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THIS AHOUTJ, THUKGDAY, .TUNE 24, 1C37.
n Wa Kay Hava, J
Showers, probably ilk thondar,
this aftrrnnon and tonight; fair Fri
day; allahtlr cooler by Friday morn
ing The temMreture haa nwr&Ilv
C Mm txcti. in Kansas, Oklahoma
Todij's temperature, 78.
0. H. Hen, Observer.
Bynes rents tandemi.
Freik fish at Heat Broa'.
Hjnei sells tennis goods.
Don't miss Adam $1 (ale.
Raid Ad ama ad and ba happj.
Wright A Barber' oxford ean'l be
Crelle A Co., stylsh livery tarn
outs. Three days mora for Adams' 91
Purple ihoat far children at Dolly
Great bargain! in ahoea for 11 at
Children's green iboei, latest style
at Dolly Bros'.
Trimmed hats are going fast at
Byrnes & Co'.
100 bicycle hose, 75 cents. Som
mers & La Velle.
Wright & Barber will meet all cnt
prises en fine shess.
IS bicycle snits going at 11.75.
8ommers & La Velle.
Just bear in mind Wright & Bar
ber will meet all cut pricea.
All low shoes must go regardless
of eoit at Wright & Barber's.
Bicyele hose, one-fourth off the
price, sommers & La Velle.
Hon. William McEuiry has re
turned from his western trip.
Mrs. T. H. Dolly returned last
evening irom a Tim at Chicago.
One-fourth off the price sells the
oioyoie suits. Hommers & La Velle
Get a big refrigerator for a little
money at Holbrook s; sale eloses Sat
urday. Better seenre one cf those trimmed
hats at Byrnea & Co.'s while they are
Don't forget the 20 per cent dir.
connt sale at Holbrock's will close
All trimmed hats at halt price at
ojrnas x to t.
It you desire a fine shoe for $2-40
for the Fourth of July Wright A
Barber can suit you.
Everybody takes one of Hoi brook's
intension tables, they are so cheap;
sato closes Saturday night.
For rubber tired traps and baggies
order ef Cralle A Co. Carriages with
eareful drivers at moderate rates.
Great cut in prices in misses' and
children's colored shoes for the
Fourth cf July trade at Wright &
Don't forget that this is positively
the last week of Holbrook's great dis.
Mrs. A. F. Alexander and daugh
ter. Mabel, of Marion, Iowa, are here
te spend a few weeks with E. C.
Alsxaader, of South Heights, t
Mrs. J. W. Washington left this
morning for St. Paul in response to
the said intelligence it the death ef
her stiter. Miss Gortie Young, aged
Just received another shipment ef
center tables, new stylos, 20 per oent
discount this wiek at Holbrook's
The attendance at school bnildinr
5o. 6 during the past year was 96.11,
instead of 8tf 11, as quoted yester
day, and by the way, it leada all the
buildings in the city at that.
The Ladies' Sowing aoclety of the
First M. E. ohorch will hold lis regu
lar monthly afternoon aoclal on Mra.
J. D. Taylvr'a lawn tomorrow after
noon. All ladlea are invited.
Harry Laffer, theartiat, is engaged
In embellishing thf flmarble steps at
the head of the first landing in the
postoffloe building stairway with the
direotory of tbe upper floors.
Bronzed letters are used.
Runge A Bennett deliver Black
Hawk spring and artesian water
daily. At moderate ratea famillea
may have these pore waters instead
of taking their drinks from the city
mains. Telephone 18 IS.
Tbe Moline Plow oempany haa be
gun the erection of a 4-story build
ing for shop purposes on the com
pany's property In Moline. It will
have dimensions of 110 feet by 130
foet, and will cost f 10,000.
Jndge W. II. Gest haa vacaUd hla
ofllee over the People's Rational
bank and ia now located in the effioe
of Master in Cbanoery Parmenter in
Highest Honere World's Fair,
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
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A Fate Orate Cream ef Tartar Pewter.
.40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
the OOnrt nonaa. tn wMffh Tjmnm t..
has moved his law library.
To see how Holbrook la rnshing
ont furniture and nrrutt, mav,, na
think that good times are here again
na everynoay baa plenty of money.
Don't be the last ou an arat anma ml
the bargains; he teld as the sale
wouia ciose Saturday sure.
Tonight occurs the formal opening
ef the Tower Inn with ra!antina trv
the Tri-City Railway company, and
Manager MoHaph. An immense at-
hlu is promise a. xne enure
building will be thrown open for
li,MAw luBQvuua asu enjoyment.
The Tri-City DrnggiaU' association
has its banquet and meeting at the
Watch Tower Inn thia evening.
George P. Englehard, of Chicago,
who makes an address before the
association. Is at the Harper. He is
accompanied by hla little eon.
The Davenport Cycle Club has
arranged to eondnot a cycle path np
the river read from Davenport to
Le Claire. The Bock Island and
Moline crabs are to be communicated
with, with reference to i fn nrn vf n rr
all the cycling paths in the neigh-
Before yon take advantage of aome
of tbe great bargains being offered
in ahoea just come to our store and
compare workmanship, style and
quality of stock with anything in
the three cities, and we have no fear
but that oar prices will win ont.
J. S. Sexton, one of the organisers
of the Fraternal Tribunes, and Miss
Carrie L. Jobes, of Aledo, were mar
ried at 4 o'clock yesUrday afternoon
at Davenport by Bev. Luce, of the
First Methodist church. Mr. and
Mrs. Sexton are stopping at the Har
Dr. J. W. Morgan, of Moline, is to
deliver the Fourth of July oration at
Schuetzen park, Davenport, in the
oeieorauon 01 tne Workmen's Indus
trial Home association, in place of
George W. Scett, who is unable to
fill the place assigned to him. Dr.
Morgan's subject will be "Independ
ence." There have been numerous anxious
inquiries during the past few days
as to the extant of thn ImnrnnnMnla
in progress on the Milwaukee depot
on j. wenuetn street, some thought
that an entirelv naw ilnnt wnnM
be the result, bat they were laboring
uuuer a misapprenension. j.ne com
pany was just repairing the platform,
SCVaral Dlanks having hnanma an
antiquated that they were about te
Mambar of Soheol Board., ,
Bock Island, June 24. Editor of
ToaAnees: While Dr. E. V. Bar
tholomew is not a politioian, and is
unwilling to canvaas for votes as a
member of the sohool board, he has
promised to perform the duties to
the best of his ability if elected with-
ont effort on his part. Those who
knew him know that his eminent
ability, his experience as a public
school teacher and a nnhlin anhnol
prinoipal, bis thorough knowledge of
wuuunuonai BUMjeois, ana sne con
scientious fidelity with which he per
forms evervthin? he nndertakaa
would make him an eminently de-
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irauia man ior me position. .
A Talaaaia graserla tloa.
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing
ton, Ind., Sun, writes: Ton have a
valuable prescription in Electric
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom-
uicuu ik ior constipation ana sick
headache, and aa a general avatAtn
tonic it has no equal." Mrs. 'Annie
Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove avenue.
vmcago, was ail ran aown, coald
out est nor uigest 100a, naa a Deck
ache which never left her anil fan
tired and weary, but six bottles of
r.iecwriu outers restorea ner neaitn
and renewed her atrenirth. Prion in
cents and II. Get a bottle at Hart
a Ullomeyer'a drag store.
Cascarets Stimulate liver, kldnawa
ou uuwBis never aiaa-an.
or gripe; iu oents.
Carloos National Costom.
"I was so mad," said the vivacious
young American lady, "that I could
bavo catt-n a pound of nails."
Tbe listening Englinhman made a
note in his comrantmlavt bmV !
evening, "Anger Is so wll recognized
as a nervoos complaint in this cofmtry
that tb natives are in the habit of tak
ing Iron to counteraCffit. "-Cincinnati
MIm Agnes Scheeokloth.
Carl E. Krt,k
Mim Nalhiie Anderson..
William W. Hover
Mm. Naomi i. Hawkins....
M Im Ursee Thompson
Andrew U. Ertckson
Josephine J oh woo
Mb A nnia Pinion
Le Claire, Iowa
Le Claire. Iowa
Cascarete Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please bay and try a box
oiuu. t. toaay; 10, u, bO cents.
Sold and guaranteed to care by all
Bava Van Ba ska Osta?
If von hava tar mmhahlw aaad
reliable medicine like Folaw'a Honev
and Tar to heal wnnr lnnn and atnn
the racking eongh Incidental to thia
Ai .V i j i . .
uiaoaa. auiu ny am. m. nennam ana
X. U. Thomas, drnggisu.
Jast trr n 10 eeatboxof nmaeareU.
the flnaat Uver and bowel regain tor
physically perfect' and
beautiful because they
man who suffers from
ill -health cannot' be
not be beau
tiful and wo
all forms of
have their in
dosordars of the dieestion. When the
digestion ia bad the blood becomes im-
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pure, ana is unpenecuy snppiieu ami
the food - elements that build up new
and healthy tissues, and , tear down,
and carry away those that are inert ana
half-dead. The nerves are not rebuilt
from day to day with new, vigorous,
active fibers. Every organ, tissue, mus
cle and nerve in the body is half famished
for healthy nutriment. Almost any dis
ease in the category of human ilia maybe
the result of this condition. Most fre
quently it is the most deadly of disorders
consumption. Sometimes it is some
other wasting disease. Afjain, it may be
scrofula or some skin disease.
There is a sure preventive and remedy
for these conditions and maladies. It is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It corrects all disorders of the digestion.
Tt tvatntva the lost A failing auoetite and
invigorates the liver. It fills the arteries
. . . . . . r , .
witn the pure, ncn, rea Diooa oi uraun.
It builds new, firm flesh, healthy, active
nerve fibers, and strong elastic muscles.
It cures oti per cent, of all cases ot con
sumption, and wasting diseases. It dares
nervous prostration, .uruggisu sen u.
Tne man who Is too lair or neglectful to take
an occasional dose of medicine to .ward off the
evil effects of cotutipation diatrrta to die. And
be will surely get his deserts, for constipation is
the first cause of much sickness. , lr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets core constipation, i nry never
gripe, une little " i-euei is a gentic laxative,
and two a mild cathartic All good druggists
sell menu no otner puis are as good.
A nice line to select
a Sunday dinner from.
Everything fresh and '
And when it shows
signs of Irregularity
take it to
Woltman, lie Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
in repairing at reason- -able
1806 Second Are
aW VJl 1 I I mli T W. -
ej FRUITS L
J Strawberries, Blackberries,
Jj Blssberrles, Gooseberries, W
J VEGETABLES L
J Cnenm'iWta, Tomatoes, C
4 Bununer Sqnash, Cauliflower, W
M Lettuce, Spinach, h
J Kew Potatoes, New Pass, f
J Asparagos, Rt dishes, W
e Onions. m
j Dressed Chiokena. S
4 Dairy Butter 12c. W
1717 Second Avenue. -
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DODD'3 Ad jnsUble Sliding
Window Screens, Soreen
. Doora Soreen Wire, Ioe
Cream Freezers, Qnlck Meal
Gasoline Stores, Bine Flame
Oil Stoves, Leonard Cleana
A large assortment ' always on
H15-1617 SECOND AVESUX.
A LIFE SAVER
TO THE THIRSTY
And a boon to all those re
quiring a refreshing, delic
ious stimulant, when tired
from shopping or other
duties is the exquisitely con
cocted cold, sparkling glass
SODA - WATER
Got at K.RELL & MATH'S.
Pare frait j a ices,
Wild Cherry, Egg Nog,
Or any tempting and refresh
ing flavor yon wish.
Krell & Math's
No. 1716-1718 Second Are.
We want yoar Ice Cream
order when yon get ready to
treat yoar friends.
Special sale you Intend having, says an ebnomlcal purchaser, who alwayj keeps
announcements, knowing that when M. & K. simply breathe of a special sale
money, and lots of it.
OHow wonld you like nice
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aoo. a.u qaauues we are snowing at sneie prices you win una
at least a little better than other dealers are showing at the
Negligee shirts, soft and laundried, at 29o. 48c and op to 91.
Best values you ever saw at the nrice. They'll bear comparison.
Boys9 Straw Hats.
Boys' straw hats at 19c, J9c and 89c The 19o haU are tit
quality, the 29c are 40c quality, and S9c haU axe 60c quality.
Stores . .
11M17 West Second Street.
Gigantic Shoe and Oxford Sale.
To reduce Stock quick, we offer seasonable Shoes and
and sizes, at prices to move 'em quick. Bought cheap
Several regular linea of Oxfords, all
pat in at the one prioe, (worth
1.60 and 1.76) closing price. . . .
UEfl'S SHOES A
what $ 1 will buvi
Ladies1 hand-aewed Oxfords,
either black or tan, reg
ular 11.60 and tl.66 j
Ladles' kid lace, new C f
coin toe, 91.60 grade. avll
Ladies' kid button 4-7
shoes, all aizes leV
Hisses' tan batten T i
11.60 grade for. ei1
Misses' tan lace, 11.60 4
Children's shoes In black
and tan, tl 26 and 91.60
grades go in this sale Ct f
for 91 per pair
A few 91.60 misses'
oxfords go for vl
ATTEND THE GREAT
DOLLAR SALE THIS
summer underwear at 25c, S6e and
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sV aa kJ
All Ladiea1 Chocolate Kid Shoes,
Hc&ay eewea, lace and button.
IN MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S LINES.
?GwWt' "eol,lf, "win w.60. $2 CO
CtlAMAl DAeKfAasifi 2 OlaM 1 V
il n.M IVA IMS .AllllMv V
nrwvvatsa QVasSS ata UtAAV VU S
Now is the time to buy and save money.
Piicen low on everything.
aAUiaa' unnnnlata Ilrlorda. nalv
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, only : : : : 1 Sfe
Ladles' Blaok Button Sheee. only : : : : 89e
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel. 6 to 8. at : : 68e
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 6 to 8, at s Me
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. to 11, at t s 69c
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, 9 to 11, at t t t 69e
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, 6 to 8, at t 1 0e
Infants Chocolate Shoes, no heel, S to 6, at t t t 40o
Infants Dongola Shoes, no heel, S to 6, at t : 1 j SOe
Little Boys' Chooolate Lace Shoes, spring heel, 10 te IS, at We
We are the greatest bargain givers In
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1 501 Fourth Avenue.
Order one of our beautiful
Men's Tan Shoes.
Men's tan shoes, splendid quality. 1.47. These shoes
old at 92 and hare marked them now $1 47 that ought to be
All small ots ia children's suits at greatly reduced prices.
Have you seen the splendid shirt waieta we are selling at S8c
Ton eaa always Bed special barfains la every department ia
either of our stores. Bock Island or Davenport.
1729 Second Ave:, 116-120 Eighteenth St,
Oxfords, in all ' odd lots
for cash, and are going
1- jnoeoiate tuo. Shoes,
eewed, lace and button, -a aa. -
an eye on our special
it means the saving of