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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, .JUNE 6, 1CS3.
Clolnj oat sale.
Clostig oat sale Hackstaedt's.
The bMt broop Lm' Little Gem.
Ottesen. Dareoport, for ladle'
Tartle laoch at the Senate saloon
Kckhart'a la headquarters for fish
Millinery; low prlcea; Ottesen.
Attend Yonnjj A McCombs' special
Attend the closing ont sale at
Ottesen, milliner, 222 West Second
Finest turnouts and reliable drir
en. Cralle A Co.
Mrs. OloS Atkinson is Tisiting her
parents at u roan a.
Berries cheap, while the? last, at
iongs mis evening.
lare aisortment trimmed hats.
Di n i ng roo m chairs at cost at lluok
staedT vlislog out sale.
O'Connor A Brouga's tonight for
nicaen anu came mncn.
AH perishable poods regardless of
cost at Long' tbis evening.
Read Mclntvre-Rcck Co', hot
weather specials for tonight.
'lae extension tables at cost at
Huckstaedt's closing ont sale.
Lunch of game and chicken at
O'Connor A Brough's tonight.
11 84. 1184. $3 84. They must
go. Schneider's ad will tell you.
Not a pretense, but a positive fact.
Furniture at cost at Hackitaedt's.
Choice Michigan strawberries and
raapberries at Long's this evening.
(Jet some of the delicions turtle
lanch at the Senate saloon tonight.
(Jet a situation, by nsing A rocs
want ads. The cheapest and be. -
Esperience and close attention to
very detail. Cralle A Co's. livery.
W. C. Mardis, acting postmaster
of Illinois City, was In town today.
Nest Friday's concert at the First
Methodist church will be something
Jobn Bayhen and Edward Kennedy
were taken to the penitentiary to-
Sheriff and Mrs. F. C. Hemenway
have gone te Chicago for a few days'
visit. ' J
Largest assortment of hammocks to
select from at Kckbart's, Twentieth
3.WJ. M.M. $3.8. Vou can
see them in Schneider's east show
Farlor sets, couches and rookers at
coat at Uuckstaedt'a grand closing
Cooling cherry phosphate aerved
free tonight at Mclntyre-Rock Co's.
to all customers.
The Rock Ialand Savings bank has
an interesting statement in another
column o' today's A hois.
. Pr. J. W. Stewart is home from at
tending the Fresbvterian general as
sembly at Saratoga, N. Y.
William lvlns has been called to
Chicago by the fJad announcement of
the death of his mother there.
Mrs. Henry S. Fraser and Phile
mon M. Watson, of Indianapolis, am
visiting Mrs. Mary II. Wadsworth.
The annual inspection and picnic
of the Moline tire department has
been postponed from June 6th to
Advertise in Tan A Rous the
evening paper the one that is read
by the whole family. Then watch
Objections to. the Twenty-fourth
street storm drain improvement will
be received in the connty court until
A Glter in a glass case yon oan
see jnst how it operates. We would
like to have you call and inspect it.
The Methodist church choir and
the Beethoven club, of Moline, will
give a concert at the church in this
city Friday evening.
Sell that last year's wheel by ns
ing an Arocs want ad. There are
other who want that one if roa pnt
the price down to the right figure.
11 yon nave property lot aa or
for rent, try an Antics wknf ad. ' If
yea haven't got what yon want ask
for it In Tan Arocs want column
and be satisfied.
Mrs. Lundblad and daughter,
Mia LneVblad. of Chicago, and Mr.
and Mrs. Walline, of Aledo, are visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Enclin.
1490 Third avenue.
Aiiena me grana picnic and c x-
Highest Honors World' ffcir,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free
Brora Ammonia, Alton or any other adulterant.
.40 YSAU THl CTAMDAJtD.,
enrsion at Manhattan Beach ' Tues
day, Jnne 16. Dancing, musio and
all kinds of pastime games. Tickets
60 cents; children 10 cents.
Ladies, are yon looking for a per
fect fitting waist? Young A Mo
Comb have them, at fully 25 per
cent cneaper man any otner dry
poods firm in'the three cities. Try
Yonng A McCombs. ,
ionraa scnneiaer nas received a
fine shipment from Port Byron of
those nice big lncions strawberries.
They are tne largest and jniciest ever
orougnt to bock island. Order for
tomorrow while they last.
The Young Woman's Christian
Temperance union will hold a meet
ing at the Central Presbyterian
church Monday evening, June 8. A
special program has been prepared.
Ail women are invited to attend.
Mr. Rice, of Moline, a former Sal
vationist, bnt who is now preparing
him elf for the ministry, will speak
at the barracks tonight on bia jail
experiences while a Salvation
Army officer in the eastern states.
Let every man who lores 'his wife
tell her to not prepare a hot dinner
tomorrow, but come to the Delmon
ico restaurant, where a seasonable
Sunday dinner served in epicurean
style, can be had for only 25 cents.
Rev. H. C. Marshall, of the
United Presbyterian church, is en
titled to the credit of bringing to
Rock Island next year's general as
sembly meeting of that church,
which Rev. and Mrs. Marshall at
tended at Xenia, Ohio. .
Mrs. E. D. Sweeney save a recep
tion and musical e to about pne
hundred and twenty-fire of her lady
friend at her pleasant home -on
Twentieth street yesterday after
noon. The musical numbers "were
famished by the Davenport quintet.
Dollar shirt waiats far half a dollar
at McCabe's this evening. Special
ralues in wash roods for Saturdar
erenlng buyers, and some rery de-
airaoie prices in parasols. Kefriger
ators, cash or half cash, at prices
about half what others charge. A
iot oi oargains au over tne souse at
Next Tuesdar will be observed a.a
flower mission dar br the Woman1
Christian Temperance Union. Con-
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inontions oi oouquets, wtaich are to
be distributed among the hospital
patients and prisoners at the jail.
will be reeeired at 10 o'clock in the
morning of that day at the Y. M. C.
Horace Walker Jones, U. S. N.
ho leads Miss Hone Cnrtia tn the.
altar next Wednesday, is in the city.
aa are aiso uias vanar, or Aew York,
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woo is to act as mam oi nonor, and
Miss Bowers, of Louisville, who is tn
be bridesmaid; Mrs. Charles Osborne,
of Chicago, and Mrs. Henry R. Cur
tis and son, of St. Paul, all being the
guests of Oi. and Mrs. Henry Cur
tia. SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY
Innovation Established by the Rock Iilaad
The Rock Island Plow company in
augurated the Saturday half holiday
in its snops toaay, tne innovation
being adopted by Vice President
Head in pursuance of the nlan in
rotrue in manr of the eastern citiea.
The institution of the weekly half-
a i a . . n J ...
nouaay at tne uock island 1'Jow
works is received with great satis
faction among the men, and is likely
to prove popular with all factorrmen
if adopted by others.
Special Sal tor Tonlgbt.
Big job Stanley shirts, lanndried
collars and cuffs, worth f 1, sale
Stanley blue check shirts, worth
60 cents, sale price 39c
Stanley black henrietta shirts,
pleated bosoms, guaranteed fast .
black, worth 76 cents, sale
Men'a Frenoh Balbriggan shirts
and drawers, worth 50 cents.
sale price 35c
Ladies' knit rests, sale price two
600 fancy lawns, regular 8 cent
quality, sale, price.. 5c
Lleblg beef, wine and iron 60 cent
bottle, sale price 22c
Children's lisle thread hose, white
split foot, sizes 6 to 8j, cheap
at 25 cents, sale price 8c
S00 boxes note paper and envel
opes, worm iu cents, sale price os
500 full silk gloria umbrellas 85
cents, 98 cents, (1.35 and fl 39.
Comlaf Trolley Party.
The Christian Endeavor aocietr of
the Aiken Street Chapel will give a
trolley party Thursday evening. Jnne
11. starting at Central Station at 7:30
o'clock, comine into the city arannd
the loop to Market square, down
Second avenue to Fifteenth street,
thence down Fourth avenne to
Garnsey square, up Second arenne
to bioiine, naca to Market square,
thence by Milan atreet car line to
Aiken Street Chapel, stepping one
half hour for refreshments, thence to
Watch Tower and back to city. All
patrons will be returned to a point
conrentent to their nomes. Tickets
will be found on sale at Folsom's
1L H. Bonn,
J. H. Clelahd, com'
This Is the dar of anti-this, and
antl-that, but what people need most
nowadays is, tne anu-billous medi
cine, Simmons Liver Regulator, the
king of liver medicines, and better
than pills. "I hare ased no other
aoti-bilioBS remedy for alx yeare and
know from experience that for ladies
of a constipated habit nothing eqnala
it-" Laura V. Craig, Ellenbury, Fla.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with million of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value (rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on "which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fie; Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should hare the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
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A fall line of fresh vegeta
blesthe finest the market
affords. Below you will find
a list to select from:
o o o o o o o o o
Tomato, ; , Cauliflower,
Radishes, hammer SqcMh,
Asparagus, Pew. Turatpe,
Wax Beaut, Sweet Potatoes.
. String Beats, Mew Fainn,
Tie Plant, Soap Bandit,
Lettuce, Carrot. .
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DBESiBD TO OBDEH.
KM RupberriM, Gooseberries,
Blsei Raspberries, MrawDeiries,
California Cheiriei, Pineapple.
Shoes well bought - arci
half sold that's why
ours sell so easily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See our $2.25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tans.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Free it Tours is
Cost $2 Annually. . -
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Arenne.
All Styles and Sizes.
Large display of bicycle sundries
Lanterns, all kind.
Wood rim and tin cement. '
Toe clips, etc.
Krell & Math's soda water is
' '.--.. refreshing when mixed with
their delicious Cream and
Fruit Syrups. The gods never
mixed their nectar into such a
tempting draught as
KRELL & MATH
Serve their patrons. It
makes then store a rendezvous
for the best classes of resi
dent?, both old and yonng, In
town. Go into their parlor
and enjoy your ice cream, fruit
ices or ice cream sodas with
your lady or gentlemen friends.
They have the only cool place
in the city.
Party Supplies! Fine Candies!
Try a brick of ice cream, three
kinds in each brick. Tour
company will be pleased.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Are. j
, 600 New Styles in Men's Suits which we have placed on sale at
B390 suits tbat are worth -
For suits that are wortb - - - ' .
.jQO Fop sulte tnat arc worth - - S - .
-90 Fr sails that are worth - - -
Biggest Bargains in toxn.
oltmbla yyiu Qheny
W W 3w 0
IS invaluable fpf Nervous Prostration, Headache, Dispepsla, Loss of Ap
petite, Impure Blood and General Debility. A MOST DELICIOUS.
COOLING SUMMER DRlNK. The marked antiseptic powers of this
preparation render It particularly valuable for the purification of Impure
drinking water. To be used as a beverage or for medicinal purposes,
drink three or four glasses a day. After giving it a trial you will become
convinced it is the best in the market, absolutely pure and free from all
poisonous substances Beware of so-called Wild Cherry Phosphates, as
they contain mostly poisonous matters. COLUMBIA is guaranteed abso
lutely pure and wholesome, and makes a most pleasant beverage for sum
mer and winter.
4-ounce bottle makes gallons -8-ounce
bottle makes 5 gallons -
ppR SALE BY ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Be sure and
To Buy Furniture
CLEMANN & - SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Compare our S?.90 suits with those other dealers sell at $7; the $4.90 with the
$9 suits; the $S 90 with the $10 suits and the $6.90 with the $12 suits.
YouH find them just as advertised.
ask for COLUMBIA: Take no other.
Many are the bargains we are offering in new and
attractive Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Curtains and
Straw Mattings. The selection, though much has
been sold, is yet complete, and presents a rare chance
for thoughtful buyers.
When you have an opportunity to get it at the right
prices should be your aim. For shrewd buyers we
have many bargains. Pemember we have the largest
and best stock.
Try a Pair of cur N CA