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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1907.
ciothes That Are Up to Now
YOU are interested in the "Now" styles clothes that show the very latest touches of
novelty. We have them made by the very best makers of ready-to-wear clothes in America.
Nothing so distinctive and original is to be seen this season as you will find in these garments.
They show style from every curve it is a delight to try them on, and we invite you to do it. We will
gladly put our time against yours that you may become closely acquainted with the merits of these
For suits that represent the newest dictations of fashion in a quality that insures permanent satisfaction.
Manhattan and Emery.
Negligee and Plaited Shirts.
Coat Shirts cuffs attached antf
Madras, Cheviots and Percales.
We have them in all patterns, fancy
and neat stripes and checks.. Light
and dark effects.
Our assortment is immense.
Prices 50c to $5
Ask to see Our Dollar Shirts.
Children's Wash Suits
All the swell styles and fabrics.
Bring the boy. We will do the
50c to $3.50
Men's suits (broken lots) worth up to
This lot comprises checks, plaids, . stripes,
grays, browns, etc. Your pick for
Come and look over this lot of suits it's
worth your while.
It's a money-saving investment.
$3 to $7.50 saved on a suit.
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Union suits in cotton and lisle
thread, mercerized, in all different
styles, short sleeves, long sleeves, knee
$1.00 to $3.00
Two piece garments B. V. D. Under
wear coat styles, button all way down
in front and sleeveless; drawers knee
length. Other garments in blue, cream,
green, ecru, white, pink, 25c to $3.00
See our special values at 50c, posi
tively worth 75c.
We show nothing but dependable garments.
An ugly roof will spoil the prettiest
house. A hat chosen with poor
taste will detract from any man's
appearance. The HOPKINS STRAW
HATS will make you look like your
50c to $ 10
For Men and Boys. The prope
widths in tan, blacks and grays.
Sizes 26 to 50. All styles of
buckles ; '
50c to $1.50
Our 50c Belt is Great Value.
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BREAK THE STREAK.
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('rofkttl, lb ...
V(K' 1, 21)
Lf nuiii, c . . . .
Fl-c t, p
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Total :: s 27 11 '!
Doraiur o o o o n n n n i i
Clinton ii 2 o ii ii 1 ".
Two liaso hit Ki.u- Thru1 lia. o
hit Viwl. St ruck (.utI?y llanlon.'
6; by Flc-t, fi. Paacs m balls Oil'
tiaiiion, :!; oif P"k' t. ::. I.tft m las'-j
lVratur, !: Clinton. S. Hit by iitci
pd ball Ky llanlon, '1. Doulilf jiliy
Kl t to Crockett. Sacrifice hit Dm!
Icy. Tinu1 1:I!0. I'miiirc (J'Coiin. II.
Simir Itltl Story.
DilhlKIuc, June H. Jones' bases 01
balls in t he "first inning ami rank er
rors in latter innings lo.-,t lor Dubuque.
Shuhz, if ..
liosse, lb . . .
Uuig. cf ...
Genius, LM) .
Klina:. ::i ...
Jolles, p ....
Hewer, "b . .
Es?an. L'b ...
Erickson. c .
It. II. V. A. E
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Tell Them You Know!
You may tell yet friends,
on out "say-so," that when
they buy a package of the
genuine A buckles' Afiosa
Coffee they get the best of the
No coffee of equal quality can be
sold in this town for the same price,
whether it be sold out of a bag or a bin,
or under some romantic trade-mark.
You may tell them you know and that
Arbuckle Brothers, the greatest coffee
dealers in the world, will stand for it.
ARBUOKtE BROS., Xw York City.
. 1 II 0 4 ii
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Total 'J 11 27 14 ::
Dubuque II 0 1 II 1 I II 2 II ."
Peoria I! II ll I) n 1 1 1 't
Two base hit Ward. Three has"
hit Hewt r. liases on balls Off Jem s.
oft" Ward. ::. Hit by pitched ball
Iritis?. Struck out Hy Jones, 2: !v
Ward, ii. Double play Derringer to
Swacina. Stolen br.:;rs Sliultz. (leu
ins, lkuar. Umpire Allen. Time
Hit INiorlv. Hut Win.
Cedar Kapids. June 14. Cedar Rap
ids won from Bloominton, T to ;'.
Pitcher Humes allowed but four hit,
thn-e of which were in the sixth inning.
CEO A It KAPIDS
Clevinser, ss .
Hndabaugh, p ..
Jt. II. P. A.
Total 5 4 2t
IU.OO.MINCJTON. AIJ.lt. II. P. A. E.
Donovan, rf 1 1 0 0 J
Snyder, ss II 1 1 0
Herbert. lib t 1 0 2 (I
Syfert, If I) 1 1 0 0
Peck, lb 0 0 15
Craham. cf 1 1 2
Ebiight. 2b 1
Wilson, o 0 2 2
Humes, p 0 1 0
Total ii 21 ir i
Cedar Rapids ...0 (10 0 0 4 1 0
nioomington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 .
Stolen bases Shaw, Howard. Eb
right. Two base hit Howard. Double
plays Snyder to Beck, Boyle to Clev
inger. Struck out By RadabauRh, fi;
by Humes, 2. Bases on balls 0T
ltadabaugh, 1; off Humes, 7. Umpire
MISS KNOTT TIES
WITH MISS PUTNAM
But Five on the Links in Ladies' Hand
icap Tournament at Rock Is
land Arsenal Club.
The woman's handicap tournament
at the Rock Island Arsenal Coif club
yesterday afternoon resulted in a tkj
between Miss Nott and Miss Putnam,
with a net score of lull. An additional
match will be necessary to decide the
tie. Miss Nott also made a gross score
of li:j, equaling the best score made
this year, and tying with Miss Nancy
Crace for the possession of the best
score medal. The scores in the match
were as follows:
Cross. Hep. Xet
. .11:; 4 10!)
. . 1 ;'.4 2.1 103
. .i:i:i 20 IP!
Miss Adah Martin .
Mrs. Frank Mixter .
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen
Do Not Neglect the Children.
At this season of the year the first
unnatural looseness of a child's bowels
should have immediate attention. The
best thing that can be given is Cham
borlain's Colic, Colera and Diarrhoea
Remedy followed by castor oil a3 dl
rected with each bottle of the remedy
For sole by all druggists.
RECORD OF THE
Rock Island 27 12
Decatur 2:5 IS
Springfield 21 14
Peoria 21 1"
Cedar Rapids 21 17
Clinton IS 20
Rloomington 10 21
Dubuque ii SI
Chicago P2 15
Cleveland S2 17
Detroit 20 17
Philadelphia 25 22
New York 20 24
St. Louis 19 29
Washington 14 2S
Boston 15 31
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 3C 10
New York 31 14
Philadelphia 27 IS
Cincinnati 19 28
Boston 18 28
TI I REE-EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island, S; Springlield, C.
Clinton, S; Decatur, 0.
Dubuque, 5: Peoria. !t.
Cedar Rapids. 5; Bloomington. S.
X A T IOXAL LE AC. U E.
Chicago, i; Brooklyn, 2.
Cincinnati, 5: Philadelphia. 2.
St. Louis, 1 ; B.ioton. 0.
Pittsburg-Now York, rain.
A M 1 2RIC AX LE AG U E.
Xew York. S; Chicago, 4.
Philadelphia. 5; Cleveland, (5.
Indianapolis, 5-3; Minneapolis, n-4.
Columbus, 2-3; Kansas City, 1-4.
Louisville. 0; St. Paul, 1.
Toledo-Detroit, wet grounds.
Terre Haute. 2: Wheeling. 1.
South Bend. 1 : Springfield. 3.
Evansvillc-Canton, wet grounds.
Grand Rapids, 0; Dayton, 1.
Des Moines, 12; Pueblo. 9.
Omaha, 8; Sioux City. S.
Lincoln, 4; Dtnver. 3 (10 innings).
Burlington, 0; Oskaloosa, 2.
Waterloo. 15; Quincy. 2.
Keokuk, 1; Ottuniwa. 2.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
addition. Rock Island. $1.7ut. '
Roik Island Lumber & Manufactur
ing company to Clara I'.-der lot
St'hc nermann's Twenty -second street
addition. Rock Uland. $1.'25.
E. II. W.hster mid li. 11. Webster to
Mary A. Weiister :outh '-2. nornnve!
S.c. 21, 1!. 1 v:. $::.
Moiilie, East -Yi dine Ac Watertown
Railway cotnnanv to Peonies Saving-;
Bank Ai Trust company lot 12, block T.
lot 27. block S, Cauy's Fii.st addition.
Emil Schi: be: 1, et al to Ant 1:1
Schii bcrl ast S." feet lot C. block 11
Real Estate Transfers.
Carl Dialle to Gust Dralle und. --
lot 14, block 1S9, Town of East Molin
Clara A. Feder to Hugh K. Walker
lot 8. John G. Scheuermann's Twenty
second street addition, Rock Island,
Ellen Considine to Eli DeRue lot 2.
Considine's snbdiv., Moline, $1.S00.
Edwin E. Warren to Julius Grympii-
nrez. nart southeast soutneast i.
Sec. 25, 18, 1 west, part northeast '..
northeast 4. Sec. 3G, IS, 1 west, $:i.50n.
Joseph L. Haas to Liniager & Mryer
east 35 feet lot C, block 11. Spencer &
Cases' addition. Rock Island, $C.0')u.
Conrad Lininger to Robert A. Smyth
part lot 6, block 11, Spencer & Cases
addition. Rock Inland, ?L
Marv A. Dalv to Henry Roehr lot
block 1, Rodman's subdivision, Hale'sr
AND NEARY SIGN UP
Agree to Match Winner Take All, Be
fore Milwaukee Club
fir caused bv IndirresHnrL If mti f
littfa too much, cr if you are subject to
attacKs ot inaires:!on. you nave no doubt
r.aa snortness or tireatn, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation cf the heart.
Indigestion causes the etnmar.li tn
expand swell, and puff up against tha
nearc. i ms crowes me neaix ana inter
feres with its action, and in the course of
t.me the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat, takes tha strain off
cf the heart, and contributes nourishment.
Etrengtn ana neaitn to every organ of thu
TT T .1 : a : t- tf
Chicago, June 11. The match be
tween Parky McFarland and Charlij
N'eary was clinched yesterday, the
managers of the fighters meeting l:t
Milwaukee and quickly coming
terms. They will fight ten rounds be
fore Tom Andrews' Badger Athletic
club, of Milwaukee, the night of June
2S. They will box for a percentage of
the gate receipts, the winner to take
nil. Neary posted his forfeit imme
diately the articles wire signed.
Harry Gilmore, Jr., manager of the
local scrapper, will put his protege at
hard training work at once. McFar
land's hands are in good condition once
more, and he will enter the ring in the
best of shape.
btomach. Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stoma. and Diges
tive Tract, Nervous Dy6pepsi ' Catarrh
of the Stomach. V , .
After eatine, my food would distress me by malcfnff
my heart palpitate and I would become ery weak.
Finally 1 got a bottie of Kodol and it eae me Imme
diate relief. After using a few bottles I am cured.
MRS. LORING NICHOLS. Penn Van. N. Y.
I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I
had heart trouble with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure for about (our months and it cured me.
D. KAUBLE. Nerada, a
Digests What You Eat
Spencer & Case's addition,
oar Ptattftcfc. blca
Inn of f.
Prpr4 ftt tM Lftb
ntory et S.O .DWlt
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Plays Golf at 88 Years.
Though nearing his ninetieth year an
English Karl is Mill an active and pro
ficient golfer, and he is considered the
youngest old man in that country. The
secret of his yonthftilness lies in the
fact that he has always taken good
care of his health. Sickness makes
people age very fast, and for that rev
f-on we want every person desirous o:
recovering their health again to com
mence taking Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters. It will make the stomach and
digestive organs strong and health,
prevent the bowels from becoming con
st ipated or the liver sluggish, and in
duce sound sleep. You are then on
the right road to health. The Bitters
has been proving for over 53 years that
it can cure dyspepsia, indigestion,
heart burn, sick headache, kidney troti
bleF, female ills or malaria, fever anj
ague. We guarantee it absolutely
There is no case of indigestion, no
matter how obstinate, that will not be
speedily relieved by the use of Kodo.
Kodol contains the same Juices fount
in a healthy stomach. Conforms to tha
Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold br