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local thunderstorms this afternoon
ana lonigni; cieans( and cooler
Except In Kansas, Colorado and
the southwest the weather l. mvtK.
ally cloudy. Bain la falling at Hele- 1
wh iuiud ana o. tr am.
The temperature baa changed bat
little since yesterday morning.
Maximum temperature. l; mint,
mum, 72 ; at noon today, 02.
O. H. Euht, ObMcm.
Cralle & Co., stylish livery tan
Egyptian green oxfords $2.40 at
Dragon's blood lace ihoei $2 40 at
Dragon's blood oxfords 11.60 at
B. T. Wilson, of Rural, was in the
S. J. Collins went to Cambridge
Hear the Tyrolean warblers at the
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dangherty are
wl.UI - . T Til '
TIBttlug II LiICUU, 111.
Fred Coss has recovered from a
severe attack of illness.
C. H. Nundle has been appointed
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iwouumor at niiisasie.
Plums, cherries, strawberries and
cnoice tomatoes at Long's.
Think hard. Without an M. & E.
wbere would yon get bargains?
Kewlin & Peterson's store at Gen
eseo was damaged by fire yesterday
An Andrae bioycle won the Chl
csgo road race. Hynes sells them.
2.49 buys Adams any machine
omu uuu in ins store.
A district convention nf thai En.
worth leagae is to be held at Milsn
lldn William McEntrv anil n.
Sheriff C. D. Gordon left last evening
tor VOiorauo springs.
Don't nav mannfaclnrer'a nrndli
but bay of Adams, the retail shoe
uiau, sou save money.
Airs from the Tyrol, sweet singers
of Swiss songs, at the Watch Tower
each evening this week.
Straw hats are going fast at Stew
art's. Come early and get fall wear.
All qualities and prices.
For rubber tired traps and baggies
order of Cralle A Co. Carriages with
careful drivers at moderate rates.
Light weight serge coats and vests
are just the thing for this weather.
Stewart, the hatter can please jon.
Patent leather shoos are too warm,
ladies for summer. Tbey are not
In season, bat Adams has them if you
City Weighmaster Milton Jones is
again at his post of duty, after being
laid op two weeks with a sprained
Hear the Tyrolean warblers
dressed in native costumes at the
Watch Tower every evening this
Get into one of those crash suits
and be cool and comfortable; Stew
art, the hatter, has them at all
Summer underwear of every de
scription; prices the lowest. Stew
art, the hatter. See our 50-cent
Mrs. T. B. Cook, of Trenton, Mo.,
who has been visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oilman, re
turned home today.
Mrs. Ellon S. Webber. 661 Thirti
eth struct, sustained a stroke of apo
plexy this morning. Dr. G. G. Craig
was called to attend ber.
In a day or two M. & K. will pest
you as to tho price of straw hats it's
another bargain feast which only the
biggest clothiers, M. & K , offer.
Watch Tower camp 8627. M. W.
A., gives a dance at Black Hawk Inn
Thursday evening, Jane 17. Tiokets
25 cents. Musio by Standard or
chestra. Mrs. Eagene Lewis, formerly of
Moline, now of Salt Lake City, is
visiting in Davenport, acoompanied
by her mother, the widow of the late
Bishop Lee, of Iowa.
The committee on public expend-
itnrna nf thnrnnntv Imard ha. Ia
J w a,
contract to Joseph Henrichs to bring
u graue me soma part oi court
house square, for $120.
It's another deal in which cash
talks, some other fellow pays the loss
and M. A K. customers get the bene
fit don't buy a straw hat until yon
hear the rest. M. & K.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Denkmann,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Marshall and
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mixter have gone
.tflgbeit Honors World' 'Ealr,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A para Crape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free
fcosa jlsaraunn, Alum or any otftsr adumrtntj
JSHVIUS 1X3 STAICUKD.;
DOrth OB the) Itnitmr TVanVmanii
ior a lu-aay pleasure trip
Beidy Bros, are offering a twmia
in a fruit farm three blocks from city
umita; wui uxe some city property
uaua a pars payment. Boom 4
Mitchell t Lynde buildintr.
Beidy Bros, are offering a bargain
in a fruit farm three blocks from city
limits: Will taaa aoma nitv nronartv
in trade as part payment. Boom 4
Uli.L.n m w . .. ..
luitcnau at jynae ouuamg.
Beidv Brno, in nffarinv a hanniii
in a fruit farm three .blocks from
city limits; will take some city prop
erty in trade as part payment Boom
4 Mitchell A Lynde building. - .
E. H. Guver let a contrast Teeter.
uay to ueorge cick ior a comiortabie
tenement house with modern im.
provements en one of his Columbian
iois. j.ne Duuainr is to cost 11.600
The Book Island A Peoria railwii
Drongnc in an excursion of 700 peo
pcopie irom uaiva tma mnrnincr
The visitors took a 20-mila
trip on the steamer, W. J. Young. Jr.
C. L. Sucksdorf and John Hornby
have been elected tirincinala nf two
new school buildings being erected
m uavenpori. xne nrst namea is
now county superintendent of Scott
The children of St. Marv'a arlinnl
give an entertainment at Columbia
,, A .
nail tomorrow svanmir. Tho nm.
gram will consist of an English and
uerman piay, ana musical and vocal
The Contraet for nrlntlnar tka iilw
- , . . Z T - . J
omcers- reports oi iye-97 has been
let to J. F. Dindinger, whose bid was
$47.78. The others wen tha ITninn
ranting company, $62; Kramer,
oieuer s uo., f ett.OU.
Bnnsre A Bennett dalivar RlaoV
Hawk spring and artesian water
llt a l . . . - . . -
uauj. At moueraie rates iamutes
mav have these Dsn wlUri inatAari
of taking their drinks from the city
; m i ......
wains, xeiepnone iois.
Bsuersfeld A Sextnn hava nU onil tn
the work room of their laundry for
ma gomian oi meir inn nTM a i.
foot ventilating fan. A laundry is a
hot Dlaca these dava. whan thai ' t-
mosphere is not tempered by some
The Dauehters of the American
Bevolutien will hereafter display the
national flag at their homes, on im
portant anniversanes of revolution
ary events. Tomorrow being the
anniversary of the battle of Banker
Hill the Hags will appear.
Emmett Beeves has let the con
traet for the building of his house
on Twenty-third street and Ninth
avenue to John Volk & Co., Allen,
Myers A Cp. getting the steam heat
ing, Paridon & Son the paintine and
McConochie, McFarlane & Co. the
Cornelius Meenan. a bov employed
in the mill of the Bock Island Lum
ber and Manufacturing company.
was struck in the right leg this
morning by a clamp in the shinde
making machinery, which got out of
place. A flesh wound was inflicted,
but the injuries are not serious.
Drs. Barth and Hollowbush attended
According to a dispatch to a Chi
cago paper the East Moline company
is uguring wun tne stover Manuiao
turing company, of Freeport, with a
view to bringing it to East Moline.
The company manufactures buggies,
farm implements and bicycles, has a
capital stock of $250,000, and em
ployes 409 men. The East Moline
folks are doing no talking on the
The first of a series of concerts bv
Peterson's band was criven last even
ing at Black Hawk Inn, and was en
joyed by a large number of tri-citv
musio lovers. The concert took
place on the second floor, and the
audience sat about on the veranda
and in the hall. The Swiss Tyrolers
sang two selections and responded
to an encore from the audience. The
Tyrolers sing the songs of the father-
lana very sweetly and always seem
to delight their hearers.
In buviner medicine aa in nthar
matters. ' It is economy tntratHnn.. 'a
Sarsaparilla because there is more
I - 1 . n
meaicinai vaiae in nooa s sarsa
narilla than in anv other. Knn
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla contains
100 doses and will average, tabnn .
C3rding to directions, to last a
montn, wane oiuers jaBt out a iori
night. Hood's Pills are the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
ana yet emcienc
ABBREVIATE IT TELEGRAMS.
Obituary: "At Baltimore, Henry .1.
Buehler, 88, the oldest Odd Fellow tn
the world. At Bloomington, Ills., Jas.
R. Piper. 89. At Detroit, Surpeon Will
lam H. H. Hutton, 59. At Fort Scott,
Kan.. Rev. John J. Hawkins. At Vienna,
Charlotte F. Wolter, the "tragedy queen
of Germany." 63.
J. D. Vavre, a one-handed man who
has been soliciting orders for groceries
among farmers, the past month, was
arrested at Oraotsburg', Wla, on a
charge of forgery.
Stephen Gill has brought a damage
suit for 130.000 against Welsh A Duffy,
the stevedores at Superior, Wis. Gill
recently led a rival gang and, it Is al
leged, was beaten by the Welsh men
in a fight to load the steamer Nicholas.
Dr. William Schmidt, an oM German
physician, aged 99 years, who has prac
ticed in Fulton county. Ills- for fifty
years, died In the poor bouse at Canton.
Michigan farmers say the bay crop
will be rather slim this year. At first
the yield promised well, but the excessive
cold and wet stunted the jrrowtb.
inc piani or me Diamond Hatch com
pany at Green Bay, Wis., will start up
about inly 1.
The American Tobacco comnanv la oa
trltl at New York before the state court
THE AltGUOL T7EDTESDAT JUNES 16, 1097.
O woman ! lovely woman ! nature made
thee to temper man ; we had been brutes
without you." Woman more than merits
ail uc good things that have been said of
her by the wits and norta nf all tinH
When man lauds woman and her charms
ana virtues, he has in his mind's eye an
ideal That ideal is always a healthy wo
man. No man makes pretty speeches and
witty toasts about woman, with the picture
in his mind of a weak, sickly, nenrons wo
man, tortured by pain, and suffering front
depression and despondency. It is in the
power of every woman to be some man's
ideal if she will but build up and guard
an womanly neaitn.
The best of known remedies fat all forma
of disease peculiar to women is Dr. Pierce's
r BTortie rrescnption. It works directly on
vui one sex ot organs tn a woman's body.
It allaVS and eradicate tiain It untliM in.
Damnation, it invigorates and ourifies. It
restores complete health to the organs dis
tinctly feminine and banishes weakness,
depression and despondency. It is the dis
covery of Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting
physician to the Invalid's Hotel and Survi
val insiiiuie, Bunaio, IX. V.' 11 you WISH to
know more about it write to him.
"This is to ten yon." writes Sister El in I,, dt
Falcon, of Corpus Chriati. Nueces Co., Texas,
"that I had been ill for twenty -one years and
was onaiiycarea uy your medicines, tne " Golden
Medical Discovery' and 'Favorite Prescription.' "
It is as easy to be well as ill and tnurfi
more comfortable. Constipation is the
cause of many forms of illness. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets rare constipation. Thev
."y, 9UK.iwdicu k i an u tea. use lit
tle " Pellet " is a gentle laxative, two a mild
cainanic. aii utaier id mepicines.
To find something for
a Sunday dinner these
days. Ton have only
to call and look at our
stock. Below we men
tion a few things:
i New Beets,
pair. Not equalled any
place in the tri-clties.
New toes. All widths.
.1717 Second Aveooftv !
Hew Pass, W
Soup Beeches, m
1 FRUITS . T
J Etrawbarrles, Baspberriea, W
m Blueberries, Goose barriei, W
M Cherries, Pineapples, a
J Truth Peaches, Aprieotf, W
4 Plums, Water Melons, 9
M California Cherries. L
j Dressed Chickens. F
I HESS WSJ
SEE HIM EAT!
That is your husband. He can
not help it since yon keep your
food in the
. Everything kept In the Leonard;
oomes out so crisp and fresh,
clean and sweet, there is no
wonder he eats; who wouldn't
.The Leonard Cleanable Is the
. . result of SO years' experience In
the manufacture of Refrigera
tors, and costs no more than in
ferior makes. Call and examine
lSlft-im SECOND AVENUE.
ing of eur fine
We can assert that even the
dog begs for it when he sees
a fine encrusted cream drop
held before him. Bespeak
ing a present of a beautiful
box of KRELL & MATH'S
Is the aome of the hopes of
the young ladies of Bock
Island as they find them a
well-spring of pleasure in
the lonely hours of home life
and carry the thoughts back
to the thoughtful donor.
Krell & Math's
PAXaAOB OF BWZSTS I
'Phone llSS. Ko. 1718-1718 Second Aw.
Our Brick Ice Cream will
make your party a success.
O Two Bfgrgest
You ought to see the way they are hammering down
prices. It will do your heart good, while your purse is
the greater benefactor. We can save you a whole lot of
11M17 West Second Street.
20 Sht Discount
WiU last all this week on all
sarfiar footgear for every-u
body. Won't it pay you to.
call? r ' J 1
One-Fifth Off on
Oxfords and Tan Shcss.
No "tears" shed by ns on the
following goods at the prices
as we wisn to get tnem out.
So our Dragon's Blood Ox
fords go at
No manufacturer ean sell
them at less than 2.
Dragon's Blood K;d shoes go
No manufacturer can sell
tnem lor less than $J.60.
v Egyptian Green Lace shoes
No manufacturer can sell
tnem for less than $2.50.
Egyptian Green Oxfords go
No manufacturer can sell
them for less than 92.60, and
onr's are the hand-sewed
Don't pay "manufacturers"
profits when yon can save
money by buying of
The Betail Shoe Dealer.
18th Street and Second Ave.
And when It shows
signs of irregularity
take it to
Woltaan, the Jeweler.
A well selected stock
. of Jewell y always on
hand at "live and let
live"' prices. High
in repairing at reason
1805 Second At
Clothing, Hot Weather Underwear,
Special Bargains in Shoes !
Now Is the time to boy anil save money.
Prion low on every thins.
Ladies Chocolate Oxford a. only
Ladies' Taa Oxfords, only : :
Ladles' Black Button Shous. only :
Children's Dongola Shoea, spring heel, &
Children's Chocolate Shoea. spring heel.
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel.
Children's Dongola Shoes, s pring heel,
Children's Chocolate Shoes, .spring heel.
Infants Chocolate Shoes, no heel, S to A
Infants Dongola Shoea, no heel. S to 5, at
Little Boys' Chocolate Laee Shoes. sprin;
We are the greate
Vive Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Ifoner Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J M Baford. Prssldsat
jona aranaaga. vies
W s . - - Vast m MM
a. a. est. MlicasU Lyase's asw
Wash Suits, Negligee Shirts.
1729 Second Ave., 116-120 Eighteenth St.
s s 75 v
: 94 af
s 89o J
o 8, at r Mo Jt
ft to 8. at : 68c V
9 to 11. at t 6o O
toll, at s 1 : 69a
ft to 8, at : (Ot V
at : : .n F
t : 20
heel, 10 to Hi. at 9o
That will do the work
of a hose where a
hose might be found in
convenient. Cost very
little In comparson with
the service rendered and
are made to withstand
the roughest handling and
most constant use.
It Speaks for Itself
Oar stock of wall j paper doesn't
require much talk, 'provided roe
see it This advertisement is more
to get you to come around and look
than to prove the excellence and
price of our patrons, which "speak
for themselves." Cut prices now
on all wall papers.
itvzi XIzll P:;:r Co.
810, 812, 814 Twentieth St.
Incorporated Under the
Jataaoa Maast, ancltars.
n fflvers In X