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TUB AUGUS. THURSDAY. MAY Jil. 1900
Tbm Weatner Wa May Hit
Probably ibawen aad tbanderitonns
toilfbtaad Friday; but little change
J. it. SBiitia, ObMrrer.
Temperature At 7 a n, to: at 1:30
p. m "1.
Celery at Horton's.
Hynes rents wheels.
The Leader shoe store.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Shoe sale at lXdly Dros
Kresh fish at Schroeder's.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
Fcr Insurance; E. J. Barns.
Ride the Rambler, at Lloyd's.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Ride the Tribune, at Lloyd's.
Guns at 1709 Second avenue.
Bicycles repaired at Lloyd's.
Ride the Eldredge, at Lloyd's.
Cleveland and Niagara bic ycles
At Smythe & Carpenter's.
1709 Second avenue the place.
Ride Wolf American, at Lloyd's.
Fatee Crest bicycles at Spencer's
Spanish lessoas. Inquire at library.
Ride Columbia chainless, at Lloyd a
List your property with Reidy Bros
Cleveland and Niagara bicycles
At Soivthe & Carpenter s.
iinmA-'rrown strawberries at Ilor
v.nrv rmtent Hour 95 cents a sack
at llorton s.
Ten nounds of oatmeal for 25 cents
We make a specialty of shirt waists
Ki vmir pvcs. Consult Jr.
If you want vour property sold list
it with Hull s -o.
Cream City and return only f 2.50
next Saturday evening.
Meet me at the Milwaukee depot
next Saturday evening at 10:30.
Anheuser-Busch bottled beer. A
D. Huesing, sole agent. 1'bone 1338
Have you secured your berth in the
sleeper for the Milwaukee excursion
The onlv automatic lawn mower
grinder in "the city. Smythe & Car
ThoWoolmen of Cedar Rapids are
to run an excursion to Rock Island
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
Visit your relatives ami mends in
Milwaukee. Round trip onlv $2.50
Saturday, Jun' 2.
F. J. Dickman & Co. have on dis
play a fine line of graduation pres
ents. See the line.
Good accommodations will Iks pro
Tided for all attending the Milwaukee
excursion next Saturday evening.
(Jo to Milwaukee next Saturday and
eniov the refreshing breeze from the
lake. Only $2.50 for the round trip
Miss Jessie Bogue succeeds Miss
Bertha Conp at Kingsbury's store.
Miss Copp leaves Saturday for Oska-
Remember that the Alaska refriger
ator is the best refrigerator on the
market. For sale bv Summers &
Dr. La Grange, the expert optician
will make his 41st visit to lileucr'a
iewelrv store tomorrow. Consulta
Secure your tickets early for the
Milwaukee excursion and avoid the
rush at the ticket ollice Saturday
Nearly all headaches and nervous dis
eases are caused by eye-strain. If
you are afflicted consult Dr. LaGrange
Miss Jourdane, Miss Bvrnes' Chi
cago trimmer, has arrived with mid
summer styles. Call early and place
Why sufTer with the heat? Keep
cool by using one of bummers v
Woodin's refrigerators, blue-tlame oil
or gasoline sieves.
Three carloads of iron for the street
car company's new bridge across the
Sylvan waters to Rock Island arsenal
arrived today from Chicago.
What shall it profit a man if be
gain the whole world and lose his own
eyesight? Avoid ail n.-ts by consult
ing lr. LeGrange tomorrow.
Tickets for the Milwaukee excur
sion are now on sale at the C, M. &
St. P. depot or can be secured from
members of t le Co runs club.
Ktamination for a free scholarship
in the state university is to be held at
the county superintendent's oCice
the court houe Saturday morning.
Make vour plans to take in
the moonlight excursion Tuesday
evening. June 5. Cats to Moline
after the excursion. Read ad, page
The Milwaukee excursion leaves
Rock Island at 10:30 p. m.. after bus
iness hours, and arrives at 6 a. m.
Monday before the commencement of
vour day's business.
Your child's future health and edn
e! ion my h tuarred by ome lurk
ing delect of the eyes. Satisfy your
iscii on this point by consulting Dr.
Installment guaranty bonds of Chi
cago Cattle company equal advan
tageous to those having small amounts
as well as large to invest. Absolutely
safe. Address A. W. Frev, aent.
Do not forget to drop in at the
Sen its palm garden, one of the first
in the land and only a few blocks from
the depot. Milwaukee excursion
leaves the C, M. & St. I, depot at
10:30 Saturday evening. Round trip
an-city people wm nave an oppor
Itunitv next Saturday to see for the
first time hereabout a demonstration
of liquid air. upon which subject a
lecture will be given on that dte at
the Burtis opera house, in Daven
Greasy rags in a closet became afire
by spontaneous combustion at the
residence of Albert Johnson on Thir
tv-fourth street and Fifth avenue at
5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, result
ing in a call for the lire department.
FOR THE COUNTY OFFICES.
Plenty of Uood Material for Democratic
There is abundant good material
available for the democratic nomina
tions for county oilices in the forth
coming election, when the party of
the people will not only be returned
to the governmental helm of the na
tion, but of the state and county as
well, for the lesson taught as a result
of the Ifanna-McKinley experiment
has been a dear one for the masses of
Americans and one they will not soon
b. R. Kenworthy, of this city, has
already announced bis candidacy for
the states attorneyship. R. R.
Reynolds, of this cilv, and W. C.
Allen, of Moline. are also talked of.
Either would make a creditable offi
cial. All have an extensive ac
quaintance in the cities and county,
and are popular.
For the circuit clerkship V. M.
lilandiug, E. J. Burns and A. D.
Huesing, of this city; C. C. Coyne,
of Port Bvron, and" J. G. Bri'ton,
of Andalusia, have been mentioned
aji are stauncn ana strong repre
sentative democrats. The nomination
of either is an assurance of election,
For coroner, J. E. Lark in and G
XV. Henry, of this city, are being
favorably discussed. Either would
make a capable ollicer.
POUT lltltON l'OINTS.
Port Bvron. Mav i0. Allen Flem
ing is clerking for C. C. Covne.
jonn oan is still iu a precarious
Charles Johnson has arrived home
There was a special meeting of the
Uoval Neighbors rriday evening.
There are no empty residences now
in 1'ort Uyron and more residences
Lnaney vt uiiams, oi le Claire, was
over oh this side visiting with Dr. and
Rev. C D. Moore, of Moline, who
is chairman of the board of visitors
visited the academy.
Ihe trial game played Saturday last
between Port Byron and a pick-up
nine resulted in favor of Port Bvron
by a score ot lo to 14.
Un account of alterations and re
pairs, bimonsou v behafer are wait
ing upon their customers in a small
frame building near the bank.
The Congregational church am
parsonage are to be thorough! y
renovated ielore the arrival of Rev
Auams, wno takes charge early in
A. D. Keelev celebrated his 85th
birthday May 21 at home among his
children. His health is remarkably
good. He has always been a staunch
democrat, casting his first vote for
The sehool bo:ird held a mcetiii"
aad selected E. J. Delano as print-in il
lor tno coming year. 4 here is sull
one teacher to be appointed for the
grammar room. The teachers of the
tirst and second rooms have been re
appointed. Miss Swagler leiog re
engaged for the Canaan sehool.
jiugn Aiccaii, oi .oe, is the wner
of 70 sheep which the butcher values
at f 4 each f 280. Monday last Mr.
McCall sold the lleece of these sheep.
which weighed 484 pounds, at 17
cents per pound f S2.28. The lambs
are estimated to be worth $200, thus
showing that the lambs and wool are
worth 2.28 more than the sheep.
which would seem to show that sheep
raising is profitable.
Ibe following members of thed. A.
R. met at the town hall Sunday morn
ing last and marched in procession to
the Methodist church to attend
Memorial services: Henrv Trent,
William Tilbrook. John McCauley, J.
XV. Maxwell, J. W. Simonson, John
O'Harra, John Zollinger, B. H. Cook,
Thomas Roberts, Charles Wilson,
John Whiteside, Canr Maurer,
Duane Nicholson, Henrv Tomer. John
Moody. Thomas Newton, William
For Summer wear!
These Oxfords have no equal.
Made of black Kibo Kid. Un
latest style lasts, and new
effects. See these two Ox
fords, illustrated here, and
we are sure you will be
(iueen Quality Shoes, light and
Oxfords sre the cficlest.
the best fitting, and the
easiest walking shoes
conceivable. They are
also exceedingly hand
An Exceedingly Com
fori able and Styl
stamped on sole.
I THE BOSTON
8 PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
FIEBIG ft. RGBB, Mario contractors.
Electric Light or
Power Wiring done in
best possible manner
according to iuuranco
Sole Agents for tie
celebrated Tucrk Elec
tric Ceiling Fan.
Bell sf Batteries,
Gasoline Engine Batteries,
Repairing a Speciality.
v i vi mt ti Ji
1617 Third Ave.
KRAt'KKT KAN a
Bnford I'ost UratlHcd.
Gen. John Buford Post 243. G. A.
R., desires to thank the loval and ra-
triotic eop!e of Rock Island, who, in
any manner, assisted in makingMem
crialdaytbe success it was. May
they live long to eniov the blessing's
of our great free government. By
order of the post.
G. L. Mitchell. Commander.
E. WiLriiER. Adjutant.
Good Things to Eat
Can always bo found
at our largo and com
modious store. See
the list below.
I ew Turnips
onuuda Onions, Spinach.
Water Cres, Summer Squash
Apple. line Apples
Dres ed Turkey. Dressed Puck.
Spring Chickena Ureaaed to Order,
1S20 Second Ave.
A lot of Cut Glass is now
going out chemically iinishud
that is, the so called polish
is produced by acid. The
effect is varnished glass. We
guarantee every piece we sell
to be hand finished, and war
rant the polish to le las ing
aud brilliant. When in need
of Rich Cut Glass call on
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. ODDOsite Harper house.
At Angustana college Thursday at 8
p. m. Reserved seats 60 cents.
.tickets lor stie at isowibj a ana lot-
ten a music stores. Ibe program will
be verv tine.
On the City of Winona and
Tuesday Evening, June 5.
A uood time guaranteed.
dancing on the boat.
bv the Woodmen
The most stubborn coughs result
ing from an attack of la grippe or
heavy cold, must yield to the wonder
ful healing properties of Foley's
Honey and Tar, which strengthens
the lungs and makes them sound.
Nothing else as good. At all drug
ONE LADY'S TICKET
Will be given free for 15
coujHns cut out and pre
sented at 204 Eighth street
before 12 m. June 5.
Subscribe for Thk Argcs.
If You are Too Warm Try the Cooling Effects
of Our Summer Underwear.
Our stock is now complete and being bought by the
case, direct from mills, enables us to offer excellent values
at astonishing low prices. Here are a few quotations
Hot Weather Underwear ttial will Freeze Competition.
Fancy Colored Balbriggan
Other Dealers ask 35c for
French Balbriggan, 50c
Sizes 34 to 50,
tons, no extra
French Balbriggan, Strong
Drawers double crotch,
plain and fancy colors, well
Fine French Balbriggan
Shirts with long sleeves,
equal to those usually sold
Imported French Bal
briggan. Genuine Hon lion, Sizes 34
and lavender shades, jer
sey fitting, well worth $i.7.S-
Large Showing of Athletic Shirts, Pants, Sweaters, Etc.