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THE ARGU& BATUBDAT, MAT 12. 1604.
Py yoir water rent. ,
lasara with Hneitng A Hoeft.
Fadora bats 1 at. the M. K.
Bargains in underwear M. A K.
If en's 60c straw hats 25c M. A K?
Fedora hats 74 cents The London.
Eight cents for shirt waists 11. A
Askronr merchant for trade re
Free lunch at the Young America
Fancy strawberries at Pansig's this
Choice pineapples 12 cents each at
Straw hat opening at Lloyd A
Good line of fruits and vegetables
at i asstg a.
Children's &5c quality straw hats
at jbc as. k.
Children's 75c quality straw hats
at 9WC M. K A.
llollne had a few more urglar
les last evening.
Blener Bros, hare a nice fKrt
aeat of novelties.
Call at Blener Bros', and see their
line of fine jewelry.
See Llord A Stewart's line of straw
hats before bnring.
For fine jewetrj go to Blrncr Bros.,
1708 Second nvenoe.
Anything for the bou.e you can buy
right at llnckstacilt's.
Fedora hats 75 cents from 7:30 to 8
tonight The London.
A nice "! -octave, rquare piano,
only (50 at Woodyatt's.
Plenty of fresh trawberrics at
Hess Bros', this evening.
Hnesing A Hoeft have some choice
real estate for sale cheap.
91.60 for men's tan shoes at the M.
A K as gmd an others ak $3 for.
12.90 for men's tan-ahoes at the M.
A K. that would cost 4 el(e where.
Remnants of all kinds. 60 per cent
off, at Mclntyre-Kcck Co's tonight.
More bargains in men's ohoos at
the M. A K. bargain establishment.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes, of
Preemption, were in the city today.
Fedora hat!) worth 12.60, between
7:3) and 8 o'clock, 75 cents The Lon
don, Clean house and send your lace
curtains to Tarker's laundry. Phone
Ladies, the latest in sailor hats
can only be seen at Lloyd & Stew
art's. Two dollars for a man's shoe at the
M. A K.. as good as the best 1 shoe
The finest line of ladies' imported
and domestic sailor hats at Lloyd A
Some cspcciallv fine bargains in
men's suits at $3.50, H.0 and $10 at
the M. A K.
Capt. M. J. Grealish. of Bock Isl
and arsenal, has gono to Washington
Fedora hats tonight between 7:30
and M o'clock 75 cents, all shades
Only at the M. A K. can yon find
the pocket supporters in their sum
Mrs. J. V. Bailey and daughter
leave this evening for Omaha on an
Manager Kindt announces another
band concert by Otto s band at the
ricturcsqne America' are you
renins the series? Back numbers at
The Abois office.
Hundreds of people are buying car
pets at HiickRtaetit . Incv save
money by so doing.
Three dollars and-a half for a man's
tan shoe at the M. A K. It would
cost you $5 elsewhere.
: Mayor Kmorv C. Graves and dangh
ter and Hon. II. V. Fisher, of Gene-
seo, were in the city today.
A rood snusre piano, 71-oetavc,
only $50 $5 a month at Wood.
yatt's, 1717 Second arenue.
Fedora hats 75 cents, all shades,
black, brown, pearls and tans, from
7:30 to 8 o'clock The London.
William Scully, formerly of Rock
Island, but now of Troy. N. Y., is in
Koek Island on a visit to friends.
The Adams Wall Paper company
are underselling them all in the wall
paper line. They surely lead in low
Tomorrow you will want to take
baby ont for a ride. Get one of
those nobby carriages at G. O. lluck
staedt's. A new shipment of shade goods
Awmrdei Highest Honors
v T7orld't Fair.
Inst received at the Adams Wall
'aper company's. Wide shades made
to order. v
Don't forget that for parlor suites.
easy airs, coaches, fancy rockers,
or anything for the parlor Hack
staedrs is headquarters. -
Refrigerators are a necessity, not
a luxury. They are money savers if
yon buy them right, and you can at
Too many tan shoes M. A K. are
going too unload now see the beau
lies, boys, thst M. A K. are going to
sell at a sacrifice.
Chief of Police M. H. Sexton re
turned this morning from St. Louis,
where he attended the national con.
vention of police chiefs.
Remember when you want the best
gasoline stoves you can get them at
G. O. Huckstaedt's. A comparison
with others will convince you of that
Just half price, that's all. Mcln-tyre-Reck
Co. will ask you for rem
nants tonight all kinds dress
goods, wash goods, satines, moslins,
Rajah cost the Lemen Bros, over
$25,000. He is the biggest feature in
the show world. He is on exhibition
at all times in the big tent. No ex
tra charge to sec him.
Special rallv service at the B. Y. P.
U. meeting at the First Baptist
chnrch tomorrow evening at 7:30 p.
m Special program. Singing by
the Eberhart quartet.
Sunt. Kembie's report of school at
tendance for the month ending May
11, shows the yearly enrollment to
have been 2,729, average attendance
2,267, cases of tardiness 58.
Summer Wood, the small pox pa
tient at the pest house, has fully re
covered, but it is necessary to retain
him there a couple of weeks in order
to prevent spread of the disease.
F. A. Peterson, an emnlove at
Dimock & Gould's saw mill fell off
the carriage used for carrying logs.
last evening, and was crushed to such
an extent that fatal results may ensue.
The Adams Wall Paper company are
making things move in the wall
paper line. They are receiving new
shipments almost every day, and are
soiling at the lowest priccsin the
Some crest bargains will be of
fered next week in second hand up
right pianos, including such makes
as Estev, Hallct & Davis, new scale
Kimball and Bowl by. Call and see
them at Bowlby's new store.
The voung people of the Chris
tian Endeavor society of the
Christian chnrch will give a
snppcr from 6 1 to 8 o'clock
Thursday evening. May 17, which
will be followed by a program.
The Young People's union of the
Central Presbyterian church will
give a Gypsy festival in the basement
of the church on Tuesday, Mav 15.
A musical program will be rendered,
and ice cream and cake served.
John A. Smith, of Moliqe, died
yesterday afternoon, aged 46 years.
The deceased formerly lived in Rock
Island, and is survived by a wife and
six children. The funeral occurs
from St. Mary's church at 2 p. m. to
l,ov. Aitgcia has issued a requisi
tion to the governor of Iowa for the
return of Elizalcth Susan Davis,
wanted at Cambridge for performing
a criminal operation upon Miss Cora
Davis, from which death resulted
The fugitive is under arrest in Mus
F. F. ilarrigan, a well known and
popular moldcr at the Rock Island
Stove works, has gone to Dcwagiac,
Mich., where he will wed Miss. Anna
Harder, a much admired young lady
of that place, and after a visit to
his old home at Cleveland, will re
turn to Rork Island with his bride.
and this city will be their home.
A flue line of new scale Kimball
pianos just received, and will lie
offered at prices lower than ever be
fore quoted on strictly hrst class in.
strumcnts. Io not be talked into
purchasing a cheap grade piano at
big price, when you can get the best
ami latest improved instruments at a
moderate price and easy terms, by
calling at Bowibv .
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdct. rise
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
eP YIASS TJ& aTAJCDAJtB.
The Western league association
series of home games opens next Fri-
dry, the IHtn, when the Kock Island
and Ites Moines teams will meet on
the home grounds at Twin-City park.
and the occasion will be made a nota
ble one by a parade headed by a band.
and a tremendous attendance is ex
pected at the imrk.
There was but one game played in
the Western association vestcrdav.
and Lincoln won from Jacksonville
by a score of 13 to 2.
BC. B. ft N. HamoMton' Excaralo.
On Mav 8th and 29th the Burling.
ton. Cedar Rapids A Northern rail
way will run two grand homcseekers
excursions from points on its line
south of Iowa Falls, to all points in
northwestern Iowa, Minnesota and
South Dakota, west of and including
lowa rans. Jt win also run excur
sions on the same dates from all
points on its lines to points on other
lines in Northwestern lowa, Minne
sota, North and South Dakota, Kan
sas, Nebraka, Southwest Missouri.
Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Utah,
acw Mexico, Manitoba. Tennessee,
Mississippi, Alabama. Louisiana, Ar
kansas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma
The rate is one fare for the round
trip: tickets limited to 30 days from
date of sale. Stopover is allowed in
the territory described above.
tor, further information, please
call on or address any agent of this
company, or the undersigned.
J. AIORTOX. G. T. & P. A..
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Hoaac-Seckan Excaraoa Itarllngtoa
On May 8 and 29 round trip tickets
w ill be sold at half rates to all points
on the Burlington route in Nebraska,
Kansas, Wyoming, South Dakota and
eastern Colorado. Tickets will be
good for stop-over at any point west
oi me Missouri river on going pas
sage, and will lie limited to 20 days
from date of sale. For pamphlet de
scriptive of western farm lands, send
to P. S. Eustis. General Passenger
agent, C., B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, 111.
Saturday'. Bulletin at McIntyre-ReckCo'a.
At 7 p. ni., handsome new Windsor
ties, half dozen styles, at about half
price. Extra length and width.
At 7 p. m., a splendid lot of rem
nants at 50 per cent discount. The
lot includes dress goods, ratines.
wash goods, sheeting, etc., etc. Bet
ter be on hand.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 9.40; the
The Mack and Hubert Ltadds came
The Lumbcrboy came down with
eight strings of lumber, and the Kit
Carson with 16.
The B. Hershey, Mack and Gen.
Barnard went north.
FartlM at tn. Tower.
The Oakdalo club gave its opening
summer season tiall at the - Watch
Tower laBt evening.' About thirty-
nve couples were present from Kock
Inland, Davenport and Moline, and
refreshments were served by Mana
ger Kindt, of the Tower Inn.
The next dance of the Tri-City
Dancing club occurs at the Tower
A BOY DROWNED.
Keeta Sa4 Fate, White Faay-
tmg Hear tat attrar.
Mahi Modde. a bo IS rears of aire
and eon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mndde
residing on Twenty-fourth., and Tine
streets, was drowned shortly after 1
o'clock thjs afternoon, near the foot
of Eighteenth street.
The boy, with a companion about
his own age, was playing on the rand
barges of Contractor Darling, and in
jumping from one to another, he
missed his 'Tooting and fell into the
river. He quickly disappeared from
sight, his little straw hat floating on
the water near where he went down.
Draffgtaf the Klrer.
The proper appliances were se
cured and as soon as possible the
work of dragging the river for the
body was begun, bnt up to a late
hour this afternoon without success.
Parka Sam Car
for the liver and kidness. The only
guaranteed cure for kidney troubles,
emoves the uric acid. Cures rheu
matism. -Try it. Sold by Harts A
Ullemeyer. , " -
STOVES HDD EBB
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes to
The Snooner com nan v (rare an e-r-
- , 1 r-
cellent play last evening in the spe
cialties of which Bob Conwcll and
Cecil Snooner led. The company
completes its engagement this even
Fair weather and growing warmer:
r. J. Y alz, Observer.
KX YOU Di KEKDT
Want a mk
Want boarder .
Wirt a imrtuer
W.nt a .Huatlon
Want to rent map
Want a arrvant girl
Want to nil a farm
Want to Mil a bouae
Want to exchange anything;
Want to veil household sooda
Want to make any real estate loan.
Want to eell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
UBS THX8K COLUMNS.
MB ItATLY AHQUS DBLTVERKD AT YOUB
ooorewrr oventng lor loe per week.
OfT A WATCH CHARM CONTAINING TWO
a .noo. iceturn hi tin. office -
ANTE Tt A SITl ATlOKI A" A COPYIST
Snnuire SIS Seventeenth street.
TJOR BALK CHEAP T1RKK SKnONO-HAND
. KocDrncr bmrner r&.r. in fnnd roTialr e.
ifuirc at lu.a umcc.
VJTAHTED TWO OR THREE DESIRABLE
v mom. wun board for four tMmnn. At.
ore, r. . c. AHut'i omce.
IT ANTED-, 4 SM t RT IN fELUO ENT TOC SG
ww, nrniK Rim nnpiT nexwern
p ami n mnit.T moraine t room .u, jtiicnai 1
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II ANAOER WANTED TO AP -OI NT SA BU
Sfl men tn sell the Rapid Iwh W.nhrr. Wcahc.
an J arici. ine atsne In too minutes withnnt wet-
IV w tc Bnxvr. . SerrntT-Sve doll am a awk .nil
all exnvnww. Eay pom'ton : no cnp l.l ; no bard
an;ai axe ami a went. AOnre.. w. I".
tiarri.ua vo , i-iera jio. m, comma., oblo.
3. E. KEIDT.
T. B. KEIDT.
Boom 4., Mitchell & Lynde Building,
They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that can
testify to their.merits.
1815-1617 8EC03JD AYESUF,
Bnt to make Ice Cream and
Fruit Ices that are palatable
and delicious is another
thing. To get the best re
sults is to get it from KRELL
& MATH, who understand
how to make it, and they
can give you any flavor you
wish for, and in a'l the lit
We aim and claim to make
the finest Fountain Driuks
in the city, using nothing
but Pure Fruit Juices and
nice rich cream in every
glass, and on Phosphates we
excel. Our crushed Fruit
Pulps are of the finest fresh
fruits, and when used in Ice
Cream Soda, they cannot be
equalled. We have a nice
parlor for ladies and gentle
men to sit and enjoy their
soda, and at the came time
pass away a few idle mo
ments. When tired or weak,
try Krell & Math's ice cream.
it will refresh you.
kul & turn
d 1718 Second At.
M c in tyre-Reck Dry Goods cn
, .1- , - a
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Curtains this week at prices which cannot but tempt
and capture you. Our cash did wanders in the mar
ket, and we are able to offer Lace Curtains at less
than they cost at wholesale last year.
Lot 1 Sixty pairs of well made Curtains, pretty de
signs, per pair 25c,
Lot 2 Three special numbers, worth much more,
our prices, 89c, 99c, $1.32.
Lot S Three special values in Notinghams. At
fl.49, 3 yards long, 58 inches wide, showy patterns
(one enrtain to a window is enough) compare with fl
curtains elsewhere, only 1.49.
At fl.99, curtains you would think cheap at $2.62,
60-inch wide and 8j yards long, $1.99.
At $2.63, Brussels effects, extra large Curtains, we
ask you to compare with $3.50 Curtains elsewhere,
$2.68. More and better values in a variety of prices.
Lot 4 About 50 pairs of Brussels. Saxony, Irish
Point and other Curtains, slightly soiled, at just half
price: $8 Curtains, $4; $6 Curtains, $3; $4 Curtains,
$2, etc. We carry a full line of Brussels, Saxony,
Irish Point and other Curtains at bottom prices.
Our Chenille Curtains were never so hands
so cheap as they are now. We quote for this 184
Twenty pairs with full dado and dui,u T
worth $6, while they last $3.92. Sixteon pair, l
and better, usually $8, our price $4.42 i .i.'- T'
at $4.00. worth double. blti lot
. The Sew Wrinkle In Chenille Portieres
Curtains in one and for the price of one
uesi ining ior araping doorways. Ask to u. V0!
We bought them at a bargain, and tho . tbf,Ii.
;.i v . "'s
reduction in price all new goods.
Chenille Covers One lot handsome frino
on Tuesdav morninr. nnlv ) i :
the il.50 kind. R. A nnM mi. T 1 C0Trt
, uiucr va.ucs v
you will appreciate at sight- "
The newest things in Swisses, coin spot mn
Madras, Sultana draperies, silkolines, Ramee
sash curtains aud draperies. ' fot
D'Esprit and plain Brussels nets for Curtains
widths at greatly reduced prices. Curtain poles'Yi
and fixtures, chains, hooks, rods, pins, etc in
variety. With every pair of Curtains, value fT'
over, we will give a handsome pole ami fixture i W
plcte, ready for hanging. ' oai-
B. Wonday morning and while it lasts, one C!m f
best Morqnito Set, Be per piece. " or 5W Pn,
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Poles and trimmings
This indicates that the bottom has been reached.
We've certainly touched bottom in the price of our
CARPETS. We are way up, though, in the tree top,
and a very high tree at that, in the duality, extent
and variety of our stock.
Our aggregation of Carpets comprises:
Velvets, Body Brussels, Roxburys,
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
: : : if you can
It's an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at $S, or even $2; or a child's suit at SI, or even less;
or a pair of men's trousers at 69c, but match these qualities at the price, if you can:
Match our men's suits that we have placed on sale at $, $6.90, $7.50 and $10. We have cheaper grades as well
but we call particular attention to these lines, because-they are exceptionally good values, well made, good trim-
s: spAenSld fitt,ers nd exce"ent wearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that we are selling
at bc, 98c, $1.50 , $2, $3.50 and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produce the
SSriJl6. sellinS j11 these prices that s it if they can. When you have examined them, you will readily agree
witn us. i hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves."
Match These Shirt Wrists 1 lc, 1 Jc, 25c, 38c and 50c Knee Pints 9c, 1 c, 18, 25c and 49c.
wrdlyu?aiimLheyrare matchles,s quality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt you
2XSir?i.U5 u l?11"? jrom. "s' y.,u know tha we c.arry nly the best of everything no shoddy no imitations
matters not what riced article it's good, right up m appearance, good for wear.
Underwear.... 19c Men's
Underwear 25c Men's
Underwear 1 89c Men's
Underwear 48c Men's
Straw hats 15c Men's
Straw hats 25c Men's
Straw hats 60c Men's
Men's pants f 1 25
Men's pants 2 50
Spring overcoats 7 50
Spring overcoats I 10 0
Spring overcoats 13 50
Spring overcoats 16 50
Spring overcoats 18 00
Again we say: Match them if you can if you find an article at the me W rwc n,r rnt better in
trimming, m fit, m style, in every particular but how will vou know? Comoarison telU the tale: there
fore compare, that's all we ask
Could anything be fairer?
vieTr' ir "lthat WC ha7if ?n all others. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothin- and
vice versa. If no other reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?