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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
Generally fair tonight and
Wednesday; only slight
rhange.s in temperature.
J. M. SHEKIKR,
TemperatureAt 7 a. m.
at 3:30 p. m., 02.
Clear Havana, E. T. D.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Jleidy Eros.
. Bicycles repaired at Wilcher's. .
llomes for sale. A. Rush & -Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Young1 & Mct'onils' siee4al on page
$5,000 to loan on real estate. Keidy
Milwaukee excursion Saturda3",
For real estate and insurance, E.
Milwaukee and return June 7th,
June is the date of the excursion
Dr. David li. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
If you want your property sold list
it with Keidy Bros.
Wild-flower parties at the Watch
Tower are all the rage.
Head Young ; MeL'oinhs special on
page 0. It will pay you.
Make arrangements to attend the
Milwaukee excursion June 7.
The Associated Charities will hold
a post polled meeting next Monday
Yon will lie satisfied if you buy
your shoes of Adams. Try him once
Call and see our special line of trim
med hats for Dee-oral ion day at Mrs.
If you are tired of buying cheap, ill
fitting shoes, try Adams, as lie carries
Hie reliable footwear.
Trinity guild meets with II. F. BoII
man. Wii Forty-second street tomor
row afternoon at 3 oVlork.
(ients' gold filled hunting case, with
Elgin or Waltham stem wind work?,
our price $0.75. l'rookmau.
Ladies gold tilled hunting case,
guaranteed 20 years with Elgin work's.
Our price $11.2.. Brookman.
J.eave your orders for berries at
Kiischmann's. A fresh supply of tiie
choicest in the market daily.
If you are looking for some real
bargains read Young & McConibs
secial for tomorrow m page C.
Have you been out at the Watch
Tower this spring? .The woods are
rich with ferns and wilib-flowers...
Comus club will give its fourth
annual excursion to Milwaukee June
7th. Fare only $2.50 for round trip.
Dont' fail to read it for it contains
much of interest to you. Young &
McConibs special for Wednesday on
A tine. line of men's oxfords in pat
ent leathers at Adams' for $2.45, $.',
$:!.50 a pair. Nothing- equals them
for the price.
Mothers who are particular about
the fitting qualities af their little
one's shoes should try Adams, A
specialty with him.
A little beauty, ladies gun metal
case, with fine Swiss movement, stem
wind, with chatelain to niath, worth
$8, our price $.75. I'rookman.
You will have an opportunity to
again visit Milwaukee, the popular
excursion point, by going on the Co
mus club's excursion June 7th.
Henry T. Siemou is now located in
his new building at. 1526 Fourth ave
nue, which he recently built to ac
commodate his increasing business.
The new shirt waist called the
"Rough Kider Jerkin," is certainly a
wonder. Call and see them at Lam
bert's Toggery shop, 1724 Secoud ave
nue. Do yon know that the Black Hawk
inn at the Watch Tower is open for
the season? Come out owl bring
3-our family and friends for a pleas
Mrs. It. F. Hall entertained in honor
of Mrs. S. II. Yan Sant, wife of (Jov.
Van Sant, yesterday from 4 till 6. The
hostess was assisted by Miss tJraoe
Hall and Miss Belle Heche, of Du
buque. Music was furnished by
Bleuer's orchestra. The house was
lieautifully decorated with smilax,
Toses, carnations, palms and ferns.
There were 100 guests. Mrs. Van
Sant. left last evening for her home in
Last evening meeting of the li
brary board was devoted to the dis
position of details of contracts in
connection with the new building.
Ellen Eldred, who visits saloons af
ter the fashion of Carrie Nation, ex
cept that she does not wield the torn-
ahawk is calling on the suds disjiens-
ers of Bock Island.
Mrs. H. B. C'arienter, who resides
near Edging-ton, was injured in n run
away accident Sunday while-accom
panying her family in a drive to I!ey-
nolds. The team became frightened
and ran, overturning the vehicle-to
which they were attached. Mrs. Car
penter was the only one hnrt and she
sustained the fracture of. two ribs
and an injury to her left foot.
Owing to the lack of sufficient
floor space and in order to accommo
date the needs of a fast increasing
business, John Spilger, the. furniture
dealer, has decided to vacate his pres
ent quarters at 1702-1704 Third ave
nue, and remove to a building more
suited to to his requirements. In
order to avoid the trouble' and ex-
ense of moving his large stock he
has inaugurated a removal sale,
greatly reducing the price on every
thing in the store, thereby lienetittlng
the purchaser. If you are in need of
anj-thing in the furniture line it will
be to vonr interest to inspect this
under GERMAN LiWS,
U Excellent for
PAINS in chest:
Sides, Joints, Rheumatism, etc
CSt. RICHTEk'S Wor!d-Renownc4
One well-known person's letter out of miny
stew Vrtrftc .
Knowing that Dr. RichterJ
tun. r0r'tsmc4 f Ha merited
sicians and also other peon
nia rrr nrrrw. nHvriuiiv
23c. and 50c at ail drrzlst or throazn
F. 14. KIchUr Cot, 1S Pearl 8t, Haw lark
Recommended by prominent Jky
Game 5 5 5
Park 5 5 5
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
lktnorr Wright, Change.
L.ine 8 a m. 24 hours
t"t . Ftrt Fttt
St. Paul 14 '7 S 0.0
Ked Wing 14 5.5 -KI.8
KeetU Landing Vi 4 0.0
LaCroiwe 12 7.2 0.1
Prairie du Chien 1 10 2 -0 4
Dubuque 15 11.0 ' -41.3
Ia: Claire 10 8.0 0 0
Davenport 15 10.4 0.0
Des Moines Kapids 5.4 0.3
Keokuk 15 v. to.8
St. Louis 30 14.3 0H
Omaha 18 .- 0.1
Kaasas City 21 13.7 -0.4
The boats down were theLi.zie
tJardner, Frank, IJ. D. Kendafnnd the
The Winona made her regular trip.
The stage of water at 6 a. m. was
10.4 j and stationary. The temjiera
ture at noon was G'J.
Travel on the liock Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot,
south, 1.2:59; north, 1.210; teams,
south, 7'Jfl; north, ?!; street, cars,
south, llo; north, 117.
('apt. John Streckfus may decide to
keep the packet J. S. entirely out of
the regular trade lietween here and
Clinton this year and use her only as.
an excursion boat running from differ
ent cities on. the upper river. The
boat is rather too large to travel over
the rapids twice a day at low stages
of water and the business between
the tri-cities and up river towns is
being1 very well taken care of by the
City of Winona, and the captain fig
ures that the ,1. K. will make him
more money in the excursion busi
ness, for which she is especially fit
ted, than on the regular run to Clin
ton opposite the City of Winona.
JAMES J. HILL PASSES
THROUGH ROCK ISLAND
Tames J. Hill, president of the
Xorthern Securities company, which
controls the Burlington system and
other roads, passed through Bock Is
land at 3:4. yesterday afternoon in a
special i train f five cars. Accompanying-
Mr. Hill were Darius Miller,
traffic manager; F. C. Hice, superin
tendent of Illinois' lines, and others.
The train stopped here for orders,
but none of the passengers aliglited.
The officials were returning from St.
Iouis and went north on the Iowa
side of the river.
' Licensed to Wed.
Henry 11. Thomas Bock Island
Miss Estella Hates Rock Island
Theodore Pickron Kock Island
Miss Louisa Huebling LeClaire
Abraham Winstein Kewnnee
Miss Esther Myers s.Bock Island
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar. Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off . worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their, victims. For sale by all
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Buy , their Footwear at this store.
We cater to them especially.
They are the people who appreciate
Shoe Perfection, and right here is the
place for them to come.
Our prices fit the pocket-book as well as Our Shoes Fit
Ask to see our line of Shoes at. $3. They are the best
that we have ever shown. . . .T.
Foot Fitters. 3 5 307 Twentieth Street
YOU TtlUSTTIE YOUR BABY
TO THE TABLE LEG q!
to keep it out of mischief, if you must
in the kitchen all day sweltering over a
red-hot Coal stove. You need not do either
if you own a "Quick Meal" Stove. The
"Quick Meal" takes care of itself. The
"Quick Meal" will cook the dinner in
the time it takes a coal fire to start, and
it will do it without soot, smoke, dirt or
ashes but quicker, better and cleaner
and with less expense than the old
fashioned red-hot coal stove. Keep
vourself and your kitchen cool and drive
at drudgery from your home and
Setter do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
We Carry a. Complete
Line of RaJston's
Foods as Follows
COOKS IN S MINUTES.
Brain Bread Flour
1620 Second Ave. Fhone 1031,
Are trie -Talk
Brinj; your head and let us fi t you
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
Is not one of the failin; of
those in our employ, therefore
wo never have to make excuses
for bad work. When the linen
leaves our hands it is cleaned
properly, finished perfectly and
delivered promptly. If you still
cling to out-of-date methods, re
form and try the
Laundry ? ?
Tor. Twelfth Street and
Blftn Avenue. Phonal 23k
In weather like this you want everything to count for
coolness. In order to have comfort the fit of your sum
mer garments must be right as well as the right fabric.
There'll be "no fussin," "no cussin," if you buy your sum
mer wear here. We are showing our usual line of serges at
50 to S5o5
New fashioned crashes, homespuns and flannels, the
swellest things for this season made in coat and pant
$5.00 $7.50 $10.00 to $15.00
Flannel Trousers ait S2.95
Some splendid attractions in our undewear department,
A banner line of Derby, Ribbed and Balbriggan under
wear, 50c values for