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THE AUGUS, JUNE 9, 1902.
Generally fair and wartnr
tonight and Tuesday.
J. M. SHEllIEli,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 02;
at 3:30 p. m., 7:J.
Clear Havana, K. T. D.
For insurance, E. J. Ilurns.
Buy a home of Keidy Itros.
(jasoline stoves at YYilcher's.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
$5,000 to loan on real estate. Eeidy
For real estate and insurance, E.
7. Burns. .
Dr. David II. llawcs, dentist, Illinois
theatre building'. '
If you want your property sold list
it with Ilcidy Bros. v
Dr. II. I). Wilson, physician and sur
penn, 1127 Third avenue.
Dollars for fifty cents this .week at
MeCabe's corset department.
SMeial price on oxfords and low
shoes this week at MeCabe's.
Ladies' fine ojK-n-lacc-work hose
50. IT.. 15 mi I 12".. cents at MeCabe's.
The county board met this after
noon for the regular .lime session.
Extra heavy lo-eent Amerieaii Indi
go prints '':, cents this week at Mc
Calif's. Special prices on photos 1o gradu
ates at Smith's studio opposite the
Mrs. E. M. Staler, voenl studio.
Tot ten's music house. Call Tuesday
and Friday mornings.
New things for June weddiniys and
ann'ncrsnry presents, are sjtecially
priced in .MeCabe's ad.
Things are lively in MeCabe's linen
section; some very low prices ac
counts for much activity in thi.s
Now is the lime to buy porch chairs
and furnishings. The newest, the
Hotel, the best can be had at Me
Cabe's. Harrison Williams and Mi-s Ilattie
Alh'ii. a Sears colored couple, were
married Saturday evening by .Justice
Annual June sale of muslin under
wear this week at MeCabe's not an
unusual eteut. but some tery un
usual prices; io and see.
Extraordinary millinery news this
week from MeCabe's. Many of the
finest and most fa.-liioiiablc hats
HM-cially pried for a juick clearance.
If you wish to buy one or more
jnortfa;fcs. $I,noo up, nearly d five
years to run. see Eastman. Mitchell
& I.vnde lxii!li it ir. basement, Seven
Graduates, see our new panel photo
for full figures. Just the thing1 to
show the pretty white dress. Only
if2..1o per doen at Smith's studio op
posite the Harper house.
Train No. L'O on the C. K. I. & 1
has been between an hour and two
hours late for the last few mornings
on account of a wash-out on the 1!.,
C. It. N. at Waterloo. Iowa.
Camp 1550 M. W. A. has arranged
for a smoker at Woodmen ball to
morrow cenin. There will be
music and refreshments and the for
esters of Camp 2 will give a drill.
The Ladies Aid Society auxiliary
to the Sons of Veterans will give a
box social at Memorial hall -londay
ctcning June 'J. A good program has
been prepared. Everyone is invited.
John Strceper. ticket agent at the
I'toria. had a narrow cscaje from
being run down by a street car the
other eveninir. As it was his new
bicycle. whicdTlie was riding, receiv
ed a number of scratches.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. P.ottker wish to
express their gratitude to neighbors
ami friends for kindness shown them
in their late bereavement: also for
the Iwautiful floral offerings con
tributed. The funeral of Mrs. J. II. Kerr oc
curred from the late home Jwis
Eighteenth avenue, yesterday after
noon at 2 o'clock. The pallbearers
were the four sons and two sons-in-law.
Interment was at Chippiau
noek. Children's day programs were car
ried out yesterday in connection with
the morning services at the First
Methodist and First llapl ist churches,
there being; music and recitations by
the little folks, who were out in
large numbers. '
It i rcorted at tuincv that Theo
dore Schraag. of that place, who had
Wen engaged to play the calliope on
the J. S., was drowned recently at
some point above here. If true no
report of the accident has reached
this city. Schraag was aboard when
Perfect In quality. J
Moderate in price. 1
the J. S. left this city for the north
two weeks ag;o.
Judge Bigelow this morning; heard
the argument for a retrial of the
Cass case, overruled the motion, and
entered judgment for the amount of
the verdict, $500. The defendants
prayed, an apjieal.
Nothing was settled at the meeting
of the license and markets commit
tee of the citv council Saturday even
ing 'held for the purpose tf consid
ering the levee controversy with the
Empire Coal & Coke company. The
committee decided, however, to stand
by Ihe ordinance rescinding- the com
pany's rights and to demand $100 a
year license for a continuance of the
use of a definite portion of the levee.
The 1)., K. I. St N. W. switch engine
No. 2 and the Milwaukee freight No.
112 came together in the lower D., 1.
I. $: N. W. yards about 10 o'clock
this morning, the former backing
down upon the latter as it was stand
ing on a siding attached to a string
of cars- The tender of No. 2 was
considerably damaged and the pilot
of No. 112 .was crushed out of shape.
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Game 5 5
Pa.rk 3 3 3
WHITESIDE COUNTY IS
SWEPT BY A CYCLONE
Whiteside and Lee counties were
tisited with three cyclones during
the last few days. Late Friday even
ing a cyclone passed over the north
ern part of Whiteside county, doing
great damage to crops, demolishing
several barns and blowing windmills
down and unrooting houses. An or
chard on William Spcigcl's farm was
totally demolished. i.
Saturday morning a cyclone passed
over the northern part of the county.
Trees were leveled and fences blown
down. Noah Landis" house was,
blown nver and his barn demolished.
The cyclone that passed oter the
eastern section of Ia-c county Sat
urday was one of the most peculiar
that has been witnessed for years.
The residence of John Mtcrs was in
the center of the whirlwind. The
wind blew from four 'directions with
such great force that it caved in Ihe
sides of the house, and the windows
were all knocked out. pieces of glass
being thrown over one hundred feet.
The damage to fruit trees and
growing crops in Ihe three storms
will amount to many thousands of
A cloudburst caused (irccn river to
overflow, doing much damage to
crops in the bottom lands.
Wfirren County Nomination.
Warren county democrats have
nominated the following ticket:
County Judge J. W. Clendenin.
County Clerk .Fames Milligan.
Sheriff O. I). Wilcox.
Treasurer W. K. Camble.
SuM-rintcndent of Schools J. I).
How to Live on Lot,
The girl was having a private con
ference -with her father on the sub
ject of marriage.
"Tho young man hasn't enough to
support you on," urged the father.
"But you will give us something,"
"Not a great deal, my dear."
"Then we shall live on love."
"L'gii." sniffed the father.
"Don't you think we can?" asked the
girl with the beautiful confidence of
"Yes, if you IotIi stay single." And
the- father declined to discuss the mat
Findlnnc For the I.nwyer.
Sometimes the jury returns a verdict
for the lawyer, of which the following
Is a good instance: Mr. John Jones, a
barrister of great 1 nil nonce and ability,
was a loading counselor practicing In
the Welsh circuit. Upon one occasion
after a felicitous speech on behalf of
his client in a criminal case the jury as
soon as the Judge had summed up,
wlthont waiting for the officer to take
their verdict, called out. "My lord, we
lire all for .Tohti Jones, with costs!"
London Tit-Bits. . .
"Can you talk on your feet?" said
the young man who was thinking rue
fully of the time he tried to make an
after dinner speech.
"I can." was the answer, accompa
nied by the baleful smile of a person
who Is about to make a deliberate joke.
"I used to lecture on chiropody."
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"We liavo inaugurated a "Bargain Department"
and to empliasize the fact we shall place on sale 0
for Satuf day, a bi? lot of Special Shoe Bargains.
VISIT OUR BARGAIN TABLES. $
All odds and ends of Women's Boys' and Misses' shoes which
we wish to close out are on one table, and incases, to;o
at one uniform price
One lot of Misses' shoes, in bi2 baskets, "7Cp Bed and blue baby shoes, AQn
Jind your size I UU sizes 2 to 5 T"iJC
One lot of Misses' and Child's in big baskets, Cnp Kod strap sandals, pr
lind your size OUC sizes 5 to 8 DOC
Boys' shoes, all solid, 13 to 5, Saturday -t fr Bed strap sandals, -7 r-
only I.UU sizes SA toll I OC
Special 1-0 pair child's lace shoes, sizes 5 to .S,
patent tip, worth 75c anywhere, go toiuot- rr
row at 00 C
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor. 1721 Second Avenue.
YOU MUSTTIE YOUR BABY
. - 0
TO THE TABLE LEG nU
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
yourself and your kitchen cool and drive
iat drudgery from your home and
setter do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Your Health Neighbor.
Is least in danger during the sul
try summer, if you indulge only
in health-preser ing drinks. Wa
ter, especially in summer, is
teeming with t he death-dealing
germ of typhoid and malaria.
To "boil the water" makes it in
sipid, and to freeze it does no
giHNl. What tdiall you do? Why
MUM Kit IHCINKS.
ami "dog da vs" will lose their ter
ror, and your stomach be at rest.
There are many kinds of refresh
ing slimmer drinks that may be
prepared at home no need to go
to a sola f-iintaiii. Here are some
of the Ix'st, and all are to be found
at our store.
ciii:i:i:v imiosimiai i:.
II Ki:i: V SUKKIiEUT. .
c.uaim: .n it 1:.
OKANCK t IDKi:.
I&.V Second Avenue.
IF YOU lilJY IT
IT'S ALL BICIIT,
ijrjr&;i;lJi.si3ii ikiii.tt.itt. ii ji ti ' vs- .
We are showing an ex
ceptional larjjc ami beautiful
line of gold and ;old plated
and silver lockets, also the
new necklace, suitable for
I'ricc always right.
Manufacturinj; Jeweler and
1 1 1 ar la
g A WARM BABY
O isn't always a comfortable one,
S any more than a man is in warm
5 weather with his cufTs and collars
j wilting, when they are not pro
5 'j)crly laundered. When your
0. shiris, collars and cuffs are laun
0 dered here you can sally forth
j under a broilin; July sun happy
o- in the knowledge that vour linen
r will not "tucker out" In-fore the
o day is over. Tiy a sample of
g our Summer laundryin.
g American Steam
5 Laundry 5 5
X Tw(irthtt, Klfth Ave. Pbon 1836 2
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o rfs i Nns u -m(fr Til
9- a ft m j m km v i Bri pies rxcii f: i
Is the old adage among most people, but with
the M. 6c K. it is
Never Too ILte
A little earlier and a , little better at a little less price
than customers anticipate has been the means of
making this store Rock Island's favorite clothing
store. During this not weather we are, luckily, in
a position to offer some hot bargains. Among them
1 I. .
50c values in neckwear at 25c.
$1.25 mercerized silk underwear at 75c.
35c values in underwear at 25c.
50c values in underwear at 39c.
$1 values in stock tics at 50c.
$1.50 values in men's pants at 99c.
$2.50 values in men's pants at $1.95.
$3.50 values in men's pants at $2.95.
$10 values in men's suits at $7.95.
$12.50 values in men's suits at $9.95.
Bargains in men's flannel outing suits. Bargains
in boys' and children's suits. Bargains in shirts.
Bargains in hats.
Great Values in Men's and Boys' Canvas Shoes at 50c.