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TILE ARGTJS, MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1902
Partly cloudy toniglit and
Tuesday, with possibly show
era; slightly warmer.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 5.1;
at 3:30 p. m., gm.
JJefritferators at Wilcher's.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Iteidy Bros.
15ujr a Lome from II. K. Walker.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
' The citr council meets this even-
$o,000 to loan on real estate. Reidy
List your iroperty with II. K.
For real estate and insurance, E.
Buy your fireworks at Young &
Dr. David R. llawes, dentist, Illinois
If you want your property sold list
it with Reidy Bros.
Miss Minnie A'olk is ill at her home,
3ns Fourteenth street.
Fancy parasols 3! cents apiece while
they last, at McCaWs.
Dr. II. D. Wilson, physician and sur
geon, 1127 Third avenue.
Oxford and sandal specials, see McCain-"s
ad. and ! prompt.
Sensational bargains in tine wash
fabrics this week at McCahe's.
A hig display of fireworks after
Thursday at Vounpf A- McCombs.
A dime apiece. 1J cents, for adjust
able window screens, at McCabe's.
Kead the Kconomy Dental Parlor's
ad. on pntfe 3. It will interest you.
A $10 suit bargain at McCabe's. the
greatest of the season; note descrip
Your orders taken for the choicest
lerries grown. Kiisehmann's gro
cery. The painting of the exterior of
Triii'ty Kpb-fopnl ehiireh was begun
Those -'7 inch $l.0o black taffetas
are 7'J cents a yard this week at Mc
Cabe's. Your photo enlarged free with ev
ery purchase of 1 or oer at Young
The latest design in furniture al
ways ill stock at II. I. Ilelpeiistcll's
Nice cherries, black raspberries,
currants and gooselierries by the
case jit Hess Bros. , - r
Kiuma Wahlmeier was granted a
divorce from William Wahlmeier Sat
urday, the ground being cruelty.
We are. in a jnisition to supply you
with Ihe In-st lerries in the market.
'Phone 12''s. Kiisehmann's grocery.
Deputy County Clerk John Kinck
is- confined to his home with compli
cations resulting from a bad cold.
t Short lengths of Bla'ckstone bleach
ed muslins. .".'. cents :i yard while
they last, at McCabe's. Spak quick.
The price-carving going on in Mc
Cabe's caret and furniture Jpart
ineut makes a wonderfully brisk bus
iness. All our floods are new and are sold
as cheap as they can lw bought auy
place. K. V. llelpenstell's furniture
Plenty of sharp bargains in Mc
Cabe's special offerings of ladies'
muslin underwear interest is acute
in this section.
Hosiery specials at McCabe's. Don't
top to read the ad., but go straight
for the goods; many lots not large
and won't last long.
The regular meeiing of the Retail
Merchants, association this evening
will be followed by a chalk party and
smoker for the members.
The grand moonlight excursion on
the beautiful steamer J. S. will af
ford a very enjoyable time tomorrow
night. Boat leaves at S p. m.
(ieorge P. Stauduhar was elected
secretary of the democratic county
committee at the meeting of that
body Saturday afternoon.
The Tri-City Press club holds a
meeting this evening jit Schiietzen
park. Davenport. It is to Ik- opened
with a supper served at 0 o'clock.
Ajtend the grand moonlight excur
sion on the J. S. Tuesday night, given
for the benefit of the I'nion Mission.
Boat leaves landing at 8 and Daven
port at 8:15.
II. A. Johnston, for a numler of
years employed in the general offices
of the Peoria road. Wing assistant
auditor at the time of the merging
with the Bock Island, has taken a po
sition as bookkeeper for the Moline
Perfect In Quality.
Moderate in price.
Plow company. Mr. Johnston" is
valuable man to any concern.
If yon wish to buy one or more
mortgages, $1,000 up, nearly five
years to run, see Eastman, Mitchell
& Lynde building, basement, Seven
Attend the grand moonlight excur
sion on the J. ,S. Tuesday night, given
for the benefit of the I'nion Mission
Boat leaves landing at 8 and Da veil
port at : 15.
The second promenade subscription
concert at Black Hawk Tower inn, by
Albert Petersen's orchestra, will be
gien this evening, with dancing after
the concert until midnight.
Judge (iest held a short session of
the circuit court this afternoon
which was devoted to the disposition
of minor matters. An adjournment
was taktn till tomorrow morning.
The Kock Island road last evening
brought a doubleheader train load
of attractions for the Klks carnival
at. Davenport from Bloomington,
where a street carnival was held last
The repairs about the waterworks
pumuing station authorized bv the
city council recently have been be
gun. The roof will receive a much
needed mending and the exterior of
the building will be painted.
(raduall.v moving pictures, of the
"Passion Plav" impressively display
ed in real life motion at the First M
E. church. Friday evening, June -7,
including many other moving ani
mated pictures, etc. Admission, 10
and 20 cents.
Ihe Iri-lity Switchmen s union
conducted an excursion over the Mil
waukee road to Cedar Knpids yester
day, which left Bock Island at 15
a. m. and returned at midnight last
night. About 275 people attended.
and all report a big time.
O. . Peaslee, who about two
months ago fractured his leg in a fall
with his horse, submitted to an ojier
ation vesterdav for the removal of a
portion of the bone that had failed
to knit. It is believed that his recov
ery will be rapiil from now on.
t ieorge Hunt, proprietor of the
Port Byron nurseries, says that on
account, of the continued and exces-
ive rains his loss in strawberries was
f roin 4 to 'tit bushels. From 120 bear
ing cherry trees only seven bushels
and 20 quarts were marketable fruit.
Some of these same trees last vear
yielded three bushels each. TJie only
certain small fruit now is black
The wedding of Kdward Graves, of
Kansas City, and Miss. Cora Means.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Means, took place at the home of the
bride's parents, 224 Thirteenth
street, rriday evenmir. The cere
mony was performed by Kev. F. B.
Bowen. of Kansas City. The couple
will reside in Kansas City, where the
groom, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. (iraves. of this city. 1s employ
ed as bookXecer for a l.irge lumber
Consolidation with the (leneseo
Collegiate Institute was found im
practicable at the annual meeting of
the trustees of Port Byron academy
held last week. The financial diffi
culties of the academy were adjust
ed, salaries of two instructors were
increased $50 each, Bev. Mr. Brown.
f Prophetstow n. was elected mem
ber of the board. Bev. W. B. Shaw, of
Port Byron, was elected secretary of
the academy, and everything possible
done to increase the usefulness and
efficiency of the intitution.
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
St. Paul 14
Kea Win 14
Heed Landing 12
La Cross 12
Prairie tfu Cliieu 14
Le Claire HI
Ues Moines Rapids
St. Louis i
Karwas City 21
The Horace. II. and Linehan
down this morning and the J. W
Sant. Lydia Van Sant. Lizzie fiard
nert Citv of Hudson and Waneta were
up. The Winona was in and out.
The stage of water at 6 a. m. was
f. and 5.95 at noon. The temperature
at noon was 68.
8 i m.
The Best Coach Mrdlrlne.
I sell more of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than of all similar prepar
ations put together and it gives the
best satisfaction of any medicine I
ever sold. I guarantee every bottle
of it. F. C. Jaquith. Inland Mich.
This remedy is for sale by all drug
Hack From Flatting Trip
John Crubangh. J. M. Buford, A. C.
Dart ami H. K. Curtis have returned
from their Wisconsin fishing trip.
having snt two weeks at Hayward.
Incidental to his angling Mr. Curtis
nursed a healthy hirsute growth on
h'(s upper lip. It is understood the
improvement is to be made perma
nent. As to the fishing, the members
of the party say it was just passa
ble, the mnscallonges being particu
Ton YtMura In Brd.
R. A. Cray, J. P., Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For 10 years, I was confined
to my bed with disease of my kid-
neys. it was so severe mat x couia
not move part of the . time. I con
sulted the very best medical skill
available, but could get no relief un
til Fole3's Kidney Cure was recom
mended to me. It has been a god
send to me." All druggists.
Men's. Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes,
good stj'le lasts, up-to-date Shoes,
every pair a fjood pair, made to sell
for more money than we ask. See
them in our east window.
0 G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
Red Hot Special:
Men's Congress and Lace Shoes, good styles and
very special values. Shoes made to sell for f2,
but we bought them cheap for cash and that's
the way hey go Special priced as a bargain
lot while they last
$1.50 a Pair
1721 Second Avenue.
The above is the "Quick Meal" Trade
Mark. If you want to see the little "Quick
Meal" chick get a quick meal, put it close
to your eyes and your nose on the cross
() Look at it that way 6teadily for a
minute and you will see the chick make a
"Quick Meal" of the bug. People who
use a "Quick Meal" know how to cook a
meal quick and eat it in comfort. "Quick
Meal" Stoves look well, cook well, bake
well and last well. They could not be
made better at any price. Their Immense
6ale is due to their merits to nothing else.
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices at
'Phone 1045. 1615-1617 Second Avenue.
DO YOU KNOW
That you can get anything you
want in the line of vegetables
and fruits by calling up 1031?
A tull and complete line always
on display. Here is the list lor
Olery. New Potatoes.
Parslev. Uead Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Watercress,
Leaf Letluce.Turnlps, Peas,
Asparaeus. KgK Plant.
Cauliflower. Wax Beans,
Carrot. New Heels,
Gooselierries Pine Apples
Eating Apples Hananas
California Cherries Blackberries
Ked and HI act Raspberries
Poultry ev.rvd Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Spring Chickens dressed to order.
1620 Second Ave. Thone 1031.
Manufacturing Jeweler and
. . sAi-A-lJi JLJl'i.
Uncle Sam's Birthday
Anniversary promises to btj a
pretty warm one, as the Fourth
of July usually Is, so' declare
your independence of raidsum-
nier heat and wilted linen by hav-
inr it laundered at a place where
they will give you high grade
laundry work with the exquisite 2
color and artistic finish that is j?
the stamp of perfect laundry g
work such as the American J
Steam Laundry always gives you S
Laundry 5 5 i
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iTo Do (Qoodl
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
50c values in neckwear at 25c.
$1.25 mercerized silkunderwear at 75c.
35c values in underwear at 25c.
50c values in underwear at 39c.
$1 values in stock ties 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 mens 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.