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TCIB ABQTJP. TUESDAY, JUNE 8. 1C37. J J i Weatay Have. Cloody, probably wtlh ibowen this aftercooo or tonight and Wednelay; wwnifT. The.wea'.her conditions are largely local, there being alternate- ipota of elm and cloudy weather. The temperature has generally risen. The greatest change 8 to 18 Ogtees occurred In Montana and Nor 'li Dakota. Today'! temperature 64. I 0. IL HC5T, Obserrer. ciihr cHat. 14 bay Adams' S shoe. Hjnea Tulcanises tire. 13.20 buys Adamt' $4 ihoe. f 1.60 buys Adams' $2 ihoe. $2.80 buys Adams' $3.50 shoe. Cralle s Co., itjlish Urerj tarn outs. A fall at tortment of yegetables at Longs. Blueberries and black raspberriei at Hess Bros'. New line of fishing tackle at Young & McCombs'. Adair Pleasants has returned from a ttip to Minneapolis. C. E. Jordan, of the Delta, Iowa, Enterprise, is in the city. Greatest shoe sale of the season commences at Adams' today. Fine line of ladies' belts just re ceived at Young & McCombs'. Miss Cora Kelly has recovered from her recent severe illness. Table oil cloths all week. IS cents per yard. Young & McCombs. urace Lutneran cnurcn gives a trolley party tomorrow evening. Ben Cable, of Chicago, is visiting nn oroiner, a. a. caoie, in me city. Save manufacturer's profits and buy your shoes of Adams this week. An Andrae bicycle won the Chi eago road race. Hynes sells them. Misses Sue Denkmann and Ann Fry linger have returned from Chi cago. rancy home grown berries at Long's. Ladies' shirt waist sets with belt pin, only 9 cents, at Young 4t Mc- tombr. More enlightenment in dry goods merchandising. See the Economy ad on pnge one. Bert Wurti has returned from Texas, whither he went for the bene fit of bis health. The ice box at the residence of L. Simon. 842 Nineteenth street, was robbed last night. The Dubuque base ball club with Joe CantiMon at tbe head spent last night at the "Jar per. Mrs. Duncan, of Mitchell, S. D., is the guest of Mrs. William Bradford. 824 Eortr-second street. Maj. C. V. Hawes, head clerk of the Woodmen, left this morning over the R. I. & r. for Peoria. Mrs. L. S. McCafce and Mies Flor ence Dart left last evening to attend the Naihville exposition. Patent leather shoes are too warm for the summer. Buy Adams' ox. fords for this time ot year. Miss Kate Normoyle has returned to her home in Chicago after a visit with friends in Rock Island. Sale is now going on everything to unload cat prices in all depart ments. Young & McCombs. The Sheridan club gives a prome nade concert and dancing party at Black Hawk Inn this evening. Mrs. B. H. Nicholas and daughter, of Milwaukee, are visiting Mrs. H. S. Nicholas, 822 Second avenue. For rubber tired traps and baggies order of Cralle & Co. Carriages with careful drivers at moderate rates. Printed organdies; splendid selec tions, only 5 cents a yard. Young & McCombs. The meeting of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the Broadway chnrsh to have been held at Mrs. Moore's Wednesday, June 9, has been post poned. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parker went to Muscatine today toattend the reunion ana banquet ol tbe alumni of the Muscatine High school. Mr. Parker was one of the class of '85. The public school directorship seems to oe simmering down be tween E. B. McKown and F. C. Dank' mann, as far as publio discussion goes. Both are good men. The condition of Daniel Flynn. wuu was incaea wun paralysis a week ago, is nnehanged, and his life is dlspaired ot. He has not regained KvuwiuHiaeii since me attack. Polee Cauwenberg, ofMoline, ac cused of bastardy by Mra. Anna Awarded .Highest Honors World' Fair. DIX MOST PERFECT MADE A awe Grans) Craam of Tartar PnwiW cVm (i Ajhraunia, Alum or any other aduttertttj V C17EAT.3 DftEWS Zentgrai, waived examination in Justice Cramer's court todav and was held to the county court In $700 douus, wnicn ne xarmsned. Edward Hoffman and daughter de sire w express their gratitude to all wno rendered them sympathy in their late sorrow, and especially te Henry Dart's Sons and Mr. Hoff man's fellow employes there. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blakesley and Mr. and Mra. G. C. Blakeslee and child leave tomorrow morning for ue Blakesley summer cottage at Late ueneva, w . Mr. and Mrs. George W. Blakesley will go later. Miss Bertha R. Jerusalemsky was pleasantly snrpnsed at her home. 924 Fifth avenue, Sunday afternoon Dy a number of young mends in non or of her graduation from the Roek Island publio schools. An en joy a able afternoon was passed. A trolley party is to be given tomorrow evening under the auspices of Grace Lutheran church in honor of the Angustana synodical delegates in order to give them and such others as with to attend an opportu nity to visit uiack Hawk natch Tower. The trolley train will leave Angustana Book concern at 7:30 for Molme, returning a half hour after ward. ANNUAL OF THE PEORIA. Directors a ad Oflleers Chosen and the Beg nlar Dividend Daelarod. The annual meeting of the Rock Island & Peoria Railway company was held at 10 o'clock this morning at tbe company headquarters on Twentieth street. David Dows. of New York: H. H. Porter, of Chicago; A. Kimball, of Davenport, and Phil Mitoneii, ox this city, were reelected directors, the other members of the board whose terms have not vet ex pired being R. B. Cable, of Chicago; a. . caDie ana a. B. sadlow, of this city. The directors thereupon elected the old officers as follows: President R. R. Cable, Chicsro. Vice President H. S. Cable. Rock Island. ' Secretary and Treasurer H. B. Sudlow, Rock Island. A semi-annual dividend of 2 per cent was declared. Obituary. The funeral of Mrs. Caroline John son, who died Sunday afternoon at at tne nome oi her daughter, Mrs. Charles Miller, 1406 Sixth av enue, will be held at 2 o'clock to. morrow afternoon from the Swedish Lutheran church. Mrs. Johnson, whose death was caused from infirm ities, was aged 81 years. 8 months ana zi days. She was a native of Sweden and had resided in Rock Isl and for 15 years. She is survived by six sons, four of whom reside in Sweden, and two in Kansas, and three daughters, Mrs. Charles Miller and Mrs. Gus. Anderson, of this city. and Mrs. Andersen, of ftew York. Mrs. Peter Staudubar, mother of George P. and Frank X. Stauduhar, of this city, died Sunday, May SO. at ner nome at uahomet, ill., aged 05 years. alias Ida Olsen. aged 25 Tears. died at 11:40 last night at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. N. Hansen, 2513 Third avenue, of consumption. a ... . . . . runerai services win oe held at the house at 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon. Rev. W. S. Marquis officiating. Costly Davenport Fire. Fire damaged the hindinm Ran. wick building on Bradv street be tween Third and Fourth in Daven port to the extent of $8,000 this morning. The building was recently erected at a cost of $40,000 by the misses neoecca ana Margaret Ken. wick, now in Rome. The building was occupied by the Davenport Far- nuure ana varpet company, whose loss is $15,000, with insurance of 18,000. The fire originated in the upholstering department on th fourth floor, but the exact cause Is unknown. Am Old Offender. C. C. Laffer. deputv sheriff of Keo kuk county, Iowa, is here to take pack the man arrested Sundav for horse stealing. The accused man said his name was Howard, but Deputy Sheriff Laffer says he is none other than Frank Murphy, who has already served two terms in the pen itentlary for horse stealing in Keo kuk county. His last term expired in May. Murphy refuses to accom pany the officer without requisition papers, wnicn nave oeen applied ior. Tk Traa Remedy. W. M. Repine, editor of the Tie- kilwa. 111., Chief," says: "We won't keep house without Dr. King's rtew Discovery ior consumption. Coughs and colds. Experimented with many others, but never got the true remedy until we used Dr. King's Mew Discovery. No other remedv can take its place in our noma, as in it we have a certain and sore cure tor Coughs, Colds, Whooping Congh, etc" It is idle to experiment with other remedies, even if they are urged on you as just as good as Dr. mng's new Discovery. They are not as good, because this remedy has a record of cures and beside is guar anteed. It never fails to satisfy, Trial bottles free at Harts Ulle- meyer's drag store. Cascsrets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to gW4V UU WD4U on the bowels, cleansing the entire .j.Kiu.ui.pji ouiua, cure nemo acne, fever, habitual constipation and bil iousness. Please buy and trv a box 0IU.U.U. today- 10. 25. ad cents. Sold and guaranteed to oure by all oMR Tbe pursuit of wooer tempt, but a man to neglect his health, with the mult mat tie soon loses both money and health, and finds himself doomed to an ntiritn1v Mth A man ahonld remember when he is tempted to over-work him- aeu, neglect his health, and de vote insufficient tim tn Htinir resting-, and sleeping, that death is the tempter that holds out money as a bait. If a man will take proper care of his health, he will feel like work, and will find that he can do all the work that he cares to do within working hours. ' Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gets a man into working- shape and keeps him there. It invigorates the liver, keepa the digestion in working order, the appe tite hearty and keen. It keeps the blood pure and plentiful. It keeps ont and drives out impurities and disease-germs. It wards off nervous and wasting diseases. It cures 98 per cent, of all cases of consumption. It is the product of the life-work of an emi nent and skillful specialist. Dr. K. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief consulting ehvsician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti tute, ax nunaio, x. x. urnggists sell it. Mrs. I. F. Coatea, of Blvthebonrne, Kings Co.. N. Y.. writes: Three vears apo. I wa. an i-V r could net eat. sleep or walk, for I coughed all day and night. My weight was reduced from 150 to 117 pounds. The first night that I slept for hours .1 one time, was aner i naa laKen tnree aoses or Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The of fensive matter expectorated grew less every day and when I had taken the whole of one bottle I could sleep all night without coughing, and have oeen weu ever since ana weign 17s pounds." A good, practical, medical book is worth more in a home than a thousand novels. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is that kind of a book. It contains 1,008 pages and over too illustrations. A new edition given away absolutely prer. If yon want a paper-coverea copy sena 21 one-cent stamps (the cost of mailing only), to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V. For cloth binding, 31 stamps. jHere It Is Of the Season. A Una that's fit for the tables of Kings. Order early. Cneambers. Tomatoes, Home-grown Peas, Wax Beans, Samnnr 8a,aash, Turnips, Carrots, New Beets, Bonp Bunches, Parsley, Dressed Chickens. Spring Chickens dressed to order Oranges, Banannas, Eating Apples, Strawberries, OooMbenries, Cherries. BOKEOSOWH Tours for Good Goods, Ladies Chocolate Shoes S2.75 WARRANTED. Every pair. Not equalled any place in the tri-cltles New toes. All widths. THE BOSTON BARGAINS IN School and ffl!l8BPS9'ff uaerings jUESS Bp. Blank-books AT Taylors . - 1717 Second Avenue. - SEE HIM EAT! That Is yonr hnsband. He can not help it since 700 keep your food in the LEOXABDCLEAXABLE REFRIGHATOR Everything kept in the Leonard comes oat so crisp nod fresh, clean and sweet, there is no wonder he eats; who wouldn't? The Leonard Cleanable is the result of SO years' experience in the manufacture of Refrigera tors, and costs no more than in ferior makes. Call and examine ihem a DAVID DON, 161S-1C17 SECOND AVENUE DO YOU Feel Hungry FOR Good Bread OR Bakery Goods? KRELL&MATfl Are making the only PERFECT HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE CITY. It Is of fine grain, rich In flavor and chuck full of nutri ment. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT OOCCCOCCOG Q Two Biggest O tores Never la the hbtory of the clothing trade have the people been offered such a real bargain feast as the now In progress. It Is not an every-day occurrence that one has an opportunity of buying Men's Snits, Boys9 Salts, Children's Salts. FarDlshingr Goods. And many goods at less than one-fourth the original price. As soon as this stock has been disposed of the Interior of the store will be placed In readiness for the reception of the finest new stock of High Grade Clothing In this vicinity. There has been a terrible gash made In the price of Overcoats and Winter Underwear. Everything must go, as we are determined to open with an entire new ttoek. Our One-Price System Is backed by a reward of One Thousand Dollars to anyone who can or ever has bought of us for less than the price asked. Two Biggest Stores' viv? 11M17 West Second Street, Davenport. O O THIRD ANNUAL CLEAR- SALE OF Summer Footwear -AT- ADAMS Closing Saturday Eve ning, June 19. 9fl Daw. Peal Reduction on all a-v s VU.lt, gooi see what was meane ior your pocket-book 04.00 BJ?R3 05.00 SHOES 3.20 - 4.00 - 2.80. - 3 SO - 2.40 - 3.00 - 2.00 - 2.5o - l.Co N 2.oo - 1.4o - 1.75 - 1 .20 " 1 .50 " LOO " 1.25 " .OO LOO - .55 - .75 - All onr Ladies' Tan Oxforda in narrow toes in the $2.50 and $2.00 grades eo in this sale for 11 BO a parr. Won't it pay yon to purchase j our IBUBI 01 ADAMS 18th Street and Second Ave. CM Cleaning Tie Is here and you will want that tlmepleoe cleaned and put in shape so that you can be more punctual during the coming year. Our facilities for handling this work are the best. We make a special effort to do satisfactory work and we seldom fail. ClccksCa!l.jfcrj:1C:IlTircJ All you need to do Is drop ns a postal and your clock will be called for and re turned to yon in good order. Woltman, the Jewels'. 1805 Second Ave i;lliM)ldl;'.P 'OOCOCCXOCGCCCOCOOCCCOGCCOCOCC 1 iv Yl II Special Bargains in Slices ! Now Is the time to Prion low Ladies' Chocolate Oxfords, only Ladies' Tan Oxforda, only : j t t ' t t Mo Ladtoe' Black Button Bkoej. jOnly x , g9a Children's Dongola Shoes, spring hel. S to S, at t 1 Me Children's Chocolate ShoeaTtpring heel. S to t. at t Ue Children's Chocolate Shoee. spring heel, t to XX, at 1 1 Oe Children's Dongola Shoe, spring heel, t to 11. at t 1 , Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, to 8. at : t $09 Iaf eats Chocolate Shoes, ao heel. S to a, at : t 40 Infants Dongola Shoes, ao keel, t to A. at j j t 0e Little Boys' Chocolate Laoe Shoes, spring heel, 10 to II, at tie MEN'S SHOES LADIES' SHOES We are the greatest bargain givers tn ' Shoes. r Fourth Ave. Shoe Store 1501 Fourth Avenue. CHEAP PLUMBING any c aw. mm. R0& Island Sayings Bonk MaMllaa" apa, F FICEBS eT M Boford, Pi mI dent. Bpsw bulaen aty a. lass. aM eeeeoyl S . a. car. BUickaU A Lya.e'i mtm baUdlas v avv m wt vfat ram oa eVvponCsV Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. AT HALE PRICE 1729 Second Ave., 116-120 Eighteenth St;. Rock Island. PS bay and save money. on everything. Generally means unsatis factory work, and Inferior plumbing means added repair expenses, lacon venlence and malarial dis eases. The best plumbing work that you can get Is the cheapest In the end and the best that mortal man is capable of Is the sort of work you can get from us. DAVIS CO. We'll Do It For you. Well change yew walls into a wUdemeaa of beantr. We'U strew theai with dainty flow ers in delicate tints or we d worsts tneaa la unlqu deaifns plain and Blmple, or ao Intricate that It will take roe a da jr to find tl end of a curve. We can please you In color and desl;n we can pleats yoa in price. It wiU please ns If ywa cane here; If you come here, we will please yoa, M Pc;:r C.. S10, S12, SU Twentieth St.1 t : 76e Incorporated Under the SUte Law. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. DIBECTOSS BSCabta. JotoCntMagh. RPIcU, BWHarM, PkU MlieaaU, aaaatora. scasse aatsdswa. Two Heat Stores Two Cest Stores . one (j n r druggist.