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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, lHUa
Hosa May Sunday.
Frosty .fish at Buncher's.
tiirl wanted, 217 Sixteenth.
Kosa May at the Tower Sunday.
Kosa May Sunday at the Watch
Melons and pineapples at Bunch
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at
Miss Lotta Osborne, of Seattle, is
visiting Mrs. K. C. Willerton.
Kosa Mav in balloon ascension and
parachute leap at the Tower Sunday.
Blackberaies. cherries, gooseber
ries and strawberries at Hess Bros'.
Cauliflower, tomatoes and cucum
bers at Buncher's Twentieth street
MissMollie McKniry returned from
a two weeks" visit to St. Louis this
John Ohlweiler went to Chicago
this morning on a few days1 visit at
the World's fair.
A lot of women, boys1 and misses'"
wigwams to be closed out at cost and
less. The Boston.
Hess Bros, have always on hand a
full line of fresh vegetables every
thing in the market.
Gus Schumacher and wife on Elm
street, rejoice over the arrival of a
little son at their home.
Tennis shoes going at very cheap
prices nowadays; also a lot of wig
wams to be closed out at cost. The
Baby Shoes We are overstocked
in some grades, and offer you some
good bargains in these goods. The
Silvis arrived home from Louis
ville, Ky.. today where he has just
graduated from' a dental school with
We still have a few Oxfords car
ried over from last season, in A. B.
and C. widths, which are selling at
remarkably low figures. Good
chance to buy an every day shoe.
The local glass workers commit
tee has received a reply from the
United Class company in" response to
the overtures for a sale of the plant,
and the figures placed on the factory
of the company here are regarded
by the committee so reasonable that
no difficulty is anticipated in com
pleting the formation of the new
The painting and paper hanging
lirm of Schmeil. Paridoii & Son yes
terdav become eonsolidated with the
Atlav.is Wall Paper company, and
hereafter the buiness of the joint
firms will be conducted as the Adams
Wall Paper company, the Messrs
Schmeil and Paridon having general
charge "f the outside werk. The
change is one that will prove mutual
. . Acconling to Observer Craig's crop
indications planting of corn is, except
in a few sections, practically com-
jileted. it has made excellent growth
' during the week, has improved in
color and is a good stand generally.
Considerable progress has been made
since date of last report in cultivat
ing this crop. The Bourbon, Ioug
' lj iSi.. ciirn'snonilpnt rertorts. that
ione farmer has had 40 acres of corn
destroyed by the army worms, ana
. ..rtthcrs have lost in sjots over their
fields. Wheat has also made "con
iblnr.iblp irorrress ilurinir the week.
''"""it i-i Tiintnriiv ranidlv. and in some
of the southern counties, will be
harvested - the coming week. In
some localities scab and rust is re
ported. Hye is reported in bloom,
i .with nrosnects of an average yield;
..ii-mio will be cut this week. Mead-
' rws nml nn st u res and still remain
"enerallv in excellent condition. Tho
worms are still working in the niea.i-
ows. in some localities. Potato
nrnniise a. 'rood yield. Oats are
r-till reported in fine condition but
in some sections are making a rank
growth: they are maturing rapidly,
and the reports indicate that the
yield will be above the average. Hay
harvesting i- progressing, ami in
some localities finished, the yield
will be abundant. There has been
no material change w reported in the
e-ondition of fruit since last week.
The B. Hershey and Irene D. went
'1 he Verne Swain made her regular
The stage of the water at noon was
fi.t5; the temperature was 73.
The Daisy and Irene 1). each
brought down eight strings of logs.
The Josephine came up from Mus
catine with an excursion for Hock
Island, but gave the pleasure seekers
a chance to land at Davenport first.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot: north,
i04: south. 577: total, 1,181. Teams:
north. G3fi: south. C2S; total, 1,264.
VD li IIU.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Horne 40 Years the StandarxL-
Vnatonlnv afternoon at 3 o'clock
occurred the marriage of J. C. Dailey
and Miss Ida May KanlTarger, at the
residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. J.
Garvin, 1422 Sixth avenue, itev.
Kopp officiated. The bride was at
tired in a beautiful cream costume
and was attended by Miss Estella
Llovd, E. Lawyer being tne groom s
best man. After refreshments Mr.
and Mrs. Dailey left for Zunia to
spend a few days with the groom's
parents, and on their return will
make their home in kock tManu.
m; lnnn .T. Ynuil. daughter of
Charles Youd and wife, 629 Fifth
avenue, Moline, was united in mar
riage with Thomas Downing at the
,.n,ntoi Lome nt o'clock yesterday
afternoon by llev. J. S. L'ummings,
of the First M. E. church oi tnat city.
Tlwe lwith bnve manv friends here
who" wish them much happiness and
A Narrow Kfwape.
r ro.1 .lie Clark nrre.l 9. and Theodore
fJraible aed 6. both Davenport boys,
came over to Rock Island by them-
. . - i
selves today to see me n uouiui-u
parade. On their way home they
stopped on me iw
near the 1. mm to waicu
ihr oneration of elevating
1 . . :... t li it mill n 1 1 t li nil irli t -
M 111 L iujs hilw i" ...... o
lessly sat on the railroad track to
watch the proceedings, when the en-
ririo nf nn outfoinsr C. B. & Q. train
struck the Clark boy in the head and
tossed him into the locrwav. He was
quickly recovered and upon examina
tion two severe cuts found on the
buck of the head. These were dressed
and the boy taken to his home in
Davenport, .no serioJS results are
anticipated lrom ms remarKaoie es
The Third Ward Contention.
At the ad iourned meeting of prop
erty holders at Turner hall last eve
ning. Otto Gottseh, W. V. Stafford
and Philip I'fatl were appointcu as a
committee to solicit funds to defray
the expeiifes of a contest of the new
Third ward ordinance. Henry Sie-
mon was appointed treasurer of the
fund so collected. M. M. Sturgeon
has been retained as counsel by the
objectors who de.-ire that it should
be known that thev are not against
good sidewalks, but they object to
what they say lias oeeu tii.-i-iiunu.t-t
ion. The meeting ad iourned until
next Tuesday evening at Turner hall.
N-iv lionori I'rt poifd lor Callf.
A Washington as-oeiated press di
linteh has lliis as the latest concern
ing the pos.-ibilities of new political
honors to Hon. Ben T. Cable:
Kx-( 'on- ressnian Cable, who has
his eye on a senator.-hi p from Illinois,
it is "believed could be persuaded to
resign his ambitions in this direction
ami succeed. Gresliam. It is also
.iirTested that Don Dickinson may
now be willing to take the position,
. , . . . i
which, it is ocneveu, :i oiit-ii-o
him before Gresham's selection.
' June. 2 R. A. Smith to Thomas
D. Fuller, lot 3. block 2. R. A.
Smith's sub div., Moline Heights.
J. X. Eklund to J. A. Wretman.
lot 13. Eklund's sub div., wA sej se
6, 17, lw, $325.
Andreas Straffer et al by Master to
Christian Andrews, part "lots 12. 13
and 14 nel, n. 17, 2w. $2,971.25.
Ktitlier Work Than l'lay.
On Philadelphia's jioiit-u force is a man
worth S150,0jO, whose income is ulxut 1.".
000 yearly outside of his s-J) n week pay. A
car driver receives ?J.Ni from real est a: t
investments in tiie Tenth ward. A letter
carrier, appointed ly lYist master lluidt
koper and still doinji duty, is worth $J0.x',
and a man who serves iiewsimpers from
door to dior 'Luis money at interest, to tho
amount of ft'.u.i'oo. The head waiter in a
Market street eutini; house is worth C50.(o;,
and a cook in one of the city's hotels owns
$tiO,(IU0 in bank stocks and $-25,000 in real
estate. The sexton of one of the poorest
churches in the town has a yearly income
of 7,500, derived from yoveruuient bonds.
How to Trap Moths at Night.
In order to traj liijrLt flying moths, set
briyht lights over some sticky substance.
The moths fly to the liuht with consider-
i able force and drop to the surrounding
! sticky matter, and in that way are fasten
i ed. As they are caupht they can lie de
' Btroyed by burning or other means. Moths
j are also attracted by fire, and if small
bright fires were lighted at the time the
i moths apiear I have reason to believe they
would fly right into the blaze. This I Lave
learned from experience. Cor. Brooklyn
Hot Water and Salt For Aching Feet.
Xeuralgia of the feet and linilis can be
cured by bathing night and morning with
salt and water as hot as can be borne.
When taken out, rub the feet briskly with
a coarse towel.
It was sometimes a wonder to those who
tnew Rossetti casually that his friends bore
iO pHUtUU liu ilia iuwuo ... -r
but it was nevertheless true that he was
deeply beloved, and that his iauits were
The common name of the Easter festival
in the east was the Paschal feast, because
kept at the same time as the Pascha, or Jew
ish passover, and in some measure succeed
ing to it.
International Courtesy. t
The want of cordj&l "Jeeling between!
France and Germany makes itself apparent
on all occasions. A German Periodical de- :
scribes a little ecente at the tjjtter table of a
Swiss hotel, where a lyewShfTan and a Ger
man sat opposite eacl 'iCber. i
"You are a Frenchman, I suppose," said
the German when the meal was half over. !
"Yes," was the reply. "But how did you
And it out?"
"Because you eat so much bread," said
Then there was silence till the dinner was
nearly done, when the Frenchman said:
"You are a German, I presume?"
"I am, but what made you think so?"
"Because you ate so much of Gverythinjr,"
was the amiable retort.
comes, no matter how
dark the clouds are, when
, 1. . , ii Aiimn vim ic KnrTIO
U1U -11 " ' - " -
down by woman's troubles
orite Prescription. If her
life is made gloomy by the
chronic weaknesses, deli
cate derangements, and
painful disorders that af
flict her sox, they re com
pletely cured. If she's
overworked, nervous, or
i A " run-down," she has new
if ' l'fe nn1 strength.
is a powerful, invigorating
tonic and a soothing and
mirelv vetretablo, perfectly
harmless. It regulates and promotes all the
S roper functions of womanhood, improves
igest'on, enriches the blood, dispels aches
and pains, brings refreshing sleep, and re
stores health and vigor. For every " female
complaint" and disturbance, it is the only
remedy so sure and unfailing that it can be
If it doesnt benefit or cure, you hare your
EK YOU IN NEED?
want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a rrvant girl
Want to ell a fnrm
Want to pell a hons'e
Want to exchange anything
Want te tell household nomis
Want to make any n alestate lrnns
Want to sell or irade fcranythinc
Want to find customers for anything
USK THESE COLUMNS.
i-HK rAll.Y' AKGITS DELIVEKED AT YOUR
floor evi r tTeuing for lic pur week.
1T.VTKD-TllNINt; ROOM GIRLS AT ST.
V .tames htte!, Uavenpol. Waes, 514 jer
T K'YCLE 'REE-TO .. ANY BOY OK GIWI.
I who will work fur u". Xo niimi-ynceo.nl.
stump for particulars. Write to Tit Bits I'ub-
!i-lni 1 o., 1 1 11 1 uearnorn unci, v nira .
WASTED-TVri'OR T11HKE MKTlKEI'-
rent i.ur well known honc in 1 -tt';.
Our men hantllv five or rix lines of xrt i U s which
ei.nl!-!" iif to pay handsome !f alaric..
r.sujt- from 7o to fl'- a niotth, acconliDtr to rai
totia! in the men. L. I. May t t-'o., St. V nil.
Minn.. Mirserymi u, flortets, n'l-iltmrn, seed
lattH-?. :niplemc-its. etc
Wholesale Dca'er and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1618 Third Av
is the best (-kin lotion in use. It contains no
mineral or oily substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koom 15, Dittoe Block. Tavenprt. corner
Third and Brady.
HA pae Medical troatifc containing much infor
mation and many valuable receipts free uiKin ap
plication. Are showing
Correct Prices, to which we
Shoe 8 tore 1$04 Second
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havins a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling, unless tho burners are closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show w hen the
burners are open o.- eloped.
TIIE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
j-tove having glass tubes to show the drip
ping of ea-oline when the stv in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners that canLot be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all par's made of material
which cannot rust.
1615 and 1617 Second Avnnie.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & iWartin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnest brands of domestic
and importad cicars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wpl be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avennc.
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather Clothing.
How about that snit to
wear to the World's
Fair or on y oar summer
jaunte. We are mak
ing liberal discounts
Ladies woolen suits
with eton and blr-zer
jackets; then' we are
mixtures, checks, etc,
suitable for traveling
45c and 50c.
We will close all of our
robes in wath goods
this weeR at mu.li less
Brings out the low prices.
Fishing Poles at
Patent Moj sticks
lc anil up.
Chihl rcn's Ul.ick
Hose ,rc up.
La lies" Siik Mit;
20c anil up.
(il:is Sauce Difher
Call and see our
' 50c Shirt.
35c to 60c.
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and DispsM Pharmacist
la row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth avtuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. RoKSriELD. Tom Koi-tsriEU.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Hcatinir and Sanitary Plumbing.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue
i Vacation Items.
Lot 1 Colored robg,
worth up to C 95 go at
Lot 2 Black rol.
embroidered worth up
to $11.50 goat
Excelent values wiin)(?
shown this week in
Hair Criiiiji.-i .
ami ( 'iirli-r-.
Balls an. I
10c pk.ir. 1' ..,,
A Ni.l.i.v ::
verv i-!i. ;: :
La.'.i. -- I'..
from .".- ii ;
223 Twentieth -tr.