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THE ARGrTJS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1902.
Threatening weather to
night and Sunday, with
probable showers; warmer
J. il. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 6-1;
at 8:30 p. m., 73.
Clear Havana, E. T. D.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Bicycles repaired at Wilcher's.
$2.50 to Milwaukee and return.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
$5,000 to loan on real estate. Iieidy
Milwaukee excursion Saturday,
For real estate and insurance, E.
Spring- chickens dressed to order at
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros.
Shirt waists. Young & MeCombs
Kmig's suits have a reputation for
fit and style.
Hammocks from 50 cents at Young"
Money saved by attending Spilger's
Wall pajHT cleaner 10 cents at
Young & MeCombs.
. Mrs. C. V. egus entertained yes
Aliimnium pin trays 5 cents at
Young v MeCombs.
Dr. David K. Ifawes, dentist, Illinois
Jo to Clemann A Salmann's "for a
Bock Island buggy.
If you want your property sold list
it with Beidy Bros.
Plenty of fancy strawberries at
lles-s Bros, this evening.
Musk melons, the first of the sea
ton, at Hess Bros, this evening.
Fine o:ik china closets $10 at II. V.
Cordcs". Davenport. Iowa.
Lades solid oak writing desks for
$X50 at II. 1. Cordes. Davenport, la.
Don't fortret Sjiilgcr's removal sale.
Big reductions in every department.
A carnation free with every shine
at the new Panitorium club tomor
row. Solid golden oak. fine jwdish finish,
buffet $ at H. F. Cordes, Davenport,
Spilger's removal sale is now in full
blast. It will be to your interest to
It will pay you to attend Spilger's
removal sale. . Bargains in every de
partment. The supreme officers of the Fra
"ternal Tribunes opened their monthly
Attend the great sale at II. F.
Ci'.rdes. 21ti-'ls West Third street,
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Colin. 2.". Sixth
avenue, are the proud parents of a
Victor A. Bergland, osteopath, Illi
nois theatre building. Consultation
and examination free.
tlo-carts $1 below the regular price
at II. F. Cordes. 2HV21S West Third
street, Davenport. Iowa.
Don't fail to attend the great sale
at II. F. Cordes. 16-2 IS West Third
street, Davenport, Iowa.
A splendid opportunity to visit rel
atives and friends at. Milwaukee by
going on the excursion .lune 7.
A supper is to be given for the ben--t
of St. Joseph's church at Turner
hall from Z-.'SO to 7: .10 this evening.
Emig can make you a suit that will
please you in every, part ieula r, class
of goods, fit. workmanship and style.
Solid oak extension tables $t at the
great sale at II. F. Conies', 210-21
West Third street, Davenport, Iowa.
Fine oak combination book cases at
this sale ?s..v. at II. F. Cordes. 210
21S West Third street, Davenrt, la.
Mrs. M. E. Lodge, 207 Sixth avenue,
was removed to St. Anthony's hospit
al in, the city ambulance this morn
ing. KememlHT that you can save money
1y attending Spilger's removal sale.
Everything in the store reduced in
About fifteen members of the Nar
cissus club and their ladies went to
?r cadcrEK3IAN JLAWS,
U the Best there is for
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout:
OR. RICHTEK S World-Renowned
PAIN EXPELLER. I
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Otic well-known pgrson'w letter oiit of many
New York. Oct. 2M I897.J
PAIN EXPELLER Is good
for Local applicationsin
Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
25c od 50c at ail druffgisM or througti
l P.Ad.BIeliter ACoSlS Pearl 8 1, Raw TC ark J
36 HIGHEST AWARDS.,
Krcommenrted by prominent rny-
lf.'- NDrwqjTMa, MvMtert,eta0 -g
Woodward's grove yesterday for an
The ISIakrslee studio has on exhibi
tion some fine photographs of Gov
Yates, taken during his last visit to
Milwaukee excursion will be made
up of two special trains, thus assur
ing ample room and good accommoda
tions for all.
If you are afflicted with some dis
ease of long standing try osteopathy.
Victor A. iSerglaTid, osteopath, Illinois
Fully 10 hours in Milwaukee will be
the time excursionists can spend in
that beautiful city by going on the
excursion June 7.
See those two-burner gasoline
stoves at $2.75, regular $4 stove at
the Drake Furniture & Carpet com
pany, Davenport, Iowa.
See those 4j and 50 cent all .wool
cariK-ts at our dune sale. Drake Fur
niture & Carriet company, Drady
street, Davenport, Iowa.
A party composed for the most
part of the employes of the Koek Is
land Shoe company held a picnic yes
terday ou Credit island.
Milwaukee with its many beautiful
parks, boulevard and the great lake
makes it a delightful place for excur
sionists to spend the day.
I expect a carload of sideboards,
chifToners and chamber suites in a
few days. II. F. Cordes, 216-21S West
Third street, Davenport, Iowa.
John Van Dlair was removed fiom
21C Sixth street t St. Anthony's hos
pital in the ambulance today to Ik;
ojterated on for appendicitis
Wonderful bargains in our crockery
department during our June sale.
Drake Furniture & Carpet company,
I'.rady street, Davenport, Iowa.
Window shades from 10 to. 50 cents.
all mounted on best spring rollers at
our June sale. Drake Furniture &
CarjK't company, Davenport, Iowa.
John Gordon and Miss Martha
West gate, both of Camanche, Iowa,
were united in marriage at the court
house this morning by Judge Adams.
Drussels carjM'ts go at this sale for
40, 00 and fi5 cents per yard, former
price 50. 75 and so cents jht yard. H.
F. Cordes' great sale, Davenport, la.
Kefrigerators, biggest and best line.
in the tri-cities, from $3.50 to $75 at
the Drake Furniture fc Carjiet com
pany, Brady street, Davenport, Iowa.
K. K. Cable has ln-en elected a di
rector of the Koek Island Savings
bank, to fill the vacancy left by the
departure from the city of II. S. Ca
Hert Wennerstroni. who was struck
bv the fast mail traiu on the Koek
Island road yesterday morning, con
tinues to Improve at St. Anthony's
Hammocks, hammocks, hammocks.
from DD cents to $'.."o, any kind you
want at the Drake Furniture & Car
pet comjrany, Drady street, Daven
Dig June sale in furniture, earHts,
rugs and curtains, hot bargains in
every department during June at the
Drake Furniture & Carpet company,
Joseph Shaffer and Mrs. Gertrude
McXally, both of Chicago, were unit
ed in marriage this afternoon at the
parsonage of the First- Methodist
church, Ucv. K. I!. Williams officiat
Peter Fries, who was recently in
such a serious condition as the result
f a stroke of paralysis, continues to
hold' his own, if anything gaining a
little from day to day. He is able to
be up rart of the time.
Harry I'asre, assistant superintend
nt at the Tri-City Dot I led Milk A
Iluttcr company, got the second fin
ger of his left hand crushed in the
ice-cutting machine yesterday afternoon.
Von will lose no time from your
work by going tin the Milwaukee ex
cursion June 7, the excursion leaving
Saturday evening and returning early
Monday morning. Take advantage of
the opportunity offered by this arrangement.
A coach dog belonging to Ix-e Kob-
inson that was stolen last week has
been traced by Chief Darnell to Ke
vvanee. A message has been received
from the chief of police of that place
stating that the animal is in the
hands of a colored man of that place.
The Koek Island Independent base
ball team is scheduled for a game of
ball at the Twelfth street- park to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, their
jpponents being the East Ends, of
King Hanna was arrested last night
by Officer Moody for an alleged at
tempt to pick the pocket of a man in
a crowd at Huber's garden. He will
be given a hearing before Magistrate
lohnson this evening.
The Associated Charities holds its
last meeting of the season next Tues
day evening at the society's head
quarters tin Eighteenth street. The
meeting, which will be called at 7:.'J0
sharp, will be an important one, of
ficers to be elected for the year, etc.,
and a full attendance is urged.
J. 1. Sexton has sol i his residence
at K06 Third avenue to Stipt. Gassling,
of the Fremont Dutter Tub company.
the consideration being $4,700. The
residence if E. II. Guyer in Edge wood
park has leen purchased by W. . T.
Clark for a consideration of $3,200.
Reidy Brothers made the deal in each
C. S. JVaslee, who went to Sterling
and submitted to the busihes men of
that place a proposition "for the re
moval of the Koek Island Shoe com
pany, of which he is superintendent,
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Speaking of Summer liave
you seen tlie new sliapes
tliat we are sliowing for
tlie up-to-date fjiirl wlio
wants style and snap in
We liave boots and ox
fords witli close edges and
extension edges. Tliey liave-
that something Avhich draws the eye, and they
are the best that ever bore the name of Dolly
liros. They are priced right also-$2 to $1.
Foot Fitters. 5 5 307 Twentieth Street
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YOU MUST TIE YOUR BABY
TO THE TABLE LEG Q-fjJf
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, sinoke, dirt or
ashes but quicker, better and cleaner
and with less expense than the old
fashioned red-hot coal stove. Keep
yourself and your kitchen cool and .drive
-Siat drudgery from your home and
setter do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
DO YOU KNOW.
That you can get anything jou
want In the line of vegetables
and frnita ly calling up 1H?
A full and complete line always
on diilay. Here U the list for
Celery. Oyxter Plant.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Sou p Bunches. Watercress.
Leaf Lettuce.Turnips. Peas,
Asparagus. Kgir Plant,
Cauliflower. Wax Deans,
Carrots, New Beets,
California Cherries - Cherries
Poultry and Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Spring Chickens dressed to ord er.
1620 Second Ave. Thone 1031,
has returned to this citv. lie refuses
ti discuss llic result of his trip, but
intimates that further results may
le looked for.
Ladies of the V. II. V. No. ",".. of this
citv, will this eveninsr frive a recep
tion at Memorial hall in honor of
Mrs. Slia .1. lleinenway, who was
elected at the encampment last week
to the oiTicc of state senior vice pres
ident. Imitations have been extend
ed to the members of John Buford
post, G. A. It.
RELIEF CORPS GRATEFUL FOR
AID DURING ENCAMPMENT
At a meeting of the Woman's IJe-
lief Corps No. ff, held May the fol
lowiiiff resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, The. llMh annual convention
of the Woman's Kelief Corps of the
depart ment of Illinois, held in this
citv May 10-", was one of the most
successful ever held in our state;
iiki, whereas, the success of said
convention was larpely due to cour
tesies extended to members of said
order bv citizens of Koek Island;
Uesolved, That the Woman's. Uelicf
Corps does hereby extend its thanks
anil appreciation to all who so kindly
and willingly assisted; and be it
Itesolwd, That the corps extend to
Frank Young- grateful appreciation
for his many favors and help in our
decorations; also to the trustees of
the. First Methodist church, Charles
McIIutfh. W. M. Keck, and to the Koek
Island Club for use of the clubhouse.
Traveling Is IHinKentna.
Constant motion jars the kidneys,
which are kept in place in the body
y delicate attachments. This is the
reason mat travelers, trainmen,
street car men, teamsters and all
who drive very much suffer from kid
ney disease in some form. Foley's
Kidney Cure strengthen the kidneys
and cures all forms of kidney and
bladder disease. George H. Hansen,
locomotive engineer, Lima, Ohio,
writes: "Constant vibration of the en
gine caused me a great deal of trou-
le with my kidneys, and I got no re
lief until I used Foley's Kidney
Cure." For sale bv all druggists.
A lesson In Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impuri
ties from the blood, and unless they
do this good health is impossible.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kid
neys, and will positively cure all
forms of kidnev and bladder disease.
It strengthens the. whole system. For
sale by all druggists.
All the news all the time The
Daily Argus. -
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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 f ussin," "no cussin," if you buy your sum
mer wear here. We are showing our visual line of serges at
Flamme! Trousers at $2.95
Some splendid attractions in our undewear department,
A banner line of Derby, Ribbed and Balbriggan under
wear, 50c values for
New fashioned crashes, homespuns and flannels, the
swellest things for this season made in coat and pant
00 $7.50 $10.00 to $115.00
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