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The Weathrr We May Dava
Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday.
with thunderstorm this afternoon and
Today'a temperature 64.
J. M. Ebcbieb, Obserrer.
At sheriff sale.
Pay your water rent.
Peter Fries is in Peoria.
Choice berries at Long's.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Black rasplierries at Horton's.
Butter i cents at Maucker'g.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Spring lamb at Schroeder's market.
Amcnt's Surprise store for bargains.
Spring lamb at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Spring chicken t at Schroeder's mar
ket. New home grown jiotatocs at Hor
ton's. Read Kckhart 'sad in another col
umn. Spring chickens at II. Tremann's
Crash suits 3.S. Summers & La
A full supply of fresh vegetables at
Dressed chickens at Schroeder's
Linen crash pants . Snmmcrs &
For reliable tire insurance call on E.
Plenty of strawlicrrics by the case
Trade with W. C. Mauckcr and
Soft and silk bosom shirts. Soin
mers & I,a Velle.
Picnic hams 6 cents per jkhiimI. II.
Dressed chickens, driest in the mar
ket, at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Buy your smoked meat at II. Tre
mann's Sons' and get the la-st. .
Men's pants, .10 and 60 cent glades,
35 cents. Sommcrs & Iji Velle.
Plenty of canned goods on hand at
Mauckcr's. They must be sold.
Bicycle caps .10-eent otialitv for 2.1
cents at sheriff sale, Goldsni ith stock.
THE ABGTJS, FRIDAY, JITXEllO. 1898.
ing on account of the rain. Tickets '
heretofore sold will be honored Satur-1
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk ami
ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
street, 111 and 113.
An Unbroken lino nf iui.ll ;i:
at greatly reduced prices for the next
30 days at Miss Byrnes'. An excel
lent opportunity for a Fourth of Julv
It does not paV vou to han" vour
own wall moer whpn mn r.n
lirst-elass lalor to hanir it Win
cents per roll at Sutcliffe"s, Fifteenth
ami econa avenue.
The promenade pnnwpt i t,
wen triven last nifrht nt f. w,.i.
lower UV I'etersen's nrvlu.et
- uivHi-tiu uia
postponed until next Mondav evening
on account of the interference of the
Saturday, June 11. occurs the
cursion of the young people of the
German Lutheran church. The
steamer Winona will leave at 8:20
Band concert. Admission 'JZ r.nte
Cars to Moline after return.
Forty-live men are wanted in r.
nun v-ouipanv r. oi Jiavenpirt, now
stationed at Jacksonville, Fla., uu to
its maximum, and Lieut. Heiider ami
N-rgt. liurmeistcr have been scut
Home to secure the number desired
The Davenjiort branch of the Iowa
n.uoeis iroieetive association gives
an excursion on the Pilot and bar"e to
Muscatine and return next Sunday
Boat leaves Rock Island at 1:35 p. m
returning at 10:30 p.m. Strasser's
band on board. Tickets 50 cents for
gents, and 2.) cents for ladies.
James Moore, who was seized with
a violent attack of insanity at his
home in Tort Byron last night, was
brought to Rock Island today in
charge of Bailiff Nicholson, and will
Have his mental condition inquired
into by a jury in the count v nur-t
Mr. Moore has not been just right for
a vimijih; ipi years
Comfort yourself these hot days bv
getting into one of those cool crash
suits at Stewart's, the hatter, who
also has a pretty line of light weight
serge suits, coats and vest, or single
coats; summer underwear that is cool
II I - 1- ...
iiiiiuismiie line ol Ijicvcle liose, caps
and belts ami suits. Straw hats, all
kimls. Stewart, the hatter.
John Reid, of the laundry linn of
UU-rg & Keid. has disposed of his in
tcrest in the business to Charles K.
Davis, and the st vie of the firm will
hereafter be Oberg & Davis. The lat
ter, like his nartner. i.4 vminr mint.
Before You Buy a
Join the crowds going to the sheriff. K'tc ad thoroughly "reliable. H
salo of the Goldsmith clothing stock.
Saturday glove sale. French cha
mois gloves at 79 cents at Bennett's.
Big line of straw hats 25 cents and
50 cent" at the sheriff sale, Goldsmith
has for four years been enn.lov...! l.v
. -ii.iuii. me grocer, anil his iren
tlcmunly and obliging disj)osition
have made him a favorite with all
who have had dealings with him
..,.,... I me vniiure
In-Citv Institute of Osteopathy. n i(. , .
Mitchell '& Lvnde building. I'0"- , 1 "
-... " pctizing, nourishing
Olve the Children a Drink
i a delicious, an-
noons r""'"' "wiuiMuiig ioou (inniv to
, .... , . ,. , ,. take the place of coffee. Sold by all
Mens !(Uu.nt laundricd shirts 4H grocers and liked by all who -have
,,-., i i Be..., saie, uoi.isniiu, use.1 it, because when properly pre
HU,('h- pared it tastes like the linest. Voir,.,.
Miss May Pratt and her sister, Hat. j but is free from all its injurious prop-
iti. r-in ii'ini" niu niiiiiiniT in lion ii i:iLie. iir.-Lin-ii itiic i iinitiim ....i
. C .ii.r,iiwii UU1I
Mrs. Louisa Zcigler. of Port Byron,
left over the Rock Island for Denver
America's leading wheel the skv
high Crescent. Examine them at
Plantation melodies by the Tennes
see Jubilee Singers at the Watch
Business property, residence pro(
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Burns.
The Tri-City Labor Congacss holds
its monthly session Sunday afternoon
at the Industrial Home.
I D. Mudge, of Taylor Kid"c, and
sister from Kansas, left today for a
visit at Binghampton, X. Y.
Men's f l.AO sweaters 75 cents, and
7.1-cent sweaters 38 cents at the
sheriff sale, Goldsmith stock.
Wool crash suits, blue serge coats
and vests are the proper dress for hot
weather. Simmers & La Velle.
Buy for cash nt W. C. Mauckcr's
new store; he sells groceries as cheap
as they can consistently lie sold.
Miss Stella Johnson has gone to
spend the summer with friends in
Missouri. Kansas and Oklahoma.
This week will U another big cut
on wall ax r. and paer will be hung
for 10 cents jht roll at SutclinVs.
Oak sewing rockers, $1.25. Oak
dining chairs. 7.1 cents. Amcnt's
Surprise store. 11? 22 Second avenue.
Refrigerators and gasoline stoves,
white enamel led. springs, mat
tresses, at Surprise prices at Amcnt's.
George Westgate was held to the
grand jury yesterday at Cordova In
justice Curtis for the theft of a row
boat. No grade so high as the sky. high
Crescent grade. They are coming in
every day at David Don's. Examine
You won't know hat it is to enjoy
life if yon do not ride a sky-high
Crescent bycicle: select one at "David
Iou's and see.
The remains of S. B. Ewing; who
died in California, will arrive in Orion
Sunday, and the funeral will occur
there at 2 p. m. that day.
Lieut. C. B. Hardin." I'. S. A., has
leen ordered to vlose his recruiting
office here, and will leave soon for
Camp Merritt. San Francisco.
Large line of boy's and children's
suits, ages from 4 "years to 20 years.
25 cents and 50 cents on the dollar at
the sheriff Nile. Goldsmith sttck.
The moonlight excursion which was
to have been given Thursday evening
bv the German Lutheran voun r
pie was postponed to Saturday even-
siii-iigim-us me nerves, it is not a
stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
Take lit Jug In Transit.
"The other day I was coining east on
me jjaitimore ami Ohio railroad," said
Mr. H. T. Towns of New York. "Tn
tho parlor car in which I traveled were
a coupio ol iiilariqus lew lorkers, who
were spc.uiliug their money for cham
iaKuo. or at least one of them was, with
a liberality tunt was nich akin to reck
K ssiioss. The number of quart bottles
that thoy consumed was startling, and
ettry lime llie coloretl attendant brought
In a freth Lottie ho was nresented with
$1 note. Whenever the contents of
one were pretty nearly gone the elder
of the bacchanalians shouted ont to the
waiter, 'Who told yon to stop bringing
"But alone toward evening thn snn
ply ran out, much to the disRost of tho
pair, .-.mi tiivy bad to be content with
high bails, cocktails and other plebeian
drinks. These were sufficient, however,
to keep np thi ir spirits, and later in
tho night I could hear them yelling for
auothi r round.
"Tho nest day the condnctor of the
traiu told me that this conple had been
riding op and down the road for nearly
a week and that they hadn't drawn a
sober Lrrath in all that while. It eeem
ed that it was the odd way taken by the
iH'nior member to indulge in a spree.
He took tho younger man along merely
for company and footed all the billi
Aliont once a year the notion took him
to go off ou a tear, and, not wishing to
indulge in inebriation at home, he
couldn't think of as good a scheme as
riding continuously on a trunk line,
where there would be only strangers to
wonder at his dissipated behavior. The
idea of picking a Pullman as the the
ater of a protracted jag struck me as de
cidedly original." Washington Post
A Bad Bargain.
The onprofitabltness of some of the
rush and worry of business life is n at
ly suggested in the followiug dialogue,
found iu ot:o cf the papers:
"Where is Jones?"
"Gone to California. "
"To regain his health."
"How did he lose his health?"
"Earning the money to go to Califor
nia." Youth's Companion.
Ox Field I'nlnraxlrd.
"I see that glass bricks are coming
into general use." said thn nnnnl.v th
"TtK-y won't invade the gold trick
field, " said the cheerfnl idint "Tl,
are too easily eeen through." Indian-
TAKE A GOOD
LOOK AT ir
Notice if it can lie taken all apart
to be cleaned, and to let the fresh
air get 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
LEONARD CLEAN ABLE
Buy it. It's all right iu 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
ice racks and other advantages.
Call and See Them
I I li(teTT(D)N
How to get up a sumptuous
dinner confronts every lady
thai eome to inr wtiirn If P
you can't call, then order by
phone and you will get our
best attention. Read below:
Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Sum
mer Squash. New Potatoes,
Spinach, Onions, Green Beans,
Vax Bean. Pie Plant. Cucum
bers, Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
Badishes. Egg Plant, New Meets,
New Peas. Turnips, Carrots.
Strawberries, Uananas, Eating
Apples Oranges, Pineapples,
Gooseberries, Cherries, Hums. -
Dressed Chickens. Spring Chickens.
1620 SkosI Art. tiiijhoM 1031.
Special Leaders for Sat
At 9 o'clock galvanized iron buck
ets, 10-jiiart, each U
Souvenir spoons of battlesh'm
Maine, worth 25c. as long as
they last 10
One lot imitation cut srlass vase.
At 2 o'clock, one lot of food
brooms, one to a customer, 2
o'clock only, a piece 5c
Of our Ladies' Tan or Black Shoes,
which fit like a glove, wear hell, and
above all, look well, for
AA to E hldths. Latest Styles.
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
wuv. v.0w .A.vpi v guucauuy tuu oaiuraay evenings.
a r v t l j? m m ii . r
FOR THE HOT SUMMER DAYS AT
i5L D ISE :
We have a good thing
nr 1.. n
vfdveny Dicycies, J
Flush Joints, Adjust
able Handle I3ars,G.
& J. Tires, '98 Models
a firm with a paid
capital of Si, 000. 000,
No need of going about with sore and tired feet this watW ac Ari,m.
" 9 tUUIIIj
has the antidote for your affliction, in getting into a pair of his soft soles
and soft upper shoes in colored leather goods. Nothing like them ever
manufactured, and then the prices are so reasonable:
Ladies1, $2, $2.50, $3. Men's, $2.50. $3. $3.50. 4.
Chlldren's, 75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50. Misses', $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.
Hoys' KublHT Sde Tennis 5QC a Pair. Regular 6oc Coods.'
Men's Rublier Sole Tenuis (,Qc P"'"", R'-gular (Sic ;mm1s.
Full line of JOHNSON & MURPHY'S MEN'S SHOES. This
Pelt buckles worth
A big bargain in croquet sets a
set lor liDe
Full size hammock fur on I v
At 7 o'clock. 5 00 boxes s
per Ikix . . .
bars in a 1m.,
year's htvles. No old st.H-k.
Ft H MFOKT
i. rv urac at u,-jw tAtcpt neanesaay ana Saturday Evenings. Jt
yoltmann the Jewelef
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.
Woltman, lb Jeweler.
is desirable with the wason
in the dress of your rooms in
decorations and furnishings,
anil now is the season for
light, graceful and summery
effects in furniture. We have
cvjui.Mte parlor suites, loung
ing chairs and divans thai
look cool and restful, ami
will make your NM-kcthook
feel restful, too, when you
see the prices,
EC KH ART'S
Phone 4471. Twentieth Street.
MRS. D. LAFRENZ
Has received a new
of fine : : : :
For the Hot
. . . FOURTH OF JULY HATS
In all the Delicate
Tasty Designs at :
Prices Not Excelled
In the Three Cities.
824 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
803 West Third St.. DavenDort.
r 1 w muinui wtw wuiwuiui. 1.
H. F. CORDES,
The rush for our specialties in Underwear fully demonstrate that the qualities are right, and the price must be right, too.
We've just received another big shipment ot that celebrated
! Balbriggan Underwear in Two Colors, Regular 40c Quality, 25c. n
Bargains in Underwear.
35C for 2-thread Balbriggan worth 50c.
45C iT h'ne lialbriggan worth 60c.
65C f"r tne -jC qualities of Ron lions.
85C f'r .Scriven's Klatic Seam Drawers; In-fore M. & K.
opened in Davejiport you had to pay $1.
Finest qualities of LUle Underwear
Pure Silk Underwear J.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
Hats, Suits and Shirts.
You will be pleased with our Styles and Prices of
Straw Hats, Crash Hats,
Serges, Crash Suits,
And Negligee Shirts.
Children's Wash Suits 48c and 68c.
ROCK ISLAND AND
DAVENPORT : :