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TIIE AB&US, TnUBSDAY, JUNE 20, 1902.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Friday, with showers; rising
J. AI. SHERIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 57;
at S:30 p. m., 74.
1'rcsh fish at Schroedcr's.
llefrigerators at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a borne of llcldy Bros.
Fish at Hess I!ros. tomorrow.
Friday and Saturday at Adams.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company,
low all others. Young1 & McCombs.
Our prices ou fireworks arc far be-
$5,000 to loan on real estate, Heidy
See Adams" special for Friday and
For real estate and insurance, E.
No place like Adams if you care to
Cio to Miss Byrnes for bargains in
Dr. David K. llawes, dentist, Illinois
Sale on trimmed hats until July 4
at Miss Byrnes'.
Fire crackers '2 cents a package at
Young & Mcfonibs".
If you want jour property sold list
it with Beidy Bros.
Dr. II. D. Wilson, physician and sur
geon, 1127 Third avenue.
Do not miss tlie opportunity in a
bargain hat at Miss Byrnes.
("ash talks at Adams Friday and
Saturday. Don't ask for credit.
$n.jO values in ladies shoes at Ad
ams' Friday and Saturday for S'.ZO.
See Adams prices on patent leath
er hlippers for your little ones Fri
day ami Sat unlay.
The largest and most complete line
of fireworks ever shown in the city
at Young fr McC'onibs.
The Mueller Luniler company will
tell you the Wheeler screen cheap,
and put them on voiir windows free.
The Wheeler self-adjusting screen
fits any window. Mueller Lumber
company. Twenty-fourth street and
The Y. I. S. C. E. of Memorial
c-hurch will give an iei- cream social
at the church tonight. Ice cream
and cake, 10 cents.
For rates and dates for excursion
s--t earner .1. S.. apply to D. W. WNherd.
' excursion manager Acme Packet
2ompany. Office ou levee. . "
A large shipment of choice Califor
nia wines and line, old Kentucky
whiskies has just been received by
Simon Lewis for his retail trade.
Hess Bros, will have fresh catfish,
river salmon, perch, croppies, sim
fish. butTalo and trout tomorrow.
"Phone orders given prompt atten
tion. If you wish to buy one or more
mortgages, $1,000 up, nearly five
years to run, foe Eastman, Mitchell
& I.ynde building, basement, Seven
Now is th- time the flies begin to
1h troublesome. Call at Mueller
Lumber eoinpany's. and let ns put
the Wheeler screens in your windows
and save trouble.
All union barber shops, after duly
7. will close every evening except
Saturday at H o'clock; on Saturday
evenings at 10 odock. and Sunday
mornings at 11 o'clock.
C. B. it (J. engine 112.'J jumped the
frog in the switch at the foot of
Twelfth street this morning. The
rail was turned, but the engine was
puMcd back upon the track in a short
An excursion of the Burlington re
tail grocers numbering GOO persons
was brought to this city today over
the Burlington. They were unloaded
in this city, although Davenport was
their objective point and the major
ity of them did not remain on this
The grocery store of Fred Xotinsky
at Kighth strict and Tenth avenue
was badly damaged by fire early this
morning. The blaze is of unknown
origin. The loss to the building
about $.'iO. and the stock, which wa
insured for $'"0, is a total loss. TU
fire had been burning some time
xuj if'r?r if.'.-.-
hm praveo to be the Hrtt then t for
, Rheumatis Complaints.
Cr 258. aaa EOc. at ai. flroGflta
F, J& Richier G Co.
. 215 Pearl Street,
New York. "V&
when discovered, but the fire depart
ment made short work 'of it.
Train Xo. 21, on the C, K. I. & P.,
was an hour and a half late this
morning on account of the 'engine
breaking down. Above Moline the
steam chest refused to work properly
and it finally became necessary to
send a switch engine to bring the
train to Bock Island.
The "Passion Play" and many oth
er animated features and illustrated
songs to be given at the First M. E.
church Friday night promises to be
an unusually fine entertainment. It
is indorsed by pulpit and press as
being the finest of the kind ever ex
hibited in this country. Admission,
onlv 10 and "0 cents.
Game 5 5 5
Psrxrk 5 5 5
.lune Peter Yager to Huldah
llagman. lot .", block P. Yager's
First add., Moline. $200.
Charles (". Apple to W. W. Harris,
lot 1, block 4. Clneago or Lower add..
Bock Island, $2.:"fM.
.lolin Kimiel, et al.. to Bock Island
Plow company, lot 4. block 4, Chica
go or Lower add.. Hock Island, $1,-L'.-.o.
L. D. Dunn to .lulia M. Dunn, n 40
feet lot 3, block S, Wood's Third add.,
June 2.". .feanette Miser to Burton
F. Peck, part lot , block A. Moline
Water Power company's add., Moline,
Charles Brant to Burton F. Peek,
lot 0. block A. Moline Water Power
company's add., Moline, $:5,."00.
K. B. Keator to Bedar Wood, tract
in ne ne .. 17, lw, $700. t
Margaret M. Livingstone to John
T. Peterson, bit is. block 2. S. W.
W'hcclock's add.. Moline. $2.:;.-0.
Carrie A. Caverly to Nathan S. Irv
ing, e'a lot 7. block t, II. Thomas'
add.. Moline. $1,S25.
Henry Fluegel to Herman Schu
bert, lots 13 to 17. Schubert & Flue
gel's add.. Bock Island. $1.
Charles FreelM-rg to John Holm. ys
lot ?. anil n 40 feet Ut 4. block 1,
Candee & Noursc's a-Sd., Midine, $1,
l Mat I Sinionsen to Charles Frceberg,
sys lot 3 and n 10 feet lot 4, block 1,
Candee & Xourse's add., Moline, $1,
1O0. F. N. Pierce to II. Peter Holm, w 40
f-et of e 1',0 fert lot 5, block 2,
Sweeney iV Jackson's Second add.,
ADAMS' SPECIAL SALE
Kven Stole Croatia
under the torment of neuralgia, when
every nerve in the face or limb throbs
and jumps. Philosophy cannot en
dure this agony but Perry Davis Pain
killer relieves it. Bathe the affected
parts freely, keep them warm and
do not expose yourself to cold and
dampness. Medical science inarches
right along, but it has not found the
equal of Painkiller in the treatment
Virulent I mnrw Cared.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by Drug
gist l. W. Huberts, of Elizabeth, 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
Electric Bitters and applied Buck
len's Arnica Salvcj which treatment
completely cured him. When Klec
tric Bitters are 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 and
sores vaDish. Bitters 50c. Salve 25c,
at Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Ieacl Them AIL
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for
eoughs, colds, croup and throat and
lung troubles," says D. Scott Currin
of Loganton, Pa. . One Minute Cough
Cure is the only absolutely safe
cough remedy which acts immediate
ly. Mothers everywhere testify to
the good it has done their little ones.
Croup is so sudden in its attacks that
the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure. ' Pleasant" to take. Children
like it. Sure cure for grip, bron
chitis, coughs. "
Scald head is an eczema of the
scalps very severe sometimes, but it
can be cured. Doan's Ointmciit,"'uick
and permanent in its results. At-any
drug1 store. 50c.
f Friday and Saturday
All ladies' $3 and $3.50 shoes or ox
fords, for cash only, any style, heavy
or light sole at this sale for $2.50 a
Child's or misses patent leather
slippers, size Vle to 11, or Wy. to 2,
$1 a pair.
Men's patent leather, welt shoes,
latest styles, high or low cuts, go for
W.50 a pair. You pay $:t.5() else
where. One line of ladies patent leather
oxfords, regular $2 values, 00 in this
sale, for $1.58.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and IUar"
The uniform success of this remedy
has made it the most popular prepar
ation in use for bowel complaints.
It is everywhere recognized as the
one remedy that can always be de-jM-nded
upon and that it is pleasant to
take. It is especially valuable for
summer diarrhoea in children and i
undoubtedly the means of saving the
lives of a great many children each
year. For sale by all druggists.
Bounds out the hollow places,
smooths out lines that creep alnnit
one's face; woos roses-back to failed
cheeks. That's what Kocky Moun
tain Tea does. 35c. T. 11. Thomas'
V J -
"Wliero DID I pet tliose
swell sliocs? L wonder liow
' many people liave askeO
me tliat question, and X
don't blame them. If tliey
knew tliey were just as
comfortable as tliey are
stylisli, tliey wouldn't be
lon in getting a pair.
"WTioii I tried them on
tliey felt just as smooth as
velvet, and I wouldn't be without them for
worlds. Who's make? Why, John Kelly's, of
course, and tliey only cost $3.
Let us try a pair on you
Foot Fitters. 5 5 307 Twentieth Street
Refr ige r at o r s
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 j our 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
eale is due to their merits to nothing else.
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
DO YOU KNOW
That you can get anyttaiiiK 'you
want in the line of vegetables
and fruits by calling up 1031?.
A full ami complete line always
on display. Here Is the list tor
this week;, n ,.
Olerv. New Potatoes.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Water Cress.
Leaf Lettuce.Turulps. Peas,
AHparagUK. Kpp l'l.iut.
Cauliflower. Wax lU-aas,
Carrots, New Heels,
U recti UeauM.
Ooosclerries Pine Apples
Strawberries Cut rams
Ealing Apples lUnanas
California Cherries Wack berries
Keil and lllack Raspfierries
Poultry and Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Spring Chickens dressed to order.
1620 Second Ave. Thone 1031.
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The Best Goods
THAT'S TIIE POINT UV TliK MATTKK
You'll find the Lest will prove
the cheapest in the long run
not m very long, either.
Compare, then, "siiy."
IS TIIE PLACE
IIAKrKIi HOUSE KLOCK.
Yes, wc make Shirts.
Uncle Sam's Birthday
Anniversary promises to be a
pretty warm one, as the Fourth
of July usually is, so declare
your independence of midsum
mer heat and wilted linen by hav
ing it laundered at a place where
they will give you high grade
laundry work with the exfjuisite
color and artistic finish that is
the stamp of perfect laundry
work such as the American
ff Steam Laundry always gives jou
S ' Laundry 5 5
Twelfth 8t, Fifth A va. Pbons 1236
11 O JLO
Is the old adage among most people, but with
the M. 6c K. it is
Never Too Lte
A little earlier and a little better a)t a little less price
than customers anticipate has been the means of
making this store Rock Island's favorite clothing
store. During this hot '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.
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.
$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.