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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, X912.
fB CHORDS AND DISCORDS EB
The Valley Clarion
BY J. M. C.
HE OUGHT TO KNOW.
HOT ON TRAIL.
Marshal Talbot has been put-
ticn as a delegate to a proposed f1 of Edward Peitcher on his farm
.. , ... r i three miles west of town.
national convention. As the II-
linois society is yet in its in-. barntm dvas right.
fancy it was ordered that those, (Sheffield Times.)
. . , - A smooth Individual arrived In this
Nate Gingles, for 40 years senting the state organization be an agent for a large "vinegar" firm,
one of our leadin? merchants. at the first national gathering ; and made it his business to solicit a
3 . J . ttvv intrmber of orders, not less than a gal-
end who recently passecfpay their own expenses. Wheth-,on be,n5 sod to each lndlTldua, at $1
through bankruptcy proceed-! er Mr. Duncan will attend or;Per. The aforesaid agent also carried
inzs, will address a meeting of not he will decide after the loca-i sample bottle of the vinegar in his
. . . . i .. , .. .. , , hip pocket, and gave each prospective
young people on next Sabbath, tion of the meeting has been buyer a 8ample one wh0 took a
afternoon. His subject Will be (determined. drink from the bottle pronounced it the
"nnnoottr th. Rnr Parl tn! best whisky they ever tasted, and fell
J ! m for The hait nr nnrc rhirln? hia nhort
Eusiness Success." - wtw nAu.mi,B.. i
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Frisbee, 'for vinegar. Later on, when the small
Who were married just as we Packages began to arrive by express,
. , , , 1 it was found that each person got what
went to press last weeK, nave he orderedv
tmg in his best licks trying to : returned after a pleasant honey-1
break up the gambling epidem-1 n;oon spent with her relatives in A "et candidate.
in that threatens to rent the so- j Ohio. For the present, at least, a. JS-,,
cial fabric of our otherwise ; the happy couple will reside at of a Hull county candidate who favor
peaceful village. In pursuit of the home of the bride's father, ed a ,ate primary. From this time on
, ti W VQ ,A fr.m . he says he will always be in favor of
" " 4i.vwi.vv ; cue oi our uiusi a utveaoi ui
of our best citizens, he shadow- j farmers. Mr. Frisbee, who ha3
td one of our leading stores jiuade an enviable record a3 a
Tuesday night. There was a ; barrister in our village, recently
li?ht in a room at the rear of ' has become interested in agri
the building, whence laughing, culture, and may determine
voices emanated. The marshal! permanently to apply his efforts
tf ok a position beneath a win-(in that direction. As
clow, and there were noise3 that; pr00f 0f his new plans, we
created a belief in his mind that j notice there is a for rent sign on
finally he had discovered the hell the groom's old office above the
hole. Lone-handed, the marshal. blacksmith shop.
rapped at the back door, de-j
manding that he be admitted.; ANOTHER FLOPS.
He was accommodated, but was, Newt Plummer, who until
agreeably disappointed to find,now has steadfastly refrained
four of our most respected citi- from divulging his presidential
zens gathered at a table talking, choice, announces he will vote
politics, smoking and absorbing for ROOSevelt. Newt has dis
cider. As it was past midnight, j cr.Vered that Roosevelt's wound
the party broke up after the U, identical to the one he re-
Farmers to Hear Unusually In
teresting Program for Agriculturists.
i an early primary, although he will nev
er be a candidate again. Here is the
way he put it 'down:
Lost 4 months and 33 days canvass
ing; 1,349 houTS thinking about the
election; 5 acres of cotton; 23 acres of
corn; a whole sweet potato crop; 4
sheep; 5 shoats, and 1 beef given toi
barbecues ; 2 front teeth and a consld-
f urther i erable quantity of hair in a personal
skirmish. Gave 97 plugs of tobacco, 7
Sunday school books, 2 pair suspend
ers, 4 calico dresses, 7 dolls, and 13
"Told 2,889 lies, shook hands 33,475
times, talked enough to have made in
print 1,000 large volumes size of pat
ent office reports, kissed 126 babies,
kindled 14 kitchen fires, cut 3 cords of
wood. 474 bundles of fodder; pitched
774 pounds of cotton, helped pull 7
wagon loads of corn, dug 14 bushels of
potatoes, toted 27 buckets of water, put
up 7 stoves, was dog-bit 4 times; watch
i broken by baby, cost $3 to have re
"Loaned out 3 barrels flour, 50 bush-
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libation and a good nickel cigar, i v-hiie he was deputy sheriff in
rr , i m . .
ine memoers oi me pany pro-j 1384.
tested that they never had; .
handled a card in their lives' PRIVATE DANCE,
where there was money at; The Jolly Jokers, a newly
brellas, 13 lead pencils, 1 bible diction
ary, 1 niowblade. 2 hoes, 1 overcoat, 5
boxes paper collars, none of which have
"Called my opponent a perambulating
liar doctor's bill $10. Had five argu-
TJT n.nVnl fTI IV , V j - , . , . . UlflllB ILU IHJ Will" reHlll(: UIIC nOW-
Marshal Talbot is be-! formed society comprising some, er vase smashed, i broom handle bro
oming to suspect that the: f our best known young people, I ken, l dish of hash knocked off the
r.UCh-diSCUSSed POker same iSviill tri n rlanre nt. the tnwn Uahle. 1 shirt bosom ruined, 2 handfuls
I cing engineered by one or more; hall Saturday evening. Gents,
dickers from another city and! fo cents. Ladies, 15 cents.
that they switch the scene of Ferfect order will be preserved.
Ilcir operations nightly. But (Advertisement.)
!io declared he will not abandon, - -
Hs investigations until he either! J,'T ',K"A BK,,,E-
, 1 (Moline DUpatcb.)
breaks lip the play or lands thej H .s everyone s.-en our neighbor,
f ltiity Ones behind the bars. i Kast MoMne. in f' stal array? She is
The annual Rock Island County Far
mer's institute will be held at Port
Byron Tuesday and Wednesday of !
next week. An attendance which will !
be larger than usual is expected be-,
cause of the excellent program which j
has been arranged. In January a
branch institute will be held at Coal!
Vallev this belne a new dpnirlnm l
planned by the county organization, i
The meeting of next week Is aided fi
nancially by the state while the ex
penses of that of January will be borne
entirely by the county. Because of
the geography of Rock Island county,
it has been found almost Impossible
to get the farmers from both ends to
gether in one meeting and therefore
the two meetings will be tried. The
program for next week's meeting fol
lows: TUESDAY, OCT. 22.
Invocation-r-Rev. H. T. Russell.
Opening remarks by President S.
L. Wood burn.
Addressi W. H. Ashdown, director
14th district. Port Byrou.
Address, "Swine and Their Diseas
es," Dr. A. T. Peters, Illinois live
stock commission, Springfield, 111.
Address, "Roads and Bridges" (il
lustrated) H. B. Peipmeier, assistant
state highway engineer, Sprinsfle'd.
Address, "Farm Sanitation" Dr. A.
T. Peters, Springfield.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23.
Appointment of committees.
Address. "Soils" Dr. W. E. Taylor.
Address, "Alfalfa and Other Forage
Crops" George F. Tullock, Rockford.
Address, "Food for the Family"
Mrs. Lena L. Stevenson, Decatur.
Address, "Silage and Silos" George
V. Tullock, Rockford.
Address, "Health In the Home"
Mrs. Lena L. Stevenson, Decatur.
You women who pay from $10 to $25 for
your coats should come to
THTL SEE HIVE
because her your money will get yon more real coat raiue more ele
gance of style more beauty of material more care in tailoring more
We show novelty coats in dozens of styles
Three quarter and fall length models In all the popular materials.
Some of the fabrics could aot possibly have been mrfde- into coate at
thee price, except that the maker used np hii bolt ends of cloth in
them, and allowed as bargain prices which we In turn are passing on
You are certain of the greatest Plush
Coat Values Here
It recjolres only a half hoars examination of our stocks to verify this
statement If yon are a Judge of plashes and of tailoring.
Qenuine Sealette Plush Coats at
$17.50, $19.98, $23.75, $25, $27.50.
Suits at $20 to $3
Suits at $12.98 and $14.98
Tonll be surprised with what w will
show you at these prices; styles, fab
rics and tailoring that your Judgment
will say are quite out of the class of
ordinary moderate priced suits.
For the woman whose tastes and re
quirements are for the finer suits,
there Is no end of variety. Dozens of
elegantly trimmed fancy models and
plain custom tailored suits In rich and
Eben at $0.08 and $11.98 are rare values
The woman who desires a suit that's correct In style and of unquestion
able quality at a very moderate price, can find nothing to excel these
handsome serges and mixtures that we feature at these prices.
The Dress Question
Is one of great Interest to every woman, because most women nowadays
think the one-piece dress about the prettiest, handiest thing they can wear.
Smart new fall styles are here in all materials, and aside from being new
and stylish are exceptionally low In price.
$4.08 and up to $25
whiskers pulled out, 10 cents' worth
of sticken plaster bought. Besides
BIG SALT SHIPMENT
ARRIVES VIA CANAL
GIVEN GREAT HONOR.
Amos Duncan, our detective,
vas absent from t'ue village
two days this wtek and there
were various rumors as to his
n'ission. One of these was in
effect that he had discovered
a fresh Charlie Ross clew. On
lis return, l.owever, Mr. Dun
can informed ye editor that he
lir.d been taking in the meeting
of tho Illinois Anli-Horsethief
association at the capital. Mr.
Duncan was honored with elec-
The steamer Peerless, and barge :
Red Wing, bearing 2,000 barrels of!
6alt. consigned bv the Morton Salr :
uriay. d mere b.-udiiously than a bride ' omu..nv of rilif.an. Brrivf.rt in Wal ,
Notice is hereby given that all desir
ing to bid on the printing of sample
and official ballots for the election to
he held Nov. 5. meet with this commit
tee Monday, Oct. 21, at 10 o'clock a.
m., to prepare said bids.
J. E. LARKIN.
I. A. MINTEER,
Pub. Ex. Committee.
Women pay more for hats
Than we ask
under the mistaken Impression that in so doing they are secur
ing better headwear. But woman who have worn Beo Hive mil
linery know they cannot get better quality, . more desirable
styles, or more becoming hats, even by paying considerably
more. The largest assortments of tho season are hero now;
comprising every correct Fall and Winter style in velvets, felts,
beavers and velour, together with splendid varieties of the pop
ular novelties in ready-to-wears for misses' and children.
THE E HIVE
Corner Second and Bracjy St3.
for lu-r bridal or a young matron for
her first big party. The hillsides are
clothed with rloth of gold, except
w hete t!)f are s'ill men
port yesterday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock via Hennepin canal. The ship
ment was slightly behind schedule as
nr. num. one i. Ki1(li,i ,,.-p ..rrivri in tho ni,.ni.v
1,11-s.d." la I'.'irticiibr whieh strikes, Tne Bhipment of vesterdav mav be
pa.sseiav r. on the car as being a hu-'e tno lafc, of ,he Beagon
llame colored bouquet. Tne big excursion barge Consortf
'arrived at Rock Island last evening en-'
n,,",,M HU V, l,OHm j route to Stiliwater, Minn., where it
(A. 'any Review. , wijj De t.onvT.rte,i jIilo a steamb Mt.
Mi;-ts (.laiijs Wells and Margaret j
Huover entertained fiulewn frienda ! KILLED IN AUTO'S CRASH
from Clinton at a week end house I
Hallowe'en on the Way: Shops Aglow With Novelties
w n r mi iii-: miiM.t
i l'ort Hymn (ilobe.
Auctii iver Rubtrt Troy was in town
Tuesday. He was here to conduct the
I TTb YJ o T7P ,71 I
Montezuma, Iowa, Auto Party Collide
With Buggy Car Turns Turtle. j
Montezuma, Iowa, Oct. 19. An auto
mobile driven by Harlan Anderson i
last night collided with a buggy driven
by two young women named Fulton. !
The machine turned turtle crushing!
Mrs. Sam Graham to death and ser
iously injuring Harlan Anderson. Sam
.Graham and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. An
derson, all of this place. The girls in ; away, the shops are aglow with fascin
the buggy escaped. It is believed all ! atinS novelties in table favors, place
j the injured w ill recover. The automo-1 cards- etc- for luncheon and dinner
; bile party were driving hurriedly to i Parties, and perhaps never have so
a reception near the citv. I many adorable things designed to
. ' -4 ,
With Hallowe'en only a few days
The Woman Makes the Eame
She makes it best who, looking
after the culinaor department,
turns her back resolutely upon
unhealthful, or even suspicious,
food accessories. She is econom
ical; she knows that true economy
does not consist in the use of
inferior meat, flour, or baking
powder. She is an earnest advo
cate of home made, home baked
food, and has proved the truth of
the statements of the experts that
the best cooking in the world
today is done with Royal Baking
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
please the children been brought out.
In the illustration are shown a num
ber of these favors, and since grown
ups and children are all the same at
Hallowe'en, these trifles would fit in
equally well at a children's party or a
function arranged for the older mem-1
hers of the family. Here are some sug
gestions for Hallowe'en games:
Place 12 candles In a row, each one
marked with the name of a month,
then Invite each girl separately to trj
her fortune. The first candle blown
out would indicate the month she
Cupid Approaching, absorbing love
Four-leaf Clover You will be lucky
Rabbit You are too timid In love.
Many Hurt In University Contest.
I'rbana, III., Oct. l't.- Sophomores
won the annual pusliba.I contest from
tho freshman class yesterday, at the
I'niversity of Illinois. Many partici
pants wire injured.
(From The Argus Files of 1887.) J of Missouri, being chairman. Captain
Oct. 14. The Illinois State Baptist ! Ruffner. of the government eneineer-
anniversary began last night at thejing corps, reported that an appropria- j would plight her troth, the number of
First Baptist church of this city with! tion of 1530,000 was necessary to fln-'ond!es blown out in one blow would
a meeting of the pastoral union. A . Ish the work on this division of the I'sifsnlfy the number of mouths that
large number of deb gates arrived dur-i river, and Hugh J. Brady of St. Ixsuis, I would elapse before the marriage. Dur
ing the evening from abroad and the submitted a statement showing the j in" tnl3 process the girl was to think
bouse was w ell filltd. j benefit that would accrue to nroducers constantly of her "best" young man.
After this, have the guests go blind
folded, one at a time, into a room in
which there should be a table having
The Henry W. Longfellow, a pretty , if the improvements were completed
little pleasure craft. Is coming down A resolution was adopted, asking con-
the river in search. It Is understood, of , gre6S to appropriate $500,000, and a
a purchaser, bhe is having fine pho- committee was appointed to acquaint 'on It these objects given on the list
tographs and descriptions sent out in j members of congress of the work of I w hich follow s. When all have selected
advance Just the right kind of a boat j the convention. the first one touched, they are to have
for reviving the traffic between Rock I the blindfold removed and the hostess
Island, Linwood and Andalusia. j Oct. 17. The Harper house bar ' w ill tell them the meaning of the arti
The St. Ambrose college nine of w'as closed Saturday night. It has not cle. Of course, pictures may be used
Davenport beat the high school nine proved a financial benefit to the house, w ith the scenes depicted. This is an
by a score cf IS to 14 yesterday. i The repairs of the main bridge
The regular quarterly meeting of the : from Davenport to the island have
Iowa and Illinois Central District Med-! been completed.
leal association met in the board of ! St. Luke's hospital has four typhoid
education rooms, this city, at 3 o'clock! patients.
yesterday afternoon. ) Oct. 15. A brand new register.
The Rock Uland Glass works wl'.l j fresh from the publishers, was opened
blow for the first time Sunday night, i at the Harper house this morning.
Deputy County Treasurer Casteel j Charles MHugh, night clerk at the
has moved Into the residence lately oc- Harper house, has returned from a
cupied by Dr. G. L. Eyster on Third i pleasure trip to Chicago.
&Tnue. I Miss El'.a G. Taylor, the delegate
appointed by the "Y s," left Monday
Oct.-lo. Samuel Nichols, who has i morning to attend the state conven- acquaintances.
Just been promoted to an engineer's ' tion at Bloomington. The convention! Hourglass and Wings
berth on the C. R. I. & P., is alarm , lasts until Friday and is the first ever wasting precious moments,
legly ill with inflamation of the bow-i held by the society. 1 Rural Scene You will
elfi- j j farmer; (for a man a country girl.
A convention to consider the im- Oct. 19. The towers failed to doj Quaker You are shortly to meet
provements of the Mississippi river be-j duty after 10 o'clock last night, some-, a very Quiet person w ho will play a
tween De8 Moines rapids and the ; thing being cut of order at the works. ' great part in your history,
mouth of the Illinois, was he.d Thurs-jThe town was black as a dungeon for; Wig or Bald Head You will fall
4aj- at UJ&cy, Cocgressmaa Hatch, j the remainder of lis night, in love with a, yerson much older
: easy way to tell the future:
! Teatpot Your destiny is an
maid or a confirmed bachelor.
Diamond Ring Approaching en
gagement Lion There is soon to rise a dom
inating influence in your Iif.
Autorooblie Your romance will be
gin in an auto.
Piano Through music will come
ran iieware or a nirt among your
All winter long on the Zero days and the
windy, blustering days the Perfection Smoke
less Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort.
It saves them many a cold and sickness for it easily
warms the rooms not reached by the ordinary heat.
The Perfection Heater is made with nickel trim
mings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue drums).
Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily
moved from place to place.
At Dmmlmrm Evmrytmhmrm
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(A tndtAM Corporation)