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THJfc ABeXTS, SATURDAY, JV&Bi 11, 1904.
Generally fair tonlsrht and
Sunday; no decided change
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature at 7 a. m., 60;
at 2:30 p. m., 77.
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wilcher's.
For insurance. E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of IJeidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'a.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
I5ae balls, bats, mitts, etc., at TrefZ
Plenty i f strawberries at Hess Bros,
Fishing tackle of every description
at Trefa & Co..
Nicely dressed chicken- at Hess
Bros, this evening,
Untiled not ca rising at prices lower
tJj:in ever at Met abe's.
American Beauty roses at Young A
McCombs' this evening.
Music at Young - McCombs' this
evening from 7 to 9:30.
Pearls, the birth stones for June, in
great splendor at lfcCabes.
A nice line of dry goods and notions
may be bs ! at Trefs V Co.s.
Ice cream and iee cream soda at
Petorsen's, IS14 Third avenue.
Have you ordered your gas stove?
ee the People's Power company.
Waliine & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 584.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon, 1528 Fourth avenue, union !iS3.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing. New
Panitoriuxn club, 1WJ Second avenue.
Gasoline stores and automatic re
frigerators at Clemann V Sabnnann's.
Iir. William II. Carl, dentist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue.
Automatic refrigerators, the best on
the market, at tenia nn A" Salmnnn's.
If yon use Ball Blue, get Red Cross
Ball Blue. Large - ox. package only
Bnj yonr furniture and rsrpets at
Clemann v Sahunanns and save
American Beauty fresh cut roses to
night 1" cents per dozen at Young V
.Met 'oil. Its'.
I-' red Fr ee! Carpel lining and free
sew big on ail carpets sold next week
at Met a lie's.
New line of rochersand fanpj chairs
are now in at ( Icmaiin A Salzma mi's.
all and see them.
Summer shorthand school. Brown's
BusisHfRS college. Monday, .lime t:t;
$13.50 for eight w.-cks.
Double oven foui-hole gas stoves
each. Connections made free. Peo
ple's Power company.
Bummer xhortband school. Brown's
Business college. Monday, dune 13;
$13.50 for eight weeks.
Automat ic refrigerators save the
food as well ma the Ice. See the line
at ( lemann & Salzmann's.
Now is vour chance t i get a steel
range. Read lemann A Sa Izm an n's
ad in this paper Monday evening.
Yellow clothes are unsightly. Keep
them white with Bed Cross Blue. All
grocers sell large 2 oz. packages. Sc.
A few special items in McCabes do
mestic department ur rtby your care
ful thought are mentioned in their ad.
The cheapest anil Lest single har
ness, whips and riding saddles in the
city nt Hiltingvr's shop, 1506 Second
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to 4 1 1 2 Twentieth
street. He will be pleased to prompt
ly attend calls day or night. B tb
Alfred Johns n anil Miss Edith Car!
son. both of Meiine, were married a1
the county building this afternoon,
Judge E. K. Parmenter performing
Lively merchandising on McCabe's
Win sec v. I floor. The .lune inuilin
underwear sale, the fine shirt waists
at '." cents, the children's dresses. the
dress skirts, the ladies' suits, and the
millinery, all clamoring to be heard
f on earth '
ftN A LEONARD
I : . &- . t i - a , . , m
oii ioc oigsje-i aim oest uargains oi
Miss Helen Kruger was surprised at
her home. Sixth street and Eleventh
avenue, last evening by r. party
young friends in hi aor of her birth
For tir.st class tailoring pi cueing
cleaning and repairing go to J. Le-
cen. 1 7 1 4 Vi Second avenue, over (ins
tafson & Haves'. Prices to suit and
work guaranteed. Old "phone 710 Y.
The members of the painters' nnioB
of this city will hold a picnic oil
(irnnd Isle tomorrow, going to that
point on the ateanit r Whitney. The
Iroquois club will hold a picnic en
Grand Isle Sunday, June 15.
The bake View hotel and cattages.
Devil's bake. Wis., open dune 13. Boat
ing, bathing and tishing. The ideal
summer land. Take your lest and va
cation this summer in theSw if zerland
of America. Send for circular. George
Prof. J. F. Shank is to gie another
moving picture entertainment on Fast
Seventeenth street between First and
Second avenues this evening. All those
interested in gas stoves would do well
to be present. There will be a num
ber of new pictures.
Note the saving on the biff lot of
hand and shopping lags which Mo-
Cabe't bought at their own price, and
which will be let go cheap. See dis
play. They include auto, carriage,
Peggy from Paris styles, and others,
all fitted complete. Buy what you
w ant, quick
Mrs. Rose Snyder was surprised yes
terday afternoon at her home. 141."
Fifih avenue, by a company of 25 of
her lady friends from the tri-eities.
The afternoon was whiled away most
pleasantly. Mrs. Snyder was present
ed several handsome pieces of silver
ware as mementoes of the occasion.
Daughters of America. Boston Ba
zaar. Vienna bakery, Philadelphia
mark t anil Twentieth century penny
sale at Beselin'v hall Thursday and
Frid3 evenings, .lune 1" and 17. Bar
ents and children coming together
free. Children coming alone 10 cents.
See Young A McCombs window for
display of articles to be s Id for only
one penny each.
The loan exhibit was on view last
evening at Broadway Presbyterian
church, closing a novel and successful
entertainment. A program, given in
yesterday's Argus, was carried out.
with the exception that in the ab
sence of the sextet Miss buey Bren
nan recited the part tflat recently
won fur her and Rock Island high
school the loving cup at the inter
scholastic contest in Minnesota.
Mrs. .1. W. Shaey entertained 80 tri
city ladies at her home yesterday be
tween the hours of '::!! and 5 o'clock,
complimentary to Mrs. T. H. Beacons,
of Chickasba, I. T.. and the four grad
uates of the Villa dc Chantal and their
mother-. The parlors and hall were
decorated with American Betuttj
roses. In the dining room the class
colors, yellow and white, were .car
ried mit in the decorations and re
freshments, a musical program was
The members of tht Rock bland
Bowling club were entertained la-
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ka in
merer at their home. 413 Tenth street,
to celebrate the delivery of the band
some silver loving enp that Mr. Kam
merer captured in the winter series of
bowling matches. The cup is appro
priately Inscribed. Refreshments were
served and the evening given over to
music and general sociability. Fre !
Lustfetdl and his mandolin orchestra
were present as guests and rendered
a concert daring the evening that was
Mrs. K. IV. Lewis entertained for
the graduate- of the Villa de ( hantal
it 1 o'clock luncheon at the Watch
Tower today. Covers were laid for
14. The tables were artistically dec
orated in yellow and white roses, the
colors ei the srrauuatinar class. i he
truest s were Mrs. Byrne and Miss
liviiif. of ( alumbus, Ohio: Mrs. Mi'ler
and Miss Mary Miller, of Prfneeville,
111.; Mrs. T. B. Beacom. of Chickasaw,
I. T.; Mrs. A. McLees, Mrs. Shuey and
Miss Mae Shuey, Mrs. Bodgdon and
Miss Reus Bodgdon, and Miss Mae
A large delegation f Rock Islan i
members ntttntled an interesting and
enthusiastic meeting of the Moiine
tribunal of the Fraternal Tribunes at
the letter's hall in the Industrial
Home building last night. A c';i of
members was adfitted into' the
order. The ladies of 11 Mystic Seven
drill team assisted .:i I lie ceremonies.
nd yon cannot tind a better
Refrigerator than the
Its rich, plain case is the latest
stle and its eight walls save
yonr ice and food. Thej can be
kept cleaner and dryer than any
Yoyj. Can Take
Them AH Apart
and get at every corner. Some
-Mies are lined with real porce
lain. Thcv are the best without
a let of question. We have them
it: ever style and s'me.
1615-1617 2nd Ave.
The Diamond do Line Steamers held
nn nnnual mtetinir at St. Ixniis this
wee): and reelected the following offi
era end directors fr the coming
rear: President, day Morton, of Chi
eago; vice president. John Killeen. of
Dnbnone: secretary and treasurer. I.
T I nalr directors, .lav Morton, John
Killeen. b. I busk. A. b. Dawson and
Louisiana is the name of a new ex
onrsion steamer which will plv be
tween St. Paul and Hannibal thi sea
son. She will arrive in these waters
on or before the -'5th of this month.
At present she is in the excursion bus
iness on the Illinois ami Mississippi
rivers, runninc between Peoria and
The Louisiana is owned by Capt
Morgan, of Vicksburg, Miss., who is
acting as clerk on her. James P. Hol
land is her cantain. She is a side-
wheeler, carries L'.noo people, has three
deck, and was overhauled completely
and newly fitted expressly for the ex
cursion service Last fall. As yet no
dates have been arranged for by the
management for any excursions, but
it is thought that her advance agent
will arrive here soon and prepare the
The Winona brought down a class
of scholars from the public schools of
Fulton who enjoyed a picnic on Grand
Boats down were the Thil Scheckel,
B. Hershey, Ruth, Callardo and Wi
nCim; north, the B. D. Kendall. EL But
ledge and Winona. The J. S. arrived
f rom the south.
The stage of water was 9 at 6 a.
m. and 9.10 at noon.
Once more the notes of the calliope
of the steamer J. S. resounded today
from the local harbor. The spacious
boat arrived here today from down
the river and took an excursion Out
of Bock Island and Davenport to Mus
catine this afternoon. About 900 peo
ple, 4() from this city and 500 from
Davenport, made the enjoyable trip.
Tomorrow the J. 8. will give an ex
cursion under the auspices of the Fast
End Athletic dub of Moiine to Clin
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:00
WANT REGULAR ARMT EXAM.
FOR STATE MILITIAMIN
One of the most important matters
before the state association of Na
tional Guard officers at their meeting
at Peoria was the adoption of a reso
lution recommending that the adju
tant general f the state provide for
the same physical examination for re
cruits to the state militia as is pro
vided for the applicants for tnlist
ment in the United States army. It is
believed that this would raise the
standard of membership.
Music was f lira is bed by the Fraternal
Tribune's Mandolin club of Moiine.
Addresses were made by W. B. Moore,
of Moiine; Jb nrv Kramer, of H cl
Island, and Iistrict Deputy S. EL Van
Notice in tk I'nhllr.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Black Hawk Pressed Brick c m
pany, held May 1904, at the office
of the ' ompany, there wa adopted an
amendment to the article, of incor
poration ;,n I the by-law changing the
name to the black Hawk ( lay Manu
J. B. PHILLIPS, Sec'y.
Wornt of All V xperleoers.
Can anything be worse than b feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. lb
Newson. Decatur. Ala. "For 3 years."
she writes, "I endured insufferable
pain from indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies failed.
At length I was induced to try Electric
Bitters and the result was miraculous.
1 improved at once and now I'm com
pletely recovered.' For liver, kidney,
stomach and bowel troubles Electric
Bitters is the only medicine. Only SOc.
It's guaranteed by Hart A: L'llemeyer,
ask the readers of this paper to test
the value of KodToi Dyspepsia Care.
Those persons who have used it and
who h.nc been cured by it, do not hesi
tate to recommend it to their friends.
Kodol iligests what you eat. cures in
digestion, dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. Increases strength by en
abling the stomach and dipestive or
gans to contribute to the blood all of
the nutriment contained in the food.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
palatable. Sold by all druggists.
REV. GRAY A PROMINENT
SPEAKER AT STATE C. E.
Foremost among the speakers to be
heard at the Illinois state Endeavor
convention to be held in Springfield
July 7 to 10. is Bev. James M. Cray.
B.I)., of Boston. Mass. Dr. Gray has
been for many years a minister of the
Reformed Episcopal church. At an
early period in his ministry he be
eatne specially interested in the study
of the Fnglish bible, in the exposition
of which, along popular and deeply
spiritual lines. he is recognized
throughout a large part of our coun
try and Canada, and across the sea,
as one peculiarly gifted of God. Per
haps the greatest work he has been
used of Cod to accomplish is the in
auguration and maintenance of inter
denominational bible classes in differ
ent parts of the country, j henomenal
in size and in the interest and en
thusiasm of their membership. It is
no uncommon thiny to see from one
thousand to two thousand, and even
more, men and women meeting to
gether in these classes, from week to
week, summer and winter, to study
the bible after Dr. Gray's method.
Dr. Gray is also the author of sev
eral books on biblical themes, which
are being much used by christians
of all denominations. Recently the
Evangelistic committee of the general
assembly decided on a campaign for
bible study and Dr. Graj was persuad
ed to lend his assistance to the move
ment for a while. For J ears his services
have been ill such demand at our lar
gest bible conferences and conven
tions that engagements are made
with him twelve months in advance.
MAY PLACE HELPING HAND
LEAGUE OF AMERICA HERE
The Helping Hand league of Ameri
ca, an incorporated charitable institu
tion established at Cedar Rapids and
having missions in several cities, in
cluding Ottuinwa. Clinton add Daven
port, is contemplating taking up the
work in Rock Island as soon as suita
ble quarters can bo secured. A. C.
Flls. of 1011 Fourth avenue. Hock Isl
and, is in charge of the Davenport
mission and expects to manage the
one in this city when it is establishe I.
The officers of the league are well
known ministers and business men of
Cedar Rapids. The league is interde
nominational and aims to cooperate
with the churches.
MRS. J. M. BUF0RD IS LAID
AT REST IS CHIPPI ANN0CK
Mrs. J. M. Buford was buried this
afternoon in Chippiannock cemetery,
Rev. W illiam Torrance, pastor of Cen
tral Presbyterian church, conducting
the funeral services at .1 o'clock at the
residence, 1117 Second avenue, where !
re assemlilei! a larye con
course of those saddened by the call
ing from earthly scents of the dej
parted. There was a profusion of
beautiful Bowers sent by the rela
tives and friends of the family. Sim
plicity prevailed in the services, Dr.
Torrance following the reading of tht
scriptures with a recitation of twi
hymns that were favorites of the de
ceased, "bead. Kindly Light1 and "The
Resurrect ion The pallbearers were
C. F. Lvnde. Ira Karr, T. A. Murphv
and H. E. Curtis, of tliis city; H. S
Calile. of Cedar Rapids, and Hen S
Cable, of Chicago. The service at th
grave was for members ox the ramln
TWO MEN AND TWO WOMEN
FINED IN POLICE C0UR1
In the police court last evening Guy
Richmond and John Phillips, the col
ored men arrested as suspicious cnar-
icters, were fined each on a charge
f disturbing the peace. They could
not pay and were sent to serve out
their tines at the count v jail. I.ida
iressar was assessed ?" for disorderly
conduct, and Tillie Gottradam $-' for
listurbing the peace.
A Btranger was arrested last night
ly Officer John Kinney for disposing
for drink flowers he had begged in
the residence district. He pave his
name As Frank Goodman. He would
all at a home where there were flow
er beds and tell a story to win sympa
thy to the effect that he wanted to
decorate the grave of a civil war com
rade. This never failed to bring a big
botupiet of posies. Goodman was re
leased on his promise to leave the city.
FALLS OFF WATER WAGON:
MAL0NEY BREAKS AN ARM
John Maloney, yardman at the
Harper house, was delivering water
in a wagon to the Rock Island house
this morning. The wagon hit an ob
struction on Second avenue and John
was thrown to the pavement, causing
a fracture of his left arm between the
elbow and wrist. His injury was
dressed at the Rock Island sanitarium.
Rlienmtlim Cored In IT
Mystic Cure for rheumatism am
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to t
days. Its action upon the system b
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease Immediately disappears. Th
first dose greatly benefits. 7."c am
$. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
nd avenue. Bock bland; Gustavt
Schlegel dc Son, 220 West Second
Aa Alarm Clock for ZA Cents.
If you want to pet up early and feel
good all day take a bittle Early Kiser
or two at bed time. These famous lit
tle pills relax the nerves, pive quiet
rest and refreshinp sleep, with a gen
tle movement of the bowels about
breakfast time. W. II. Howell. Hous
ton. Tex., says: Karly Risen are the
lest pills made for constipation, sick
headache, biliousness, etc." Sold by all
Dont bother about it
unless interested, but
these $1.00 and $1.50
copyright novels are
bargains 49 C
Leather Hand & Shopping Bags
A BIG lot of all kinds of hand and shopping bags
came our way at about our price and they go
cheap. We divide these good things into 4 big lots.
Note the savings:
LOT 1. Two piece fitted
Auto Bags, Peggy Bags.
Fitted Hand Bags with
Jewelled tops. Walrus
Leathers. Monkey Leath
ers, colors and black,
worth 75c to $1.00. mostly
$1.00, we rell them JQn
at just 49c r7
LOT 2. Elegant Hand
Bags in real seal and Seal
Walrus Leathers, colors
and black, jewelled
frames, one and two piece
fittings, sell regularly at
$1.00 to $1.45, RQf
choice for WsTl.
last, just . . .
This is the best assortment of new, up to date
leather goods we have ever shown extra space for
this display In the Notion Department. Come early
as you will want to buy several when you see the
Ruffled Net Curtains with
lace edge and QQn
Bobbinet Ruffled Curtains, worth
and $3.25 pair, at per
Fine double stitched latest pattern
Insertion and elee net curtains,
were $3.48, $3.68. $3.98. k)K
and $4.48 per pair, at just ' O
500 yards White Curtain Swiss,
ue 11 l-2c, at
Fancy crimped end
rods, should be 10c
but we say
$1.25, only .
PECIAL opportunity for buying Carpets. We
will sew fne of cost and furnish carptt lining
free of charge for all Carpets sold during (this) next
week and at the same time give you t'he advantage of
all our special prices, of which the following are sam
A 1 yard for heavy
U 2w standard union
yard for full extra
super all wool
o a yard for high
0rC grade all wool
FREE DEMONSTRATION AT THE BOOTH, SECOND FLOOR .
Mrs. Christie, the expert dessert specialist will be pleased to show the ladies how to prepare decilious desserts
JELL-O AND JELL-O
New desserts served free every day this weeek.
LAID UP WITH 80RE F001
Commodore M. b. Henderson, of the
ferry T. J. Robison, is laid up at his
home with a lame foot, the member
having become poisoned from some
unknown cause and grown to abnor
mal proportions. L. I). Mudge is in
barge of the ferry during the com
modore's absence. While Mr. Mudge
has been a dry land sailor all his life,
one would never believe it to watch
him in the performance of his new du
ties. He takes to water like a duck.
Gold for Pensions.
The outlay for pensions since tht
foundation of the government, if met
in jrold. would make an obelisk 10
feet square and 10H feet high. This
illustration phes an idea of what
three billion dollars mean. The best
illustration, to give you an idea of the
alue of llostetter's Stomach Bitters
is to point to the fact that during it
j0 years" experience it has never fail
ed in eases of dyspepsia, indigestion
insomnia. nervousness, heartburn,
constipation, general debility and ma
larfa, feer and ague. You can there
fore depend on it iii your case. Have
yon a bad taste in the mouth, tongue
coated, yellow complexion or seven
headache Then you need the Bit
ters at once. A few doses now may
save yon a long sick tpelL Accept oni
advice and you'll thank us aftervvan
Foley &, Co., Chicago, originate
Honey and Tar as a throat and lun
remedy, nnd on account of the jrrea1
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitations are offei
d for the genuine. Ask for Foley
Honey an'. Tar and refuse any rail
-titute offered, ss no other prepara
tion wfD give the same i-atisfaction
It is mildly laxative. It contains n
i piates and is safest for children an
To Care a ( old la One Day
Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
Lature is on each box. SS cents.
AVENUE THROUGH TO
LOT 3. Carriage Bags. 2
piece fittings, braided or
round bandies, Walrus,
Monkey and Seal Grain
Leathers, worth $1.50 to
$2.00, any of this fine as
for 89c OUL
IX)T 4. $2.00 Beauty Bags,
Peggy from Paris style. 3
piece fittni-s. strap han
The Ladies' Swit
Has been big.
tne interest we oner on
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday handsome $20
C3'. l l.oO
Many other suit bargains
it will pay to investigate.
$0 Dress Skirts
Sounds improbable, but
just come and see. Voile
Skirts, Cheviot Skirts.
Broadclotu Skirts, $10.00.
Skirts on Monday, Tuesday
and Wodnesdav AS fif
at just half &0rJ
gold oxidized frames.
THE birth stone for the month of
June. This stone is easily
second to the diamond In pop
ularity. We have theni in rings,
scarf pins, studs, lockets, brooches,
and chains. The girl with the birth
day in June should surely wear
Lidies' Underwear Cheap
LOSING out several lines at
about half price. Be on hand
Pure white bleached maro eotnon
richHeu ribbed Vests all 1 A,,
sizes, to close out quick AVFl'
h ine Silk Taped Vests pure white,
all sizes, to close out "I n
quick -L C
60 dozen Union Suits, ribbed um
brella style drawer, lace trimmed,
while vhey last,
Ladies' ribbed umbrella style draw
ers, lacv trimmed, just half regular
price. 1 Of
at pair A v
a q vai d for standard
rOC nil wool Brussell
UQ yard for extra
DOC quality Brussels
for best quality
promptly as possible on Monday morning.
BRUSHED OFF FREIGHT CAR.
BRAKEMAN'8 CLOSE CALL
Frank Ingles, of Qalesburg, a brake
man for the Burlington road, narrow
ly escaped serious injury this niorn
ing about 2:30 o'clock, when he was
struck on the head by a beam at the
.iaduct on Twenty-fourth street and
swept to the ground. He received a
.'ontusion on bis head and injuries to
ioth thighs, which, while being quite
painful, are not serious. His body
-truck the ground with a heavy thud,
and would have rolled under the
wheels of the ear had it not been for
the quick work of two switchmen,
who happened to be near when be fell,
and picked him up before he got Into
a dangerous position. The unfortun
ate man has been s'iit to his home.
At the time of the accident (nglea
was riding on a high ear. not having
been aware of the fact that he was
GreatWall Pfrpftr Sale
RIGHT NOW IN THE HEAUT b THE SEASON.
For the Next 10 Days
One Quarter Off
'j" per cen1 discount oh any paper in the store, and
all short lots of one, two or Ihreo rooms ko at
One Half Price
V,'f want to clean up our stock
Fine papers for an etire room
. . $1.00 . .
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO
312-314 Twentieth Street ? 9 9 Hock Island.
rseeejeeeeeeeree eee -
METER SAW any
picture values that
could equal those
here at 69fc, 47c, 35c,
32c and 25r. Come
in and judge for
Some Lively Merchandizing
in the Cloak , Department
THE JUNE sale of Muslin Underwear continues To
keep things on a rush; ON MONDAY at 10
o'clock and again at 2 o'clock, we will sell dollar
Gowns, for OUC
ON TUESDAY At the same hours. Dollar UY
Muslin Skirts, for tUC
Fine Shirt Waists
Eight special lines of
Shirt Waists, best of style
and workmanship. $2 00
ones among them, prices
for three davs Qf?r
if they last
These pretty Gingham and
Chambray dresses are
made with a style and fit
not always found in Chil
dren's wear. They were
made to sell for $1.75, take
want at v-I
Men's Negligee Shirts
TIMELY offerings in newest fancy
shirts for summer wear. Satin
stripe fancy Oxford Shirts, made up
in first-class style, new small neat
flgiires and stripes, orth regularly
Fine Madras Shirts, new shades of
jrrav and tan: also tunes in neat
fancy stripes, regularly
Men's fancy blue Ratbriggan Shirts
and drawers, regular 75c goods,
A close out sale of Men's fancy
Socks. Several styles, not every
size, but plenty for a good selection.
. re -;c. Joe ana hoc. now an at
1 9c a
Not a misprint, IN; to close.
20 doz. Men's fine Mercerised Wash
able four-in-hand Ties, special pur
L'imse, marked for .quick OA
selling at &Ol,
Bleached Maslin Cheap
MONDAY AT 9 A. M. we place on sale in our Do
mestic Department a big purchase of loom ends
muslins froin the celebrated Say lea Bleachery. The
lot comprised fine Cambrics, Long Cloths, Muslins and
Twills in 2 to 10 yard lengths, worth up to llo per
yard. To make quick work of this big lot of cloths we
divide it Into 4 lots and each one Is a bargain at
8ic, 7ic, 6ic and 5c
Tb' whole to be closed out just a little below one-half
of today's values. If interested in buying a supply of
cotton goods very cheap, you should be on hand as
approaching the viaduct until he was
only a short distance away from it.
He hurriedly attempted to climb from
the car, but before he liad gotten to
the end of it In- was struck and knock
ed to t he ground.
Fresh testimony In great quantity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds to be unequalled, A
recent expres-sion from J, T. McFar
land, Bentorville, Va.. serves as ex
ample. He writes: "I had bronchitis
for three years and doctored all the
time, without being benefited. Then I
began taking Mr. King's New Discovery
and a few bottles wholly cured me."
Equally effective in curing all lung
and throat troubles, consumption,
pneumonia and grip. Guaranteed by
Hart A l'llemeyer. druggists. Trial
bottles free, regular si.cs 'tc, and
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