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THI2 AKBUB. THURSHAV, 8EPTEMBER 10. 198.
TO COMPOSE A CLUB.
Order the T. C. Iand."
Cralle & Co reliable livery.
The best Irooni l.ee's Little Gem.
Havennort mile track races nest
Mr. am) Mr. C. Smellier have a
Y.il Wet '.er, of Ottawa, la visiting
So the fit.
Ititvi nport mile track racca Sept
i:.. in. t; and is.
Mis Clara H-ienroth ha returned
from a vliit at Atkinson, 111.
For a nir refreshing drink there
'. non like Carse & (inlweiler'a.
Mis Sarpeant, f Onw, is vis
iting Mis Shsw. 22. Sixth avenue.
Ir. Stephen, of Wah-ntt, Iowa,
was in the ritv jeaterdajr on busi
ngs. T. V. Strain en me down from Chi
eic' this morning on a bort busi
Tho Mueller . mill at Daven
port will iispind for the season Sat
When yon rII for soda water or
irlntT I that jrou get Carse &
Vli n iirdrrln carriages remember
Crti! - ('areful drivers and
Tli K 'k Island Turner society
f.j.on It pitanasinui for the fall
tTtu thin evening.
MrV J. It. Mills. 6 6 Twenty-third
tr"t. h'ft this timrning for Mead
II, !'., a iit.
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Miliman, of
I: k h-.'r, N. V., aro the guest of
Mr. and Mr. II. A. Weld.
V. J. Kerr has in stork a swell
rubber tired carriage that much re
sembles a private turn out.
Mrs. (J. I . White, 51:1 Twenty
third rtrcet, departed for Greenville,
i'a., this morning on a visit.
Two combination hose and chetnt
ral wsons have been received tor
the Moline paid lire department.
Mm r.vihne Noltmann has re
t'lrnt d tn H ostein to resume her stud.
ies at the New England conservatory
J. K. Montrose, Charles Mcllugh
ami K. 11. l'lummer left for "their
gunning trip tn Spirit Lake last
vrnlng. Kach r,l them took out aa
accident Insurance policy
The 1 0-year-old son of Mrs. Clara
Kngmnn. of Moline, ho committed
stiic-ido atiout throe months aro. has
been sent to the Poor farm. The
boy has been a mbject of charity
since Ins mother s ueiith.
A lare number of ladies called at
F.lmhurit, the pleasant suburban
home of Mr. and Mrs. K. (1. Krazer,
betwei n :t and i oVIork yesterday
a'ternnon to meet .Mrs. Uov. Alt
geld, who is spending a week there
lieorge I.. Wilcox has movea bis
tsilor shop from -ti J 3 Fifth avenue
to the southwest corner of Twenty
loiirtb street and tutu avenue, up
stair, wiii customers as well as
iiew one are invited to rail on him
Murk Murphy, that funny little
man, who is nut thiyear with his old
eomeiiT, ) iMwit s Neighbors," un
der the popular management of Mur
ray A Murphr. will appear at Har
per's theatre Sunday night, in his
The regular monthly meeting o
the Young 1'cople's Christian union
f the I'nitcd I'ri-sbvttrian church
will be held in the lecture room of
the church this evening. A full at
tendance of the members is desired
to hear the report from the Omaha
lr. C'louer. the noted
dnctnr, is located at lliijl
nventm where nil are invited
on him for free consultation. All
cures dona by simply laying on of
liamts. Lest oi recommendation
anil testimonials ran be. seen at his
tnc. All cordially invited
Kev. Mark It Tatlor. new chap
lain in chief of the Grand Army, is an
t I I Keck lland ronnty lmy, 'having
cone to the front in isi-' from Milan
He is at present pator of the Con-
eregati nsi church at Canton, Mass
Kev. rATlor and w fit arc visiting
Mrs. It. Km-h. Mrs. Taylor's sister.
in i 'iiven port.
The I'hoenix Hridge company ei
pf rts to h-ive the span on which it is
working now complete.! bv Saturday
n.ght. This will leave but throe
more srans to be erected, and from
jrcent in Iteati in it would appear
b m j -a lae u ica island bridire
would open t foot passengers and
street car tnfhi by the middle of
9aa Baarlar the Kama of Dot.
to ba rormtMt Tonight.
A meeting is to be held tonight at
Roche's ball on Twelfth street and
Fifth avenue for the purpose of form-1
ing an Altgeld marching club. The
attendance cf all democrats is re
quested and there will ba no restric
tions as to locality in tbe constitu
tion of the rail of membership. All
that is expected is that all aeeking
to join he residents of Rock Island
and democrats. The boys expect to I
form a club that will distinguish!
useii in me present campaign.
PORT BYRON POINTS.
Naws f Mlacallaaaoaa Ckmru-lar Vran
tba I'ppar Kad of tba Cwaotr.
Pokt Uvkom. SeDt. 9. Mrs. E. J.
rietuing and daughter. F.lsle, of La
I'orte. Iowa, are visiting in Port
Mark Ashdown is in Chicago this
F. S. fiatcs is in Hock Island this
week serving as a grand juror.
Congressman U. W. Prince is billed
for a speech here tomorrow night.
L- iioDari nss improved his
tore front with a fresh coat of
J. . Williamson, of Angus. Iowa.
a former resident of this place, was
shaking hands with friends here last
A. 11. VVendt is painting and pa
pering the Baney houte north of bis
store, and it will soon be occupied
bv Mrs. Uarnett.
Postmaster Garnett suffered an at
tack of loin bago Saturday and Sun-
uay, uui has since about recovered
hit usual health.
W. V. Pearsell and S. A. Wilson
went to Chicigo Monday night with
two car loads of horses and one car
of hogs from Albany.
Miss Clara Zollinger left home
Monday for Galcsburg, where she
will attend Knox college, making the
siuny oi music a specialty.
lue public school began Monday,
The building has been completely
remodeled, and is very convenient.
j no teachers lor the year are Prof.
C. K. Ferguson, Miss Bertha Stod
dard, Miss Rolfc, Miss Lilly Cox and
rrank Mtciton's team indulged in
quite a little run Sunday morn
ing. Starting from rtormand & Mil
ler s meat market they ran north on
! rent street with little Lee Skelton
in the wsiron. The boy is small, but
ho is plucky, and stuck to the wagon
and lines until the team took to the
sidewalk in front of Mrs. A. Hasson's
place and came to a stop, with no
damage done except a few broken
pickets in Mrs. Hasson s fence.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge this morning was 80 and
rising; tho temperature 82.
Boats up were the baturn. Satel
lite. Jo Long and Winona.
lhe Boardman and Verne Swain
were in and out of port, and the I
Duke came down.
The water is rising at St. Paul,
falling at Rod Wing, rising at Reeds'
Landing and stationary down to St.
Louis, where a slight fall is recorded.
lbe forecast is that during the next
24 hours the river will remain nearly
stationary from Rock Island north
X7ith a better understanding of the
v transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts pent ie efforts pleasant efforts
rifrhtly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. fcyrupof F'ijrs. prompt
ly removes. I hat is why it is the only
remedy with milliousof families, and is
everv where esteemed so highly by all
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects ase due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
orpans on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon nni
chase, that you have the penuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and Gold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and tbe system is reirular. laxatives or
oter remedies are then not needed. If
amu-ted 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
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Fiirs stands highest and is most largely
Used and gives most general satisfaction.
Riverside HardCoal Baie
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM
1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
1L. I IS
From which to select some
tliiiii? to finish out your Sun
Watermelon, Musk melon.
Peaches (In batket) Oranges.
Everything fresh and good,
and all ordeis promptly
A Fiona Tale.
There are snmo people who will not
believe the following story cf a horse
which takes tho end of a hose pint! in his
mouth and holds it there until his thirst
is fueiH'iii'd, but it is said to be a fact
Tho horse is owned by F. S. Lrown oi
A n son la, Ccun., and the horse is sta
bled at Curtis' livery barn. It was svv
cral days ago tliut one of the stablemen.
while fooling with him, offered him tho
end of the hose pipe, through which the
water was flowing, and, to bis surprise.
the borsu took it in his mouth and held
it thero until ho had a good drink. The
next time the. horso was led to the
trough he of his own accord took hold
of the pipe and succeeded in gcttin
the end in his mouth and had a good
drink and coiitiuurs to do so day altu
day. Huston Herald.
HESS BHDS J
Complete line of shoes for school
wear made for service and bard
knocks, tut they are stylish lock
ing shoes as well.
Misses1 solid spring heel Don-
gola, button, heavy soles,
made for wear
llrao Club. Attention.
All members of the Bryan March
ing club are ritiuestcd to meet at
headquarters at 7:30 o'clock sharn
tomorrow evening to take the uoys' snoes, sona
o clock car for Sonth Rock Island
to attend the flag raising.
A. D. llLF.-iiNi;, Pres,
See oar line of Child's 5 to 8
spring heels, all solid, made' Cfl.
for wear UUO
Youths1 shoes, solid .
Tt Caia m Clrt la l7
Take Uxative llromo (juinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 24 cents
Highest Honors World's, Fair,
Sliver Mao, Attentla.
The regular meeting of the Rock
Island i'.imctallic union will be held
this evening at the Bryan club
rooms, when all members arc ex-
poctcd to be present together with
E. II. Gi-YF.it, President.
E. N. Thompson, Secretary.
Men's shoes, lace and congress $
Occasional light showers this after
noon, clearing tonight nd cooler; fair
and considerably cooler Friday.
normwesieny winus. loday s tem
per sure, pa.
F. J. walz. Observer.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Pow Jer. Free
twm Ammonia, Alum ot any other adulter mt
, 43 YEARS THI STANDARD.
lasr Tan 1-aar Uoarsatat 180S.
I will replace tree all work that I i
t . . . 1
nave aone during me past 10 years
vast is not satisfactory.
G. M. Babcock,
1725 Second avenne
Licaasad to Wad.
Andrew o Nelson Rock Islnnd
aiwumi a. vuut Orion I
rhar!. W. Taranner Lunxrk
.mia jenn:e u i ew Cordo-. i
Ta Car a Cold la Om Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
le's. All druggists refund the money
u it falls to enre. 25 cents.
1717 Second Avenue.
The fo yyin
Popular favor is to give your patrons the full benefit of every cent
they pay you. This is the principle upon which ZIMMEK & CO.'S
business has been built up. Not alone in quality of goods, but in fit
and workmanship as well. It's honest values and honest work.
A FAULTLESS LINE
Of Fall Suitings. Including Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsted Serges,
Vicunas, etc., all of which will make up Into stylish, tasty looking
business suits. For day or evening dress our line is complete in every
respect, and we invite inspection, believing that we can please the most
fastidious, both as to style and price.
Call Farly While the Line is Complete
cIT. IB. ZZJLJttTVKTElTEL c& DC3.
ICE CREAM SODA
Is what you will iiad at KRELL
& MATH'S. Pure 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 & MATH
Phone 1158. . 1716-1718 Second Ave
No housewife's table is complete,
No matter who is fed.
Without a loaf from Krell & Math's
Their perfect home-made bread.
lie Want SoieMy's Ear.l
Si f7 Hit S
Oomebody who in ihe near future will buy Carpets, Furni-
ture, or things of thit sort. We want you to remember
that our assortment of these goods is very large, very hand
some and very reasonable in price. Be sure and call on us
before you make any purchases. We have
I No Time to Tell Funny Stories
But we can assure you that it is to your interest as well as our
own to see us before you buy. The biggest and best in this
line in this vicinity.
ICletnann & Salzmann.
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD.
Before the Arrival
Of our new Fall and Winter Stock, which will not be long, we are going to unload the balance
of our Spring Stock in
Boys' and Children's Knee Pants and Suits.
On our table display of Shirt Waists you will find
quality ia Star and Mother's Friend make that we sold at
$1 40, $1 and 75c, all go at 50c each. Also waists that were
25c at 15c, and 75c waists at ;qc.
Children's Suits, Knee Pants.
All small lots of Children's Suits at half price there are
suits at 98c worth $2. suits at $1.43 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, sound money, we are now selling at 49c.
Are these prices an inducement for you to assist us in unloading? You know our qualities, the best
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REIT'S TA.ET SHOES FOC 1.50 UPWARDS