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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JTJXE 2, 189S.
Tha Weather We May Have
Partis cloudy toniirhl: probably thun
Today' temperature TO.
J. M. Shericr, Obserrer.
Strawberries at Long's.
Fresh fish at Hess Bros.'
Buy one a Kinship ciar.
Order your flour at Rtchi-r's.
Fresh fish at Long's tomorrow.
Summers & Co. for steel ranges.
Lea's Little Gem is the Vest broom,
f! Fresh catfish at C. II. Seidd's to
morrow. For reliable fire insurance call on E.
Fresh river ami lake tish at H. Tre
Joseph May, of Des Moines, is visit
ing in the city.
Wait for the sheriff sale of the Gold
smith stock Saturday. . 7
Order yoirr fresh lish at Hess Bros.'
tomorrow. Phono 1031.
The best cook stoves ami ranges in
the city at Summer & Co's.
Summers & Co. for Blue Fiame oil
stoves, 322 Twentieth street.
Strawlierrics. three lioxes for 1-t
cents, tomorrow at Beecher's.
James Adams, an old citizen, was
sent to the county infirmary today.
Men's, hoy ami children's suits at
the sheriff sale commeneingSaturday.
Osteopathy. Dr. O. K. McFadon
Mitchell & Lynde building, forenoons.
Hit a popular chord, did those
men's shoes at $.'J.o at Dolly Bros'.
Fred Kckcruian has purchased
Wagner's grocery and will conduct it
W. H. Bledsoe left last evening for
Alaska. He is to he a pilot on a Yu
Choice table butter, 121 cents; and
rood cooking butter H cents a pound
Fresh catfish, bass, buffalo, trout,
white lish and Htinfish at II. Tre
Post master and Mrs. B. K. Moon, of
Fulton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
Mrcet. Ill and
Business property, resideneo proii-
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the cily ly h. J. Hums.
Big sale of ice cream freezers, lawn
mowers, refrigerators, gasoline and
oil stoves at David Don's.
A picnic for the public. Bring your
iiocketlmoks. Sheriff sale commenc
ing Saturday at 1G2S Second avenue
Thev are going Jat thoscf.i shoes
IMly Bros, are letting go at fS.iii).
Come ipiick if you want to be served.
A Crescent sky high bicycle would
make the lest gradual ion present you
could select. Examine them at David
Another nice shipment of sky high
Crescent bicvcles arrived this morn
ing at David Don's. Call and exam
ine America's leading wheel.
J. I. Unbind! will leave on the
Dubiupie tomorrow night for Keokuk.
his future home. Airs. Huiiliell re
mains a month among friends.
Commencing Saturday morning.
June 4. the entire Cnldsinilh stock ol
men's, liovs' and children's clothing.
hats, caps and furnishing goods, will
lie sold at 25 anil 50 cents 011 the dol
Hirh grade photo work at C. K.
Smith's new studio. 'Trices reason
able. Booms corner Second avenue
and Nineteenth street, opposite liar
Evcryliodv should attend the pa
triotie sociable at the First Baptist
church this evening. A good pro
gram and a good lime. Admission 10
and 15 cents.
Head Clerk C. W. Hawes and Gen
eral Attorney J. ii. Johnson, of the
Woodmen, are attending the annual
log rolling and picnic of the camps
at Kockford today.
All photographic work guaranteed
at Smith's new studio. Our motto.
'We study to please." Corner See
ond avenue and Xincteent
Nisite Harper House.
We make a specialty of babies' and
children's pictures at Smith's gallery.
Bring them in. Entrance opposite
Harper house, corner Second avenue
and Nineteenth street.
Chris Ijiwrenee, the section hand
injured on the Kock Island road last
Saturday, has improved slightly at
St. Anthony's hospital, and there is
now some hoc of his recovery.
Majs. W. T. Channon. of Kock Isl
and, and J. B. Clark, of Monmouth,
now at Camp Alger, have been de
tailed to return to Illinois and recruit
the 6th regiment up to its maximum.
1). Roy Bowlby received a postal
from his son. Sam. of the Naval Re
serves, almard the transport Olivette,
this morning, while J. S. Coulter re
ceived one from his brother. A. S.
th street, op-
Coulter, en the same boa all lteing
reported well and expecting to sail
lorKcv west forthwith.
Observer Sherier's nieteoroloo-ical
summary for May places the mean
temperature at 61. the highest having
been 4 on the 24th, the lowest 39 on
the 5th. There were light frosts on
the 6th and 12th. and thunderstorms
n the 10th, lth. 19th, 20th. 21st.
24th, 27th, 29th and 31st.
The district Sundav school conven
tion of the Reorganized Church of
Jesus Christ of letter Day Saints will
lo held at the Swedish Baptist church,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-first
street, Friday afternoon, and an en
tertainment will lie given in the even
ing, to which all are cordially invited.
No admission is charged.
Frank Fredericksen. Anton Foss.
John Lumberg and Charles Weiberg
have returned from Seattle, where
they were employed with a number of
other Rock Islanders in building
boats for the Rock Island Alaskan
Mining company. Last Sunday 32
representatives of the company, in
cluding manv from this citv. left Se-
ittle for the gold fields.
The Silver Cross Circle of Kings'
Daughters will give a mnsicnlc at the
home of Mrs. Jonas Bear Saturday
morning. The proceeds will le de
voted to the assistance of Company A.
nsteaii of the I ubau sufferers, as was
first announced. Any who have nut
licen able to obtain tickets can get
them by paying 25 cents at the door.
It seems that it is not vet definitely
settled that Supt. II. M. Slauson is to
leave .Molinc. 1 lie teachers of the
public, schools have united iu a re
quest that Mr. Slauson le retained.
ippreciatmg as thev do the excellent
services that he has rendered. The
lioard has made Mr. Slauson another
ffer, raising the salary another $100,
and he has the matter under consid
Johnny Donnelly, son of the toll
master of the high bridge, has leen
missing from his home in Clinton.
Iowa, since May 16. He is 16 years
years old. has dark complexion, dark
hair, blue eves. 5 feet 10J inches tall
and weighs 135 pounds. On one arm
the letters "J. D. are tattooetl.
When he left home he wore a check
crcd Jprown suit, wit h a crusher hat
JAIL PRISONERS ARRAIGNED.
John MetJee Goes to the Reform School
and limicurducr to tlie I'm.
Tin; prisoners in the county jail
were arraigneij hefore Juilge dost in
the circuit court this morning.
John (Biddy) MrOee pleaded guil
ty to burglary and was sentenced to
tnc reform school.
Edwin C. Bongardner pleaded guil.
t y to four counts of counterfeiting,
lie was sentenced to the penitentiary
Olhers who pleaded guilty: Kd
ward Milan, lined $25 and Ventenecd
to on hour in jail: Arthur Patterson
obtaining goods by false pretenses
$5 and 30 days' labor on the Kock Isl
and streets; Charles Carlson, larceny,
$5 line and 3 days' labor on Rock
island streets; George I .owe and Ella
Johnson, fornication, Lowe $5 fine and
30 days' lalior on streets, Johnson
$35 line; Arthur Patterson ami Viola
Jones, fornication. Patterson. 30
days' street labor. Jones. 10 days in
The following entered pleas of not
guilty ami will be given trials:
Wesley lieddig. larceny; Kent ley
Sutton, larceny; Charles Wheeler and
John Markham. raie; frank Harroun
burglary: Wesley Red dig, burglary
Edward Pattoii, "robbery; Em il John
son and Thomas McGovern. burglary
Taylor Newton, burglary: Fred Har
ris and rreitW llsun. conlulcncc game
Edward Flynn. attempting to pass
The Winona and Verne Swain were
I he stage of the water at nock Isl
and bridge is stationary at 6.05; the
teni)erature at noon K0.
The Bilot and Bella Mac came down
with eight strings of logs each; the
lVnkuiaiiu and Lydia Van Sant with
16 each, and the Iidv Grace with 24.
The R. D. Kendall. Zalns Davis.
Mac and Duke came down, and the
Lydia Van Sant, J. W. Van Sant.
Duke. I.ady Grace. Z:ilus Davis. Denk
maiin. Kendall and Pilot went north.
The water is stationary at St. Paul.
Dubuijue and Rock Island; is rising at
Red. Wing. Reed's I.mding. La Cross1,
North McGregor. Des Moiues Rapids.
urn neoKUK. ana tailing at Ijp 1 laire.
and St. Louis. But little change is
inlicipated from Dubuque to Kock
Island in the next 21 hours'
Before You Buy a
ratlMM aVaaoia. KrrMptiM. I'lorn, art all
rapuoaa, ai qufcaly, picaaauUj, parma
aaoUj cured by
Tbaaktn h) mad dear, (mooch, aoft aad
healthy, aad k) kept so by aba dm of
It I aa abaolowty para (nap, (oabiotd with
Mdtdaal aaaM ana brti, auothtac
! la ft SrV B0J4 by all Dniiat
OlalKMt, W Ma a boi ; Hutp, facta, a hU
fmxvrmn. aetxawAT cav.
Mi riaiMini aa, raua.
TAKE A GOOD
LOOK AT ft
Hundreds of Soles
Notice if it can le taken all apart
to 1m; cleaned, and to let the fresh
air get into the corners, and see
if it has movable flues and air
tight loeks; but if that's too much
liother, just look for the name.
. If it reads
LEONARD CLE AS ABLE
Buy it.v It's all right in fact
it's the only one that DOES have
all these good points. A per
petual circulation of dry cold air
keeps the food from liecoming
moist or musty. It has metal
ice racks aud other advantages,
Call and See Them
IT'S YOUR CHOICE
Not ours when you come to
buy at our store. We , try
to get the liest of svery ar
ticle W'e buy, aud we expect
you to do' the same. If
your order comes by phone,
we do our best to please
vou. Look at the list:
Sweet Potatoes. Celery," Sum
mer Squash. Ncr Potatoes,
Spinach, Unions, Green lienns.
Wax Beans, Pie Plant, Cucum
Iters Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
Radishes, Ejrg l'laut.New Beets,
New Peas. Turnips, Carrots.
Strawberries. Bananas. Eating
Apples, Orange, Pineapples,
Dressed Chickens. Dressed Tur
keys, Spring Chickens.
1630 Bck1 Art. TtltplMM 10S1.
At Harper's Theatre
Thursday night and Saturday mati
nee and Saturday nigiit. Gallagher &
Barrett's own company will make
their apinranec for the first time in
Kink Island with a list of vaudeville
eola that ought to make any per
formance a credit to the management.
The company is in charge the clever
team. Frank and Don. the singing come
dians, who have won the admiration
of the Rock Island people on former
visits, and the Revere sisters, late of
Blaney's ' Boy Wanted" show; R'uh
ard Verona. Chaddock i Ford. Con
well & Swan. John T. OTay and the
everlating comical Tad. Gallagher &
Barrett, all together in that funny
comedy. Timothy's First Job." an
eccentric Irish comedy that Hopkins
concluded his great Varitian erforiu
ance with. The prices for the per
formance will lie 10. 20 and 30 cents.
Ladies free with one paid ticket.
Don't forget the Saturday matinee
10 cents to all.
The month of Mav has been our
banner month. We have more than
doubled our sales.
We want to make our June sales
.still Ix'ttcr. and will give extraordi nary
bargains all this month.
Speeiiil barpains in Pfnnerware this
week. Iift-picee sets, nemi-porceluin.
decorated, only Mi.4
Just received, three new pattern, lat
est thing out. new shafie. new decora
tions, stop and see them. tt.HK.
lo.?5 and S 12.70.
Wash Bowls, full size 33r
1'l.iin Tumblers. pr dozen I !e
;ias ( Ml Can. one trallou 1 Sc
n-jrsillon C.isolfne Cans title
5i-b.)uikI Flour Cans, decorated 4r
K-drawnr Spice Cabinet 4Hc
lee Cream Freezers, the lest made,
from 09c up
Hammocks. Croquet Sets.
I.arpest nssortmentof Hammocks in the
city to select from 33c to a-5
Croquet Sets from 43c op
We sell the best made Call and .ex
umine and ret our prices. All kinds of
needles, oil. belts, etc.
Sells the Goods That
Made happy in this vicinity by tring the t&xTzrtJp ly
ing, St) lish. Looking QjeliMi l
Shoe for men..Tbe
Sole Agents. S
X.mlm- r. ,mj
I 1 i(P)iT(o)N 1 I
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
3D jEL 3Mr 3
This is the Time of the
Year to Look for Comfort.
At the Tri-City Field Day at
Davenport last Saturday Knox
won First, Jens Second and
Hodgson Fourth in the 3-mile
ojien nine starters.
In the l-iiiile Jens wou
First, Hodgson Fourth nine
In the Base Ball Throw
Harry Mitchell won First,
throwing a Spaulding Ball
30(5 J feet nine men contesting.
Buy your Sporting Goods from
Hynes and be a winner.
S24 Twentieth St, Book Island.
SOS West Third St.. Davenport.
Is prepared to do that and to offer his gentlemen friends the best Shoe
for the money that can be produced. He speaks of his.
in tive different shades of Tan. iiieluding W or (loth Tops. Patent leather. Black. Vici
and Colt Skin. These Shoes are uueiiulcd for the money. Widths A to K. Sizes 5 to II.
it w ill pay you to see ::::::::: : : : :
FOR YOUR FOOT
F.IGHTF.KNTH STKF.KT AM)
We Close at 6:30 Except Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of at! Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Woltian, the Jeweler.
180S Second A
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from onr brewer. It Is the fsTorlte
of the laborer, the epienro, the rich man and the poor nan.
Its flavor is delicious, its "bid" right to please all tastes.
Made right here at home of the finest malt and eholoest hops,
and by the cost Hvanoed process; why shouldn't "KOCK
ISLAND" be the bestf
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Bouncing Big Bargains
TTTHTIE ISftE. cfi& IK..
Fhone 4474. Twentieth Street.
'Wonderful . . .
. . . Reduction
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Reiss
Subscribe for The Akgis.
In prices on up-to-date Mil
linery at :::::: :
MRS. LA FRENL'S.
TRIMMED-From 6a t
USTO up beginning
flAld, Saturday : :
Call and See
Tbe Pretty Styles.
Men's Suit Department.
A splendid line of men's suits In neat jQ5
cheeks, plaid-, and mixture-, worth C fr-ai .P.OiJ
A variety of patterns In plain cassliiM rcs
and faucj cheviot wonh fr.5o, at -'
A banner line of men's suiw. made with briad faeinr.
satin piplnv. splendid body lininic. by far ouuerior to
the Hiwulled iio ImrcainN other dealers O K)
are adverUsintr. price O.iJU
Men's Cne worsted suits and all-wool cuski- tf ff
meres, worth rrom tl3.5Ho 115 at IWUU
Our fine line of tailor-made suit, bearinc an M. k K.
M.id with an M. & K guarantee, equal to cum torn
mad.- vit ri!v are these suits better Diwle and
tnnim-4l. but a iruurameed smviiiy of H to K u e-ery
roll, ibwe suits ranice in priw-lli. (IS. SO and (is.
We tit. pad and presj every suit and keep it presned
or one year without charge.
Children's Clothing Elegance.
Whatever your bov's el.ithinif thouvht mar bate
been, here yu will fcnd ItH materialization. More nove!-ti'-s
In rhUdr.-n er tti:in :iil the riothiriK M'rt- in
RM-k Island. Moline and Davenport eimibined ran hboa
novelties tbsit are nittde expressly for us aud that Du
other aeaier can alHiw.
Feefer wilts from We to .SH
Vestee suits from I.U to 7 ;$.
Russian blou-e suits from f.'. to "7 M.
l uncy sailor suits f roui ') to (lo.
Hir ij.ii suits, a hen received, will rauge lu price
from 2Sc to M si.
A few kilt suit left at half pnee.
Knee troust-r. from l"e to liic.
Knirt waists from l.'e to (!.
Aient for Stir and Mother's riend waist
lUouse a aists lnm iV- to 1 1. VI.
Knee protestors lie. Inead how from 7e to tSe.
ttrowttie overalls from e to 4-'c. blraw bau from
6c to ti.
Boys Suit Department.
l-ntx l'an Nulla, Nlaea I S ta 1 1 Vrara.
Splendid aerv l-et,l loya Lmr Paata Sui's that are
cheap at SV we have planed on kale j 95
Better rrndes of lloys' Suits made of Haathorne
stnieres. will wear like tcataer. rbeap at SE ID
we are selling at
A fine line of IVivs' A U Wimm Bulla. In lirbl and dark
shail". and piuids. reiruiar ! V qualities) f aT1
our price JJJ
Never sold for lea than M to are the Bora' Rttlu you
will Hud io our store, which wa are sell- "T tt
Hei'mn-e of sttte and peifeeUoo la fit are what yooi'et
in tlie Yuuii Men Mtita we are aeUiuf SO
TheflrM-tt lloys' ltRi Panba Rulta Wiade the world
pisiduees none lltei thao those f fn (IK
we are aellir at ' '
More children s novelties than all the stores In the three cities combined can show.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
ROCK ISLAND AND
DAVENPORT t t