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THE AIIGUS. SATURDAY, rJTJX,V 8, 1899
Ttaa Weather W May Have.
Fair tonight and Sunday; wanner Sun
day. Today's temperature 73.
J. H. Shebie. Obaerrer.
Golf balls at Hynes'.
Dolly Bros', tonight.
Tay jour water rent.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
Tennis shoes at Dolly Bros1.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
30-inch Red bird bicycles at Hynes1,
Kedbird bicycles $30 at Ilynes'.
Bockford $ 1.50. Are you going?
List yonr property with Reidy Bros
- Band concert at Prospect park San
The coldest soda. Palace Cijrar
Willie Dunn's 1-piece golf clubs at
Band concert at the Watch Tower
See want ad postofilce box 316 for a
Ice cream, wholesale and retail, at
Trcfz & Co's.
Plenty of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Quench your thirst at the Palace
Cigar store fountain.
Choice bargains in children's hats
at Miss Kate Byrnes1.
Moline's street fair is to be held the
week beginning Aug. 28.
Hull & Co. for real estate and in
surance. Read their ad.
Don't forget the bargains in milli
nery at Miss Kate Byrnes'.
All good first-class at Summers &
Co's., 322 Twentieth street.
Fine millinery at cost tor the next
30 days at Miss Kate Byrnes'.
Plenty of berries and fruit at Hess
Bros', this evening. Phone 1031.
Drink, man, and be refreshed at the
Palace Cigar store's soda fountain.
Attend the ball game Sunday. Mo
line Athletic team vs. the Londons.
The Tri-city Labor congres meets
tomorrow, Oflicers will be elected.
Don't fail to call and see that line
of iron beds at Cleniann & Salzmann's.
Get your vegetables for your Sun
day dinner at iiess isros . tbis even
Just received a large line of rugs at
Clemann & Salzmann's. Call and see
Everything the lest and the best
of everything. Palace Cigar store soda
The largest and best line of ham
mocks ami croquet sets in the city at
Trefz & Co's.
It will pay you to get prices on
Summers & Co's. goods beforo buy
The finest line of
the city at Clemann
The First Baptist church Sunday
chool held a picnic at Black Hawk
Watch Tower yesterday.
For Alaska refrigerators, blue
llame oil and gasoline stoves. Sum
mers & Co. are headquarters.
Strasser's band, of Davenport, will
give its second promenade concert at
Scheut.en park, Tuesday evening, Julv
Procure yonr tickets at once for the
Rock ford excursion. $1.50 round
trip. Bicycle and lunch ba'kets tak
The annual school picnic of the Ger
man Lutheran church will take place
at the Elm street garden Wednesday.
Have you seen the bears and elk
at Prospect park? Now on free exhi
bition at Prospect park. Take the
The Northwestern university quar
tet will sing in the First Methodist
church at the morning and evening
Next Wednesday. July 12, is mer
chants' excursion day. 'when every
Dody is going to Rockford. $1.50 only
for the round trip.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y. W. C. T. U. will "i held at the
home of Miss Anna Bromley, 1435
Tenth avenue. Monday evening.
Call for and drink Carse & Ohweil
er's bottled goods. They are not only
made of the purest water but the best
material that the world produces.
Merchants excursion to Rockford
Wednesday morning. Two trains. 6:40
and 7 a. ni. Bring your lunch baskets
with you and enjoy an outing in the
There was a team shoot at live
birds at DaveDport yesterday ln'tween
lxthar Harms and T. R Harper and
Spencer Robinson and C. B. Marshall.
Harms and Harper won by a score of
23 to 21. A feature was 15 kills by
Coroner L. V. Eckhart has been in
formed of a sensational discovery of
an infant's body in the river below
the abattoir the forepart of this week.
I be facu remain to be venned.
A fine ride through one of the best
sections of Illinois, over the Milwau
kee road and return next Wednesday,
July 12. Only $1.50 for the round
trip Get your money's worth.
Plenty of music, plenty oi Inn, a
jolly crowd, a ride just long enough
and Dot too long to Rockford and re
turn next Wednesday, July 12, over
the Milwaukee road. $1.50 only for
the round trip.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huntley wish
to publicly express their gratitude to
neighbors and friends lor svmpalny
shown and for assistance rendered
during the illness and death of their
To parties having money to invest
4100, $150, $200, $250, $300 to $500
and up can place same in an invest
ment absolutely secured and paying 7
per cent. Apply to k.. J. uurns, room
12, Mitchell & lwnde building.
H. S. Richnian has opened a gro
cery at 1605 Second avenue, next door
west of Speidel's drag store, and has
stocked it with a fresh line of staple
and fancy groceries. Give him atrial
and you will be steady customers.
Give your family an outing. Take
them to Rockford next Wednesday,
July 12. Trains leave at 6:30 and
a. in. over the Milwaukee, returning
leave Rockford at 6:30 p. m. A de
lightful trip for only $1.50 both ways.
Kramer & Co. will begin the print
ing of names for atone s new direc
tory next Monday morning. If you
have moved your residence, place of
business or contemplate doing so,
please report the same to 1508 Second
avenue at once.
Go with the crowd to Rockford next
Wednesday, to the beautiful Forest
city, one of the most prosperous in
Illinois. Famous for its fine resi
dences and extensive factories. There
and back the same day. $1.50 only
for the round trip.
The residences of C. F.
and Martin Kronholm,
were struck by lightning
terday morning's storm.
holm bouse was set on lire, but the
blaze was subdued by. the family be
fore any serious damage ensued. A
chimney on the Heraenway residence
At the meeting of the directors of
the Rock Island Club last evening the
secretary was instructed to give no
tice that in connection with the regu
lar meeting of the club next Tuesday
vening the subject of the present
telephone service in Rock Islaud
would be discussed, and that citizens
renerally and representatives of the
telephone company be invited to be
YOUNG & McCOMBS'
I II llG MIPS.
The Cycle Age has prepared an estimate of the , bicycles
that will be made and sold by the various manufacturers for
1899, from which we take the following:
- - Crescent Bicycles 135000
Andrae Bicycles, 5000
Patee Bicycles 6000
Eldredge & Belvider Bicycles 7500 '
" Hoffman Bicycles 5000
Stearns Bicycle Co 12000
Rambler Bicycles ; 35000
Racycle Bicycles 1 15000
Columbia & Hartford Bicycles 75000
Ide Bicjcles . 15000
Snell Bicycles r. 12000
Barnes Bicycle Company 17000
Monarch Bicycle Company 40000
Sterling Bicycles 15000
You make no mistake if you select America's leading
wheel, THE SKY HIGH CRESCENT. Prices and
quality guaranteed. See them at
1615-1617 Second Avenue. - JOfcA islanu.
The Summer Girl's Complexion
needs care and pure emollients to
keep it free from tan, sunburn and,
freckles. Theie is nothing like
our LILY CREAM for removing
tan, freckles and sunburn, and for
softening and whitening the skin.
We have everything for the toilet
table and bathroom of the refined,
woman. Pure Soaps, Cosmetics,
Etc. A full line of PALMER'S
SUPERIOR PERFUMES. Try
A. J. RIESS,
TVDTTrPTCT Cornerof Fourth Avenue and
1H.UUUlOl, Twenty-third St., Rock Island, 111
LAWN TENNIS GOODS,
BASE BALL GOODS,
GOODS MADE TO ORDER.
Bennett's Glove and Fur Store.
Full Stock of Gloves.
FINE TAILORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that aan be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 60, $6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
180S iNOll At
July Clearing Sale.
I be most interesting sale ever in
augurated, whereby' you can save
uionet' 011 every article 111 our big
mammoth establishment, as every
aiticle is cut in price from the
smallest to the biggest item. Other
merchants will give vou a leader on a
few items, but we give you leaders on
everything. Note a few of the items
which is only a sample of what we are
loing in all departments of our store:
1UU piece dinner 6et, former price
$41.08, July clearing sale price 'J D5.
Lamps $27, July clearing sale price
75 only 26-inch Otto mills silk
mbrellas, steel rods, with swedge
congo handles, braid with silk tassel.
received alter 4tn, cneap f 1.42, now
2c. Manufacturer stands the loss.
50 only 26-inch black silk talTeta
mbrellas, seven ribs, paragon frame,
congo handles, sterling silver swedge.
with name plate, $1.68, now $1.33.
Ladies' 2(i-inch colored taffeta um
brellas, navy, red and browns, seven
rib. paragon frame, swedge, straight
and crook bandies, $2.75. now $1.18.
All with silk cord and tassels.
Ladies' leather belts, colors only,
ith nickel buckles. Zoc, now loc.
Ladies' morocco belts, double and
stitched, 50c. now 37c.
Ladies' plain all linen hemstitched
andkerchief. 10c, now 5c.
Gents' plain all linen hemstitched
andkerchiefs. extra large, 20c. now
L Going traveling? Canvas covered
telescopes, start them 22c.
Keingerators, all sizes to move
nick, we will give von 500 pounds of
ice free with each box. Rememlier
prices are reduced.
72-inch half bleached table damask.
former price 60c, now 371c.
58-inch turkey red table damask.
former price 371c. now 25c.
Wash ras, good size, 2c.
Twill crash, er yard. 2c.
16-inch bleached crash 31c,
White dress goods, stripes, checks.
fancy cord and lace effects, 25c and
20c. now 12Jc.
36-inch white pione, suitable for
skirts and dresses, worth 19c, HJc.
Fancv dress ginghams (imported).
cords, . stripes, checks and . fancy
broken plaids, all new, Irrsn stock,
25c quality, now. choice 121c.
Extra quality plain white duck, was
tile, now lUc. ,.
The above is only a few of the many
bargains found in this department.
Every piece of goods reduced in price '
lor tnis j uiy clearing sale.
There is a time for all things. The
time to take De Witt's . Little Early
Riura ia vhpn taii am nfTAt-inrr fmm
constipation, biliousness, sicthead-1
ache, indigestion or other stomach or I
liver troubles. They never gripe.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reiaa
ITS ONLY JUST
To treat yourself to the
good things of life if
you can get them by
' paying no more than
you would for the com
moner foods. Come
and examine our stock,
and you will be satis
fied. Glance at the list:
New Peas. Wax Beans,
Summer Squash, nermudaOn'ana,
Celery, lie .id and Leaf
Sprint; Chickens dressed to order.
'. . .Twentieth. Street.. ..
We keep a complete
line of RAILROAD
WATCHES in all
grades, also agents for
BALL RAILROAD WATCH.
Wc do all kinds of line-
watch repairing and ad--.4...
justing. . Give us a
trial. ' - . .. . 't .
J. Ram set,
P. R. R.
C. M. & St.
Price Compelling Stock
That will prove interesting Chapters on Economy to JULY BUYERS OF CLOTHING.
This fast growing store with the most prosperous season wcreyer . had, .has,, decided
to clean our tables of the remainder of our Spring and Summer Stock and will
eclipse all past records with extraordinary and exceptional offerings, THAT WE
MA Y NOT BE HANDICAPPED in our preparations for the forthcoming season. Our
Mr. Ell Mosenfelder Is now in the eastern market where he will purchase the largest
and most complete stock of
AND: MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
In the highest grades ever shown under one roof in the three cities. Before leaving
for New York and Boston he gave instructions to put a price on every article of cloth'
ing and furnishing goods in the store that will sell it quick. IS M UST BE SOLD AND
WILL BE if our customers appreciate good goods at extremely low prices, for It Is
not every day you are offered bargains like these.
Hark, yea Short and Fat Men and Tall
and Thin Men.
We are over-stocked on your kind of ciothing and - you can secure
a bargain that will be ever green in your memory at
$7.50, $9.50, $iO, $11.50 and $13.50.
Correct Fitting, Stylish Negligee Shirt?. .
ercale and fancy cheviots, with detached cuffs, all
in Madras, per
carefully selected patterns, at
39c, 48c, 50c, 68c, 75c and 98c.
Without doubt the best selection of hot weather shirts in town.
Beautiful shades and patterns in men's silk front soft shirts, with
plain plaited or puffed fronts, unbroken siesand no back numbers, at
50c, 78z, 98c and $1.00.
Men's All-Wool Cassimere and Worsted
A wonderful collection of all the good things of this season's
styles in stripes, checks, plaids, as well as blues, blacks and staole
grays; also dark modest mixtures, suitable for every age of man, at
$4.85, $5, $6.50, $7.35 and $8.50.
For the Big Boys
That want style and durability we quickly make our friends for
the big M. & K. stock is always carefully selected to please the taste
of this Jastid'ous nge, and we arc showing most everything that is
worth having at figures like these,
$3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50 and $7.85.
For the Big Little Boys j
Ages 3 to 16 years: cloths for roust-a-bout spring wear and sum- I
mer vacation or for dressier use.' Double breasted jackets' and shorfT 1
fancy colored vests and i
pants or stylish three button cutaway with
85c, $1.25, $2.48, $3.65 and
The Celebrated M. & K. Overalls
Sold the world over at 75o, heavy blue denim or black, bristol
duck, you will know them by the white stitching, at
39c, 39c, 39c.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.
and M. F. Bahnsen, druggist. -