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BmiM Attract CktjxorMH, rMldd In Sock Maad.
t; rfoot nprnmitaUoB at the
Ijmtm Mid Wednesday and
7 la obaorrog U 7th an
Jy at tha Pin Methodist
!of MBanwaf horded at
MMtiabaU lat alcht at
. vca. Til church wa crowd-
ICi capacity,, while 109 mem
i aad friends were terred at
T at o'clock.
4a. 1 , I 11.
? by the cfanreh choir, and
Mho, Ret. M. a Weteenberger,
.jr,Wl letters and telegrams
farmer pastors and church
-rfceis, who were unable to be
tat'at the celebration. .
y. A. Brown 'gate en ad
w Instead of Rev. J. B. Ratter,
0 Waa-JUiable to come.
Rr. B. Bartle, pastor of Can
a 111., and pastor of the Milan
"mrch frpm 1900 to 1902, addressed
a congregation. Selections were
by the old church choir, com
rfi of Mesdames Era Foote, W.
. Heath. H. Brown, Jennie White,
'. JE. Uftle. Emma Martin. H. F.
iagaag William Can nam, Calvin
spapn and the Messrs. Albert
ioson, H. Brown, R. B. Little and
Ayres Brown of Kankakee. "'
The afternoon program was at
Xdad by a tood-aiied, crowd. Rev.
V. M. Bran jr of Rock Island lead
1 the prayer, Miss Florence Hull
ad Mrs. ,K. E. Weisenberger gave
I daet, aad Mrs. T. A. O. Johnston
are a reading, "A May Fair Thir-
' Bar. Taa Pelt Speaks. .
. tier. ;i nsennerEer exienueu
Testings from former pastors. Rev.
NBUel Van Pelt of the First Meth-
Jst .church of this city, brought
Ttettags from the Rock Island
tthodist chtrches; Rev. O. B. En-
lman. pastor of the Second church
4 ' Molina, from the Methodist
:fcurchea 'in Moline and vicinity,
id Rev. M. V. Crumbaker, pastor
I the Preemption church, from the
2ataodist churches of the country
out Milan. 1
" "Mia - JJ In V aAaenAAn
MI saw! oarco aaa iuc aiiciuwuw
ware given by Rev. J. L. Palmer and
Vn. R. V. Van Alstyne of Water
awn church, and pastor of the Mi'
n church from 1917-1919. The
Wtlre celebration was yery success-1
al and brought many together who
M not seen each other in years
:0LU1E DAY AT
CROWD OF 6,000
(Special to The Argus).
Joslin, Aug. 27. Moline day drew
V crowd estimated at 6,000 to the
iOek . Island county fair grounds.
i special train this morning car
'ad 2&0 from the plow city. The
tltae community band was on
nd to furnish the music.
la conjunction with Moline day.
is wis also the second of the Fto
Alican days at the fair. The
-waking program' in front of the
raadstand was started at 12:30.
lints Johnson of Moline. Renubli-
3a candidate for state auditor,
aa wimam n. miner oi cnam -
"4gn, scandidate on the Republi -
am .... un.m.i. u,w mvi ,
)ok in behalf of their respective
tttdldacies. William Hale Thomp
, mayor of Chicago, failed to ar
.va in person, but bis place on the
Wgram was filled by Roger Fah
,ty,one.of his co-workers. Mr.
"Jierty spoke in behalf of the can
lacy ot Len Small for governor.
, The stoE parade In front of the
-mxniBULuu Biageu au ii
lock. Announcement ot the
Vds "will bamade later.
.The women as the Republican!
Mil reported a '.total registration
( Qo thus far.
CS3 Seventeenth Street
lb sack Gold Rim, Gold Medal
. "Ceresota flour
Post Toasties . ,
' HVaite pickling onions,
on or tomatoes,
Best grade Peaberry cot- 10 lb eaa Kara strap on
5.r"..39c ff!.rf. 89c
t Dxtra fancy ji reserves, per 16 ounce
vjallo, alt flavors,
California white grapes lb Sic
'Extra fancy blue plums,
a dosen ........... ...2ie
Large sweet Juicy oranges
5 tor .55e
' Uea brand Peanut bat-. . .
..Iff hi balk, lb .. .88c
'3axra fancy peaches, '- .
?4.--- a basket - ,3oc
taacy Bartlett pears,
V par basket ...40e'
ielly grapea, t lbs ......lie
rnj- oaCag er eaoklng
lea, iim .
"ftey sweat potatoes, lb lOe
w Man ar
JX-Jt praaes, lb ..Sac
ruenl Mnrieta for Ufa; katida
Jmsm m wi at t rcloek taia
aftanat nt t kttta : af ker
tewhur. Mra. Ella KalL HU luta
nwne or aaothar .daagttar, Mn. C.
Banal tu maa in CBippiaaaoca
Mayor William Hale Thampaon,
of Chicago will arrive In Rock Is-1
land this evening shortly before the
time scheduled for the start of the
political mass meeting at the Illi
nois theatre. The program will be
gin at 8 O'clock. Mayor Thompson
will deliver the principal address
on the program, speaking in behalf
of the candidacy of Leo Smal) for
governor. There will be -"other
speakers. Mayor Schriver of Rock
Island will preside as chairman or
the meeting. . . j
The first part of the program will
be made up of musical and other
L017DEN TO TALK
. (Special to The Argus).
Springfield. 111., Aug. 27. Gov
ernor Frank O. Lowden will speak
at Rock Island next Thursday
The governor will tour the north
em end of the state, meetings be
ing scheduled for Wednesday night
in Rookford, Thursday night in
Rock Island, Friday night at Free
port and Saturday night in De
Kalb. v .
50TICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received 9 a. m. Sept
6, 1920, for constructing a 6-inch
watermain on Fifth street.
H.'M. SCHRIVER, Mayor.
To whom it may concern:
I earnestly invite all voters la-
Aiwi anil vnnHaman iA attend mv
meetlng on Market gquare in Rock
Island, this Saturday evening, Aug.
28, at 8 p. m.
I wish to tell you about the way
your representatives have enabled
the public utilities commission to
raise your street car fare; your
electric light and gas bills; your
telephone rates and all public utili
I wish to tell you what your rep
resentatives did to force upon you
the state tax commission and the
way t raises your taxes, your house
rent, your grocery bill, your board
and the cost of living.
I wish to tell you how the depart
ment of public works and buildings
has taxed the people of Illinois out
of one hundred million dollars, and
gave you nothing in, return. I
I will prove to you that my oppo
nents have done nothing for you
while they have helped to take
tnousanas or dollars out of your
Mr. Wells missed 260 roll calls
in the last session.
The public utilities corporations
the corporation tax dodgers and the
state official grafters may get their
ircu jusiera ana omer paia tools to
jtry to tool you into their net Do
i uww..,wu, ujinicu. ui lllwJU'
diced by dead or false issues.
HARRY M. M'CASKRIN.
Republican candidate for member
ot the general assembly for
Cornet Shod (or Men aa4 Wornm
At Forsberg's Walk
Over Boot Shop
413 rirteeatll BtraH. MoUw
Dr. Sctaoll'i Foot Comfort aorrteo tot
Phone R. 1. 1661
Argo starch, pkg ...... 9e
10 bars Leaox soap . . tie
10 bars Rul.o-More
6 20c cans Heinx or Beech
nut beans ...HM
Large can Helmet pineapple, .
in heavy syrup .. ...40c
Del Monte asparagus tips, :
a, can 55e
Pure Jelly all flavors,
a glass ............ ..He
It eans Dandee milk . .75c
Our Leader eofee, lb.JUe
Shredded wheat, pkg ...15c
Macaroni or spaghetti,
s Pkgs SSc
Head at tarty StawcU FeaffaBr
Xaacled As Pteee ef Shattered
Entry Wheel Strike Steanea
Leroy Stowell, aged 3 years,
233 Esplanade avenue, Davenport,
almost Instantly auieat
morning while working at afc; em
ery wneei at taa suamerman yjiem
comnanr.' Bettendorf.' ' . : ' 'k-: S
Stowell was working over , the
cm err wheel, when it broke and a
piece hit him in the stomach.' By
the force of the blow he was dou
bled forward into the machinery.
His head was fearfully mangled.
When picked up by fellow workers
be was dead.
KOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received 9 a, m. Sept
C, 1920, for constructing sidewalks
on Forty-third street south of Four
teenth avenue, and en north side
of Sixteenth avenue, from Thir
tieth to Thirty-second street.
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor.
Special for Sat
Hee are a few of our prices on our firsfclass
home-dressed irieat, Tomorrow we sell. Queen
White Naptha s'oap 2- bars for I5cwith an order
. of meat. .
We have a complete line of fresh home made
Nveiners, bolognar frankfurts, minced and Sara
toga ham. t 1
Rib roast, rolled, no
bone, per lb
Rump roast, rolled, no Q(a
bone, per lb OUi
meat, 'per lb
Old style link saus
age, per lb .,...,.
Home cured Jowel bacon well
per lb ........
MILAN PRODUCE CO.Jnc.
217 17th St Phone R. 1.51
729 9th SL - Phone R. 1. 4954
.Ave. Phone R. 1. 79
4100 14th Ave. Phone R. 1. 2037
Free Delivery Phone R. I. 988
22Q7 4th Av. Rock Island
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Good Cooking Apples,
10 lbs. for
' Box Peaches, Elberta,
per crate "
Tail Enzo compound, same as
Small Enzo compound, same as
4 cans ...... ............ ..."7
Small Armours or Danish Pride
14 cans ..... ,,
Tall Pet, Libbys, or Carnation
Tall Danish Pride, Armour, Van Camp or any
any other evaporated Milk, 7 cans
3 lbs, for.
4 Ibj sack Goldrim, Gold Medal or "
Ceresota riour, per sack
' Large cans Pork and
Beans, per can ......
Campbell's Pork and
Beans, 2 cans
Com Flakes, any
brand, 2 pkgs. ....
Extra fancy Peaberry
Coffee, per lb.
Japan or Gunpowder
Tea, per lb.
Tall Pink Salmon,
Small Pick Salmon,
per can ,
No. 1 Pine Burr, .
Salmon, per can ...
lb. Ptne Burr Ofl
Salmon, per eaa ..... fcOC
Tall Red Salmon. - ' 97
per eaa OIC
' 20c sit Mustard 1A
Saruinea, per can ..... TC
Cr. aad Mrs. Eichard P. Kliadt
of . i7 Beeoud aveaae . retaraed
Hat evealag frosa Dubaqae, Iowa,
where they have been visiting. Taa
trip was made by automobile. . , .
MIsa Grace OValley, who for the
last three years has been a teacher
at the Hawthorne acaooi. naa re
signed her position in oraer w ao
-nt a arinciaalabip of a school in
DIXOn, ner iqnnvr uuiuc. ui iub
tbe summer months. Miss OValley
has been studying at the Colombia
university of New York city. ...
Mrs. W. O. Brlckaon and - two
daaghters from Denver, Colo, have
arriTea ia ij -
visit with Mrs. . Erieksoa'a - sister,
Mrs. Ans Anderson, Z516 Nine
teenth avenua. - "
-Miss Pauline Ellis returned yes
terday afternoon to- her home In
Mason City. Iowa, after visiting at
the home of Dorothy Schoeasel,
13S0 Twentieth street
Miss Edith Anning will return to
her home in Aurora tomorrow after
a visit at the home of her uncle and
aunt, Mr. arid Mrs. William Ulle
'meyer, 1207 Nineteenth street
. Morral H. Douglas of Boston,
Mass., and Edwin Ullemeyer ot the
Great Lakes Naval school, are vis
iting at the home of Mr. Ullemeyer's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ulle
meyer, 1207 Nibeteenth street.
Aug. 28, 1920.
Hens, dressed and
by piece ....
Kohrs' regular hams
on. 8 to
' Light home-cured bacon. 8 to
10 lbs, whole or naif
per lb ,
. Pure pork lard,
Lincoln brand Oleo
Armour's Cloverbloom ,
butter :,. .
Longhorn cheese .,
Brick cheese '
2 pkgs. Jello,
Jelly con, any
flavor, 2 pkgs. ..
10 bars Fels Naptha, p. & q.,
Peoeta or Amber , fjtl
10 bare Queen White Naptha
Soap, large, 7P
10 ban Crystal White, Kirk's
Flake or Sunny mm
Monday I DC
10. bars Lenox j p
Palmolire or Creme ) P
OU Soap. 3 bars ...... LoC
Large Ivory Soap, n r
per bar IOC
Freeh Egga, Cft-'
per doseo ............ DUC
Good Lack Oleo,
per lb. .7..0SFC
"Iowa's Greatest Chain Stores tor lien?
Move Dp Closei
Society Brand and
Jefferson Fall Suits
UP TO $40 SUITS $18.89
- $45 SUITS $24.49
$50 SUITS $29.89
$60 SUITS $34.94
x , . v
And, remember Sir: The prices on
- these famous suits are not down to
- stay, they will be up again in the Fall .
so pickout your Fall Suit now and
pocket the difference, y
r Closing out our
Shoe Department 1
HALF PRICE 1
122-124 W. Third Street
SUGAR, ALL YOU OT
Pure Cane Sugar, per lb ''18C
SO RESTRICTIONS ON SFGAR TO CONSUMERS.
IV 0 RED TAPE.
Are you buying for cash or paying double on
the book? These, are not Saturday only prices.
They are everyday prices.
per peck .......
Dundee, Danish Pride or Pet
tall can ....
cans ... ....
Hebe, 2 tall
cans ... . . .
cans ... . ,
All Down Again
My Spencer Square n
coffee, lb UC
Gautamala . AQf
per lb .........TtOv
Java or Royal Nectar f (
ner lb Ml
Mocha and Java
blend, lb ,
The be St coffee in
town, 3 lbs
Royal Ceylon tea
Orange Pekoe tea,
per lb ,
10 bars ,
P. & G. White Naptha
Clean Easy hard wa
- ter soap 10 bars . v
Large Gold Dust
Argo gloss starch
1 lb Pkg
Ceresota flour, ,(PQ QQ
49 lb sack ....... wOoOiJ
Ceresota flour AQi
5 lb sack Vv,
Red beans. Riverside
brand, large can
Beautiful nameled 2-cup flour sifter free to each
' bona fide customer.
Farney Grocery Specialty Co
The Spencer Square CrocerCorner Twentieth
Street and Third Avenue t
" ROCK ISLAND . N
Campbell's pork and
beans, 2 cans ....
2 pkgs ... ......
Palm Olive soap
per pkg ........
Cream of Wheat
Grape nuts -Pkg
IXL Peanut butter
18 oz jar
Nice sweet oranges
Prunes, sweet Cali
Navy beans, hand
per lb ,
per lb .........
Full head rice
I per lb
Early June pease, sweet corn
or tomatoes OC
2 cans ,...DC
Pink salmon, 9Q
tall can auC
See the brooms I sell Q
at each UC
Karo syrup CQ
10 lb pail OUC
Pure extract, special, sold by
8 os bottle ......'. ..80c
Polly Prim scouring Q
powder, large can ... C
Mazola salad oil
per quart .'......
- r 7 p
- - i"
Victrola M, $150
1806 Third Ave. 1305 Fifth Ave.
Rock bland two stores Moline
Caruso. Galli-Curci, Heifetz McCor-
mack, Paderewski, Elman, Farrar,
Tettrarfni, and hundreds of others of
the world's greatest artists all record
for the Victrola only. Their ears attuned
to discriminate between the most deli
neate tone values, prefer the Victrola. .
And the music-loving .public endorse
their preference by buying more Vic
trolas thanall other talking machines
TO BE SURE OP GETTING
THE BEST TALKING
GET A GENUINE VICTROLA
DIRECT FROM NORBERG'S
For a limited timcwe are featuring un
usually attractive terms on the popular
Victrola XI. .
With $10 in Records
(Your own choice)
Only $15.00 Down
Paying the remaining $145.00
monthly payments. ;
There is a Victrola for every need,
from the portable little one at $25 a
splendidly efficient instrument to the
i beautiful period model at $1,5UU.
, Any Victrola On Terms if Desired
Reserve vour Victrola forthe fall now
Victrolas can't rJways be had when
you want them especially on such lib
Phone Rock Island 1665, Moline 1687
Is Not Expensive
Compare the present price of butter with
the price of me'at. Compare the prices of
the same two items as they were four years
ago. Meat has increased nearly 300, but
ter, about 100. Use more butter for eco
nomical reasons youH be healthier, too.
Nothing can equal the delicious appetizing
flavor of butter. Nothing , can equal the
health giving qualities of butter. It con
tains the valuable, substance known as "Vi
tamines" obtainable only in genuine butter
and other dairy
made from fresh,
the World Have
products. Our butter is
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