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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FIUDAY. APRIL 4. 1913.
be chosen In 'he near future, so that
each of the above town? and town
j ships will have two directors.
GETS GOOD START i city chat
X. E. Peck of Albany Is Elected!
President of Association to j
Promote Road. i
B':y a home of Relay Bros.
For express, call William Trefa,
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981. !
A meetine of delegates from the ! Kerler Rug company for vacuum
town beween the tr.'-ei'ies. East Mo- cleaning and rug-making,
line, fort P.yrrn and Morrison was i 0ur B B ,erge at ,33 ,B tho beg,
heii at the Manufacturers- hotel. TaJue eTer oCere,i. j. b. Zlmineft
Molina, yesterday. Sont
nyiaws were anop ca cr.a ir.e 101-i
lowing officers elected:
President ('. E. Pec k. Albany.
Vice President Charles Shuier
Secretary never N. Simonson
Treasurer - K. A. Smith. Morrison
Elx per cent farm mortgages. Lltten 1
ft Roberta, People's National bank
( Coal, coal. coal. Tbe Rock Island 1
Fuel company will deliver to you all ;
! tbe test grades of bard and soft coa.
! Ward & McMabon will tfve yoc ;
Two directors were also selected estimates on your plumbing, steam ',
tr'm t a'h town and township along and hot water heating that will save ;
ti.e rou'e. The nwu'lve commit''" fou money.
wi'l he the four elert.ve uffl'-prs ar.d (-aij at Crawford and Stanton's Club
one director at lars;e, the same to be amoker, opposite Harper house, where 1
chosen by 'h board. they have a full line of clear Havanas, ;
Thin organization will he known as i Key Went and domestic cigars. I
the M.sMhsippI Scenic Highway aso- j (.0,lln!, & nan.u.rick are ready to
r.atinn. and !' object and purpose , wimnfr : i. do all kinds of,
win oe .o improve, mam am mm i carpPT,ter work. Shop location 1208
rrrtlse the mam highway connecting F,B,h,h phmip WP,f 7.n
Mueller Lumber company wTl! en-
Hast M"llne. Wa'enown. Hampton
t-.nMH CMM- Iv.rt Tvrr,Ti C'orHr.v.'i X.
i in i .j5i., able you to build a fine bouse or barn
ban', (.ardeu JlMn. Morrison and ster-' .. . , . .
out of the choicest se.ect lumber and
IT; ... , . , , . . I you will be surprised and yet pleased
There wl.I also be an organized and " ,
, . . . io learn ujb iuw yriLcb iuey re uitt
rK cmUiim rf the route R belne the I
ortUl S'erlinK and rl -ritv link of Soudera Laundering company at 001
the Chicago, trl '-tM- and Omaha dlvi- ! 603 Twelfth atnet. Tnis laundry U
Ho,, of the national highwav from equipped with the vet- latest modern
o. ean to ocean. machinery, turning out work that Is
Another meeting will be held at t -urpassed by auy laundry la tb
Muline of the ilireotors and officers i ,tale-
of the. asHOcta'ion during the next 1) Kaln & R-inhardt cigar store sUIJ
(lav.-, a' which time thev will make : the lead. Most liberally patron-
all arrangements toward securing a J ljs"- Everything in tooacco, cigars
large a membership as possible from BJld niokerB' supplies. Man is never
all person interested, and also to se-j bUer atlsfled than when smoking
cure, subscriptions for as large an eh- choice brands,
amount of money as poHsible to be Tbe Rock Islai.d dumber and Manj
used to nsfiHt in tti Immediate Itn- i facturlng company, lumber and build
provement of ilns rou'e. Judfce K. U .' 'ng material for all purposes, bouaea
liamsay of M..rrmori presided a' ti.e : barns, granaries. We will give you an
rreeting at.d In-vore N Simonson of ' opportunity to save a big per cent Let
Rock Is'a-id nr'ed as secretary. The I us be of service to you.
ri'rectors of the uoclati'n, h'r: ! Math's baaery ana conrectTonery
Sterling W .T Ioi.-rty. store, tbe Cnest in the trl-citiea.
Morrlsi n .liidt-e K. I. Rams-ay. M. ; Bread, rakes, pi?s, cookies and hot
1! Potter t roll Ttiev ran't tie het tot iier
" " ' " I
I tnon C,roe township--Anthony , pie sey they are superior to any home
(i odiiouvih I taking. Let them serve you.
Card. -n Plain - V. K. Senior, W. V. I why not? Here's your chance
1'a rkr. ' Pick up some extra money writing ac-
Albany Jainet. Rai-h. S. H. I ond. cideut and tli kns insurame. Small
Coi(loa K. Cod. c. C. Opduke. 'montlih t.awnent policies. Part tinv
i oe townslllp liiurn AsIhil
W 1 1 ;-oh
i aa . n. iitriiai i, uiai Dir nuu grau:iv
i works, save you the middleman's prol
its. From 10 to 25 per cent saved oi
every uicuuiuent and all knJs of mon
Asuoown. ,i tin statt. C.e- in now. National
i Casualty company, Detroit, Mich.
iima towTinhip I-'rauk X. Ziegler.
Hampton -A. K. ttowles. I.. A.
Mr line Frank G. Allen, G. A.
h' lis libera.
Kock litiind 11. K rasteel, C. D.
M srshs 11 .
Pavel. port --Ch:iri Shuler. Mr C.il
chrts'. The balance of ilic directors will
umental work. Call at our shop o:
fceoud aveitue and see for yourself.
Beautiful lawn Is rne object of jusl
pride and onstuut admiration. At
O'llara's feed store is the place to buy
the choices Kentucky blue grass beed
at 110c per pound; mixed lawn grass
stx-d l.rc per pound; white clover beed
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jrlli ilk. A'f' I I
h it m WA . II
i mm 3-95
i Mm mm
! Lit 111 oMitl)
Mil w m
--rji -vwm mm in n i I ill 111
li-i n,n.i in. lit mi
t 50c per pound. T. S. O'llara, 1420
i Seventh avenue.
0M0RR0W will be a rousing suit day here at thjj bristling quality store. If
you come here, you'll see many of the tri-cities' business men, young men and
othres as well buying Spring apparel. We want you to see those princely
suits, the uncommon beauty of the fabrics, the exclusiveness of the patterning,
the perfection of the drape and styling of the makes we specialize on here as
Hart-Schaffner y Marx Clothes
Society Brand Clothes
The exhibit is really too elaborate for words. You simply must
see it to understand the ends we have gone to, to bring to the
tri-cities the most elegant array of master made apparel pro
duced in this country. Any and every authentic new model
eny and every exclusive fabric.at exactly the price you want
and can afford to pay. Will you do us the courtesy to be pres
ent here tomorrow so that we may show you this display at
modest prices we have the celebrated Clothcraft clothes that typify the ex
value giving. Men and young men, especially the hard to please, the finniky,
fastidious dressers, you are the men we want to pass judgment on Clothcraft 1913
Especial attention is directed to parents who want their boys to look better and yet pay
less for their juvenile togs than elsewhere. A smart array of styles covering every
conceivable model and material, featuring our new Norfolks for boys, including a host
of manly suits on view here tomorrow and every day priced at from
Base Ball and Bat FREE With Boys' Suits
MEET WITH DEFEAT
Husky Chicks Pay
IK tnr.rt. WraVHnu axr wnrMei. Tnr our t if
ud rai: will grow the but lot oi cfcc&j you fwt uwoecL
Baby Chick Food
thr firtt tlin-e wtfk. Aftrr tht adil
fr Poultry Regulator
to tht rrtuU ration and watch them grow,
""lour money back if It fails."
CHi-, Km? ib hoiea aad tut. X- up. Smptr free,
relator. JSC. Mo. II. SO. ,VU. pall, $i.5
iiu-p0- pouiiry tiook KKKI1.
Get Pratt Profit-sharing Booklet.
It. I . HrnaoB. Rm-k lalnnd. fi. K. raaor. Milan.
I.. I'arlrti.o. ..ith llelnbta. . . I'MIr, Vara.
widths from A to D, and sizes from j be tak"n. Again and again she told
5 to 12. prices $G.50 and . jme 'Wait, wait; that decree means
There positively is no other shoe death between my husband and in1,
n-ade that carries with it the saniejo take It would tear my soul from
degree of shoe quality, every pair be-1 Its body."
ioi; made of the first and finest selec-; .
t.cim of stock, and are strictly bench;
made, thus giving the shoe not only t 'J
tlie style but comfort that cannot b ; jm '
"During the last minutes of her life 'to reach out and destroy or seal those
she tepeu:. 1 over a id over ac iit. t'.ie i records."
request Uiat the record be expunged. ' Mrs. lleiiizo's body was sent yostcr
I am convinced that there must bo ', duv afiernnon to Toledo, Ohio, for
some method for the (ireat Chancellor j In. r'.V.
The Settlement Hawks basketball
team oi tms city louua i.sen .uab8- g,.c.ured jn lhe cheaper makes,
ed last night in tl;e central states I We are the exclusive selling agents
tournament being held at Kvaaston. for these shoes in the tri-cities. Our ;
The boys went into the contest ex- 1 pi ice is 50 cents to $1 a pair less than j
pectina to m. et teams of about tUt-ir I the Edwin Clapp shoes are usually '
own strength and to plav under the j sold for In the larger cities and we j
A. A V. rules Thev found, however, ! vito an inspection of the new spring ,
j that the teams were for the most part ; styles. (Adv.- j
! of collegiate class. Tiiey were paired
' with on.' of the best Naperville fol- !
I lee of NapervilU-, 111. last night and i
! the local boys lost by a store of ill to
j li.V At tlmt. they made a creditable j
j showing against their older opponents :
j and won praise from those who wit- j
i nessed the game. .
We give you Quality
Goods, Prompt Ser
vice and Reasonable
GROCERY IN RCCK
Specials For Saturday
Fine Round Red R-dishe Fresh
from tbe ftarden. three good sized
bunches for 10c
Crlap and Tender Green Onions
Also three bunchc for 10c
Fresh Asparagus BuMch 1 2 V C
Fresh Ripe Tomatoe iood and
Pnn. fine for sltcitiK. per
pound only 15c
Dandy Young Carrot Ijirgo
bunches, two for 15c
Also new potatoes, spinach, beets
ii in: iurn.pi. i.t i . p.e plant, tie
Fancy Louisiana Strawberries
Tint box 15c
Extra Heavy Juicy Grape Fruit
Four for 2 6c
Cranberries Per Quart
Corn A good clean sweet corn, per
can Tc four cans for 25c
Kidney Beans Th best on the
market. 'Camel" brand can.. 10c
Apricots In a good heavy syrup.
3t'C quality, can 24c
cherries, per can .
6ardmes In finest olive oil. "King"
Oscar'- brand, per can 12 V? C
Peaches Imon cling, extra fine
large halves in a heavy sweet syrup
JONES' DAIRY FARM LAFD. SAUSAGES. BACON AND
HAMS ARE DELICIOUS. TRY A SLICE OF HAM TODAY.
"The Clean Store"
515 17th St.
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES.
The insurgents of Davenport camp
No. 27. Modern Woodmen of Ameri- ;
a. met last evening in Davenport, j
Four delegates were selected to the i
state Modern Woodmen assembly, j
which is to be held at Dea Moines.
M. 4 K. Are Now Showina the New' jt.rii ifi Those n-imed were: Mat ,
Spring Styles Decidfdly the Fin- Gorman H. K. Wiekham. D. L. Wright ;
est Man Shoe Made. j aa(j w. R. Waters. At this gathering
Kery new spring styie in the cele- I delegates will be selected to the na-
brated Edwin Claop shoes for men, for : 'ional meeting to be neia m s-pnng-
n v. ., u i field 111 Mav l." and 1'j. h-muiems
vhleh tee M. i. K are the tri-city I ' ' " la- . . f
selling agents, are now in, and we i Wt'r,? Pren.ea Jas. "c"" t 'o
direct attention to a f. w of their onstil iiauer to wd i-n
leading new spring lasts, among which Mlm OI " ""
nr.' the low flt HngMsh models, in dull , ;te fiood sufferers.
i.nd tan leathers This last ha6 a com-1 " . , ,
lir.ation for tit and comfort that can! Installation of officers will be neia
a. I i i . J v.. lafl I .va
cmy be secured ir. ahaud made shoe , oy kik-k isianu is-
s.-.ch as the Edwin Clapp make We Or-i.r cf Moose, et their rooms in the
are showing these shoes in all widths i Illinois theatre building, next Monda;
from A A to D, and all sizes from 5 to! night. The committee in charge cas
11. price 17. planned a smoker and entertainment.
Edwin Clapp v!c! kid are made only I to follow the instal'ation. A six piece
from the finest selections of kid stock i crchestra and a quartet tave Deen ee-
The Arrival of Nek? Garments Daily
Keeps Up the Usual Interest in This
favorite apparel Store
TVERY day sees something new on the
tables and in the cases, and although the
selling the past week has been the liveliest we
have ever experienced, stocks have been kept
up to the point of perfection.
and we are shewing these shoes in
either lace or button on the straight or
swing lasts, also in wide full toes.
There Is nothing to equal this shoe
for comfort and it also t ears shoe
style. Sizes 5 to 1C, widths A A to E,
price $6. 5f and 17.
Edwin Clapp "Coronado last" la or
of their latest productions. In this
shoe you will fnd the long drawn out
cured for the evening ar.d they will j
furnish several numbers. Refresh
ments will also be served.
MRS. F. A. HEINZE'S DYING j
WORDS PETITION'S BASIS;
I New York, April 4w have always j
'loved you, Fritz: I have always hope.d
toes and ex'remely low fiat heels. You . sooiehing would happen to brine you
Our Coats at
Sq.cS and $14. qH
Are the talk of the town. Mindful of
the fact that $9.98 and $14 08 are the
popular coat prices, we are always
striving to secure for thebe lines the
strongest, values possible the best of
materials and faultless workmanship.
They easily exrell anything yet shown
at the prices.
Other prices are here. too. of course,
in fart any price from to $30.)ii.
at $9.98 to S40
All made up to our special order by
the very best suit specialists in the
country, and possessing a perfection in
fit and nicety of finiHh that will delight
the woman who has an eye for 1 in
numberless details that, count for no
much. Plenty of extra sizes. Plenty
of regular sizes and plenty of suits for
small women and masses. Our special
values at $14. &8 are winning friomis
for The Bee Hive every day.
Attractive Apparel for Hisses and Girls
There is avast amount of satisfac'ion to us to present, such a comprehensive collection of correct
spring garments for the juniors and little misses. Garni'-nta that ar just as stylish and dresay as those
made for the grown up sisters and mothers.
r.ight find s-.milar snlos in other i jack to me," Mrs. F. Augustus Heinze's !
makes but r.pon comparison, the Ed-1 . . . , ;n,i .ww
, , , . . . .. dv:r.e words of reconciliation with her
win Clapo shoe style is distinctive
and cannot be im!ated in the cheap- j husband, the copper magnate, will be
er grades. We are showing this shoe i tfce basis -if tbe petition her attorney.
In dull an1 tan Russia
widths from A A to D. and sizes from
fl'i to 11. price $7 per pair.
The good dresser will te interested
It the new Edwin Clapp "Cornell
l?st." which comes in the medium
straight las's. in lace or button mod
els, in vici kid or dull leathers, all
Then stop it ! Stop it now ! You
can do it with Aycr's Heir Vigor.
Does not color the hair.
Asiv Your Doctor.
W-hers. aill Benjamin F. Spellman, bgan prepar-i
; ing today to expunge the record of the
interior Mtory decree already granted, j
The deathbed scenes, her tears and ,
embraces. Lis assurances of love and'
, promise to try to fulfill her last wish. ;
together with the testimony of Mrs
; Heinze's mother, ber 6lster and the ,
j nurses w ho stood near by, will be In-j
i eluded j
: "Had i-he lived it. would have been '
posji! . for Mrs. Heinze to ditcontinue '
.this a .-ion," Mr. Spellman said today.'
j "She p;.i pentd ta.k;us the final de- j
cree. which rrlpht have been entered!
last m j..;'!. She had only until April !
17 to j-i Ice v.f.thcr the decree would
j c mttt co-
Junior Suits for Girls
From 13 to 17 Tears
Many of th'-m adaptable to small women. Suis
that will win the admiration of every dressy miss
at prices to win the favor of economical mothers.
$9.98 to 525
Misses ' and Junior C mtt
The makers have be.-n unusually successful in
turning out li ver a'nd o.itiilul model and wij
have oll jct'.-d our full shaie.
Iricid $6.98 to $20 ,
Children's coats $IJi to ?10.(0
More New Millinery
New- hats every hour from our own workrooms, to
gether with 'he many new effer's submitted to us by : he
ce'.ebra-ed milliners of the east, keeps this sect ;n Cll-1
with the c hoic est and new est in moderate pri' e-i h'.-ad -ar.
Hundreds of the hea- efTects in the small Lata bo popular
at present 2..j0, tH.'i, i").00.
UNTRIMMED SHAPES. TRIMMINGS AND MATEU
IAUS OF ALL KINDS in the basement. Moderate prices
and courteous assis ante.
THE 3 EE HIVE cw the corner
Second and Urady. rDav;nport. Iolva
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