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THE ARGTJ& MONDAY, APRIL 2, lOOC.
PRING IS HERE, and it'3
time to see to .your gardens.
lawns and flower beds. We car
ry a!l varieties of the finest gar
den, flower and grass Feeds, iu
packages raid bulk. Our seeds
ae all guaranteed 10 be new,
fresh stock. If you want sesds
that will grow, here is the place
The tea and coffee business at
thi.-. story is growing fast, and
ir should. We are offering the
highest, dependable qualities :r
most moderate prices.
Free 5 lbs. finest granulated
sugar wit.i each purchase ol'oiv;
li. Coe tea. either our sun-dried
Japan or Moyune Gunpowder,
and 1 -lb. can Lndo:i pure
.Mocha and Java
Another car of the celebrated
S'eepy Eye (lour. Have you
tried it? Everybody who has.
knows it's the- Lest flour to be
found avwhere. per
Strictly fresh eggs.
per dozen 150
Gila. ore's. Kohr".". Armour's.
Star and Gold Band hams.
I'fr lb 12" 2C
Rest California picnic
Larrs. lb gi z
Try our Hue caught Roc ku way
mackerel, the best there
Fresh pickled pigs' feet.
Olives. Franklin MaeYeagh
Co.. ix-oz. boities, genuine lunch
eon olives, regular C."c
size, all this week 25c
'.',') botiles. .lu-oz. size. Franklin
V'e.igh real Man . .dill.i
olives, wane Kiev last.
Evangelists Take Up Work
Davenport Sunday Evening.
SIX WORKERS ARE PRESENT
Singers end Exhorters Precede Dr
Eiederwclf, Who Comes in Two
Weeks Prayer Meetings Here.
Lyndon canned tomatoes.
per can i2c
Pt r dc2in S1.C5
Lyndon canned corn.
Fresh shipment of strawber
ries and fresh vegetables now
received every da v.
Opening in Davenport last evening
in three sectional meetings, the two
months' revival in the tricities was
launched under favoiablc circum
stances. There was a large attendance
at every place of meeting. A half
dozen speakers and tinge rs have hern
engaged for this work and they will
remain in Davenpo; 'wo weeks, after
which Dr. Diederwoli succeeds them
ami they come here.
In Rock Island the cat t age prayer
meetings continue, the places this
week being as follows:
2::M. p. m. Mrs. Frank Meredith.
ZVJ Thirty-ninth street.
7:20, p. in. Mrs. Mary Wadsworth.
11L.1 Second avenue; Rev. Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koenlg. 122"
: Fifteenth street; Mrs. George Hull,
-dr. and Mrs. On in Leonard. 1425
Seventh avenue; Rev. W. C. Schuitze.
2:::i. p. in. Airs. Limisley. 1211.
7:20 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bull-
Rev. O. W.
Ui THE CHURCHES.
, 122S. Four
K. IS. Me
Harris & Hess
Eighteenth Street C Third Ave.
Old Phones 455 and 430. New
phones 5440 and 5S25.
The C, M. & St. P. offers flrst class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping cat
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further Information 'phone any
of their o faces.
C M. &, St- P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each montn
to points in Iowa. Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation 'phone or call at any C, M. &
SL P. ofSce.
A Lucky Postmistress
Alexander of Cary. Maine, whi
r.as lounu Dr. Kings .New Bife Pills toj
be the best remedy she ever tried for
keeping the stomach, liver and bowels
in perfect order. Yo.;'il agree with her
if you try these p-Irdcss purifiers that
infuse ppt life. Guaranteed bv Hartz rt,-n --,
nek, 122' Fourth avenue;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Perry,
K;r.vii. leadt r.
Mrs. Brockman. 1222. Seventh aven
ue; Mi.-& Nena Fickenger, leadtr.
2: 20 p. m. Mrs. Duncan, 452, Sev
U : : i p. Mrs. Km 1!. G12 Twen
ty-third street; Mrs. C. V. Ilawos.
; p. in. Church prayer meetings,
i 2:2o p. m Mrs. George Connell. f22.
! Forty-fourth street.
i :!:"! p. m. Mrs. Fred Tittering! on.
:MG Twenty-second street; Mrs. A. L.
! Burnett, leader.
7:20 p. ni. Union Sunday schoo:
teachers' meeting. Memorial Christian
church; Rev. H. P.. Ilazen. leader.
j 2:2o p. m. Mr. Pauley, 42X Forty
; fix: ;i sneer.
j :::,) p.m. Mis. Eliza Foxier. 722
j Twenty-fourth street; Miss Gre-gg
T:"'i p. m. West End Sunday school
rooms, TOO Sixth street; W. B. Barker,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Woodin. 022 First
avenue ; P. O. Jonassen. leader.
Mrfand Mrs. C. E. Bryan. 132 Tenth
avenue; George Hull, leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright. SIS Sixteenth
street; .1. H. Lei'Uke, leader.
Miss Botii.-o Battles. 72U Seventeenth
street; O. Talbc;. !-ader.
Mr. and Mr.;. V. Swe-eiuy. 1G
Twentieth street; ilev. Maiion Humph
Mr. and -Mrs. Finnic I). Taylor. 9.11
Twenty-second street ; Mrs. Marion
Mrs. W. P. Quayle. 20:jy Thirteenth
avenue-; Mrs. W. O. Litten. leader.
2::V) :. m Mrs. Lezrich. 12:50 For
First Baptist. The trustees meet
this evening with G. J. Dempsey, 120
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
The Woman's Mission circle meets
in the church parlor Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The topic will be "The
Italians in America," led bv Mrs. D
Friday evening at 8 o'clock the
Young Petple's .society will give an en
tertainment at the Y. M. C. A.
First Methodist. The third qnaTter
ly conference will be held this even
ing in the pastor's study. Dr. Wiley
ine regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Ilcrue .Mission circle will be
held this evening at the home of MI
ieatnee Oslroni, 1115 Third avemttf;;
1 he subject for discussion wilT bV
The Educational Problem."
UT. ..K. .
unit ciitiy evening at 7:;:; prayer
meeting and teachers' conference will
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
&ucjfij meets l nursuav atrernoon ar
o'clock with Mrs. W. R. Wilev, 717
.Mneieentli street. Tne subject will
be "East Africa."
Saturday afternoon a pantry supplv
saie win ne nei t at liart ett Urns" tn
ind coffee store on Third avenue.
r-ree meinoaist. cottage prayer
meetings will be held Tuesday even
ing at the homa of Rev. C. M. Stirdi
vant. 5.52 Twelfth street, and Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. Sud
brook, 2PJ5 Scott street, Davenport.
Memorial Christian, Wednesday
evening prayer service will be held af
ter -which the Endeavor society will
hold its regular monthly meeting.
Thuisday afternoon there will be a
thimble party at the home of .Mrs. R.
Boilman, Blot) Seventeenth street.
Thuisday evening the uniem Sunday
school teachers' meeting will be held
in the church. Rev. H. B. Ilazen will
conduct the meeting.
Central Presbyterian. Tuesday
evening at 7:::0 o'clock the church
cabinet, consisting of the session and
trustees will meet in the office of John
Volk. t j
The annual congregational meet ing
will be held Wednesday evening at
which time reports will be read and
church officers elected.
urace Lumetan. The Acme society
meets this evening at the parsonage.
Wednesday evening prayer service
will be held.
The Reliance club meets Thursday
evening with Lawrence Carlson. C0C
Forty-third street. There will be a
debate by Prof. A. Kempe and Emi.
Danielson on "Railway Rate Regula
tion." Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid
society meets with Mrs. C. A. Bloon:
gren. S23 Thirty-fifth street.
The confirmatiem classes meet Tues
day ?n:l Friday evenings.
druggists. Price, 2
Devil's Icic.nd i crture
Is no werr.o than tee terrible case of
piles thet a'Mieted rae 10 years. Then
I was advi:ed t apidy Bucklen's Ar-
e, a a 1 K-n.s tlian a box perma
L. S. Xapier
nr.tiy c;;red r.zr writes
:of Rf.'-les. Ky. Iloils
j burns j'tMl sores like raa
Wednesday and Thurs
day. April 4 c n ci j
YOU ARE CORDIALLY IN
VITED TO CALL AND IN
SPECT THE HANDSOME MOD
ELS OF THE PREVAILING
STYLES FOR THE COMING
r;jat Hartz fr i:
ii lHon. David 0. Robinson
CeneHted by Vinol After All Other
Medicine Had Failed.
') ! t i t a sill!
Mrs. B. Schoenberg,
325 TWENTIETH STREET.
David O. P.OMin-on. county
r .f i'i aula'ort. K.v.. writes: "I
Wjwa.s very much run :own from over
jjijwoik. and suffered from indigestion
jJand a tvere nervous trouble. The
id j medicines prescribed all failed to help
)me. and I er.uld net take cod liver oil
tujor emulsions, as the greasy mixtures
j up.se t my stouiach. One of our county
j officials 1elI me about your delicious
jcol liver preparation, Vinol. and what
it had done for him. I decided to try
i it. and in a remarkably short time I
was a wtil man. Y.nol built me,, up,
cured my stomach and nervous trou
ble and I have not been so well for
Now at Davenport.
, THAT'S ALL.
yj- j years.
Our lo-al druggist, II. O. Rolfs, sayc,
"Vinol cures conditions like this be
cause it positively contains in a higlily
concentrattd foirn all of the vitality
making and body-building properties
of col liver oil actually taken from
fresh cods' livers, and without a drop
of oil to upset the stomach and rets rd
"We ask every run down, nervous,
debilitated, aged or weak person in
Rock Island and every person suffer
ing from stubborn colds, hanging on
coughs, bronchitis or incipient con-
N 1575 Y
jsurciticn to try Vinol on our guaran
tee to rr turn year money if it fails to
give satisfaction. II. O. Rolfs, Harper
r " IIouco pharmacy."
oroaaway i-resDytenan. The men 3
club will hold a banquet this evening
111 the Sunday school room at (':
o clock. I ne Lane Forest Clee club
will bo the entertainers.
J uesday evening the South Park
chapel service will be held at 7::0.
Miss Long and Percy Fry will lead
1 ne annual congregational meeting
... : 1 1 1 . i . 1 .1 1 - ,
nu;--ne m Wednesday evening a
..-. o clock. Keports will be read and
election of officers will take place.
Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock
the Ladies' Aid society will meet with
Mrs. Woods. 815 Twenty-third street
rnday afternoon at 1 o'clock the
Junior association meets in the Sun
lay school room. Miss. Sarah Wako
fiei l will conduct the meeting.
United Presbyterian. The annua:
congregational meeting will be helt
Wednesday evening. Reports of the
church woik will be read and officers
1 rinity Episcopal. The
guild will meet in the c
Tuesday at 2 o'clock.
Trinity guild will meet Wednesday
at 2:30 o'clock in the choir room.
The vestry wifl meet at. the rectory
Thuisday evening at S o'clock.
. SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
fXo.'uty news, written or tele-phoned
to ihe society editor of The ArKiis, will
he prhidly received and published, jiut
in eitiier e:ise the identity of the sender
must be mmle known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices should bear sig
nature and address.J
Miss La.-kin Recites. The pupils of
Villa de Chantal were charmingly en
tertained yesterday afternoon at an
informal recital given by Miss Anna
Irene I.arkin, assisted by Miss Hen
riet Weber and Miss Harriet Lark.n.
The program was opened by a number
of sencs rendered by Miss Harriet
I.arkin, after which Miss Anna Lar
kin rendered "Enoch Arden," with mu
sical accompaniment by Miss Weber,
the program being closed with more
songs by Miss Harriet Larkin. Need
less to say the program was delight
ful in the extreme. Miss Larkin's dra
matic work was finished and masterful,
while Miss Weber's artistic rendition
of thp accompaniment added much to
the effect. Miss Hattie Larkin's full
soj-ratio voice was shown to great ad
vantage in the numbers selected, the
song-j being rendered with great feel
ing and power.
Silver Wedding Anniversary. -Mr
and Mrs. Richard C. Clark, 1013 Nine
teenth street. Saturday afternoon and
evening celebrated the 23th anniver-
X'Jt SPv .fet. jtffkW t4m 9K
WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
Never before have you had
such a golden opportunity to
dress in such rich raiment at
such a trifling cost.
Cut Price Clothing Co.
SHOES AND FURNISHINGS,
1620 Second Ave. Rock Island.
LOOK FOR THE BIG GREEN
Wednesday, April 4, at 9 a. m.
Worth of Rea iy-to-Wear Clothing, Furnishings and
Shoes for Mm, Boys and Children, to be sold at our
building for l33 than cost for the next 10 days.
Save This and Wait Until Wednesday. April
4, at 9 a. m. We are Overstocked.
Prices will reach Lowest
Remember the date and mark
it well. Wednesday, April 4,
inaugurates this big gigantic
10 day sale.
Cut Price Clothing Co.
SHOES AND FURNISHINGS,
1620 Second Ave. Rock Island.
LOOK FOR THE BIG GREEN
Rock Island's greatest outfitters in clothing, shoes and gents' furnishing goods, to be sold in the fo'lowing 10 days. Beginning Wednesday,
April 4, Thursday, April 5, Friday, April 6, Saturday, April 7, Monday, April 9, Tuesday, April 10, Wednesday, April 11, Thursday, April 12, Friday,
April13, Saturday, April ,14. Look for the big green canvas front. Owing to the bad weather we have been having we are bound to have a backward
season, and as we have overstocked ourselves on spring goods we tak this means of disposing of same, kt this season of the yearwhenall mer
chants are exacting the highest prices for their goods, to throw upon the market this gigantic sale, which will positively cease in 10 days. The build
ing is now closed to mark down and rearrange this mammoth stock of c'othing, shoes and furnishing goods, and will open Wednesday, April 4, for
10 days only.
rice Clotkin Co.,
1620 Second Ave.,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
The best and greatest values on earth now stare you in th4 face. The only question is, can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, overlook
a chance like this to save at least one-half the price you will be obliged to pay the regular dealer for high grade spring and summer merchandise
for men and boys. Use good, common sense with which nature has endowed you. Come and see with your own eyes and be convinced. This will
be a sale without parallel; a tremendous stock, -merged into one grand offering, and all going for less than the actual cost of the raw material. It
will pay you to come a hundred miles to visit this sale. Excursion rites on all roads. Prices we qtote be;ow are only a few of the many thous
ands of bargains, but will give you an idea of the many values that we are giving. Remember, no postponement. All goods herein priced can be
brought back at any time and exchanged or jour money refunded for the asking. Read our guarantee on the bottom of this advertisement. Save
it and take it home. Read every price quoted. Mske out a list of what you want and avail yourse'f of the opportunity offered you to save more
than one-half of the regular values.
A line suit of clothes, all to match, worth ?S or your money re-
funded, during this gigantic saie at
v2.SS This will secure for yu.; e1
good durable suits, made up or
of merit and fashion
$3.93 for men's business suits, an immense rang,
in small checks and plaids and mingled effects.
breasted sack styles. These a:e certainly the grandest
values in the state at the price S3. OS
$3.93 for men's fine suits, com;; rising a grand assortment of single
and double breasted sack suits, in black, blue and brown cheviots;
t-ome solid worsteds in grey and brown, nobby tweed mixtures in all
: ire of many patterns of men's
;1 strong fabrics
of fancy mixtures
Single and double
the newest and most desirable shades.
a1! superbly tailored; coats
l'ltncn taced hnisheu; perfect lit guaranteed values that are
equal in every respect to suits that sell for $12.50; our price. -S6.88
$9.98 lor men's line dress suits, extra line equal in every respect to
tine custom work. This season's best style and best sellers, in cassi
meres. Serges and Scotch mixtures. Better value or better made
garments have never been offered by any concern in Illinois. We
claim them to he the equal of any $10.50 garment
in the market, for this sale for only grj C)g
At $11.4C you are free to choose any summer suit or light weight fall
oveicoat of our $22.50 and $23.00
grades; during this sale at SX1 'IS
Bays' two-piece su-its, single anr, double breasted jacket's SI. 30
Boys" suits, double and single breasted styles; material the best grade,
well made and well trimmed throughout, positively
worth $;.U0; during this sale at enly SI. 69
The novelty in styles is artistic and elegant, garments
that were sold at $0.00; all go in this sale at S3. 98
$3-97 S() distinct effects in boy's ultra fashionable knee pants suits,
in all the swellest of novelties and
staple styles; sale price g rjy
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS.
o.00, men's shirts, with cellars on and collars off, worth up to
put in one lot a: your
idrna r.gyptian balbnggan underwear, worth i!5e;
sale price : .
A thousand dozen men's balbriggan underwear rnd men's ribbed thirts
and dravers. in many shades, all are finished in the best possible man
ner, all sizes, regular 75c value;
during this sale your choice 3S
Thousands of dozens of hig i grade underwear, all will be placed
cn stile for 10 days at the same proportionate prices.
Men's linen collars
Men's suspenders, worth 25c, only
Men's susper.utra, worth "5c, only
Men's ruspenders, v.-ortb 75c,
Men's Locks, worth 15c, only..
Men's seeks, v.or'Ji 10c. only..
Men's socks, worth 25?, only..
Men's socks, worth G5c. cnlv..
SI illl -..!,-
.'lens lancy .-r.iiris. regular price 75c. only
Men's fancy and dies:- shins, worth $1.25, only
Men's fancy and dres.r, shirts, worth $1.50, only
Men's neckwe-ar, worth :15c, ouly
Men's neckwear, worth 75c, only
100 dozen nun's bordered and hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, sale price
100 dozen men's handkerchiefs, same as above, only finer ...
1,500 extra fine grade white and cclored bordered men's hand
kerchiefs, regular price 10c. on sale specially at
1.000 pure linen white handkerchiefs, neatly
hemstitched, regular 25c grade, for
250 men's umbrellas, t lie 50c kind, sale price
Our entire stock of overalls and jumpers, worth 75e and
$1.00, during this gigantic sale
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES.
Men's shoes and oxfords for b.!.:i::c.s.s wear that means service
v j:th $2.51. :;!,, prico
and comfort, all newest shop
We offer the best shoe on the maii.e;
any $4.00 make, latest toes aiiu siyles
leathers, all go in this big sale for
Men's shtcs and oxfords, made of the very
Forrdere's famous Viei and Iug n 's !;:; :
all widths an 1 ehcer rnd all ft; ':;
regular price $5.i :, sale price
Boys' shoes and oxfords in all the up-to-date
and shapes a nice shoe for S-tnday wear;
Russian calf. etc. They are far the best of
market, and they come in all sizes and widths, worth from $2.50
to $3.00. Come and pick them out for from $2.9S to Z
Men's Fedora, Tuxedo and Tourist shape hats, selected from lota
where there was only one or two left and combined, making a total of
about 250 hats, worth from $1.25 to $1.5o.
during this sale your choice, each
Mens felt hats, black and oolo.a, all new shapes,
values up to $1.75, sale price
Men's felt hats, values up to $3.00, sale price
price certainly equal to
i ae latest
finest leath r. including
leathers. They come in
leathern, new Myle toe
regular patent leather,
any tdioe brought to this
Men's fine hats.
tamped price y:5.50, sale piice
BOYS' KNEE PANTS.
3oo pairs of hoys' knee pants, woith up to C5c, sale price
500 pairs of boys' knee pants, regular price 75c. sale juice ....
A consolidation of several lines of boys' pants, value $l.oo and
$1.25, consolidation sale price only .w pair
500 pairs of boys' knee pants, the kind that wear, sale price ...
500 pairs of boys' pants, sale pm'o
Men's latest stylo cashmere and fancy worsted pants, all shades
andsizea. regular price $2.00, ali go in in this sale at
Fine fancy and plain worsted pants that sold for
?.i.io ana si.oo, sale price
Men's pants of eassimere, in desirable patterns.
regular price $1.75, at
LOOK FOR THE BIG GREEN SIGN.
EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS. FARE PAID TO EACH AND EVERY PURCHASER OF $25.00 OR OVER.
Owing to the reputation established by The Cut Price Clothing company as merchants of high grade dependable merchandise these prices
are as represented, and not in any way exaggerated to the advertisement, and buyers can have money refunded for any reason whatsoever if not
satisfactory to the purchaser. OUR GUARANTEE: We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment ev
ery price and every statement hcra rnade.and we will exchange any purchasf unsatisfactory for any reason whatsoever Every article every gar
ment in the house marked in plain figures. OXE PRICE TO ALL. SALE POSITIVELY OPENS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4 AT !) O CI OCK A M
ut price: ei.OTHiM(n cno
1620 Second Avenue R.ock Island. Illinois I
,..m.j,,,ct.. , . Jr
saiy of their marriage. About forty invi
tations were issued. The various rooms
were very prettily decorated, lavender
and violet being the general color
scheme. Festoons of lavender were
suspended from the chandeliers, and
aught up with bunches of violets, with
ferns scattered here and there through
out the room. On the dinner table
were great bunches of carnations and
fe rns. A course dinner was served at
o'clock, and the evening was spent
in social enjoyments. Many beautifu
presents were left the hostess.
Birthday Anniversary. Miss Goldie
McDonald v.a.3 reminded by a large
company or mends Friday nig.it or
her birthday anniversary, young peo
ple frora both Rock Island and Moline
gathering at her home, 522 Sixth
street. The evening was passed with
games and music and numerous beau
tiful presents were let the hostess by
Gives Recepfon. Mrs. Hattie Coi
burn, at her home, 2S09 Ninth avenue
Saturday afternoon from 4 to C o'clock
gave a reception for Mrs. Ada Flint
Farrell. The afternoon was spent in
a pleasant social way and luncheon
Give Card Party. Home Tribunal
No. 1 of the Fraternal Tr:bune3 will
give a card party at O ld Fellows' hall
tomorrow evening. This social affai:
is for members only and the games will
be followed by dancing. Refreshments
will be served.
Carlson-EHis. Saturday evening at
the parsonage of the First Baptist
church Rev. H. W. Reed united in mar
riage Miss Ida D. Carlson and James
H. Ellis, both of South Rock Island.
O, E. S, Sewing Circle. The O. E
S. Sewing circle meets tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock at the Masonic temple.
Ordinary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Eck'ctric Oil in the medicine
chest. Heals burns. cuts, bruises,
sprains. Instant relief.
. TO THE KANSAS FORT
Forty-nine Pass Through Here Over
Rock Island Paying Penalties of
Passing through Rock Island about
midnight last night were 49 prisoner'
who were being taken frorn Fort fi'ier
idan to Fort Leavenworth for conline
ment. They were accompanied by
about a third as many officers. Most
of them are paying the penalty of de
sertion anrl false enlistment and their
terms of penal nervice are from 2 years
upward.' They were bound together in