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THB ARGUR MOND AY, MAY
"Simplicity In Mechanics. Iik Pcauty In Composition, rep
resents Greatest Merit.
"ateJ about C0J0 BICYCLES
The are as itr-.n;r as they are simple. Graceful and correct in
proportions, handsome, durable and ea?y running. The finest
material under tbe prettiest finish. All styles and only one grade
the highest. Artittio catalogue sent free to anj address. Don't
fall to write as before choosing a new mount.
mm cycle m. co. sgTu
W. J. KERR, Local Agent.
5? Blood Purifier and nerve tonte Dr. Kiiv'i Renovator has aa anal
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b. u,.V.m D! Prtnd my blood bo tbe .ore ha, healed op tatlreli.'
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MffaUTll wweia, MTtjy. fjta
eem " a aaccucBuooaj ror t as aarraa, etoaiacu, bowels, liver, aw
Dr. Kav's Renovator
InanaViJT ZJia,1Z ,ZLrl"vPn ftrttlpat'cn. Ilrer and kidney diseaeel asd all
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and nun aar t la wort h ivou , j; .Tr." ...m
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T. Ha THOMAS.
AT A 3IALAY PICNIC.
A JOLLY OAY OF SIMPLE PLEASURES
IN THE JUNGLE.
Old and Tobdjc Mingle Together end Aie
Happy Ko TireeoiM Adraaee Prepara
tion of rood How Flak An Captoxwd
mad Cooked For the Banquet.
Of all picturesque sigbta Malay pic
nic is one cf the prettiest. With the first
dawn of morning the start is made.
Xothing aa yet can be seen distinctly.
A few rafFron arrows of light are thrown
up in the eastern horizon, and distant
mountain heads begin to glow. Simul
taneously a stir arises in the village,
and gaping villagers of all ages begin to
ixsueout from thoir graceful atap houses
and make toward the place of 'rendez
vous. By tbe time the party has gather
ed, some 20 minutes, the horizon seems
to explode, a wide rush of crange light
spreads near and for, and the great hot
sun comes tip, panting. Then follows
the most delicious hour of tne day. v A
hundred hues of green aro brought out
into shining relicif every dewy leaf be
comes a prism in which rainbows float
Tho jusglo life awakens into its morn
ing psalm, brilliant birds twitter and
coo tonrthcr Forking tho early buf. gor
geous butterflies corae forth to dry their
spangled wings on leafy fihrabs, white
far to the jonglo often the hoarse, gut
tural, fenrsome growl of tho Mabyan
tigrr sounds bass to the chorns.
Tho picnickers are now under way.
Before them is a march of six or seven
milos through virgin jnuglo and open
spstcca of country. That will consumo
some two or three hours. Some of the
females are mounted upon elephants
if there ore any well to do families in
the village. They sit very gracefnlly os
their lofty mounts and enjoy tho ride,
if we may judge from their faces and
frequent peals of laughter. Most of the
party is afoot. They are in holidr.y cos
tume. A finely woven sarong of cotton
or silk forms tho lower garment of wen
und women alike. Tho 6arong ia taany
hued and tha most graceful of gar
ments. It consists cf a piaae of material
of suitable length sewed together rt tho
side, boHi ends being open. Tho nppcr
end, In wearing, is tucked neatly nad
tiehtlv together with tbe hand nid
held securely around tne waist by m
belt. Sometimes these krosangs, or
belts, are richly jeweled and worth aa
much aa 2,000 silver dollars. But we
shall not see that sort at a picnic. Tha
upper garment of men and women alike
is a cloth or cotton jacket (kabaia). In
stead of buttons the women use for fas
tenings a number of gold or silver
brooches. The men largely affect braes
buttons. Over this jacket the females
wear another sarong, which is made to
meet over the bead, and serves the
damsel as a shade, and when she
pleases as a veil. The feet of -all are
protected by a kind of wooden sandal.
All thoso garments are loose, are a poem
for harmony of colors, and there is no
fold that does violence to beauty and
grace. This is a poor enough picture of
our picnic party, or 70 or 100 Malay
men, women, boys and girls passing,
joking and laughing along their pleas
ure way. The braves carry some-spears
and parangs, in case a tiger or leopard
molest. The fair bear along a little rice
and enrry spice. Tho bnlk of provisions
they trust Tuhan Allah to provide at the
picnio ground. "How very nice," I
hear the gentle lady reader say. "Why,
preparation of meats and pies and con
fections, yon know, is such a bother. " ,
Our outing party now foel that they
have gene far enough and they may
halt, no matter just where for every
where is lovely so long as they nre in
the vicinity of a mountain and its water
pools. So a pool is chosen as one likely
to contain in its black depths a suf
ficiency of good, fat fish. Tho men at
once preparo to dynamite this pool, or
else throw the fish paralyzing tuba root
into tho water. Then 20 men leap into
the pool, while a number of women are
stationed at the shallow and lower end
to catch tho escaping finny tribe. Ah,
no big fish aro caught I They must be
lying dead or benumbed at the bottom
of the pool. And now tho boldest swim
mers dive in and fur down. They search
the bottom, thoy oven thrnst their hands
into the wnter filled caves of the rocky
sides. One by one tho divers como pant
ing up. Sonie of them grasp in each
hand a great, shining, silvery fish. What
luckl Two fish at a time, each 10 or 15
pounders. Then the stolid Malay relaxes,
he shouts, ho praises Allah, oud the
whole camp becomes a scene of rejoic
ing, as tho spoil is flung alive into the
not of Jrcadv boilina water, or sauirms
grilling, roasting,' trying, Jn ground
fires kindled by boys and girls as the
prey was being taken. Rice is also pre
pared, and before long the whole party is
seated around the green banquet board,
enjoying fish as yon liko it and curry
and rice such as only tbe Malay house
wife can coucocL The joysome meal
finished, tbo party betakes itself to smok
ing, chewing betel and telling stories,
under all of which influences it is not
surprising that the next scene is a gen
eral siesta, which lasts till about 3
o'clock, when the old man of .the party
wisely observed it is getting late and it
is time to bo starting back. Night must
not overtake them, or they may meet
Stripes or Spots, out also for a picnic,
and vastly preferring fresh meat to fish.
New York Independent.
"I would not care more than 3 cents
if yon broke your neck, you drunken
brute!" said the angered wife bitterly.
The inebriated husband sobbed. "You
may regret each language," said ho,
"when I em gone."
"I won't either 1"
However, she did regret her worda
later, when they were brought up in
court in the case she had against the
railroad company for 20,000 damages
for running over him with a train. On
the strength of her thoughtless renlfcrk
the jury awarded her a cents. Indian
The IHncoTery Saved Hla Life.
G. Caillouette, druggist. Beavers
ville. 111., says: -To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the phy
sicians for miles about, but of. rro
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store, I sent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after nsing three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Hartz & Ullcmeyer's drug
A tionaebolit Keeraalty.
No family should be without Fo
ley's Diarrhea and Colic cure. Per
fectly safe and will give instant re
lief. Price 25 and 50 cents. For
ale at M. F. Rahnaen'a drug store
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
COR. HEfEITH ST. and SEC01 AYE
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
Brtate of Jacuj Wlllma, orceaeed.
The nnder!yi!d bavins been aptintrted ereon
tniuf the lt will lI tentamrnt of Jvb Wil.mn
lae nf th count of Kitfk Inland, attte
of I.Hnnl", itwmnl, berth? (iTea notice that.nl.
will appear hfrrthr county court of Itoca l.land
count, at the office of the rVm of naid coart. In
be city of hfk lalar.d, at the June term, on
tret MmOar In Jane n. at wkteb time
ali ner.on titring eminn aira'ti-t ald eefale are
totlllnl at'd reti'teefrd to attend, lor the purjioea
f havln the aamv a1)i'e-l.
All per-nna Indented to atid eetate are reoace
'ed b aui laraidlet payment to tte andar
11 Uj Jd day nf April. A. D.. IflM.
Aaaa Wiu.. Xzacattix.
Notice of Flail Settlement
Bftate of Fatrlcll Riraoan, deccaatd.
rnhlieeotlea U hereby iln-a Ihitt .e ttter-
tttnetl. Thomae II. Xfidr- atRilnl-rratort ba. tnip
.j 0 'mI a'et-r rt:T ami e -itleni tit ae.nrb
Intr-econr'f ronft of rW. tjiland rHixiir, and
lh t an iirilrr ht. r en rn'trrd lvrtMii'tap
lnjlt g the Mil rrrrt. uiila et-jomfkn tin re.
I rt ranee to the rontrarf be .hou on or before
the enenlrr of rnr on tie S'ta day of April. A,
l., ait'l ni.in the final approval f .aid re
port tn Mi l Ibotnaa B HeMy. eomlnl'rv..r
will ark tor aa or.lir of distribution, aod will
ilen arked t he dit Barfed. AH pentoue later
- ted are autltlrd to attend.
Morfe Island. 111., April , ISM.
T. n RnT.
A''ailntetratov of tbe aetata of 1'. trick Breonao,
STATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Kooa laLaao Cotntrv. I
la the Mint ennrt at the Jnoe tana. A. l-teu
Ctianre tl ratidenbnnt H'ry A liltt. wid
ow, Jrnnle Hew, Jernh W J'tt, natiid I'MI
l'Tw, Bnrnh A'leme, t'a)lfi (iltl.J.ibn K flitt.
ore Pill.. Ma Kit. William UItt and decree a
W tKctn. administrator of eatate rl B'lzaboth
Frailt. y. dc.ad. I'etlUna lo aell rtal e u:e
t Vf li Ma
To trie at rramrd tti'rTidant, Matilda run
lip. rail A 4am., Calvin Mil and Will an (ll't:
Afllilnvit nf thenoa.ree1t1er.ro -f yno. Mntllda
fhiihpa, t-alvln Gift and Will.am UItt. and affi.la
H lint yon, r"tBb Adam. r.n.it b fr:t:il.en
IhM print'. ran be e-mriepon "t. end that
nion ill Itfi.t Iminlry your pit-e of rt-e ili tKe
e.-tnnnt he af"r'ind aotlre la her"be glreo to
fit and earb of you that tbe above r. a oird pt.
tlei.'r hi I'rd In lite eald rner' hie pe.
titioii avtiir.t eit for teava to ee I real eetato to
p'lrrlrlit; idat a aitraHn aa been r.uidln
.' I ra'.re arntn.t yon, reinmaSIt In tt.e Jnne
I tn, A. I.. rl raid court to be beeun and
I .t'i at the rnurt hon.e le the rty of Knra 11-
in a-t'l ronnty ,.f :irk l.l.nd, on the nrt
t;i,.iajr . I Jnne. A I , 1et, at which tl.ae iml
p re re will t'je r red t le v', an.ner or Ue
Bi .i - rm d le tltloO If yon aee B'
l'Metl ' h.k ! ai.d. III., ilil- 9'h I'ee of AprlU
u., ii'ii k on 1. 1 a,
rierk of eai't t'ouitr I'mrt.
FwiraiT AWxtara, folicilora f.ir tA-titloncr,
ra.a aatu kM ka aeea aeaa aatu aaaa tan aeea uai .e. .... ....
GREAT MAY SALE
ALWAYS THE LOWEST PRICES
ALWAYS THE BIGGEST BARGAINS
This' sale commence, today. It is a MON EY-S AVING SALE of the most pronounced kind. A SALE AT PRICES THAT FIT THE TIMES. Buying
tor can direct of the manufacturers enables us to offer to the public goods at suca astonishing low prices. Note the few bargains mentioned below. We say few
bargains for reason that we make mention of only no items which, when compared with the actual number of bargains that can be found in our store 1 10 are
but a tew: .
TATR tt.l.ll. I
Inn Im im u'HTi. i
la tk C'Mikty euurt,.rn: i.tui A. D.
Minnie f rhalta .tmlrl.fVrlT nf tho att nf
lli'nry Mnakrr. dr'-i atd petiticm r. va Araie
rpi-r, iry niurt tne tt,Kk liand Mataal
Hill drii', 1 rfcta and atrtnk- aeoritioti : attd
onri.l . fo,e.1e: fi.t.n cf Annie llakker
nun rr liaaarr onTeanante.
Vlilloa U eeil ivai relate to pt- debt.
To whom It my concern, n.tt'r t tiMh.
1-en lht by vir-nenf an or.lrr and decree of
ae rnnoiy man ei Mm a l'n T roiiTit. lillnnie,
anteredne the aetittii of tbe aetier.ineii. Min
nie erhmt4. aa ailraiaie'rair.i of the tru;e f
Heery ll f. ileeeaed. for leave In .e l
teal ette of aan! deeriurd at ttl.l Apnl lerm.
j. ir . i-1-.i wi ei-u'i, ire nr. nee: it. eg jt ,n
thetMb dy of rt Way, the airar tut. g the r.tb '
il,y of . A. !., lie, U'tween the hour of in
o'i'iaeh In the Inn aoun and 4 e'clo k 'n tk ar
Irrftna nf raid ay. low It,, at the bi.kt nf 1
o'olnrk p. at., eell at pnhlie aile at thr roath
door af the eoart hou-e, in the .t of itt l..
and In aaid fruity ar.d ette. tn the hielwt aid
N -t hlduer, the real eetaie iliecribad aa loliowr,
lot twelve (19) and f. rteaa 1 In Mock
thro ill in iib rrk addition lo tha el'y of
Nu-k laiand In tne rliy of Kek Wand. In tbe
eovtn'v nf ti- trlaad and rtae of llll"t. rna
! I in a halanre of a rem' two hundrvd i t ) dnl
Ivre mil diie apnn a amrtrace iten icutrd la
f"r ,r the Rock lelaad Mainvl Biil.tiBj. Lrata
A e-olni; aeeortati-a on tbe ta day nf June.
l"-t vntf nraaiae ifti per eeat per arauia ta-
reri ; d aele to M'lule wllow'a Cower abd
lo m.'.ti I. T. rme nf raleeaeb.
Wated i.ii aik day of April. "-
Mitt a ran.T.
Adm:m.:rtuix of tbe EeUte of Uecry liaaker.
fl'h K i fartbk
er. f.B,a. .a ae Jtx
I'rba N fViHMr awei P
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-k )! : nie. Tate uf
eibee. eji,"! n'ir
i i 1 1. aiQiaaaina waaattei
r.OIN AT TRICES TtM) GOOD TO MISS
1'Iald printed dress goods, 16
styles to select from, 5c.
Changeable brocaded dress goods,
worth 10c. 6c.
Fancy checked drefs goods, dou
ble width, worth 10), 6c.
Koyal double width cashmere, all
Fancy check, donblo width, ber
gcs. worth lCc, lOJo.
JiWnch wide changeable and diag
onal dress goods, worth 22 c, at
40-inch plain black mohair, worth
ltiack. fancy fignreJ mohair, 40
inch wide, worth 43c, 30c.
AH wool French challies. goods
worth from 40c to 50c, go during
this sale at 25c.
40 Inch all wool fancy mixture,
worth 49c, 32Jc.
AH wool colored serges, 36-inch
wide worth 42c. 27Jc.
All wool colored serges. 36-inch
wide, full line of shades, worth 30c
Fancy colored mohairs, 40-inch
wide, worth 64c, 50c.
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
Umbrellas and Parasols.
Do not fail to note these three
100 ladies' fast black Vetia"
parasols, paragon frame, one piece
natural wood stick and handle, 75c.
65 gent's English Gloria umbrella,
paragon frame, 28 and 30 inches,
sliver trimmed, carved buckhorn
handle, elegant assortment,? 1.50.
Ladies' fast black silk serge para
sols. 26 inch, beautiful asortmenl of
fancy trimmed handles, $ 1.50.
Notingham laca curtains, white
and ecru, at less than import
tot 1 S vds long, worth 75c. . .50c
Lot 2 3 1. 99... 75c
Lots 3 1.35.11.00
Ixt4 3J 1.90.. 1.50
Lot5 8 2.25.. 1.72
Lot 6 3," 2 60. .2.00
' Bed Spreads.
1 case white bates quilts at 50c
! each. 1
60 Marseilles toilet quilts, worth
13:,. at i.
43 white satin Marseilles quilts,
I would be cheap at f3. for t7.50.
great sale of cotton hosiery and
right in the nick of time.
150 dozen ladies' fast black hose
that are worth 75c a dozen will be
sold at 3Jc.
90 dozen ladies' fast black hose,
worth 11.00 per dozen will go at 6c
62 dozen ladies' fast black, full
length hose, worth 11c at 2 pair for
90 dozen ladies' fast black ribbed
hose worth 12c at S pair for 25c.
Ladies' fast black fancy ribbed
hose, four gauge, fine, worth lie
Ladies' fast black seamless hose
warranted stainless, spliced heels,
and. toes, worth 22c, 16c
,44 dozen ladies' fast black seam
less hose with white feet, worth
17c. 2 pair for 25c.
40 dozen gents' balbriggan shirts,
sixes 32 to 42. worth 22c each, at
40 dozen gents' ribbed slnrtj and
drawers, fancy neck, sizes 3 J to 41,
worth 35c, 20c.
152 dozen gents.' French balbrig
gan shirts and drawers, fancy neck,
pearl bwtton?, sizes 32 to 41, worth
40c at 25c.
36 dozen gents' sanitary grey
gossamer shirts and drawers, sizes
32 to 42. worth 42c at 27c.
A wash goods sale just in time to
do you most good.
Dress gingham, worth 7c, at 4c.
Dress gingham, worth 9c, at 6c.
Zephyr, worth 11c, at 7Jc.
Waist percales, worth 7jc, at 5c.
Duck suiting, worth 8c, at 53 e.
Duck Ruiting, worth 10c, at 7c.
Plain black satine, worth 8c, at5Jc.
Plain black saline, worth 12c. 9c.
Plain black satine, worth 22c"at 15c
Fancy printed satine. worth 8c,
Fancy printed satine, worth 10ic,
Fancy printed satine, worth 14c,
Fancy printed satine, worth 17Jc,
Fancy printed satine, worth 22c,
Fancy printed pongees, worth
12c, at 8c.
Fast black serge-brocades, beau
tiful btyles. worth 17c, at 12ic.
33-inch wide fast black alpacaline,
worth 19c, at 14c.
Extra fine quality of waist per
cales at 6jc.
1 case indijjo blue calico at 2c.
Fancy checked and striped dress
waist material, worth lOjc. at 7Jc.
Fancy cotton plisse, worth 9c,
Black and white cotton plisse,
worth lie. at 10c.
Fancy printed organdies, very
wide and handsome designs, worth
15c at 10;c.
;50 pieces dress calico at 3c.
Fancy crystal crepe in all the
leading shades worth 12c at 8Jc.
27-inch silk taffetas worth 17J c at
. Beet turkey-red printed calicoes
Stylish millinery at
Silks dirt cheap this week.
A full line of plain colored China
silks, warranted all silk, 17Jc.
25 pieces fancy changeable satin
duchesse, worth 42c. at 25c.
20 pieces changeable brocaded
silk, just the thing for waists,
worth 60c at 30c.
Striped, checked and plain all
silk changeable taffetas, worth 82c
27-inch Swival silk worth 40c at
21 pieces silk grenadine Swiss,
worth 42c at 30c.
Black faille? silk, 19-inch wide and
fully worth 85c at 52c.
Black faille silk, 21-inch wide,
quite heavy and worth fl.10 at
22-inch black pcau de soie, worth
11.25 at 95c.
27-inch black satin duchesse,
worth 11.35 at 95c.
We have them in the latest pat
terns, tho latest sleeves and at the
Black and white striped shirt
waist, belt attached, worth 60c,
Ladies' light colored laundried
shirt waiats worth 69c at 60c.
Ladies' laundried shirt waists,
fancy, worth 1.00. at 75c.
75 dozen ladies' ribbed vests, all
sizes, at 2c.
One case of ladies' fancy ribbed
summer vests, embroidered neck, 6c.
One case ladies' super ribbed
vests, fancy trimmed. 10c.
150 dozen ladies' extra fine, full
bleached, cotton ribbed vests, worth
22$ c each, two for 35c.
Some of them at less than half
100 dozen children's fancy hand
kerchiefs, French finish and ready
for use, lc apiece.
85 dozen ladies' fancy bordered
handkerchiefs, French finish, 3 for 6
60 dozen ladies' white mull fancy
printed, hemstitched ' handker
chiefs. 3 for 10c.
72 dozen ladies' white mull silk
embroidered handkerchiefs, either
hemstitched or scalloped edge,
worth 10c at 5o.
40 dozen ladies' white hem
stitched Swiss embroidered hand
kerchiefs, worth 18c at 10c.
Children's Head Wear.
We know that your baby is just
as sweet looking as can be, yet a
new lace cap or bonnet might add
toward its good looks.
144 white baby caps, tncked and
frilled, worth 15 to 20c, at 7c.
50 very neat white dimity caps,
worth 30c, go at 15o.
50 fancy lawn hats, assorted
styles and colors, worth 30c, at 18c.
48 infants' fancy white fluted
mull caps, nicely trimmed with
Swiss embroidery and Valenciennes
lace, worth 65c, at 40c.
Geht's fancy nnlaundried percale
shirts, collar and narrow cuffs at
tached, all sizes, 25c.
Gents' fancy embroidered front,
negligee shirts, all sizes, worth 60c,
at 37, e.
. Men's indigo blue striped hickory
working shirts, lined, factory cus
tom made, warranted fall 34 inches
long, worth 58c. at 39c. -
A lot of ladies' cape, rose plait
ing, full sweep, in black' and navy
blue, worth (1.25 at 75c.
Si Corner Second and
81 Harrison Sts.
20 pieces 10-4 wide unbleach
ed Pepperell sheeting at per
25 pieces 9-4 wide unbleached
Rochdale sheeting at 121 c.
50 pieces unbleached heavy
LL muslin at Sis.
60 pieces Clipper fine un
bleached muslin at 4Jc.
50 pieces Lewis' fine un
bleached muslin atS;c.
40 pieces Lonsdale 4-4
bleached moslln at 6!c.
40 pieces Pride of the Laundry
4-4 bleached muslin at 5c.
25 pieces Amoskeag checked
cheviot at 7c.
20 pieces Amoskeag bine and
browa demin at 10c.
10 pieces Amoskeag A C A
ticking at 10c.
300 fancy bordered gingham
aprons well made and ready for
use at 71c.
60 dozen fringed cotton
honey comb towels, size 16x32
Inches, at 2 for 5c.
60 dozen bleached cotton
towels, heavy quality, size 18x
41 inches, at 2 for 16c
3) dozen extra heavy damask
towels, all linen, fringed, fancy
colored border. 15xjl inches,
at 3 for 25c.
32 dozen all linea fancy bor
dered huck towels, size 24x37
inches, worth 371c, at 25c.
40 pieces fancy tennis flannel
worth 6 cat 4c
60 pieces tennis flannel, ex
tra quality, fancy shirt and
waist styles, worth 10c, to eo
at 61c . 6
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