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Tnn Acatra THUBOPAYJurna 25, ica
Fsy yoar watsr rent.
Order earriaf of Grails A 0
Tka Wat kre as Lee's Little
MIn Dolly Cool U io Spriogflsl..
, Finest tnrnoata an reliable driv
ers. Cralle A Co.
Jan 38. Sands excarsioa rift R.
L A P. 11.60 rond trip.
$1.30 to Peoria nd return Saaday,
Jane 28, via R. I. & P. railway.
Ksperieaca and elota attentioa to
Tory detslL Crallo A Co's. lirery.
Freih dairy batter at Appel Bros'..
801 Third avefoe, at 1 cents per
" lira. E. F. Bartholomew left laat
evealng via the Bock laland for a
S-mooths' California trip.
Misses Ella and Mary Anderson,
who have been her for seersl
asontha. returned home to Wilcox,
The flower mill and store deatroyed
by fire yeaterday as related in laat
Bight's Akucs were at Preemption in
stead of at Beynolds.
Henry Welsaar, of Free port, ar
rived laat evening on a visit to F. A.
Leithnor. He came on bis wheel.
Baking the trip from Chicago.
Mrs. . H. Gayer gave a danciaf
party at Black Hawk Tower Tuesday
evening in honor of Miss Mary Raw
son, of Boston, who is her guest.
W. II. Dixon, mall messenger on
the Rock laland & Peoria railway, is
confined to his home on First avenue
with inflammatory rheauatlam.
John Schall, Jr.. of Coe, waa in the
city today on hie way home from
Peoria, where he went as a delegate
from this eonntr to the state con
vention. Kxcaraion train for Peoria via R. I.
A P. Sunday, June 88, leaves Rock
Island C, R. I. A P. Moline avenne
depot at 8 a m. Twentieth street
depot at 8:05 a. m.
Tatrlok H. Dixon, the Second ave
nne tailor, is to become a benedict.
The bride-to-be1 is a Daveapert lady,
and the happy event is to be cele
brated next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Montgomery,
John McCarthy. Miss Ida Vorick and
. Mias Mantle McCarthy, of Mon
mouth, visited yeaterday with Mr.
and Mrs. George Barker.
Special street csrs will leave
Moltne end on both Bine and Red
lines at 7:15 a. m.. in order to eon
neet with esnnmion train for Peoria
via R. I. & P. Sunday, Jane 29.
Charles 0. Iraboot and Frank Rod
man left In their boat Sandow for a
trip down the river, doing general
sign work, with the intention of
finishing th-lr trade at St. Louis.
O. W. Peaslee has completed his.
stun its at t. Joan's samtarv school
at Deletield. Wis., from w'hleh he
graduated with high boners. He is
now at home, being a son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Peaslee.
There will be a raspberry and ice
cream featival at the residence of R.
8. Kirk Tuoaday evening, Jane 30.
Fruits and lemonade for sale; also a
short pioeram has beea .arranged,
and a good time is expected.
' Deputy Sheriff Hall has photos of
the Buffalo Bill show crooks, in cus
tody at Salesburg, and anone hav
ing had any unpleasant encounters
show day may recognise aome of
the likenesses at the sheriff's office.
The products of the Hammond
Parking company are known in the
royal heuseholde of the crowned
heada of Europe, and are important
adjuncts to the culinary departments
oi an wen rrgniatsa American
Friends of Frank Bahnsen, who is
off on a European tour, have in
formation of his aafe arrival on the
other shore. Mr. Baansen save the
voyage waa a pleasant one and sail
ing va smooth until a short dis
tance off European aoil, when a se
vere storm blew op.
Another shaking up baa ocearred
la the police department. Officer
manes it. Moody succeeds John
Malnaeea as desk sergeant, the lat
ter having been assigned to the night
oeai Between Twentieth ana Twenty
fourth streets. Olllcsr Simmons is
changed to the .esst end beat at
Charles Rvans, the erstwhile Fifth
ward alderman and tcnsoralist, is
enjoying life Immensely in Colorado,
as is also Mrs. Evans and thcin little
daughter, Fdna. Charley is harpy
no matter where he I. He has just
son I some photographs of himself
ana ismiiy ruling about 1'ike a 'Peak
Ksstnnssen A Free will make eabi
aet photos at $1 AO per dorea for SO
days, ending Jnly 18; any style;
souiiriiirt tor groups, ana will
Hlfkcxt Honors World' Jlr,
MOST PERFECT MADE
Arwy Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, fire
v&fl Ammonia, Alum or any other sduUBsnt.
0 TIAX3 TrU STAKMSA
make two sittings. We have so
agents representing us. We give oar
customers the benefit of the commis
sion that ether photographers give
Mrs. Emma, wife of Frank Goode,
died at the heme of her mother, Mrs.
Augusta Hammer,' 238 Seventeenth
street, at 6 o'clock this morning,
aged 28 years and 6 months. The
funeral will be held from the resi
dence of Mrs. Hammer at 2:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon. .
The Tonng People's society of the
Central church will give a trolley
party this evening. The train will
start from the barn at 7:39 and pro
ceed to the ehnreh. after which a
trip including this city and Moline
will be made. Returning the party
will be taken to the Watch Tower,
stopping at the Aiken street chapel for
refreshment. Tickets are 25 cents,
and are on sal at H. D. Folsom's
Trainmen coming in from the west
on the Rock Island road today aay
that the downfall of rain west of Des
Moines last night was exceedingly
beary. It was accompanied by some
atmespherlo pranks of a eyclonio
order and which bad little difficulty
la shaking op the cars. In many
places the tracks were inundated and
nearly every wire west of the Iowa
capital was laid low.
F. FREEBERG'S FUNERAL.
OmI Valley's Wall Ka
The funeral of the late Fred Free-
berg, of Coal Valley, was held there
at 10 o'clock thla morning. Rev. C.
H. Brown, of the Presbyterian
church, officiating. The pallbearers
were: I rank Nay lor. Thomas Corns.
J. C. Ilaff. James Clegg, B. Martin
ana I nomas Les, sr. The funeral
was largely attended, Mr. Freeberg
being one of the best known citisens
of the place. Bora in Swedea June
8, 1829, he came to this country in
1857 and after living la Rock Island
a few years located at Coal Valley in
loot, naving July 29, i860, been
married ia this city to Miss Mathilda
Anderson. He leaves with his wife
two children, Mrs. Alma Lindvall,
of Moline, and Miss Fannie M. Free
berg. of Coal Valley. He bad held
various offloes of importance both in
the Presbyterian church and in the
village. He was postmaster during
President Cleveland's first term. He
was a prominent member of the A.
o. u. w.
TO RUN PRE8COTT OUT.
Mllaa Psople Aseeaad Coaeernlag Aa la-
dMMl Fnblle Character. - -
Milan, June 25 The qniet Tillage
of Milan waa stirred list evening by
numerous little gatheringa on the
several corners surrounding the
town hall. A topic of absorbing in
terest was being discussed, and later
in the evening a special meeting of
the citisens was held in the town hall.
Tickets were printed and distributed
among the citizens who were to be in
attendance, and the meeting was
called to order at 8 o'clock with the
president of the village -as chairman.
The cause of the call for the meeting
was the conduct of Ralph Prescott, a
town cnaracter, who has been
terrorizing the community for
year. His latest offense, and for
whlob. the call reaulted. con
alated ' of bis going into people's
back yards and making a 'noise to
attract the attention of the people in
the house, when he would suddenly
appear absolutely nude. The people
do not feel safe with him in their
midst, so ther think he will have tn
be put where he can behave himself
in better style than he has been do
ing. All kinds of acts have been
traced to him, and he is feared by
all, even though he is only 22 years
of age. His work must cease, and
the citizens have taken 'steps to se
cure him as soon as he shows up
The meeting was a secret one, and
newspaper representatives were not
fnlocky Day aa Gaxmeata.
-my Betters ran to days," says a
womaa in aa eastern paper. "Every
Yoniaa who entertains ia sure there is
one day ia the week en whiA she can
have no ancooss in any undertaking.
My bad day is Thursday, but, then, I
know lxits ef women who never msJco
any positive engagements for Saturdays.
Saturday is a very black day in society
iiars, ana wore are nam Mrs ox other
wise sensible individnclfl wtin will n.
er entertain on rite day of the week on
which some member of thnir f.imilv hu
died, jnt as there are those who, hav
ing once worn a gowa to a funeral,
will promptly giv the whole awnrome
away, juoroover, some girls l know
feel there are certain nmmti in whiol.
they always meet with iH luck. It amy
be a pair of pretty stockings or gloves,
or a dainty petticoat that shows signs
of being hoodooed, and oooe the evil
cenina is accnratelv eM nn tha
cursed garment, off it goes, and usually
ura puasi svus Darns u or gives it to
one giri ane naa a gruage against "
Generally cloudy this afternoon,
fair tonight and Friday; cooler.
Winds prevailing westerly. Today's
F. J. Wut, Obeerrer.
A good recommendation for 81m
mons Liver Regulator is. that it is
purely vegetable and strongly tonic
Then, too, it is better than pills be
cause easier to take ia liquid or pow-
uer ana wiia bo griping, wane the
relief from constipation, biliousness.
sick headache and dvspepaia ia quick
and ear. "I find Siaaaaoas Liver
Regulator a very aafe and valuable
lamtiy montane." Rer. J. M. Rol
lins, Fairfield, Vs.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that ao many forma of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, bnt simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with miliionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed ao highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it ia the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acta. It ia therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only rand 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, bnt if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed every where. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
Used and gives most general satisfaction,
That Hess Bros, call your
attention to their list of fine
vegetables and finits.
KoastlDg- Ban, Cneamarn, ,
tgg Plaat, Wax Baaaa,
Caallflowar, Kaw Feu,
Oalery, Tonatoai, eta.
Aay other TOfetabla
OM sad Bprlaa Chickens
are ned to order.
I Chejrle, BUk KaapberrlM, . .
California Cherrlal, Sooaebairias,
Bed BaapserHea, strawberries.
PiuBM, Oranges, current.
Be sure and send your or
der to II ess Bros, and you -will
not be disappointed.
SEE OUR NEW LINE '
Tan Cloth Tops
Made by the Peaslee
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Fret if Tows ia
Cost $2 Anasxlly.
. American Wheelman's
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Arenas. '
iTHIS " i
J IS I
There Are Honest
And Oishofitst Refrigerator!
, Just as there are honest and dis
' honest men and women. On the
refrigerator depends most ef one's
home coin foil the pleasure of eat
ing, lightening of kitchen bothers,
less cleaning to do, sarins; of men
tal worry, time to do things all
, this and more, too, comes from tbe
, honest refrigerator the tricky and
"made to sell" sorts beware of.
Marks the highest nolnt yet made
ia refrigerator making 15 patents
cover its construction is dependa
ble In every way and helpful the
pride of tbe housewife. We'd oka
to show it to every lady In town.
1I1S-1617 - SECOND AYENUK.
Ana soan toward the ikies
Ana Old Sol he tiles
To drive you Inrane,
There t nothing eonlee
Ae oda water oa Ice
To prcrent you from crowing profane.
to wh-n jour throat elxiles
And ref tinea gin Saiee,
It'a one of earth's blisses
r'oda water to sip.
Yoa will Sod H aeHctons
And Tory nutritious
Whl e refrethiDK the throat and the Up.
It Sows from the fountain
Cold as streams from the moan tain.
Or icebergs that's oa
Tbe bl k polar seas
Kery flavor from juices
Of fruits earth produces, ,
And coffee or chocolate, If yoa pleats,
DO a word to the wise,
W hen a f sir damsel algha.
And she eold water tries A
Her great thirst to shako.
Don't fail to take her to
KKBLL d HATH'n and make her
Try some of their nectar
Her love to awake.
KRELL & LIATH'S
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Seoond Ave.
Make roar parts a tnecesa by having
Krell Jl Math's Ioe Cream fjr desert.
CiSt in torn.
(Toiumbla Wild (Rherry Phosphate
VS mmmmmmmAA r r ; Jruuu w' mmmmm as saasawwrfwwaaaa
IS invaluable for Nervous Prostration, Headache, Dispepsia, Loss of Ap
petite, Impure Blood and General Debility. A MOST DELICIOUS,
COOLING SUMMER DRINK. The marked antiseptic powers -of this
preparation render It particularly valuable for the purification of impure
drinking water. To be used as a beverage or for medicinal purposes,
drink three or four glasses a day. After giving It a trial you will beosme
convinced it is the best In the market, absolutely pure and free from all
poisonous substances. Beware of so-called Wild Cherry Phosphates, as
they contain mostly poisonous matters. COLUMBIA Is guaranteed abso
lutely pure and wholesome, and makes a most pleasant beverage for sum
mer and winter. .
pOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Be sure and
Woman In Town
t f. .'
A vFew Dollars and Much Furniture,
If you buy the furniture from us. There is certain
ly something you can add to your home to improve
it So make us a call. Better values here for your
money than at any other house in the three cities.
CUBMANN '& SALZMANN
Sixteenth street and Second
New Styles in Men's Suits
8ats that arc worth
6alts that are worth
sats that are worth
Btuts that are worth
Compare our $1.90 suits with those other dealers sell at f7; the $4.90 with the
$9 suits; the $5.90 with the $10 suits and the $6.90 with the $12 suits.
You'll find them just as advertised.
4-odace bottlo m&kes QH gallons -8-ormce
bottle mc&es 5 gallons -
ask for COLUMBIA; Take no other.
That doesn't admire pretty Furniture A few years
ago only the rich could enjoy the luxury of a nicely
furnished home. It's different now. Everybody
can make a cozy, comfortable home. If you haven't
much money, or if you have plenty, step in and see
what we have to offer. It is simply a case of a few
dollars and much sense, or in other words
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
which we have placed on
Jl Pf TryaPdrcfcur GH'CA
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