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THE AUGKIJS, SATURDAY, JUXY 19, 1902.
Showers this afternoon and
probably tonight; Sunday,
generally fair; slightly cool
J. 31. SHERIER,
- Temperature At 7 a.m. 68;
at 3:30 p. m., 71.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For tin work. II. T. Sieniou.
Buy a home of Kcidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at Wileher's.
. .Homes for sale. A. liush & Co. ,
, ' Tri-City Towel .Supply company.
For real estate and insurance, F.,
J. Burns. 1
Dr. David K. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
Colfax and Waukesha mineral wa
ter ut 15. Winter's.
Special discount sale this cvcniagat
Youny & Mi-Combs'.
Jcnncss Miller tan shot's groins' at
$1.83 at Joe F. Schneider's.
Misses $1.23 shoes iroin at 89
cents at .Toe F. Schneider's.
Standard Suitrium. Open for bus
iness at DOG Twentieth street.
If you want a good shoe Jit a bar
gain, go to Joe F. Schneider's.
20 per cent discount on all furni
ture, carpets and refrigerators at J
Every purchaser will get a 10 per
cent discount on all purchases this
evening at Young & McCouibs'.
10 per cent taken off the bottom of
your check, all over the store, this
evening, at Young fc McCouibs.
Best photographs at the Blasklce
studio. Extreme care in posing and
i finishing makes our work popular.
To make more room for our in
creasing piano trade, will sell all new
goods at 20 per cent discount. J. 1.
10 per cent saved is 10 per cent
earned. Buy this evening at Young it
McComlis' and get this 10 per cent
For rates and dates for excursions
on the steamer Cowles, apply to W.
II. Lamont. Diamond Jo office, No. 113
Schroedcr Bros, meat market on
Twentieth street will be closed to
morrow on account i.f the funeral of
the father of the proprietors.
One is all that remains unsold of
.those beautiful lots in McEniry's ad
dition. Your last chance. First
come, first served. See want column.
Stop and li&ure: a 10 per cent dis
count all over the store, on every
thing, this evening, at Young fc lie
Combs'. It means a big saving for
Charles X. Eaton ami Miss Maud
Armstrong, a Colfax, Iowa, couple,
were united in marriage yesterday
afternoon at the office of Justice Mc
Farlane. If you wish to buy one or more
mortgages, $1,000 up, nearly five
years to run, see Eastman, Mitchell
& Lynde building, basement, Seven
On every purchase you make this
evening you get 10 per cent discount,
with the exception of millinery, on
which we give you 30 per cent ."oft".
Young & McCombs.
Henry Dart's Sons have received
from the Bock Island Buggy com
pany tvvo neatly built and lettered
canvassing wagons for the use of
their agents in the three cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buck desire
to express their thanks to neighbors
and friends for kindness and sym
pathy shown them during the illness
and death of their little son, Fred.
A meeting of the boys and young
men who intend participating in the
summer camp of the Y. M. C. A. has
been called at the association hall
Monday evening at 7:30 to consider
plans for the outing.
Charles Merriman, a motorman on
the TrUCity Kailway company's lines,
was arrested today and brought be
fore Magistrate Johnson for assault
ing Frankiin T. Miller. The hearing
was continued till Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Staff Captain "oble, Illinois chief
divisional officer of the Salvation
Army, is to be in Bock Island next
Thursday and Friday, conducting
sjweial services at the barracks on
Second avenue. The first night local
officers will be sworn in and a babv
that has been given into the care of
U Excellent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
X)R. R1CHTER S World-Renown (J
What one phytic mn out o many tcuhei:
Chicago, April 6th J899,
I I have used Dr. R tenters" ANCHOR'
PAiN EXttXUH in cases ct aevero
sprains and swelling of the joints
with flood and im med i ate etrcs.
Also where the patient had a cot
inline in the bacKAHCrtORTPA M
EXPELllR.asaltniment.is superior to aw
ftlnfl i know of JBiTt&aJ
25c and 5Qc at mU aruffguu or inronjn ;i
36 HIGHEST nat tonal AWARDS.
V Rrcmwmended by prominent PKy.
! , mimu. iVKoietuie ana tceiau
the army will be presented to some
worthy family. Friday evening there
is to be a song service and social
These meetings are to be free to the
The will of the late Ernest Strate
was admitted to probate in the coun
ty court yesterday afternoon. Jly
the terms of the instrument all the
property is left to the wife, Doro
thea Strate, during her life, and at
her death it is to be divided between
the nine children of the couple.
Kesidents of tipper Twentj'-second
street have complained to the police
of the depredations of cattle that are
driven to and from pasture along
that thoroughfare. The animals, it
is claimed, prefer traveling on the
lawns and across the flower beds to
walking on the hard pavement.
William II. Toliver died of lung
trouble at 1:10 p. in. today, after an
illness of a few weeks. He was born
in Louisville, Ky., Jan. 21, 1806, and
came to Kock Island with his parents
in March, 1807. He leaves two broth
ers anil two sisters to mourn Ins
death, Clarence, James, and Hattie,
of Kock Island, and Mary Hilbring, of
Chicago. The funeral will 1m? held
from the residence , of deceased's
brother James. 110 Fourth street, at
30 p. ni. Monday.
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Park 5 5 5
First Came Called at 2 p. m.
July 17. Ciustaf ). Nelson to Mary
Scnholm. lot 14. block 3, Thulin's add..
East Moline, $200.
IS. K. II. Gu.ver to W. A. Jones,
lots 7 and 8, block 4, East Moline,
SELLING AT A PAIR MARGIN
An opening lunch will be gifen al
Dasso's saloon at 1501 Fourth avenue
Turtle soup at Art's place tonight.
Ninth street and Fifth avenue.
Need More Help.
Often the overtaxed organs of di
gestion cry out for help by dyspep
sia's pains, nausea, dizziness, head
aches, liver complaints, bowel disor
ders. Such troubles call for prompt
use of Dr. King's New Life Fills.
They are gentle, thorough and guar
anteed to cure. 23 cents, at Ilartr &
Ullemeycr's drug store.
le Allen" Foot KHse.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily. II
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet, and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ng nails, blisters and callous spots
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
day. fxia iy an druggists ami
shoe stores for 2.'c. Trial package
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
liny, N. Y.
This has long been regarded as one
f the most dangerous and fatal dis
eases to which infants are subject.
It can be cured, however, when prop
erly treated. All that is necessary is
o give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor
il, as directed with .each bottle, and
a cure is certain. For sale by all
I.icenned to Wed.
Miss Marie Johnson
Valuable Time Kaveri.
Slight injuries often disable a man
anil cause several days loss of time,
and when blood poison develops,
sometimes result in the loss of a
hand or limb. Chamberlain's Pain
15alm is an antiseptic liniment. When
applied to cuts, bruises and burns
t causes them to heal quickly and
without maturation, and-prevents
any danger of blood poison.' "Forsale
by. all druggists.
Duilds up the system; puts pure.
rich blood in the veins; makes men
and women strong and healthjv Bur
dock Blood Bitters. At any drug
"I suffered for months from sore
hroat. Eclectric Oil cured me in "4
hours." M. S. Gist, llawesville, Ky.
Sound kidneys are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
j. p. Ament Co. Now Selling Planoa at
a Price That U Within the Keach of All.
About Feb. 1 I decided that there
was a good opening in Rock Island
for the sale of pianos, providing they
were bought right and sold at a price
that the people could afford to pay
for a first-class instrument. 1 at
once made arrangements with the
Cable Piano company and with Push
& Getz, of Chicago, and with Rice &
Son, of New York, to handle their
pianos. And the people are fast find
ing out that we are selling lirst-class
pianos at the. same margin of profit
at which a cook stove or bed room
suit is bought, (let the prices on
pianos in exclusive music stores and
then come and let us show you the
same grade instrument at from $50 to
$100 less than theyNask. Remember
that we have no "worked over" second-hand
or "out-of-style" pianos.
Every piano is just received from the
factory and is of the latest style and
of the very best grade. As to prices,
they will be about what others ask
for revarnished, second-hand instru
ments. J. P. AMENT CO.,
No. 1622 Second Avenue.
In order' to make 'more room for
pianos, we will give 20 per cent off on
all furniture, carpets and refrigera
tors. Remember, we carry a large
stock of new goods as well as some
Truthful Little TaLlks
If you're tired of bothering
yoir nea.d over trie shoe
question, we've something
brsvnd spev.n new to show
you here at this store
for puzzled womankind. It
is Ol - laced shoe with up
pers of smooth vici with
tip a.nd lace stay pev.t. calf
The cost? $2.48 a. pair,
worth a $1.00 more. The
value? More, than you've
ever got before.
Foot Fitters. 5 5 307 Twentieth Street
The above is the "Quick Meal" Trade
Mark. If you want to 6ce 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.
The Largest Stoclc and Lowest l'rices at
ED AVID DON'S
'Phone 1045. 1615-1617 Second Avenue.
DO YOU KNOW
That we always have one of the
largest displays of fruits and
vegetables to be seen in the city?
And they are fresh and crisp too.
Look over this list and order
your Sunday dinner:
Celery. Urcen Corn.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Kbk Plant,
Leaf Lettuce.TurnipM. 1'eas.
Cauliflower. Wax Keaus,
Carrots. New Heels,
Pine Apples Currants
K-Ulnii and Cooking Apples
l'lu ms if ananas
Poultry a. rid Fish.
Dressed Spring Chickens
1620 Seeond Ave. Phone 1031.
We Are Opening
up sonic new things' in Shirts
Mohair, Silk and Linen.
Just the thing for this hot
weather. Come and see ns
we'll be glad and say
IS THE PLACE
1IARPEJI IIOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
A man wants his shirts to look
their best and havo them in per
fect order. To be sure of this
send them to an up-to-date laun
dry, where your linen and colored
shirts, your collars and coffs are
handled with the care and done up
with the beauty of color and linish
that the American Laundry is famous
I American Steam
I . Laundry 5 5
Twelfths., Klf th p bona 1X36 2
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
All you've got to do is to come, buy what you like, jingle in your pocket1 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, Men's Sviils Neckwear at Half Price.
r c $6.95 for a lot of men's $10 13c for all 23c neckwear.
33.-J5 Suits. 25c for aU 5(Jo jieekwear.
$7.95 for a lot of men's $12.50
for $G.50 values Suits.
$9.95 for a lot of men's $15 STRAW HATS
" "it AT HALF PRICE
Men's Flannel Suits $12.50 for a lot of men's $18
S5 00 Underweotr Reduced.
16c for L'5e underwear.
y Children s Suits.
for $7.50 values ' 29c for some 40c and 50c un-
$1.50 for $2.50 values. derwear.
' " $1.95 for $:J values. 39c for r0e and Go'c values.
Men's Flannel Suits $2.50 for $3.50 values. 50c for all 75c underwear.
$2.95 for $1 and $5' values. .,
SO.JU $3.95 for $5 and $G values. Roxisers in Troxisers.
for $8.50 values. fSnnLl tr" 122nts for men
$1.00, worth bl.. ''
Boy s Long Pants Suits. . ,
J $1.48 tor men s pants, worth
$3.95 for $0 values. $2.50.
Men's Flannel Suits .. , $1.95 for men's pants, worth
$5.00 tor values. ?53.00.
7c $6.50 for $8.50 values. $2.95 for men's pants, worth
ri. CMrk , , $4 and $5.
$7.50 for $10 values. -
$3.95 tor men's pants, worth
for $10 values $10.00 for $13.50 and $15 value. $5 and $0.
The above are a few of the sample bargains. There are. lots more. Do you think
you can stqy away from such a bargain feast? Guess not.