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n Weather W Mar Hats
FIr tonight and Tnesdav: warmer i
Todaj'i temperature 70 J
Z J M Shibiib, Obteirer.
Read Adams' ad.
Taj your water rent.
Bay one a Kinship cigar.
Plenty of fmit jars at Beecher's.
Lee'i Little Gem is the best broom
For reliable lire insurance eall on E,
No place like Adams' for bargains
tl fr a good, solid, ladies' tan shoe
3.20 for a tl ladies' tan shoe at
Adams' this week.
2.40 for a tan hand-turned ladies
hoe at Adams' sale.
Flags, bunting, fire works and lire
crackers at Beecher's.
Note tho hours 10 o'clock ami 3
o'clock. McCalic's ad.
Old style framc3 cut down in 'DH
models at Mike Mintz's.
Fresh Btrawlierries at lloss Bros',
tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Beecher's store is the place to bry
good tea and cofTee cheap.
Sptcial inducements for careful
shoppers this week. McCahe's ad.
Wheels built to order in three davs
except enameling, at Mike Mint.'".
For an honest job of tin work call
on H. T. Seimon. 1613 Third avenue.
('Ionian n & Salzmann have babv
carriages in all the styles and prices".
The entry blanks for the Yellow
Fellow road race closes Tuesday even
ing. Tri-City Instituta of Osteopathy.
Mitchell & Lyude building. Fore
noons. "I ride nn Kldredge, what do you
ride?" -A Belv'ulere 35," at
Unparalleled wash dress goods
offerings this week at McCahe'a.
Miss Edna Morgan, of Buchanan.
Mich., is visiting her cousin, (i. K..
The entries are coming in fast, and
the indications are for a big Yellow
Thomas Breheny is home from his
theological studies at Dubiniue for the
Business projierty, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by K. J. Burns.
A few price reasons only on pa'xe
three. You'll find hundreds more in
the store. McCain; Bros'.
Why buy an old style refrigerator
when you "can get Hie latest and best
at Clciiianu & .Salzmann's?
Theo Severiu and Miss Lizzie Cain,
of Midine, were united in marriage !v
Magistrate Stafford this afternoon.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her lar'e
and elegant stock of millinery goods
regardless f cost for the net30 davs.
Judge A. B. Mock, of Cambridge i
here to try the A. P. Doc & Co. vs.
McKay & Stoddard case in the countv
Bicycle chains set by a new process
prevented from stretching, breakin"
cracking and snapping done at Mike
Don't pay .. V) for a stiff machine
sewed shoe when for 2.40 you get a
genuine hand-turned in tans at
Andy Johnson won the f-day bicy
cle race with a lead of live miles and
ono lap, and remember he rides a
Boy Wittick, of Moline, knows a
good thing when he sees it, and he is
now riding a Stearns racer, bavin"
sold his Kldredge. r
Ss.ii Francisco and return June 2 is
and 2'J t'J.5 for round trip via C,
K. I. & P. railway. Tickets good for
return up to Aug. 31.
Tri-City Christian Endeavor excur
sion and patriotic concert by Stras
ser's band Tuesday evening. June
28. Tickets 25 cent's.
Talk about furniture Cleinann &
Sal.mann are showing a larger and
finer lino than any linn in the three
cities, and at lower prices.
Miss Freda AliiKjuist, chief opera
tor at the Central Union Telephone
company's Moline exchange, anil lir
, is - ' v
Anna Scgtir, juit Saturday localise of
Your friends may smile
But that tired feeling
Means danger. It
And impure blood.
This condition may
Lead to serious illness.
It should be promptly
Overcome by taking
Which purifies and
Enriches the blod,
Strengthens the nerves,
Tones the stomach,
Creates an appetite,
And builds up,
Energizes and vitalizes
The whole system.
Be sure to get
a difference with the new manager, J: '
Wright & Barber are moving their j
shoe store from the Gregg building
back into the Bengston block, next
door to their former stand.
The annual picnic of Trinity parish
will be held at Li a wood tomorrow,
the boat Duki and barge leaving the
Diamond Jo dock at 9:30 a. m.
Sam Mattison and James Price, two
of the Milwaukee's freight house force,
are spending a few days at the Trans
Mississippi Exposition at Omaha.
George Alters leaves this evening
for Colorado Springs. He will stop
off for a few days to see the Trans
Mississippi exposition at Omaha.
Get your whecli repaired at Mike
Mintz', the only reliable repair shop
in the three cities, corner Nineteenth
street and Third avenue. Rock Island.
A. C. Dart gave a pleasant fami'y
dinner party at the Tower today iu
honor of ('apt. and Mrs. Gregg, of
Bismarck. S. D., who are visitors in
Christian Endeavor moonlight ex
cursion ami baud concert on Citv of
Winona and barge Tuesday evening,
June 2S. Tickets 25 cents'.
The horse attached to II. Har-
Mick's irroccrv delivery wa"on run
iway on Thirty-lirst street this morn
ing, scattering groceries on the street.
but doing no serious damage.
F. M. Wheaton. formerly of Rock
Island, now of Philadelphia, is in the
city for a week's business visit. Mr.
Wheaton is assistant superintendent
of agencies of the Fidelity Mutual
Life association of Philadelphia.
Lieut. Col. C. C. Carter left last
night for Springlield to officiate in his
ijmcitv as acting siirjreon-jreneral of
Illinois in preparing the additional
Illinois troops for the front. lie will
return about the middle of the week.
The C, M. ft St. P. railway will
sell excursion tickets at reduced rates
from all stations on its line to points
within 200 miles. Tickets on sale
July 2, 3 and 4, irood to return until
July 5. For particulars apply to anv
ticket agent. " T
1 In' tn-city bicycle race that was
in progress each evening last week at
Davenport, came to an end with Andy
Johnson, of Moline. the winner. lie
had 1(3 miles to his credit, while Jens
was next with 101. Vellertsen 113.
ind Sarsgnrd 156.
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Kane for the mar-
riageof their daughter. Miss Jennie A.
Kane, to John J. McEnirv, of Moline.
the ceremony to occur at St. Joseph's
church, this' citv. nt 8 o'clock Wednes
day morning of this week.
Capt. A. J. Whitney came up from
Mtiscalin? lust Friday to look over
some contract dredging work in con
ncctioii with the Crescent, bridge. He
w ill finish his contract at Muscatine
Wednesday, when he will bring his
fleet her to do the work for the Dav
enport & Rock Island Bridge & Ter
A company of specialty iivoide
headed by Conwell and" Swann.
John T. O'Day. and Luiidin and An-
lersou, strong men, crave two lirst-
class ticrforniances at the Watch
Tower theatre vesterdav. Large aud
iences were present and enjoyed the
Mrs. (5. W. Krctzinger, of Chicago,
a daughher of J. II. Wilson, was a
member of a party of ladies passing
through the city this morning in a
private car enroute home from Den
ver, w here they attended the national
convention of women's clubs. The
other memlicrs of the party were Dr.
iiackctt Stevenson. Mesilames Rogers
Blast w ilder. Lurati. Becker. Chicago:
Charles, of Boston, and Silver, of
Mat. C. W. Ibiucs has a note from
Hon. A. R. Talbot t. one of the board
of directors of the Woodmen order,
stating that he was renominated
lv acclamation for state sena
tor by the republicans at Lincoln Sat
urday. If the senator is es good a
legislator as he is a Woodman direc
tor, his future is assured. We have
too high an admiration for the man
to discuss his politics, and the most
tisparnging thine that can Ie said of
him on this score is that he is not as
good as his illustrious professional as-
J. II Harness, of Big Island, was
icld to the grand iurv Saturday by
Magistrate Stafford iu 30 bonds for
shooting cattle belonging to Mrs. Hat-
M. Kckhart. He furnished bail.
The case as to Mrs. Harness was dis
Samuel Edwards, of Drurv town
ship, was lx-fore Magistrate Stafford
today to answer a charge of incest
preferred by Joseph Bidie. The vic-
i nn oi me alleged hideous crime is
the accused man's daughter. Hannah
r-Uwams. I lie trial was postponed
until next Thursday.
The case of Jesse Smith is now on in
Justice Hawks' court, a chan-'f of
venue having lecn taken from Magis
trate Stafford. Smith's hearing oc
curs tomorrow morning.
Emil Johnson, of Moline. convicted
of burglary, was sentenced to the
jKMiitentiarv this morning bv JwWv
(iest. His accomplice. Thomas' Mc
(iovern, was allowed to plad guilty
to larceny, ant wa tine.l f HH) and
costs, which he paid.
Ajmrew Jackson was sentenced to
work upon the streets !0 davs and
pay in similar laUir a fine of il0. His
offense was the assaulting of his son.
Bentlev Sutton ami Wesley Reddi"
convicted of pe'ty larceny, were each
sentenced to work bi lays on the
streets and pay in similar labor a
fine of 60 and costs.
N-T-Bae for Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit rare, m.lcmi Mw
neastrww, Mood pun. soc,tL Ail druggists.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
h a if ii i m "3
UA "illy i
To help you in making your
selection for a fine Sunday j
dinner can always be found
at our store. Satisfaction
intrRdingisa silent sales-
man that keeps our good H
moving. Read the list:
Sweet Potatoes. Celery, Sum
mer Squash, New I'otatoes,
Spinach, Onions, Green Beans,
Wax Mean, l'ie riant. Cucum
bers, Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
Iiadlshc, fjrg I'lant.Xew Beets,
New Peas, Turnips, Carrots.
Blackberries red and black tl
Strawberries. Bananas, Katlng j
Apples, Oranges, Pineapples, 4
Gooseberries, Cherries. Plums. j!j
! POULTRY. 8
Dressed Chickens. Spriuit Chick- fc!
ens. Dressed Turkeys.
1S23 Steal in. Ttliftai 1031.
4th of July.
We are prepared with the largest line
01 nreworKs ever show n at wonucnul
Sky Rockets. Roman Candles. (lold
Spangle Candles. Triplet Candles.
1 aracnuto Kockets, Japanese Rockets.
Torpedoes. Red Torches, Electric
Sprays. Flower Pots, Mines. Caution
Cracks, Troolcv Wheels. Jap Acrobats,
Cannons. Pin Wheels. Caps, etc.
Hammocks, full size
Cotton. Woven Hammocks. . . .
Hammocks with pillow spread
Croquet Sets, four balls
Wood Plates, perdo.en
Napkins, jier 100
2-qnart Ice Cream Freezer. . . .
Fish Tackle of ail kinds
Phone 4 174. Twentieth Street.
MRS. D. LAFRENl
Millinery Store Tonight
Prices cut in two.
get first choice.
Come earlv and
1324 Third Avenue
THE ABGT7S, MOXDAY, JTTSE
We have a good thing
L 111 r.
waveny Bicycles, ji
Flush Joints, Adjust
able Handle Hars.G.
& J. Tires, '9S Models
and guaranteed by
a firm with a paid up
capital of $1,000,000.
324 Twentieth St., Eock Island.
803 West Third St, Davenport.
LOVERS OF ECONOMY
An immensf' line of Men's Fine
Suits. iiicludinr l-'..r0, 1 1 and
g Splendid Lines in Men's Suits
A FEAST IS CIIII.miKN
Boys Bicycle Pants
4Se for Men's and Boys' Je:n
88c for Men's Warranted ot
4-Sc for Children's 75e
.1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 120
jl B v-v., .y.K iia.. .. - ' r-'L ,-scron'l ."Mn'CI, IVMU-e S niawi. j'j. ujp"i i,
We close at
S i-. A X-!S5S?
I Mid-Summer Clearing Sale of
I Seasonable Footwear at
At no time were Tan Shoes ever offered so low as at this sale, which com
mences MONDAY, JUNE 27, and closes SATURDAY EVE., JULY 2.
All Ladies', Misses' and Children's Tan Shoes nd Slippers one-fifth or
20 per cent reduction. Nothing reserved.
Oxfords which we have sc!d for $4 a pair go in this sale for $2 a pair. Very
pretty Oxfords for Soc, $1.20, $1.40 and $1.60. Your opportunity has come
to get first class goods in every particular.
These Prices arc for Cash Only.
THE BARGAIN GIVER.
All Wool Dress
$ 1j qualities at
Coed Wearers, Splendid Fittinp ;.-iriiieiils. Well Mide
and Weil Trimmed at '
25c for 50c
48C for 75C
$1.00 for $2
..e for line 40c B.ilbrian. 35.. ,or line 5)c Bilbri-ran. 4oe for
Bon Ivjus. oc for Scnven's Kia-tic Sc-tlu Drawers for which yon
50c to $1.50.
- to - Kin
ecfor Men's Lotr nade Fants.
1.50 for Men's All-Wool I'atits.
Eighteenth Street, R.K-k Island. 111.
We offer this week the choice of
A great many
lines are broken in sizes, bu: you
can find yonr si.e in some of them. First come, first served.
v- 'JS I
6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings
f i vunvjvtaj anu uaiuiuajf v. v iiiiiaa
SEE OUR PRICES:
Ladies' $4.00 Tans, $3.20
Ladies' $3.50 Tans, $.80
Ladies' $3.00 Tans, $2.40
Ladies' $2.50 Tans, $2 00
Ladies' $2.00 Tans, $1.60
Ladies' $150 Tans, $1.00
Children's in Same Proportion.
HERE THAT ARE SURELY INTERESTING, g
We defy the world to match a single suit in thiscu
tire h.t for le--. than li, for most of them f 15.
DlOUSC WalStS. These Wa;-l
Dl0USC WaiStS. ,,. i,e and ar.
115-117 West Second Stnet, Kmu'
any rm'.r f our Lad es' Tan Shoes in 8
which h.iv.Mw f?.
to close at
Street and Sr.r.nnrl Avom.o
$4.85, $6.75, $8.50. g
are entirely new, lwuht at half Q
- iii, - ..ur customers the 1,-nefit. (l
tit..- U.ilb. i -an. f.: for JWc
have al vv.-n s ,uid 1. g
Pants 75c to $2.50. (J
Xo end to our l:n of Crash Suit
anil Alpacas, whiieour line of Ne
li'ee Shirts is hiinj.l- oreou.
f.hi- for Children'! tl t$
Wa'Ii Suit. (J
!d Stand. DarcD,K.,t. low..
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