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THE AltGrTJS, MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1902.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Tuesday, "with possibly show
ers Tuesday; slightly warmer
J. il. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 52;
at 3:30 p. m., 63.
- Zazaro. -For
insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a bom of lie id j Bros.
Blank cartridges at Wilcher's.
Homes for sale. A. Bush fc Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Wines for the Fourth at Simon
Itetail clerks will liold a meeting
For real estate and insurance, E.
Fancy Colorado strawberries at
Dr. David It. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
Red and black raspberries by the
case at Hess Bros'.
If you want your property sold list
It with Reidy Bros.
Currants and jyooseberries by the
case at liess Bros'.
Dr. H. D. Wilson, physician and sur
geon, 1127 Third avenue.
Half price la a corset waist spec
ialty at McCabe's. Bead ad.
Fireworks of all kinds at' the low
.e?t prices at Trefz & Co.'s.
Free! Free! Free! Hats trimmed
free this week at McCabe's.
Mighty gtw reading McCabe's
wash goods ad. Select early.
Everybody should decorate. Notice
prices on flags in McC'abe' ad.
Special offerings in parasol and
umbrellas this week at McCabe's.
I'icnio suggestions in McCabe's
crockery department. Pick lively.
An opportunity to get a hammock
cheap. Trefz & Co. are selling them
below cost to close them out.
Mrs. C. W. Negus is entertaining
a company of ladies' at her home,
11JQ Third avenue, this afternoon.
The Mueller I.umlxT company will
ell you the Wheeler screen cheap,
find put them on your windows free.
Celebrate the glorious Fourth by
attending the annual picnic of the
olumbia club at Joseph Huler's gar
den. The city ambulance was out of
commission today, the brake having
torn off one of the hind tires yes
terday. F. I). Taylor has leased the resi
dence of William Frcy at --0 Sev
enth. avenue and has moved his family-there.
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William ltlaschke was taken home
to 1412 Fourth avenue from St. An
thony's hospital in the ambulance
The Wheeler self-adjusting screen
fits any window. Mueller Lumber
company, Twenty-fourth street aud
A large shipment of choice Califor
nia wines and fine, old Kentucky
whiskies has just Wen received by
Simon Lewis for his retail trade.
Trefz & Co. have their usual large
and complete line of fireworks at
prices that are as low as any in the
city. Don't fail to see their stock.
The Geneseo News and Daily
Arena have consolidated. The paper
Mill hereafter appear as th News
Arena. H. W. Behcrd Is publisher.
The new society hall of the Water
town hospital will be formally open
ed with a reception and banquet to
the employes Wednesday evening of
If you wish to buy one or more
mortgages, $1,000 up, nearly five
years to run. see Eastman, Mitchell
& Lynde building, basement, Seven
Now is the time the flies begin to
be troublesome. Call at Mueller
Lumber company's, and let us put
the Wheeler screens in your windows
and save trouble.
The locl representatives of the.
Milwaukee road have been notified
lhat Forepaugh & Sells Brothers'
circus will be in this city, coming
from Frecport. Sept. 6.
All union barber shops, after July
7, will close every evening except
Saturday nt 8 o'clock; on Saturday
evenings at 10 o'clock, and Sunday
mornings and holidays at 11 o'clock.
See the. wonderful moving pictures
of the destruction of Martinique by
volcanoes at the Watch Tower July
4. Fine illustrated songs and many
Other attractions all Tree, all free.
The water is so high along the Bur
lington line at the lower end of the
Rock Island ami St. Louis division
that it is necessary to run 2- trains
for a portion of the Way over the
A wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
Chicago L Alton tracks, and vice
Hear the illustrated songs at the
Watch Tower July 4, something new.
Latest moving pictures also, eruption
of volcanoes and destruction of the
island of Martinique, all free, all free
The excursion of the carjenters of
the tri-cities to Milwaukee over the
C. M. fc St. 1. road was attended by
360 persons. The. train reached this
city on the return about 4 o clock
The annual picnic of the Columbia
club will be held July 4-at Joseph
11 uber's garden. The arrangement
committee has been busy for some
time with the preliminaries and as
sure the visitors a pleasant day.
. The ladies of Sacred Heart church
will give the first trolley party of the
season tomorrow night over the
three cities and ' terminate with a
dance at the Watch Tower. Bleuer'sJ
band will accompany the excursion.
A pleasant time will be had.
The Milwaukee road will bring, to
the tri-cities an excursion . of the
Swedish singing society, of Rockford,
next Sunday, July 6. These excur
sions are ususally well patronized
and doubtless there will be a large
crowd brought to see the sights of
Justice Cleland decided that the
property of II. J. Carrico, the barber
who left town a week ago, belonged
to J. 1. Williamson, in the proceed
ings in his court Saturday afternoon
by which Mrs. Marie. Littig endeav
ored to hold the goods for $1S rent
claimed to be due. C. J. Searle. attor-
nej- for Mrs. Littig; gave notice of
an appeal to the circuit court.
William Bowman, the colored man
who was bound over for stealing
an overcoat belonging to a fellow
boarder at Dangerfield's establish
ment on Twenty-second street Sat
urday afternoon entered a plea of
guilty in the county court anil Judge
Adams assessed a fine of $20 and
sentenced him to a day in jail. The
tine will be worked out on the rock
pile at the rate of $1.50 a ilay.
NEWS OF THE EIVEB.
Keeds landing ,
Prairie du Chien ..
L,e Claire 10
Des Moines Kai'ldn
Keokuk IS 7.2
St. Louis 21.2
Omaha IS 10.7
Kansas City 21 ICS
The C. W. Conies yestcrda
the (lermania club, of DavenjM
a number from this city, on
cursion to Muscatine.
Adam Stolnecke and Miss Annie
Olson, a Moline couple, were united
iu marriage at the court house this
aftiViioon, Judge Adams ofluiiitlug..
John I. Peterson and Miss Esther
Olson, lxith of Moline. were married
at the court house Saturday after
noon by Judge Adams.
John T. Cummins and Miss Alice
Kirsch. loth of this city, were mar
ried Saturday evening by Rev. II. W.
DELIGHTFUL PLEASURE TRIP
Oa th Steamer Winona to ! Claire. K-
tnrnlna by Kali.
An arrangement has leen effected
whereby you can leave on the steam
er Winona at 3:15 in Ihe afternoon
for Le Claire and after one hour's
stay in that city return by rail, ar
riving at home at 0:03 p. Hi.
Cheapest and Kmit riaco In the City for
Three ball Roman candles, per doz
Ten cent box of snake nest, each,
Two ounce sky rockets, each, le.
Kxtra large fire crackers, every
one will shoot, two bunches for 5c.
. Hammocks and ice cream freezers
at way-down prices.
Licensed to Wed.
Charles Seaholm Moline
Miss Mabel Pauly ....Moline
John I. Peterson Moline
Miss Esther Olson Moline
John F. Cummins Rock Island
Miss Alice K. Kirsch ....Rock Island
Jacob Hermes Hampton
Miss Martina I). Ballmas.. . .Hampton
Edmund A. Hoover Moline
Miss Nettie M. Shipp Wyanet
Notice is hereby given that parties
found using firearms on- the street
or other public places about the city
in connection with the celebration
of Independence day will be prose
entel under the city ordinances and
their weapons will be confiscated.
(Signed) '15. F. KN(fX,
Warn lor. TTarnlns.
Beware of substitutes offered -by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm oIT worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable mcd
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
It's the well spring of joy. ,The
center around which happy home life
centers. Rocky Mountain Tea. That
great family remedy that makes
home happy. T. II. Thomas pliar
0 G . A. PRICE, Proprietor.
, Men's Vici Kid and J3ox Calf Shoes.
ood style lasts, up-to-date Shoes,
every pair a t?ood pair, made to sell
tor more money than we ask. See
them in our east window.
Red Hot Special:
lien's Congress and Lace Shoes, good styles and
; very special values, Shoes made to sell " for $2,
' but we bought them cheap for cash and that's
' the way they go Special priced as a bargain
! lot while they last
S1.50 a Pair
1721 Second Avenue.
Phone 4682. 0
The above is the "Quick Meat" 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 steadily 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.
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The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
M I Mil i'l I I I ! I 1111 HI I H'
J NOTICE OUR t
t )VEST WINDOW?
J Our most expert trimmer has
put in a display of an article
J that has proven to be the
delight of all housekeepers who
J have ever given it a trial. We
i know we have a good thing
J and have therefore secured the J
sole agency lor ine
; Milled at Sleepy Eye, Miniieso- J
' ta, and every sack guaranteed
; to le absolutely pure and un- J
adulterated. We also handle
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WHOLE WHEAT FLOUK
SLEEPY-EYE PANKAKO . ' J
(OLDEN HARVEST BllEAK-
FAST FOOD FA BIN A $
HESS BROS. !
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
km un mint
Manufacturing Jeweler and
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Surprise and Pleasure
Are invariaJdy expressed by
those whn patronize the Ameri
can Steam laundry, Whether
they dress for style or comfort,
or both, the high quality of
our work leaves nothing to be
desired in the perfect cleanli
ness and superb finish given to
all linen entrusted to our care.
g Laundry 5 5 -
X Twsirtb 8S-. Fifth At. Pboo 1338 o
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Is the old adage among most people, but with
the M. 6c K. it is
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 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.
$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 Pilen s and Boys' Canvas Shoes at 50c.
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