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TflE ARGUS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,
Ti Imn tatt Mooa la Ca rprtrt
at to IkH aaa ri a4 a3 tail,
t . tar a a b'aaaa'.r U!
' T tk toan flr.'t atkaraaua kit.
Pay ft home ot Reidy Bros.
Choice orao;re9 at He Bros.
Inure with Huesing A lloeft-
A choice Hc o California fruit at
Mhisa peaches ht the basket at
Mich' -a peaches br the bafcet at
California peaches, pears and plum
Children's suits "i: at Simon &
Men's d'met shirts 10c at Simon &
Trof. Richard tanill left for Chi
cago this morc;n.
Home-made bread. caVej and pies
at li;. Secon-1 avenue.
Ten do'.lar f r a suit worth $15 at
f irnen 4k MoeD?e!der.
Tns Ar.c.t World's fair series U
la popular demand. Preserve it.
A well made n:a- suit for
at Vision & Mvs rfc'.der's.
Money to loan on real ctate eeur
ity. Apply at Jxc'xtca A Hurst's.
The V.i.e I.ula K-h and Etta
Schr.tiW hive jr-ne to Bow li:: f ;r
a 2-wek" vi;t.
Otte" military tan I plays at Hln
chr'. Elm trect sttneer garden
Try apaircf thoe men" pant,
warranto! net to rif. price 47c, at
; -n M nf -l-ier .
Men. William Hart. Clarence
Blaaley. M. A. Mee'. and Charles
lippiocott have returned from the
National Wheelmen's tourr.&mint at
!r. William f.F.niry and chil
dren, acerst-anied ty Ler father.
Jci;n CIcary tf New OrK-ans. re.
tiircd from a week' visit in Ford
county I-t eveiia .
lo net worry your wife with mend
Joe pant whn yon can buy a pair,
warrastel S'.t t rip. 1 r i'c, at Si
tnan A M wsfci ier .
The furr:.". rf the 2-wek-old
eh:', i cf fr. and Mr. Fr-1 firuns
wijf ofrv.TTfl je-ttrday afternoon
from the rMe:!C-. ill Fifth :rel.
The iat'.rant wa made in the La
th ran eir.rtery.
Therareti b c:ne iatfretin2
running rs.- un ler the auspice of
the Fn'.tcn Trr.tt'.n I'ark a- iation
Au. 21. Tur-e anio:;nt; to
l.i have x.--n r'Ttrel ard the
err.t prt.s;:e tj af.ra?: nsirv from
The democ ratic foniitti e of the
Thirty-thirl iat-.ria: !:-trict ha
ic J a ra 1 for a convection ia
Is'an ! at 1 p. ra. 7hur !t. An . SO.
ta-' sr-.e (lite a ti.t c-rrreiona.
eomaitt. t" nr-mirate f iididates
fcr aat:'r and r-j r---r.i.v e.
A French ch'ol wii l-e opene-1
Mon!r. epU 3. Fr' tn 9 to 12 a.
m. will be d-Tcted to touh? child-
r a. aad fr .m 4 to 6 tk m. to adait.
Term ail. f.T r-r month. For
further information a Jdr. M!s M
P. Vineeat. l'iT Sixth avenue, or
Pyra Drnrr, t f lrnrr township.
tO'lar bronchi in --me amti".- of
(r Taian mi.itt jr:wa on hi. farm
which t-er eviiienn- thai this kind of
fee.J wi.l pn out a'.i riht. no matter
what the con iitijn 'f grains. The
millet Mr. IrrT jrow will, ht
thinks, produce four tor. to the acre.
Mr. arah Johaj-toa, of Milan,
was btforc a jarr compo-eil of V. F
N;rboloa. J. 1MaMin. JohnSb.rlbr.
Charlt- o.vrmaa. F II. Wright and
I)r. J. F. Mvers, to'iar. leins: tried
as to her 'anity. Th- inrr returned
a verdict that t'li'i sj inace and
ordered that he - conimltte'l to the
bop:tal at Jackon viiie. whither she
wili if taken tomorrow bv t r hus
Prairie chicken 'hcotir. in Iiiinois
promise? to te b tti r this M-a'n than
for rme vear t'at. The birds
neted earlr, o-:a to the warm
weathr and the rain were not sufii-
f iently heary to food out the nests
The ren;t i thatnearlv evervhen is
now followed aW:t br a full brrol
of younj tbifkens which will be bi;
and strong windod when the shoot
ing M-aon oj-ns Sej.t. 15.
Thousands of new patrons have
taken ii ,oU . bart3):ir:..a tbi eaon
and realxei it neiit in blood pun
teti anj strentii retorea.
Cheap: well.-1 rhouM remark.
Mn's past, warranted not to ri
47c, at Simon & Mosenfelder'.
Awarded Hihett Honcrs
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream oi Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or an other adulterant.
THE WAR AND THE MISSIONS.
Wtter They Arm Locate aad the rwHI
Etctt coe interested ia mission work
ia eastern Aia will watch with concern
the war which has ja-t broken ont,
anxious lest any personal friendj be ia
Luur and mission rnterprises be ecti
oosly hamptTed. The fact that all three
countries inTclved are xai?i'a fields
au-1 that the rrotninent cirics cf all are
oecxried with a greater or less force of
miioaarie makes it ncccirsary to look
at the itoa:ion fairly and candtdiy.
In Korea the Prebvtoriaa boiird oo-
cnpit Seoul, Fnaa and Oensan on the
east cca?t and Prens-Yang in the in
terior. Of IW Fusan and Gcnsan are
the only pl-ccs liable to injury from
the Japan-sc fi-ct. Eat the wcrk in
both place is com parati rely recent and
not o wll ctnbH-hel as at Seonb The
Mvtbodir lioard has littla established
wcrk oatsido cf Seoul and has with
drawn all its mis.-i.Darics from the in
terior staticus to that citv.
The Society For the Prorasation of
the Goe-p. 1, Chcrch uf England, has
.3n!e mi-ioncnf at SVonl and Che
mulpo. In St'cnl the missionaries are
pracrically saf a being nndor tho cara
cf th-j United States legation and the
pTotertion tf Unit.U States soldiers
from the hip-cf-war at Chemulpo, the
pert cf SeoaL So fir as Korx-a U con-
cirneii. therefore, there neid Us no great
In Japr.n the rrinciral prrt that mar
ftnr attack from the Chinese fleet u
Naja-ii, occapicd Iv tho R??yrm(A
Dutch) church, the Mcthodi-t EFii"co-
rl church and tha Church Missionary
x;oty cf En?lnL it l prolablc, hovr-
eroT, acctroins to the late-t rfivcts.
that the foreign fi jeta will rrctcct this
city, and thus tho rr.iit narica there
need f xxr no rxrta-k. The same may be
said cf Yokohama and Tokyo, vrh-.re al
mst all cf th3 Uiis.icuary boonls are
Attention vrill be cvpccial'.T attracted
to China, fcr there, a.-:do from the lan
pr cf injnry from the Japanese fi t-s
thr re Ls the still prea: r '. ac.tr of inju
ry from the hostility cf the pcorle. The
ac::oa cf the foreign covimments in
rciuc the nvatralirr cf the ports tf
Amry, Canb.n. Ninppo, Chiu-Kin"
Fc hau. SLnpl;:. Hankow and Ticii
t.in. all cf which ar mi-ioa stations
r ;:ovts tne timatii.a v.-rv n:n.:h. as
re are very fcwothcrciti?s alon the
cra.-t that mi.hr nffcr from an attack.
al::i-st the rr.ly one cf importance be
in? Ch fa, where the Prc-sbvrr:aa
chnrch and the China Inland mission
hare a lzxp force of labcrc-n tad cua
sid rable rr""r:rtv.
The pr -ntcst (hu;-r. bewevcr. to the
rr.i.;i.::ar:.'. v.o have said, is not
from the Japanese fi-.-ts, but frc-m the
ho-tiliry of the Chim-se to all for-. ifrr. rs
vrirhcat Cizvrinz di-tincticn b-rween
Euripf ar.s anl Atm rictins cn the oco
hand and tho hated Japanct. InJe-pewurnt.
The Carta's Imra.
The curtain has leea finally drawn
LOST TO OMAHA.
KfTor tk Came f thm T1m' Mft Tc-terdar.
MXk Uludf M
rwn - 44
Omil 4 4 i
JcouTie... rt 45
Lieonht ........ 3 44 45
lie Moist ii IX a..
(toincr-- fi 31 tS
Rock Island's error and Omaha's
careful work produced the result of
yesterdav'a game at the Nebraska
metropolis, whereia the Twits weie
defeated. The score:
Rock If iai
1 loteeea s
tototi 10 1-
B':rtt Mi-.ck mod Sjr: AhM u4 Mcr.c.
f- hf-Hnck l-iard. , imii, . m nor-
Bock Iriud, 4; Onukv, I.
Other Western association pames
yesterday resulted: At Lincoln
Quiney. 4; Lincoln, 6. At St. Jo
sephJacksonville. I; St. Joe. 2.
The Peoria-l)e9 Moinea same was
postponed on account c f wet prounds.
and Americas"' is a thin
past, though it may remain ripe in
the minds of rnanv. At o'clock
last evening the sjx-cial train on the
sr.. 1. K v.. neanntr tbe last of Hark-
inon"s army, with the exception cf
the Arabs, left. It is need
les ta sav that the deficit
in the receipts was largely
car.sed br the fact that too rna.iV
viewed the spectacle gratis. Tbere
were too manr who saw it from
housetops and treetops and lookic
toruca and over the fence. It is
e-timated that as manv. if not more.
people saw the performance from
the outside as there were pai l ad
1 ne attacnes pror-crtr remains :n
Prohibit ion Contention.
ice lock isianu countv conven
tion to nominate countv officers wii'
b held at Librarv hall, Moline, Aur
23 at 1 o'clock.
The congressional convention of
the Tenth district will be held cn
the same day at the tame place at
a purjjsc meeting wi:i be tela in
the ball in the evening with ad
dresses br t. E. Andrews, of Ster
ling. Kev. J. G. Evans and others.
II. L. Bi-u.es.
Chairman Central Committee.
lO.r.O t Indiana and Ohio Point.
On Tuesday. An. 2. the Lake
Erie & Western will run an excursion
from Peoria to various ioints in In
diana and Ohio at the rate of 5
This makes rates from Hock Island
(10.50 for the ronnd trip. Full in
formatian as to time of trains, routes
etc., can be obtained at the R. I.
P. depot, foot of Twentieth street.
All members of Carpenters' Union
So. lf.fl, are requested to le present
next Itiursdayat i p. m.,Auj. 23.
Learning to Swim.
A useful device baa been designed for
learning the motions of swimming. It
conssU of a wire etretcbed tightly across
the ewimzning bath. Two .Tooved pul
ley run along the wire, and a rope is
passed through the lower pulley reach
ing to tne surface of the water. A belt
of special make is worn by the pupil,
which, by means of ftwivels and rings.
allows the wearer to lie in any desired
position. As soon as the rwimmer ao
quires the proper motions, the wheel
moves along the wire. This makes the
lesson intereeting and much less fati
guing than the old method of pole and
Parks Sure Care is a positive
specific in all diseases of the liver
and kidnevs. By removing the uric
acid in the blood it cures rheuma
tism. S. B. Bastard, of Carthage, S
Dak., says: "I believe Parks' Sure
Cure excels all other medicines for
rheumatism and urinary disorders."
I Sold br Hartz & Ullenieyer.
DOCTORS ENDORSE IT.
An Fnilnent Physician of Arfcanaaa,
v -whit nr marmajpie vurra
SUimpo. La Fa-icttr Ox, Ar.
Dr. V. V. Pier.-:
Lmr Sir I -iij air tbt
tn yon, ttiat Concuropuna
t" lrilitrr ia my wile
family: ftn- hT al
rf3vly d-4 witb tne dts
rue. Mr wife has a laa-ts-t.
Mrs. E. A. tltary.
ttut was taken with oon
curnpttn. fr uat-d your
-OoiOL-n K-viK-al Lniv
eiy." an.1. to the ur
!rw ot b-r tranr frit-D.ls.
oln b-ifl hrm'oahr
lrm th l'jtur. acl wr
eien-r intl a fct-r u
inz f )v - Goi J. n Mo4i0
liii.-TV.-ry." I rnr.--nh-4
t. hr liain? it .rj .
n-Mr-rrA her. Pb h: had tx i-rn.p. in oi
cortjumr-tiori for ttx r.t six Tjra. I'cte
Dnng toig uac-ase cin take n- N-U-r retoe-ir.
our very truly.
RS TOC Ci SSEJ3?
Wat.t mor y
W4.-.1 a c--c
Wat.; a JrtiT
ant to rett room
Want a servant r
Watt to cli a term
Want to :; a norse
Wat; to exeiiac? a- ?tlil:i
Wait te eo'.; tocsch--. A ri
War.t 10 r:te tr.r r-: eta!rf
Wait to atli or trvie lor any-Moc
Wuu to ftri cuvcer for arjliung
rs THRSE OOLTTMKS.
rpH I DaILT AR3CS tSLn"KRBD AT TOCH
ooor t Tv j tcb: ior i per wets.
noK WANTED. APPLY
J ta S-iet
AT 73 TWENTI-
toute work t Il-JS F :rt tnae.
IOST A GP.Ers A"D BED PAuROT.
i HlHTi' rewiri w;"l s c1q i-.a pron
lirtitr ?aaie 10 So.
iil &z.trci atrcc city.
rr-AXT-I AV AG EST IN ROCK ISLAND
If ami a.1 other ctoera u:J temmrT. for or.r
E;t:lc ITti:a.e) ?:xc. h-tse niQttr a
:.t Kradr ie .n tne arlc: r rrj I'M p. r
eet.t: irt! mane v to S.5 al,r. r t f-r rtve
:;ie w.ti T.,urowa n-ime in. tw i.ra coa-
pat. ItT Du:i;r t"et. 1 n:cif i.
Thursday, Aug. 24-
This 'will be the last day in this
city of MRS. JANET JUDSON. the
1 --,', 1
The above is the lead
ing washer of the world.
With it the washing of a
large family can be turned
out in TWO HOURS.
It is a
VERY EASY WORKER.
Call and examine it at
16 1 5-16 1 7 Second Ave.
THERE ISNO CURE.
WE CAN" HELP YOU
GRIX AND BEAR IT.
Here's Our Prescription:
"An occasional indulgence ia
our ice cream, fruit ice,
orange phosphate or ice
cream soda.'1 Krell &
Math cse the finest
crushed fruits and the
purest fruit syrups,
and in ice cream they excel all.
For Your Party
There is nothing nicer than a
brick of ice cream, so
cooling and refreshing
and so easily served.
Every truest rets three
kinds of ice cream,
which is sure to please them.
Try one from
EHELL & MATH'S
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE,
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Trv our bans, r.etter than bread.
Mr Jad'on U the feren:h discn'er of the
reventhAisztter, lx.rn wi:a a Tjl aad the le
carkib t cift of recond (:frit. Kea ! your whole
1 f e like as open book. Asswcra qicciioca on
allafljlrt of h'e. telle of bnrinctc. law. lore and
marriage: tcila it the one you lore is troe or
falK. A'io yonr lucky d&; and locat'on:
g-trer tiam: tell the caaie of the one you will
roarrr. Thig medium cannot be excelled. Ii'cr
rea'Jlt are aoaritrful acd astonihir.ir. Sbe
make the great Erjp-jin claim to give yoa toe
ces Id l-uficersaiid k unite Use ecparaled.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. iu. Located
at 1329 Second avenue.
Insurance and Loans.
Eyy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Koora 4, Mitchell & Lynde Vug.
Mclntyre-Rech Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Prices fro tumbline down in tbe Linen Department.
We quote four specials from among the many:
SO dozen handsome Satin Iarnak Towels, with
knotted fringe, Ida and pink borders, alway hereto
fore 50c, go for this sale at 25c. Just two to a ens-
25 dozen nice, nil Linen Hack Towels, hemmed end
colored borders, s great bargain at lie.
About 5 dozen Huck and Damask Towels in va
riety of style, strictly all linen, new and fresh, worth
32. 35. 34 and 42c. all" go at one price. 25c.
5 pieces real German Cream Table Damask, 72
inch, three handsome styles, often sold ms a leader at
&7c, go per yard at just 69c.
Heavy, soft and leathery. 72-inch, two yards wide,
worth all of $1 per yard, only 69c. The best offering
of the seaon.
A few dozen Silk Dut Cloths. It thin; for
pianos and other highly polished furniture, were 22c.
Quite a lot of other Linen Department specials
which will pay yoa to investigate.
Are the prions of nice, seasonable Wah C,---.
want the room for other pood, an l .cr p
says cot will cut no Cjrure. gm4 mot ra
A aaU lot of sns yar. aka Se Cta'..i... it.
TX yard, far rrt4 Orfaiir aa -trr W,
work at 10c.ro at -e
3" ic Scra-Wa Cm. t i-'t fTgtz'. at.--.,
. r- !' e V-et. r-.B-4 rti. b, t a- . -1.
a, st std I'c. la fvmr tvr.' jt jt-j : "
a-r cr tM la Tvl 0ji wt'xk need ot y i f. -t v
ly tnid an.
ALf w- n-tifjw Vi n. a
atr:r.r.Tt.tcL( .A.:J.i.-Tt4 :c,
Va'.'a a awortava. to Jkk f-ow. A t'-
dtw-at rf a per eett. toarfe. a ail tf .iTex.
Daring the past week we Lav rer tt - -pieces
of ejegant Fall Dr Coo!. r.it
importation. I!andome ?rt frrm
French looms and many ieaut;fal de-ij-, '
5ea own mill. The i-riem are jk.-;".:-. ;t .
yon will 1 iW eiewbere f-r fimiiar
merit, and am"n the as-rt iu.t are - n.- ;
terns which cannot be duplicaitl lat- r. tt.
invite your icpe-tion. It is a piea-ur- f ri.
goods whether yoa purcha-e c-r not.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Iskr.i
Are Right in Line with the Times.
We can't hypnotize you and compel you to ir.sn
our stock. Your own interest and better judgrr..-:
. should bring you here.
Stoves and Ranges,
Oil Cloths, Mattings.
a-. att4ar rcatrx' hav " -- .taJ
t-i- u4 l.iiin tknofe 0-ar-axj trvm
I jatr: rwzrm. tuna vj:r vv
We are complete house-furnishers.
Terms of payment easy.
We close at 6:30 p. m., except Saturday.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
The House l-urnisher.
Tdll ShOCS At &ucea Prices
We have placed on sale our entire stock of Gentlemen's
Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
$6.oo quality reduced to
5.00 " "
4.65 " " - -
2.90 " "...
2.85 quality low shoes reduced to
The TANS must go. We never carry over 600 pairs to sell.