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Insure with Hueiing Hoe ft.
Band concert at the Tower Sunday,
Balloon ascension at tho Tower
Prof. C. Mi. Foss anil wifo are vis
iting at Swoopc, Va.
Miss Kate Scully ha returned
from her visit to Dus Moines.
Kindling, dry ami green, for sale
DT fc. . SIcKown. .'Phone 1198.
Tbe Ahois World's fair scries Is
a popular demand. Preserve it.
Money to loan on real estate sccur
lty. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
McDonald, the lit
a free exhibition at the Tower Sun.
The stage of water at the Rock Inl
and bridge at noon was 3.00; the tem
Ficturcgqne America are you
retting the series? Back numbers at
Tnt Alt (its oilice.
Miss Birdie Aslilmugh. of Eau
Claire, Wis., is staving in the city
on a few days visit."
M'estcrn w heels are the best, and
they are outselling all other grades.
Call at McIIugh's and sec them.
Urs. J. C. Hughes and J. A. Gib
bons, of Keokuk, spent the Fourth
with lr. Comegys in Kock Island.
ricturcsqtio World's Fair," the
best published. The Aitots Is now
disposing of at 16 cents a number.
Join the iK'lsarte class at the Rock
Island Business university and cure
yonr nervousness and become grace
ful. Mrs. Charles fiantccr entertained
quite a number of her lady friends
on Monday, the occasion brini her
Reidy Bros, have made arrange
ments to take charge of the real cs.
tate business of the late (leorsre W.
Have just received a new shipment
of wheels, and will be pleased to have
bicycle riders call and sec them Mc.
Hugh's ticket ollii e.
The people of Andalusia and Buffa
lo Prairie townships are agitating the
subject of a new postollice between
Andalusia and Illinois City.
The tri-city barge party on the
Schnienlicrg anil barge " Tuesdnv
night proved a much enjoyed affair.
fcchillinger'B orchestra furiii.shcd the
Engagements formed for public
and and private reading by those
who make a specialty of the work at
the Rock Island Business university.
A man. whoso name could not be
learned, feiKIT a street car on Molinc
avenuo. near Thirty-eighth street,
yesterday afternoon anil severely
sprained h's anklu.
Joseph Ilettigcr and wife of
Kenrdstown. spent yesterday the
guests of Mr. and Mrs". John a". Mar
tin. Mr. Ilettigcr is a conductor
on the B. A O. road.
Miss Henrietta Utke dird Tuesday
evening of malarial fever, at her
home. tf:J') Fifth avenue. She was 12
years and H months old. The funer
al was held this afternoon.
The I". V. I. will hob) a musical
at the rooms in Carsn block tonior
raw evening. Mrs. Thomas Casey
and Sir. and Mrs. Henry Sehillinger
will contribute to the program.
Tho brick Is liein delivered on
Twenty-third and Seventeenth streets
by the National Clay company for
tho furthering of the paving im
provement on those two thorough
Special classes in Delsarto and
physical culture for ladies, misses
ami children at the Kiick Island Busi
ness university at iiiiil-siiniimr tu
ition price. Call on or address J.
M. J. Mi Hnirv received. Tuc-dav
evening, bis commission ns postmas
ter at Moline, and vesterday he en
tered fully Uwn his duties, a most
appropriate manner of celebrating
the glorious Indcpemlanee day. "
Ifoldy l'.ros. have made arrange
ments toe the purchase of the real
estate and insurance business of the
late George W. D. Harris, the trans
ient me iirtr.nl Mr A Mutnal In
surance company being made today.
On Tnesday night about 12 o'clock
some of the rnilni.id men aliout the
C. K. I. P. yards brought out a
hand-ear and two anvils and came
down the street car track. They
had. beside the anvils, numerous
fireworks, and they celebrated in
During the month of June the
mean tcmperaturu was 7o; tho Iiigb-
wardodl Hicboat Honors
TAB ARGU& THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1034.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Oeam of Tart it Powdct. Fice
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
4 YEARS THfc STANDARD.
est 93. on the 13th, and the lowest
44, on the Ctb. There were 14 cloud
loss days, 13 partly cloudy and three
T-l. .. .1 i
. luuuuviBiuj ma ui'uu rreu on
the 16. 16. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27
and 83. The total precipitation was
A vory pleasant party was ar.
ranged to celebrate the Fourth out
near tbe M'atch Tower by some of
our well known business men. Tho
order of the day was music and sing
ing by the Symphony Mandolin club,
and a base ball game in tbe after
no n. Christ Schriener's clnb de
feated SiitcliftVs nine by a score of
35 to 28. The batteries were Schrien
er and Eckardt. and Hutchens and
SutclilTe, Mrs. Tony Eckart act
ing as umpire. The features of
the game were Scbricncr's home
run and Sutcltffc's 1-handed catch.
Roek lalnml Won en and (.out One mt
,, , piayL Won. Ixigt.
Llncnlna M st
Omaha. Hi sii m
Hork IflHititp... 51 tH aa
Jararonvillva M s m
Hi Jtnaiib. M il) g
I'rnrla M Sf7 Sii
Pes Motncs M S4 S
Unincia..... m u as
Rock Island tmik n sniirt vi..iafil.
and played a good game. In the
mormnir Lincoln out .I.-iv Ami ram.
over its shoulders and ran away
with him. The score was as follows:
lnmni.. 1 j ....
Rock Inland 1 o 11 anno 3 K
L-tcc ln 4 s o 0 0 0 314
I1.II.tI.. -.I.... . .l u.A. .
(wer. H.-ahits- Kiick Mand, 14; Lincoln. SO.
trnir Hoc llaiu, S; Liucilo, 1.
The afternoon game was oh! so
different. Kilont Snnii.r ,.;..tw..l ....
- - - - - ........ mi,-
of his games, and it was a beaut.
oi a Lincoln crossed the rubber.
That story is summed up as follows:
I'm a Irlind. 6 u o a o u u 9 n
Lluoln u 0U00U0UI n
Hnllcrlr. Him lr r
Pr. fr Mi-U.)ck lnU. II ; Liucolu. 4
t.rtnr Kiick Island. 4; I.lnruln, ft
At St. Joe Morniiir- mm .Toot-
sou ville. 2: St. .Ine 7. Adprnnnn
game Jacksonville, 2; St. Joe, 2.
At Omaha First rrnme. flni
Omaha 18; second game IJufncy,
10: Omaha. 14. At Dcs Moines
First frame. Peoria. 5: Ues Moine-
4; second I'ame. lVorin. 7- Iw
At Lincoln no p-amo: rnin t
St. Joe Jacksonville, IX; St. Joe. 5.
At Ics Moines Peoria. II? IW
Moines. 9. At Omaha nn fniiii'
The Jackson villi's nrrivn.l fi!a
morninir. Thev Iiiav a 3-i'anie seriia
' . -i - -
Kreif. the now lir-1 li'iomon nr tl.
T .... . " ....... V. t 1 1
U-ek Ii-laml team, arrived this morn
ing, uccompnnietl ly his w:fe.
The Situation in Kork Island About tbe
The C. It. I. & P. had tu'n tri iiiu
west Vftfttrnlav and Inst
while all trains arc scheduled to run
today, rnsscnger trains Nos. 11 nnd
3 came west yesterday, while Nos. 6
I o In T - -
i. ami - weui east.
The strike is at n st.imlst ill in Knot-
Island at nrcaent. nncl u-lmt tlm nut.
come, of the switchmen's action on
Monday evening, will be is unknown.
It is understood.
the men have been called upon to go
to work, and on their rcfusi.I in iln
so. they have been discharged, so
that although many of the men ob
jected to going oiiCstill they had to
against their wishc3, and in conse
quence arc Uisiiuss-mI.
A Merret Hrannn .
The A. II. IT. IlI'M n ninnlln,, ..n
Tuesday evening in Hillicr's ball? but
Wliat action WHS tnLl.II III llliLnna n
as tlie session was a , secret one, al
though it had bceu previously an
nounced as public.
(tcorirc Smith, a former suit Hi en
gine lircmnn on tho Rock Island, has
tiecn arrested and held in bonds at
l.lue Island for interfering with the
trnnsit of mail trains and interstate
commerce. A test case is to be made
7 he mail Clerks on the Rurlincrton
road are feeling the effects of the
strike coming out of St. Louis, their
overburdened cars and increased du
ties In handling tlie business of at
least three roads, arousing within
them the prayerful hope for nn early
settlement of the present troubles.
The snme may Ikj also said of the
express messengers and baggagemen.
w hether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a Imttlc of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas
antly and effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For salo in .r0c and $1 littles
by all h ading druggists. Manufact
ured by the California Fig Syrup
(ienerally fair weather and cool;
very little change in temperature.
F. J. Wai.z. Observer.
A lllntto Voiinc Men.
Ata,bow irrvalvnt arc those dreal dkeasr
which make men ptematnrelr gd, pile, llrt
les, low rplrilvd, langi!i. ea I'jr tired, f orget
fulanilln apnble; 111 m .dluuses aid atrcll the
lisuotaaie'dcs; separate huelnnd ard wives;
bring untold lUlTerinx lo million; and even unto
the trinl and fonnb generation.
A complete an 1 rc'entlSc treatiae on these ail
rornrs. rrtpaixd tif an arsoolat'on of medical
mi-n who I ave h ul vast eiiwricnon In thuir trent
nent and Rtvat ucce-a in llioir cure, will be
nia led In p'ain acalrd enrelone. tec arc from ob-
rcrvjtliHi, to acjr rnffiirer rtml.ni; 10 cents (the
cis" oi po-inn eocloeii wuh lli.s nolioe. to
won a iitnnssrv arrJi -al aior'at n
Of the Roek Ithuid PabUe Library Board
The library board held its regular
mommy meeting Tuesday evening.
It was also the annual meeting, and
u. naiicer was re-elected presi-
ueni, ana o. w. Welch secretary.
The president appointed the follow-
Hooks Welch, Johnson, Foss.
Finance Larkin. Carter, Durham.
Periodicals Johnson, Smart, Dur
ham. Rooms Smart, Larkin, Carter.
Rules Foss, Welch, Paul.
S. W. McMastcr, chief donor of the
geological specimens heretofore re
ceived by the library board, sug
gested that the specimens be donated
Secretary Welch submitted a copy
of the annual report to bo presented
lo the council and it was approved.
The librarian's report for Mny and
June was as follows:
It. l Rion and Philosophy..
Science nml ?efiil A mm
Social Mcim ce
After the meeting, the members
adjonrnod to Krell & Math's, where
ice cream and cigars were indulged in.
AFTER THE GRIP,
pneumonia, fovers, or other dcbilitntinr; diss
eases, your quickest way to get fle-b and
strength is with Dr. Fierce' Gulden Medical
DiK-ov-ory. That gives purity to your blood,
cad rapidly ouilUt, up lost Cesh and strength.
Mrs. NeaIh or Crock,
ett Afls, 3Vnn.. hod
nn attack of measles,
followed by &r?i
chitu und nnrumo
writes: "I feel (rratl
fced with tho effect ot
ymir wonderful medi
cine. I enn recommend
it 10 any Dudy. and ted
i' a tloing them Ins
ure, my wile was not
Ittblc to perform her
bouBeliold duties for
six months. rlie has
Golden Medical riscov,?ry.' llud is now able
to do all her work. I think It the finest
njediclne in tho wor d, and I nm. irrntefully.
your life-long friend, J.U. K EAL."
OB PIOM:V KETt'KNED.
. KK 1UU IN KKD?
Want a cn.k
Want a tartnr
W'atit a dllUMtion
Want to rent roomn
Want a wrvant etrl
Want to sell a farm
Want to will a botimj
Wmit to exchurec anythinar
Want te mil hotitH!ho!ri Kooda
V am to make any reaiextatc lemna
Want to sell or trade tor anything
Wain to flud cuatomera for anything
TSK TUSK COLCMNS.
1HK PAILT AHOC8 DELIVERER ATTOUB
. door every eTem nc for l()c tier wet k.
VFAXTED TWO YCrXfJ LADY lllI-
cians. Apvly at ai.r M!tccn!li utreet.
WANTED-EMrLOTMEST BY KMS SI.IZA
OCth Dei-ker. tniiliutf.. Pu.l.ls..fln .
. UVIUVUI.Ii i ,
FOK SALE CnEAP-A OOOD OltGAN, NEAR
ly new. For nariiculara ci quire at Aiiuc
AGENTS W ANTKD-YOt N(i MEN (H T OK
nit.lllVmettt a II II mi.k. n I a.
l lrriCllliirfi iidrirSM nrmll nni Ik Uv.i i.i.
M.Ian. III. '
1IANAUEK WANTED Ti APPOINT RAl.ER-
111 tnen lo m-ll tile Itaniil llili U'..UI. vi-..i
and dries liie di.hes in io iniinttcH without wet
tiiiR the linirura. 7.i a we, a and all , xiM-tmee.
,J J?"""1"": r" cai.ii.ii; no hard work: cn
Biake?l(() a wei-k. All. Ire W. I II. t
Co., Clerk No. II, Columime, Ohio.
Ladies, call and see
Latest and the
in FUR CAPES. All
kinds of repairing on
Fur Goods at
This is the best lawn
sprinkler on the market.
It will sprinkle a space
40 feet in diameter. Can
be adjusted to sprinkle
the full circle or just one
half. Call and see them.l
1615-1617 SEC0XD AYEJTTJE,
IS THE GREATEST
FRIEND TO WOMEN?
Krell & Math
Becanse they sell cakes, pas
try and buns so cheap that
it saves them the trouble of
Besides . . .
Helping them to please their
company when they have a
party, by supplying' them
with the linest ice cream and
We Gan ....
Make any kind of ice cream
or fruit ices you may wish
for, and put it up in the
If You Want . .
Something new, try a two
quart brick of Diplomat. t
is the latest and sure to
please you and your com
pany, and U costs no more
than the plain ice cream.
We Want . . .
To please you. Try us.
0ELL & WL
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE
1716 and 171S Sooond At,
CL0Q3 POESQM SSrsXTS
I . , Kaetc Rem-
iUUf inuCT su riity. rci. JU capital.
fOaiUvr pr.wjt. auni l(-r- book. illastrtl frmr
lib frrxn pel curat. fr iy nail Whn HotSDnoo
!m4 nrcury fui. hr Mnio Remedy win
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goodsco.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
THE FOURTH OF JULY
With many a merchant marks the end of the busy
and the beginning of the dull season. Not o
with as. Our plan admits of no dull time, and our
every effort shall be directed toward riaking July a
better month than June and August better than Jul v.
This is one way, the only one by which this can be
done, and that is by offering the purchasing public
values so great at prices so little that buying now will
prove a real saving to your pocket-book."
This week we open the campaign with a canxox-
ADE OF POl'BLE SHOTTED BARGAINS which you will
have to snap np quicklv ere thtev arc gone.
Will re-eivo a broadside.
16c and 18c
25c and 28c
32c and 3oc
Mitts at 6c
" " 19c
Values you Uon't often see at 33c, 38c, 42c, 48c, etc.,
up to the iinest qualities. Plain knit and milanese
mits, extra size mitts in a variety of prices.
The new white embroidered Mousquetaire mitts and
the black button Mousquotaire are the latest novel
ties, ask to see them. 1 on would do well to
a summer supply at the prices we name on silk mitts I n'.n,- .!" b?u' 'J " you wi,i imttai the bare
- vwu wun: uim mc BUKOM CLnuebl n nor nruw
In our wash goods department this week.
10 pieces rreponette, splendid goods, hand
patterns, worth 18c at 10c.
We throw in another lot of those 10c and 12c dark
ground pongees which created such a furor last wort
30 pieces French organdees, extra wide. fat co.r
6 pretty designs, 10c quality, at 6c, and a lot more 'e
can't name now.
A FEW MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Children's dresses nicely made in pink and Iduestriiied
wash goods, shoulder ruffle and all complete for jut
?5c. They would be very good value indeed at 4 -15
pieces half wool challi", 1 8c qnality, nice designs
only 7Jc a yard. 10 yards to a customer. If you want
belting ribbon in white, cream and colors we have it
Nice new pongees received on Saturday. Come in
this week; you'll find lots of items both intereMin -and
profitable for vou.
Wc have decided to continue for one more week our
great sale of 25c and 50c muslin underwear. Remem
ber that after this week what is left of these srooda
... : l j i. i.i . . i , ... ... .
-in xn-. ai me usual prices, ami it will be simplv
Impowlhle tn bur inch clciaitly made and trimmed irirnwn'a for J u.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
A Surprise for You
Bed Room Suits
We desire to make room for a large stock
of goods bought at a big sacrifice, and for
this week we will offer the following suits:
A FINE CURLY BIRCH SUIT, hand caned, with 26x42
French plate mirror, cheval style, worth $75,
sale price $54.
A FINE CHERRY SUIT, hand carved, with 28x30 French
plate mirror, extra good values at $45, sale price
A BEAUTIFUL Quarter-Sawed OAK SUIT, French
style dresser, 2SX34 French plate mirror, regu
lar price $5;, sale price $44.50.
A NOBBY CURLY BIRCH SUIT, with 30x36 plate French
mirror, a bargain at $;o, sale price $57.
A LARGE QUARTER-SAWED OAK SUIT, with 30x40
French plate swinging mirror, good value at $100
sale price $S2. And many others.
Don't Judge Them Until Yen See Them,
Until further notice we close at 6:20, except Saturday.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
The House Furnisher.
Packard Pays the Loss . .
Customers Get the Benefit
M. A. P ACKARD & Co. of Boston, Mass., one of the largest manufacturers of Gentlemen's Fine Shoes, took
an order from a defunct retail concern, and made to their special order a lot of Fine Footwear. Just as the
goods were in readiness to be shipped Packard & Co. found that they were about to be swindled, and the re
sult was they refused to ship the goods. A few weeks ago we closed a deal with this popular manufacturer
for the entire lot, at a great loss to Packard & Co., which we are now giving our patrons the benefit of.
Packard's haml-scwcd Cordovan Shoes, finest qualitv, sold the world over at 6. only
Packard's $5 Patent Leathers, in tlie Kejjcnt and new (ilolie Toes, with tip, only
Packard's 3 quality of Kotieson Calf in tho new Recent Toe Lace and Congress, oniy".!"..
Packard's $3 quality of Tan Bluchers, Pieadillv and Graham Toes, only ...."
Jn addition to the nliove immense bargains we have placed on sale are a lot of Tan Shoes worth fully t2 at
An excellent, linn nf Moii'd Si.n.l llnlT vlw..u ot.m il... u i a . ... . 3 ' "
- " fc- ..... vuu W. -I . puujc viuci
lier dealers would charge fl.5U for, at.
... 2 50
... 2 00
. . 1 SO
.. 1 00
Gentlemen in need of Fine Footwear will find this an excellent opportunity, one they may never have again.
Now is your time, boys you will find it a comfort, pleasure and economy to
Wear Wl &. K. Shoes.
Malntlreu-, Kaflilo.N. Y