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THE ARGUS MONDAY. APRIL, 20.
F.reaa rlTtr fish, at Uess Bros'.
J. W. Walker U la St. Paul oa basi-
Bay your slectrUj supplies at Eck
harfs. Spring wall paper la eo diets yarf.
ty at Hutcliffe's.
Special umbrella bargains at Mc
Intj re-Keck Co's.
II. S. Cabla baa gone to Colorado
Spring on. business.
Bast assortment of balk seeds in
tbo cily at Hoes Bros.
Follow tba crowd to Sotcliffo's for
your spring wall piper.
Fishing tacklo, hammocks, cro
qoct etc.. at Ktahart's.
Speoial sale of summer underwear
at Melntjra-Rack Co'i. Read ad.
Mr. aad Mrs. R. StocVhouse are
back from a week stay at Chicago.
An embarrassed maker of umbrel
laa bad to let go. T?e JMcC'abe'a ad.
Mr. ftod Mr. Harry Haislip. of
Chicago, SuD'layed with Rock litland
Lesl'wecVs Rork Inland Internal
revenue collections amonated to
Muro lao curtains at importers'
prices at JkJcIntjre-Keck Co'i.
Moth prooJ bai, the bent at half
price. Si oebta and 41 centa this week
Unre jonr bouts painted by Oeorge
BatclltTn'a force of expert painters
Keep oool and buy surarfler under
wear al Molotjro-Ueck Co't. Special
low prices. Read ad.
Wax bo&ra, preen peat, "bead let
tuce, spinach, asparagus, celery and
tomato at IIes Urns'.
The teat tale fr the Columbia
Opera company will be open to the
public tomorrow morning.
Go to SuMllTe's for yonr wall
paper ttork. He hat double that of
any otber house In the city.
The Stacry Stuck company doted
a saceetmfut 4-nlhti encasement at
Harper's the&trf 1ml eveniujr.
lion. 11 W. Hujrtt It In Chicago
aMpuiling the meeting of the rferao
rralie itato central comuiitiec.
The sMo of water at the RoMc Itl
afld briiU'o thts morning wan 2.25
amlrlinjj; the temporaturo 66.
Very sjmrial sTeral styles dollar
dress jood will wlih a rash at
49 eents a yard this week at Me
Oabe's. Do not wait, but lect yonr wall
fmpws rlfht away at the A)anit Wall
1'ajKfr enuipnoy'a future thfi prtsUlast
are j aM.
MTt. C. K. Mlxter request all bav
in (T bills against the Industrial Relief
society to forward thorn to Lor Im
Mud in yonr drinking water? Of
coarie there is, and other things also,
totter get Havis company to put In
an Kris filter. j
Cheap' Never so cheap before.
Beautiful new spring wall paper at
George Sutclifto't. 'Sco tbo big dis
play boforo buy.Iog.
lieary Hleuer hat let a contract to
C. J. W. Suhrelncr for the erection
of a cottage on Fifteenth street In
llla'k Hawk addition.
Host kid cambric 1 cent a yard,
fine rustle lining and good fibre lin
ing 8 crnts a yrird thit week with
drett goods at McCabc Bros.
J. W. Puttcf, m collar of tbo lem
ooratij state central committee, left
for Chicago last evening to attend
today's meeting of the committee. .
William Johnton is baring a 12.
000 resilience built on Fifteenth
atreet In Black JIawk addition.
lleidcmnan& Schroeder haro the con
Kid glores worth f 1.25 and 11. AO
are !'S cent at Mclotvro-Kcck Co's.
kid glove tale this wejek. The 98
rent chamois g'oros go at 75 cents.
What an Erie filter can do look
at sample in our window of river
water bufnre and after filtering.
F.ightuen helpers at . the SWvan
Steel works walked out this morning
became of a refusal to increase their
wagee 2.) per cent. This will thro
100 men out of employment.
If wanting 4o make roar home
look n beautiful as the spring with
a coat of paint or elegant wall paper
bear In mind that Sotcliffo is the
lcvlcr in this line of business.
The Adams Wall Paper company
ha had a great run on its wall pa
pert tho week jntt psM. The pa
ir it It showing certainly outclass
all others la beauty and cheapness.
The new wa'.l papers at the Adams
Wall Paper company's an not all la
the windows. Go Inside ana they
will show you the finest and cheap
est Una yon ever saw in Rock Islond.
The Adams Wall Paper company,
for eight rears the largest wall paper
dealers la the city, has triedto ad
vance tnis year in ine size oi its
stock a quality of goods. ' Ton will
certainly be the loser if you v do not
see it. .
George Sutcliffe, the big wall paper,
dealer, is also an extensive house
painting and decorating contractor
and is prepared to furnish estimates
for a job of painting, no matter how
large or small. He has the force of
men t do the work with neatness
and dispatch and only the best of
materials are used.
The Broadway Presbyterian coa
gregation last evening voted Rev.
W. S. Marnft a vacation and the ex
penses attendent upon a bicycle tour
of England and Scotland, which he,
together with Kev. Rowlands, of Port
Byron, and other ministers and stu
dents propose making during ..the
summer. The party will be absent
aDout eigni weeks.
John Arnbersr sat before a jury for
the third time in the county court
Saturday on toe oirense or as
sault with a deadly weapon. The
first trial resulted in a disagreement
of the jnry; the second in an error in
the verdict. So the third was a suc
cess, the verdict against Arnberg be
ing assault. The judge fined him
950. Arnberg Is tne Molina gentle
man who attempted to atinihtlate his
wife with a stove poker.
DEATH OF J. ROSS MILL8.
Highest Honors WorM's Fair,
A Well Kasws Cttuaa Fmace Away Blo
J. Boss Mills died at his home.
COG Twenty-third Street, at 4:16 ye
terday afternoon, of rheumatic trou
bles, with which be had been afflicted
for a year, and Which culminated in
congestive chills, in one of which he
Jesse Ross Mills was born in Far
ette eountv. Pa.. Dec. 7, 1821, and
catne to Bock Island In 1854, becom
ing bead salesman for the dry goods
bouse ef Mayo St Everett, with which
business he was also afterward iden
tlGed, and later was In the livery bus
iness with lliomas t lummer. bince
then he was engaged in various lines
or mercantile pursuit, the latter
venrs of his life being devoted chiefly
to real estate, lie wns of quiet and
conservative disposition, a dignilied
wuole sonletl centleman who com
manded the respect and good will of
all Mho knew blni. He was a mem
ber 'of the Broadway Presbyterian
chnrcb, a member Of the Masonio
order and a Knight Templv-
in me spring ut inso air. Uills was
married to Miss Helen l'lummer.
who survives, there being no chil
The funeral will be held from the
law home at 2 o'clock tofiiorrow af
tcrneon, friends of the family and
members of the Masonio order being
invueu to auemi.
The funeral will be directed by C.
A. Rose, while Rev. W. S. Marquis
ill officiate. The pallbearers will
Ik;: Phil Mitchell, Frank Mlxter, H
B. Sucftow. Dr. J. W. Stewart, S. J.
Kcator and A. C. Dart.
Mrs. James Ginty, 911 Fourth ave
nue, died yesterday morning after a
month s illness, bbe is survived by
her husband, her mother and four
sisters and three brothers. The fu
feral will occur from St. Joseph's
church tomorrow morning at 10
Otto Unger died yesterday morn
ing at the home of his parents. Air.
and Mrs. James Unger. in South Rock
Island of tha effects of an accident
which befell him about a year ago
He was aged 42 years. The funeral
took place this morning, interment
being at McConnell s chapel in Bowl
John Goodrich was laid to rest
yesterday at Oakdale cemetery in
Davenport, luneral services were
conducted In the morninc at the
residence of J. F. Shank, 3018 Fifth
avenue, by Rev. F. W. Merrell, of
the First Methodist church. The
pallbearers were F. M. Doxtee, pres
ident of the Uloomington aypo-
crapbtcal union; Charles Hull, of
Pavetoport; Frank Wheelao. H
Merer, B. P. Boydson and Henry
i-icnbara, oi Kock island, all brotber
nrinters. There was a beautiful
floral desirn from the Davenport
Typographical union, of which de
ceased was a member. '
MOST rtRFECT MADE.
from Amnxmta, Alum at any other sdulteYiM.
49 TftAM Till STANDARD.
A aad cm.
One of the manv Sad cases which
cones to the notice of the ooormas
tsr came to that officer Saturday in
the person of C. Fischer, a young
M . , - 1
Kcynoias term naou, wno was lasen
lit SL AnthonT'i hnmital where he
will shortly be operated on for ne
crosis of the bone. Fischer landed
here from Ireland several years ago
ami arenred emnlovment amonir tne
farmers la the neighborhood of Rey
nolds. Nine months ago he received
nnita a severe kick from a horse in
tne left lee. But in a short time the
ininrv was apparently well. But
later on e bone bejran to lose life in
the looalivrof tbo kick. Now it is
completer) dead - below the, knee
Hence the operation.
Har CbaaM tor a Barn-ate.
The cheapest in the market. For
ty-five. desirable and cheap building
lots in v. M. uianamge new aai
tion to the cit. situated at the head
of Twenty-fiflh street and on Thir
teenth avenne. are offered for sale on
easy terms and long time. Enquire
at the Bock Island Savings bank.
J. M. Bi'Foan. Agent.
Tbs Aaoca, 10c a week, delivered
very evening at your door.
With a better understanding1 of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ilia, which vanish before proper ef
f orts gentle e fforts pi eaaan t e ff orta
rightly directed. TVere ia comfort la
tha knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion, of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, byrnp or t igs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it in the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed to highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it to the
one rertiedy which promote Internal
cleanliness without debilitating tho
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all Important, la order to fret na Bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that von have the srenuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If In tha eniovment of eooi health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, bnt if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Flm stands highest and is most lanrely
used ana gives most general sausiacnon,
That will Grow.
Flowers, j .
Hess Bros.' store
is headquarters for
oil Irtno aw aaJ
This shoe is hand sewed.
Welt extension edge, very
dark ricfl brown. Twentieth
century style, swellest shoe
in the tri-cities. A A lb D.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Bee and Ave.
STAflli Functus Proof Tires. .
nil wijic iuiu witibdi
Large display of bicycle - sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement
Toe clips, etc
1615-1617 Second Amine.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 17x1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, m.
Af tfie Opera
Most of the fair sex are fond of a
few sweetmeats to nible at, even
if the performance Is a tragedy.
The sage young man will take
the hint 'and provide himself
with a box of our lovely Bon
Bons or Chocolates when on his
way to his sweetheart's residence
the night they Intend going to
. the theatre.
KOM 2 C US.
We have a box made to represent
an Opera Glass Ca6e which is
' filled with fine candy in place of
a glass. Get one and surprise
your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter. The box can be kept to
remember you by.
Why not have a brick of three
kinds of Ice Cream at your Party
or Dinner. - It will please vour
company more than anything
you confd serve for desert.
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS.
AMONG THE MORE IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS
n of the week will be the selling her of 40 Moreen
and Sateen Skirts, worth fa and $2.50. at fl.48; Spring
Capes in handsome styles at tl.98, $2.98. S3 98, S4.62
and $8.ft0, worth SS.25. $4. t.60. $7.60 and 10: Wom
an's Spring Weight Mackintoshes with the new mili
tary cape and handsomely lined throughout, splendid
and serviceable, fS Mackintoshes at $5.63. and the
summer Uuderwear. Hosiery' and other special sales
mentioned below. Ton can't afford to ' miss the op
portunity to supply yeur various needs at small cost.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR BARGAINS.
A chaom of rammer Underwear Is ptatlcally a aeeeeMtv. It eta b
ftly ud chMBly exxc at thaae mall nrlae, :
At it 100 dona oottoa faaay rlbked Veeu, tall lnagtbs and slaes, ISe
At 10c Combed cotton Teste, Up sad Use seek aad arm holer, 16
va at 100.
At 16c White and acra Bgyvtlaa cotton Year, n a varUty of itylee,
slTcaM and winf tlsere. fancy taped, fe rain at 15c.
At 18c KgypUaa cotton Vesta, eaadaomelr silk or plain. flnUhed,
TBlaa S8c, at lc .
At SSe A big display of EfnUra cotton and KMa Veal, In ccra and
walta direct from tha mllla aud at leaat two proSt aavad to yaa, klgh
ck. low neck. V a.ck.alcveleM and wing aleaves, all with elegant
silk Snlah. yonr choice for Sic, Inatcad of SSe and 49c.
epecial lot of cotton Union tall. SSe Talon alloc.
At S Good quality, worth 19o.
At 108 Mtoaly tape SnUhed and worth lfi.
At isc Khapod Veata of Sgyptian eolton, oenally SSc
At S5c Very floe Bgyptlaa cotton Vesta, sits floltn, worth 88c. ,
LACE CURTAINS. . .
THE LACK CURTAINS WENT WITH A SU8H
- last week. We continue the aale another week
with the addition of some extra special values which
came too lata to mentloa last week. Yoa caa save
money on Lao Curtains right now. Tha offer of a
pole and xtares with every pair of curtains at 11.60 or
over will also hold good this week. "
Krw lot, at mack tesa than nsaal nrk-oa.
A drlT of SO doam SnaSlovaa. real kid, hook ee batten, blast and
colon. (1 S aad Sl.90 qaaltttre at SM.
Whit iot9 in enparlor qoalltj kid, black stttchlaz, yea asasllf fay
$1 at for tbrm. but b.ra SI.
Pise ctuuxxiMainvm of tlx beat maiaa, laetrad ef ste asaal Ms sad)
94.18 ralaea, only TS aad 87c.
Sew Horiary st enrprlalntly email prteee.
40 danatanaad cream colored Bom, lac valret at Te, or fonr ajalra
For woman who wear nnallaUrs we offer SS doaea vary See stilfut
Boa at the a heartily low price of 10c.
Women', extra Sne guag-e lie mud f fart black, fall, rrgmnw Boaa, 4So
Men', prhne Bermedorf faat black Boaa, Franca tee, doable SOM8 sad
high spliced hoc la. 40c oaoa at eellve pair for fl.
Are yon etoring far, hlaaketa or other winter article,? Uee Both
Baile la tha parking. Priea here 4o for largo box.
MEN'S INDIA GAUZE.
Mr!S and Drawer, aajMti faeed. at only ISe
Men', floe belbricgaa ahlru and Drawers, the SSc vslee, tOs.
Many Handsome Homes
In Rock Island have been furnished from our im
mense stock and its possessors are pleased with their
purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi
ness, but have had years of experience. We know
what the novelties in our line are we buy them
we know what they are worth buy them at prices
that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at
correspondingly low rates. Our
Immense Assortment oi Carpets .
has never been equalled in the three cities and we
invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and
prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fancy and sub
stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and
are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades,
curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture,
and in fact the most complete line in every depart
ment. Give us a call.
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth 6treet and Second avenue.
Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in
Boys and Children's Novelties
y ay ay ay ny
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the boy, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys rjqure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend.d wool fabrics in good styles at $250,
$2.95, $t.SQ, $S to $6.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and Junior syits with vests or shield fronts at
$1.68, $2J0. $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resistingrqualities in nobby patterns
and styles. i !
Star Waists, Mothers' Friend Waists
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying: prices. Will gfve your money back if you think
Lots of S & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4 90, $6 98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicy cle
pants $1.85. .