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THE AEQUO, T7EDNE8 DAT, JULY I, lCSa
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See Adams saw ad.
Pay your water not.
Order carriages of Oralis Co.
The beet broom Lea's Llttls Gem.
Worth trying ao A no us want ad.
Eckhart's, headquarters for flow
art. Cool shoes for warm weather at
L. S. McCabe went to Chicago this
Hard coil Is bringing is a ton in
Dollar shirt waist, 60 cents at Mo
Buy roar hsmmocks and crrqaet
sets at Eckhart's.
Finest turnouts and reliable driv
ers. Cralle A Co.
Seren bunches of firecrackers for
10 cents at Eckhart's.
Cheapest place to bay your fire
work is at Kckbart's.
New lots of wash goods 5 cents a
yard at Mclatyre-Reck Co's.
Bankrupt sale of fine millinery at
Blackburn Jx Uo.'s old stand.
bankrupt esle of fine millinery at
Blackburn A Co. 'a old stand.
Val lace one-third less than usual
prices at Mclntyre-Beck Co's.
Fourth of July you want a nice
cool shoe. Let Adams tit you.
Get a situation at anything you
can do by using Akocs want ads.
City Electrician William Dickman
and Albert Burton have gone fishing.
Eiperieace and close attention to
very detail. Cralle A Co's. livery.
Miss Nora Daly has returned from
Chicago after a month's visit with
Division Agent II. D. Mack, of the
Burlington, is at Whitehall today on
Blackberries 75 cents to tl for 24
'quart cases tomorrow from C, B. A
Bankrupt sale at Blackburn A Co. 's
old stand. Everything goes regard
less of cost.
Bankrupt sale at Blackburn A Co. 's
old stand. Everything goes regard
less of cost.
Dr. E. Sutphiu will have charge of
Dr. McCandless' office during the let
The corner atone of the new Me
morial Christian church will be laid
The teachers made a noble fight
and they won a noble victory the
Union to the contrary nolwithstand.
Tho Columbia clnb will celebrate
its annual picnic at Joseph Huber's
garden July Fourth. Uon't fail to
Now thai the school eloolion is
over. Veterans (juayle and Norris
may resutnn their tramp through
Now tbnt tho election is over the
superintendent should bring to the
editor of the Union and h i other
The two Anient editors, Messrs.
joanson and ijubyie, didn't appear
to cut mucn ice yesieruav, it it was a
The new f 1,000 pipe organ pre
aented to the First Methodist church
by Capt. T. J. Ho bin son has arrived
Henry Weishsar.whnhas been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Leithner. 717
Fourteenth street, has returned home
You don't need a quarter to bay
firecrackers at the Eastern Fair. We
sell them three packs for a nickel in
Kemember the Bijou stock com'
pany next week at Harper's theatre.
beginning July 6, and do not forget
about tne fans.
The Hungarian band now playing
an engagement at tne lower, will
give a concert in Spencer square to
M. C. Jones is doing a delightfully
clever piece of work in Hock Island
today as "A New Dude in Town" in
introducing No -To-Bsc, etc
According to the school census
just completed Moltnn's school popu
iatlon has fallen off '269 and the pop
ulation oi i he city is now estimated
The Union terms the election of
yesterday farcical. How vastly dif
fereat would have been the Union's
ideas of the contest had the result
The Eastern Fair has the largest
assortment of fireworks, bought
atrect irom the factory, and sold at
the lowest possible prices. Also t
fall line of flags. - - -
The 8ons of Veterans of Daven
port assisted by the Woodmen of
Rock Island, will run an excursion to
Clinton July 4 on the steamer Mary
Mirton. F o .nd trip 60 cents.
Pet r H maon, a lad employed on
the farm of Judge J. W. Drury, sear
Milsn. was seriously injured by a
wa;oa containing a load of machinery
overturning on him yesterday.
Excursion to Muscatine July 4 on
the steamer George Waters. Brass
band, dancing and all kinds of re
freshments. Leaves Bock Island at
8:30 a. m. Round-trip 60 cents.
The concert to have been given In
Spencer iqnare last evening by the
Tri-Cily band was postponed on ac
count of a death in the family of one
oi the musicians, C. W. Gustafson.
J. P. Weyerhauser, Dr. A. H.
McCandless, W. B. Mclntyre and S.
Us vi s. accompanied by their fam
ilies, l(t this morning for Geneva
Lake, Wis., to escape a month of the
The lawn party given at the home
of Mrs. Walter Johnson on First av
enue last evening by the Trinity Im
provement guild, was liberally pat
ronized and also successful irom i
City Clerk Huesing says that par
ties having bills against the city
must have them in by tomorrow
nocn if they desire them acted upon
at the next council meeting, as the
oillee will be closed Saturday
The school election returns should
by all means be sent to the writers
of those letters which Mrs. Norris
furnished yesterday's Union, al
though it must be confessed it is a
trifle late to acknowledge those same
Mrs. C. II. Stoddard and Mrs. J,
M. Montgomery and daughter. Miss
Anna Montgomery, and C. L. Walker
composed a party leaving last even
ing lor Hot Springs, Bouth Dakota.
Mrs. Walker has been at the springs
lor some time.
Persons desiring to attend the eel
bration at Sherrard July Fourth can
leave Rock Island at 6 a. m. or 8:40
a. m. arriving at Sherrard at 6:20
m. and 10:20 a. m. respectively. Re
turning leave Sherrard at 4 p. m.
rare lor tne round trip SI.10.
Rasmnasen Free will make cabi
net photos at $1.60 per dozen for SO
days, ending July 18; any style;
nothing extra for groups, and will
make two sittings. We nave no
agents representing us. We give our
customers the oeneht or the commis.
slon that other photographers give
Fire broke out on the roof of the
Davis building on Seventeeth street.
occupied by the Lewis Roofing com
psny, this morning, but was extin
guished before any serious damage
was done. The blase atarted around
the smokestack. The fire depart
ment turned ont and soaked the
building Jo prevent a spread of the
Charles Mellugh, J. T. Stafford,
P. Sexton, Euscne Burns, James
Larkin, (rustav Stenglc, John
Snitzer, David Fitzgerald, M. J. Mc-
Eniry. Miles O'Keilley. H. L.
Wheelan and J. G. Britton, compos
ing the Rock Island county delega
tion, are attending the convention
of the Thirty-third district at Cam
Bridge today. William MCbniry is
also on hand.
Mrs. Daniel Smith, of South
Heights, died at 12:30 today at St.
Anthony's hospital from the effects
o( an operation for a tumor, which
she underwent Monday. She was 25
years of age and had been ailing for
eight months. The funeral will oc
cur Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the borne of the deceased's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mannheim,
in South Heights.
The Central Union Telephone
Highest Honors World'
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A purs Gripe Cream of Tartsr Powder. Free
tern Ammonia, Atom or any other sduIsrTsnt,
company is filing copies of
a mortgage representing a,uuo.
000 in all of the counties
here it has lines, which includes
this county. The mortgage Is in
favor of the Illinois Trust and Sav
mgs company of Chicago and is on
the telephone company's instru
ments, lands, building, etc. The
mortgage is made payable in gold
with t per cent interest.
1 here are some people but very
few indeed who have expressed
wonder that the Union should have
been so decidedly off in the school
fight. Not so much of a wonder.
when von come to think of the
bridge railway, the present park evs-
tern, the paid tire department, and a
few other public enterprises that
might be mentioned. The Union is
always opposed to the Anous.
Wonld not bring happiness to the
person suffering with dyspepsia, but
Hood's barsapariila baa cured
thousand cases of this disease.
tones the stomach, regulatea the
bowels and pots all the machinery
oi tne system in gooa working order.
It creates a good appetite and gives
heaun strength ana happiness.
Hood's Pills act harmonious! v with
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver
ills. 25 cents.
PayllaH asiaaal tm BarTal
Via the Lake Shore A Michigan
Southern railway July 6. Through
tne great states or Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan. Ohio, Pennsylvania and
New York and along the southern
shore of Lake Erie by daylight.
Leaves cnicago e a. m., arrives at Buf
falo same evening. One fare pins
lor ruuao trip, umii dept. 1
Visit Niagara Falls. Stop at Chan
tauqaa. For f nil particulars address
M. S. Giles. T. P. A., or C. K. W11-
With better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness are n5t due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion oi 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 esteemea so mgniy oy an
who value good health. r 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 you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manuiacturea by tne Cali
fornia rig syrup Co. only and sold by
all reoutable dnureists.
If is 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 have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general sausiacuoa
There Are Honest
And Dishonest Refrigerators
Just as there are honest and dis
honest men and women. On the
refrigerator depends most ef one's
home comfort the pleasure of eat
ing, lightr ning of kitchen bothers,
leas cleaning to do, saving of men
' tal worry, time to -do things all
this and more, too, comes from toe
honest refrigerator the tricky and
made to sell" sorts bewsre of.
Marks the highest point yet made
in refrigerator making 15 patents
cover its construction Is dependa
ble in every way and helpful the
pride of the housewife. We'd like
to show it to every lady In town.
4 A Loner tJst
Of good things
Hess Bros, have In display
the fi nest line of fresh fruits
and vegetables to be found
anywhere in the city. See
Bprtag Chickens dressed
BllcV Baepbenles, Plnmf.
Ked Eaipberries, Cnrmnta,
Fine Fresh Fish.
Largest dealers, consequent
ly the best selection.
SEE OUB NEW LINE
Tan Cloth Tops
Made by the Peaslee
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Free if Toon is
Cost $2 Annually. i
C. C. TAYLOR,
THE BARGAIN CENTER
For Picnics or Parties whole
sale or retail at Krell
GET YOUE ORDERS IN
early we will be pleased
to fill them. But always
remember first come first
served. We are prepared to
fill any order no matter how
large or small. If yon want
a small amount lor yonr
dinner we will deliver yon a
quart in bulk or brick.
Nothing n'cer for a Fourth
of July dinner. In the line
t "z' "',
We will have an extra layout
suitable for Breakfast, Din
ner or Supper. Do not do
any baking this hot weather.
Yon can buy it cheaper and
get better goods than if yon
made it yourself and save all
the worrying of it not turn
ing ont just right.
No housewife's table is complete,
No matter who is fed.
Without a loaf from Krell A Math's,
Their perfect home-made bread.
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Are.
Mc ilityre-IRech Oiy Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Cock Irind, CL
There's a Lot of Thine
We want to dean eat, so we'll combine them with quantities of
new goods received last week, throw all together and offer tbem
at bargain priors of great Interest and at a b'g saving to those
wno want to make then money ouyine most. Head every word
of this advertisement with eate.
$2 Dimity Wrappers $1.25.
10 doaen print wrappers, full yoke ruffle, fitted lining, will hurt
but a short time at the half price, 88c
8 dozen wrappers of best Simpson print, fancy yoke ruffle,
collar trimmed, large sleeve, value SLS8, now 983.
By all odd the biggest bargain of the year is lot S, 15 dozen
fine wiappe-s of figured dimity, bishop sleeve, watteau back,
rquare yoke finished with ruffle ana valanciennes lace, wide
skirts, a S3 wrapper for $1.25.
Sponges lA and Real Value.
A big purchase of Zimoea deep sea 'sponges at 40c on the
dollar, enables us to sell them at ii and H real value.
Great big sponge, generally 20c now 8c
A fine lot of bath spongva, worth 88c at 18c
Elegant big ones for earriage use, or to protect your horses
heads from 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 lc to 9c with plenty of prices between.
Take the line atse for instance, you often pay 15c for no better.
1 he 2c ones do very well for toilet sponges.
Chimisettes at Less Than Half.
30c and 25c Chimisettes this week at 10c
Fancy turn back cuffs, value 23c at per pair 10c
2000 yards pretty 63 challies, IS yards for t9c
800 yards primed ergandirs, dimities and to
lse ana sac, au to M ciosea out at per yarn, ac
Choice bargain pickings, special lot ef plain colored 1 unities
and Swisses st lie, lie and lc
Fancy Work Department. -
Joat to make a lively week, we'll seU 100 stampted linen tray
cloths, for ion.
125 twilled splashers, tinted or stamped. 9c
We damt ssy how much more these items sold for.
800 fine all linen stamped splashers, knotted fringe, beanttfnl
drawn work, values 40c soe and Cdc now SSc
A lot of large tinted table covers, worth up to 5c now loe.
And all week, with any fancy work, the embroidery auk to
work it goes at S skeins for 9c
Laces yi. K. ll Usual Prices.
Big lot of lares cheap this week. Take the 600 yards band
some butter color Oriental laces, worth up to 75c with to 10
Inches, yonr choice 18c 2,500 yards val laeea and taserUnga,
white, black and batter color. This lot will be sold at X leas
than usual prices for such goods.
Ribbon Remnants Cheap.
About 2000 remnants all silk ribbons at much less than nsnal
remnant price. You'll be surprised to see how mock ribSMm
yon can bny for Sc. 8c boys the Quality omally sold for 10c 108 ,
pays for 20c worth, etc Don't miss tlie ribbon remnant basket.
10 Dozen white linen caffs at 6c a pair, collar and caffs,
nets worth 25c, at 18c
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.
CLEM ANN &. SALZMANN
LEADERS IX OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
600 New Styles in Men's Suits which we have placed on sale at '
4.90 For 8Qlte that are wortb - - '- . ,Q
asam aav .av -1)
5.00 For snis that are worth - - . - - Q
Q b Q Q For suits that are worth - - - . 2
Compare our $?.90 suits with those other dealers sell at $7; the $4.90 with the
$9 suits; the $5.90 with the $10 suits and the $6.90 with the $12 suits.
Youll find them just as advertised. ; .
Biggest Bargains in term.
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