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THB AKeiJB. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, lfiCO.
simon', p?o eren.
Dollj Bros'. 1 thoet.
Shoot for ft at Daily Brok'.
H. D. Mvk Is back from Boston.
Tha best broom Lee' Little Mam.
. Simon's irtltatlon, page seven.
Tt-iolier tired babies at Cralle
Men's, iot' and jontbs' shoes for
II t Dolly liroa'.
Dolly Bros, will be open this even
lojf until 9 o'clock.
Lrnox soap, eight bars tor 25 cents
at Morton's all week.
Miss Nellie Knplin Is home from a
3-we-k' iit to Chicago.
Anthonj K. Kill has pone to kfold
rftfl, Neb., to t isit his sinter.
J. Melbrrg, of (Islritartr. is In the
cltjr for a fesr day on lmin;.
For a nloe refreshing drink there
Is none like (,'ardc A Otil:iler'a.
Mr. ami Mr. I Sinmn have re
turn' d from Mt. Clemens, Mich.
The Uck Island 1'inw company
has elowd its work (or an indelinile
Whvn joii rail f"r sod water or
jrititfrr f le x that Juu p-t Curie A
Mr Mttn'n arnl Katie Dowar
Iiivp tumnrrnxr on a isit to St.
Il-nrjr K'-Zkrnkamp. M Four-t.-f
nt li-iti'l-' ht;( street, has gone
to Kl l'a"'. I'm.
A Hrar fne silver clul hkS been
foimnl in IVrt l'.yr"n with C. C.
IVyne as prt itunt.
Mrs. U lVmt-r and children re
tnrned bme to Chicago tuday after
a viit with relatives.
Inintf White. (15 Fifteenth
street. I 't lust nlgbt for Colorado
fr the betterment of his health.
Mr. and Mrs. IM Terry have re
turD'l from their stay at Hot
hpr)r. South Dakota, and cdhcr
The Tri-City Hallway comptny is
putting its overhead ejiiipiunt in
suoHt!inli:il sh:it! for the fall and
('tit tiritu Labor day at- the picnic
to be held by the Columbia club at
lliibec's garden, (iood music; aiuuse
tncnts of all kind.
The Condition of Fred Whisler is
much improved today, and although
nut cut of danger, prevent indica
tions are favorable.
It. C. Siiylcs. of Chicago, is calling
on ai'iiininlaces in the city. He is
on hl way to D.-nvcr, where ho is
interested in the mining business.
ieorpi It. Hull, for 2d jcars ono of
the Wiling ilry good inerchiiiits of
Molim. 1ied Mondny ni-ht. aged 53.
The fu.icril occurs Tlmrnday after
noon. Mrs. ll:irry Smytho and children
left l:nt evening for Omaha for a
vlit. They were accompanied by
Mi.ts Hyatt, who has been visiting in
Th. linanee committee of the
county board is holding its setni-an-nu
il meeting to. lay for tbo purpose
hi awming ttie accounts ol tho il li
ferent, county otliccrs.
Charles McIIngh completed his
lean and management of the Tower
srterdav for the season of ''JO. J
.inn will be in charge tho re.
maining month nt the report.
l!y :i?ronWing Cra'.lo & Co.'s liv-
rry jou gnt the tient of turnouts at
the most reasooible prices. F.xper-
lcncrn men are in charge nnd onlv
careful drivers are furnished.
President llues'ni;, of the Ursan
club, hits that a consignment of free
silver literature has been received
and that all calling nt the club's
h a I.iii,rtpr can have tb ir needs
N. hndsnmer store has over been
thrown open to the retail trade than
will be sen when Simon's doors are
opened in Puvenpurt nest Friday
evening. Soe the annonncemcnts on
pai;e sescn thii evening.
Aent M. J. Vouni. Conductor A
r. H!.,.r. ln.peetor It. K. K-n; and
manner rfank .immerman. cf the
iturUnton rt'n'i. conioo a party
which leaves Mopday tr a tin-day s
hnnirv nr.d lihin espedition at
K. H. MrKown has leaded lLo r.l
denco of officer I'hil Miller on Fourth
avenue. Mr. Miller with his son
lhvld will take tip his ahu lc on
r-iRnioenm siren n the cottsjc
lorrocriy occupie.i i.y the lata Dr.
Trnes.lale as an othoe.
Iten. Mipt. A. I. SMi ken, of the
I hocni Kriuv compsny, i at the
it-r per. Mipt. aniiikcii ay the
work of contruotion will be pusbri
rapiitly ahead and that the boiidnv
Highest Honors World'. Fair,
MOST TERFECT MADE.
t CrjtT Ortm of Tirtir Pow.lrf. Tfet
Arntnoo', Alum cr iir cv.a d.Mcrv
40 YIAIS TH8 STANDARD.
1 V J
will see the Phoenix company
through with its part of the undertak
ing. Ed mood Jerome Redmond, ot
Brooklyn, New York. andMisa Adelia
As Cootware, ofCaicijri. were mar
ried last evening by Justice David
Hawes. Bride and groom belong to
the theatrical profession. Before
the footlights the bride is known as
Augustan ollejf" anl the theolo
gical seminary opened its fall term
in all departments this morning.
The attendance was folly up to that
of the corresponding period last year
in all departments, and in the com
mercial department it showed an in
crease ot 100 per cent.
In giving the salaries of public
school teachers elected at Monday
evening's board of education meeting
a few errors were made. The salary
of Mi-s Jennie 1'rir-k is ft J, of Miss
Km ma Roderick f 10, of Miss Lillian
Fitzpa'rick 10, of Miss Mina .
Kven f G and of Mrs. Dewey f 15,
instead of as published.
Mrs. (Jeorge Worker, Mrt. Catha
rine Mitsch. Miss Anna Panlsen,
(Jeorge L. Aster. L. C. If h. of this
city, and Mrs. Clara Gnyer and D. C.
Daggett, of Moline, are among those
attending the national Grand Armv
encampment at St. Paul. Messrs.
Pfoh and Aster will spend two weeks
In sightseeing about northern ooints
Dr. J. D. Unangst has arrived from
Haskell's Pu-t Graduate School of
Dentistry at Chicago, and bas opened
his office at room ? Whitaker
block. Davenport. The Haskell
school is the leading institution of
its kind in the I'nited States, and
represents students from all parts of
the world. The doctor is thorough
1? posted and np to date in his pro
fession, and we cheerfully recom
mend him to the patronage of the
people of Kock Island and vicinity.
WORDS OF APPRECIATION.
rleudlr Crouillmnot fur a Past Accom-
Tho Davenport Leader in repro-
ucmg an article alluding to the
reformation which has taken place
at the Bastian farm in Black Hawk
township, credits it to "The Altai's
of IC'K'k Island, which during the
past months of early spring did such
meritorious work in making the in
vestigation ot the Bastian premises
Black Hwk township a neces
sity, " and in conclusion make3 this
ne cannot refrain from crediting
tbo Kock Island newspaper with tie
reat worK or recurving the recorJa
f Kock I stand county in the persist
ncy of its demands which made the
reopening of the Kusclimann inquest
matter ol urgent duty, liie lailn-
uIdcss of the reports of the investi
gations made at the Bastian prem
iscs as submitted to its readers by
that worthv and representative pi
per, has been a journalistic triumph.
Thf. Aiiiits was read and ouoted as
n authority on tho matter by the
press ot four states. Not for an in
stant did it cease in its advocacy of
what it thought was right until the
nnuest was reopened, and the full
est investigation was made. Now
that The AK'ii s is able to chronicle
the transformation of the famous
premises into an ordinary well kept
farm, the renders of the tn-city pa
pers will feel satisfied that no more
horrors will startlo their peaceful
ives. It is proper that the iuict of
an ordinary farm shall supplant its
sensational use as a show plaoe and
a museum of horrors."
I nmpi'titlan fr ifnhh on tne i-armr,
fr-ntUe. WnMi., Sept. 2. Tho llyke
Muru. the first stamer of the new
uttlr-Orlentnl lin. the Nippon Yuz'-n
K.tisha. has arrived hero. The arrival
of the steamer wns madfr the oi-casion
ef a prcat ctehratlon in which all of
the i "itirr.crctnl interests of the city
Joined. The new steamship linewill
work In ronjtinetion with the ireat
believed It will prove a formidable
factor In the la Ifle earryins trIe.
Siillltn an. I Kharkry Mrrt.
New York. Sept. 2. John L. Sullivan
nnd Tom Sharkey met in a three-
round friendly bout In Madison
S-pinre rhi J.ki. Monday nluht lefore 4.
wsi person. - i ni extooiMon was verv
tame nnd tfcT was no ojiportunitv to
Ju'le Sharkey's ability. Sullivan was
about ri?ty pounds heavier thnn
Sharkey and wan ronaideral'ly winded
nt the Asc.
IlBokls avmtoa 8wla
The best salve In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, eloers, salt
rheum, fever sores, WUt, chapped
nanas, cniinisms, corns and all skin
eruptions, ana positively cares
piles or no pav reonired. It is puar
anteed to nive perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. nrlo 35 oents per
oox. orsie dt nartsa UUemeTer
IMmarrana Itrloklnc SVtr.
Death lurks in impure water. It
breeds diseases, often in epidemic
The first symptom is looseness ot
tho bowels. These diseases are
checked by taking Foley s Colic Cure.
oiu oy m r. liahnsen.
Hi In Annthrr FrrMr-Mindrri InMltnt.
hrankfort. Ky.. Sept. 2. Fire jester
iiienimii aestroyea the main
bu;ldit;s of the state feeble-minded in
stitute. None of the Inmates was hurt.
lltnlnt-m PortioB Uarawd.
Meilrn. Ma. Sept, 2 Tho business part
of Idrtonia. this county, has been gutted
To Cafe a Cold ta Oo. Day
Take laxative Hronio Quinine Tab.
let. All drnccists refund the
tnosey it it fails to enre. 25 cents.
TBS Asacs, only 10c a week.
i i - ' -
X7itn. a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish lefore properef
forts tfentle efforts pleasantefforts
r'ght'.y directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that ho many forms of
thickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the fcvslem, which the pWsant
family laxative, yrupof l'ijrs. prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
to-medy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects-are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
nil important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the penurae arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Kiff Syrup Co. only aud sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of gtHKl health,'
and the systum 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, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
v.-ell-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs6tanls highest arid is most largely
Used and gives most general satisfaction.
To pick out a nice Sun
day dinner if you call at
our store. We have any
thing obtainable in trie
market, and the best as
sortment in town.
VEGETABLES . .
Summer Sqaiph, Tomatoes,
nnbiarl Sig Nnt,
Cacnmbirj, Sweet Potatoes,
&oap Baxichce, l'arley.
Celery, Lima Bcane,
FRUITS ... t
Pickle IMare, Preerric? Peara. L
California Pcactce, California Peart, IT
California Plnrcs, Michigan reacbes if
All orders promptly filled.
UE SHALL SELL EVERY.
" thin in the shape of
eiummer shoes or Oxford s,
or Men's, Women's, Boys
and Children's at prices that
will startle you during the
balance of August.
Ve Must Have Room
For FALL STOCK, and
prices are going to be cut to
the quick. See us for Shoe
August Shoe Sale.
Free It Yours is
Cost $2 Annually. as
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Arena.
y1 aww m yy
Riverside Hard Coal Bate
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM
ICE CREAM SODA
Is what von will liod at KRKLL
& MATH'S. Fure fruit juices are
used for flavoring, and with
cream is rich, dainty, and both
refreshing and nourishing on a
hot day. When your appetite
fails you try some of
Krell & Math's
It is both food and drink.
KRELL tS MATH
Phone 1158. 1716-1718 Peoond Ave.
No housewife's table is complete,
No matter who is fed,
Without a loaf from Krell & Math's
Their perfect home-made bread.
fzn I It
Of cur new Fall and Winter Stock, which will not be long, we are going
of our Spring Stock in
Boys' and Children's Knee Pants and
On our table display of Shirt Waists you will find
quality in Star and Mother's Friend make lhat we sold at
$i 40, $1 and 75c, all go at 50c each. Also walits that were
25c at 15c, and 75c waists at .-9c.
Are these prices an inducement for you to assist
in the land and none in Rccic Ishnd qu'te as good
Mcltlty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
S NOT ALWAYS IN THE FIELD. A LITTLE
cash and some wit expended in our store reaps a
nch reward at this season of the year. The crop ot
low prices is great; it is ripe. Have yon harvested
The Wily Turk
Had mighty little to do with Turkish towels bevond
giving them this name. We propose, however", to
have a good deal to do with them, and this week will
distribute a tew wagon loads at prices which mean a
big saving to you. Three numbers from a dozen:
At ficapice?,Sereensjod!7.e. hear Tnrklh towela woith rr
v . f Y7 IMp Ta'k1,h loweK worth Kc 1" dozen ot m at Wis.
t-pec al Sjc tleachea Tnrtlsh toweU, 10 diaon to Til at 1.
4i jam wuh c!oth. while they last, 2c.
Uea.y ierrj Cloihs, 18c kind at Hlc.
Cro.hed prices-Ml piece, extra (wary all Hcen craah. worth Tttc a
ya-d. -D-yM pi;. a for 91 18. Fiore th" iK ySuSf '
.;. pieces heavr ail linen crah; tninthe man uuda a mistake in the
yrxe; bnt lh erwh is here, 10c quality at 7c.
hpacUl drlrecf 850 yards extra quality cotton crash, 7 yards for 5c.
$2 68 Duck Suits at 75c.
gibteuK nd 8"plece P1 n4 calico tuits to be ariren a qnick
Uavebeenfl.a0.ta and $2 6S any of them now TSc.
POOL DAYS ARE COMING
mills and are well worth your time to
know our reputation on Carpets and can
F0R FINE FURNITURE
Clemann & Salzmann.
SHOES FROM $1,50 JUSTJD tTPWABDS
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
And with them the time for replacing those Carpets.
During the past few weeks we have been receiving an
entire new line of the swellest Carpets ever laid out in
Rock Island or vicinity for your inspection. It comprises
all the new effects in Savonncries. Axmlnsters, Wiltons,
coay urusseis, etc. ihese are the products
We take a back seat for no one. Our stock Is complete,
and, as in the Carpet department) you will Find the
Prices Always Right. Prepare to look at our line before
you buy and you will save much time and trouble, and
consequently money In the end.
ALWAYS Itf THE LEAD.
Children's Suits, Knee Pants.
All small lots of Children's Suits at half price there are
suits at 98c worth $2. suits at $1.48 worth $3, suits at $1 68
worth $3 50 and suits at $2.88 worth from $5 to $6.
All wool Knee Pants that are worth one hundred cents
good, soucd money, we are now selling at 49c
us in unloading? You know our qualities, the best
those who compared will vouch for this statement.
HAVE YOU GOT YOUIt CAMERA YET? A LIT
tle patience and perseverence will enable yon to
take very good pictures and learn a useful art as well.
We price them lower than any camera was sold at be
fore. Feather Boas.
A chance pnrcbas of new feather boa al rem tha dol'ar. Orrr
onreounteisihry fat tne same rau. s dosem featSKt hnai. extra.
lecgtN cneap at Sl.l here fine
Larftrrbo.ofselectea fcathrra, big and t fly, very food valua at
$1.76. ncra 9Ss.
And br ra? tpa tTrr handsonw tma of tnely csr'.el faatbers,
long and fall, rrftslar SS valo. here at.SS.
They are rtylftb aud cheap and wul go quirk.
Cotton Flannel Cheap.
To start the sravm with a rah we throw eat IS plrra cod plamp
eottnn flanr1. at SO yard lor SI-
A ei O00 tip-uv VJt long nap cotton flannel, while It lasts, ruaa
quick, 7 4C
Tennis Flannel Bargains.
A special drive In cvd Vie tennis tunel.thie week SSe.
I'reity patterns, ligni ana dark tennis, regular lUc qnaiity. at ?ic.
Early Arrivals in Fall Dress Goods.
At IV, jaeqaard novelties, very Suitable for school dreset .
At ltc. nfcndmme mohair shot plaida, wuh venila'O d silk eSrrts.
At 4Si styltsh noTeltlrs la all wool ssitin-. worth SSc aid SSc; to
make early rolling lircy we elan I beta at SV,
At MSc. very special 40 Inch alack mohair Srnred noreltlee hi the f
estnattecrs. Toese are good Sc valuea, and when aold Mt cannot he
rcplaevd at thia price.
of the best
look at. You
to unload the balance