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THE ABGUR, FBIDAF, JUNE 4 1C07.
Tba Woatfca We Kay Bmi
Gtneralljr fairtonlght and Satur-'
The temperature has risen tome
nhit In the north central sections,
bot the weather remains quits eo 4 la
alt sections eovered by our reports.
Todar'i tomnmtnr 65.
Pansles at Eckhart's. : , :
Hjnei vulcanizes tires.
Ride tba si j high Crescent.
Home grown pears at Look's.
Crescent bicycles at David Don's.
Black raspberries atW. A. Ehleb's.
Cralle & Co., stjlish livery tarn
outs. Tbe world's best Crescent bicy
cles. Dressed chickens at H. Treamann's
Home grown strawberries at
C O. Nelms was in Dabaqne yes
Cherries by tbe quart at W. A.
Stop at Fckhart's and see the bine
Ike Monk, of Peoria, was in the
The very latest in neckwear.
art, the batter.
Spring lamb and chickens at H.
See the latest new fad in a sweater
at Stewart's, the hatter.
Spring lamb and spring chicken
at Schlndler's meat market.
Ton can bny pure lard for 5 cents
a pound tomorrow at Beecher's.
Friday midsummer opening at
Mrs. Hodges, 2227 Fourth avenue.
Use II. Tremann's Sons' smoked
meats and pure kettle rendered leaf
Dutchess pants the old reliable
no better made, bommera A La
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Myera
have welcomed a new daughter to
A good attraction at the Tower
Sunday. Go out and enjoy the
2227 Fourth avenno is the place to
And the bargains in new and stylish
Dr. J. R. Hollowbush and City At
torney C. B. Marshall have returned
Which will it bo, a straw hat or a
far cap. We can please you in either.
Stewart, the hatter.
Fans nothing nicer for gradua
ation presents. Special low prices.
Toung & McConibs.
Picnic hams, 6 cents per pound, at
II. Tremann's Sons'.
Mr. Everett, of the Economy store,
has received his naptha launch, the
Ethel, from Fort Wayne.
B;gular fast street car service to
the Watch Tower Sanday. Band
concert and special features.
J. J. Roach has returned from Up
per Alton, where he took the degree
of A. M. at Shurtleff college.
We show over 250 styles of fans
something very nice at popular
prices. Yonng A McCombs.
The opera. Pirates of Penzance, at
the Watch Tower has been postponed
to Saturday evening, June 6.
Suits for the little ones, high
grade ones, 15 and $4 kind, now
4 35. Sommera & La Velle.
Black Hawk's Tower always affords
St pleasant place to spend Sunday. It
is prettiest this time of year.
Sweaters sweaters, sweaters, all
colors and kinds, at quick sale
prices. Sommers A La Velle.
Beecter has just received a lot of
gallon crocks of ebcice farmers bat
ter to sell at 12 cents a pound.
For rubber tired traps and buggies
order oi uraiie ft Co. carriages with
cateiui drivers at moderate ratea.
Children's clothing, did yon say
Boys' knee pant suits, hummers for
wear, $2. SO. Sommers & La Velle.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Griffin, of Col
orado Springs, have arrived in the
eity for a 2-wecks' visit with rela
Boys' long pant suits the kind
they like at 16. Never gave better
values than these. Sommers A La
W. A. F.hleb
Snow Flake flour,
an teed aa strictly
grade to be had.
sells Big Joe and
Every sack euar
pure and highest
William Jackson left for Pontine
thia afternoon to attend ft meeting of
me ooara oi managers oi tne reform
Large line of wash suits the sea-
HlfhMt Honors Woiid'A. Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Oesm of Tartar Powder. Free
Asia Anrfiooia, AJjrn or any other adulterine
aon'a novelties prices that will
make short work of them. Som
mers A La Velle.
Conductor C. S. Tetter, of the
Burlington, has returned from1 Car
thage, where he has been visiting the
past three weeks.
Miss May Lois Scripture, of Chi
eago, is guest at the home of her
sister, Mrs, J. W. Blessing, 1103
Mrs. Henry Geisler entertained a
company of lady friends at her home
yesterday in honor of Mrs. " John
ston, of Cedar Rapids.
Hand-me-downs are nowhere com
pared to Dlxon'a sacrifice prices on
suiting. Stop and look them over
bargains, every one of them.
Rev. G. A. Brandelle, of Denver,
Col., will preach next Sanday morn
ing in Grace Lutheran church, and
Rer. A. M. Anderson at 8 p. m.
Crescent quality and Crescent
beanty at Crescent prices should
make yon and your friends Crescent
riders. Examine them at David
Manager McHugh, of the Watch
Tower theatre, has engaged the Schil
ler Vaudeville company for a series
of engagements commencing next
On account of High school com
mencement, the service announced
for the United Presbyterian church
this evening is- postponed until to.
A strong effort is being made by
the attorneys of Dr. John Cleland,
of Davenport, now in the Anamosa
penitentiary nnder conviction of
abortion, to obtain his pardon.
Mrs. E. D. Watt, supreme oracle
of the Royal Neighbors of America,
visits the Rock Island eamps tomor
row night. A joint meeting of
camps will be held at Carse's hall.
Dixon, the tailor, has a line of
suitings that he is closing out at
ridiculously low prices. Don't wear
hand-me-downs when these can be
had at such figures. Drop in and see
Mrs. Annie Reynolds and her two
children were furnished by Poor
master Lidders with transportation
to Cambridge. She ia trying to get
to Pana, 111., where she has rela
tives. Funeral services for little Harry
Lehr will be held at 9 o'clock tomor
row morning at the residence of
Mrs. Williams, 1002 Third avenue,
after which the remains will be taken
to Preemption for burial.
Hon. W. H. Gest arrived home last
night from attending the funeral of
his sister, Mrs. Martha V. Fish, of
Lee, Mass. Mrs. Fish visited in
Rock Island ft few months aero. Her
death was due to an apoplectic
The meteorological summary of
the month of May places the total
precipitation at 1.91: the number of
clear days, 13; partly cloudy, 11;
cloudy, 7. There was a slight frost
on the 31st, and thunderstorms on
the 9lh, 22d and 27th.
John Gait leaves tomorrow even
ing for Manitou, Col., for future res
idence, having accepted a position
with the Pike's Peak railway. Mr.
Gait's friends will regret exceedingly
is departure from Kock Island, and
win cherish the hope that he mav
prosper in his new home.
The dye of the soldiers' monument,
being removed to the northeast cor
ner of court house square, fell while
oeing hoisted irom It foundation
mis morning. rne corners were
chipped a little, but M. R. Iglehart A
vo., who are moving the shaft, say
me aamage can be easily remedied.
A game of base ball was played
yesterday afternoon between the
Rock Island High school team and a
nine pieked from the alumni. As
usual, the High school team won, the
score being 35 to 17. In the evening
the victors were given a supper by
Harrison G. Welch, the manager of
me team, at nia Dome.
The Young Rivals defeated the
Eighth Grade nine yesterdav after
noon by a score 21 to 12. The bat
teries were, for the Rivals, Archer
and Massy" Brennan; for the losers.
Ltmburg and Jahns. The features
of the game were tbe terrific batting
of the Rivals and the battery 'work
of arcner ana Brennan.
The tearing down of the Fries
building necessitatea the removal of
R. Crampton A Co.. and thev will
move next door and occupy one-half in
front ana an tne rear of the finneo
store. The rear part will be altered
to suit the new arrangements. With
thia alight change in location patrons
can easily nna the store.
try Electrio Bitters as ft remedy for
your troubles? If not, get ft bottle
now and get relief. Thia medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and core of all
remale complaints, exerting a won
derful direct Influence In giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting speus or are
nervons, sleepless, excitable, meian
choly or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electrio Bitters is tbe medicine yon
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50o at Harts A Cllemeyer'i
Btqral llalft-ftkwra, Attaattoa.
A joint meeting of eamps 281 and
101 will be held at Carse's hall Sat-
nrday evening, June 5, at 8 o'clock,
The supreme oracle, Mrs. E. D,
Watt, will make an address. All
neighbors are requested to be pre
ent. By order of camps.
Subscribe for Tub Avast.'
down to death
of her woman
ly self. Every
appreciate the importance of the health
ana strength of the delicate organs
that constitute her womanhood. The
woman who neglects her health in this
respect is sure to be a continual sufferer
ana is in constant danger of 'an early
grave. To such a woman wifehood is a
torture and motherhood a menace.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription acts di
rectly and only on the organs that make
wifehood and motherhoodpossible. It in
vigorates them ana makes them neaiiny.
It prepares a woman for an almost pang
less maternity. It does away with
the dangers oi motherhood. It insures
the health of the newcomer in the family,
Over 90,000 women have testified to its
wonderful virtu res. All good druggists
sell it. There is nothing " jnst as good.
"If it had trot been for tout medicine aad yam
advice " write. Mra. X. P. Thomas, of Antotne.
Pike Co., Arks.. " I would no doubt be in lay
grmve or in an insane asvlura. Fourteen yean
ago, when my second child was born, I came very
near losing my mind. My head would hurt ao
bad I could hardly live. I could not lie down and
raise up without great pain. My life was a mis
erv to me. God alone knows what I suffered. I
naa lost an nope oi oeing: curca. dui i ujok your
Favorite Prescription according; to directions.
I usea one Dome 01 tne rieasam reueis,
two of the ' Golden Medical Discovery,' and si
of Favorite Prescription.' In a little over one
vear after I began your medicine I trave birth to
twins. Since then I have a boy baby ten months
old. He weighed eleven pounds at nis Dirtn. l
have been better in health since the birth of these
children than I bad been for years before. Before
using your medicine my weignt was aDout one
hundred and thirty-five pounds, and now I weigh
one nnnareo ana surry-nvc."
tr. Pierce's Pleasant Peueta are a safe.
sure, swift and permanent care for constt
nation. They never pipe. One is a frentle
laxative, and two a mud cathartic Drug'
gists sell them.
Here It Is
Of the Season.
A line that's fit for
the tables of Kings.
Home-grown Peas, Wax Beans,
Summer Squash, Tnrnlps,
Carrots, New Beats,
Soup Bunches, Parsley,
Spring Chickens dressed to order
Eating Apples, '
Yours for Good Goods,
ALL WEEK Ladles
Hand-Sewed Shoes In
Chocolates and Ox
Thli) k of buying a hand
sewed shoe for less than
others ask for machiae
BARGAINS IN -
ffinseo DDso'.f Offerings
SEE HIM EAT!
That ia your husband. He can
not help it since yon keep yonr
food ia the
LEONARD CLELMBLE REFRIGERATOR
Everything kept in the Leonard
comes oat so crisp and fresh,
clean and sweet, there is no
wonder he eats; who wouldn't?
The Leonard Cleanable is the
result of 80 years' experienee in
the manufacture of Refrigera
tors, and costs no more than in
ferior makes. Call and examine
Are making the only
IN THE CITY.
It fa of fine grain,
rich In flavor and
chuck full of nutri
tmnt. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
8 Two Blasest
Never la the history of the clothing trade have the people been offered such a real bargain feast aa the one
now la progress. It is not an every-day occurrence that one has an opportunity of buying
And mny goods at less than one-fourth the original price. As soon as this stock has been disposed of
the interior of the store will be placed In readiness for the reception of the finest new itock of High
Grade Clothing In this vicinity. There has been a terrible gash made In the price of Overcoats
and Winter Underwear. Everything must go, as we are deteinrlned to open with an entire new stock.
Our One-Price System to backed by a reward of One Thousand Dollars to anyone who can or
ever has bought of us for less than the price asked.
11M17 West Second Street.
"Of him who cries cut
Thief. 1st henest
So says Addison, and he might
have included ladies also. We
axe accused of being Robbers'
for yeara, be that as It may.
compare onr prices and judge
in regard to who is the Rob
For a fine rici kid turned shoes, no
tacks, "Bobbers" price
Their price for a stiff, machine
sewed, tacky shoe, SS.80.
For a nice, soft, bright dongola
lace shoe, new toes, "Robbers"
Their mice for not as good a shoe,
$2.50, and full of tasks besides.
For a fine tan or dark shade of
wine lace shoe, ever pair warran
ted, "Bobbers" price,
Their price, 53.50.
Fine line of ladles' hand-turned
oxfords, soft and easy to tbe feet,
no tacks to make your feet sore,
Their price for the stiff, tacky,
uneasy kind, f 1.50.
We have nothing to say only to ask
You Buy of
And yon will receive your money's
Clock Cleaning Time
Is here and you will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put in shape so that you can
be more punctual daring the
ooming year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We it eke special
effort to do satisfactory work
ftnd we seldom fail.
Clocks Galled for 2nd DzIlTsred
All yon need to do Is drop
ns a postal and yonr clock
will be called for and re
turned to you in good order.
Woltman, tks Jeweler.
1805 Seoond Ave
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Special Bargains in Shoes !
Now Is the time to
Ladies' Chocolate Oxfords, oaly : : : 76o
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, only : : t : : : 1 99o
Ladles' Black Button Shoes, only : r : '. t 89o
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, to t, at : s Mo
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 5 to 8, at : ft 80
Children's Chocolate Shoea. spring heel. 9 to 11, at : : 9o
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, 9 to 11. at : t : 69o
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, 6 to 8, ftt : : Mo
Infants Chocolate Shoes, no heel, 3 to 6. at : : 40q
Infants Dongola Shoes, no heel. 2 to 6. ftt : - too
Little Boys' Chocolate Lace Shoes, spring heel, 10 to IS, ftt 89o
We are the greatest bargain givers In
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1 501 Fourth Avenue.
Special Inducements in Crockery
100-piece Dinner Set, semi-porce
lain, plain white, tt.49.
100-piece Dinner Set, decorated,
worth 19.50, for 6.97.
One lot Cups and Saucers, plain
white, per set 18o.
One lot Cups and Saucers, per
Wash Bowl and Pitcher 63s.
All Water Sets ftt half price this
FIts Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
OFFICERS: 1 DIRECTORS:
? M Bnfbrda President.
Joha crabaort, Vk rnaldaatt,
1 6 raanawal t, Caahier.
Bgaa biihen July a, MM, and eeeapf tks
ft. . cor. atlicaall Lynea'a mum baUdJB
AT HALF PRICE
1729 Secocd Ave.. 116-120 Eighteenth St.
buy and cave money.
4-ball Croquet Set 49c
6-ball Croquet Set 75c
8-ball Croquet Set 97c
Porch and Lawn Seats 8c
Sleeve Boards 25c
Complete Screen Door fit ftnd hung
for only $1.25.
Large assortment of Hammocks
from SSo up.
Of today Is as different
from the fixtures of a few
years ago as the Wels
bach light Is different
from the candle. We
have all the modern ap
pliances for gas lighting
and heating. It might
pay you to look at what
In corpora ted Under the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
B P Ball.
I B BaforS.
-jnltiau tot stajcajux
1717 Second Avenue.