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ARGUS, I FBIDAT. MAY 20, 1892
spring lamb at H.
Reidy Bros., ad.
Bananas at Browner'a.
Odd lot sale Tbe Boston.
Illustrated "Ben Hut" June 7.
Rugs at Clemaon & Salzmann's.
$1.63 s&le again The Uoeton.
Rags at Clemann & Salzmann'a.
Odd lot sale, $2.85 The Boston.
Nice fresh strawberries at Browner'a.
Nice bananas and oranges at Young's
All tbe society people take part in "Ben
Bur" June 7. . ,
Lamb, lamb, lamb,
Two games tomorrrow, EvansTille vs
Ring np 1184 and order your Sunday
seat H. Schroeder.
Call tomorrow, make your selections-
get them Saturday M. fc K.
A pretty line of children's caps can be
wen at Lloyd & Stewart's. ,
.Mice eaung apples, bananas, oranges
and strawberries at Lang's.
Remember tbe dancing school at Ar
morr hall Saturday evening.
Fine cauliflower, wax and string beans,
tomatoes at the May grocery.
A walking advertisement every pair
of shoes bought at the M. & K
There are more $6 grades than $5 in
the $4 shoe sale at the M. & K.
All day Saturday we offer again a ladies'
92.50 shoe tor $163 The Boston.
Umbrellas and Mackintosh coats in
great variety at Lloyd & 8 lew art 'a.
The finest cuts and roasts in the city
at H. Schroder's, 223 Twentieth atreet.
Wax beans, peas, asparagus, lettuce,
tomatoes and new potatoes at Young's.
Everything tbe market affords in the
frees vegetable line at the May grocery.
Wanted - Nice room in a private
family. Inquire at W. U. telegraph
Dancing school at Armory hall Satur
day night Go and enjoy a pleasant eve
ning. Chance of a lifetime to buy a $3 or $4
ladies' fine shoe for $2.35 at the -Boston's
odd lot sale.
Harry Smythe has had a telephone
plactd in his restaurant and sample room,
the number 1017.
J. A. Tuttle. general freight agent of
the C. R. I. & P., was in the city yes
terday on business.
Mrs. Catherine Farrell and Miss Mamfe
Costello returned yesterday from a short
visit to friends in Chicago.
A reward of $3 will be paid for tbe re
tarn of my black spaniel dog. Arthur
Burrall, 1303 Third avenue.
With our $2 35 odi lot sale, and $1 68
special sale, we offer a ladies' hand turned
Russet Oxford at 75c tha Boston.
sutcune invites all looking for wall
paper to examine his large and beautiful
stock, which is going at bed-rock prices,
Sutciiffe invites all looking for wall
paper to examine his large and beautiful
stock, which is going at bed rock prices.
Andrew Hansen and wife will leave
the first ot the week for York Beach,
Me., where they expect to spend the sum
Let your children go to the game of ball
tomorrow, the price is only 10 cents for
children and ladies. Game called at 10
Our $1 68 sale was a great success last
Saturday. We offer one more chance of
laying a $2 50 shoe for $1.60. The
Positively all ladies' fine hand turned
shoes in odd pairs or odd lots, worth
from $3 to $4 go at $2 35 on Saturday
Charles McHugh and wife returned
home last night from Denver after be.
ing delayed nearly a wees on account of
the heavy rains in the west.
Our boys are playing good ball, and
they should be encouraged by the pres
ence of a large crowd when they meet the
Evansvilles this afternoon.
Miss Beatrice Koehler, daughter of
Capt. Robert Koehler, has returned from
Detroit where she has been the past eight
months attending a conservatory of
You can get at Long's tomorrow, green
peas, wax beans, lettuce, cucumbers,
beats, new potatoes, cauliflower, pota
toes and a fine supply of home grown
Clemann & Salzmann just unpacked
BG0 ruys this morning which they will
sell at prices that it will pay the people
to carry them away . Call early while the
stock is complete.
The doll carnival at Ninth 8treet M.
I. church, given by tbe children's Ep-
wortb league, was a grand success. Tte
eburcli was crowded, and everyone went
away well pleased.
The Rock Island Flambeau club is gril
ling actively for : the Fourth of July
parade, and will meet tonight. Later in
the season when tbe campaign gets warml
the Flambeaux will become a politics
auxiliary. Odd tat Sale We offer everything in
odd paii s or lots of ladies fine hand turned
shoes at $2 35 tomorrow worth from
$3 00 t $4 00. Come and see if we
can't fit you The Bostn.
If you have ever had a pair of M. &
K.'s$6 or $6.50 shoes, compare them
with tho te they haye placed on sale at $4,
from 9 1.) 10 Saturday. They are the
very same. Make your selection today.
The T vin-City Columbian committee
of 21 men tonight at the rooms of the
Rock Isli.nd Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation to he-r toe reports of the tub
commutes with reference to the Fourth
of July celebration.
l ane y ur choice from H. & K s. en
tire stock none are reserved not even
those beautiful patent leather, bronze
cloth and black cloth tops, or their cele
brated $6 foot-forms. Everything goes
at $4 front 9 to 10 tomorrow M.' & K.
Don't f i.U to call around to the Club
Saturday night and see.on our large black
board the reports by innings of tbecham
pionship game of biliards between Frank
C. Ives an 1 George F. Slossor.. It will
be juBl as interesting as if y ju were in a
reserved scat at the Central Music hall at
THE SECRET OF BEAUTY!
In What It Really Consists.
THK NATIONAL GAME.
Direct) T the ifeaeal Clwb Meet
Twi Karnes Tosnarraw.
At a mee'Jng of the board of directors
of the Twit City ball team last evening,
it was decided to play yesterday's post
poned gam 3 tomorrow morning, which
will be especially for school children who
cannot alter, d during the week. An ad
mission fee of only 10 cents is to be
charged and nothing extra to the grand
stand which will be reserved for ladies
ana little girls. A number of other
matters look ng to the accommodation of
the patrons f the game were attended to
and plans for the completion of the
grounds at once, were adopted. '
1 be game this afternoon is probably
being played nnder disadvantages on ac
count of the disagreeable weather.
Two games tomorrow.
liottenms. Peoria's new fielder, is a
hard hitler and a good base runner.
1 be manage ment has decided to play
two games tomorrow one at 10 a. m.
and one at 3 .83 p. m.
ibe announcement of the arrival of
McGairk in lat.t night's Argus was prem.
alure. Tbe hope, perhaps, became fath
er to tbe assertion.
It is said that the Joliet management
Las $100 each laid aside for the members
of the convict team if they succeed in
winning the "leauut."
"Bracket t's Farmers" is the way the
Terre Haute C azette speaks of its local
team, and yet that club is playing com
paratively good ball.
Marshal Lock is hunting for Rasper
Jasper Dale with a club. Tbe pair were
standing in frot t of the Tremont house
yesterday when Dale took a chunk of
betswax and mixed it np in tbe marshal's
wniHKers, than twisted it into a rope,
1 be marshal dida t discover tne trick for
awhile, but whe l he did he was fighting
ma. vuincy nig.
Billy Gibson the backer of Tommy
Ryan is endeavoring to arrange a meeting
between Ryan and Billy Hawkins. Ryan
is anxious to meet him and tbe match if
arranged will probably be for $1,000 a
side. They also contemplate giving the
local sports son etbing in tbe way of
sport in tbe near future.
An Interesting Interview with a Gen
tleman who has Made It a Life Study.
(S . Y. Recorder.)
There has besn far too Httls attention given to
the question of women's complexions and
women's beauty ; not that the world haa been In
sensib'e to beauty ,f o-clled, bat that It hat aim ays,
since the days of Cleopatra, looked npon it from a
wrong standpoint. The beautiful shades of color
which appear In the pretty woman's complexion
are always attractive; bat how few women, and
how infinitely fewer men understand their canses 1
I bad s pleasant chat with a gentleman recently
wnojhas made a life stndy of this subject, and I
give you his views because I believe th m to be
valuable. . .
Dr. John H. Woodbury, resident of the ter.
oatolocical Institute. 125 West Fnrtv-aernnrl
ttrett. New York City, and investor of Woodbury's
r acial soap lor me sum. scaip ana complexion,
has probably done more toward tnhacctng the real
Beauty 01 women tnan any oiner man in Amer
lea. Ha said:
"Sow many really and naturally beautiful
women ao we meet? very rew. Most women,
even young women, have sal ow complexions,
lack of color, freckles, blackheads in fact, most
oi meimngs wnicn render inem unattractive to
their relatives, friends, lovers or hnsbands. They
know it themselves Jost as well as any one can.
And what do they do? Powder, paint, nse cos
metics ; some even use arsenic i owders ; in fact,
anything they hear of that cn possibly make the
surface of the skin attractive, there resort to
enemels and the thousand devices invented by
charlatans for beautifying the surface and really
producing modern white sepulchres. There rever
was a greater ml take. Beauty arises from good
health, care and the u-e of Just the right things.
I will admit that s me healtuy women Lave irreg
ular features, bnt few heal thy women have sallow
complexions or bad color These things arise be
cause tne oiooa is lot neanny, tnroooinz and
pure, and because the female organs of life are
not doing ibelr duty. Any woman who desires to
become beautiful should look to these thing
rather than to any outward appearance, and the
outward appearance will take care of itself.
"What shonld she do? First of all, consider her
health, consult the proper authority and use the
right remedy. I know there are very many
ways in which women try to preseive health,
bnt I reail believe there is but one way,
and that la to keep tbe organs rf the bo&y
healthy. I also know that there are many things
that claim to do this; perhaiis many of them
are very good; but one thing that I know from
my own experience that is exceedingly valcable
is Warner's Safe Cure. I have used it Dersonailv.
and have also recommended its nse to iriends.
and the results bave been more than satisfactory.
"It is said that a tree is known bv its fruits. If
women who were once unat racttve have been
transformed Into blooming nealth and beauty,
there is a reason for tt, is there not? And the
reason is usually to be found in imnroved health.
strength and vigor, which come only from develop
ing and rtrengtheninz the organs which sustain
neaitn. 'inesc are at tne basis or all female
health and beauty."
I was greitly impressed by the sincerity and in
telligence of the doctor, and I believe if American
women would follow his suggestion ihey might
become, as they deserve to be. the most beautiful
women in the world .
Prints - "
The Leonard Cleanable .
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine. Bold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
"Ben Hur" at Harper's theatre June 7
Rugs at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Rugs at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Staunch ships strike and founder, the fierce
winds and mountainous wavts sweep noble
mariners' "hearts of oak" to chipwreck and to
death, yet that does not prevent the lubberliesl
landsman from risking his life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial traveler.
But if he shall reach his destination safely he will
scarcely have escaped some of the quaims of sea
sickness, un'.ess he takes with him Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, that inimitable specific for nau
sea. Bad water on long trips are a threat to the
voyager, bnt this may be deprived in a great
measure of its disordering effects npon the stom
ach, bowel and liver by tae Bitters, Against the
prcjudieal effects of malaria baa diet, f&tiiraa and
exposure it is also effiotcious. It averts, more i
over, rheumatism and kidney complaint. Don't
travel on sea or land without lu
JOH renovating the
entire system, eliminating
all Poisons from the Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, this prep
aration has no equal. . .
Rugs at Clcmat n & Salzmann's.
Norman Litchy, Des Moines, Iowa.
Dear Sir: A box of Headache Capsules
were nanaea to m 9 ana I have used them
wun periect sue cess. They cannot be
recommenaea to Highly. - Could not
possibly do without them in my house.
I recommend there to sufferers with this
common though hrnble complaint.
J. EN8IS3, Kalamazoo, Mich.
rot sale by all druggists. Hartz &
iiabnsen wholesale agents.
If you feel w jak. tired, and all rnn
down. Hood's Sareaparilla is just what
you need to build tip strength and Durifv
"For eighteen months I had an
eating sore en my tongue. I was
treated by best local fhysuian.;
but ebtained no relief; the sore
gradually grew worse. I finally
took S. S. .S, and was entirely
cured after using a few bottles."
C. B. McLemope,
TREATISE on Blood andSkia
Diseases mailed free.
Thb Swift Spbcific Co.,
New styles of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciiiars. All biands of tobacco
The score of all the ball games will bs received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
18f 8 Second ue
One case Standard Prints
These are not the cheap
trash usually sold at 4
1 -2c, but are regular 6
l-2c goods. Quantity
limited to each customer.
Some interring fabrics
large lot of Ribbons.
5, 7, at 3 centB nPrr,.j
9, 12. 16, at 5 cents per "v.o
Very low piiceson rather l&
grade of Ribbons, ia fLt n
viygood. howler the! J 2
many uses to which they J
MOTH PROOF BAGS
You are probi
wondering how to safely keen tkJT
iou are probablv nhn .u-
n t ..f.i: I" ,u "0!
the mmmpr nu. -l- v
vWUo. vi wooien garments W V
solved the problem by obtaining
proof bag in two sizes; prirei
ble 60c and 60c; no odor cl ng,
ments kept in these bags. EM-
Rock Island. Illinois.
1525 and 1527
124, 12G and 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a cood knif trv nno
o . ,9ne nee not toId what a nic present an elecant Carrinz
Set like those I have to show will h. a i an t h na
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keens bona wnnra nno w rnnirVif Trnn
finish Fire Sets and Irons. 6
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for
gaaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I hav to show von
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock T?land.
Pair of Ladies'
in the Store
Saturday, May 21
Rugs at Clemann & Salzmann's.
"Speak this spceih. as I tell you. trir.
pingly on tbe tongue." Say that one of I
(be great benefaction a of the ace is a I
small bottle of Salvation Oil. the greaS
esicare on earinror pain; only 25 cent?.
Bags at Clemann & Salzmann's.
bowels each day.
a e it.
Medicine moves the!
lost people need to
Rues at Clemann fc Salzmann's.
From 9 to 10 a. m. .
YOU can have your choice of the Finest Grades of Ladies'
SHOES we carry, including the $6.50, $6.00 and $5.00 shoes at
$4.00 a Pair!
All widths, from AAA to EE.
c,.:As it7ill.e imPossiWe to wait upon all during this hour, ladies have the privilege of making selections
hnday and getting shoes during bargain hour. One pair to each customer. Positively none before 9 and
i 1 none after W a m SsrnrH Whotii
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
none after 10 a. m. Saturday. Whether you are in need of shoes or not it
will n rrrfif 1 Vlo frr rri 1 frt oL-A ,-!. . a- r 11 . 1 .
Best Equipped Shoe House in the Tri-Cities.