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Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1893-1920, July 19, 1897, Image 6

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Confirmed fair tin'irU and Tuts.
day; slightly cooler 'by Tuesday
TIM temneratura has risen allsht'v
since Sunday morntos; In the central
sections, bat bai ta'len In th Koeky
taAMIitnln Mil . 1. a -.
J crn slope.
L Today's temperature, 80.
a . Huht, Obaemr.
Bcad Adams' ad.
Look at Adams' ad.
Iljnes rents tandems.
Eead Young & McCo nibs' ad.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
X-ray entertainment Tuaidav even
ing. Cralle & Co., stylish liverj turn
outs. Cream cheese 10 cent a pound at
Granite iron ware sale at Young &
Smoke Tri-City Flyer made by Nic
Ooe-half oil fancy cups and saucers
at Eckhart's.
Fred Kelleralrass, of St. Lonls, is
visiting in the city.
Nickel platnd tsa kettles, 68 cents,
at Young At McCombi.
One-fourth off any croquet let in
the house at Eckhart's.
A big pound of smoking tobacco
for IS cents at Horton's.
Misses Grace and Bessie Wilcox
are Tisiting Andalusia relatives.
Blackberries 5 cents a box. Call
and get price by ease at Horton's.
Baby carriages at cost at Spicers',
410 West Seeond street, Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. John Black have
welcomed a new daughter te their
Mrs. B. 8. Kirk, of Taylor Ridge,
has beea visiting in the city the past
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. James McNamara and
daughter, of Fulton, spent yesterday
la the eity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lafferty, of
Cambridge, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I . M. Sianet.
. Mrs T. B. Essex, of Beatrice, Neb.,
is visiting at the residence of her
son, Lee l'fau.
Jackson It liurst
loan on real estate,
ble and no delay.
Jackson it Hurst
loan on real estate.
have money to
Terms reasona-
have money to
Terms reasons
ble and no delay.
Bed room suits and ladles' desks at
cost at the quick sale, 410 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
The internal revenue collections
made by Deputy J. II. Lamont last
wsek amounted to $515 50.
Miss Nellie Allen, of Geneseo, is
visiting at the home of her brother,
Gas Allen, ou Sixth avenue.
The slope of tin water at the Bock
Island bridge was 6.85 at noon, and
rising; the temperature, 84.
For rubber tirod traps and buggies
order of Cralle A Co. Carriages with
aarerul drivers at moderate rates
Miss Bote Cnneo, of Chicsgo, is
visiting at the residence of her
ancle, A. Boro, on Ninteenth street.
Miss Clara King, of Louisville, ar
rived last evening for a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. X. F. La Velio.
A race between the steeds of
Charles Uuford and Gus Tegeler was
run Saturday afternoon. Tegeler
Mrs Catherine Weckel, of Seuth
Meline, la very ill at the home of her
aaugnter, Mrs. Bollinger, on Thirty
ninth strset.
Miss Minerva Culton, of Cincin
aati, is visiting at the residence of
her uncle, J. D. Culton, on Nine
teenth street.
Clement MoQiald, Albert 8ehnell.
Ben Iglabart and Balph Iglehart
have gore on a week's visit to Chi
ago aad Milwaukee.
Begioning tomorrow night and un
til further notice, the clothing de
partment et the Economy will be
open nights till 8 o'clock.
Wednessday evening occurs the
excursion of Sbiloh command U. V
U. on the steamer Winona. It
promises to be a most enjoyable oo
The giving away of the 1160 pony
and cart at the closing out sale of
the Economy clothing department
will be fcaturday night. Aug. 1. One
tieket with each dollar purchase,
Ferdinand Horn, of Molie, ie held
to the grand jury in $ 100 bonds to
answer to a charge of forgery. He
is accused et forging the name of Dr
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Part Grape Cream el Tartar Powder.
J. B. Stewart, of Stewartville, for
Beginning tomorrow. Tuesday
nignt, and until further aotioe. the
clothing department of the Economy
will be open evenings till 8 o'clock.
The Gustus school of business.
Skinner block, opposite postofloe.
Moline, opens Sept. 1. Fer rates of
tuition, etc.. call on or address J. E.
Oustus, 820 Forty-third street, city.
Beginning tomorrow. Tuesdav
night, and until further aotice, the
clothing department of the Economy
win oe open evenings until 8 o'clock.
J. P. Bailer, secretary of the Rock
Island Y. M. C. A., left today to at
tend a conference of the Y. M. C". A.
secretaries of Illinois at Lake Gene
va. He reads a paper on "District
Work" bef .re the conference tomor
row, after which he goes to St. Paul
to visit his mother and sister.
X-rav pictures in McCabe'a win.
dow. Hava you seen them? Prof.
Swan will take aa X-ray photograph
of an old soldier at the entertain.
ment in the United Presbyterian
church tomorrow evening to locate a
onuet ne carries in bis leg. II you
want to sea ho it is done, be there.
William L. Roach has been ap
pointed postmaster at Muscatine by
rresiaeni mc&iniey, succeeding Mrs.
Mary J. Van Horne, who has held
the office since the death of her hus
band, who was appointed by Presi
dent Cleveland. Mr. Roach's lead
ing competitor was Editor Mahia, of
tne Aiuscattne Journal.
Mrs. John Volk is very low at her
heme at the oorner of Fifth avenue
and Eighteenth street. The attend
ing physioian. Dr. E. M. Sala, called
Drs G. G. Craig, of this city, and W.
D. Middleton, of Davenport, into con
sultation yesterday. The lady is
suffering from a complication of ills
an apoplectio attack being the
main trouble now.
The Tri-CitT RailwaT enmnanv'a
through car excursion on the Tower
line each levenlng from Davenport
and Molina, constitutes a pleasant
feature incidental to Tower
pleasures. Go to Davenport or
Moline and take in the trip
any evening or Tuesdav or Fridav
afternoon. It includes a delightful
refreshing ride of an hour with 26
cents for the round trip or 15 cents
for children.
The Ballooa milim ud Paraehate
Laa as tha Town.
There was anether immaaaa nrnwil
of people at the Tower yesterday.
i i , . . .
ibb oaioon ascension ana aoume
oaraehnte lean of Prof. Baldwin and
M'ille Cordeli waa a verv anroaaafnl
and pretty feature, the aeronauts
Bseeouing i.iuvr ieei, ana cutting
loose and racing to terra firms. The
young lady won. The various other
attractions at the Tower were all
well enjoyed.
Funeral servioes for Mrs. Riordan
were held 8t. Joseph's church this
meraing. The remains were in-
terrel at Calvary.
Joseph 1.. uaas. little son of Mr.
and Mra. J. L. Haas, died at 11:65 a.
m. today at St. Anthony's hospital
irom tne enacts or an operation.
The child had beea ill but a few
days. The affliction was of a pecu
liar nature, and affeoted the intes
tines. Aa operation was determined
on and the child was taken to the
hospital this morning to undergo
the ordeal. Drs. G. L. Eyster. G. G.
Craig and C. C. Carter had charge of
tne case, ine physicians bad no
hopes for the little one. Mr. Haas
waa at the side of his child until the
end. which came about half an hour
after the operation. The deceased
was a bright and beautiful child.
adored by his parents, who will have
the sympathv of the community in
their great sffliction. Joseph would
have been three years of age next
Baoaamy OloalasT Oat Bala.
75 and 60c straw hats for 25c
$7.00 pants now go for 83 S3
o ou pants now go for 2.89
6.60 pants now go for 2 67
6 00 pants now go for 1.98
4 00 pants now go for 1.73
3.75 pants now go for 1.47
3 00 pants now go for 1.19
2.60 pants now go for 98c
2 25 pants now go for 78o
2.00 pants bow go for 63o
At the closing out sale.
Ecosomt Clothing Stobb.
1811 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Blaaa Maattaa-.
A mass meetin? of members of
I a Dor anions and laboring men ten
erally is called at Industrial hall at
7:su Tuesday evening to devise
means of aiding the families of the
miners at Lead, ill., who arc with
out employment. M. W. Barrus.
arc expressions frequently heard
about cures effected bv Folev'a Kid-
aey cure. Da not fail to trv thia
great remeay lor any kidnev trouble.
. " .
oom or do. r. eannsea ana x. a.
Thomas, druggists.
aVCtaiilaaa EJaa Mat a.
Uat of letters uncalled for at the postoOee
Birt. Lao Patterson. Kate
Caaey. Ma Perry. Llddy
;,:'' Pleree. May
Cook. Cad RoaeaU. Nellie
Kckmao. John Stanley, Mra. 8. R.
Mm. E. St. Clair. Mra. J.
Krioaaoa. Will WUoox, L. T.
Graves, Cora
Umberc, lira. R.
J.W. Potts. Postauster.
Low State to Cbleapa.
July 21 and 22, the C..B.I.
railway will sell round trip tickets
to Chicago for one tare. Return
When amnnff mmb inn. awm
married half the -world says: ' How
Romantic ! " the other half says: How
amy I " But you cant tell either wav
until the" honey-moon " ia over. When
ah lit roniw rminlV mt aff ImI ilnM t tlim
regular hum-drum of life, they'll manage
alTright and find solid happiness in an?
case, if they have good hearts and sound
health. All depends on that.
It'a wonderful how much health has to
do with married happiness. Sickness af
fects tllf. (MITWr VVm Mn'fr Km V.
nor make others happy if you're ailing.
When you find yourself irritable, easily
u, uegiBiunK to "rua-aown" it s
because your blood is getting poor. You
need richer blood aad more of it. Your
blood-making organs need to be vitalized
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diacov-
an abundance of the healthy, red corpus
cles, ana gives you a iresn supply ot
pure, rich blood. It's a blood-creator ;
it is for everyone whose blood is impure
or in a. poor, " run-down " condition. It
prevents the germs of disease from get
ting a hold on your system. Even after
diapasg ia aettlM mi mn if iImmm
by the blood-creating properties of the
1 1 r: , t. i r .
jLisuuvciy. ,ii is peneci cure lor
general and nervous debility, catarrh,
malaria, eczema, erysipelas, scrofula and
every form of blood -disease. Ifis'nt
caiiea a consumpuon-cure Dut even con-
blood is driven out by the "Golden
Medical Discovery" if taken in time.
m. . Tvj - . -
n't xisvivci y ist liic prescription
f one of the most eminent physicians
ana meuicai wniers in tnis country.
unuutnim. t
V-U should be as particu
lar In selecting what
you eat as what you wear.
Buy yonr Groceries where
you are sure to get first
class and the highest grade
U ANDLE nothing but the
best of . everything.
Give them your order and
be insured of
i Perfect and
I Prompt Delivery.
1620 Second Avenue
Phone 1 03 1.
.were a
And when It shows
signs of Irregularity
take it to
Woltman, the Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jeweliy always on
hand at "live and let '
live" prices. High
grade workmanship
in repairing at reason- -able
rates. '
180i Second At
m bis.
School and
v AT
1717 Second Avenne.
Crescent Bicycles
V you want the best Bicy
cle oa the market yon
should ride the CRESC NT.
1894 over 50.COO were sold
1895 over 57.000 were sold.
1896 over 70,009 were sold.
Bay a Bicycle with a His
tory aad Reputation back
of it. Call aad examine the
beat line of Bicycles ia the
city at
Playing See-saw
With yonr vitality is what
( this sultry weather aad
l!r3f & Math's Melons 'I
and Fruit Ise
Are doing. When the Ioe
Cream ia down your vitality
ia away up oa a plane of
cool comfort and invigorated
j uJife. Eating Krell & Math's
Mrf rich, cold cream isn't only
pleasure while it lasts, bat
is food and nourishment to
weak stomachs, and ia aa In
vigorating oa a hot day aa
V.he African Cola Nut. Btiag
V friends along and treat
,wd you will have
1V - nmPP7 returns ef the
t dai
Krell & Math's
Thona lttS.
Ho. 1T1&-1T1S
Wholesale prioes oa Ice
, .jCresm for Picnics, Sociables,
Fairs aad Social gatherings.
All the $6, 5.50
Two Dlffceat
11M17 West Second Street,
3 r .
"No Profit in These Shoes"
For us, but lots of profit to your pocket-book if you
atch on to i pair of those $2 SO and $1 Ladies' Shoes
we treelling at the uniform price of
Same Way With Oxfords.
jr 7 '
It's dollars and cents to the woman
who comes here for Oxfords. You
don't need a fat purse, only a stray
dollix or so, acd you can fit your eye
and foot both "cheap."
WEEK . . .
4i u n.
ia Tans, Ozbloods.
Box Calf aad Viol
and Viol
art? qi;
Kids, all go
sale at only
ana you
To try as thia week la
'the Shoe liae?
Name la the Shoe
Is a guarantee.
Come and Try Us
Eighteenth Street and
Second Avenue
- Annual Shoe Sale
Here we are again announcing our Semi-Annual Sale of Men's Fine Shots. Perhaps
you have been waiting for this. It Includes all our Finest Men's Shoes, Strong & Gar
field's celebrated make of hand-sewed tans patent leathers, cordovans, etc
and 5.00 Grada
The Finest Shoe on earth at $4. These shoes cost more to manufacturer than any Mae In
the three cities. They are, also, finer than any other line shown by other dealers. You can
take your pick during this sale at $4 It's one of our semi-annual shoe treats. You know
what they are. you've attended them before.
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter In our
, . store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, misses' aad ladles' slippers and
oxfords. Also high shoes In lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention all of the
great bargains we have for you, but Invite you
to call and see for yourself, as we think you
will find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERYTHING.
1501 Fourth Avenue
Mat. Baataaywata. !
For aale by A. J. Boise, Druggist. Bock Island. IU.
All the $6f
1729 Second Ave;, 116-1:0 Eighteenth St.
Rock Island.
It Spsats for H
Oar stock ot wall paper doeant
require araeh talk, provided you
cectt. This advert im sat to mere
te get you to come around and look
than to prove the easel tanee and
price of oar pawona, which "speak
for themselves." Cat prioes bow
en all well
A;-. Will Pi;:r Ca.
S10. SIS. 114 Twentieth St.
Ma aaaaa a tallaMa. aaaathly, iin ala bMm. Oal r kanalsas CBa
aaaaajaatCmoiaaaaal fcaaaaa. II jam vaat th aaM. aM
Dr. Pccl'o Pcnnyroycl PIIZ3
antjlatataalt,Taara ta
A littm faat al aama
It. IV) raaatoa Or. fwaTal
rail Mseaouwoa, Uarauaa.w.
5.50 end 5.00 Grades
Two Best
limit July 26.

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