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THE ABGUS, SATTTRDAY", JULY 0, 1898.
WtUar W Hay XUt
Generally fair tonfcht and Stn
Srtay'a temperature 78.
J If Sumatm, Observer, f
Pay your water rent.
Shoe sale at Dolly Bros'.
New honey at Hess Bros1.
Buy ona a Kinship cigar.
Ice cream at Trefz & (Vs.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Berries at Long's this evening.
Lunch at the White Seal tonight.
Money to loan at 6 percent. Reidv
Coif shoes at the S. B. & S. shoe
All kinds of bicvele gear at the S
B. & S. '
Tan, low 0r high, shoes at the S
B. & S.
L. B. St raver's u-rated milk, 5 rents
Tan linen oxfords at the S. B. & S.
For reliable fire insurance call on .
The "J8 model Waverlv bievcle $3.5,
Gents' linen shoes at the S. B. & S.
$2.50 bicycle shoes at the S. B. & S.
Half price. Straw hats. Sommers
All perishable goods cheap at Long's
Ladies' wrapiers b'J cents at Young
Iressed chickens at Hess Bros',
Oents1 outing shoes at the S. B. &
S. shoe store.
Tennis goods at the S. B. & S. Shoe
Cool ties that will make vou happv
at the S. B. & S.
L'verv ilav is shoe dav here. The S.
B. & S. Shoe Co.
Trefz & Co. have the finest ice
cream in the city.
Visit our millinery department.
Young & McCombs.
Three dollar bicycle shoes at the S
B. A S. shoe store.
Km! and black raspberries at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Low prices on seasonable hats at
Young & McCombs'.
Gents' high mountain shoes at the
S. B. fc S. shoe store.
See the Front Rank steel furnace at
H. T. Siemon & Sou's.
Ladies' linen oxfords at the S. B. &
S. Shoe Co.; Davenport.
1'Ienty of fruit and vegetables at
Tassig Bros', this evening.
Ladies' $2 bicycle shoes at the S
B. & S. Shoe Co", Davenport.
Any Mother's Friend shirt waist 25
cents. Som mers ifc La elle
Plenty of fruit and
at Passig Bios', this evening
Attend the clearing sale at the
Flemming Furniture company.
Buy shoes where assortment is the
greatest, the S. B. & S. Shoe Co.
Drop into the White Seal tonight
and get a bite of delicious lunch.
Mrs. D. LaFrcnx is selling hercntire
su miner stock at extremely low prices
for an honest job of tin work call
on II. T. Seinion. 1613 Third avenue.
Fish fry lunch at the Club saloon
Saturday night, ou Eighteenth street.
Ladies' combination street anil
bicycle shoes at the S. B. & S. shoe
Sweet miik. cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
All kiuds of confections and
cigars at Peterson's. 325 Twentieth
Ice cream milk shake, 5 cents a
glass at Peterson's, 3) Twentieth
"I ride an Eldredge, what do vou
ride?" -A Belvhlcre $35," " at
All trimmed hats sold regardless of
cost at Tewkesbury's. 170'J Second
Kare Bits, three packages for 10
ceuts, at Young & McCombs' this
Gunther's chocolates and bon lions
Cures every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system.
Thousands of people
Testify that Hood's
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
And That Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And get Hood's
And only Hood's.
Dewev's blue canvas oxfords
all tho rasre. at the S. B. & S. Shr
Seventy-live and 50-eent Mother's
Friend shirt waists 25 cents. Som
mers & LaVelle.
Don't forcet to ftnlpr ir croam tnr
your Sunday dinner at Peterson's, 325
Call and see the Stearns ball bear
ing lawn mowers at Spencer's, 202
Two things to rememlnr thi
Maine, and our shoes the S. B. & S.
Shoe Co., Daveniwrt.
Ttnainosa nrinAWir mildanita i
erty and lots for "sale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Burns.
Fifty-dollar bicycles for 30 at
Spencer's. Onlv a few left. Come
early and avoid the rush.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her large
and eleirant stock of mi'.linerv e-ond
regardless of cost for the next "30 davs.
Call at Mrs. La Frenz' and mt her
prices on ui-to-iate summer millinery
iit'inic uuviug eisewncie.
Fifty-dollar bicycles for $30 while
they last. All guaranteed by E. C.
Stearns & Co. Spencer's, 2?2 Eigh
Stearns ball liearing lawn moweis
run like a bicycle. They have cup.
cones and balls. At Spencer's. 202
There is now a grand clearing sale
at the Flemming Furniture company
in order to make room to repaper anil
get ready for the fall stock.
So neat, clean and odorless, that it
is a pleasure for ladies to use Lyon's
Automatic Fertilizing Lawn Feeder.
For sale at SjieneerV, 202 Eighteenth
Negotiations are practically cotn-
pieicu nnereoy Air. and Mrs. :. V.
St ockhouse become the owners of the
Mayer Rosenh'eld homestead ou Sev
Brook man, the Twentieth street
jeweler, has a line line of ladies' and
gents' gold watches, which will
l sold at a very reasonable price.
Call and see them.
You can almost see the eras irrmv
when using Lvon's Automatic Fertil-
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i.ui jdnii rceoer aim t .onccntrateil
Odorless Lawn Food: at Splicer's, 202
Ed Swan will walk a high wire over
Kock river at the Watch Tower Sun
day. Free ac rial act by Morrow, the
gymnast, hand conceit and electric
One down sticks of Lyon's Concen
trated Odorless Lawn "Food accom
plishes the same purpose as a - wagon
load of other makes. At Spencer's,
202 Eighteenth street.
William Alln-rt, 3-months-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Teufcl, tfOl
Niuth avenue, died at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon of whooping cough.
The funeral will 1h held from the res
idence at 2 p. in. tomorrow.
J. M. Mclntee, the new manager of
the Central I Tnintl Trl.jtilwkiis
pany at Molme, has resigned. The
' people up there are now demand'ni"
the restoration of the old operators,
who walked out as the result of some
difficulty with Mr. Mclntee.
Mrs. Tewkesbury, who formerly
conducted business as Miss Hass. has
j opened her millinery pj
CltV at 17IV.1 Kennml
nrlor in this
. J - " " ' ii ii v, n uric ai
me. where she
will be phased to see her former pa
trons, as they will lc sure to find the
most correct in exclusive stvles.
! Fifty -dollar- bicvcles for $30 at
i w..... . tud ,. .
jn ucei , -s r-ignieenin street.
They have Hush joints, internally fas
tened handle bar and seat posts, self
oilimr crank haiver hi.iritir !.
' drop frame; choice of saddles. I will
personally guarantee that there are
no bel ter wheels made.
Jesse Green, the enterprising news
dealer, 327 Twentieth street, has just
completed the remodeling of his store,
t which now presents a mot inviting
I appearance. He has added to his
'stock largely, and in addition to bis
assortment of books he carries a big
liae of current periodicals and station
'cry goods, and delivers the daily pa
J pers. He also carries a full line of
cigars and tobacco and smokers' arti-
I Lvon's Automatic Fertili.iiKT Ij-n
Feeder is a device which automatically
dissolves a stick of Lyon's Lawn Food
and diffuses it tllloU'Ii an nrilin-irtr
'garden hose in aliout one hour. It is
neat and light; attached in a few scc-
" ieeii wie end ot the liose and
U t . ,
i mr uo.iif. ii may ie used in con-
neetion with any garden hose, nozlc
or spray made, and need not lie re
I moved when charging it with Ijiwii
j Food. For sale at Spencer's, 202
Friction reduced to a minimum.
The ball bearings of the Stearns
mowers prmit of a much higher
'gearing than the ordinary coiie or
roller tarings, and though moved
( at slow speed, will thus cut faster
( and cleaner than any other mower on
the market. The knives are made of
( the best quality of steel, carefullv
ground and sharpned. Thev will
retain their keen edge under continu
j ous use. The angle of the knives has
, Iwn increased so that there is a con
tinuous cut. Before one cvlinder
I knife leaves the face of the stationary
j knife the following one has nage'd
it. For sale at Spencer's, 202'Ehrh-
1 tcenth street. b
I are expressions frequently heard about
Foley's Kidney Cure. !v not fail to
( try this great femeiv for all kidnev
. trouble. For sale bv T. II. Thomt
T Core Caouliwtlaa Foi.
i.J'iS cndT t'thartic. lot or Sc.
II C. C. C. tail to cure, dniR-istc retund bokj
Before You Buy a
Look into it and see
if all the parts are
Here We Have
Along list of the arson's
choicest vegetables from
which you can surely find
(omething to add to your
fcunday dinner. K?ad the
Celery, Summer Syuash.
New Potatoes, ParJey.
Ouioas, Ureen Beans,
Wax Beans, Pie Plant,
New Beets. New Pens,
(jreen Corn. Soup Hnnches.
Teaches, Teaches by basket,
Pine pples, Ormpes.
Eating Apples, Creen Apples,
Red and Black Raspberries.
Dressed Chickens. Spring Chick
ens. HESS BROS
1C3Q fiM(nl In.
At 9 o'clock 14-quart tin dish
Soap, Toilet Sonp 100 lioxes
Witch Hazel Soap, 3 bars in
box, per box ,5C
100 boxes Jack Rose Toilet Soap,
8 bars in a 1kx, 2 boxes for. .. 25c
4 bars flood Toilet Soap 10c
Croquet sets at cost and below,
4-ball set 39c
Hammocks. Uammoeks, Closing
Them Out Hammock worth
up to $1.50 for 97c
Hammocks worth up to $1.00
The latest thing out in toy chil-
dren's saw buck and saw, for
Thoue 4171. Twentieth Street.
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed-'
1609 THIRD AVEHUS
Have a world wide
reputation and they
cost no more than
the common makes.
Call and examine the
best line of
. .. .1
in thP i: tw
Don't forirct we
ters for :. : :
Golf Balls and Clubs
Tennis Balls and Rackets
We also have
cycles, the lH-st
wheels in the
824 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
303 West Third St, Davenport.
1729 Second Avenue.
1 16 to ISO Eighteenth St.
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LAUItS" OXFORD SALE 1
All this week. Unheard of prices. Read them. See them.
All tan goods, hand turned and every pair solid
We place in this sale about 20O pairs of strictly hand turned work of the ln'st nualitv of CI OC
stock, prices ranging from $1.70 to $2.50. all go at the uniform price of, js r pair.. .. .. vlfcO
$t Oxfords in wine and tan shades, needle toe. but the liest stoek. just a few pairs left, QQ
Have some pretty Oxfords, cloth tops, regular $2 goods,
Then we give you remarkable
r We rush them out at the nlove priees to get room for our immense fall stm-k which arrives earlv the "Sf
coming month. Call, examine and buy the Ik-sI goods for the money that has ever 1-n offered. 4?
w" The Rarirnin fZivpr. F7h. a - - r i, ,
t eeath Street and Second
Clocks at Woltmann's
Seth - Thomas - Clocks.
that they are the
liest. We also car
ry the Gilbert and
VypUmann the Jeweler
1805 S-cond avenue.
at HALF PRICE
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We offer this week the choice of any pair of our Ladies' Tan Shoes
the house, which .Laveliecn 3.
to close at
A great many
' lines are broken in sizes, but vou
can find your size in some of them. First come, first served.
We close at 6:30' except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
bargains for KOc. $1
A r a i c
jm m . - mm ii wn;
A ve. aTTli i jr da v
ennett's . . .
13c for 25c
38c for 75c
50c for $1
$1 tor $2
Take advantage of them.
nKuuvstuav ana rtaiur. i;
FOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
Goods Made to Order.
GLOVE STORE, '
115-117 West Second St. O
KnaM't Old fitaotf.