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THE ROCK YSIiAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, TU1SY To, 1910.
FUNDS FOR CITY
Five Local Institutions Join in
a Loan of $65,000 to
SECURED BY REVENUES
Aldermen Unanimously in Favor of
Providing Modern Fire Alarm
Rock Island's five banking Institu
tions have agreed to advance $6 5,
000 to the city to meet its obliga
tions pending collection of its an
nual revenues. Of the total, the
State bank will loan 25,000, and
the Rock Island Savings, the Rnck
Island National, the People's Nation
al and the Central Trust & Savings
$10,000 each. The city could have
used $80,000, but the amount was
a compromise. The sum borrowed
from the banks last year was $6 5.
000. A resolution prepared by the
banks, obligating the city and the
members of the council, was pre
sented at an adjourned meeting of
the council last evening, and will
come up for .final adoption at the
regular meeting of the city bouy
next Monday evening.
ConMlderlnK 'ew Kire Alarm.' j
At the Monday meeting a report j
will also be heard from the commit
tee to which was referred the bids
of the two companies that are seek
ing the contract to install the pro
posed new automatic fire alarm call
system. The members of the coun
cil practically are unanimous ia
support of the immediate provision
of the modern equipment, in view
of the unsatisfactory condition of
the present makeshift, which depends
on the telephone in furnishing the
location of a fire, resulting in num-
TANDING OF CONT
In Young & McCombs' Popularity Contest Votes Counted
Up to Wednesday Evening.
Contest Closes Aug. 20---Hurry and Get the Votes You'll
Need Them at the End.
District No. 1
City of Rockj
Hattie Sosna, S0C HU St 12C.944
Faye Hough, S20 12th St 123,0?.;
Stella Gibson, lull 4th Ave 114.247
Marie Williams, .S31 4:ird St 7i.
Marparet (riles. 637 17t!i St 4'j.24'j
Iiorotiiy Hoispmann, 1312 4th A v. . . 4:. .-.!'
ilrs. I'll. WIMiflm 41. T.VI
Car a Iiosohi 21st S?t 27.m:
Mrs. Ben fiinck 142U 7th Ave 27. .'.;
lassie I'orler. 2317'.. 4rh Ave 1'..777
Mrs. Gus Xruetrer. ,Y1 ;th St IS.
Mrs. K. Jaeobsoii. H n; 12th St 17.S34
Freda Junge, ol'j 23r.l St lt.74!
Jnyrue Da.le. 2i"3 13th Ave
Julia Mk. 012 17th St
(.Jementlne Moiuni1. i 1 21.'t St.
Mrs. Clias. Cronui. 729 3!Uh St....
Lulu Mi-Cur.iv, 2.1 lit!. Ave
Rosalind Miller, t;n2 Webb St
Pearl Sehii boi l. 271S o'i Ave
KathfTlne Xvrc-plin. 24'i;"!th Ave..
Belle Curry, H2(t x'.)vil St
Minnie V. Neison. 1 124 7th Ave....
Iorothy Pleasants. 1mi1' 2nd Ave
Kreda Kelleinan, 112S :uh Ave...
Nellie Knox. 17th Av.. lull St
Mrs. Eastrninan. hih schor.l
Freda Lamp, 1321 2ml Ave
Mrs. Wm. Brasher, til 7 luth St
Mary Oldham, 10 12 17th St
Clara Hamvtun 737 17th St
Blanche Baker, Hot; 17th St
Nellie Johnson, 914 14' St
f!race Sehreiner, Illy 4th Ave
Mrs. E. IS. Kreis. 1 1 1 ; lath St
Grace Nepus, 313 14th Ave
Sue Chaiinoii. 443 44lh St
Mary (ban) Allen. 120x 40th St
Kuth Ilemenwav HoS liith St 3.2j
Mrs. J. C McGrath 1 134 9th Ave... 3..'r.'t
3"ussie Sohroeder, 1224 1 2th St.... 2,'jfto
Mrs. Vashti Bollman. 8)2 43rd St . 2,7r.2
Julia MeGinty. 2Su2 tltli Ave 2,7.;1
Mrs. Thus. Casey, Knmilv theatre.
Gertrude Briergrs. 221 13th St
Hele.n Edwards, 13!tMA 3ril Ave
l!ose E. Hamilton, 182D Both Sr
Celia Ilulsebrlnk. 2412 5 Ave
Ada Durham. 1030 1st Ave
Mlpnie Johnson. 10"6 17th Ave....
Mrs. Wm. MoBeal. 91 17th St
Miss Alice ('arse, lllrt 4th Ave
Mrs. Glen E. Baker. 12th St
2, (.4 3
Anna Lanpre, 2731 S1,, Ave.
Ethel Morse, 2SU2 8th Ave
Mrs. Anna Monroe, T32 3lst St....
Esther liurg, 4321 7th Ave
Mary Dixon, So. Rock Island
Bertha Gumtow, 2S3S 5 3 Ave....
Charlotte Anderson, 1227 12th St.
Margaret Gramp. 3401 9 Ave...
Mrs. Clara Chancy, tio3 17th St...
Florence Bailey, South Heights..
Bessie Wilcox. 4413 oth Ave
Jennie Cronholm. 1213' 7th Ave...
Kate Bvrnes, 1704 2nd Ave
Sadie Dillon. 4016 7th Ave
Myrtle Wicker, 445 45th St
Hattie Pratt, 1120 14 H St
Helen Miller, 4213 6th Ave
30 $1250 STANDARD EQUIPMENT
On display at C. S. Lidders garage, 1 724 Fourth Avenue
500 Votes With Each Share Stock One Vote With Every 10 Cents Spent Here. ,
Young & McCombs Co-Operative Store. Co.
erous costly mistakes. The alder
men now find but one obstacle, and
that is finances, but they hope to
be able to make some arrangement
with one of the companies from
which it has propositions whereby
the cost of the improvement may be
spread over a period of years. Both
companies have agreed to accept
three yearly payments, and while
this is a concession, the members of
the council beHeve it is possible to
get even a better deal.
Bid Is Rejected.
Upon recommendation of a commit
tee, the council rejected a bid from
C. H. Thornhill offering to sell a team
for use in the street department for
The ordinance for .the laying of a
v.'iUermain on Eleventh avenue be
tween Sixteenth . and Seventeenth
sfreets was passed. The ordinance
granting the Rock Island Plow com
pany the right to lay switch tracks on
its property was adopted also.
Dog Tax A train.
Alderman John Holzhammer wanted
to know how the police department
was coming with the collection of dog
tax. The mayor answered that 400
owners had already settled, and
that the policemen were on the Job.
Next Monday night a full report will
ba given to the council.
Upon motion of Alderman Charles
Eorst the police department was in
structed to'see to the strict enforce
ment of the ordinance regulating
weights and measures in the city.
AMerman Borst also complained that
there were too many peddlers abroad
in the city. The mayor explained that
ho had issued only three permits, and
those were to cripples.
A Frightful Wreck.
of train, automobile or buggy may
cause cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklen's
j Arnica Salve earth's greatest healer,
j Quick relief and prompt cure results,
j For burns, boils, sores of all kinds,
eczema, chapped hands and lips, sore
eyes or corns, it's supreme. Surest
piie cure, 25 cents at all druggists
TODAY - LIST POSTED IN STORE
- 3 rr
Haiti" B. C.nb.tt. So. K. 1 ,
Miss Marv Pearson. 1114 21st St..
Kila Mitrht 11. 113." 3rd Ave......
Mabel MeNay. i36 lsth St ,
. . h:;abeth liunn
Sarali Keulien. 2."i"ii 3rd Ave
Sarah Wakefield. 742 23rd St
1 1. 1). V. heeier. 1204 11th St ,
Mrs. A. Good, G-3 17th St
2 City of Moline.
1225 4th St 33,999
Irene Woodyatt. 1904 3rd Ave . . . . 1 .",82r
Olive Anderson, 1407 ST.th St 10,447
Marv Stouffer K503 14th Ave 8.949
Josephine Fowler. 240H 1S St.. 8.216
N. llie Hawk. 72 2'tti St 7.900
Grace Knsi man. Spauidinpr Flats.. 7.799
Irene Freed. 34th Av.. 14i St 7.321
Marv Kavanauph. Itf04 sth Ave... 7.301 j
Mabel Malcolm, ir.02 17th St 7.211
Eva Schraeder, 1S27 14' St 6.323
i I-aura Kail. 903 lrtth St 6,302
Mrs. C. Johnson. 1412 10th St 3.5T.2
.May me Buck, lois 2'Uh tt 3.17H
Frances Hernenway. Losan school 3,054
L :nra Anderson. 1107 11th Ave... 2.S22
Maud Howland. 1544 24th St 2.789
Amelia Poland. 1413 1 1 ' St 2,348
Sadie pillon. 401 7th Ave 2.009
Hazel McPannel, 2420 7th Ave 1.81t
Helen Carlin 1,5H3
Alma Melln. 162? lth Ave 1,403
Leota Bherht, 304 17th St 1.321
I.'.n-a Bradv, 726 13th St 1.263
Mrs. Julia Reese, 1214 ISth St.... 1.163
Grace Abrahamson. 27", 15th St.. 1,12s
Elizabeth Bennett, 1327 5th Ave.. 1.120
Marv Bralt 1,116
Anna Jenks. 7th Av.. 16th St 1.100
Anna Brandt. 325 4th Ave 1.067
Stella Jones. 1608 11th St 1.063
Alma Anderson. 835 l.iU St 1.020
Florence Bloomberg. 30s 3Sth St.. 1.020
Helen Brown, 550 intra St 1.010
Emma Couds, 4128 Kiver drive.... 1,009
District No. 3. City of Dav
enport. Annie Elflridare, 191s Col!er Av. . . 15,1 96
Norma BischofT, 428 W. Pine St... 10, 503
Freda Herzotr. 703 Ripley St 8. 895
Thea Lohman, 815 Perry St 8.7S4
Edna Stafford. Burtis theatre 8,445
Amanda Richards. 1544 Pleasant.. 7.516
I.uria Ftilrath, 503 W. 9th St 7.35S
Lillian Keppv, Familv theatre.... 7,244
Edith Buzzard, 505 W. 9th St 7.008
Editli Hannon. Stenojr. pol. Mag.. 6,130
June Parker, 1926 Far nam St 5,755
Clara Lf.ean, 827 W. 14th St 5.732
Mabel Peterson. 836 E. 15th St 4.S63
Mariette Bush. 914 W. 15th St 2,811
Mrs W. A. Kleinhen, 1C34 Arling
ton Ave 2,651
Edvfna Wells. 1716 Park Ave 2,584
Eva Miller, 61 S W. 14th St 2.421
Selma Rickard, 1008 E. 14th St... 2.235
Marie Kelly, 128 W. 14th St 2.173
Betty Spencer, 702 E. 16th St 2.016
PLAN A NEW TOWN
Village Named Burgess to Rise
on the Line of the Rock
AELD0 MEN INTERESTED
Will Be Located 10 Miles Southeast of
That Place Lots to Be Sold
Another new town is to rise on the
Rock Island Southern. Aledo capital
is interested. Land has been bought
in Suez township. Mercer county, 10
miles southwest of Aledo and about
the same distance from Viola, Alexis
and Seaton. Twenty acres have been
given to the Rock Island to serve as a
site for a station and yards, with the
provision that it is not to be sold for
town lots for 20 years. The place will
be named Burgess, in honor of County
Judge Henry E. Burgess of Mercer.
Sell I.otn at Auction.
The site of the town will be platted
and the lots sold at auction. Already
parties have spoken for sites for an
elevator, lumber yard, and other busi
ness establishments. The Southern
will erect a loading elevator to handle
grain until the elevator is built. A
chute for loading stock is already in
The promoters are confident a town
of several hundred inhabitants will
rise on the site in a few years.
Auto Contest Proves Exciting.
The auto contest now on at the
Young & McCombs' cooperative store
of Rock Island is arousing great in
terest among the friends of the con
testants. The last week has proven
especially exciting as the trade has
been extraordinary heavy on account
of the July clearing sale. This sale
has proven very beneficial, not only
to the purchasers but to contestants
Martraret Tiemey, Bills Floral Co. 1,791
Mrs. I. W. Cunningham. Kimball.. 1,769
Margaret Wallace, S06w W. 3rd St 1.617
Irene Ochs. 14 WullinR court 1.503
Florence Booth, 1064 Arlington Av 1,336
Hattie Garner. 1538 Prairie Ave.. 1.319
Lillian Lamb, 720 Le Claire St... 1,216
Sophia Weiss. 724 W. 17th St 1.1S7
Esther Russell, 213 E. 9th St 1,141
Marie Sweet. 515 Kirkwood Blvd.: 1.020
Anna Mollov, 17144 Marquette St. . 1.010
Kathertne Priscoll, 1744 Park Ave l.'HO
Myrtle Frank. 921 E. Henry St l.olo
Elsie King, 1117 Scott St 1,001
District No. 5. All Illinois
Margaret Carnaghan, Milas 22.741
Mrs Owen C Hays, Sherrard 21.42S
Mary Schreiver, Reynolds 19,219
Marguerite Schafer, Port Byron. .. 13,182
Myra Wilson, Coal Valley 12,567
Emma Kuehl, Milan 12,465
Edih Davis, Milan 12.296
Hazel Say re. Orion 826
Hattie Carothers. Taylor Ridge... 8.129
Palsy Simmons, Milan 7.74 1
Nettie Wake. Port Byron 7.521
Pearl Wait. Revnolds . 5.876
Ruth Skelton, Port Byron 5.693
Mrs. p. L. Parmenter, Edgington.. 5.4'iO
Flossie Scarr. Milan 5,007
Mrs Regina Johnson, Milan 4.379
Maria Simpson, Edgington 4.262
Nellie lyauderbaugh. Geneseo .... 3.S53
Amy Titterington. Reynolds 3.764
Mrs. J. B. Joseph. Sears 3.706
Mayme Mungerson, Taylor Ridge. 3,671
Alpha Cole, Andalusia 3.494
Pollie Brandt. Port Byron 3,424
Millie Frost, Orion 3.261
Ruth Moffltt. Milan 3,225
Winnie Wilson. R. R 3.i64
Josephine Wilhouse, Milan. R. R. . 2.784
Nettie Engdahl. Port Byron 2.763
Hazel McConnell. Hillsdale 2.745
Gertrude Bedford, Milan 2.682
Gertrude Dusenberry, Orion 2.669
Laura Lawson, Sunny Hill 2.624
Jennie Schaiblc. Port Byron 2.615
Eva Parnell, Orion 2.573
Grace Hoover, Andalusia 2.561
Pauline Johnson, Andover 2.537
Lisset EInfeldt, Watertown 2,479
Florence Johnson, Sherrard 2.299
Marv Moodv, Port Byron 2.369
Flossie Scott. Coal Valley 2.271
Gertrude Mader. Reynolds 2.261
Minie Lundln. Orio 2.251
Mayme O eLary, Orion 1.913
Hilda Samuelson. Orion 1.62
Bertha McMeekln, Sunny Hill 1.673
Mrs. Wm. Wenks. Elgington 1,632
Miss Cornwall. Briar Bluft 1.627
Grace Washburn. Orion 1.591
Agnes Rode, Sherrard 1.58S
Marv Fitzpatrick. Milan 1.476
Clara PPerrick. Milan 1.473
Julia Malette. Reynolds 1.453
Anna Broberg. Andover 1,450
Ivy Wilson. Milan 1.434
Judith Anderson. Port Byron .... 1.416
Hilda Larson, Lynn 1.410
Olga Anderson, Lynn 1.369
Mvrtle Simpson. Viola 1.360
Mrs. W. P. Vincent. Warner 1.353
Georgia Bennett. Osco 1,327
Delia Couch, Carbon Cliff 1.325
Lydia Bodeen, Lynn 1.323
Minnie Lindquist. Milan 1.30S
Minnie Gustafson. Orion 1,307
Marie Milestead, Milan 1,279
Gladys Klnkaid, Briar Bluff 1.275
Goldie McDonald. Milan, R. R 1.26S
Bertha McConnell. Hillsdale 1.249
Mrs. Arthur Miller. Warner 1,233
Nellie Stewart. Warner 1.226
Grace Sldlinger. Port Byron 1,211
Hilma Engdahl, Port Byjron 1,155
Edith M. Neville, Osco 1.123
Minnie Wilson. Moline, R. R 1.115
E. M. Linn. Milan 1.100
Margaret E. Allen. Colona 1.082
Nellie Peterson. Geneseo 1,035
Anna Armstrong, Milan 1,022
NOTE. We have dropped the names
of all candidates who have not received
more than the 1.000 votes. Should any
of these people wish to have their name
placed back in the list, and have votes
they wish to cast for themselves, we
wili be glad to do so. Just notify the
as well. The girls realize that theyj
are now starting on the home stretch
of the race. They just have about !
one month left to secure the auto-
mobile and they are certainly set-:
tling down to good hard work. The
contest department is being kept busy
by interested friends inquiring as to
how there favorite stands. District
No. 1, which is the city of Rock Is
land, is experiencing the closest race
of its history. Each week finds a
different leader from the week before.
Miss Hattie Sosna, who was second
last week is lirst this week with
129,94 1 votes. Miss Fay Hough, who
was first last week is second this
week with 123,076 votes. Miss Stel
la Gibson still maintains third place
with 114,247 votes. Marie Wil
liams has jumped to fourth place
with 7S.536. In district No. 2, which
is the city of Moline, Miss Rose Eric
son is still holding down lirst place
with 33,999 votes, with .Miss Irene
Woodyatt second with 15,825 votes.
District No. 3, the city of Daven
port, is headed by Miss Anna Ehi
ridge with 15.19G, with Miss Norm:'.
Bischoff second with 10,503 votc t. .
In district No. 5, hich includes all
the Rock Island county territory, j
Miss Margaret Carnaghan of Milan
leads with 22,751 votes, while Miss
Owen C. Hayes of Sherrard is a close
second with 21.42S. Miss Schriver
of Reynolds is third with 19,219
votes. A complete list of the stand
ing of all contestants is posted around
the store. This count is up to Wed
nesday noon, July 13.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of education of school district
60 in Mercer county, Illinois, will
receive sealed bids for the erection
of a new school building on block
105 in the city of Aledo, 111., until
2 o'clock p. m., cn Friday, July 29.
1910, at which time the said bids
will be publicly opened at the of
fice of W. J. Graham, Aledo, 111.
I 1 5
iiijmmn i jhiui fmvfmy uj. -UJ! J1J
These bids must be for a building ; tlon tnat W!U enable inm to locate his
in accordance with the plans andwiie-
specifications, copies of which will I
be found at the office of W. J. Gra
ham, Aledo. 111., and also at the of
fice of J. Grant Beadle,
Bids should be enclosed in an en- accident to the machinery of the stcam
velope, sealed and directed to th.- sec-i pr mi;iri!i:. the ey-nirsion which was
retary board of education, Aledo, 111.,
and marked on the exterior of the
envelope to plainly indicate the con -
tents of the same.
Each bidder must also hand to the
secretary or the president of satd
Ili.cllU Ul. VUULdUUH Ut'lUIW ine JMIIir
appointed for the opening of the bids
a certified check for 5 per cent of
the amount of his bid, said certifi
cate checks to be returned after con
tract has been entered into.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to give bond' with approved
sureties in the amount of 50 per cent
of contract price.
Payments on the contract will be
made on architect's estimates as the
building is being constructed.
The board of education reserves
the right to refuse any and all bids.
Dated at Aledo, 111., this 11th day
of July, A. I)., 1010.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SCHOOL
DISTRICT GO IN MERCER COUN
Notice of Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Black Hawk Homestead Building, Loan
& Savings association will he held at
the secretary's offie, suite 210 People's
National bank building, Rock Island.
111., on Tuesday e'vening, July 19, 1910,
at the hour of S o'clock, at which meet
ing four directors will be elected for a
period of three years, and a proposi
tion to amend. the by-laws to be pre
sented at the same time.
(Signed) E. D. SWEENEY,
(Signed) T. J. ME DILL,
Soreness of the muscles, whether
induced by violent exercise or in
Jury, is quickly relieved by the free
application of Chamberlain's Lini
ment. This liniment is equally val
uable for muscular rheumatism and
always affords quick relief. Sold by
all ' druggists.
ALL TRIMMED MATS
S6.GO flats for only $1.50
57.00 Hats for only $2.50
'$900 -Hats for only $3.50
S1S.OO Hats for only SS.OO
As this is the sale so many ladies of the tri-cities have been waiting for, we
would advise you to come at your first opportunity and get One or more of the
unequaled bargains we are now offering.
The end of the season is close at hand and we take this means of clearing out
for our fall merchandise some of which is already here.
Untrimrned shapes 25c
Flowers & Fancies off
Rock Island Woman
6A K 1
Nicholas Achbacher, 2S21 Eighth
avtnue. Rock Inland, has sought the
assistance of the police in an effort to
locate his wife, Margaret Achbacher.
who left home June IS, declaring that
she intended to go to Moline to secure
h juseworl: with some private family.
S nee that time Mr. Achbacher has
! ii-'aru nothing Horn her. lie has grown
j apprehensive for her safety, as in the
Ir.ct few years she has shown evi
dences of mental depression.
Domestic trouble, says Mr. Ach-
brcher. dot's not piny any part in his
j wife's determination to seek work out
I sii'e hor own hopie. She has two hil
rdrer, of whom she is passionately fond.
; V'l'cn these periods of mental de.ires
i sior. have seized her heretofore she
; bus left home, but never for any
j lcrgth of lime. Mr. Achbacher is will-
'ng to pay a reward for any informa-
I Muscatine, July 15. Because of an
to liavp bren )lo(J herc hy tho st Mat.
j thtas l!Kiu, ri:ll cul llot take place,
Early hi the mornin;,' the men were
, abont to 1)lmv out lno niud ,inml) v, ilcn
' nckI vav aild it waa noc.
j ossary tfi s;hn, ofT F(f,.,m a!id aow the
boilers to cool down before the repairs
necessary could be made. This of
course meant that a delay of several j
hours would be necers.iry in smarting
the up-river trip to Davenport, and for
thai reason the voyage was called off.
A fine four-seated automobile
truck has been purchased by W. B.
Hall of this city and will be used
to take visitors on sight-seeing trips
around the three cities and to Rock
Marquette Cement Mfg. Co.
La Salle. III.
Chicago Offices Marquette Bldg.
Handled by all representa
S.OO Hats for only
RELATIVES ARE NOT
Roger Justie, Killed by Train, Is In
terred at the Expense of tTte
Roger Justie, the stranger who died
; of injuries received in being Btruck
; ty a Rock Island passenger train at
! tears last Sunday night, was buried
i yes'erday afternoon in Chippiannock
j cemetery at the expense of the county.
1 Tl e body was held in the hope of lo
, eating relatives of. the unfortunate.
, The authorities in an Arkansas town
i i'sked for a description, but it was
; returned with the explanation that
Justie was not the party he was sup-
posed there to be.
WOT A CANDIDATE
FOR SEAT IN CONGRESS
Hon. K. XV. Hurst Iisoussed for Dem
ocratic Nomination Is Not an
Discussing democratic politics in the
Fourteenth congressional district, the
Monmouth Review, after mentioning
Mayor Andrew Olson of Moline, Hon.
Thomas Marshall of Keithsburg ar.d
State St-nator Gibson of Carthage as
possible candidates- for the democratic
"Among the democrats there seems
to be a united sentiment favoring Hon.
Elmer Hurst of Rock Island. Mr.
Hurst is one of Rock Island's brilliant
legal lights. He achieved much recog
nition at the time of the judicial con
vention in this ciiy to name a candi
date for the state supreme court to
succeed the late Justice Guy Scott of
Aledo. Mr. Hurst placed the name of
Hon. George A. Cooke in nomination
in as fine a speech as has been heard
here for some moons."
Mr. Hurst, however, is not a candi
date. He has said so. repeatedly, and
when shown the Monmouth Review ref-
Children's handkerchiefs, with borders of blue and pink,
Special kitchen crash, only per yard 7V2C
Regular 25c and 35c dress goods of mercerized lawn, silk
mull and silk ginghams, to be cleared out at, yard . 5c
Remnants of same materials to be cleared out at below
Children's Buster Brown belts of chantecler style,
Ladies' fancy black and red patent leather belts,
were 69 c, yours for 49 q
A large assortment of ladies' Dutch collars
and jabots 75c, 50c, 25c and 15c
Bone braid hair pins, each 5c
Barbers' and bartenders' coats, a special and
real bargain at 50c
In Our Grocery Dept.
Sugar, 19 pounds for $1.00
Fresh eggs, per dozen 20c
Fancy creamery butter, per pound 30c
Pure lard, per pound MV2C
Breakfast bacon, per pound 25c
Try a sack of White Rose Flour $1.49
Headquarters for fruits and vegetables.
Horblit's Department Store-
1615-1617 Second Ave.
10 FREE STAMPS 10
Present this coupon when mak
ing purchase of $1.00 or over and
receive 10 extra S. & H. Stamps.
erence to him this morning, he said;
"No, I am not a candidate. I appro,
elate the very kind mention the R
view has made of me, but I am poet
tively not a candidate for any office. "
Simonson Reelected President.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the TrI-Cities & Northeast
em Interurban Railway company, held
at Port Byron, the following officer!
and directors were reelected:
President J. W. Simonson, Port
Vice President W. H. A6hdowr
Secretary George W. Turner, Hamp
Treasurer C. E. Peck, Albany.
Directors The four officers and V
M. Mitchell, Rapids City. Ed Cool, Cor
dova; John W. Crowley, Davenport.
Thirty-five of the stockholders at
tended the meeting.
F. W. Moller s
Fourteenth St. and Fifth Ave.
per bushel $2.00
Pineapples, good sized,
per dozen $1.00
Eggs, per dozen ,20c
Choice Elgin creamery butter,
per pound 35c
Fancy patent flour