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mn ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 198.
t cur CHAT. f Adams'. al. l'y your water rent. Jelly rI-mwh at KeLtart'.. FULin taulle at Eta hart'.. Order carriage, of CnJlo & Co. Tli b.st broom Ln'i Little Gem. S4m Arndt U Luck frr.m Chicago. Din't forget the jn) U at AdlUi'. Alt Uo good, greatly red ured in price at Adam'. Finest turnout and reliable driv ers. Crall 4 Co. Tbebuiest atore in the city is Young & McC'otnb.'. Eitraordinary silk selling at Mc Cabe l$ros Harry up. Aia-ns' shoss fit the feet, please the eye ami stad tbe wear. Fruit jar at leas than factory prices at Young & McCoiubs. Maj. and Mm. H. C. Connelly are at home from their westers visit. Experience and close attention to every dcuil. C'ralla & Co'a. livery. Harry Richardson is home for the lumr.icr vacation from Marion, Ind. Yoa arc nlw.ys sure of bargains wbrn you traJo at Youcg & Mc Comb'. MicLiin peaches, pinoapples, niuakme loit. and watermelons at llt'SS bios'. Younj; & McCoiuts are tho only ones la bay siiirl waist of; i' cent. Compare. le ivl c. l'a.raol4 a'. less than half former prices t close out (UickIy at McCabe Uros'. Tuko jour pick. You "n rest asureI that you get no typhoid ftvr by drinking Carse A Ohlweilor's bottled oo!. A sur.iuin; eof ladit.i'nifrhl towns at biro cost of material at McCabe I'.ros'. No charge for making. Edward Sboedo is back at his desk In the rirrnit clerk's office S'n af Ur a wv.Te nttack of blood poison ing. Th mas ffusby, of Rochester N. Y., nturru'd home toJry afttra hort stay witu bis brother-in-law, George !ODORtt. - The "team-'r drrJer brought np an enrursion from Mnwatine todny. The litr t'k in the Tower and otlirr plorfs tit intc-rc;t. MeCa'-s Uros. will en!I all their triruriinl bat and boant'ts at just one ba!t the market prico tomorrow aftcrnoao from 5t til! G o'clock. Carso & OhlwriWe bottled goods arc maMifnctnrcd of the purest of water, and by drinking them you t i'io no ch.3c-s tf getting; typhoid lover. The Fworlh Iengne of the (ler Ctnn Mtihodint church gives an ex cursion on tho City if AVinona to ruorro cveninj;. A delightful timo is promised. The Ilfi)r'ani'd church of Josns Christ f I.att) r Ditr Saints now has its tuition tent pitched rin Fifth avcuuo aud Ninth ntreet. The serv ices romnit-ricu at o'clock. W. C. Chambers, an eastern capital ist and heavy stockholder in the Mo line Flow company, left for Boston over thn Uork Island after a business trip to this locality last night. Mir Annie F.Swards, Alice Campbell and Margaret Mitchell and C. (i. Taylor are bock from Milwau kee, where thev attended the na tional Maptist Young People's con vention. Mrs. It. 1. Underwood, accom panied by her child, baa gone to Mare's Island. Cat., in response to information of tho illness of ber father, V. W. Wood hall, pav inspec tor, U. S. A. Tun benefit to J. Y. Linn, of the Tower management, occurs Friday evening and it will doubtless prove a pleasant accasdon to all participat ing and ono of deserved profit to Mr. Linn himself. The MoSine city council Monday evening followed! ha example of the Rock Island council in the matter of cooper- corner stone of tbe new Western Insane hospital. Messrs. C. F. Lyndeand H. S. Cable have succeeded in securing a pair of army regulation i addles from the ordnance department of the regular army irom wnu-n tacy expect to gain no nd of comfort, enjoyment and recreation. The river is falling at St. Paul and Red Wing, rising at Heed's landing, Kock Island and St. tenuis, and sta tionary at other roints. Tbe fore cast in that only flight changes will occur from Rock Island northward In the next 21 hours. Mrs. T. J. Donahue, president of Awarded IK.hcst Honors World's Fair, St. Marv's guild of Trinity church, has arranged to bavo tbe children give a lawn eociable nl Trinity rec tory Thursday evening. Fancy dec orations, nice music and refresh ments will be furnished daring the evening. Last night's elements wero against steamboat riding. So the excursions arranged by the Lincoln club and Christian cborch young pro pin were poxtponed. The Lincoln club's will come on Friday evening and the other at a date to be determined on lattr. Tickets sold in advance hold good. Tho local board of Insurance un derwriters has fixed the member ship fee at $100. This means that new ageDts coming to Rock Island must have at least 9100 capital to begin with, as agencies for the old companies and others are not given out unlets the applicant is in good standing In the board. Thero will be a lawn social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Wicss, 1810 Fifth-and-a-half avenue this evening given by tbe yonag people of the Christian church, who bad made extensive arrangements from the refreshment standpoint for their excursion which wss necessar ily ( postponed on account of the weather, and have adopted this means of preventing the loss of the money invested. Misses Sue Donkmann, Margaret Stewart, Mae Wanding and Ann Frysinger, of this city; Anna Rei mers, of Chicago, and Douglas Woodcock, of Danville, Ky., and Messrs. Ed Deukmann. Alexander Stewart, Charles Reimcr.'. and Wil liam Stewart returned jesterday from a delightful northern trip on the steamer F. C. A. Denkmann, Mr. Rr.imers quitting the party at Belle vne and going to Centervil!c, Iowa, where ho is engaged ia tho news paper business. Mrs. Lizzie Terry, 2926 Seventh avenue, is in receipt of a western Bcwppupur from her brother, E. J. Appelgate, which contains a long write up of a reception tendered Mrs. Mary E. Partridge, most worthy grand matron of the General tiracd Chapter Order Eastern Star of the United States, by tho Scaltie (iVasb.) chapters, and which it was his pleasure to attend. Mrs. Partridge has promised to visit Rock Island this fall. Gladness Gomes Witha better understanding1 of the v v transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasantett'orts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any aciua.1 dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figr. prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by ail who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when yoa pur chase, that you have the trenuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good 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, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of FifT stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. ill! ilii THE BARGAIN CENTER There Are Honest And Dishonest Refrigerators Just as thero are honest and dis honest men and women. On the refrigerator depends most of one's home comfort the pleasure of eat ing, lightening of kitchen bothers, les cleaning to do, saying of men tat worry, time to do things all this and more, too, comes from tee lioneat refrigerator tbe tricky and made to sell" sorts beware of. THE LEONARD CLEANABLE" Marks the highest point yet made in refrigerator making 15 patents cover Its construction is dependa ble In every way and helpful the pride of the housewife. We'd like to show it to every lady In town. DAVID DON. 1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE. FLOURISHED A REVOLVER. John U. Hoffman t Fluert For Cairjlnz Crniccalad Weapons. Juhu II. Hoffman, ah old gentle man bailing from Cripple Creek, Col., and destined for Ottawa, was fined lh and costs in the police court today for carrying concealed weapons. He was arrested yester day afternoon on First avenue near Twentieth street by Officer Miller for lloanshmga 41 -calibre convtneer. Mr. HolTman told a hard luck story, tbe truthfulness of which tbe tquire was prone to believe. He said be was wealthy once, but that the Johnstown flood left him penniless by destroying his property. Then ho says he went west to live with his daughter, his wife having died, but he could not get along with his son- in-law, who wanted him to sign over his life insurance policies before he cot ready to die; so he left. Ho ft. man has a brother in Ottawa, he says. THE OBITUARY RECORD. rur tic; Finest Fruits Always go to Hess Brot. They have a doe OfBurtintnt of Currant, Gooseberries, Iiiuelierries, Grapes, Plums, t lJlackberries, California Peiclies, Oranges, California Pears E anas, California Apricc,ts,Piueapples. " Michigan Peaches bv the basket. Fine Cooking Eating Appier. Look Upon This Picture Mc In tyre-Reck pjy Goods co. 1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, CL Bargains Are Ripe. The second week of the July Clearing sale shall eclipse the first if prices, seal live bargain prices count for anything. When yon Can buy 2000 boxes 20c But termilk soap at &o a box; child's 25c black ribbed dou ble knee hose, all sizes, at 15c a pair; ladies' good rib bed vests, at 2 for fic; big roll, of perforated toilet paper at 2c a roll; first class, guaranteed 1750 mackin toshes at 13.98; shirt waists at 15c a piece, etc.. yon nia be sure things are cheap here, marked down re gardless of cost to a point where you can't help bay ing if yoa want to save money. Wash Goods at Shrunk Prices. 1 Son yardf dimities, lawn, dresa dock, fancr rrepoa. mtc. valor 'Re, and ie,live to ft-otliiawaeBM 10c Ther at extra e holes plckinea in ihl !ou Imported Frrach pique which haa always to'd at 48c a yard, S piacra ch. kMt,lM go thU week at 19e. Tbese tools make moat detuabis ttavrli g drewrs and s Ins. 4 0 yards lawns and dimities, have been 10c aa4 now Sr. SSrieee colon d awisres and lace "'ripe organdie, very cbotea for ranry waists and areasea, nwe been Sic to 4Sc a yard, drop now to Sic. Remnants. Tbe sale of remnant and r Iiort lengths o:kt not come to an end till We nave nicked oat hundred of yard of short tone t ban wash md. drs noods. liolncvtr etc.. S ti W yards waici aoon the remnant cuuuirr ai a uioooam oi u per cent uom tor very kiw remnant prices 20 Per Cent Off. 20 Fer Cent Off. Silks at a Price. 400 yards wash silks, very suitable for dresses aad aists. light and dark effects, reduced from 50e, 68c, 85c and f 1 to 39c. ICO vards eletrant printed warp silks, tbe f 2 quality. jour choice of 12 handsome patterns for !)3c a yard. Crockery and Glassware! Prices smashed in crockery and glassware. Imitation cat flats saace diahra tSc du7..a, or ear. Sc. Fan pattern, imitation en glaj tmble. kood 10c vatM, at S for 10c Hi berry bowls of lmuatloa cot glass, "c one, ISA of thru aw at Be each. . cke ftands of imitation eat ela- worth SOc. now at 1& Water pitcher of iattatiM cat tlm. awbrrry ant faa patten, worth 35c, at lie La Welle china Ire water pitcher, (old ftlfVWd and handsomely diO- , oratrd, will be half price this week : the pint size, worth 3Ac at I5r. 9 he qaatt e.se, worth 5-, at The t quart tire, worth TV, at Tour choice of ioo Utile chin cream pit:htrsat Sc. value Be, ISe aad 15c. A Slaughter of Shirt Waists. We have laid ont SMI shirt wslts for aarrlSce. They matt he closed ont. Nothing wronp ahont this excrid Ihtt we want the valuable root they occupy. Thtee little lota at three 11 tie pricea. I.OT 1 CS shirt waiMe. with and wlthrut collars, IV. LorstU!UuwiihljlhluDdiiedoi:ars and cuffs, most y '.it one, at 8T. UITS-Ki wal-rs with collar attached and detatrhew, lawn, dimity and peirale, hundred like these sold at (I U'S, at use Spring Chickens dressed u order The he-t line of Freeh Vege tables In the city. Telephone jour order or call at And then the fine taste seme of HESSBKOS. Ice Cream and Fruit Ice Made at Krell & Math's And bring a box like the cut above home to your wife, sweetheart or daughter and it may make a delicionsly cool feeling between you on a sultry night, but they won't object to that when they find out that It is appropriation end otherwise atinff in the laTini? of the Threw Uore Little) Onee Claimed by the Silent Steesencer. The infant son of Mr. and ' Mrs. Mtcbaei tVeyerhauser, iilth avenue and Eleventh street, died today. In terment occurred this afternoon. Kenneth Marshall, the 1-year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. Stoy, 1201 Seventh avenue, died this morning of cholera infantum. The funeral will be held Irom tbe resi dence at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. The funeral of Anton, S-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jorgcn Kiel- sen, 1117 Thirty-seventh street, who a led yesterday ol cholera infantum, occurred this morning from the residence. Shoes Oxfords SLASHED. THE OPEN AIR OPERA. "Pinafore" at to follow "The Mikado' ill Tower Theatre. The summer opera has proven such a success at the Watch Tower theatre in the presentation of "The Mikado" that Stage Manager Herbert has be gun his rehearsals for Pinafore," which will follow "The Mikado." Special scenery is being painted by St. John Lewis, of flooley's theatre, Chicago. Of Gilbert & Sullivan's l'lDafore" there remains but little to say. It has always been a hard qnestion to decide "whether it or "The Mikado" was the masterpiece of tho?e masters of operatic writing. It is easy to say, however, that the performance will be 'one of merit. "The Mikado" as presented by the Watch Tower Opera company war rauts the prophesy. "Pinafore" will be put cn tomor row nigbt, and it is likely that there win oe a niaunce Saturday afternoon for children. i lot of Ladies black Oxfords, sizes 4, 4, 5 and 5, worth $1, go at 65c 1 lot of Tans, sizes 5. 5J, 6, 6 54, 7 and 8, worth 90c, go at - - - 5CC All of our Tan worth up to $ at - - - - $ 1 lot of Ladies' Tan shoes, button and lace, broken sizes. goat ... $i.3s (See if yon can find your size) TAN SHOES ALL REDUCED A, THE BOSTON Krell & Math's Ice Cream. Any flavor you wish you can get, so that the cool feeling will be suitably flavored anyhow. TRY IX. KRELL & MATH, Phone 1156. 1718-1718 Second Ave for lour Comfort And still more for your advantage seize the first opportunity to in spect our Stock of furniture. It's worse than throwing away money Jpo ThrowAway Opportunities. Most people look for them, but these coixie to you unsought. Our past record bears out our asser tions. When we say now is the time to buy we mean it, so call and look at our line. CLEMANN & SALZMANN. (2 K. July Shoe Sale "Let 'fin go is the M. & K. method after the Fourth. Much rather have you wear our fine shoes at a loss to us than carrying over. It's a treat at our expense. !!!! PERCENT -IREDUCTIOH linn STOP THIEF! CREAM itti MOST PERFECT MADE A Crarw Oram ofeTatUr Powder. Free torn Ammonia, Alum c any etbcf aduUrnnt, - 40 THUS THE STANDARD. Pa Toor ravin Tax. ine special taxes lor are now due and payable at the cfiiie of the city collector at David Don's store. U. A. McDonald, City Collector. Tfe. Weaiawr. Fair weathr tonieht and Tburs-! day; cooler tan'ght; uortherTy wind. Tod a j 'a temperature HO. j. au. Onuervcr. The Axon delivered every even tog at your door at lOo a week. i SEW BICYCLE y. Free if Tonri is a Stolen, Cost $2 Annually. American Wheelman's! Protective Association. On all fine shoes from $1.50 upward. $6.00 Shoes Reduced to $4.50 0550 Shoes Deduced to 04,13 05.00 Shoes Reduced to 03.75 $4,00 Shoes Reduced to $3.00 03.50 Shoes Reduced to 02.C3 One-fourth off or a reduction of 25 per cent means less than the cost of manufacture. If you want a fine shoe, a swell shoe, here is o ur chance, as this sale includes everything Patent Leathers, Vici, Cordovans and Tans. CM."W C. C. TAYLOR, e!?Upi?,u:- quinine, viuuuny. 1717 Second ATenne. M &i K. Big Reduction cn Sur.rrcr Ur.d3rt?Cwtr. i 1