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points in Iowa. . - lOas JOhnaon hoo.J! " Sir. aao lira. Jftad BY Setoryar La VanCLt V. i. t-i street, "raT- .n "9ewo at VK Tan street are the fex- Mrs. U. Lt. umpoeu ana auaa . . asaar-, .v-k enta of a deagtta otb uyaswraay. tin. Sctorrar ana - tsa ftorma Wieara of this dty tojora her mar- ria; ' ' ' NelUe CamptoU of aopkinton.;- " naater, W'lari1 tar t L H for vaoo, jaw f i nt a. a Kas. i n Iowa, are here to spend the holt-iteenth street, Molina. aw Twsaa ' nmu uwinin aiinafaw waiakiK ... . 3 oUxj h C , saaw y-vtt t was L-'relB-r t.- Barrard; aaanankI-Sarla,X.rlotto Mar rav aad Krlaa MeCfcto from the days at tha home-of Mr. and Mra. ' Mra. Loo Thoretoa f w.: ' M. W. Campbell, . 1S1 . Thirtieth ' Iowa, is spending the faSawTM street . her parents. Mr. nd Mri!ii,N ha- af ea Twaatww macnata Uarasrsitr of CMeaco and. Ctarai Hugo Woast left nsMraay nor a brief risit with friends and rela aa battaiioa oi wo awwsw.aa ristssi. ' John Vaughn of Oklahoma is- son. 1303 Thir.-y-etghth sUet anon, military academy. Roa- ArramnmenU lor Ue luaerai td tozial an tan not Ml aar Meantly t 7w UlW PHfl Awa. si WifflN to- ratal. Uwtnt, mew Mncrr Mrraraikr wQ to oft Dart ldnu tdif ki M t. . lir. bmnL f tt int to me tha nsmtor to warm hl fcaada, ta mm at tha aaaa: mu a a Sna day II ft ,t ao sirspary." 1:at a tt room, i . later. whan anothSJ vasUrad, Sargrat was. lying , &Jk$ fw bsxI to tha radt- rbssa mlMloi stroaa O Nffsat lift ito worn at tha lUNa Krr How. 1711 Sixth t i o'clock this morning. a latitat well. Mrs. Hess, at 'I 'imt Bvcnt had boen 4for tha last 33 rears, and U'Vlslca of the Dart company. ,. 44 tut Mr. Sargent seldom, if r complained of being ill. ' U was bora In New Tork. Jnne IMS. and cams to Rock Island wife ha was 1 years old. Mr. ratajsnt started in the grocery bus- ttsaa -with bis father, after whose ' ijatkv he coatinaed toe business wMer the name of Sargent A N 'ebor. The store was located at ' 1 Ird arenas and Twentieth street ' A-at .was aboat forty years ago. i ifMr that Mr. Sanrent was book- Bsepisr for the onmore packing hots for U years. For tho last &ymn to bad boon bouse sales- satvror me van company. . Mr. aanant was a charter mem Wtof the Modern Woodmen Camp Ksvf . The only known snrriror Is a eoasta, Herman Patterson or tJrewui. Calif. Fnneral aerriow viXba aonoonosd later. m, . sMt m not a- treat t rtlser, bat was well liked and par fcemlarly weU known among the twitnsss m-n " A. D. Welch said in trltote to Che deceased this morn tag. "Ha was a rery quiet sort of ; m warn, a good worker, and rery " wa ttoaght of among W ao- in ha aula la wiU tte regaiar wmumi tuu ID wtoawwa at tto its rnu to esa a. . sa ttot day. hold nmpLAJs fob 1IGS. J. P. COZlEttXB HT NEW TOSK (3X7 Tto fnneral of the lata Mrs. Jos nh P. Comecrs. whoso death oc curred in New York yesterday morning, will be held in that city at 10 o'clock .tomorrow morning. MtMlBc to. adrleo reeetred n tha familT br friends la Rock Is land. CALL FOB BIDS. ntiia will ba receired at too may or's office. Rock Island. In., until 10 o'clock a. nu Jan. a, iszi. ior an electrically driren ceatrifagal pump with a capacity of 3A00 gal lons ner minute. ; S twin cations on nie u ue maj or's office. The city reserves the right to reject-any or all bids. . Commlsskmer. Tto tody of 1 h-irsta "WTlliam Hatsaaaa, aged U yaara, wh died in French hospital on Nor. 4, ltlS, has arrtrod in New Tork, ac cording to word receired by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hart mam. 1B11 Klmmth atxaat. .Inst when tto remains will oe-brought to Rock Islaad was not learned. Wmmm Tl.-.n.atn . w. - wm whOa tghting la tto MeU section ty-second street, from Colambia; Persohal Points ! Amooc tto aBrrersity and eoltoge mtnAmtm who hare returned to nnek ialaad for the Christmas raca- tiona are the Misees Ellaatoth Bab vk. lont Twentiath street, from nnirersitr of Visconsin : Margaret 1 Searle, 834 Twaaaotn sveef, mm casaedivaasar; uorouy fww," liS POT Hlifflffl f 1 fffT 18 MliS A60 Wolfrera in Bert of Heafek Ever Since Taking Tan lac Year and Half Ago, Which ProTet Its Good Effects are Lasting. All the news all Argus. the dme The ftCAPITOL it DATEXFOBT, IOWA QLIMIITO OiiOSSCOUIITRY liTiaESSTEST rrisilsnt Calria OooJ- ts to to ntayed to CWr- sf OaMorala in IS -sk from Ttes Idgawtoah Xaias Bay, - - J , Sunday, " 1 , Xonaay, I and Tuesday I tt was 18 months ajro that Tan- lac set me right and put me back on the Job and to .this day i nare entered the best of health,' said Carl Wolfrum, a popular mechanic. of 621 Chestnut street, Kansas uny, Mo. . r. ' "Back when the flue was- first raging I had a bad spell of it that keot me down in . bed for three weeks. When I got so I could get us 1 wa so weak I eoald hardly stand on my feet I wasn't able to go back to work and many a day had such awful spells of bilious ness I could not get out of bed at all. "My appetite was pretty near gono and nothing tasted right My ftn.-h was sour most of the time mi t u hothared a lot with naa and bloating. I was constipated and had headaches and dissy spells nearly every day. My, back ached terribly and It was Beginning w look like I nersr. would to any ac count again. "1 had hoard that Tahme i good for people who had had the fla and I made up my mind to try it Well, it brought me right out and built me up .until I felt no more like the same man than if was different person. I went back to work feeling as strong and .well as I erer had in my me ana e since then I hare been in as. good health as. a man could want weiKh 17S pounds now. am strong as a mule and to look at me nobody could tell I was erer sick a day in my. life. In my case Tan- lac lired up to everything I nap heard about It" Tanlac is sold in Rock Island by Carl E. Schlegel drug -stores and the leading druggists in every city. (Adr.) ' ... - &1 Only 3 More: nly 3 More 1 tShoppinig rf IwH Shopping s4 Days ::; . ZIU Days, tto weal wiraWsa station in tto evading wm hold its circuit . and hopes to receive as they are relayed tto Dtowa wireless crab recently ssfaaisad are psanom'g to to pres ent to cssehvtha flashes. Dae. 21. Christ- to California from iTsssarhisetts, signed by Governor CooHdte, tto riee .president-elect ana addressed to Oorernor Steph ' sot, will to relayed by 10 amateur Wireleu operators across the conti nent Jonight. "9W 1 Tni-CITY ELKS HEAR SAX BAND Ska of tto three cities gathered ' at the emb rooms of Rock Island lodge Of lks No. 980 last evening and oncers of Moline lodge exem pllfled degree work in the inltla Uon of a class of 36 candidates be- - tore a. large crowd of an tiered folk. Tto Elks' sazaphone band of this ity, uader the leadership of Cart8hiraatt gave a pleasing con cert to the members from 8 till 11 o'clock. Forty musicians played last, night, the largest number that has appeared in concert with the aaxaphone organisation WILLIAM 1C3TU1MSSLF I livEoiaScadcpcile aWbedGoanjsElBaia , S The story of a double life, featuring the leading stage as star of America; 5 WM. FAYEBSHAM Clyde Cook Comedy j -KtosMeQaick" PatheNews Capitol Symphony ' Orchestra Clande MscArthur, Conducting ' Organ Recital s Christmas Day from 12 till rs 1 o'clock "by Prof. Kraft . . PRICESs AsnlU 80r, tax 8c, total ttc Chfldrea l&e, tax 8c, total 17e Lofcc chairs 4e, tax fie, tat &0e Caildrea oeenpylng lege chairs, same as ad alts . PH0SSBATi28-2Sa liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiDinminip lllll MilJLI -, ,iH ifOTb af.- --yKSM h ; t -juhimi ai miwmrwmrm -jam ; jl. Until Xmas.-,, WL Only ' ' V.'fl. J.Ratnser's v j1 ' Opjoosite Harper ' .jjjjj : I The RARCAM. Ill - -Uar A u nm VH UU A. W "The Ideal Christmas GUV MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES i i i back i we - ed fresh in 1, 2, 3 and 5 lb. packages are exclusive agents for the city of Rods; Island. ; . J art srocnsnoHS itobt, iodaks, pebftjmbs, toi- LIT ABTICLBS, CAKBIM, dOABS, (36ARETS, SAFETY aUnJBS, 8TATI0MRI, KOBAK ALBVatS, ETEBSHARP rncau axu fOTjXTAEf ms. lolidxy goods parchased here, will be wrapped i in holly paper and mailed from here. W?X Harti Drug Co. Z31; Street DEPT. STORE F0RKERLT BRADY 8TORX Cor. 7th Ave. and 12th St The Store That Sells tor Less. Store will be open evenings until 9 o'clock Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights and close at 6 o'clock Friday. . SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY NIGHT Ladies' gray flannel petticoats, each. . . . . . .79c Red border Huck Towels, tonight . ; .15c Children's Hockey Caps, each ... . .' . . ,50c Men's cotton Slip-overs, $L50 value 75c Men's $5.00 value Dress Shirts . . . . . . . . $3.00 Men's Neckties up to $25 value . . . . . . . .$125 20 If all toys, sleds, games, kiddy burs, etc TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY'S BIG V, GROCERY SPECIALS 1 gallon Winner brand Syrup 89c 10 cans large Hebe Comp. .... . . . . . . ;.. .$1.00 2 lbs. Farrington Coffee ior . . . ....... ... .89c 2 quarts Cranberries for .v. . . . . . .'. . 39c Brazil Nuts, per lb. .35c Jonathan canned Pumpkin, 2 for ...... ; . . . 25c Leader Mince Meat, per pkg. ........ . . . . . 15c 3 lbs. Peaberry Coffee for .... . . .... . . . .$1 .00 Blue Rose Rice, 5 lbs. for. .,. . . . . . . . . . . . .49c Large Oranges, special, per dozen . ..... . . .60c We have a full line of Mixed Nuts, Candies, Fruits and all other goodies that make Christmas day a real happy occasion. 1 Boghteii the Home Make Ready for the Happy Yuletide Let the happy Christmas spirjt penetrate into every room and corner of the home. Let the joy of the holiday season be expressed in furniture you'll be proud to look upon, proud in its possession. ;" r-'v.-A - v V V Make "Home" a real attraction for, Christmas Day and for the days to come.1 Let it constantly reflect a cheerfulness that will instill a new enthusiasm into all the mem bers of the. family. " ,, ' End Tables, $9.75 to $30 An end table com pletes your davenport and adds a touch of charm to the living room as no other, piece of furniture can do. They make ac ceptable Christmas gifts.- ' Snjoking . Stands That Will Delight Any Man We have several, dif ferent designs. ' A beautiful mahogany finished smoking stand with removable glass ash tray, $3.00 value, special while they last, only $2.00. Select His Rocker Now Does Dad complain about the comfort of bis rocker? If so, he's hinting for a new one and yon surely don't want te disappoint him Our stock of Overstaffed Rockers in leather, tapestry and imitation leather is complete. Ev ery one is full of genuine comfort and long wear anil will give "him", more pleasure than anything else you could give him. Every one was purchased at lower prices than present market values and are marked to sell at big savings. , All Periods f in Dining Room Suites Included are suits of the William and Mary, Queen Anne, Adam Bros, and Chippen dale periods wrought in American walnut, mahogany, Jacobean and- Golden Oak, beautifully finished by master craftsmen. The prices are extremely moderate for this type of furniture. r Gifts That Are Practical and Certain to Please - - . , ., , , , . i 1 Baby Carriages, Book Ends ' Sectional Book- cases China Cabinets Carpet Sweepers Chiffoniers Console Tables Rugs Dinner Chimes Davenports . Dressing Tables Pictures in Water Colors Ferneries Settees Easy Chairs Electric Lamps (all kinds) Electric Sweepers Felt and Hair Mattresses Foot Stools Hall Clocks Hall Mirrors HalJ Seats . Iron Beds U. Springs Lamps- Floor and Boudoir) ' Ladies Desks Music Cabinets Reed Furniture j Pedestals SewbgMachines Telephone Sets Tea Wagons Table Trays, etc Folding Card Tables Mahogany Rockers Smoking Stands' Humidors Buying at ShaUene's Means a Good Deal us Vtittd Regs 3sSaWawsa RWMm sv..si m ,m m saa m asa sr J i f i-iinnii'rrirsi ISIS TOVES Simmons Beds ETS&RUGS 1320-22-24 Fifth Avenue, Moline 1 1 M -awasBWafaw Assa .- T M Baaastn K. . ' V af Alll r - tw irr X7I