terms make it easy for you to buy to the full extent of your needs. In this way
your "spare change" really pays for what you buy or a little at a time till it's paid.
Our styles arc new and choice designs. The frames plain or richly
carved; upholstered in silk plush, veronas, velours and leathers. Three
and live-piece suits, Tcte-Tetes, Roman and Odd Chairs three-piece
-'its .. ...$12.50 up
Beautiful Red Davenports and Divans.
Other Tarlor Pieces are shown in variety. There are Parlor Cabinets,
rarlof" Stands, Tabourejttes, Stools, Pedestals, etc.
Bed Room Furniture
We study Fed Room Furniture closely. We sell a large number of
r.ed Suits, yet the sale of Rrass and Irtn Beds Is ever on the Increase.
Iron Reds $1.98 Up
Diiiing Room Furniture
We never before had as fine a line of Dining Room Furniture. They
are articles, too, that are bought every day. For instance, take a Side
board, a China Closet, a Buffet or Dining Table, how much they have to
do in giving the dining room the appearance you want it to have. Solid
Oak Pedestal Tables $14.75
We are showing a big line of Porch and Cottage Furniture. The three
lieces comprising the suit are Rocker, Divan and Arm Chair; maple
frame, double rattan seat and back.sirougly made. Price $12.50
-. Kitchen Conveniences
The Kitchen i3 the -woman's work room. It doeBn't require a big In
vttment to haTe a weir equipped kitchen. We sell Ranges, Cook Stoves,
Kitchen Cabinets," Cupboards, Kitchen Tables and Chairs. Oil Cloth and
Linoleums in several widths.. You know the importance of. having a
Wash Machine and Wringer that 6aves clothes. We sell that kind, .
Felt M attresses 07.50
This $10.00 value Mattress is not to be compared with the ordinary cot
ton mattress; you'll get-a genuine bargain when you buy this mattress
for ; ' $7.50
Sold on 30 nights trial and money refunded if not entirely satisfactory
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307-3G9 20fh St., Rock Island
EAST MOLINE TO
New ' Schedule of Pay for School
Teachers is to be Reported to
JSonrd at N'e.xt Meeting.
The school teachers of Fast Moline
are to be giveu increases of from $2.b'l
to $10 a month, if a new schedule to
he acted bn by the board of education
May 21 in adopted. The teachers'
committee has prepared a report favor
ing the now schedule for next year.
The teachers, about, half of whom re
side in Rock Island, will lie asked lo
reside in East Moline during tin
school term, but this will not bo mad-j
in the nature of a demand. Increases
are provided for all but two of the
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
George W. Sears to George' W. Bat
tles, lot C. block 1, Sears First addi
tion. Sears, $:'00.
Moline Elevator company to Otis El
evator company, part north lfcilf lot
1. Mock 2, part lot 5, block o, old town,
Fannie M. Wade to Joseph K. P.
Ramsey, part northwest quarter, north
west quarter, 4, 17, lw, $500.
W. II. Kliukermann to Emil Thonn,
lot 4, Emil Thonn's subdivision, Camp
bell's addition, Rock Island, $1.
Emil Thonn to W. II. Klinkcrmann,
lot 1, Emil Thonn's subdivision, Camp
bell's addition, Roek Island, $1. "...
Caroline D. Gray and others to Dan
iel L. Schaible, lot S, block 2, Lower
addition, Rock Island. $1.
W. E. Kemble to Alfh'ild E. Bleuer,
$G0O. . ; ' . : - :
Charles Sundell to Henry Cooley,
north 35 feet lot 5, block 6, Second
Fairmount addition, Moline, $500.
Traughott Richter to Carl -Jr. Hook,
part southeast quarte-r.aiorthwest quar
ter, 'northeast quarter, 'section 8, 17,
Otto Huber to White. Pone & Guyer.
0S-1C3 lots 21, 29, 30. 31 and 32, block
.122, New Shops addition. East Mo
i - White, .Pope & Guyer to Carl J. Lind
ahl," lot 32, block 207. New Shops sec
ond addition, Moline, $300.
i Carlton E. Taylor to George W.
Crampton. lot 2, block 1, Cornwall's
first Woodlawn addition. Moline. Also
lots 1. 5, block 2. nart west one-half
northwest quarter' northwest quarter
section 4-iT-iw. $;;.(HH). .
X. L. Davenport to.. Ton n D. Mana
heim, tract in east one half northeast
quarter section 3-17-2v, $1,500.
Ferdinand II. Rein to East Moline
Mercantile company, lot 1, block 170,
city East Molitle, $S00.
Judson II. Ixmg to Ferdinand II.
Rein, lot 2, block 170, city East Moline,
Frederick Xccdham to Grace Need
ham, southeast southeast and north
west southeast quarter section 31-lG-5v,
Frank W. I.equatte to Frederick
Need ham, southeast southeast an.l
northwest southeast quarter section
3l l0-5w, $l,liio.
WinRred ONeil to Elizabeth A.
O'Xeil, part lots 7. 8, block 2, Black
Hawk addition. Rock Island, $1.
Marcella Bragdon to Ella J. Hoeloii,
east 10 feet lot 4. block C, Brackctt's
addition. Rock Island, $3,300.
Joseph L. Craton to William Weaver-
! ling, southeast quarter northwest
and part east one-half southwest quar
ter section 25-17-3w, $1. , "
J. Herbert McKeover to Moline Mai!
company, west 21 feet lot 2. block ),
and pari Henry street, Pitt's, Gilbert
& Pitt's, first addition. Moline.' $1.
Mary Conway to Michael .1. Norton,
out lots 27. 2S. part lot 2S. part, north
cast quarter section 23-17-2w, $1,000.'"
Blake & Murrhy to J. P. Sexton,
south 25 feet lot 3. all lot 4. block 2.
Highland park addition. Rock Island.
John I). Blake to James L. Torticil.
east 20 feet lot 3. 2 feet lot 4. block
12. Spencer & Case's addition, Roek
Island, $1. ; N
May Carney to Carney & Marshall,
part lot 5. block 1. east one-half lot
block 1, Btigg's place. Rock Island,
Witter to Speak.
City Attorney J. F. Witter has been
invited to deliver the Memorial day
address nt thf mlohrnlinn An.I
lusia May ; 1.
It is true, in every sense, that
as a SUMMER RESORT
Ask or send for our beautiful
illustrated . book, "Colorado"
The Popular Route to Colorado is the
Every inch protected by Electric Block Signals ,
The Safe Road to Travel "
Dining Car Meals and Service "Best in the WorkT 4
FOR RATES AND INFORMATION INQUIRE OF
V. C. NEIMYER & A
l2QJackaon Blvd., Chicago, III.
An Ordinance KclMling Ut the SIo
of Carltolic Acid.
. Be it ordained by the city council
of the city of Rock Island, Illinois:
Section 1: That it shall be unlaw
ful for any druggist or other person
to sell or dispense at retail carbolic
acid in any strength higher than five
per cent solution except upon the
prescription of a duly registered
practising physician, licensed veter
inarian or licensed dentist.
" Section 2: The penalty for the
violation of section one hereof shall
be not less than $5 and not more
; , GEORGE-YV. McCASKRIX.
: Attest; M. T. Rudgren. Clerk.
Passed May JO.'l 90 It.
Approved May 14, 1909.
- The Ruth passed north. The Helen
Blair arrived from Hie south.
. The stage of water was S.Srt at C
a. m. and S.85 at noon.
MAY BE GOOD "CATCH"
Police Relieve They Have Man Want
ed nt Lynn, Mass.
Frank Williams, alias George Rog
ers, was arrested last night on a
charge of disorderly conduct, and was
sent to the county jail by Magistrate
Smith to work out a fine of $125 and
costs. The police think he is wanted
at Lynn, Mass, for burglary, and an
investigation is being made.
John Harper was fined $20 and costs
by the magistrate for creating a dis
turbance in the Janes restaurant last
EAT THEM LIKE CANDY.
No other remedy can be compared with.'
Rexall Orderlies for the easy, pleasant and
successful treatment of constipation. Voir
may have back the money you pay us for
them if they fail to satisfy you. Kat them
like candy any time of day or night. They
""don't gripe or cause any annoyance what
ever. Two sizes, ioc. and 25c.
THOMAS DRUG CO.
Money Brought to your Home
If yon need money, cut out the blank, fill in and mail to
We desire to make a loan of $. provided your
terms are satisfactory.
j Address,, street and number
-When to have agent call .
Air communications confidential.
imUTUAlb LOAN CO
I" Propte't ;Ntlonat Bank Bulldlna; Room 411. Old Phone Wtt. 122;
r L v-NW'51C'. ?W Wednesday and Saturday Nlghta. . ,