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IU'1 equipped offices west of
tliicnfro. Private wires to Chi
vno and New York. Continn--iih
quotations from Western
lUion wires. Frorapt service
219 Seventeenth St. M!foaY.
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A sample package of
Clcopatia Invisible. The
finest complexion powder
made. Free to all ladies
handsome new pharmacy,
cor. 4th ave. and 20th st.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
iine avenue by Telephone.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOID AVEIUE.
IBCOKTOKATKD DHDBB THB STATB LAW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Book Island, III.
Open dally from a. as. to Bp. av. and Batarday aiags hear. 1 to 8 eclok.
FiT pmr out Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal ool
lataraJ or Real Estate security.
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w a oswbmarh, vie rnan.
P. L. Kltcfeell, P. 0. Dankmaan, John Orabanah. rhll MtckeU. H, P. Ball, L. Blmoa.
M. W Bant. J. M. Bnford. John Volk.
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LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE 1W FAIL EQDB
CA BX IIH AT
E. F. DORK,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hons Bloofc-
1706 8econd Avenue
J H BUFORO, OntoM.
It U OuieUr Aimrtod.
LX SUOOM Warns 8b. M. X.
A . I
A 'Clean Sweep a Clever Perforaaaaee
Coin lag Event.
The musical farce coined v. "A
Clean Sweep," presented at Harper's
tacatre oaturuay evening, proved an
exceptionally clever performance.
neat ana Clean, it was in no sense
overdone, and while Andj Amann, as
Julias Winkle, is the bright particu
lar star, ana nis character an ideal
one in the way of German dialect
comedy, he has the good sense not to
attempt to outshine his supporting
company, each of the various roles
being splendidly dandled, and ' each
distinct in itself. John A. Boone as
Nicholas Fix, Irvin T. Bush as Col.
Podds. Bert Gogann as Nickolbv
Knox, George W. Wills as Buffington
Quick, George W. Cunningham as
Pansy; Miss Josephine Le Coi as
Bob, Miss Grace Borron as Angelina
and Miss Georgia Sargent as Stella,
all deserving special mention. The ac
robatic and dancing feats of Mr. Cun
ningham constituted a wonderfully
unique feature. 1 ne musical num
bers were splendid, and while some
of the selections mav have been
heard before, they have not been
better rendered, and every part of
the entertainment was calculated to
create sound enioyment. We hone
Mr. Amann may again visit Rock Isl
and, when he will be sure of a better
Walker Whiteside, who is to ap
pear at Harper's theatre on Wednes
day evening, is drawing large audi
ences all over the country, and com
manding the respectful attention of
his auditors by the intelligence and
comprehension shown in his concep
tion of the characters he portrays.
His intellectual and mobile face give
expression to every thought, show-
I 1 a. m .
ing mat mina ana ieeung work in
harmony with each other, and that
his acting is a matter of art. "Ham'
let1 his masterpiece, is to be pre
Tonight the play of metropolitan
police life, the Police Inspector," is
to be presented at Harper's theatre.
The New York Journal says of the
presentation: Will R. Wilson, a
bright young newspaper man, pro
duced a drama at the Park theatre
last night which will probably enable
mm 10 give up reporting ueiore toe
year is out. There are many excit
ing scenes ana queer characters m
the new drama which are well
worthy of attention. The scenery is
ui a iiite cosmopolitan ana interest
- ,ri . ... ... -
ing variety. There was no doubt of
the success of the piece last night.
ror those who enioy stage excite
ment ana thrilling incidents 'The
Police Inspector'' will be a drama of
The Loug-fwt Word.
The longest ward in the Kngltih language it
not "smiles," although there l a mile between it
Brat and lut letters, (s-mile-s), On of the hap
piest words, however, I health ; real, rugged, ro
bust, ronslnr. red facid health. There is neith
r boon nor blessing like It. Y t thousand have
lost it aad it sta-. a lost. 1 his need not be. My-
iidhav regained their health Try usiig Dr.
Picrca's Golden Weilicil Discovery. An nivalna
ble remedy for conenmp'ion or long scrofula.
bronchi!!, Mthama, cough, heart diseisa, lever
and ague, InU'Tmlitant fever, dropsy and many
McCabe's 24th anniversary this
McCabe's 24th anniversary this
Coltix, L., Dec. 2, 18S6. My vrife
nsea ' MOTHERS' FRIEND" before
her third confinement, and says slie
would not be without it for hundreds
of dollars. Dock Mills.
,!?f,nt by express or mall, on receipt of twice.
1.611 per bottle. Book "TO MoTHEliD"
mailed free. Sold by all Druggist.
Bkadfteld RioarLTOB Co, Atlanta. Oa.
1 nayir fT 1
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquor?.
1616 and 1618 Third Ave-
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TMEtl BrOBBERFUL LEBBCB
, Are the result of years of scientific exper
fmentlng- and are now placed, owing; to
their superiority, preeminently above every
They Are acknowledged by expei
the flneet and most ierfeetly cot
Lenses HBOnN, and are peculiarly
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For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drnrf
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IT WAS A TIE.
The Feet Ball Game Betweea Mo a oath
The coolness of the weather and
what aeema to be a lack of interest
and enthusiasm in this sort of sport.
prevented as large a crowd as the
contest merited from assembling at
Twin-City park Saturday afternoon
to witness the game of foot ball be
tween the Angustana and Monmouth
elevens. It was a hard fought bat
tle, both teams being evenly
matched, so much so as to tie the
score 4 to 4. Both touch-do wna
were made in the first half of the
game, Ostrom making the touch
down which gave Angustana the
lour points, out Jailed to kick to
goal. The touch-down for Mon
mouth is credited to Schmunk, who
also failed to kick to goal. Neither
eleven scored in the last half, al
though the ball was within reach of
either goal several times. Some
stubborn rushes characterized this
half of the game, both teams fight
ing nara ior victory, Dut in vain.
The names of the players and their
positions were as follows:
Augustan. Position. Monmouth.
Ksnson Kleht end Feu rv
loonson. nigm sacKie...... ...i:mpoll
Heglm Htifiit gnard Rinkar on
P Wetrlnnd Onter Moor
Tomoolm... Left guard Wilaoa
Turner Left tackle.... Porter
Manaell Left od Glass
Cook... Qnarter back .Swanon
J weaterlund Bight half Scraank
I -of"; en Left half Mi-KaMwf;
ostrom Full back... Torn ball
Sam Kenworthy officiated as urn
pire, J. T. Miller as referee, and Wil
liam Butterworth was linesman.
The St. Albans, of Knoxville, and
Angustana elevens are contesting
ior nonors at 1 win-uity park this
At the Davenport Fair grounds
Saturday the Clinton High school
toot bail team beat the Davenport
mgn scnooi eleven n 10 u.
The boys of Twenty-first street and
vicinity have organized a foot ball
team and are prepared to meet any
eleven between the ages of IS and 16
The Victors defeated the Daven
port stone school by a score of 21 to
20 in Dart's field Saturday. The
batteries were Corken and Montgom
ery ior tne Victors and Crawford and
Ives for the stone schools.
norllng-ton and Betara, B1.50-I. O. O.
On Wednesday, Oct. 17, the C. R.
1. & 1. railway will run a special ex
cursion tram from the tri-cities to
Burlington, Iowa, for the Odd Fel
lows and their friends, who desire to
attend the semi-centennial celebra
tion and grand lodge, grand encamp
ment and state assembly. I. O. O. F.
of Iowa. This train will leave Mo
line at 7 a. m.. Rock Island, Twen
tieth street depot at 7 a. m., Moline
avenue depot at 7:15 a. m., Daven
port at 7:30 a. m., and run through
to Burlirfgton without change on fast
time, arriving there in ample time
for the grand parade. Returning,
this train will leave Burlington after
the banquet that evening and make
fast time through without stops.
Tickets only $1.50 for round trip,
and on Bale at the trl-city ticket
offices of the Rock Island route.
Some of our consumers misunder
stood our positisn regarding the test
ing of meters. We do not object to
haying either the gas or electric me
ters tested by an experienced per
son, and we will send competent men
at our expense to disconnect meters
for said purpose on request of any
consumer, but we do not propose to
have any stranger disconnect or tam
per with them at will, aad we again
warn the consumer not to allow it.
People's Power Compakt.
S. S. Davis, Secretary.
Butterine is a much abused product.
As a matter of fact it is pure, sweet.
wholesome, and infinitely preferable to
uruiuHxy country Duller. A special
CorresDondent of this naner recentlv
visited the factory owned and operated
by the Armour Packing Co., of Kansas
City, manufacturers of the widely ad
vertised Silver Churn Butterine. A
five story building is perfectly fitted
for the scientific ore ta ration of this
food product. Everything is spotlessly
clean; all appliances are the latest and
most improved, and every precaution it
taken to secure the production of an
absolutely pure and wholesome food.
All processes are under the direction oi
a foreign chemist who has made the
skillful combination of pure sweet fat
the study of his life. lie pays as much
attention to details as does the most
fastidious housekeeper to her cookino;.
The result is that Silver Churn lintter-
ine is ever fresh, fragrant and delicious
a oainty delicacy for the table.
Scientific experts endorse the new
Prof. Charles ChnnUor
City, Bays: "The product is palatable
una wnoiesome ana l regard it as a
most valuable article nf fond."
Prof. J. 8. W. Arnold, Medical De
partment, University of Kew York,
says: "A blessing for the poor, and in
every way a perfectly pure, wholesome
atuu jastataoie article ot looa.
For sale by H. Tremano ft Sons,
corner I7tb street and Third ave.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton.. ..$7 0
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added en less than ton or
ders. E. G. Fbazkb.
Vae Over Fifty lean
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrnp has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the rami
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tne best remedy for diarnra
Twenty-fire cents a bottle.
Lucy Nenefee to Francis A. Wood.
ej iwj and nw aw 16. 16, 5w, e)
sei 17, 16, ow, floo.
Gero Hoskins to Henry Hnbertv.
tract by metes and bounds sw 8, 17,
Henry Hubert y to Gero Hoskins.
tract by metes and abounds 8. 17. lw.
M. Hermann to John Erbs, part lot
23. Hale's add.. Kock Island, $1,100.
Jesse G. Cook to Simeon P. Barnes.
nwj 9, 20, 2e. 8,000.
McCabe's 24th anniversary thia
Interlined "Cellu1otd"Collars and Cuffs
turn water like a duck's back and show
neither spot nor soil. They are not
effected by perspiration, and always
look as if right out of the box. When
they get soiled yon can clean them
in a minute by simply wiping off with
a wet cloth. These are but a lew of the
advantages of wearing the "Celluloid"
Collars and Cofia. There are many
others that you will readily discover
the first time yon wear one.
They are the only waterproof inter
lined collars and enfls made. Be sure to
get the genuine with thia trade mark
stamped inside, if yon desire perfect
satisfaction. Made in all sizes and all
styles. If you can't get them at the
dealers, we will send sample postpaid,
on receipt of price : Collars, 25 cents
each. Cuff, 50 cents pair. State size,
and whether yon want a stand-up or
THE CELLULOID COMPANY.
raedway, raw TOataU
Harpef s Theatre.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
Monday, Octobet 15
The Latest Xew York Sensation,
THE POLICE INSPECTOR"
A True ai d Realist e Picture of Police
Life in Mew York City, produced
with Cpecial Scenery and Mechanical
Tie Fatiary ani Airival ef tht
Interior of Tenderloin FreciLt
The Ictpsctar'e Cfficj.
The Pawnihop "ftnee.1
A Big Cast. New Songs and Special
ties. Brimful of Comedy.
Price IS. to and 75c
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Wednesday, Oct. 17,
The American Tragedian,
Supported by his own selected
Company of Legitimate Play
ers in Shakespeare's Su.
Price 25, BO. 75 sua ft. au ea sale at
Harper Hon Pharaer Moad.r, Oct. la.
John Volk: 5e Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
. Biding. Floorlag, Valseooattag
Sta tw. at, net 4th aad Sth s
It win Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
KiObons, Carta ins and Carpet, it has
no eqnai ior Cleaning House, Killing
Moths aad Reason ag Grease Spots.
Tn . It tea tsj el Uix
POn SALB BVB)YWMKMS.
PRICE IS CENTS A CAKE OR TWt CAKES
re z GCjBjTsb
HabbH, Das Moises lows,
The trade mark oftfce largest
store plant in tne world is ar
iron clad guarantee of perfec
uon a sign Dy wmcn me pe
son who has never bought
stove can do equally as well
the expert. Ask to see them
the Dealers. Thisistheraarl
Of Mackintosh and Rubber
We are now showing a Large Stock of Ladiea
single and double Texture Mackintoshes in
Low priced. Medium and the Finer Grades.
Also Mandleberg's English Mackintoshes,
which are the finest made, and are selling them
at Chicago prices.
We slso have a special line of Misses' School
Garments that are Waterproof and Serviceable.
Men and Boys Mackintosh and Rubber Coats.
All grades and prices.
Rubber Store, Tele4$one
WILSOA IIAIGHT & CO,
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
tlanalactuiers oi FARLt. SPRIKG AND FREIGHT WAQ0I3
A fall aad eesaplet Hne ef Platferai aad
w aewra usee, ei eapei
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Ilason'o Carriage Works
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
t:j Fl:i,!:i Cj.
Hot Water Heating
lie-Ul E. 17th 8U
Rock Island, III. Tel. No. IMS
Bole Agents tot the Pa rail .
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For Ml by T. H. TbomM, DrogitU tola -Agent, Bock I.l&nd, 111-
8EIVER3 & ANDERSON
CUNTRACTORb and BUILDERS
AB tdad ef earpeaUr
Office aad Shop 721 Twelfth street
i Involves many points be
! j'ond the mere looks of it
Efficiency, economy, dura
bility and cleanliness all
demand earnest consider-
! ation. Jewel Stoves and
! Ranges stand every test
nf: rY"vi") 1
try t t
In ef Platforai aad other Bprlng Wfor especially aesptea setBS
raperlo werfMblpandaatsk Illaatraled Price Uet free sa
aioa. Be U MUUal WACOM aatose icaa1as.
Of Carriages. Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
See. and Trees
Will Wsm ftm upiti w wPtlti WTTTBTa
'I wwn vs,inya t-mm a bbm b'pbpi spiabw
tfaiem CBVOwS). If tr4. BTtHtl larsjui.W 4-S4 ta)
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