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THE ARGUS, MOKDAY,.JUXE 9, 1902.
THE AEG US.
jMblisbcd Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
fcTcnue, Bock Island, I1L Entered at the
I'oslomce as Second-class matter.)
BY THE J. W. POTTER CO.
TEEMS Dally. 10 cents per week. "Weekly,
1.00 per year In advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political r religious, must
cave real name attached for publication. No
such articles will bo -printed ver fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
nip In Rock Island county.
Monday, June V.
Democratic County Convention.
The democrats of Rock bland county, Illi
nois, are hereby notified that a democratic
county convention will be held at Turner hall,
n the city of Rock Inland, Wednefday, June
II. IvOi. at 1:33 o'clock p m, for the purpose
of electing delegates to the s'.ate, congres
sional and senatorial conventions; to nims a
couDty central committee consisting of one
member from each precinct, nd to nominate
candidates for the offices of county judge
county clerk, sheriff, county treasurer acd
county superintendent of schools, and to
express a preference for minority representa
tive, if the convention so des re. Also to
elect a chairman of the democratic county
Each township, precioct acd ward In the
county of Rock Island shall be ec titled to rep
resentation in said county convention, on the
basis of one delegate or vote for each 25 votes
or major fraction thereof cast for Hryan and
Stevenf on at the last presidential election. In
each township, ward cr precinct. On this
basis thu various towrs'iips, wards and pre
elects of said county shall elect delegates to
said democratic county convention as follows:
No. of Del.
1st ward 9
2nd ward 12
3rd ward 15
4th ward 9
5th ward 10
cUh ward 12
7th ward l'
1st ward 7
2nd ward "
3rd ward 6
4th ward &
6th ward 9
6th ward 14
7th ward ... 4
Black Hawk 4
No of Del.
Coal Valley ...
Edging ton. No.
Kdgington. No 2 2
Hampton, No 1 4
Eampton. No. 2 2
Hampton, No. 3 2
Port Byron 3
So Mollne, No. 1.... (!
So Mollne, No.2.... 3
So. Hock Island 8
The caueusei to elect delegates to said
democratic county convention shall be
be'd In the various lownships, wa-ds or
precincts Saturday, June 7, 1602, at 8 p. m.
The townstip committeemen are hereby di
rected to arrange for the holding of caucuses,
and they are authorized to issue calls there
for, designstic the places where sueh cau
cuses shall be he'd and changing the hour to 3
p. m. if desired.
Meeticgs to choose deegaus shall be held
in each ward of Rock Island Saturday,
June 7tb, at 8 p m. at the usual voting
places, as srrangf d by the committeemen, acd
the procedure shall be as follows: Ba'lots
from residents of the ward who declare their
Intention of voting the democratic ticket
shall oe received between the hours of 6 and
9 p m., each ballot to contain as many names
as the number of delegates to be selected and
those receiving the highest number of votes
thaU be declared chosen. Members of the
county committee (hall set as judges, togeth
er with any others lbtt may be selected by
the caucus. In the absence of committee
men a caucus may provide for the judges.
A list of all persons voting at lhe cau
cus, together with the residence street
address of each, stall be kept by tin judges
and returned to the county convention wl h
the credentials or the delegates.
The voting places b ve been determined
upon as follows:
First Ward -H. K. Altz' barber shop, 403
Fourth aver ue.
second Ward Naab's meat market, 028
Third Ward Turner hall.
Fourth Ward Fries ' jlvery stable. Third
avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth
Fifth Ward Hose bouse, Twenty-seeond
teixih Waid Hose houss. Twenty-sixth
Seventh Waid-3112 Fifth avenue
Meetings to choose delegate! may be held
In each ward of Mollne Saturday, June 7, at
8 p. m. at the places designated by the call of
the chairman of the ccunty committeemen of
Moline or at such other time and date as their
call may direct.
At all caucuses so held there shall be select
ed one member of the democratic county cen
tral committee for each precinct Represen
tation of townships and precincts on the
county central committee la limited to one
member each, and caucuses fal log to elect
same shall not be entitled to representation
on the county central committee.
T. R Lees,
Ch airman Democratic County Central Com
Gko. E. Muki.aj,
For Lclnlatlve Nomination.
At the solicitation of many friends I here
by announce myself a candidate for the
nomination for minority representative
subject to the decision of the democratic
convention and invite the support of those
who deem me worthy. W. R- MOORE.
The undersigned, a lite-long democrat, at
be request of many friends, wishes to an
nounce himself a candidate for minority
representative In the legislature, subject to
the decision of the democratic convention,
and solicits the support of all friends to se
cure said nomination.
G. F. WNABNEY.
I am a candidate for the office of minority
representative, subject to the decision of
the democratic convention, and solicit the
support of all democrats.
T. A. PENDER.
I am a democratic candidate for minority
representative, subject to the coming demo
cratic county and senatorial conventions.
For Connty Treasurer.
The undersigned, a lite long democrat, at
the request of many friends, wishes to an
nounce himself a candidate for county
treasurer, subject to the decision of the
democratic convention, and solicits the sup
port of all friends to secure said nomina
tion JOHN S. CORNS.
After all lrd Kitchener seems to
fare letter than Schley.
The grain markets are having a
hard time trying to follow the weather.
Advance the improved park system
tem. Let lis enjoy it now. Why wait
for the future?
It is a question now with the peo
ple of Creat Britain which is going
to be the most expensive, the coro
nation or the ioer war.
Protected trusts sell their products
abroad at a lower price than they
do at home, lint no tariff? tax is re
duced, and it does not take a, prophet
to see that not one will le unless the
leopIe rouse themselves and make!
a demand that even the trusts con
trolling legislation shall not be
powerful enough to withstand. The
time must come when the tariff wall
shall be battered down.
A call has been issued at Memphis
by a great number of, prominent
democrats for ameeting for the pur
pose of organizing the Hichard Olne.V
Democratic club. A petition to thii
effect has In-en signed by hundreds of
prominent politicians and it is intend
ed to launch a presidential boom for
the ex-secretary of state that will be
felt 'all over the country. Literature
is to be sent broadcast over the
I'nited States advocating the New
Kngland statesman, and everything
will be done to forward the move
ment to make him the democratic
nominee for the presidency in 1D04.
Olney will be invited to Memphis to
.qteak on democratic principles in the
verv near future.
There apears to have been excep
tional reasons of a special and jkt-
sonal nature which brought about
the election of the democratic candi
date. for governor of Oregon. The
republicans carried the legislature
and re-elected both their representa
tives in congress. That a mixed re
sult should have Imth achieved, giving
democrats as well as republicans a
taste of victory in a state in which
the republican majority is about 1.1.-
IMM), will encourage the democracy in
other states. To nominate fit and
popular candidates is a very excel
lent way to secure success. Where
elections are fairly conducted and
the voter is free to exercise his choice
a proper candidacy is a long step to
ward a favorable poll.
Several Things to Be Considered by
There are several things to be con
sidered by this week's democratic
county convention. It is of great im
portance that the convention weigh
well its action with reference to the
indorsement of a suitable candidate
for minority representative. The
office is the only one tluit the party
has within its gift the nomination
for which if properly made carries
an absolute certainty of election, and
it is desirable as it is just therefore
that it be placed in worthy hands,
not only as a token of the party's es
teem and recognition, but with con
sideration of its effect upon the party
and the other candidates that may
be named for the county officers at
the same time. The candidate for
minority member of the legislature
front this district should be a repre
sentative man jMditicnlly as well as
otherwise. He should Ik? such a can
didate as will give strength to the
county ticket and inspire the candi
dates as well as the party and the
public generally with confidence.
Important, too, as it is that the
convention make no mistake in its
expression of choice for member of
the legislature, the over-shadowing
question of the preliminaries should
not be permitted to minimize the
equally important general duties de
volving iiMn the t-on vent ion. The
question of minority . representative
furnishes but a part of what is to be
done, but such a part that it will
have its influence, of course, in what
the convention does otherwise. And
while the convention is putting forth
the best men available for the county
offices, it should so shape its course
in its preference for member of the
legislature that its entire work ta
ken together will receive at once the
commendation of all classes of pec
ple and their support at the polls
The Argus has heretofore spoken
of the exceptional opportunities for
the success of a creditable demo
cratic county ticket in Kock Island
county this year. The party has
but to avoid the errors of the repub
lican convention to make victory at
the polls reasonably sure.
It is up to the county convention to
do the proper work in this respect".-
Cuba Will Need No Foreign Master
William J. Hryan, who was present
at the birth tit the Cuban republic
when the first president was inaug
urated, writing from Havana, where
he was studying the situation, said:
"Cuba is capable of self-government,"
and continued: "It is not n ques
tion open to dispute. Henry:. Clay
declared that (Jod never made a peo
ple incapable of self-government.
Clay. logic is sound. Capacity ' for
government is not a thing to be ac
quired or bestowed; it is inherent in
a people. As individuals differ in
Wisdom, in moral character and in
self-restraint, so nations differ; but
it cannot be said that any nation
fias reached perfection in the
science of government or in the art
of administration: neither can it be
said that any nation is so low- down
in the scale of civilization that it
needs a foreign master.
This doctrine of George Washing
ton', Thomas Jefferson, Henry Clay,
Abraham Lincoln and William J.
Bryan has fallen into disrepute
among those in this country who
have become imbued witrf the spirit
of imperialism. These have ac
cepted the doctrine of the "divine
right" of kings to rule a people
through inheritance, and that "might
makes right" in settling the ques
tion of whether a people shall gov
ern themselves or le governed with
out their consent. Such a doctrine
must be abhorrent to every patriot
who will stop to consider its source
and what it leads to. No American
would submit to a foreign master
whv should any American advocate
forcing any people to submit to
being ruled by a foreign master? As
Henry Clay declared, "Cod never
made a people incapable of self
government," and it is the height of
mpudent assumption on the part of
the imperialists of this country to
assert that they are better capable
of governing the Filipinos than the
Filipinos are of governing them
selves. No foreign master is needed
by any jeople.
Whftelaw Reid's Coronation Togs
The rules for full court dress are
very strict. .-and must be olieyed ab
solutely by those attending the coro
nation ceremonial in Westminister
Abbey, levees, court balls and other
occasions upon which the king is
present. There are no exceptions to
this rule and the members of the
special embassy from the I'nited
States must apiear in full court
dress, which includes knee breeches,
silk stockings, a cocked hat, a sword,
gold lace and gilt buttons with
mounted crowns" on them.
Here is the full dress for those
gentlemen who have no naval, mili
tary or civil uniform: A dark-colored
cloth dress coat, to be worn
unbuttoned. single-breasted. with
standing collar and pointed pocket
rlas, and with gilt convex buttons
with mounted crown; white waist
coat, without collar; but .with sim
ilar buttons of smaller size: breeches
of black cloth, or of cloth of the
same color as the-coat, to be worn
with black or white silk hose, and
shoes with gilt buttons, or black vel
vet knee breeches, with black silk
hose, and shoes with gilt or steel
buttons; a black beaver or silk
cocked hat, with black. silk cockade.
gold lace, loop and button; a sword
and silk shoulder belt, with frog of
the coat color; a white neckcloth.
The only deviation from the above
is when one wishes to wear a black
silk velvet coat, ihis need not have
embroidery, but must be of the same
shae as the coat above described,
and a black silk velvet waistcoat may
be worn with it.
How cunning the representative of
the American republic, by the grace
of President lloosevelt, will look in
his coronation togs, to be Hire.
Virulent C ancer Cored.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by Drug
gist (J. W. Koberts, of Klizabcth, W.
Va. An old man there had long suf
fered with what good doctors pro
nounced incurable cancer. They be
lieved his case hopeless till he used
Klectric Bitters and applied Buck-
Ien's Arnica Salve, which treatment
completely cured him. When Klec
tric BittcTS arc used to expel bilious.
kidney and microbe poisons at the
same time this salve exerts its
matchless healing power, blood dis
eases, skin eruptions, ulcers anil
sores vanish. Bitters 50c. Salve 2oe,
at Hartz & Ullemcyer.
Shake Into Your .'Shops.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or nev shoes feel easy
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 25c Jn
stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y.
Tm Wasting Away.
The following letter 'from Robert
H. Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instruc
tive: "I have been troubled with kid
ney disease for the last five years. I
lost flesh and never felt well and doc
tored with leading physicians and
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure, and less than two bottles com
pletely cured me, aud I am now
sound and well."
Heady to Yield.
"I used De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
for piles and found it a certain cure,"
ways S. II. Meredith, Willow Grove,
Del. Operations unnecessary to cure
piles. They always yield to De Witt's
Witch Havel Salve. Cures skin dis
eases, all kinds of wounds. Accept
no counterfeits. All druggists.
If you have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kid
ney Cure, you will have only yourself
to blame for results, as it positively
cures all forms of kidney and bladder
diseases. All druggists.
Oet What You Ask For!
When you ask for Cascarets Candy
Cathartic be sure you get them.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
always a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
All druggists, ioc.
DAILY SHORT STORY
Edward Corbett came home to din
"Andrews kept inc," he said to his
wife, who met hiui lu the hall.
Corbett pulled a handkerchief from
his overcoat outside pocket and with
It a trolley transfer ticket, which fell
on the floor unnoticed by either Mr.
or Mrs. Corbeit.
"You rode home?" risked the wife.
"No; I walked."
Corbett went up stairs to dress, and
Mrs. Corbett espied the transfer ticket
and picked it up. Surely her husband
must hate dropied It. What would
he be doing with a transfer ticket if
he had walked home, ns he had said?
That was a lame excuse he gave for
being detained. Was he deceiving her?
Looking at the back of the transfer
ticket, she saw some figures In pencil.
At dinner Corbett ate sparingly. His
wife noticed it. She was sure he had
taken his dinner with some one before
coming home and that he had dined
with a rival.
"Did you say you walked home,
dear?" she asked.
Mrs. Corbett made no reply. Tears
came Into her beautiful eyes.
"What In the world is the matter,
my love?" asked the husband.
"You are deceiving me!" she moaned.
"Deceiving you? In what respect?"
"You came home late."
"I explained that."
"You are not eating heartily."
"I lunched rather late today."
"Y'ou said you walkvd home."
"Then what were you dolug with a
"I had no transfer ticket."
"One dropped from your pocket. I
picked it up in the hall. You have
been corresio:iding with some one in
cipher." Mrs. Corbett covered her face
with her pocket handkerchief.
"How ridiculous!" muttered Corbett
impatiently. "What nonsensical accu
THIRD AYENUETHRQUGHTO SECOND
NEW THINGS FOR JUNE
WEDDINGS AND ANNI
VERSARIES. A good variety of fine cot plass
bowls, olive trays, celery trays,
water bottles, etc.
To call attention to these cut plass
pieces, we place on sale 8-inch
Imwlo, heavy, deep cut. first quali
ty, beautifully finished, would be
cheap at $3.00; this
time each. . . .". " O.OKJ
New Rookwood Ware.
We are sole epents for the genuine
Rookwood pottery the most artistio
in America. Every piece from this
famous factory is different uo two
alike; aud every one has the stamp
in the bottom which tells ita worth.
Rookwood has been imitated, but
there is no real Rookwood without
the mark, in the bottom.
We have recently received a fresh
supply of beautiful new Rookwood
art pottery; let us show you.
Famous Art Pottery
Among many well known makes,
our list of genuine pieces comprises
specimens of Pointons', Mintons',
Royal "Worcester, and other English
makes; Sevres, Limoges, Royal Dres
den, Royal Bonn, Teplitz and other
French and German potteries; and
some very exquisite Cloisonne. We
can please those looking for the ex
clusive or genuine in wedding or
There is a certain make of pplint
porch furniture better than any
other. Durable, well put together
and stands the weather. We've
been trying to get enough of it at
one time to talk about, but it goes
out as fast as we get it. Jnst now
we have enough on hand to last, per
haps a week the wood p-irtf" are
brilliant red, olive and natural.
Chairs, wood back, splint
Bent wood rockers, splint 1 "7
seat and back XHr
Large arm chairs, splint 1 " Q
Large arm rockers, splint X C
seat . iJJ
Settees, solid wood O"
frames, splint seat .... J
Large willow rockers with arm,
look like $5 C
Srvowflake Madras Curtains
About 75 pairs of those handsome
library or diningroom curtains in
the Madras ground work with
colored cross stripes colors are
fast and washable Specially pric
ed at, per pair, 8.48, C
2.D8, 1.08 and Ym&tsJ
Erqaisite showing of the bordered
portieres in floral, frou f rou, and
moire patterns, per f Oft.
pair from 29.50 to..., 1fm-SJ
sations: ay do yoai suspfrct me or
communicating with some one in. ci
pher?" Mrs. Corbeit threw the transfer tick
et on the table I fore him and recov
ered her face with her haudkerchief.
"Thirteen, twenty-five, twelve, fif
teen, twenty-two. five," Corbett read
on the back of thevticlret.
"Ethel." he said. "I have no more
knowledge of the'ujeaciiig of this than
"How can you be sa brazen faced?
Any fool could Interpret the cipher.
The numbers stand for the letters of
"The letters of the alphabet:"
"Yes. Thirteen is the thirteenth let
ter, mf twenty-five is the twenty-fifth
letter, y my. Then twelve, fifteen,
twenty-two :iud five spell love my
love." She burst into passionate weep
ing. "By the great horn spoon!" exclaim
ed Corbett. "Was man ever caught in
such an absurd mystery? What ever
put it into your he;id to find out what
thsc. letters stand for?"
"We had such an alphabet when we
"Oft. you did!' I should think it might
do for children, but I should never sus
pect, grown Iople of using it."
Mrs. Corbett. in race of what she
considered inclusive proof, could not
be convinced of her husband's inno
cence. Indeed- she was sure that he
was guilty. It was a dreary dinner,
for despite the husband's best efforts
he could not make his wife talk, and
he could not induce her to cease cry
ing. When they were sitting gloomily
toying with their coffee spoons, there
was a Violent ring at the doorbell. The
servant hastened to the door and ush
ered In Mr. Andrews, who, being in
timate with the Corbetts, came directly
Into the dining-room.
"Pardon my bringing business to
your home, old man." he said to Cor
bett. "but the fact is that matter of
which I was speaking to you this aft
ernoon Is likely to get me into more
trouble than 1 told you of. I have the
papers of an important case locked in
that safe, and if I don't get them out
bv tomorrow morning it mav be con
ANNUAL JUNE SALE OF
large number of sharp specials that should interest
all the women and make this sale the best time to
lay in a liberal supply. The stocks are very large
and prices throughout the-line the lowest we have
ever named for such carefully made and trimmed
50c for Gowns
Muslin, with em
and clnster tncked
yoke i styles.
62c for Gowns
tncked yoke raf
75c for Gowns
Fine muslin or cambric, with em
broidery and tncks, with double
insertion of lace or embroulery,
etc., (ten styles to choose from.)
95c for Gowns
Cambric or muslin square, V or
round neck, with dainty lace or
embroidery trimming, 8 styles.
$1.15 for Gowns
Made in handsome styles of fine
materials look like $1.60 gowns.
The assortment runs by easy stiures up
to t ho most sheer and beautiful styles ot
rowns that hv th workmanship aud Un
ish cquul to imposted garments.
25c for Drawers-
Very special value good muslin,
nnisbi-d with ( in.
ed ruffle 25c. -
50c for Drawers.
Cambric or muslin embroidery or
deep lace edging a dozen styles,
62c for Drawers
Elaborate trimming of lace or em
broidery hemstitched itDd tucked 5
styles at 62c.
O her upecial values at 75c, 85c, 05c
loo dozen children's muslin drawers at
7c, 9c. 12c 10c and 10c. according to size
. Child's Jean waists 12c
Child's muslin iiVrht rowns
J und 4 veH rs ?e
6 and M years 3!c
Child's :iii!in skirts at ull prices up
from 25 cents.
1 8c to 25c Fancy Socks 1 2' c pr
Special purchase of nicifs fancy
socks in odd stylos and sizes to
close them out quick we .
sa.v. r r I'air ' -
$1 corded madras negligee -q
A rare value in men's fiii'" corded
niadras negligee shirr., never
shown nnder 51, here
while they last
One case short lengths extra wide
and hravv 1 IK- American Inrtlro
prints, ail week If it UhIs, yard
Each da? at 10:30. tine drew per- A f
calcs, choice sty lea, per yard.... 2
tempt of court."
"It was very stupid of you to forget
the combination." said Corbett.
"I feared I would, and yesterday aft
ernoon on my way home I made a mem
orandum of it. but lost the memoran
dum." "That was equally stupid of you."
"What's the matter with you two?"
said Andrews. "You are as cross as if
you instead of I had lost the combina
tion of the safe. And you." to Mrs.
Corbett. "seem to be in some great
"Never mind our troubles." said Corbett.-
"You came here about your own.
My advice is to force your safe."
"It would be Loth expensive aud dif
ficult." "Very well; go to the Judge with a
cock and bull story about forgetting
your safe combination aud see if he
doesn't give you a chance to remember
it behind bars."
"I can remember all but the last two
numbers thirteen, twenty-five, twelve,
fifteen. The others I can't recall for
"Twenty-two. five!" shrieked Mr. and
Mrs. Corbett in a breath. "There they
are on a street car transfer!"
"By Jove." cried Andrews "the very
transfer I wrote them on in the car
"You were sitting by me.' .
"Yes, and must have stuffed It into
your pocket instead of mine."
"But they spell iny love!" " exclaimed
"What a noodle I've been! They told
me the figures spelled something when
I bought the safe."
To the guest's astonishment, husband
and wife rushed into each other's arms.
WILLIAM GOCLD PKICHARD.
I lltliy Temple In India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian
temples, but worse yet is a body
that's illutel by constipation. Don't
permit it. Cleanse your system with
Dr. King's New Life l'ills and avoid
untold misery. They give lively liv
ers, active bowels, good digestion,
tine appetite. Only 2.1e, at Jlartz &
L'llenieyer's drug store.
WE'VE put forth spec
ial efforts to make
this June sale of Muslin
Underwear more attract
ive than any previous
one. .We are onenncr a
50c for Skirts
69c for Skirts
tucked deep edging of lace.
75c for Skirts
Embroidery or lace trimmed, sev
eral styles and worth $1.00.
95c for Skirts
Splendid garments of cambric,
with cluster tucks, deep inser
tion and edging of torchon lace,
regular $1.50 values for U5c.
$1.25 for Skirts
Regular $3.00 skirts of cambric,
very deep lawn flounce with edg
ing and three rows of insert ion of
Pointe Paris lace, very special at
We wish to call particular atten
tion to our elegant $2.1)8 skirts
styles and trimming equal to
many $5 garments.
7c for Corset Cover
Well made, 15c val
19c for Corset Cov
ers, made French
style, very full, 30c
25c for Corset Cov
ers, lace and embroidery trimmed,
and hemstitched, 10 styles, 52c.
45c for Corset Covers
Cambric full tucked front and back,
embroidery and lace trimmed
also 6hort covers with draw
50c for Corset Covers
Full French styles, very tine cam
bric, tncked back, lace trim'd 50a
liPH'jtiful creations of sheer cam tirie and
lone cloth Corset ("overs. elatxrtely tnadc
and. trimmed, at 7&c, o"c aud a&c
Ladies' Taney lc openwork hose,
jnst the thing to wear with low
shoes, 60c, "ac, 15c f!
One lot. lw frr.ut and instep, 1'rnr
lisle, 35c valui, r
Men's Goodyear welt, extension
soles, vici Oxfords, here - Qc
all week I.JO
Boys and girls kid-lined patent
leather Oxfords, extension o
soles, sizes op to 2, at ! O
Chicago Dental Company
If vou are in need of dental work
call on us before jjroinjr elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material ami
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee il
to lit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never jsk you more
than our prices' IjcIow.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling.'. . . . 25C
Platinum filling........ fl)C
Silver fillings 50c
Gold fillings, $1 and up 1.V0
(old crowns, 1 to 4.01
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5. Of)
15 set of teeth for W.OO
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
ou can be cured of any form of tobacco usjni;
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new lift- i:nrl -mr.r h. -w-n .
that makes weak, men strong. M:niv yn
teu pounds in ten davs. Over SOO'OUO
cured. All dniRjristx. Cure Ruarameoii Kik
let and advice I-'REH. Address .STlRLlv;i
REMEDY CO, Chicago or Kew YorkT 437
THIRD AYENUETK ROUGH TO SECOND
To call sharp attention to our large
stock of high class summer milli
nery, we will sell this week begin
ning Monday a. ni. thoso well
known and fashionable Sumatra
hats, velvet bound, at T'.lc. The
price elsewhere is 1.50 to 2.00.
lvemembcr our 7Ci
For this week's selling we have ar
ranged a table full of ladies' trim
med and ready-to-wear hats all at
the one price, l.fi! reduced from
3.00, 3.50 and 3.75, now 1 iC
aU at LmJZ
We quote for this week very low
prices on one hundred of our line
trimmed hats, a very special op
portunity for ladies who desire ex
clusive styles at moderate prices.
Right now when you want rib
bons we make the following sensa
15c to 22c satin ribbons, all f
colors up to 2 in. wide, yd. IvC
25c to 30e satin ribbons np 1 C
to 3 inches in width i. J C
38c to 50c ribbons up to 5 -
inches in width, per yd. iyC
The big corset department will close
out this week two styles of the
celebrated American Lady corsets,
always 51, but to close
these out quick we say JKJK
Colors white, drab and black.
Not all sizes in each color but a good
assortment of all colors Dollars for
50c A half does for a dollar.
LADIES KNIT UNDER
Kicblieu ribbed vests in ecrn, value
22c fine white ribbed vests, f.EZ-
neatly trimmed UC
3Sc fine, white lisle thread vest, silk
tape and fancy lace C
Two specials which wo quote this
week illustrates what Mr. Martin is
doiDg in the best linen department
in western Illinois.
50 dozen grrat big full bleached huck
towels now JOo, ought to le 13c,
while the lot lasts,
only :. IUC
All pure linen silver bleached dam
ask, hemstitched taijle cloths, 2
yards Ion, ouiy 1 60, C f
( A limit of two to one buyer. )
SALE OF SCREENS
At greatly reduced prices.
3 pnnel solid oak Q C
Fancy top oak y C
All screens worth up to Q
2.50 now X0
Filled screens at a reduction of 25 per
cent from marked prices.
Lot, of Easels worth up C
to 75c, choice for jmJC