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Tk Weather W May EUt
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
with occasional tbunderKtorma.
Today's temperature 81.
J. U. SHiaiia, Observer.
Sheriff sale, Goldsmith stock.
Tay your water rent.
Bnj one a Kinship cigar.
Eberhart for piano tuning.
Black raspberries at Hoi-ton'.
Plenty of strawberries at Horton's.
Lee1 Little Gem is the best broom.
Amcnt's Surprise store for bargains.
Home grown cherries at Horton's.
Trefz & Co. for ice cream tomor
row. Ebcrhart's if you want a lirst-class
Plenty of strawberries at Long's to
night. Don't miss the moonlight excursion
For reliable tire insurance call on K.
Plenty of strawberries at Becelicr's
Low prices on shoes this evening
All ierishable goods cheap at Long's
Plenty of underwear at sheriff sale,
Latest styles straw hats, sheriff sale.
Goldsmith stork. '
Summers & Co. for gasoline and
Blue Flame oil stoves.
The city council meets in adjourned
session Monday evening.
Mis Lottie Reynolds left last night
for a visit at Greelev, Col.
Summers & Co. for cook stoves and
ranges, 822 Twentieth street.
The largest and Is-st stock of bicy
cle in the city at David Don's.
Buy your hammocks, croquet sets
ami fishing tackle at El khart's.
Three bars of toilet soap in a Imix
for fi cents tonight at Eckhart's.
TILE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JUXE 11, 1898.
married Thursday bv Justice W. F. !
It is whispered that a Rock Island
lady is soon to lie led to the altar by
a professional man residing in an
Stop at Trefz & Co's. for a dish of
iee cream tomorrow. They will have
three flavors, namely, strawlierrv,
chocolate and vanilla."
C. KSterett. of th C. R T p
train dispatcher's office, and wife Wr
this morning for a two weeks' visit at
1 l 1. . -
me uisana exposition.
An unbroken Tine of swell mill;
at greatly reduced prices for the next
30 dars at Miss BvmpsV An v.oi
lent opportunity for a Fourth of July
lienelicial to the crops in the high and
dry sections of the country, while in
the low lands the result has been dis
astrous, the seed beinir in nianv in
The Davenoort Samirfest ha
elected IL L. W
secretary in nl
deceased, and ordered also the salary
of f"5 to continue to the family of the
lamented secretary. ,
Thomas Smith and bride are visit
n .at the home of Mrs. Smith's
brother. J. V. Van Arsdel, on Thir
teenth street. Mr., Smith formerly
resided here and is now a dispatcher
for the Peoria & Pt-kin road at Peoria.
The Tennessee Jubilee Sincrersi
opened an einrairement at the Watch
Tower last evening. -Their singing
is delightful; it is immense, and worth
going a long way to hear. Perform
ances are given each night and Sunday
Messrs. J. E. Montrose and Ch.-nles
McIIugh. of the Harper, went to Pe
oria again this morning. There is
likely to Ik; something happen one of
these days as a result of these little
jaunts of this pair of model hotel
This section is airain experiencing
a revival of business interests ih.it
are bound to show in the appearance
of its citizens. Be with the proces
sion by getting a suit of Dorn that
Wars the stamp of superiority in tail
oring, ins prices are right.
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train i eggs, mice ilozen tor So . IfarNT' Protective association .rives'
cent, this evening at Bcecher s. excursion on the Pilot and bare to !
J.ient. C It. llanlin Iclt last night to Muscatine and return next Sunday
join his regiment at San Francisco. ! Boat leaves Rock Island at 1:35 p. ni
fcoft shirts with and without collars ri'iurnmg at io:;iu p
at the sheriff sale Goldsmith stock.
Summers & Oo. I'le.lll nml mivilr
gasoline stoves, 322 Twentieth street.! There will be a special meeting of
Seo Dolly Bros.' change of ail lh(! Asi0, 'al Charities at the so-1
Men' shoeJ at prices lower than ever ''"''y 8 quarters in Masonic Temple;
?w . , Monday evening at 8 o'clock. for the'
The annual commeiiccment of St. consi,ieratio.i of matters in cmicc!
Joseph's sehoo w, I held June 15. , tioll wiIh wxt wintcr,g ZovC mV
-I rule an Eldn-dge; what do you new officers who have liecn appointed'
ride? A Belvidere-f.15 at Lloyds, "are urgently requested to lie present. '
Keep the children healthy by feed- The salary of Postmaster Thomas'
ing them L. B. Straycr's aerated milk. : has Ih-cii increased t00 per annum, j
Mr. and Mrs. Adair I'll luakin-' it 2.!MML I
children left for Chicago this morn- the office will, it is anticipated, attain
lug. 'the distinction of a first-class office.
Crash suits made to order at 1803 when the postmaster's salary will lie
Second avenue. Gus Englin, man- '.(MX). The coming of the Woodmen
apT. Jollice to Rock Island has had much to
'do with the inereasimr of the Imsinosa
Before You Buy a
J K: I it
TAKE A GOOD
; .LOOK AT IT'
Notice if it can be taken all apart
to lie 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 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
ice racks and other advantages.
Call and See Them
'returning at 10:30 p.m. Strasser's
hand on lioard. Tickets 50 cents for
'gents, and 25 cents for ladies.
How to get up a sumptuous
dinner confronts every lady
1. . . .A .. . t e
iiiui i-uinea iu uur store, ii
you can't call, then order by jl
phone and you will got our
best attention. Read below:
Sweet Potatoes Celery, Sum
mer Squash, New Potatoes,
Spinach, Onions, Green ISean.
Wax Beans, Pie Plant. Cucum
bers, Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
tadlshes, Egg Plant, New fiects,
few Peas, Turnips, Carrots.
Strawberries, Uanunas, Eating
Apples, Oranges. Pinenpples,
Gooseberries, Cherries, Plums.,
Of our Ladles Tan or Black Shoes,
which fit like a glove, h ear h ell, and
above all, look h ell, for
AA to E widths. . Latest Styles.
We close at ft'in vron' xralnadt.. c r
--o - "-i" 1 1 i.uih.juo auu ottuiudy evenings.
FOR THE HOT SUMMER DAYS AT
Tri-City Institute of Osteopathy. !,,H with 1,1
itchell & Lvnde buildiiiLi-. Fine-, "f l,,e ,,nu
noons. J Mrs. Mary Dewey, one of the effi-
Anot her shipment of Crescent bicv- il"t ,(,-'ll h'rs at" the Iuigfcllow
cles received at David Don's this ,, l,tM". mis morning for Kureka.
Can you buy a Ix-tter wheel than an
Eldredge or Bclvidcrc? That's a
William L. Ludolph has f H.IMM) to
loan at 6 ht -ent in amounts to suit
iiii., loaiicmi me commencement ex
'crcises at the college. Mrs. Dewev
Will visit Omaha, Neb., where she
, w ill meet her son and daughter, and
'after a visit to the exposition they
will journey to Orleans, Neb., where
her summer vacation will lie spent
i with her mother. Mrs. P. C. Kin".
Miss Dora Xewton accommnieil
Dewev to Eureka.
SPECIAL THIS EVENING
Dressed Chickens. Spring Chickens.
1620 Steal Art.
' ' Tiliphn 1031.
From 7 to 9
P. B. N'ormoyle is in 4he citv in the
city in the interests of the New- World
$23 inits made to your measure at
19. A. Kino, the tnilor. t-M Tn.
tieth street. , At Tonnt
vtnai. an r.iureiige incycle for -:(.! La,iit.s
wheel mad7 ' tans, nickel-plated buckle, cheap'
wheel made. 'at 20e, for 10.-. l'
Rock Island Chapter. O. E. S.. will
give a trolley party lhursday even- goods, cheap at 15c, for Mc.
Ing. June 16. - Indies' black silk mitts." 11 inch...
Plantation melodies by the Tennes- long, cheap at 2'2e. for 15c.
see Jubilee Singers at the Watch . Jean C-onstrantiii's celebrated ex
Tower tonight. . tract perf u nierv, crab apple, iockev
line of C,M" w"'i rose ana violet, this even-
Special Leaders for Saturday.
We have a good thing
$35.00. " 8
Flush Joints, Adjust
able Handle Bars,G.
& J. Tires, '9S Models
and guaranteed by
a firm with a paid up
capital of $1,000 000.
Just received a nice new
iron bedsteads at H. F. Conies', Y1
Sweel mi.K. cream, buttermilk and
ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
street, 111 and 113.
Come and see the pantings we are
selling out at tl.50. In-fore $6.
A. Kipp, the tailor.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots for Vale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Burns.
('all at 1802 Second avenue and see
the tine line of iron Itcdsleads that 11.
leather belts, blacks, browns ' At 9 o'clock iralvanized iron buck-
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ei, iu-uari, eacu i . . . .
Souvenir spoons of battleship
Maine, worth 25c, as long as
One lot imitation cut glass vase,
At 2 o'clock, one lot of good
brooms, one to a. customer, 2
o'clock only, a piece
Belt buckles worth 25c, your
choice, each '.
ing 10c an ounce.
.Si Ml ladies' white swiss embroidered
handkerchiefs with oh-ii work and
lace edge, slightly soiled from Inring
in window, worth up to 25c. this
evening 11c. ,
50 doen ladies" plain w hite hem
stitched handkerchiefs Se each.
Misses and ladies', jersey ribbed
union suits, worth 40c. for l'sc.
Fresh made carmels 5c per pound.
Pecan nuts, per pound. 5c.
. . L ...
summer s line nuxel candy, rei'ii-
priee, per" pound.
and nuts, .3
A big bargain in
I 6Hc set for
Full size hammock for only.'.
At 7 o'clock, 500 Imixcs soap. 3
oars in a Ihx. per 1kx ..........
F. Conies has just received. ,ar Pri,'e 50c, sale
The new Wiwdmen building is n!l". Pr'7'
lix.ming up in tine shain. The work ! . re hlt of. P,,lH"1n
i Wing rapidly pushed ahead. VM!V
f . -r r' V' -. I I r i r MU.UNKKV DEI'AKTMENT.
Messrs. T. t. e.tch and Ired Me. sailors, latest 39
Afee leave for Omaha Monday to see K,(lics, Knos ,tT, J'
the Trans-Mississippi exjMisition. ' sale prU-e 1. "
Oak sewing rockers, 1.25. Oak, Urge variety t.f sailors ranenno- in
dining chairs, 75 cents. Anient' price from 45c! 85e and 1.25.r
Surprise store, 1622 Second avenue, j Trimmed hais 6t'c and up.
Refrigerator and gasoline stoves.
white enamel lieds, springs. niat-J Piy Whe nil round Fooiuh
tresses, at Surprise prices at Anient', are they w ho have not Foley's Colic
If you want to keep cool this sum- Cure as a safeguard in the" family,
mer call at 1803 S-cond avenue for ,a For sale by T. II. Thomas.
nice cool suit. Gus Englin, manager, j .
. Seventeen sky. high Crescent bicv- Three spectres that threaten baby's
cles sold this week. Call and exam- '''e- Cholera infantum, dvsenterv. I
Ine America leading wheel at David oiarrhoea. Ir. rowler s Extract of
The W. C. T. U. will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 with Miss Stone. 1707
Sixth avenue. All ladies are cordially OABTOZtXA
invited. . . Th l, Vn, u. i. ?r li
William Allars and Mis Carrie Kpatan f SVr . t i
Toung. both cf Rock Island,1 were of utY acJut
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
MRS. D. LAFRENZ
Has received a new
of fine : : : :
For the Hot
, vuia Mra wherry never fa'-ls to con
quer them. For sale by Marshall &
. . . FOURTH OF JULY HATS
In all the Delicate ami
Tasty Designs at : : :
Prices Not Excelled
lathe Three Cities.
324 Twentieth St, Rook Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
No need of going about with sore and tired fe t this weather, as Adams
has the antdote 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 n-as nable:
Ladles, $2, $2t50, $3. Men's, 52.50, $3, $3.50. 4.
Children's, 75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50. Misses', $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.
Boys' Rubber Sole Tennis SOc I'a'ir, Regular 65c Cods.
Men's Rubber Side Tennis QQc a pair, Regular 85c Ooods.
Full line of JOHNSON & MURPHY'S MEN'S SHOES. This
year' stvles. No old stock.
-f " " m u. lah;i FTtuc3uay ana saiuruay evenings. t
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of .the finest assort
... rn-.nts 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.
Wdtman, the Jeweler.
A Chinese Proposal
H. F. CORDES,
Differs from our form as much as
their line mattings differ in wearing
ipialities from any other made. We
have the handsomest designs and
colorings, in both Chinese and Jaj
anese mattings, that are iiiiMirted,
and that are not only cool, but dci-or-ativc
and cleanly. Our stock of floor
coverings is unexcelled.
Telephone 3 on 131'J.
Q The rush for our specialties in Underwear fully demonstrate that the qualities are right, and the price mnstbe right, too.
O We've just received another big shipment of that celebrated
Balbriggan Underwear in Two Colors, Regular 40c Quality, 2 5c.
Bargains in Underwear.
35C I(,r 2-t bread Balbriggan worth SOc.
45C for fine Balbriggan worth 65e.
65C f r tha 85c qualities of Bon Bons.
85C fr Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers: before M. & K.
opened in Davenptrt you had to pay $1.
Finest qualities of Lisle Underwear $f.
Pure Silk Underwear $J.
r v r v
two Largest and
best stores : :
Hats, Suits and Shirts. ,
You w ill Ije plcascil with our Styles and Prices of -
Straw Hats, Crash Hats,
Serges, Crash Suits,
And Negligee Shirts.
Children's Wash Suits 48c and 68c.
... Champion Clothiers