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jmi:JiTiGv on is. idol
Hi is proving an attraction that few people can resist Wo are
Hi transacting an excellent Spring Business in consequence. Note W
w a lew ol the items that are botn attractive auu
S Mighty Bargains on the
Is and Dressing
Waists For 1901
Stylish Shirt Waists for women,
made from the finest Madras.
Cheviot and Linen materials,
styles in the new tucking, em
broidered and lace inserting.
large stock to select from,
at $2.98. :
91.98, J 1.68,
$1.39. $1.18. 98c. 73c A?r
A beautiful Tatfeta Silk Waist,
tucked front, fancy silk but
ton trimmed, great variety of
colors to select from, red,
black, old rose, gTeen, laven
der, in fact any color you may
wish, at a special J
low nriee VW "
Jnst received, a new lot of
White Linen Shirt Waists,
dotted Swisses, embroidered
and tucked styles, at ?2.9S.
$2.2.-. $1.42. Ofip
$1.25 and OOKj
Colored Lawn Dressing Sacqucs
in pretty pink and blue
stripes, large collar, trimmed
with ruffle and lace, at $1.25,
Fine Lawn and Percale Negli
gee Wrappers in dainty col
ors. Empire stylo, trimmed in
embroideries and ribbons, at
$1.98. $1.75. $1.69. 7f:p
1 is t 95 A and
We handle the Celebrated Am
sterdam Double Tipped Fin
ger Gloves, every pair guar
anteed to give satisfaction
blacks, whites and colors;
they range in price K(n
from $1 ftft to fJyJKj
50 dozen Window Shades. 6 feet
long, all mounted ready to put
up. good colors, C,
Why are we so busy in this
department? Are our prices
too high, or is it the styles?
Must be square dealing and
honest, low prices. A look will
convince you that we can save
you dollars in this department.
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WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WTiite Checked Nainsook for
Children's Dresses and La
IcJ your choice, yard
k't Plain White Sheer India Lin
ens. 1214c and 15c in.
ens, 12c and 15c "I (n
nnalltv fnr XJKj
Corded Dimities, all the new
stripes and figures, beautiful
colorings, 50 pieces to select
from, your Op
choice, yard JV'
Extra quality White Bed
Spreads, full size, ready for
use, assorted designs, worth
fo1;00, . . 85c
W 1723, 1725, 1727 Second Avenue,
l ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
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Under Our Roof
Sacqucs, all classified
Extra Good Values in
200 pieces of Muslin Under
wear, embracing tho finest
makes of Gowns. Skirts. Draw
ers. Chemise and Corset Covers.
Put into three big lots at a dis
tinct price, regardless of their
94 pieces of the finest Under
muslius that skilled labor can
produce. Gowns, Skirts, Draw
ers and Corset Covers, trim
med in fine laces and embroi
deries, worth from $1.0 to
$2.25. slightly OQp
Koilcd, choice OQK,
66 pieces of soiled Undermus
lins, mostly Gowns and Draw
ers, goods that sold from
$1.25 to $1.98. your
10 pieces of finest and interme
diate quality of Muslin Under
wear, some similar to the
above styles, soiled Just a lit
tle. Goods that sold as
high as $1.75, J.r
thfs sale OL
Summer Corsets, good styles,
fancy trimmed, at 79c, 48c,
39c I On
We are showing a very pretty
asFortment of French. China
and Art Ware suitable for grad
uation gifts. Wedgwood. Te-
plitz and Rudolstadt Vases.
Haviland. Ponyat. Blak-
man and Hender-en's French
China Plates. Pin Trays. Pen,
Trays. Comb and Brush Trays.
Bon Bon Boxes, etc. There is ;
such a large variety In thl3 line
that we have not the space to
quote prices in fall, but invite
you to look over this assort
ment. Pin Trays, assorted shapes and
each, as low as
Bread and Butter Plates. Havi
land China. 25c; finer
grades at 40c and OVO
$1.23 quality White Crochet
Quilts, extra sizes, hemmed,
assorted designs, j QQ
CO dozen Towels. 43x17, colored
borders all around; fringed
15c Bleached Turkish Towels,
best you ever saw for 1
1,500 yards Cottoa Crash,
ways 4c yard,
1,200 yards 18 inch Crash Lin
en, cheap at 12 Vic, Q1p
this time '-'av
IB -H m?fmm
2d Floor ! g
Into bargain lots
Special sale of Silver Plated
Sugar Shells, Butter Knives and
3-piece Child's Sets.
Silver Plated Sugar Shells? fan
cy beaded pattern, plated
with puro silver on nickel
base, guaranteed to give en
tiro satisfaction, for "1 C
this sale, only, each . .. J-tJL
Butter Knives, same pattern as
above, for this sale, "I
only, each LOj
piece Child's Sets, consisting
of Knife, Fork and Spoon, in
neat box, sale price.
iox, sale price, "1 Cn
et, only LOKj
"2 IncL Silver Bleached Table
DamaFk. 43c quality, Q
for. yard OKj
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ror uraauaun uiuvcs.ranii, tK
Handkerchiefs. Laces. Persian 0 1
Ijiwtis OollarH. Rclts. Hair Or-
naments. Bracelets, Pocket
Books. Chatelaines. remember
we are headquarters for all
kinds of remembrances on such
Full line of up-to-date Ladies'
Linen Collars just received.
See the new Wheel Purse, ev
erybody asks 15c for them;
you can buy them . Qn
here for U
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1Y TO GRADUATE
One Hundred and FiftV-TwO BOYS
and Girls Finish the
00MMEK0EMEST TO OCGTJB MAY 31
Classes Leaving Lincoln, Haw
thorne and Longfellow
Tho total number of graduates from
the eighth grade in the Itock Island
public scboola this year is 152, divided
as follows: Lincoln school, Mary
Piatt. Lou J. Philp and Idessa Wake
field, tiachera, boys 33. girls 42; Haw
thorne school, L. C. Daugberty and
Miss Mary Entrlken, teachers, boys
25, girls 26; Longfellow school. Miss
Ida W. Lundy, teacher, boys 12, girls
14 From tht different buildings the
following will graduate:
Bovs Fred W. Adauason, James E.
Indereom Victor G. Beck, Henry
Howard Brockuann. Edward Brien,
Mautico Willett Drigrgs, Lynn C.
Downing, Albert W. Ehleb, Madara
Ftzler, Theodore Paul Lichelsdoer-
er, Aitbur Harms, Herbert j. Jensen,
Wal'er Jens. fCicoIas M. Jnhl, Ed
waid Henry Krell. Walter J. Klockau.
George K. Long, Otto J. Lindenstruth,
tred Larson, August u. oiueiier. nil-
iam B. Marquis. Koy S Moore,
George A. Men., Thomas J. McGinty.
Kay u. Read. Harland K. Ulch. V il-
llatu 1 hotnpson, Joteph L?o Strcckfus,
Raymond C. Summers. Lee Smith,
Lotie Wood, George F. Zoeckler, Mil
ton J. Zi miner.
Girls Georgio E. Bledsoe, Mabel
Ruth Bruner, Esther C. Bergstrom,
Mary Lucy A. Brcnnan, LllaI. Cordes,
Nellie K. Collins, Mary J. Crampon,
Grace Florence Cary, Elizabeth C.
Clark, Mary E. Dickman. Emma Din-
Irger, Nellie Elizabetn Lngim. lies-
sie D. Ebcrbart, Mary Ellen Usher,
Florence Amelia Friostat, Bertha
Frick, Hetty II. Ferguson, Anna I.
rerry, Mjrtle Graham, Ellen B'aache
ludson. Alary Elizabeth Jonnston,
Essie L Lohr, F.'orence Tearl Morri
son, Estella M. Murrin. Hizel K.
Moore. Elizabeth Agnes Meenan,
Peail G. McKennan, Sarah Elizabeth
Powell, Charlotte Elizabeth Patterson.
Nettie E. Phllbrook, Gail O. Postle-
walte, Hattie F. 'Schindler. Helena
Clara Schrieber, Geraldine era Si
mons. Elsie Schockcr, Bessie A. Sand-
berg. Elizabeth Sears, Molly Stanley,
Julia Hurst Stafford, Cornelia Hay
Williams. Grace E. Wright.
Bovs Juiiu Appelquist, Willie
Joseph Broderick. Benjamin F. Bloch-
lDger, Harry V. Coleman, Areme
llernum EAly, Edward Elmer Eng
man. 1x1 win Faust, Lawrence El ward
Gowliog. John II. Hansen, Walter
Carl Heimbeck, Fred G. Ittner, George
Arthur Cling, George William Kroe-
ger, Aioert r.ay xicuriae. 1 am 11.
Nicholas, Robert Nold, Carl August
)eterman. Carl Bernhardi Schaffer,
William Frederic Schmacht, Charles
Selln, Lewis Grant Simpson, George
Siegrlst. Leo Martin Sullivan, Hairy
Daniel leager. waller .tmmerman.
Girls Ida May Albery. Zie W.
Blecker, Annette Uossetta Charles,
Mamie G. Daxon, Hattie May Drake,
Edith Elinor Engstrom, Grace Isabel
Fowler, Carrie H. Hansen, Martha
Ueidemann, Buby Ollie Holmes.
Abigail Huber, Mary Barbara Kimblo,
Helen Catharine Krucgcr, Pauline
Henrietta Maiwald. Mary Amilla Mc-
t;ee, Margaret B. Roche, Ellen Marie
Ityan, Mamie M. Sala, Mabel Uene-
vieve basgren, Anna iienrieiia
Schmacht. Olga Anna Scbroeder, Mil
lie Margarctla Sehncrt. Ellen Simp
son, Minnie L Stuhr, Anna Sullivan,
Edith Mae Tiffin. Mae Emma Wittick.
Long fallow School.
Boys Alvin G. Anderson, John
Brumce, Ben Do Pover, Wayne
Grady. Homer Hinkley, Earle Law
head, Frank Edward Maucker, Arthnr
G. Nelson, Fred Nebelius, Ernest H.
Pietcher, Earle C. Taylor, Orvlllo W.
Girls Jessie Archer, Sadie Ayres,
Pbfcbe Brooks, Lillian Lola Cushman,
Lauretta L. Carstens, Elith May
Griffiths. Gertrude C. Henke. Nellie
J. Olion. Ellen Rosenkranz, l9abe!l
Kobb, AnnaStader. Lois Helen Stultz,
The commencement exercises will
bo held on the afternoon of Friday,
May 31, in the different buildings
from which classes grade a to.
Biliousness is a eonditlon charac-
terlaed by a disturbance of the di
gestive organs. The stomach is do
billtatcd, tho liver torpid, tho bowels
constipated. Tbere Is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizziness,
coated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested
food and then of bl'e. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of the stomach and cre
ate a bealthy appetite. Tbey also tone
up the liver 10 a healthy action and
regulate the bowels. Try them and
jou aro certain to bo much pleased
with the result. For pale by all drug
gists. Trv the now remedy for costive
nees Cbamberlatns's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box goaranted,
Price 25 cents,
For sale by all drug-
Red is a
danger signal on the rail-
a fellow's nose ana on a
face. Men and women nse
Rocky Mountain Tea and get genuine
roby cheeks. 35 cents. T. H. Thomas'
MOLINE THE WINNER
IN HIGH SCHOOL MEET
The western Illinois interscholaatic
athletic contest on the Williams race
uaiesDurg unuer me auspices
egc S&tunlvy was partici
pated in by representatives tf the
nigh schools of Rock Island, Gales
burg, Moline, -Rockford, Kewanee,
Princeton, Elmwood. Canton, Farm
ingtoa, Fec&tonica, Lewlstown, Avon
and Astoria. Three thousand watched
the events, most of which were close.
A high wind interferred considerably.
Moline's team of young athletes dup
licated their work at the military
track meet at Kewanee and easily
distanced their competitors, securing
33 points, with Elmwood and Farm
ington tied for second with IS each.
Smith and Stecnbcrg. ot Moline, made
the best individual records of the day.
The bahner was awarded Moline. To
the individual winners gold, silver
and bronze medals were awarded ac
cording to rank.
Four of the Rock Island High
school track team competed. They
secured fifth place in the meet. The
boys who represented the school were
Will Collins. Thomas Clak. Fred
Clarke and Frank Sullivan. Will Col
lins was entered in tbe shot put and
! pole vault and succeeded in patting
the shot 39 feet 10 inches, and tied for
j secoad place In the throw-off Col
lins fouled, and so. bad to be content
with third place. His best throw was
but three inches shorter than that of
the tirst place man.
1 The wind was very severe and this
explains the fsct that Thomas Clark
was not placed in the 220-yard hurdle
In the mile run Fred Clarke and
Frank Sullivan secured lirst and sec
ond place after a most exciting race
and tiaish. Sullivan secured second
place in the last five yards in a heart
breaking finish against a terrific gale
of wind. In the polo vault Collins
cleared 9 feet against the wind, and
could doubtless have done much bet
ter than this had the conditions been
different. Very fine cold, silver and
bronze medals were given the bojs
for first, second and third place. An
I ofTyt ta tininor marie tn arp.nre enoiifh
funds to seDd several representative
to Champaign to the interscholastic
meet next Saturday.
In the pole vault Earl Henry, of
Elmwood, beat the Knox college rec
ord. The summaries:
100-yard dah Won by Kerby, Ke
wanee; Steenberg. Moline, second;
Anthony, Kewanee, third. Time,
Shot put Won by Kershaw, Elm
wood: Fowler. Avon, second; Collins,
Rock Island, third. Distance, 40 feet,
High jump Won by Smith. Mo
line;Blaiie, Kewanee. second; Wilson.
Moline, third. Height, 5 feet, 5
One-half mile run Won by Dim
mitt. Farmington; Bergert, Moline,
Becond; Sheldon, Rockford, third.
Time. 2:10 3 5.
Broad jump Won by Snively. Can
ton; Smith, Moline, second; Blake,
Kewane. , third. Distance, 20 feet.
120-vard hurdle? Won by Smith.
Moline; Wild. Galesburg. second;
Crill, Rockford. third. Time. :19 35.
Pole vault Won by Henry, Elm
wood: Hammer. Prince vllle, second;
Cnlhv. Pecatonica. third. Heisrht, 9
feet. 6 inches.
440-yard ran Won by Dimmitt,
Farmington; Bergert, Moline. second;
Kershak, Elmwood, third. Time,
59 2 5.
Bicycle race, one mile Won by
Thomas, Mohne; Langhoff, l'eoria,
second; Roofa, Astoria, third, lime,
220-yard dash Won by Steenberg
Moline: Cappallee. tarmington, sec
ond: Foshay, Galesburg. third. Time,
Mile run Won bv Clark. Rock Isl
and; Sullivan. Rock Island, second;
Van Patten. Elmweod, third, lime.
220 yard hurdles Won by Han
tnnn. Mnline: Fitzhenrv. Moline. sec
ond; Cavanaugh, Kewanee, third
One-halt mile relay race, grammar
schools Galesburg Won by inurcn
111 school. Time. 1:52J.
One-mile relay race. Knox college
and St. Alban's school, Knoxville
Won by Knox college. Time, 3:40.
Ol ! Soldier' Kzparleaoa.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran.
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's .treatment, but was wholly
cured bv Dr. King's New Lile Pills,
which worked wonders for her
health." They always do- Try
them. Only 25 cents at Hartz
i Ullemeyer's drug store.
I inflammatory Rbeamallam Cnrad In
Morton L. Hill, of Lelwnon, Ind
savs: "Mt wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen ai
most beyond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblrgel & Son, 220 West Second
Oar little girl was unconscious
from sti angulation during a sadden
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a bottle of One Minute Congh
Core, giving her three doses. Tbe
croup was mastered and oor little
darling speedily recovered," so writes
a 1. snanora, unesier, juicn. i. 11
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeycr.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
1705 Second Avenue.
Our Spring Opening.
We have Bargains in Oil
Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice
Cream Freezers, Water
Coolers, Steel Ranges, Cook
Stoves. Wringers and Wash
, ing Machines.
Summers & Co.
322 Twentieth Street. Phone 40S2
Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
I ; ft J rmm
in a bottle of
nnr daintTbnok rf
request. iM a
' Bottled at the Brewery
Incorporated Under tho
MosraT Loajtid O Fks3hx
J. M. Burord, Prmtaant.
Jobo CrubkUKb. Viae PTMldrat.
P. Qreenswalt, Cm bier.
eCn the iubIcbm July C 19SO, mna oeecpylos
R K. norner of mhu
& Lyndc s w buHdlnr.
L - u mm
v t f.
Digests what you cat.
It artificially digests tbif ood and aids
Nature in strengthening and" recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
eans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It lu
stantly relieTesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
airother results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c and SI. Larre sle contains SVt time
naUiS&! Book ll?boutdyspepsiaiilledfre
Prpar by E. C. OeWITT ACO, Cblcaoo
B. H. Bieber. Hartz & Ullemeyer,
Of the most desirablo styles
and shapes that adorn the
windows and shelves of
Schmaie's. It's a moral cer
tainty that we can please
you as to tit, comfort and
fashion. We have made
every preparation for spring
and summer and await your
visit with perfect confidence
of oar ability to please you.
Some amazing good values at little
Ladies' stylish Shoes, sizes 2J
to 4, worth $3, at.
Ladies' stvlish Oxfords, sizes
25 to 4." worth f 2 at
Also a fiae line of ladies', gents' and
misses1 summer footwear an assort
ment most complete. Come while
the bargains are in plenty.
IHpip lilHlilj J
and refreshment at any time
"King ol ali Bottled Beers."
Sparkling, satisfying, nourishing. It contains
the "true hop flavor" so delightful in beer.
vet so seldom found. The ideal family beer,
' Order from
A. D. I1UESIXG, Rook Ixlaiul, Illinois
mennn "Some Oorman Puppr-rs.' frp .u
Only. Never sold in Balk.
M. Four Per Cent Paid on
Colxatmax Ok Rkal Est at BicnrRiir.
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
K. W. Burst,
J. M. Uutoid,
oMalw Jmknon and Hunt.
FIR5T CLASS PULLMAN SLEEPERS
TRI-CITIES and SAN FRANCISCO
All the Best Scenei
try Ot th KuwKY
RRA NEVADA by
MOUNTAINS and SIER
Daylight la both direction.
DININO CAR SERVICE THROUGH.
BUFFET LIBRARY CARS.
For fall information, reacrvations and Kin
erary "Chicago to California" call on or
address Ticket Atrent. C. R. I. & P. Ry-.
Davenport, Iowa, Rock Island or Moline, 111.