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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. 1912.
SEEK A LOCATION
Home and Possessions Wiped
Out by Spring Ravages of
Jeanne to the conclusion that he was
suffering an attack of paralysis. The
i examination was made at the instance
jof the sheriff and state's attorney,
j The physicians say that Reiters
' right limb and ripht arm are affected.
I the arm more so than the limb. They
de-dare the attack will not be of long
duration and he will probably recover
ON ROAD FOUR MONTHS
fc-k IO lu-tnere Iot Fortune -tAln
KmHoymml in Rock
Bay a home of Reidy Eros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz. i
Try the Rork Inland house cafe
! Kerler Rug company for vacuum ;
Driven from home and the savings j cleaning and rug mak'.flg.
of a lifetime washed awav hv the' Coolest place In the city to eat 1
flood !n Mlnso-irl. John Oaks of Cotton- , Ko'k 1 bus f-
Point, y,', . Br comanied by his ; Kork Island house cafe is open
,, , , , re s. etc. Remember the place, Uul 1
wife, fo hma!! tiuh, ( t.arle -s. ac-d
, , . ,: . . ., , ' Second avenue.
Hen. hK-l .and Ins Sirother IV ib. ar
rived in the .!tv this mornine afer a Baker, laundry calls for your
four month.-' trip or. the road. They laundry and. use. the most sanitary.
re looking for a location, where t! ev from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. :
fan ret a fresh Mart and heein lif" H. T. Siemon wants your tin and:
anew. Tr wan U,.:r plan to lKa' ' furnace work; Fourth ave-
orn- place. :n low ri . I.n: th- two ne n Hue.
I.ave s-rur'-d eRip(.yi:i-i.t at the Atl-it: j Lawn mowers sharpened and re-,
on brlrk ard on Tw. '.Mi sr-'t and paired at Fiebig's, 1619 Third ave- j
will remain in the ci'y with hopes of nue. . j
retrieving their loft fortune. 0ur B t fit 123 is the heat
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's I
Sols. . j
Genuine Philadelphlan lawnmowers '
Who Love Bargains
C-B A'a Spinte $1.00 and $1.25 corsets, both
lines to make full assortment of sizes, Thurs
day and balance of week if they last, pick
either for GTC
C-B A la Spinte $2.0 corsets at Sl-29
THE FAMOUS P. N. $1.50 corsets, three days.
special for 1-00
THE CELEBRATF.D $3.50 KABO corsets.
three days for $2.19. only S2 19
THE FASHIONABLE REDFERN h .00 corsets.
Thursday and balance of week take off a quar
ter and buy them at $3.75. only S3-75
ROCK 1 5 LAND. ILL.
In This Month of Marriages
you'll probably have use for a store like this there Is first the weddins
outfit with all its accessories, then come the home with its furnishings
the kitchen and psntry. the dining room, the library, the living room ana
parlor the bed rooms, hall and porcri ye. indeed, the porch come and
see all the home comfort, and luxuries for the porch displayed here, and
the service of this store is just what you need most in the early days ot
housekeeping and heme-making
You'll find us yojr preatest helper, always willing, always ready and
knowing just your wants. The service of this store has not been built up
In a few months or a few years. It s been more tkau 40 years acquiring
this splendid organization for your convenience, your comfort and your
economy. Vere here to serve you.
Some Big Savings
In the wall paper and picture
FOR INSTANCE THESE?
DARK GREEN and Kilt stripe,
wail papvr. the l."c kind, a roll
IMPORTED "'1 iich papers
blue, red and pink, a u'.l
n green, yard 23c
GREEN AND ELUE, one-inch
was "c a foot
SEPIA COLOR ';i-nl
ble mat, xl? siass.
I'aprs. brown frame, mar
usually 73c, each... 39"
A Sale of Women's Suits
Our suit buyer says we have too many fine suits on hand and there
la only one thing to do, sell 'em pay no attention to former prices but
put prires on them that will sell 'em quick; so we offer these two re.
rrarkable groups of women's fine suits at prices that are but a fraction
of actual values.
Several years sio John Oaks set
tied at Cot tonwonri I'oint. r,enr the i
Missouri R ver. and obtained a pi'-ce of
lowland for practically a sor.e. He
worked hard, harvested his crop ar.d
built a little home which, although
plain and humble, wan cry dear to
tilm. as it repre-nt-d days and das
if toil and effort.
a i.i. i,orio f.on.
He had Kaved enoueh to buy several
for sale at Charies Fiebig, 1C1S Third ,
Six per cent farm mortgage.. Lit- j
tf-n &. Roberts, People's National bank j
Milan artesian water, approved by'
city and state, delivered daily. I
hend of li 'ork atid had a neat little 'one "est n.o.
mm in the balk. !i xpected to ! C. A. Speidel's
make thih year the- i-st of anv, and store of quality.
drug store, the
Qality in drug.
with thiB end in view sank his entire counts for everything.
ravings in'o implements, f-eed and
horse., hoping to be far ahead of thf
fame aftT the- fall hariept. He had
Just panted bin mm and started c'll
tiia'iriir. when the M lssouri overflowed
i's hanks and carried awav everything
before if Many of his neii-hbors were
drowned and although his entire fam
ily was saved, the house, barn, imple
ment and v. rytbing whih Oaks had
toiled for were curried away, with the
exception of fie horseh.
Not discouraged, he determined to
ret n fresh start, and serurinc a camp
er's WHiron, started onr to drive a (IN
tati. of maty hundred miles to hi.
Iiew home AI'hoiiKh felil;t; Ms inis
ffrturies deeply, (;,! s r f ll j.pti
mistlc, a;id stated this inorninu that
If he retains Jii Jiealtb he will K'H'n
be on his feet apain.
MURDERER REITER IS
A PARALYSIS VICTIM;
What officer, nt the county jail I
thnught was Huikiness in I.o iis Iieiier. !
the metal worker who ki!iei Mrs. Hat
tie Ptiidpx nt Vii t'lnia H. in h oi:e week
hy,n. has proved to be paralysis. '
liver inie R. iter w taken to the
Jail and pluced 1u the women's de
partment under ir.cdnal tteatmeiit for
the Wouml he ll.Il.ele I on his Ile k
himself in bis n'nr' to ml his life,
he ha. remained uppateiitly In a scmi
cotibcious condition. He has refused
to talk or get up off bis rot. Keiter's '
Jailers i re of the h lit f that the man
was sullen and s ill- y.
The pr"tier was examined yes'er
t!ay itfteriioun by 1 r. leorge Mirbell.
I'tiid nf the I'eor.a satotarium, and
J r. K. K Nvtiniii, county phsii'!ac.
After the phvsinans had made a thor
ough examii a' .on of tb.. pa!ien'. th.ev
At $16.75 led from
mixtures. whipcords. serges,
shepherd checks and homespuns
in latest models, satin-lined,
semi fitted coats w;tn buttons,
collars and cuffs of contrasting
colors, many styles, values to
porters' models of Hedfora
cords, two-toned whipcords,
men's wear serge, etc., trim
mings of macrame lare, ratine,
ball and crystal buttons, suits
that we have been selling as
high as $45.00.
Lingerie and Silk Dresses
Special at $11.75
At this pjire you will find silk foulards in figures, stripes and bordered
effects, handsome striped voiles, satin messaline3 and soft taffetas, hoth
plain and changeable. Lingerie dresses of marquisettes and other sheer
fuhHcK rnoierf from imnorteri models many with dainty yokes with
shadow and macreme laces, positive
values. $14 7". to $19. .Vi. for
Fine taffeta silk petticoats m black, plain colors and changeables.
petticoats of mescaline in all the desirable suit and evening
shades, all with plaited flounces and attached, Jl (fQ
gathered ruffles, ?.'.: values for pX
Try the business men's lunch at the
Rock Island house cafe, 2 3 cents.
Served from 31 : 30 to 2.
P. J. Iee sells wall paper, paints, '
oils, glass, brushes, etc. at the right i
prices. 1 03 Third avenue. j
I Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island !
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coaL ;
Strecker & Lewis, wholesale and re- '
tall agents for Sanitas the washable
wall covering for kitchens and bath- ;
' Sterling Clothing company, H. Ru-
ben, proprietor, is making the low-,
est price on clothing and shoes ever '
Sewng machines repaired and war-
, ranted for one year. Kupplies for all
j mai hines. Klebig, locksmith, lGl'J
Ward & Mc-Mahon will give you
; estimates on your piumoing. steam I fa wag ggrgrwgrRrzarmyra ttxn-z
; ana uui wuier ueawug iubi win .ave
! A fire proof safe In the house or store
lis a nee esnii y. We have them from
$!2 up. fletdg, lockkinuih, 1019
, Third avenue.
Lerch & Greve, wall paper and !
ruint store, will help you select any.
Ctaiming New Hats
Every week the change, are
so marked that a woman must
needs be sure she knows her
Hats which were quite cor
rect earlier may tie entirely
neglected, as the newer styles
appear from week to week.
Many new outing hats ot
Ratine. Linen, Duck, Cords, em
broidered or plain, some hand
some two-toned effects among
them, the new summer felts in
white, tan, blue, pink, chamois
and melon .hade..
Then there are the new white
straws, chips and hemp shapes,
which are dreams of fashions
Then we mention the new
trimmings. Feathers, Pompoms,
Aigrette. Wings, "Stick-ups."
and Droops, Feather bands and
side trims, novelties of rarest
beauty something different
every woman wants something
different she naturally tires of
the early selections and she de
mands the newest and latest.
Women's 2-Strap Pumps $1.98
Thursday's shoe offering of pun metal and patont. 2-strap pumps in com
plete range of sizes and C. D, E, widths. The material and finish equal
to most $2.00 lines, Thursday J1 QQ
For the Porch
3reen fibre rockers, $15 to.93.50
Green fibre tables, $9.90 to.g?G-25
Green fibre swings ijSS-00
Green fibre tea wagons. .$12 50
Yod swings, $15.50, $7.75 to
Wood swings, $10.50, $7.75
to S4 50
Settees. $6.95, $4.75 to SI OO
Hed hammocks, $13.00, $15.00
Wood rockers, $6.75, $4.95
to S3 25
Tapestry covered rockers. $25.00
Timely Savings In Trunks,
Bags and Suit Cases
Again Thursday we offer wonderful values in traveli
best makes known.
MORE OF THOSE 12.00 mature
and Karatol suit cases
BETTER GRADE MATTING
cases, special values at
$3.00. $2.50 and
$7.25 Boarded side
$6.75 Boarded side
r I f i G suit
CANE SUIT CASES, extraordinary
val.ies at $7.00 $6.00 Q 4 tL(
EXTRA VALUES in cowhide suit
riu-es at $7.00, J6.00, t ( Cf
$6.50 nd $D.JJ
$11.00 Seal nout special 80
$16. CO Walrus bags.
Small, medium and large trunks in all shapes and grades at a much
lower figure than you would ordlnurily pay.
Great good luck brinfs us two lots of pure
linen crash toweling much below value.
They'd be cheap at 12'. jc and 14c the yard, we bought them so we.
have enough to sell Thursday and balance of this
week, what you want at the ard S' ?c and lie
Purest flax and you'll want to buy either Thursday. Friday or Sat
urday and you'll save just 3c
a yard, a yard 9' '2c and
A Beautiful Assorted Line of the Cel
ebrated Patterson Hammocks
This line consists of hammocks of all descriptions and prices. PeauM
ful porch and house hammocks, as well as a large selection suitable for
picnics and camping purposes. Prices range from 7
$7.50 to $6.50, and $5.00, $4.00, $3.50, $2.50 and OC
Wash Dresses, Special, $4.95
Women's. Misses' and Children's dresses of gint;hanis. percales, tissue.
reps, Irish linen, etc., in all colors, up-to-the-minute styles, including
coat and Norfolk dresses.
Values to $S.73, at
ot the iyi2 designs in wall paper for
your home. 2um2 Fourth avenue.
Bartlett Bros.' teas coffee, spices,
extracts ana iai.ir.g powders have no
equal. One thousand people are or
dering from us daily. Follow the Twentieth
a f ull line of cigars, tobacco, pool, j having a good trade in pianos and I ments. Pianos that have tone, har
methods w ith modern machinery, ! talking mac hines. Free entertain-' mony and durability. The best that
making your c lothes pure and sweet j ment at our store. Come and hear j money w ill produce is to be found in
and w hite as snow. i some of the selec tions that are new. Bowlby's pianos and talking iuu-
Here are some of the prices: Fin-j The "arptuter Coal roiupany has chines,
ishod plate rails, l'i cents per foot; mi- j supplied hundreds of Hock Island! W. C. Hubbe, wall paper and paint
finished plate rails, 7 cents per foot; fa mil ie3 with best grades of hard and store, ltili! Fourth avenue, baa painl
ro' m mouldings, li j cents per foo'. ;sol't coal that give excellent sutisfac-: ed and papered the largest number
P. J. Ie, 12":; Third avenue. jtion. Thai is the kind they bell at jot bouses lu Hock Island and every
Dunsmore and O'Connell smoke i times- pel sou will recommend his work aud
house atid billiard oarlors. corner of I Mueller Lumber company will en-; luaienala. tveiy job lully fcuarau-
ave- 'able you to build a fine House or nam
LEADER IS HER
street ana Fourtn
nue. Kvery brand of good cigars and
all kinds of smokers' supplies.
1 Horst & Stneter company, auto
garage, the finest in Hock Island.
Their Moline car is the acme of auto
i perfection. A ride in this car will
I crow d.
Try the City Steam Ioundry, Reid
' ii liolluiaii, fur first-class laundry
work. Have the new v l!ow automobile
call for yours. We guarantee no
'cracked toliars or cuffs.
Kalph Stanton will be glad to see convince you it is the car to buy.
j ou at the Club smoker, where he has 1 The Cable music house has been I
i? The Breakfast Call
out of the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleas
ed to learu the low prices they are
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please and satisfy your
wants in reliable up-to-date foot
wear, giving you solid comfort and
long wear. Von will tell your
Simmons & White, new and second
hand stores, two big biores. The
largest In the state. Their great
(daughter sale will commence in a
lew duu. Ooodo will be sold ut uu
heard of prices. Everything goes.
U' 17-10 111 Second avenue.
Visits Orphanages of Tri-Cities
and Expresses Appreciation
IS A SUFFRAGE BELIEVER
Glasses in time save sight. Neglect
to have them properly examined may
I cause a lifetime of sorrow and regret.
ouciueia uuuutuus luu,i,"uJ "' Small disorder, grow more seriouB I .. ,
FIM '.Ci'l TuAlfth .ir,t Tli in nnHr. ' - . .. .. .CdliaCia
ou.-uvu t, cnu. oi : i. mm am j i cvry uay. mere is sausiacllou in
is equipped with the very latest mod-' -.novclng for eure that your eyes are
ern machinery, turning cut work that ; a; rjni,,. Kred Bleuer. the expert
However, Mrs. Allan of ,uai rj kmivve,
lliughani I errac c, Douch e, I-.
.Not of lleiligcic nl 'lype.
100 PAIRS OF SHOES
is not surpassed by any laundry in i optician, can tell you
T. S. O'llara, Hour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stock aud
j poultry food. Dr. 1 leas' slock food
i for horses, cattle, bogs, bheep and
jail kinds of poultry. It makes the
' hens lay every day.
Kaiu aud Keiunaidt ciar store still
takes the lead. Most liDciaily patron
ized. Everything in tobacc os, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never i
tetter satisfied than when smoking
their f fioi'e brands. j
Phil. S. Wile her, the leading tin!
Traveling through the Iioniiuion of
and the I'nited States in
search of knowledge rcgaiditm the
care of orphan ami dependent children
in homes, Mrs. Allan, suffragef leader
and c harity worker of Quarrv knovvc,
Bingham Terrace. I'undee, Scotland, is
visiting the various homes for childie-n
in the- tii cities. In compaiiv with
Mrs. Marcarc t Schroeder, lc,k Island
police matron, Mrs. Allan visited th
orplwinagc) in Davenport, the polic-i
stations wherein are kept the child
offenders of the law and other charita
ble institutions. This morning Mrs.
Allan visited llelhatiy Home and later
we nt to Moline. She Is to leave to
morrow to ge to Virginia. Mrs. Allan
w i'l rail for home July :!.
is Mir r.i:i.i.i.i:itKT Tvrr..
Her travels in the western hemis
phere, have extended over several
thousand miles and many Institution.
have been visited. Mrs. Allan, in
speaking of the local conditions .ex
pressed surprise at 111' ir edliciency and
said l bat. many of the things she ha.i
Ke n here will be embodied In her re
luct to he r home people. De spite her
atliliation wiili the .suffra-'ets, Mrs.
Allan is not of the ln-ililie r- lit type- ' f
Ucmcnatid those with whom she caicei
in contac t he re oxpicsscd their ph-a i
iire in mec'lng Iht.
has a new interest when the cereal is to be
and sheet metal worker. It will pay
you to learn about tne Weir furnace.
I, has the reputation of giving you
the greatest heat and consume.
about one-half lesd coal. I
E. E. Lamp, plumbiug, steam and!
: hot water healing, gas fitting. Ilia
! efficient knowledge of the business:
j justly entitles him to your patronage, j
I His shop has all modern equipments,
j Everything in plumbing supplies. !
Math's bakery and confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-citie. j
j Lread, cakes, pies, cookies and Lot,
roll? They can't be beat. Most
people say they are superior to any
heme baking. Let them serve you.
W. L. Gacsert . candy factory, .
Rock Island's most important Indus- '
try. Chocolates, creams and cara-
Worlli .,W..'t to :.50 a Pair for Only
l.oi a Pair.
Thursday we will place on sale an
other lot of 1 UU pairs of ladies' $.'..'. U
to $ ;..'.o shoe s and oxfoids lor l.m
Just think, ladies, you have hero
aa oppc.rt unity to buy Iwn or three
i-airs at the price of one pair. Iion't
tail lo share in tins wnjiderfiil I.ciiii
s ilo. Sin h a chalice may not occur
auaiii No lady who Is anxious to
face a dollar or two can afford to
miss this oppor.'inity of getting a
2.i'i to :i.f.n shoe for U.ug.
PKIESTEH-liK KEY SHOE CO.,
Harper House block.
Lame shoulder Is almost Invariably
caus'-d by rheumatism of the muscb-a
and yield: iiuickly to the fiec applica
tion ol t 'hatnherlain's Liniment. This
iuiine nt. is not only prompt and ef
fectual, hut in no way disagreeable to
U;.e. Sold by all druggists.
This new table delight is a unique blend of selected parts of wheat, corn and rice.
It is easily prepared boil same as porridge and serve hot with sugar and cream.
For a variation and some dates.
Notice is hereby given that an elec- j
tion will be held on Tuesday, the
2.-tu day of June, A. 1)., 1SH2, In the
city of Hock Island, 111., for the pur-;
pose of electing ona mem Lor of the
board of education of Hoc k Island
school district. i
The pc.r.n.g place for said election
will be at Noriuoyle's livery barn,:
1912 Third avenue, from o'clock,
a. in-, until 7 o'cloe k p. la. I
The judges ar. i clerk, of election
55llW 'yiV Ijr-P ! fl
f.,..i,,K. unA rr..r. f.n i r es Id i f. g i n t i.e E i z In h p re i n t w 1 1 1
Gansert s and get the purest and beat. :
Ttt Hock Island Lumber and Man- i
Lfacturing company, lumber and
be the judge and iierks fur this elec
tion. I 'atod at Hock Island. 111., June 1".
1912. 11. L tfCHKIVEK,
Post Tavern Special is deliciously smooth and creamy,
full of nourishment and
Sold by grocers in 15c packages
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure Food Factories, Battle Creek, Michigan.
building n.aterial for all purposes, j
houses, barns, granaries. We will ,
jgive you an opportuLity to save a bis j t cured me," or "U sared the tif
I per cent. Let us be of service to 0f my child," are the expressions you
i 'ou- i hear every day about Chamberlain's
I M. R. Igktart marble ati granite Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
works save you the cidditmaz's This is true the world over where
profits. From 15 to 15 per cent saved this valuable remedy has been intro
I on every nionua;ent and all kinds of di.ctd. No other medicine la use for
monumental work. Call at our shop diarrhoea or bowel complaints has re
on Second avenue at.d see for your-jteived such general approval. The 6e
stlf. I tret of the success of Chamberlain's
Uow iby's iUeTC store for hi,h : "e:ic, i'h'-lera and Diarrhoea Remedy
uaici uanoa icd iub,ca1 i&stru-iu lb a", it curs. Sold by all drui;.oU.
Our New Perfection Broiler
Is pleasing many women. It enables the housewife to broil
as well on the New Perfection Stove as over a coal fire.
It uses all the heat.
It coois evenly.
It broils both sides at once.
It doesn't smoke.
And of courte you re (asiiliv with the
ll is lu.h a convenience !1 trie yeaf
rojtA. it will Llte. Lrml, roait mad tout
Atk lo tr 'w PrrW.tii Star 4t your
Or:, i; m fintied m Ltkel, v.uh
1. 2 m 3 tnfrf. free Coo -book wKb
rv-f y n-.v:. Ox.k rk a ffrvs to tayuM
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
1 Aa ircilaxiA Corpcrataoai