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THE ARGrTJS, TUESDAY, JUXE 3, 1902.
(Jene rally fair tonight and
Wednesday; slightly cooler
J. M. SHERIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 07;
at 3:30 p. pa., 78.
Bicycles at Wilchf r's.
Clear Havana, E. T. D.
Pur insurance, E. J, Burns.
15 uy a home of lieidy Bros.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Strawberries lv the case at Hess
$5,000 to loan on real estate. Iteidr
Bead Young : McCombs secial n
For real estate and insurance, E.
Dr. David R. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
Strawberries by the case for can
ning at Hess liros.
If you want your property sold list
it with Keidy Bros.
Dr. II. y. Wilson, physician and sur
geon, 1127 Third avenue.
Try the new firm for your grocer
ies. Clement Sr Deidrich's.
It will pay you to read Young &
AlcCouibs special on page 7.
Special prices on photos to gradu
ates at Smith's studio opposite the
Mrs. K. M. Staley. vocal studio.
Tot ten's music house. Call Tuesday
ami Friday evenings.
Victor A. Bergland, osteopath, Illi
nois theatre building. Consultation
and examination free.
C. Williams complained thr.t a dog
belonging at t-'liO'j Fourth avenue had
attacked his small son.
Callon apples cents per gallon,
at Clement & Deidrich's. the new gro
cers. Twentieth street.
f00 pairs of men's shoes at a big
reduction at the (Jreater New York
loan bank. Twentieth street.
Tomatoes $1.45 per dozen cans, new
goods at the new firm. Clement v
Diedrich's. V2Ct Twentieth street.
Miss Agnes Schaffer, a convalescent
from the effects of an operation, was
taken home to i:M)S Kighth iiverlue.
Trinity guild will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 1 at. the residence of
Mrs. De Santo on Twenty-third street.
There is a rumor abroad that a lo
cal public official is soon to become
the center of events of a rather sen
nwi Island corn. 2 canfJJ 1 Vf f
or cents per dozen at Clement &
Deidrich's. the new grocers. '.'.-Ct
Twentieth street, "l'hone
Judge Adams has reaointed as
members of the board of review for
the year l'eter Sehleinnier, of this
city, and Simon Hirsch, of Moline.
A special meeting of the Indies
Aid society of the First Methodist
church is to le held at the church
parlors at .1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. (io to Brookman's for fine gradua
tion presents. rings. brooches,
watches, etc. All goods engraved
free. It will pay you to see this
Ktock of goods.
The Associated Charities meets this
evening at. the quarters -on Eighteenth
street to elect officers and close the
business of the season. A full attend
ance is urged.
J. A. Andrews and J. K. Blish. both
of Kewanee. are rival candidates for.
the democratic minority representa
tive nomination. They are waging a
The ice cream sociable which was
to be given by Mayflower camp No.
101, B. X. A., has been indefinitely
postponed on account of the death of
Mrs. D. .1. Shean.
firaduates, see our new panel photo
for full figures. Just the thing to
show the pretty white dress. Only
$2.50 jer dozen at Smith's studio op
posite the Harper house.
Bert Wennerstrom, who was struck
by the Koek Island fast mail train at
the Forty-second street- crossing in
this city last week, was able to leave
the hospital today to Ije cared for at
The gospel boat, Megiddo, which
has been stopping at the towns be
low here for the purpose of conduct
ing revival services, passed up by this
citv this morning without landing
either here or at Davenport. It is
supposed u stop will be made at Clin
C. B. Ward, who was injured, in a
fall from his bicycle on Thirtieth
street la-st week, was removed from
St. Anthony's hospital to his home
5ia Thirtieth street, in the ambulance
The abandonment cane against Cas
per Merk. brought by his wife, Ame
lia Merk, was dismissed by Justice
Sehriver 'yesterday afternoon,, the
husband agreeing to provide for the
care of the children of the' couple.
Hock Island coniniandery No. 18,
Knights Templar, has issued invita
tions to an "at home" to be- held at
Black Hawk inn Thursday evening,
June 12. Special cars will leave Ala
sonic temple for the Tower at 7:30
Filter & Co.. the Twentieth street
tailors, reported last evening that
two pieces of cloth had leen stolen
frcm their place of business between
3:T:0 and 5 :."!() yesterday afternoon. A
description of a suspected party wmb
furnished the police.
The Argus is in receipt of a copy of
the Oktaba Post published at Oktaba
in the Creek Nation. Indian Terri
tory. This is one of the localities in
the southwest that is holding the
tttentioti of far seeing business men
1'he l'ost tells of the good things of its
vicinity in a way that should be a
preciated by the people of that sec'
Early t his morninj; a well known
citizen looking out of his window dis
covered an unwonted object on his
front porch. It appeared to Ik; a man,
and the proprietor called to know
what he was doing there. o reply
leing forthcoming, the citizen secured
his revolver and lired into the air to
emphasize his demands. Still the in
truder heeded not. then the owner
of the premises sought the telephone
and called the patrol wagon. When
the latter arrived it was found that
the stranger was an acquaintance loth
of the citizen and of the othcers, and
that he was merely a trille under the
'I he meteorological summary of Ob
server .1. M. Sherier shows the mean
atmospheric pressure for May to
have been 29.'J.". the highest being
;o.2' on theiMh, and the lowest 2U.50
on the lsth. The mean temperature
was 05, the highest. !0 on the 20th,
and the lowest -40 on the loth. The
total precipitation was 4.57 inches.
showing an excess of 0.24 inches
when compared with the average for
the month 4.'.'. inches for the past
51 years. There were 14 clear days.
0 partly cloudy and 11 cloudy flays.
fhere were thunderstorms on the 1st,
2d. 4th. 12th. 13th. 17th, JStti. 20th,
1st, 2.;d anil .-.1st.
II. T. Siemon, the tin work and fur
nace contractor, is now located in his
new building at 452C-152S Fourth ave-
mu."- The building is especially adapt
ed for that line of work and made
necessary by the demands of a fast
increasing business. Mr. Siemon has
been engaged in this business for il
numlter of years and that he- thor
oughly understands it is evidenced by
the fact that he had to seek larger
quarters to accommodate his trade.
In addition to the "Front Bank" fur
nace, which has given complete sat
isfaction wherever it has been install
ed, he has accepted the agency for
the ."(lilt Edge," a well known high-
grade furnace, and also for the Ma
jestic steel range, which needs no in
troduction here, its qualities Wing
Kipllntc on Paraxrapbloar.
Mr. Budyard Kipling is said to have
a caustic tonjrue as well as pen. and
The Week End puts on record a snub
which he administered not so long ago
to one of the younger of London's dal
lies. The editor had arranged with
the poet of the cuss word and the
swear lor a series or war sketches.
and in due time proofs were sent to the
iiithor. Now, one of the editorial
standing orders of the paicr in ques
tion Is, "Paragraph all matter freely,"
which, translated freely, means 'make
as many paragraphs as possible even If
sense or appropriateness has to be dis
regarded. In accordance with this In
struction the fair symmetry of Kip
ling's paragraphs was so ruthlessly
broken up" ns to draw from him
when returning the proof slips this
caustic comment: "I congratulate j'ou
on the paragraphing of these slips. It
Is worthy of a nursegirl's uovelette.
under GERMAN LAWS,
to Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc. U
lift. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
NongfO uigewtt houtT rsdsji art rhor- j
One well-known person letieromoi imut;
Brooklyn. (U-WVJry US.
I hv found your ANCHOR
PAIN EXPELLER to baa most
valuable ramedy for Rhu
mat ism. Colds and various
h I Vnur vary trulv
3 , 5r&miriowair9n
ft V I 1 ' WW WAatat f ItV
Bat Vv I ' ' " " T
25c and SOc at all druggist or tnrougn
r. Ad. RlekUrACo., Sit Pearl St., Hew lock j
35 HIGHEST AWARDS.,
V Krcommenlea oy prvmtnmi rn
Ijrwiuuu. AIM uf4Ta.de.
t'e For Old XrKallvri.
'Old negatives have become quite a
source oyinc-oiue in this iiusiness. saui
u photouf apher. "It used to be that we
didn't know how to Kct rid of them, but
now I can sell .them by the hundred
to amateur florists for glazing pur-:o-i's,
and I have one man. n maker of
photograph frames, who buys theui to
use In his business. The plates are
very serviceable to 1)1 in. ns they are
clear aud free from flaws, only the best
glass bciiig used in their manufacture.
This man clears the tilm from the
plates and fits them to his frames. Peo
ple who dabble in horticulture And the
mgr.tives of convenient fcize for. glaz
ing cold rrnuie.4 and small hothouses
n!;d can buy them much cheaper than
they could buy glass In the regular
way. I get a dollar a hundred for good
sized negatives." Philadelphia Record.
Ten lr In Rl.
II. A. flray, .1. P.. Oakville. Jnd..
writes: "For 10 years I was confined
to my bed with disease of iny kid
neys. It was s severe that I could
not move part of the time. I con
sulted the very best medical skill
available, but could get no relief un
til Foley's Kidne3 Cure was recom
mended to me. It has been a god
send to me. All druggists.
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A Woman Said:
"Mi' feet areItlie bane of
my life. I Avear my shoes
out trying to break them
iu, and they in turn wear
me out." If this' should
cateh the eye of this wo
man or any other similarly
afilicted, we aive them a
cordial invitation to this
"We've ot relief for them
in our new spring line of
WOMEN'S KID OXFORDS
they're swell Goodyear
welted, and that insures sole comfort.
They're made on all the latest lasts and in the
newest styles of toos
$2.00 and $2.r,0.
and extension edge. Price,
Foot Fitters. 5 5 307 Twentieth Street
YOU MUSTTIE YOUR BABY
TO THE TABLE LEG 0-i HJ
to keep it out of mischief, if you musty
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 cool- 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
yourself and your kitchen cool and drive
iat drudgery from your Lome and
setter do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
DO YOU KNOW
That you can get anything you
want in the line of vegetables
and fruits by calling up W3l?
A full and complete liue always
on display. Here is the list for
Celery. oyster 1'lant.
Parslev. Head Lettuce.
Leaf Lettuce. Turnips. Peas,
AsparairiiN. Kgir 1'lant.
Cauliflower. Wax Means,
Carrots. New Heels,
O ran ires.
California Cherries Cherries
Poultry and Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Spring Chickens dressed to ord er.
1C20 Second Ave. Thone 1031,
Talk of the"
Bring your head and let us fit vou
IIAItrER HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes,, we make Shirts.
those in our em dor, therefore S
we never nave 10 niakf ey.ortfes
for had work. When the linen
leaves our hands it is, t-leaned
)roprly. finished perfectly and
deliveretl promptly.. If TOii still
clinjr to out-of-dato methods, re
form and try the'
Laundry 5 5
Cor.'Twelflli Street and S
Blft la Avenue. Phonn 12a. 5
&&i&ifc&L&!Lfcifa&Li&HLJ!hL2ifJ& !' ' K 'tiit. t L vi si, ijk
mm w r
,50 to S6o50
A banner line of Derby, Ribbed and Balbriggan under
wear, 50c values for
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
New fashioned crashes, homespuns and flannels, the
swellest things for this season made in coat and pant
$5o00 $7.50 $10.00 to $15.00
Flannel Troosers at $2.95
Some splendid attractions in our undewear department,