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the AEaon. iiouday. juke zo. m
. Wealth la nt by nMrpM.
Pay your water rent.
Hosd yoor ticket wlL
Look out for split ticket.
Lok out for trick ticket.
Order earrias; of Cralle A Co.
Ke Do'.ly Bros. change, of ad.
Fee Dollj Bros', show window.
Yours for bargain, Dolly Bros.
The best broom Lee' Little Gem.
Young it McCombs for firework.
Vol down Klnyon, Kerr and
y." 7 ,
Dr. O. Grsssau Sundayed at Co
Vote dowa Klnyon. Kerr and
Try one an A rocs want ad and
see the re alt.
Finest tnronate and reliable driV
re. Cralle A Co.
For a Sne fit and a good wearing
hn Dolly Bro. Iad.
Tie only p!- for wab good i
ftt Young & McCombs'.
Prices always t be lowest on qual
ity olKood at D .lly Bro'.
F. W. Sherman ha taken a cleri
eal position at tie (J. depot.
Cat prire in the wath goods der
partment at Young & McCombs'.
Deputy J. If. Lamont collected
o"o In internal revenue lat week.
The Tri-City land gires a concert
in Spencer iuare tomorrow evening.
Ftperieoce and close attention to
very detail. Cralle & Co's. livery.
A tote for Kerr it a vote for Kln
yon, a vote for Kinyon 1 a vote for
AH hat and bonnet bought tht
week at McCabc's will be trimmed
free at charge.
Deputy Cnnnty Clork John Rinck
pent ftunday at Orion, where hi
family I Tieitin.
Aid. V. Dauber went to Waterloo,
Iowa, Saturday evening to see ex
Gov. Horace Boies.
Only SH cent for a good wrapper
thi week at Mclntyre-Keck Co.'.
Pretty 6cnt challiea, 10 yards for
89 cents at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. waeh
good sale. Kad ad.
Miss Km ma Adams arrived from
Chicago Saturday evening for a
short visit in the city.
Mr. Corta Maxwell, of Keoknk,
le visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. K. ilollowbush.
Misses' 25-ceut night gown 18
rents; the ft'J-cent gnwn at 23 cent.
Tuesday at Mi'Cttoe Bro'.
Vote down everything that pertains
to Ainnt. Let us restore the schools
and have p.are and orilor.
Vote arainst Klnyon and save the
people 16.000 to 'be expended in a
change la the text book system.
John H. Graham, for some time
assistant in Dr. A. II. McCandless'
office, has gone to Lincoln, Neb.
Wrspper price badly shaken up
at Mrlotyre-Ketk Co'. Don't mis
the f3 da'inty wrapper at $1.25.
Aciuick eo'd bye to 130 black
India leghorn hat at 12 cent each at
McCabo'. Trimmed free If you wish.
The bu'olx Bridge company will
in all probability resume operation
at the Kick Island bridge thi week.
Cyclone strikes Mclntyre-Reck
Co', fancy work department and a
little binney does wonder. Read ad.
All nt(ht gown up to $1.60 go at
79 cent tomorrow nt McCbe Bros'.
June muslin underwear closing le-
Friend of the school should be
wary tomorrow a well as alert.
Scan your ticket well before voting
Deputy Sheriff Hall and Turnkey
Luke Hemenway made a trip to
Kdglngton and return awheel In four
The Columbia club will celebrate
its annual picnic at Joseph Huber's
garden July Fourth. Don't fail to
Vote against Klayon and prevent
the central grammar school system
with its iooidentel expense , and in
convenience. Rev. R. F. Sweet has arrived safoly
at Alma Sanitarium, Michigan,
where he will seek recuperation dar
ing the summer.
Several couple from here attended
a party given bv Mr. Stuart Harper
at the Velie 'homestead ia Moline
A part? from the Island Citv
Cycle club under command of Capt.
in. wok a spin to UUbcrttown
A vote for the change ia the school
t Honors World' RUr,
. MOST PERFECT MASS.
ApwCrmCrVam of Tartar rwwdcr. Free
40.TIAU TW TAARLV
Union. You kaow what that nsetas
Stay-at-Homee", and' outturn will
all be interested' ia McCabe Bro'.
special offeriegs of aummer dres
materials fhis week. Read ad.
A pertj-'composed of Misses Mamie
Brenn a. Agnea Sexton, Mar Brady,
RoseMcHugh, Mary Moenaa aad
kalie McHagh Sundayed in Clinton.
Al Free berg, a workman at the
court house, had the thumb of
bit left hand mashed by having it
caught ia one of the 'derrick cog
The campaign liea being circulated
today with a view to working injury
to Messrs. Marshall and Donaldson
are as foul as the source from which
Hallelujah! The Union will have
a ticket to publish even if it is the
list day in the campaign. We can
not say praise ya the Lord. . For He
hid nottiag to do with it.
Kinney Mack aocceeds Frank Arm
strong a Division Agent" H. D.
Mark' chief clerk at the Burlington
depot, Mr. Armstrong haviog been
promoted to traveling audito'.
Paul Ramser i the first to have a
cycle boat In this locality. It ar
rived Saturday from Milwaukee,
where he bought it. It i a tandem
and has a capacity of eight miles an
Do not think that by Toting
against Dr. Kinyon alone you are
voting for thai Uuhn w.t.
against everybody but Marshall and
Donaldson, beth of whom must be
elected to win the cause.
Messrs. and Mesdames C. F. Gaet
jer. Henry Carse, W. J. Pratt and
Edward J. Meek, all accompanied by
their children, com nosed nil
party which spent yesterday at Mr.
(Better's farm artist nt Wilin
The Doubt familv wnnnd nn .
gagement at the Watch Tower Sat-
urusy evening ana went to Wauke
sha. Wis. The familv 1 cnmnnanil
of some clever musicians' who gave
excellent satisfaction while in Rock
Mover Rosen field has int tfca
tract for the erection of his 2-story
uumness diocc ai me southwest cor
ner of Seventeenth arract nl C...
enth avenne, planned by Drack &
Kerns, to John Haoschildt. The
contract price is $4,000.
The last Straw has been hrnVan
Bro. QuTle 1 for the Klnvnn-Kerr
ticket. indeed the influence which
the editor of the Rock Ilnw i.
aid to control and that of the Rock
Island Business University seem to
have been larrelv responsible for I
Kinyon securing a running mate.
A number of ladies of the W. C. T.
U. have renuasterl Tub isnna
correct the impression diligently
crvaieu lost me association was
voting a a body for the Ament
i i ... i . . . ...
iicsei. inn association is taking no
part In the school election, the mem
ber voting individually a they feel
From some of the levers being ma
nipulated today in the interests of
Kinvon. Kerr and Ament the arhnnl
text book question is cutting a
yicuj uijr upure in me scnool elec
tion bnt the tax paven may as
well save that 16.000 change. There,
fore they are voting down Kinyon
Rasmussen & Free will make cabi
net photos at $1 60 per dozen for SO
days, ending July 13; any style;
nothing extra for 'gronps, and will
make two sittings. We have no
agents representing us. We give onr
customers the benefit of the commis
sion that other nhotoprariher fin
The ladles of Trinity church will
give a lawn social at the residence of
Walter Johnson. First avenue and
Twelfth street, tomorrow evening.
Ice cream and cake will be served
after 6 o'clock. A double quartet
under the direction of Mr. Sherwood
will furnish vocal music, aad Instru
mental selections will be given by
Smytbe's juvenile orchestra. All
are cordially invited.
Moval &afcty laap.
The new safety lamp for mines, oper
ating upon a peculiar principle, is re
ported m being in snccereful nse in Ger
many. A peculiarity of this 'lamp is
noted namely, that it is not closed in
any special way, like other lamps, and
it matters very little whether or not the
workman, diiiregnrdiiig the regulations
of tho mine, roccred in opening tbo
lamp, fur there is a special arrangement
by mmns of which the flame ia extin
gnisbable at the same instant. This is
explained by there being in the inte
rior of the lamp glass a spring which ia
compressed when the nppcr piece is
screwed down, which enables a cap to
operate upon the wick in such a manner
as to shift it aside, facilitating the light
ing of the lamp and afterward the com
bustion. When the spring ia worked ia
the contrary direction, tne cap again
operates upon the wick, nnd the flame
cease the moment the cap comes in
contact with the air. The lamp can be
lighted without being opened.
' Wmm Ska K
U Don Dure, rick trinad and inn fiaad
not fear nervous prostration. Nerves
are weak when they are improperly
and inefficiently nonrished. Pnr
blood is their proper food, and pure
blood comes by taking Hood's Sarsa
partlla, which la the greatest and
best nerve tonic It also builds up
the whole system.
Hood's Pill, the favorite family
cathartic easy to take easy to oper
ate. . . , . r
XvUaa, tiriiMiaii, '
" Yon can gat peaches at a great bar
gala at the C, k A Q.'a city track.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ola, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentleefforte pleasantefrorta
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not doe 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 millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, thai 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 Fig 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, bnt if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfactioa
A Long List
Of good things r
Hess Bros, have In display w
the finest line ot fresh fruits
and vegetables to be found
anywhere in the city, "see
8priaf Chickens dressed
Blsek Kstsberrles, PIdbm,
Kl Baspkerries, currants.
flsmmvr Squash, '
Fine Fresh Fish.
Largest dealers, consequent
ly the beat selection.
SEE OUB NEW LINE
Tan Cloth Tops
Hade by the Peaslee
170ft SECOND AVENUE.
Free if Tours is
CCSt Z ARRSSlly.
- - Protective Association.
C C. TAYIdOn,
1717 Seooa4 ATsmae-
There Are Honest
And Dishonest Refrigerators
Just as there are honest and dis
honest men and women. On the
lefiigeiatDr depends most of one's
borne comfort the pleasure ot eat
ing, lightening of kite ben bothers,
ka cleaning to do, saving of men
tal Worry, time to do things all
this and more, too, comes frum the
honest refrlgerstoi' the tricky and
"made to sell" sorts beware of.
Marks the highest point yet made
in refrigerator making 15 patents
cover its construction Is depende
. ble in every way and helpful the
pride of the housewife. We'd nke
to show it to every lady la town.
1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
For Picnics or Parties whole
sale or retail at Krell
ET YOUR ORDER IX
U early we will be pleased
to fill them, lint alwaya
remember first come first
served. We ace prepared to
fill any order no matter how
large or small. If you want
a small amount for yoor
dinner we will deliver von a
quart in bulk or brick.
Nothing n'cer for a Fourth
of July dinner. In the line
We will have an extra layout
suitable for Breakfast, Din
ner or Supper. Do not do
any baking this hot weather.
You can buy it cheaper and
get better goods than if yon
made it yourself and save all
the worrying of it not turn
ing out just right.
No housewife's table is complete,
No matter who is fed.
Without a loaf from Krell & Math's,
Their perfect home-made bread.
Phone 116S. 1716-1718 Second Are.
WbimtVIrM(f Bry Goods Co.
1709 aad ryii Cecoo4 Avenollrtlira
THE BARGAIN CENTER
There's a Xot of Tbtacs
We want to clean out, so well combine, thera with quantities of
new goods received last week, throw ail together and oflar them
at bancaln prlops ot irreai Interest and at a e g aaving as these
who want to make thesr Baooey buy the most, kead every word
of this advertiaenrent with care.
$2 Dimity Wrappers $1.25.
10 deem print wrappeis. full yoke ruffle, fitted lining, win lest
but a abort time at the half price, 88c
8 dozen wiappws M beat Simpson print, fancy yoke inffie,
collar trimmed, large sleeve, value S1.38, now Ms.
By all odd the biggest bargain of the year is lot S, 15 eozea
fine wrappers of figured dimity, bishop sleeve, watteau beek,
square yoke finished with ruffle ana valanciennes lace, wide
skirts, a S3 wrapper for S1.25.
Sponges and Real Value.
A big purchase of Zimoca deep sea sponges st 0c on the
dollar, enables us to srll-thesn at X and hi real value.
Great big sponge, generally SOc now 8c
A fine lot of bath sponges, worth 88c, at lSe.
Elegant big ones tor carriage nse, or to protect your hones
beads trout the sun, should be priced at 43c, are 15c
Besides these there are the fine Yarrauta silky sponges from
the bine waters of Grecian seas.
The prices range from le to 9e with plenty of prices between.
Take tne line atse for Instance, yon often pay 15c for no better
The 2c ones do very well for toilet sponges.
Chimisettes at Less Than Halt
20e and 88c Chimisettes this week at 10c
Fancy turn back cuffs, value ?ic at per pair 10c
Saw yards pretty 6e ehelUea, M yards far He.
BOO yards printed organdira, diaiitiea aad lawna. 10c lSWe.
15e and 33c all to be domdiautat vnTitT
Choice bargabi pickings, special lou of plaia colored dlmttlra
and Swisses st lie, 13c and l&
Fancy Work Department
JSStfUfg ""fr m'n 10 stasapss Baeetiay-
125 twilled splashers, tinted or stamped, e.
We darnl say bow aiarh more these itesss sold lor.
. f"fj1 "nee stamped splashers knotted fringe keeatiful
drawn work, values 0e, soe and eae, now ase.
tod table covers, wrth apto S5c new lOe.
wilf "j? X-X Usul Pris.
. B.0 , thU week. Take the 60S yards ha
soase butter color Oriental laoes, wortti np to T5c with S to IS
rnrhea, yvmx choice 18c 2,500 yards val laces aad taaeittoss.
white, alack and butter color. Tali k will be sold ax X ieae
than usual prices for such good.
Ribbon Remnants Cheap.
About 2000 remnants all silk ribbons at much teas then nana!
remnant priees. You'll be surprised to see bow anneh ribbon
oaea'Tt(c. 5c beys the ,aallty usually aold for lOe. lee
pays for aoc worth, etc Ooo t uias the ribbon remnant basket.
10 Dozen white tinea cuffs at Se a pair, collar and cuff,
sets worth 25c, at 15c '
Woman In Town
That doesn't admire pretty Furniture A few years
ago only the rich could enjoy the .luxury of a nicely
furnished home. It's different now. Everybody
can make a cozy, comfortable home. If you haven't
much money, or if you have plenty, step in and see
what we have to offer. It is simply a case of a few
dollars and much sense, or in other words
A Few Dollars and Much Furniture,
If you buy the furniture from us. There is certain
ly something you can add to your home to improve
it. So make us a call. Better values here for your
money than at any other house in the three cities.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS OT. OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenne.
600 New Styles in Men's Suits which we have placed on sale at
3100 For Bults hat ar worth
4.00 For saits ihat are wort!)
5.00 For salts that are worth
(3.00 For salts that are worth
Compare our $ J.90 suits with those other dealers sell at $7; the S4.90 with the
$9 suits; the $S.90 with the $10 suits and the T6.90 with the $12 suits.
Youll find them just as advertised.
Try a Per cf err . M CA
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