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Her Health Restored
11 E mUery of sleeplessness can only b.
realized 6v those who have experi
enced It NerTousnefi, Eltop'c.-snpM,
headaches, neuralgia and that tzal.teraMe
feeling of nnrent, can sorely be enred by Dr.
Mile' Restorative Nervine. So certain is
Dr. Miles of this fact that all druzgl.-ts are
authorized to refund price paid for tho first
bottle tried, providing It dues nut benefit.
Mrs. Henry Bruns, wife of the well known
blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iuwa, guys
"I was troubled with sleeplessness, litvous
neKs, headache and Irregular mtnstru.ktlon;
suffering untold mery f;r years. I used
various advertlwd remedies fwr femuJiicom
plaints besides being undt rHlic rr.re of li ral
physicians, without help. I noticed In Dr.
Miles' advertisement tho testimonial of a
lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and
I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her
testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Kilos'
Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which
restored me to health. I cannotKavenouch
Dr. Miles' Kcmedius
resold by all drus.
Rlsts under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money re
funded. Book on dis
eases of tho heart and
nerves free. Address,
DR. MILEd MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind.
A Statement in
Isn't as riiiiviiuin to the
:ilali- as a trial of KKKI.I, &
MATH'S lm-iuus ami nfresh-
Soda hater hhen drawn cold
and sparkling from our
On a warm ilay Ihrre i noth
ing .so iiivinraliii as our
li i: KKAM SOIU. OKANCK
I'llosl'HATK. or any of the
rhoict1 fruit llavors tli.tt we
keep on hainl. We till our
fonts with the famous Hhuk
lliwk Mineral Water, which
makes t!ie most tnrkliii;
Soila when I'harcil with
pure larlnnialiil gn ami
served Willi rieli cnain ami
makes a delieiotis ami a't
tizinjj thirst Ojiienelier.
KRELL 5 MATH
Ilion Had. 1710-1718 Second Avenue.
the ipjortunity is lee
cream is Cupid's favorite
weaHn of war. Fair ones
rnjoy eating cream all the
more Woaiise it loan a owl
impression after it. and does
not. like some drinks. lower
the tenicrature a littie only
to raise it imieh more after
ward. Yonnjj mm who
adopt put ice cream tactic
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign, in
PASSING OF HONEST JOHN.
Death at St. Anthony's Hospital of the Late
Storm Drain Contractor.
"slulm J. Mulheni passed away at
':'M) yesterday montiii at !St." An
thony's hospital, where he had been
a patient for two months suffering
from dyspepsia and a complication of
ailments. He had been a resident of
Kock Island for main- years. He was
a native of Ireland, and if he has any
relatives in this country they are un
known to his friends iu this city. He
was about 60 years of ajre. Mulhern
had a wide acquaintance, and was
looked n Kin as an honest, industrious
man. In fact he was familiarly known
as Honest John."' From doing odd
jobs he drifted into the contracting
business, the laying of sidewalks be
ing his sK'cialty. His uufortunate
connection with the storm draiu is
still fresh in the public- mind. It
wrecked him financially and no doubt
hastened his death. John made a
confidential friend of es-Mayor 15. F.
Knox, and when he realized" that the
end was near turned over to him what
little money and effects he hail, with
instructions to give him a resicctable
burial and pay off his obligations as
far as possible. Mr. Knox wiil carrv
out this wish. John some time ago
Itouglit a lot in Calvary cemetery.
There he will be laid to Vest tomor
row afternoon. His remains are now
in Knox's undertaking rooms, whence
they will le taken to St. Joseph's
church at 1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon and funeral services conducted
over them by Kev. Father Mackin.
Claim Marie, '-'i-months-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ferkel,
SOU Ninth street, died at 7:30 Satur
day evening, of crysipeleas. The fun
eral wciirred from the residence this
afternoon, with interment at Chip
piannock. ILLINOIS DAY AT OMAHA FAIR.
Program Arranged ami n One-K:ite Kail
road Fare Secured.
Illinois day at the Trans-Mississippi
and international exposition at Omaha
has been fixed for Tuesday, Jufie 21.
The governor and his staff and other
state ollieials have accepted invitations
to Ik- present. Tin; famous Apollo
club, of Chicago, will lie on hand and
gie a concert in the auditorium on
the exposition grounds. The C, 15.
& J. announced the rate of trans
portation at one fare for the round
trip. The program for the day will
be as follows:
Mii-vi'; lay the hand.
1 r yer.
Trief otit!in! of the work af tlic Illinois eooi
iniiit(ii - Wl I i. i in II. Ihiruer. ehatiriuua execu
Address. irr.entat ion of Illinois liuildinc t.i
the slate -t til. 1 1 uk K. ';irr. reMdeul Illinois
Address, ud'episnee on behalf of the suite,
unci in turn tenUeriin; suniar to the oltlelals of
tne vkoosiilon Jouu K Tanner, jroverniar of
Musie. -Illinois" Male quartet from Ap.iUo
Addre.ia of aecentauee-ta union W. Wattles,
president of the exposition.
Address - Senator I'ulloin and Mns-n.
A public reception will lm given at
the Illinois building at I o'clock p. m.
to (lovernor and Mrs. Tanner and
oilier distinguished guests.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held "in Kock Island, III..
Tuesday. June iS. A. 1). lxy, at No.
1912 Third avenue, or at what is
known aud called the Dimick livcrv
Said election will lm for the pur
pose of electing two memliers of the
board t.f education of the Kock Island
school district, which election will be
opened at X o'clock in tho morning
and coiit'nnicil thereafter until 7
o'clock in the afternoon of the same
Kock Island, III., June 15. 1S0.
T. J. Mkium.. Jk., Mavor.
Send yi nr address to 11. K. liueklen
& Co., Chicago, ami o,.t :l fri.e H)X f
I r. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
constipation and sick ache. For ma-
iaiia ami nv r iron hies thev have Ihcu
proved invaluable. Tl
teed to be iH i feellv free froin cverv
deleterious substance, and to lie pure
ly vegetable." They do not weaken bv
llieir action, hut hy giving tone to
stomach and ImiwcIs riallv invi.'or.
ate the svslem. Kcgular size cents
iw r Ixix. Sild by Hart . A- nia inova r
KlRhllnc Itoh K nn t'srs AllcnV Koot-Ktia.-.
Fortress Monroe. Va., April 12.
IVar .sir: Kuclosed liml money order
for t. Incase send Allen's 1 t-Iiie
to C.tpt. Kvans. commanding battle
ship Iowa. Kev West. Fla. Also send
to Naval Cadet Frank Tavlor Kvans.
battleship Massachusetts." Hampton
Koads. Va." Letters like this come
daily. Allen's Foot-Kae is a powder
to lie shaken into the shoes. It .rives
rest and comfort to swollen, n-hin.r
hot. sweat imr. tired flat 1 f vnn
walk, march or stand, vou want it.
All druggists and shoe stores sell it.
2" cents. Samnle sent fra,a ,i,ir...
Allen S. Olmsted. Le Kov, N. V.
Pllos! riW-s! Plle!
Ir. Williams' Indian Pile nintm
will cure blind. Meed in r; and itchino-
. : l i i . . .
piies neu an omer ointments have
failed. It absorbs thai Inmnra .11
.- .uiiivi.., dll.l I 3
the itching at once, acts as a poultice.
gnrs instant reiiel. ir. Williams'
Indian Tile Ointment is urennn.,! a,a,l-
for piles and itching of the private
iaiv.-!, ami noming else, r.vcrv box
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail en receipt of price, 50
cents and fl per lox.
W ILL! AMS MANl FACTL'HIXG Co.,
Proprietors. Clevpl-imt Ohin
Sold by M. F. Bjihnsen, Druggist.
To Care ronsilpatloa Forever.
i.T?115 SslY,f t""1 OetharUe. Me or Ba
UCCCUilw curt, arueiu refuna aWj!
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TURNERS' FEST IN MOLINE.
Mayor Ilarrison, of Chicago, Vnable to
Attend on Aeeoqnt of Illness.
Carter H. Harrison, mayor of Chi
cago, was unable to fill his Moline
engagement yesterday, owing to ill
ness. Six thousand people were
gathered at Concordia park, where
the 15th annual turnfest of the Cen
tral Illinois Turn Kezirk was in pro
gress, and where the distinguished
Chicagoan was to sjieak. There was
only one address, that by Gustav
Donald, of Davenport. Singing bv
the Turner society choirs, music by
the Light (Juard band and contests by
the gentlemeu Turner classes of Kock
Island, Moline. Kloomington, Peoria,
Pern and Decatur and the lady classes
of Kock Island. Moline and lliooming
ton furnished the day's program,
which was concluded " with a night
fest. The awards in the various eon
tests will be made tonight, when the
fest will close with a grand ball.
ONE OF THE DALY CRIMES.
Ad Indictment Ketiirned Agatast the Ijttc
Crvaik In May, l.S'JCi.
All indictment returned by the
grand jury in May. l;i. and sup.
pressed for want of service, adds an
other to the long list of crimes laid at
the door of Minnie Daly, the noted fe
male crook, who was buried yester
day in Chicago. Minnie was a mem
ber of the Shevlin gang, which made
a wholesale raid here on the tlav of
Co ly's Wild West show. She is the
one who shipped out or town the ar
ticies stolen frojn the residence of Mrs.
Elizabeth Coyne. She was indicted
for burglary. All efforts to capture
her proved fruitless. Minnie had
Judge (iest stated today that he
would enter judgment in accordance
with the verdict in the last trial of
Miss Annie Peterson, iu which she
was declared guilty of arson and in
sane. She will Ik; sent to the Western
hospital for the insane at AVatertown.
The motion for a new trial for Ed
ward OT.rien, found guilty by a jury
of srrand larcenv. was overruled. Tlii.
case w ill probably be carried to a
mgiicr court. t
The H. C. Krockmanii came down
with two barges and the Prescotte
The stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge at 0 a. m. was u. l.jjat
noon G. GO; the temperature at noon
The F. Weyerhauser, Presenile and
K. Kutledge came down, and the Sam
At lee. West Kam bo, Mav It.. Moun
tain Itelle and Pilot the" latter with
three barges passed up.
The water is falling at St. Paul,
Kcd Wing. Heed's landing and La
Crosse and St. Louis, but is risiii"- at
all other points. The indications are
that it will rise 0.2 to 0.! feet from
Dubuque to Kock Island in the next
When Yon are Tired.
Without extra exertion, languid,
dull ami listh-ss. your blood is failing
to supply to your muscles and
other organs the vitalizing ami
strength-giving properties they re
iiiretl Hood's Sarsaparill.i 'cures
that tired feeling by enriching ami
purifying the blood." It will give you
energy and vigor.
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy
to operate. Cure indigestion, bil
A Woral to riijrHiriuns.
Do you know tlwt many broad
minded physicians are using" Foley's
Honey and Tar Cough Syrup in their
practice? They have found no reme
dy that gave as satisfactory results
for all throat and lung complaints as
this great cough medicine. For sale
by T. II. Thomas.
Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke lour Life Avsj.
To quit tobacco canity and forever, be cas
netlc. full of life, nerve and viuor, take N'o-To-Bac,
the wonderworker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, soc or f 1. Cure g'.iarau-toed-
Booklet uud sample free. Aildress
Sterling Kemeily Co, Chicago or Now York,
r . - "
ON SOILED LINEN
IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE
Rock Island Steam Laundrj
Now looted in their own new building at 1811 Third Avenue
Drop a pcital or telephone the wagon will call
Pay your water rent.
Buy one a Kiaship cigar.
Lee's Little (Jem is the best broom.
Misses Kate and Mary Norntoyle. of
Chicago, are visiting in the city".
J. G. Johnson returned to his home
at Peabody, Kas., Saturday uight.
Miss Emma Leary left this morn
ing for a visit with" relatives at Chi
cago. Woven wire hammocks, something
new and durable, and not expensive,
to le had at Cranipton's.
Elmer Kanson is recovering nieelv
from the serious injuries he received
recently in lieing run over bv a
A. Kipp and daughters, Lillie and
Emma, left this morning for Green
Bay. Wis., to spend a few weeks with
Messrs. J. M. Buford ami Frank
Mixter are talked of as suitable candi
dates for mem Iters of the board of
A few more suits for men. boys
and children i'5 cents and 50 cents tin
the dollar at the sheriff sale, Gold
Mayor T. J. Medill. Jr.. leaves to
morrow night for Denver for a criod
of much needed rest and recreation in
The second promenade concert bv
Albert Petersen's orchestra at Black
Hawk inn will be given Thursday
evening of-this week.
The bicycle shop in the Y. M. C.
A. building, formerly conducted bv
Hansen & Mintz. has lieen reopened
by Mr. Mintz. who will rim it alttne
Mrs. II. C. Marshall will sell her
entire household goods includm" a
Baby Grand piano at 1112 Seeomfav
enue. Wednesday and Thursday, June
L'3 and 21.
Miss Jennie T. Allyn, trained nurse,
late of St. Luke's "hospital. Daven
port, is now located at 1721 .Second
avenue, where she solicits "patrona"e
in her line of business.
l ant. Vt lustier of the steamer E.
Kutledge brought down a party of 111
menus irom Llnpewa I alls this
morning. The visitors are making
the round trip on the boat.
t ould you imagine a more perfect
evening ior a .J-liours' trip down t he
river on the licaittifulCitv of Winona?
ton are invited. Boat leaves at 7:30
rare 2o cents. White's orchestra
furnishes the music.
Union labor men held a ineetin" at
af. a .a. - . -
J inner nan yesterday afternoon to
discuss candidates for the Uiard of
education. A public meeting is called
ior loniglit at the same place. A
ticket will probably lie nominated.
John Ilaupt. aged 4G, was taken ill
l....a I'..: 1 i . a ..
i.i.r-1 i-i may, since which lime lie was
not seen until vesterdav. when his
dead body was found in the liar mow
of Kohert knuise's barn in Daven
port. The body was badly decom
jmsed. Haupt "was employed bv the
Charles E. Nelins, of the Burlin-Moii
omce clerical lorce, lias built from
lithograph in the possession of Thk
AKiifs a model of the battleship
Oregon. Its dimensions are three
leet long hy in inches wide. It is
painted the prevailing war color and
is stripjied for action, while an Ainer
can tlag.lloats from itsliow. Alto-rether
it is a clever piece of handiwork.
Illinois Hay at Omaha.
The evening of June 20. the (
I. iV. I . railway w iil sell round trij
tickcis to wmaiia lor $:j.sij, tickets
good for return up to and including
June 21. n
J here is on sale every day a round
trip ticket to Omaha good for return
at any time witinn 30 davs at a late
Arnold's Bromo Celerv cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. lieis.
No-To-Hac for alfty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
meu strong, blood sure. Sue, II. All druetaisH.
your thinking cap or your
working cap? The woman
who studies to save lierscif
labor and expense who
strives to Lave her house
look tst at all times finds
nothing so heipful as
Beit for cU-nine everything
The 5. I. ralrbsak Cemaaar,
ChicajTn. tst. Louis. Niaw York.
boston. I'hiladelphaa. t
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YOUNG & McCOMBS
Big Spot Cash Department Store. The Big Store June Sale.
which you will find full of brilliant bargains of seasonable merchandise and
desirable goods for your immediate wants for the coming 4th of July and for
summer outing. Some very favorable purchases have enabled us to give
you some extraordinary values in wash goods, ladies' underwear, shirt waists,
skirts, silver plated ware, oil stoves, etc, which make some wonderful bar
gains that arc well worth your consideration and attention.
Wash Waists sr
Particular attention is called to our Wash Waist d-partrrwnt
Never belore was our line as grand and complete. Extra large
sizes in several patterns and styles.
a atticned cu3-
I Silk Waists,
a Do not rest content until you
A have seen our gorgeous show-
j ing of new Silt waists $2.93
5 this week.
T New plaids in several com-
4 lunation cl colors. They lock
like $5.00 bargains for
I Only $2.99.
j& A charming display oi tailor
is made wool and wean auitc,
'x June clearing prices on every
$2.98 fo? aporlootly liniEibca
i; . wash suit.
$3.S3 buys a suit -clftboratfc
braided jacket and skirt, would
be cheap $6, iiui going
At $3.99. I
I House Furntsh
(i ing Dept.
Here we have a big purchase
I of Standard oil .stoves, worth
n double, for this week only:
1-hole improved St-jndaM oil
stove, 2-burner, woi th q
$1.28, sale price OcC
2 holo improved Standard oil
stovaj, 4-burner, worth
$1.75, sale price 1.25
Blue rianw electric
Ice picks with 3 teeth, worth
10c, sals prise 6c.
Ice tongs, regular 10c v.-vlao,
sale price 3c.
New improved all ntcol lav7n
rske3, 21 inches wide, regulcr
50o kind, sale pric Ziis.
Lawn reie3 with wire teeth,
wood backs, iiOc.
High grade lawn mowors, 12
inch $1.08; 14-inch S?is liS, 16
inch $2 50.
Screen doors, screan windows
screen wire. Chicken, wire ienc-
YOUNG k McCOMBS' "
In white, plaida
ideas in cuffs,
xuaay $1 50
Curtain event of the year. Re
markable selling of Notting
ham lac curtalits, neat designs
and lu:i size, white or ecru
44c i pair.
A new, neat citect Notting
ham curtain, wide, white, par
ticularly coo J wearing and
looks like a $2 50 curtain. Thi3
$1.23 a pair.
Swis muslin, embroidered
aiid lrilloa.1 curuiias, 3 1-2 yards
long, highly roccomended t;nd
$1.39 per pair,
Down Sofa Pillows.
Iargo s:?,9. fanny colored Bat
tino covered, 5-inch rullle
ii-uueti pii'.cv.', this vvvck
Undoubtedly th Is the greatest wrapper
sale ever held in the tri-cities. Summw wrap
pers in beautiiul lawns and percales, lace and
embroidery triramoJ. yoke and ploated backs,
any stylo you wish
2.25. 1.98, 1.75, 1.48,1.25,75c,59c
Another lot of those 23x42 telescops sash
rod3 at 5c each.
,CrnaJ June Sale of Fine
Silver PLicd Wire,
Having purchased Irom
the defunct Pairpoint
Mfg. Co.. of New Bedford,
Mass., a large slice of
their line quadruple plat
ed silver ware, we will
place it on sale for the
coming week at prices
nevftr before offered.
This is the grandest
chanca to get a fine line
of high grade goods at
about cost to produce.
This firm with a capital
stock of $800,000, was
one of the best known
concerns in the world.
For one week we will
give you a choice of any
article in our large east
window for 98c,
worth up to $2.00.
fruit bowls, fruit
dishes, etc., etc.
Your choice for
98c. Every piece
1727. Second Avenve, Rock
Armure Royal canvass weaves
In stripes and fancy plaids, all
new colorings for shirt waists
and suits, have sold for- 20c.
Our special price
while they last, per yard Q2C
32-inch organdies, all new fresh
stock, up-to-date patterns.cbeap
at 15c. Our special Ql
Come early ior choice.
Dimities and cord etlects.all tho
rage, all new patterns, for this
special sale, worth
double, per yard IOC
32-inch organdies. Bayadere
plaids, blue, pink, black and
tine almitics in dainty small
figures, 20c quality, all in one
lot, choice 1
36-inch percale stripes end
dainty figures for shirt waists
and children's dresses, limited
quantity, worth 12 l-2c -.1-lor
30 only, 10-4 white crochet bed
spreads, hemmed ready for use,
always $1, for this
25 pieces cotton twilled crash
bleached and unbleached, al
ways 6c, for this
Handkerchiefs, Belts, etc.
25 dozen ladies embroidered
handiercbiels, have been up ia
trim. Wo have put them all in
ono let, 25c, 20c, 16c.
15c, choice IOC
25 dozen ladies' belts, tans,
browns, green e Lc. , nick Is platted
buckles, cheap at 20c, w fn
Fans, Fans All U-.e new up to
date lans, Empire stylo, . n
Ac and up. tL
Special cut price3 on oriental
laces, odds and ends, all must
GO at same price. Do yard -and
150 pieces of fancy ribbons, all
r-tylos and shades, 60c, 00c 40c,
30c per yard, choice
A fall lino flags from 2c per
dozen and up to tho largest size
on staf U
Misses' jersey ribbed vests, s'.zro
14. 18. 22.26.all in ono lot,
Children's swiss ribbed vests,
full taped neck and arm -1
holss, we start them at I2C
Children's summer vests and
panu, jersey ribbed, made from
the best Egyptian combed yarn,
silk lace and tape in neck t 1
band, 12 l-2c and up.... I2C
Lidies' jersey ribbed union suits,
no more when these aro ,n
gone, think ul it, only... IyC
Ladies swiss ribbed vesta, silk
taped neck and arm holes,
cheap at 22c, for this
This week we will sell the
Munson union suits, silk finish,
made from tho best Egyptian
yarn, cheap at 75c
Great Clearing Sale of
As the season ts drawing to a
close wo find we have quite a
large stock of paper on band,
nnd in order to move It quick
we have made a deep cut, from
lc per roll and up, many kinds
at 30c on the dollar. Come
JHcCall Paper Patteres
10c and 15c, no higher.
A few of our trade winning
items in stylish millinery:
White wings, always
worth 60c, sale price...
Roses worth 15c, sale
100 trimmed bats, worth up to
$5.00. take your choice o
for week for 2..40
Othtr great barrinins In
sailors. 30o, 49c, 68c, 98c 125
All sailors shown are correct
shapes and strictly high class