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I . . , Tk Weather Wa Mar Bar
I Partly dloudy tonight and Wednea-
I day. scattered sbowers tonight J
i ouay lavaperature so. J
A kt Solatia, Observer, i
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Sheriff sale .
Goldsmith stock.' Open
Wednesday anil.Jvtturday evenings.
Buy ono a Kinship cigar.
Eating apples at Morton's.
Sheriff sale Goldsmith stock.
, Miss Annallne.sing is in Galesburg.
Im't Little Gem is the best broom.
Home growl strawlwrriesat Long's.
For reliable tire insurance call on E.
Northern potatoes 65 cents a bushel
Sheriff sale, of Goldsmith's stock
Join the crowd going to the" sheriff
sale, Goldsmith stock.
See Reidy Bros ad. of cheap lots for
sale in want column.
Mark Ashdnwn. of Port Bvron, was
a visitor in the city today.
John 111 left this morning over the
Peoria for Little Kock, Ark.
, W. H. Catton is here from Chi
cago for a short visit with his family.'
" Leave 'your order for home grown
strawberries for canning at Horton's.
Socks 'and. .handkerchiefs in large,
riuantlties at sheriff sale, Goldsmith
Tri-City Institute of Osteopathy.
Mitchell '& . Lyude building. Fore
60 cent men's and boys' bicycle
caps 25 cents at sheriff sale Goldsmith
Mrs Clyde. .E- Miller, nee Buckley,
of Pueblo, GoL. is visiting friends "in
the city, :
60 cent neckties 25 cents, 25 cent
neckties 15 wnts at sheriff sale Gold
smith stock, .,
Dr. A. II. McCandlcss and daughter.
Marian, have returned from a .'I-weeks'
trip in -OklttkiMtiar-
Swcet,milk.:cream,. buttermilk and
Ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
street, 111 and 113.
Men's..linn colors 8'cent s. cuffs 15
cents, celluloid collars -Ac. Sheriff
, Safe Goldsmith ttock.- .
i .Men VVjOj-cnt underwear 33 cents,
8,5 cent urrder wear 1H cents at sheriff
sale. ldsinitr 'stock:
) Business property, residence prop
erty and lots' for sale In all parts of
the city by E. J. Bums.
Rev. Dr. Sweet departed this morn
ing for Knotvllh; to spend a few davs
visitihg at St. Mary's college. " .
l" Three horses ' belonging to Jasper
Forsylhe were killed by lightning on
his farm oear Cordova' last night. ' .
Teler Liel. arrested bv Officer Ains
worth. was lined , and costs todav
by Magistrate Stafford for drunken
'Ttehty men's, lioys" and children's
suits, men's, pants and hats left, at
sheriff sale, Goldsmith stock. Come
Th Woman' Iin provement guild of
Trinity church will meet with Miss
Whitman Wednesday afternoon at 3
Mrs. F. J. Usher, of St. Joseph.
Mo., Is home on a visit. Mr. and
Mrs. Fisher will probably make Rock
Island their home
High grade photo work at C. E.
Smith's new studio. Prices reason
able. Rooms corner Second avenue
and Nineteenth street, opposite Har
Richard L. Crampton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Crampton, of this city,
will be married Tuesday, June 21, at
Toronto, to Miss Gertrude Hoffman,
of that city.
All photographic work guaranteed
at Smith's new studio. Our motto.
We study to please." Corner Sec
ond avenue and Nineteenth street, op
posite Harper House.
June 13 has been fixed hr Judge
Adams as the last day on which olt
jections to the Twentv-sixth street
paving assessment can lie tiled in the
in the county court.
We make a specialty of babies' and
children's pictures at Sinith's gallery.
Bring them in. Entrance opposite
Harper house,' corner Svcoud avenue
and Nineteenth' street.
A. V. Woodyatt. of Moline. is out
with a new song. "Stand by the Flag.
Boys." which be has dedicated to the
army and navy of the United States.
It is cleverly worded and set to in
spiring music t
W. L. Sweenev. of Rock Island
lodge No. 18. I. O. O. F.. received a
telegram today announcingthedeath at
Hinsdale, HI." of William H. Crocker,
one of the most prominent Odd Fel
lows in the state.
D. J. Newton, formerly with the
Rock Island Ptore company, hut re
cently a practicing attorney in Great
Bend. Kas., is uow at Chickamauga
Park as captain of Company A. 21st
Kansas volunteer infantry.
HeVman Hansen, of the late tirin of
Hansen A Mint, called at Thk A km s
office today, anil stated that the busi
ness would shortly l resumed bv Mr.
Mint, and that he (Hanson) would see
that all accounts were fully settled.
Tin eontrrbtrrlnni of the Daughters
of the America! Revolution in Rock
Island to Company A at Camp Alger,
consisted of 4 sheets. 18 pillows. 43
pillow Maes, two dozen towels, three
large bars of jtollet soap and mosquito
netting. t . . - -
Edward Bauersfcld was Itadly
scalded on the- Ctstt and left arm by a
blast of steam at the Rock Island
lanndrv VOCturvIa w aft
. . 1 .... uimuvuii, ilia ill
juries, while not serious, are painful,
and will lay Mr. Bauersfeld up for a
conple of weeks.
It has been decided to have a series
of lectures on -British Municipal
Life" by Prof. Zueblin. of the Univer
sity of Chicago, under the auspices of
the Rock Island Universitv Extension
centre, beginning Thursday, Oct. 13,
and closing Dec. 22.
General Passeim-pr ami T;..ioi
r -.- i . ri l n , ill
John Sebastian, of the Rock Island, is
a . .
senuing out photos of the Rocky
Mountain Limited which made the
run from Chicaen tn Ilpnrcr a mnnth
ago in 20 hours and 53 minutes, to-
iriifhor u-ith . . t.:..l.
.. ..,1 wlc iau' h men was
favorwl in accompanying the flyer at
'aval Rcacrvca Am1kbI.
The Moline I)isKttch was this after
noon notified of the following assign
ments of tnemltcrs of the Moline Na
val Reserves at Key West: Sam
Bowlby and George Cole with Ensign
Hewitt, of Alton, to the dispatch
lioat Leyden; James Bragg to
the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius as
yeoman, George Sophy to the torcdo
lioat Ericeson as quartermaster. G. J.
Benson and II. II. Woodward are tem
porarily stationed as assistants iu the
iwymaster's office at Key West.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mose Voss, of 2109 Sixth avenue, died
this morninir at 6:10 of i-hoW in
fant u in, aged 7 months. The funeral
occurs tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock from the house, with inter
ment at Davenjmrt.
The funeral of Chris A., the 2-weeks-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wendt, 1219 Second street, who died
Sunday night, was held from the
home this morning. Rev. Theu F.
Krueger officiating. .
Iteath From I .or It jaw.
Mrs. Jacob Shreicr died at her home
in Rural at 4:30 this morning from
lockjaw, which was caused from run
ning a nail in her foot three weeks
ago. She leaves. Is-sides her hus
band, one son and a daughter. The
funeral occurs at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon with interment in Bculah
She Waa Well Pnatrd.
In the Sunday school room of an Epis
copal rhnreh in Brooklyn the other day
a lecture was Riven for the benefit of
ome worthy object. It was on a week
day, but on the hymn board in the front
of the room were what the retrulnr mem
tiers of the congregation said were th
numbers of th hymns that had been
snn on the Sunday liefer. Rnt an out
sider was struck with something pecul
iar abont them. Tliero were four num
bers arranccd in linn mm nn.W v
other, as is enstomary on the hymn'
boards, and they were, ns they appeared
to the nndicnee gathered for a lecture.
"4. II, 44" and "Ml."
"Yliy, it was tho funniest thing,"
said a woman who was present. "I no
nnmitA 1 ....... IH .. .1
mnst have been done on pnrpose, for !
encro is no seven hundred and eleventh
hymn in the hyninal; sis hundred and
something is the last. The first three
were policy nnmbers and the last craps.
Wasn't it fnny?"
"Kunny?" said the friend, who was
listening to the joke. "I should say so.
But not so much the numbers being
there ns that you should kuow wbnt
they meant. Now, confess, Uow in ever
did yon?" New York Times.
Wbca Yoa Mret Id Japaa.
Nothing is more amnsing than to
watch two acquaintances saluting in tho
streets of a Japanese town. As they
come in sight of each other they slack
en their pnee and approach with down
cast eyes and averted faces, as if neither
was worthy of beholding the other.
Then they bow low, so as to bring tho
face on a level with the knees, on which
the palms of the bands are pressed.
A succession of hissing Founds is next
made by drawing in tho breath between
the closed teeth, interspersed with a se
ries of complimentary phrases nttered
with great volubility in a sort of nnder
tonert falsetto, each trying to outdo his
friend iu rapidity and extravaganro of
language, while the palms are diligent
ly rubbed against each other.
At last tho climax is reached, and
each endeavors to give the precedence
to the other. For some moments, per
haps for a full minute, the polite con
test coutinnes. Then the ceremony ab
ruptly ends, as if the difficulty were ca
pable of none but a brusque solution,
and the two pass on hurriedly, with
look of extreme relief.
Article Made of Olakln.
. An eelskin leather factory is situated
In a stnifr Btm in !... t m a
London bridge. Here are prepared and '
nianuiacrnrea various articles from the
skin of the common eel. The skins are
manipulated .by numerous complicated
processes until they resemble and would
easily be taken for leather, although of
a more glutinous and pliable nature.
This strange commodity is cut into
long, thin strips and plaited very close
ly together for whiplashes and to cover
portions of the bandies of more expen
sive whips. Certain kinds of lashes and
harness laces are also made of eelskin.
This leather is almost indispensable iu
articles of this description, where flexi
bility allied with an uncommon tough
ness is desired. Invention.
Tratha Tenx-ly Tld.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a safe, sure
remedy for all kinds of kidnev and
bladder diseases. For sale bv T. H.
tnly one remedy in the world that
will at once stop itchiness of the skin
in any part of the hudy; Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store. 50 cents.
For sale bv Marshall & Fisher.
Ta Caws raaillaill
..Tj" rreu Candy Cathartic 10c or Sc.
It C C. C UU M cure, trugguU refund ntooc y.
Before You Buy a
When You Buy
Your Sunday dinner these
days you should select the
place that affords you the
licst selection. Our store
presents always thechoicest
offerings of the home and
citv markets. Read the list:
Sweet Potatoes Celery, Sum
mer Stjuash. New Potatoes,
Spinach, Onions, Green Beans,
Wax Keans, Pic Plant. Cucum
bers, Ciiullflowcr. Tomatoes,
hailishes, Plant, New Boels,
New Peas, Turnips Carrots.
Strawberries, Kananas, Eating"
Apples,. Orances. Pineapples,
Gooseberries, Cherries, Plums.
Dressed Chickens. Spring Chick
ens. HESS BROS.
1120 twnd An. TilnfcoM 1031.
Big Bargains tor This Week.
No. N Wash Boiler, heavy tin, coo
per bottom .". t. 69c
Nickel Plated Tea Kettle. : 40c
H-juart Tin Pails 5.
Slop Pails, painted..- 19c
12 sheets of Decoy Fly Taper, best
on earth 5c
5 sheets heavv Flv Paier, lari'e
. 1 i"i
8 bars of good Toilet Snap 8o
12lxesof Parlor Matches, per
2.')c Imix of Writing pafter for 121c
25 Envclojes in package for 2c
Ire Cream Frevzera,
We will sell the lest made 2-
(juart Freezer for 99ti
8-u:irt Freezer fl.65
l-juart Freezer 11.97
Ijirjrest assortment In the citv to select
Baby Hamm.K-ks frc
Full size Mammocks. 11 leet 40o
Mexican Hammocks th,
Nice Woven Hammocks Kmi
Hammock with pillow anil steel rod Kc
Ak to see the Utopia Hammock Seats,
latest thins: out in Hammocks.
Croquet Sets from the up.
Thone -1-174. Twentieth Street.
. . . Reduction
In prices on up-to-date Mil
linerv at ::::.: :
MRS. LA FRENL'S.
TRIMMED -f 69 cnts
UITC up beginning
rlAIO. Saturday :
Call and See
The Pretty Styles.
TAKE A GOOD
LOOK AT IT
Notice if it can be taken all apart
to be cleaned, and to let the fresh
air jet into the corners, and see
if it has movable flues and air
. ' tight locks; but if that's too much
bother, just look for the name.
If it reads
Buy it. 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 becoming
moist or musty. It has metal
racks and other advantages.
' Tenting Supplies,
Bicycles and Sundries,
Base Ball (3oqds,
Lawn Tennis Supplies.
Wc have the most Com
plete Line in
314 Twtntieth St, Rock Iiland.
803 West Third St Davenport.
Bouncing Big Bargains
Men's Suit Department.
A splendid Mae of men's miiu In neat OK
checks. idaklsand mixtures, wortbts aiiat "J .OC
A variety of patterns In plain easisimeres :
and fancy cbeviots, worth h.&m, at . S iJ
A banner line of men's suits, itiiide with broad faejnir.
satin pipimr. splendid body lininir. bv far superior to
the so-eallert io banraina other dealers JD fSft
are advertising. price Oi JU
Men 'a fine worsted miitx and all-wool eassi- 1 g fg
meres, worth from I1J.50 to 15 at J.JJ
ir One line of tailor-made suits, hearing an M. t K.
label. noM with an M at K. miarantee. equal to eustom
made. Not only are in-e suibt better made and
trimmed, but a guaranteed savins of H to S on every
suit. 1 besemits ranire In priee-li !S l'i .vt and Tis.'
We Bt. pad aod preas every suit and keep it pre.vd
or one year without charge.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
Wear One Pair.
We close st
J "J "J "J T V V S t VV Vt tWVV'I
FOR THE HOT SUMMER DAYS AT
IE3 ISd Si
No need of oing about with sore and tired fc. t this weather, as Adams
has the ant dote for your aliliction, in getting into a pair of his soft soles J
and soft upper shots in colored leather goods. Nothing like them ever V
manufactured, and then the prices are so reasonable:
Ladics $2, 52.50, $3. Men's, 52.50, 5J, 53.50, $4.
Children's, 75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50. Misses', $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.
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I ADAMS I
Wc Close at 0:30 Except Wednesday' and Saturday Evenings. &
Woltnano the Jeweler
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Wolti&D, the Mer.
1806 Snoond At
Children's Clothing Elegance.
Whatever vour bov's riot hire thouznt mv have
been, here you will Hud its materialization More novel
ties in children x wear than all the elothinr tn-s in
Koek island. Moline and Uavenport eoiutuned ean show
noveltur. that arc made epre--Jy for us and that do
other dealer can show.
Feef er suits from (We to SO
Vestee suits f rom l Ml to 7S.
Kussian bloustr suits from .V) to W SO.
Faney aailor sultx fnm i SO to (to.
our wash suits, when received, will ranee in priee
from Zoc to 4 sa
A few kilt suits left at half price.
Knee trousers from 1'ir. ti ls-;.
Hhirt waists from Of to tl i.i
Ak-.-nis for Star aud Mottier's 'riend wahstx.
Hlou.se waists from 35c to t .
Knee proteetors Iron-ld bose from e to TV
Brownie overall, from Sc to the. btraw hats from
c lo K.
More children's novelties than all the stores
Of our Ladies'
which fit like a
above a, look
A A to E widths. Latest St vies.
1 IBdDT (0)N
except Wednesday and Saturday
Hoys" Hublnr Sole Tennis gQc I'a'". Regular
Men's Pkubls-r Sole Tenuis qQq a pair. K-guhir
iULUI - 111 Wh. ft MIUS. TUis
A a M
H. F. CORDES,
XEt. cz, IK,
The fine! Ifcos
In the three cities combined can
Tan or Diack Shoes,
glove, wear weiU and
year s styles. No old slock. 9
is desirable nit h the season
ill the dress of your rooms in
di'eor.-itions and furuisiinrs.
and now is the season for
libt. jriweful and summery
elTeels ill furniture. We b:ive
ciiisilc parlor suites. Ioiiii
in li.iirs and divans lli.it
lMk i-id and restful, and
will make your mx krtl.ok
feel restful, loo. w'wH vt
si-c the prices.
Boys' Suit Department.
I .otic I'anta Solta, Mrea 13 lo l Veara.
Splendid henrHst-atile Boys' lymr I'anta Suits that are
rheapat SA. we have placed un aale jjjj 95
Better rrad-s of Itovs" Ruits. made of Hxwlborn eas
sitneres. ill w-ar like leather, cheap at AC ff
i jo, we arc aeUnu at JvU
A tine line of Boys' All Wool Sluita in lir'it and drV
shades and laids trirular IS Or qwaiitira aT f
our pf ice J J
Never vdd for l-ss tli4n v VI are the Bovs' Suits you
a ill find in our store, which we are sell- y Oft
lutf at S . W
Heirancc of atvlc and perfection In Bt are what you ret
in the Yuuui; Mi-n n nuiia e are M-h.i 50
Ijmt Pant Suits made -the wmld
n - itet t nan t Dose ar j f n
at tf I m& IU tffl Zf
ROCK ISLAND AND
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