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TBS ABTJ8, SATUKDAV. SEPTEMBER 12, U
Ant!, tbe tailor.
Lnnch O'Connor & Brongh.
Cra'.le A Co. reliable livery.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Andy, the tailor, 151 Second
Homer Wilcox, of Chicago, U ia
City Clerk A. I). Ilucuing is in
Special sale c! Telocipeds tonight
at Kck hart's.
Chicken lunch at O'Connor
George S'idlow returns to school
at AaJovcr Mondav.
Lovely chicken lunch at O'Connor
A Broagh's tonight.
!( you want seracthing nice buy
your butter of Mancker.
Just received a large assortment of
fancy crockery at Kck hart's.
For a nice refrcshin? drink there
li nr.ne like Carse A Onlweiler'e.
Free ami unlimited production of
music at the White Seal tonight.
Andy, ths tailor, is the man you
want w. tor a suit or overcoat.
Cy and Albert lrt leave Monday
to regime their college studies at
MirP4 Ji-nnie and Udle Kice have
returned from a week's vacation in
When yon call for soda wnter or
pinker ale see that you (jet Carse &
Milk and cream for sale on Nine
teenth street, between First and Sec
Con'TPisman Georc W. Prince
wnia the city for a few minute
thi 4 morning.
lanclnir school at Roche's ball
Tuendny and Saturday evenings
mission '.'5 cents.
When ordering carriages remember
Crnlle s Co. Careful drivers and
Dancing school at Roche's hall
Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
Admission 'Ji cent.
Attend tha free dance tonight at
Lag"' hall in Moline. Music by
the Bartlet Music company
Dancing school at Roche's ball
every Tuesday and Saturday even
Ing. Admission 2) cents.
Another one of those good hot
lunches at Hilly Cut ton's White Seal
t'tnlght. Kverybody invited.
Prof. Otto's orchestra will render
all the latest and most popular mu
sic at the White Seal saloon tonight.
New men have been put in the
manner in which the policy was liqui
dated. Mrs. J. J. Reimers returned home
to Chicago today after an estended
visit among friend.. Mrs. F. C. A.
Denkmann entertained in her honor
Col. F. L. Morrell, who has been
in the city for several weeks on the
annual inspection of the books of the
building, loan and savings associa
tions, left for his home at Eranston
The bnildings of the Rockford Con
struction company will be put tonse
Monday, when work will be com.
menced on making 600,000 brick.
Rock Island capital is backing the
works this time.
Miss Bertha L. Johnson has re-
signed her position as stenographer!
at State's Attorney Searle's office to
pursue a coarse in elocution and
music at Hedding college. (
Col. Alex Mackenzie, assistant to
the chief engineer of the United States
army, is in city on official business.
Col. Mackenzie ha manr friends
here who are always glad to see and
Capt. and Mrs. J. M. K?ardslev.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ohlweilnr, Mr.
and Mrs. John Crubaugh and Mrs.
Charles Mclingh and daughter. Miss
Dome, returned tnis morning from
their visit to Yellowstone Park.
Gcoree L. Wilcox has moved his
tailor shop from 2629 Fifth avenne
to the southwest corner of Twenty
fourth street and Fifth avenue, np
stairs. Old customers well as
new ones are invited to call on him.
Frank Cam nana, the Second av
enue fruit dealer, has left the citv
for parts unknown. He leaves
several creditors, it is said. He owes
Joseph Pusatoirc, the Twentieth
sfeet dealer, fi25. Jim Rosso, of
Clinton, is running Cam pan a' s place.
Rev. I. . Allen, Jr.. and family
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the manv phys
ical ills, which vanish Ik-fore properef
f orts gentle e (forts pleasant efforts
rijrhtly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so manv forms of
sickness are not due to anv actual dis
ease, but 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 millionsof families, and is
every where esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects ate 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
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 t lg ssyrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjovment 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, but if in need of a laxative.
one fchoultl have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
Used and gives most general satisfaction.
Popular favor is to give your patrons the full benefit of every cent
they pay you. This is the principle upon which ZIMMER & 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
Riverside HardCoal Bate
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM
Of Fall Suitings, including Cassimcres, 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
Ad-1 returned from Chicago last evening.
meir iniru avenue come was in
possession of a company of friends
on their arrival, a supper also being
in reauniess, sou nevcrai nours were
most pleasantly spent.
The Y. W. C. T. II. will meet at
the home of Miss Phillips, 229 Six
teenth street, Monday evening at
:30. This is the meeting for the
annual election of officers. There is
also other business of importance.
All members are earnestly requested
to ie present.
a istirnngion freight train in
charge of Conductor Yettcr and En
gineer Mitchell was wtecked at liar.
stow yesterday afterncon. The train
was bound for Kock Island. Two
cars laden with coal were derailed.
and about forty feet or track was
torn np. No one was hurt.
Good Things to Eat
Are easily found if you know
where to look fortheiu. Always
plance at this space and see
what we are offering.
VEGETABLES . .
Summer Bqnwh, Tomatoes,
Hubbard Kg Plant,
rick'lng Onion?, Sweet Potatoes,
Celery, Luna Beans,
Carrot. wax Beans,
There Are Many
Men of Many
place i f tbo union hodcariers who
struck on the court house the other
P. T. Dixon is back from his Chi
cago purchasing trip. Pat sayr. he
ha the finest line of irood in these
If you get 1C ounces to every
pound fir I. product it means
morn f ir your money than any other
Cunt. John McConochie, of tho
Kndman It 1 lies, who has been ill for
several weeks with typhoid fever, is
very low today.
Tom Kobluson, tbc sprinter, is
looking for a race, lie is willing to
run anyone for anv distance for
money, marble or chalk.
A. C. Dart, Hen Hart and J. (J.
Paddock left this morning for Mani-
towish., is., where they will spend
a week angling ami hunting.
Odd Fellows' excursion to Clinton
und:ty, Sept. 13, on the Citv of Wi
nona and bnrge. Brmt leaves Kock
Inland at N a. m. Pare 50 cents,
W. C. Mnucker received over sisty
gnllon r f choice butter from his farm
cutonirs today. Stop in and select
a jir before tlie price gets higher,
Andy, the tailor, W shewing the
mint complete line of Scotch plaids
intberity: all the latest shades,
Drop in at HIS and look at them
Odd hallows' excursion to Clinton
Sunday. Sept. 13, on the City of Wi
nona and barge. Host leaves Kock
Island at a. m. Pare 60 cents.
Work has been susjeaded on the
Twentj-f.urih street storm drain
pendirg an adjustment of the differ
ences between Mcsr. Mulhcrn and
Don t leave your order for a fall
suit until you see the line of novel,
ties Andy, the lailtT, is showing;
anviaing yon want at iis Second
Mrs. C. t.W. Sehrocder. 502 Fif
teenth street, desire to publiclv ac
knowlege the receipt of f 1,000 from
Cable camp. 201 M. W. A. in which
her late husband was insured, and to
thank all concerned for tbe prompt
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Dr. Clonser, the noted French
doctor, is located at 1G01 Fourth
avenue where all are invited to call
on bim for free consultation. All
cures done by simply laying on of
hands. Best of recommendations
and testimonials can be seen at his
office. All cordially invited.
1 he Ai:it;s, when it goes into a I
fight, especially where it is for the
benetit of that eity, generally lights
to a finish, and be it said to its
credit, nine times out of 10 the seg-
gestions of Tiik Ak(;is are put
through. Just at present it is work
ing hard for tbe improvement of the
river front down there. Moline
Hon. William Prentiss, of Evans-
ton, is to speak in Kock Island next
Thursday evening. Ho will disco cs I
free silver at the Joslin fair "rounds
in the afternoon. Mr. Prentiss
formerly resided at Mscomb and
he was dorine his residence there a I
candidate for congress in the old
FHventh congressional district, and j
is very popular in Kock Island
THE FALL RACE MEETING.
Peaches (in basket) Oranges.
i CHEESE ...
Trjniage de Brie, Clubbonse,
New York C'ram,
BUT they all agree that our Nation
. . al Americal drink of
. , SODA: WATER
is found in its acme of perfection
at KKELL & MATH'S. Why
their pure Crushed Fruit in
Peach, Strawberry, Kaepberry,
Orange and Pine Apple
ICE CREAM SODA
should taste more delicious than
any sampled before, we can't tell
but it is so and the public
Rock. Island appreciate the fact,
We Want SoieMy's Ear.
Oomebody who in the near future will buy Carpets, Furni
ture, or things of that 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
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.
SCHOOL SHOES krell & math
1 ran port Mil Tavck Events
Ift at Week.
Undoubtedly one of the best meet
ings ever seen ia this section, will
ccur at the Davenport Mile
Track b;innlng Tuesday Sept 15. A
list or entries that has never iieiore
been eiiualed hereabouts is assured
and every day will have its special
feature so that you cannot miss it to
go every day. atch for tbe phe
nomenal natural pacer. Aiiiertross.
that horse that paces alone without
sulky or driver, will give exhibitions.
tt atch The Akuis tor notice oi the
r-N nAI If rri r
XcrtV'H I. f.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adultasmt.
The undersigned laundrymen have
agreed to do a cash business on and
after Oct. 1. 196.
Coupon books in denominations of
from fl to 10 will be soid at a dis
count of 6 per cent and can be se-
curea irom the different drivers or
the laundry cilice.
SK.SKU. Parker Laundry.
A. M. I'AKkEit. Prop.
Rock I Jand Steam I-ann.lry.
C. O. D. Laiindrv.
CAUL A, HTKUMAS.
MoLne C itv foundry
M. H. L.Y..R. lrop.
P. A. Ml.KKVMAH.
Fifth Vard Daanocrmt..
All voters of the Fifth ward are re
quested to meet at the Twenty-sec-
unu aireei nose nouse luesday even
ing for the purpose of organizing a I
i, u i
r.J. Stasssex, Committeman.
(Jajjf rally fair tonight and Sunday
wun more or less cloudiness: vervl
time cnnge io temperature, north
erly winds. Today's temperaure, 70.
r. wilt, uoaerver.
Comp'ete line of shoes for school
wear made for service and bard
knocks, but they are stylish look
ing shoes as well.
Misses' solid spring heel Don.
gola, button, heavy soles, CJ1
made for wear. . vl
See our line of Child's 5 to 8
spring heels, all solid, made Clin I
f.ir wear UUl
Boys' shoes, solid Jp
Youthi' shoes, solid aUC
Men's shoes, laco and congress A
BAKERY AND PARTY
Phone 1168. 1718-1718 Second Ave.
Each loaf of our Bread weighs
three ounces more than any
other Bakers. Try a loaf.
Clemann Salzmann. $
ALWAYS IX 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 tabic display, of Shirt Waists you will find
quality ia Star and Mother's Friend make that we sold at
$i 40, $i and 75c, all go at 50c each. Also waists that were
25c at isc and 75c waists at ; oc.
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 Paots that are worth one hundred cents
good, sound money, we are now selling at 49c.
1717 Second Avenue.
Are these prices an inducement for you to assist us in unloading? You know our qualities, the best
in the land and none in Reck Islind qu'te as good those who compared will vouch for this statement
y0 YSAU THE STANDAJUX
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