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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
ICE BOOKS GIVEN
FOR USEOF POOR
Two Companies Make Gener
ous Donation to Aid the
MEANS MUCH AT THIS TIME
lingeries, that sold from S2.S5 to $5.95,
reduced to $1.9.
Hand embroidered voile and lingerie
waists In low and bii?h neck, short
sleeves, rare and distinctive styles,
showing the master's art, attractively
priced. $4.95 to $14.95.
Mannish shirts for the tailor-made
girt. $2.93 to $3.50 values, reduced to
Launch out in an M. & K. new outfit.
The tide Is flowing M&Kward, and a
trip to this distinctive store will prove
interesting and profitable.
Congealed Cry Ma I Needed In Many
Homes Which Have Not the
Wherewithal to liujr It.
Toor people cf the city have rea
son to thank the Hock Island Ice
company and the Empire Coal & Ice
company for the fact that these two
concerns have tendered le books to
Miss Margaret Jiles, visiting nurse,
for use in families where Ice Is need
ed and which cannot afford the com-
Pineapples at Weckel'a,
Try Weckel's Best flour.
Buy a home of Reidy Brc.
Tri-Clty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefx.
Full line of vegetables always on
hand at Weckel's.
Better place to buy shoes. Priester-
I Ilickey shoe store.
modity. Other companies have stg-l
,,..,, ,.,.,.. nt H.t hnr)Vll cleaning and rug-making.
for the use of the nurse's patients,
fcr.d it seems probable that a great
deal of suffering will he alleviated
throuch the generosity of the com
panies. M RF ARK Bt'SY.
Deppite the fact that no epidemic
of any sort is prevalent in the city
at this time. neertheless, Miss Giles
and her uMsintant are kept more than
busy answering the calls for TSeir
service. The value of the visiting
nurse association was never more
fully set forth than now. Within the
A full line of canning snpplleg at
Kuschmann's, 2207 Fourth avenue.
When !n need of shoes, see Dolly
Bros. Green Trading Stamps Free.
H. T. Slemon wants your tin and
furnace work; 1526-1528 Fourth ave
nue. Lawn mowers sharpened and re
paired at Fiebig's. 1619 Third ave
nue. . .
Our B. B. serge at $33 Is (the beat
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
last two weeks arrangements have Misses' and children's barefoot san
lieen made for the all day services , dais, 49c, at Priester-Hickey shoe
of MiH Giles' nHHlptnnt instead of i (.tore.
the service half a day which was for-j Genuine Philadelphian lawnmowers
nerly found sufficient. f or Bale at Charle8 Fiebig. 1619 Third
The Increased arflouFt of work Is , aVenue.
due to the fact that new patients are
acquired much faster than the old
rmea ure dimnlHHed I'suallv the first
cull from a family comes only in ex-1 tulldlng-
trerne necessity but thereafter when-! For Saturday men's $1.50 canvas
ever there is si'-kness, the good of-' shoes for 9Sc at Priester-Hickey
Six per cent farm mortgages. Llt-
. i ton &. Roberts, People's National bank
ties of the nurse are nought. That
K as it should tie an! is resulting in
a constant increase in the S'ope of
tie tiurfce's work.
A "SAIL" IN THE M & K
For Saturday, women's canvas two
strap pumps, 98c, at Priester-Hickey
Milan artesian water, approved by !
city and state, delivered daily. I
Phone West 1770. j
For Saturday, one lot boys' patent i
K-ihm Ull, intended for IUgi.it Ihtys ' tn oxfords, $1.49, at Priester
an.l the I.uiih. I'irkey shoe store.
! C. A. Speldel's drug store, the 1
M A K Kiter r Itarguin "Sails" on.! store of quality. Qality in drugs!
Summer Suit of
j.. w You
FitlloM tlif 'Mr!!!" M A. Hward
M. & K wearahlen for ladle not only
tower at above the "ordinary," hut
th y lire now offeriiig some unusual i
values If oii are not clothed "Just
riht" for the Fourth, as well as reeatta '
tlnys. it won't he the fault of the M. & ,
K. U ad on: !
All of our regatta suits and dregs-s '
for plrls and misses. ane9 4 to JS, '.
rnnplni; in price from SI Hfi to $1K. are !
How on sale at a reduction of one-
third. M A K. are showing the pen
nine n gat'a suits, bearing the regatta
All of our Indies' units, except a half
dozen early fall Ktyl s. are now on
sale at Jiiht half their actual value, and
some at ,-vcn k r liter reductions.
Some stunning styles in lingerie, voile
and wash dresses. $is values at $14.95,
$15 value at $1" '..:,. $1
$9.:t:.. $in values at $V7
counts for everything.
P. J. Lee sells wall paper, paints,
oils, glass, brushes, etc. at the right
prices. 12"3 Third avenue.
A clean tip-to-date stock of pure
STRAW HATS? Certainly-
The fashionable shapes in handsome
straws at from SI to 36.50-
ALL READY for you here tomorrow with
that swell summer suit you need for your vacation or business
wear. All ready with some handsome hand-tailored, fine as best
custom made, suits in Hart Schaffner & Marx, Society Brand and lorkshire clothes.
$25, $28 and $30 suits, the world's
finest clothes, your choice for only
Clothcraft fancy suits, gray, brow
and blue, $18 and $20 values, for
food groceries at Kuschmann's, 22U7
Fourth avenue. Phone 9KS.
For Saturday, misses' and chil
dren's two-6trap canvas pumps, 98c.
At Priester-Hickey shoe store.
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coal.
' For Saturday ladies' white canvas,
shoes, all sizes, $1.45, $2.25 and;
; $2. 40, at Priester-Hickey shoe store, i
I Strecker & Lewis, wholesale and re
i tail agents for Sanitaa the washable
I wall covering for kitchens and bath
I Sterling Clothing company, H. Ru-
0 values at ben, proprietor, is making the low-
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Our speenil style number two dress. ' beard of.
made of plain umd self stripe reps. sewng machines repaired and war
large sailor collar and cuffs, trimmed , ranted for one year. Supplies for all
in all shade. $,", values for $2.95. machines. Fiebig, locksmith, 1619
Pure linen dresses, scallnpi d m- S Third avenue
broidered edging on collar and cuffs
in m If and coniras'inc shades, trim
nied with silk rena'tii ties, and
dieted buttons, $11.50 values at $7 i
Royal middy waists of white and
combination colorings, $1.50 value,'
price '9f cents.
Regatta waists, with the new Robes-
Ward & McMahon will give you
estimates on your plumbing, steam
'"".and hot water heating that will save
i you money.
A fireproof safe In the house or store
is a necebsity. We have them from
$12 up. Fiebig, locUmitih. 1619
: tki i
Pierre collar, alloxcr embroidered
fronts, short sleecs. $1.75 aluo at ,!,'tit nav' Jar rings, three dozen,
SO cents. ,25c; Mason Jar caps, a dozen, 20c;
on our bargain counter can be found ' Mas,n Vint jars, a dozen, 50c; quart
a lot of silk waists, also embroidered ! aTS- t:,c' al Kuschmann's.
I For Saturday, misses' and chil-
oren s two-strap pumps in patent or
dull leather, $1.;5 and $1.45, at
as clean as you'd
Tell her to wash your
clothes the better
Peosta way and
EVERY man who contemplates going away or who takes
week end outing trips needs a few suits of that comfortable athletic under
wear. We have them in both union suits and separate garments at $1 and 1.50.
You want silk or silk lisle hose too see our qualities if you prefer the best 25c
$1 the pair. Shirts? You bet loads of them soft collar shirts, French cuffs.
collars to match, silk shirts, plaits, negligees, outing styles the niftiest showing in the tri-cities at $1.00, $1.50 and
up to $2.00. Wash ties you want? Easy Delpark wash ties are "it" with best dressers. Some at 25c, others at 50c.
AND that boy don't forget that he wants to be comfortable too.
Dress him in one of our swell suits, scores of styles in fine materials as low as $2.50 and
up to $12. Perhaps he's a sturdy chap and needs durable clothes all right our two pants,
reinforced, sewed with silk, Knicker trouser suits are just the thing. Twice the wear at no higher cost, price range, $5.00 to $6.50. Tomor
row is "summer outfitting day" at Mosenfelder & Sons for all men and boys. Be present.
'some of the selections that are new.
Priester-Hickey shoe store
Lerch & Greve. wall paper and
paint store, will help you select any
of the 1912 desitms in wall paper for
your home. 2002 Fourth avenue. The Carpenter Coal company has
Bartlett Bros. teas, coffee, splcea. supplied hundreds of Rock Island
extracts and baking powders have do fm"'es w'Kn best grades of hard and
equal. One thousand people are or-!8oft coal that g,v'6 excellent atisfac
derlng from us daily. Follow tt'tlon- Tbat u the kind mU at
crowd. jail times.
! Try the City Steam laundry, Reld j Mueller Lumter company will en
& Bellman, for first-c'ass laundry 1 hle you to build a fine house or bara
! work. Have the new yellow automobile f out of the choicest select lumber and
call for yours. We guarantee no 'ou De surprised and yet pleas
cracked collars or cuffs. led to learn the low prices they are
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THE TRI-CITIES' FOREMOST CLOTHIERS B
per cent. Let us be of service to
Phil. S. Wilcher, the leading tin
and sheet metal worker. It will pay
you to learn about the Weir furnace.
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 15 to 25 per cent saved
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our shop
on Second avenue and see for your-
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! Haker'a laundry calls for your
l laundry ant ues the most sanitary
methods with modern isachlii9ry,
i making your clothes pure and sweet
; and white as snow.
Spiced pickled lambs' tongue In
j:lag jars, 2;,c and 15c. It s nice to
put in your picnic backet. We have
a complete line of ready to eat foods.
Here are some of the prices: Fin
ished plate rails, 10 cents per foot; un
finished p!ate rails, 7 cents per foot;
room mouldings. !' cents Der foot.
P. J. Leo, 12y3 Third avenue.
Dunsmore and O'Coonell smoke
j house and billiard parlors, corner of
Twentieth street and Founn ave-
; nue. Every brand of good cigars and
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please and satisfy your
wants in reliable up-to-date foot
wear, giving you solid comfort and
long wear. You will tell your
Souders Laundering company at
501-503 Twelfth street. This laundri
is equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turning cut work that
is not surpassed by any laundry In
T. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kinds of poultry. It makes the
bens lay every day.
Kiln and Reinhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron-
I has the reputation of giving yoa i self.
the greatest heat and consumes j Simmons & White, new and second
about one-half less. coal. j hand stores, two big stores. The
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and largest in the state. Their great
hot water heating, gas fitting. His , slaughter sale w ill commence in a
efficient knowledge of the business, few days. Goods will be sold at un-
TAT00 ON ARM LEADS
TO AN IDENTIFICATION
Justly entitles him to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments.
Everything in ulumbing supplies.
Math's bakery and confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-cities-Bread,
cakes, pies, cookies and hot
roll. They can't be beat. Most
people Bay they are superior to any
heme baking. Let them serve you.
W. L. Gansert's candy factory.
Rock Island's most important indus
try. Chocolates, creams and cara
mels are soid by all first class con
fectioners and grocers. Call for
Gansert's and get the purest and best.
M. R. Igletart maroie acd granite
heard of prices. Everything goes.
1517-1513 Second avenue.
Glasses in time save sight. Neglect
to have them properly examined may
cause a lifetime of sorrow and regret
A Woodman design tatooed upon
the arm, led to the identification of aj
man who was found dead several days ';
ago at Fargo. N. I). TIk; deceased ;
was E. Buchanan, wnnse. bome was -either
at XiaiMra Bridge, N. v., or j
Jersey City, N. J., and he was born1.
lC, these facts being gathered from
the tatoo. A scrutiny of the Wood
! men records in the head office in this
Small disorders grow more serious jtuv u18 l" l"ttl ",au
every day. There is satisfaction in ! was a member of tbe order.
knowing for sure that your eyes are!
all right. Fred Bleuer, the expert
optician, can tell you.
The Office Boy's Windfall.
It tnkes little to encourage u poet A
typographical error, says the Washiim
tou Star, fanned the flame of hope In
the t.reaMs of the Crestvllle versifier.
The local editor had writteu this notko
for the head of the editorial page:
"Poultry taken in excbunKe for sub
scrlpti'iuH and advertising." But In the
paper tbe note appeared as "Poetry
taUen in exchange."
However, the only person wbo profit
ed by thU error wan the office lioy.
j for the next fortnight he sold to the
i junkman a quarter's worth of paper
j from the wnstebnsket every day.
louty s Companion.
all kinds of smokers' supplies.
Horst ft Stricter company, auto ued. Everything in tobaccos, cigars
! garage, tbe finest in Rock Island, i and smokers' supplies. Man is never
Their Moline car is the acme of autci better satisfied than when smoking
! perfection. A ride in this car will I their choice brands.
,! convince you it is the car to buy. Tlw; i.Ioi,h t.n.r and Mn-
The Cable music house has been ; cfactnriog company, lumber and
having a good trade in pianos and! building material for all purposes.
7 , rio.. Tulir fi'talkmg machines. Free entertain- houses, barns, granaries. We will
Brown's Business College;
OPEN ALL SUMMER
l -,f'.ti ,.,'t..,
Sat your Grocer
The Star of Brazil.
The most important cut stone of
I Brazil Is that called tbe "Star of tbe
i South." wbich was found by a negro
' woman in 15."3. It was appropriated
! by the mine owner wbo gave ber in
i return a pension for life. The stone
was sold for 15.000. the new owner
! depositing it in the Bank of Bio Ja
neiro and receiving on this security a
1 loan many times greater tbao the
value paid for the gem. The diamond
was at length sold for ten times the
j amount paid. It was finally acquired
; by a syndicate and cut in oval form
! at a cost of J2iOO by a firm in Am
: sterdam. An Indian rajah offered more
' than $500,000 for it. but was refused.
A little later it was bought for the
. gaekwar of Baroda.
All the cews all the time The Argus.
W&y Have "Merves?"
This is the reason why women have " nerve." When thought begin to frow
cloudy and uncertain, impulses la and the v-jrr irif( of pain and diktrese are sent
like flying messages throughout limb and frame, straightway, nine times in ten,
woman will lay the cauia oi the trouble to "ome defect at the point where she Brat
felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching and
uncontrollable nervousness, something roust he wrong with the head or back, a
woman naturally says, hut all the time the real trouble very often centers in tbe
womanly organs. In nit,c case out of Un the seat of the difficulty is here, and
woman should tuke rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflam
mation of the delicat: special organs of tho sex should be treated steadily and
Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made
from medicinal extracts of native rooti, without the use of alcohol, relieved over 90
per cent, of such cases. After usin this remedy fnr many years in his private prac
tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it
easily procurable, and it can be hud at any stcre where medicines are handled.
Mrs. Ln.A B. ITawk!X. of Zona, Va., wrlv-: "I had been failing In health
for two year mo-t of tiifi time was not tt): t att-tid to my household duties.
Female weakness was my tro.ibio and I v:, petting very bad but, thanks to Doctor
Plerf-e'a medicines, I am well and si."-m? aain. I took only threi bottles of ' Favor
ite Pre--rfption,' and iimM the 'Lti'n 'i-U:!..' I have uothlng but praise for
Doctor Pierce's wonderful n.licini-.."
TAKE DR. PIERCL'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS.
I meat at our store
Come and hear i give you an opportunity to save a big