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tile Anerrs, satuedat, july 12, 1902.
Generally fair tonight and
Sunday; only slight change
J. 11. SHERIER,
- Temperature At 7 a. m. 06;
at 3:30 p. m., 78.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at Wilcher's.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Tri-t'ity Towel Supply company.
Buy a home from II. K. AYalker.
White duck hats at Miss Byrnes.
Trimmed hats at half price at Miss
List your property with II. K.
For real estate and insurance, E.
North Star refrigerators at Allen,
Myers & Co.
Dr. David 11. llawes, dentist, Illinois
If you want your property sold, list
it with IJeidy Bros.
Colfax and Waukesha mineral wa
ter at 1?. Winter's.
Bariratiis In children's shoes and
oxfords at Dolly Bros.
Plenty of black and red raspberries
at Hess Bros, this evening-.
Plenty of dewberries anil blackber
ries at Hess Bros, this evening'.
lee cream freezers, all styles, sizes
and prices, at Allen, Myers & Co.
Startling- and sensational quota
tions in McCabe's large ad., page 4.
Mrs. (ieorpre Stannard is seriously
ill at her hme on -Sixth avenue.
Kctnil merchants' excursion to El-
irin Thursday, July 17, $1.50 for the
You can save money on furniture
or carpets if you will g-t Clemann &
Salz ma mi's prices.
Don't miss one of the ." sharp
s-pecial hour sales at McCabe's next
week. Head ad., pag-e 1.
E. B. McKown has removed . his
coal office and scales to 1101 Second
avenue. Telephone 119:.
Only $1.50 for the round trip lo
Elgin on Merchants" day, less than 's
cent per mile. Think of it.
Take a day o!T from business and
household cares and go with the
crowd to Elgin Thursday, July 17.
Eight new stylo mounts at the
Blakslce studio. You can't fail " to
like them. Worth the price always.
Lawn mowers, grass cutters, gar
den hose, sprinklers in endless vari
ety and at all prices at Allen. Myers
Allen, Myers & Co. are making the
lowest prices in the city on refriger
ators, irasoline stoves and all summer
A nice crowd, a large crowd and an
orderly crowd always attends the
Ik-tail Merchants association annual
It's to your own interest to buy
your irasoline or wickless blue flame
oil stoves at Allen, Myers & Co. They
will save you money.
For furniture values' that can't be
beat go to Clemann & Kal.mann's, the
larg-est leading- and lowest priced fur
niture house in the tri-cities.
Excursion train 'for Elgin will leave
the C, -M. & St. I. depot, foot of Sev
enteenth street, at C:L'0 a. m. Thurs
day, July 17. Bemeinber the date.
Parlor furniture in endless variety
and at priees that will suit your
pocket book at Cletnann A: Salz
mann's. Come and look over our
Fifty sM-cial hour sales that will
crowd McCabe's big store next week.
There are hundreds of other specials,
none of which you should miss". Kead
ad., page I.
A premature explosion of a blast
on the railroad construction work
near Fairport, below Buffalo, Iowa,
toda3' resulted in the death of one of
If you wish to buy one or more
mortgages, $1,000 up, nearly five
years to run, ee Eastman, Mitchell
& Lyndc building, basement, Seven
Louis Baiimhach and William Bru
ner are proprietors of an establish
ment they have named the Standard
Suitoriimi which they opened today
in the new ('uyer building on Twen
tieth street. Steam cleaning, dyeing
under GKItNAN LAWS,
is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
4R. RICHTER S World-Renowned
One well-known person's tetter out of many-.
New York. Feb.3r 1898 ,
A remedy, which has met
with the Universal endorse
ment.thaT your Dr. Rlchters
must effect the ends claimed
I 25c ana 50c at ail druggist or trirougti
lv u nijtvAra..CllPaarlSt. Hew York "
38 HIGHEST national Awards
Rtmn.nended by prominent Phy.
and repairing are to be done, and a
barber shop, cicrar stand and shoe
shiner run in connection.
Refrigerators, gasoline stoves, blue
flame oil stoves, ice cream freezers
and all kinds of summer goods in
great variety and at all prices at Al
len, Myers & Co.
For the best values in furniture or
carpets go to Clemann & Salzmann's,
Positively the largest and most Com
plete stock in the tri-cities. A call
will conviuce you.
"Have you seen our east window?
In that window you will find suits at
$0.85, formerly sold at $15. Xow's
your chance for "real barcrains" at
Ullemeyer & Sterling's.
The .luly common law term of the
county court will open Monday after
noon, and Judge Adams requests all
attorneys interested in cases on the
docket to be present in court at 2
"We do' not claim to be the largest
or only clothiers in Bock Island, but
will back up the claim of giving great
est suit values for $9.85 ever offered.
Come and see for yourself." Ulle
meyer & Sterling, the clothiers that
"please the people."
A congressional convention of the
socialists of the Fourteenth district
will be held at Turner hall tomorrow.
Candidates for the state senate and
for congress will be nominated. The
convention will be opened at 11
o'clock in the morning.
W. C. Brown, the former general
manager of the liurlingt on and now
connected with the Lake Shore and
New York Central roads, passed
through the city Thursday niglit
with his family in a private car on
the Bock Island bound for Minneap
olis for a well-earned rest.
Henry Sonntag, Jr., manager of Al
bert Petersen's orchestra, announces
that coupon tickets for Black Hawk
Watch Tower Inn concerts will also
be recognized' at Schuetzen park.
Davenport, for the promenade eon-
certs to be given there by Petersen's
band. Dates of remaining concerts
follow: Black Hawk Tower July 14,
is, Aug. IS. Sept. S. Schuetzen park
luly 31, Aug. T, M, Sept. 4.
The Methodist church Sunday
school is planning for a good time
Merchants day, Thursday, July 17, on
Credit island. Kvervbody is invited
to go along. The steamer Cowles has
been engaged to carry them, making
u trip at '.' a. m. anu at p. m. n me
crowd cannot be taken in two trips
more, will be made. Take your lunch
along. Coffee and light refreshments
can be had on the grounds. Buy your
tickets before going on the boat.
Price 25 cents;- children 15 cents.
IN MAD JEALOUSY
An Oregon Man Kills Three and
Fatally Wounds Another.
WHE IS THE FIRST VICTIM
Mother-ln-Law. Father-in-Law and
Klrnl Subjects of His
Pr.rk 5 5 5
GAME CALLED AT 3:00 P. M.
No Street Fair Thin Year.
I'liere will be no street fair at Mus
catine this year. After the Klks g:tve
tne matter up. Uniform Bank, K. of
, tried it and canvassed the business
men on the subject. They found ls
favorable to the proposit ion and fS
adverse to it. Then the matter was
given up, it being decided that it
could not be successful unless want
ed unanimously by the merchants.
PpelalH for Tonight. -.
Men's. 50c negligee shirts, 2'Jc.
Fine marsh ma I lows," per pound, 12c.
Women's dollar silk umbrellas, 69c.
Children's 25c polka dot hose, 10c."
Ladies kid strap sandals, 79c.
9c bleached muslin, short lengths.
50c to C.9c tucked yoking, 29c. .
Boys" 20c swimming pants, 9e.
Children's ribbed vests, 3e, 2e and
Dollar house wrappers, 50c.
Quire letter paper and envelopes,
Ladies' 6Hc night gowns, 37c.
To the Ladle.
Malta Vita, that most popular of
all breakfast foods, will be served
free with cream next week at Mc
Cabe's dry goods store, second floor.
Don't fail to try a dish of this de
licious cereal. It is especially adapt
ed, for summer, being thoroughly
cooked and always ready ti serve. It
is made of the best white, winter
wheat and malt.
Hlarlr Hawk Inn Monday,- July 1 4.
Third subscription concert of Al
bert Petersen's orchestra. Henry
Portland, Ore., July 12. In a mad
desire for vengeance in return for
real or supposed -wrongs, A. K. Beld
itig, a bartender, shot and killed his
wife, his-mother-in-law, Mrs. L. Me
Croskey, and Frank Wood worth, and
fatally wounded his father-in-law.
Jealousy the Cause.
Belding was separated from his
wife and was jealous of Woodworth.
Belding surrendered himself to the
If a Man l.les to You.
And Riiv some other salve, oint
ment, lotion, oil or alleged healer is
as good as Bucklen s Arnica Salve,
tell him 30 vears of marvelous cures
of piles, burns, boils, corns, felons.
ulcers, cuts, scalds, bruises ana
skin eruptions prove it's the best
and cheapest. 25 cents, at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
One of the Finest
Displays of fruits and vegetables
in the city may lie seen at our
store. We have every thin that
the market affords. Our stock
of staple and fancy groceries
can't be lieat. Select your Sun
day dinner from this list:
Celery. Green Corn.
Parsley. Head lettuce.
iSoun Hunches. Kkk Plant.
Ieaf L,ettuce.Turtiips. l'eas,
Caulillower. Wax llrans.
Carrots. New Uects,
Green Lie a us.
Pine Apples Currants
Eating Apples Itananas
California Cherries Blackberries
Watermelons Muskmf Ions
Red and 'Hack Raspberries
Poultry and Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Dressed spring Chickens
1620 Second Ave. Tbone 1031.
We Are Opening
up some new things in Shirts
Mohair, Silk and Linen.
Just the thing for this hot
weather. C'omo and see us
we'll be glad and say
IS THE PLACE
HAKPEB HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
Surprise and Pleasure
Are invariably expressed by
those who 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.
Laundry 3 3
Twelfth ft.,' Fifth Ave. Phone 136
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Foot Fitters. 5 5 307 Twentieth Street
ReTrig;e r ato rs
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 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
sale is due to their merits to nothing else.
Tlie Largest Stock and Lowest Prices at
Phone 1045. 1615-1617 Second Avenue.
All you've got to do is to come, buy what you like, jingle in your pocket the money you
save, go away happy and come back for more. Note these Prices and see if you can
afford to stay away. -
Men's Flannel Suits
for $0.50 values
Men's Flannel Suits
for S7.50 values
Men's Flannel Suits
for $8.50 values
Men's Flannel Suits
for $10 values
S6.95 for a lot of men's $10
$7.95 for a lot of men's $12.50
$9.95 for a lot of men's $15
$12.50 for a lot of men's $1S
$1.50 for" $11.50 values.
$1.95 for $:J values.
$2.50 for $3.50 values.
$2.95 for $4 and $5 values.
$3.95 for $5 and $(3 values.
Boy's Long Paints Suits.
$3.95 for $0 values.
$5.00 for $7 values.
S6.50 for $S.50 values. 4
$7.50 for "$lo values.
$10.00 for $13.50 and $15 value.
Neckwear at Half Price.
13cfor all 25c neckwear.
25c for all 50c neckwear.
AT HALF PRICE
1 6c for :!5o underwear.
29c for some -10c and 50c un
derwear. 39c for 50e and 05e values.
50c for all 75c underwear.
Rovisers in Trousers.
Good strong pants for men
$1.00, worth $1.75. -
$1.48 for men's pants, worth
$1.95 for men's pants, wortlx
$2.95 for men's pants, worth
$1 and $5.
$3.95 - for men's pants, worth
$5 and $0.
The above are a few of the sample bargains. There are lots more. Do you think
you can stay away iromvsuch a bargain feast? Guess-not.
You are not compelled to attend this Sale if you don't want to, but you will lose money
if you stay away. We are going to sell the balance of our Summer Stock, and have
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. We do not absolutely have to have the cash, but we
prefer the money to the goods. You won't need much money to participate in this
Sale. Some of the prices have been cut in half. We say Bargains and we mean
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