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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
MAKER REPARATION lC
(liY MARRYING GIRL
.Roller in Rod
f ;:HZZ J ' I
Macon, Ga., Not. 1. Declaring that
he wanted to make reparation lor bit
lather's cruelty, in horsewhipping the
girl, Vogt Ii. rtozier. son of V. S. Do
:cr, clerk of the superior court at
Dawson, has married ktsie Carter.
Young Dozier has been infatuated
with the Carter girl for some time.
1 he elder Dozier attempted to drive
lier from Dawson, hut failed. Then
he, with several other men including
a burly negro, dragged ber from her
ed one night last June, stripped her
naked and whipped her unmercifully.
The girl came near dying from the
beating and Dozler's act was bitterly
condemned. A few weeks ago Essie
Carter brought suit in the United
Stales court here for $25,000 damages
against the elder Dozier. who Is
Young Dozier insists that he loves
The girl now more than ever. When
he applied for the wedding license he
ra!d: "M father unmercifully whip
ped L'FSie because she loved me. 1
am ruing to make reparation by mar
rying her. Father won't whip her
MUST CAF;F.YG00D WATCHES
Railroad M.n Art Cempcll.d te Us.
It uijj ! hftva to muuy that the I
wutcli of riie mllroad niuu w an nec
eary In uhmIitii rallncid.ng as the
uli brake Without accurate time
keeping there n-ould prulmbly be more '
nciidfiita tliiiti If there were bo air i
brukex. Tiie tr::iu dixputclier trt a
tralu ut a certain tiuiv; be bait It at
vertnln HUiiioiis ut i-ertiiiu times; be
side tru I.m It for n period of varying j
length; the mill u of tin- conductor oo .
the llc tracked imlu must agree with
I lie Wbtri) of the conductor ou the ex-1-renB
to whli li he h;i! to give wsy:
fin h station master it long the road
cb'fkH the time of every train that
stops or flii-s i.'si.
In order tli.it tl.ere innv be njrree
ineiit nin itu nil tliese railroad wen
I nre must ol.v loiiMly ln not only tinie
(le.'is. but h iiniie timepiece. There
litMHt nlno l.e sonie menu if InSKft- '
lug the tlmeiie' to ee If they are
iii-nrnte nie! ir tl.ey n'rce with some
ntandiiiil. The r.illn.ml man I there
fore compelled to liny not simply an
ordinary wntcli of reasonable vnlne. .
but a purtii'iilurly good wnt-u. a time
piece whl' h Is adjusted to heat, cold
Binl at least three (Misltloiis. These
three Hisiiio:is are ien1ant up. as
cnrrlcd In the ket: dial up and dial
down. Sttili nil instrument will not
vary more iliati thirty seei'iids a week. '
wlili Ii In II goiMl ileal more accurate
tl:uu many si'leiitlttf inst nituents of
':ei'soii used In InlMirntorlrx. Kven
. .iL'iau iiroiienevs t. etTtit Is ronsia-
The celebrated "Wilson Bros." and
"Cooper's pure wool underwear, the
kind that is advertised and sold the
world over at from $1 to $2, colors,
gray, blue or tan, final
quit business price ,
Men's splendid winter weight over
roats. Newest a-jto or ulster styles,
with or without belted backs,' medium
or heavy weights. Regular prices
range from $18 to $22.50. Out they
go at final forced quit
business sale price .
L. R. CRANE'S BIG
Over - a hundred men's fine serge
worsted and cassimere suits made In
the New English models or conserva
tive styles. Not one in the lot worth
less than $20 and many cf them worth
up to $25, final closing
One lot men's extra fine hand tailored
suits made of selected materials. Ev
ery garment contains the label and
guarantee of the world's foremost
clothing manufacturer. Values In this
lot range from $25 to $30. Take your
choice while they last
Has Been the Steam Roller That Has Smashed
High Clothing Prices in Rock Island This Fall
EVERY DAY SEES BIGGER and BETTER BARGAINS placed on SALE at this wonderful MONEY SAVING EVENT
L. R. Crane is positively going out of business. Building oper
ations will soon begin on the corner occupied by turn and
old structure is to be torn down at an early date.
Just Come In and Compare Qualities and Prices C" fot;be;UrP
All Previous Ones
nH m m
. OKA ME,
1801-1803 . 2nd. Ave. ROCK ISLAND
Special Cut Prices Will
Go Into Effect in
Ten in trils inn(fr nf clinosin a jjood for a smaii oppinng in tne center, are
r:ii;nxiJ watch, for a lever set wairti ; covered with skin. Tlicy ar( also en
Is preferred to the peuilitnr set watth i tirely lndei)nilent of ea'h otter, with
!-aue tin-re Is Just the rhsnre that j the result that ocoaslonnlly the crea
j the stem of the pendant set may not ture Is looking forwnrrt over its nose
be pushed tiaok after setting through ; with one eye. while with the other it is
an overiht. intently watching something directly
j On one gre:;t line about 0.000 j behind It.
watches, worth oo an STpruse of $25 :
j apiece (n low svemgei. are uspd. If i
; we take Into consideration the number
of wHtihes that are used on other j
roads throughout the country It is !
evident that the value must run up !
into hundreds of thousands of dollars. !
Id order that the watch may be kept
up to a regular standard It must be
Inspected resularly. There Is not only
a Koueral time Inspector on most rall
ronds. hut a staff of local Inspectors
who are placed along the road at con
venient points and to whom the men
may resort when they wish to com
pare their time with the standurd time
at that pl.ire. Ouce every two weeks
the railroad man submits his watch to j
sm-b nn inspector, usually a jeweler j The Flr,t Necessity Is to Keep the
The Real Thing.
"Do these emotional actresses er'
sited real tears?" asked Mrs. Grouch,
"Sure." replied Mr Grouch "Every
sow and then they bit a bnm town
and get a peak st the box office re-etlpts'-Ciiicinostl
Mrs. S. K. Donald to August Und
berg, lots 3 and 4, block 8, Acme addi
tion, Moline, $000.
Julius and Leonie Grymonprez to
Alidoor DeRuyter, lot 21, Julius Gry
monprez's addition. East Moline, $700..
Frederick V. Rank to C. H. Myers,
lot 26, block 1C9, East Moline. $500.
Charles H. Meyers to Daniel Fen
nesy, lo 27, block 169, East Moline,
Anderson W. McLees to Michael
Reddy, part outlot 3, McMaster's sub
division, outlot 28, section 30, 18, 2w,
Bert C. Stone to Frank P. Welch,
lot 16. block 4, Martha A. Rochman's
tiub-division. lots 1. 2, 3 and 4, et al., in
Halls addition. Rock Island, $1,062.95.
James Sampalis to Sam ,Pampalis,
lot. 1, block 168, village of East Mo
George H. Metzgar to Frank H.
j Henley, lot 6 and 7, block 1, Smith's
Bowels Get Weak
as Age Advances
Schminke's Best A
No. 1 First I
apples, peck .
Fancy basket grapes, basket
Cabbage, three heads 10c!
Potatoes, peck 15c!
or wstchniakcr by profession.
The Inspector gives bis expert opin
ion on the condition of the timepiece.
If It ne'da cleaning he says so and
does It; If it is fust or slow be regu
lates It. and not until It Is. running
with sufficient accuracy Is It allowed
to escape from bis care. A watch's
record Is kept as if It were a thief. So
fur as repairing goes, the ml I road man
is under no compulsion. He need not
hand over bis watch lo any particular
watchmaker or inspector for repair,
but be cau give it to any watchmaker
In whom he has confidence. It must.
however, be submitted to the in-
Bowels Gently Open With a Mild
Teas, per can JOo
String beans, two cans 16ci lcor Mon U c" uswl ln ctnal
w ! service.
Wax beans, twe cans
Good corn. to cans 16c
Salmon, per can 10c
U'(. can baking powder
Innox soap, eight bars 25c
Joe can of machine oil 5c
Cune sugar, 17 pounds $1.00
600 Twelfth street. Phone 998.
That r.o favoritism is shown In the
mutter of watches is evident ln the
fact that no less than eight dif
ferent manufacturers supply railroad
watches Scientific American.
The Qur Chameleon.
There Is nothing in the world will in
duce a chameleon to take even the
slightest sppsrent Interest in its sur
roundings unless it be Cue sight of
what It considers a toothsome insect.
The chameleon's method of taking its
prey is very curious, being effected by
hooting oc.t an enormously long,
wornillke tongue, tlie end of which 1
clubbed and' covered with a viscid se
cretion, to which the insects 6tick and
are thus drawn into its oouth. The ac
tual projection of the tongue Is made
Healthy old age is so absolutely de
pendent upon the condition of the
bowels that great care should be tak
en to see that they act resularly. The
fact is that as age advances the stom
ach muscles become weak and Inactive
&nd the liver does not store up the
juices that are necessary to prompt di
gestion. Some help can be obtained by eat
ing easily digested foods and by
plenty of exercise, but this latter is
liksome to most elderly people. One
thing is certain, that a state of con
stipation should always be avoided
as it is dangerous to life and health.
The best plan is to take a mild laxa
tive as often as is deemed necessary.
But with equal certainty it is sug
gested that cathartics, purgatives,
physics, salts and pills be avoided.
t they do but temporary good and
are so harsh as to be a shock to a
A much better plan, and one that
thousands of elderly people are fol
lowing, is to take a gentle laxatlve
tcnic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, which acts as nearly like nature
as is possible. In fact, the tendency
cf this remedy is to strengthen the
stomach and bowel muscles and so
train them to act naturally again,
when medicines of all kinds can usual
ly be dispensed with. This is the opin-
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First addition. Park ridge, $300.
James Sampalis to Sam Siimpalis,
lot 4, b'.ock 121, New Shops addition.
East Moline, $600.
Amanda C. Derquist to Frank V.
Voorhees. lot 3, block 3, Acme addi
tion. Moline, $400.
Myra Walker to Ellen Mizer, lot 1,
Walker Station, Moline, $1.
Caroline I... Warner to John Konos
ky, part outlot 1, John Warner, subdi
vision 23 and outlot 24. $700.
Fred L. Wheelock to Mary E. Gould,
part ;ot 13, block 2, section 5-17-lw,
Jessie M. nolton to Samuel A.
Swanson. lot 16, Huntoon's addition,
Jennie Spence, et al. Hazel May
Clark, lot. 12, block 2, Ryder Read's
addition, Moline, $667.
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L l AWIEIAlRg IVgEgLgLl ht.
Y-yr1- Snot cur SMer , nan l 1 1
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with marvelous rapidity. The eyes of j lon of many p,, of different ages,
tie chameleon are very carious. They j among ,henv r)ank1 sbiTe,T Cortl
I re very larje. tut, witli the exception J Mich tnd Charie,
Holly street. Kansas City, Mo., and
they have Syrup Pepsin constantly ln
A bottle can be bought of any drug
gist at SO cents or $1. People usually
buy the 50-cent size first, and then,
having convinced themselves of its
merits they buy the dollar size which
is more economical. Any elderly per
son can follow these suggestions with
safety and the assurance of good re
sults. If co member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of it be
fore buying it in te regular way of a
druggist, send your address a postal
1U do to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 413)
Washington street, Monticello. 111., and j
a rree sample bottle will be mailed
you. Results are always guaranteed
or money will be refunded.
There is certainly SDmething doing at this Home of Good Shoes in the way
of fitting out the Boys and Girls with School Shoes.
We're schooled in the art of providing the Best School Shoes. We've learned
our lesson by practical experience.
We Offer Oar Trade Exceptionally Goad School Shoes
FOR THE GRILS
FOR THE BOYS
t.jtton, lace, or Plucher Shoes Regular or
Cut. Nature shaped, water proof,
$1.15, $1.50 tp $3.50
According to Size and Quality.
E-jtton, Lace or Elucher Style, Tan, Patent,
Gun Metal or Kid. Oak Soles, Welted
$1.25, $1.50 to $3.5
According to Size and Quality.
Storm Boots in Several Styles for Both Boys and Girls at $1.50 to $3.50
Our Expert Fitters Will Fit Every Shoe Correctly.
118 W. Second St,
SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
412 15th St.,
1807 Second Ave.,